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Weekend • May 25-27, 2019 • XIX, Edition 235 www.smdailyjournal.com

‘This is about helping small businesses’


Facade improvement grant fund launched for Burlingame’s Broadway
By Austin Walsh l auded the in preserving
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF vision fo r the aesthetics of
refurbishing a their business.
Businesses along Broadway in commercial “ B r o a dwa y
Burlingame can be beautified by a corridor which has struggled
new grant program established to h as s t rug g l ed for a long time.
help local merchants finance fixes t o k eep p ace And I do think if
to their storefronts. wi t h the we can at least
The Burlingame City Council glossy appeal give a little bit
agreed Monday, May 20, to launch o f i t s s i s t er Ann Keighran Donna Colson of a nudge to
a fund available to business own- shopping dis- start some of
ers who are seeking assistance to trict along Burlingame Avenue. these improvements, and we can
pay for facade fixes along the Councilwoman Ann Keighran help go in that direction, I would
independent shopping district. said she favored crafting the grant hope down the road that they AUSTIN WALSH/DAILY JOURNAL
Adv o cat es fo r es t ab l i s h i n g program as a means of incentiviz- Some façades on Broadway in Burlingame are better than others, but city
t h e p i l o t $ 5 0 , 0 0 0 p ro g ram ing Broadway merchants to invest See MERCHANTS, Page 23 officials are seeking to pilot a program to fund improvements.

FLAGS IN FOR MEMORIAL DAY


$3B budget
in works for
the county
Affordable housing, early childhood
education, health among priorities
By Anna Schuessler budget proposal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF for the 2019-
2020 and 2020-
Investing $50 million in afford- 2021 fiscal
able housing, dedicating more years recom-
than $15 million to early child- mends funds in
hood education and monitoring support of a
health care expenses and unfunded computer-aided
pension liabilities are among the dispatch system
priorities pegged in a $3 billion, Mike Callagy for the new
two-year budget proposed by San R e g i o n a l
KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS Mateo County Manager Mike Operations Center to open later
An Old Guard takes part in “Flags-In,” an annual event where a small American flag is placed in front of more Callagy Friday. this year, renovations at county
than 240,000 headstones of U.S. service members buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington,Virginia Slated for review at the Board of
Friday, May 23. Similar ceremonies took place at national cemeteries across the nation Friday and this weekend. Supervisors’ June 18 meeting, the See BUDGET, Page 23

San Bruno school superintendent leaving for Santa Clara


District continues to work through fiscal challenges, school closures, property decisions
By Zachary Clark “It has been a distinct honor and p art n ers h i p s of San Bruno Park in 2017 at a Measure X bond money to help
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF privilege for me to work with the that have sup- time when the district faced a pay toward the rebuild of existing
staff, parents and the board to lay a ported a vision structural deficit. In 2018, school facilities, which need to be
Dr. Stella Kemp, the San Bruno foundation for 21st century for change in officials decided to close and con-
Park Elementary School District schools in San Bruno that will our schools.”  solidate El Crystal and See SCHOOLS, Page 22
superintendent , announced Friday support student success now and Preceded by Rollingwood elementary schools
she is leaving her current role to for generations to come,” Kemp Cheryl Olson, to trim costs. El Crystal was sold EDITOR’S NOTE: The Daily Journal
become superintendent of the said in a press release. “San Bruno Kemp was for $13.5 million and the revenue is publishing a three-day weekend
Santa Clara Unified School Park School District is richly appointed will be combined with the $79 edition for the holiday. Check out the
District, effective July 1. blessed with strong community Stella Kemp superintendent million in recently passed latest news at smdailyjournal.com.

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Thought for the Day


I hate quotations. Tell me what you know.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson,
American essayist and poet (1803-1882)

This Day in History


Babe Ruth hit his last three career

1935 home runs — Nos. 712, 713 and 714


— for the Boston Braves in a game
against the Pittsburgh Pirates. (The
Pirates won, 11-7.)
In 1 7 8 7 , the Constitutional Convention began at the
Pennsylvania State House (Independence Hall) in
Philadelphia after enough delegates had shown up for a quo-
rum.
In 1 8 1 0 , Argentina began its revolt against Spanish rule
with the forming of the Primera Junta in Buenos Aires.
In 1 8 9 5 , playwright Oscar Wilde was convicted of a
morals charge in London; he was sentenced to two years in
prison.
In 1 9 5 9 , the U.S. Supreme Court, in State Athletic
Commission v. Dorsey, struck down a Louisiana law pro-
hibiting interracial boxing matches. (The case had been
brought by Joseph Dorsey Jr., a black professional boxer.)
In 1 9 6 1 , President John F. Kennedy told Congress: “I
believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving
the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the
moon and returning him safely to the earth.” District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe served as master of ceremonies at an event Monday, May 13, to dedicate a historical marker
for Hillsborough police Officer Eugene Doran, shot to death 60 years ago during a car stop at the intersection of Skyline
In 1 9 6 4 , the U.S. Supreme Court, in Griffin v. County
Boulevard and Bunker Hill Drive. The marker is just outside the entrance to the Sawyer Camp Trail that winds along the
School Board of Prince Edward County, ordered the Virginia
Crystal Springs Reservoir. The stone was made by V. Fontana & Co. in Colma.
county to reopen its public schools, which officials had
closed in an attempt to circumvent the Supreme Court’s
1954 Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka desegregation
ruling.
In other news ...
In 1 9 6 5 , Muhammad Ali knocked out Sonny Liston in the Terror probe after ’low force’ Broliquier, the district mayor, told Kamel Amerouche, the regional
first round of their world heavyweight title rematch in BFMTV he arrived minutes after the authority’s communications chief,
Lewiston, Maine. (Ali’s victory generated controversy over blast in French city of Lyon 5:30 p.m. explosion at the bakery told the Associated Press.
whether he’d truly connected when he sent Liston crashing LYON, France — A “low force” blast chain Brioche Doree in Lyon’s central The women’s World Cup soccer tour-
to the canvas with a right to the head, or whether it was a hit a busy pedestrian street Friday in Presqu’ile area, which lies between the nament is scheduled to start in France
“phantom punch,” implying that the fight had been fixed.) the French city of Lyon, injuring Rhone and Saone rivers that run on June 7. Lyon will host the semifi-
seven people as it shattered the glass through France’s third-largest city. nals, and then the final on July 7.
“What I saw was a refrigerated cooler
Birthdays from a refrigerated shop cooler in a
bakery, a local official said. in the Brioche Doree, whose windows Lawsuits say Cento isn’t canning
France’s anti-terrorist office opened had been shattered. It was the windows real San Marzano tomatoes
an inquiry into the blast and the anti- ... that superficially injured the people
terrorism prosecutor, Remy Heitz, who were 1, 2 or 3 meters (yards) WEST DEPTFORD, N. J. — The
went to Lyon. The interior minister away,” Broliquier said. largest U.S. seller of San Marzano
also was on site, and soldiers secured He said authorities had cordoned off tomatoes, known to food lovers as the
the area. the street but had not evacuated resi- best tomatoes to make pasta sauce, has
France is jittery over a spate of dents. Authorities would not confirm been hit with two federal lawsuits
attacks in recent years, some of them French media reports that the blast was claiming what’s inside the can isn’t
deadly, carried out by people ranging caused by an exploding package. the real thing.
Gold medalist Aly from extremist attackers to mentally French President Emmanuel Macron New Jersey-based Cento Fine Foods
Muppeteer Frank Actress Octavia
Raisman is 25. unstable individuals. Five people were called the explosion an “attack” during called the claims “wrongful” this week
Oz is 75. Spencer is 49.
killed Dec. 11 in an attack on the a live interview about the European and assures their tomatoes are true San
Actress Ann Robinson is 90. Former White House news sec- Christmas Market in Strasbourg, in Parliament elections that run through Marzanos, meaning they were grown
retary Ron Nessen is 85. Country singer-songwriter Tom T. eastern France. The alleged killer, Sunday. at the base of Mount Vesuvius in
Hall is 83. Actor Sir Ian McKellen is 80. Country singer Jessi Cherif Chekatt — killed by police — The mayor and Macron sent their Campania in Italy.
Colter is 76. Actress-singer Leslie Uggams is 76. Actress had pledged allegiance to the Islamic sympathies to the injured, some of One suit filed in New York in
Karen Valentine is 72. Actress Jacki Weaver is 72. Rock State group. whom were taken to the hospital and February alleges fraud, saying there’s
singer Klaus Meine (The Scorpions) is 71. Actress Patti French media quoted the mayor of others just went home. no way Cento can produce that many
D’Arbanville is 68. Playwright Eve Ensler is 66. Musician Lyon’s second district, Denis Resident Jean-Pierre, who lives San Marzano tomatoes. Another suit
Cindy Cashdollar is 64. Actress Connie Sellecca is 64. Rock Broliquier, as saying that an image of above the bakery and didn’t give his filed recently in California says the
singer-musician Paul Weller is 61. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D- the man who deposited a sack or suit- last name, told BFMTV the noise from cans lack certain labeling that quali-
Minn., is 59. Actor-comedian Mike Myers is 56. Actor Matt case that apparently exploded was cap- the explosion was “deafening” but it fies them as true San Marzanos.
Borlenghi is 52. Actor Joseph Reitman is 51. Rock musician tured by surveillance cameras. didn’t cause the walls to shake. He said The company says that isn’t a
Glen Drover is 50. Actress Anne Heche (haych) is 50. Two news TV stations, BFMTV and a window shattered and there was some requirement.
Actresses Lindsay and Sidney Greenbush (TV: “Little House on CNews, showed a blurry image of a debris on the street. San Marzano tomatoes are a favorite
the Prairie”) are 49. Actor-comedian Jamie Kennedy is 49. man on a bicycle that they said was the Some victims sustained leg injuries among foodies for their sweet flavor,
Actress Octavia Spencer is 49. Actor Justin Henry is 48. suspect. and no wounds were life-threatening, stronger taste and low acidity.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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one letter to each square,
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Murder charges for dead woman’s boyfriend
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT critical condition and died ing to prosecutors.
Police reports
Bumper cars
March 3, 2018, according He pleaded no contest to possession of A motorist hit multiple parked cars
The boyfriend of a woman found in February to the Sheriff’s Office. cocaine and other drugs for sale in December before driving away on Bewster Avenue
of 2018 with a gunshot wound to the head in A narcotics task force and was denied probation and sentenced to a in Redwood City, it was reported at
Half Moon Bay is facing a murder charge after and Redwood City police three-year prison term April 26, according to 5:17 p.m. Friday, May 10.
a 15-month investigation by the San Mateo officers who searched the prosecutors previously.
County Sheriff’s Office identified him as the residence where Quiroz was Alongside two sets of drug possession
person responsible for her death. found, also Cecil’s home, charges, Cecil previously faced charges of FOSTER CITY
Tristan Cecil, 23, was transported Friday revealed he was in posses- felony threats for allegedly telling a man he Grand theft. Equipment worth $5,000 was
from San Quentin State Prison, where he was sion of thousands of tailgated and passed on the shoulder of stolen on Edgewater Boulevard between 9 a.m.
serving a three-year sentence for drug convic- Tristan Cecil Xanax pills, hundreds of Highway 1 that he would stab him before side- and 11 a.m., it was reported at 5:48 p.m.
tions, to San Mateo County Jail where he was Adderall pills, 7 ounces of swiping his car in the parking lot of a Half Friday, May 10.
booked on an arrest warrant for homicide. cocaine, 861 grams of illegal mushrooms and Moon Bay Burger King May 15, 2018. In an Grand theft. Equipment worth $3,600 was
Cecil is believed to have reported the Feb. 22, 201 ounces of marijuana along with four digi- unrelated incident July 8, he allegedly yelled stolen from a vehicle on Pelican Court, it was
2018, shooting of his 18-year-old girlfriend, tal scales, $1,508 in cash, brass knuckles and at a man who was walking past his home with reported at 5:09 p.m. Friday, May 10.
Kimberly Quiroz, who was found by sheriff’s sales records, according to prosecutors previ- a friend and later came out with a black Glock Assault. A Foster City woman was assaulted on
deputies shortly after 5 a.m. with a single gun- ously. handgun and pointed it at the man after he said Foster City Boulevard, it was reported at 3:58
shot wound to the head in a residence on the While he was out of custody on a set of drug he didn’t know Cecil and didn’t want to know p.m. Friday, May 10.
200 block of Poplar Street, according to the charges related to the February 2018 search of him. Cecil is also believed to have shattered Po s s es s i o n. A San Mateo woman was arrest-
Sheriff’s Office and the San Mateo County his home, Cecil was found with 1,450 sepa- the driver’s seat window of his girlfriend’s car ed for possession of methamphetamine on
District Attorney’s Office. rately-packaged Xanax pills, 33 grams of June 24 by kicking the car door several times Catamaran Street, it was reported at 11:31
Transported to a nearby hospital by heli- cocaine and 33 grams of ethylpentylone pack- while she was sitting in the driver’s seat, a.m. Friday, May 10.
copter, Quiroz spent days before her death in aged into 29 baggies in July of 2018, accord- according to prosecutors.
SAN CARLOS
At about 1:25 p.m., three Belmont officers
Memorial service set for John Kelly Local briefs who happened to be outside of the Panda
Dri v i ng wi th s us pended l i cens e. A
A memorial service for San Mateo resident Foster City woman was cited for driving with
ices as well as his commitment to the San Express on the 1,000 block of El Camino Real a suspended license at Arroyo Avenue and El
John Kelly, former execu- saw numerous patrons suddenly run out of the
tive director of Samaritan Mateo County community throughout his life. Camino Real, it was reported at 10:45 p.m.
He was a priest for 25 years and taught at Serra restaurant saying there was a man with a gun Saturday, May 11.
House, has been scheduled inside, according to police.
for 2 p.m. June 15 at High School before he began his work with Sho pl i ft. A transient man was arrested for
Samaritan House. He was later known for visit- The officers immediately entered and encoun- shoplifting numerous items in a backpack
Junipero Serra High
ing prison inmates at San Quentin State Prison tered the suspect, Antoine Thornton, 51, who before exiting the store when a records check
School, 451 W. 20th Ave.
and supporting community organizations. was pointing a handgun at another man, accord- by deputies revealed an active misdemeanor
in San Mateo.
ing to police.  warrant on the 1200 block of Industrial Road,
Kelly died May 20 at age
90 and was known for Man with a gun arrested Thornton complied with officer commands it was reported at 2:27 p.m. Thursday, May 9.
growing Samaritan House in Belmont restaurant and was taken into custody without incident. Grand theft. Someone stole credit cards and
John Kelly from a fledging nonprofit The victim, a 49-year-old East Palo Alto man, $40 in cash from a victim’s wallet inside an
into a full-service organi- A homeless man was arrested at a Belmont was uninjured. The restaurant closed for 45 min- office on the 700 block of Laurel Street some-
zation offering food, clothing and medical serv- fast food restaurant Friday for pointing a loaded utes during an investigation, according to time between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., it was
gun at another customer, according to police. police. reported on Wednesday, May 8.
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housing in the Bay Area is necessary,
Half Moon Bay retailer seeks STATE
GOVERNMENT
• A bill authored by
according to Chiu’s office.
AB 1487 will now move to a Senate poli-
cy committee for a hearing in June.

grace period for flavoredtobacco As s e mb l y me mb e r


Dav i d Chi u, D-San
Franci s co , to allow
CITY GOVERNMENT
• The Bel mo nt Ci ty Co unci l will con-
By Zachary Clark Some councilmembers were sympathetic the Bay Area to raise
to her situation and to granting her a grace sider the development proposal known as
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF funding for affordable
period. Firehouse Square at a meeting Tuesday. The
housing on a regional ballot passed the
After Half Moon Bay late last year adopt- “We passed the ordinance for good rea- proposal is a four-story mixed use develop-
Assembly Friday. Assembly Bill 1487
ed restrictions on smoking and the sale of sons, for health of community we live in,” ment with 65 affordable rental apartments,
would enable elected regional leaders to
tobacco, including flavored tobacco prod- said Councilwoman Deborah Penrose. “On 15 market-rate townhomes and retail space.
place funding measures on future ballots for
ucts, one local retailer stuck with $62,000 the other hand, I don’t see why giving you a The meeting is 7 p.m. at Belmont City Hall,
the nine-county Bay Area region, in order to
worth of now-illegal inventory is request- short grace period of perhaps two months 1 Twin Pines Lane. 
provide critical funding for affordable hous-
ing a grace period to sell it off.  which may not help you get rid of the entire ing projects across the Bay Area. • The Redwo o d Ci ty Co unci l at a meet-
The ordinances that the City Council inventory, but help you some is a way of The Assembly vote comes as recent ing Monday agreed to charge an annual fee
adopted in October of 2018 prohibit smok- saying we support small businesses in our polling shows strong support across the of $205 per short-term rental fee to offset
ing in certain places, require tobacco retail- town.”  Bay Area for a regional solution to the hous- staff costs. The fee will be effective July 1.
ers to obtain a permit, prevent pharmacies Councilwoman Debbie Ruddock felt a ing crisis. A survey of 1,935 Bay Area resi- The council also decided at the meeting to
from selling tobacco and also ban the sale grace period would be unfair and a slippery dents, conducted by EMC research between modify a loan agreement to rehabilitate the
of flavored tobacco products in the city, slope. April 8-17, found that an overwhelming 74 Redwood Oaks apartments at 330-340
among other restrictions. Most of those “We’ve made a policy decision that we percent agree that a regional approach to Redwood Ave. and preserve them as afford-
rules took effect on Nov. 15 of that year, but don’t want these products in our community able for 55 years.
the restrictions on pharmacies and flavored and I’m having a hard time giving a grace
To get the most out of this workshop,
tobacco specifically did not take effect until
April 1, 2019, to allow businesses time to
period for one retailer for potentially many
months when other retails have abided by it
Local brief participants will need to bring a radio with
transition.  and we’re going against a policy decision them. Brian Mathews of the Radio Club has
At a meeting Tuesday, Deputy City that we made,” she said.
Free hands-on training provided  information about buying a Ham
Manager Matthew Chidester said all tobac- According to a staff report, Discount for new ham radio operators radio here: https://tinyurl.com/yxhp32dd.
co retailers in the city adapted to the new Cigarettes and Cigars was aware of the ordi- Ham radio operators provide vital links to
rules without a problem, except for one: nance as early as August of last year and the outside world when other forms of com- Please register for this workshop here:
Discount Cigarettes and Cigars, located at continued to purchase flavored tobacco munication are down and the Burlingame https://tinyurl.com/y5f7qh38.
80 Cabrillo Highway North in the between November and March, well after the Neighborhood Network is inviting new
Strawflower Shopping Center.  passage of the ban on those products but Ham radio operators to a Hands-On Training “Ham Crams” that prepare you to take the
Fereshta Rahmati, who owns the business still prior to the ban going into effect.   Workshop on Saturday, June 1, from 9 a.m. licensing test in one day are offered by the
with her husband, said she purchased Councilmembers ultimately agreed to to noon at the Burlingame Public Library, Bay Area Education Radio Society
$62,000 worth of flavored tobacco products entertain a possible grace period if Rahmati where experienced Hams from the San (BAEARS) here: baears. com. Click on
before the ban on those products was can prove that she ordered the $62,000 Mateo Radio Club will help them get up to “Upcoming Sessions.” The next session
approved, adding that some of the product worth of unsold flavored tobacco before the speed. will be held July 20 in Dublin.
didn’t arrive until March — one month ban was approved in October 2018.
before the flavored tobacco ban took effect Rahmati appeared confident she would be
— because her supplier experienced delays. able to do so and the council will vote on a Obituary
Rahmati is asking the council for a three- grace period at its next meeting after data on
to five-month grace period to sell the order dates is obtained. Joan Lee Anderson Shaughnessy
inventory or else her business will be In other business, the council decided to August 26, 1932 – May 17, 2019
$62,000 in the red because she can’t return ban glass containers at all city parks and
the flavored tobacco and it’s against state beaches and also change the hours of opera- Joan Lee Anderson Shaughnessy, 86, passed away Friday, May
law to sell or transfer it to another business. tion to between sunrise and sunset. Parks 17, 2019 at her home in San Mateo, surrounded by her loving
“Sixty-two-thousand is such a huge loss previously closed at 9 p.m. Ruddock said family. Joan was born in 1932 to Andrew & Florence Anderson
for a small business to have in a year,” she broken glass is a common safety hazard at in San Francisco, the youngest of 2 children. She graduated from
said. “We’ll be filing for a loss [if the fla- Poplar Beach, for example, and new signs Presentation High School in 1950. Joan worked for the telephone
vored tobacco isn’t sold] and we’ll be audit- outlining the rule changes will be installed company and met her husband, Bill in 1956, and they married in
ed based on losses and we’re trying to avoid at all parks this summer.  1957 in San Francisco. Joan lovingly raised 4 children with her
all that.” Councilmembers also expressed interest husband. She spent many hours volunteering in her community helping those in need.
Rahmati noted that her business is only in restrictions on the use of drones in city Joan was a kind and spirited lady who brought joy to everyone.
open to people above the age of 21 and that parks and beaches and City Manager Bob Joan is preceded in death by her husband Bill and her son Danny. She is survived
she has amassed over 300 signatures of sup- Nisbet said staff will likely return with pro- by her 4 children: MaryAnn (Max), Dennis (Melinda), Pat (Jim) & Jeanne (Drew);
port for her grace period request. posed regulations in the near future.  10 grandchildren: Alison (Timmy), Eileen, Heidi, Sean, Sarah (Ezra), Emily (Kara),
Megan, Kate, Danny & Lucy; 3 great- grandchildren: Ian, Nicki & Hannah; and many
loving nieces & nephews.
Memorial Mass will be held at 11am on Monday, May 27th at St. Bartholomew
Catholic Church, 300 Alameda de las Pulgas in San Mateo. Private inurnment at
Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno. In lieu of flowers, donations in Joan’s
memory can be made to the St. Francis Center in Redwood City.
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Kari na Ts eng , dence training at a Kohl Mansion music pro-


Sean Mo ri and gram in Burlingame. Bay Area briefs
Ang el i ne Ki ang Brennan McDo nal d and Mark Hal bel t, “It was surreal, like a movie, ”
received the gold of Burl i ng ame Hi g h Scho o l , San Francisco police chief Christopher Davies said. “We were in
medal Sunday, May Chri s to pher No l l , of San Mateo Hi g h ’sorry’ for raid on journalist shock.”
12, at the Fi s cho ff Scho o l , and Grace Zheng , of Mercy Hi g h The victims appeared homeless because
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco’s
Nati o nal Chamber Scho o l , worked on environmental initiatives they were among a group of people sitting
police chief is apologizing for raiding a
M u s i c as interns with the Ci ti zens Env i ro nmental on the sidewalk with their belongings.
freelance journalist’s home and office to
Co mpeti ti o n. The trio is an ensemble in resi- Co unci l o f Burl i ng ame. Davies said dozens of bystanders quickly
find out who leaked a police report into the
unexpected death of the city’s former public helped them.
defender. Amid the chaos, he said he didn’t see the
Chief William Scott told the San gunman.
Francisco Chronicle on Friday the searches “What was astounding was that a police
were probably illegal and said “I’m sorry car was parked across the street and a fire
that this happened.” truck had just passed by,” Davies said.
California’s shield law protects journal- Police said the men were taken to the hos-
ists from search warrants and the U. S. pital.
Supreme Court has ruled that journalists are Tomlinson said investigators were inter-
free to report on newsworthy information viewing witnesses and reviewing surveil-
contained in stolen documents. lance video to identify the suspect. They
Because the warrants are under seal, it’s blocked access to the crime scene for more
not known what information police provid- than hour to investigate, causing a traffic
ed to support the search or to what extent backup in the downtown area.
they disclosed that Bryan Carmody is a jour-
nalist. 13th dead whale of the year
Scott said the warrants didn’t adequately washes ashore near San Francisco
identify Carmody as a journalist.
SAN FRANCISCO — Authorities say a
Two shot, critically injured dead gray whale has washed ashore in the
San Francisco Bay Area, bringing the total
on busy San Francisco sidewalk to 13 dead whales found in the area since
SAN FRANCISCO — Two men have life- March.
Davina Drabkin, Burlingame Elementary School District board trustee; Maggie MacIsaac, threatening injuries after being shot on a The San Francisco Chronicle reports that
district superintendent; Dave Pine, member of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors; and busy sidewalk in San Francisco by a gun- the whale carcass was found Thursday along
Vlad Khaykin, associate director, Anti-Defamation League and Burlingame Intermediate School man who fled the scene, police said Friday. the Point Reyes National Seashore near
alumnus; came together Monday, May 20, with BIS students and families for a community Officers responded about a minute after Limantour Beach.
townhall to discuss creating a shared society that is accepting and inclusive to disrupt bias and the Friday afternoon shooting and found the The Marine Mammal Center plans a
hate.The event also showcased student produced videos depicting a world without hate. victims bleeding on the ground in the gritty necropsy to determine what killed the
Mid-Market district, Officer Joseph whale.
Tomlinson said. The center says more whales have been
A witness told The Associated Press he and spotted in the San Francisco Bay Area since
his wife were in an Uber that stopped at an early March and scientists fear it’s because
intersection when they heard at least two they are starving and can’t complete their
gunshots and saw the men fall to the ground. annual migration from Mexico to Alaska.

Students from the College of San Mateo as well as Skyline and Cañada colleges participated
a job training and workshop event with Facebook’s Blueprint team where they learned about
the company’s business and marketing challenges, while also receiving digital skills training
and engaging with career panels.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE Weekend • May 25-27, 2019 7

Lake Tahoe water gets California lawmakers,


governor differ on health care tax
Around the state
o n Sun day.
The resort had so much snow during win-
ter that it announced skiing and boarding

clearer after all-time low


By Scott Sonner
SACRAMENTO — California lawmakers
are headed toward a confrontation with first-
term Gov. Gavin Newsom over whether to
continue a tax that can generate nearly $2
would continue through the Fourth of July
weekend. It now plans to extend the season
into August, with no specific end date set.
As of Friday, Mammoth had a season accu-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS billion for low-income health care benefits. mulations of 715 inches (1,816 centime-
The state Assembly and Senate budget ters) at the summit, and 489 inches (1,242
committees finished their versions of the centimeters) at the main lodge.
RENO, Nev. — The clarity of Lake
Tahoe’s cobalt blue water improved last year state’s $214 billion annual budget this
from its worst level in a half-century after week. Both of them want to continue a tax Three California parents plead
weather and runoff returned to more normal on managed care organizations. These guilty in college cheating scheme
conditions at the alpine lake straddling the organizations manage the state’s Medicaid
program, the joint federal and state program BOSTON — Three California parents have
California-Nevada line. pleaded guilty in the college admissions
A dinner plate-sized disc used to measure that provides health coverage for the poor
and disabled. cheating scheme.
clarity was visible at an average depth of Marjorie Klapper, Jane Buckingham and
70.9 feet (21.6 meters) in 2018, scientists When fully implemented, the tax saves
the state about $1.8 billion. Robert Flaxman pleaded guilty in Boston
at the University of California, Davis, A year after the worst clarity in history, the on Friday to a charge of conspiracy to com-
Tahoe Environmental Research Center said But the tax is set to expire June 30, and
water in Lake Tahoe returned to more California needs permission from the feder- mit mail fraud and honest services mail
Thursday. normal conditions this year. fraud.
That’s an improvement of 10.5 feet (3.2 al government to continue it. Newsom is
worried that might not happen and did not Klapper was charged with paying
meters) from 2017 when a winter with was the worst in the 51 years Tahoe’s clari- $15,000 to have someone cheat on her
unusually heavy snow followed years of ty has officially been recorded. The second include it in his budget proposal.
son’s ACT. Klapper, of Menlo Park, owns a
drought, sending sediment into the scenic worst was 64.1 feet (20 meters) in 1997.
lake known for its pine tree-lined beaches “We are thrilled to see Lake Tahoe’s clari- Mammoth Mountain jewelry business.
Authorities say Buckingham, a marketing
and ski resorts. The research center typical- ty improving from the all-time low of just will extend skiing into August executive from Beverly Hills, agreed to pay
ly releases its annual clarity findings in the 60 feet in 2017,” said Darcie Goodman $50,000 to have someone take the ACT for
MAMMOTH LAKES — The Mammoth
spring after analyzing the data it gathers Collins, CEO of the League to Save Lake her son.
Mountain resort in California’s Eastern
each month in the previous year. Tahoe. “These results encourage us to con-
Sierra says it has had its snowiest May on Flaxman admitted to paying $75,000 to
Scientists hope efforts to combat threats tinue restoring critical habitat and improv-
record and skiing and boarding will contin- boost his daughter’s entrance exam score.
to clarity posed by development and climate ing our urban areas to keep pollution from
ue into August. The real estate developer is from Laguna
change will eventually return Lake Tahoe to entering our lake.”
The resort said Friday the 29 inches (73.6 Beach.
its historical clear depth of 100 feet (30.5 The new clarity measurement is in line
centimeters) that has fallen so far this Thirteen parents have pleaded guilty so
meters). with the five-year average of 70.3 feet (21.4
month bests the old mark set in May 2015. far in the case. The parents include
Dozens of public and private partners meters) — an improvement of nearly a foot
An o t h er 6 t o 1 2 i n ch es (1 5 . 2 t o 3 0 . 4 “Desperate Housewives” star Felicity
have been working to reduce stormwater (30 centimeters) from the previous five-
cen t i met ers ) o f s n o w i s ex p ect ed t o fal l Huffman.
pollution from roads and urban areas and year average.
restore streams and floodplains to reduce the Clarity was best when it first was recorded
amount of fine particles and nutrients that in 1968, with an average depth of 102.4
can cloud the lake, research center director feet (31.2 meters). The disc used to measure
Geoffrey Schladow said. it typically was visible at depths of 85 feet
Clarity can swing widely day to day and (30 meters) or deeper through the 1970s and
year to year due to weather conditions and hovered near the worst levels during a
the flow from streams that can accelerate or severe drought in the late 1990s.
slow algae growth and erosion that sends Since then, efforts have been underway to
sediment particles into the water, he said. restore natural wetlands and meadows dis-
“In 2018, Lake Tahoe’s clarity regained placed by past development. Those areas
the expected seasonal patterns that were dis- play an important role in filtering water
rupted by the extreme conditions of the pre- before it enters the lake, Schladow said.
vious year,” Schladow said. “Seasonal weather extremes will most
Scientists took 26 individual depth read- likely drive greater swings in clarity from
ings in 2018, including one in March that year to year in the future, so it’s imperative
exceeded 100 feet (30.5 meters) of clarity. we continue to invest in the lake’s restora-
The worst readings typically are in the sum- tion to combat new and emerging threats,”
mer, and the best are in fall and winter. said Joanne Marchetta, executive director of
A reading of 59.7 feet (18 meters) in 2017 the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.
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8 Weekend • May 25-27, 2019 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Trump to revoke health Critics worry AG will reveal


protection for trans people
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The Trump administra-


Pushing back against critics, the HHS
official overseeing the new regulation said
transgender patients would continue to be
Russia probe info to Trump Barr has asked the U.S. attorney in
By Deb Riechmann
tion moved Friday to revoke newly won protected by other federal laws that bar dis- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Connecticut to examine the origins of the
health care discrimination protections for crimination on the basis of race, color, Russia investigation to find out if intelligence
transgender people, the latest in a series of national origin, sex, age and disability. WASHINGTON — Intelligence profession- and surveillance methods used during the
actions that aim to reverse gains by LGBTQ “Everyone deserves to be treated with dig- als warned Friday that President Donald probe were lawful and appropriate.
Americans in areas ranging from the mili- nity and respect,” said Roger Severino, who Trump’s decision to give his loyal attorney Intelligence experts claim Trump is trying
tary to housing and education. heads the HHS Office for Civil Rights. “We general carte blanche to disclose still-secret to do an end-run around U.S. spy agencies.
The Health and Human intend to fully enforce federal laws that pro- material from the Russia investigation will let They say having someone outside the intelli-
Services Department hibit discrimination.” William Barr cherry-pick gence community deciding what can be
released a proposed regu- Asked about the charge that the adminis- intelligence to paint a released jeopardizes sources and undercuts
lation that in effect says tration has opened the door to discrimina- misleading picture about America’s partnership with spy agencies in
“gender identity” is not tion against transgender people seeking what started the probe. friendly nations, including some that shared
protected under federal needed medical care of any type, Severino The president claims his information with the U.S. regarding the
laws that prohibit sex responded, “I don’t want to see that hap- campaign was spied upon, Russia probe.
discrimination in health pen.” though Trump administra- Traditionally, when Congress, for instance,
care. It would reverse an tion officials have said asks for material to be declassified, the request
In some places LGBT people are protected
Donald Trump Obama-era policy that by state laws, said Lambda Legal attorney they have no specific evi- is forwarded to the intelligence agencies where
the Trump administration dence that anything ille- the information originated or resides. Those
Gonzalez-Pagan, “but what do you say to
already is not enforcing. William Barr gal was done when the agencies recommend what part, if any, can be
people living in a state that doesn’t have
“The actions today are part and parcel of campaign came under FBI declassified without jeopardizing intelligence
state-explicit protections? Do they move
this administration’s efforts to erase surveillance that was approved by a court. sources or spy craft. Then, the Office of the
their home?”
LGBTQ people from federal regulations and On Thursday, Trump gave Barr full authority Director of National Intelligence coordinates
to undermine nondiscrimination protec- Behind the dispute over legal rights is a the feedback from all the agencies and makes a
to publicly disclose information about the ori-
tions across the board, ” said Omar medically recognized condition called “gen- decision.
gins of the investigation the president has
Gonzalez-Pagan, a senior attorney on der dysphoria” — discomfort or distress National Intelligence Director Dan Coats
repeatedly dismissed as a “hoax.”
health care at Lambda Legal, a civil rights caused by a discrepancy between the gender said in a statement Friday that 17 intelligence
“You have to get down to what happened
organization representing LGBT people. that a person identifies as and the gender at agencies he represents will provide the Justice
because what happened is a tremendous blight
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, birth. Consequences can include severe Department all appropriate information need-
on our country,” Trump said, adding that Barr
said the action shows “utter contempt for depression. Treatment can range from sex- ed for its review of intelligence activities
is highly respected and will be impartial in
the health, safety and humanity of women reassignment surgery and hormones to peo- related to Russian interference in the 2016
reviewing documents.
and transgender Americans.” ple changing their outward appearance by presidential election.
But Trump’s critics are wary of leaving the
The administration also has moved to adopting a different hairstyle or clothing. Coats also said he’s confident Barr will work
decision of what intelligence to release — and
restrict military service by transgender men Many social conservatives disagree with what should remain hidden — in Barr’s hands. in accordance with “long-established stan-
and women , proposed allowing certain the concept. Barr is a staunch Trump defender who dards to protect highly-sensitive classified
homeless shelters to take gender identity “Sex is not subjective, it is an objective Democrats say spun special counsel Robert information that, if publicly released, would
into account in offering someone a bed for biological reality,” Tony Perkins, president Mueller’s report in Trump’s favor, playing put our national security at risk.”
the night and concluded in a 2017 Justice of the Family Research Council, said in a down aspects suggesting possible criminal But while Trump’s memorandum instructs
Department memo that federal civil rights statement supporting the Trump administra- conduct. Mueller has also complained to Barr Barr to consult with appropriate intelligence
law does not protect transgender people tion’s move. The proposed rule will ensure about his handling of the release of the report. agencies “to the extent he deems it practica-
from discrimination at work. As one of her that federal law “isn’t used as a vehicle to That has prompted concern that Barr will ble” before he releases anything, it doesn’t
first policy moves, Education Secretary advance transgender or abortion politics,” take a similar approach to his review of the require him to do so.
Betsy DeVos withdrew guidance that allowed he said. origins of Mueller’s probe, releasing intelli- This has alarmed Trump critics, who have
students to use bathrooms matching their Under the Obama-era federal rule, a hospi- gence backing Trump’s claims that it was served in high-level U.S. intelligence posts.
gender identity. tal could be required to perform gender-tran- politically motivated, while keeping classi- “It is potentially dangerous if the attorney
More than 1.5 million Americans identify sition procedures such as hysterectomies if fied evidence demonstrating the need for the general were to declassify something the
as transgender , according to the Williams the facility provided that kind of treatment probe. director of national intelligence thought
Institute, a think tank focusing on LGBT for other medical conditions. The rule was Barr has already said he believes “spying did should be kept classified, as the director is in
policy at the UCLA School of Law. A bigger meant to carry out the anti-discrimination occur” on the Trump campaign, but he also the best position to judge the damage to intel-
number — 4.5% of the population— identi- section of the Affordable Care Act, which made clear at a Senate hearing that any surveil- ligence sources and methods,” said Michael
fy as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender bars sex discrimination in health care but lance wasn’t necessarily illegal or improper. Morell, a former U.S. intelligence official and
(LGBT), according to Gallup. does not use the term “gender identity.” host of the Intelligence Matters podcast.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Weekend • May 25-27, 2019 9


Working together to solve problems The shortest distance
T
attempting to hey say that the shortest distance between two
By Brooke Hanshaw understand some- points is a straight line. But the shortest distance
one’s point of doesn’t always mean the shortest time, as Bay Area
view, no matter motorists well know. The shortest distance between

T
he forms of media and the way what it is, we’ve Redwood City and, say, Hillsdale Shopping Center may be
we get our news have expanded entered a cycle that along El Camino Real but, depending upon the time of
vastly over the recent years. I can only be broken day, it may be faster to detour out
read news articles on my social media by real maturity, to Highway 101 instead.
platforms, news agencies have created strength and El Camino Real slices through
their own new media platforms and we patience, all of Redwood City with only a subtle
can all still watch the news or pick up which seem to be missing from all of issues we all continue to face, it bend or two. But lately I’ve been
a newspaper. Being aware of the news us at the moment. might be time to put some of that out exploring another straight
and what’s occurring in the world As our country seemingly moves pride aside. Compromise is not giv- line through the city, one that
around us remains a top priority for backward, I find myself losing my ing in or giving up, it’s creating a closely parallels El Camino
everyone; yet, it can become discour- positive attitude about my future solution that makes its best attempts Real: the Caltrain line.
aging with the saying “good news is more often than being excited for to work for each and every one of us. On May 6, Caltrain’s director of
no news” ringing true in most head- what’s to come. Not yet a legal In fact, I believe there’s much more Policy Development presented
lines. adult, I’m amazed at the lack of real pride to be had in the ability to dis- Caltrain’s long-range vision for its
As an intern for the Daily Journal, discussion by those much older than cuss and reach conclusions, to create corridor to the Redwood City
part of our job is to read and format me, no matter their opinions or solutions and to work with one anoth- Council. Given the expected popula- Greg Wilson
the letters to the editor. Many of the political affiliations. We should be er than there is in the aforementioned tion growth, Caltrain is developing
letters I read contain complaints and able to discuss, listen and problem- mindset. a plan to meet the demand that it anticipates by the year 2040.
lists of everything that is wrong with solve together, not force our opin- This column isn’t meant to have the Before we look at the future, a quick review of what we
our community; however, I am rarely ions at others with no form of com- same discouraging effect that some of have today. Redwood City has six “at-grade” crossings,
able to find many offered or proposed promise in sight. In my AP govern- the headlines and discussions have where the train tracks intersect streets at their level,
solutions. In no way am I diminish- ment class this past year, we dis- had on me; rather, it’s to inspire necessitating gates, signs and signals. It also has two
ing the importance of speaking up cussed at length the topic of polar- those of all ages to take into consid- “grade-separated” crossings, one at Jefferson Avenue and
and sharing one’s opinions. No mat- ization and its advancements in our eration a problem-solving point of one at Woodside Road. On a normal weekday, 92 trains
ter what they are, they are important country, a conversation that was view. My outlook on my community, pass through Redwood City (46 in each direction), 76 of
and deserve to be heard. With that also discouraging. Learning about our country and the world will remain which stop at the Redwood City station. A little less than
being said, there’s a difference party line voting alongside watch- optimistic because I believe we can 3,900 people board trains at the Redwood City station on
between sharing one’s thoughts and ing the midterm elections gave us all change for the better. an average weekday.
childish behavior. All over social a reality check as to just how polar- Caltrain is projecting that by the year 2040, the number
media and even in the comments of ized our country has become. of people boarding trains in Redwood City will have
Our Constitution outlines the Brook e Hanshaw is a senior at Aragon increased to almost 8,400, with other stations seeing
articles on the Daily Journal website, High School in San Mateo. Student
I find name-calling, petty responses necessity for freedom of speech in its comparable increases. Thus, Caltrain sees a strong need to
and personal attacks instead of civi- primary amendment. Take full advan- News appears in the week end edition. increase their level of service. Electrification will enable
lized and progressive discussion. It’s tage of it and have pride in what you You can email Student News at some of that, as will the downtown San Francisco exten-
upsetting to realize that instead of believe in, but when it comes to news@smdaily journal.com. sion, which aims to extend Caltrain to the Salesforce
Transit Center. Caltrain expects to start electrified opera-
tions in the year 2022, whether or not high-speed rail
Letters to the editor comes to fruition.
Caltrain has developed three possible alternatives for
dealing with this increase. The first is called “baseline
growth,” but even with a name like “baseline” it nearly
Climate change is real Assessment 2017: Executive Thanks to those who doubles the number of weekday trains by 2040, from
Summary, (science2017.glob- today’s 92 to 174. Of those 174 trains, 116 would stop at
and we are the cause alchange.gov). served, on this Memorial Day the Redwood City station.
Editor, I also refer readers to the work of Editor, The second alternative is dubbed “moderate growth.”
It is unfortunate that the San distinguished UC Berkeley Professor To those who have served in the Under this scenario, the number of weekday trains would
Mateo Daily Journal persists in pub- of Physics Richard Muller and his military: As Memorial Day approach- increase to 268, all of which would stop in Redwood City.
lishing letters (“Higher levels of research group. Originally a global es and the world is in constant tur- Finally, the “high growth” alternative calls for 348 trains
CO2 are better” by Ed Kahl in the warming skeptic, Muller received a moil I am reminded on a daily basis each and every non-holiday weekday, again with all of
May 14 edition of the SMDJ and research grant (ironically from the them stopping here at the Redwood City station.
that I am fortunate to have the free-
“Climate change” by Bob Cohen, in Koch brothers) to do an in-depth For anyone who has ever been frustrated waiting at a rail-
examination of historical global tem- doms that I do because of your serv-
the May 21 edition) that promote ice. road crossing in Redwood City, know that on a normal
fringe notions that deny the reality perature measurements. His group weekday at the Broadway intersection, the gate is currently
concluded that the measurements were I am 64 years of age and never
of human-caused global warming and down — blocking cars, bikes and pedestrians — for 17
accurate, and their most recent 2018 served in the military so I feel a con- minutes during Caltrain’s busiest hour. That delay is
its consequences. The time for debat-
ing this issue is over. The over- findings confirm that the earth has stant need to thank those that have expected to increase to nearly 22 minutes under the base-
whelming scientific consensus, warmed by 1.16 degrees Celsius (2.09 served such as yourself.  line growth scenario. You might expect the other two sce-
based on hard, verifiable data, is that degrees Fahrenheit) since the late Although my words are totally inad- narios to be worse, but they aren’t for one very good rea-
human-caused global warming is 19th century. They also concluded equate to show my appreciation for son: at those higher levels of service Caltrain would need
real, it is serious and we need to do that this degree of warming could your service, you should know my four sets of tracks between the Redwood City Caltrain sta-
something about it. For the most only be explained by human-caused thoughts are with you as you read tion and Redwood City’s northern border, and along with
compelling summaries of research increases of greenhouse gases in the this. those would come grade separation. Thus, at Broadway, the
that support these conclusions, I atmosphere. Those of you in the military make street would either be lowered beneath the Caltrain tracks,
refer readers to the most recent The message is clear. The earth is me proud to be an American. or the Caltrain tracks would be raised above Broadway, or
(2018) report of the UN warming. We humans are the cause. God bless you. there would be a bit of both. Regardless, trains would cease
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate But we can also be the solution if we to be an issue at Broadway. Other intersections, though,
Change — Special Report: Global can find the political will to take the might continue to be adversely affected, depending upon
Warming of 1.5 oC, Summary for necessary actions now. David Thom the scenario and the intersection. At Whipple Avenue, for
Policymakers (ipcc.ch/sr15/chap- Robert Steele San Carlos instance, grade separation would likely only be done
ter/summary-for-policy-makers/) and Redwood City under the high-growth alternative; if Caltrain elects to
the Fourth National Climate pursue moderate growth, the amount of time the gates
would be down during Caltrain’s peak hour of operation
OUR MISSION: would increase from today’s 12 to just over 20 minutes.
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most If these numbers aren’t alarming enough, note that,
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for regardless of the growth scenario they choose, if high-
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. speed rail ever goes forward, Caltrain envisions an addi-
By combining local news and sports coverage,
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, tional 130 bullet trains running between San Francisco
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to and San Jose each weekday. Plus, there is the Dumbarton
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality Rail project. If that service comes to pass, it could result
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Shanni Brown Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County. in even more trains coming and going from the Redwood
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer
choose to reflect the diverse character of this City station. Given the routing of that line, however,
Dave Newlands, Production Manager INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: dynamic and ever-changing community. these trains would not necessarily affect any of Caltrain’s
Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman existing at-grade intersections.
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10 Weekend • May 25-27, 2019 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

US stocks rebound, S&P 500 ends with loss again


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
Stocks on Wall Street notched modest High: 25,670.81
gains Friday, erasing some of the market’s Low: 25,496.20
steep losses from a day earlier.
The upbeat finish to a turbulent week still Close: 25,585.69
left the market with its third straight week- Change: +95.22
ly loss.
Stocks swung between gains and losses OTHER INDEXES
all week as investors weighed the prospect S&P 500: 2826.06 +3.82
of a prolonged trade war between the U.S.
NYSE Index: 12,581.36 +56.37
and China. Trading has been volatile since
the dispute escalated earlier this month, Nasdaq: 7637.01 +8.73
with both sides raising tariffs on each NYSE MKT: 2489.97 +5.01
other’s goods. Russell 2000: 1514.11 +12.73
Financial companies led the buying
Friday as the yield on the 10-year Treasury Wilshire 5000: 29,147.59 +66.02
note reversed part of a steep slide a day ear-
lier. Rising yields boost interest rates on 10-Yr Bond: 2.32 + 0.029
loans, which makes lending more prof- Oil (per barrel): 59.04 +1.13
itable. Gold : 1,284.20 -1.20
The modest gains snapped a two-day los-
ing streak for the S&P 500 as investors saw
opportunity after the previous days’ wave of
selling. 1,514.11. ing China to reciprocate. The trade dispute tially anticipated, said Craig Birk, chief
“Today you’re just seeing a rebound, real- Major stock indexes in Europe finished escalated further after the U.S. proposed investment officer at Personal Capital.
ly almost across the board, so that tells you broadly higher. restrictions on technology sales to China, “The lesson learned lately is that nobody
yesterday everything was just being sold The market’s modest rebound came ahead though it has temporarily backed off. knows,” Birk added.
with no rhyme or reason, ” said Ben of a three-day holiday weekend. U.S. stock President Donald Trump said Thursday Technology companies have borne the
Phillips, chief investment officer at markets will be closed Monday in obser- that he expects to meet with his Chinese brunt of the market’s monthlong downturn
EventShares. vance of Memorial Day. counterpart Xi Jinping at a summit next as they face the possibility of restricted
The S&P 500 rose 3.82 points, or 0.1%, The resumption of trade hostilities this month in Japan. Both sides have expressed sales to Chinese companies. The sector
to 2,826.06. The benchmark index ended month has interrupted a market rally that a willingness to resume negotiations, while eked out a tiny gain Friday. HP rose 4.4%
the week with a 2.3% loss. saw the S&P 500 recoup the fourth quarter’s at the same time ratcheting up antagonistic and Intuit climbed 6.7% after reporting
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained sharp loss and hit a new high. The index is rhetoric, leaving investors confused about solid profits and issuing a surprisingly
95.22 points, or 0.4%, to 25,585.69. The down 4.1% so far in May, though it’s still what happens next. good forecast.
Nasdaq composite added 8.72 points, or sporting a gain of 12.7% for the year. Investors will likely be stuck dealing Financial stocks led the gainers. Capital
0.1%, to 7,637.01. The U.S. and China concluded their 11th with a volatile market until the outcome in One Financial rose 1. 7% and Bank of
Small company stocks fared better than round of trade talks earlier this month with the trade dispute becomes clear. As such, America finished 1.5% higher.
the rest of the market. The Russell 2000 no agreement. Instead, the U.S. moved to investors are starting to realize that the Health care companies also notched
index climbed 12.73 points, or 0.9%, to increase tariffs on Chinese goods, prompt- conflict could drag on much longer than ini- gains. Medtronic picked up 1.5%.

Female CEOs are competitively Botswana hires firm to


paid, but greatly outnumbered fight elephant hunting PR THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Among the firm’s clients is actress Meryl
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tives at S&P 500 compa- Streep, who has been a vocal opponent of the
nies who have served at WASHINGTON — The Botswanan govern- sale and importation of ivory, which in 2014
The few women who are CEOs of the largest least two full consecutive ment has enlisted a public relations firm with she called a “product of horrific cruelty to ele-
U.S. companies typically make more money fiscal years at their respec- deep ties to Hollywood to push back against the phants, who could very well become extinct
than their male counterparts but aren’t close to tive companies and filed bad publicity generated by the southern African within decades if we don’t act now.”
the top of the leaderboard for pay packages. proxy statements during nation’s decision to lift its ban on elephant Allan Mayer, a principal with 42 West who is
The median pay package for female CEOs in the traditional period of hunting. leading the effort, declined to comment on
the 2018 fiscal year was $12.7 million, com- Jan. 1 to April 30.
42 West, a firm mostly known for its work Friday. Streep publicist Leslee Dart, a 42 West
pared with $11.2 million for men, according While women enter U.S.
with celebrities and the film industry, notified co-CEO who is named in the filing, did not
to data analyzed by Equilar for The Associated Mary Barra companies at roughly the
the U.S. Justice Department last week that it immediately respond to a request for comment.
Press. That reflects a raise of $680,000 for the same rate as men, experts
will be working with Botswana’s tourism min- Botswana has been a relatively safe refuge for
same group of female CEOs from a year say their ranks grow thinner at each step up
istry, according to a filing made under the elephants on a continent where illegal poach-
before, versus a raise of $540,000 for the the corporate ladder. There are a number of rea-
Foreign Agents Registration Act. ing and habitat loss has sent their numbers into
men. Median means half were larger, and half sons for this, including unconscious bias,
The firm will be paid $125,000 over the next sharp decline. The country is home to an esti-
were smaller. lack of mentorship, people hiring in their
two months — with the possibility of more mated 130,000 African elephants — about a
Still, of the 340 companies included in the own image and more. This leaves few women
work to come — for developing talking points third of all that remain.
analysis, only 19 were run by women. Plus, in the pipeline to take the top seat when the
time comes. and a communications plan that “articulates After its initial announcement on Thursday
there is not a single woman on the overall list Botswana’s policy on elephant hunting” that was met with social media blowback, the
of the top 20 most highly paid CEOs. The top Catalyst, a nonprofit organization that
focuses on women in business, said that only will be delivered to “key U.S. and other Western Botswanan government clarified on Friday that
earner there — Discovery CEO David Zaslav audiences,” according to its filing. it plans to issue no more than 400 elephant
— earned a pay package worth almost six three times in history has a woman succeeded
another woman as chief executive at a public That puts 42 West in an awkward spot. Big- hunting permits per year.
times that of the most highly paid female CEO game hunting is a deeply divisive issue, partic- Elephant hunting is already legal in Namibia,
— Mary Barra of General Motors. She ranks traded company.
“The rarity of these women, they are so ularly in Hollywood, and numerous celebrity Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa. With a
30th on the list overall. activists have spoken out against killing the population of just over 2 million people,
exceptional,” said Alison Cook, a professor
Barra tops the list of female CEOs with a world’s largest land mammal for sport, includ- Botswana has more space than some of its more
of management at Utah State University who
pay package valued at nearly $21.9 million, ing some calls for a tourism boycott of densely populated neighbors for elephant herds
researches gender and diversity in the work-
unchanged from the prior year. Lockheed Botswana. to roam.
place. “Not that some of these men aren’t
Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson came in second
exceptional also ... but these women have to Facebook has been grappling with such
with a compensation valued at $21.5 million,
up 7% from the prior year. And General
be so incredible to have made it this far.” Business in brief problems as privacy, fake news and hate
Comparing men’s pay to women’s as a speech.
Dynamics CEO Phebe Novakovic rounded out
the top three with a compensation package
group is a bit unfair, statistically speaking. Ex-Facebook exec recommends Zuckerberg remains the company’s con-
The sample size is much smaller for women so
worth $20.7 million.
any change among that group has an outsized Zuckerberg step down as CEO trolling shareholder, making it unlikely he
The AP’s CEO compensation study, conduct- impact. SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook’s former will be replaced without his consent.
ed by Equilar, includes pay data for 340 execu- security chief is disagreeing with calls to
break up the social net- Report: Real estate title
work. firm exposes data in 885M flies
Instead, Alex Stamos
believes the way to fix SANTA ANA — A respected security blog
problems is for Mark is reporting that a flaw on the website of a
Zuckerberg to step aside major real estate title company exposed the
as CEO. bank account numbers and other sensitive
Facebook co-founder information contained in 885 million files.
Chris Hughes and other Krebs On Security says the data collected
critics contend that gov- by First American Financial could have
Mark ernment regulators been viewed by anyone with a web browser
Zuckerberg should require Facebook until the company disabled the vulnerable
to spin off popular services such as site Friday. It’s unclear if any exposed infor-
Instagram and WhatsApp. mation was scooped up by outsiders with
criminal intentions.
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FDA approves most expensive medicine ever


By Linda A. Johnson ICER’s president, Dr. Steven D. Pearson, months. Two years later when Evelyn was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS called the treatment’s price “a positive out- born a test showed she also had the disease,
come for patients and the entire health sys- so the family enrolled her in the gene thera-
tem.” py study at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
U.S. regulators have approved the most
The defective gene that causes spinal mus- in Columbus, Ohio.
expensive medicine ever, for a rare disorder
cular atrophy prevents the body from mak- Evelyn is now 4 1/2 years old and show-
that destroys a baby’s muscle control and
ing enough of a protein that allows nerves ing no muscle problems other than minor
kills nearly all of those with the most com-
that control movement to work normally. trouble standing up, said her mother, Elena
mon type of the disease within a couple of
The nerves die off without the protein. Villarreal. She has been feeding herself for a
years.
In the most common type, which is also long time, she draws and speaks well, and
The treatment is priced at $2.125 million. the most severe, at least 90% of patients die will be starting kindergarten in the fall.
Out-of-pocket costs for patients will vary by age 2, and any still alive need a ventila- “She’s very active and goes to the play-
based on insurance coverage. tor to breathe. Children with less-severe ground a lot,” said Elena Villarreal. “She’s
The medicine, sold by the Swiss drugmak- Novartis, a Swiss drugmaker, had its types become disabled more slowly and can walking and even jumping.”
er Novartis, is a gene therapy that treats an Zolgensma medicine approved by the FDA. live for up to a couple decades. It is too early to know how long the ben-
inherited condition called spinal muscular The gene-therapy drug is priced at $2.125M Zolgensma works by supplying a healthy efit of the treatment lasts, but doctors’
atrophy. The treatment targets a defective per treatment. copy of the faulty gene, which allows nerve hopes are rising that they could last a life-
gene that weakens a child’s muscles so dra- cells to then start producing the needed pro- time, according to Dr. Jerry Mendell, a neu-
matically that they become unable to move, The one other medicine for the disease tein. That halts deterioration of the nerve rologist at Nationwide Children’s. Mendell
and eventually unable to swallow or approved in the U. S. is a drug called cells and allows the baby to develop more led one of the early patient studies and is
breathe. It strikes about 400 babies born in Spinraza. Instead of a one-time treatment, it normally. Evelyn’s doctor.
the U.S. each year. must be given every four months. Biogen, In patient testing, babies with the most “It’s beginning to look that way,” he
The Food and Drug Administration on Spinraza’s maker, charges a list price of severe form of the disease who got said, because a few children treated who are
Friday approved the treatment, called $750, 000 for the first year and then Zolgensma within 6 months of birth had now 4 or 5 still have no symptoms.
Zolgensma, for all children under age 2 who $350,000 per year after that. limited muscle problems. Those who got Early diagnosis is crucial, so Novartis has
are confirmed by a genetic test to have any The independent nonprofit group the treatment earliest did best. been working with states to get genetic
of the four types of the disease. The therapy Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, Babies given Zolgensma after six months testing for newborns required at birth. It
is a one-time infusion that takes about an which rates the value of expensive new med- stopped losing muscle control, but the med- expects most states will have that require-
hour. icines, calculated that the price of the new icine can’t reverse damage already done. ment by next year.
Novartis said it will let insurers make gene therapy is justifiable at a cost of $1.2 Evelyn Villarreal was one of the first chil- The FDA said side effects included vomit-
payments over five years, at $425,000 per million to $2.1 million because it “dramat- dren treated, at eight weeks. Her family, ing and potential liver damage, so patients
year, and will give partial rebates if the ically transforms the lives of families from Centreville, Virginia, had lost their must be monitored for the first few months
treatment doesn’t work. affected by this devastating disease.” first child to spinal muscular atrophy at 15 after treatment.

Missouri governor signs abortion bill Arguments about


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. —


rape, incest divide
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Friday
signed a bill that bans abortions on
or beyond the eighth week of preg-
abortion opponents
nancy without exceptions for cases of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS induce their own abortions should
rape or incest, making it among the be prosecuted for murder. The posi-
most restrictive abortion policies in Even as the anti-abortion move- tion is at odds with the pro-women
the nation. ment celebrates the sweeping bans rhetoric of leading anti-abortion
Under the law that comes into force passed in several states, it’s divided groups.
Aug. 28, doctors who violate the by a widening rift over whether “We’re 100% percent against
eight-week cutoff could face five to 15 those prohibitions should apply to prosecuting women.” said Kristi
years in prison. Women who termi- victims of rape and incest. Hamrick, spokeswoman for
nate their pregnancies cannot be The debate pits those who believe Students for Life of America.
prosecuted. A legal challenge is any abortion is immoral against Divisions over rape-and-incest
expected, although it’s unclear when those who worry that a no-excep- exceptions have existed within the
that might occur. tion stance could be harmful to some anti-abortion movement for years,
The measure includes exceptions Republican candidates in upcoming but have become more apparent as
for medical emergencies, such as REUTERS elections. A Gallup poll last year several states in the South and
when there is a risk of death or perma- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson signs a new bill that bans abortions on or found that 77% of Americans sup- Midwest enacted tough bans on
nent physical injuries to “a major beyond the eighth week of pregnancy, without exception. port exceptions in cases of rape and abortion.
bodily function of the pregnant the reality of it is bad things do hap- on May 15 making performing an incest. Only the ban in Georgia includes
woman.” But the lack of exceptions pen sometimes. But you have two abortion a felony in nearly all cases. “There is a media spotlight shin- an exception for victims of rape or
women who find themselves preg- months to decide what you’re going Supporters have said they hope to ing on this issue,” said Clarke incest — and then only if the
nant after being raped or subjected to to do with that issue, and I believe in provoke a legal challenge that will Forsythe, senior counsel with woman files a police report first.
incest has drawn sharp criticism, two months you can make a deci- eventually force the U.S. Supreme Americans United for Life. “State Measures enacted in Alabama, Ohio,
including from wealthy GOP donor sion,” he said. Court to revisit its landmark 1973 leaders need to be prudent and reflect Kentucky, Mississippi and
David Humphreys, a Missouri busi- The American Civil Liberties Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized not only on state elections but also Missouri do not contain those
nessman, who had urged the Union of Missouri said it was explor- abortion nationally. national elections, and the pace of exceptions, nor does a measure near-
Republican governor to veto the bill ing “all options, including litiga- Unlike Alabama’s near-total abor- change the public might accept.” ing final approval in Louisiana.
and called it “bad public policy.” tion, to block the law from going tion ban, lawmakers who helped draft There’s potential for even more President Donald Trump, House
Parson defended the lack of excep- into effect.” The organization’s state the Missouri bill say it’s meant to division. Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of
tions as he spoke to a group of abor- legislative and policy director, Sara withstand court challenges instead of The Federalist, an online maga- California and Senate Majority
tion opponents gathered Friday for Baker, in a statement said the bill is spark them. If the eight-week ban is zine influential in conservative and Leader Mitch McConnell of
the bill signing in his Capitol office. “unconstitutional, and it must be struck down, the bill includes a ladder anti-abortion circles, ran an article Kentucky also have distanced them-
“Is it a terrible thing that happens stopped.” of less-restrictive time limits at 14, this week by two abortion oppo- selves from the no-exceptions
in those situations? Yes it is. ... But Alabama’s governor signed a bill 18 or 20 weeks. nents suggesting that women who bans.
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Golf, sumo await Middle


US beefing up its forces in
East to counter Iran
Trump in Japan
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS you’re an ally, but no major blows
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The U.S. will


send hundreds of additional troops
and a dozen fighter jets to the
have landed on Japan, ” said Middle East in the coming weeks to
WASHINGTON — Under the Michael Green, senior vice presi- counter what the Pentagon said is an
threat of potentially devastating dent for Asia and Japan chair at the escalating campaign by Iran to plan
U.S. tariffs on autos, Japan is Center for Strategic and attacks against the U.S. and its
ready to roll out the newest phase International Studies. interests in the region. And for the
of its charm offensive targeting first time, Pentagon officials on
President Donald Trump as it wel- Trump, who departs Washington
on Friday, has the honor of being Friday publicly blamed Iran and its
comes him on a state visit tailor- proxies for recent tanker bombings
made to his whims and ego. the first head of state invited to
meet Emperor Naruhito since he near United Arab Emirates and a
Offering high rocket attack in Iraq.
honors, golf assumed power May 1 after his
father stepped down, the first abdi- President Donald Trump told
and the chance reporters Friday that the 1,500
to present a cation in about two centuries.
Naruhito will welcome Trump to troops would have a “mostly protec-
“Trump Cup” at tive” role as part of a build-up that
a sumo the Imperial Palace on Monday for REUTERS
a meeting and banquet in his began this month in response to
wrestling cham- what the U.S said was a threat from
The U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge and the Arleigh
pionship, honor. Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Bainbridge sail in the Arabian
Iran, without providing details or
Japanese Prime “With all the countries of the evidence.
Sea earlier this week as tensions rise with Iran.
M i n i s t e r world, I’m the guest of honor at Vice Admiral Michael Gilday told roughly 600 included in the Patriot he said.
Shinzo Abe Shinzo Abe, the biggest event that they’ve had Pentagon reporters that the U.S. has battalion. Briefing reporters at the
a r g ua b l y in over 200 years,” Trump said “very high confidence” that Iran’s “We are going to be sending a rel- Pentagon, Gilday, the Joint Staff
Trump’s closest friend on the Thursday. Revolutionary Guard was responsi- atively small number of troops, director, did not provide direct evi-
world stage, will continue a years- ble for the explosions on four mostly protective,” the president dence to back up claims tying Iran
long campaign that so far appears Abe will host Trump on Sunday tankers, and that Iranian proxies in said at the White House before set- to the attacks. He told reporters the
to have spared Japan from far more for a round of golf and take the Iraq fired rockets into Baghdad. He ting off on a trip to Japan. “Some conclusions were based on intelli-
debilitating U.S. actions. president to a sumo wrestling said Iran also tried to deploy modi- very talented people are going to gence and evidence gathered in the
The stakes are high. U.S. tariffs match, a sport Trump said he finds fied small boats that were capable of the Middle East right now and we’ll region, and officials said they are
could cripple Japan’s auto indus- “fascinating.” Trump is eager to launching cruise missiles. see what happens.” trying to declassify some of the
try, while North Korea remains a present the winner with a U.S.- The deployments announced Trump has in recent weeks alter- information so that it could be made
destabilizing threat in the region. made trophy. Friday include a squadron of 12 nated between tough talk toward public.
But this trip, the first of two Trump fighter jets, manned and unmanned Iran and a more conciliatory mes- “This is truly operations driven
is expected to make to Japan in the It’s all part of a kindness cam-
paign aimed at encouraging Trump surveillance aircraft, and a number sage, insisting he is open to nego- by intelligence,” Gilday said,
next six weeks, is more of social of military engineers to beef up pro- tiations with the Islamic Republic. adding that the U.S. continues to
call meant to highlight the to alleviate trade pressures, said
Riley Walters, a policy analyst at tection for forces. In addition a bat- He seemed to downplay the see intelligence suggesting that
alliance between the countries and talion of four Patriot missile batter- prospect of conflict when he spoke Iran is actively planning attacks
the friendship between their lead- the Heritage Foundation’s Asian
Studies Center, who said the per- ies that were scheduled to leave the at the White House. against the U.S. and partners in the
ers. Middle East has been ordered to “Right now, I don’t think Iran region by the Revolutionary Guard
“In the world of Donald Trump, sonal relationship between Trump
and Abe is probably the best of stay. The total number of troops wants to fight and I certainly don’t and Iranian proxies in Yemen and
terrible things can happen if involved is about 1,500, with think they want to fight with us,” Iraq.
any two world leaders.
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Weekend • May 25-27, 2019

Diamond Dubs
Another Warriors dynasty on the rise
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

The parity across the softball


diamonds of the city of San Mateo
BILLY BRENDY
has never been more evident.
Menlo’s Kyra Pretre, second from left, and Charlotte Tomkinson, third from With Central Coast Section
left run at the CCS Track and Field Championships Friday, May 17. championship Saturday upon us,

Qualifiers for state finals


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT lims throw of 153 feet, 10 inches.
both Aragon and Hillsdale will be
vying for CCS crowns. And San
Mateo advanced to the CCS
Division I semifinals, only to be
Smoot earned the 12th and last cut eliminated by Aragon.
Five individuals and one relay with a throw of 139-06. The rank- The common link between the
team from San Mateo County quali- ings were identical in the shot put. three intra-city rivals? Well, the
fied for the CIF State Track and Field Watts had the third top throw at 46- teams aren’t so much rivals, con-
Championships Saturday in 00 1/4. Smoot earned the final spot sidering the nucleus of all three is
Clovis. at 41-03 3/4. composed of players from the West
Friday evening’s state prelimi- The Serra boys’ 4x400 relay team Bay Warriors travel team, formed
naries at Buchanan High School — Liam Kilbridge, Liam Pearl, in 2016 in San Mateo by Ray
saw Menlo juniors Charlotte Terence Loville and Nate Sanchez — McDonald. His daughter Kelly
Tomkinson and Kyra Pretre each qualified for the finals with the McDonald — a coach with the
qualify in the girls’ 800 meters. eighth-best time of 3:18.55. Warriors — took over as
Terra Nova senior Carly Watts and Other trials performances: In the Hillsdale’s head coach this season.
Notre Dame-Belmont senior Krissy girls’ 100, Menlo-Atherton senior “It’s a really proud moment for
Smoot each qualified for the finals Jessica Eagle finished in 20th place me, 10 of the 15 girls that made
in the discus and shot put. The Serra in the prelims in 12:32 seconds. first-team PAL All-League are all
boys’ 4x400 relay team also The M-A girls’ 4x100 relay took Warriors,” Kelly McDonald said.
advanced. 14th in 47.95 seconds. In the boys’ Hillsdale (14-7) is the No. 3 seed
Carlmont junior Kaimei Gescuk 100, senior Francisco Sanchez in the CCS Division II bracket,
qualified for the girls’ 3,200 by ranked 24th in 11.08 seconds. taking on No. 5 Pioneer (14-11) at
virtue of her CCS championship run In the girls’ 100 hurdles, Menlo San Jose’s PAL Stadium at 10 a.m.
Friday, May 17. senior Alexandra Chan took 13th in Hillsdale has four CCS titles all-
Tomkinson — the two-time the prelims with a PR of 14.60 sec- time, but hasn’t won one since
Central Coast Section champ in the onds. The Menlo girls’ 4x400 relay 1991, the year Kelly McDonald
ABOVE: COURTESY OF was born.
800 — made the state cut with a finished 22nd overall in 4:05.80. WEST BAY WARRIORS
time of 2 minutes, 12.26 seconds. In the girls’ 1,600, Half Moon Top: The West Bay Warriors travel Under former head coach Randy
Pretre also made the cut, recording Bay senior Claire Yerby took 18th team celebrates, including Hillsdale Metheany, the Lady Knights
the 11th best time out of 12 quali- in 5:01.63. sophomore Caitlin Regan, left, and reached the Division II semifinals
fiers with a 2:13.65. In girls’ long jump, St. Ignatius Aragon freshman Megan Grant,right. in every season since 2013, includ-
Watts and Smoot qualified in two sophomore Megan Ronan, a Above: Aragon junior Shannon ing a trip to the finals in 2017.
events apiece. In the girls’ disc, Burlingame native, took15th with Galliano at the plate. Left: Hillsdale
Watts recorded the third-best pre- top distance of 17 feet, 1.75 inches. senior Brianna Santos runs to first. See CCS, Page 15

With uncertainty ahead,


Dubs relishing dynasty
By Janie McCauley T h e series, this game, and that’s the
Inside
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wa r r i o r s only way that you can really put
started this your best foot forward in terms of
OAKLAND — Steph Curry hears run with trying to get back to the moun-
the dynasty discussion about his three All- taintop,” Curry said. “We’ll have
Warriors during another postsea- Stars in plenty of time when we hang the
son run. Curry, Green sneakers up to really go back and
Draymond Green realizes special and Klay think about all the different expe-
teams only stay together for so Th o mp s o n . riences and highs and lows, but
long before something breaks They added right now, we’re two games away
Raptors’ gamble two more in from another finals appearance.
them apart.
paying off in Eastern K e v i n It’s pretty special.”
That’s why the Warriors decided Conference finals
from Day 1 of training camp to Durant and The Warriors are the first team to
See Page 16 D e M a r c u s reach five straight finals since the
cherish this season.
Golden State is a franchise in its C o us i n s . Celtics advanced to 10 in a row
prime — five straight trips to the How many they’ll have after free from 1957-1966.
NBA Finals and seeking a third agency is any and everyone’s Another championship would
consecutive title. But the clock is guess. cement this run of titles among
ticking and the Warriors are well Curry — with nearly 11-month- the best ever.
aware of the possible ramifica- old son Canon regularly in his The Los Angeles Lakers of
tions of free agency and how arms for the ride — is certainly rel- 2000-02 — led by Kobe Bryant
things could change in a hurry this ishing this stretch of his decorated and Shaquille O’Neal — are the
summer. career, appreciating how far the last team to capture three straight
“Basketball careers aren’t that Warriors have come during the 10 titles.
long. If you can get 10 out of it, years he has been in the league. Golden State advanced without
you’re lucky,” Green explained. A third straight title is suddenly Durant, the reigning two-time
“To be to five straight finals, I within reach, which would be finals MVP, and Cousins. Both
don’t even know what to say about Golden State’s fourth champi- were sidelined with injuries for the
it. This is what you play for. This is onship in five years. entire Western Conference finals. USA TODAY SPORTS
our goal every year and to get here “We know what’s at stake and Steph Curry, top left, Klay Thompson, top right and Draymond Green were
five straight times is special.” what we’re chasing this year, this See DUBS, Page 16 the Warriors’ three All-Stars when their five-year dynasty started in ‘14-15.
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Rapinoe kicks FIFA, says women’s soccer not treated equally bargained by separate unions, can’t be com-
By Ronald Blum
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pared and said there was no basis for allega-
tions of illegal conduct.
NEW YORK — U.S. star Megan Rapinoe “It’s not this divide. It’s very much a
gave FIFA some kicks two weeks ahead of cohesive unit,” U.S. coach Jill Ellis said.
the World Cup, maintaining the sport’s top “It doesn’t enter the locker room. It doesn’t
executives are not doing enough to close a enter the meeting space. We’re working
huge gender disparity in investment. together and making this work and, yeah, I
“They have essentially unlimited understand. I’m a woman. I have a young
resources. I don’t think that it’s really been daughter. I understand a lot of the bigger
a huge change at all, ” the 33-year-old social issues out there in terms of that. But I
Californian said Friday, two days ahead of also know right now the job is to get the
the Americans’ send-off match against team focused and they are focused.”
Mexico. “Sort of the incremental change Preparing for her third World Cup,
that we’ve seen is just not enough.” Rapinoe is among three American co-cap-
A champion at the 2012 London tains, joined by two-time FIFA player of the
Olympics and the 2015 World Cup, the year Carli Lloyd and Alex Morgan. With
Seattle Reign midfielder has been the most short, spikey dyed blond hair, Rapinoe is
outspoken American player. the most recognizable U.S. women’s player.
FIFA doubled prize money for the women Before the 2012 Olympics, she came out
to $30 million this year from the amount as gay. She knelt during the national
four years ago and the amount for the win- anthem three years ago in support of NFL
ning team to $4 million. That remains a frac- quarterback Colin Kaepernick and this year
DENNIS SCHNEIDLER/USA TODAY SPORTS
tion of the money at last year’s men’s World became the first openly gay woman to
Carli Lloyd , Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan take questions during the U.S.Women’s National
Cup, where France received $38 million from appear in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue .
Team World Cup media day Friday at Twitter NYC.
a $400 million pool. FIFA has raised the Rapinoe is not surprised at attacks on
men’s pool to $440 million for 2022. introduction of VAR at last year’s men’s EDT and the CONCACAF Gold Cup final in LGBTQ rights and abortion rights.
“I would like to see a major paradigm shift World Cup. FIFA said its staff at the World Chicago at 6 p.m. “Equality for all requires people who have
and sort of a major overhaul,” Rapinoe said. Cup will include 214 women and 218 men. “It’s ridiculous and disappointing, to be more of it right now to give up some which I
“There’s been such a lack of investment for In addition to the boost in prize money, FIFA honest,” Rapinoe said. think, obviously, is a good thing for every-
all of these years and such a lack of care and added $11.5 million for teams’ preparations for FIFA said playing the three finals on the one,” she said. “But some people don’t want
attention that doubling or tripling or quadru- the Women’s World Cup and $8.5 million for same day would boost attention for all. to give that up, so they’re doing everything
pling investment, care, attention to the club benefits, raising spending to $50 million. “The scheduling of the different events they can to keep all of it to themselves. I
women’s game I think would be appropriate.” FIFA spent $48 million for teams’ preparations has gone through a comprehensive consul- don’t think it’s surprising. I think those peo-
FIFA pointed to the increase in resources at last year’s men’s World Cup and $209 mil- tancy process, which has involved all key ple are probably going to do everything they
devoted to women since Gianni Infantino lion for club benefits , so by that metric the dis- stakeholders and taken into account differ- can to keep all the power that they have for
became FIFA’s president in 2016, including parity is $657 million to $50 million. ent aspects of the women’s and men’s inter- as long as they possibly can.”
the hiring of Fatma Samoura as secretary Rapinoe also criticized FIFA for allowing national match calendars,” it said in a state- She maintains inequality for women in
general , the first woman to hold the post; three major finals to take place on the same ment. “It is a rare and exciting occurrence.” sports goes beyond soccer.
the addition of Sarai Bareman as FIFA’s first day, splitting focus that could otherwise be Players on the U.S. team sued the U.S. “I think it’s pretty clear women in sport
chief women’s football officer and the solely on the women. The women’s final in Soccer Federation in March, charging insti- have not been treated with the same care and
establishment of a FIFA’s women’s divi- Lyon, France, will kick off at 11 a.m. EDT tutionalized gender discrimination. The financing and all of that that men’s sports
sion; and using video assistant referees at and be followed by the Copa America cham- USSF countered that pay and benefits for has,” she said. “So I don’t think anyone’s
the Women’s World Cup following the pionship match in Rio de Janeiro at 4 p.m. members of the men’s and women’s teams, really arguing about that anymore.”

Indy 500 takes spotlight for US loses Under-20 World Cup opener
Denys Popov scored on a header off a cor-
Soccer brief
Dest played the ball ahead to Servania,
IndyCar Series on an uptick ner kick in the 51st minute, and Ukraine
beat the United States 2-1 Friday at Bielsko
Biala, Poland, in the Americans’ opener at
who tapped it to Konrad De La Fuente as Dest
streaked toward the penalty area. De La
Fuente returned the ball to Dest, who sent it
By Jenna Fryer It is nearly impossible to maintain rever- the Under-20 World Cup.
ential status for 103 years, and the Indy wide to Tim Weah on the left flank. Weah, a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
500, like almost everything in sports, has Serhii Buletsa put Ukraine ahead in the son of former Liberia President and former
had its declines. Huge crowds no longer jam 26th minute. Heorhii Tsitaishvili played a FIFA player of the year George Weah, crossed
INDIANAPOLIS — The
the grandstands to watch qualifying or Carb long pass from before the midfield stripe to into an unmarked Servania, who poked the
Indianapolis 500 was
Day, and the economics of racing and spon- Buletsa. Defender Sergino Best went up ball in with his right foot from 5 yards.
once considered one of Servania made a bow and arrow celebra-
sorship has pared down the entry list. with Buletsa but didn’t get his head on the
the top sporting events tion, was mobbed by teammates, then air
of the year, an iconic, But IndyCar is experiencing a renaissance ball, which bounced toward the net. Buletsa
ran onto the ball and volleyed past goal- sparred with Chris Gloster.
milk-drenched staple of of sorts, and interest in a series largely sup- The U.S. plays Nigeria on Monday and
Memorial Day weekend Simon ported by “The Greatest Spectacle in keeper Brady Scott from 10 yards.
closes the group stage against Qatar on May
filled with patriotism Pagenaud Brandon Servania tied the score six min- 30. The Americans were eliminated in the
and nostalgia, triumph and disappointment. See INDY, Page 18 utes later , capping a series of swift passes. quarterfinals in 2015 and 2017.

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Olson, Canha power A’s past M’s Diamondbacks 18, Giants 2

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OAKLAND — With six home runs


A’s 6, Mariners 2 Giants snakebit
in his last nine games, Mark Canha
is trying to do his best impression
of Oakland teammate Khris Davis.
That’s going to be critical in the
in series opener
By Josh Dubow before unleashing their bats on
coming weeks while Davis contin- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Drew Pomeranz (1-5) and an over-
ues to recover from a sore left hip. matched Giants bullpen.
Canha went deep for the third con- SAN FRANCISCO — This one Ray (4-1) was the beneficiary of
secutive game as part of back-to- felt like the worse loss yet. the big offensive night, allowing
back home runs with Matt Olson in The Arizona Diamondbacks two runs in 5 1/3 innings to win his
the fourth inning, and the A’s beat took out a week of frustrations on fourth straight decision. Ray even
the slumping Seattle Mariners 6-2 San Francisco’s got into the act on the offensive side
on Friday night for their seventh pitching staff. with a two-run single in the third
straight win. Ildemaro Vargas inning for his first hit of the year.
Davis, the majors’ home run leader had five hits He retired 13 in a row at one point
in 2018, was placed on the 10-day and a home run. with eight strikeouts in that span.
injured list with a left hip/oblique Adam Jones Ray had plenty of help. Vargas
contusion before the game. added four hits homered in the first inning and the
D. ROSS CAMERON/USA TODAY SPORTS Diamondbacks turned it into a
“If you’re looking for a replace- Mark Canha hits a solo home run against the Mariners in the fourth inning and a homer.
ment for Khris, that’s the guy,” A’s The result was laugher against reliever Nick
Friday night at the Oakland Coliseum. Vincent with three-run homers by
manager Bob Melvin said of Canha. the highest- Bruce Bochy
“He feels good at the plate, he’s get- and twice in Seattle. and an RBI for Seattle, which has scoring game in Jones in the fifth and Eduardo
ting good swings, seeing some “We’re riding a high right now,” lost four straight and seven of eight. 20 seasons at San Francisco’s Escobar in the sixth inning.
pitches, taking some walks. Really Canha said. “When that happens Olson hit his fifth home run with waterfront ballpark in an 18-2 Ketel Marte added a three-run
good.” you have to ride the wave, and we’re two outs in the fourth, a three-run Giants loss. homer off Derek Holland in the sev-
Stephen Piscotty also homered doing a good job of that.” drive to right-center field. Canha “Occasionally, you’re going to enth, prompting cheers of “Let
and singled twice to extend his on- The A’s combined to issue seven followed with his eighth homer two have a game like this,” manager Pablo Pitch!” from the few fans
base streak to 22 games, the longest walks but only one of the free pass- pitches later. Canha has homered in Bruce Bochy said. “Trust me, remaining who were hoping that
active streak in the majors. Ramon es was costly. The Mariners left the three straight games for the first they’re not fun, especially at home. Giants infielder Pablo Sandoval
Laureano added two hits. bases loaded three times and stranded time in his career. Started out rough, gradually got could get his second appearance on
Lou Trivino, the fourth of five 15 runners overall. “I guess you could say it’s timely,” worse.” the mound this season. But manag-
pitchers used by the A’s, retired four “We did exactly what we wanted do Canha said. “It’s good that I’m like Tyler Austin hit a two-run homer er Bruce Bochy didn’t oblige
batters to win after starter Daniel against Mengden but we couldn’t get filling his shoes, trying to be Khris in the first inning for San because he plans to start Sandoval
Mengden matched his career high the big hit,” Mariners manager Scott Davis now. This is my best version Francisco, his third straight game at third base on Saturday and didn’t
with five walks. Servais said “A lot of really good of it. It always helps when some- with a home run. The Giants man- want him to have a sore arm.
Oakland, which had a game things offensively but you have to body gets on a hot streak.” aged nothing else against Arizona Every member of the
Sunday in Detroit suspended in the get hits with runners in scoring Both home runs came against starter Robbie Ray and fell to 1-4 Diamondbacks’ starting lineup
seventh inning due to weather, beat position and that’s the name of the Wade LeBlanc (2-2), who allowed on the homestand. either scored or drove in a run in
the Mariners for the first time this game.” four runs and five hits in five Arizona had been held to 12 runs Arizona’s highest-scoring game of
season after losing twice in Tokyo Domingo Santana had three hits innings. during a five-game losing streak the season.

warm-up for that travel softball Roseville. “Those are my girls. Aragon has three other Warriors With Aragon matching up

CCS contingent. After the morning


title game in San Jose, the
Warriors’ 18U gold, 16U Gold and
I’m so excited for them.”
Aragon head coach Roger Miller
got an infusion of Warriors play-
on roster: junior outfielder
Shannon Galliano, senior third
baseman Makaila Tuakoi and sen-
against the San Mateo Bearcats in
the Division I semifinals, it pitted
several Warriors against one
Continued from page 13 both 14U teams are slated to open ers this year with the best fresh- ior pitcher Holly Fletcher. another, including both pitchers
their first tournament of the sum- man tandem in the CCS, shortstop Fletcher, a right-hander commit- — Fletcher and Mateo sophomore
mer in Roseville, with the earliest Megan Grant and catcher Liv ted to pitch in the NCAA Division Sage Hager.
After graduating a core of seven start time at 3:30 p.m.
seniors last year, six of whom were DiNardo. Grant leads the CCS with I ranks at University of South In addition to the other Bearcats
starters, Hillsdale underwent a seri- The Warriors will surely have 13 home runs and 50 RBIs, accord- Dakota, will take the ball in who play for the Warriors, their head
ous makeover this season. some latecomers from their ing to MaxPreps.com. DiNardo Saturday’s championship game for coach Alyssa Jepsen used to coach
Aragon contingent. The No. 3- ranks third with 45 RBIs, is tied an Aragon program that has never for the West Bay Warriors. Jepsen
“There’s definitely excitement,” seed Lady Dons (21-6) play for the for seventh with nine homers and won a CCS title, and has only and Kelly McDonald were also team-
Kelly McDonald said. “… I think CCS Division I title against No. 1 it tied for fifth with 47 hits. reached the finals once in 1986. mates at Notre Dame-Belmont for
that put the excitement into per- Watsonville (23-4) at PAL Stadium “It’s a great organization, ” “Holly has had so much experi- three years in the 2000s.
spective that it’s an entirely new at 12:30 p.m. Miller said. “A lot of the girls play ence because she plays the travel The West Bay Warriors also
lineup.” “Absolutely, I will be rooting on all three (varsity teams in San ball in the summer,” Miller said. boast two players in the CCS
Six of the players on the current for them,” Kelly McDonald said, Mateo). There’s such ties … so a “So, she can handle any of the Open Division finals in St.
Hillsdale varsity roster play for even though she won’t be there to lot of the girls that play right now pressure that’s put to her because Francis in freshman Brooke
the West Bay Warriors. And the see it as she plans to be on the for the San Mateo schools, they’re she’s had so much experience Deppiesse and sophomore
CCS championship game is just a road for the two-hour drive to all very close.” doing it.” Lyndzey Allard.
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Blazers coach Stotts signs NBA brief


Raptors one-and-done gamble extension through 2021-22 terms were not released.
PORTLAND, Ore. — The
now on the verge of paying off Portland Trail Blazers have formal-
ly announced that coach Terry
Stotts, Portland’s coach since
2012, led the team to its first
appearance in the Western

T
his is what the Toronto new team the sort of playoff Stotts signed a contract extension Conference finals in 19 years. The
Raptors had in mind all bravado it never had before. through the 2021-22 season. Blazers finished the regular season
along. When the Raptors lost their very The extension was first revealed 53-29 to secure the third seed then
When they went all-in with the first game of the postseason at the day after the Trail Blazers were got past Oklahoma City and
trade for Kawhi Leonard, they knew home to lowly Orlando, Leonard eliminated from the postseason by Denver in the opening rounds of
his time in the Great North was wouldn’t let them fold. the Golden State Warriors, but the playoffs.
likely to be short. When the Raptors fell behind the
But this one-and-done gamble swaggering young 76ers in the sec-
Bob Myers, (owner) Joe Lacob and
will certainly be worth it if Leonard
can lift his team to five more wins.
Don’t bet against him.
Leonard is playing better than
ond round, Leonard wouldn’t let
them fold.
When the Raptors dropped the
first two games in Milwaukee, JOHN E. SOKOLOWSKI/USA TODAY
DUBS the coaching staff a lot of credit.
There are a lot of teams that win a
championship and kind of reward
anyone on the planet at the Leonard wouldn’t let them fold. Kawhi Leonard is averaging 31.4 Continued from page 13 the whole roster, then they end up
moment, essentially taking the Through 17 games this postsea- points per game in the playoffs. two-three years down the track and
Raptors on his sturdy shoulders and son, he is averaging 31.4 points tense and emotional, but failed to end up in a bit of a hole. Whereas
The finished off Portland without this is a great run for a franchise that
carrying them to the brink of the and 8.4 rebounds while shooting change his mind. Andre Iguodala, another finals MVP
first trip to the NBA Finals in fran- just over 51 percent from the field. Leonard didn’t play again for the will end up as one of the all-time
who sat out Game 4 with an injury. greats.”
chise history. Leonard already hit a series-win- Spurs. While the Bucks and Raptors are
After falling behind 0-2 against ning shot for the ages in Game 7 Reeling from another postseason slugging it out in the East, the The Warriors enjoy playing
the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks, against Philadelphia, the one that flop, Raptors President Masai Ujiri Warriors are rehabbing. together and with so many selfless
Team bounced around the rim four times decided to make the boldest move stars and a deep bench they are
“I hope it doesn’t go unnoticed or
Kawhi has before dropping through, but that in the franchise’s nearly quarter- rarely out of any game.
underrated. Five straight finals has-
won three now seems like just a prelude to century of existence. Even though That doesn’t mean it has been
n’t been done since the 60s, since
straight to even bigger things. they posted the best record in the easy, especially with the constant
Bill Russell’s Celtics,” fifth-year
set up a The Bucks had no answer for Eastern Conference last season free agency chatter this season.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
possible Leonard in their latest setback, with a franchise-record 59 victo- Durant is an impending free agent
“Hasn’t been done for a reason: It’s
clinching watching helplessly as he scored ries, none of it mattered when they and the basketball world continues
really, really difficult. I just can’t
game at 35 points, dished out nine assists, were swept out of the playoffs in to speculate on his next move.
say enough about the competitive
home on snatched seven rebounds and forced the second round by King James Thompson’s future with the
desire about the group of players
Saturday a couple of steals — all while turn- and the Cavaliers. Warriors is unclear as well, while
that we have here and the culture
night. ing the ball over just a single time Leonard had only one year left on Green is signed through next sea-
that they have built together, play-
“I’m in in Toronto’s 105-99 victory. his contract and was sure to test free son.
ing together regardless of injury.”
PAUL the “He gets stronger as the fourth agency. But Toronto couldn’t stand Each Warriors run has been “We know that these runs don’t
moment (quarter) wears on,” Raptors pat any longer, handing over popu-
NEWBERRY right now,” coach Nick Nurse said. “He wants lar leading scorer DeMar DeRozan
unique. When they won in 2015 it
was the first title for the franchise
last forever, and obviously there are
so many questions and things that
Leonard the ball, and he wants to make and a first-round pick to the Spurs. could possibly happen with this
in 40 years.
said after another dazzling perform- the plays, and he seems to be It was a steep price to pay for team this summer,” Green said. “So
making the right play for the LeBron James and the Cleveland
ance in Game 5. what may be only “One Dance” want to try to take advantage of this
Cavaliers derailed them in 2016,
Indeed, these are the moments he most part. You’re almost shocked (sorry about that, Drake). opportunity and make the most of
but the Warriors bounced back in
lives for, essentially treating the when he pulls up at 15 feet and it In the end, no matter where it, and deal with the things that
2017 with a dominant 16-1 record
regular season as a six-month tune- doesn’t go in.” Leonard ends up next season, it come after whenever those things
during the postseason.
up for the games that really matter. More important, Leonard is mak- might go down as one of the NBA’s arrive, but right now we’re focused
When he captured his first title Last year, Golden State joined
ing everyone around him better. greatest bargains. on the task at hand and try to do
with the San Antonio Spurs back in Russell’s Celtics, Michael Jordan’s
“He’s playing at both ends,” Leonard has reclaimed his right- something that hasn’t been done in
2014, he was MVP of the NBA Chicago Bulls and trio of Lakers
Nurse said. “It really gives the ful place as one of the league’s best a long time, or many times.”
Finals against Miami’s Big Three teams — including George Mikan
rest of the guys a lot of confi- players, guaranteeing himself a The Warriors are aware of the
of LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and company in the 1950s, Magic
dence when you’ve got a guy massive payday. dynasty talk, but aren’t labeling
and Chris Bosh. Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
playing like that.” The Raptors have their best shot themselves. They have consistent-
Of course, Leonard had a nasty in the ‘80s, and Shaquille O’Neal
Leonard arrived in Toronto look- ever at that elusive ring, needing ly said their focus is the task of rais-
falling-out with Gregg Popovich and Kobe Bryant nearly 20 years
ing to put some salve on his repu- one more win to earn a spot in the ing another banner in the final sea-
and the Spurs, forcing a trade that ago — as the only franchises in
tation after that ugly divorce in San finals against the two-time defend- son at Oracle Arena before the fran-
landed him in Toronto last summer. NBA history to capture three cham-
Antonio. ing champion Warriors. chise moves into Chase Center in
Now, after navigating a regular pionships in four years.
He sparred with coaches, team- “It’s a great opportunity,” he San Francisco to begin 2019-20.
season in which his workload “When I was here the first time,
mates and the medical staff over a said. “Just come in, have fun, try
was tightly monitored, a tactic they rebuilt and retooled,” said “I don’t think in those terms. It’s
quadriceps injury, seeking out a to execute the best I can and play
that some critics felt was the Andrew Bogut, a member of the just every opportunity we have to
second opinion from his own doc- confident, and whatever happens
Raptors’ way of trying to keep 2015 title team before rejoining the play, these are big moments, big
tors after the Spurs cleared him to after that is what happens. I
Leonard happy and boost their Warriors in March. games,” Curry said, “and the con-
return to the court. His fate was know that I put the work in. I can
chances of re-signing him this essentially sealed after reports of a live with the results because I’m “They didn’t just sit on their text of what this five-year run has
summer, he has fought through a players-only meeting in the final having fun and I’m putting my hands thinking it was going to last been and all that stuff doesn’t really
nagging leg injury to give his weeks of the regular season turned all out on the floor.” forever. They freed up cap space, dominate my mind when we’re out
you have to give (general manager) there competing.”

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LPGA brief
Federer returns to French Open after 3-year absence
By Samuel Petrequin Grand Slam with his only with his right leg but gave reassuring news
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS title at Roland Garros, a about his fitness on Friday.
victory he said was “one “Being healthy is really key at this stage
PARIS — When Roger Federer played his of the greatest moments of my career and the last time I was really
first match at Roland Garros the domestic in (his) life.” badly injured was Montreal two years ago,”
currency was francs rather than euros, Steffi “A lot of things have he said. “I’m very happy how my body has
Graf was about to claim a sixth French Open changed,” Federer said, been.”
title and few had heard of the young Swiss gazing at the new inter- Federer’s favorite Grand Slam tournament
player who would go on to become a tennis view room set up in the has always been Wimbledon, where the quick
KELVIN KUO/USA TODAY SPORTS great. Roger Federer temporary press center. grass surface perfectly suits his attacking
Michelle Wie at the ANA Inspiration in April. It was 20 years ago when the teenage Organizers have launched style. But after a few days of practice in the
Federer made his Paris debut and lost in four a major overhaul of the facilities and trans- French capital, he feels ready for the Parisian
Wie withdraws from US Women’s Open sets to the experienced Australian Pat Rafter. formed the site with more space and new clay.
Michelle Wie has withdrawn from next “I was really happy to play against Rafter, courts. “I have been able to train hard enough, and
week’s U.S. Women’s Open to continue her who was one of the most popular players on “This is the first time I’m in this room. I’ve also had the necessary tough matches in
recovery from a hand injury. the tour,” Federer recalled on Friday. “It was Center court looks very different. Still, I feel Madrid and Rome,” he said. “I really feel like
Wie announced her decision Friday on great being able to play him on the Suzanne it is the old Roland Garros. It’s kept its flair playing under pressure and playing with
social media, saying that while she’s making Lenglen Court rather than on Court 23. and everything. I’m very happy to be back. nerves was important for me, so I feel totally
progress, she needs to take more time off. The “My memories go way back. I remember Maybe a tiny bit more because I have missed ready.”
29-year-old says it is a difficult decision vividly the Martina Hingis-Steffi Graf (final the last three editions, and when you miss The 37-year-old starts his campaign
because the tournament at the Country Club of that year) because Martina was basically my something in life, you’re happy to be back against Lorenzo Sonego of Italy, a quarterfi-
Charleston was one she had looked forward to age and was doing things and I didn’t know there again.” nalist in Monte Carlo last month. Asked
playing in, but she noted that her “recovery how she did it. But at a young age while I was Hampered by injuries and focused on whether he thought he could win the title
and health is the priority.” She won the 2014 still in diapers,” he joked. “My memories go Wimbledon, Federer skipped the clay-court again, Federer gave a cautious answer.
U.S Women’s Open at Pinehurst. to that and to Jim Courier winning the circuit in 2017 and 2018. He came back on “Don’t know. A bit of a question mark for
Wie played in the Honda LPGA Thailand in French Open (1991-92).” the slow surface this season and reached the me,” he said. “I feel like I’m playing good ten-
February, then withdrew from the HSBC A lot of things have happened since 1999 quarterfinals in Madrid and Rome. nis, but is it enough against the absolute top
Women’s World Championship a week later for the elegant Federer, who has amassed 20 In Madrid, he held two match points guys when it really comes to the crunch? I’m
with pain in her hand. She missed the cut at Grand Slam crowns and collected his 101st against Dominic Thiem before losing, and not sure if it’s in my racket, you know. But I
the ANA Inspiration and LOTTE career title earlier this season. saved two match points in Rome against hope I can get myself in that position deep
Championship events in April. After a three-year hiatus, he is back in Borna Coric to reach the quarterfinals. He down in the tournament against the top guys.”
Wie has not played since. Paris, 10 years after completing a career then withdrew because of a small problem The French Open starts on Sunday.

Judge dismisses 3 of 4 lawyers in NFL concussion case


By Maryclaire Dale fraud alleged by the NFL as the more than $1 motions and in camera (chambers), factual Seeger, in a statement, vowed to “continue
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS billion settlement fund is disbursed. arguments from the NFL that have been to fight on behalf of former players and their
She has named New York lawyer Christopher exaggerated and intended to limit their obli- families to ensure that they receive every ben-
PHILADELPHIA — The federal judge over- Seeger as the only attorney left who can handle gations to the players,” Locks said. efit they deserve under the settlement.”
seeing the $1 billion NFL concussion set- issues on behalf of the 20,000-member class. He said the order Friday is in keeping with Lawyers involved in the long-running case
tlement has terminated three of four lawyers Outgoing class counsel Gene Locks tells Brody’s denial of repeated motions filed by are meanwhile splitting more than $112 mil-
serving as class counsel. The Associated Press the order Friday “extin- anyone other than Seeger. lion in fees, with the lion’s share going to
The surprise order Friday afternoon comes guishes any remaining hope” that clients will “At this point, (it) extinguishes any Seeger’s firm. He was not one of the first to
just weeks after a hearing to air complaints be protected as they move through the con- remaining hope that the individual interests bring suit against the NFL, but became a lead
about new rules that limit the doctors who tentious medical testing and award process. of the class members will be adequately pro- lawyer in the secret negotiations that led to a
can evaluate retired players for dementia and He told Brody at a hearing this month that tected,” Locks told the AP. surprise 2013 settlement.
other brain injuries. there aren’t enough qualified neurologists, neu-
Senior U.S. District Judge Anita Brody ropsychologists and subspecialists taking part
says she imposed the 150-miles-from-home in the program to meet the close-to-home rule.
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“It’s a big missed opportunity. It happening in IndyCar, the races

SATURDAY
CCS baseball
WHAT’S ON TAP
No. 3 Aragon (21-6) vs No. 1 Watsonville (23-4) at
PAL Stadium-San Jose, 12:30 p.m.
INDY clearly says, ‘This isn’t some-
thing you show up and can easily
do,”’ said Mark Miles, CEO of
are shorter (than NASCAR), we
have diversity across the field,
people are racing (from) different
Open Division championship game Continued from page 14 Hulman & Co. , which owns countries, and to me, I think we’re
7 p.m. at Municipal Stadium-San Jose Division II championship IndyCar, the Indy 500 and the on a good ride,” he said.
No. 3 Hillsdale (17-7) vs No. 5 Pioneer (14-11) at PAL
Division I championship game Stadium-San Jose, 10 a.m. speedway. “So it says: This is The 103rd running of the 500 is
4 p.m. at Municipal Stadium-San Jose Racing” is slowly returning. The complicated, this is hard.” especially rich on story lines.
Track and field hype has certainly been high at
CCS softball The Indy 500 will still draw at Chevrolet has had more speed
Open Division championship State meet at Buchanan High School-Clovis Indianapolis Motor Speedway this
Finals least 250,000 people — more if than Honda and swept the top four
3 p.m. at PAL Stadium-San Jose year, where a strong infield crowd
Field events, 4:30 p.m. Sunday’s forecast didn’t call for spots in qualifying with Pagenaud
attended practice days and large
Division I championship Track events, 6 p.m. rain — and those who show will be followed by the trio from Ed
groups of teens roamed the
treated to a true spectacle in the Carpenter Racing. The highest-
grounds as part of school field
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE trips.
push to drink the victory lane starting Honda driver is rookie
milk. IndyCar, slow in rebuilding, Colton Herta, who became
East Division East Division The race itself, which will broad-
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB is on the up, and drivers argue the IndyCar’s youngest winner earlier
New York 32 17 .653 — Philadelphia 30 21 .588 — cast for the first time by NBC, on-track product is better than this year just days before his 19th
Tampa Bay 29 19 .604 2 1/2 Atlanta 29 23 .558 1 1/2 could be a good one. Qualifying anything else out there. birthday.
Boston 27 24 .529 6 New York 24 26 .480 5 1/2
Toronto 20 31 .392 13 Washington 20 31 .392 10 for Sunday’s race produced the “It’s the most competitive rac- The son of former IndyCar driver
Baltimore 15 36 .294 18 Miami 16 32 .333 12 1/2 tightest Indy 500 field in history ing series in the world. It’s the Bryan Herta has been spectacular
Central Division Central Division with only 1. 8 mph separating tightest,” said Alexander Rossi, around Indianapolis — he drives
Minnesota 34 16 .680 — Chicago 29 20 .592 — pole sitter Simon Pagenaud at the 2016 Indy 500 champion as a for Harding Steinbrenner Racing,
Cleveland 26 24 .520 8 Milwaukee 29 23 .558 1 1/2
Chicago 23 27 .460 11 Pittsburgh 25 23 .521 3 1/2
229.992 mph from Pippa Mann, rookie after he flamed out in a team partially owned by the
Detroit 19 29 .396 14 St. Louis 25 25 .500 4 1/2 the slowest qualifier at 227.224. Formula One. “On any weekend, grandson of late New York Yankees
Kansas City 17 32 .347 16 1/2 Cincinnati 23 27 .460 6 1/2
There were 36 entrants, which you have no idea who is going to owner George S teinbrenner — and
West Division meant three drivers would not win the race.”
Houston 34 18 .654 —
West Division is a legitimate contender.
Los Angeles 33 18 .647 —
Texas 25 23 .521 7 San Diego 27 24 .529 6 make the field, and once-proud IndyCar has had five different The Herta entry has an alliance
A’s 26 25 .510 7 1/2 Arizona 26 25 .510 7 McLaren was humiliated to miss winners through its first five races with Andretti Autosport, which has
Angels 22 28 .440 11 Colorado 23 26 .469 9
Seattle 23 30 .434 11 1/2 Giants 21 29 .420 11 1/2
the race with superstar Fernando this year, but Pagenaud might be been a bit under the radar during the
Alonso. The two-time Formula the first repeat winner. He’s the month of May. Rossi is probably
Friday’s Games Friday’s Games One champion nearly salvaged
N.Y.Yankees at Kansas City,ppd. Cincinnati 6, Chicago Cubs 5
favorite to repeat his win from two the strongest of the Andretti
San Diego 6,Toronto 3 L.A. Dodgers 10, Pittsburgh 2 McLaren’s mortifying return to weeks ago on Indy’s road course. group, but Conor Daly, in a fifth
Cleveland 3,Tampa Bay 1 Washington 12, Miami 10 Indianapolis when he gallantly His job with Roger Penske is on entry, has been fast in the best car
Detroit 9,N.Y.Mets 8 San Diego 6, Toronto 3
Minnesota 11,ChicagoWhite Sox 4 Detroit 9, N.Y. Mets 8 held it wide open for four desperate the line — Pagenaud knows it — of his life. Daly doesn’t have a sin-
Houston 4,Boston 3 Philadelphia 6, Milwaukee 4 laps in an overhauled car worked but he is on the pole Sunday and gle race planned after Sunday, and
Colorado 8,Baltimore 6 Atlanta 5, St. Louis 2
Oakland 6,Seattle 2 Colorado 8, Baltimore 6
on until the very last moment. The Penske could not be more pleased. he needs a huge payday to get back
Texas 4,Angels 3 Arizona 18, San Francisco 2 car did not have the right gear ratio The venerable owner, celebrat- in a car this season.
Saturday’s Games Saturday’s Games on a run that should have gotten
ChiSox (Banuelos 2-3) atTwins (Gibson 4-2),11:10 a.m. Reds (Mahle 1-5) at Cubs (Darvish 2-3), 11:20 a.m.
ing the 50th anniversary of his Chip Ganassi Racing has also
NYY (Happ 3-3) at Kansas City (Duffy 3-1),11:15 a.m. San Diego (Quantrill 0-2) at Jays (Jackson 0-1),12:07 p.m. Alonso into the 33-car field, and first Indy 500, is going for his been quiet. Five-time series champ
San Diego (Quantrill 0-2) at Jays (Jackson 0-1),12:07 p.m. Arizona (Clarke 0-1) at SF (Suarez 0-1), 1:05 p.m. mighty McLaren was bumped by 18th win in the showcase race. He Scott Dixon starts 18th but rookie
Seattle (Kikuchi 3-1) at Oakland (Fiers 3-3),1:07 p.m. Miami (Alcantara 2-4) at Nats (Corbin 4-2), 1:05 p.m.
Detroit (TBD) at N.Y.Mets (Vargas 1-2),1:10 p.m. Detroit (TBD) at N.Y. Mets (Vargas 1-2), 1:10 p.m.
tiny Juncos Racing and young is Pageanud’s biggest fan, even as Felix Rosenqvist struggled to
Rays (Morton 4-0) at Cleveland (Carrasco 4-4),1:10 p.m. Phils (Arrieta 4-4) at Milwaukee (Chacin 3-5),1:10 p.m. American driver Kyle Kaiser. Team Penske goes into the race qualify after the Swede was rattled
Boston (Price 2-2) at Houston (Peacock 5-2),4:15 p.m. Atlanta (Soroka 5-1) at St. L (Hudson 3-3), 4:15 p.m.
Baltimore (Cashner 4-2) at Rox (Freeland 2-5),6:10 p.m. L.A. (Ryu 6-1) at Pittsburgh (Musgrove 3-4), 4:15 p.m. The result is Kaiser, winner of with a quartet of cars capable of by a crash in practice.
Texas (Minor 5-3) at Angels (Skaggs 4-4),7:07 p.m. Baltimore (Cashner 4-2) at Rox (Freeland 2-5),6:10 p.m. nothing of national note, and winning. Along with Pagenaud the Honda has a few other promising
Sunday’s Games Sunday’s Games team has defending winner Will
San Diego atToronto,10:07 a.m. San Diego at Toronto, 10:07 a.m. Mann, driving for the Clauson- candidates in Sebastien Bourdais,
Detroit at N.Y.Mets,10:10 a.m. Detroit at N.Y. Mets, 10:10 a.m. Marshall team that races sprint Power, three-time winner Helio driving a new car purchased specifi-
Tampa Bay at Cleveland,10:10 a.m. L.A. Dodgers at Pittsburgh, 10:35 a.m. cars the rest of the year, are in the Castroneves and former series cally for this race by Jimmy Vasser
Boston at Houston,11:10 a.m. Miami at Washington, 10:35 a.m.
ChicagoWhite Sox at Minnesota,11:10 a.m. Philadelphia at Milwaukee, 11:10 a.m. race. Alonso, needing the Indy 500 champion Josef Newgarden. and James Sullivan, as well as Oriol
N.Y.Yankees at Kansas City,11:15 a.m. Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs, 11:20 a.m. to complete his quest of the Triple Penske is bullish on everything Servia, the oldest driver in the field
Baltimore at Colorado,12:10 p.m. Baltimore at Colorado, 12:10 p.m.
Seattle at Oakland,1:07 p.m. Arizona at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m. Crown, and an actual Formula One right now, especially IndyCar. at 44 and the final entrant announced
Texas at Angels,1:07 p.m. Atlanta at St. Louis, 4:05 p.m. team went back to Europe. “I think the good thing that’s the night before opening day.
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‘Woody Sez’
Depression Era
look at folk artist
Woody Guthrie
SEE PAGE 20

MARVEL.COM
Marvel is teaming up its greatest Asian and
Asian American heroes for new comic series
‘Agents of Atlas.’

Stormtroopers will serve as ushers for fans who go over the four-hour time limit of Disneyland’s Star Wars-themed,‘Galaxy’s Edge.’
Asian heroes to
power a new
‘Move along’: Stormtroopers Marvel series
ready for ‘Galaxy’s’ crowds By Terry Tang
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Asian superheroes — assemble.


Marvel Comics is giving ink to an
Early visitors to Disneyland’s new Star Wars land will face four-hour time limit unprecedented team-up of its mightiest
Asian and Asian American heroes, also
By Jonathan Landrum Jr. A special wristband will identify a visi- can roam the ship’s halls and engage in a known as the new Agents of Atlas.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tor’s time window, and once it expires, dogfight with TIE Fighters. Established icons like martial arts master
Disney said it will shut off access to key The park has plenty of other, more subtle Shang-Chi and newbies like Wave, the
attractions and merchandise locations. Park ways to manage crowd flow. Theiler said newest Filipino superhero, will team up in
LOS ANGELES — Disneyland’s new a stand-alone, five-part comic book series
Galaxy’s Edge attraction promises to trans- employees dressed as Star Wars characters walkways were widened from 3 to about 6
will ultimately ask visitors to make their feet in different areas, and stroller parking starting this summer, the publishing giant
port visitors to a new locale in the Star Wars told the Associated Press Thursday.
universe, but any who overstay their visit way toward one of the three exits so a new is available. Around 7,500 new parking
group can enter. spaces along with new parking lot The roster of 10 super-powered pan-Asian
might not catch their ride on the champions made their debut as a team earli-
Millennium Falcon. “There might be some First Order officers entrances and toll booths were added. A new
out there helping us or maybe some pedestrian bridge was also built to help er this month in “The War of the Realms:
The theme park is expecting massive avoid logjams. New Agents of Atlas.” That comic book is
crowds when Galaxy’s Edge opens May 31, Stormtroopers asking people to move
along,” said Kris Theiler, vice president of Disneyland declined to share the capacity one piece of an ongoing saga involving
and has detailed plans on how to accommo- limit for Galaxy’s Edge. several different groups across the Marvel
date guests or help them “move along” with Disneyland park. “We’ll employ the First
Order maybe later in the reservation period The park will implement a virtual queue universe, including the Avengers, doing
the aid of Stormtroopers. system after June 23, when the pre-reserva- battle with a fire goddess. But the exclu-
For the first three weeks, guests must have if we need to.”
tion requirement and four-hour time limit are sively Asian limited series is set to roll out
a reservation to enter and will be limited to It’s just one example of the lengths to in August.
which Disney has gone to make Galaxy’s set to expire.
four hours inside the immersive new land, The virtual queue will be offered inside The man leading the heroic charge is vet-
the largest single-theme land inside a Edge look and feel like part of the Star Wars eran comic book writer Greg Pak. Pak is
universe. It’s designed as a grungy outpost Disneyland only for visitors to reserve a
Disney park. It is spread out over 14 acres of spot to enter the Star Wars attraction, and is credited with ushering in a new era of Asian
rides and experiences, including shops sell- on a distant planet. characters in co-creating Amadeus Cho, a
intended to alleviate long lines. Updates
ing personal droids, lightsabers, and Star The marquee attraction is a massive repli-
Wars-appropriate food and drink. ca of the Millennium Falcon, where guests See GALAXY, Page 22 See MARVEL, Page 21

Review: Cate Le Bon


gets reflective on her
new album ‘Reward’
By Jake O’Connell discord” — acts not only as a motif but
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS speaks to the subtle depth that lies within.
From there, a subdued saxophone flirts with
a flared synth and Le Bon’s pillow-y har-
On her fifth solo album, Welsh eccentric monies. Her voice is both expressive and
performer Cate Le Bon continues to expand airy and her accent accentuated when she
her own enchanted musical realm. “Reward” sings.
is a touch more direct than past releases but On “The Light,” Le Bon discloses “I don’t
shares the same subversive grace. IVANA KLIčKOVIć
The record’s first line — “decorate the new See REVIEW, Page 22 Cate Le Bon’s new release ‘Reward’ is her fifth solo and her first since 2016’s ‘Crab Day.’
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Center Rep honors Guthrie with ‘Woody Sez’ Are cats social?
I
By Judy Richter n the common clichés, dogs are fawning creatures need-
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT ing constant social interaction while cats are independ-
ent and aloof. The most generous thing one can say
When the name Woody Guthrie comes up, people proba- about both characterizations is that they are gross generaliza-
bly associate him with his most popular song, “This Land tions not supported when one observes
Is Your Land,” and perhaps his son Arlo Guthrie. many individual animals. Better, in
However, he was much more than that, as shown in fact, to say both statements are poppy-
“Woody Sez: The Life & Music of Woody Guthrie,” present- cock (a word you just don’t get to use
ed by Center Repertory Company. often enough!). 
This musical biography with its dozens of songs looks at Are cats social? There are a gazillion
the tragedies in his life and the destitution that led to voic- cats on the planet (OK, not an exact
ing his activism through his music. count but you get the point), and their
Some people considered him a radical, especially given behaviors, interests, needs and wants
his allegiance to communism, but he had seen the despair of vary as greatly as do, say, those of you
people during the Depression and the Dust Bowl days. and all the other humans you know. Of
the several dozen cats who’ve allowed
Born in Oklahoma in 1912, he lost homes and his sister
me to share their home over the years,
because of fires. It’s gradually implied that they were set by
here’s a few thumbnail sketches. Lilly loved me to despera-
his mother, who died of debilitating Huntington’s disease
tion (and I her), along with the other cats and dogs at home,
when he was 14.
and barely tolerated my wife (even though she was the one
Before long, he was a wanderer, finding work wherever he who rescued this stray kitten from a trap and fed her for her
could and singing his songs. long and happy life). Sniff adored Carolyn, ignored (pretty
One of the most vivid scenes in the show, joined with nose in the air) all other living creatures in our home, and lit-
“Talkin’ Dust Bowl” and “Dust Storm Disaster,” culminates erally pooped in my arms the one time I was able to lift her
in the unprecedented April 1935 dust storm that caused him without getting bitten. Tsimmes loved us both, welcomed
CENTEREP.ORG
to join thousands of other Oklahomans on the arduous trek new cats and kittens, dogs and puppies, dinner guests and
‘Woody Sez’ chronicles the life and times of folk artist
See GUTHRIE, Page 21 Woody Guthrie. dishwasher repair people with purrs and full body rubs, never
waiting for an introduction.
Dogs ancestors hunted in packs (as do most wild canids
still today) while the ancestors of our house cats hunted solo
(both solo and community hunting are found in wild felids).
It’s likely that this is the source of the myth that cats want
nothing to do with either us or others of their own kind; that
casual disregard is the most one can expect from a pet cat.
While it is true that you can’t likely convince eight cats to
team up and pull a sled through the snow, it’s also true that
cats are individuals, and just like individual people they are
not hard-wired to be solitary creatures. Rather, that unique
mix of nature and nurture, of genes and experiences, helps
mold feline (and dog and human) clay into each unique indi-
vidual.

Ken White is the president of the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA.

Entertainment brief
Theme park to star ’Hunger Games,’ ’Twilight’
LOS ANGELES — Some of Lionsgate’s most popular film fran-
chises from “Hunger Games” to “Twilight” will be brought to life
when the studio opens what it calls the world’s first vertical
theme park in China this summer.
Lionsgate Entertainment World will offer several adventures
including a virtual reality motorcycle ride based on “Twilight,” a
maximum-security prison breakout like in “Escape Plan” and a
replica of The Capitol lobby from “Hunger Games,” complete
with shops where guests can fashion themselves in the film’s dis-
tinctive couture.
More than 25 rides and virtual reality experiences will pack a
sleek, futuristic looking bean-shaped building that stands 10 sto-
ries high. The theme park, which will also include attractions
based on films such as “Divergent,” “Now You See Me” and “Gods
of Egypt,” is scheduled to open in July.

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Expires June 30, 2019.
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Parker and artists Nico Leon and Carlo Pagulayan. In the

GUTHRIE
Continued from page 20
MARVEL
Continued from page 19
series, the do-gooders find that someone has flipped a
switch and created a “cross-Asian portal city” called Pan. In
Pan, Asian neighborhoods get geographically scrambled
and then stitched together into one city. So, the streets of
Tokyo could be next to neighborhoods from Honolulu,
to California. Korean American genius teen. The character first appeared Manila and some of Marvel’s fictitious Asian countries.
This is followed by the desperation of hundreds of in 2005. A decade later, he absorbed the Hulk’s powers and
migrants waiting to pick fruit while the company store started going by Brawn. Filipino American Loren Javier, 50, discusses Marvel
granted them credit that took away their cars and other “It’s always been my dream to do a team book using a comics on his “Castles, Capes & Clones” blog and pod-
belongings. bunch of Asian and Asian American heroes,” said Pak, who cast. There were few Asian characters in the lexicon he
Much more transpires with three marriages, the deaths of thinks there’s more appetite for representation with the could look up to as a child, and many were often stereotypi-
some of his eight children and his own death from success of the movie “Crazy Rich cal mystics or man-servants.
Huntington’s in 1967. Asians.” “There’s literally never been a “I love Marvel but I didn’t necessarily see myself in the
This show was devised by music director David M. Lutken better time in my memory with more comics,” said Javier, who recalls being teased by a class-
with director Nick Corley, Darcie Deaville, Helen J. Russell opportunities for doing work that specif- mate who called him “the enemy.”
and Andy Teirstein. ically includes Asian and Asian American
Lutken takes on the role of Guthrie while Deaville, Megan characters.” “Now, finally, I think about kids who are reading this
Loomis and David Finch assume others. These multi-talent- The decades-old character of Agent new generation of comics and heroes and getting to see
ed musicians play an array of acoustic instruments such as Jimmy Woo (portrayed by Randall Park themselves a little bit more,” Javier said. “It’s very power-
guitar, fiddle, bass, banjo, harmonica and even spoons. in last year’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp” ful.”
Running about two hours with one intermission, the movie) leads the pack as head of the Charlie Kirihara, who is half Japanese and half white,
Greg Pak revived secret protection society Atlas.
entertaining, informative “Woody Sez” will continue was thrilled by “New Agents of Atlas” and tweeted at Pak
through June 23 at the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Others getting in on the action include Brawn and Cindy and Marvel pleading for more content.
Civic Drive, Walnut Creek. Moon, who is the Korean American web-shooter Silk.
Sunday matinees will be followed by free hootenannies. Other recruits have only previously been seen in Marvel Kirihara, 26, said it was a welcome change to see charac-
video games or web comics only available in Asian coun- ters that represented Asian and American cultures in “The
For tick ets and more information, call (925) 943-7469 or tries. Among them is Korea-born Luna Snow a.k.a. Seol War of the Realms.”
v isit centerrep.org. Hee, a K-pop star who can manipulate frozen elements. “I read through the book and realized that was the first
There’s also Aero and Sword Master, the products of cre- time I’ve read a comic book that was all these Asian charac-
atives in China. Besides crime-fighting, the group will ters and that wasn’t manga written in Japan,” Kirihara said,
spend time doing things like eating dim sum or singing referring to a genre of comics or graphic novels. “I want to
karaoke. see it have legs beyond this storyline.”
“That kind of diversity within diversity is amazing,” said
Pak, who is half-Korean and half-white. “No one character That’s Pak’s wish as well. But it depends on how Marvel
here has to represent all Asian-ness or Asian American- finds the fan response.
ness. That’s a ridiculous demand for any character.” “If people buy the heck out of it, I’m happy to keep writ-
The rest of the “Atlas” creative team includes writer Jeff ing them,” Pak said.
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GALAXY
Continued from page 19 Judge blocks Trump from
will be available through the Disneyland app or a kiosk in
the park.
“We believe that we can get a lot of folks through the
land, and the wait won’t be unmanageable,” Theiler said.
Theiler said Disneyland has learned from its other attrac-
tions, such as It’s a Small World, Dumbo and Matterhorn
Bobsled, how to manage crowds.
building sections of wall
By Daisy Nguyen Congress set aside $1.375 billion to extend or replace
“Many of these attractions were built in the ‘50s,” she THE ASSOCIATED PRESS existing barriers in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley, the busiest
said. “We didn’t have the volume back then that we do today. corridor for illegal crossings.
We’ve gotten into the practice of utilizing walkway space. SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge blocked on Friday Trump grudgingly accepted the money, but then declared
We really want to make sure from a guest perspective that President Donald Trump from building sections of his long- the national emergency to siphon money from other gov-
we’re ready to go. We’ve been doing a lot of infrastructure sought border wall with money secured under his declaration ernment accounts because he wanted to spend $8 billion on
work the last couple years.” of a national emergency. wall construction. The funds include $3.6 billion from mil-
Even before Galaxy’s Edge opens, Disneyland was the U.S. District Judge Haywood Gilliam, Jr., on Friday itary construction funds, $2. 5 billion from Defense
second most popular theme park in the world last year with immediately halted the administration’s efforts to redirect Department counterdrug activities and $600 million from
18.6 million visitors. It is second only to Disney World in military-designated funds for wall construction. His order the Treasury Department’s asset forfeiture fund.
Florida, where a version of Galaxy’s Edge is scheduled to applies to two high-priority projects to replace 51 miles The president’s adversaries say the emergency declaration
open Aug. 29. (82 kilometers) of fence in two areas on the Mexican border. was an illegal attempt to ignore Congress, which author-
Theiler said Disneyland also wants to create a fun and safe Gilliam issued the ruling after hearing arguments last ized far less wall spending than Trump wanted.
environment for visitors who might want to partake in a week in two cases. California and 19 other states brought “We welcome the court’s decision to block Trump’s
lightsaber battle or let their personal droid roam. Activities one lawsuit; the Sierra Club and a coalition of communities attempts to sidestep Congress to build deadly walls that
like that will be monitored on a case-by-case basis, she along the border brought the other. His ruling was the first would hurt communities living at the border, endanger
said. of several lawsuits against Trump’s controversial decision wildlife, and have damaging impacts on the environment,”
“If everyone’s having fun and no safety issues, we’re to bypass the normal appropriations process to pay for his said Andrea Guerrero, a member of the Southern Border
going to let people do that,” she said. “But if we start feel- long-sought wall. Communities Coalition.
ing like that’s interfering with other guest experiences or Gilliam, an appointee of President Barack Obama, said The administration said Trump was protecting national
other safety issues, then we’ll have a gentle conversation the plaintiffs were likely to succeed on arguments that the security as unprecedented numbers of Central American asy-
with that group.” president was wrongly ignoring Congress’ wishes. lum-seeking families arrive at the U.S. border.
“Congress’s ‘absolute’ control over federal expendi- It wasn’t a total defeat for the administration.
tures—even when that control may frustrate the desires of Gilliam rejected a request by the 20 states to block use of

REVIEW
Continued from page 19
the Executive Branch regarding initiatives it views as
important—is not a bug in our constitutional system. It is
a feature of that system, and an essential one,” he wrote in
his 56-page opinion.
Treasury asset forfeiture funds for border wall construction.
The states argued that Trump skirted environmental impact
reviews but the judge said they were unlikely to prevail on
that point.
A judge in Washington, D.C., is hearing a similar chal- The administration has said it plans to use the Treasury
need the poetry” but her introspection doesn’t agree. Even lenge brought by the U.S. House of Representatives that money to extend barriers in the Rio Grande Valley.
when just “mouthing the words” about “half-used” inten- argued the money shifting violates the constitution. The The courtroom showdowns come amid a flurry of activity
tions, a state of “occasional bloom” is depicted. judge was weighing whether the lawmakers even had the to accelerate wall construction.
At times she seems impenetrable, at others an aching vul- ability to sue the president instead of working through The preliminary injunction applies to the two highest-
nerability is revealed — at one point determining: “I’m a political routes to resolve the bitter dispute. priority Pentagon-funded wall contracts.
cross hair.” The intricate hooks also reveal themselves At stake is billions of dollars that would allow Trump to The Defense Department has transferred $2.5 billion to
gradually, popping out of nowhere or unfurling deceptively. make progress in a signature campaign promise heading border wall coffers.
A distinct sense of place and universality are both at play. into his campaign for a second term. The Defense Department transferred $1 billion to border
That dichotomy is part of the draw. “Home to You” details Trump declared a national emergency in February after wall coffers in March and another $1.5 billion earlier this
the complicated nature of residence, redefining the concept losing a fight with the Democratic-led House over fully pay- month. Patrick Shanahan, the acting defense secretary, is
as “an impasse under hallway ceiling” or a “drink from bor- ing for the wall that led to a 35-day government shutdown. expected to decide soon whether to transfer an additional
rowed cups.” As a compromise on border and immigration enforcement, $3.6 billion.
The instrumental palette is just as whimsical. Elliptical
keyboards flutter on buoyant basslines. A dewy slide adorns presented a full vision and people could see all the steps of
“Sad Nudes.” “Mother’s Mother’s Magazines” reads like a
Kinks’ title and starts out like a song from The Fall before
easing back for a brass excursion. “Magnificent Gestures”
SCHOOLS
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even beyond what the bond could fund and that can be attrib-
uted to her leadership and drive.” 
Kemp secured hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant
raises the pulse. With an assist from Kurt Vile, Le Bon rumi- funding to create programs for English language learners
nates on a "teacher's laugh" before torpedoing guitar shards and in STEM, provide 21st century teaching and learning
take it all down. revamped and improved to accommodate more students. The centers helped create new systems were created on the busi-
“Daylight Matters” is the one to put on repeat. A sultry, timeline for shuttering and selling Rollingwood is yet to be ness side as well as in special education, according to the
almost disco sway meant for late afternoon drifting. Most determined. release.
of this is so pretty it could float around in the background Meanwhile, Engvall Middle School has been closed since Martinez said the board will likely look to an experienced
without another thought. But the acute listener is rewarded. 1989 and is currently being leased to a golf center. Officials interim superintendent to take over while a permanent
are considering allowing the San Mateo Union High School replacement is sought.
District to create fields at the site, which would free up 5 Kemp’s new employer, Santa Clara Unified, is a K-12 pub-
acres for residential development at the former Crestmoor lic school system with 26 schools — there are plans to
High School campus in San Bruno. That would help the open three more schools over the next five years — serving
high school district finance construction of affordable 15,500 students and an additional 6,000 preschool and
teacher housing. One location that is being explored for adult students, according to the release. The district has an
that high school district teacher housing is Mills High operating budget of nearly $280 million.
School in Millbrae. “This opportunity for Dr. Kemp to preside over a K-12
Under Kemp, the district achieved fiscal solvency, accord- district does not come around often and is perfectly aligned
ing to the release, in part because of Measure X, the $79 with her talent, experience, knowledge and leadership skill
million bond to modernize the district’s schools passed in to educate the whole child from preschool through high
November of 2018.  school and beyond,” Martinez said. “It’s mixed feelings for
“She brought stability and confidence when we were in us. We know they’re getting a strong leader and we know
financial distress two years ago and it was evidenced in her she’s invested so much here. We’re in a strong position to
bond campaign,” said board President Kevin Martinez. “She carry forward.”
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“It’s so important that we have healthy people,” she said.

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more information call 286-2585.
BUDGET
Continued from page 1
“The way you get healthy people is you catch it early and you
do preventative care.”
The budget for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 fiscal years
Super Saturday Equestrian Event also proposed increasing the total number of county employ-
and Family Fun. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Writing Workshop: From Research ees — which currently stands at 5,543 — by 18 with new posi-
Horse Park, 3674 Sand Hill Road, to Story. Noon to 1:30 p.m. Grace parks and efforts to migrate County Health records to electron- tions including a two-person psychiatric emergency response
Woodside. High flying horses and Lutheran Church, 2825 Alameda de ic records, among other expenditures.
great family entertainment. Cost is las Pulgas, San Mateo. Bring your team, five full-time workers to bolster operations of the
$10. For more information call (949) research and family lore to life The proposal pegged investments in building, preserving Elections Office as vote-by-mail ballots and district elections
293-1555. through story writing. Cost is $5 to and rehabilitating housing as well as efforts to boost reading
$10. For more information call 306- take shape and 12 property appraisers to keep up with the
American Legion Post 409 3423. performance for third-graders through the Big Lift program as demand for commercial appraisals at the Assessor’s Office,
Breakfast Fundraiser. 8:30 a.m. to continuing priorities for the county, funded in part by Measure according to the proposed budget.
11 a.m. 757 San Mateo Ave., San Whole Food Plant B ased
Bruno. Enjoy breakfast while visiting Nutrition. 3 p.m. San Francisco Main K, a half-cent sales tax previously known as Measure A and Cost of living increases, longevity pay and equity payments
with veterans and neighbors. Cost is Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South extended by voters in 2016. Board President Carole Groom are behind an expected $94.9 million increase in employee
$6 to $10. For more information call San Francisco. This workshop will commended the effort to craft a budget balancing the county’s
345-7388. cover what it is and how it can salaries and benefits, Callagy noted in the budget. He added the
improve your health. For more infor- need to support affordable housing projects and assist cities county would also pursue alternative commute and work
Young Chamber Musicians mation call 829-3860. boost the county’s housing stock while also continuing to assignment plans to address employees’ challenges with the
Per form. 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Oak
Room, San Mateo Public Library, 55 Movie Screening: ‘Crazy R ich provide essential health care services. rising cost of living in the region.
W. Third Ave., San Mateo. A concert of Asians.’ 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. San “We want to be able to build as much affordable housing as Callagy recommended the board commit an additional $25
chamber music. Free. For more infor- Mateo Public Library-Oak Room, 55
mation call 522-7849. W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Free. For we can,” she said. “This is a whole unified effort in the entire million toward the county’s unfunded pension liability in the
more information call 522-7818. county to make sure we get this done.” 2018-2019 fiscal year. In the 2019 fiscal year, the contribu-
STEAM: Science. 3 p.m. San
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. FRIDAY, MAY 31 The jump in the number of workers in San Mateo County, tions to the county’s unfunded actuarial accrued liability —
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. K idZ in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South which rose by 84,700 between 2010 and 2018, and the trend’s which is estimated at $619 million for the same year — are
This month’s mad and rad science San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. accompanying strain on affordable housing were among the
experiment will be all about color- Orange Ave., South San Francisco. estimated to reach $240 million. Under a prepayment plan ini-
changing milk. For more information Recommended for ages 2 to 5. Free. future challenges to the county’s fiscal position outlined in the tiated some five years ago, the county is on target for signifi-
call 829-3860. For more information call 829-3860. budget, Callagy noted in the proposal. cantly reducing its unfunded actuarial accrued liability by fiscal
SUNDAY, MAY 26 Mike Henderson at Sanchez Art Though Louise Rogers, chief of San Mateo County Health, year 2022-2023, according to the budget.
Learn Japanese Calligraphy Center. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sanchez Art has balanced the department’s budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal Out of concern for an impending economic downturn and
Hands-On Work shop. 2 p.m. San Center, 1220 Linda Mar Blvd.,
Mateo Public Library-Oak Room, 55 Pacifica. Three new exhibitions. For year through ongoing and one-time solutions, a $52.2 million other challenges, Callagy noted he has directed all of the coun-
W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Learn cal- more information call 995-3674. budget gap looms over County Health for the 2020-2021 fis- ty’s departments to prepare for a 2.5% reduction in their budg-
ligraphy and make origami with
experts. Free. For more information SATURDAY, JUNE 1 cal year, noted Callagy. Facing increased costs, stagnant rev- ets to soften the impact of future economic changes and emerg-
call 522-7818. Free Hands-On Training for New enue and the uncertainty of federal health care policies, health ing needs. The county’s budgeted reserves are estimated to be
Ham Radio Operators. 9 a.m. to officials are expected to consider systemic changes in the com- $270.9 million in the 2020 fiscal year and $268.7 million for
Tribute to John Coltrane and Miles noon. Burlingame Public Library,
Davis. 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Club Fox, Lane Room, 480 Primrose Road, ing years. the 2021 fiscal year, according to the budget.
2209 Broadway, Redwood City. Burlingame. To get the most out of Groom reflected on the growth of insured residents in the Though Groom acknowledged the challenge of raising pri-
Fundraiser for a non-profit organiza- this workshop, participants will need
tion raising money for their 3rd to bring a radio with them. Brian county following the passage of the Affordable Care Act, and vate funds for the Big Lift program, an early education advoca-
Annual John Coltrane Day Around Mathews of the Radio Club has pro- noted the county has seen the effects of recent efforts to dis- cy initiative, she said county officials remain committed to
the Bay. $20. For more information vided information about buying a
call 399-6341. ham radio here. Your first radio can mantle the ACA at the federal level. She acknowledged deficit supporting the effort they are seeing begin to change out-
cost as little as $24 to $35. Register spending is not sustainable, but also emphasized her belief in comes for county students.
MONDAY, MAY 27 for the workshop at a health care system that takes care of people who need health “We’re going to see a difference and so we’ve got to contin-
Memorial Day in Union Cemetery, https://tinyurl.com/y5f7qh38. Free.
Redwood City. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. care. ue to support it,” she said.
Union Cemetery, 300 Woodside Penny n’ Pals Launch Party. 9 a.m.
Road, Redwood City. The morning’s to 2 p.m. Washington Park, 898
ments. Ultimately though their efforts were not sufficiently

MERCHANTS
proceedings will copy those of the Burlingame Ave., Burlingame. Join us
Decoration Day Ceremonies held in for the children’s book launch of persuasive, and the amended program was approved by a 3-1-1
Union Cemetery over 100 years ago. Penny n’ Pals. Free. For more informa-
Free. For more information call 365- tion call 302-1689. vote with Ortiz opposing and Councilman Michael Brownrigg
1196. absent.
The Third Annual White Elephant Continued from page 1
The 78th Annual Memorial Day Rummage Sale. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The For her part, Keighran recognized Ortiz’s concerns and
Observance. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Old Train Station, 110 Higgins
Golden Gate National Cemetery, Canyon Road, Half Moon Bay. This would make bigger tenant improvements,” she said, according expressed hopefulness that the altered application criteria
1300 Sneath Lane (Veterans Way), event raises money for the American
to video of the meeting. would incentivize merchants to match a portion of the cost to
San Bruno. Honoring fallen heroes. Association University Women’s
For more information call 589-7737. local scholarships. For more informa- Mayor Donna Colson agreed the grants could be just the sort beautify their businesses.
tion email ktgm4@aol.com.
The Riggstone Records. 4 p.m. to 6 of program needed to revitalize Broadway businesses. “That shows they have some skin in the game and then we
p.m. Dragon Productions Theatre R agazzi Boys Chorus Presents “To me, this is about helping small businesses, it’s about just have to see how that goes over the pilot study program and
Co., 2120 Broadway, Redwood City. “ SingFest.” 9:30 a.m. to noon. St. helping family-owned businesses and it’s about beautifying
$20 per person. Uncover a 200 year Peter’s Church, 178 Clinton St., we can always change it later,” she said.
old mystery. Unveil the secrets Redwood City. Singing, musical and creating a partnership in a unique way that particularly
behind the Riggstone Records and games and a short performance for Vice Mayor Emily Beach said she believes the program will
solves the issue for Broadway, as opposed to Burlingame
stop a great tentacled apocalypse. parents. Free. For more information be an asset for local businesses and residents hoping to enjoy a
For more information call 493-2006. call 342-8785. Avenue.”
revitalized shopping scene.
Under the approval from councilmembers, a $50,000 grant
Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San Bonsai show and sale. 10 a.m. to 4
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. p.m. San Mateo Garden Center Inc., fund will be established by the city with a maximum of $10,000 “I think ultimately it is good for the community, we can help
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. All 605 Parkside Way, San Mateo. Free. available to businesses seeking financial assistance for facade the Broadway businesses feel great about themselves and it will
materials provided. Free. For more For more information call 483-7462. feel good for the community to just improve some of the looks
information call 829-3860. improvements. Merchants must identify the projects they want
Paint Like Yayoi Kusama. 10 a.m. to to complete with the grant funding as part of the application where we can,” she said.
AACP Writers Workshop. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 process, and sums less than the $10,000 maximum available
to 9 p.m. AACP Bookstore, 529 E. Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Beach also noted there is some money available to merchants
Third Ave., San Mateo. Classes are Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese contem- can be sought. through the Broadway Improvement District which can pay
taught by Charlie Chin. Cost $30 for porary artist. Her work is based in Support for the program was not unanimous, as Councilman
drop in or $80 for three classes. Every conceptual art and shows some smaller sums to help with minor beautification efforts such as
Monday until Monday, May 27. For attributes of minimalism, surrealism Ricardo Ortiz voted against the grant fund with fears that solely awning cleaning.
more information call 375-8286. and abstract expressionism, and is making the money available to Broadway merchants was
infused with autobiographical, psy-
inequitable. More broadly, Ortiz expressed discomfort with Meanwhile Colson said she believed in the merits of the
TUESDAY, MAY 28 chological and sexual content. Free.
Men’s Group. 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. San To register and for more information offering public money to private enterprises. city’s program and suggested if it is successful, it could be
Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El call 591-8286.
“I still just have an ugly feeling about using city money to fix expanded to assist merchants in other shopping districts with
Camino Real, San Mateo. Monthly similar needs.
group of men in the community Summer Learning K ickoff @The private property,” he said. “It just doesn’t feel right to me.”
meeting to share support and expe- Farmer’s Market. 10 a.m. Orange
riences. All are welcome. For more Memorial Park, 35 W. Orange Ave., In recognition of his concerns, Ortiz’s colleagues attempted “We’re going to do a pilot program, we are going to try to
information call 591-0133. South San Francisco. Free. For more to tweak the program’s design to prioritize allocations for mer- here, we are going to see how it works and if it is successful,
information call 829-3860 chants who volunteered to share the cost of facade improve- then we can deploy it in other parts of Burlingame,” she said.
Adult DIY Club: K orean Art of
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110 employment 203 public notices 203 public notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
ficTiTious business name ficTiTious business name
sTaTemenT #281138 sTaTemenT #281250
newspaper inTerns The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
Journalism as: Alfaro Trucking, 88 Dockside Drive, as: M and F Enterprises Group, 180 El
The Daily Journal is looking for in- DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registered
terns to do entry level reporting, re- Owner: Felix Alfaro, same address. The Camino Real Suite 9, MILLBRAE, CA
search, updates of our ongoing fea- business is conducted by an Individual. 94030. Registered Owners: Marico C.
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- The registrants commenced to transact Enriquez and Fe R. Enriquez, 4224 Betti-
so welcome. business under their FBN on NA. na Ave., San Mateo, CA 94403. The
/s/Felix Alfaro/ business is conducted by a General Part-
We expect a commitment of four to This statement was filed with the Asses-
eight hours a week for at least four nership.. The registrants commenced to
months. The internship is unpaid, but sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2019. (Publish- transact business under their FBN on 01-
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 23-84.
terns have progressed in time into 5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19). /s/Marico C. Enriquez/
paid correspondents and full-time re-
porters. This statement was filed with the Asses-
ficTiTious business name sor-County Clerk on 5/14/2019. (Publish-
College students or recent graduates sTaTemenT #280929 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper The following person is doing business 5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19).
experience is preferred but not neces- as: The Earth Culture Company, 151 N over the Hedge over the Hedge over the Hedge
sarily required. Ellsworth Ave. #3, SAN MATEO, CA
94401. Registered Owner: Van V.
Please send a cover letter describing Pham, same address. The business is ficTiTious business name
your interest in newspapers, a resume sTaTemenT #281164
and three recent clips. Before you ap- conducted by an Individual. The regis-
ply, you should familiarize yourself trants commenced to transact business The following person is doing business
with our publication. Our Web site: under their FBN on N/A. as: 1)Hey, Hey...Let’s Play 2)The
www.smdailyjournal.com. /s/Van V. Pham/ ImagiZeum 3)The Radio on the Shelf 4)
This statement was filed with the Asses- Claire Swann 5)Press Play 6)Claire Rob-
Send your information via e-mail to sor-County Clerk on 4/8/2019. (Publish- bins Presents 7)Let’s Listen 8)The Big
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., Bookshelf 9)Fun Timz, 2326 Ralmar
5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19). Avenue, EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303.
#123, San Mateo CA 94402
Registered Owner: Justine Ryan, same
ficTiTious business name address. The business is conducted by
sTaTemenT #281110 an Individual. The registrants com-
The following person is doing business menced to transact business under their
127 elderly care as: My Products, 105 Crescent Drive, FBN on N/A.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. /s/Justine Ryan/
Registered Owner: Julia Zachariah, This statement was filed with the Asses-
family resource same address. The business is conduct-
ed by an Individual. The registrants sor-County Clerk on 5/3/2019. (Publish- 203 public notices 203 public notices 296 appliances
guide commenced to transact business under ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s their FBN on N/A. 5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). order To sHow cause for sTaTemenT of abandonmenT of glass-panel lampsHade. Similar
cHange of name THe use of a ficTiTious business to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
twice-a-week resource guide for /s/Julia Zachariah/ name sTaTemenT 260979 ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
children and families. This statement was filed with the Asses- case# 19c1V02386 Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- $75 (650)727-7266
every Tuesday & weekend sor-County Clerk on 4/29/2019. (Publish- ficTiTious business name SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, doning the use of the Fictitious Business
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sTaTemenT #281297 COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Name: Edwin Palma. Name of Business: mayTag wasHer excellent working
Look for it in today’s paper to 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, 6/1/19). The following person is doing business 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, El Peruche Restaurant. Date of original condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
find information on family REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 filing: 05-28-2014. Address of Principal (408)656-0958
as: HRJ Cleaning Company, 800 West Place of Business: 3997 Mission St.,
resources in the local area, Orange Ave, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, PETITION OF
ficTiTious business name DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registrant: Ed- mfg H20labs Model 300 exc cond
including childcare. CA 94080. Registered Owner: Concep- Kham Hoang Dang win Palma, 118 Claremont Ave, SOUTH
sTaTemenT #281270 counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
The following person is doing business cion J. Turcios, same address. The busi- SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080 The busi-
as: Bay Area Cognitive Health, 533 Air- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: ness was conducted by an Individual. new, singer Sewing Machine Univer-
ness is conducted byan Individual. The Petitioners: Kham Hoang Dang filed a /s/Edwin Palma/ sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
port Boulevard, Suite 400, BURLIN- registrants commenced to transact busi-
180 businesses for sale GAME, CA 94010. Registered Owner: ness under their FBN on N/A.
petition with this court for a decree This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
Bay Area Cognitive Health, A Psycholo- changing names as follows: County on 5/6/19. Tiffany sTyle Lamp shade. Older-
commercial kiTcHen for sale. gy Corporation, CA. The business is con-
/s/Concepcion J. Turcios/
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
Downtown San Mateo 4000 sq ft
ducted by a Corporation. The registrants This statement was filed with the Asses- Present name: nal, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, 6/1/19). 727-7266.
$575,000 Possible seller finance up to sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2019. (Publish-
50% Call (415)267-6952. commenced to transact business under 1. Kham Hoang Dang
their FBN on N/A. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Vacuum cleaner (reconditioned)
/s/Catherine Marreiro/ 5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19). Proposed Name: sTaTemenT of abandonmenT of $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
203 public notices This statement was filed with the Asses- 1. Kham Hoang Phan THe use of a ficTiTious business
ficTiTious business name sor-County Clerk on 5/15/2019. (Publish- name sTaTemenT 280119 297 bicycles
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ficTiTious business name Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
sTaTemenT #281143 THE COURT ORDERS that all persons doning the use of the Fictitious Business
5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). sTaTemenT #281350 adulT bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
interested in this matter shall appear be- Name: Nagle Energy Solutions LLC.
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business fore this court at the hearing indicated Name of Business: Nagle Energy Solu-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
as: Kinanty, 124 Barneson Ave., SAN as: Waggin’ Hynies, 208 Wildwood Dr, below to show cause, if any, why the pe- tions LLC. Date of original filing: cHild’s scHwinn bicycle, blue in
MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: ficTiTious business name 9/23/2009. Address of Principal Place of
sTaTemenT #281211 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. tition for change of name should not be good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
Ayman Asfour, same address. The busi- Business: 2020 Gordon Avenue, MEN-
The following person is doing business Registered Owner: Vaughn Leslie Hy- granted. Any person objecting to the LO PARK, CA 94025. Registrant: Nagle mounTain bike new 21 gears $100.
ness is conducted by an Individual. The as: Corcept Therapeutics, 149 Common- ndman, same address. The business is name changes described above must file Energy Solutions LLC, CA. The busi- (650)722-3634
registrants commenced to transact busi- wealth Drive, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. conducted by an Individual. The regis- a written objection that includes the rea- ness was conducted by a Limited Liabili-
ness under their FBN on NA. Registered Owner: Corcept Therapeutics trants commenced to transact business sons for the objection at least two court ty Company. 298 collectibles
/s/Ayman Asfour/ Incorporated, DE. The business is con- under their FBN on March 2019. days before the matter is scheduled to /s/Min Nagle/
ducted by a Corporation. The registrants be heard and must appear at the hearing This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- commenced to transact business under
/s/Vaughn Leslie Hyndman/ sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo 1984 Time magazine. Special 1994
sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- to show cause why the petition should County on 5/23/19. Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
their FBN on May 19, 1998. not be granted. If no written objection is (650)588-0842
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, /s/G. Charles Robb/ sor-County Clerk on 5/23/2019. (Publish- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, timely filed, the court may grant the peti- nal, 5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19).
5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19). This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie
sor-County Clerk on 5/9/2019. (Publish- 5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19). deBartolo on cover. Mint condition.
petition shall be held on 6/18/19 at 9 $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, 295 art
ficTiTious business name Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this approx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer
sTaTemenT #281068 ficTiTious business name
sTaTemenT #281344 Order to Show Cause shall be published oil painTing-canVass, Victorian Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207-
The following person is doing business ficTiTious business name at least once each week for four succes- Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 4162
as: 1)Big MO 2)SF Trans, 1300 El Cami- The following person is doing business OBO (650)515-6091
sTaTemenT #281210
as: TargetMix, 750 Alma Lane #8195, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- baseball HaT and beanie collection
no Real #8, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. The following person is doing business ing on the petition in the following news- sold as set hundreds 1K Leave MSG
Registered Owner: Mohsen A. Rihan, as: Corcept, 149 Commonwealth Drive, SAN MATEO, CA 94404. Registered paper of general circulation: 296 appliances
Owner: Teresa Anthony, 1535 Shoal Dr., (650)388-2445
same address. The business is conduct- MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Registered San Mateo Daily Journal
Owner: Corcept Therapeutics Incorporat- San Mateo, CA 94404. The business is Filed: 5/6/2019 air condiTioner 10000 BTU w/re- classic lamborgHini Countach
ed by an Individual. The registrants ed, DE. The business is conducted by a conducted by an Individual. The regis- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Print ,Perfect for Garage,Framed Size
commenced to transact business under /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
Corporation. The registrants com- trants commenced to transact business Judge of the Superior Court 0898
Medium ,Good Condition $25. (510)684-
their FBN on 3/11/18. menced to transact business under their under their FBN on May 1, 2019. 0187
/s/Mohsen A. Rihan/ FBN on May 19, 1998.
Dated: 5/2/2019
/s/Teresa Anthony/ (Published 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, free wasHer and 220v dryer, both collecTable cabbage Patch Kids
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/G. Charles Robb/ This statement was filed with the Asses- working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
This statement was filed with the Asses- 6/1/19). Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 5/22/2019. (Publish- move, stairs. Box. Great Christmas Present. $100
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 5/9/2019. (Publish- (650) 572-8895
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, HoTpoinT HeaVy Duty Dryer excellent
5/4/19, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19). 5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). 5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19). working condition Burlingame $50 Call cool HoT Rod Print "Eddies Market"
Dan (408)656-0958 Perfect for Garage,Size Medium,Perfect
condition $25. (510)684-0187
depression glass Dining Plate. 8
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goT Jobs? $12 (650)762-6048


games of the 23rd Olympiad maga-
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
0842
lennox red Rose, Unused, hand
The best career seekers painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
$12.00. (650) 578 9208.
read the daily Journal.
miller liTe Neon sign , work good
$59 call (650)218-6528
we will help you recruit qualified, talented
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Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No
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for the best value and the best results, paTrick nagel Print "Gallery in the
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small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
contact us for a free consultation 4162
Topps baseball complete set 1987
call (650) 344-5200 or thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
4474
email: ads@smdailyjournal.com Two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig-
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for
both. Steve (650)518-6614
VinTage sTemware: 3 styles, 23
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162

legal noTices 299 computers


19" color Monitor with stand VG con-
dition power cord/owners manual includ-
Fictitious Business Name Statements, ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, recordable cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop-
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
(650) 578 9208
Notice of Public Sales and More.
300 Toys
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
14-1000-pcs puzzles $3.00 ea.
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 (650)207-4162
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com american flyer locomotive runs
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
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300 Toys 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For Sale 310 Misc. For Sale 311 Musical instruments 312 Pets & animals
JuMP and Play Keyboard brand new, in SOFa-beige Fabric, Orig. $900, negrini Fencing Epee mask size M TunTuri rOwing Machine, Good eVereTT uPrighT antique piano. One Kennel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(650)234-8218 (415)260-6940 (650)593-2066
STar warS Celebration 3 Darth Vader uniden harleY Davidson Gas Tank
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 SOlid wOOd Dining table with exten- Old b&l Microscope in good condition; phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 huge ludwig Drum Set Silver Sparkle ParrOT cage, Steel, Large - approx
sion great piece great condition black 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
Vending MachineS FOR Sale. Soda Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
302 antiques $80 (650)364-5263
raY-ban TOP Bar Sunglasses machine vendo, ten selections. Snack
offer. (650)245-4084
machine AP, Snack Shop 5 columns (916)975-4969
SOlid wOOd Entertainment Center- RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
beer STeinS-Original from Germa-
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- many selections. $495 each. (650)218- 316 clothes
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info 7125 PianO-andrew KOhler, Mahogany,
(650)592-7483 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o 6596 Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 bOOTS -lugz Orange County Chopper
(925)482-5742 walKer - Good Condition - Like New - Edition Motorcycle Brand New size 10
$35 (650)341-5347 (415)334-1980 Black $60 . (510)684-0187
rOllerbladeS, uSed, size 10. $20
MahOganY anTique Secretary desk, Table 24"x48" folding legs each end. obo. Please call (650)745-6309
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost 311 Musical instruments brOwn Sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 SaMSOniTe 26" tan hard-sided suit PlaYer PianO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. 1929 anTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
rOSeVille TuliP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. ThOMaSVille dining table, $50 4 $45. (650)328-6709 FancY high heel shoes, never worn
$45. (650)574-2490. ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call www.elo.deals size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
chairs, mid-century blonde with two
leaves call (650)697-3709. SilK Saree 6 yards new nice color.for (650)742-6776.
303 electronics $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- SPineT PianO + Bench, $50. Call
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The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, length $50 (650)692-8012
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not (650)245-4234. SinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, VinTage auTOPianO upright player
$15.00 (650)544-5306 (650)278-5776.
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
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TwO wOOd Book Shelves, $75 with Slr lenS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 message or email flycsir@hotmail.com good condition $20 (650)520-7045
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OnKYO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital Knee-high blacK women's boots,
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beige SOFa $99. Excellent Condition 306 housewares 15 Russian region stones cuisine 48 Relaxing smoke
rich in minerals 2 Steel, for one
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crYSTal wine glasses new (12ea) 36 Hitchhike for some
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new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or 19 Prefix meaning
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dining Table - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
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engliSh draw Table, $50 Solid Wood
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r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
eThan allen sofa and love seat. Blue (408)661-6019 charoseth, a
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cuT glaSS serving bowl 8" diameter
$25. Call 650-921-4016 point
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316 Clothes 340 Camera & Photo equip. 379 Open houses 620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars 670 Auto Service
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620 Automobiles
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China ramps up war of rhetoric in trade standoff


By Christopher Bodeen and resolve complaints over Beijing’s meth- Activists have been urging the U.S. and listening to voices from outside the compa-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ods for acquiring advanced foreign technolo- other countries to sanction China over ny.”
gies foundered earlier this month after Trump repression of members of Muslim minority In South Korea, officials said they were
BEIJING — Stepping up Beijing’s propa- raised tariffs on billions of dollars of ethnic groups in the northwestern Xinjiang discussing security issues related to its 5G,
ganda offensive in the tariffs standoff with imports from China. region, where an estimated 1 million people or fifth generation, cellphone networks with
Washington, Chinese state media on Friday At a daily briefing Friday, foreign ministry are being detained in re-education camps. the U.S.
accused the U.S. of seeking to “colonize spokesman Lu Kang accused American politi- The New York Times reported the U.S. Officials in South Korea’s Foreign
global business” with cians he didn’t name of “fabricating various Commerce Department might put Hikvision Ministry and presidential office did not,
moves against Huawei lies based on subjective presumptions and on its “entity list,” restricting its business however, confirm the report by the Chosun
and other Chinese tech- trying to mislead the American people.” with U.S. companies for its alleged role in Ilbo newspaper that U.S. officials want Seoul
nology companies. The China Daily, an English-language facilitating surveillance in Xinjiang. to block a local wireless carrier that uses
There was no word from newspaper, said U.S. expressions of con- In its statement, the company said it had Huawei equipment for its 5G services from
either side on progress cerns about Chinese surveillance equipment “engaged with the U.S. government regard- unspecified “sensitive areas.”
toward resuming talks maker Hikvision were for the self-serving ing all of this since last October.” Washington considers Huawei, the world’s
between the world’s two aim of claiming the “moral high ground” to Hikvision said it had retained former U.S. leading supplier of telecom gear and No. 2
largest economies, promote Washington’s political agenda. Ambassador-at-large Pierre-Richard Prosper smartphone maker, a security threat. Huawei
Xi Jinping though President Donald “In this way, it is hoping to achieve the of the firm Arent Fox to advise the company has sought to alleviate those concerns and
Trump said he expected to colonization of the global business world,” regarding human rights compliance. has rejected assertions that it would facilitate
meet with his Chinese counterpart, Xi the newspaper said. “Over the past year, there have been spying by Beijing.
Jinping, next month at a G-20 meeting in Hikvision said in a statement Friday that it numerous reports about ways that video sur- It’s unclear whether Seoul would accept
Japan. takes U.S. concerns about its business seri- veillance products have been involved in potential U.S. demands to block imports of
Negotiations over how to cut the huge, ously and is working to ensure it complies human rights violations,” the statement Huawei products at risk of triggering retalia-
longstanding U.S. trade deficit with China with human rights standards. said. “We read every report seriously and are tion from China, its biggest trade partner.

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Britain’s May to quit as party leader, opening race for new PM


By Jill Lawless been consumed by the attempt to deliver on before Parliament in a fourth attempt to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that verdict. secure lawmakers’ backing for her Brexit
May was brought down by Brexit, but her blueprint.
LONDON — Theresa May ended her failed nemesis wasn’t the EU, with which she suc- In her farewell speech, May defended her
three-year quest to lead Britain out of the cessfully struck a divorce deal. record, saying she had “negotiated the terms
European Union on Friday, announcing that She was felled by her own Conservative of our exit and a new relationship with our
she will step down as Conservative Party Party, which refused to accept it. The plan was closest neighbors that protects jobs, our
leader June 7 and triggering a contest to defeated three times in Parliament, rejected security and our Union.”
choose a new prime minister who will try to both by pro-EU opposition lawmakers and “I have done everything I can to convince
complete Brexit. by Brexit-supporting Conservatives who MPs to back that deal,” she said. “Sadly, I
“I have done my best,” May said in a thought it kept Britain too closely bound to have not been able to do so.”
speech outside 10 Downing St., as close aides the bloc. “It is now clear to me that it is in the best
and her husband Philip looked on, before Many Conservative lawmakers came to see interests of the country for a new prime min-
acknowledging that it was not good enough. HANNAH MCKAY
May as an obstacle and blamed her for the ister to lead that effort,” she added.
Concluding her remarks, she struggled to An emotional Theresa May announces her U.K.’s failure to leave the EU on the scheduled
resignation as prime minister as well as the Multiple contenders are already jockeying
contain her emotions and her voice broke as date of March 29. The bloc has extended that to replace her in a contest that will see a new
she expressed “enduring gratitude to have had head of the Conservative Party. deadline until Oct. 31 in hope Britain’s leader chosen by Conservative lawmakers
the opportunity to serve the country I love.” July. The new party leader will become prime politicians can break their political dead- and party members. The early front-runner is
Then she turned and strode through the minister without the need for a general elec- lock. Boris Johnson, a former foreign secretary and
famous black door of No. 10. tion. The pressure on May reached breaking strong champion of Brexit. Other contenders
May will stay on as a caretaker prime min- She became prime minister the month after point this week as House of Commons Leader are likely to include Leadsom, Foreign
ister until the new leader is chosen, a process the U.K. voted in June 2016 to leave the Andrea Leadsom quit and several Cabinet col- Secretary Jeremy Hunt and former Brexit
the Conservatives aim to complete by late European Union, and her premiership has leagues rejected the bill she planned to put Secretary Dominic Raab.

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