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Friday • April 19, 2019 • XIX, Edition 204

Sequoia High School name change final

School board drops tribal reference, adopts Raven sports mascot
By Austin Walsh 17, with students who ed alumni who had advocated for preserving things were going.”
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF launched a campaign the former name’s link with athletics in rev- Alumnus Jim Clarke also shared his frus-
seeking to abandon the erence to the school’s long history. tration over the decision, suggesting the
The Sequoia High School Raven. tribal name, citing con- Acknowledging previous movement in board was too easily swayed by the several
Such is the singular school mascot and cerns around racial pursuit of the name change, Ken Rolandelli, hundred students and school community
athletic moniker, under a decision by offi- stereotyping. president of the Sequoia High School members who signed a petition advocating
cials to no longer call the Redwood City The decision, for Alumni Association, said he was prepared for abandoning the name.
high school’s sports teams the Cherokees. which groundwork was for the decision — yet still let down. “It is upsetting that some petition of 600
The Sequoia Union High School District laid by an earlier policy “I’m of course disappointed but I wasn’t
Board of Trustees agreed Wednesday, April Georgia Jack amendment, disappoint- surprised,” he said. “It seemed to be the way See RAVEN, Page 23

Trump: It’s ‘a good day’

President claims victory with Mueller report out
By Jonathan Lemire, Jill
Colvin and Darlene Superville

WASHINGTON — For nearly two

ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL years, President Donald Trump and
Redwood City is planning to construct a new his allies Inside
park in front of the downtown library and it sought to
would encompass the library’s front un de r m i n e
courtyard, parking lot A and Roselli Park. special coun-
sel Robert

Experts offer M ue l l e r ’s
Russia probe,
i n v es t i g a-

up park ideas tors’ credibil- Mueller paints a

ity and play- damning portrait
down of the president
find- See page 18
Redwood City envisions ings. As a
redacted version of Mueller’s
remaking parking into report was finally released
Thursday, Trump resorted to blus-
downtown open space ter, broadsides and falsehoods to
try, once more, to frame the
By Zachary Clark moment as a political victory.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF It began even before the public
glimpsed the two volumes cover-
Three urban park planning and design ing 448 pages . The report includ-
experts stopped by Redwood City’s Fox ed an account of how the president
Forum last week to share their work and attempted to seize control of the
offer ideas that could be incorporated into REUTERS investigation into Russian inter-
future downtown park projects. Donald Trump greets supporters on the tarmac at Palm Beach International Airport, as he arrives to spend
The speakers were Douglas Burnham, an Easter weekend at his Mar-a-Lago club, in West Palm Beach, Fla. See TRUMP, Page 18
architect with San Francisco-based firm
Envelope A+D, Ilana Lipsett, a community
organizer and co-founder of Freespace, a
movement to turn vacant spaces into cultur-
al hubs, and Ben Stone, director of arts and
Unique development intrigues Burlingame officials
culture for Smart Growth America. Councilmembers explore trading building approval in exchange for Bayfront land
The event was specifically meant to help By Austin Walsh Councilmembers deliberated over the struction site — a proposition which raised
shape plans for a new park in place of the company’s proposal to redevelop its 877 the eyebrows of city officials.
downtown library’s parking lot A, front Burlway Road property into a nine-story car While no formal decision was made during
courtyard and Roselli Park. Meetings next rental and storage facility during a meeting the meeting, a majority of the councilmem-
A creative development proposition from
month will focus on the other two city- Monday, April 15. bers indicated they felt the potential deal
Enterprise Rent-A-Car intrigued Burlingame
owned parcels that have been prioritized by In exchange for the development was worth further exploring.
officials, who were offered Bayfront land in
the City Council for conversion to parks: approval, Enterprise offered to trade one of
return for allowing the company to build a
See PARK, Page 23 new business center east of Highway 101. two parcels abutting the proposed recon- See LAND, Page 31


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Thought for the Day

“Never one thing and seldom one person
can make for a success. It takes a number
of them merging into one perfect whole.”
— Marie Dressler, Canadian actress

This Day in History

A truck bomb destroyed the Alfred P.

1995 Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma

City, killing 168 people. (Bomber
Timothy McVeigh, who prosecutors
said had planned the attack as revenge
for the Waco siege of two years earlier, was convicted of fed-
eral murder charges and executed in 2001.)
In 1 7 7 5 , the American Revolutionary War began with the
battles of Lexington and Concord.
In 1 8 6 5 , a funeral was held at the White House for
President Abraham Lincoln, assassinated five days earlier;
his coffin was then taken to the U.S. Capitol for a private
memorial service in the Rotunda.
In 1 9 3 9 , Connecticut became the last of the original 13
colonies to ratify the Bill of Rights, 147 years after it took
In 1 9 4 3 , during World War II, tens of thousands of Jews in
the Warsaw Ghetto began a valiant but ultimately futile bat-
tle against Nazi forces.
In 1 9 5 1 , Gen. Douglas MacArthur, relieved of his Far East
command by President Harry S. Truman, bade farewell in an
address to Congress in which he quoted a line from a ballad: Jordanian people smash items at AXE Rage Room where they can express their anger in an entertaining way in Amman.
“Old soldiers never die; they just fade away.”
In 1 9 6 6 , Bobbi Gibb, 23, became the first woman to run In other news ...
the Boston Marathon at a time when only men were allowed to 10 hours a day and as many as seven bully people from our local community
to participate. (Gibb jumped into the middle of the pack Health officials: California days a week, and time cards were falsi- out of utilizing symbols and words that
after the sound of the starting pistol and finished in baby dies from whooping cough fied. are important to our culture,” said state
3:21:40.) Sen. Jarrett Keohokalole, a Native
SACRAMENTO — California health The labor commissioner’s office says
In 1 9 7 7 , the Supreme Court, in Ingraham v. Wright, ruled officials say a baby has died from Nissani and the car wash’s general man- Hawaiian representing Kaneohe and
5-4 that even severe spanking of schoolchildren by faculty whooping cough — the first such infant ager, Keyvan Shamshoni, are jointly Heeia.
members did not violate the Eighth Amendment ban against death in the state since 2018. liable. The resolution calls on state agencies
cruel and unusual punishment. Nissani and Shamshoni did not and Native Hawaiian organizations to
The Department of Public Health says
Thursday that the child was from Orange respond to messages left at the car wash form a task force to develop a legal sys-
Birthdays County, but didn’t provide any other
and on personal phones. tem to “recognize and protect” Native
Hawaiian cultural intellectual property
Whooping cough, also known as per- Who owns aloha? Hawaii eyes and traditional cultural expressions. It
tussis, is a highly contagious respirato- also seeks protections for genetic
ry ailment that can spread through
protections for native culture resources, such as taro, a traditional
coughing. HONOLULU — Last year, much of crop that legend says is an ancestor of
Dr. Karen Smith, director of the state Hawaii was shocked to learn a Chicago the Hawaiian people and that scientists
health department, urges expectant restaurant chain owner had trademarked have tried to genetically engineer in the
mothers to get a whooping cough boost- the name “Aloha Poke” and wrote to past.
er shot. cubed fish shops around the country The task force would be commissioned
Parents are urged to immunize babies demanding that they stop using the to submit its recommendations and any
Actor Tim Curry is Actor James Tennis player as soon as possible. Hawaiian language moniker for their proposed legislation to lawmakers in
73. Franco is 41. Maria Sharapova is own eateries. The cease-and-desist let- three years.
32. Car wash ordered to pay ters targeted a downtown Honolulu The House passed the resolution
restaurant and a Native Hawaiian-operat- Thursday. The Senate is scheduled to
Actress Elinor Donahue is 82. Rock musician Alan Price $2.4M in back wages, penalties ed restaurant in Anchorage, among oth- vote on it Monday.
(The Animals) is 77. Pop singer Mark “Flo” Volman (The CULVER CITY — A Beverly Hills auto ers. The Aloha Poke incident echoes past
Turtles; Flo and Eddie) is 72. Actor Tony Plana is 67. Former dealership mogul has been ordered to Now, Hawaii lawmakers are consider- disputes, like when a non-Hawaiian pho-
tennis player Sue Barker is 63. Motorsports Hall of Famer Al pay $2.4 million in back wages and ing adopting a resolution calling for the tographer claimed copyright over an
Unser Jr. is 57. Actor Tom Wood is 56. Recording executive penalties, as the state says his car wash creation of legal protections for Native image of a woman dancing hula and
Suge Knight is 54. Singer-songwriter Dar Williams is 52. cheated 64 employees out of wages. Hawaiian cultural intellectual property. Disney copyrighted a modified version
Actress Kim Hawthorne (TV: “Greenleaf”) is 51. Actress The Los Angeles Times reports that The effort predates Aloha Poke, but that of a Hawaiian chant used in a movie.
Ashley Judd is 51. Singer Bekka Bramlett is 51. Latin pop the California labor commissioner’s episode is lending a sense of urgency to Chicago’s Aloha Poke Co. chose as its
singer Luis Miguel is 49. Actress Jennifer Esposito is 47. office said Wednesday that workers at a long-festering concern not unfamiliar battleground the word “aloha” — a term
Actress Jennifer Taylor is 47. Jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux Hooman Nissani’s Playa Vista Car Wash to native cultures in other parts of the meaning love, compassion, kindness as
(PAY’-roo) is 45. Actress Kate Hudson is 40. Actor Hayden in Culver City were paid less than the world. well as hello and goodbye. It’s a term
Christensen is 38. Actress Catalina Sandino Moreno is 38. legal minimum wage in some cases. “I was frustrated at the audacity of peo- central to how Native Hawaiians treat
Actress-comedian Ali Wong is 37. Actress Victoria Yeates is The office says the workers were ple from outside of our community using others and how many in Hawaii —
36. Actress Kelen Coleman is 35. Actor Zack Conroy is 34. denied overtime pay despite working up these legal mechanisms to basically Native Hawaiian or not — try to live.
Roots rock musician Steve Johnson (Alabama Shakes) is 34.
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
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Police reports reported at 8:41 p.m. Saturday, April 13.
Th e f t . Someone stole items from J. C.
Penney on El Camino Real, it was reported
Sour patch kids at 2:55 p.m. Saturday, April 13.
Kids were seen throwing lemons at Lo s t pro perty . Someone lost their wallet
passing cars on Costa Rica Avenue in at a hotel on East San Bruno Avenue con-
Burlingame, it was reported at 3:16 taining four credit cards and foreign curren-
p.m. Saturday, April 13. cy worth about $178, it was reported at
10:17 a.m. Friday, April 12.


Arre s t . Someone was arrested on Burg l ary . A vehicle was reported stolen on
Huntington Avenue for being in posses- Lincoln Avenue, it was reported at 11:02
sion of narcotics while on the BART plat- a.m. Saturday, April 13.
form, it was reported at 1:36 p.m. Sunday, Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . Someone
April 14. was seen trying to steal mail on Garden
Arre s t . Someone was arrested on El Drive, it was reported at 3:43 a.m. Saturday,
Camino Real for stealing from Target, it was April 13.

James Lee Williams Obituary

James Lee Williams died April 12, 2019,
Williams, Alexander
at the age of 72.
Williams and Christine
Born in Clarinda, Iowa, he was the son of Williams. Grandchildren
the late Lyle Williams and Ruthella Sarah Farris, Nicole
Williams. He spent his first five years on a Farris, Caleb Thomason,
farm and moved to east Menlo Park in 1955. Rose Williams and Lucas
Graduated from Ravenswood High School in Williams. His siblings
1964. Married Anna McBride April 9, 1966. Marlin Williams, Ann
Jim joined the U.S. Navy in 1966 and served Leever, Mabel Krueger,
with the Mobile Construction Battalion Joe Williams and Julia
(MCB-10). Shipped from Port Hueneme, Webber. Jim was preceded in death by his
Oxnard to Vietnam where he served two parents and his brother Duane. Active in the
tours from 1966-1969. He was discharged American Legion and local veterans’ organ-
and resumed work as a sheet-rocker and dry- izations. Jim’s family gave him meaning
wall contractor. He majored in oil painting and purpose. He loved working on his
at SJSU and married Gina Bortolotto Aug. home, his cars, solving difficult construc-
17, 1985.  tion problems, reading, painting murals and
Jim is survived by his wife Gina, children above all FaceTiming with his grandchil-
Shawna Farris, Jimmy Thomason, James dren.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE Friday • April 19, 2019 5

Cancer-causing chemical taints water after Paradise fire
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS About 1,500 of the town’s 27,000 resi-
dents are living in the few surviving hous-
PARADISE — The drinking water in es. Water officials have warned them not to
Paradise where 85 people died last year in drink, cook, bathe or brush their teeth with
the nation’s worst wildfire in a century, is tap water and to only take quick showers
contaminated with the cancer-causing with warm water. Those residents are living
chemical benzene, officials said. on bottled water deliver daily and water tank
Officials said they believe the contamina- deliveries.
tion happened after the November firestorm Norman Stein, 84, drives 15 minutes each
created a toxic combination of gases in week to the water distribution center, loads
burning homes that got sucked into the his trunk with bottles and stacks them in
water pipes as residents and firefighters his garage.
drew water heavily, the Sacramento Bee He and his wife, Darlene, disagree on the
newspaper reported Thursday. risk posed by their tap water in Paradise.
Officials say that may explain why ben- She opened the sink tap to show how clear
zene, which has been linked to anemia and the water is.
leukemia, has been found in tests at various “I could feel an oily substance before. But
spots rather than from one source in it’s cleared up now,” she said. “This is good
Paradise, which was largely destroyed. water.”
The chemical occurs naturally in fire; is “Only it’s got benzene in it,” her husband
part of crude oil, gasoline and cigarette retorted. “I won’t even brush my teeth in
smoke; and is used to make plastics, syn- that stuff.”
thetic fibers and other products, according REUTERS FILE PHOTO Stein is thinking about buying a purify-
to the federal Centers for Disease Control. Officials say the drinking water in Paradise is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical ing system, which some of his friends have
Melted plastic meters and plastic pipes benzene after a deadly wildfire last year. done. But water officials have said that they
also may have sent benzene into the sys- “It is jaw-dropping,” said Dan Newton of the water district may be able to clean pipes don’t know how well in-home filters protect
tem, water officials say. the state Water Resources Control Board. to some homes later this year, but it will residents if there is benzene in their taps.
Paradise Irrigation District officials say “This is such a huge scale. None of us were take two years and up to $300 million Water experts said what happened in
they have taken about 500 water samples prepared for this.” before all hillside residents can safely Paradise has been detected only once before
around town, and they have found benzene Those who have assessed the problem say drink, cook or bathe in the water. — during a deadly fire in Santa Rosa last
30 percent of the time. year.

Appeals court backs California laws to protect immigrants

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS people in jail, as well as to throw out a law of detainees puts an impermissible burden ing shows that states’ rights “continue to
barring employers from allowing immigra- on the federal government. thrive.”
SACRAMENTO — A federal appeals court tion officials on their premises unless the But the appellate panel said Mendez can “We continue to prove in California that
on Thursday kept in place three California officials have a warrant. consider rejecting a preliminary injunction the rule of law not only stands for some-
laws intended to protect immigrants, con- The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for that section on other legal grounds. thing but that people cannot act outside of
tinuing the state’s efforts to be a national rejected U.S. District Judge John Mendez’s The U. S. Justice Department did not it,” Becerra said in a statement.
leader in opposing Trump administration reasoning last year for denying a portion of immediately respond to a request for com- California officials have said the immi-
policies. the third law, which requires the state to ment. gration laws promote trust between immi-
The court upheld lower court rulings deny- review detention facilities where immi- California Attorney General Xavier grant communities and law enforcement,
ing the Trump administration’s request to grants are held. It ruled that the section Becerra, who has repeatedly sued the Trump while the administration argued the state is
block law enforcement from providing requiring the state to review circumstances administration mostly over immigration allowing dangerous criminals on the
release dates and personal information of surrounding the apprehension and transfer and environmental decisions, said the rul- streets.
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Five years prison for

Boogie boarder missing Local briefs
off shore of Poplar Beach received a 911
A man is missing after he fell call Monday
off his boogie board Thursday

human trafficking
regarding an
afternoon off the coast of San un r e s p o n s i v e
Mateo County, sheriff’s officials child at a home
said. in Milpitas and
A search has been underway that an officer
By Anna Schuessler tially denied receiving a hit on an automatic since about 3 p.m. for the man,
any domestic license plate reader triggered by performed CPR.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 18, off the coast of Poplar Beach The child was
violence, but information entered by Redwood in Half Moon Bay. taken to a hos-
officers sensed City police into a wanted criminal The man’s friends last saw him Foos Hashi
A man arrested in August on sus- pital where he
she was uneasy database. about 15 yards off shore and he later died but
picion of forcing a woman into and took her to Prosecutors said the woman’s
prostitution and beating her was appeared to be unresponsive and police did not describe his
a temporary mother attended Richardson’s sen- face down in the water, sheriff’s injuries.
sentenced to five years prison shelter facility, tencing hearing Thursday to spokeswoman Detective Police said Foos Abdi Hashi was
Thursday on a felony human traf- police said. describe the harm he did to her Rosemerry Blankswade said. arrested later Wednesday in San
ficking conviction, according to After further daughter, and Richardson alleged- Rescuers are facing challenges
the San Mateo County District Devonne Jose on charges of homicide.
Richardson interviews with ly addressed the court as well, not- such as high surf and low visibili- The department did not release
Attorney’s Office. the woman, ing he was surprised at what the ty from dense fog as well as the any other details on the case.
Devonne Richardson, 29, of Elk investigators learned more about victim had to say and never felt he passage of time.
Grove, received 476 days credit for the allegations against raped her. Blankswade said there is always SF marks 1906 earthquake’s
time served and was ordered by Richardson, according to police. District Attorney Steve rip current prevalent along the
Judge Jeffrey Finigan to register The victim told police that she Wagstaffe said he couldn’t imagine county coast and dangerous surf 113th anniversary Thursday
as a sex offender for life and not to had been working as prostitute for someone convicted of human traf- conditions may have played a part Thursday marked the 113th
have contact with the victim for about a month, and that ficking receiving probation, and in this man going missing. anniversary of the 1906 earth-
10 years. Though he allegedly said Richardson had a wide reach of was glad Richardson received quake and fire in
he understood Richardson is clients throughout the Bay Area. prison time for the crime. Oakland to use cooking San Francisco.
remorseful for his actions, He allegedly threatened to send “Human traffickers belong in oil to operate city vehicles To commemo-
Finigan said he could not justify nude photographs to her parents if state prison and this guy belongs rate the event,
sentencing him to probation she didn’t work for him, police there,” he said. “It’s human slav- Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Mayor London
given the seriousness of the case said. ery.” announced Thursday that the city Breed is set to
and the impact on the 27-year-old The woman told police that Richardson’s defense attorney will begin join Fire Chief
victim, according to prosecutors. Richardson kept all of her money, Alex Bernstein could not be imme- using renew- Joanne Hayes-
able diesel White, Police
Redwood City police were ini- her cellphone and identification, diately reached for comment.
gathered from Chief William
tially alerted on Aug. 18 after and denied her food and forced her
raw materials London Breed Scott and city
responding to a domestic violence to sleep in his car. such as cook-
call downtown, and found that the Richardson was spotted in s up e r v i s o r s ,
(650) 344-5200 ext. 106 ing oil from among others, for an early morn-
suspect had fled. The victim ini- August by Merced police after local business- ing wreath-laying event.
es to operate The wreath will be dedicated to

Sixty days jail for thieving Lyft driver Libby Schaaf

city vehicles.
The city
already has run
its fleet of vehicles on renewable
the victims who lost their lives in
the quake and subsequent fires.
Hundreds of San Franciscans are
also expected to attend the event,
By Anna Schuessler woman when he returned the cred- Kamal allegedly set up a Google diesel since 2015, but Schaaf said which starts at 4:30 a. m. at
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF it, debit and Social Security cards Pay account using her credit card converting raw materials into Lotta’s Fountain at Kearny and
at her assisted living residence information and charged $4,117 diesel is another step in improv- Geary streets. At 5:11 a.m., the
A 37-year-old San Mateo man Feb. 11. The night before, the in purchases to the cards through ing the lives of Oakland residents exact moment the large quake
arrested for fraudulently using the woman accidentally dropped the April 27, 2018. by reducing local emissions from struck 113 years ago, the crowd
debit and credit cards of an 82- cards in his car as he was driving The victim was able to stop the the city’s fleet. will pause for a moment.
year-old woman he drove home as her and four friends from a charges and the San Mateo Police “Grease from French fries at After that, at 5:15 a.m., city
a Lyft driver last year pleaded no Burlingame restaurant where they Department conducted an investi- local restaurants may wind up in officials will head to 20th and
contest to felony fiscal elder abuse had dinner to their home at a San gation into the incident ending the city’s fire trucks,” Schaaf said Church streets for the annual gild-
Thursday and was sentenced to 60 Mateo assisted living residence, earlier this month when they at a news conference in her office ing of the fire hydrant that saved
days jail and three years proba- according to prosecutors. arrested Kamal, according to pros- Thursday morning. the city’s Mission District. To get
tion, according to the San Mateo The woman was allegedly over- ecutors. Oil from grease products and there, the San Francisco
County District Attorney’s Office. joyed when she offered the reward District Attorney Steve waste also will be used. Municipal Transportation Agency
Out of custody on a $100,000 to Kamal, whom she had requested Wagstaffe described Kamal as a will be providing a free streetcar
bail bond, Mohamad Kamal the ride from the night before fraud and a thief for his conduct. Grandmother arrested ride aboard Vintage Streetcar No.
received three days credit for time through the ride-hailing service “That is taking advantage of an in Milpitas toddler’s death 1, Muni’s very first streetcar, first
served, ordered not to work with Lyft. But when she tried to use her elder woman out on a night with put into service in 1912.
Police in Northern California
elders and required to pay the vic- debit card at Trag’s Market some her friends,” he said. “To steal Later on Thursday the city’s
say a 70-year-old woman has been
tim $4,217 in restitution, accord- five days later, she found a stop had from her, that’s outrageous con- Department of Emergency
arrested in the death of her 3-year-
ing to prosecutors. been put on her cards after her bank duct and morally depraved.” Management issued an AlertSF
old grandson.
Kamal is believed to have detected suspicious activity on Kamal’s defense attorney Tenille (emergency alert) test message to
Milpitas Police said they
received a $100 reward from the them, according to prosecutors. Duffy declined comment. commemorate the anniversary.
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St. Patrick’s suspect previously

arrested at New Jersey cathedral
By David Porter “very good people. ... They’re real
and Michael R. Sisak Americans — try to do the right
Two nights before his arrest in
NEW YORK — A college philos- New York, police in Newark arrest-
ophy teacher arrested after enter- ed Lamparello after he wouldn’t
ing St. Patrick’s Cathedral carry- leave the Cathedral Basilica of the
ing two cans of gasoline, lighter Sacred Heart at closing time after a
fluid and butane lighters had also late Mass. Essex County Sheriff
been arrested at a New Jersey Armando Fontoura said Thursday
cathedral this week and had that Lamparello was calm and
booked a Thursday flight to Rome, respectful to the officers but was
the New York Police Department adamant about not leaving.
said. “He said, ‘This is a house of god,
Marc Lamparello, 37, is facing it should be open, I’m not leav-
charges including attempted arson ing. You’ll have to lock me up,”’
and reckless endangerment after Fontoura said.
his arrest Wednesday night at the After he was charged with three
New York City landmark, said minor offenses including defiant
John Miller, the New York Police trespass, emergency medical serv-
Department’s deputy commission- ices personnel examined
er of intelligence and counterter- Lamparello and determined he was-
rorism. n’t a threat. Lamparello’s mother
It happened just days after Notre arrived and the two drove back to
Dame Cathedral in Paris was rav- Hasbrouck Heights in his van,
aged by a fire that investigators according to Fontoura.
said Thursday was most likely “There was no reason to check
electrical. Miller would not dis- REUTERS the van at that point,” he said.
cuss anything Lamparello told Law enforcement stand watch outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan. Lamparello is a philosophy
investigators after his arrest but instructor who has taught at New
stressed that there “doesn’t appear et on a 5:20 p.m. Thursday flight It wasn’t immediately clear reporter when asked about York City’s Lehman and Brooklyn
to be any connection to any ter- to Italy. He didn’t speculate on whether Lamparello had a lawyer Lamparello. colleges and Seton Hall
rorist group or any terrorist-relat- Lamparello’s motivations for who could speak for him. A man Lamparello “wasn’t weird,” said University in New Jersey.
ed intent here.” planning the trip. leaving his parents’ house a neighbor, Salvatore Altomare, Lehman’s website listed him as a
Before going to St. Patrick’s on Lamparello remained in police Thursday in Hasbrouck Heights, adding that he “seemed like ... a Ph. D. candidate at the City
Wednesday, Miller said, custody Thursday and had not been New Jersey, close to New York nice guy, walked a straight line.” University of New York’s Graduate
Lamparello booked a $2,800 tick- arraigned. City, had no comment for a Altomare described the family as Center.

Investigation of illegal painkillers targets 30 in Tennessee

By Adrian Sainz U. S. Attorneys Michael Dunavant said 16 medical pro- distributed 32 million pills, have on to heroin and even more danger-
and Travis Loller Dunavant, in Memphis, and Don fessionals have been charged with been charged nationally, authori- ous things like fentanyl start with
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cochran, in Nashville, held sepa- illegally distributing opioids and ties said in first announcing the prescription opioids.”
rate news conferences detailing other painkillers in west charges Wednesday. They said most Earlier this year, attorneys in
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A doctor allegations against doctors and Tennessee. Cochran said nine were of those charged were from the five the Middle District of Tennessee
who prescribed more than 4 mil- nurse practitioners. The health charged in middle Tennessee. states targeted by the strike force: filed a civil case that temporarily
lion opioid pills, including to a care workers were indicted on fed- Another eight medical profession- Alabama, Kentucky, Ohio, stopped two pharmacies in Clay
pregnant woman who later died, is eral charges stemming from a als were charged in the Knoxville- Tennessee and West Virginia. County from dispensing con-
one of more than 30 medical pro- sweeping investigation by the based Eastern District of Cochran said 650 people died from trolled substances. The county has
fessionals in Tennessee charged federal Appalachian Regional Tennessee, they said. prescription opioids in Tennessee in a population of less than 8,000
with illegally prescribing and dis- Prescription Opioid Strike Force, A total of 60 people, including 2017. He said those deaths aren’t people and the pharmacies dis-
tributing millions of painkillers, launched last year by President 53 medical professionals who “really a good indicator of the prob- pensed 1. 5 million opioids,
federal authorities said Thursday. Donald Trump’s administration. wrote 350,000 prescriptions and lem, because a lot of people who go Cochran said.
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8 Friday • April 19, 2019 WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Police official say short-circuit

likely caused Notre Dame fire
By Elaine Ganley
and Sylvie Corbet

PARIS — Paris police investigators

think an electrical short-circuit most
likely caused the fire at Notre Dame
Cathedral, a police official said
Thursday, as France paid a daylong
tribute to the firefighters who saved
Pope Francis kiss a foot of an inmate during the celebrations the world-renowned landmark.
of the Holy Thursday in Velletri, Italy.
A judicial police official told the
Pope washes feet of inmates, Associated Press that investigators
made an initial assessment of the
cathedral Wednesday but don’t have a
says bishops must be servants green light to search Notre Dame’s
charred interior because of ongoing
By Nicole Winfield safety hazards.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The cathedral’s fragile walls were
being shored up with wooden planks,
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis washed the feet of 12 REUTERS
said the official, who spoke on condi-
prisoners Thursday and urged them to serve one another as Members of Paris Fire Brigade enter the security perimeter to Notre Dame Cathedral.
tion of anonymity because he wasn’t
brothers, as he ushered in the solemn pre-Easter rituals authorized to speak by name about an or the temporary elevators used in the invent something,” Bishop Patrick
made more poignant this year following the devastation of ongoing investigation. renovation work, among other things. Chauvet said.
Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral. Investigators so far believe the fire The prosecutor’s office said only that A crypt containing vestiges dating
Francis travelled to a prison in Velletri, outside Rome, for was accidental, and are questioning “all leads must be explored.” from antiquity is located under the vast
the Holy Thursday service that re-enacts the biblical story both cathedral staff and workers who Since the cathedral will be closed to esplanade.
of Christ washing the feet of his disciples. The Mass opens were carrying out renovations. Some the public for years, the rector of the President Emmanuel Macron has said
the most solemn period in the liturgical calendar, leading up 40 people had been questioned by Catholic parish that worships there he wants Notre Dame to be restored in
to the commemoration of Christ’s crucifixion on Good Thursday, according to the Paris prose- has proposed building a temporary five years, in time for the 2024
Friday and resurrection on Easter. cutor’s office. structure on the plaza in front of the Summer Olympics, which Paris is
Francis has frequently performed the Holy Thursday cere- The police official would not com- Gothic-era landmark, and City Hall hosting. Restoration specialists have
mony at prisons to reinforce his message that even the ment on an unsourced report in Le gave its approval Thursday “subject to questioned the ambitious timeline,
most important figures must serve the most marginal like Parisian newspaper that investigators technical restraints.” with some saying it could take three
slaves, as Jesus did in washing the feet of his disciples. are looking at whether the fire could “The rector has no cathedral for the times that long to rebuild the 850-
“The bishop isn’t the most important. The bishop must have been linked to a computer glitch moment. .... But I’m going to try to year-old architectural treasure.
be the most servant-like,” Francis said.
Directing his message at the prisoners themselves,
Francis urged them to not try to dominate one another, and
to make the fights that break out between them a “fleeting N. Korea says it tested new weapon, wants Pompeo out
thing.” By Foster Klug signals weakness. In a statement
“The biggest must serve the smallest. He who feels and Kim Tong-Hyung Separately, the issued under the
biggest must be the servant,” Francis said. “May this ges- North Korean name of Kwon Jong
ture that I make help us to be more servant-like with one Foreign Ministry Gun, director gener-
another, more friendly, brothers in service.” accused Pompeo of al of the American
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea
said Thursday that it had test-fired a playing down the Affairs Department
new type of “tactical guided weapon,” significance of at the Foreign
its first such test in nearly half a year, comments by leader Ministry, North
and demanded that Washington remove Kim Jong Un, who Korea accused
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from Kim Jong Un said last week that Mike Pompeo Pompeo of “talking
nuclear negotiations. Washington has nonsense” and mis-
until the end of the year to offer mutu- representing Kim’s comments.
The test, which didn’t appear to be of
ally acceptable terms for an agreement During a speech at Texas A&M on
a banned mid- or long-range ballistic
to salvage the high-stakes nuclear Monday, Pompeo said Kim promised
missile that could scuttle negotia-
diplomacy. Both the demand for to denuclearize during his first summit
tions, allows North Korea to show its
Pompeo’s removal from the talks and with President Donald Trump and that
people it is pushing ahead with
the weapon test point to North Korea’s U.S. officials were working with the
weapons development while also reas-
displeasure with the deadlocked nego- North Koreans to “chart a path forward
suring domestic military officials wor-
tiations. so we can get there.”
ried that diplomacy with Washington
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • April 19, 2019 9

‘This is what we stand for’
Recently, I read
Red-tag ordinance
By Mike Nagler “The Library Book”
by Susan Orlean Guest deserves green light
lifetime ago — I was 11 — I about the 1986 fire
went to the movies one at the Los Angeles n the summer of 2016, the San Mateo City Council
Saturday afternoon with my Central Library that was in the midst of discussing tenant protections
parents and brother. The film — “The destroyed 400,000 after a proposal to have a rent increase moratori-
Magnificent Seven” — was playing in books. In the fol- foundation and its volunteers were um. That moratorium was in reaction to a sudden
San Mateo, at the Manor Theatre, lowing days, thou- holding their semi-annual book sale, increase in rents and some city officials’ desire to do
long gone. It was about a Mexican sands of volunteers the proceeds benefiting myriad pro- something about it.
farming village that was raided every from around the city — strangers to grams the library creates for the com- The discussion was leading toward relocation assis-
few months by a gang of outlaws one another — descended upon the munity. Just recently, my wife and I tance for tenants whose rents went up a high amount at
— 40 thieves who swept out of the library to help remove the multitude attended one of these programs about one time — say about 10 percent. However, the move-
hills and stole all the villagers’ of damaged books that hadn’t burned. U.S. Rep. John Lewis and the role he ment was taken over by a ballot initiative for full-
crops, their food. This went on year “They formed a human chain,” played in the civil rights movement. blown rent control. That measure failed by a large mar-
after year. Orlean wrote, “passing the books The sale was packed with people gin after an incredibly contentious campaign, to put it
Eventually, several of the villagers hand over hand from one person to perusing the thousands of books that, mildly.
went to a nearby border town and the next, through the smoky building since the closure of Books Inc., has Rather than hitting reset and taking up the conversa-
hired seven cowboys to help them, and out the door. It was, as if, in this become the largest book sale in the tion again, the discussion about tenant protections
though all they had by way of pay- urgent moment, the people of Los Burlingame community. Within the stagnated as everyone went back to their corners. Yet
ment was a gold watch. It was all they Angeles formed a living library. They walls of that room existed a kind of the underlying concern remained.
possessed of value in the world. But created a system to protect and pass democratic ideal. Here were citizens Sides remain entrenched as the lines are essentially do
still the seven came, and with the vil- along shared knowledge to save what that through their action — even in nothing or do everything.
lagers at their side, drove off the ban- we know for each other, which is what the small action of buying a book The cauldron of compromise
libraries do every day.” — were supporting a civic institution
dits forever. that is the City Council was
This passage got me thinking about that espouses openness and pluralism
It was a movie that certainly won’t not being used to its capaci-
how important — through our public and empathy: noble causes of our
go down in the art annals of filmdom, ty.
service — it is to protect those demo- time. All of us deserve institutions
and as I exited the theater with my Now, nearly three years
cratic cornerstones that espouse our such as this from our country. Even
family into the early evening of 25th deepest values and highest ideals. later, there is a renewed dis-
Avenue, I couldn’t have been any far- the person who arrives with not even
In addition to the scrap of paper cussion on providing the
ther away from Mexican villages and a gold watch to his or her name.
tacked to that bulletin board, so too, most basic protection for ten-
Having a book sale, of course, isn’t
cowboys. But something about that do I remember the importance of ants — officially known as
quite the same thing as rescuing a vil-
film, and the story it had to tell, took books in my parents’ house. I think Property Owner Obligations
lage from marauding thieves. Our
root within me that day and has lived there’s a connection between public with Respect to Tenants
modern world, though, offers up its
in me ever since. service and books. For books can be Displaced from Unsafe or
own unjust threats, and these threats
For here was a group of folks who about the liberty of the mind and Substandard Units but collo-
in their relentlessness can appear
banded together in a cause they imagination, about the freedom grant- overwhelming. But even in this time quially known as a red-tag
believed was just, against great odds, ed by an endless unfolding of ideas when so many of us may feel dispos- ordinance. A similar ordi-
with nothing materially to be gained, and noble purposes — about who we sessed from our most essential demo- nance passed at the county
but who were drawn to the higher pos- are and who we might become. cratic values, we must answer the level for unincorporated areas in 2017 with nary a peep
sibility. And standing together in the In human stories, we are often led to challenge, in large ways and small, so as it simply seeks to ensure that tenants have the abili-
face of the circumstances, change imagine a more perfect world and how that resonating within us is a voice ty to stay in safe housing, and if the unit is no longer
occurred. we might go about creating it. that says: “These are the things that habitable, the property owner pays for relocation
My mother had a scrap of paper I was recalling these things — the matter, this is what we stand for.” expenses. The city’s proposed ordinance is slightly dif-
pinned to her kitchen bulletin board film, the fire and the books of my ferent for several reasons — mainly because of emerg-
that read, “A life of public service is a childhood home — not long ago as I ing concerns, “what ifs” and analysis paralysis.
life of noble purpose.” stood in a large meeting room at the Mik e Nagler is a trustee on the This was also brought up as a city priority in 2018
Public service, of course, can mani- Burlingame Library. The library’s Burlingame Library Board. and brought up again during the 2019 council goal set-
fest itself in a multiplicity of ways. ting session. In 2018, it was phrased: Evaluate adopting
a red tag ordinance. In 2019, it was phrased: Revisit any
unresolved recommendations related to rental protec-

Letter to the editor tions and affordable housing. So, it’s not as if this issue
should be a surprise, or shocking in its intent. To be
honest, this is base level stuff nowhere near the levels
suggested during the November Measure Q campaign.
Redwood City tle reason to be downtown. I, and resolved but I expect Nice is not However, there was concern earlier this year that a
others, came to Redwood City complaining about the current value review board necessitated by some legal cases might
Editor, because at that time home prices of his home. Unfortunately, some appear to be somewhat similar to a rent control board.
After reading Robert Nice’s letter were 20 to 30 percent less expensive people equate change with loss Even though it wouldn’t be, it freaked some people out
about Redwood City (“Redwood than surrounding communities. Our instead of opportunity. There was a and caused the discussion to prolong. The council decid-
City”) that was published on April
city was the dumping ground for great op-ed piece in a major paper a ed it would be the review board. Still, any time a discus-
17, I think he has a bright future in
projects that other communities did- few months ago where the writer sion like this prolongs, it invites more analysis and
the sale of rose-colored glasses.
n’t want, such as jails, rehab facili- said: “I wonder what the people in concern.
I have only been here since 1980
ties, halfway houses and more. We Appalachia and the rust belt are The base goal is establishing an ordinance that keeps
and perhaps Nice dates further back
finally got the Safeway shopping thinking when they read about the tenants safe and healthy in their homes while also pro-
and perhaps those earlier decades
center by economically enticing a people in Silicon Valley whining tecting landlords from frivolous claims. If that is
were the Mayberrylike community he
developer to come to our community reached, and it should be relatively easily, then it should
recalls. However, in the early 1980’s about having too many high paying
the “Deadwood City” moniker was and it has been quite successful. be an ordinance to move forward. The issue is that the
jobs and rising house prices.” conversation is getting away from that central goal and
quite appropriate. There was one This journey in becoming the most
restaurant, Amelia’s, and a couple of exciting city on the Peninsula has delves into the “what abouts” along with the “what ifs”
bars in our downtown. There certain- been 25 years in the making. There Steven Howard that the zealots shake in our faces. What if this leads to
ly wasn’t a parking or traffic prob- certainly have been bumps along the rent control? What if this doesn’t do enough? What if
Redwood City there are unintended consequences? Enough of that.
lem in the evenings as there was  lit- way and there are issues to be
San Mateo has long been a city that can. It had inclu-
sionary zoning and other creative housing programs to
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10 Friday • April 19, 2019 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Zoom zooms, Pinterest pins down Wall Street

High: 26,602.42
SAN FRANCISCO — There’s some tech Low: 26,444.53
jubilance in the air on Wall Street and in Close: 26,559.54
Silicon Valley as a pair of newly public Change: +110.00
companies — Zoom and Pinterest — saw
their stocks soar on their first trading day. OTHER INDEXES
No one wants talk about a bubble, not to
S&P 500: 2905.03 +4.58
mention its prospects for bursting, but the
strong initial performances might reassure NYSE Index: 12,922.71 +15.63
investors with jittery nerves following Nasdaq: 7998.06 +1.98
ride-hailing company Lyft’s disappointing NYSE MKT: 2588.21 -10.62
start less than a month ago.
Zoom Video Communications, which Russell 2000: 1565.75 -1.85
makes video conferencing technology peo- Wilshire 5000: 29,981.13 +37.49
ple use for work, came out as a dark horse (or
perhaps a dark unicorn), its shares surging
about 81% when they began trading and 10-Yr Bond: 2.56 -0.03
Oil (per barrel): 64.01 +0.25
ending the day up 72% at $62. Pinterest Gold : 1,276.80 0.00
Inc., a much better known company that
serves as a digital pinboard for people who
want to see wedding, meal-planning, home
renovation and other ideas, jumped 28% to lumped in with the likes of Snap, Twitter ported apps vying for people’s attention — tool, were “hugely dominant.”
close at $24.40. and Facebook. and advertisers’ money. While the digital “Zoom came along and built just a better
Dan Morgan, senior portfolio manager “There are going to be some compar- advertising space is dominated by Google product,” he said. “They could persuade cus-
for Synovus Trust, said an initial uptick is a isons,” he said in an interview. But he added and Facebook, Pinterest’s believers see the tomers to come to a new vendor and go
good sign. that, coming off of the company’s pre-IPO company as doing something different from through the hassle of establishing a new
“It shows there is still strong demand in “road show” where he spoke to potential both, inspiring people online to do some- relationship.”
the tech sector,” he said. investors, he was “really happy how thing offline, whether that’s remodeling a For all the cautionary tales, there are com-
The surge would be good news for Lyft’s thoughtful investors were,” understanding kitchen or cooking some chicken parmesan. panies like payment processor Square,
larger rival Uber, which is due to go public that Pinterest is about “yourself” and not “Pinterest is tastemakers ... people who which went public at $9 per share, rose 45%
in the next few weeks along with other pos- about entertainment or communication. are curating or defining taste in areas you on the first day of trading and now sell for
sible tech IPOs from workplace messaging If they truly do, that could help Pinterest are interested in,” said Jeremy Levine, a around $70.
service Slack and data analytics company on the long run. Other high-profile compa- partner at early Pinterest investor Bessemer San Francisco-based Pinterest has more
Palantir. nies, such as Twitter and Snap, also had Venture Partners. “A place to get you than 250 million monthly users. Revenue,
“There’s a lot coming down the pipe,” strong initial trading days but then saw inspired about doing something in the real mainly through advertising, reached $736
Morgan added. their stock prices fall substantially in the world.” million last year and the company posted a
Ben Silbermann, Pinterest’s CEO and co- subsequent months. Just three weeks ago, Levine said he doesn’t see Facebook and loss of $63 million.
founder, has long tried to distinguish the Lyft also did well on its first trading day Google’s dominance in digital ads as an Zoom, based in San Jose had $330 mil-
company from social media. Pinterest, after before Wall Street pumped the brakes. Its insurmountable duopoly. He pointed to the lion in revenue last year and profit of $7.6
all, isn’t about sharing with friends and fol- stock is now trading nearly 20% below its software business, where, historically, million, making it one of the few profitable
lowing celebrities. Still, as an ad-support- initial public offering price. companies like SAP, Microsoft and Oracle, technology companies going public this
ed, consumer-facing business, it often gets Pinterest joins a crowded market of ad-sup- or Cisco with its WebEx video conferencing year.

Cuomo: Netflix expanding in Business briefs

NYC, adding jobs, sound stages
NEW YORK — Netflix will expand its
Two Zooms soared after
operations in New York City, adding 127 the IPO: Did you buy the wrong one?
jobs in its Manhattan NEW YORK — One IPO, two stocks zoom-
marketing and develop- ing higher. Investors on Thursday pounced on
ment office and building their first chance to buy shares of Zoom Video
six sounds stages in Communications, the video-conferencing
Brooklyn where thou- company that had its initial public offering of
sands of productions jobs stock. It shares surged 72.2% from their IPO
will be located, New York price of $36.
officials announced But others may have mistakenly bought
Thursday. Zoom Technologies, a company whose stock
Andrew Cuomo Gov. Andrew Cuomo was trading for less than a penny in February
said the San Jose-based and whose shares were delisted from the
entertainment video-streaming service will Nasdaq in 2014. Its total market value is less
invest up to $100 million in the city by than one-thousandth of the more famous
relocating from its Manhattan office to its Zoom.
new corporate offices in the city’s Flatiron REUTERS FILE PHOTO
District and building the sounds stages in Facebook says more Instagram Elon Musk exits after attending an S.E.C. hearing at the Manhattan Federal Courthouse.
Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. passwords exposed than thought
“We’re proud Netflix chose New York to
grow its business, and we look forward to
the jobs, economic activity and world-class
SAN FRANCISCO — Millions more
Instagram users were affected by a password
Musk, SEC get another week
productions this project will bring,” Cuomo
said in a statement.
security lapse than parent company Facebook
acknowledged nearly four weeks ago. to reach deal in contempt case
Empire State Development, the state’s The social media giant said in late March THE ASSOCIATED PRESS without approval in February.
main economic development agency, that it had inadvertently stored passwords in Nathan had ordered both sides to meet for
offered Netflix up to $4 million in tax cred- plain text, making it possible for its thou- NEW YORK — Lawyers for Tesla CEO at least an hour to work out their differences
its over 10 years if it reaches its goal of cre- sands of employees to search them. It said the Elon Musk and U.S. securities regulators are and if they couldn’t, she would rule on
ating 127 Manhattan jobs and retaining passwords were stored on internal company getting another week to negotiate a deal to whether to hold Musk in contempt.
another other 32 by 2024. servers, where no outsiders could access keep Musk from being found in contempt of The settlement was reached last October
them. court. after Musk tweeted that he had secured fund-
Both sides say in a letter filed Thursday ing to take Tesla private when in fact he had
with a federal court in New York that they not. The tweet sent Tesla’s stock on a wild
talked for over an hour this week and are ride and the SEC says it harmed investors
continuing to discuss an agreement. District who bought shares after the tweet but before
Judge Alison Nathan granted the request to they had accurate information.
talk until April 25. The SEC says Musk violated the agree-
Lawyers for the Securities and Exchange ment when he tweeted about vehicle produc-
Commission asked the court to find Musk in tion in February without approval.
contempt for violating a settlement order The 13-word tweet said Tesla would pro-
that requires Musk’s tweets to be approved duce around 500,000 vehicles this year. But
by a lawyer if they disclose important com- it wasn’t approved by Tesla’s “disclosure
pany facts. counsel,” and the SEC said Musk had not
Nathan had ordered both sides to meet and sought a lawyer’s approval for a single
work out differences by Thursday. tweet.
The settlement was reached last year after Musk argued the tweet didn’t need
Musk tweeted he had secured funding to take approval because it wasn’t new information
Tesla private even though he had not. The that was meaningful to investors. His attor-
SEC says Musk violated that agreement neys said the SEC was violating his First
when he tweeted about vehicle production Amendment right to free speech.
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Giants fall to Nats in series finale
Friday • April 19, 2019

Sharks stay alive in Game 5

By Josh Dubow
Sharks 5, Golden Knights 2
ing the Golden Knights 5-2 in Game 5 of three straight games where the
SAN JOSE — Tomas Hertl provided of their first-round series Thursday Sharks fell behind less than 90 sec-
the fast start and Martin Jones deliv- night. onds into the game. That helped steady
ered the key saves that helped the “It’s huge, in our building too the team and the Sharks delivered a
Sharks flip the script in their playoff because right away from the first complete performance to send the
series against Vegas. minute we get the fans behind our series back to Vegas for Game 6 on
Hertl scored the first of his two goals back,” Hertl said. “They helped us. Sunday with the Golden Knights lead-
just 76 seconds into the game, Jones They were cheering all game. It’s huge. ing 3-2.
JOHN HEFTI/USA TODAY SPORTS delivered his biggest save to preserve ... Finally we have a great start.” Logan Couture, Barclay Goodrow
Tomas Hertl, center right, celebrates with Joe Thornton, center the lead in the third period and the Hertl’s early goal gave San Jose its
left, and Joe Pavelski right Thursday at the Shark Tank. Sharks staved off elimination by beat- first lead since Game 1 and ended a run See SHARKS, Page 16

Dubs 132, Clippers 105

Dons are CCS bound

By Terry Bernal

The momentum wasn’t going Aragon’s

way early during the Peninsula Athletic
League boys’ tennis tournament finals.
With Dons head coach Dave Owdom hav-
ing to reshuffle his doubles lineup due to
injury, visiting Carlmont was looking to do
something it hasn’t done this season
— defeat Aragon — after the Scots dropped
both regular-season matchups with their
neighbors to the north. KELVIN KUO/USA TODAY SPORTS
If there’s one thing Owdom stresses with Kevin Durant, right, and Clippers forward
his players, though, it’s consistency. And JaMychal Green react after they both receive
that consistency won the day as Aragon ral- a technical foul Thursday at Staples Center.
lied for a 4-3 victory to earn the PAL tourna-
ment title, and with it clinching the league’s
second automatic berth to the Central Coast
Section team playoffs.
“We tried to keep an upbeat attitude and
Warriors back
didn’t let anything get to us,” Aragon fresh-
man Ryan Firestone said.
Firestone, playing at No. 2 doubles, was
in the saddle
By Beth Harris
one of the players who figured in Aragon’s
lineup shuffle. With senior Rithik Booreddy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
— one half of the usual No. 1 doubles team
—  out due to injury, Owdom was forced to LOS ANGELES — Kevin Durant scored 38
move up Randy Liu from No. 2 doubles to points, Stephen Curry added 21 playing
the featured court. with five fouls, and the Warriors dominated
Firestone — who played at No. 4 singles from the opening tip to beat the Los
in Wednesday’s PAL semifinal win over Angeles Clippers 132-105 Thursday night
Mills — shifted to the No. 2 doubles court and take a 2-1 lead in their first-round play-
and powered through with senior Sean Hsu off series.
for a 6-4, 7-5 victory. The Warriors began the game on a 22-9
“I tried to figure out what the best lineup was tear and went on to shoot 73% from the floor
and it ended up working out,” Owdom said. in the first, taking the crowd out of it early.
Carlmont had the early advantage, taking Durant was perfect, making all five of his
the first set in four of the seven matches. field goals and both free throws for 12 points.
Scots No. 1 single Milad Shafaie enjoyed a He and Curry picked up two fouls each, but the
dominant showing, defeating senior Daniel Warriors still built a 19-point lead.
Li 6-2, 6-1. Kevon Looney, again filling in for injured
During the break after Shafaie’s first-set DeMarcus Cousins, shot 4 for 4 in the first,
win, the junior surveyed the court cautiously dunking three times in a row.
confident. Carlmont’s regular-season record Game 4 is Sunday at Staples Center.
against Aragon was looming overhead The Clippers won Game 2 on the road after
though, as the Dons won both matchups by trailing by 31 points in the third quarter,
scores of 5-2 and 4-3, respectively. stunning the Warriors with the largest come-
“I saw all the matches were in it and every- back in NBA playoff history.
one had a chance to win,” Milad Shafaie But they couldn’t find the basket this
said. “So, I just did my best to spark it … TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL time, shooting 37% from the floor.
Aragon No. 2 single Daniel Duan hits a forehand in his 6-1, 6-2 win as the the Dons downed
See TENNIS, Page 14 Carlmont 4-3 in the PAL boys’ tennis tournament finals Thursday in San Mateo. See DUBS, Page 14

Oakland extends red-hot Davis through ’21

By Janie McCauley for 2020 and ’21, which increased Davis’ guarantee to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS $50.25 million over three years.
“Oakland has been a special place for me since I arrived,”
OAKLAND — At spring training, Khris Davis expressed Davis said. “I love playing here in front of our fans, and my
his desire to stay with the Oakland Athletics on a long-term teammates make this feel, like a family. I never hid the fact
contract for the next several seasons. He wants to build that I wanted to stay in Oakland because that is how I feel
something special in the East Bay, while keeping up his and I’m glad that I can continue to call the city of Oakland
remarkable home run pace. my baseball home. This team has a bright future, and I’m
Davis now has the new deal he so wanted, after patiently thrilled to be a part of it.”
waiting for it to get done. Davis hit a majors-best 48 home runs last season while D. ROSS CAMERON/USA TODAY SPORTS
Davis’ contract, announced by the team Thursday, takes Khris Davis signed a new contract with the A’s, it was
him through the 2021 season. The deal adds $33.75 million See DAVIS, Page 13 announced Thursday, adding $33.75M to his previous deal.
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Pass rush or more picks is

question for 49ers at No. 2
By Josh Dubow

SANTA CLARA — San Francisco

coach Kyle Shanahan knows his
team can go in one of two direc-
tions with the No. 2 overall pick
in the NFL draft.
Take the top available pass rush-
er to help upgrade a defense that
struggled to create takeaways last TREVOR RUSZKOWSKI/USA TODAY SPORTS
year or move down in the draft and Raiders general manager Mike Mayock has a spoils of riches in the first
accumulate additional draft picks. round thanks to trades of superstars Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper.
Which direction the 49ers go,
remains to be seen.
“You know you’re going to get a
good player with the second pick,
Raiders have three first-round
and that really helps your organi-
zation for a number of years, hav-
Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa is projected to be one of the top picks
available at No. 2 overall in the NFL draft.
picks in GM Mayock’s first draft
ing that rookie contract, ” By Josh Dubow ed two first-round picks.
Shanahan said. Shanahan said. “We’ve been pret- throughout his career and isn’t THE ASSOCIATED PRESS This draft is considered to be
“If you can add anything with a ty stacked with some inside pass seen as the long-term answer. deep with pass rushers, including
trade that you feel can improve rush, adding an outside pass rush ALAMEDA — Mike Mayock Nick Bosa, Josh Allen, Montez
your team more, you don’t hesitate has been of huge importance to us, Safety first won’t exactly get to ease into his Sweat and Brian Burns on the out-
to do that. Things come up, and I and it started with getting Dee.” new role as Oakland Raiders gener- side, and Quinnen Williams and Ed
San Francisco was expected to
know they’ll continue to come up al manager after spending years as Oliver on the inside.
be in the running for a starting
all the way until draft day. I know Adding picks free safety in free agency, but a draft analyst. Now it’s about making the right
we’re going to get a good player at Mayock knows he will be high- choices.
One reason the Niners might be opted not to get into a bidding war
No. 2, and if not, it’s because ly scrutinized with three first- “On paper it looks great, ”
eager to trade down is the fact they for Earl Thomas and brought back
we’re getting a very good trade at round picks thanks to coach Jon Gruden said. “When you start
have only six picks coming into oft-injured Jimmie Ward instead.
No. 2. It should be a win-win Gruden’s much-criticized trades studying the tape, you have to
the draft. San Francisco has no Adrian Colbert, who showed
regardless.” that sent franchise building decide for yourself. Some of these
picks in the fifth or seventh promise as a seventh-round pick
The decision on what to do may blocks Khalil Mack and Amari guys, like I just said, are a bit mys-
rounds, but does have a compensa- in 2017, struggled last year before
not be made until after Arizona Cooper out of town as part of a terious, because they’re young,
tory pick in the sixth. Shanahan being sidelined with a season-end-
decides what to do with the top massive rebuilding project in they’re underclassmen, they didn’t
and general manager John Lynch ing ankle injury and the team
pick. If the Cardinals go ahead and Oakland. play a high percentage of snaps.”
have shown an affinity for mov- could seek an upgrade.
take quarterback Kyler Murray first The first big step in that process
ing around in the draft the past two
overall, it might take a mega offer
years, trading down from No. 2 in Around the corner begins with the draft, where the Sweet spot
to persuade the Niners to trade Raiders hold the fourth, 24th and While the Raiders are in prime
2017 and then back into the first Richard Sherman played well in
down and pass up the top projected 27th picks in the first round. position with four of the top 35
round to grab Reuben Foster. San his first season in San Francisco,
defensive end in Ohio State’s Nick “As Jon keeps telling me, picks in the draft, they won’t pick
Francisco also moved up in the but the other cornerback spot was
Bosa or defensive tackle in ‘Don’t mess it up, dude. I took a lot again until No. 106, having traded
second round last year to take WR a problem all year as 2017 third-
Quinnen Williams. of slings to get you three first- away their third-rounder for
Dante Pettis. rounder Ahkello Witherspoon
But if Bosa ends up going first, round picks,”’ Mayock said. “We Antonio Brown. Mayock called
the 49ers might be willing to struggled. Injury-plagued Jason
move down and take one of the
Catch it while you can Verrett was signed in the offsea-
laugh about it all the time but ... I the picks from about 20 to 60 the
don’t feel any pressure about it. I sweet spot in the draft where some
several other available edge rush- Finding a receiver will likely be son, but can’t be counted on to love it and embrace it because it’s
a priority in the draft with the sec- stay healthy. Finding a rookie to of the safest picks happen and he
ers in a deep draft at the position, going to give us an opportunity to would like to get more picks in
especially if another team is will- ond or third round a likely spot to compete for that spot figures to be continue to try to turn the corner
go in that direction. Pettis showed a priority and San Francisco also that range if possible.
ing to trade a premium to move up here and become a good football “I’d love to get a couple more
for Murray. some positive signs as a rookie needs to start looking for a team, and I think what it really
and Marquise Goodwin has proven replacement down the road for the picks in there. I just think we have
However the draft plays out, the gives us is flexibility and that’s a lot of holes that need to be
Niners want to get an impact to be an adequate deep threat when 31-year-old Sherman. what I love about it.”
healthy. filled,” he said. “I think that’s a
defensive player to team with new Finding a replacement for Mack really good place to go fishing.”
pass rusher Dee Ford to improve a But San Francisco could use Just for kicks will be paramount in the draft after
another option in the intermediate
defense that set an NFL record for
game to team with prolific TE
The Niners lost punter Bradley the Raiders had an NFL-low 13 QB quest
futility with just seven takeaways Pinion in free agency and could sacks last season following the
last season. George Kittle. Jordan Matthews be in the market for a new one Mayock and Gruden have publicly
deal that sent the 2016 AP
“The better your pass rush is, was signed this offseason, but has despite signing Justin Vogel in Defensive Player of the Year to
that hides a lot of problems, ” had problems with injuries the offseason. Chicago for a package that includ- See DRAFT, Page 16
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Belt and Bochy ejected as Giants drop finale in DC “As big leaguers we make adjustments. He’s
By David Ginsburg
Nationals 4, Giants 2 got to do the same thing,” Belt said. “We put
too much into this game to have at-bats taken
WASHINGTON — San Francisco manager away. That’s a tough pill to swallow.”
Bruce Bochy was tossed in the fifth inning Asked about the third strike that got him
and left fielder Brandon Belt was ejected in the ousted, Belt said, “At no point was it a strike.
seventh after he threw down his helmet in dis- That’s the tough thing.”
gust over a called third strike. San Francisco starter Drew Pomeranz (0-2)
“I probably said something. It wasn’t very gave up four runs and six hits in 4 2/3
nice,” Belt said. innings. He struck out seven but walked
That’s about all the noise the Giants made three.
in Thursday’s three-game series finale in After the Giants went down in order to start
Washington D.C. the game, Ryan Zimmerman hit a two-out RBI
Nationals starter Patrick Corbin took a double in the bottom half for a 1-0 lead. San
one-hitter into the eighth inning to earn his Francisco is the only team in the majors that
first win with Washington, and the Nats beat hasn’t scored in the first and is 6 for 63 (.095)
the punchless Giants 4-2. in the inning.
Corbin (1-0) struck out nine, walked one In the third, Anthony Rendon extended his
and a hit a batter over 7 2/3 innings against a career-best hitting streak to 16 games with a
struggling San Francisco offense that came in two-out double and scored on a double by Juan
with a .208 average. The lone hits against the Soto.
29-year-old were a fifth-inning double by Wilmer Difo hit a solo shot in the fourth,
Evan Longoria and a two-out RBI double by and Pomeranz was lifted after issuing a bases-
Erik Kratz in the eighth. loaded walk in the fifth.
After Kratz broke up the shutout, Corbin
exited to cheers from most of the 26,085 fans Trainer’s room
at the weekday afternoon game in the nation’s
capital. Tyler Austin started at first base after miss-
Kyle Barraclough entered and retired pinch- ing six games with inflammation in his right
hitter Buster Posey. Sean Doolittle worked elbow. Asked if he was concerned about the
the ninth, giving up three hits and a run while elbow, Bochy replied, “To be honest, yes.
earning his second save. GEOFF BURKE/USA TODAY SPORTS That’s why he’s not in left field.”
The Giants had problems with Corbin’s Brandon Belt, right, is restrained by Giants bench coach Hensley Meulens after being ejected
fastball and the strike zone of plate umpire by umpire Ryan Additon in the seventh inning Thursday at Nationals Park. Up next
Ryan Additon. Bochy, who was ejected after arguing a zone was too big. Belt had no chance.” Madison Bumgarner (1-2, 3.12 ERA) opens
For the Giants, it was an unfortunate case of fifth-inning called strike on Belt, said, “It There were a combined 23 strikeouts in the a three-game series in Pittsburgh on Friday
subtraction by Additon. was frustrating for some of those hitters. That game, 12 of them called. night.

Davis agreed in January to a $16.5 mil- Following two straight slow free-agent MLB brief
DAVIS lion, one-year contract and would have been
eligible for free agency after this season.
Oakland general manager David Forst had
markets, Davis joined Chris Sale, Justin
Verlander, Nolan Arenado, Paul
Goldschmidt, Xander Bogaerts and Aaron
Mariners win wild one over Angels
Continued from page 11 said since last season ended that signing Hicks in agreeing to a long-term deal and ANAHEIM — Jay Bruce delivered a
Davis long-term was a top priority, but also foregoing open bidding after the World tiebreaking pinch-hit RBI single in the
communicated with the slugger about the Series. ninth, and the Seattle Mariners blew a late
Davis hit a majors-best 48 home runs last eight-run lead before rallying for an 11-10
season while setting a career high with need to put other pieces of the roster togeth- Gerrit Cole, Madison Bumgarner, Didi
er first to try to build a consistent con- victory over the Angels Thursday night.
123 RBIs, helping send the 97-win A’s Gregorius and Anthony Rendon top the Ryon Healy homered twice and drove in
back to the playoffs for the first time in tender. potential free-agent group for now. five runs, and Omar Narvaez added a three-
four years. He is leading the majors again Davis was fine with that. Oakland had No tes : RHP Edwin Jackson, who reached a run shot as the Mariners snapped a six-game
with 10 home runs so far this season and is Thursday off, and the A’s designated hitter minor league deal last week to rejoin the A’s, is skid even after wasting a 10-2 lead heading
batting .260 with 20 RBIs. was scheduled to hold a news conference in Arizona preparing before he begins pitching to the bottom of the seventh.
“I never think he’s cold, I don’t care if he’s Friday at the Coliseum. in some games for Triple-A Las Vegas. Jackson David Fletcher hit a tying homer leading
striking out, I don’t care if he’s getting out,” “Whatever works best for the organiza- went 6-3 with a 3.33 ERA in 17 starts and 92 off the eighth after the Angels put up seven
Astros manager AJ Hinch said Tuesday. “We tion,” Davis said in February. “For me per- innings for Oakland last season, joining his runs in the seventh.
had some success last series against him but sonally, I just want to focus on this year. I 13th major league club after opting out of his But the Mariners rallied against Angels
I never take that for granted. He’s one swing don’t like to get ahead of myself or look minor league contract with the Nationals. He closer Cody Allen (0-1) for their ninth win
away from changing the entire complexion back in the past and play in the past. I just would get paid a $2 million salary while in the in 10 road games this season.
of any game. When the lineup rolls around, if try to focus on the now. Whatever comes majors, if he if is added to the 40-man roster. He Mitch Haniger got a one-out single and
he’s hot, its’ very dangerous, if he’s cold it’s long-term is going to come. If they want me could earn $500,000 in performance bonuses scored on a single to left through the Angels’
even more dangerous because you think that here long-term they’re going to get some- based on starts: $150,000 each for 15 and 18, defensive shift by Bruce, who went 1 for 18
might be the next at-bat that he breaks out.” thing done.” and $200,000 for 20. on Seattle’s winless six-game homestand.
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NBA playoffs
Spurs 118, Nuggets 108 TENNIS
SAN ANTONIO — Derrick White had a career-high 36 Continued from page 11
points and the Spurs beat the Denver Nuggets, withstanding
a first-half lapse to take a 2-1 lead in the first-round series.
Nikola Jokic had 22 points, eight rebounds and seven because any match could go either
assists for Denver. way.”
Game 4 is Saturday in San Antonio, where the Spurs are 3- That it did, as Aragon showed off its
0 against the Nuggets this season. depth at the lower seeds. Dons No. 3
White attacked Nuggets point guard doubles Jason Hauk and Nicky Dobbs
Jamal Murray from the opening tip after embodied the turnaround, rallying back
being on the receiving end of Murray’s from a first-set loss to win it 2-6, 6-1,
career outing Tuesday night. Murray had 6-3.
only six points, a game after scoring 21 Aragon No. 4 single Arnav Kothari
of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to also proved a motivator. While his
help Denver overcome a 19-point deficit opponent Carlmont senior Siddarth
to even the series. Srmivasan ultimately won the
White set his career high after being Derrick White matchup, Kothari managed to battle TERRY BERNAL
fouled by Paul Millsap on a driving layup his way back after a lopsided first-set Above: Aragon No. 2
that bounced off the side of the rim, hit the backboard and loss. Srmivasan needed three sets for a doubles Ryan Firestone,
fell in to give the Spurs a 99-89 lead with 8:52 remaining. 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 victory but, with the out- right, and Sean Hsu
White added five rebounds, five assists and three steals come being prolonged, it helped celebrate during their 6-4,
while shooting 12 for 17. The point guard matched his Aragon pick up steam. By the time the 7-5 win in the PAL boys’
overall career high with 26 points in the first half. No. 4 singles match was completed, tennis tournament finals
DeMar DeRozan took over after that, scoring 21 of his 25 the Dons had already clinched the team Thursday at Aragon.
points in the second half. LaMarcus Aldridge added 18 win. Right: Carlmont No. 1 Milad
points and 11 rebounds, and Rudy Gay had 11 points and 10 “Depth is very important,” Milad Shafaie hits a backhand in
rebounds. Malik Beasley added 20 points for Denver. Shafaie said. “I think they might be a his 6-2, 6-1 victory.
little deeper than us. … It came down to
maybe them competing a little bit This season, Leventhal swept Cho But it’s a blessing now.”
Sixers 131, Nets 115 through two regular-season matches In Thursday’s other matches: Aragon
NEW YORK — Ben Simmons scored a career playoff-high Carlmont is known for its outpour- and Wednesday’s playoff showdown. No. 2 single Daniel Duan defeated
31 points, Tobias Harris added 29 points and 16 rebounds ing of emotions, and the volume of its “I worked hard and was able to better Daniel Avakaki 6-1, 6-2; and Carlmont
and Philadelphia shook off the absence of Joel Embiid to sometimes raucous on-court celebra- myself,” Leventhal said. No. 1 doubles Jerry Liu and Iman
take a 2-1 series lead over Brooklyn. tions after contentious points, espe- But it was Aragon’s ability to solve Shafaie defeated Randy Liu and Richard
Without their All-Star man in the mid- cially at No. 3 singles. Scots team cap- the doubles lineup that won the day. Tang 6-2, 3-6, 6-4.
dle, the 76ers relied on Simmons slash- tain Chris Cho has been a sparkplug all Firestone — one of two freshmen in Carlmont still has a chance to qualify
ing to the basket, and Harris and JJ season in this sense. With Aragon sen- the Aragon starting lineup, along with for the CCS team playoffs but must
Redick shooting from the perimeter. ior Ilan Leventhal hammering past Dobbs at No. 3 doubles — had a good now rely on an at-large berth to do so.
Simmons was 11 for 13 from the field, Cho in straight sets, however, it left a feeling near the start of the second set Seeding will be announced one week
repeatedly getting to the rim even with void in the Scots’ typical rally-cry that things were going the Dons’ way, from this coming Sunday.
the Nets sagging well off him in hopes vibrato. he said, when he had low backhand Prior to CCS selections being
he would shoot a jumper. He added nine “Let them scream and yell,” Owdom drop short for a point. announced, the PAL individual playoffs
assists and eventually quieted a crowd said of what he preaches to his players. His doubles partner, Hsu, is one of begin next Tuesday, where Milad
that loudly booed him every time he Ben Simmons “You’ll win some points and they’ll six seniors on Aragon’s roster. Four of Shafaie will be looking to improve on
touched the ball early. Harris had his shut up.” them were in the lineup Thursday. his fourth-place finish last season.
playoff highs in both points and rebounds, and was 6 for 6 Leventhal and Cho have a long his- “We’ve got six very talented seniors “I think I’m playing a little better
from 3-point range. Redick was 5 of 9 behind the arc and tory. Last season, Cho won both regu- on the team,” Owdom said. “That’s going into it this year than I was last
finished with 26 points. lar-season matchups between the two. going to be tough to replace next year. year,” he said.
Embiid warmed up before the game but the 76ers
announced shortly before the start that the All-Star center

wouldn’t be available because of a sore left knee. Greg added 15 each off the bench. Durant had 27 points at halftime
Monroe started in his place and had nine points and 13 Los Angeles never led and failed to when the Warriors led 73-52.
rebounds. put together any kind of sustained run.
D’Angelo Russell and Caris LeVert each scored 26 points Golden State’s biggest run came in
Continued from page 11 The Warriors controlled the boards,
for the Nets. They have dropped the last two games after sur- the third at the same time Curry was
prising the No. 3 seed in the opener in Philadelphia. whistled for his fourth foul. The 50-43, led by Andrew Bogut with 14.
Their only starter in double figures Warriors scored 14 straight points to ... They had 35 assists.

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THURSDAY Local sports roundup WEDNESDAY
Girls’ lacrosse Baseball 25-17, 25-17. The Bearcats remained com- Track and field
petitive and had a couple of good individual
Menlo-Atherton 11, Menlo 10 Serra 6 Sacred Heart Cathedral 5 performances. Landon Finn earned eight kills Welcome home, Menlo Knights
Menlo-Atherton (7-5 overall, 5-3 WBAL) Extra innings were needed to determine a and his teammate Jayce Gispan got 20 digs. The Menlo track team, led by middle-dis-
defeated Menlo for the second time in 12 winner as Serra pulled off the victory in walk- Menlo Atherton (7-6, 7-6) has had an up-and- tance phenom Charlotte Tomkinson, has
years. After a high-scoring first half, a off fashion. Sacred Heart Cathedral opened up down season but, with two straight wins, the enjoyed a groundbreaking year. Wednesday,
defensive battled ensued in the second. the scoring with three runs in the first. Teams Bears are looking to get hot and make a late- the Knights broke ground on their home track
Menlo (8-4, 6-2) was down by one with 47 would exchange runs in the middle innings, season run. for the first time since its being refurbished,
seconds left in the game and got a couple of but it was the three runs the Padres scored in marking the first home meet at Menlo School
great scoring opportunities in the final sec- the sixth that tied the game up and sent it into College baseball since 2014-15.
onds, but M-A goalie Jillian Mullarkey made extras. Serra utilized seven pitchers and need- Tomkinson led the team victory, anchoring
clutch saves to prevent overtime. Menlo- ed every one of them to pull of the comeback. San Mateo 8, San Francisco 1 the girls’ relay wins in the 4x100 in 50.60
Atherton’s Paige Wolfenden and Charlotte A pinch hit two-run home run off the bat of CSM (13-4 Coast Golden Gate) extended seconds, and in the 4x400 in 4 minutes, 9.30
Swisher combined for seven of the teams 11 Serra junior Logan Azem was the drive of the their winning streak to seven to maintain a seconds.
goals, and Theresa McGannon finished the game and swung the momentum in the Padres’ first-place tie with Mission in the Coast Junior sprinter Michelle Louie topped the
game with three goals and two assists. direction. Golden Gate Conference with three games to podium in both the girls’ 100 in 12.74, and
go. Bulldogs pitcher Sean Prozell performed the 200 in 25.94.
Softball Sequoia 12, Mills 11 well and pitched a complete game. He gave up Sophomore Kamran Murray was a double
Sequoia (6-10 overall, 3-4 PAL Ocean) won six hits, one walk and struck out ten. The lone winner, hitting the tape in the boys’ 1,600 in
Aragon 7, Capuchino 1 bright spot for San Francisco (0-17) came off
Aragon (10-4 overall, 5-2 PAL Bay) in walk-off fashion in this high-scoring 4:44.23 and in the 3,200 in 10:13.91.
thriller. Sequoia scored in every inning the bat of Caden Clark. He hit a solo home run Junior hurdler Morgan West took first place
pitcher Holly Fletcher threw four perfect in the bottom of the second to tie the game up
innings in relief, and she except for one. Sequoia held an 8-5 lead in the boys’ 300 hurdles in 47.12 seconds,
going into the sixth inning, but that’s when at 1. The game would remain close until San and also took second place in the long jump
got all of the run support Mateo drove across six runs in the sixth
she needed when the Mills (1-15, 0-8) came back and erupted for with a best of 16 feet, 7 inches.
six runs to give them a 11-8 lead. Sequoia inning. In the center of the action was JJ Ota
Dons scored four runs in and Danny Carnazzo. They combined for six
the third inning. would tie the game in the bottom half of the
of the team’s 10 hits.
Capuchino (5-12, 2-6) sixth and scored the game winner in the sev- Menlo 8, Terra Nova 0
only had five base run- enth. Sequoia senior Fabian Nolasco went 3 Julien Hernandez fired a four-hit shutout at
for 4 with a run and an RBI. The 8 and 9 hit- Ohlone 5, Skyline 2
ners all game and the lack The score was tied for most of the game home to lead Menlo to its eighth straight
of offensive production ters also had a good day at the plate. win. The junior right-hander struck out six in
Freshmen Nick Swee and sophomore Ben until Ohlone (29-7 overall, 12-2 Coast
Holly Fletcher cost them. Aragon fresh- Singler both had two hits, two runs and two Pacific) drove in three runs in the ninth earning his team-best fifth win. His starting-
man Megan Grant went inning to edge out Skyline (20-15, 8-6). Luke rotation counterpart, Justin Nam, powered
2-4 with three RBIs. Her teammate Olivia RBIs. the Knights with a solo home run in the sec-
O’Brien hit a solo shot to give his team a 3-2
DiNardo scored four runs after going 3 for 4 ond inning, his third of the year. Nam added a
Aragon 5, San Mateo 2 lead. Two insurance runs were driven in by
at the plate. double amid a four-run rally in the first inning
Aragon (14-3 overall, 7-1 PAL Ocean) sen- Dalton Vanhille’s two RBI double Vanhille against Terra Nova starting pitcher Andrew
San Mateo 7, Burlingame 0 ior Conor Hourigan’s grand slam in the fifth finished the day going 2-4 with three RBI’s Harkness, who working four innings in tak-
San Mateo (8-4 overall, 5-3 PAL Bay) inning proved to be the difference. The game and a run. Renegades starting pitcher Ryan ing the loss. His record falls to 3-3.
sophomore Sage Hager only surrendered five was tied 1-1 up until that point. Aragon sen- Robinson pitched well in eight innings of
hits and one walk while striking out three in ior Adam Bever pitched a complete game and work and only surrendered three hits and two Boys’ volleyball
her complet- game shutout. Burlingame (8-5, surrendered two runs on ten hits and struck out runs while striking out five. The Trojans went
five. San Mateo (10-7, 4-4) out-hit Aragon quietly in the ninth as Zac Patterson got his Hillsdale 3, Mills 0
4-4) couldn’t get anything going offensively Two Hillsdale attackers notched double-
while San Mateo consistently put runners on 10-7, but the lack of timely hitting with run- fourth save of the season.
ners in scoring position cost them. digit kills to make quick work of Mills 25-
base. Bearcats senior Kylie Galea contributed 10, 25-10, 25-10. The symmetry was built
three RBIs and her teammate Monet Scheller College softball around Noah MacLean’s match-high 11 kills
went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Woodside 2, El Camino 1 San Mateo 25, Chabot 0 as well as Jack Vallee’s 10. Setter Robert
Both teams only combined for eight hits in San Mateo (36-2 overall, 13-0 Coast Sapienza was credited with 59 assists. The
Carlmont 15, Woodside 0 this pitching duel. Woodside (9-7 overall, 5- Conference North) extended their state-best Fighting Knights (11-2 PAL Bay, 12-3 over-
Carlmont (10-8 overall, 7-1 PAL Bay) 3 PAL Ocean)  jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the winning streak to 29 games. Home runs by all) improve to 11-2 in Bay Division games
pitcher Sanni Karhiaho threw a no-hitter after second and that was all the run support senior Amanda Ubois-Weitenhagen, Kaylyn to remain in second place, one game ahead of
the mercy rule was implemented after four Joseph King needed. He gave up two hits, Sterling, Riley Donovan and Avery Revera third-place Aragon. Mills (2-11, 2-11) falls
innings of play. Carlmont wasted no time and five walks and struck out eight in five innings accounted for 10 of CSM’s 25 runs. Ubois- to 2-11.
exploded for eight runs in the first inning, of work. His teammate Anthony Acevedo Weitenhagen is having a monster year and
and scored multiple runs in every inning secured the two-inning save and shut down ranks second in the state with 12 home runs. Sequoia 3, El Camino 2
besides the third. The Woodside pitching staff the El Camino (5-8, 2-5) offense. She also has a .495 batting average and .979 Sequoia (1-11 PAL Bay, 1-13 overall)
struggled with its command and surrendered slugging percentage. Chabot (2-21, 1-11) earned its first win of the year against El
multiple walks.   The Scots only had seven Boys’ volleyball struggled to get anything going offensively. Camino (0-11), battling back from a first-set
hits as a team but the walks led to many scor- Menlo-Atherton 3, San Mateo 0 Bulldogs pitcher Kait Gretch pitched a near loss to win it 21-25, 25-23, 25-22, 22-25,
ing opportunities. Carlmont senior Grace San Mateo (11-8 overall, 8-4 PAL) got perfect game and only gave up one hit. She is 15-11. No individual statistics were reported
Heck went 1 for 3 with three RBIs and a run. overpowered and lost in straight sets 25-19, now 5-0 with a 0.57 ERA on the season. by the PAL.
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power play of their own when the opener.

NHL playoffs
SHARKS Marchessault was called for high-
sticking Couture in the face. The ref-
erees initially didn’t make a call
The Sharks confidence only grew
when they added a second goal mid-
way through the period. Jones made
Continued from page 11 before huddling together after a stop against Pacioretty and Erik
Couture rushed to the locker room Karlsson gathered the rebound and
holding his face. sent a stretch pass to Timo Meier.
and Joe Pavelski also scored but the
Hertl capitalized when he knocked Meier deked Deryk Engelland and
key was the fast start and the strong
a rebound past Marc-Andre Fleury to got a shot on goal that Fleury
play from Jones, who had 30 saves
make it 4-2. stopped but Couture knocked in the
after getting pulled twice in the pre-
“Big players are needed in big rebound.
vious three games.
games and that was as big a game as “They had a good start,” Vegas
Jones had allowed 11 goals on 54 we’ve had all year and I thought he defenseman Colin Miller said.
shots in those games but coach Peter was the best player on the ice,” “Better than us, and anytime you’re
DeBoer showed confidence to go DeBoer said. chasing it it’s a tough game to play.
back to him once again. That proved Pavelski sealed the win with an You see the other games before when
justified when he robbed Reilly empty-net goal. we jumped out to that hot start. It’s
Smith’s attempt at the tying goal in Fleury made 24 saves after a tough.”
the third period on a 2-on-1 after shutout in Game 4. Smith scored The Golden Knights got on the
JAMES GUILLORY/USA TODAY SPORTS Vegas had cut it to 3-2 on Jonathan earlier in the game on a power play board in the final minute of the peri-
Carolina Hurricanes center Greg McKegg checks Washington Capitals Marchessault’s power-play goal. for the Golden Knights, who were od after Evander Kane took a penalty
defenseman Nick Jensen in Game 4 Thursday night at PNC Arena. “Totally what we expected. He’s a hoping to eliminate the Sharks on on a hard hit while forechecking in
Hurricanes 2, Capitals 1 Blues 3, Jets 2 heck of a goalie,” captain Joe their home ice for the second the offensive zone. Smith sent a cen-
Pavelski said. “I know everybody straight year. tering pass from behind the net that
RALEIGH, N. C. — Teuvo WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Jaden wants to write their things, but “We knew they would play their deflected off Karlsson’s stick and
Teravainen scored the tiebreaking Schwartz scored with 15 seconds we’ve got a lot of belief in this guy. best game of the series tonight and into the net.
goal late in the second period, and remaining to cap St. Louis’ three- We played the right way tonight. It
the Carolina Hurricanes beat the goal third period, giving the Blues they did, credit to them,” forward San Jose then added an insurance
probably started with him and led the Max Pacioretty said. “Wipe it clean goal in the second when Goodrow
Washington Capitals 2-1 on a 3-2 lead in their Western way out, but we were committed and
Thursday night to even their play- Conference playoff series. and just worry about the next one.” got in front of Fleury and deflected
helping him out a little bit. He made There was nervous energy in the Justin Braun’s point shot in for his
off series at two games apiece. Ryan O’Reilly and Brayden some great saves, especially that 2-
Warren Foegele scored 17 sec- Schenn scored earlier in the final Shark Tank but that quickly turned to first career playoff goal.
on-1 there after they score. Game- celebration when the Sharks were The Sharks nearly added to the lead
onds in, giving him three goals in period for the Blues, who host saving save there. That’s what he’s
two home games, and Petr Mrazek Game 6 of the best-of-seven series the team that ended up with the early late in the period on the power play
always done for us, he’s made those goal. Hertl skated in on the rush and but somehow were unable to get the
made 30 saves for Hurricanes. on Saturday. Jordan Binnington key saves.”
They lost another key forward — stopped 29 shots. beat Fleury for his third of the series puck into the net after a mad scram-
Jordan Martinook — to injury yet On the winning goal, Tyler The Sharks then responded on a to give San Jose its first lead since ble in front of Fleury.
fed off the energy of the largest Bozak sent a pass over to
in the first four rounds just twice,
hockey crowd in PNC Arena histo-
ry to win their second straight on
home ice after routing Washington
5-0 in Game 3.
Schwartz, who redirected it out of
the air past Hellebuyck.
Winnipeg was up 2-0 after the
first period on goals by Adam
DRAFT with the Raiders taking Marques
Tuiasosopo in the second round in
2001 and Tampa Bay taking Chris
Triple play
The Raiders could be just the
fifth team this century to make
Alex Ovechkin scored a power- Lowry and Kevin Hayes. Connor Continued from page 12 Simms in the third round in 2003. three first-round picks in the same
play goal and Braden Holtby fin- Hellebuyck made 26 saves as the “If we found somebody we like draft. Cleveland was the most
ished with 22 saves for the Jets lost their sixth straight at proclaimed Derek Carr their fran- better or thought had bigger recent team to do it, taking Myles
Capitals, who hadn’t lost consecu- home, including the regular sea- chise quarterback throughout the upside, then you got to do the Garrett, Jabril Peppers and David
tive games in regulation since late son. offseason. That hasn’t stopped them right thing for the organization,” Njoku in 2017. Minnesota had
January. The Blues’ win marked the first from meeting with some of the top Mayock said. three in 2013 (Sharrif Floyd,
And in what has emerged as a time in 15 years, and fourth time QBs in the draft, including Kyler Xavier Rhodes, Cordarrelle
theme of the first four games of the overall, the road team has won Murray and Dwayne Haskins. Opposites attract Patterson), the Rams did it in 2001
best-of-seven series, the road each of the first five games in a In 12 drafts as a head coach, Mayock and Gruden appear to be (Damione Lewis, Adam Archuleta,
teams have yet to lead. seven-game series. Gruden’s teams have selected a QB meshing much better than Gruden Ryan Pickett), and the Jets had
did last year with Reggie four first-rounders in 2000 (Shaun
McKenzie, who was fired in Ellis, John Abraham, Chad
December. That’s true even though Pennington and Anthony Becht).
they don’t always see eye to eye
on the draft, with Gruden more apt Run to daylight
to draft for need such as the pick of
tackle Kolton Miller in the first Oakland signed Isaiah Crowell
round last year when safety Derwin to be in the mix at running back
James was still on the board, and with smaller backs Jalen Richard
more willing to take a risk on a and DeAndre Washington, as well
player with character questions. as Chris Warren III, who sat out his
“In our building, I think Jon rookie year with an injury. The
will roll the dice a little more, and Raiders could target a back in the
I think I’m little more conserva- draft, either a featured back to carry
tive,” Mayock said. “I think that’s a heavy load in the first round or a
a good balance.” rotational one later in the draft.
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Mueller paints a damning portrait of the president

By Julie Pace Wing aide who quietly governing norms and his willingness to unclear. Some lawmakers will likely con-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ignored a request to pass challenge both legal and political limits. tinue to press for impeachment proceed-
messages to the attorney Trump and his advisers can herald the fact ings, though party leaders are skeptical of
WASHINGTON — To Donald Trump, the general, who had already that two years of investigation ended with- that approach. House Judiciary Chairman
start of special counsel Robert Mueller’s recused himself from the out criminal charges for the president, not Jerrold Nadler has requested that Mueller
investigation looked alarmingly like the investigation. only on obstruction but also on criminal testify before his committee within weeks
end of his presidency. So he tried to stop it. “The incidents were conspiracy with Russia to help him win the and plans to subpoena for the full report
His months-long effort pushed the often carried out through 2016 election. Though numerous people and underlying evidence.
boundaries of presidential powers and the one-on-one meetings in with ties to Trump — including former Yet the end of Mueller’s investigation did
law, revealing a commander in chief con- Robert Mueller which the president national security adviser Michael Flynn more than answer questions about whether
sumed by self-interest and intent on having sought to use his official and ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort Trump and his associates committed
his top lieutenants lie or obfuscate on his power outside of usual channels,” Mueller — did plead guilty to crimes, no Americans crimes. The probe underscored just how far
behalf. The fact that many refused to do so wrote in his redacted 448-page report. were indicted for colluding with Moscow. Trump has gone in pushing the limits of the
may have helped save Trump from being The episodes detailed by the special “His greatest rebuttal will be he’s in presidency and encouraging others to help
charged with obstructing justice. counsel paint a damning portrait of a presi- office, he’s going to remain in office and him do so.
Those advisers effectively served as the dent consumed by the investigation. Even he’ll get re-elected because the Democrats Rep. Adam Schiff, Democratic chair of
guardrails in a White House that often after more than two years of revelations have nothing,” Kellyanne Conway, a sen- the House intelligence committee, said that
seems to have none. A White House counsel about Trump’s willingness to lie or press ior White House adviser, said of the presi- while Trump’s actions may not have been
who told the president he would rather others to do so, Mueller’s report put into dent. criminal, they were “dishonest, unethical,
resign than oust Mueller. A senior West sharp focus the president’s disregard for Indeed, the Democrats’ next steps are immoral and unpatriotic.”

repeatedly sought to intervene in a probe A further statement from Giuliani and sham investigation into President Trump,

Continued from page 1
that has hovered over the first two years of
his presidency. And it says Trump had been
agitated by the investigation from the start,
Trump’s lawyers said “the report itself is
nothing more than an attempt to rehash old
allegations” and insisted that “the results of
motivated by political retribution and based
on no evidence whatsoever,” said Trump’s
re-election campaign manager, Brad
reporting that Trump reacted to Mueller’s the investigation are a total victory for the Parscale.
appointment by saying it was the “end of president.” Donald Trump Jr, the president’s eldest
ference in the 2016 U. S. election and his presidency.” Current and former White House officials son, was featured prominently in the report
force out Mueller from leading the inquiry. At Justice Department headquarters, eagerly rushed through the report. They for meeting with a Kremlin-connected
But that didn’t stop Trump from taking a reporters buzzed around as they awaited Barr scanned for their names to see what Mueller lawyer at Trump Tower in June 2016.
public victory lap, declaring at a White and then the Mueller report. A few blocks had said about them and how he had charac- Though the report said “the campaign antic-
House event that he was having “a good away, there was calm on one of the defining terized their testimony, and wondered how ipated receiving derogatory documents and
day. ” days of Trump’s presidency. those depictions might sit with a mercurial information” from Russians that “could
Twelve times Trump took to Twitter in the The news media were led into the White president. assist Trump’s electoral prospects,” it said
hours before Attorney General William Barr House East Room, just before the report Staffers had been told by the White House “the government would unlikely be able to
outlined the findings of the report. The came out, for Trump’s appearance with to cooperate fully with Mueller’s team and prove beyond a reasonable doubt” that the
president proclaimed his innocence and wounded warriors. While newsrooms across answer their questions truthfully. But many participants at that meeting “had general
insisted that the investigation was politi- the country digested the report, the White were nervous about how Trump would react knowledge that their conduct was unlawful.”
cally motivated. As soon as Barr concluded House guests, already seated while waiting to their testimony and whether it would Though a seemingly backhanded exonera-
his remarks, and more than an hour before for the president to arrive, were entertained damage their relationships with him. tion, the younger Trump tweeted a series of
Mueller’s report was released, Trump tweet- by the U.S. Marine Band. Among the selec- Talking points went out to Trump allies attacks on Democrats. “Better luck next
ed a taunt over an image inspired by the tions played: “Somewhere Over the while his supporters’ phones buzzed with hoax!” he said.
HBO show “Game of Thrones.” Rainbow.” text messages from the campaign looking Senior White House adviser Kellyanne
“No Collusion. No Obstruction,” it said. “Knockout,” read a text message from to raise money off Thursday’s develop- Conway said that because the White House
“For the haters and the radical left Rudy Giuliani, one of the president’s attor- ments. didn’t interfere with Mueller’s work, that
Democrats — Game Over.” neys, to reporters after Barr finished speak- “Now the tables have turned, and it’s time “should make people feel good about
But the report does recount how Trump ing. to investigate the liars who instigated this democracy.”


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‘Silver Lake’ is murky

By Jocelyn Noveck will be worth seeing, no mat- rule, perhaps even more so — hours. And here, length
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ter the content. because only a legendarily DOES matter, because up to a
committed actor like Garfield point, one can accept the feel-
After watching “Under the could make such an ambi- ing of being helplessly lost in
We’ll call it the “Garfield Silver Lake,” a self-described tiously murky (or murkily Mitchell’s stylish and beauti-
Rule” — not the comic, the “neo-noir thriller” by writer- ambitious?) endeavor watch- fully crafted but maddeningly
actor. It holds that any per- director David Robert able, let alone for two hours mind-bending Los Angeles
formance by Andrew Mitchell (“It Follows”), I’m and 19 minutes. dreamscape. At a certain
Garfield, on screen or stage, still a firm believer in this Yes, almost two and a half See LAKE, Page 20
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Godiva looking to move beyond LAKE Then, a gruesome discovery emerges that
seems to link Sarah, who may have left a
coded message behind, with the billionaire.
But how, and why?

chocolate, will open 2,000 cafes

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Yildiz Holding AS, doesn’t report sales or
Continued from page 19

juncture, though, you need to feel tethered

— to something.
Sam commits himself with admirable
resolve to finding out, with apparent disre-
gard for his personal safety. He becomes an
amateur gumshoe, his quest taking him from
profits but according to reports, Godiva was And by that we mean anything. It doesn’t one strange house party to another. What
NEW YORK — Godiva is looking beyond about a $1 billion business in 2017. It have to be a linear narrative to string these these parties seem to share is mysterious,
its iconic gold gift box of chocolates. expects 40% of its total sales to come from often seductive scenes together. And the scantily clad young women, and, especially
The Belgium confectioner is rolling out the cafes in the next five years. One-third of constant rabbit holes we’re led down are for us East Coast types, really, really great
2,000 cafes over the next six years that will the new cafes will be in the U.S. fine, to a point. But a sustainable core to the views. But we digress.
serve a complete menu of items like the Godiva sees big sales opportunities in character would be nice. Not a moral core, It feels pointless to elaborate more on the
croiffle, a croissant and waffle hybrid that’s Asia and the Middle East, where shoppers just maybe an emotional guidepost to better plot here, and perhaps antithetical to the
stuffed with fillings like cheese or choco- prefer to sit down to eat instead of grab-and- understand where he’s coming from. But film’s mood, anyway. Mitchell surely does-
late and pressed on a waffle iron. Other go options, according to Young-Scrivner. that, too, is elusive. n’t intend for his viewers to be taking
items include an expanded list of coffees and Currently, the confectioner operates about “Under the Silver Lake,” so named for the notes; a healthy state of confusion is rather
a new collection of teas as well as grab-and- 800 stores in 105 countries. But the fare is hipster LA neighborhood where it takes the point.
go items like sandwiches and yogurt par- limited to such items as boxed chocolates, place, is the story of Sam (Garfield), a 33- But, alas, a film reviewer does need to take
faits. chocolate-covered strawberries and ice year-old ... well, we’re searching for a noun notes, and what I found in my reporter’s pad
The cafes mark Godiva’s foray into pre- cream. Drip coffee is available in some here, but it’s not clear what Sam does, or is. later was way more confounding than my
pared meals. The first one officially opens Godiva stores. We do know he’s currently unemployed, and usual scribbles in the dark: “Beats up kid
in Manhattan Wednesday and is part of an Godiva wants to be more than just a gift lives alone in a cluttered apartment with a with eggs, ugh.” “Bites the cookie, uh oh.”
ambitious growth plan spearheaded by CEO choice for Valentine’s Day or the holidays. balcony from which he can spy, with low- “Dances to R.E.M., nice!” “Gets sick, now
Annie Young-Scrivner, who took over tech binocs (a la “Rear Window,” one of he’s in a graveyard.” “HOW are they going
“We really have a stronghold on formal countless old Hollywood references) on
Godiva’s helm in 2017 after serving as a top gifting but we want to expand to everyday to end this?” “Follows coyote to another
executive at Starbucks. Her goal: to increase women nearby. This includes the wacky, party?”
consumption,” said Young-Scrivner in a topless “bird lady” on a nearby terrace, and
its revenue fivefold by 2025. phone interview with the Associated If all that sounds appealing, “Under the
a new neighbor, lovely Sarah (Riley Silver Lake” may be for you a satisfying
The company, privately owned by Turkish Press. Keough), who shows up one day in the experience, a sort of high-gloss, nicely
swimming pool. crafted daydream with a good score and gen-
Although Sam, despite the lack of a dis- erous references to LA noir films like “The
cernible direction in life, still has no prob- Long Goodbye, ” “Chinatown, ”
lem getting female companionship (an “Mullholland Drive” and “Inherent Vice,”
actress friend comes by periodically in dif- plus an obvious love of pop culture, from
ferent costumes for quick dalliances), he Hollywood classics to graphic novels.
becomes enchanted with Sarah, a blonde So sit back and enjoy. But be warned:
who favors ruby-red lipstick and seems to be You’re gonna have to follow the coyote to
channeling Marilyn Monroe. And then, sud- another party.
denly, in the middle of the night, Sarah dis- “Under the Silver Lake,” an A24 release, is
appears — and her little dog, too. rated R by the Motion Picture Association
The dog detail is important, because a dog of America “for strong sexual content,
killer seems to be on the loose in Silver graphic nudity, violence, language through-
Lake, terrifying the neighborhood. At the out and some drug use.” Running time: 139
same time, a billionaire has gone missing. minutes. Two stars out of four.

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DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT new shows run at the Peninsula Museum of Art
from April 28 through July 7. “Curious
“VIEWS FROM THE TRAIL” — PHO- Remnants: An Ocean in Crisis” presents Tess
TOGRAPHS BY FRANCES FREY- Felix’s portraits of family, friends and ocean
BERG: ON VIEW AT THE PORTOLA heroes made of plastic litter combed from the
ART GALLERY IN MENLO PARK. The beach. Felix starts by taking a photograph of
Portola Art Gallery presents “Views from the her subject, then puts together a “palette” of
Trail” — photographs from Menlo Park resi- washed and sorted multicolored plastic, work-
dent Frances Freyberg’s favorite Bay Area ing off the photograph to assemble her piece.
hikes.The images include fields of wildflow- Bay Area native Felix has lived along the
ers at La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve same stretch of coastline for most of her life
and Point Reyes National Seashore; butter- and has watched its slow transformation. In
flies and newts at Purisima Creek Redwoods her youth, Felix would gather sea glass and
Open Space Preserve; turquoise waters at shells. Today she primarily sees brightly col-
Point Lobos State Natural Reserve; and fog ored ocean plastic debris with the sea shells
weaving through the Santa Cruz mountains at and sea glass mixed in. Roaming the coast,
Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve. Other Felix looks for interesting plastic shards and
featured trails include those at Big Basin small objects like toys and containers. In her
Redwoods State Park, Huddart Park, McNee work, she wants to tell a story not only about
Ranch State Park, Muir Woods National the person, but also of the materials them-
Monument and Pearson-Arastradero selves, and invites the viewer to consider
Preserve.In addition to signed and framed how plastic has insinuated itself into our
photographs, there will also be a variety of daily lives. “Reconnaissance: Paintings of ‘Big Basin Redwoods’ is one of the featured artworks in Frances Freyberg’s May exhibit ‘Views
photo cards for sale. The Portola Art Gallery the City” assembles pieces by Catherine from the Trail’ at the Portola Art Gallery.
is located at 75 Arbor Road, within the Mackey. Mackey wanders around cities look- ing reception for these two artists and their mation visit
Historic Allied Arts Guild in Menlo Park. ing for unexpected moments of beauty, often shows is scheduled 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. April 28 or contact
“Views From the Trail” runs from May 1-31 finding them on an architectural scale. Her at The Peninsula Museum of Art, 1777 Judith Puccini at 737-6084.
with a reception for the artist scheduled 1 gaze leaps from the tapestries of high-rise California Drive in Burlingame. This free ***
p.m.-4 p.m. May 11. For more information buildings, to a line of factory windows and nonprofit visual arts complex houses five THE 55TH ANNUAL REDWOOD CITY
contact Frances Freyberg at 273-3505 or the rhythm of salt-stained piers. At first, museum exhibit galleries, a children’s art SPRING ART SHOW SEEKS ARTISTS. The Mackey seeks architecture at its most simple program, a library resource center and a gift 55th Annual Redwood City Spring Art Show
*** and pragmatic, then discovers beneath it a shop. PMA is also home to the Museum is being held the weekend of May 18-19 at the
THE PENINSULA MUSEUM OF ART rich layer which humanizes the urban envi- Studios, 30 working artist studios where visu- Community Activities Building, 1400
HOSTS APRIL EXHIBITIONS AND AN ronment: construction scars, old signage, al artists work and exhibit their creations in Roosevelt Ave. in Redwood City, from noon
utility symbols, fading painting, sculpture, photography, mixed
posters and other human- to 5 p.m. both days. Show entry forms for
media, jewelry, fiber art and millinery. At 2 adult artists living within the boundaries of
scale artifacts — all of which p.m. April 21, the museum hosts an Artists
suggest stories about the the Sequoia Union High School District
Panel Discussion with current exhibition (Belmont through Menlo Park) are available
buildings and the people who artists Suhas Bhujbal, Heather Deyling and
used them. This visual memo- at that location as well as at both the down-
Oleg Lobykin. The discussion will be moder- town Redwood City Library and the Schaberg
ry of the past reminds her of ated by PMA Chief Curator DeWitt Cheng.
both the constancy of change branch Library. Entry forms can also be
*** downloaded from
and the sense of loss which THE SOCIETY OF WEST-COAST
pervades our urban existence, under SHOW button. This show is co-spon-
themes which inhabit her sored by the RC Civic Cultural Commission,
paintings. Mackey lives in Charles Pyle will demonstrate drawing a the RC Parks & Arts Foundation and the RC
San Francisco and works clothed live model 1 p.m.-3 p.m. May 18 at Parks, Recreation and Community Services
from her studio in a converted the Society of West-Coast Artists Fine Art Dept. Any inquiries can be made to Show
mayonnaise factory in the Center, 527 San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. Free Coordinator Catherine Delfs at csdelfs@pac-
Mission District. An open- and open to the public. For additional infor-
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Market Street Prototyping Festival that and other artists from around the area

San Mateo. $135 for residents, $165
Continued from page 1
transformed miles of San Francisco’s
Market Street into a “living museum,”
featuring exhibits designed by the com-
and the nation have performed at con-
certs there.
Stone said the space was used for
3D Printing. Belmont Library, 1110 for non-residents. The second course
munity, students, designers and grass- numerous community events, including
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. of the ACLB Bridge Series, designed roots organizers. One exhibit was a dance parties, yoga and paint parties,
Sign up for a two-hour block of 3D to help seniors advance their play- the parking lot behind City Hall and mini library that passersby could walk and after the Baltimore protests of
printing. Visit to ing abilities. Registration required. Redwood Creek.
make a reservation. Call 522-7490 for more information. through and borrow books from and 2015, Korean-Americans and African-
“We looked at downtown parcels for another featured a “mobile craft mod- Americans came together to produce an
Coloring and Coffee for Adults. Jazz Appreciation Month conversion to parks. Why? We have ule” with interactive installations that events series at the site.
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de Celebration. 10:30 a.m. to 11:45
las Pulgas, Belmont. Relax for some a.m. San Mateo County Pride Center, about 5,000 new residents in our down- the public could alter and build upon. Two of Redwood City’s downtown
art and refreshments. Supplies will 1021 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo. town, and through community outreach “[The project] reimagined what pub- parks plans are located on parking lots
be provided but feel free to bring Come enjoy different kinds of jazz. we heard from a lot of residents that we
your own. Free. For more information call 591- lic space can be and took this radical and the loss of parking has been a con-
0133. need more green space and park spaces idea that sidewalks don’t just have to be cern for some.
Wildfires and Climate Change in our downtown,” Parks and for walking on, that there is a much bet- Burnham said he also faced some
Connections: Solutions for a Traveling B eyond Your Comfort
Sustainable Future. 6 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Zone. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Recreation Director Chris Beth said at ter and higher use for them and that’s pushback about the loss of parking
College of San Mateo. College Burlingame Recreation Center, 850 the April 11 event. one in which people can interact with when designing Proxy, but residents
Heights Conference Center, Building Burlingame Ave., Burlingame. Learn The urban parks and gathering spaces
10, 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd, San Mateo. how to get started in adventure trav- each other, with art, or as one organizer were able to adjust in part because the
For more information call 208-1549. el. Free. For more information call discussed during the meeting are located of the event said ‘a way of creating the site was developed incrementally.
520-3541. in San Francisco and throughout the opposite of social isolation,” Lipsett Lapsett suggested free shuttles as
Har vesting Rainwater and Using Essential Oils for country. said, adding that the three-day event led solutions to lost parking. And while
Building a Rain Garden. 9 a.m. to Aromatherapy. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Burnham’s firm created Proxy, a park- to a 33 percent increase in pedestrian each of the speakers agreed that parking
noon. Donnelly Avenue near San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third ing lot-turned outdoor events venue
Primrose Road. Learn how to harvest Ave., San Mateo. Learn how to traffic on Market Street and a 375 per- should be preserved for seniors and
rainwater in your garden. Visit engage with your sense of smell and adjacent to Patricia’s Green Park in San cent increase in lingering. “An increase those with disabilities, they also to register. use essential oils in a safe and sup- Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighbor- in lingering led to a huge increase in seemed to agree that parking needs are
portive manner. Free. For more infor-
Going Zero Waste. 10 a.m. to 11:30 mation call 522-7818. hood. Food and drink businesses are sales [at a nearby food hall] so there’s and should change.
a.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. housed in repurposed shipping contain- all these positive cascade benefits of “At the end of the day, it’s really
Third Ave., San Mateo. Learn how to TUESDAY, APRIL 23
make realistic lifestyle changes and The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 ers, including Smitten Ice Cream, and having the sidewalk turned into this about what one values,” Stone said.
reduce your footprint on the envi- a.m. San Carlos Adult Community the vendors own their containers, which laboratory and creating unusual uses.” “Does one value places to recreate and
ronment. Free, registration required. Center, 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. can be easily relocated when necessary.
For more information call 522-7818. Learn basic drawing skills. In 2013, Lipsett’s organization bring one’s youth or does one value a
“We started with food because that Freespace acquired a vacant building place to leave a privately owned auto-
Cur iOdyssey Ear th Day Memoir Class. 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. creates community,” Burnham said, and turned it into a public arts center mobile that just sits there and occupies
Celebration. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Menlo Park Little House, 800 Middle
CuriOdyssey, 1651 Coyote Point Ave., Menlo Park. $10 for assistance adding that the space is active both dur- that hosted multiple events a day. Local publicly owned space a good portion of
Drive, San Mateo. Enjoy beach offered writing life memoirs. For ing the day and at night. There is also artists painted murals on the outside of the time?”
cleanups, wildlife presentations and more information, call 326-0723. an outdoor beer garden, a screen for
more. Cost $8.50 to $13.50. For more
the building, five shipping containers Some residents are also concerned
information call 342-7755. Men’s Group. 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. San movie nights that was obtained via were transported on site — each con- about homeless populations gathering
Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El crowdfunding, restrooms, exercise taining a makerspace with 3D printers at or trashing future downtown parks
AARP South San Francisco Camino Real, San Mateo. Monthly
Chapter 3156 meeting. 10:30 a.m. group of men in the community equipment and artistic patterning on — and a temporary garden created out- sites. Burnham said the Proxy site was
to noon. Magnolia Center, 601 Grand meeting to share support and expe- the asphalt ground doubles as instruc- side was popular with local children. popular with drug dealers before it
Ave., third floor South San Francisco. riences. All are welcome. For more tions for fitness classes.
Free coffee and doughnuts will be information call 591-0133. “It became an explosion of human existed and they gradually left as more
provided. Guest speaker will be The space is regularly used for free interaction and gathering in the best and more people frequented the site dur-
Nicole Fernandez from San Mateo Adult DIY Club: Poetry On-The-Go. events, including concerts, film festi- possible way and giving people a way ing both the day and at night.
County Aging & Adult Services. Free. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Belmont Library,
For more information call 991-4111. 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, vals and block parties. Public art instal- to rethink what could be done with this Burnham also suggested that on-site
Belmont. Create magnetic poetry lations have come and gone through the space,” Lipsett said. vendors are especially motivated to
Permaculture Design: Regenerate tins. Free. Registration required. For years and revenue from corporate pop-
Your Landscape. Noon to 1:30 p.m. more information call 591-8286. One of the projects Stone presented maintain and monitor the public space
San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third ups help fund the space’s programming entailed the creation of an outdoor on which they do business. Stone sug-
Ave., San Mateo. Learn how to WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 costs. music venue in Baltimore located in the gested involving the immediate neigh-
restore and regenerate our local Computer Coach. 10:30 a.m. to
landscapes. Free, registration noon. Belmont Library, 1110 “We realized that what we were doing middle of African-American and bors as watchdogs and Lapsett said
required. For more information call Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. is an experiment in public space and Korean-American neighborhoods that other cities partner with nonprofits to
522-7818. Drop into a relaxed computer tutor- that we were almost teaching people
ing session. didn’t always get along with each other, manage and maintain public spaces.
Art Bias Presents: ‘Selling Your Art how to be together again. We’re all on he said. Follow-up events will occur on May 6
Work shop’ by Mar tha Zlatar. Who Was Jesus, Really? A Good our devices, [in] our cars and we can lead A simple stage was erected, and and May 23 at the Fox Forum. The for-
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Man? Or Something Else. 6:30 p.m.
2124 Brewster Ave., Redwood City. to 7:30 p.m. Bethany Lutheran isolated lives and [Proxy] was very everything needed to run an event — mer is called “Park vs. Parking:
The top five limiting beliefs that Church, 1095 Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. much about bringing people together,” cables, a generator, tables and chairs — Exploring What’s Possible Behind City
most artists have about the sales Share your thoughts on the identity Burnham said.
process that keep them from mak- of Jesus. Free. For more information is stored in an onsite-shipping con- Hall” and the latter is “Redwood Creek:
ing more sales or selling their art call 854-5897. Lipsett worked on a project called the tainer. Big Freedia from New Orleans Embracing a Forgotten Shoreline.”
altogether will be presented. Free.
RSVP required. For more information THURSDAY, APRIL 25
call 593-3177. Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to
School Board Association, district offi- claimed it referenced Sequoyah, the

noon. Foster City Recreation Center,
From Concept to Print. 2 p.m. to 5 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Seniors.
For more information call 286-2585. cials also adopted a new policy observ- Native American educator and namesake
p.m. Coastal Arts League, 300 Main
St., Half Moon Bay. The Peninsula ing a preference that schools no longer of the school who was a member of the
Photographic Arts Guild (PPAG) is V ir tual R eality Experience. use Native American tribes for sports tribe.
hosting a unique exhibition of pho- Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de Continued from page 1 teams. Rolandelli had previously met with
tographs to be displayed at the las Pulgas, Belmont. Ages 13 and up.
Coastal Arts League Gallery. Free. For Come to the library to use our Jack said during the most recent meet- students on the other side of the issue
more information call 324-3245. Oculus Rift and experience virtual outweighed the thousands that were
reality. This immersive experience ing, officials weighed both sides of the and said he would have enjoyed an
Painting with Q-Tips. 2 p.m. Grand will allow you to play, explore and opposed, the thousands that were a part argument but ultimately sided with the opportunity to discuss the matter in
Avenue Branch Library, 306 Walnut learn in a new way. For more infor- of making the school what it is today,” more progressive views of the existing greater detail with the larger student
Ave., South San Francisco. Sketching mation call 591-8286 or visit
letters and painting them. Snacks he said in an email. “A blink and a student body. body.
and drinks provided. Good for stroke of a pen wiped out 100-plus years Meanwhile, Rolandelli said he holds But in absence of such a chance to per-
ESL Conversation Club. 10:30 a.m.
beginners. For more information call
to noon. Belmont Library, 1110 of history, heritage and tradition.” no ill will against the current students suade the existing school community,
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. For her part, board President Georgia and those with differing perspectives on Rolandelli expressed confidence the
Audio Recording Help. 2:30 p.m. to Come practice speaking and listen- Jack acknowledged the perspective of
ing in English. Improve your gram- the matter. mascot and athletic name known to him
4:30 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 the alumni, but balanced the board’s
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. mar, vocabulary and pronunciation “The students deserve to be heard, I and thousands of others will remain in
Record podcasts, music, voiceovers, while meeting people from all over decision against the value of input from have no animosity toward the students,” the adoring memories of his fellow
the world. Light refreshments and
etc. Free. For more information call
snacks will be served. For more infor- current district policy and students. he said. alumni.
mation call 591-8286. “Although we understand the nostal- Rolandelli defended the merit of pre- “I feel like Cherokees is inexorably
‘Welcome spring’ dinner and
Sink that Ship. 3 p.m. Grand Avenue
gic connection some in our community serving the former name though, and linked to the school,” he said.
dance. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. American
legion post 105, 651 El Camino Real, Branch Library, 306 Walnut Ave., have with the now former ath-
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a Limited Liability Company. The regis- If you object to the granting of the peti- Dan (408)656-0958
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Do you have .... Good trants commenced to transact business
4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). tion, you should appear at the hearing
communication skills, a under their FBN on N/A. and state your objections or file written MAYTAg wAShER excellent working
/s/Douglas Lebda/ objections with the court before the hear- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
desire for steady This statement was filed with the Asses- fiCTiTiOuS buSinESS nAME ing. Your appearance may be in person
employment and sor-County Clerk on 3/25/2019. (Publish- STATEMEnT #280976 or by your attorney. Arthur L Reno
employment benefits? ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, The following person is doing business If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- Case Number: 19PRO00459 Mfg h20LAbS Model 300 exc cond
3/29/19, 4/5/19, 4/12/19, 4/19/19). as: Barterra Winery, 643 Main Street, itor of the decedent, you must file your counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
please call for an Unit A, HALF MOON BAY, CA 94019. claim with the court and mail a copy to To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
Registered Owner: Barterra Winery, LLC, the personal representative appointed by tingent creditors, and persons who may nEw, SingER Sewing Machine Univer-
Appointment: (650)342-6978 fiCTiTiOuS buSinESS nAME CA. The business is conducted by a the court within the later of either (1) four otherwise be interested in the will or es- sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
STATEMEnT #280687 months from the date of first issuance of tate, or both, of Arthur L Reno, Arthur chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
Limited Liability Company. The regis-
The following person is doing business letters to a general personal representa- Lee Reno, Arthur Reno, Art Reno. A Pe-
trants commenced to transact business tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the TiffAnY STYLE Lamp shade. Older-
as: 1)Carnamic 2)Redwood City Kia under the FBN on N/A. tition for Probate has been filed by
3)Redwood City Hyundai 4)Redwood California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days Donald M. Ahlbach in the Superior Court multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
/s/Paul Minoletti/ from the date of mailing or personal de- 727-7266.
City Genesis, 543 El Camino Real, RED- This statement was filed with the Asses- of California, County of San Mateo. The
WOOD CITY, CA 94063. Registered livery to you of a notice under section Petition for Probate requests that
sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- VACuuM CLEAnER (reconditioned)
Owner: Redwood City Auto Connection ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Donald M. Ahlbach be appointed as per-
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
Inc., CA. The business is conducted by a er California statutes and legal authority sonal representative to administer the
4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). may affect your rights as a creditor. You
Corporation. The registrants com- estate of the decedent.
menced to transact business under the
may want to consult with an attorney
knowledgable in California law.
The petition requests the decedent’s will 297 bicycles
FBN on N/A. and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro-
You may examine the file kept by the bate. The will and any codicils are availa- ADuLT bikES 1 regular and 2 with bal-
/s/Ayman Moussa/ pubLiC nOTiCE court. If you are a person interested in
This statement was filed with the Asses- ble for examination in the file kept by the loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
Docket no. 18-CpR-032194 the estate, you may file with the court a court.
sor-County Clerk on 3/15/2019. (Publish- in the Estate of Sui fai Jow, Request for Special Notice (form DE-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, The petition requests authority to admin- ChiLD’S SChwinn biCYCLE, bLuE in
Deceased 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- ister the estate under the Independent good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
3/29/19, 4/5/19, 4/12/19, 4/19/19). in fort bend County Court at praisal of estate assets or of any petition Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
Law no. 4. or account as provided in Probate Code thority will allow the personal representa- MOunTAin bikE new 21 gears $100.
Second Amended Application to section 1250. A Request for Special No- tive to take many actions without obtain- (650)722-3634
fiCTiTiOuS buSinESS nAME Declare Heirship and Second tice form is available from the court clerk. ing court approval. Before taking certain
STATEMEnT #280877 Amended Application for Dependent Attorney for Petitioner: very important actions, however, the per- MOunTAin bikE. Top brand. Runs
The following person is doing business Administration and for Letters of Myron S. Greenberg, Esq. sonal representative will be required to good. $39. (660)342-5220
as: NorCal Project Engineering Group, 700 Larkspur Landing Circle 205 give notice to interested persons unless
Dependent Administration LARKSPUR, CA 94939
1827 Carmelita Dr., SAN CARLOS, CA
they have waived notice or consented to 298 Collectibles
94070. Registered Owner: Vladimir Ze- Citation by publication the proposed action.) The independent
lenko, same address. The business is FILED: 4/4/2019 administration authority will be granted
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- 15 Lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo-
conducted by an Individual. The regis- Greetings. . . . unless an interested person files an ob- gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and
trants commenced to transact business nal on 4/11/19, 4/18/19, 4/19/19 ) jection to the petition and shows good
You are hereby commanded to sum- more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839
under their FBN on April 26, 2006. mon Qinan Zhu, known to be an heir cause why the court should not grant au-
/s/Vladimir Zelenko/ of Sui Fai Jow, Deceased, whose thority.
A hearing on the petition will be held in 1984 TiME magazine. Special 1994
This statement was filed with the Asses- residence and whereabouts are un- Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish- this court as follows: MAY 10, 2019 at
known to the Petitioner, Linda Jow 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of (650)588-0842
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Kraner, by making publication of this
4/5/19, 4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19). California, County of San Mateo, 400
citation at once, at least ten days pri- County Center, Redwood City, CA 49’ER 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie
or to the return day hereof, in some nOTiCE Of pETiTiOn TO deBartolo on cover. Mint condition.
fiCTiTiOuS buSinESS nAME newspaper published in your county, If you object to the granting of the peti- $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
to appear at the next regular term of Gerald Lloyd Vers
STATEMEnT #280636 Case Number: 19PRO00438 tion, you should appear at the hearing
The following person is doing business the County Court No. 4 of Fort Bend and state your objections or file written COLLECTAbLE CAbbAgE Patch Kids
as: Inail Spa, 1784 El Camino Real, SAN County, Texas, after service has To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- objections with the court before the hear- Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner: been perfected, to be holden in the tingent creditors, and persons who may ing. Your appearance may be in person Box. Great Christmas Present. $100
Minh Dai, 547 McLaughlin Ave., San courthouse thereof, in Houston, otherwise be interested in the will or es- or by your attorney. (650) 572-8895
Texas, the same being April 22, tate, or both, of Gerald Lloyd Vers. A If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
Jose, CA 95116. The business is con- itor of the decedent, you must file your DEpRESSiOn gLASS Dining Plate. 8
ducted by an Individual. The registrants 2019, then and there to answer the Petition for Probate has been filed by
petitions filed in same court on March Frances M. Vers in the Superior Court of claim with the court and mail a copy to 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red.
commenced to transact business under the personal representative appointed by $12 (650)762-6048
their FBN on 03/11/2019. 25, 2019, in a probate action now California, County of San Mateo. The
pending in said court in the above Petition for Probate requests that the court within the later of either (1) four
/s/Minh Dai/ months from the date of first issuance of gAMES Of the 23rd Olympiad maga-
This statement was filed with the Asses- numbered and styled estate on the Frances M. Vers be appointed as per-
probate docket of said court, wherein sonal representative to administer the letters to a general personal representa- zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
sor-County Clerk on 3/11/2019. (Publish- estate of the decedent. tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the 0842
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, in Linda Jow Kraner is petitioner, and
Qinan Zhu, heir of Sui Fai Jow, de- The petition requests authority to admin- California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
4/5/19, 4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19). ister the estate under the Independent from the date of mailing or personal de- LEnnOx RED Rose, Unused, hand
ceased, is the respondent; said peti- livery to you of a notice under section
tions containing allegations as shown Administration of Estates Act. (This au- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
thority will allow the personal representa- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
fiCTiTiOuS buSinESS nAME on the filed copies of said petitions. er California statutes and legal authority
Herein fail not, but have you before tive to take many actions without obtain-
STATEMEnT #280792 ing court approval. Before taking certain may affect your rights as a creditor. You
The following person is doing business said court, at the time aforesaid, this may want to consult with an attorney MiLLER LiTE Neon sign , work good
writ your return thereon, showing very important actions, however, the per- $59 call (650)218-6528
as: Madison Place Apartments, 400 E. sonal representative will be required to knowledgable in California law.
Hillsdale Blvd., SAN MATEO, CA 94403. how you have executed the same. You may examine the file kept by the
give notice to interested persons unless OLD, AnTiquE, Bottle Collection: 20
Registered Owner: Spieker Hillsdale Issued and given under my hand of they have waived notice or consented to court. If you are a person interested in
said court, at Richmond, Texas, this bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048
Boulevard, LLC, DE. The business is the proposed action.) The independent the estate, you may file with the court a
conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- 29th day of March, 2019. administration authority will be granted Request for Special Notice (form DE- OnE COLLECTiOn of antique Cuban
nCR CORpORATiOn seeks f/t Software ny. The registrant commenced to trans- Laura Richard, County Clerk, Fort unless an interested person files an ob- 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No
Engineer III in Redwood City, CA to par- act business under the FBN on Bend County, Texas, 1422 Eugene jection to the petition and shows good praisal of estate assets or of any petition Texting.
ticipate in technical design & implemen- 04/01/2014. Heimann Circle, Richmond, Texas cause why the court should not grant au- or account as provided in Probate Code
tation of production ready code. Req’s /s/Richard Tod Spieker/ 77469, /Velma Padron/, Deputy, L. thority. section 1250. A Request for Special No-
tice form is available from the court clerk. SMALL Rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
Bachelor’s degree or frgn equiv degree This statement was filed with the Asses- Andrew “Andy” Dunham, Attorney A hearing on the petition will be held in 4162
in Comp Sci, Comp Apps or rel tech fld this court as follows: MAY 15, 2019 at Attorney for Petitioner:
sor-County Clerk on 3/25/19. (Published Donald M. Ahlbach
+4 yrs software engg exp. Refs req’d. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/19, 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of STEMMED CRYSTAL. 3 styles. 13
Send resume:, California, County of San Mateo, 400 Law Office of Donald M. Ahlbach pieces. Pattern: "Catherine".
4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19).
ref req: R0078487 Software Engineer III. County Center, Redwood City, CA $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839
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298 Collectibles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For Sale 316 Clothes 345 Medical Equipment
TOPPS bASEbALL complete set 1987 dINING CHAIRS -Six Antique, WALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple OLd b&L Microscope in good condition; LAdIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL, dRIvE dELUxE two button walker $10
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 lines. Breaks down for transportation. 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 (510)770-1976
4474 (650)888-2662 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
RAy-bAN TOP Bar Sunglasses MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, RAdIATION PROTECTION 1/2-apron
TWO 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for dINING ROOM Table-Antique,Oak, upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- (650) 578-9208 ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
both. Steve (650)518-6614 5chairs, w/ extension $200 weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- 7742.
(650)290-3188 WHITE WICkER Armoire, asking $100, 6596 SHOES SIzE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
vINTAGE STEMWARE: 3 styles, 23 great condition, text for picture (650)571- (650)508-8662 WALkER/ROLATOR. NEW. large, bas-
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 0947 ROLLERbLAdES, USEd, size 10. $20 ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
dINING TAbLE (36"x54") and 4 match- obo. Please call (650)745-6309 TUxEdO SIzE 40, black, including white size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
299 Computers $250 .(650)-654-1930. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. WEddING dRESS-dESIGNER, Size 12,
19" COLOR Monitor with stand VG con- dINING TAbLE - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT 306 Housewares $45. (650)328-6709 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
for $500 Call (650)867-1728
Garage Sales
dition power cord/owners manual includ- Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. SILk SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
CRySTAL WINE glasses new (12ea) $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- WOMAN'S AMERICAN Rag faux leather
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648 formation. jacket. Perfect condition. Black
RECORdAbLE Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop-
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
(650) 578 9208
beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 MIkASA SET. White. Modern (square) SINk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
/2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466 GARAGE SALE
(650)290-3188 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. WOMAN'S TAHARI jacket. Perfect con-
$15.00 (650)544-5306
dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
Furniture, board games,
300 Toys ENGLISH dRAW Table, $50 Solid Wood
48" with two 12" pull-out leaves,
NEW "bELLA" buffet triple slow cooker SLR LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 (650) 952-3466 baking items, books and
and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
14-1000-PCS PUzzLES $3.00 ea. call(650)697-3709 2648 WOMEN'S bLACk suede fur lined much more.
(650)207-4162 TIRES-SET OF four P225 45 R18 $80 boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
ETHAN ALLEN sofa and love seat. Blue
AMERICAN FLyER locomotive runs
velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
SINk dOUbLE cast iron. Good condi-
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
OBO (650)359-2238.
WORk bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, 56 W 39th Ave.
TUNTURI ROWING Machine, Good brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 stering. Free. (650)593-7001. Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 San Mateo CA 94401
jUMP ANd Play Keyboard brand new, in
307 jewelry & Clothing In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494

original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. GLIdER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- UNIdEN HARLEy Davidson Gas Tank Sale starts at
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. ANNE kLEIN silver-tone watch with phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 318 Sports Equipment 10:00 - 4:00 pm
STAR WARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di-
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 IkEA dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 WALkER - Good Condition - Like New - bIG bERTHA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
308 Tools
$35 (650)341-5347 ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
302 Antiques IkEA TAbLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
$ 30. (650)598-9804.
ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available
311 Musical Instruments
bRANd NEW Golf bag with Stand.
April 20, 2019
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info INFLATAbLE COLEMAN queen size at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron 1929 ANTIqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
(650)592-7483 mattress-56"x75". Includes air pump, ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call No Texting.
sheets and mattress pad. $25 (650)654- bRIGGS & Stratton Lawn Mower with (650)742-6776.
9252 Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. bRANd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
MAHOGANy ANTIqUE Secretary desk,
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- MAHOGANy Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
(650)771-6324. CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
ROSEvILLE TULIP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. LG CRAFTSMEN shop vac 6.5hp $60 oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
$45. (650)574-2490. MATTRESS, TWIN long, excellent condi-
EPIPHONE LES Paul Custom Prophecy Make money, make room!
tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. EvERLAST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
(650)421-5469. Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
303 Electronics NEW dELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- SHOPSMITH MARk V 50th Anniversary
most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
List your upcoming
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
FREE TELEvISION - Mitsubishi, Sell! (650) 875-8159. (650)504-0585 EvERETT UPRIGHT antique piano.
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- garage sale,
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local NIAGARA vIbRATING Adjustable bed vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa HUGE LUdWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
erciser $20 (510)770-1976 moving sale,
Delivery available. good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian kNEE RIdER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269 estate sale,
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
ONkyO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital 310 Misc. For Sale (916)975-4969 LEATHER GOLF bag with 23 clubs $90. yard sale,
OFFICE TyPE 34"X 60" heavy solid
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 wood with formica wood grain top $25 500-600 bIG Band-era 78's--most mint, PIANO-ANdREW kOHLER, Mahogany,
(650) 592-2648. rummage sale,
(650) 787-9753 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
good condition, (650)341-0282.
$95.00, clearance sale, or
PHILLIPS-50” COLOR T.v., Heavy, $99
(650)591-8062 qUEEN SOFA Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), bESSy SMALL Evening Hand Bag With whatever sale you
Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
call (650)697-3709
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
PLAyER PIANO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger have...
304 Furniture . bIFOLd SHUTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00 sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 (650)771-6324.
ANTIqUE dINING table for six people RETRO HUTCH Needs refinishing other- TOTAL GyM XLS, excellent condition. Reach over 83,450 readers
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 wise good condition. Top detaches from bLUE OySTER cult lp signed by donald SPINET PIANO + Bench, $50. Call
bottom $25. (650)712-9962 r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash (650)589-1407
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call from South San Francisco
ANTIqUE MOHAGANy Bookcase. Four (408)661-6019 to Palo Alto.
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. SOFA-bEIGE FAbRIC, Orig. $900, vINTAGE AUTOPIANO upright player vINTAGE NASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom- in your local newspaper.
Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
bEdSTEAd SINGLE, poster style, box (650)234-8218 Guts $500 (415)269-4784 message or email
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
spring, mattress available. $40.00.
COSCO PLAy Pen with travel bag. Used
Call (650)344-5200
(650)593-7408 SOLId WOOd Dining table with exten- WURLITzER UPRIGHT piano. Fair con-
once $35 (650)591-2981 dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595 WORkOUT bENCH, weights, bars, for
sion great piece great condition black flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
bEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition $80 (650)364-5263
CUT GLASS serving bowl 8" diameter (650)861-2411
(650) 315-2319
SOLId WOOd Entertainment Center- $25. Call 650-921-4016 312 Pets & Animals
bROWN LIvING room chair with cush- TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In yAMAHA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D. dELUxE FOLdER Walker - 5" wheels - ONE kENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- (650)458-3255
$70..00. Transport yourself. Call
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. 379 Open Houses
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o (650)593-2066
(650)872-2371 (925)482-5742 dRIvE 3-WHEEL
buggy $45. Call 340 Camera & Photo Equip.
bUNk bEdS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 TAbLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best NIkON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
B/O (650)685-2494
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
FREE MAGAzINES. Library discards
year old ones. Wide variety. Good for offer. (650)245-4084 lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 OPEN HOUSE
crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
CHINA CAbINET Wallet, $20. Call
THOMASvILLE dINING table, $50 4
chairs, mid-century blonde with two FREE: WILd turkey feathers; whole
316 Clothes OMEGA b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
leaves call (650)697-3709. wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
bROWN SUEd boots, fur-lined, size 8,
COMPUTER dESk (glass) & chair. Like
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371 vIvITAR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
List your Open House
TIkI bAR - Original from the 60’s,Like (650)207-0882 in the Daily Journal. Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
(650)245-4234. HAT, T-SHIRT, sweatshirt and comput-
FANCy HIGH heel shoes, never worn (650)583-6636
COMPUTER dESk with 3 side drawers . erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 Reach over 83,450
Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or TWIN bEd, mattress, box spring, frame LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan-
345 Medical Equipment potential home buyers &
leave message $ 50. (650)598-9804. sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi renters a day,
AdjUSTAbLE bATH shower transfer
color in excellent condition 3/4
COMPUTER SWIvEL CHAIR. Padded TWIN bEd- Free you pick up. Call LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and length $50 (650)692-8012
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 from South San Francisco
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the city’s property holdings, officials were Considering the variety of advantages While most officials were supportive of

Continued from page 1
additionally intrigued by the chance to
pivot away from the company storing its
cars on surface parking lots.
offered by the deal, Councilman Michael
Brownrigg expressed his support for the
opportunity to serve both the city and com-
examining the proposal further, there was
not universal consensus around the matter.
For her part, Vice Mayor Emily Beach said
Officials have made it a priority to pro- pany’s interest. she was reticent to pursue the deal, primari-
mote more efficient land uses along the “We thought this was a creative way of ly for fear of setting precedent that would
“This is a unique opportunity to acquire a Bayfront, and only allowed Enterprise to reaching a win-win outcome, ” said allow for more development of parking
piece of land,” said Councilman Ricardo continue operating a surface parking lot Brownrigg, who along with Mayor Donna structures along the Bayfront.
Ortiz, who supported officials continuing with an antiquated conditional use permit. Colson formed a subcommittee working Beach said she would prefer officials pro-
talks over a potential agreement with the The agreement was initially reached with with the company to develop the proposal. mote uses which offer greater benefit than
rental company. an expectation that Enterprise would even- For her part, Colson detailed the variety primarily car storage on some of the city’s
Under the deal offered, officials would be tually move its car storage facility to San of opportunities presented to the city by most scenic, waterfront property.
granted their choice of either a 1.8-acre or Francisco International Airport. But airport taking on additional land. She said the “I don’t want to lose sight of what will
2.4-acre parcel owned by Enterprise abut- officials reversed course on such an offer, property could be a valuable asset while the enhance the Bayfront,” said Beach, who
ting Old Bayshore Highway near the Shell leaving the rental car company searching city redevelops its Recreation Center, or it expressed her opposition to the proposal.
gas station and Benihana restaurant. for another solution. could accommodate the city’s corporation But with a majority of councilmembers
The land would be granted by the compa- As a result, company representatives pro- yard if it was relocated from Washington favoring further exploration, Brownrigg
ny in return for permission to construct a posed to build the new center which would Park. Also, as the city plans additional resi- captured the sentiment shared by many offi-
nearby tower which would house a rental negate the need for the surface lot and also dential construction along Rollins Road, cials.
office, maintenance facility and storage for allow for consolidation of car maintenance Colson suggested the property could be a “This gives us an asset that we don’t have
about 2,100 cars in the upper floors. The services currently housed on another resource to swap with a private developer. and this is valuable space,” he said.
company currently occupies a two-story Bayfront
building on the property. property.
Beyond a unique opportunity to expand
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