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Weekend • May 4-5, 2019 • XIX, Edition 217 www.smdailyjournal.com

Unemployment hits 49-year low


Employers added a robust 263,000 jobs in April
By Christopher Rugaber Inside increase that is set to become the longest in history
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS matched the in July.
increase in “The broader economy remains on
WASHINGTON — U.S. employers March. solid footing, meaning that coming
added a robust 263,000 jobs in April, Friday’s jobs months will see continued job gains
suggesting that businesses have report from the and faster wage growth,” said Richard
shrugged off earlier concerns that the Labor Department Moody, chief economist at Regions
economy might slow this year and Hiring surge lifts showed that solid Financial Corp.
economy, Trump’s economic growth Trump administration officials
now anticipate strong customer re-election chance
demand. is still encourag- insisted that the job market’s gains
See page 6 ing strong hiring were a result of the president’s tax cuts
The unemployment rate fell to a five- Stocks end broadly
decade low of 3.6% from 3.8%, though higher on jobs report nearly a decade and deregulatory policies.
that drop reflected a rise in the number into the econo- “We have entered a very strong and
See page 10 my’s recovery durable prosperity cycle,” said Larry
of people who stopped looking for
work. Average hourly pay rose 3.2% from the Great REUTERS FILE PHOTO
from 12 months earlier, a healthy Recession. The economic expansion See JOBS, Page 12 A man walks into a job fair in Sandy, Utah.

Restroom birth
mom case ends
with probation
Redwood City woman faced
prison for attempted murder
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

More than a year and a half after a


woman attempted to drown the baby
boy she just gave birth to in the rest-
room of a Redwood City McDonald’s
restaurant, the 27-year-old facing a
four-year prison term for the Sept. 4,
2017, incident received five years pro- Sarah Lockner
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL bation Friday, according to the San
Surrounded by panelists Mark Madrid,left,and Javier Gonzalez,right,Redwood City native Ashley Quintana tells the audience how Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.
she came to be a public policy manager at Facebook and offers advice to young Latinos looking to break into the tech industry. Sarah Lockner was also sentenced to one year of county
jail and received 694 days credit for time served. Judge

Getting Latinos into tech


Stephanie Garratt allegedly said that though she believes
See LOCKNER, Page 12

Redwood City event focuses on opportunities, challenges San Mateo to scope sleeping
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF quarters for police officers
Latinos are the nation’s largest Long commutes and rising housing
minority group, the community will
double in population over the next 30 costs put pressure on city’s police force
years and yet it comprises less than 3% By Anna Schuessler
of the tech industry, according to the DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
League of California Cities-Latino
Caucus. With more than 40 percent of San Mateo police officers
That nonprofit hosted a panel dis- commuting more than an hour to get to work each day, offi-
cussion Friday, May 3, featuring a cials say an increasing number of officers serving the city
group of Latino entrepreneurs and tech are in need of a place to sleep between shifts.
workers who discussed their own career On Monday, San Mateo officials are set to discuss
paths and offered advice to young whether the city can help address the challenges police offi-
Latinos interested in breaking into the cers are facing with lengthy commutes and long hours and
industry. what steps can be taken to provide reliable sleeping quar-
See LATIONS, Page 11 See SLEEP, Page 11
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2 Weekend • May 4-5, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“The trouble with being punctual is
that nobody’s there to appreciate it.”
— Franklin P. Jones, American journalist-humorist

This Day in History


The first group of “Freedom Riders”

1961 left Washington, D.C., to challenge


racial segregation on interstate buses
and in bus terminals.
In 1 6 2 6 , Dutch explorer Peter Minuit landed on present-
day Manhattan Island.
In 1 8 8 6 , at Haymarket Square in Chicago, a labor demon-
stration for an 8-hour work day turned into a deadly riot
when a bomb exploded.
In 1 9 1 6 , responding to a demand from President Woodrow
Wilson, Germany agreed to limit its submarine warfare.
(However, Germany resumed unrestricted submarine warfare
the following year.)
In 1 9 2 5 , an international conference opened in Geneva to
forge an agreement against the use of chemical and biologi-
cal weapons in war; the Geneva Protocol was signed on June
17, 1925 and went into force in 1928.
In 1 9 3 2 , mobster Al Capone, convicted of income-tax
evasion, entered the federal penitentiary in Atlanta.
(Capone was later transferred to Alcatraz Island.)
In 1 9 4 2 , the Battle of the Coral Sea, the first naval clash
fought entirely with carrier aircraft, began in the Pacific dur- REUTERS
ing World War II. (The outcome was considered a tactical vic- A three-eyed carpet python is seen in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
tory for Japan, but ultimately a strategic one for the Allies.)
In 1 9 5 9 , the first Grammy Awards ceremony was held at *** ***
the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Domenico Modugno won Record The robes of judges used to be very col- Squid, octopus and cuttlefish use ink as
of the Year and Song of the Year for “Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu orful, until the death of Queen Mary II protection. They squirt black ink to
(Volare)”; Henry Mancini won Album of the Year for “The in 1694. Judges’ robes were changed to escape predators.
Music from Peter Gunn.” black to mourn her death, and they ***
In 1 9 6 8 , the Oroville Dam in Northern California was ded- have stayed that way. Entrepreneurs Duncan Black and
icated by Gov. Ronald Reagan; the 770-foot-tall earth-filled *** Alonzo Decker founded a machine
structure, a pet project of Reagan’s predecessor, Pat Brown,
Single women take note: Most men shop in Baltimore, Maryland, in
remains the tallest dam in the United States, but was also the
prefer that women wear a black outfit 1917. The business expanded phenom-
scene of a near disaster in February 2017 when two spill-
on a first date. enally. Today, Black & Decker is the
ways collapsed, threatening for a time to flood parts of three
*** world’s largest producer of power tools
counties in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
Two survivors from a shipwreck, a boy and accessories.
Physicist John Wheeler (1911-2008) named Alec and a horse, are stranded on ***
Birthdays coined the term “black hole” in the a dessert island. They learn to trust Before he found fame as a country
1960s. A black hole is a supposed each other and establish a friendship. music artist, Clint Black (born 1962)
region in outer space that has such a The story is “Black Stallion,” a novel worked as an ironworker and a fishing
strong gravitational pull that not even written by Walter Farley in 1941. guide.
light can escape. *** ***
*** The uniform of major league umpires Punaluu Black Sand Beach is located
When playing Texas Hold ‘Em poker, requires black underwear. It is for mod- on the Big Island of Hawaii, between
the value of the black poker chips is esty, in case their pants rip. Naalehu and Pahala. The black sand is
$100. *** fine particles of crushed lava.
*** Black beans, and all dried beans, are a ***
Baseball player Shoeless Joe good source of calcium, but about half Ans wer: They are k nown as “black
Singer-actress Pia Country singer Actor Will Arnett is Jackson’s (1889-1951) baseball bat, of the calcium is lost during cooking. box es.” Built to surv iv e an airplane
Zadora is 67. Randy Travis is 60. 49. called “Black Betsy,” sold at an auc- *** crash, the black box es are put through
The former president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, is 91. tion in 2001 for $577,610. Blackbirds used to be eaten as a delica- a series of tests: a fire test (1100
Katherine Jackson, matriarch of the Jackson musical family, *** cy. Hence the origin of the rhyme: degrees centigrade for 60 minutes), a
is 89. Jazz musician Ron Carter is 82. Pulitzer Prize-winning It used to be believed that ghosts “Sing a song of sixpence/A pocket full pierce test (a 500-pound weight
political commentator George Will is 78. Pop singer Peggy lurked around cemeteries at burials of rye/Four and twenty dropped onto the box from 10 feet),
looking for living bodies to invade. blackbirds/Baked in a pie.” static crush (5, 000-pound pressure
Santiglia Davison (The Angels) is 75. Actor Richard Jenkins
is 72. Country singer Stella Parton is 70. Actor-turned-clergy- Wearing black protected funeral-goers *** applied) and a crash impact test. Black
because ghosts could not see black. Unlike grizzly bears, black bears are box es are actually orange, therefore
man Hilly Hicks is 69. Irish musician Darryl Hunt (The
That is why black is worn for mourn- highly unlikely to attack people in easy to locate in the ev ent of a crash.
Pogues) is 69. Singer Jackie Jackson (The Jacksons) is 68.
ing. defense of their cubs.
Rhythm-and-blues singer Oleta Adams is 66. Sen. Doug
*** ***
Jones, D-Ala., is 65. Violinist Soozie Tyrell (Bruce Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
Springsteen and the E Street Band) is 62. Actress Mary Do you know what the flight data The anise hyssop plant, in the mint
recorder and cockpit voice recorder on family, is known as the Black the weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
McDonough is 58. Comedian Ana Gasteyer is 52. Rock musi- Questions? Comments? Email
airplanes are commonly known as? Jellybean Plant because the leaves are knowitall(at)smdailyjournal.com or call 344-
cian Mike Dirnt (Green Day) is 47. Contemporary Christian
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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, May 1 Powerball Fantasy Five Saturday : Mostly sunny, with a high near
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 66 6 7 25 27 32 69.


5 23 28 56 17
Saturday Ni g ht: Mostly cloudy, with a
LIRGL Powerball

Daily Four
low around 52.
May 3 Mega Millions Sunday : Partly sunny, with a high near
0 9 4 7 68.
8 16 22 66 68 11
Sunday Ni g ht: Mostly cloudy, with a
SLOAS Mega number
Daily three midday low around 52.
May 1 Super Lotto Plus 8 4 0 Mo nday : Mostly sunny, with a high near 73. Light and
variable wind becoming west southwest 5 to 9 mph in the
2 3 4 13 47 2 Daily three evening afternoon.
LIMWED Mega number Mo nday Ni g ht: Partly cloudy, with a low around 50. West
5 9 5 wind 5 to 9 mph becoming light west southwest in the
The Daily Derby race winners are Big Ben, No. 4, in evening.
first place; Gorgeous George, No. 8, in second place; Tues day : Mostly sunny, with a high near 73.
Thurs day Ni g ht: Partly cloudy, with a low around 50.
CABONE and Lucky Charms, No. 12, in third place.The race time
Fri day : Mostly sunny, with a high near 73.
was clocked at 1:42.59.
Now arrange the circled letters
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Moss Beach man gets 11 Police reports


Java the hutt
A customer threw hot coffee at a barista

years prison for shooting


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT he would shoot them, shares with his parents on Lancaster
on Broadway in Redwood City, it was
reported at 9:47 p.m. Friday, April 26. 

FOSTER CITY
asked why Wilson didn’t Boulevard. The victim was hospitalized in
A 51-year-old Moss Beach man found call for backup if he was stable condition and a shattered forearm DUI. A motorist was driving under the influ-
guilty of felony assault with a deadly with the FBI, prompting now held together with metal rods, accord- ence on the San Mateo Bridge, it was report-
weapon for shooting a man trying to assist him to simulate talking ing to prosecutors. ed at 10:26 p.m. Thursday, May 2.
him in 2017 was sentenced to 11 years in into a shoulder micro- On Feb. 20 after a 10-day jury trial, Petty theft. Someone stole a license plate
state prison Friday, according to the San phone. The men drove Wilson was found not guilty of attempted off of a parked vehicle on Balboa Lane, it
Mateo County District Attorney’s Office. away when he walked murder and guilty of felony assault with a was reported at 10:19 a.m. Thursday, May 2.
In custody on $11 million bail, Edward across the street, accord- deadly weapon. The jury also found Arres t. A Foster City man was arrested for a
Wilson was also required to pay the man $15,000 warrant on Matsonia Drive, it was
Edward Wilson ing to prosecutors. enhancements that he used a firearm and
reported at 4:18 a.m. Thursday, May 2.
he shot once in the abdomen and once in At 10:30 p.m., another inflicted great bodily injury to be true,
the arm $6, 000 in restitution and was man in his 50s was in his home on the 900 according to prosecutors. Arres t. An Oakland man was arrested for
denied probation. He will receive 707 block of Ethedore Street when he heard District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe com- driving with a suspended license on Pilgrim
days credit for time served, according to screaming from outside his front window. mended Judge Donald Ayoob for sentencing Drive, it was reported at 9:20 a. m.
prosecutors. The man saw Wilson bent over in the street Wilson to a lengthy prison term, noting the Wednesday, May 1.
Less than an hour before Wilson shot a and went outside to ask him if he needed community will be protected because of his Arres t. An Oakland man was arrested on a
man outside his home Sept. 4, 2017, he is help. Wilson is said to have told the man to judgment. warrant for reckless driving on Vintage Park
said to have approached two men sitting in get away from him and shot him twice, once “This is a dangerous individual and that’s Drive, it was reported at 1:54 a. m.
a car on Lancaster Boulevard in Moss Beach in the abdomen and once in the arm, accord- why Judge Ayoob got it right,” he said. Wednesday, May 1.
with two guns in his hand, telling them he ing to prosecutors. “We’re fortunate this is not a murder case.”
was with the FBI and needed help, according The man’s roommate was watching from Wilson’s defense attorney Gerritt Rutgers REDWOOD CITY
to prosecutors. the front window and called police, who could not be immediately reached for com- Reckl es s dri v i ng . A motorist hit a traffic
The two men, afraid to drive away in fear later found Wilson in front of his home he ment. cone before stopping in the middle of the
road, it was reported at 11:04 p. m.
to receive no jail time, noting his client had Wednesday, May 1.
Jail, probation for former teacher Local brief accepted responsibility for his actions. Hi t-and-run. A pedestrian was injured
A former employee at the Nueva School’s Wagstaffe said the case is a reminder to all after a car hit them on Elwood Street, it was
San Mateo campus who sent lewd and inap- gy department after the teen’s parents dis- parents to remain vigilant about their chil- reported at 6:14 p.m. Wednesday, May 1.
propriate text messages to a 14-year-old covered an intimate text conversation dren’s activities. Arres t A motorist was arrested for driving
female student in 2017 was sentenced to six between Whiteman and their daughter and “While technology is spectacular, parents under the influence on Blandford Boulevard,
months in county jail and five years proba- reported it to school officials in August of still have a duty to monitor it because you it was reported at 3:22 p.m. Wednesday,
tion Friday, according to the San Mateo 2017, according to prosecutors previously. just don’t know who is out there,” he said. May 1.
County District Attorney’s Office. When Whiteman was initially charged, Whiteman’s defense attorney Joseph Di s turbance. Someone was hitting vehi-
Redwood City resident Ian Whiteman, 40, Terry Lee, the Nueva School’s associate Leveroni declined to comment on the case. cles on Marshall Street, it was reported at
pleaded no contest to contact with a minor head of school, confirmed Whiteman had 3:41 a.m. Wednesday, May 1.
for the purpose of committing a sexual not been employed by the school since the
offense in February and was also required by summer of 2017 and that a background
Judge Jonathan Karesh not to have contact check had been successfully completed.
with the victim and the school for 10 years District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said the
at his sentencing hearing Friday. Having victim’s parents gave a very emotional
posted a $150,000 bail bond, Whiteman statement in court Friday, and that
received one day credit for time served and Whiteman’s wife asked the court for lenien-
must also register as a sex offender for life, cy and said he had no bad intentions. He said
according to prosecutors. Whiteman apologized to the victim and her
Whiteman was put on administrative family and his defense attorney Joseph
leave from his job in the school’s technolo- Leveroni allegedly advocated for his client
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Crews remove radioactive Woman, 83, fatally
struck by van in Belmont
An elderly San Carlos woman was fatally
Local brief
of drugs or alcohol, Halleran said. The driv-
er is fully cooperating with investigators,

materials found in a shed


struck by a minivan while crossing El he added.
Camino Real in Belmont early Friday morn- “It’s preferred pedestrians use the cross-
ing, according to police. walk [on the north side of the intersection],
The collision occurred at El Camino Real but we’re still looking into the exact cir-
By Kathleen Kirkwood and Fifth Avenue around 6:45 a.m. The vic- cumstances of the collision,” he said.
and Keith Burbank Comment on tim, 83, was walking with a walker on the Halleran added that a vehicle and motorcy-
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE or share this story at south side of the intersection where there is cle collided at that intersection in January
www.smdailyjournal.com no marked crosswalk — the north side and the last time a pedestrian was struck
State officials on Friday partially cata- includes a crosswalk and pedestrian cross- there was in 2021. That collision resulted in
logued and removed radioactive material ing signs — when she was hit, said police minor injuries, he said.
taken to a lab in Richmond where Mekuria
found in a shed behind a vacant San Carlos Capt. Patrick Halleran. Officers found the “We always look at every accident to see if
said they’ll determine exactly what was
home, fire officials said. victim down in the road, she was treated at we can prevent them in the future and we’ll
found. Then the materials will be stored in a
The California Department of Public radioactive storage facility in the city. the scene and then taken to a hospital, be looking at possible improvements at the
Health and other agencies were at the home where she was pronounced deceased, accord- intersection,” Halleran said, adding that the
The material is not considered to be a
on the 1000 block of Cedar Street, where the threat to the community, and the challenge ing to a press release.  road is owned by Caltrans and any pedestri-
material was discovered Thursday afternoon is sorting through the material and cata- The driver, 80, was traveling south on El an upgrades would ultimately be up to that
in the backyard shed, said Redwood City loguing it, in order to remove it to the prop- Camino Real at the time, below the 35 mph agency.
Fire Chief Stan Maupin, whose department er locations for disposal, Maupin said. speed limit and was not under the influence
serves the city of San Carlos. It’s not known how it came to be at the
The home was formerly occupied by property, or why it was brought there.
Ronald Seefred, a retired scientist who had Mekuria said, “A lot of scientists like to
worked at the SLAC National Accelerator tinker” and added that this is not the first
Laboratory at Menlo Park. time radioactive material has been found in
Seefred died in January at age 82. The someone’s home.
radioactive materials were discovered while Cedar Street from Brittan to Arroyo
the home was being prepared for sale, avenues has reopened, San Mateo County
Maupin said. sheriff’s officials said. No evacuations were
Fire officials said the materials discovered ordered.
include Cobalt 57 and Radium 226, and were City officials said on Friday that no radia-
in several small vials in very small quanti- tion has been detected outside the shed and
ties. But Ephrime Mekuria, a physicist with there is no threat to residents in the immedi-
the state public health department, said they ate vicinity.
found Radium but not Cobalt. Mekuria said the material “was stored
Friday afternoon the materials were being appropriately.”
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Around the nation White supremacists plead guilty in Charlottesville riot


Judges declare Ohio’s THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in mixed martial arts street-fighting counterprotesters in Charlottesville
congressional map unconstitutional techniques. and also participating in violence at
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Two Two other members of the group — political rallies the same year in
CINCINNATI — A panel of federal judges ruled Friday that members of a white supremacist group Cole White and Thomas Gillen — each Huntington Beach and Berkeley,
Ohio’s congressional districts were unconstitutionally pleaded guilty Friday to federal rioting previously pleaded guilty to the same California.
drawn by the Republicans for their political advantage, and charges in connection with a white charge. Each man faces up to five years in
it ordered a new map for the 2020 elections. nationalist rally in Virginia and politi- All four men admitted they punched prison on the charge, but defendants
The ruling, if it stands, could prove an important victory cal rallies in California. and kicked demonstrators who showed often get less than the maximum under
for the Democrats, who are hoping redrawn boundaries will Benjamin Drake Daley, 26, of up to protest against white nationalists federal sentencing guidelines. An attor-
not only help them pick up House seats but also energize Redondo Beach, California, and during a torch-lit march at the ney representing Miselis did not imme-
voters and boost turnout in this longtime battleground Michael Paul Miselis, 30, of Lawndale, University of Virginia and the “Unite diately return a call seeking comment
state, helping them defeat President Donald Trump. California, each pleaded guilty to a sin- the Right” rally in Charlottesville in Friday.
Republican officials said they would appeal. gle count of conspiracy to riot. August 2017. Daley moved to dismiss the charges
The panel unanimously declared the current map an Daley and Miselis are the last of four The men were indicted in October on against him, arguing that the federal
“unconstitutional partisan gerrymander,” saying the GOP- members of the Rise Above Movement two charges: traveling to incite riots Anti-Riot Act is unconstitutional
controlled Ohio Legislature put the Democrats at a disad- indicted in Virginia to plead guilty. The and conspiracy to riot. because it is overbroad and vague, and
vantage by packing lots of them into four districts and scat- militant white supremacist group was Prosecutors said photos and video infringes on First Amendment activi-
tering the rest across the remaining 12. known for having members who train footage showed the men attacking ties. The judge denied his request.

Baltimore shifts to new


political era after mayor resigns
BALTIMORE — Baltimore’s new mayor has vowed to
clean up the city after being thrust into office by his prede-
cessor’s resignation amid corruption investigations, but he
inherits serious, longstanding problems that have plagued
previous administrations.
Bernard “Jack” Young, a longtime leader of the City
Council, says he intends to serve only the remainder of for-
mer Mayor Catherine Pugh’s term and has no interest in run-
ning for mayor in 2020. If the Democrat doesn’t change his
mind, his tenure would last just 1 1/2 years.
“I wish him good luck, but I’m reserving my full support
because he seems apprehensive about being the mayor in
the first place,” said Clayton “Mr. C” Guyton, a respected

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community organizer featured in “Charm City,” a recent ight elementary schools from
documentary about Baltimore shot amid its ongoing Burlingame (six public, two
scourge of intense violence. parochial) sent their top three
finalists from their own individual
Minneapolis to pay $20M school contests to compete at the 11th
to family of 911 caller slain by cop annual B url i n g ame Li o n s
MINNEAPOLIS — Minneapolis will pay $20 million to Ci ty wi de Spel l i ng Bee April 30, at
the family of an unarmed woman shot by a police officer the Li o ns Hal l in Burlingame. St. Catherine of Siena School fourth-grader Ayana Devgan outlasted Washington
after she called 911 to report a possible crime, city leaders The participants were: Fran k l i n Elementary School’s Noah Chiang and Lincoln Elementary School’s Angelina Wong
announced Friday — a move that comes just three days after El ementary — Aaro n Lee, Rachel by spelling the word incessant correctly. She earned $400 for her school, a $50
the former officer was convicted of murder. O’Bri en, Achy uth Rajag o pal an; Amazon gift certificate for herself and the right to have her name engraved on the
The settlement reached with the family of Justine Ho o v e r El e me n t ary — Mi c ah perpetual spelling bee trophy she is holding which will be housed at St. Catherine’s
Ruszczyk Damond, a dual citizen of the U.S. and Australia, Ch e w, Gi n a S ac c uman , Jac k of Siena School in Burlingame for the next 12 months.
is believed to be the largest stemming from police violence Karel ; Li nco l n El ementary —
in the state of Minnesota. It’s believed that Mohamed Noor An g e l i n a Wo n g , Dy l an Cho i r ens embl es received four gold graduated from Fo rt Lewi s Co l l eg e.
is the first Minnesota officer to be convicted of murder for Lachance; McKi nl ey El ementary medals, three first place rankings and ***
an on-duty shooting. —   Han n ah Os i n s k i , Gi o v an i Emi l y Manni o n was honored for her Author, educator and entrepreneur
Asked about the amount and speed of the settlement, Go nzal ez, Leah Umezaki ; Our outstanding flugelhorn solo in the jazz S t e dman Grah am will speak at
Mayor Jacob Frey cited Noor’s unprecedented conviction, Lady o f Ang el s —  Maddy Bl ee, band as well as her vocal solo with the No t re Dame de Namur’s com-
as well as the officer’s failure to identify a threat before he S ami Kh o ury , S an j ay S ure s h ; choir. mencement ceremony Saturday, May
used deadly force. Ro o s e v e l t El e me n t ary —   Ian Adjudicators also honored Tierra 4. Graham, also notable for his part-
Mc Mah o n , Ari a S h e rwo o d, Linda’s three music instructors. Led by nership with Oprah Wi nfrey , will
Jas o n Lao ; S t . Cat h e ri n e o f Jo e Murphy, Tabi tha Tetreaul t present at the graduation which begins

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President discusses ‘Russian
Hoax’ in long call with Putin
By Jill Colvin and Deb Riechmann
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — President Donald


Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin dis-
cussed what Trump again dismissed as
the “Russian Hoax” in their first
known phone call since the release of
REUTERS special counsel Robert Mueller’s
A now hiring sign sits in the window of Tatte Bakery and Cafe report on Russia’s extensive meddling
in Cambridge, Mass. during the 2016 election campaign.
Putin chuckled about Mueller’s conclu-

Hiring surge lifts sions, Trump said.


During their conversation on Friday,
which the White House and Kremlin
said lasted more than an hour, they

economy, Trump’s also discussed a possible three-party


arms control pact with China, North
Korea’s nuclear weapons program,
Ukraine and the crisis in Venezuela, REUTERS FILE PHOTO

re-election chance where Moscow is propping up the cur-


rent government over the U.S.-backed
opposition.
“We had a good conversation about
Donald Trump and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin shake hands.
But more interesting, perhaps, was
what was left unsaid.
Trump said that, at no point, did he
ended up being a mouse,”’ Trump said
of Putin. “But he knew that because he
knew there was no collusion whatso-
By Steve Peoples and Christopher Rugaber
many things,” Trump told reporters in warn Putin not to meddle in the next ever. So pretty much that’s what it
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the Oval Office. election. And while he and Putin did was.”
Trump said the two leaders were con- discuss Mueller’s findings , they Trump has repeatedly declined to
NEW YORK — The lowest unemployment rate in a half
century. More than 260,000 new jobs. And higher hourly sidering a new nuclear agreement appeared to gloss over Mueller’s publicly rebuff Putin for the 2016
wages. “where we make less and they make description of the extensive efforts operation.
“I’ll be running on the economy,” President Donald Trump less. And maybe even where we get rid Russia took to interfere in the 2016 And their latest conversation sug-
declared on Friday. And why wouldn’t he? of some of the tremendous firepower election, including the 25 Russians gests that Mueller’s findings have
The day’s new round of sunny employment figures offered that we have right now.” He said they indicted for that effort. done little to persuade Trump of the
fresh evidence of a strong national economy — and a big had discussed the possibility of includ- “We discussed it,” Trump said of the gravity of the threat of foreign elec-
political advantage for Trump just as the 2020 presidential ing China in the deal and that China report. “He actually sort of smiled tion interference or derail his efforts
campaign begins to intensify. Stocks are at or near record would “very much would like to be a when he said something to the effect to forge a closer relationship with
levels , too, as the president often notes. part of” it. that, ‘It started off as a mountain and it Putin.
Democrats pointed to regional disparities in the new gov-
ernment report. And overall income inequality hasn’t nar-
rowed.
But the Democrats who are fighting to deny the Republican
Barr besieged by allegations he’s being Trump’s protector
president a second term are beginning to acknowledge the By Eric Tucker false — and House said made him
weight of their challenge: Since World War II, no incumbent THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democrats are unconcerned with
president has ever lost re-election in a growing economy. poised to hold him political advance-
Even Trump’s critics are forced to admit the state of the in contempt. ment. But he had
WASHINGTON — Attorney General
economy could help him at the ballot box. His appearance telegraphed his
William Barr portrayed himself as an
“Relative to all the other terrible aspects of Trump’s record, before the Senate sympathetic view
the economy is more of an asset to him,” said Geoff Garin, a apolitical elder statesman at his con-
firmation hearing. He declared he’d J u d i c i a r y of strong presiden-
veteran pollster whose clients include Priorities USA, the
rather resign than be asked to fire spe- Committee this tial powers — sure-
most powerful super PAC in Democratic politics.
Indeed, it was a day of celebration for Trump and his allies, cial counsel Robert Mueller without week accelerated ly a useful view-
who have been well aware of recent warnings that the econo- cause and insisted the prosecutor he’d William Barr calls for his resig- Nancy Pelosi point for Trump —
my might slow this year. known for decades would never nation after he said in a memo to the
The president’s chief economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said involve himself in a witch hunt as the Trump had been falsely accused and he Justice Department last year that criti-
the United States has entered “a very strong and durable pros- president claimed. spun politically damning episodes in cized Mueller’s Trump-Russia obstruc-
perity cycle.” He gave all the credit to his boss: “He is pres- But now Barr has emerged as Mueller’s report in the president’s tion of justice investigation. His lat-
ident of the whole economy.” arguably the most divisive figure in favor. est testimony, including that Trump’s
By most measures, the U.S. economy is in solid shape. It Donald Trump’s administration. House Barr might have seemed an unlikely actions weren’t criminal, reaffirmed
is expanding at a roughly 3% pace, businesses are posting Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him on lightning rod given his long govern- that philosophy and, to critics, estab-
more jobs than there are unemployed workers and wage Thursday of lying — a charge the ment career, his distance from Trump’s lished Barr as the president’s protec-
growth, long the economy’s weak spot, has picked up. Justice Department called reckless and inner circle and his age, 68, that he tor.
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Ebola outbreak deaths top 1,000 in Congo


By Saleh Mwanamilongo WHO has said the most recent Ebola out-
and Krista Larson break remained contained to eastern Congo
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS even as the number of cases rises in a dense,
highly mobile population near the border
KINSHASA, Congo — More than 1,000 with Uganda and Rwanda.
people have died from Ebola in eastern Many people fear going to Ebola treat-
Congo since August, the country’s health ment centers, choosing instead to stay at
minister said Friday as hostility toward home and risk transmitting the disease from
health workers continues to hamper efforts the virus to caretakers and neighbors.
to contain the second-deadliest outbreak of Residents of highly volatile Butembo
the virus. believe Ebola was brought to the city on
Health Minister Oly Ilunga told the purpose, said Vianney Musavuli, 24.
Associated Press that four deaths in the out- “I am deeply saddened to learn that the
break’s epicenter of Katwa helped push the number of Ebola deaths has exceeded
death toll to 1,008. Two more deaths were 1,000,” Musavuli said “The problem is that
reported in the city of Butembo. people here in this area believe Ebola is a
The outbreak declared almost nine months political thing, and that’s why residents are
ago already had caused the most deaths still attacking the teams in retaliation.”
behind the 2014-2016 outbreak in West Area residents were blocked from taking
Africa’s Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia part in a January presidential election, with
that killed more than 11,000 people. Congo’s government citing safety con-
A volatile security situation and deep cerns. Some wonder why money is poured
community mistrust have hampered efforts into fighting Ebola when many more peo-
to control the epidemic in eastern Congo. REUTERS
ple die each year of malaria and other pre-
Ebola treatment centers have come under Medical staff and an Ebola survivor treat Ebola patient Ibrahim Mupalalo inside the Biosecure ventable diseases.
repeated attack, leaving government health Emergency Care Unit (CUBE) at the ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) Insecurity also has prevented vaccination
officials to staff clinics in the hotspots of Ebola treatment centre in Beni, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. teams from getting to some areas, further
Butembo and Katwa. limiting the health response. Still, more
International aid organizations stopped Michael Ryan, WHO’s health emergencies rivalries in part drive’s community rejec- than 109, 000 people have received an
their work in the two communities because chief, told reporters in Geneva earlier tion of health personnel. experimental but effective Ebola vaccine.
of the violence. A Cameroonian epidemiol- Friday. “Every time we have managed to regain Ryan said authorities are looking at intro-
ogist working with WHO was killed last He said 119 attacks have been recorded control over the virus and contain its ducing another one.
month during an assault on a hospital in since January, 42 of them directed at health spread, we have suffered major, major secu- He called for more help from Congo and
Butembo. facilities, while 85 health workers have rity events,” Ryan said. “We are anticipat- elsewhere to close an “urgent, critical gap”
Insecurity has become a “major impedi- been wounded or killed. Dozens of rebel ing a scenario of continued intense trans- of some $54 million in containment fund-
ment” to controlling the Ebola outbreak, groups operate in the region, and political mission” of the disease. ing.

North Korea fires an unidentified short-range missile


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tions relief in return for nuclear disarma- surveillance in case there are additional accurately target the U.S. mainland. Experts
ment. weapons launches, and South Korean and believe that the North has viable shorter
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea on The South initially reported a single mis- U.S. authorities are analyzing the details. If range nuclear armed missiles but still needs
Saturday fired several unidentified short- sile was fired, but later issued a statement it’s confirmed that the North fired banned more tests to perfect its longer-range
range projectiles into the sea off its eastern that said “several projectiles” had been ballistic missiles, it will be the first such weapons.
coast, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff launched and that they flew up to 200 kilo- launch since the North’s November 2017 test During the diplomacy that followed the
said, a likely sign of Pyongyang’s growing meters (125 miles) before splashing into the of an intercontinental ballistic missile. That North’s weapons tests of 2017, Kim Jong
frustration at stalled diplomatic talks with sea toward the northeast. year saw a string of increasingly powerful Un said that the North would not test nuclear
Washington meant to provide coveted sanc- South Korea’s military has bolstered its weapons tests from the North and a belliger- devices or ICBMs.
ent response from President Donald Trump These short-range projectiles don’t appear
that had many in the region fearing war. to violate that self-imposed moratorium,
The firing Saturday comes amid a diplo- and may instead be a way to register Kim’s
matic breakdown that has followed the failed displeasure with Washington and the state of
summit earlier this year between Trump and talks meant to provide sanctions relief for
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un over the disarmament without having the diplomacy
North’s pursuit of nuclear bombs that can collapse.

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Suspensions and expulsions serve a purpose Mister clean
ic punishments and

Y
By Charlie Chapman sets guidelines for ears ago, as a Boy Scout, I learned what I con-
how these punish- sider to be a very valuable life lesson. I learned

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n April 22, the California ments should be to leave a place cleaner than I found it. At the
State Senate voted 30-8 in carried out. end of every campout, after we had stowed our tents and
favor of Senate Bill 419. The impetus for repacked our backpacks, the entire troop lined up side to
This proposed law would ban the prac- this legislation is side, an arm’s length apart, at one edge of the camp-
tice of suspending K-12 students for an attempt to help ground. We then slowly swept across the entire camp-
being disruptive in both public and keep students in ground, picking up everything we found, whether or not
charter schools. Under current law, school, especially our troop had been responsible for it. As a group activi-
students in kindergarten through those who are minorities or those times means suspension and expul- ty, I found it quite enjoyable. And when we hiked out,
third-grade cannot be suspended for with disabilities. State Sen. Nancy sion. Students who are interested in taking the trash with us, we did so proudly, knowing that
willful defiance, a protection that Skinner, D-Berkeley, who wrote the learning have a right to a healthy we’d done our part to improve the campsite for others.
would be extended to students in all bill, said that such students “are dis- classroom environment and teachers Last Saturday, I finally managed to do something simi-
remaining grades until Jan. 1, 2025. proportionately suspended for low- should be given the tools to facilitate lar for Redwood City, when I participated in one of its
While the bill may appear to be a level subjective offenses.” Even if it. cleanup days. Twice each year, Redwood City’s Pride and
promising way to keep students in such inequities were proven to be the It is impossible to deny that it is Beautification Committee identifies a handful of areas
school, its implementation would result of prejudice on the part of unfortunate whenever students are around the city that need help, and then organizes a work
hamper the ability of teachers and administrators, it would not necessi- removed from school. In an ideal day to clean them up. Volunteers gather at the city’s
administrators to maintain a healthy tate the complete removal of suspen- world, each student should have the Corporation Yard (at the corner of Broadway and
classroom environment. sion as an option. The correct solu- opportunity and resources needed to Chestnut Street), where they receive their tools and
Placing a complete ban on suspend- tion to address the unjust application come to school every day and succeed select their work area from the
ing students for disruption assumes of the rules would be to introduce to the best of their abilities. Every list of sites.
that teachers and administrators can- increased oversight to ward off poten- attempt should be made to help even This work day took place on
not be trusted with responsibly tial discrimination. A blanket ban of the most disruptive and defiant stu- a bright and beautiful Saturday,
applying the practice in a fair and suspension is an oversimplified reac- dents, such as providing alternative and ran from 8:30 a.m. until
effective way. In my own personal tion to a complex problem that education options, as the San Mateo noon. Thanks to the generosity
experience attending public schools requires a thoughtful and careful solu- Union High School District does. of two different organizations,
for the last 13 years, it would be hard tion. However, discipline is still required in breakfast was waiting for the
to characterize faculty as overzealous The true victims of this policy will certain cases to preserve the order estimated 250 to 300 volun-
with punishment, as the only suspen- be the classmates of students who needed to have a classroom environ- teers who arrived, and a mouth-
sions I have seen are for gross viola- routinely disrupt class and defy any ment conducive to learning. watering barbecue lunch was
tions of school safety policies. attempts to change their behavior. Hamstringing administrators by pass- waiting when we were done. We
Students are largely afforded numerous Unlike prison, where the act of ing this bill into law would make it had only to wear appropriate
chances to fix their behavior, and I imprisonment fulfills a moral purpose more difficult for students to succeed clothing, since the city provid- Greg Wilson
have always perceived teachers as of demanding payment to society for and will not help defiant students get ed heavy-duty “grabbers” (with
truly interested in making sure their wrongdoing, the purpose of suspen- the help they need. which you can pick up trash without having to constant-
students have the opportunity to sions is to protect the ability of ly stoop over), trash bags, gloves and bright orange
learn. Additionally, the assumption other students to learn. In public safety vests.
that teachers currently have free will schools, teachers and administrators Charlie Chapman is a senior at Burlingame Tools in hand, we selected one of the designated proj-
to suspend or expel students at will is have to look out for the well being High School. Student News appears in the ect sites. On this particular day, we had seven sites from
weekend edition. You can email Student
false. The education code has already and academic needs of the entire News at news@smdailyjournal.com. which to choose, including Redwood Creek, Union
codified what conduct warrants specif- class, and unfortunately, that some- Cemetery and Bair Island. Bair Island sounded tempting,
but some large groups — including a local church and
two Cub Scout packs — had volunteered to help that day,

Letters to the editor and one of them appeared to be heading to Bair Island.
Instead, I opted to help at an area with fewer volunteers,
and thus I soon found myself heading to the intersection
of Maple and Lathrop streets.
Turmoil in Venezuela past should have demonstrated, our they ride from San Mateo City Hall to Maple Street intersects Lathrop Street midway between
present interference in Venezuela, I the nearest Caltrain station during El Camino Real and the Caltrain tracks, about a block
Editor, fear, will do more harm than good. commute hours. Members will discov- from the Main & Elm restaurant. Our area was not cleanly
Even with backing from the Trump Finally, it is not a coincidence that er that, for their own safety, they are defined, but was simply whatever we had time and
administration, Juan Guaidó failed to Venezuela has the largest proven oil forced to ride on the sidewalk.   resources to cover, working outward from the intersec-
oust Venezuelan president Nicolás reserves in the world. When LimeBikes were around, it tion. In total, our group consisted of about eight or 10
Maduro. It is difficult to reconcile our was not uncommon to have a people, but we split up and mostly worked in groups of
outrage over Russia’s interference in LimeBike speed past me on the side- two or three. That worked well, enabling us to cover the
our elections with our present inter- Ralph E. Stone
walk. Also bikes were left in the mid- area from El Camino Real to the Main Street Dog Agility
ference in Venezuela’s affairs. I’m sure San Francisco dle of the sidewalk, hindering the use Park, and from Chestnut Street to Maple Street (and even
everyone would agree that of a walker. No matter how many farther up Franklin Street). We cleaned around the dog
Venezuelans deserve a better govern- rules exist about not riding bikes on park itself as well as within the city-owned dirt lot
ment. But let’s face it, the late Hugo Bikes, scooters and pedestrians the sidewalks, riders will still break bounded by Redwood Creek, Maple Street and Lathrop
Chávez’s vision of a modern day Editor,     the rules.     Street, a property that one day may host a small commu-
“Bolivarian revolution” — a Latin The San Mateo City Council will be If the San Mateo City Council is nity garden. In this particular lot, we found a large accu-
American political block with a ironing out rules pertaining to the use unable to ensure the safety of pedes- mulation of trash along with a small, momentarily
socialist bent as an alternative to of rented bikes and scooters (see Jon trians, they should require that bike empty, homeless encampment. Although we stayed away
U.S. hegemony — has descended into Mays’ column of May 3, “San and scooter vendors carry sufficient from the encampment (we reported it to the city, as
repression and economic decline Mateo’s bike plan”). I hope that the liability insurance to compensate for instructed), there was enough other debris on the proper-
under Maduro. That said, the U.S. new rules will address the problem of any injury resulting from use of a ty for us to call in a garbage truck, which arrived
shouldn’t be the ones to determine pedestrian safety.     bike or scooter on a sidewalk. promptly and made short work of the mess.
what Venezuela should look like. Before the councilmembers meet, Mostly, though, my morning consisted primarily of
Our interference in Venezuela fol- perhaps they should take a bike ride walking slowly along sidewalks and picking up all of
lows a long and sordid history of U.S. to experience the dangers of riding a
Emitt Wallace the trash I could see and reach. I amused myself by refin-
intervention in Latin America. As the bike in the San Mateo. I suggest that San Mateo ing my technique with my grabber. I got quite good at
picking up small things with this handy aluminum tool,
only rarely having to resort to picking something up by
OUR MISSION: hand. Cigarette butts, in particular, proved no problem
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most for my grabber — except for the fact that there were so
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for many of them. I couldn’t help thinking that the world
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula.
By combining local news and sports coverage, would be a much cleaner place if people didn’t smoke.
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, By noon we were done. We left our trash bags in the
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to designated spot — a city truck came by and picked up the
Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality bags — and returned to the Corporation Yard to turn in
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County.
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we our tools and enjoy lunch. All told, we collected more
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer than 2.5 tons of trash that day, a very respectable haul.
choose to reflect the diverse character of this
Dave Newlands, Production Manager INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: dynamic and ever-changing community. The occasional “thank you” I received from passing
Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman
Will Nacouzi, Production Assistant Jim Clifford Matthew Dalton motorists was a nice bonus; it’s nice to know our efforts
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events
Talia Fine Maria Garcia-Hernandez SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM weren’t entirely unnoticed. I had a great time, and met
Brooke Hanshaw Robert Hutchinson some wonderful people. I definitely plan to volunteer for
Austin Walsh, Senior Reporter Tom Jung Shavonne Lin Follow us on Twitter and Facebook:
Vishu Prathikanti Joe Roias facebook.com/smdailyjournal
the next cleanup day, which will be in September. I’m
REPORTERS: Nick Rose Joel Snyder glad I’ve found a way to help Redwood City, and I love
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that it enables me to leave the city a little cleaner than
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events Online edition at scribd.com/smdailyjournal when I found it.
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Stocks end broadly higher on solid jobs report


By Alex Veiga
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 26,534.96
Low: 26,370.09
A solid jobs report and company earnings
spurred U.S. stocks broadly higher Friday, Close: 26,504.95
driving the S&P 500 to its second straight Change: +197.16
weekly gain. OTHER INDEXES
The Nasdaq composite hit an all-time high S&P 500: 2945.64 +28.12
for the second time this week. The bench- NYSE Index: 13,037.88 +108.32
mark S&P 500 index closed less than 0.1%
below the record high it reached on Tuesday. Nasdaq: 8164.00 +127.22
Technology and consumer-focused compa- NYSE MKT: 2562.50 +20.10
nies did the most to push the market higher. Russell 2000: 1614.02 +31.37
Stocks in the communications, industrial, Wilshire 5000: 30,460.59 +333.10
financial and health care sectors also 10-Yr Bond: 2.53 -0.02
notched solid gains as traders cheered sur-
prisingly good earnings from United States Oil (per barrel): 61.85 +0.04
Steel, Weight Watchers and other compa- Gold : 1,279.90 +7.90
nies.
Investors also welcomed the govern-
ment’s latest snapshot of U.S. employment,
which showed that job growth surged in
April past economists’ forecasts and unem-
ployment fell to a five-decade low. 10 year Treasury down to 2.52% from 2.55% to ease worries that company profits would pany, plummeted 10.4% after telling
“Overall, this was a solid report that late Thursday. slump overall. investors that revenue in the current quarter
should assuage fears that the U.S. economy Despite a modest pullback earlier in the On Friday, United States Steel surged will fall short of forecasts.
is losing momentum,” said Quincy Krosby, week, U.S. stocks have continued to press 17.3% after a sharp increase in sales helped Meanwhile, Amazon rose 3.2% after bil-
chief market strategist at Prudential higher, extending their impressive recovery push profit far beyond Wall Street forecasts. lionaire investor Warren Buffet’s said his
Financial. this year following a steep slump at the end Newell Brands, which makes Sharpie and company was buying the stock.
The S&P 500 index gained 28.12 points, of 2018. Elmer’s products, surged 13.5% on a solid Crude oil prices recovered some of their
or 1%, to 2,945.64. The Dow Jones The S&P 500 is now up 17.5% for the year. earnings report. losses from a day earlier. Benchmark U.S.
Industrial Average rose 197.16 points, or The Nasdaq is leading the way, however, Monster Beverage jumped 8.8% after the crude rose 0.2% to settle at $61.94 per bar-
0.7%, to 26,504.95. The Nasdaq composite with a gain of 23%. energy drinks company powered past ana- rel. Brent crude, the international standard,
climbed 127.22 points, or 1.6%, to 8,164. The Federal Reserve fueled the market’s lysts’ first quarter profit forecast. The com- gained 0.1% to close at $70.85.
Small-company stocks rose much more recovery earlier this year when it signaled pany reported a solid increase in sales of its In other commodities trading, wholesale
than the rest of the market, a bullish sign that it would take a patient approach to rais- namesake energy drink that helped drive a gasoline rose 0.4% to $2.03 per gallon.
indicating that investors are more willing to ing interest rates. Traders also have been surge in profit. Heating oil slid 0.4% to $2.07 per gallon.
take on risk. The Russell 2000 index picked encouraged by positive data on the U.S. Weight Watchers surged 13% after report- Natural gas dropped 0.8% to $2.57 per
up 31.37 points, or 2%, to 1,614.02. economy and better-than-expected corporate ing losses for the first quarter that were much 1,000 cubic feet.
Major indexes in Europe also closed high- earnings. slimmer than expected. The company also Gold gained 0.7% to $1,281.30 per ounce,
er. Corporate earnings for the first quarter raised its profit forecast for the year. silver jumped 2.5% to $14.98 per ounce and
Bond prices rose, sending the yield on the have come in mixed so far, but good enough Arista Networks, a cloud computing com- copper added 1.4% to $2.82 per pound.

Musk doubles down on investment as Tesla raises capital goal


By Tom Krisher lion. But due to a posi- tion of his ownership stake, he added. Musk The company will use the proceeds to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tive response, the com- is by far the company’s largest shareholder, “further strengthen our balance sheet, as
pany on Friday raised the holding about 20 percent of the company’s well as for general corporate purposes,” the
DETROIT — Tesla CEO Elon Musk is offer to as high as $2.7 outstanding shares. filing says.
more than doubling the stock he will buy in billion. The offer, detailed in a filing Friday with But the offerings would raise the compa-
a new public offering in an apparent bid to Musk likely raised his the U. S. Securities and Exchange ny’s debt from $9.79 billion to as high as
earn investors’ confidence as he tries to turn own stake to show share- Commission, includes up to $1.84 billion $11.63 billion, with the company admit-
around his struggling electric car company. holders that he’s taking in notes that pay 2% annual interest and ting in its filing that it may not be able to
Musk raised his latest investment from the same risk that he’s convert to Tesla common stock in 2024. generate enough cash to make all of the
$10 million to $25 million on Friday as Elon Musk asking investors to, said Also included are more than 3.5 million new payments.
Tesla boosted the size of a note-and-stock Gartner analyst Michael shares worth as much as $866 million. The “If we are unable to generate such cash
offering to raise much needed capital to Ramsey. new numbers include underwriting brokers flow, we may be required to adopt one or
keep the company going. “He’s put his own skin in the game,” exercising their full options to buy addi- more alternatives, such as reducing or delay-
On Thursday, when Tesla first disclosed Ramsey said. tional notes and shares. ing investments or capital expenditures,
the offering, it was valued at up to $2.3 bil- But Musk also is guarding against dilu- Last week, Tesla reported its cash balance selling assets, refinancing or obtaining
at the end of the first quarter shrunk by $1.5 additional equity capital on terms that may
billion since December, to $2.2 billion. be onerous or highly dilutive,” the compa-
Musk said during a conference call that Tesla ny wrote in the part of the filing that dis-
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He also said summer internships with Latino student, connect with someone dents such as herself. After seeing a

LATINOS
Continued from page 1
companies is the pathway to a job or the
“golden key” as he described it, and noted
that retention is the greatest challenge fac-
because you can’t do it alone,” she said. “I
think networking is one of the most impor-
tant things ever because you never know
Facebook post for Mark Zuckerberg’s
“Hackathon” app contest, she submitted her
concept. The post called for dreamers who
ing both the technology industry and the who they know, what they know, etc.” could code and Selamanca met only one of
Latino community. Quintana also stressed that one does not those requirements.
Held at Redwood City’s Google Campus “The challenge I hear more and more from need to be in STEM [science, engineering, “I think one of the keys is passion and
and hosted by Councilwoman Alicia the younger people who do work in tech is technology and math] to be in tech. being very honest up front,” she said. “I
Aguirre, the event came days before Cinco they don’t feel comfortable, it’s the corpo- “Yes, STEM is important and yes there are told them on my first interview I have no
de Mayo. rate culture of these companies and, excuse so many great opportunities out there, but idea how to code, but I am a very good
“Instead of making Cinco de Mayo about me, but this is the way they put it — that you can also be in policy or — kids don’t leader, I’m very good with time manage-
tequila and nachos we wanted to make it a white boy frat party kind of atmosphere that realize Facebook is a company where 60% ment, I can lead a team. So I kind of sold
call to action,” Aguirre said. Last year, the they’re not interested in,” he said. “They is technical, but the rest isn’t,” she said, myself on my strengths and not let that one
nonprofit’s call to action was about the sep- feel like their contribution is making it adding that the required qualifications of a requirement stop me from pursuing this
aration of immigrant families. “This year possible for their company to be financial- job should not get in the way of applying to opportunity.”
we said the call to action is how can we get ly successful. … I think that’s the greatest it. “If you want to apply to any of the tech
more Latinos in tech and that’s why we put She was one of 20 dreamers in the country
challenge for these companies because it’s companies, do it. … My job when it became who was selected and went on to win the
this panel together with folks who are local going to be the hardest thing for them to full time said five-plus years [of experience]
and to get that message out.” contest along with $100,000 to develop the
change.” and I don’t even have five years.” app, which in three years has helped over
Ron Gonzalez, president of the Hispanic
One panelist, Mark Madrid, CEO of 30,000 students get into or graduate from
Foundation of Silicon Valley and the former Dreamers Roadmap
Latino Business Action Network, noted that college. It also earned her a spot on Forbes’
mayor of San Jose, moderated the discus-
the technology workforce in America is Panelist Sarahi Selamanca, a formerly 30 under 30 list.
sion and kicked it off with a few words and
90% white or Asian and 70% male, adding undocumented immigrant from Mexico who
statistics about Latino representation in “That was the space and time in my life
that only 1% of tech investors are Latino. moved to Redwood City at the age of 4, is
tech. that shifted and made me believe that I did
Gonzalez said that while Latinos com- “All of this just multiplies troubling fac- the founder of the Dreamers Roadmap app, belong in tech, that despite the fact that I
prise just 3% of the high-tech workforce, tors: the racial wealth gap, gender pay which helps undocumented students across was an immigrant, that I was undocumented
that number includes all positions, includ- inequity and a lack of inclusive economics,” the country find scholarships to go to col- and a woman, there were so many talented
ing marketing and finance roles, for exam- he said. “Our call to action today is urgent.” lege. people of color that wanted to use their
ple, while estimates suggest Latinos The app was developed because of skills to build solutions to problems that
account for just 1% of the technical roles. Importance of networking Selamanca’s own high school experience we were living in at that moment,” she said.
“We have a long way to go,” he said. Panelist and first generation Redwood when, after being denied financial aid, her Other panelists included Alexis Arreola,
Gonzalez wants to see tech companies City native Ashley Quintana shared her counselor told her “students like me didn’t IT construction project specialist at the San
step out of their “comfort zone” and recruit post-college path that resulted in her current go to college.” Mateo County Community College
Latinos at universities such as San Jose role as public policy manager at Facebook. “And I believed her,” she said. “Little did I District; Gonzalo Juarez, CEO of eTips;
State, which graduates more engineers She credited summer programs growing up know there’s about 65,000 students in this Sylvio Flores, Manos Accelerator — the
annually than the University of California, and regularly networking for getting her to country going through the same situation Latino Gateway to Silicon Valley; and
Berkeley; Stanford University; and Santa where she is today. and there was very little to no information Javier Gonzalez, government affairs and
Clara University combined; or University “If it wasn’t for the summer programs I out there for us on what were the next steps public policy manager at Google. Amber
of Texas El Paso, which has led the nation was involved with I don’t think I’d be here and what to do.” Gonzales-Vargas, senior program manager
in producing engineers for 30 years, he today. Nonprofits and mentors are the key The app began as a blog on which she for the Latino Community Foundation, was
said. to Latino success and if you’re a young posted scholarship opportunities for stu- one of the moderators.

ideal sleeping quarters given the high vol- hours and 17 minutes in their roundtrip based sleeping quarters with apartment

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ume of noises on both sides of its walls,
according to the report. With even more
employees in need of using the space to get
commutes, according to the survey.
According to the report, city staff is cur-
rently analyzing a threefold increase in the
building owners, hotels and representatives
of the San Mateo United Homeowners
Association, city officials have expressed
rest between shifts, officials have been number of injuries sustained by San Mateo concerns about potential challenges that
searching for alternatives, noted Corbett. police officers recorded in the last five could arise with regard to city policies relat-
ters for officers. Renovating Fire Station 26 “It’s just been exacerbated by the sheer years. By regularly getting fewer than six ed to the acceptance of gifts.
at 1812 S. Norfolk St. into a multi-purpose volume of people,” he said. hours of sleep a night, San Mateo police An option to repurpose Fire Station 26 to
facility, converting Fire Station 25 in the officers are at greater risk for increased hold a police substation, vehicle storage
Corbett said the issue has surfaced at least
Borel neighborhood into a space with injury, according to the report, which refer- and sleeping quarters is also up for review.
twice in recent discussions with the City
sleeping quarters once a new station is built enced research showing fatigued officers use Currently leased to American Medical
Council, spurring an effort to better under-
on the same block and identifying space more sick leave, experience more injuries, Response as a rest facility, the facility could
stand the extent of the issue and possible
where those facilities can stand on city- practice inappropriate uses of force more with minor renovations become a police
solutions.
owned property or within community-based frequently, become involved in more vehi- substation on the city’s east side. Officials
facilities are among the options officials Though demand for the barracks has risen
to the point where they are being used cle accidents, face more challenges dealing could also consider using the Fire Station
may weigh at their Monday study session, with community members and have a higher 25 facility to house sleeping quarters once a
according to a staff report. around the clock, some officers have opted
to regularly spend the night on couches likelihood of dying in the line of duty. new station is built on the same block,
City Manager Drew Corbett explained according to the report.
eight beds are currently provided in two sep- with family or friends to get rest between Facing the region’s high cost of living
arated barrack rooms at the San Mateo shifts. With only 25 line-level officers liv- and extended commutes, an increasing num- Among the strategies the Redwood City
Police Department at 200 Franklin Parkway ing within San Mateo County, more than ber of San Mateo police officers are consid- Police Department and the San Mateo
to give officers working overtime or two-thirds of the city’s frontline officers are ering and taking lateral positions closer to County Sheriff’s Office have pursued is use
expected to make a court appearance a commuting from another county to San their homes, in part driving competition to of modular, portable residences that could
chance to sleep between especially long Mateo daily and face an average commute recruit qualified candidates between law be parked on city property. Officials could
shifts. But he said the barracks are increas- distance of 50 miles each way, according to enforcement agencies. Daly City, Foster also review the possibility of purchasing or
ingly being used by officers weighing the report. City and Atherton are among the local agen- leasing a home or apartment building to
whether it makes sense to drive home According to a San Mateo Police Officers cies already offering sleeping quarters in provide sleeping quarters for officers, or
between shifts lasting just over 11 hours Association survey to which 85% of offi- their police stations, according to the work with hotels to provide rooms for offi-
four days at a time, a typical shift rotation. cers responded, the average round-trip com- report. cers at a set rate paid by the city, according
Positioned between a fitness facility and a mute time officers face is one hour and 52 Though the San Mateo Police Officers to the report.
locker room, the barracks have not been minutes. Those traveling from outside San Association has scoped the possibility of The council meets 7 p.m. May 6 at City
Mateo County spend an average of two providing affordable or free community- Hall, 330 W. 20th Ave.
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Campaign staffers being trained to handle cyber threats


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS approaches. Preventing the attacks won’t be the early stages of a campaign. They need to Defending Digital Democracy Project at the
easy or cheap. raise money, hire staff, pay office rents, Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center.
WASHINGTON — While candidates were “If you are the Pentagon or the NSA, you lobby for endorsements and travel repeated- Mook has been helping develop a plan for
focused on campaigning in 2016, Russians have the most skilled adversaries in the ly to early voting states. a nonprofit to provide cybersecurity support
were carrying out a devastating cyber opera- world trying to get in but you also have Particularly during primary season, cam- and resources directly to campaigns.
tion that changed the landscape of American some of the most skilled people working paign managers face difficult spending deci- The Department of Homeland Security’s
politics, with aftershocks continuing well defense,” said Robby Mook, who ran Hillary sions: Air a TV ad targeting a key voting cyber agency is offering help, and there are
into Donald Trump’s presidency. Clinton’s campaign in 2016. “Campaigns demographic or invest in a more robust secu- signs that some Democratic campaigns are
And it all started with the click of a tempt- are facing similar adversaries, and they don’t rity system for computer networks? willing to take the uncomfortable step of
ing email and a typed-in password. have similar resources and virtually no “You shouldn’t have to choose between working with an administration they are try-
Whether presidential campaigns have expertise.” getting your message out to voters and keep- ing to unseat.
learned from the cyberattacks is a critical Traditionally, cybersecurity has been a ing the Chinese from reading your emails,” DHS has had about a dozen initial discus-
question ahead as the 2020 election lower priority for candidates, especially at said Mook, now a senior fellow with the sions with campaigns so far, officials said.

December. Analysts worried that the econo- growth and solid wage increases have dropped to 1.7%, also a record low.

JOBS
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my might barely expand in the first three
months of the year.
Yet the outlook soon brightened. Chair
enlarged Americans’ paychecks.
Businesses are also spending more freely.
Orders to U.S. factories for long-lasting
Most of last month’s job growth occurred
in services, which includes both higher-
paying jobs in information technology and
Jerome Powell signaled that the Fed would capital goods jumped in March by the most lower-paying temporary work.
put rate hikes on hold. Trade negotiations in eight months. That suggested that com- Manufacturers added just 4, 000 jobs.
Kudlow, director of the White House’s between the U.S. and China made some panies were buying more computers, Construction firms gained 33,000, mostly
National Economic Council. progress. The economic outlook in some machinery and other equipment to keep up on public infrastructure projects.
President Donald Trump has also pressed other major economies improved. Share with growing customer demand. Professional and business services,
the Federal Reserve to cut short-term inter- prices rebounded. Many businesses say they’re struggling which include IT networking jobs as well as
est rates because inflation remains low. But
And in the end, the government reported to find workers, yet each month they seem accountants and engineers, led the gains
most economists said the healthy jobs pic-
that the U.S. economy grew at a 3.2% annu- to add a substantial number. Some have with 76,000. Education and health care
ture, against the backdrop of low inflation,
al rate in the January-March period — the taken a range of steps to fill jobs, including added 62,000 jobs, while a category that
would reinforce the Fed’s current wait-and-
strongest pace for a first quarter since 2015. training more entry-level workers, loosen- mostly includes restaurants and hotels
see approach. The Fed raised rates four times
That said, the growth was led mostly by fac- ing educational requirements and raising gained 34,000.
last year but has signaled that it doesn’t
tors that could prove temporary — a pay sharply. Retailers, however, continued to cut jobs,
foresee any rate increases this year.
Stock investors welcomed Friday’s jobs restocking of inventories in warehouses Years of steady hiring have sharply low- shedding 12,000 in April, the third straight
data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose and on store shelves and a narrowing of the ered unemployment for a range of popula- months of cuts. The sector has eliminated
135 points, or 0.5%, in mid-day trading. U.S. trade deficit. By contrast, consumer tion groups. The unemployment rate for 49,000 jobs in the past year even as the
The brightening economic picture repre- spending and business investment, which women fell last month to 3.1%, the lowest economy has picked up.
sents a sharp improvement from the start of more closely reflect the economy’s underly- point since 1953. The rate for Latinos Retailers are suffering from broader
the year. At the time, the government was ing strength, were relatively weak. dropped to 4.2%, a record low since 1973, changes in the economy as more Americans
enduring a partial shutdown, the stock mar- But American households have become when the government began tracking the are shopping online and stores close after
ket had plunged, trade tensions between the more confident since the winter and are data. decades of overexpansion. Also to blame is
United States and China were flaring and the ramping up spending. Consumer spending For Asians, joblessness has matched a an aging U.S. population that no longer
Fed had just raised short-term rates in surged in March by the most in nearly a record low of 2.2%. And the unemployment needs to buy as much clothing and other
decade. A likely factor is that steady job rate for veterans of the Iraq and Afghan wars goods.

second employee checked on her, she Lockner reportedly walked into the bath- actions as evidence probation is the appro-

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Continued from page 1
looked over Lockner’s stall and saw her
holding the baby facedown in the toilet
bowl. The employee said she heard the toi-
room of her apartment while her boyfriend
and aunt were there and came out with a
newborn baby. None of the parties, includ-
priate punishment for his client.
“As seen by those closest to her, Ms.
Lockner’s actions are not the true person
let flush when she stepped down and alert- ing Lockner, were aware she was pregnant they know and love, ” he wrote in the
ed police, despite Lockner’s request that at the time, according to prosecutors. memo. “She has accepted responsibility
Lockner’s actions are worthy of prison, she not alert authorities, according to McDougall also brought to the stand Dr.
she would give her a chance at probation, and devoted herself to becoming a better
prosecutors. Cara Angelotta, a forensic psychiatrist at mother, and preventing any similar acts
adding that with any violation of her pro- Though the child was without a pulse and Northwestern University’s Feinberg
bation Garratt would send Lockner to state from ever occurring again.”
not breathing when police arrived, he School of Medicine, who found Lockner’s
prison for four years, according to prosecu- District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said
responded to emergency care at the hospi- behavior — including her lack of attention
tors. Lockner would also be required to complete
tal. Lockner is believed to have told police to her son’s medical needs following his
Lockner is said to have been working an counseling, take all the medication pre-
at the scene she didn’t know she was preg- birth — was a direct result of her severe and
evening shift at the fast-food restaurant scribed to her and abstain from drugs and
nant and was surprised the baby was born, acute symptoms of pregnancy denial,
when she made repeated trips to the rest- alcohol. He said custody of the child will
according to prosecutors. according to a sentencing memo he filed
room that evening, citing stomach pain. be determined at a later date in family
Defense attorney Jonathan McDougall May 3.
At around 10 p.m., her manager suggested court. The baby was reported to be healthy
has previously tried to have Lockner’s Angelotta also diagnosed Lockner with
she go home but, even after clocking out of and living with his father’s aunt when
charges thrown out, even bringing to the post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of
her shift, Lockner stayed at the restaurant Lockner took the plea deal in January.
stand a witness who could attest to a prior repeated acts of rape in her past, according
in the restroom, according to prosecutors. incident in which she was allegedly to the memo. Wagstaffe said prosecutors continue to
One employee who checked on Lockner unaware she was pregnant and gave birth to Though McDougall acknowledged believe that prison is appropriate for
saw blood surrounding the stall. When a her now 4-year-old child. In that situation, Lockner’s actions nearly cost the life of someone who harmed a helpless newborn,
her infant son and negatively affected her but acknowledged Garratt’s decision to
older son — who has not had his mother give Lockner another chance was reason-
with him for the past two years — he able.
looked to her dedication to becoming a “The leniency Judge Garratt exercises
better mother and a probation officer’s here is fair and we’re going to find out what
observation of Lockner’s remorse for her happens now,” he said.

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Thrice is nice for M-A tennis


By Nathan Mollat wins. The third time was not the charm for Top-seeded Menlo cruised into the quar-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the Scots as M-A got off to a quick start, ters as well with a 7-0 sweep of WBAL rival
winning the first set in all seven matches as Harker. The Knights will face No. 8 Gunn,
A common sports cliché is that it’s hard to the Bears cruised to their third sweep of the which beat Cupertino 5-2.
beat one team three times in the same sea- Scots without losing a set. Aragon, the third remaining county team,
son. “I’m always open to the possibility of an saw its season end with a 6-1 loss to No. 4
The Menlo-Atherton boys’ tennis team upset,” said M-A head coach Tom Sorenson. St. Ignatius.
put that adage to bed real quick as the sixth- “So I’m pleased that didn’t happen.” There really wasn’t much to worry about if
seeded Bears hosted Peninsula Athletic There weren’t any upsets in the rest of the you were an M-A player. Not only had the
League rival Carlmont in the second round bracket either. The Bears will take on No. 3 Bears beaten the Scots twice this season, NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
of the Central Coast Section team tourna- Monta Vista in the quarterfinals 3 p.m. they have beaten them 22 out of the last 23 Jake Andrew, playing at No. 2 singles, lunges
ment. Monday at a site to be determined. The times they have played them. for a backhand return during his 6-1, 6-4 win
It was the third time the two teams have Matadors dropped only one match in a 6-1 as the Bears swept PAL rival Carlmont in the
faced off, with M-A posting a pair of 7-0 win over Los Gatos. See TENNIS, Page 18 second round of the CCS team tournament.

Giants 12, Reds 11

Senior Day walk-off One Giant


comeback
Falk delivers game-winner in Serra’s regular-season finale
By Terry Bernal
S.F. wins after trailing by
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 8 for first time since 1989
By Joe Kay
Serra saved the best for last. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Padres (10-4 WCAL, 17-9 overall)
have played eight one-run games this year. CINCINNATI — Stephen Vogt hit a tying
But the one thing they hadn’t done was homer in the ninth inning, Evan Longoria
walk-off on their home field — until connected in the 11th and the Giants rallied
Friday’s regular-season finale. from an eight-run deficit for a 12-11 victory
The stage was set perfectly, with it being over the Cincinnati Reds
Serra’s Senior Day. Fittingly, a senior on Friday night.
proved the hero Friday at Frisella Field as Down 8-0 after three
Christian Falk provided the game-winning innings, the Giants piled
hit in the bottom of the ninth to send the up three homers off the
Padres home with a 3-2 win over Bellarmine NL’s top bullpen to pull it
(8-6, 13-12). out and ruin top prospect
“I think it means a lot for the guys to win Nick Senzel’s debut for
this way, especially on Senior Day,” Serra the Reds.
manager Chris Houle said. “These are guys The Giants were down
that have worked hard for four years and are Stephen Vogt to their final out when
getting to the end of the line for them. To be Vogt connected off Raisel
able to win a game like that, I think it’s Iglesias for his first
pretty special.” homer, tying it 11-11.
With the win, Serra wrapped up sole pos- Longoria led off the 11th
session of second place in the West with a homer just inside
Catholic Athletic League. A loss would have the left field foul pole off
seen the Padres share second place with Jared Hughes (2-1),
Bellarmine behind first-place Valley allowing San Francisco
Christian. Serra is now 6-2 in one-run to get the better of a
games this season. matchup between the
Falk — who also earned the win with one Evan Longoria NL’s two worst offenses.
inning of scoreless relief — was swarmed in Reyes Moronta (1-2)
the middle of the diamond after delivering escaped a threat in the 10th. Will Smith
his second RBI single of the day. The senior retired the side in the 11th for his eighth
was up against it, batting with the bases save in eight chances.
loaded and two outs, with a two-strike count. Cincinnati surged ahead 8-0 as Derek
But Bellarmine reliever Sam Kim caught too TERRY BERNAL
Above: Christian Falk, Dietrich hit a pair of three-run homers of
much of the plate with an outside fastball, Tyler Beede, a former first-round pick who
and Falk made him pay by scorching a sin- left, celebrates with
fellow senior Kannon lasted only 2 1/3 innings. A big night for
gle back through the middle to score Jeremy the majors’ worst offense — Cincinnati
Villar with the game-winning run. Clayton after Serra’s 3-2
walk-off win against came in batting .207 — wasn’t enough.
“I’m just looking for a ball to barrel up Senzel played a small role in a wild game.
and see if he can make a mistake, and do Bellarmine Friday at
Frisella Field. The second overall pick in the 2016 draft
something with it,” Falk said. “I wasn’t was called up and started in center field.
expecting a strike but I got it, and I did Left: Falk produces the
game-winning hit in the Senzel got the loudest cheers in pregame
something with it.” introductions and went 1 for 5 with a pair of
bottom of the ninth to
close out the regular
See SERRA, Page 15 season for the Padres. See GIANTS, Page 18

Baffert eyes history with wet Derby on tap


By Beth Harris “Last year we came in Baffert said. “They’re a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS here with Justify and we INSIDE pretty evenly matched
knew it was my race to Column: Safe group.”
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Bob Baffert times lose,” Baffert said. Derby is The picture got scram-
three. In a Kentucky Derby lacking a dominant The 19-horse field for paramount bled again when initial
favorite, the two-time Triple Crown-winning the 145th Derby on favorite Omaha Beach was
trainer saddles the top three choices. Saturday reflects the prep See page 17 scratched because of a
On what could be a wet day at Churchill season leading to the breathing problem, deal-
Downs, Game Winner is the pre-race favorite, opening leg of the Triple ing a devastating blow to 68-year-old trainer
JAMIE RHODES/USA TODAY SPORTS albeit a tepid one at 9-2. Improbable and Bob Baffert Crown: no one horse Richard Mandella, whose Hall of Fame resume
Riders exercise horses ahead of Saturday’s Roadster were installed as the co-second commanded the attention.
145th running of the Kentucky Derby. choices at 5-1. “There are a lot of good horses in here,” See DERBY, Page 16
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CSM open playoffs with wins


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT Ally Sarabia had the hit that broke the game start, allowing one run on just three hits with
Warriors at Rockets,
5:30 p.m. Saturday
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open, mashing a two-run homer in the sixth. six strikeouts as he worked into the ninth
The College of San Mateo softball and base- Golden State Warriors (57-25, first in the
Riley Donovan added a two-run double, while inning. Brett Karalius, who had broken into
ball teams kicked off the Northern California Western Conference during the regular sea-
Amanda Ubois-Weitenhagen drove in a run the starting rotation with a trio of outstanding
regional Friday with a pair of wins. son) vs. Houston Rockets (53-29, fourth in
with her own double. starts, stumbled in relief of Prozell, allowing
The Lady Bulldogs, the top seed in Nor Cal, the Western Conference during the regular
Bella Zalba and Kaitlyn Grech had multiple two runs on two hits as he retired just one bat-
took out No. 16 Solano 7-1. The CSM base- season)
hits for the Bulldogs. Zalba led the way with ter.
ball squad, seeded No. 7, held off a late Sierra three knocks, while Grech added a pair. Offensively, the Bulldogs scored single Wes tern Co nference s eco nd ro und:
rally to outlast the 10th-seeded Wolverines 4- Emily McAdams improved to 27-1 in the runs in the fourth and sixth inning, and scored Golden State leads series 2-0
3. circle this season with a complete-game what turned out to be the game-winning runs Bo tto m l i ne: The Golden State Warriors
Both will continue Saturday in the best-of- effort. Solano scratched out its only run in the with two in the bottom of the seventh. visit the Houston Rockets in the Western
three series. First pitch for baseball is 11 top of the seventh as McAdams scattered six Shortstop Alec Ackerman did the bulk of the Conference second round with a 2-0 lead in
a.m., while softball starts at noon. An if-nec- hits while striking out 11. damage for CSM, driving in three runs while the series. The Warriors won the last matchup
essary third game will follow Saturday if CSM The CSM baseball team held Sierra score- going 2 for 4 from the plate with a double and 115-109. Kevin Durant scored 29 points to
loses the first game. less until the top of the ninth. The Wolverines a triple. Danny Carnazzo picked up the help lead Golden State to the win and James
While it looked like the softball team had one last gasp, scoring all their runs in Bulldogs’ other RBI. Harden totaled 29 points in defeat for
cruised, CSM did not put the Falcons away their final at-bat before CSM’s Carlo Leadoff hitter Christian Ontai set the table Houston.
until late. Leading 3-0, the Bulldogs scored Lopiccolo nailed down the save by getting the for CSM, finishing with three hits. Justin The Rockets are 32-20 in Western
four runs in the bottom of the sixth to give final out. Torres and Ackerman each had a pair of hits in Conference games. Houston is last in the
themselves some breathing room. Sophomore pitcher Sean Prozell got the the win. league scoring 42.1 points in the paint per
game.
The Warriors are 27-14 on the road. Golden

Scots stay in hunt for Bay title State is 7-7 in games decided by less than 4
points.
To p perfo rmers : Clint Capela is shoot-
ing 64.8 percent and averaging 16.6 points.
By Joe Roias their own by senior Aidan Macaluso. out the game and contributed six of the Harden has averaged 29.8 points and collect-
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT Woodring pitched five innings and gave up teams 13 hits, and that included five RBIs ed 7.6 rebounds while shooting 41.2 percent
two runs on two hits and had three strike- and seven runs. Two more runs would come over the last 10 games for Houston.
Carlmont senior Tyler DeSmidt hit a grand outs. in to score when senior Sean Vanderaa hit an Draymond Green ranks second on the
slam and totaled seven RBIs, while falling a Carlmont took the lead right back off of RBI single to left and DeSmidt hit an RBI Warriors with 7.3 rebounds and averages 7.4
triple short of hitting for the cycle, to lead an error by the Gators second baseman. In double down the left field line. points. Durant has averaged 29.5 points and
the Scots to a key 15-5 win over Sacred the top of the fourth, Sacred Heart Prep tied Sacred Heart Prep got outhit 13-6 and the collected 4.2 rebounds while shooting 49.7
Heart Prep. the game again at 2-2 when sophomore lack of timely hitting with runners in scor- percent over the last 10 games for Golden
DeSmidt’s monstrous offensive perform- Teddy Purcell hit an RBI groundout. ing position ultimately cost them. State.
ance drastically swung momentum in the The Gators pitching staff had some trou- Carlmont continued to put the pedal to the Duri ng the pl ay o ffs : Warri o rs :
Scots direction, and it led to Carlmont scor- ble with their command and it led to a dozen metal and scored another five runs to essen- Averaging 120.8 points, 44.9 rebounds,
ing in every inning except the first. wild pitches. One of them allowed Carlmont tially put the game out of reach. After an 29.4 assists, 7.4 steals and 6.6 blocks per
“We’re starting to play really good ball. senior Daniel Friis to score from third to RBI groundout set the score at 11-2, the game while shooting 49.7 percent from the
We’re peaking at the right time as playoffs give Carlmont a 3-2 lead. That was followed bases were loaded with two outs for field. Their opponents have averaged 112.1
approach and our confidence as a team rises with RBI singles by Kevin Shea and DeSmidt. His grand slam was an absolute points on 44.6 percent shooting.
the more momentum we build,” Carlmont DeSmidt, and it extended the Scots lead to bomb down the left field line, and it perfect- Ro ckets : Averaging 106.3 points, 41.1
manager Rich Vallero said. three. Carlmont would have tacked on more ly capped off an impressive offensive per- rebounds, 17.6 assists, 9.3 steals and 5.7
Both teams traded runs early on, but it was runs, but an incredible leaping catch by formance for the Carlmont senior. blocks per game while shooting 43.7 percent
Carlmont (8-4, PAL Bay, 14-10 overall) Gators shortstop Yianni Gardner put a stop from the field. Their opponents have aver-
who opened up the scoring in the bottom of to the bleeding. The Gators scored three runs in the final
inning, but it was too little too late as the aged 101.1 points on 42.3 percent shooting.
the second. Senior Logan Snow hit an RBI The Scots started to pull away in the fifth
Scots closed the game out. Ro ckets Injuri es : James Harden: day to
sacrifice fly to center field to give the Scots by scoring five runs. Carlmont exploded for
day (eye).
a 1-0 lead. seven consecutive hits, and the bottom of The win puts Carlmont one game back
Scots starting pitcher Aiden Woodring the lineup kicked off the inning with a sin- from first place Burlingame. Sacred Heart Warri o rs Injuri es : DeMarcus Cousins:
was perfect through the first two innings gle and then three consecutive doubles Prep will need every win they can get as out (torn right quad), Damian Jones: out (torn
until Sacred Heart Prep (5-7, 10-12-1) tied extended the Carlmont lead to 8-2. The bot- they battle Capuchino for the final playoff left pectoral), Stephen Curry: day to day
the game up at 1-1 with an RBI sac fly of tom of the lineup hit the ball well through- spot out of the Bay Division. (hand).
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since the first inning, Bellarmine had run-
Colorado at Sharks, ners at first and third and one out when
Valle-Janda got a would-be double-play
7 p.m. Saturday ball. Serra had the twin-killing in front of
them but, after getting the out at second,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS second baseman Marek Pallandino threw
high to first, allowing for Bellarmine jun-
Colorado Avalanche (38-30-14, fifth in the ior Garrett Arnold to score from third with
Central Division during the regular season) the tying run.
vs. San Jose Sharks (46-27-9, second in the The game had its fair share of weird plays.
Pacific Division during the regular season) Perhaps the most controversial play led
Wes tern co nference s eco nd ro und: to Serra’s Tyler Shaw being ejected from the
Series tied 2-2 game in the fourth inning. Shaw was bat-
ting with two on and one out when he hit an
Bo tto m l i ne: The San Jose Sharks and infield pop-up hugging the first-base line.
the Colorado Avalanche are in a 2-2 series tie As Bellarmine first baseman Gio Saso set
in the Western Conference second round. The himself and gloved the pop-up, Shaw ran
teams meet Saturday for the eighth time this right through him, with Saso somehow
season. The Avalanche won the last matchup holding on to the ball.
3-0.
Even had Saso dropped it, Shaw would
The Sharks are 25-11-5 at home. San Jose have been called out for failing to avoid a
is third in the NHL recording 9.7 points per fielder making a routine play. Shaw was also
game, averaging 3.5 goals and 6.2 assists. ejected, costing Serra its starting shortstop.
The Avalanche are 17-16-8 on the road. Shaw’s replacement seized on the oppor-
Colorado averages 9.4 penalty minutes per tunity, though, as junior shortstop Matty
game, the fourth-most in the league. Ian Cole TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Fong stepped into the No. 9 spot in the bat-
leads the team serving 115 total minutes. Serra catcher Omar Barraza celebrates a called third strike to end a bases-loaded jam in the ting order and launched the small-ball
To p perfo rmers : Brent Burns leads the top of the eighth inning of Serra’s 3-2, extra-inning win Friday at Frisella Field. assault that sparked the comeback rally in
Sharks with 67 assists and has collected 83 and bounced away. the ninth.
points this season. Logan Couture has nine
goals and two assists over the last 10 games
for San Jose.
SERRA
Continued from page 13
“Like always, we’re sending a guy two outs
and a runner on second,” Bellarmine manag-
er Mike Rodriguez said. “And for whatever
reason, the runner — I don’t know, I can’t
Leading off the ninth, Fong executed a
picturesque bunt single past the pitcher to
the right side of the diamond.
“That’s on his own,” Houle said. “And
Nathan MacKinnon leads the Avalanche
with 41 total goals and has totaled 99 points. really describe what happened because he he’s really good at playing the small ball.”
Mikko Rantanen has five goals and eight Serra was looking for clutch hits all day just said he didn’t think he was going to Clayton followed with sacrifice bunt to
assists over the last 10 games for Colorado. but couldn’t find them, stranding 10 runners score, so he stopped. It is what it is.” move Fong to second. Bellarmine then
Duri ng the pl ay o ffs : Av al anche: on base through the first eight innings. Valle-Janda struck out the next batter — intentionally walked Villar. After a single
Averaging 3.1 goals, 5.6 assists, 4.8 penal- But it was the three runners Bellarmine on a 3-2 pitch with a called third strike — by Thomas Gould to load the bases,
ties and 11.3 penalty minutes while giving stranded in the top of the eighth that loomed for his third punch-out of the day to walk off Dominic Meza topped a grounder to third
up 2.6 goals per game with a .920 save per- largest. the mound with the bases full of Bells. with Cerrito throwing home to force out
centage. With Serra right-hander Benito Valle- Valle-Janja allowed one run through four Fong at the plate for the second out.
Janda in his fourth inning of relief, the innings in relief of starting pitcher Timmy Falk followed with the first walk-off
Sharks : Averaging 3.2 goals, 5.4 assists,
Bells had runners at first and second when Ghiorso. knock of his varsity career though, setting
4.9 penalties and 12.6 penalty minutes while
Joey Cerrito lined a single to center. As “[Valle-Janda] really did a great job,” off a wild celebration to propel Serra into
giving up 3.3 goals per game with a .900
Padres center fielder Kannon Clayton gath- Houle said. “He pitches to contact, he gets the postseason on a high note.
save percentage.
ered to throw home, the Bells base runner groundballs. And as long as we play good “It felt so good,” Falk said. “It was crazy,
Sharks Injuri es : Radim Simek: out from second was being waived home by defense behind him, then he always keeps just the team running out there after me, just
(lower body), Joe Pavelski: day to day (upper third-base coach Nate Sutton. us in the game. And he’s a competitor too.” yelling and screaming.”
body), Joonas Donskoi: day to day (undis- The runner, halfway between third and Valle-Janda induced just such a groundball The Padres now advance to the upcoming
closed). home, turned back as Clayton’s throw on the one run he surrendered. In the top of WCAL tournament starting Tuesday, with
Av al anche Injuri es : None listed. short-hopped Serra catcher Omar Barraza the sixth, with Serra clinging to a 2-1 lead Serra hosting for a 4 p.m. start.
nitely suspended the policy that previously
Sports brief had kept events such as the men’s basket-
ball tournament out of Nevada.
NCAA rescinds ban on events With legal sports gambling having
in states with legal gambling already spread to seven other states, the ban
INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA has became impractical. In March, Mississippi
rescinded its policy prohibiting champi- State hosted NCAA women’s basketball
onship events from being held in states that tournament games. The state has allowed
have legalized sports gambling. betting on games since last summer.
The expected move was announced Friday. The NCAA Board of Governors also reiter-
After last year’s Supreme Court decision ated the association’s call for federal regula-
that opened the door for states to sponsor tion of sports wagering and an exemption
legalize sports betting, the NCAA indefi- on legal betting on college sports.
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Looking for some action on the Derby? Here’s some basic betting tips
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE BASICS on, the next step is placing the bet.
The obvious wager is betting on a horse Numerous websites such as
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Picking a horse to win to win. Just pick one. But after that, it can TwinSpires. com — Churchill Downs’
the Kentucky Derby is easy. get a little trickier. online service — Equibase. com and
Placing a bet is as close as a cellphone, Bets can be made on a horse to win, place TVG.com offer betting at racetracks world-
tablet, computer or even a smart TV with inter- (finish first or second) or show (finish first, wide. Wagering is free, but it will require
net access. But for the novice or inexperienced The Daily Racing Form gives bettors all the setting up a subscription and require bank-
second or third) — or all three with an
bettor, making a wager that pays off with a prof- information they need about the horses in a ing information to place bets and deposit
across-the-board wager. An exacta involves
it can be a challenge: Beginners need to know given race. winnings. Those services even provide live
correctly picking the first two horses in
how to place a bet, who to bet on and where to order, or in any order with a combination jockey, trainer, silks, saddle towel color and streaming and replays.
place the bet. known as a box bet (1-2 or 2-1, for exam- past performances. They can be purchased at
Off-track simulcasting in more than two ple). the track, simulcast venue or a track’s website. PARI-MUTUEL BETTING
dozen states offers a convenient alternative to Superfecta bets (picking the first four It will initially seem like a lot of numbers
going to the track. Of course, there’s always the horses) are also available, as are exotic and statistics, but tracks and web sites offer When wagering, the longer the odds the big-
actual experience of walking up to the betting wagers such as Pick 3 and Pick 6 that instructions on how to read and understand a ger the payoff.
window at the track. requires choosing the winning horses in program. One benefit to being at the track is In horse racing, the odds are not finalized
That’s a good option if you can’t get to multiple races. A Pick 3 and a Pick 6 are the seeing how the horse looks in the paddock or until the race begins. That is known as pari-
Churchill Downs, where 150,000 spectators are hardest to predict, leading to rollover jack- during the pre-race parade. Appearance and mutuel betting. That’s different than sports bet-
expected for Saturday’s 145th Derby and hop- pots that can be very lucrative. But they temperament are important, so keep an eye on ting in which bettors get the odds that are avail-
ing to get some action on Game Winner, the 9- probably are best left to more seasoned bet- horse’s ears to see how engaged the horse is able at the time they make their bet.
2 new morning line favorite after 4-1 previous tors. with the atmosphere. And while sports betting expanded in several
favorite Omaha Beach was scratched Wednesday And there’s nothing wrong with playing a states last year after the U.S. Supreme Court
evening with a breathing problem. DO YOUR HOMEWORK hunch, since after all, it’s just a gamble. ruled that states could legalize sports gambling,
Minimum bets vary from state to state, but Determining who to bet on can start with a ONLINE BETTING it does not include horse racing. Even in most
here are some things to consider when placing a daily racing program that lists entrants for states that have legalized sports betting, plac-
wager: each race and information including odds, After learning what to bet and who to bet ing a bet on horse racing is limited to the tracks.

with Ben Jones for the most Derby victories Winner. Improbable went 3-0 last year, never raced on one. Neither has Code of

DERBY
Continued from page 13
with six. He would become the first trainer to
win the race in consecutive years twice. His
last back-to-back winners were in 1997 and
including a win on the Churchill Downs dirt,
and finished second in this year’s Arkansas
Derby.
Honor, Roadster, Tax and Vekoma.
Horses that are 1-for-1 on off-tracks are:
Master Fencer, Maximum Security, Spinoff,
‘98. A victory by any of the four California- Tacitus and War of Will.
Baffert won last year’s Derby — the raini- based horses would surely boost the strug- Those with one or two losses on such
lacks only a Derby victory.
est on record — with Justify. Saturday’s fore- gling industry in the state, where a spate of tracks are: Bodexpress, By My Standards,
That prompted the early odds to be redone.
cast calls for a 90 percent chance of rain and 23 horse deaths over three months at Santa Country House, Cutting Humor, Gray
The race also lost 30-1 shot Haikal after the
a high of 66 degrees (18 Celsius). Anita triggered a raft of medication and safe- Magician, Improbable, Long Range Toddy,
colt was scratched with an infected left front
foot. It sure looks like anybody’s soggy race ty rules changes that are affecting the rest of Plus Que Parfait and Win Win Win.
this time. the sport. Baffert touted undefeated Florida Derby
“This is a crazy game and anything can
happen,” said Bret Calhoun, who trains By “It’s whoever gets the trip,” Baffert said of Every horse in the Derby, except Japan- winner Maximum Security as the horse that
My Standards. “We just have to hold our the 1 1/4-mile journey. “Especially now that bred Master Fencer, will run on Lasix, the should be the favorite.
breaths until we get there.” it’s going to rain, we don’t know what is anti-bleeding medication allowed on race “He’s a horse that nobody is talking about
War of Will benefited slightly from going to happen. It’s too bad the weather is day in the U.S. Churchill Downs and the and that’s a horse that I’m worried about,” he
Haikal’s scratch. He won’t have to start in not going to work with us.” other Triple Crown tracks announced recent- said. “He’s run faster than we have.”
the No. 1 post, which will be left vacant. The Game Winner finished second to Roadster ly the drug will be banned starting in 2021. Gary and Mary West have two shots to win
field will break from posts 2 through 20. in the Santa Anita Derby. Roadster’s only Game Winner’s breeding suggests a slop- their first Derby since they own both Game
A win by any of Baffert’s trio would tie him loss in four career starts was to Game py track would appeal to him, although he’s Winner and Maximum Security.
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Plenty of worries heading SATURDAY


WHAT’S ON TAP
Track and field
PAL championships at Menlo-Atherton, 10:30 a.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE GLANCE
Friday’s Games
Chicago Cubs 4, St. Louis 0
Oakland 14, Pittsburgh 1
Philadelphia 4, Washington 2

into the Run for the Roses


WBAL championships at Gunn, 5 p.m. Atlanta 7, Miami 2
San Francisco 12, Cincinnati 11, 11 innings
Badminton Milwaukee 3, N.Y. Mets 1
PAL championships at Aragon, all day Arizona 10, Colorado 9
L.A. Dodgers 4, San Diego 3
Saturday’s Games

T
he famed garland of red what every- finish well and know that I was at Swimming St. Louis (Wacha 2-0) at Cubs (Darvish 2-3), 1:05 p.m.
roses will be draped over body knows. fault for running him.” CCS championships at Santa Clara International Atlanta (Soroka 2-1) at Miami (Richards 0-4),3:10 p.m.
Swim Center, 2 p.m. A’s (Bassitt 1-0) at Pitt (Williams 1-1), 4:05 p.m.
the horse that crosses the Everybody If this sport is to survive, that Washington (Corbin 2-1) at Philly (Arrieta 4-2),4:05 p.m.
line first in the Kentucky Derby. has that dream is the mantra everyone must Mets (Wheeler 2-2) at Milwaukee (Gonzalez 0-0),4:10 p.m.
It would be an even bigger tri- to win it.” adopt. WARRIORS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE Giants (Rodriguez 3-3) at Cincinnati (Roark 1-1),4:10 p.m.
But when Arizona (Weaver 2-1) at Colorado (Freeland 2-4),5:10 p.m.
umph if all 19 of these marvelous Tighter rules and regulations are Warriors 4, L.A. Clippers 2 Dodgers (Hill 0-0) at SD (Lucchesi 3-2), 5:40 p.m.
animals make it under the wire Mandella’s fine, and some sort of national Saturday, April 13: Warriors 121, L.A. Clippers 104 Sunday’s Games
safely. horse was governing body is sorely needed, Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Warriors 131 Atlanta at Miami, 10:10 a.m.
having trou- Oakland at Pittsburgh, 10:35 a.m.
As horse racing prepares for its but none of that will matter if Thursday, April 18: Warriors 132, Clippers 105 Washington at Philadelphia, 11:05 a.m.
biggest day, everyone around ble breathing, human beings don’t do the right Sunday, April 21: Warriors 113, Clippers 105 N.Y. Mets at Milwaukee, 11:10 a.m.
Churchill Downs is holding their he made the thing. There’s no way to keep an x-Wednesday, April 24: Clippers 129, Warriors 121 Arizona at Colorado, 12:10 p.m.
decision to x-Friday, April 26: Warriors 129, Clippers 110 L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 1:10 p.m.
breath just a bit.
The one thing the sport can’t
PAUL pull him out
eye on every farm, every barn,
every stall.
San Francisco at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m.
St. Louis at Chicago Cubs, 4:05 p.m.
afford is another tragedy. NEWBERRY of the race. It
was a gut-
Death at the racetrack is hardly
Warriors 2, Houston 0
Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100
A dark cloud has settled over the
wrenching call, for both the train-
a new phenomenon, of course. Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109 AMERICAN LEAGUE GLANCE
sport of kings in recent months, Ruffian died from injuries sus- Saturday, May 4: Golden State at Houston, 5:30 p.m.
and we’re not even talking about a er and the colt’s owner. tained in a highly publicized Monday, May 6: Golden State at Houston, 6:30 p.m. Friday’s Games
stormy forecast that might turn Mandella has never won the match race in 1975. Barbaro shat- x-Wednesday, May 8: Houston at Golden State, 7:30
N.Y. Yankees 6, Minnesota 3
Oakland 14, Pittsburgh 1
the track into a muddy mess come Derby with six previous starters. tered a leg during the 2006 p.m. Tampa Bay 7, Baltimore 0
Saturday. At his age, this very well could be Preakness and succumbed to the x-Friday, May 10: Golden State at Houston, TBD Cleveland 2, Seattle 1
his final shot. Ditto for the colt’s x-Sunday, May 12: Houston at Golden State, TBD Detroit 4, Kansas City 3
On the West Coast, a rash of injuries about eight months later. Toronto 1, Texas 0, 12 innings
deaths during the winter racing 78-year-old owner, Rick Porter. And then there was Eight Belles, Boston 6, Chicago White Sox 1
season led to a temporary shut- He is a cancer survivor who has horribly breaking down while SHARKS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE Saturday’s Games
Minnesota (Odorizzi 3-2) atYankees (Happ 1-2),10:05 a.m.
down at famed Santa Anita and twice finished second in the being slowed after completing the KC (Bailey 2-3) at Detroit (Ross 1-3), 1:10 p.m.
San Jose 4, Vegas 3
fueled an increasingly bellicose Derby, including the tragic year Derby, leading to her being put to Seattle (Leake 2-3) at Cleveland (Carrasco 2-3),1:10 p.m.
Wednesday, April 10: San Jose 5, Vegas 2 A’s (Bassitt 1-0) at Pitt (Williams 1-1), 4:05 p.m.
crusade by animal-right activists of 2008 when his filly, Eight death right on the track. Friday, April 12: Vegas 5, San Jose 3 Tampa Bay (TBD) at Baltimore (Bundy 0-4), 4:05 p.m.
who want to put a pursuit they see Belles, broke her front legs after Boston(Rodriguez2-2)atWhiteSox(Banuelos2-0),4:10p.m.
Yet, those always seemed like Sunday, April 14: Vegas 6, San Jose 3
as inhumane out to pasture. crossing the finish line and had to Tuesday, April 16: Vegas 5, San Jose 0
Houston (Miley 1-2) vs. Angels (Cahill 1-2)
isolated incidents. The gruesome at Monterrey, Mexico, 4:10 p.m.
If, heaven forbid, another horse be euthanized. Thursday, April 18: San Jose 5, Vegas 2 Toronto (TBD) at Texas (Lynn 3-2), 5:05 p.m.
season at Santa Anita, where 23
should break down with more than “Horsemen care for their ani- Sunday, April 21: San Jose 2, Vegas 1, 2OT Sunday’s Games
horses have perished since the Minnesota at N.Y. Yankees, 10:05 a.m.
100,000 watching in the stands mals,” Mandella said. “We don’t Tuesday, April 23: San Jose 5, Vegas 4, OT
day after Christmas, cast a spot- Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 10:05 a.m.
and millions more tuning in on always get the warning and things Kansas City at Detroit, 10:10 a.m.
light on enormity of the problem,
NBC, it might be time to happen. But horsemen always San Jose 2, Colorado 2 Seattle at Cleveland, 10:10 a.m.
which clearly extends far beyond Oakland at Pittsburgh, 10:35 a.m.
acknowledge that racing is truly look for the warning signs and Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2
Boston at Chicago White Sox, 11:10 a.m.
a single track. Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, San Jose 3
— and deservedly — in the home- don’t want to do the wrong Toronto at Texas, 12:05 p.m.
thing.” Not surprisingly, Churchill Tuesday, April 30: San Jose 4, Colorado 2 Houston vs. Angels at Monterrey, Mexico, 1:10 p.m.
stretch of its very existence. Downs announced a series of safe- Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0
While the scratching of favorite With that in mind, longshot
Haikal joined Omaha Beach on ty initiatives two weeks ago, Saturday, May 4: Colorado at San Jose, 7 p.m.
TRANSACTIONS
Omaha Beach was a huge disap- including a new $8 million equine x-Monday, May 6: San Jose at Colorado, TBA
pointment, it also was an encour- the scratched list Friday morning x-Wednesday, May 8: Colorado at San Jose, TBA
because of an abscess in his left medical center, a proposal to BASEBALL
aging indication that horse racing eliminate use of the disputed drug American League
front hoof.
realizes the stakes have never
been higher. Omaha Beach had trained well Lasix on race days, and additional MLS GLANCE CLEVELAND INDIANS — Placed RHP Corey Klu-
ber on the 10-day IL, retroactive to May 2. Recalled
and shown no signs of distress camera surveillance of all track RHP Jon Edwards from Columbus (IL).
Nothing is more important than Friday’s Game
during his time on the track at facilities. But all of those will DETROIT TIGERS — Reinstated RHP Tyson Ross
the health and safety of the hors- Vancouver at Colorado, 9 p.m. from the paternity list.
Churchill Downs. But after the take a year or longer to imple- OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Recalled OF Skye Bolt
es, along with those who ride ment, meaning they won’t have Saturday’s Games
colt developed a cough, a veteri- from Las Vegas (PCL).
them. any impact on this year’s Derby. LA Galaxy at New York, 11 a.m. TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Selected RHP Derek Law
nary exam revealed an entrapped from Buffalo (IL). Designated UTL UTIL Alen Han-
Not even the Kentucky Derby, epiglottis. While generally not a So hold your breath. FC Dallas at Houston, 1 p.m.
son for assignment.
one of the rare days when this career-threatening condition, it When the gate springs open on
Toronto FC at Orlando City, 1 p.m.
National League
niche sport goes mainstream. does have to be corrected with Saturday, all we can do is hope New York City FC at Montreal, 2 p.m. COLORADO ROCKIES — Reinstated C Chris Ian-
“When you learn about horse New England at Philadelphia, 4:30 p.m. netta from the 10-day IL. Designated C Drew Butera
minor surgery. everyone makes it back alive. for assignment.
racing, the first thing you learn is That means this Omaha Beach
Columbus at D.C. United, 5 p.m.
SAN DIEGO PADRES — Optioned RHP Luis Per-
the Kentucky Derby,” said Richard won’t compete in any of the Paul Newberry is a sports columnist for Seattle at Minnesota United, 5 p.m. domo to El Paso (PCL). Transferred RHP Brett
Mandella, the Hall of Fame trainer The Associated Press. Write to him at Portland at Real Salt Lake, 6 p.m. Kennedy to the 60-day IL. Selected the contract of
Triple Crown events. pnewberry(at)ap.org or at www.twit-
OF Alex Dickerson from El Paso.
for Omaha Beach. “Whether you “As bad as it felt” to scratch the Cincinnati at San Jose, 7 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Recalled RHP Tyler
are a jockey or trainer or groom, a ter.com/pnewberry1963 His work can Chicago at Los Angeles FC, 7:30 p.m. Beede from Sacramento (PCL). Selected the con-
horse, Mandella said, “it would be be found at tract of OF Mike Gerber from Sacramento. Placed C
hot walker, an owner, it doesn’t a horrible feeling to have him not https://apnews.com/search/paul%20ne Sunday’s Game Erik Kratz on the 10-day IL, retroactive to May 1. Des-
matter. The Kentucky Derby is wberry Atlanta at Sporting Kansas City, 6 p.m. ignated OF Gerardo Parra for assignment.

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single in the third around bases-clear- to the game that enables him to was going on, but the school
A’s brief
Phegley drives in eight,
ing doubles in the second and fourth,
and added a long solo homer in the
ninth. He finished 4 for 5 for the A’s,
TENNIS
Continued from page 13
finish matches quickly.
“He’s very efficient (during his
matches). It’s not just his tennis,
finally got the new and improved
courts opened for this season.
Over the weekend, the team made it
A’s end six-game skid who jumped on Joe Musgrove (1-3) it’s the fact that he works really their own by hanging all their PAL
early to win for just the fifth time in quickly,” Sorenson said. championship banners.
PITTSBURGH — Josh Phegley 18 tries away from O.Co Coliseum. With Friday’s win, M-A When you add in Jensen’s abili- “It feels good, especially in
drove in a career-high eight runs to Matt Chapman added his ninth improved to 154-1 against PAL ties, it adds up to a lot of quick front of all the new banners,” said
set a franchise record for most RBIs home run for Oakland and Kendry competition since 2009 — that matches. Andrew, who finished runner-up to
in a game by a catcher and the Morales went 3 for 4 as the A’s set “1” came in a loss to Carlmont in “He’s solid all the way around,” Berthier in the PAL champi-
Oakland Athletics snapped a six- season highs in both runs and hits 2013. Sorenson said. “He’s the textbook onships.
game losing streak with 14-1 victory (16), and nearly matched their entire That kept the Bears focused on all-court player. … He does every- If Berthier felt pressure, Andrew
over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday 15-run output during the six-game Friday’s match despite the comfort thing well.” was on the other end of the spec-
night. slide that dropped them to the bot- level of having beaten the Scots Jensen was followed minutes trum.
Phegley sandwiched a run-scoring tom of the American League West. twice already this season. later by the No. 2 doubles team of “It was comforting (facing
“I think that there was a little Erik Hanson and Mason Lau, who Carlmont),” Andrew said. “I knew
was called up from Triple-A. He more pressure,” said Tim Berthier,

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doubled and walked in four plate
appearances.
M-A’s No. 1 singles player and the
reigning PAL singles champion.
Sorenson said his team was
dropped two games in the first set
before going on for the straight-
set win with a bagel in the second.
Zach Ostrom and Griffin Voss
who I was playing and what his
game is like. Everyone was pretty
confident.”
PARRA FAREWELL without two starters during the dropped only one game in their 6- No. 4 St. Ignatius 6, Aragon 1
The Giants designed outfielder 2013 loss, but had his full lineup 0, 6-1 No. 1 doubles victory,
down a flyball on the warning Friday. And whether the Bears were while the No. 3 doubles team of The Dons struggled against the
track. Gerardo Parra for assignment to
open a spot for Gerber. Parra fired up to be hosting their first Ammar Safdari and Josh Wiseman Wildcats, who won back-to-back
Reds starter Sonny Gray gave up CCS home match in four years, or rounded out the doubles sweep and CCS titles in 2016 and 2017.
three runs in five innings but signed a minor league deal in
February and made the opening were simply excited to play as a garnered the match-clinching The No. 1 doubles team for
remained winless for the team he team for the first time in two fourth team point with a 6-1, 6-2 Aragon (16-4) of Rithik Booreddy
grew up cheering as the Giants put day roster but batted only .198
with one homer. weeks, M-A was ready to play. decision. and Richard Tang prevented the
together their highest-scoring As has been the case this sea- Seniors Berthier and Jake sweep by SI (16-5) with a three-set
game of the season. son, freshman Luke Jensen got the win over Daniel Gaffney and Asa
Steven Duggar drove in three, UP NEXT Andrew gave the Bears points 5
Kong. The Aragon pair dropped
party started for the Bears with a and 6 with 6-3, 6-4 and 6-1, 6-4
Joe Panik hit a two-run homer and Gi ants : Dereck Rodriguez (3-3) dominating performance at No. 4 victories, respectively. And when the first set 2-6, but they came
Brandon Belt singled home two in is coming off one of his worst singles, winning 6-0, 6-1. M-A Maxsim Lukic hit a passing win- back to win the final two sets by
the eighth as the Giants cut it to starts, allowing a career-high six co-coach Carlos Aguilar said ner, he pumped his fist to post a 6- the same score.
11-10. runs in an 11-5 loss to the Jensen has been the first player off 2, 7-5 win at No. 3 singles. Daniel Duan, at No. 2 singles,
The Giants also have struggled Yankees. in every Bears’ match this season, For the M-A seniors, it was their and No. 3 singles player Ilan
to hit, batting .214 as a team, and Reds : Tanner Roark (1-1) is 6-1 save one. first home playoff match. The Leventhal each forced a first-set
made a move pregame to help the in eight career starts against the Sorenson said in addition to courts at M-A were closed for three tiebreaker before going on to lose
offense. Outfielder Mike Gerber Giants with a 2.59 ERA. Jensen’s talent, it’s his approach seasons as campus construction in straight sets for the Dons.
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‘The Lion King’ roars again By Lindsey Bahr the background, it got a little
Summer movie preview: Sequels THE ASSOCIATED PRESS emotional in that room.
“Working on it doesn’t
galore, but some original gems too Director Jon Favreau has
just left a scoring session for
make it any less emotional,”
Favreau said.
By Lindsey Bahr audiences. Summer at the “The Lion King “ with Hans And don’t even get him
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS movies has long been syn- Zimmer and an orchestra. It started on what it was like to
onymous with blockbusters was for the stampede (yes, listen to James Earl Jones
Pass the popcorn, the sum- and franchises that are easy THAT stampede). And it will record his lines as Mufasa.
mer movie season is here and to spend a few hours with. come as no surprise to anyone Favreau and an army of
all the spectacle and air-con- For the most part, 2019 is no familiar with the 1994 ani- people behind the scenes are
ditioned respite it offers mated classic that, with
See PREVIEW, Page 23 Favreau’s footage playing in See LION KING, Page 22
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Toni Morrison’s ‘Jazz’ adapted for stage that Joe gives Violet.
By Judy Richter
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT Also involved in the story is the migra-
tion of Southern blacks to Harlem, where
“Jazz” at Marin Theatre Company opens they enjoyed greater freedom from oppres-
confusingly with a funeral, but what is the sion.
significance of the deceased and why is Directed by Awoye Timpo, everyone in
she mourned? the cast, including Lisa Lacy, Tiffany
The answers become clear later in Nambi Tenille and Dane Troy, does well with cre-
E. Kelley’s adaptation of Toni Morrison’s ating characters.
book of the same name. Although the title might imply lots of
In the meantime, it isn’t easy to follow music, the orchestral (recorded) and vocal
the action because it shifts from 1926 to score by Marcus Shelby is used sparingly
memories of times past without much but effectively.
warning. Thanks to choreographer Joanne
Eventually what evolves is a love trian- Haigood, there also is some impressive
gle involving Violet (C. Kelly Wright); dancing, especially by the athletic Mayes
her husband Joe (Michael Gene Sullivan); and Troy.
and Dorcas (Dezi Solèy), the young woman Despite some confusing moments, this
with whom he has an affair. production of “Jazz” holds one’s atten-
Others in the eight-person, all-black tion.
cast include Bay Area favorite Margo Running about 100 minutes with no
Hall, mainly as Alice, an older, wiser intermission, it will continue through KEVIN BERNE
woman; and lithe Paige Mayes as the May 19 at Marin Theatre Company, 397 From left, Dane Troy, Tiffany Tenille, Michael Gene Sullivan, C. Kelly Wright, Margo Hall, Paige
my t h i cal Go l den Gray an d t h e p arro t Miller Ave., Mill Valley. Mayes, Lisa Lacy star in ‘Jazz.’

Everything adds up to a hit


Palo Alto Players stages entertaining ‘Flower Drum Song’
By Judy Richter Moreover, the all-Asian and Asian-
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT American cast is terrific under Lily Tung
Crystal’s direction and imaginative stag-
If ever a production number itself is worth ing.
the price of admission, it’s “Fan Tan Y. Sharon Peng’s sometimes elaborate
Fannie” in Palo Alto Players’ production of costumes and Ting-Na Wang’s set create a
“Flower Drum Song.” visual spectacle augmented by Pamila
The precision fan snaps and dancing by Gray’s lighting and Brandie Larkin’s sound.
the ensemble and Marah Sotelo as Linda Much credit also goes to choreographer
Low are nothing short of spectacular. Alex Hsu, along with consultants in
There’s so much more, though, in this dialects, culture, Chinese opera and Chinese
musical by composer Richard Rodgers and dance. Music director Amanda Ku leads the
JOYCE GOLDSCHMID
lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II. basically fine orchestra except for a few sour
Linda Low (Marah Sotelo) and her nightclub dancers (Kristy Aquino, Yoshi Humfeld, Miko notes.
Ison, Ruri Kodama, Karen Law and Masami Savage) in Palo Alto Players’ ‘Flower Drum Song.’ Start with memorable songs like “A
Thus you have just the right blend of
Hundred Million Miracles,” “I Enjoy Being
ingredients for a hit show.
a Girl, ” “You Are Beautiful, ” “Grant
The characters are multi-dimensional,
Avenue,” “Love, Look Away” and more.
too, starting with sweet-voiced Emily Song
Add in David Henry Hwang’s updated adap- as Mei-Li, the heroine. After her father is
tation of the original book by Hammerstein seized by Chinese Communists, she joins
and Joseph Fields. Hwang’s version focuses others taking the arduous boat trip to San
on Chinese immigrants’ struggles as they
try to adapt to American life in 1949 and
1950. See FLOWER, Page 22
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MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM
By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

TERRA INFERMA: ARTWORK


ADDRESSES CLIMATE CHANGE, AT
THE PENINSULA MUSEUM OF ART
IN BURLINGAME. Artists consider the
world around us and express their thoughts
through a variety of medium. From May 19
through July 28, artists Kim Anno, Jon
Kerpel and Doyle Wegner share creations
that address the issue of climate change.
The public is invited to meet the artists at
the opening reception 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
May 19. A Panel Discussion with local cli-
mate experts Mark Decena and Lauren
Speeth and the artists is scheduled 2 p.m.
June 9.
Artist Kim Anno explores the insect
world, as insects are particularly sensitive
to climate change and face challenges on an
immense scale. Her recent interests and
expertise have been in the intersection of
art and science, particularly in aesthetic
issues surrounding climate change, water
and adaptation. For her show at PMA, Anno
exhibits a butterfly collection, giving
them agency to move or fly off her illus-
trated page. And since the Bay Area is home
to a tapestry of butterfly species, her work
incorporates the Mission Blue and the
Checkered Skipper butterflies, among oth-
ers.
Artist Jon Kerpel’s assemblages are part
of a series entitled “Earth Saints,” dedicated
to those who have made enormous sacri-
Artist Jon Kerpel’s assemblages are part of a
fices for environmental causes. These
series entitled ‘Earth Saints.’
include Dorothy Stang, Julia Butterfly Hill cupying his daily modern American life fall
and Jane Goodall. Dorothy Stang was a nun to earth, and he is finally free. Wegner has
who was shot dead protecting the Amazon lived in the Bay Area for over 50 years and
Basin. Julia Butterfly Hill sat at the top of in Japan for 10 years, studying woodblock
a redwood tree for over 500 days to keep it printing and Japanese brush-painting.
from being logged. Jane Goodall has dedi- The Peninsula Museum of Art is a free
cated her life to creating an awareness of nonprofit visual arts complex housing five
how important jungle creatures are. In order museum exhibit galleries, a children’s art
to affirm the importance of the natural program, a library resource center, and a For her show at PMA, Kim Anno exhibits a butterfly collection, giving them agency to move
world, Kerpel’s sculptures take the form of gift shop. Its focus is art created by living or fly off her illustrated page.
temples and shrines. He often combines artists with a Greater Bay Area connection.
jewels and shiny objects with animal PMA is also home to the Museum Studios,
imagery in order to make the creature world 30 working artist studios where visual
more visible and attract more positive artists work and exhibit their creations in
attention to it. painting, sculpture, photography, mixed
Artist Doyle Wegner considers himself a media, jewelry, fiber art and millinery.
storyteller. His images blend the everyday Located at 1777 California Drive.
world with the realm of dreams, imagina- Burlingame. Open 11 a. m. to 5 p. m.
tion, myth and fairy tale. As a graphic Wednesday through Sunday. Free admission
artist/illustrator for the East Bay Regional and parking. For more information visit
Park District, he has also worked in a real- peninsulamuseum.org or call 692-2101.
istic manner in the rendering of plants and
animals. In Wegner’s Rescued, a man is
pulled through the sky by a thin, barely- Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdai-
visible string, defying the laws of physics. lyjournal.com or www.twitter.com/susanci-
tyscene.
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Continued from page 19
collaborate with. He was ready to take it to
the next level. So, he raised his hand for the
big job.
Glover as Simba, Beyoncé as Nala,
Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar, Seth Rogen as
Pumbaa and Billy Eichner as Timon, the
warrior and also has a big heart and encap-
sulates a lot of different archetypes,” he
said. “I wanted the way she was choreo-
“I kind of lobbied for it,” Favreau said. process was pretty similar to what they graphed and with lions and the fight scenes
The studio waited until “The Jungle Book” would have done for a traditionally animat- to have a resonance with the power with
putting the finishing touches on what ed movie, but Favreau also filmed the actors which (Beyoncé) choreographs her stage
might be this summer’s most anticipated was out to give him the official word, but
the 2016 movie which scored with both during their voice recording sessions to show.”
release, one that’s been three years in the help the animators. He knew it would look And of course there’s the music, which is
making with some of the biggest names in critics and audiences, turned out to be a pret-
ty good audition. And he set to work prep- to weird to try to translate human expres- just as important as the images in conjuring
entertainment, including Beyoncé, and the sions onto the cats’ faces so instead emo- up all the emotion and nostalgia associated
expectations couldn’t be higher. None of ping this “live-action” “Lion King, ”
which, it should be said isn’t live-action at tion is conveyed through body language with the original.
the other major studios are even daring to (and a little mouth moving for the dia-
go up against “The Lion King” when it all. It’s a combination of virtual reality and Zimmer has updated and built upon his
“keyframe animation,” which means that logue). own score from 25 years ago, which will
opens July 19.
the animals are all animated by hand, “just Anyone who’s seen the marketing thus far also integrate music from the stage show
The animated film, which opened in June
like all the old animated movies,” Favreau has no doubt recognized some familiar and the 2D film.
1994 at the peak of the Disney animation
explained. In other words, if you visited the touchstones from the 1994 film. So famil- “It’s quite a lush version of the soundtrack
renaissance, went on to become a critical
set, you would not find some gargantuan iar, in fact, that many started to wonder if and the score,” Favreau said.
hit, the highest grossing film of the year at
soundstage and a bunch of actors running this was going to be a shot-for-shot There will be some recognizable songs,
the worldwide box office (it was second
around acting like lions while covered in remake. Favreau said that isn’t the case. including “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,”
domestically to “Forrest Gump”), a two-
time Oscar winner for Zimmer’s score and motion capture bodysuits and dots. “It diverges quite a bit,” he said. “It’s “Hakuna Matata,” “Be Prepared,” “I Just
the song “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” Rather, it was more of a “black box with much longer than the original film. And part Can’t Wait to Be King” and “Circle of Life,”
and a Broadway show — now the third- people wearing headsets and VR goggles.” of what we’re doing here is to (give it more plus some new ones too.
longest running and one of the most suc- The VR was used to “drive the camera” and dimension) not just visually but both story And the hope is that this version res-
cessful in history. So it was only a matter of “instead of just one layout artist on a com- wise and emotionally.” onates not only with the generations that
time before the Walt Disney Co., in this puter, we had a full crew operating virtual The main story points are the same, but grew up with “The Lion King,” but with a
new era of live-action remakes of its ani- cameras in a virtual reality environment,” like the stage musical, there will be differ- new batch of kids as well who may be expe-
mated library which this year included both he said. ences too. Plus, he wanted to capitalize on riencing it for the first time this way.
“Dumbo” and “Aladdin,” turned to one of its That includes esteemed cinematographer the uniqueness of his actors. “It’s about the life cycle and coming of
most beloved. Caleb Deschanel, a six-time Oscar nomi- With Beyoncé, for instance, he even age and saying goodbye and all the things
Favreau wasn’t finished with his version nee. changed the way he directed her and that we all deal with,” Favreau said. “It’s not
of “The Jungle Book” when he started The resulting special effect is that “It approached her animation after seeing her a story that’s often told but it’s a story
inquiring about plans for “The Lion King.” should feel like a live-action movie,” he stage show and all the personas she chan- that’s probably the most universal story
He’d learned so much about motion capture said, even if it’s technically animated. nels for each song. there is.”

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to appeal to more modern American tastes
with the popular nightclub format offered
once a week at Wang’s club.
brassy Madame Liang (Melinda Meeng), a
talent agent hired by Linda, become attract-
ed to each other.
return to China.
There’s more, but all turns out well in this
highly entertaining show.
Wang does come around and takes center Every principal character seems perfectly In the curtain call, each performer says
stage in the Act 2 opening, “Chop Suey.” suited for his or her role. Besides those where he or she was born. Most of them are
Francisco and a hoped-for new life.
He emerges from a giant Chinese takeout already mentioned, Joey Alvarado plays the from Asian countries.
She finds a Chinatown club whose owner,
carton while the women sport fortune wise, kindly Uncle Chin and Bryan Munar is Running about 2 1/2 hours with one inter-
Wang (Bryan Pangilinan), tries to make a
cookie hats and the men wield giant chop- the fussy costumer, Harvard. mission, “Flower Drum Song” will continue
living performing traditional Chinese
sticks. John Paul Kilecdi-Li portrays Chao, who through May 12 at the Lucie Stern Theater,
opera with his son, Ta (Jomar Martinez.)
Wang hires her to dance with him when she In the midst of all this spectacle, there’s made the journey with Mei-Li and is attract- 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto.
shows she’s more accomplished than Ta. romance, though it’s sometimes rocky. ed to her. After working in a fortune cookie For tickets and information call (650)
Mei-Li grows fonder of Ta, who pursues factory that’s a virtual sweatshop, however, 329-0891 or visit paplayers.org.

Buddhist Church of Christ

SAN MATEO
BUDDHIST TEMPLE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Jodo Shinshu Buddhist
(Pure Land Buddhism) 525 South Bayshore Blvd. SM
2 So. Claremont St.
650-343-4997
San Mateo Bible School 9:45am
(650) 342-2541
Sunday English Service & Services 11:00am and
Dharma School - 9:30 AM
2:00pm
Reverend Henry Adams
www.sanmateobuddhisttemple.org Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm
Minister J.S. Oxendine
www.church-of-christ.org/cocsm
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which is based on a real trip she took

SATURDAY, MAY 4
Calendar
$15. For more information call 346-
PREVIEW
Continued from page 1
with Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, Rachel
Dratch and others. In the film, the
group of friends gets together in
Peninsula Humane Society 4615. Napa to celebrate a 50th birthday.
B irdwatching f or B eginner s. 8 “There are just not enough repre-
a.m. to 11 a.m. Peninsula Humane SUNDAY, MAY 5 different. sentations of long female relation-
Society and SPCA, 12 Airport Blvd., Opening of the ‘Plus One’ Ar t
San Mateo. Learn from experienced Exhibit. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Main You want superheroes? You’ve got ships,” Poehler said. “We’re obsessed
birders about local bird species, Gallery, 1018 Main St., Redwood “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and with the beginnings and endings of
their habitats and how you can live City. More than 30 artists presenting
in harmony with them. Free, regis- their 2D and 3D work in acrylic, “Dark Phoenix” on the horizon. Or things and there’s so much to tell in
tration required. For more informa- watercolor, mixed media, photogra- sequels? There’s “Toy Story 4, ” the middle.”
tion call 340-7022. phy, metal, wood, ceramic, jewelry “John Wick: Chapter 3 —
and glass. For more information call The film will be getting a limited
Free PJCC Pilates Day Event. 8 701-1018. Parabellum,” “Godzilla: King of the theatrical run, too, but she likes that
a.m. to 1 p.m. PJCC, 800 Foster City Monsters,” “The Secret Life of Pets audiences will have the option to
Blvd., Foster City. Free reformer class Peninsula R ose Society 2019
and demonstrations, refreshments Annual Rose Show. 11 a.m. to 4 2,” and even a “Fast & Furious” spin- watch it with wine and then just roll
and more. For more information call p.m. 1400 Roosevelt Ave., Redwood off, “Hobbs & Shaw.” How about a into bed if they want.
378-2736. City. Hundreds of roses on display.
Consulting Rosarian and Master reboot with a casting twist? Look no “The summer can be a land of
further than the “Dirty Rotten He has a modern sense of humor.”
Annual Plant Sale. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Gardener presentation. Free. For opportunity for films that offer an
Casa de Flores, 737 Walnut St., San more information call 465-3967. Scoundrels” update “The Hustle, ” It’s not the only big original
Carlos. Free. For more information movie coming out this summer fea- antidote to the overwhelming
call 591-6050 Wild West Days 2019. 11 a.m. to 8 with Anne Hathaway and Rebel onslaught of blockbusters that are
p.m. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Wilson, or “Men In Black: turing a South Asian lead, either.
Saturday Morning Yarn. 10:30 a.m. School, 301 Grand St., Redwood City. There’s the Bruce Springsteen-sound- the stock in trade of the industry’s
South San Francisco Main Library, Carnival rides, game booths, raffles, International,” with Tessa Thompson biggest season, ” said Paul
840 W. Orange Ave., South San food and live entertainment. Free. and Chris Hemsworth.   Biopics? tracked film “Blinded by the Light,”
Francisco. All experience levels For more information call 475-7995. from “Bend It Like Beckham” director Dergarabedian, senior media analyst
allowed. Free. For more information
“Rocketman” is coming and “Brian for Comscore.
Old Woodside Store Day. Noon to Banks” too. A literary adaptation? Gurinder Chadha , the Uber driver
call 829-3860.
4 p.m. Woodside Store, 3300 Tripp who gets in over his head comedy Of course it’s usually the franchises
There’s “The Sun Is Also a Star” and that earn the most. Last summer the
KidZ in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South Road, Woodside. Live bluegrass
“Where’d You Go Bernadette?” Or a “Stuber,” with Kumail Nanjiani, and
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. music and children’s activities. Free. top five films were all sequels and
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. For more information call 851-7615. remake of an animated classic? Mindy Kaling’s “Late Night, ” in
Recommended for ages 2 to 5. Free. which she plays a diversity hire on a accounted for over 40 percent of the
For more information call 829-3860. The Musical Odyssey : Dances Disney has you covered with two: overall summer box office. The last
From Around the World. 1 p.m. to 2 “Aladdin” and “The Lion King.” late night talk show writing staff.
Author Julayne Lee to speak at p.m. Community United Methodist There’s also diversity in the inde- time a non-animated original topped
San Mateo Public Library. 10:30 Church, 777 Miramontes St., Half But there is also a world of original the summer box office was in 1998
pendent realm with two notable and
a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Oak Room, San Moon Bay. A memorable musical films that will add fresh stories, with “Saving Private Ryan.” And this
Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third afternoon of rhythms, styles and highly personal visions manifested
unique perspectives, depth and diver- year needs all the help it can get,
Ave., San Mateo. Free. For more cultures from around the globe. in Lulu Wang’s “The Farewell,” with
information call 522-7849. Free. For more information call 515- sity to the mix. And they’re not all even with the “Avengers: Endgame”
1956. Awkwafina, and “The Last Black Man
indies either. Some studios are mak- boost, the year is still down 13.3% .
Mother ’s Day Craf ts: Pop Up in San Francisco,” both A24 releases.
Flower Card. Noon. Grand Avenue Ar t Docent Lecture: Japanese ing big gestures, with original hor- But the originals have a chance to
Aesthetics. 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Belmont Wang’s semi-autobiographical film
Branch Library, 306 Walnut Ave., rors, comedies and major releases provide upside. There’s rarely the
South San Francisco. Free. For more Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, about a Chinese-American family
information call 829-3860. Belmont. A inside look of the Asian from auteurs: Quentin Tarantino has kind of grassroots-level buzz as when
who decides to keep their Chinese
Art Museum’s artwork around his 1969 Manson-era Los Angeles something truly fresh comes along.
Second Annual Seven Mile House Japanese aesthetics. Free. For more grandmother’s terminal illness from
information call 591-8286. film “Once Upon a Time in “Last summer was a great example
Jazz Fest. Noon to midnight 7 Mile her, was a breakout at the Sundance
House, 2800 Bayshore Blvd., Hollywood, ” which Sony will of how original and fresh concepts
Brisbane. Tickets cost $25. All ages ‘A Million Dr eams’ Chor al Film Festival.
release; and Danny Boyle has were big drivers during the summer
are welcome. For more information Concert. 3:30 p.m. Transfiguration
“Yesterday,” coming from Universal. “To have an entire film of Asian
call (415) 467-2343. Episcopal Church 3900 Alameda de months with ‘The Meg,’ ‘Crazy Rich
las Pulgas San Mateo. Seats are faces and then have it predominantly
padded. Reception with cookies
“Yesterday,” while a fresh conceit, be not English language, but to still Asians,’ ‘Book Club,’ ‘Tag’ as well as
Wild West Days 2019. 12:30 p.m. to
9:30 p.m. Our Lady of Mount Carmel afterwards. Cost is $20. For more does have a big recognizable selling have it be American financed and dis- the documentary ‘Won’t You Be My
School, 301 Grand St., Redwood City. information call 268-8345. point: It’s about the music of The
Carnival rides, game booths, raffles, tributed and marketed as a US produc- Neighbor?’ all performing better
food and live entertainment. Free. MONDAY, MAY 6 Beatles and what happens when tion is not the usual,” Wang said. than expected at the box office, ”
For more information call 475-7995. Play of the Hand. San Mateo Senior everyone in the world forgets that “The Last Black Man in San noted Dergarabedian.
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas,
Lily’s Wings Play. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. San Mateo. $135 for residents, $165 they ever existed — except one strug- Francisco” is another exciting dis- And it’s something that creators
Sequoia Christian Church, 233 Topaz for non-residents. The second gling musician. covery from newcomer Jimmie Fails and studios are fighting to preserve.
St., Redwood City. This play is meant course of the ACLB Bridge Series,
to bring attention to human traffick- designed to help seniors advance Boyle laughed that the songs are who wrote and stars in this story “People like original content and
ing. Tickets are ‘pay as you will.’ For their playing abilities. Registration “both the enabler and the destroyer. about gentrification and loving a are excited when there are good origi-
more information call 701-3873. required. Call 522-7490 for more Because if you get them wrong, it’s
information. home that’s no longer yours. nal movies. I think they also like big
Getting to K now YouTube. 1:30 terrible, there’s nothing worse. If “I love that company,” Fails said of franchises but I think there’s room
p.m. to 3 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Children and Their Money. 4 p.m. you get them right, it gives you an
Library Ave., Millbrae. Everything South San Francisco Main Library, A24. “They give young, new voices a for both,” said Seth Rogen, who pro-
needed to get started with this pop- 840 W. Orange Ave., South San advantage.” platform.” duced two original films this summer
ular video-sharing website. For Francisco. Participating children will He even made the bold choice to
more information call 697-7607. paint and design piggy boxes. For Another outfit taking gambles on with “Long Shot” and the sixth
more information call 829-3860. cast a relatively unknown actor in the new stories is Annapurna, which graders go wild film “Good Boys.”
Green Clean: Do-It-Yourself Non- lead role. backed Olivia Wilde’s directorial “Studios have an appetite for both.”
Toxic Cleaning Products. 2 p.m. StarVista Cr isis Hotline
South San Francisco Main Library, Information Panel. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. “Any studio is going to prefer one debut “Booksmart, ” a sure-to-be Plus, Boyle hopes that even with
840 W. Orange Ave., South San San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third of the leading men if you can get it,” breakout about two high school over- all the possibilities on television
Francisco. Learn fun techniques for a Ave., San Mateo. This panel will help
pest and mold-free home. Free, reg- answer questions regarding the Boyle said. “But there’s a natural achievers and devoted good girls who and streaming that there’s still spe-
istration required. For more informa- services offered and the experi- inhibitor here: They’ve got to be decide to go to a party one night. cialness to going to the theaters to
tion call 829-3860. ences of staff and volunteers. For
more information call 522-7818. able to play Beatles songs.” Focus Features is releasing Jim see something new.
San Carlos Kiwanis Club Variety The one who stood out in a sea of Jarmusch’s star-studded zombie-com- “Television is endless time, in a
Show ‘Swing, Jazz and Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San
Razzmatazz.’ 2 p.m. Central Middle Francisco Main Library, 840 W. “Yesterday” auditions was Himesh edy, “The Dead Don’t Die,” with Bill way,” Boyle said. “But movies, you
School Auditorium, 757 Cedar St., Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Patel, who Boyle said made them Murray and Adam Driver, and Neon go and you give two hours of your
San Carlos. Cost is $15 to $30. For All materials provided. Free. For sound new.
more information call 829-3860. has “Wild Rose, ” about an Irish time to one thing, and you’re not
more information call 207-5164.
“It’s not cheap making a Beatles mother of two youngsters, recently going to be distracted. You sit there
‘A Million Dreams’ Choral Concer t. TUESDAY, MAY 7 movie. The Beatles songs cost released from prison, who dreams of and you go, take me somewhere and
3:30 p.m. Transfiguration Episcopal The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11
Church 3900 Alameda de las Pulgas a.m. San Carlos Adult Community money. But (the studio) saw the audi- being a country music star. transform me. It’s wonderful to be
San Mateo. Seats are padded. Center, 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. tion and they bought into him, ” Some found luck with Netflix, like able to do that. The spotlight is so
Reception with cookies afterwards. Learn basic drawing skills.
Cost is $20. For more information
Boyle said. “He’s a lovely discovery. Amy Poehler with “Wine Country,” much more precious.”
call 268-8345. Author Talk and Book Discussion
with Francine Toder, Ph.D. 6 p.m.
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The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- STATEMENT #281015 STATEMENT #281068
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- Is your child's school CAREGIvERS INTERNSHIPS
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking
for ambitious interns who are eager to
The following person is doing business
as: YK Homes Real Estate, 1605 El Ca-
The following person is doing business
as: 1)Big MO 2)SF Trans, 1300 El Cami-
bility shall be limited to the price of one mino Real, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Reg- no Real #8, MILLBRAE, CA 94030.
jump into the business arena with both
insertion. No allowance will be made for
errors not materially affecting the value
maximizing their potential? 2 years experience feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
istered Owner: Kenneth CK Yip, 307 Par-
amount Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030. The
Registered Owner: Mohsen A. Rihan,
of the newspaper and media industries. same address. The business is conduct-
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- Thrive at: required. This position will provide valuable
business is conducted by an Individual.
The registrants commenced to transact
ed by an Individual. The registrants
experience for your bright future. business under their FBN on 1/7/2014. commenced to transact business under
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upacademysf.com on all assignments. sor-County Clerk on 4/17/2019. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
127 Elderly Care 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19).
110 Employment Call FAMILY RESOURCE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #280919 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STAFF ACCOUNTANT. Job site: San
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countancy Corp. 181 2nd Ave, #688, San twice-a-week resource guide for as: The Earth Culture Company, 151 N
tered Owner: Enrique Gomez, same ad- Ellsworth Ave. #3, SAN MATEO, CA
Mateo, CA 94401. children and families. dress. The business is conducted by an
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Teacher. San 94401. Registered Owner: Van V.
Mateo, CA. BA/BS in Elem Edu or rltd. Every Tuesday & Weekend Individual. The registrants commenced Pham, same address. The business is
CA Mltpl Sbjct Tchng Crdntl reqd. CA to transact business under their FBN on
N/A. conducted by an Individual. The regis-
BAMA or BCLAD cert in Mandarin reqd. Look for it in today’s paper to trants commenced to transact business
find information on family /s/Enrique Gomez/
San Mateo-Foster City School District, This statement was filed with the Asses- under their FBN on N/A.
dhills@smfcsd.net. resources in the local area, sor-County Clerk on 4/5/2019. (Publish- /s/Van V. Pham/
including childcare. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, This statement was filed with the Asses-
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). sor-County Clerk on 4/8/2019. (Publish-
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5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19).
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The Daily Journal is looking for in- REqUEST FOR Proposals: as: BAREMINERALS, 144 Hillsdale Mall, CHANGE OF NAME
terns to do entry level reporting, re- Americans with Disabilities Act SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered CASE# 19C1V01814
search, updates of our ongoing fea- Owner: Shiseido Americas Corporation, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- (ADA) Self-Evaluation and DE. The business is conducted by a Cor-
Transition Plan COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
so welcome. poration. The registrants commenced to 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
transact business under their FBN on
The City of San Mateo (City) is ac- 05/02/2008. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
We expect a commitment of four to PETITION OF
eight hours a week for at least four cepting proposals to select a qualified /s/Maria Chiclana/
This statement was filed with the Asses- Edatil P Carmona
months. The internship is unpaid, but firm to provide consultant services to
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- develop an ADA Self-Evaluation and sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
terns have progressed in time into Transition Plan. All questions regard- 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). Petitioners: Edatil P Carmona filed a peti-
paid correspondents and full-time re- ing this request for proposals (RFP) tion with this court for a decree changing
porters. shall be directed to Matt Zucca, P.E., names as follows:
email: mzucca@cityofsanmateo.org, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Present name:
College students or recent graduates or to the City of San Mateo Public STATEMENT #281003 Edatil Priscila Carmona Partida
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper Works Engineering Division, 330 W. The following person is doing business Proposed Name:
experience is preferred but not neces- 20th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403. as: K SPA, 21 S B St., SAN MATEO, CA Edatil Priscila Carmona Manzo
sarily required. 94401 Registered Owner: TEASHI
The RFP and details on the mandato- NAILS SALON INC, CA. The business is
ry pre-proposal conference are availa- conducted by a Corporation. The regis- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
Please send a cover letter describing interested in this matter shall appear be-
your interest in newspapers, a resume ble for viewing online at trants commenced to transact business
http://www.cityofsanmateo.org/bids.as under their FBN on 3/26/2016. fore this court at the hearing indicated
and three recent clips. Before you ap- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
ply, you should familiarize yourself px. Proposals shall be submitted by /s/Ly, MyHa/
firms that have a capable and demon- This statement was filed with the Asses- tition for change of name should not be
with our publication. Our Web site: granted. Any person objecting to the
www.smdailyjournal.com. strable background in the type of work sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish-
described in this RFP. In addition, all ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, name changes described above must file
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). a written objection that includes the rea-
Send your information via e-mail to interested firms shall have sufficient, sons for the objection at least two court
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- readily available resources in the form
ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
days before the matter is scheduled to
of trained personnel, support services, be heard and must appear at the hearing
#123, San Mateo CA 94402 safety protocols, specialized consul- STATEMENT #280982
The following person is doing business to show cause why the petition should
tants, pertinent field equipment, and as: Brave Little Bird Cards, 853 Commo- not be granted. If no written objection is
financial resources to carry out the dore Drive, Apt. 518, SAN BRUNO, CA timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
work without delay or shortcomings. 94066. Registered Owner: Ariana Mea- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
The proposals shall be submitted to gan Ciglar, same address. The business petition shall be held on 5/21/19 at 9
the City of San Mateo City Clerk's Of- a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
RIGGER HELPER fice, 330 W 20th Avenue, San Mateo,
is conducted by an Individual. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
full time, benefits, will train. California, 94403, no later than: 4:00 under their FBN on 04/12/2019. Order to Show Cause shall be published
Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds. p.m. on Friday, May 31, 2019. Pro- /s/Ariana M. Ciglar/ at least once each week for four succes-
415-798-0021 This statement was filed with the Asses- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
posals received after the deadline will sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2019. (Publish-
not be considered. Respondent's shall ing on the petition in the following news-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, paper of general circulation:
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales submit their proposals in three (3) 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19).
bound sets and one (1) electronic San Mateo Daily Journal
Representative needed to sell newspa- Filed: 4/8/2019
per print and web advertising and event copy in PDF format on a flash drive. /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
marketing solutions. To apply, please call FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #281007 Judge of the Superior Court
650-344-5200 and send resume to Dated: 4/4/2019
info@smdailyjournal.com The following person is doing business
as: Camuel Charold Productions, 1395 (Published 4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19,
Bay Rd, EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303. 5/4/19).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Registered Owner: Camuel Charold
Baldwin, same address. The business is
STATEMENT #280874 conducted by an Individual. The regis-
The following person is doing business trants commenced to transact business
as: Your CPA Corner LLP, 156 S Spruce under their FBN on APRIL 16, 2019.
Ave Suite 204, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS- ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
/s/Camuel Charold Baldwin/ CHANGE OF NAME
CO, CA 94080. Registered Owners: This statement was filed with the Asses-
CASE# 19C1V01949
Tiara Raibley, 503 Pimlico Court, Walnut sor-County Clerk on 4/16/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
Creek, CA 94597 and Roberto Marin, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
6667 Aberdale Circle, San Ramon, CA 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19).
400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
94582. The business is conducted by a REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
Limited Liability Partnership. The regis- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME PETITION OF
trants commenced to transact business STATEMENT #281086 Chelsea Michelle French
under their FBN on 2/11/2019. The following person is doing business
/s/Tiara Raibley/ as: La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
This statement was filed with the Asses- 1377 Laurel St., SAN CARLOS, CA Petitioners: Chelsea Michelle French
sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish- 94070. Registered Owner: Emilia Acosta filed a petition with this court for a decree
Estrada, 340 E. Santa Inez Ave. Apt.4, changing names as follows:
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. The business
4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19). is conducted by an Individual. The regis- Present name:
trants commenced to transact business Chelsea Michelle French
under their FBN on N/A. Proposed Name:
/s/Emilia Acosta Estrada/ Chelsea Michelle Luby
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #280965 This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
The following person is doing business ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, interested in this matter shall appear be-
as: Zhang BioSciences, 734 Nevada 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19). fore this court at the hearing indicated
Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Regis- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
tered Owner: Zemin Zhang, same ad- tition for change of name should not be
dress. The business is conducted by an FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME granted. Any person objecting to the
Individual. The registrants commenced STATEMENT #281143 name changes described above must file
The following person is doing business
to transact business under the FBN on as: Kinanty, 124 Barneson Ave., SAN
a written objection that includes the rea-
4/11/2019. MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: sons for the objection at least two court
/s/Zemin Zhang/ Ayman Asfour, same address. The busi- days before the matter is scheduled to
This statement was filed with the Asses- ness is conducted by an Individual. The be heard and must appear at the hearing
sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish- registrants commenced to transact busi- to show cause why the petition should
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ness under their FBN on NA. not be granted. If no written objection is
4/13/19, 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19). /s/Ayman Asfour/ timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- petition shall be held on 5/23/19 at 9
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19). Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
STATEMENT #280892
The following person is doing business Order to Show Cause shall be published
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME at least once each week for four succes-
as: Canon Bell Financial, 210 Estates sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
Dr., SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Regis- STATEMENT #281138
The following person is doing business ing on the petition in the following news-
tered Owner: Neria B. Canonizado, same paper of general circulation:
as: Alfaro Trucking, 88 Dockside Drive,
address. The business is conducted by DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registered San Mateo Daily Journal
an Individual. The registrants com- Owner: Felix Alfaro, same address. The Filed: 4/11/2019
menced to transact business under their business is conducted by an Individual. /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
FBN on 7/9/14. The registrants commenced to transact Judge of the Superior Court
/s/Neria B. Canonizado/ business under their FBN on NA. Dated: 4/10/2019
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Felix Alfaro/ (Published 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19,
sor-County Clerk on 4/3/2019. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- 5/11/19).
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, 5/11/19). 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19).
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CITY OF SAN BRUNO


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of San Bruno, California (the “City”) at its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, at the Senior Center, 1555 Crystal Springs Road,
San Bruno, starting at 7:00 p.m., will hold a Public Hearing to consider waiving the first reading and introducing an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Bruno, establishing garbage & recy-
cling service rates containing a proposed rate of 4.43%, for FY2019-20, as requested by Recology San Bruno pursuant to the terms of the Franchise Agreement with the City of San Bruno. If approved,
the rate increase will be implemented effective July 1, 2019. A summary of the ordinance is provided below:

Proposed Increase for Recology San Bruno's Garbage and Recycling Rates for FY2019-20

Current Residential Rate Monthly Rate Effective July 1, 2019

Residential (1-3 Units)


Weekly Refuse and Recycling Services, including the green cart 4.43%
Toter - 20 gallon $ 23.34 $ 24.37
Toter - 32 gallon $ 30.09 $ 31.42
Toter - 64 gallon $ 60.18 $ 62.85
Toter - 96 gallon $ 90.27 $ 94.27
Low Income 32 gallon $ 22.57 $ 23.57
Each additional 32 gallon $ 30.09 $ 31.42
Additional 96 gallon green waste $ 9.11 $ 9.51
Extra bag / Contaminated recycling penalty - extra bag rate x 2 $ 14.14 $ 14.77

Multi-Unit Residential (4+ Units)


Weekly Refuse and Recycling Services
Bins, Cans & Carts (4-99 units) - per unit $ 30.09 $ 31.42
Bins (100+ units) - per unit $ 28.58 $ 29.85
Bin Rental - 1 yard $ 37.85 $ 39.53
Bin Rental - 2 yard $ 43.92 $ 45.87
Saturday service will be charged at a rate of 1.5 times the regular weekday rate

Debris Boxes
Includes Delivery and Pickup
4 yard mini (per day) $ 206.71
6 yard mini (per day) $ 261.12
7 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 500.45
16 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 554.79
20 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 609.23
25 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 761.49
25 yard debris recyclables only $ 435.13
30 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 883.34
Debris box hold-over (after 5th day) 10% of rate/day
Compacted Garbage (per yard) $ 61.98

Key/Lock Service
Additional monthly charges of the following will be applied on each use of a key (including key, keypad, combination lock, automatic door opener, or any other entry mechanism) required to open a lock
or to enter or leave the premises, additional monthly charge of:
1 per week $ 11.36
2 per week $ 22.72
3 per week $ 34.08
4 per week $ 45.44
5 per week $ 56.80
Saturday $ 17.04

Inside Pull-Out Service


0-25 feet $ 9.93

Excess Disposal/Overflowing Container Penalty


Per occurrence $ 16.14

FY2019-20 Garbage, Recycling and Organics Program Rates Commercial Container Monthly Rate - Effective July 1, 2019 (4.43%)

Pickup/Week 1 yard 2 yard 3 yard 4 yard 6 yard 32-gal 64-gal 96-gal


toter toter toter
Regular Container Monthly Rate
1x per $167.61 $335.09 $466.94 $574.96 $791.07 $39.93 $79.85 $119.79
2x per $335.22 $670.17 $933.88 $1,149.92$1,582.14
3x per $502.83 $1,005.26$1,400.81$1,724.87$2,373.20
4x per $670.45 $1,340.35$1,867.76$2,299.84$3,164.28
5x per $838.04 $1,675.44$2,334.70$2,874.80$3,955.34
Sat. pickups $251.42 $502.62 $700.40 $862.44 $1,186.60
Extra pickup $38.69 $77.31 $107.73 $132.69 $182.54
Bin Rental $39.53 $45.87 $50.04 $53.69 $57.65

Organics Container Monthly Rate


1x per $125.70 $251.29 $350.22 $431.23 $593.30 $29.96 $59.92 $89.88
2x per $251.43 $502.60 $700.43 $862.47 $1,186.60
3x per $377.14 $753.89 $1,050.64$1,293.70$1,779.88
4x per $502.84 $1,005.19$1,400.84$1,724.93$2373.18
5x per $628.55 $1,256.50$1,751.06$2,156.19$2,966.48
Sat. pickups $188.56 $376.97 $525.31 $646.85 $889.95
Extra pickup $29.01 $57.98 $80.80 $99.51 $136.91
Bin Rental $29.63 $34.40 $37.53 $40.27 $43.25

Customers meeting the definition of low income may receive a reduction in their bills in accordance with program guidelines as determined by City Council resolution. For more information about the
low income program, call (650) 616-7086.

The public is invited to attend and be heard. Copies of the full text of the proposed ordinance is available in the City Clerk's Office, 567 El Camino Real, in San Bruno, California. Contact Keith DeMarti-
ni with questions at (650) 616-7054.

Disabled persons requiring accommodation in order to participate in the public hearing may contact the City Clerk's Office at (650) 616-7058. TDD users may contact the California Relay Service at: 1-
800-735-2929.

/s/ Melissa Thurman, CMC


San Bruno City Clerk
May 2, 2019
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203 public Notices 296 Appliances 298 Collectibles 304 Furniture 308 Tools 316 Clothes
ORdER TO ShOW CAuSE FOR NEW, SiNGER Sewing Machine Univer- viNTAGE STEMWARE: 3 styles, 23 COMpuTER dESk with 3 side drawers . ShOpSMiTh MARk V 50th Anniversary LAdiES SEquiN dress, blue, size XL,
ChANGE OF NAME sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask most attachments. $1,500/OBO. pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
CASE# 19C1V01948 chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or (650)504-0585
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, leave message MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new,
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, TiFFANy STyLE Lamp shade. Older- 299 Computers viNTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) dESk, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 (650) 578-9208
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 727-7266. 19" COLOR Monitor with stand VG con- (650)458-3578
PETITION OF dition power cord/owners manual includ-
Christopher Michael Rivas u.S. RANGE Co. 36" commercial range ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
310 Misc. For Sale ShOES SizE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
(650)508-8662
(1984 model) w/large single oven. 4 diNiNG ChAiRS -Six Antique,
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: burners, broiler,12x24 griddle. Black with Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 500-600 biG Band-era 78's--most mint, TuxEdO SizE 40, black, including white
RECORdAbLE Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop- no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
Petitioners: Christopher Michael Rivas s/s backsplash, shelf. Works, clean, no ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, (650)888-2662 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
filed a petition with this court for a decree missing parts. Orig. owner, home use on- (650) 578 9208
changing names as follows: ly. U-haul. $650 Call Mark 650-207-0882. bESSy SMALL Evening Hand Bag With WEddiNG dRESS-dESiGNER, Size 12,
Present name: diNiNG ROOM Table-Antique,Oak, Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
Christopher Michael Rivas 300 Toys 5chairs, w/ extension $200 for $500 Call (650)867-1728
Proposed Name: 297 bicycles (650)290-3188
biFOLd ShuTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00
(650)544-5306
Christopher Michael Luby 14-1000-pCS puzzLES $3.00 ea. WOMAN'S AMERiCAN Rag faux leather
AduLT bikES 1 regular and 2 with bal- (650)207-4162 bLuE OySTER cult lp signed by donald jacket. Perfect condition. Black
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 diNiNG TAbLE (36"x54") and 4 match- r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
interested in this matter shall appear be- AMERiCAN FLyER locomotive runs ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for (408)661-6019
fore this court at the hearing indicated ChiLd’S SChWiNN biCyCLE, bLuE in good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 $250 .(650)-654-1930. WOMAN'S TAhARi jacket. Perfect con-
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. CASh REGiSTER Parts; Much Skin Not dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
tition for change of name should not be juMp ANd Play Keyboard brand new, in diNiNG TAbLE - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT Guts $500 (415)269-4784 (650) 952-3466
granted. Any person objecting to the MOuNTAiN bikE new 21 gears $100. original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
name changes described above must file (650)722-3634 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. COSCO pLAy Pen with travel bag. Used WOMEN'S bLACk suede fur lined
a written objection that includes the rea- STAR WARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader once $35 (650)591-2981 boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
sons for the objection at least two court MOuNTAiN bikE. Top brand. Runs $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 diNiNG TAbLE. 72" by 42". With leaf
days before the matter is scheduled to good. $39. (660)342-5220 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 CuT GLASS serving bowl 8" diameter WORk bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
be heard and must appear at the hearing 302 Antiques $25. Call 650-921-4016 brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
to show cause why the petition should 298 Collectibles diSpLAy CASE, glass top. 27”x20”x2” In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
not be granted. If no written objection is bEER STEiNS-ORiGiNAL from Germa- Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. dELuxE FOLdER Walker - 5" wheels -
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- 15 Lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 318 Sports Equipment
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the (650)592-7483 dRESSER-ANTiquE vANiTy Combo, 3
gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 dRivE 3-WhEEL buggy $45. Call
petition shall be held on 5/23/19 at 9 more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839 biG bERThA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, (650)290-3188 (650)589-1407
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this 1984 TiME magazine. Special 1994 MAhOGANy ANTiquE Secretary desk, FREE MAGAziNES. Library discards (415)999-4474
Order to Show Cause shall be published ENGLiSh dRAW Table, $50 Solid Wood
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
at least once each week for four succes- elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- (650)588-0842 call(650)697-3709 bRANd NEW Golf bag with Stand.
ing on the petition in the following news- Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
49’ER 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie ROSEviLLE TuLip Pitcher, Ca: 1900. EThAN ALLEN sofa and love seat. Blue FREE: WiLd turkey feathers; whole No Texting.
paper of general circulation: $45. (650)574-2490. wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For
San Mateo Daily Journal deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark bRANd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
Filed: 4/11/2019 (650)207-0882
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ 303 Electronics stering. Free. (650)593-7001. Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
Judge of the Superior Court AppROx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- GLidER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- hAT, T-ShiRT, sweatshirt and comput-
Dated: 4/10/2019 FREE TELEviSiON - Mitsubishi, erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
4162 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. EASTON ALuMiNuM bat.33 inches, 30
(Published 4/20/19, 4/27/19, 5/4/19, oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
5/11/19). Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local LiONEL ChRiSTMAS Holiday expan-
COLLECTAbLE CAbbAGE Patch Kids Delivery available. ikEA dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 EvERLAST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
ONkyO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital ikEA TAbLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. LiONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and
(650) 572-8895 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, $ 30. (650)598-9804. dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 GuThy-RENkER pOWER Rider,Ever-
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
dEpRESSiON GLASS Dining Plate. 8 MOTLEy CRuE lp signed by neil lee
295 Art 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. phiLLipS-50” COLOR T.v., Heavy, $99
iNFLATAbLE COLEMAN queen size
mattress-56"x75". Includes air pump, sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
erciser $20 (510)770-1976
$12 (650)762-6048 (650)591-8062 sheets and mattress pad. $25 (650)654- kNEE RidER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
OiL pAiNTiNG-CANvASS, Victorian NEGRiNi FENCiNG Epee mask size M
Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 9252
GAMES OF the 23rd Olympiad maga- & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 LEAThER GOLF bag with 23 clubs $90.
OBO (650)515-6091 zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- 304 Furniture MAhOGANy Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W (415)260-6940 (650) 592-2648.
0842 x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
296 Appliances ANTiquE diNiNG table for six people
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
3709 OLd b&L Microscope in good condition;
35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
MEN'S ROSSiGNOL Skis. $95.00,
LENNOx REd Rose, Unused, hand good condition, (650)341-0282.
AiR CONdiTiONER 10000 BTU w/re- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, MATTRESS, TWiN long, excellent condi- RAy-bAN TOp Bar Sunglasses
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG $12.00. (650) 578 9208. ANTiquE MOhAGANy Bookcase. Four tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
0898 MiLLER LiTE Neon sign , work good NEW dELuxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- (650)771-6324.
bEdSTEAd SiNGLE, poster style, box ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
$59 call (650)218-6528 spring, mattress available. $40.00. 6596
Sell! (650) 875-8159. TOTAL GyM XLS, excellent condition.
FREE WAShER and 220v dryer, both (650)593-7408 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You OLd, ANTiquE, Bottle Collection: 20
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 NiAGARA vibRATiNG Adjustable bed ROLLERbLAdES, uSEd, size 10. $20 (650)588-0828
move, stairs. bEiGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition obo. Please call (650)745-6309
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
ONE COLLECTiON of antique Cuban (650) 315-2319 (408)656-0958 viNTAGE NASh Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
GLASS-pANEL LAMpShAdE. Similar SAMSONiTE 26" tan hard-sided suit ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No buNk bEdS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
Texting. quEEN SOFA Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or $45. (650)328-6709
$75 (650)727-7266 B/O (650)685-2494 Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition,
SMALL RuG beater. $15.00 (650)207- call (650)697-3709 WORkOuT bENCh, weights, bars, for
SiLk SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
hOTpOiNT hEAvy Duty Dryer excellent 4162 ChiNA CAbiNET Wallet, $20. Call . $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- (650)861-2411
working condition Burlingame $50 Call STEMMEd CRySTAL. 3 styles. 13 (650)589-1407 formation.
Dan (408)656-0958 RETRO huTCh Needs refinishing other-
pieces. Pattern: "Catherine". wise good condition. Top detaches from yAMAhA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
ChOCOLATE bROWN living room chair SiNk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, (650)458-3255
MAyTAG WAShER excellent working $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839 with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. bottom $25. (650)712-9962 $15.00 (650)544-5306
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan Call 650-872-2371.
(408)656-0958 TOppS bASEbALL complete set 1987 SOFA-bEiGE FAbRiC, Orig. $900, SLR LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 340 Camera & photo Equip.
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at its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, at the Senior Center, 1555 Crystal Springs 1929 ANTiquE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
Road, San Bruno, starting at 7:00 p.m., will hold a Public Hearing to consider waiving the first ThOMASviLLE diNiNG table, $50 4 ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
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nine-unit multi-family residential building located at 500 Sylvan Avenue per Chapters 12.136, Tiki bAR - Original from the 60’s,Like The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
12.96.190, and 12.108, of the San Bruno Municipal Code. The proposed project includes a total Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 (650)278-5776. dRivE 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
(650)245-4234. et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
of nine dwelling units and 14 total parking spaces. Alan William Coon (Applicant), Suresh Gan- (510)770-1976
dhi (Owner). PD18-001, PDP18-001, AR18-002, UP18-012. EpiphONE LES Paul Custom Prophecy
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$ 50. (650)598-9804. (650)421-5469. (510)770-1976
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Strong cyclone hits
India, 1.2 million
forced from homes
By Emily Schmall and Bikas Das
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

KOLKATA, India — Cyclone Fani tore through India’s


eastern coast on Friday as a grade 5 storm, lashing beaches
with rain and winds gusting up to 127 miles per hour and
affecting weather as far away as Mount Everest as it
approached the former imperial capital of Kolkata.
The India Meteorological Department said the “extremely
severe” cyclone in the Bay of Bengal hit the coastal state of
Odisha around 8 a.m., with weather impacted across the
Asian subcontinent.
Dust storms were forecast in the desert state of Rajasthan
bordering Pakistan, heat waves in the coastal state of
Maharashtra on the Arabian Sea, heavy rain in the north- REUTERS
eastern states bordering China and snowfall in the People move through debris after Cyclone Fani hit Puri, Odisha, India.
Himalayas.
Around 1.2 million people were evacuated from low-lying
areas of Odisha and moved to nearly 4,000 shelters, accord-
ing to India’s National Disaster Response Force. Indian
officials put the navy, air force, army and coast guard on
high alert. Odisha Special Relief Commissioner
Bishnupada Sethi said the evacuation effort was unprece-
dented in India.
By Friday afternoon, Fani had weakened to a “very
severe” storm as it hovered over coastal Odisha and was
forecast to move north-northeast toward the Indian state of
West Bengal by Friday evening.
In Bhubaneswar, a city in Odisha famous for an 11th-cen-
tury Hindu temple, palm trees whipped back and forth like
mops across skies made opaque by gusts of rain.
It is a “very, very scary feeling,” said Tanmay Das, a 40-
year-old resident, who described “the sound of wind as if it
will blow you away.”

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