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Weekend • April 27-28, 2019 • XIX, Edition 211 www.smdailyjournal.com

Outlook for the US economy


and stock market brightens
By Christopher Rugaber Inside The latest dose growing view among many ana-
and Stan Choe of encouragement lysts that the economy faces little
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Stocks close came in a report risk of slipping into a recession
higher as S&P Friday that the anytime soon as some had feared
500, Nasdaq hit
WASHINGTON — The worries new highs U. S. economy when the year began. Retail sales
that hung ominously over the U.S. See page 10
grew much faster jumped in March. And with hiring
economy early this year appear to than expected in solid and wages rising at a decent
have lifted. And that sunnier pic- the January- pace, consumer spending will
ture has helped bolster confidence March quarter, suggesting that the likely strengthen in the coming
in the stock market — driving the nearly decadelong expansion still months.
benchmark S&P 500 index to has a ways to go. REUTERS
another record high Friday. Other recent signs have fed a See ECONOMY, Page 12 Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange.

Caltrain aims
for a new tax
Transit agency looking to place
three-county measure on ballot
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Caltrain officials are planning


to place either a one-eighth or
quarter-cent sales tax on the bal-
lots of the three counties served by
the railroad in 2020, and an addi-
tional Bay Areawide “mega meas-
ure” for transportation could also
be on the ballot that year.
Cherilyn Yu, left, and Chris Sung jump with excitement after winning the Newton division playoffs. Below: The That measure is still very much
Iron Panthers gather for a team photo with their robot on the Einstein field after winning. in the early stages of being devel-
oped and it has not yet been decid-

Burlingame High School If passed, a new Caltrain tax will


likely span 30 years and provide
between $100 million and $200
ed if it will be a sales tax or some
other form of taxation, what
exactly it will fund or whether it
will be combined with the afore-

claims robotics crown million annually depending on


whether the eighth-cent or quarter-
cent tax is selected.
mentioned sales tax for Caltrain. 
See TAX, Page 12

Team cites collaboration as key component to success


By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Spreading word about
The underdog Iron Panthers
bounded beyond the competition
work on the border
as students from Burlingame High
School won the team title at the
Sister Norma Pimentel to share
global robotics competition,
upsetting last year’s champion.
work on Texas border with Mexico
The team comprised of dozens of By Anna Schuessler ing thousands
Burlingame High School students DAILY JOURNAL STAFF hoping to cross
celebrated the victory at an event the border.
last weekend with nearly 15,000 Moved by news reports of fami- Equipped with
fellow engineering and technolo- lies seeking entry into the United pounds of
gy enthusiasts in Houston. States and being separated at the donated clothes
In an alliance with other nation’s border with Mexico, a and boxes of
California teams, the Iron group of concerned San Mateo supplies, the
Panthers earned the title at the County residents traveled to group traveled
FIRST Robotics Competition, McAllen and Brownsville, Texas Norma thousands of
where team members outperformed last June to visit the processing Pimentel miles to a
centers and detention centers hold-
See CROWN, Page 31 See NORMA, Page 23
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Thought for the Day


“The newest computer can
merely compound, at speed, the oldest problem
in the relations between human beings, and in
the end the communicator will be confronted with
the old problem, of what to say and how to say it.”
— Edward R. Murrow

This Day in History


51 construction workers plunged to

1978 their deaths when a scaffold inside a


cooling tower at the Pleasants Power
Station site in West Virginia fell 168
feet to the ground.
In 1 5 2 1 , Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan was killed
by natives in the Philippines.
In 1 7 9 1 , the inventor of the telegraph, Samuel Morse, was
born in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
In 1 8 6 5 , the steamer Sultana, carrying freed Union prisoners
of war, exploded on the Mississippi River near Memphis,
Tennessee; death toll estimates vary from 1,500 to 2,000.
In 1 9 4 1 , German forces occupied Athens during World War
II.
In 1 9 5 0 , Britain formally recognized the state of Israel.
In 1 9 6 5 , broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow died in
Pawling, New York, two days after turning 57.
In 1 9 6 8 , Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey declared his REUTERS
candidacy for the Democratic nomination for president, less Sculptures by French artist Daniel Hourde are displayed in his studio, a few steps from Notre-Dame Cathedral, a source of
than a month after President Lyndon B. Johnson said he would inspiration in Paris.
not run for re-election. Hulk” (1978-1982). wanted to remake the Flash Gordon
In 1 9 7 8 , convicted Watergate defendant John D. Ehrlichman *** movie serials from the 1930s into a
was released from an Arizona prison after serving 18 months. Aquaman was abandoned as a baby. He feature length movie. The rights to the
In 1 9 8 2 , the trial of John W. Hinckley Jr., who shot four was born with blonde hair, which was comic book character were not avail-
people, including President Ronald Reagan, began in believed to signify the Curse of able, so he went on to make “Star
Washington. (The trial ended with Hinckley’s acquittal by rea- Kordax. The baby was rescued and Wars” (1977) which had many influ-
son of insanity.) raised by a lighthouse keeper. ences from Flash Gordon.
In 1 9 9 2 , the new Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was pro- *** ***
claimed in Belgrade by the republic of Serbia and its lone ally, When radio reporter Billy Batson The original Doom Patrol was made up
Montenegro. shouted “SHAZAM!, ” he became of Robotman (a human brain in a
Captain Marvel, a superhero with the robotic body), Negative Man (he had a
powers of several Roman gods.
Birthdays ***
radioactive body) and Elasti-Girl (she

S
cientist Barry Allen was struck by could grow and shrink). They were led
lightning while working in his The Green Hornet debuted in a 1936 by The Chief, a genius paraplegic that
lab. He was splashed with chemi- radio series on WXYZ radio in Detroit. protected the innocent with his team
cals that gave him super-speed. He The radio program ran until 1952. of crime fighters.
became The Flash. *** ***
The Atom, also known as the Mighty The Doom Patrol series ended very dra-
***
Mite, can shrink himself and his matically. The team was killed off in a
An ongoing question about who was clothing to microscopic size.
faster — Superman or The Flash — was 1968 comic book.
*** ***
solved in the 1970 DC Comic Book Psychologist William Moulton
No. 198. In that issue, Superman and Marston (1893-1947) created Wonder Captain America was a patriotic super-
Actor James Le Rock singer, Actress Jenna The Flash raced around the universe. Woman. He also invented an early hero during World War II. His usual
Gros is 57. musician Patrick Coleman is 33. Flash won. form of the lie detector polygraph test. enemies were Nazis and Japanese
Stump is 35. *** *** troops.
Actress Anouk Aimee is 87. Rock musician Jim Keltner is The Silver Surfer absorbs life-main- Douglas Fairbanks Sr. (1883-1939) ***
77. Rock singer Kate Pierson (The B-52’s) is 71. Rhythm- taining cosmic energy directly starred as the swashbuckling hero in The Ant-Man’s girlfriend was The
and-blues singer Herbie Murrell (The Stylistics) is 70. Actor through his silver skin. He does not the 1920 silent film “The Mark of Wasp.
Douglas Sheehan is 70. Rock musician Ace Frehley is 68. need to eat, breathe or sleep. Zorro. ” The same year, he married
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice is 68. Pop singer Sheena *** Hollywood sweetheart Mary Pickford
Easton is 60. Rock musician Rob Squires (Big Head Todd and Bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno (born 1952) (1892-1979). The famous couple was Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
the weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
the Monsters) is 54. Singer Mica Paris is 50. Sen. Cory stands 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighed regarded as “Hollywood Royalty.” Questions? Comments? Email
Booker, D-N.J., is 50. Actor David Lascher is 47. Actress 300 pounds when he starred as the Hulk *** knowitall(at)smdailyjournal.com or call 344-
on the television show “The Incredible Filmmaker George Lucas (born 1944) 5200 ext. 128.
Maura West is 47. Actress Sally Hawkins is 43. Rock singer
Jim James (My Morning Jacket) is 41. Rock musician Patrick
Hallahan (My Morning Jacket) is 41. Rock singer-musician
Travis Meeks (Days of the New) is 40. Neo-soul musician
Joseph Pope III (Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats) is 40.
Country musician John Osborne (Brothers Osborne) is 37.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
April 24 Powerball Fantasy Five
Unscramble these Jumbles, Saturday : Partly cloudy. Highs in the 60s
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 6 32 35 36 65 4 2 16 27 30 33 to lower 70s.


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Daily Four cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in


April 26 Mega Millions the 50s to upper 60s.
9 17 23 30 46 10 9 4 2 3 Sunday Ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in
Mega number
Daily three midday the lower 50s. Highs in the 50s to upper
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Mega number

VCNASA 3 5 0 the 60s to lower 70s.


Wednes day Ni g ht: Mostly clear in the evening.
The Daily Derby race winners are Lucky Charms, No. then becoming mostly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s.
12, in first place; Eureka, No. 7, in second place; and Thurs day : Mostly cloudy in the morning then becoming
Gold Rush, No. 1, in third place. The race time was partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 50s to lower 70s.
TVICEA clocked at 1:45.91. Thurs day Ni g ht: Partly cloudy.
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Three years prison for drug convictions Police reports
Grounds for removal
Boyfriend of woman shot dead pleaded no contest Someone was disturbing others at a
Starbucks on Grand Avenue in South
San Francisco, it was reported at 7:33
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT cocaine, 861 grams of side-swiping his car in the parking lot of a a.m. Monday, April 15.
illegal mushrooms and Half Moon Bay Burger King May 15. In an
The boyfriend of a woman found in 201 ounces of marijuana unrelated incident July 8, he allegedly
February of 2018 with a gunshot wound to along with four digital yelled at a man who was walking past his REDWOOD CITY
the head in Half Moon Bay was sentenced to scales, $1,508 in cash, home with a friend and later came out with a
three years in state prison Friday months brass knuckles and sales black Glock handgun and pointed it at the Di s turbance. A group of men were shoot-
after he pleaded no contest to possession of records after a narcotics man after he said he didn’t know Cecil and ing paintballs at the Dodge street sign on
cocaine and other drugs for sale in task force and Redwood didn’t want to know him. Cecil is also Dodge Drive, it was reported at 9:47 p.m.
December, according to the San Mateo City police officers con- believed to have shattered the driver’s seat Saturday, April 20.
County District Attorney’s Office. window of his girlfriend’s car June 24 by Di s turbance. Two men were fishing ille-
Tristan Cecil ducted a search of his gally on the dock on Eddystone Court, it
Tristan Cecil, 22, had been transferred to home on the 200 block kicking the car door several times while she
San Quentin State Prison for a 90-day diag- of Poplar Street later that day, according to was sitting in the driver’s seat, according to was reported at 1:57 a.m. Saturday, April
nostic study after he pleaded to two sets of prosecutors. prosecutors. 20.
drug charges Dec. 10. Cecil was found with Found with a single gunshot wound to her DUI. A man was vomiting out of a car win-
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said dow after drinking a beer while driving on
1,450 separately-packaged Xanax pills, 33 head when deputies responded to Cecil’s previously judges may opt to send defen- Broadway, it was reported at 12:03 p.m.
grams of cocaine and 33 grams of ethyl- home on Poplar Street at about 5 a.m. Feb. dants to prison to do a diagnostic study if Friday, April 19.
pentylone packaged into 29 baggies in July 22, Quiroz spent days before her death in they are weighing whether to sentence them Di s turbance. Someone punched the side
while he was out of custody on another set critical condition after being taken by med- to state prison or keep them on probation. mirror of a vehicle on Broadway, it was
of drug charges related to a February of 2018 ical helicopter to a nearby hospital, sher- Judge Stephanie Garratt denied Cecil proba- reported at 5:59 p.m. Thursday, April 18.
search of his home, according to prosecu- iff’s officials said previously. tion and sentenced him to three years in Di s turbance. A man was lying on a grass
tors. Alongside two sets of drug possession state prison Friday. Cecil will receive 397 area and exposing himself on Wellesley
Believed to have reported the Feb. 22, charges, Cecil previously faced charges of days credit for time served, according to Crescent Circle, it was reported at 4:49
2018, shooting of his 18-year-old girl- felony threats for allegedly telling a man he prosecutors. p.m. Wednesday, April 17.
friend, Kimberly Quiroz, Cecil was found in tailgated and passed on the shoulder of
possession of thousands of Xanax pills, Highway 1 that he would stab him before Cecil’s defense attorney Jeff Hayden could
hundreds of Adderall pills, 7 ounces of not be immediately reached for comment. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Petty theft. Someone stole items at Jack
be walking into an organization that is in the Box on S. Spruce Ave, it was report-
Convention and Visitors Local brief already running smoothly, adding a hote- ed at 8:37 a.m. Tuesday, April 16.
Bureau names new CEO member and has years of experience in the lier’s perspective to the mix.” B urg l ary . Burglary was reported at
John Hutar has been named the new CEO LeClair had tremendous praise for John. Dunkin’ Donuts on South Airport
hospitality industry. Most recently, he was Boulevard, it was reported at 8:42 p.m.
of the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley the general manager of Dinah’s Garden in “I can’t think of a better person to take
Convention and Visitors over the CVB,” she said. “John’s expertise Monday, April 15.
Palo Alto. Prior to that, John was GM of the Fi rewo rks . Someone set off fireworks on
Bureau to replace Anne W Hotel in San Francisco and GM of the and diplomatic personality will be great
LeClair, who is retiring assets to the Bureau. I’ll leave confident Leo Court, it was reported at 9:17 p.m.
Hotel Sofitel in Redwood City (now The Monday, April 15.
and leaving the area after Pullman). that the organization is in great hands.”
19 years, it was “John’s familiarity with the Bureau, our
announced Friday. beautiful area, our tourism business
Hutar is set to take over improvement district and the hotel business
May 29. He has served as make him a natural to lead our Bureau into
a past chair of the bureau, the future,” said Mitch Postel, president of
as well as an executive the San Mateo County Historical
John Hutar committee and board Association and chair of the bureau. “He’ll
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California’s program
aims to help inmates,
brings more escapes
By Don Thompson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SACRAMENTO — California’s attempt to ease inmates


back into the community is coming at a price: more prison-
ers, some with violent convictions, walking away before
their time is up.
Fifty of the state’s more than 126,000 prisoners abscond-
ed last year, almost half of them from a program that allows
male inmates to serve the final year of their sentences in
community centers to get help with substance abuse, men-
tal and other health issues, jobs, education, housing, fami-
ly reunification and social support.
While most were quickly recaptured, that’s nearly double
the number from 2014, the year before the “re-entry” initia-
tive started.
Also, while the program excludes known gang members,
sex offenders and those deemed at high risk of committing
violence, others with violent histories are allowed.
Authorities say a veteran deliberately drove into a group of pedestrians because he thought some of the people were Muslim. An Associated Press review of the Corrections
Department-run program, which has about 600 inmates,

Police: Vet drove into people found some of last year’s 24 walkaways were serving time
for weapons offenses, including an armed attempted car-
jacking and injuring a spouse. Convictions for others
included robberies, false imprisonment with violence and

thinking they were Muslim extortion using force or threat.


The upswing in walkaways has victims’ advocates con-
cerned and corrections officials trying to identify factors
that may be prompting inmates to leave mere months
By Janie Har said Friday that the prison. He said they will file hate
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS crash was in no way crime allegations if warranted. before they are set to be paroled.
deliberate. “There is very appalling and disturb- “Oh my gosh, that’s a lot,” Crime Victims Action
Smith said after ing evidence that at least one or two of Alliance executive director Christine Ward said of the over-
SAN FRANCISCO — An Iraq War
the hearing that these victims were targeted based on all number.
veteran deliberately drove into a group
of pedestrians because he thought they do not dispute the defendant’s view of what their race
what happened, but or religion may have been,” he said.
some of the people were Muslim,
California authorities said Friday. that his client’s Three adults also remain hospital- More than 1,000 quarantined in
Isaiah Joel Peoples, 34, faces eight mental state is the ized with injuries that include broken
counts of attempted murder for injur-
ing eight people, including four who
Isaiah Peoples issue.
“He served our
limbs.
Peoples showed no remorse after his
measles scare at LA universities
By John Rogers
remain hospitalized. The most seri- country, honorably and admirably, and car plowed at high speed into a group
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ously injured is a 13-year-old he’s led an otherwise blameless life,” of people in a crosswalk before hitting
Sunnyvale girl of South Asian descent Smith said, “So there’s no explanation a tree, Ngo said.
for this other than his service, the Witness Don Draper said he marched LOS ANGELES — More than 1,000 students and staff
who is in a coma with severe brain
things he saw and what happened to over to Peoples’ car after he crashed, members at two Los Angeles universities were quarantined
trauma.
him mentally while serving our coun- and he found the driver muttering over on campus or sent home this week in one of the most
“New evidence shows that the defen-
try.” and over, “Thank you, Jesus. Thank sweeping efforts yet by public health authorities to contain
dant intentionally targeted the victims
Peoples was on his way to a Bible you, Jesus.” the spread of measles in the U.S., where cases have reached
based on their race and his belief that
class Tuesday in the Silicon Valley But Ngo said that “he did not behave a 25-year high .
they were of the Muslim faith, ”
suburb of Sunnyvale when he told in any manner that would be consid- By Friday afternoon, two days after Los Angeles County
Sunnyvale police chief Phan Ngo said.
investigators he intentionally drove ered bizarre,” when taken into custody. ordered the precautions, about 325 of those affected had
Peoples appeared briefly in Santa
into a group of men, women and chil- Family and friends described Peoples been cleared to return after proving their immunity to the
Clara County Superior Court on Friday.
dren, police said. The 13-year-old girl as quiet and polite and expressed shock disease, through either medical records or tests, health offi-
He did not enter a plea and is being
was hit along with her father and at his involvement. His mother, cials said.
held without bail.
brother, who had minor injuries. Leevell Peoples of Sacramento, said The action at the University of University of California,
The former U.S. Army sharpshooter
Jay Boyarsky, chief assistant dis- her son had “a bad episode” with PTSD Los Angeles, and California State University, Los Angeles
experienced post-traumatic stress dis-
trict attorney for Santa Clara, said the in 2015, for which he was hospital- — which together have more than 65,000 students —
order after serving in Iraq, his family
charges carry a sentence of life in ized. reflected the seriousness with which public health officials
said. Peoples’ attorney, Chuck Smith,
are taking the nation’s outbreak.
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At least six more Local briefs


months for Skyline sinkhole 60 hours of public serv-
Only one lane of Skyline Boulevard has ice work by Judge Donald
been open to traffic since March because of Ayoob, according to
a sinkhole and the entire road may not be prosecutors.
repaired until 2020, a Caltrans official said. On Dec. 3, 2017,
The plan is to construct a retaining wall at Kropp is believed to
the site of the sinkhole, which Caltrans have pushed a 61-year-
spokesman Jeff Weiss described as a “per- old woman in the chest
manent solution. ” The design phase is and pulled her out of a car
expected to wrap up by June and then the
project will be put out to bid, he said. Marcus Kropp after she filmed him
swinging at her husband
Considering the difficulties of working at with a 2-by-4. He is said to have grabbed the
the wooded, sloping site, Weiss said con- board like a baseball bat after the neighbors
struction could take six months or longer. got into a verbal dispute and swung it at the
“We hope this isn’t the case, but we want 67-year-old man, who backed up and
to prepare people that it has been the case blocked it with his hands. Kropp then
with similar projects,” he said. “But it slapped a phone out of the hands of the
could be done by fall if everything goes man’s wife, who was filming the incident
well.” from a car, according to prosecutors.
The retaining wall requires custom parts Kropp is said to have dragged the woman
— another reason why it takes to long to out of the vehicle and thrown her to the
construct, Weiss said.  A formal search occurred with members from the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Marine
ground, breaking her fibula. He later threw Unit, the Pillar Point Harbor Patrol and the United States Coast Guard Air Unit.
The road had closed for more than a month her phone over a fence, according to prose-
after a sinkhole developed early February cutors. vehicle parts, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit, the
following heavy rains. Since late March, District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said County Sheriff’s Office. Pillar Point Harbor Patrol and the United
one lane has been open with traffic control, Kropp’s admission to the Pathways mental Deputies were dispatched at 11:45 p.m. States Coast Guard Air Unit. Numerous vehi-
which will remain in place until the road is health program is indicative of a new April 25 to Highway 1 near the La cle parts from a 2009-10 Toyota Camry were
completely repaired. approach criminal justice officials are tak- Costanera Restaurant after receiving a located in the water, but neither the driver
ing with regard to those with significant report of a reckless driver. The driver of a red nor the vehicle itself were found, according
Man behind assault over parking mental health conditions. sedan was seen heading north on Highway 1 to the Sheriff’s Office. 
dispute gets treatment, probation “Instead of locking them up, we’re get- when the vehicle swerved toward a witness’ Around the same time the collision was
ting them treatment, counseling and psy- car traveling south. The witness then saw initially reported, the San Jose Police
A 25-year-old Redwood City man who the red car drive off the cliff somewhere Department notified the Sheriff’s Office that
chiatric care,” he said.
pleaded no contest to felony assault related between the restaurant and the Tom Lantos they were searching for a missing San Jose
Kropp’s defense attorney Raymond
to a parking dispute that left a 61-year-old Tunnels, according to the Sheriff’s Office.  man who was last seen driving a 2010 red
Buenaventura could not be immediately
woman with a broken bone in her leg in Deputies searched the coastline and locat- Toyota Camry and was possibly near
reached for comment.
2017 was admitted into a mental health ed a collision site north of Montara State Montara based on information received
treatment program and sentenced to three Police searching for Beach. There were fresh scrapes in the from the family and cellphone data. It has
years probation Friday, according to the ground in an area overlooking a cliff and not been confirmed if the missing person is
San Mateo County District Attorney’s motorist who drove off cliff deputies also found the undercarriage panel the same person who drove off the cliff,
Office. First responders are searching for the from a sedan, according to the Sheriff’s according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Out of custody on a $50,000 bail bond, driver of a vehicle that plunged off a cliff Office. Anyone who might have information is
Marcus Kropp was also required to complete and into the ocean near Montara Thursday, On April 26 after sunrise, a formal search encouraged to contact the Sheriff’s Office’s
32 hours of anger management training and and have so far only been able to locate occurred with members from the San Mateo anonymous tip line at (800) 547-2700.

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Compact is a nonprofit which recognizes held Thursday, May 9, when more than life for communities around the globe.
excellence in higher education. As part of 280 students will receive nearly ***
her fellowship, Bonner will focus on per- $250, 000 in scholarship money. The cer- The state De p art me n t o f Educ at i o n
sonal, professional and civic develop- emony will be held 5 p. m. , in Building 1 granted the county Of f i c e o f Educ at i o n
ment. at 3300 College Drive, San Bruno. a Gre e n Ri b b o n Award for the office’s
*** *** efforts to promote resource efficiency,
Je n n i f e r Tay l o r- Me n do z a, v i ce S an Mat e o Hi g h S c h o o l placed 10th health and wellness as well as environ-
p res i den t o f i n s t ruct i o n at S k y l i n e and 20th in the national math contests, mental and sustainable education.
Co l l e g e , was s el ect ed t o j o i n t h e according to outcomes in ciphering time ***
Fe l l o ws h i p f o r Co mmun i t y Co l l e g e trials and four-by-four competitions. Emma B e l l i n o , of El Granada, was
Ex c e l l e n c e , by the As p e n In s t i t ut e , An dy Fan g had the highest ciphering named to the dean’s list at Farl e i g h
which is focused on developing the skills score and a team of May an k Pat i l , Di c k i n s o n Un i v e rs i t y .
of modern educators. As part of her fel- B ri an Zh o n g , Wi l l i am Di n g an d
lowship, Taylor-Mendoz will work with S e an Xi o n g had the highest score at the
school on the four-by-four competition.   Class notes is a column dedicated to school
*** news. It is compiled by education reporter
Obituary Austin Walsh. You can contact him at (650) 344-
Cal i s t a Huan g , o f Nue v a Hi g h 5200, ext. 105 or at austin@smdailyjournal.com.
Eileen King Murray Behling
December 4, 1924 - April 19, 2019 Obituary
The eldest of three children born to Edmund and Catherine Philip John Fox
King, Eileen lived a full life filled with family and a strong
March 10, 1941 – April 13, 2019
faith. She grew up in San Mateo and as a young woman was
an accomplished equestrian. She graduated from Dominican Philip John Fox passed away on April 13th at the age of
University with a degree in Economics. She, with her 78. Born in Easton, PA, to John and Marjorie Fox, he was a
husband, Joseph Murray (Millbrae Murray Hardware), raised 9th generation Pennsylvanian. He studied Civil Engineering
at Lafayette College and continued his education at Harvard
five children in Millbrae and Burlingame. After the youngest Business School. Phil came to San Francisco on a consulting
went off to school, she got her teaching credential and spent assignment in ‘67, fell in love with the city, and never left.
25 years teaching in the Millbrae school district. Eileen traveled extensively, was an Phil’s career spanned 43 years including consulting, small
avid reader and bridge player. She swam with dolphins and parasailed in her 80’s. She business, and investment management--always with an entrepreneurial flair for
enjoyed knitting and needlepoint and the grandchildren have blankets and Christmas new ideas and products. After he retired, he continued to be captivated by financial
stockings to cherish. She volunteered with the Assistance League and was active in markets, even talking about his favorite stock picks in his final days. Outside of work,
her parish. She gathered her family every year for Christmas dinner and reunions at he delighted in the pursuits of his children, was an avid reader and even penned a
Lake Tahoe every summer. few books himself, became an accomplished golfer as a nearly 50-year member of
Eileen lived as a widow for 10 years and then met Dr. Ralph Behling. They the Olympic Club, enjoyed sunny days at the Ann Curtis Swim Club and on trips
to Hawaii with his family, captured a number of Bridge master points, and took up
married and spent 16 wonderful years together. She was loved by his 5 children and ballroom dancing in his later years. He will be sorely missed.
their spouses. Eileen is survived by her children, Mark (Joan) of Seattle, Michaela, Phil’s four children brought him great joy. He is survived by daughters Alison
Joan Ruth (Fred), Martha of Bend, and Maryanne, along with 13 grandchildren, 7 Mazzola (Simon), Kari Sontag (Michael), and Alexandra Fox, and son Kevin Fox.
great-grandchildren and another on the way. She is also survived by her brother, He leaves grandchildren Michael, Lily, and Henry. Phil encouraged his children to
Edmund Thomas (Tom) King, II. Joan King O.P. of San Rafael, and several nieces strive for academic and professional success, but not take life too seriously. They
and nephews. remember fondly his “dad-isms,” such as, “have a positive attitude and a sense of
Special thanks to her caregiver, Kalisi Vailea, and the staff at The Trousdale where humor.” His final wish was that his children would all love and care for each other.
she lived for just a few months. There will be a memorial mass at Our Lady of Angels Phil is also survived by his sister Susan Bedell, his brother Douglas Fox (Rhonnie),
in Burlingame on Wednesday, May 1st at 1:30 p.m. Donations can be made to her and the mothers of his children, Anadel Fox and Maureen Fox.
A reception to celebrate his life is scheduled for May 5, 2019 at the clubhouse of
parish, Our Lady of Angels, The Assistance League, or the retirement fund for the the Presidio Golf & Concordia Club at 3 PM. In lieu of flowers, the family requests
Dominican sisters in San Rafael. that donations be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
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Trump tells NRA he’s withdrawing from arms trade treaty
By Jill Colvin and Lisa Marie Pane no treaty can override the Constitution or
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. laws. The treaty is aimed at cracking
down on illicit trading in small arms, thereby
INDIANAPOLIS — In a largely symbolic curbing violence in some of the most trou-
gesture to a group that helped him win the bled corners of the world.
White House, President Donald Trump said It was the first legally binding treaty to reg-
Friday he is pulling the U.S. back from an ulate the international trade in conventional
international agreement on the arms trade, arms and was overwhelmingly approved by
telling the National Rifle Association the the 193-member U.N. General Assembly in
treaty is “badly misguided.” April 2013. It has been ratified by 101 coun-
Trump made the announcement at the NRA’s tries — but key arms exporters including
annual convention, where he vowed to fight Russia and China and major importers such as
for gun rights and implored members of the India and Egypt have given no indication that
nation’s largest pro-gun group — struggling they will sign it.
to maintain its influence — to rally behind Advocates of tighter gun restrictions and
his re-election bid. those who had helped negotiate the treaty
“It’s under assault,” he said of the constitu- denounced Trump’s decision Friday.
tional right to bear arms. “But not while we’re Kris Brown, president of the Brady organi-
here.” zation, said will “only embolden terrorists
With pro-gun legislation largely stalled in and other dangerous actors around the world.”
Congress and few deliverables during Trump’s And Rachel Stohl, managing director of the
term so far, the president told the group that Stimson Center and a consultant to the treaty
he would be revoking the United States’ status negotiations, said: “By turning its back on
as a signatory of the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty, REUTERS multilateral diplomacy yet again, the United
which regulates the multibillion-dollar glob- Donald Trump tosses a pen to the crowd after signing an executive order as he announces States is disregarding global norms and
al arms trade in conventional weapons, from that the United States will drop out of the Arms Trade Treaty signed during the Obama allowing nefarious actors to trade weapons
small arms to battle tanks, combat aircraft administration during a speech at the National Rifle Association-Institute for Legislative with impunity.”
and warships. Action’s 48th annual meeting in Indianapolis, Ind. Yet Trump’s showy rejection of the agree-
President Barack Obama signed the pact, Amendment freedom.” divided and diminished. And it represents just ment from the stage has limited effect because
which has long been opposed by the NRA, in “I hope you’re happy,” he told the group, the latest in a series of withdrawals from it has been unlikely all along that he would
2013. But it has never been ratified by U.S. then appeared surprised by the cheers. “I’m international pacts and organizations joined send the treaty to the Senate for ratification.
lawmakers. impressed,” he said. “I didn’t think too many by previous administrations, like the Paris At the United Nations, spokesman
“Under my administration, we will never of you would really know what it is.” climate accord and the Iran nuclear deal. Stephane Dujarric called the treaty “a land-
surrender American sovereignty to anyone,” His move against the treaty came as Trump Gun activists had denounced the treaty mark achievement in the efforts to ensure
Trump said, before signing a document on sought to excite an organization that was when it was under negotiation as an infringe- responsibility in international arms trans-
stage directing the Senate to halt the ratifica- pivotal to his victory in 2016 but, three years ment of civilian firearm ownership, despite fers” and particularly important at a time of
tion process. “We will never allow foreign later, is limping toward the next election the well-enshrined legal principle that says renewed interest in expanding weapons arse-
diplomats to trample on your Second nals.

Trump confident US-Japan trade deal can be reached ‘quickly’


By Darlene Superville play in the Oval Office didn’t mask their dif- Trump plans to travel to Japan in late May Trump said earlier Friday that progress is
and Dev Riechmann ferences over trade. Trump complained with the first lady for a state visit to meet being made.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS about Japan’s tariffs on U.S. agricultural the country’s new emperor. “I have a great relationship with Kim
products while Abe aired his frustrations In their talks Friday, the two leaders were Jong Un,” Trump told reporters. He said he
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump with U.S. levies on Japanese automobiles. also expected to discuss North Korea’s appreciated help on the issue from Russia
expressed confidence Friday that a bilateral Trump has slapped tariffs on steel and alu- nuclear program and efforts by the U.S. and and China.
trade deal between the U.S. and Japan can be minum imports from Japan and has held the other nations to achieve a denuclearized Kim had harsher words for Trump. North
reached quickly despite ongoing differences threat of even steeper auto tariffs over Abe’s Korean Peninsula. Trump and Abe met on Korea’s state-run Korean Central News
over tariffs as he opened talks with Prime head. the heels of Thursday’s nuclear talks Agency said Friday that Kim strongly criti-
Minister Shinzo Abe at the White House. Still, Trump sounded optimistic that an between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un cized Washington for taking a “unilateral
Abe is the rare world leader who has man- agreement will be struck. and President Vladimir Putin of Russia. attitude in bad faith” that caused the diplo-
aged to develop a personal relationship “Ultimately, we have a chance to make a Trump’s second summit with Kim in Hanoi matic standstill following the Hanoi meet-
with Trump. They get along so well that Abe good and very long-term trade deal with in February ended with no agreement, but ing.
and his wife, Akie, joined Trump and his Japan,” the president said.
wife, Melania, for a couples’ dinner Friday Asked later about the timetable, Trump
in the White House residence to celebrate said: “I think it can go quickly. I think it can
the U.S. first lady’s 49th birthday. The lead- go fairly quickly. Maybe by the time I’m
ers planned to meet for a quick round of golf over there, maybe we sign it over there. But
Saturday. it’s moving along very nicely and we’ll see
But all the friendliness they put on dis- what happens.”
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Kim Jong Un leaves Russia after summit with Putin


By Iulia Stashevska and Eric Talmadge it needs its nuclear arsenal to defend itself
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS against what it sees as U.S. hostility and
wants concrete reassurances of its safety —
VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — North Korean including the removal of the American
leader Kim Jong Un boarded his private nuclear threat as an integral part of the denu-
train Friday and headed back to Pyongyang clearization of the entire Korean Peninsula.
after directing some harsh criticism at Trump has voiced hope that Putin’s
Washington during his first summit with involvement could help his efforts to get
Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying Kim to abandon his nuclear arsenal. But it
the U.S. negotiated in “bad faith” when he could also complicate matters, since
met with President Donald Trump in Hanoi Moscow has been critical of sanctions on
two months ago. North Korea and has called on Washington
Kim left about 4 1/2 hours earlier than to provide more security guarantees. After
planned, Russian news agencies reported. Thursday’s talks, Putin suggested the
It was not immediately known why he revival of a multilateral approach to the
decided to return from Vladivostok early. denuclearization negotiations. A similar
Putin, who indicated he may be interested in approach, which Russia participated in,
playing a bigger role in breaking North broke down in 2009.
Korea’s standoff with Washington, had Along with a statement of political sup-
already left for a two-day meeting in port, Kim was also looking for some kind
Beijing. of economic support and possibly even a
The Kremlin intends to brief the U.S. on workaround for sanctions that will require
the contents of the summit as soon as the more than 10,000 North Korean laborers in
Russian delegation returns to Moscow, Russia to leave by the end of the year. The
REUTERS laborers are a major source of income for
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov
told the RIA Novosti news agency. Putin North Korean leader Kim Jong Un departs Vladivostok, Russia. North Korea.
said he will also brief Chinese leaders on weapons, but only if he gets ironclad securi- “entirely depend on the U.S. future attitude.” Putin said they discussed the issue and
his talks with Kim. ty guarantees supported by a multinational The agency said Putin credited Kim’s would find a solution taking into account
Before leaving Vladivostok, Kim visited agreement. diplomatic initiatives for stabilizing the “humanitarian” factors, though he didn’t
a park near the headquarters of the Russian Kim strongly criticized Washington for situation surrounding the peninsula and say what that would be.
navy’s Pacific Fleet for a wreath-laying cer- taking a “unilateral attitude in bad faith” at accepted Kim’s invitation to visit North Motorists in the Russian port city
emony that was held two hours later than his February meeting with Trump in Hanoi Korea at a “convenient time.” breathed a sigh of relief at Kim’s departure.
expected. Kim also had lunch with the local said that caused the diplomatic standstill, No specific measures from the summit Traffic in the city of half a million had been
governor and businesspeople on the out- North Korea’s state-run Korean Central have been reported by either side and the severely disrupted since Kim’s arrival on
skirts of town before going to the main rail- News Agency said Friday. leaders’ comments suggest there has been Tuesday.
way station. He also told Putin the situation on the no significant shift in Kim’s basic posi- Just like two days earlier, traffic was com-
Following their talks on Thursday, Putin Korean Peninsula has reached a “critical tion. pletely blocked in the city center during the
said Kim is willing to give up nuclear point” and whether tensions resume will North Korea has all along contended that send-off ceremony for Kim.

New study says universe expanding faster and is younger


By Seth Borenstein Adam Riess concluded in this week’s another Nobel winner, said this leaves two eventually Riess calculated an expansion
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Astrophysical Journal that the figure is 9% obvious options: “1. We’re making mis- rate of 74.
higher than the previous calculation, which takes we can’t find yet. 2. Nature has some- Using that 74 figure means the universe
WASHINGTON — The universe is was based on studying leftovers from the thing we can’t find yet.” is somewhere between 12.5 billion and 13
expanding faster than it used to, meaning Big Bang. Even with the discovery, life continues billion years old. That’s much younger than
it’s about a billion years younger than we The trouble is, Riess and others think on Earth the way it always has. But to astro- the established estimates of 13.6 billion to
thought, a new study by a Nobel Prize win- both calculations are correct. physicists trying to get a handle on our 13.8 billion.
ner says. And that’s sending a shudder Confused? That’s OK, so are the experts. place in this expanding universe, this is a “Hey, it’s good news. Everybody likes to
through the world of physics, making They find the conflict so confounding cosmic concern. look younger,” Riess said.
astronomers re-think some of its most that they are talking about coming up with To come up with his measurement of the In 2013, the European Planck satellite
basic concepts. “new physics, ” incorporating perhaps Hubble constant, Riess looked to some helped scientists come up with a much
At issue is a number called the Hubble some yet-to-be-discovered particle or other not-so-distant stars. slower expansion rate of about 67, but that
constant, a calculation for how fast the uni- cosmic “fudge factors” like dark energy or Riess observed 70 Cepheid stars — stars was done in an entirely different, more
verse is expanding. Some scientists call it dark matter. that pulse at a well-observed rate — calcu- complicated and less direct way and by
the most important number in cosmology, “It’s looking more and more like we’re lated their distance and rate, and then com- looking at a much earlier time, when the
the study of the origin and development of going to need something new to explain pared them with a certain type of super- universe was just a toddler.
the universe. this,” said Riess, who won the 2011 Nobel novae that are used as measuring sticks. It The Planck team studied background radi-
Using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, in physics. took about two years for the Hubble tele- ation from a time just 370,000 years after
Johns Hopkins University astronomer NASA astrophysicist John Mather, scope to make these measurements, but the Big Bang.
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What I’ve learned from journalism
By Brooke Hanshaw
ment throughout
my junior year, I
In need indeed
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decided to apply or the last several months, as I’ve walked around
Redwood City, I’ve become increasingly aware of

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pproaching the end of my for the positions
high school years, with of sports editor and homeless encampments.
graduation around the corner, business manager. There are a couple of places where I always assume I’ll
I truly believe encounter one, such as beneath Highway 101 alongside
I feel looking back on my career and
being a member of Redwood Creek. Some time ago, however, someone erected
what I’ve gained from my experiences their makeshift home right out front at an empty automobile
thus far is in order. One of the primary Aragon’s editorial
team this past year dealership on El Camino Real. I discovered another over on
abilities journalism gifted me was the Inner Bair Island, on the north side of the Highway 101
freedom to share my opinions and played a crucial role in forming my as well as our own. overpass at Whipple Avenue. That setup was especially
ideas with others, and I truly hope writing style. It also helped me chal- Journalism is an all-encompassing impressive, not only sporting a good-sized structure made
this article inspires as well as gives lenge my own ideals as well as learn title for everything from news stories from multiple brightly colored tarps, but also a gas barbecue
an inside look at being a journalist. to challenge and push those around to opinion columns, interviews, edit- complete with propane tank.
I applied to be a sports writer for me. Brainstorming editorial topics, ing, fact checking and more. Finally, while photographing
my school paper halfway through my covering #AragonToo — our localized Throughout the learning curve of the under-construction town-
sophomore year; honestly, without coverage on the #MeToo movement becoming an editor and interning at house project at the corner of
hesitation or thought. My strengths and sexual harassment at Aragon — the Daily Journal, I’ve become Hopkins Avenue and El Camino
in reading and writing always seem to and writing about everything from increasingly aware of the world Real, I stumbled across a
excel past my efforts in other subject volleyball to hate speech all con- around me and how important it is to makeshift shelter at the end of
areas, and my combined effort and tribute to who I am as a journalist. learn from one another. Different Hopkins Avenue where it meets
passion in my new position yielded When interviewing for the position forms of media give us different plat- the Caltrain tracks. This shelter
strong first articles. Going to sports of an Aragon editor last year, I was forms and opportunities to do so; dis- was less visible, having been
games, interviewing my peers and asked: “What do you believe to be the cuss, debate, even argue, but don’t built using a dark green tarp that
writing about topics that inspired me role of journalists today?” At the dismiss any story, point or argument blended into the surrounding veg-
all came with my first year of sports time, I answered that it was simple: until you attempt to fully understand etation, and having been posi-
writing. Tell the truth. If there’s anything I’ve it. The freedom of the press continues tioned behind a pair of clothing
Despite my strengths in English learned in this past year, it’s that to provide opportunities to learn and donation bins. Greg Wilson
class, I quickly learned that journal- there is so much more to journalism explore — take advantage of it. Whether encampments like
ism writing was something entirely than just the truth. these exist because the Peninsula is attracting more home-
different. Each writer, no matter the We have the responsibility to less, or because people are simply becoming more brazen
department or publication, has their always tell the truth, and yet I believe Brook e Hanshaw is a senior at Aragon and are relocating to more visible sites, or because I’ve sim-
there can be multiple truths, multiple ply started noticing them more, I cannot say. But notice
own style. I continue to develop and High School in San Mateo. Student
sides to every story and always multi- them I have, and it has me thinking about what we can do
critique my own writing styles today, News appears in the week end edition. for the homeless among us, and, equally importantly, for
as they shift through my journalism ple perspectives. It’s important that
journalists bring the stories, experi- You can email Student News at those who have more conventional housing but are other-
experiences. wise just managing to hang on.
After writing for the sports depart- ences and opinions of others to light news@smdaily journal.com.
Although some of those living in makeshift shelters may
be doing so by choice, clearly there are a large number who
are victims of circumstance. Fortunately, we have some ter-
rific organizations in our area who help those who will
Letters to the editor accept it. LifeMoves, for instance, is a nonprofit that feeds,
clothes and houses about 750 clients per night — about half
of whom are children. LifeMoves works to transition their
clients into stable housing, and helps them to achieve long-
Democrats’ socialism discover that a certain dominant eth- (both Democrat and Republican) who term self-sufficiency. As it happens, I walked by their
nic minority whose Catholic faith elected you. Redwood City facility — a former motel — the other day,
Editor, would forbid divorce is actually Consider what has happened since and was pleased to note that it seemed clean and well cared
I have lived in Europe and Australia, divorcing in disproportional, highly President Trump’s election: for.
and in both places, I have experi- abnormal percentages for the purpose 1). Unemployment for both LifeMoves does great work, but it doesn’t just happen by
enced the ravages of socialism. In of milking the benefits dedicated to African-American and Hispanic citi- magic. Although they do have a number of paid staffers,
Australia, the only achievement many single mothers and fathers. Working zens is the lowest in the history of they rely upon the help of some 10,000 volunteers and a
liberal MPs had to their name was a America, giving them a sense of multi-million-dollar annual budget. Organizations such as
for cash under the table and fake
new tax. In Europe, those Yellow accomplishment and hope for the LifeMoves cannot operate without substantial donations
divorces are a common strategy and volunteer time.
Vests are fed up with paying taxes and future. Consequently, food stamps
embraced by many in order to milk I am someone who is fortunate in not having to worry
fees for social benefits, free educa- costs and unemployment costs are
socialism. Between the wealth cre- about where my next meal is coming from. My wife and I
tion, free health care and green initia- down.
tives to the point where there is not ators walking away and the common don’t take that for granted, however, and thus we try to do
profiteers plying their tricks all fiscal 2). President Trump has moved the
much left to actually live on. American embassy back to Jerusalem, our part. For instance, we give both time and money to our
Bernie Sanders’ much vaunted balance goes to heck and the country local chapter of Meals on Wheels. Managed by Peninsula
with it. which Obama promised but failed to
European socialism is there for all to Volunteers, Inc., a Menlo Park-based organization that pro-
accomplish. vides a variety of services that support aging adults in our
see for what it really is, namely a way 3). The stock market still has fluctu-
to spread the misery around until it area, our Meals on Wheels chapter delivers meals to clients
Virgil Stevens ations, but in general it is up. from Menlo Park to Daly City.
saps a whole society. The jobs and 4). President Trump visited the
San Carlos For the last five years, my wife and I have delivered meals
wealth creators have the right to have Mexican border and conferred with throughout Redwood City, Redwood Shores and San Carlos.
their own ideas, and in many cases, border officials, who stated that the Thanks to Meals on Wheels, we’ve had the privilege of
they just walk away from an unaccept- Congress should do its job situation is critical and we need a meeting a number of people who might otherwise have
able social contract in the way wall. gone hungry were it not for the healthy meals we brought.
Amazon walked away from New York. Editor, I salute our naturalized citizens who For the most part, they are delightful, regular people who
Others immunize themselves To Congress: Stop yapping about came here legally, learned English are just experiencing difficult times due to age-related infir-
against socialism by embracing its impeachment; it’s getting tiresome and hold responsible jobs. mity, illness or financial setbacks. Simply by giving a cou-
mechanisms of extracting maximum and boring. ple of hours each week, we gain the satisfaction of knowing
social benefits; just go to the San Start doing what the voters elected that we are making a small, but real, difference.
L. R. Hugdahl
Mateo County courthouse and look up you to do: introduce and pass bills for There are of course any number of organizations out there
the registry of divorce cases. You will the benefit of the law-abiding citizens Redwood City serving the homeless and the disadvantaged among us, any
of which would undoubtedly welcome additional donations
and volunteers. In the past, my wife and I (and, on occasion,
OUR MISSION: our children) helped out at Second Harvest Food Bank, sort-
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for ing donated food. Or, for years we volunteered on work
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. crews with Rebuilding Together Peninsula, a nonprofit that
By combining local news and sports coverage, helps people remain in their homes by doing badly needed
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Stocks close up as S&P, Nasdaq hit new highs


By Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 26,543.56
Wall Street capped a week of milestones Low: 26,392.55
by delivering a couple more Friday. Close: 26,543.33
A late-afternoon burst of buying lifted the
major U.S. stock indexes, which had spent Change: +81.25
much of the day in a sideways drift. The
gains nudged the benchmark S&P 500 index OTHER INDEXES
and Nasdaq composite to new closing highs S&P 500: 2939.88 +13.71
for the second time this week. Both indexes NYSE Index: 12,991.21 +78.25
also set record highs on Tuesday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average eked Nasdaq: 8146.40 +27.72
out a gain, but ended the week slightly NYSE MKT: 2590.17 -1.63
lower. Russell 2000: 1591.82 +16.20
The market’s latest milestones came as
Wilshire 5000: 30,371.12 +162.49
investors weighed a mixed bag of corporate
earnings. Solid quarterly reports from Ford
and Amazon helped lift the market. Weaker 10-Yr Bond: 2.50 -0.02
showings from Intel and Exxon Mobil cut Oil (per barrel): 62.88 -2.33
into the Dow’s gains. Gold : 1,287.80 +8.10
Smaller company stocks fared better than
the rest of the market, a bullish sign indi-
cating that investors were more willing to
take on risk. Major European stock indexes ended encouraged by an increasingly hands-off its fourth-quarter meltdown.
While company earnings were mixed, mostly higher. Fed, which has signaled that it may not “With no recession, the market was due
investors drew encouragement from a gov- Bond prices rose. The yield on the 10 year raise interest rates at all in 2019 after seven for a bounce back,” he said, noting that
ernment report estimating that the U.S. Treasury fell to 2.50% from 2.53% late increases the previous two years. investors seem to be complacent with a less
economy grew at a solid 3.2% annual rate in Thursday. More recently, companies that have volatile market, which he said could be set-
the first three months of the year — a much The S&P 500’s latest all-time high under- reported first quarter results have mostly ting it up for a pullback.
bigger increase than expected. scores the market’s blockbuster turnaround met profit forecasts, taking some pressure Wall Street’s strong recover this year has
“The first quarter number is typically the this year after nosediving at the end of 2018 off the market. helped fuel a surge in corporate deals. So far
weakest of the year, so the fact that this amid fears of a recession, an escalating trade U.S. companies are about a third of the this year, there have been $711 billion in
number was so strong is a positive sign war between the U.S. and China, and con- way through their latest round of quarterly mergers and acquisitions in the U.S., the
going forward,” said Cliff Hodge, director of cern that the Federal Reserve was moving reports. So far they’ve avoided analysts’ fastest start to a year on record, according to
investments for Cornerstone Wealth. too aggressively to raise interest rates. most dire predictions for a severe contrac- Dealogic.
The S&P 500 rose 13.71 points, or 0.5%, In the months since, those concerns have tion. The market has also been rewarding some
to 2,939.88. The broad index is now up eased or taken a back seat to more optimism “It’s marginally better than expected, so technology companies since their highly
17. 3% this year. The Dow rose 81. 25 among investors about the prospects for the market has rallied a bit,” said Andrew anticipated stock market debuts. Pinterest
points, or 0.3%, to 26,543.33. The Nasdaq steady economic growth. Improved eco- Slimmon, managing director and senior and Zoom both went public earlier this
composite recovered from an early slide, nomic data out of China and signals that portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley month and are trading near their raised ini-
adding 27.72 points, or 0.3%, to 8,146.40. Washington and Beijing are making Investment Management. tial prices. Ride-hailing company Uber and
The Russell 2000 index of smaller compa- progress toward resolving their costly trade Meanwhile, investor fears of a potential messaging platform Slack are set to be the
ny stocks climbed 16.20 points, or 1%, to dispute has also helped ease market jitters. recession have subsided since the year start- next technology companies to open up for
1,591.82. Perhaps most of all, traders have been ed, helping the market steadily recover from public investment.

Amazon to bring one-day delivery to Prime members Still, Saunders said the shift is likely to
By Joseph Pisani
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS put even more pressure on Amazon’s retail
rivals, as shoppers become accustomed to
NEW YORK — Two-day delivery is going even faster shipping times. Shares of
out of style. Walmart and Target fell Friday, a day after
Amazon, which hooked shoppers on get- Amazon’s announcement.
ting just about anything shipped in two Walmart and Target offer free two-day
days, said this week that it will soon prom- shipping for those who spend over $35 on
ise one-day delivery for its U.S. Prime their website. And both companies have
members on most items. been turning their physical stores into
The company hopes that cutting delivery shipping hubs, speeding up deliveries and
times in half will make its $119-a-year helping to defray costs.
Prime membership more attractive, since Walmart Inc. declined to comment
nearly every other online store offers free Friday. Target Corp. said its shoppers
deliveries in two days. Amazon also can’t already have ways to receive purchases
compete with Walmart and Target, where “within hours.”
ordering online and picking up at a store is Amazon didn’t say when the change to
becoming more popular with shoppers. its U.S. Prime membership will happen,
“It is a smart change, but it is also one but it said Thursday that it in the past
that is becoming increasingly necessary,” month it has been increasing its selection
said Neil Saunders, managing director at of items eligible for one-day deliveries.
GlobalData Retail. “Other retailers have In some other countries, such as the
REUTERS really upped their game in terms of deliv- U.K., Prime members are already offered
Amazon boxes are seen stacked for delivery in the Manhattan borough of New York City. ery.” one-day shipping.

Uber looks to raise up to $9B in initial public offering


By Cathy Bussewitz aiming to raise $9 billion in its mammoth The San Francisco-based company expects managing director of equity research at
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS initial public stock offering that, while to be valued at $80.5 billion to $91.5 bil- Wedbush Securities.
smaller than initially expected, still dwarfs lion, falling well below prior estimates that Uber is part of a wave of technology com-
NEW YORK — Ride-hailing giant Uber is most stock market debuts. rose as high as $120 billion, in a sign that panies that are going public, and Pinterest
investors may be taking a more cautious and Zoom both saw their stock prices climb
approach to ride-hailing after the stock per- substantially after their IPOs this month.
formance of Uber’s rival, Lyft. Slack and Postmates are also waiting for their
Even so, Uber is on track for one of the turn.
largest IPOs in history. The company plans Over the coming weeks Uber is likely to
to sell 180 million shares for between $44 revise those figures as it launches its so-
and $50 each. called road show, where it pitches the compa-
Lyft went public last month and its stock ny and gets feedback from potential
price fell 21% from its initial offering price investors. It is expected to begin trading on
of $72, and was selling for about $57 on the New York Stock Exchange next month.
Friday. Uber also disclosed that PayPal plans to
“With Lyft’s IPO being down more than buy $500 million in stock at the IPO price,
20% in a market that’s hitting new highs and that the companies will explore future
every day, that’s a dynamic that probably has commercial payment collaborations, includ-
been factored in as well,” said Daniel Ives, ing the development of Uber’s digital wallet.
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Business briefs
Work messaging app Slack takes next step for IPO
NEW YORK — Work messaging platform Slack is taking
the next step in filing to go public, the latest in several
highly anticipated tech IPOs.
In documents posted with the Securities and Exchange
Commission Friday, Slack Technologies Inc. says it posted
a loss of $138.9 million on revenue of $400 million in the
fiscal year ended Jan. 31, 2019.
In February Slack filed a draft registration statement with
the SEC. Slack is pursuing a direct listing rather than a reg-
ular initial public offering. In a direct listing, a company
doesn’t hire underwriters or sell new shares, just existing
shares. It plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange
under the ticker “SK.”
Slack’s IPO comes after Pinterest, Lyft and Zoom went
public. Uber and Postmates are due up next.

Chevron reported first quarter profit of $2.65B


SAN RAMON — Chevron Corp. on Friday reported first
quarter profit of $2.65 billion.
On a per-share basis, the San Ramon-based company said
it had profit of $1.39.
The results surpassed Wall Street expectations, but
Chevron does not adjust its reported results based on one-
time events such as asset sales. The average estimate of
seven analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was
for earnings of $1.26 per share.
REUTERS The oil company posted revenue of $35.2 billion in the
Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk exits after attending for an S.E.C. hearing at the Manhattan Federal Courthouse in New York. period, which fell short of Street forecasts. Three analysts
surveyed by Zacks expected $37.89 billion.
Chevron shares have risen slightly more than 8% since

Elon Musk and SEC settle the beginning of the year, while the Standard & Poor’s 500
index has climbed 17%. The stock has decreased roughly 4%
in the last 12 months.

dispute over CEO’s tweets company facts. Tesla’s financial condition and results
Franklin Resources reported
fiscal second-quarter profit of $367.5M
SAN MATEO — Franklin Resources Inc. on Friday report-
By Marcy Gordon ed fiscal second-quarter profit of $367.5 million.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The SEC said Musk violated the deal through potential mergers, sales num- On a per-share basis, the San Mateo-based company said it
with a Feb. 19 tweet about Tesla vehi- bers, new business lines and changes had profit of 72 cents.
cle production that wasn’t approved by in control or top executive positions. The results beat Wall Street expectations. The average
WASHINGTON — Elon Musk and the company’s “disclosure counsel.” Word of the agreement came one day estimate of six analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
U.S. securities regulators have settled The agency contended that Musk had- after Musk and the SEC attorneys told Research was for earnings of 64 cents per share.
their dispute over the Tesla CEO’s n’t sought the lawyer’s approval for a The investment manager posted revenue of $1.43 billion
tweets, with Musk agreeing to having Nathan they were still trying to work
single tweet. out an agreement and needed an exten- in the period, also surpassing Street forecasts. Three ana-
his future communications regarding Musk’s attorneys contended his lysts surveyed by Zacks expected $1.41 billion.
the electric-car maker pre-approved by sion of their deadline, to Tuesday.
tweet that Tesla would produce about Franklin Resources shares have increased 20 percent since
a company-employed expert. 500,000 vehicles this year didn’t need The original case goes back to a set- the beginning of the year, while the Standard & Poor’s 500
The Securities and Exchange approval because it wasn’t new infor- tlement reached last September after index has increased 17 percent. The stock has increased
Commission and Musk reached the mation that would be meaningful to Musk tweeted that he had secured the roughly 6 percent in the last 12 months.
agreement, which they detailed in fil- investors. They said the SEC was vio- funding to take Tesla private at $420 a
ings Friday in federal court in lating Musk’s First Amendment rights share — a substantial premium over Granite Construction
Manhattan. The agreement must be the company’s stock price at the time
approved by U. S. District Judge
to free speech.
— when he did not. That tweet, last
reported a loss of $34.6M in 1Q
The new agreement requires Musk to
Alison Nathan, who has presided over August, sent Tesla’s stock on a wild WATSONVILLE — Granite Construction Inc. on Friday
get approval in advance from “an
the case. ride. The SEC maintains it hurt reported a loss of $34.6 million in its first quarter.
experienced securities lawyer” On a per-share basis, the Watsonville-based company said
The deal means Musk would no employed by Tesla, which is based in investors who bought the stock after
the tweet but before they had accurate it had a loss of 74 cents. Losses, adjusted for non-recurring
longer face the threat of being held Palo Alto, California, before he issues costs, were 57 cents per share.
in contempt as the SEC has demand- any written communication on a wide information.
The contractor and construction materials producer posted
ed. The agency had alleged that Musk range of financial topics. Musk later backed off the idea of tak- revenue of $619.8 million in the period.
violated a previous settlement requir- It is more specific and detailed than ing the company private, but the regu- Granite Construction shares have risen roughly 8 percent
ing his tweets to be approved by a the previous accord regarding the lators concluded he had not lined up the since the beginning of the year. The stock has decreased 20
lawyer if they disclose important affected topics. Those range from money to pull of the deal. percent in the last 12 months.
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American households also cut back: new goods as they wait for consumer spend- Larry Kudlow, head of President Donald

ECONOMY
Continued from page 1
Retailers’ sales were weak in January and
February, adding to the bleak outlook.
Share prices, though, began to rebound in
ing to reduce their stockpiles. That will
probably restrain growth. And the improve-
ment in the trade deficit last quarter occurred
Trump’s National Economic Council, said
the administration is sticking by its esti-
mate that growth will top 3% for all of
January, after the Fed signaled that it had put partly because imports fell sharply after 2019. He argued that low unemployment
any further rate increases on hold, likely for many companies ramped up their buying and solid wage gains will lift consumer
In Friday’s report, the government said the rest of the year. That emboldened from China last year in advance of potential spending, thereby boosting auto and home
the economy grew at a 3.2% annual rate in investors, who have become increasingly tariff increases the Trump administration sales.
the first quarter. That’s much better than the confident that the economy will avoid the had scheduled for Jan. 1. “I think the prosperity cycle is intact,”
1% or below rate that was forecast in the worst-case scenario of a recession. The White House ended up delaying those Kudlow told CNBC. “I think the Trump poli-
early weeks of 2019. After falling nearly 20% at the end of last tariffs. As imports return to normal, the cies are working to rebuild America.”
Though the economy is widely expected year, the S&P 500 has now recouped all its trade deficit will likely widen again. Whether the stock market can continue to
to slow in the current quarter to a roughly losses since late September. Though few Exports also rose in the January-March march ahead — without additional evidence
2% rate or less, such a pace would still pro- Americans have substantial stock holdings, period, with China stepping up its purchas- of corporate or economic strength — is far
duce annual growth for the first half of the rising share prices can help boost consumer es of U.S. goods, which some economists from clear.
year of roughly 2.5%. That would be a solid confidence. attributed to a temporary goodwill gesture “It’s important to note investors already
gain. And it would be in line with the mod- by Beijing amid high-stakes trade talks
Economists cautioned that first quarter knew the U.S. economy was the strongest
est but steady growth that has prevailed for between the two countries. Those negotia-
growth was driven mostly by several tem- in the world,” said Alec Young, managing
most of the expansion. tions are ongoing.
porary factors that should reverse them- director of global markets research at FTSE
It’s also a far brighter scenario than the
selves in coming months. Retailers and State and local government spending also Russell.
one envisioned late last year and early this
other companies, for example, sharply rose last quarter, mostly to build more high- Companies are in the midst of reporting
year. A 35-day partial shutdown of the gov-
increased the stockpiles of goods in their ways, which added 0.4 percentage point to how much profit they made in the first three
ernment remained in effect through most of
warehouses and on store shelves. Those growth and may also prove short-lived. months of 2019, and investors aren’t
January. Global growth was sputtering in
additions added nearly 0.7 percentage point “Taking out the over-sized boosts from expecting much. Analysts are forecasting
the midst of the U. S. -China trade war.
to the quarter’s growth figure. And the trade net trade, inventories and highways invest- the first drop in earnings for S&P 500 com-
Stocks plummeted in December as the
deficit narrowed sharply, adding an addi- ment, which will all be reversed in the com- panies since the spring 2016.
Federal Reserve raised short-term interest
tional percentage point. ing quarters, growth was only around 1%,” But many companies have so far reported
rates for the eighth time in nine quarters and
signaled that further tightening was likely. “We know this is not going to be sustain- said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital results that were better than Wall Street
Mortgage rates rose, discouraging many able,” said Joe Brusuelas, chief economist Economics. “Under those circumstances, we expected. That’s crucial because stock
would-be home buyers. at RSM, a tax consulting firm. continue to expect that GDP growth will prices tend to track profit growth over the
Businesses won’t likely order as many slow this year.” long term.

Board Member Dave Pine, also a San Mateo tion. And in 2017, the Legislature passed “The pollsters’ takeaway and our take-

TAX
Continued from page 1
County supervisor.
The proposed tax comes at a time when
the agency is facing an ongoing structural
Senate Bill 1, a 12-cent increase in the
state’s gas tax for transit.
“There’s no question we’re starting to
away is there’s no significant statistical dif-
ference between [the two tax rates] in the
voters’ minds,” Murphy said.
deficit and is completing work on the reach the end of voter tolerance for addition- Caltrain currently has the authority to
Business Plan, a comprehensive policy al taxes,” Pine said.  pursue an eighth-cent sales tax under Senate
The Caltrain tax and polling data for it
will be discussed by the transit agency’s document that will determine how the rail- The Caltrain sales tax would require two- Bill 797 while a quarter-cent sales tax would
board of directors at a meeting May 2. The road grows in the next few decades. That thirds approval to pass and polling sug- require an amendment to the legislation.
tax will likely span 30 years and provide vision entails an up to 300 percent increase gests support is hovering just below that “We know more about the Business Plan
between $100 million and $200 million in ridership by 2040, expanded all-day serv- mark today, which is about the same level of now than we did when SB 797 was crafted
annually for Caltrain depending on whether ice, trains arriving every 10 minutes and support for Measure W when it was first and I think everybody understands that it’s
the eighth-cent or quarter-cent tax is select- service extending to Monterey. polled, said Caltrain spokesman Seamus going to be a pretty big lift financially to
ed. The tax is also being discussed less than Murphy.  implement all of the things that will even-
“As successful as Caltrain is, it lacks a six months after the passage of Measure W, “We’re in the ball game, but it’s very tually be included in that Business Plan,”
dedicated funding strain so we need to secure the countywide half-cent sales tax increase close,” he said. Murphy said. “So to give us the best chance
long-term funding to continue to increase for transportation, and close to a year after The polling also shows little difference in to do that we thought a quarter-cent would be
capacity on Caltrain, which is critical to the passage of Regional Measure 3, which support for an eighth-cent tax versus a quar- a more feasible, more viable funding solu-
reducing congestion on the Peninsula,” said raised Bay Area bridge tolls for transporta- ter-cent tax. tion for us.” 

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Major coaching
Liao lighting up CSM track
By Terry Bernal
changes at two
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

After moving 6,400 miles from her native


Atherton schools
Chinese Taipei, collegiate freshman Sophie By Nathan Mollat
Liao is now sprinting toward her future 100 DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
meters at a time.
Having grown up in Taipei City, Yan-Jun Two of the Peninsula top basketball
“Sophie” Liao relocated to Foster City late last coaches have stepped down from their posts
year for the opportunity to further an already over the last several weeks.
prestigious amateur track and field career. As a Menlo-Atherton’s Markisha Coleman and
freshman at College of San Sacred Heart Prep’s Melanie Murphy have
Mateo, she has certainly both stepped aside after five-year runs at
done that, having emerged their respective schools.
as one of the greatest Coleman will be taking over at Eastside
sprinters in the history of College Prep, her alma
the women’s program. mater. There was no word
This she’s done while on Murphy’s future.
learning English on the fly. “I understand the allure
When she took her Test of going back to Eastside
of English as a Foreign College Prep,” M-A co-
Yan-Jun Language exam last athletic director Steven
‘Sophie’ Liao December — a requisite for Kryger said. “She had
community college admittance — she was stud- tears in her eyes when she
ied enough to pass the written exam, despite told me. She told me this
only ever spoken her native Mandarin. Liao Markisha (the ECP position) is the
said she didn’t have her first conversation in Coleman only job she would leave
English until after being admitted to CSM when M-A for.”
she arrived at College Heights Stadium for her Coleman, a 2007 Stanford graduate where
first day of track practice in January. she walked on to the Stanford women’s bas-
“I can understand a little bit what they’re talk- ketball team before earning a full scholar-
ing about,” Liao said. “But it was tough to speak ship her junior and senior years, was in the
because I didn’t know how to speak. … It’s unenviable position of having to replace
much better now.” the legendary Pam Wimberly, who had guid-
While she has proven a quick study and has ed the M-A girls’ program for 41 years.
already developed as a bright English conversa- Beginning in 1968 and lasting through the
tionalist, Liao — which translates to “chat” in 2012 season. Coleman was an assistant for
English — has never had a problem with letting two years under Morgan Clyburn,
her legs do her talking for her. Wimberly’s immediate replacement, before
As a 100- and 200-meter specialist, Liao was moving into the head coach’s chair begin-
a two-time junior national champion in both ning the 2014-15 season.
events at Lishan Senior High School in the After taking the coaching reins, the Bears
Neihu District of Taipei City. Now, at age 20, returned to the top of public school basket-
PHOTO COURTESY OF CSM TRACK AND FIELD
ball on the Peninsula. In her five years,
Yan-Jun ‘Sophie’ Liao, a two-time national high school champion in her native Chinese Taipei,
See LIAO, Page 16 the top qualifier in both the 100 and 200 at the Coast Conference championships. See COACHES, Page 16

Warriors close out LA


By Beth Harris Warriors 129, Clippers 110
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOS ANGELES — Kevin Durant scored 38


of his playoff career-high 50 points in the
first half, Draymond Green had a triple-dou-
ble, and the Golden State Warriors dominat-
ed in closing out the Los Angeles Clippers
129-110 Friday night to win their first-
round series 4-2.
The Warriors advanced to the Western
Conference semifinals and will face the
Houston Rockets beginning Sunday in a
rematch of last year’s conference finals.
NEVILLE E. GUARD/USA TODAY SPORTS That’s when Houston let a 3-2 lead slip away
San Jose’s Gus Nyquist celebrates his first period goal as the Sharks beat Colorado 5-2. and the Warriors went on to win their second
straight NBA championship.

Sharks put offense in


Golden State found itself in the unfamiliar
position of trying to win a third road game
in a playoff series for the first time in fran-
chise history. Durant set the tone with his

gear after slow start 38 points that tied for the second-most
points in a half in a playoff game.
He was 12 of 17 from the floor, made all
10 of his free throws and sank four 3-point- KIRBY LEE/USA TODAY SPORTS
By Josh Dubow Sharks 5, Avalanche 2 ers in leading the Warriors to a 72-53 advan- Kevin Durant, right, scored a playoff
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS career-high 50 points as the Warriors closed
over the game with a strong performance tage.
Durant had a vicious block of Danilo out the Clippers in Game 6 of their first-round
from the third line. playoff series.
SAN JOSE — Joe Thornton sparked a Thornton tied it midway through the peri- Gallinari in the fourth that left both of them
three-goal outburst in the second period od off a feed from Marcus Sorensen on a 2- on the floor. On the Warriors’ next posses- Stephen Curry added 24 points and Green
after San Jose killed off a four-minute penal- on-1 rush shortly after the penalty was sion, Durant converted a three-point play. had 16 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists
ty, leading the Sharks to a 5-2 victory over killed. Kevin Labanc, the third member of The Clippers fought off elimination with for his fifth career playoff triple-double,
the Colorado Avalanche in Game 1 of their that line, gave the Sharks the lead with an a 129-121 win on the Warriors’ home floor despite five fouls. Klay Thompson was lim-
second-round playoff series on Friday impressive sequence that featured him dek- in Game 5, but aside from a game-opening ited to nine points with three fouls. Durant
night. ing Mikko Rantanen by playing the puck burst and another to start the second half got his fourth foul in the fourth.
San Jose trailed 2-1 when Brenden Dillon through his legs before scoring from the they couldn’t make a stand in front of their The Warriors repeatedly burned the
was called for a high-sticking double minor slot. crowd. Clippers with dunks off alley-oop passes.
early in the second period. The Sharks man- Durant’s 45 points on Wednesday were his
aged to kill both penalties and then took See SHARKS, Page 17 previous career playoff high. See WARRIORS, Page 17
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Local sports roundup


FRIDAY Bologna wins Big 8 triple crown
Baseball Delta earns No. 1 seed for playoffs; Skyline falls short of postseason
Sacred Heart Prep 3, Terra Nova 1 By Terry Bernal winning and win a state entered the day hitting . 400, just four
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF championship. But it’s points behind Bologna. Lopez, however,
The Gators scored two runs in the bottom up there with one of the went 1 for 4 with an RBI in Sierra’s 4-2 loss
of the first and added an insurance run in the coolest things I’ve ever to Santa Rosa Junior College, dropping his
Clinching an outright conference title and
third to beat the Tigers in a PAL Bay accomplished.” batting average to .396.
winning a triple crown — that’s the way San
Division game. One week ago, Delta also clinched the No. 1 seed in
Joaquin Delta sophomore Vinny Bologna
Alex Nissenberg and Reece Lindquist com- closed his regular season. Bologna was leading the Northern California, giving the Mustangs
bined on the mound to limit Terra Nova (3-7 Seeing as neither of those things were in Big 8 in all three offen- home-field advantage through all three
PAL Bay, 7-13 overall) to just one run on hand for the Carlmont graduate heading into sive categories. But that rounds of the Nor Cal playoffs should they
five hits. Nissenberg notched the only RBI play Friday, it made for quite the dramatic Vinny Bologna changed April 20 when advance that far.
for SHP (5-5, 10-11-1) as well. Ronan finale. Delta earned a remarkable
Donnelly and Ryan Mo each had a pair of Delta entered the day with a one game lead comeback victory over Cosumnes River by Brandenburg shares state HR crown
hits for the Gators. atop the standings in the Big 8 Conference a final score of 33-16. In that extraordinary Bologna finished one home run shy of
and locked up the championship with an 8- offensive output, Mathis totaled nine RBIs, claiming a share of the state home run
Carlmont 2, Burlingame 0 2 win at home over Modesto. And while surging ahead of Bologna for the state lead. crown. Brandenburg, a freshman catcher,
Bologna entered the day needing two RBIs “I noticed,” Bologna said. “I always want paced the state with 12 home runs entering
The Scots stayed in the race for a PAL Bay to get him better, so I try to make him mad
to catch teammate Zack Mathis for the RBI play Thursday. Ohlone’s Zac Patterson
Division title by beating the Panthers to and mess with him a little bit … because
lead in the Big 8, he cashed in in style, homered Thursday to tie him, with both
split their two-game series. that guy is so good. He’s a beast. So, when
going 1 for 2 with a two-run home run in his players finishing the regular season with 12
Burlingame (8-2 PAL Bay, 11-5 overall) final at-bat of the regular season. he gets hot, he’s pretty unbelievable.” homers.
had its seven-game, Bay Division winning Bologna finishes the regular season with When Bologna was a junior at Carlmont
streak snapped. a .404 batting average and 11 home runs — in 2016, he witnessed his Scots teammate, Skyline falls short of postseason
Carlmont (6-4, 11-10) entered the game leading outright in both categories among Jordan Brandenburg, win a Peninsula
Athletic League Bay Division triple crown. For the second straight year, the Skyline
three game behind the Panthers. The Scots Big 8 hitters — along with 58 RBIs to tie Trojans (9-9 Coast Pacific, 21-18 overall)
are now two back with four games left in the Mathis atop the leaderboard. That RBI total Bologna, however, had never accomplished
the rare feat until play finished Monday. will not advance to the California
regular season. also stands as tops in the state. Community College Athletic Association
“It’s definitely a milestone,” Bologna The only person other than Mathis that
could have threatened Bologna’s triple- playoffs, being officially eliminated Friday
said. “It’s pretty cool I did it. Honestly, I
Menlo School 9, Capuchino 4 really wanted to do it. I just want to keep crown run was Sierra’s Matt Lopez, who See BASEBALL, Page 17
The Knights led 6-0 before the Mustangs
got on the board during a PAL Bay Division
matchup.
Menlo (6-4 PAL Bay, 13-7 overall) scored
took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second
Guerrero double helps Jays in walkoff win over A’s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS um clapped and cheered as Guerrero launched
and added three more in the third. Up 6-0, Blue Jays 4, A’s 2 several long drives.
Capuchino (4-6, 11-11) got on the board TORONTO — Vladimir Guerrero Jr. capped
with a run in the top of the fifth, but the ficed pinch-runner Alen Hanson and, with the Acrowd of 28,688 rose for a standing ovation
his major league debut with a double leading infield in, Teoscar Hernandez lined out to sec- as Guerrero led off the bottom of the second.
Knights all but put the game away with a off the ninth inning for his first hit, and
three-run fifth. ond baseman Jurickson Profar. Guerrero worked the count to 2-2 as fans chant-
Brandon Drury followed with a winning two- Drury followed with a drive over the center- ed “Let’s go, Vladdy!” On the fifth pitch, he hit
The Mustangs scored three in the sixth for run homer with two outs to lift the Toronto
the final runs of the game. field wall, and Guerrero, arm raised, was the a sharp grounder to first baseman Kendrys
Blue Jays over the Oakland Athletics 4-2 on first Blue Jays player out of the dugout to cele- Morales, who made the play unassisted. The
Patrick Volkman and Jason Arsenault Friday night. brate. exit velocity was 106.8 miles per hour.
paced the offense for Cap, with two hits and The 20-year-old son of Hall of Famer Ken Giles (1-1) struck out two on a one-hit
an RBI each. Vladimir Guerrero, consid- The 20-year-old batted fifth and played third
ninth. base and wore No. 27, the number retired in
ered the top prospect in the Eric Sogard’s first-inning homer and Randal honor of his father by the Los Angeles
Softball major leagues, arrived at Grichuk’s third-inning RBI single built a lead Angels.
Rogers Centre in a replica off Mike Fiers, but Robbie Grossman hit a
Mills 15, Terra Nova 0 Montreal Expos jersey to “Since I was a kid I was running around with
two-run homer in the eighth off Joe Biagini.
Olivia Williams tossed a four-inning no- honor his father, who was Guerrero Jr. missed the start of the season my dad in the clubhouse in Montreal,”
hitter to lead the Vikings to the 15-run, on hand. He grounded out after an oblique injury in spring training. He Guerrero Jr. said in an afternoon news confer-
mercy-rule win over the Tigers. in the second, was robbed played four rehab games at Class A Dunedin ence. “I just wanted to bring that back today.”
Mills (10-0 PAL Ocean, 13-3 overall) has of an extra-base hit by left before moving up to Triple-A Buffalo, where he Even Canadian Prime Minister Justin
not allowed a hit in a pair of Ocean Division fielder Stephen Pinder’s hit .367 with three homers and eight RBIs in Trudeau noted the debut on Twitter with a mes-
games this week. Ione Williams had a three- Vladimir leaping catch in the eight games. sage attached to a Tweet from the elder
inning no-hitter in a 19-0 win over Guerrero Jr. fourth, then flied out to By delaying his debut until Friday, the Blue Guerrero.
Jefferson Wednesday. right in the sixth. Jays ensured his maximum service time this
Guerrero hit an opposite-field double down Guerrero’s famous father watched as his
The offense was paced Taylor Whitney, year would be 157 days - 15 days shy of being son’s batting practice was broadcast live on
the right-field line on a 2-2 fastball from eligible for free agency after the 2024 season.
Marian Revelo and Victoria Williams, who Yusmeiro Petit (0-1). Billy McKinney sacri- Sportsnet, the Canadian network operated by
all had two RBIs. The few hundred fans already inside the stadi- team owner Rogers Communications.

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Giants finally score in first inning in loss to Yanks By Gideon Rubin seeking their first four-game win- The Giants ended the second-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ning streak. longest, first-inning scoring
James Paxton (3-2) gave up drought to start a season in major
three runs in 5 2/3 innings of five- league history on Posey’s one-out
SAN FRANCISCO — Luke Voit sacrifice fly off Paxton.
homered and had three hits and hit ball after combining for 14
three RBIs, DJ LeMahieu also had shutout innings in his previous San Francisco had not scored in
three hits and scored three runs, two starts. He struck out eight and the first inning of its first 25
and the injury-depleted New York walked none. games. The major league record of
Yankees beat the San Francisco The hard-throwing lefty has 32 28 games at the start of a season
Giants 7-3 on Friday night. strikeouts over his last 19 2/3 was set by the 1948 Chicago
innings. White Sox.
Despite having a major league-
high 13 players on the injured list, The Giants threatened in the bot-
the Yankees have won seven of tom of the seventh when Zack SHORT HOPS
their last eight games and nine of Britton issued three straight two- The Yankees are playing in San
their last 11. out walks. Yankees manager sum- Francisco for just the second time
Voit extended his career-best hit- moned Adam Ottavino to face since the 1962 World Series. The
ting streak to 13 games. He’s bat- Posey, and the right-hander froze Yankees are 8-5 against San
ting .367 (18 for 49) over that Posey on a 2-2 slider for a called Francisco in 13 games since the
stretch with four homers and 10 third strike. inception of interleague play. .
RBIs. He has reached base safely Giants starter Madison The Giants commemorated their
in a career-best 37 straight games Bumgarner (1-4) gave up five runs seventh annual “Metallica Night”
CARY EDMONDSON/USA TODAY SPORTS dating to last season. on 11 hits in 5 2/3 innings. The with the Grammy Award-winning
Third baseman Evan Longoria throws a runner out at first during the Buster Posey had a double and 2014 World Series MVP struck out rock band performing the national
Giants’ 7-2 loss to the New York Yankees. two RBIs for the Giants, who were five and walked none. anthem.

49ers shore up offense on draft’s second day Raiders draft Clemson CB


By Josh Dubow return touchdowns in his career Cobb, who died last Saturday at the By Michael Wagaman pick in Thursday’s first round.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with the Gamecocks. He has expe- age of 50. There was a moment of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “This is awesome, man, being
rience playing both outside and in silence to honor Reggie Cobb able to get back with my boy,”
SANTA CLARA — After only two the slot and excels with his ability before the pick was made. ALAMEDA — At the national Mullen. “We have to get to work.
wide receivers went in the first 35 to run after the catch. He forced 21 San Francisco used its first-round championship game nearly four They’re going to get a great player,
picks, the San Francisco 49ers had missed tackles last season, accord- pick to bolster the edge rush, tak- months ago, Oakland Raiders gen- especially with me and Clelin and
plenty to choose from when it ing to Pro Football Focus. ing Ohio State’s Nick Bosa second eral manager Mike Mayock said he even John Abram, because that’s
came time to make their second- “Me personally, I just feel like overall. was told by an NFL scout that if he like my best friend. Us guys getting
round selection. you’ve got to have that dog in Bosa, the brother of Chargers did nothing but draft players from together, it’s going to be awe-
They opted to go for a player you,” Samuel said. “Having that star Joey Bosa, had 17 1/2 sacks Alabama and Clemson, he’d get a some.”
they had some familiarity with mindset, not one person is going and 29 tackles for loss in 30 games passing grade in his first year on Mullen was a second-team All-
after coaching him in the Senior to bring you down, and you’re with the Buckeyes. He played in the job. ACC pick during his junior year
Bowl, selecting South Carolina’s going to make every catch that’s only three games last year before Mayock apparently took the with the Tigers. The 6-foot-1, 200-
Deebo Samuel with the 36th over- thrown your way.” suffering a core muscle injury that message to heart. pound Mullen has not allowed a
all selection in the NFL draft. They Hurd spent three seasons as a required season-ending surgery. The Raiders drafted Clemson cor- touchdown in coverage since 2017,
added another receiver when they running back at Tennessee before Bosa will team with recently nerback Trayvon Mullen with the according to Pro Football Focus,
selected Baylor’s Jalen Hurd in the transferring to Baylor and chang- acquired Dee Ford to give the 40th overall pick Friday night after and surrendered fewer than 300
third round with the 67th pick ing positions. He had 69 catches Niners two potent edge rushers to twice trading back in the second yards passing in his college career.
Friday. for 946 yards and four TDs last sea- help upgrade a defense that set an round in deals with Jacksonville As luck had it, Mullen had one of
Only two receivers went in the son. He had multiple shoulder sur- NFL record for futility with only and Buffalo. his best games with Mayock watch-
first round with Baltimore taking geries in college and also had seven takeaways last season. Mullen was the third player from ing. Mullen was the defensive MVP
Oklahoma’s Marquise Brown 25th minor knee surgery last year. Bosa was asked again about his the national championship game in the national championship game
overall and New England using the Samuel and Hurd join last year’s social-media history that included taken by Mayock in the first two after tallying six tackles with a
32nd pick on Arizona State’s second-round pick Dante Pettis and some Twitter messages that he days of the draft. Oakland used two sack, interception and forced fum-
N’Keal Harry. No receivers went in speedster Marquise Goodwin as deleted that could be considered of its three first-round picks on ble.
the first three picks in the second San Francisco’s top receivers. The racist and homophobic. He apolo- Mullen’s Clemson teammate, defen- “I think it did a lot,” Mullen said.
round before the Niners pounced on team also signed Jordan Matthews gized for one that called former sive end Clelin Ferrell, and Alabama “Just the way I went out there and
Samuel to replace the departed in free agency and brings back 49ers quarterback Colin running back Josh Jacobs. showed the world the elite player
Pierre Garcon. Kendrick Bourne, Trent Taylor and Kaepernick a “clown” shortly after Mullen visited the Raiders prior that I am, how confident I am, how
Samuel had 62 catches for 882 Richie James among others. he began his protest of racial to the draft and likes the idea of strong and physical I am. I believe
yards and 11 touchdowns last sea- The 49ers second-round pick was injustice and police brutality by being reunited with Ferrell and that game played a big role. It moti-
son for South Carolina and is also announced by DeMarcus Cobb, the kneeling during the national playing with Jacobs and safety vated me a lot to even making my
skilled as a returner with four kick son of late 49ers scout Reggie anthem. Johnathan Abram, Oakland’s third decision to come out early.”

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Girls’ football lawsuit to gauge interest in school teams


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gauge whether there’s to measure interest. That’s a key question under video of the then 9-year-old girl’s dominant
enough interest around the Title IX, the federal law that bars sex discrimi- football skills against boys gained widespread
SALT LAKE CITY — The question of how state to create a roster of nation in education programs that receive feder- attention online in 2012. She, her father and
many girls would play football for an all-female competing teams for al funds. other girls who wanted to play football filed a
high school team if given the chance took cen- something completely Football is particularly important because it’s lawsuit against the three districts and the Utah
ter stage Friday in a Utah lawsuit filed by a new. such a belovedAmerican sport, said father Brent High School Activities Association five years
teenage female football star. “There are no other high- Gordon, an attorney. later.
More than 400 girls have joined a league that school girls’ tackle foot- “If they had the ability to play football at the Gordon appeared alongside past and present
16-year-old Sam Gordon helped create, more ball teams,” said Rachel high school on Friday nights, with the band NFL greats in a television ad that aired during
than enough to get started in schools, lawyer Sam Gordon Terry, an assistant Utah there and have everybody fill the stands, how do this year’s Super Bowl. She was also honored
Loren Washburn said. “The school district has attorney general. you think the perception of girls would be on by the NFL during Super Bowl weekend with the
an obligation to meet student demand,” he said. U.S. Magistrate Judge Dustin Pead ordered the that campus?” he said. first “Game Changer“ award for her role in creat-
two sides to negotiate the language of a survey
The districts, though, argue it’s tough to Gordon became a well-known figure after a ing the girls tackle football league in Utah.

College Prep program that is among the als, finishing one one-hundredth of second

COACHES
Continued from page 13
best in the state. She is replacing Donovan
Blythe, who spent the last dozen years as
the Panthers’ head coach. He already left for
LIAO
Continued from page 13
behind the eighth qualifier.
Liao was devastated.
“I just wanted to start over again and forget
China to run a basketball academy. Blythe that,” Liao said. “That was my first experience.
led the Panthers to back-to-back Division V I was emotional at the time but, a few days later,
Coleman compiled a Peninsula Athletic state titles in 2016 and 2017. she will have a chance to add to her accolades
I felt better.”
League South Division record of 55-5, win- Murphy had a very similar path as after qualifying for the finals of the women’s
100 and 200 at the Coast Conference champi- With the next Asian Games slated for
ning four division titles in a row and three Coleman. Murphy is also a former Stanford
onships Saturday at De Anza College- Hangzhou, China in 2022, Liao will be one of
straight PAL tournament championships. player who graduated in 2011. She also was
Cupertino. those 20-somethings the next time around.
Overall, Coleman had a win-loss record of coming into a program She’ll turn 24, to be exact, in the midst of those
120-37, winning 20 games or more four where expectations were Liao’s qualifying time in the 100 at
Wednesday’s Coast Conference trials was 11.78 games three years from now.
straight years. She just missed the 20-win high as the team was a In the meantime, Liao is weighing her imme-
plateau this season, finishing 19-12. Her little more than a decade seconds, the fastest time of the day. It’s nearly a
second-and-a-half shy of her personal record of diate collegiate future. While she has one more
teams qualified for the Central Coast removed from their last year of community college eligibility remain-
Section tournament all five years, including of 10 CCS titles. While 11.64, a time she recorded in high school. After
taking two months off from training last fall, ing, there is a good chance she could be one-
a pair of invitations to the CCS Open the Gators always and-done at CSM. This time next year, she could
Division. The Bears made two CCS champi- seemed to struggle in she has been rebuilding toward her potential top
speed. very well be competing at the NCAA Division I
onship games, falling short in 2015 and West Bay Athletic level. Liao said her decision of when to transfer
again in 2018 and had a CCS record of 8-6. League play — they were “I had to start all over again,” Liao said.
It has been four months since she took up is uncertain.
The team qualified for the Northern Melanie Murphy just 18-36 in league play
training again, this time under CSM coach “The offers are coming in,” Burns said. “A lot
California bracket all five years of under Murphy — she
Kajari Burns. In his second year as the Bulldogs’ of coaches are impressed.”
Coleman’s tenure, going 6-5 and advancing always had the team ready for the postsea-
to the Division I semifinals in 2016 and the sprint, hurdles and jumps coach, he has helped Liao expects to run at least one more meet at
son. Beginning the 2015-16 season, College Heights Stadium, though. That, she
Division IV finals this past season. Murphy’s second with the team, she took fine-tune Liao to again contend as a two-event
Coast Conference champ. In addition to the anticipates, will be at the California
“I think she is a phenomenal role model SHP to four straight CCS championship Community College Athletic Association State
for the girls,” Kryger said. “Here’s a woman games, winning a pair of CCS Division IV 100, she qualified in the women’s 200, also
with Tuesday’s best time, of 24.89. Championships, to be hosted by CSM, May
… who carries herself with class and titles in 2016 and 2018, while compiling a 17-18.
respect. She demonstrates to [the players] CCS record of 11-3. She was also 5-4 in four “From my perspective, with the limited train-
ing time (this year), she did well,” Burns said. Burns is radiating optimism about Liao’s
how much she cares for them, while also Nor Cal appearances, twice reaching the
Liao doesn’t share her coach’s appraisal, potential CSM swan song — and beyond. He
holding them to a high standard on and off semifinals.
downplaying the times she has recorded this said her best race of the season on March 16 at
the court.” Murphy finishes her SHP tenure with an
season. She started the year running the 100 in Sacramento State University’s Hornet Invite
Coleman be will taking over an Eastside overall record of 84-57.
the 12.3 range, a time she averaged when she showed what she could do against top-tier com-
was in middle school. She has improved sub- petition. While Liao settled for 10th place in
stantially. Tuesday she recorded her season-best the women’s 100, it marked the first time this
of 11.78 despite a stumble off the blocks. It also season she cracked 12 seconds with a time of
marks the second fastest time in the history of 11.92.
the CSM women’s program.  The top mark Not to mention the caliber of talent Liao ran
belongs to Rhonda Robinson, set in 1983, of against in the open invitational — meaning all
11.63. collegiate levels, from Division I to communi-
Liao has never in her life recorded that time. ty colleges, were represented — including four
“Not yet,” Liao said. “But I will.” of the top-nine finishers in front of her in the
That quiet confidence took a substantial hit 100 running for UC Berkeley, and one, who
last August at the Asian Games in Jakarta- topped Liao’s time by three one-hundredths of a
Palembang, Indonesia. Competing for Chinese second, for Stanford.
Taipei, the then 19-year-old — running in the “That’s when she really seems to shine,”
midst of mostly 20-somethings — fell short of Burns said. “Like most athletes, she needs the
qualifying for the finals. With the top eight fin- best around her in order to shine. And at state,
ishers moving on, Liao placed ninth in the tri- she’s going to have that.”
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time against Vegas.
WARRIORS WAITING ROCKETS
Houston arrived in the Bay Area SHARKS While the Sharks needed back-
to-back overtime games to knock
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Saturday’s Games
on Friday and planned to watch the off the Golden Knights, Colorado
Continued from page 13 Warriors-Clippers game there, Continued from page 13 Cincy (Mahle 0-2) at St.Louis (Hudson 1-1), 11:15 a.m.
was resting with six days off after a Yankees (Happ 0-2) at Giants (Holland 1-3), 1:05 p.m.
anticipating that Golden State five-game win over the Flames that SD (Lauer 2-3) at Washington (Strasburg 2-1),1:05 p.m.
Los Angeles opened the game on would win and there would be an Brent Burns added the fourth goal Miami (Richards 0-3) at Philly (Arrieta 3-2), 3:05 p.m.
sent the Avalanche into the second Milwaukee(Woodruff2-1)atMets(Syndergaard1-2),4:10p.m.
an 18-8 run. Durant and Curry com- early start time for Game 1 of the late in the period when his shot round for the first time since 2008. Colorado (Gray 2-3) at Atlanta (Foltynewicz 0-0),4:20 p.m.
bined to score the Warriors’ next conference semifinals on Sunday. from the boards deflected past The impact of the reduced rest Cubs (Darvish 1-3) at Arizona (Godley 1-1), 5:10 p.m.
nine points as part of a 21-5 burst Philipp Grubauer with Sorensen in Pitt (Musgrove 1-1) at Dodgers (Kershaw 0-0),6:10 p.m.
was felt as captain Joe Pavelski Sunday’s Games
that put them ahead for good. TIP-INS front of the net. Thornton got an remained sidelined from his con- Miami at Philadelphia, 10:05 a.m.
Gallinari led the Clippers with assist on that goal, giving him cussion in Game 7 and fellow for-
Milwaukee at N.Y. Mets, 10:10 a.m.
Warri o rs : Durant tied Colorado at Atlanta, 10:20 a.m.
29 points and rookie Shai 100 career helpers in the postsea- ward Joonas Donskoi remained
Phoenix’s Charles Barkley, who San Diego at Washington, 10:35 a.m.
Gilgeous-Alexander added 22. son. sidelined from a hard hit in Game 6. Cincinnati at St. Louis, 11:15 a.m.
scored 38 in a half against Golden N.Y. Yankees at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m.
Lou Williams and Montrezl State on May 4, 1994, in a first- Gustav Nyquist scored the first The Avalanche had the edge early Chicago Cubs at Arizona, 1:10 p.m.
Harrell, the NBA’s highest-scor- round series. ... They improved to goal for San Jose, Timo Meier and capitalized with Bourque’s goal Pittsburgh at L.A. Dodgers, 1:10 p.m.
ing bench combo, were never a 17-8 in Game 6 of a playoff series. added an empty-netter and Martin on a rebound of Cale Makar’s shot
factor. Williams shot 3 of 21 for
eight points and Harrell was 4 of 7
... The Warriors went 4-1 against Jones made 26 saves to send the
Sharks to their fourth straight win.
just 2:10 into the game. AMERICAN LEAGUE
the Clippers at Staples Center this Jones kept the deficit at one with
for 10 points and five fouls. The season. ... Former Clipper Shaun Burns also had three assists. a brilliant pad save against Carl Saturday’s Games
Baltimore(Straily1-1)atMinnesota(Berrios3-1),11:10a.m.
two reserves scored a combined 57 Livingston started in place of Game 2 is Sunday in San Jose. Soderberg. The Sharks then got the A’s (Anderson 3-1) at Toronto (Sanchez 2-1),12:07 p.m.
points on 23-for-33 shooting in Andrew Bogut. Gabriel Bourque and Colin equalizer when Logan Couture won Cleveland (Bieber 2-1) at Houston (Peacock 2-1),1:05 p.m.
Game 5. N.Y.Yankees (Happ 0-2) at Giants (Holland 1-3),1:05 p.m.
Cl i ppers : Patrick Beverley had Wilson scored for the Avalanche, an offensive zone draw to Burns, Tampa (Morton 2-0) at Boston (Price 1-1), 1:05 p.m.
Gallinari and Gilgeous- 14 rebounds for the second who were unable to carry over the who maneuvered into the slot and Detroit (TBD) at CWS (Lopez 1-3), 4:10 p.m.
L.A. Angels (Barria 2-1) at KC(Lopez 0-2), 4:15 p.m.
Alexander powered the Clippers’ straight game, tying his career momentum from a dominant first- put a shot on net. Grubauer stopped Texas (Minor 2-2) at Seattle (Leake 2-2), 6:10 p.m.
17-10 spurt that opened the third high. ... They were 0-4 at home in round series win against Pacific it but Nyquist knocked in the Sunday’s Games
and pulled them to 82-71. Division champion Calgary. Tampa Bay at Boston, 10:05 a.m.
a playoff series for the first time, rebound. Oakland at Toronto, 10:07 a.m.
But Golden State held the having also lost Games 3 and 4 at Grubauer made 22 saves. Colorado had a goal wiped off Baltimore at Minnesota, 11:10 a.m.
Detroit at Chicago White Sox, 11:10 a.m.
Clippers to seven points the rest Staples Center. ... It was the last The intensity in the Shark Tank later in the period when replays L.A. Angels at Kansas City, 11:15 a.m.
of the quarter and took a 102-78 game of Hall of Fame announcer had dropped a bit from Tuesday showed Rantanen kicked the puck N.Y. Yankees at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m.
lead into the fourth. The Clippers Ralph Lawler’s career. He retires night, when San Jose rallied from into the net, and Jones robbed Texas at Seattle, 1:10 p.m.
Cleveland at Houston, 4:05 p.m.
cut their 24-point deficit nearly in after 40 years with the team and 60 three goals down in the third peri- Soderberg again on a breakaway
half, but got no closer. years in the business. od before winning Game 7 in over- late in the first. WARRIORS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
a great job for us. Just got tired at Nomicos said. “We bring in a cou- basically saved our season, ”
BASEBALL the end because he hasn’t pitched
that much.”
ple hitters, it’s going to be pretty
good.”
Nomicos said.
With the loss, Skyline falls into
Warriors 4, L.A. Clippers 2
Saturday, April 13: Warriors 121, L.A. Clippers 104
Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Warriors 131
A graduate of Terra Nova, Sophomore right-hander Aiden Thursday, April 18: Warriors 132, Clippers 105
Continued from page 14 a three-way tie for third place in
McDonald was one of three pitch- Yarwood worked the final three Sunday, April 21: Warriors 113, Clippers 105
ers out of the Pacifica campus to innings to close out the season for the Coast Pacific Conference, x-Wednesday, April 24: Clippers 129, Warriors 121
with a 6-2 loss to Hartnell College fortify the Trojans’ pitching rota- the Trojans. A 2017 graduate of along with Monterey Peninsula x-Friday, April 26: Warriors 129, Clippers 110
in Salinas. tion, along with freshmen Nate Capuchino, Yarwood ranked sec- and Hartnell. Monterey is ranked
Trojans starting pitcher Dylan Rumb and Tony Zamagni. ond among Skyline pitchers with SHARKS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
ahead of both Skyline and Hartnell
McDonald took the loss, allowing McDonald, who played mostly as 49 1/3 innings, all coming in
four runs over six innings. The in RPI and would receive any at- San Jose 1, Colorado 0
a catcher in high school, only relief. He had 16 appearances and
freshman right-hander finishes the entered play Friday with a 2.14 large precedent if a third playoff Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2
started pitching regularly as a sen-
year with a 6-3 record, leading the ior in 2018. ERA. berth is allotted to the conference. Sunday, April 28: Colorado at San Jose, 4:30 p.m.
Ohlone took the Coast Pacific Tuesday, April 30: San Jose at Colorado, 7 p.m.
team in both wins and innings “With him and [starting pitcher Only sophomore left-hander Thursday, May 2: San Jose at Colorado, 7 p.m.
pitched with 79 2/3. Vinny Ferrari] coming back, and Derek Flowers had more appear- title, with Cabrillo finishing in
x-Saturday, May 4: Colorado at San Jose, TBA
“Outstanding pitcher,” Skyline some of the other guys, it’s very ances for Skyline with 17. second place; both earn automatic x-Monday, May 6: San Jose at Colorado, TBA
manager Dino Nomicos said. “Did promising for us (next year), ” “Yarwood and Flowers have playoff bids. x-Wednesday, May 8: Colorado at San Jose, TBA
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‘The White Crow’ a


portrait of Nureyev
By Lindsey Bahr
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The great Soviet ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev does not come across as
particularly likable in “The White Crow,” Ralph Fiennes’ elegant
biopic of his early years.
Nureyev is arrogant, cruel, entitled, irritable and deeply resentful
of his modest, peasant upbringing. Yet this prodigy of dance and
voracious consumer of the arts is undeniably compelling to
watch for a few hours. Just be prepared to wince at many of
his choices, some of which helped him reach the top of the
dance world and others which will make you want to refer
Rudi to a good therapist.
Fiennes, who directs and also plays the part of an
influential ballet instructor in Rudi’s life, Pushkin, has
been mulling over this story for about two decades,
since he read author Julie Kavanagh’s 2007 biogra-
phy, “Nureyev: The Life.” His long study is evi-
dent in the final product, which powerfully blends
the sublime transcendence of an artist’s intellectu-
al awakening with the exciting tension of a polit-
ical thriller.
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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

AMUS EMENT AND DECADENCE


AB OUND IN VANITY FAIR, ON
STAGE AT AMERICAN CONSERVA-
TORY THEATER THROUGH MAY 1 2 .
Ambitious Becky Sharp may not have been
born with wealth or status, but she’s deter-
mined to attain both — at any cost. Armed
with fierce wit and calculating charm, Becky
forges her own path through London’s high
society in Vanity Fair, playwright Kate
Hamill’s sharp-edged adaptation of William
Thackeray’s 19th-century novel about STAGE DIRECTIONS AND TICKET
class, social climbing and unexpected INFORMATION. Vanity Fair performs at
changes in fortune. The talented ensemble A.C.T.’s Geary Theater, 415 Geary St., San
plays multiple roles, and set changes are Francisco, Tuesday through Saturday at 8
wittily signaled. Directed by Jessica Stone. p.m., Wednesday and Saturday at 2 p.m. and
Two hours and 30 minutes with one inter- Sunday at 2 p.m. through May 12. Tickets
mission. $15-$110 at the A.C.T. Box Office, (415)
THE BOOK BEHIND THE PLAY. Wiki 749-2228 or online at www.act-sf.org.
says …Vanity Fair is an English novel by INTERACT EVENTS GET YOU
William Makepeace Thackeray which fol- CLOS ER TO THE VANITY FAIR
lows the lives of Becky Sharp and Emmy ACTION. In connection with Vanity Fair, SCOTT SUCHMAN
Sedley amid their friends and families during A.C.T. offers numerous InterACT events — Romance serves ambition and worldly goods are more important than honor in Vanity Fair,
and after the Napoleonic Wars. It was first many of which are presented free of charge playwright Kate Hamill’s fast-paced adaptation of William Thackeray’s classic 19th-century
published as a 19-volume monthly serial — that give patrons opportunities to get novel, at American Conservatory Theater’s Geary Theater through May 12.
from 1847 to 1848. The book’s title comes closer to the action. Just one example:
from John Bunyan’s 1678 Pilgrim’s PlayTime on May 11 at 12:45 p.m., before Season at the War Memorial Opera House. Music Director and Principal Conductor
Progress, in which Vanity Fair refers to a the matinee performance, puts you with the- The triptych includes Ratmansky’s Ninth, Martin West. San Francisco Ballet performs
stop along the pilgrim’s route: a never-end- atre artists at an interactive theater work- 10th and 11th ballets set to the music of at the 1932 War Memorial Opera House, 301
ing fair held in a town called Vanity, which shop. Visit act-sf.org/interact to learn more Dmitri Shostakovich, which — alongside Van Ness Ave. Parking at Civic Center
is meant to represent man’s sinful attach- about this and other InterACT events. stories of Stalinist era-censorship of the Garage on McAllister Street between Larkin
ment to worldly things. *** composer’s works — has long been of and Polk streets, or at the Performing Arts
AN ASIDE: American Conservatory ALEXEI RATMANSKY’S “MASTER- interest to Russian-born Ratmansky. Two Garage on Grove Street between Franklin
Theater Artistic Director Pam MacKinnon PIECE” SHOSTAKOVICH TRILOGY hours including two intermissions. Tickets and Gough streets. BART lines serve the
said: “Kate Hamill’s Vanity Fair is a carnival RETURNS TO SAN FRANCISCO BAL- from $29 at (415) 865-2000 or at “Civic Center” station three blocks away at
ride of a great novel made flesh and blood. LET FOR SEVEN PERFORMANCES, www.sfballet.org. May 7, at 7:30 p.m.; Market and Eighth streets. Traffic delays and
Actors create worlds. Feelings are big. MAY 7 TO MAY 1 2 . Alexei Ratmansky’s May 8, at 7:30 p.m.; May 9, at 7:30 p.m.; parking can be unpredictable, so plan to
Ambition is white-hot. I’m thrilled to be Shostakovich Trilogy returns to San May 10, at 8 p.m.; May 11, at 2 p.m.; May arrive early to assure a relaxed, enjoyable
bringing Becky Sharp to The Geary Francisco Ballet from May 7 to May 12, 11, at 8 p.m. and May 12 at 2 p.m. The May experience.
Theater.” closing the Company’s 2019 Repertory 7 opening night of Shostakovich Trilogy
includes a Meet the Artist interview at 6:30
p. m. with Steven D’Amico and Shinji Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay
Eshima. On May 10 and May 12, a “Meet Area Theatre Critics Circle and the American
Theatre Critics Association. She may be reached at
the Orchestra” discussion takes place with susan@smdailyjournal.com.

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Aurora stages witty ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’
By Judy Richter Lady Bracknell forbids the
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT engagement because Jack is an
orphan.
In Oscar Wilde’s “The In the meantime, Algernon is
Importance of Being Earnest, ” intrigued by Jack’s description of
two young women separately vow Cecily and is determined to meet
that they must marry a man named her. He goes to Jack’s manor
Earnest. house in disguise, but the various
In an effort to win their hands, deceptions are soon uncovered,
two young men pretend they’re leading to the play’s resolution.
named Earnest. Of course their In addition to any time with
schemes backfire, but all works Lockwood, the second act has an
out well. amusing scene involving what
Presented by Aurora Theatre amounts to a cat fight between
Company, Wilde’s satire of late the two young women, but they
19th century manners is full of immediately make up when they
his signature bon mots. However, discover what’s going on.
this production directed by Another performance that
incoming artistic director Josh stands out is Trish Mulholland as
Costello doesn’t always work as Miss Prism, Cecily’s governess.
well. Michael Torres does double duty
This is especially true in the as Lane, Algernon’s discrete
first scene in London, where manservant, and as the Rev.
Algernon Moncrieff (Patrick Canon Chasuble, Miss Prism’s
Kelly Jones) welcomes a visit by would-be suitor.
his friend, Jack Worthing Despite shortcomings by the
(Mohammad Shehata), who’s in two young men, the overall pro-
love with Algernon’s cousin, duction is quite enjoyable thanks
Gwendolen Fairfax (Anna Ishida). to Wilde’s wit and Lockwood’s
Jack has a manor house in the performance.
country, where he’s responsible Running about two and a half
for his ward, Cecily Cardew hours with two short intermis-
(Gianna DiGregorio Rivera). To sions, “The Importance of Being
DAVID ALLEN Earnest” will continue through
go to London occasionally, he
pretends he has a wastrel brother Gianna DiGregorio Rivera (left), Patrick Kelly Jones, Sharon Lockwood, Mohammad Shehata, Anna Ishida and May 19 at Aurora Theatre
named Earnest there. Trish Mulholland star in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest.’ Company, 2081 Addison St. ,
Th e co n v ers at i o n b et ween s o p h i s t i cat ed. Bracknell (Sharon Lockwood), ous ways and her impeccable tim- Berkeley.
t h e t wo men s eems s t i l t ed an d Everything brightens, though, and her daughter, Gwendolen. ing. For tickets and information call
man n ered, as i f t h ey were t ry - with the arrival of Algernon’s Lockwood’s Lady Bracknell com- Jack, whom Gwendolen knows (510) 843-4822 or visit auro-
i n g t o o h ard t o b e wi t t y an d aunt, the formidable Lady mands the stage with her imperi- as Earnest, proposes to her, but ratheatre.org.
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Ava DuVernay shares her favorite classic films


By Lindsey Bahr he now counts among his top 10 or 15
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS favorite films.
Indeed, part of the reason for having a film-
LOS ANGELES — To say filmmaker Ava maker like DuVernay collaborate for the
DuVernay is a busy woman is an understate- series is because of the unique perspective
ment, but when Turner Classic Movies called she’d bring as a black woman filmmaker.
and asked her to curate the channel’s “The And she did not disappoint.
Essentials” series, she knew she had to make DuVernay programmed documentaries, first
it work. features and important films by black film-
Usually “The Essentials” is filmed across makers like Julie Dash, who directed and pro-
two or three days. But the only way it would duced the groundbreaking film “Daughters of
fit in with DuVernay’s schedule — which the Dust.” She also included works from
included editing her “Central Park Five” female directors like the late Agnes Varda’s
Netflix miniseries and prepping the DC film first film “La Point Courte” and Chantal
“New Gods,” among other projects — was if Akerman’s “The Meetings of Anna”; interna-
she and TCM host Ben Mankiewicz ruminat- tional films that had a profound effect on her,
ed about 17 films in one marathon day. like Satyajit Ray’s debut “Pather Panchali”;
The new season, which launches Saturday, and important landmarks in representation,
May 4, will include widely known films like like “Sounder” and “Claudine.”
“West Side Story,” ‘’Dog Day Afternoon” and “People who love movies benefit from
“Gandhi” as well as films that may not be as thinking globally about film — globally lit-
familiar, like “Losing Ground.” The erally and globally figuratively,”
Associated Press got a front-row seat to the Mankiewicz said. “In America, we had a class
REUTERS FILE PHOTO system that kept more than half the people
conversations between DuVernay and TCM
host Ben Mankiewicz at the taping last
Director Ava DuVernay arrives for the annual White House Correspondents’Association dinner. out of being the leading voice in making this
month in Los Angeles. Vincente Minnelli’s “Cabin in the Sky,” “And I didn’t even wait three days to call art form, and Ava is proving to be a conduit
It was a film lover’s dream tuning into the which was the first musical to feature a cast of you,” Mankiewicz said. for helping us unlock that.”
in-depth dialogues between the two cinema all African Americans. Some of the films Mankiewicz had never In fact, in making her selections,
fiends. Their talking continued even after the There’s no denying it was a long day, with seen before DuVernay put them on her list, DuVernay chose a number of films that
cameras stopped rolling, from the pronunci- a wardrobe change and everything, but it was like Haile Gerima’s “Ashes and Embers,” weren’t in the TCM library at all, including
ation of actor John Cazale’s name to Queen worth it for both. about a Vietnam veteran returning home, and both “Losing Ground” and “Ashes and
Latifah’s attempt to make a film about singer “It’s like we’re going on a second date,” Kathleen Collins’ semiautobiographical Embers.”
Ethel Waters and whether or not it was appro- DuVernay said as she walked onto the iconic “Losing Ground,” both from 1982. Others he DuVernay said there wasn’t a deep bench of
priate to discuss Lena Horne’s personal living room set — where the fire is fake but had seen before, but said he appreciates in a black filmmakers in the catalog, but that
affairs. The two didn’t shy away from talking the books are real — in her second outfit of different way after his talks with DuVernay, TCM was “really responsive in going out and
about films that may be problematic now but the day. “I’ve changed my clothes. You have, like “Dog Day Afternoon,” ‘’Harlan County getting those licenses” in order to air the
were important at the time either, like too.” U.S.A.” and “The Battle of Algiers,” which films for a wide audience.

Kirov Ballet and the company’s pivotal trip In Paris, Rudi gets a taste of the liberated can tell you what happened, but for those

CROW
Continued from page 19
to Paris in 1961. This has a bit of a disori-
enting effect. The flashbacks to childhood
are beautiful to look at, but are so subtle that
life, going to museums, basking in the
beauty of Gericault’s “The Raft of the
Medusa” at the Louvre, and staying out all
who don’t know Nureyev’s story, I won’t
“spoil” it.
This is not a short film, clocking in at
they hardly reveal anything about why Rudi night with Parisian intellectuals — all over two hours, and it’s also a patient one
is the way he is — a prickly outsider, or while KGB agents monitor his every move. that requires more focus than, say, another
The dance sequences, in training and per- “white crow.” This sort of freedom and fraternization with three-hour film out this week. But it’s also a
formance, are magnificent. Fiennes is fasci- Paris is where the film, and Rudi, comes Westerners obviously doesn’t sit well with rewarding experience, and a true celebration
nated by the athleticism of ballet, and the alive. Rudi is played by Ukrainian dancer them. For the KGB agents, it’s a fascinating of the arts and the sometimes boorish per-
granular details of the flexing muscles in Oleg Ivenko in his acting debut and, in addi- dance: They want to appear enlightened and sonalities behind their beauty.
feet and forearms. tion to being a gorgeous dancer, he does a superior on French soil, but they also need “The White Crow, ” a Sony Pictures
The film skips back and forth in time, fine job holding his own against Fiennes to control Soviet artists and keep them in Classics release, is rated R by the Motion
from Rudi’s sepia-toned and poverty-strick- and Adele Exarchopoulos, who plays Clara line. Picture Association of America for “some
en childhood in frozen Ufa (he was born on Saint, a Parisian woman who helps show That tension comes to a head in a riveting sexuality, graphic nudity, and language.”
a train on the trans-Siberian railway) with Rudi the nightlife in her city. showdown at the airport. A Wikipedia page Running time: 127 minutes. Three and stars
his mother and sisters, to his time with the out of four.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 27
Calendar
Burlingame. This event is part of the
Weinsteincase buys some extra time
American Legion San Bruno Post San Mateo County Poet Laureate’s THE ASSOCIATED PRESS today. We’re glad Burke said closing the courtroom for
409 Breakfast. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. campaign, ‘Speak Poetry,’ which aims that the trial got the hearing was “the only means avail-
757 San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. to elevate and celebrate the literary
Pancakes, toast, waffles, hash browns, arts and their roles in public life. Free. NEW YORK — Harvey Weinstein’s back to September,” able to avoid the tainting of the jury
bacon, omelets and fruit. Coffee, tea For more information call 558-7400. sexual assault trial, postponed until Baez told reporters. pool” because the proceeding dealt with
or juice. $10 adults, $6 children. September, is now poised to end two “This is going to material that “is prejudicial to the defen-
Public is invited. For more informa- ‘Leila’s Quest for Flight.’ 2 p.m.
tion call 345-7388. Dragon Productions Theatre Co., years after a wave of women’s allega- give us an ample dant and is highly inflammatory.”
2120 Broadway, Redwood City. A tions against him sparked the opportunity to dig News coverage, he said, would serve
Spruce Up Your Garden With dynamic show connecting diverse
Rhododendrons. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Los cultural traditions to contemporary (hash)MeToo movement. into the case.” no purpose other than to stir negative
Altos Masonic Lodge, 146 Main St., themes. Free, registration required. A Manhattan judge announced the The three-month public sentiment toward Weinstein
Los Altos. This event is put on by the For more information call 492-2006. delay Friday after a closed-door hearing
American Rhododendron Society. Harvey delay was Lawyers for news organizations,
Free for all ages. For more informa- STEAM: Math. 3 p.m. South San in which prosecutors sought to broaden Weinstein Weinstein’s second including he Associated Press, argued
tion call (408) 920-0884. Francisco Main Library, 840 W. their case to include some of those win of the day, after that the prosecution and defense argu-
Orange Ave., South San
Poetry Walk Celebration. 10 a.m. to Francisco. Origami ninja stars and women’s accounts. Judge James Burke decided to close the ments didn’t meet the high legal stan-
11 a.m. Belmont Library, 1110 experimenting with geometric pat- Weinstein’s trial had been scheduled courtroom and spare him from having dard for banning the media and the pub-
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Join terns. For more information call 829-
us for the unveiling of the Belameda 3860. to begin June 3, but both sides indicated the media and the public hear about the lic. Weinstein’s case is “a matter of
Park’s Poetry Walk and listen to local they need more time to sort through wit- prosecution’s plans to bring various immense and legitimate public inter-
poet laureates share poems. Free. For ‘The Odd Couple.’ 7 p.m. San Mateo ness and evidence issues. It is now set accusers into court. est,” and the allegations against him are
more information call 591-8286. Performing Arts Center, 600 N.
Delaware St. San Mateo. San Mateo for Sept. 9, with jury selection expected Weinstein is charged with assaulting already widely known, said Robert
‘Get Ready!’ Emergency High School Drama presents ‘The to take up to two weeks and testimony two women in New York City, but pros- Balin, a lawyer for the news organiza-
Preparedness Class. 10 a.m. to Odd Couple,’ by Neil Simon. This
noon. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 adaptation switches the gender of lasting about a month. ecutors want jurors to hear from many of tions.
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. each role. Cost is $15. For more infor- Weinstein lawyer Jose Baez, who the dozens of other women whose alle- Prosecutors said it was necessary to
Learn the basic tips and hints for mation call 558-2375. joined the case in January, saw the delay
preparing for an emergency. Free. To
gations against Weinstein haven’t led close the courtroom, both to protect
register or for more information call San Carlos Kiwanis Club Variety as a boon to a defense keen on discredit- to criminal charges. Weinstein’s right to a fair trial and to
522-7490. Show ‘Swing, Jazz and ing his accusers and showing that any Weinstein, 67, has denied all allega- shield the identities of accusers whose
Razzmatazz.’ 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. San
Coping with Dementia for Carlos Kiwanis Club Variety show, 757 encounters were consensual. tions of wrongdoing. He pleaded not names and allegations were expected to
Caregivers. 10 a.m. to noon. Senior Cedar St., San Carlos. Cost is $15 to “We had a very good day in court guilty and is free on $1 million bail. come up during the hearing.
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, $30. For more information call 207-
San Mateo. Registration required. For 5164.
more information call 522-7490.
own humanity and encourage them to Pimentel said she will share the sto-

NORMA
Odd Fellows Film Series — The
Community Meetings-Private American War: From the Hearts better understand the root causes of ries of the families and children she
Sewer Lateral Ordinance and Minds of the Vietcong. 7:30
Feedback. 10 a.m. to noon. Senior p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Half Moon Bay Odd migration. has met at the border in the hopes they
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, Fellows Hall, 526 Main St., Half Moon “These families are here in our coun- will touch others’ hearts and inspire
San Mateo. Free. For more informa- Bay. Using rarely seen North Continued from page 1
tion call 522-7334. Vietnamese archival footage, animat- try,” she said. “It is our responsibility them to think about what they can do
ed illustrations and interviews set in to make sure we don’t overlook the fact to respond to what’s happening.
Spring Open House And No Tax homes, villages and prisons, ‘The humanitarian respite center run by Turk said Bay Area Border Relief has
Garden Sales — San Mateo American War’ gives voice and char- that they’re human beings. We must
Catholic Charities, met parents and expanded its efforts to support
Arboretum Society. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. acter to Vietcong veterans. Free. For not overlook that aspect of the immi-
San Mateo Arboretum Society, 101 more information call 726-7952. children seeking entry into the coun- Pimentel’s work to include fundraising
gration reality we’re seeing here at the
Ninth Ave., San Mateo. Succulents, try and left 36 hours later inspired to for a permanent space for the center as
stone painting and propagation. Free Lady in Red Singles Dance Party. 8 border.”
face painting for kids 4-10 years old. p.m. to 11:55 p.m. Doubletree, 835 do even more. Dubbed Bay Area Border well as coordination of pizza meals at
International bake sale by volunteers Airport Blvd., Burlingame. Tickets Relief, the group has returned to Texas Since 2014, Pimentel has operated
of SMAS. Master Gardeners available cost $20. 21 and over. For more infor- Humanitarian Respite Center in an the center and clothing and supply
for plant advice. Free. For more infor- mation call (415) 507-9962. two more times to support Sister donations. She said the group is plan-
mation call 267-3541. Norma Pimentel’s efforts in operating effort to address asylum seekers’ most
SUNDAY, APRIL 28 urgent needs when they are released ning another trip to the center in June
Belmont Librar y's B ig 13th 29th Pacific Coast Dream the Humanitarian Respite Center in and expects to fill a 26-foot truck with
Machines Show, ‘The Coolest Show McAllen. On Sunday, the group will from detention centers. Turk explained
Birthday Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 5 toiletries, clothing, toys and other
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda on Ear th.’ 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2,000 host Pimentel in Burlingame so she the center provides a hot shower,
de las Pulgas, Belmont. Free. For more antique, vintage, classic, custom and clothes and a hot meal to those who supplies with the help of local
information call 591-8154. exotic machines of all kinds on dis- can share her experience working with libraries and cities.
play for public viewing. Cost is $15- asylum seekers with others. have legally made a claim for asylum.
The Power of Digital Photography 30. For more information call 726-
Group member Lia Turk remembered By the time they are dropped off at the For Turk, Pimentel’s visit offered an
and Family History. 10:30 a.m. to 2328.
noon. Grace Lutheran Church, 2825 the widespread response to the issue center, many are on their way to fami- opportunity for those who have had
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Peninsula Ballet Theatre presents
when the topic of family separations ly members or sponsors who will host concerns about how asylum seekers are
Learn a method for image editing, Carnival of the Animals. 11:30 a.m. them in another part of the country, being treated at the border to bring the
labeling and organization to pre- to 12:30 p.m. Peninsula Ballet at the border flared in national news,
serve and easily find your photos Theatre, 1880 S. Grant St., San Mateo. and hoped hearing from someone noted Turk, who added the center has issue’s complexities in better focus.
again. Free. For more information call Cost $30-$35. Kids under 10 are free. served more than 700 meals daily in
For more information call 342-3242. working on the border will help main- “It will just bring the issue closer to
306-3423. recent weeks.
tain interest in understanding the situ- home and hopefully lots of local peo-
Friends of the San Bruno Public The 18th Annual New Living Expo. Though she acknowledged many of ple will learn more about what’s hap-
Library Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Noon to 9 p.m. San Mateo County ations of those who are seeking pro-
San Bruno Library, 701 Angus Ave. W, Events Center, 2495 S. Delaware St., tection in the United States. the issues causing migration into the pening on the border,” she said.
San Bruno. Bring your own grocery San Mateo. New Living Expo places a
“That issue still hasn’t gone away,” country are not new, Pimentel has seen Sister Norma Pimentel’s presenta-
size bag and fill it up with books. Cost sharp focus on holistic and sustain-
is $7. For more information call 616- able living, and provides an educa- she said. “Families are still being sep- misconceptions about what is happen- tion “A Bridge Among Walls: Update
7078. tional forum that honors cultural her- arated … we don’t want the general ing at the border grow in recent years. from the Border” will be held 4 p.m.
itage, spiritual expression, artistic cre-
ation, wellness education and posi- public to forget about it.” But she has been encouraged by invita- Sunday at Our Lady of Angels
Spring Open House — Arbor Day
fun. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. San Mateo tive social transformation. Cost is Having dedicated her life’s work to tions to speak at elementary schools, Gymnasium, 1721 Hillside Drive in
Arboretum, 101 Ninth Ave. Entrance, $20. For more information call 574- conferences and in events like the one
San Mateo Central Park, San Mateo. 3247. helping refugees on the border, Burlingame. Visit bit.ly/SisterNorma
Enjoy demonstrations, docent tours, Pimentel said the national attention Bay Area Border Relief is hosting to register for free and for more infor-
face painting, bake sale, Master What to do When a Loved One is
on immigration issues has impressed Sunday as well as from organizations mation. Pimentel will hold another
Gardeners and more. Free for all Alive but Not Well or Dies. 2 p.m. to
ages. For more information call 579- 4 p.m. Foster City Recreation Center, upon her the importance of showing across the nation that have traveled to presentation 4 p.m. Monday at the
0536. Mist Room 650, Shell Blvd., Foster the human aspect of the situation at the the center and volunteered. University of San Francisco’s
City. Free. For more information call
Friends of the B elmont Librar y 572-7933. border. Acknowledging how politi- “Once you see it and you recognize McLaren Conference Center, 2130
Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Belmont cized the issue can become, Pimentel that … we have to protect lives … that Fulton St. Visit
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, ‘The Odd Couple.’ 2 p.m. San Mateo
Belmont. Live jazz music. Free. For Performing Arts Center, 600 N. said she hopes the stories of the fami- is something we must never close our bayareaborderrelief.org for more infor-
more information call 591-8286. Delaware St. San Mateo. San Mateo lies who seek refuge from violence in eyes to,” she said. “It’s wonderful that mation on Bay Area Border Relief’s
High School Drama presents ‘The
Odd Couple,’ by Neil Simon. This their countries remind others of their many of us can come together.” efforts.
Learn to Code at the Library. 11
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
SALES/MARKETING STATEMENT #280795 STATEMENT #280874
INTERNSHIPS The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking as: MacKinnon Masonry, 1027 Dodge as: Your CPA Corner LLP, 156 S Spruce
for ambitious interns who are eager to Drive, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Ave Suite 204, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS-
jump into the business arena with both Registered Owner: Andrew MacKinnon CO, CA 94080. Registered Owners:
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs Davis, same address. The business is Tiara Raibley, 503 Pimlico Court, Walnut
of the newspaper and media industries. conducted by an Individual. The regis- Creek, CA 94597 and Roberto Marin,
This position will provide valuable trants commenced to transact business 6667 Aberdale Circle, San Ramon, CA
experience for your bright future. under their FBN on N/A. 94582. The business is conducted by a
Email resume /s/Andrew MacKinnon Davis/ Limited Liability Partnership. The regis-
info@smdailyjournal.com This statement was filed with the Asses- trants commenced to transact business
sor-County Clerk on 3/25/2019. (Publish- under their FBN on 2/11/2019.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, /s/Tiara Raibley/
4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19). This statement was filed with the Asses-
127 Elderly Care sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19).
FAMILY RESOURCE STATEMENT #280774
GUIDE The following person is doing business
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s as: Sunset Construction/The Real Green FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #280965
Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
Cleaning & Home Maintenance, 74 Crys-
twice-a-week resource guide for tal Springs Rd., SAN MATEO, CA 94402. The following person is doing business
children and families. Registered Owner: Philip L Thompson, as: Zhang BioSciences, 734 Nevada
Every Tuesday & Weekend same address. The business is conduct- Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Regis-
ed by an Individual. The registrants tered Owner: Zemin Zhang, same ad-
Look for it in today’s paper to commenced to transact business under dress. The business is conducted by an
their FBN on March 22 2019. Individual. The registrants commenced
find information on family to transact business under the FBN on
resources in the local area, /s/Philip L Thompson/
This statement was filed with the Asses- 4/11/2019.
including childcare. sor-County Clerk on 3/22/2019. (Publish- /s/Zemin Zhang/
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, This statement was filed with the Asses-
4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19). sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
203 Public Notices 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #280679
The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Large amount of cash as: BayArea Electrician, 1933 Garden Dr STATEMENT #280892
turned into the police de- #104, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- The following person is doing business
tered Owner: Iaroslav Stadnyk, 7209 as: Canon Bell Financial, 210 Estates
partment on January 7, Shannon Park Ct., South San Francisco, Dr., SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Regis-
tered Owner: Neria B. Canonizado, same
2019. Rightful owner may CA 94080. The business is conducted by
call the Belmont Police De- an Individual. The registrants com- address. The business is conducted by
an Individual. The registrants com-
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
menced to transact business under their
menced to transact business under their
partment’s Property Officer FBN on 03/14/2019.
FBN on 7/9/14.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME the proposed action.) The independent
/s/Iaroslav Stadnyk/ STATEMENT #281005 STATEMENT #281086 administration authority will be granted
& describe location it was This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Neria B. Canonizado/
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
This statement was filed with the Asses- unless an interested person files an ob-
lost, amount of loss and a sor-County Clerk on 3/14/2019. (Publish-
sor-County Clerk on 4/3/2019. (Publish- as: BAREMINERALS, 144 Hillsdale Mall, as: La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant,
1377 Laurel St., SAN CARLOS, CA jection to the petition and shows good
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered
description of the container 4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Owner: Shiseido Americas Corporation, 94070. Registered Owner: Emilia Acosta cause why the court should not grant au-
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19).
the money is in. 650-595- DE. The business is conducted by a Cor- Estrada, 340 E. Santa Inez Ave. Apt.4,
SAN MATEO, CA 94401. The business
thority.
7431 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME poration. The registrants commenced to is conducted by an Individual. The regis-
A hearing on the petition will be held in
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME transact business under their FBN on this court as follows: MAY 15, 2019 at
4/23, 4/24, 4/25, 4/26, 4/27, STATEMENT #280853 STATEMENT #281015 trants commenced to transact business
The following person is doing business 05/02/2008. under their FBN on N/A. 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
The following person is doing business
4/28, 4/29/19 as: 1)Homeowners Financial 2)Home- as: YK Homes Real Estate, 1605 El Ca-
/s/Maria Chiclana/ /s/Emilia Acosta Estrada/ California, County of San Mateo, 400
owners Mortgage, 421 Portofino Drive, This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
CNS-3245339# SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered
mino Real, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Reg-
sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish-
County Center, Redwood City, CA
SAN MATEO DAILY Owner: Ron Bender, same address. The
istered Owner: Kenneth CK Yip, 307 Par-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 94063.
amount Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030. The If you object to the granting of the peti-
business is conducted by an Individual. 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19).
JOURNAL The registrants commenced to transact
business is conducted by an Individual.
tion, you should appear at the hearing
The registrants commenced to transact
business under their FBN on 3-29-19. business under their FBN on 1/7/2014. and state your objections or file written
/s/Ron Alan Bender/ /s/Kenneth CK Yip/ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Statement of ABANDONMENT OF THE objections with the court before the hear-
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- STATEMENT #281003 USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
sor-County Clerk on 3/29/2019. (Publish- NAME STATEMENT 272773 ing. Your appearance may be in person
sor-County Clerk on 4/17/2019. (Publish- The following person is doing business or by your attorney.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19). as: K SPA, 21 S B St., SAN MATEO, CA doning the use of the Fictitious Business If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). 94401 Registered Owner: TEASHI
STATEMENT #280875 Name: Dignity Health. Name of Busi- itor of the decedent, you must file your
NAILS SALON INC, CA. The business is ness: Sequoia Hospital. Date of original
The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME conducted by a Corporation. The regis- claim with the court and mail a copy to
as: Sarkis Babekian, Authorized Matco FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME filing: 3/15/2017. Address of Principal
STATEMENT #280617 STATEMENT #280919 trants commenced to transact business Place of Business: 170 Alameda de las the personal representative appointed by
Tools Distributor, 9 Don Ct., REDWOOD The following person is doing business The following person is doing business under their FBN on 3/26/2016. Pulgas; Redwood City, CA 94062. Reg- the court within the later of either (1) four
CITY, CA 94062. Registered Owner: as: Lashes by Thi, 1030 Curtis St., MEN- as: EG Handyman Repairs, 34 N Grant /s/Ly, MyHa/ istrant: Dignity Health, CA. The business months from the date of first issuance of
Sarkis Babekian, same address. The LO PARK, CA 94025. Registered Own- St., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- This statement was filed with the Asses- was conducted by a Corporation. letters to a general personal representa-
business is conducted by an Individual. er: Trinh Thi Tran, 125 Mahogany Ln, tered Owner: Enrique Gomez, same ad- sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish- /s/Elizabeth Shih/
UNION CITY, CA 94587. The business is This statement was filed with the Asses- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
The registrants commenced to transact dress. The business is conducted by an ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
business under their FBN on N/A. conducted by an Individual. The regis- Individual. The registrants commenced 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
/s/Sarkis Babekian/ trants commenced to transact business to transact business under their FBN on County on 3/21/19. from the date of mailing or personal de-
under their FBN on 01/01/19. N/A. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- livery to you of a notice under section
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Trinh Tran/ /s/Enrique Gomez/ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME nal, 4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19).
sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
This statement was filed with the Asses- STATEMENT #280982 er California statutes and legal authority
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 3/7/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/5/2019. (Publish- The following person is doing business
4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, as: Brave Little Bird Cards, 853 Commo- NOTICE OF PETITION TO may affect your rights as a creditor. You
4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19). 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). dore Drive, Apt. 518, SAN BRUNO, CA ADMINISTER ESTATE OF may want to consult with an attorney
94066. Registered Owner: Ariana Mea- Gerald Lloyd Vers knowledgable in California law.
gan Ciglar, same address. The business Case Number: 19PRO00438 You may examine the file kept by the
NOTICE INVITING SEALED PROPOSALS
is conducted by an Individual. The regis- court. If you are a person interested in
BASIN C SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PROJECT
trants commenced to transact business To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- the estate, you may file with the court a
CITY PROJECT NO. 46S091-46000-9151 under their FBN on 04/12/2019. Request for Special Notice (form DE-
/s/Ariana M. Ciglar/ tingent creditors, and persons who may
CITY OF SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA
This statement was filed with the Asses- otherwise be interested in the will or es- 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2019. (Publish- tate, or both, of Gerald Lloyd Vers. A praisal of estate assets or of any petition
Sealed Bids for the construction of the BASIN C SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PROJECT will be received by City of
San Mateo, at the office of the Public Works Department, 330 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, California 94403, until 2:00P.M. lo- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Petition for Probate has been filed by or account as provided in Probate Code
cal time on May 20, 2019 at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. The Project consists of replacing por- 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). Frances M. Vers in the Superior Court of section 1250. A Request for Special No-
tions of 6-inch, 8-inch, 10-inch, 18-inch and 21-inch sanitary sewer main with same size polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe at 259 loca- California, County of San Mateo. The tice form is available from the court clerk.
tions. Work will also consist of rehabilitating manholes by lining, repairing channels and benches, and full removal and replace- Attorney for Petitioner:
ment of select manholes. The Work is located within the public right-of-way and within easements on private property in the City of FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Petition for Probate requests that
San Mateo. STATEMENT #281007 Frances M. Vers be appointed as per- Thomas A. Nuris, Esq.
City Representative shall report the results of the bidding to the City Council at which time the City Council may award the contract The following person is doing business sonal representative to administer the 2171 Junipero Serra Blvd, Suite 600
to the lowest responsible bidder as so reported; or as City's interest may dictate. Any protests to award of contract shall follow the as: Camuel Charold Productions, 1395 estate of the decedent. DALY CITY, CA 94014
procedures outlined in City Council Resolution No. 61, dated June 7, 2004. Bay Rd, EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303. The petition requests authority to admin- (650)756-0225
Contractor shall purchase a complete set of plans and specifications and provide contact information through Barker Blue in order Registered Owner: Camuel Charold FILED: 4/12/2019
to be eligible to bid on this project. The Contract Book, plans and proposal forms are available on the City of San Mateo - Public ister the estate under the Independent
Works Bidding Web Portal. Contractors can also email Barker Blue's Customer Support Team at plans@barkerblue.com or call
Baldwin, same address. The business is Administration of Estates Act. (This au- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
conducted by an Individual. The regis- nal on 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 4/27/19 )
650-696-2100 for assistance. Any questions regarding the contract documents should be directed to Elton Yee, Project Manager,
trants commenced to transact business thority will allow the personal representa-
in writing to eyee@cityofsanmateo.org. tive to take many actions without obtain-
All bids shall be accompanied by a bid bond, cashier's check, or certified check made payable to the City of San Mateo in an under their FBN on APRIL 16, 2019.
amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the aggregate amount of the bid. /s/Camuel Charold Baldwin/ ing court approval. Before taking certain
Addenda issued during the time of bidding shall become a part of the documents furnished to bidders for the preparation of bids, This statement was filed with the Asses- very important actions, however, the per-
shall be covered in the bids, and shall be made a part of the Contract. Each bid shall include specific acknowledgement in the sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish- sonal representative will be required to ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
space provided of receipt of all Addenda issued during the bidding period. Failure to so acknowledge may result in the bid being ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, give notice to interested persons unless CHANGE OF NAME
rejected as not responsive. Failure of any bidder to receive such Addenda shall not be grounds for non-compliance with the terms 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19). they have waived notice or consented to CASE# 19C1V01814
of the instructions. It is the responsibility of the contractor to contact the City to determine the existence of any and all addenda. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
The time of completion for this contract shall be two-hundred (200) working days, beginning from the date specified in the Notice
to Proceed. COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
The City reserves the right, as the interest of the City may require and in the City's sole discretion, to reject any or all bids, to The San Bruno Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, May 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
waive any informality in bids, and to accept, modify, or reject any items of the bid, to abandon the project entirely, or in the case of REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
a single bid being received to extend the acceptance date by up to thirty (30) days with notice. The City of San Mateo is a charter 7, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior Center, 1555 Crystal PETITION OF
City and any contract entered into is subject to the provisions of the City of San Mateo Charter, which may supersede certain pro- Springs Road, San Bruno, CA to take action on the following Edatil P Carmona
visions of the Public Contract Code and other provision of state law. item. All interested persons are invited to attend.
To ensure performance, City reserves the right to retain five percent (5%) of the contract price for 35 days after it records the No-
tice of Completion. However, pursuant to the Public Contracts Code Section 22300, Contractor may substitute securities for said TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
five percent (5%) retention or request that City make payments of retentions earned directly to an escrow agent at Contractor's ex- APN 019-043-490. Request adoption of a Resolution confirm- Petitioners: Edatil P Carmona filed a peti-
pense. The provisions of the Public Contracts Code Section 22300 are hereby expressly made a part of the contract. ing review for conformance with the San Bruno General Plan tion with this court for a decree changing
An optional pre-bid conference will be held at 2:00P.M. local time on May 8, 2019 at San Mateo City Hall, located at 330 West names as follows:
20th Avenue, San Mateo, CA. The bid documents and proposal forms WILL NOT be available at this meeting. the disposition (sale) of properties located at 500 Acacia Ave-
Bid security shall be furnished in accordance with Document 00100 - Instructions to Bidders. nue (APN: 020-253-050), 2500 Cottonwood Drive (APN: 017- Present name:
Non-discrimination in employment: Contractor shall not discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, 190-210), and 201 Balboa Way (APN: 020-351-430) owned by Edatil Priscila Carmona Partida
disability, or national origin and shall comply with all federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and orders regarding non-discrimi-
the San Bruno Park School District, pursuant to Education Proposed Name:
nation. Contractor shall positively and aggressively demonstrate the principle of equal opportunity in employment. Edatil Priscila Carmona Manzo
In all advertisement for labor or other personnel or requests for employees of any nature, Contractor and each Subcontractor shall Code Section 17464 et sec. Recommended Environmental De-
state that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual termination: Not a Project
orientation, disability, or national origin.” THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
In general, the prevailing wage scale, as determined by the Director of Industrial Relations of the State of California, in force on interested in this matter shall appear be-
the day this bid was announced, will be the minimum paid to all craftsmen and laborers working on this project. In some cases, San Mateo Avenue Streetscape Plan. Conduct a study ses- fore this court at the hearing indicated
prevailing wage determinations have either a single asterisk (*) or double asterisks (**) after the expiration date in effect on the sion to receive initial input on the conceptual designs and pro- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
date of advertisement for bids. In cases where the prevailing wage determinations have a single asterisk (*) after the expiration
date which are in effect on the date of advertisement for bids, such determinations remain in effect for the life of the project. vide an update on the progress of the San Mateo Avenue tition for change of name should not be
Prevailing wage determinations which have double asterisks (**) after the expiration date indicate that the basic hourly wage rate, Streetscape Plan, and results of community outreach process granted. Any person objecting to the
overtime, and holiday pay rates, and employer payments to be paid for work performed after this date have been predetermined. If to date. name changes described above must file
work is extended past this date, the new rate must be paid and should be incorporated in contracts the Contractor enters into. Pur- a written objection that includes the rea-
suant to Section 1773 of the Labor Code, the general prevailing wage rates in the county, or counties, in which the work is to be
done have been determined by the Director of the California Department of Industrial Relations. The wages as set forth in the Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, April 27, 2019. sons for the objection at least two court
General Prevailing Wage Rates for this project will be posted at the job site. It is understood that it is the responsibility of the bid- days before the matter is scheduled to
der to determine the correct scale. The City will keep a copy of the wage scale in the City Clerk's office for the convenience of bid- be heard and must appear at the hearing
ders. The State Prevailing Wage Rates may also be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations internet web to show cause why the petition should
site at http://www.dir.ca.gov. Any errors or defects in the materials in the City Clerk's office will not excuse a bidder's failure to not be granted. If no written objection is
comply with the actual scale then in force.
No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid proposal for a public works project and no contractor or subcontractor may timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
be awarded a contract for public work on a public works project unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pur-
suant to Labor Code section 1725.5. This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of In-
dustrial Relations.
Contractor's License Classification: In accordance with the provisions of California Business and Professions Code, Section 7028,
LEGAL NOTICES tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
petition shall be held on 5/21/19 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Owner has determined that Contractor shall possess a valid Class A Contractor License at the time of Bid and for the duration of
the contract. Failure to possess the specified license shall render the Bid as non-responsive and shall act as a bar to award of the
Fictitious Business Name Statements, Order to Show Cause shall be published
contract to any Bidder not possessing said license at the time of Bid opening. Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, at least once each week for four succes-
The Contractors' State License Board may be contacted at 9821 Business Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95827; P.O. Box 26000,
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
Sacramento, CA 95826; (800) 321-2752. ing on the petition in the following news-
In accordance with California Civil Code, Section 3247, a payment bond is required.
In accordance with California Public Contract Code, Section 22300, Contractor may substitute securities in place of retained
Notice of Public Sales and More. paper of general circulation:
funds, as provided in Document 00602 - Escrow Agreement for Security Deposits in Lieu of Retention. San Mateo Daily Journal
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. Filed: 4/8/2019
Dated: April 28, 2019 /S/ DIANE PAPAN, MAYOR /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 4/4/2019
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com (Published 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19,
5/4/19).
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203 public notices 203 public notices 297 Bicycles 298 collectibles 304 furniture 304 furniture
notice of petition to ing on the petition in the following news- Mountain BiKe. Top brand. Runs two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- antiQue dining table for six people diSplay caSe, glass top. 27”x20”x2”
adMiniSter eState of paper of general circulation: good. $39. (660)342-5220 ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842.
Arthur L Reno San Mateo Daily Journal both. Steve (650)518-6614
Case Number: 19PRO00459 Filed: 4/11/2019 antiQue MoHagany Bookcase. Four dreSSer-antiQue vanity Combo, 3
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ 298 collectibles vintage SteMware: 3 styles, 23 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- Judge of the Superior Court pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 (650)290-3188
tingent creditors, and persons who may Dated: 4/10/2019 15 lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- BedStead Single, poster style, box
otherwise be interested in the will or es- (Published 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and spring, mattress available. $40.00.
tate, or both, of Arthur L Reno, Arthur 5/11/19). more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839
299 computers (650)593-7408
engliSH draw Table, $50 Solid Wood
48" with two 12" pull-out leaves,
Lee Reno, Arthur Reno, Art Reno. A Pe- 19" color Monitor with stand VG con- call(650)697-3709
tition for Probate has been filed by Beige Sofa $99. Excellent Condition
1984 tiMe magazine. Special 1994 dition power cord/owners manual includ- (650) 315-2319
Donald M. Ahlbach in the Superior Court Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 etHan allen sofa and love seat. Blue
of California, County of San Mateo. The (650)588-0842 Brown living room chair with cush- velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
Petition for Probate requests that order to SHow cauSe for ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D. or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
Donald M. Ahlbach be appointed as per- recordaBle cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
cHange of naMe 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, $70..00. Transport yourself. Call
sonal representative to administer the CASE# 19C1V01948 deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. (650)872-2371
estate of the decedent. (650) 578 9208 glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
The petition requests the decedent’s will COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, BunK BedS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, approx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer 300 toys years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or iKea dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
bate. The will and any codicils are availa- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- B/O (650)685-2494
ble for examination in the file kept by the PETITION OF 14-1000-pcS puzzleS $3.00 ea. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
4162
court. Christopher Michael Rivas (650)207-4162 cHina caBinet Wallet, $20. Call iKea taBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
The petition requests authority to admin- collectaBle caBBage Patch Kids (650)589-1407 $ 30. (650)598-9804.
ister the estate under the Independent TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New aMerican flyer locomotive runs
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- Petitioners: Christopher Michael Rivas Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 coMputer deSK (glass) & chair. Like inflataBle coleMan queen size
thority will allow the personal representa- filed a petition with this court for a decree new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or mattress-56"x75". Includes air pump,
changing names as follows: (650) 572-8895 JuMp and Play Keyboard brand new, in
tive to take many actions without obtain- gtecher@comcast.net sheets and mattress pad. $25 (650)654-
ing court approval. Before taking certain Present name: original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. 9252
Christopher Michael Rivas depreSSion glaSS Dining Plate. 8
very important actions, however, the per- 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. coMputer deSK with 3 side drawers .
sonal representative will be required to Proposed Name: Star warS Celebration 3 Darth Vader Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask MaHogany tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
Christopher Michael Luby $12 (650)762-6048 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
give notice to interested persons unless for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
they have waived notice or consented to gaMeS of the 23rd Olympiad maga- leave message 3709
the proposed action.) The independent THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- 302 antiques
administration authority will be granted interested in this matter shall appear be- coMputer Swivel CHAIR. Padded MattreSS, twin long, excellent condi-
fore this court at the hearing indicated 0842 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 tion, $25, (650) 552-9556
unless an interested person files an ob- Beer SteinS-original from Germa-
jection to the petition and shows good below to show cause, if any, why the pe- ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
tition for change of name should not be lennox red Rose, Unused, hand (650)592-7483 deSK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. new deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
cause why the court should not grant au- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
thority. granted. Any person objecting to the (650)458-3578 ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
name changes described above must file $12.00. (650) 578 9208. Sell! (650) 875-8159.
A hearing on the petition will be held in
a written objection that includes the rea-
this court as follows: MAY 10, 2019 at sons for the objection at least two court Miller lite Neon sign , work good MaHogany antiQue Secretary desk,
9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- dining cHairS -Six Antique, niagara viBrating Adjustable bed
days before the matter is scheduled to $59 call (650)218-6528 Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
California, County of San Mateo, 400 be heard and must appear at the hearing elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
(650)888-2662 (408)656-0958
County Center, Redwood City, CA to show cause why the petition should old, antiQue, Bottle Collection: 20
94063. bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 roSeville tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900.
not be granted. If no written objection is $45. (650)574-2490. Queen Sofa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?),
If you object to the granting of the peti- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- dining rooM Table-Antique,Oak, Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition,
tion, you should appear at the hearing tion without a hearing. A hearing on the one collection of antique Cuban 5chairs, w/ extension $200 call (650)697-3709
and state your objections or file written petition shall be held on 5/23/19 at 9 Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No 303 electronics (650)290-3188 .
objections with the court before the hear- a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Texting.
ing. Your appearance may be in person Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this free televiSion - Mitsubishi, retro HutcH Needs refinishing other-
or by your attorney. Order to Show Cause shall be published SMall rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not dining taBle (36"x54") and 4 match- wise good condition. Top detaches from
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- at least once each week for four succes- 4162 Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for bottom $25. (650)712-9962
itor of the decedent, you must file your sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Delivery available. $250 .(650)-654-1930.
claim with the court and mail a copy to ing on the petition in the following news- SteMMed cryStal. 3 styles. 13 Sofa-Beige faBric, Orig. $900,
the personal representative appointed by paper of general circulation: pieces. Pattern: "Catherine". onKyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital dining taBle - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT Rarely used, 7ft long, $350
the court within the later of either (1) four San Mateo Daily Journal $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- (650)234-8218
months from the date of first issuance of Filed: 4/11/2019 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
letters to a general personal representa- /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ toppS BaSeBall complete set 1987 Solid wood Dining table with exten-
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the Judge of the Superior Court thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- pHillipS-50” color t.v., Heavy, $99 dining taBle. 72" by 42". With leaf sion great piece great condition black
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days Dated: 4/10/2019 4474 (650)591-8062 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 $80 (650)364-5263
from the date of mailing or personal de-
livery to you of a notice under section
(Published
5/11/19).
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knowledgable in California law.
You may examine the file kept by the 295 art
court. If you are a person interested in
ACROSS 3 Short-tailed 32 Third-stringers 45 Warner __,
the estate, you may file with the court a oil painting-canvaSS, Victorian
Request for Special Notice (form DE- Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- OBO (650)515-6091 1 Venue for seven weasel 33 Excavate, with “in” ’20s-’30s
praisal of estate assets or of any petition
or account as provided in Probate Code tapia: painting, SeaScape, Verdi premieres 4 Slayers, in the 34 Hill worker portrayer
section 1250. A Request for Special No- FRAMED, w/light, 60"sq., $499.OBO. 8 Savannah grazer Buffyverse 35 Often not of Dr. Fu
13 Mesmerize a Yankee Manchu
Local Artist, Call for info (650)303-1670
5 Husky’s hello
tice form is available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner:
Donald M. Ahlbach 296 appliances 15 Sudoku skill 6 “Training Day” supporter 46 Forehead
Law Office of Donald M. Ahlbach
PO Box 1377 16 1982 bestseller law org. 38 Sunday subject covering
using Milne
air conditioner 10000 BTU w/re-
SAN MATEO, CA 94401 mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG 7 Soothing 41 Spot for a drink 48 “I’m done
(650)348-5577
FILED: 4/16/2019
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- characters, with succulents 42 Satisfy a debt with this
“The”
0898
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
8 Fictional 44 Andrews with one”
nal on 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 4/27/19 ) free waSHer and 220v dryer, both 18 Vermont Ski photojournalist an Oscar, two 49 Silver of
and Snowboard
working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
move, stairs. 9 Drilling org. Emmys and FiveThirtyEight
Museum town three Grammys 53 Bon __
10 “Later”
19 Leaning
glaSS-panel laMpSHade. Similar
11 100 times ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
20 Unchecked
order to SHow cauSe for
$75 (650)727-7266
22 Will of “Blue a year,
cHange of naMe Hotpoint Heavy Duty Dryer excellent
Bloods” roughly
12 Sipped cooler
CASE# 19C1V01949 working condition Burlingame $50 Call
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Dan (408)656-0958 24 Tide may wash it
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, away 14 Daydreaming
17 No-nonsense
Maytag waSHer excellent working
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan 25 When one might
PETITION OF
Chelsea Michelle French
(408)656-0958
eat bánh chung dismissal
Mfg H20laBS Model 300 exc cond 26 See 2-Down 21 Factor in golf
club selection
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
Petitioners: Chelsea Michelle French 28 Act addition?
filed a petition with this court for a decree new, Singer Sewing Machine Univer-
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- 29 Fashion 23 It’s often
done on
changing names as follows:
Present name: chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 30 1987 film loosely
Chelsea Michelle French
Proposed Name: tiffany Style Lamp shade. Older- based on “Cyrano highways
Chelsea Michelle Luby multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
727-7266.
de Bergerac” 27 Pull in
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons 32 Gugino of 29 Fetish
interested in this matter shall appear be-
u.S. range Co. 36" commercial range
(1984 model) w/large single oven. 4 “Wayward Pines” 30 Obsolete
fore this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
burners, broiler,12x24 griddle. Black with 33 “C’mon, man!” organizers
35 Daughter of Billy 31 Highly
s/s backsplash, shelf. Works, clean, no
tition for change of name should not be missing parts. Orig. owner, home use on-
granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above must file
ly. U-haul. $650 Call Mark 650-207-0882. Ray populated
a written objection that includes the rea- vacuuM cleaner (reconditioned) 36 Respond to a people? 04/27/19
sons for the objection at least two court
days before the matter is scheduled to
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 pledge drive
be heard and must appear at the hearing
297 Bicycles 37 Star qualities
38 Portuguese saint
to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- adult BiKeS 1 regular and 2 with bal- 39 Sea follower?
40 Small amount
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
petition shall be held on 5/23/19 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, cHild’S ScHwinn Bicycle, Blue in 41 Get ready
to compete,
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes- Mountain BiKe new 21 gears $100. bodybuilder-style
43 Low-pay position
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- (650)722-3634
47 Antic
50 Merrie Monarch
Festival
celebration
51 Cunning canines
52 “Glass” director
54 Soccer Hall of
Famer __ Lalas
55 Teaching a
lesson, perhaps
56 Emulates a
matryoshka doll,
save one
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04/27/19
author ©2019 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
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304 furniture 306 housewares 310 Misc. for Sale 311 Musical instruments Garage Sales 620 Automobiles
Solid Wood Entertainment Center- MikASA Set. White. Modern (square) Blue oySter cult lp signed by donald SPinet PiAno + Bench, $50. Call MAzdA 2016 Sky Active one owner per-
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash (650)589-1407 fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o neW "BellA" buffet triple slow cooker
(408)661-6019
VintAGe AutoPiAno upright player
GArAGe SAleS $19,995 OBO (650)520-4650

(925)482-5742 and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592-


2648
CASh reGiSter Parts; Much Skin Not
Guts $500 (415)269-4784
piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
message or email flycsir@hotmail.com
eStAte SAleS niSSAn ‘12 Leaf, Electric, low mileage
34,500 Excellent condition (650)796-
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Sunday Mass canceled across Sri Lanka a week after bombings
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ty document describing Roman Catholic
churches and other denominations as a major
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Catholic leaders target. Ranjith, who is the archbishop of
canceled Sunday Masses indefinitely across Colombo, asked the faithful across Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka and officials urged Muslims to stay to stay home for their own safety.
home for Friday prayers in an extraordinary “We don’t want repetitions,” Ranjith said.
call by the clergy to curtail worship as fear of It was an extraordinary request for a
more attacks plagued the island nation after Catholic clergyman to make, as churches
the deadly suicide bombings on Easter. often remain a refuge. It came on the day that
Shops were closed, streets were empty and priests allowed journalists inside one of the
heavy security patrols continued across the bombed churches, St. Anthony’s Shrine in
country despite police saying the alleged Colombo, where broken glass littered a
mastermind of the attacks that killed over blood-stained floor. Giovanni Maria Vian, a
250 people had died in one of the suicide church historian and emeritus editor of the
blasts. Vatican newspaper, said he believed it was the
Those Sri Lankans who did venture out first time the church had canceled Masses
spoke about the fear encompassing daily life across a country for security reasons.
at a level unseen since a long civil war ended The U.S. Embassy in Sri Lanka also warned
a decade ago. Many are angry that the gov- the public to stay away from places of wor-
ernment, paralyzed by internal disputes, had- ship over the weekend, a stark alert underlin-
n’t acted on intelligence obtained weeks ing that authorities believe that attackers
before Easter that warned of the attacks. REUTERS FILE PHOTO remain at large.
On Friday night, Sri Lanka’s military said Crime scene officials inspect the explosion area at Shangri-La hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Authorities told Muslims to worship at
its soldiers in the eastern part of the country the death toll to misidentifying a Brown ister say militants remain on the loose and home rather than attend communal Friday
engaged in a gunbattle with suspects believed University student as a militant — only added have access to explosives. That has led to prayers that are the most important religious
to be linked to the attacks, and police to the public’s worries. increased security at shrines, churches, tem- service of the week, but several mosques held
announced a 24-hour curfew until further “Everyone is nervous,” said Abdullah ples and mosques across the multiethnic services anyway. At a mosque in Colombo,
notice in the Muslim-dominated area where Mohammed, a 48-year-old Muslim in country of 21 million off the southern coast police armed with Kalashnikov assault rifles
the shooting took place. Colombo. “Not just the Muslims. Buddhists, of India. stood guard outside for hundreds of worship-
Continuing government confusion in its Christians, Hindus — everybody’s nervous.” Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith told journalists pers as the imam inside and others wept while
investigation — from drastically lowering Officials from the police to the prime min- that church officials had seen a leaked securi- praying to Allah to help their country.

their performance. sunk into the design in advance of the com- into this turn into something great,” she

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As part of the competition, teams needed
to design a remote control robot capable of
picking up balls which were shot into a
petition were made easier by the enthusiasm
shared among teammates, he said.
“What’s great about our team culture is
said.
The victory is not the end of the road for
the Iron Panthers though, as teammates are
goal, then the robot moved a disc to cover that everyone really wants to contribute,” taking a victory lap with hopes of spread-
the goal. he said. “It’s great to see all types of people ing awareness about the joy of science,
the reigning champions from Bellarmine Teammates needed to drive and navigate volunteering on all different types of technology, engineering and math with
Prep. The Iron Panthers were not the only the robot, as well as tune and repair techni- tasks.” younger students.
local representatives in the champi- cal issues. As part of the process, teammates Getting everyone to work together is not As part of that effort, she said some team-
onships, as the Boba Bots from Mills High honed their skills in programming, wiring, without its challenges though, noted robot mates are looking to inspire young students
School placed 31st out of 67 teams. design and a variety of other engineering driver Cherilyn Yu, who said one of the more by granting them some exposure to robot-
Senior Chris Sung celebrated the win as a techniques. difficult elements of competition is collec- ics. The team will also be at the Dream
testament to the dedication and collabora- Beyond individual capabilities required to tively navigating a playing field occupied Machines event in Half Moon Bay this
tion among Iron Panthers teammates. build and operate the robot, co-captain by so many other robots. weekend showing off its robot.
“It just feels really good to be in a posi- Darrion Chen said communication and job She said the rapid pace of competition at For her part, Mohr said she is optimistic
tion where we can see our robot reach that sharing with other teammates was essential the championship can be taxing as well, the team’s success will give greater expo-
level of accomplishment,” he said. to reach peak performance. since only 10 minutes is granted between sure to the benefits of teamwork and inno-
Team co-captain Katherine Mohr shared a “You can’t just build one system and not matches, troubleshooting issues in a limit- vative design.
similar sentiment. accommodate for other teams,” said Chen. ed window requires maximum efficiency. “It’s not just about winning the competi-
“This has really just been an incredible Since no one was capable of working in Overcoming those hurdles make the ulti- tion, it’s also about being able to teach the
moment for our team,” said Mohr, who isolation, Chen said the collective effort mate reward even more gratifying, said younger generation about engineering and
noted much of the team is comprised of sen- needed to succeed makes the victory much Mohr. robotics so they have this great education,”
iors who are departing at the pinnacle of more gratifying. But the countless hours “We have seen all the effort we are putting she said.

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