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‘The worst kind of tragedy’


City employee opened fire in Virginia Beach,
killed 12 people before police fatally shot him
By Ben Finley The shooting hap-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pened shortly after 4
p. m. when the veteran
employee of the Public
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A longtime city Utilities Department
employee opened fire in a municipal build- entered a building in the
ing in Virginia Beach on Friday, killing 12 city’s Municipal Center,
people on three floors and sending terrified and “immediately began
co-workers scrambling for cover before to indiscriminately fire
police shot and killed him following a James Cervera upon all of the victims,”
“long gun-battle,” authorities said. Cervera said. Authorities
Four other people were wounded in the did not release the suspect’s name, instead
shooting, including a police officer whose choosing to focus on the victims during a
bulletproof vest saved his life, said Virginia news conference.
Beach Police Chief James Cervera. The Police entered the building and got out as
city’s visibly shaken mayor, Bobby Dyer, many employees as they could, then REUTERS
called it “the most devastating day in the People embrace after being evacuated from a building by police in this still image taken from
history of Virginia Beach.” See SHOOTING, Page 18 video following a shooting incident at the municipal center in Virginia Beach.

Lawsuit filed in Chinedu Okobi death


Racial profiling, excessive force by deputies alleged in man’s Millbrae death
By Scott Morris
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE

The family of Chinedu Okobi


sued San Mateo County on Friday
alleging that sheriff’s deputies
conducted an illegal stop and used
excessive force resulting in
Okobi’s death last October when
they stopped him for jaywalking
DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
and used a Taser, batons and pepper
The City Council in Burlingame is expressing
spray.
interest in developing park land on a vacant
“This was a shocking example
lot on Airport Boulevard.
of racial profiling and the devasta-

Fate of Burlingame tion that can occur when a minor


stop, an illegal stop, results in
someone’s death, ” said John
Bayfront land open Burris, an attorney for Okobi’s
mother, Amaka Okobi, at a news
conference in Oakland to announce
State officials weighing development the lawsuit.
plans for acreage east of Highway 101 Separately, Los Angeles attor-
By Austin Walsh ney Carl Douglas filed another suit
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF on behalf of Okobi’s daughter, 12-
year-old Christina Okobi.
The fate of key piece of Burlingame Chinedu Okobi, the 36-year-old
Bayfront property will come under exami- SCOTT MORRIS son of Nigerian immigrants, died
nation, as the State Lands Attorney Carl Douglas speaks alongside Facebook executive Ebele Okobi and her mother Amaka Okobi
Commission is fielding after filing a lawsuit over Chinedu Okobi’s death at the hands of San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies. See OKOBI, Page 18
requests for developing
the 9-acre property
which has long laid fal-
low.
Half Moon Bay set to adopt balanced budget
The State Lands Proposed budget emphasizes capital projects and includes creation of a new rainy-day fund
Commission opened the
request window for By Zachary Clark city taking responsibili- sion May 21. “There’re other cities in our
potential uses at 401 DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ty for its citizens and area who haven’t planned like this and are
Donna Colson
Airport Blvd., where a really planning ahead in facing budget crises even though things
hotel, a public park, open space and wet- The Half Moon Bay City Council is set to terms of capital improve- look like they’re going so well.” 
lands have been among the proposed proj- adopt a balanced budget that includes the ment, rainy-day funds Staff is proposing contributing $2.6 mil-
ects. creation of a new rainy-day fund, the addi- and being really cautious lion this fiscal year to the aforementioned
The new deadline for proposals for the tion of three new full-time positions plus because [an economic rainy-day fund, also being referred to as the
state property is in July, and Burlingame unusually high spending on capital projects downturn] is going to economic uncertainty fund. The new fund is
Mayor Donna Colson said she is hopeful while still generating a small surplus of happen, ” Councilman not to be confused with the city’s opera-
$252,000.  Robert Robert Brownstone said
See LAND, Page 12 “What I see reflected in this budget is the Brownstone during a budget study ses- See BUDGET, Page 23
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Thought for the Day


“Our age knows nothing but reaction,
and leaps from one extreme to another.”
— Reinhold Niebuhr, American theologian

This Day in History


The mortally wounded commander of

1813 the USS Chesapeake, Capt. James


Lawrence, gave the order, “Don’t give
up the ship” during a losing battle
with the British frigate HMS Shannon
in the War of 1812.
In 1 5 3 3 , Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry
VIII, was crowned as Queen Consort of England.
In 1 7 9 2 , Kentucky became the 15th state.
In 1 7 9 6 , Tennessee became the 16th state.
In 1 9 2 6 , actress Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane
Mortenson in Los Angeles.
In 1 9 3 9 , the British submarine HMS Thetis sank during a
trial dive off North Wales with the loss of 99 lives. Lou
Nova defeated Max Baer at Yankee Stadium in the first U.S.
televised heavyweight prizefight. Mexico officially abol-
ished the siesta.
In 1 9 4 3 , a civilian flight from Portugal to England was
shot down by Germany during World War II, killing all 17
people aboard, including actor Leslie Howard.
In 1 9 6 7 , the Beatles album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts
REUTERS
Club Band” was released, as was David Bowie’s debut album,
Kids play in a fountain as they celebrate the last day of school, traditionally called the ‘last bell’ in central Kiev, Ukraine.
eponymously titled “David Bowie.”
In 1 9 6 8 , author-lecturer Helen Keller, who earned a college
degree despite being blind and deaf almost her entire life, In other news ...
died in Westport, Connecticut, at age 87. Cesar Chavez Elementary School after that were not life-threatening.
In 1 9 7 7 , the Soviet Union formally charged Jewish human Endangered condor may have receiving a report of seven students Wildlife officers who responded found
rights activist Anatoly Shcharansky with treason. hatched in Zion National Park with “minor symptoms of upset stom- mountain lion tracks at the scene.
(Shcharansky was imprisoned, then released in 1986; he’s ach.”
SALT LAKE CITY — There’s likely a
now known as Natan Sharansky.) new baby condor at Zion National Park Matlow says none of the affected stu- Feds to investigate spike in
In 1 9 8 0 , Cable News Network made its debut. in southwest Utah. dents needed to go to the hospital, and
In 2 0 0 8 , fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent died in Paris all were released to their parents.
gray whale deaths on West Coast
Park rangers said Thursday that they
at age 71. suspect a pair of endangered California A father, Carlos Villalobos, tells SEATTLE — U.S. scientists said
condors has hatched their first egg KTVU-TV that the candy bought at a Friday they will investigate why an
Birthdays because of behavior changes between
the birds.
nearby store had expired a year ago.
Neither the fire department nor police
unusual number of gray whales are
washing up dead on West Coast beach-
They estimate the chick to be about 3 could immediately corroborate that es.
weeks old. claim. About 70 whales have been found
If the chick survives, it would be dead so far this year on the coasts of
Utah’s first successful hatchling. Zion DNA tests confirm mountain California, Oregon, Washington and
Alaska, the most since 2000. About
spokeswoman Aly Baltrus says three lion attacked California boy five more have been discovered on
chicks have been born at the park but
have died before they were old enough SAN DIEGO — California wildlife British Columbia beaches. That’s a
to fly. authorities say DNA tests confirm that a very small fraction of the total number
National Park Service records show mountain lion killed in a San Diego of whales believed to have died, because
Singer Alanis the condors were the only breeding pair County nature preserve this week is the most simply sink and others wash up in
Actor Morgan Model-actress
Morissette is 45. in Zion as of last year. Park rangers animal that injured a 4-year-old boy such remote areas they’re not recorded.
Freeman is 82. Heidi Klum is 46.
estimate they’ve been together for two hours earlier. NOAA Fisheries on Friday declared
Singer Pat Boone is 85. Actor Rene Auberjonois is 79. years. The state Department of Fish and the die-off an “unusual mortality
Opera singer Frederica von Stade is 74. Actor Brian Cox is 73. California condors are making a Wildlife says Friday a mountain lion event,” providing additional resources
Rock musician Ronnie Wood is 72. Actor Jonathan Pryce is comeback in the wild three decades after genetic profile obtained from samples to respond to the deaths and triggering
72. Actress Gemma Craven is 69. Actor John M. Jackson (TV: nearing the brink of extinction. collected from the boy is identical to the investigation.
“NCIS: Los Angeles”) is 69. Blues-rock musician Tom the profile of the lion killed by offi- “Many of the whales have been skin-
Principato is 67. Country singer Ronnie Dunn is 66. Actress Seven children sickened in cers. ny and malnourished, and that suggests
Lisa Hartman Black is 63. Actor Tom Irwin is 63. Singer-musi- The DNA was extracted from material they may not have gotten enough to eat
cian Alan Wilder is 60. Rock musician Simon Gallup (The San Jose by bad batch of candy found clothing and bandages from the during their last feeding season in the
Cure) is 59. Country musician Richard Comeaux (River Road) SAN JOSE — Authorities in the San boy and from scrapings from the moun- Arctic,” agency spokesman Michael
is 58. Actor-comedian Mark Curry is 58. Actor-singer Jason Francisco Bay Area say seven children tain lion’s claws. Milstein told reporters during a confer-
Donovan is 51. Actress Teri Polo is 50. Basketball player- got sick after they apparently ate The victim was in a group of 11 ence call.
turned-coach Tony Bennett is 50. Actor Rick Gomez is 47. expired candy. adults and children when he was The eastern North Pacific gray whales
Actress Sarah Wayne Callies is 42. Comedian Link Neal San Jose Fire Department Capt. attacked Monday on a trail in Los were removed from the endangered
(Rhett & Link) is 41. TV personality Damien Fahey is 39. Mitch Matlow tells the Mercury News Penasquitos Canyon Preserve. His species list in 1994, after recovering
Americana singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile is 38. Actor in San Jose that fire personnel went to injuries were described as head wounds from the whaling era.
Johnny Pemberton is 38. Actress-writer Amy Schumer is 38.
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Man gets 27 years prison for Police reports
Bored in traffic

starting blaze in Santa Cruz


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Large wooden boards were blocking
lanes on Woodside Road in Redwood
City causing traffic, it was reported at
6:53 p.m. Thursday, May 30.

SANTA CRUZ — A Northern California SAN MATEO


man convicted of intentionally starting a
2017 wildfire that destroyed two homes and Drunk dri v i ng . A motorist was driving
injured several firefighters in the Santa Cruz while intoxicated on Ellsworth Avenue, it
mountains was sentenced to 27 years in was reported at 11:55 p.m. Wednesday, May
prison. 29.
Marlon Coy, 56, was sentenced Thursday Burg l ary . Someone broke the back win-
and ordered to pay more than $2 million to dow of a car on Peninsula Avenue, it was
reimburse the California Department of reported at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
Forestry and Fire Protection for battling the Theft. Someone stole packages off a porch
blaze and to cover undetermined damages to on Laurie Meadows Drive, it was reported at
six property owners, KSBW-TV reported . 3:31 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
Authorities say witnesses saw Coy start Theft. Two people stole items from a store
the fire on Oct. 16, 2017, near a rural prop- on Hillsdale Boulevard, it was reported at
erty in Santa Cruz County after a dispute at 1:46 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
the junk-littered property he shared with his Acci dent. Two cars collided on Delaware
girlfriend. The fire destroyed that property Street, it was reported at 11:56 a. m.
and a nearby home. Wednesday, May 29.
Coy used a can of gasoline to light a
campsite on fire, according to court docu- REDWOOD CITY
ments. As campers were fleeing the burning Reckl es s dri v i ng . A truck almost hit
property, they allegedly saw Coy ignite three parked cars on El Camino Real, it was
more fires along the hillside. Marlon Coy, 56, was sentenced to 27 years in prison for intentionally starting a 2017 wildfire reported at 5:47 p.m. Thursday, May 30.
Coy was first arrested after he was spotted that destroyed two homes and injured several firefighters in Santa Cruz County. Ro bbery . Two people robbed someone
stealing from evacuated homes, officials
mile (1. 6 square kilometers) in the moun- In court, Coy acknowledged starting the while wielding a knife on Beech Street, it
have said.
tain range south of San Francisco and fire and pleaded guilty to 13 felonies that was reported at 4:58 p.m. Thursday, May
It took firefighters 10 days to contain
the blaze that scorched over half a square killed a pet cat. included arson, looting and animal cruelty. 30.
Reckl es s dri v i ng . Two trucks were racing
each other on Jefferson Avenue, it was
Chick-fil-A locations and more than 2,300 reported at 3:04 p.m. Thursday, May 30.
Chick-fil-A coming to Redwood City Local brief locations in 47 states, all of which are Petty theft. A woman stole a wallet and a
Fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is coming to closed on Sundays. The next closest Chick- diaper bag on Broadway, it was reported at
Redwood City, but an opening date has not The restaurant chain has been the subject 10:03 a.m. Thursday, May 30.
of political controversy over the years. fil-A is in Sunnyvale.
yet been announced, city spokeswoman
Meghan Horrigan said Friday. Many have criticized political donations
The Georgia-based purveyor of chicken and comments made by ownership as anti-
sandwiches and waffle fries has obtained LGBT, and Chick-fil-A restaurant openings
city approval for renovations and will have often been met with protests.
replace the McDonald’s at 536 Whipple The Redwood City restaurant will be in
Ave., Horrigan said.  addition to about a dozen existing Bay Area
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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Weekend • June 1-2, 2019 5


Around the nation
Trump tweets in support
of LGBT people to mark Pride Month
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is tweeting in
support of LGBT people to mark LGBT Pride Month. His
tweets come one week after his adminis-
tration moved to revoke newly won
health care discrimination protections
for transgender people.
That move was the latest in a series of
actions by the Trump administration that
aim to reverse gains by LGBTQ
Americans in areas including the mili-
tary, housing and education.
Donald Trump In his tweets Friday, Trump says he
wants to “recognize the outstanding con-
tributions LGBT people have made to our great Nation.”
The president says other nations “punish, imprison or
even execute individuals on the basis of sexual orienta-
tion.” He says the U.S. has a “global campaign to decrimi-
nalize homosexuality.”
Advocates for LGBT people say the Trump administration
has been undermining nondiscrimination protections.
REUTERS
Shruthika Padhy, 13, of Cherryhill, New Jersey, Erin Howard, 14, of Huntsville, Alabama, Rishik Gandhasri, 13, of San Jose,
Christopher Serrao, 13, of Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, Saketh Sundar, 13, Clarksville, Maryland, Sohum Sukhatankar, 13,
of Dallas, Texas, Rohan Raja, 13, of Irving, Texas and Abhijay Kodali, 12, of Flower Mound, Texas celebrate their eight-way tie in
the final round of the 92nd annual Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Broken bee? Spelling experts


say tougher words out there
By Ben Nuckols prime-time finals, 10 made it back to end the bee with more than the max-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS into this year’s top 50. Seven made the imum of three co-champions allowed
top 16 for the second straight year, under the rules.
OXON HILL, Md. — The Scripps including two who advanced to ESPN’s “The ability of those spellers was
National Spelling Bee suffered a body prime-time telecast three years in a simply greater in aggregate than we
blow when eight kids ended up co- row. (Both of those three-timers, Erin prepared for,” said Peter Sokolowski,
champions because they were simply Howard and Shruthika Padhy, were an editor-at-large at Merriam-Webster
too accomplished to stumble over any among the eight champions.) who consults with Scripps but has no
of the words Scripps threw at them. “It’s still overwhelming to look at formal role in word selection or bee
That doesn’t mean it’s irretrievably the aptitude of these kids at one time,” planning.
broken. said Mirle Shivashankar, father of “They were structurally prepared for
Even some critics who thought the 2009 champion Kavya Shivashankar kind of a duel between two spellers.
words Thursday night were insultingly and 2015 co-champion Vanya What they recognized was they didn’t
easy are optimistic that the bee can Shivashankar. “We used to see these have enough words of that very high
recover and produce a single champion kinds of kids before, one at a time, two level, of the most difficult level. ...
next year and for many years to come. at a time. Tossing them in a group like They were all difficult words, but not
“As spellers evolve, the bee does, that is just hard to digest for me.” the most difficult words. They had
too,” 17-year-old former speller Grace From the beginning of the finals already gone through them.”
Walters said Friday. She’s the personal Thursday morning, Scripps was play- But why did that happen? According
coach to last year’s winner and three of ing catch-up. Ten spellers exited in the to the former spellers-turned-profes-
this year’s champions. “The National first round of finals, more or less an sional coaches who helped this year’s
Spelling Bee as we know it right now expected number. But in the next kids crack the bee’s code, the Scripps
might be broken, but the bee is going round, only six misspelled. Just five word list has tendencies that are easy
to evolve. I think it can continue. ... dropped out in the round after that. The to figure out. SpellPundit, an online
I’ll be really sad if it doesn’t!” words had to get much tougher just to study guide started by two ex-spellers
The extraordinary 2019 bee featured whittle the field to 16 kids in the span and used by all but two of the eventual
strong contestants, a field as deep and of 5 1/2 hours. champions, offers a full refund of its
well-prepared as any in the event’s 94- That’s when bee organizers huddled $600 annual subscription fee if
year history. for an emergency strategy meeting, Scripps uses a word that isn’t included
Of the 16 spellers in last year’s where they hatched a contingency plan in its database.

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Fatal street racing the seconds in command the 1000 block of McCue
Local briefs of the department for the Avenue. The victim came
crash fugitive gets prison into his friend’s Honda Prelude and fled the past six years. He is a home at 9:48 a.m. and
A 33-year-old man extradited from scene. Xavier was killed by the impact of product of the saw him walking out of
Guatemala in 2018 on several felony the collision and her mother was severely Burlingame school sys- her driveway carrying
charges for his role in a 2009 car crash that injured, according to prosecutors. tem, where he graduated some of her property.
killed a 6-year-old girl in Menlo Park was Fox was at large until his arrest in from Burlingame High, She confronted him and
sentenced to nine years in state prison Guatemala in 2016, and his trial was set to and later earned a bache- he threatened harm, then
Friday after he pleaded no contest to vehicu- begin June 10 when his plea deal was lor’s degree from Union fled. He was last seen
lar manslaughter, according to the San reached Friday, according to prosecutors. Tony Psaila University. Mark Puzon near San Carlos Avenue,
Mateo County District Attorney’s Office. Fox’s defense attorney Jeff Jackson said Psaila has managed the according to the
Shannon Fox fought extradition for some he felt the outcome was fair and that his Police Department’s recruitment and reten- Sheriff’s Office.
two years after his 2016 arrest in Guatemala client is very sorry for what he did. He said tion efforts and is credited with keeping About an hour later, the stolen credit cards
and was returned to the United States by the Fox told him that not a day has gone by staffing levels and moral high. were used in San Bruno and surveillance
FBI Aug. 28, 2018. He will receive nearly when he has not thought about what hap- Psaila now lives in Belmont with his wife video showed the suspect, identified as
five years credit for time served, according pened. Traci and two daughters, both of whom Mark Puzon, 38, of Daly City, using the
to prosecutors. attended Belmont schools. cards. He was also identified by a former
On Nov. 12, 2009, Fox is said to have New police chief named for Belmont One arrested in credit card caper
acquaintance who saw him in the area,
been driving a Ford Mustang on the according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Belmont City Manager Greg Scoles Daly City police arrested him May 29 for
Bayfront Expressway at nearly 80 mph Authorities are on the lookout for a man
announced the appointment of Capt. Tony multiple counts of identity theft, fraudulent
while racing a Honda Prelude just before 2 who forced entry into a San Carlos home
Psaila as Belmont’s newest police  chief, use of an access card and commercial burgla-
p.m. He ran a red light at the intersection Tuesday, stole various items and used credit
effective July 14, 2019. He will replace ry. Puzon’s involvement in the residential
with Willow Road and collided with a cards at multiple businesses on San Bruno
retiring Police Chief, Dan DeSmidt who has burglary and the robbery is still under
Toyota Camry carrying 6-year-old Lisa just one hour later, according to the San
served as chief since 2012.  investigation. Puzon was booked into the
Xavier and her parents, according to prose- Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
Psaila is a 30-year veteran of the Belmont San Mateo County Maguire Correctional
cutors. Between 8:45 a.m. and 9:48 a.m., a man
Police Department and has served as one of Facility.
After the two vehicles spun out, Fox got forced entry through a rear garage door on

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riages/walkers, 3). small floats or wagons, $78, 000 to install automated external Bruno Co mmuni ty Fo undati o n.
4). animals, 5). bikes, 6). family neighbor- defibrillators at 20 campuses. ***
hood groups, 7). children’s organizations *** Di ana So mo rjai , of Hillsborough, and
and 8). adult organizations. The parade will Summi t Prep Charter Hi g h Scho o l , Mo l l y Wei ner, of San Mateo, were select-
end at Ci ty Park in conjunction with com- Ev eres t Publ i c Hi g h Scho o l , Mi l l s ed by the Bro nfman Fo undati o n to study
munity day with other city and civic groups. Hi g h Scho o l , Arag o n Hi g h Scho o l , in Israel.
This year’s posy princess is Val enti na Burl i ng ame Hi g h Scho o l , Capuchi no ***
Mars hal l from St. Ro berts Catho l i c Hi g h Scho o l , Hi l l s dal e Hi g h Scho o l Cl ai re Carruthers , of Atherton, Mo l l y
El e me n t ary S c h o o l . The Ladi e s i n and San Mateo Hi g h Scho o l were all Kat z , of Menlo Park, and B e n j ami n
Wai ti ng are: Kennedy Co ug hl i n from recognized among the U. S. News and Wi l l i ams , of Portola Valley, were named to
St. Roberts, Audre y S t ap l e s from Repo rt listing of best high schools in the Rachi d Ati e, of San Mateo, graduated the dean’s list at Bel mo nt Uni v ers i ty .
Ro l l i n g wo o d El e me n t ary S c h o o l , nation. from Co as tal Caro l i na Uni v ers i ty .
So fi a Ro mo from B e l l e Ai re *** ***
Cap uc h i n o Hi g h S c h o o l seniors Class notes is a column dedicated to school news.
Jas mi n Bedo l l a, Shri y a Jay anthi , It is compiled by education reporter Austin Walsh.
Obituary You can contact him at (650) 344-5200, ext. 105 or
Kathy Li n, Zari an Marti n and Zi dane at austin@smdailyjournal.com.
John Patrick “Des” Devlin
January 2, 1933 – May 9, 2019 Obituary
Passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family Lowell Vernon Dravenstadt
on May 9, 2019.
John, known to most as Des, was born in San Francisco on August 5, 1920 – May 13, 2019
January 2, 1933 to John and Mary Devlin of Armagh, Ireland. Lowell Vernon Dravenstadt, family man, entrepreneur,
He was the eldest of four children. wordsmith, dapper dresser, dancer, romantic, and accomplished
He attended St. Ignatius College Preparatory where he traveler, died on Monday, May 13, 2019. He was 98.
played football, basketball and baseball and was a member In 1920, Woodrow Wilson was president, women gained
of the diving team. After graduating in 1951, he enlisted in the right to vote, and a boy named Lowell was born in New
the United States Air Force wherein he served four years and fought in the Korean Weston, Ohio. His parents, Vernon and Iva Dravenstadt, raised
War. While stationed in Germany, he joined the Sembach Motorcycle Club and him and his three siblings in Springfield with solid family
became a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast. Soon thereafter, he met and married Marilyn values and a good work ethic. As a teenager, Lowell was fun-
(Whooley) Devlin, who remained the love of his life for fifty-seven years. loving, independent, and ambitious.
Des was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather, and he will be greatly missed In 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and the war was on. Lowell’s interest
by his pride and joy: children Kathleen (Edgar) Costa, Linda (Alfredo) Pacheco, in commercial aviation took him to Washington D.C., where he became an air traffic
John (Maura) Devlin, Patricia (Jeffrey) Hart, and Barbara (Joel) O’Daniel; his controller. A pretty young woman working at the Eastern Airlines counter caught his
adored grandchildren Erik, Devin, and Veronica (Cody); Elyse, Shanley (deceased), eye, and he and France Miller were married a year later. He then enlisted and shipped
and Robert; Nora and Jack; Nicole, Shane, and Desmond; and Kendall and Logan; out with the Merchant Marines working as a radio operator in the Pacific until the end
his brother, Denis (Helen) Devlin and his treasured nieces and nephews. Des was of WWII.
preceded in death by his cherished wife Marilyn and his brother Pat. After the war, Lowell and his bride moved to Arlington, VA, where he began a
Des and Marilyn married in San Francisco in 1959 and moved to San Mateo, where 25-year career with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). His job assignments
they raised their five children and remained for forty-four years before moving to included stints in Washington, D.C.; Miami, Florida; Manila, Philippines; and finally
northern California. Des worked for the San Mateo Fire Department for twenty-nine in 1962, San Francisco, CA. Meanwhile, Lowell and Fran were raising their children
years. During his tenure he was promoted to Captain in 1969, served as an official of to love, honor, and obey, with a big dose of fun and adventure.
the Fire Fighters’ Union Local 2250 and was a friend and mentor to many. He was Lowell retired from the FAA in 1973 and started his second career as a real estate
selected as a recipient of the California State Firemen’s Association Valor Award in broker, founding Mills Estate Realty in Millbrae, CA. He also actively invested in
1977, and upon his retirement in 1987 was commended for his service by the Council. the burgeoning pistachio industry in California. Life was good. And then it wasn’t
Des and Marilyn shared a love of traveling, soccer, and supporting the local sports Lowell’s beloved wife died in 1989 after 47 years of marriage. Her epitaph befittingly
teams. He coached youth soccer for many years. He was an avid outdoorsman, who states: ‘She brought sunshine that will warm our hearts forever.’
enjoyed camping, fishing and nature. He passed his appreciation and knowledge of With the loss of his life-long partner, Lowell, as a young 69-year old, still had much
the natural world on to his children and grandchildren. Des was a lifelong reader and to do and see. For the next 15 years, he traveled the world as an Ambassador Host
learner, who had a twinkle in his eye and a wry sense of humor. In addition to his work for Crystal Cruise lines and a Mariner Host for Golden Bear Travel. His intelligence,
as a firefighter, he supported his family as a commercial fisherman in the rough waters charisma, and million-dollar smile made him popular with everyone he met.
outside the Golden Gate. He built his own boats, tied his own flies, learned to fly Lowell retired from his role as cruise host and spent hours volunteering as a docent
planes and enjoyed motorcycling, woodworking and playing the harmonica. As a boy at Filoli. This
he was particularly interested in falconry, and tamed and adopted many wild animals, combined his love of nature, children, and education. He spent his final years at
including a fox, a skunk, and a raccoon. As a young man, he trained his pet Airedales, Peninsula Regent in San Mateo, CA, as an inspiring senior citizen and a master bocce
who often took home trophies from local dog shows. His love of the ocean kept him competitor. We’ll remember him for his fortitude, zest for life, and quick wit. He was
swimming, fishing and scuba and abalone diving well into his later years. a man of many words with impeccable, and sometimes deadpan, delivery.
Des will be remembered for his tenacity, wit, love of nature and commitment to Lowell was predeceased by his parents, his siblings, and his wife. He is survived
family, and will be kept in the hearts and minds of those who knew and loved him. by his daughter, Jeane Makar (Tom Kay); son, Jay Dravenstadt (Emily); grandsons,
Family and friends are welcome to attend a Vigil Service on Thursday, June 6, 2019 Weston Dravenstadt (Danielle), and Marshall Dravenstadt, and great granddaughter,
at 5:30 pm at Sneider & Sullivan & O’Connell’s, 977 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo, Sylvia Dravenstadt.
followed by refreshments and reception at the Elks Lodge, 229 W. 20th Avenue, San Services will be held on Friday, June 7th at Skylawn. Visitation will begin at 10:00
Mateo. In lieu of flowers, if desired, donations to the Davis Phinney Foundation for and the funeral at 11:00. All are invited to join the family for a reception afterward.
Parkinson’s in Des’ memory will be appreciated. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Mission Hospice or the San
Mateo County Park Foundation.
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Judge says Missouri clinic can keep providing abortions written statement that state regulators still
By Jim Salter and David A. Lieb
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS have “serious health and safety concerns
regarding Planned Parenthood’s abortion
ST. LOUIS — A judge issued an order facility in St. Louis.”
Friday to keep Missouri’s only abortion Parson’s administration drew support from
clinic operating over the objections of state Missouri Right to Life Executive Director
health officials, delivering abortion-rights Susan Klein, who backed a 2017 state law
advocates a courtroom victory after a string requiring unannounced annual inspections
of setbacks in legislatures around the U.S. of abortion clinics. Klein said abortion-
St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer rights advocates are trying “to play the vic-
said Planned Parenthood’s St. Louis clinic tim and blame others for their deficiencies.”
can continue providing abortions despite In refusing to renew the license,
the Missouri health department’s refusal to Missouri’s health department cited “failed
renew its license over a variety of patient surgical abortions in which women
safety concerns. He said the temporary remained pregnant” and legal violations,
restraining order was necessary to “prevent while insisting that it first needed to inter-
irreparable injury” to Planned Parenthood. view several clinic physicians who had been
With the abortion license set to expire at reluctant to talk. Planned Parenthood said
midnight Friday, Planned Parenthood pre- two staff doctors agreed to interviews, but
emptively sued this week and argued that the that others who are contractors or no longer
state was “weaponizing” the licensing work at the clinic would not talk.
REUTERS
process. Planned Parenthood said that The fight over the clinic’s license comes
A banner stating ‘Still Here’ hangs on the side of the Planned Parenthood Building after a as lawmakers in many conservative states
absent court intervention, Missouri would judge granted a temporary restraining order on the closing of Missouri’s sole remaining
become the first state without an abortion are passing new restrictions that take aim at
Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Louis. Roe. Abortion opponents, emboldened by
clinic since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973
Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized the proce- tion, Stelzer’s ruling says. A hearing is set CEO Dr. Leana Wen said in a statement. “We new conservative justices on the Supreme
dure nationwide. for Tuesday morning. have seen just how vulnerable access to Court, are hoping federal courts will uphold
The clinic’s license will remain in effect “Today is a victory for women across abortion care is here — and in the rest of the laws that prohibit abortions before a fetus is
until a ruling is issued on Planned Missouri, but this fight is far from over,” country.” viable outside the womb, the dividing line
Parenthood’s request for a permanent injunc- Planned Parenthood Federation of America Republican Gov. Mike Parson said in a the high court set in Roe.

Obituary Obituary

Ann E. Carey
Dorothy Wexler October 28, 1957 – May 19, 2019
January 10, 1923 – May 20, 2019 Ann E. Carey, the beloved daughter of the late Honorable
Robert E. Carey and Mrs. Helen J. Carey, was born October
Loving wife of David Wexler passed away peacefully at age 96 on May 20 in San 28, 1957 in Palo Alto, California, and lost her long battle with
Mateo. Dorothy was born on January 10, 1923. cancer on May 19, 2019 surrounded by her family and close
Dorothy was the caring mother of Richard Wexler and Sallye Errecart. She was also friends.
the loving grandmother to Danny and Scott Errecart as well as Kevin and Kristina Ann grew up in Atherton, where she attended Convent of
Wexler. the Sacred Heart High School. A top athlete, Ann competed as
Growing up in SF California, Dorothy was the sister of predeceased Harry, Beverly, a member of the NCAA Varsity Diving Team at Stanford University, where she also
earned a Bachelor Degree in English. She received a teaching credential from the
Marilyn, and Phyllis. She was a homemaker until her children left home. After that University of California, Berkeley, and earned an MBA at Santa Clara University,
time, she assisted her husband Dave in his law practice for over 20 years. Dorothy graduating with Honors.
and Dave were also founding members of Peninsula Temple Sholom in Burlingame. After teaching 3rd grade at Nativity Elementary School and working at the High
Dorothy cherished her family time including all the time they spent in Lake Tahoe, Tech startup, AG Associates, Ann ultimately, became a Development and Investment
watching football every Sunday, and listening to Barbra Streisand. Real Estate Manager.
Services were held at Peninsula Temple Sholom on Thursday, May 23. Please direct Throughout her life, Ann enjoyed traveling, playing golf, swimming, and diving.
She was a woman of deep faith who loved spending time with her family and friends.
any donations to Peninsula Temple Sholom or Sutter Care at Home – San Mateo She had a kind and gentle soul, a thoughtful and loving heart, and was always giving
(Hospice) to others.
Ann is survived by her mother, Helen; her brother, Robert Jr. (Kay); and her brother
Thomas. She was a proud aunt of her two nieces, Michelle and Elizabeth.
A Rosary will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, June 3, 2019 at St. Denis Church
(2250 Avy Avenue, Menlo Park). Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m.
on Tuesday, June 4 at St. Denis. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation
be made in Ann’s memory to Corpus Christi Monastery (215 Oak Grove Avenue,
Menlo Park, CA 94025). Condolences to the family may also be offered online at
crippenflynn.com
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Biden, Harris friendship faces the test of a campaign


By Juana Summers for the Democratic presi- Yet while many candi- they served as attorneys general said the two
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dential nomination. dates in the race have quickly developed a rapport and a level of
Most of the two dozen derided Joe Biden’s high- trust. They came to rely on each other as
WASHINGTON — Nearly a year after Beau White House hopefuls dollar fundraisers and past sounding boards, according to the aides,
Biden died of brain cancer, Kamala Harris was have pre-existing friend- policy stances, Harris has who spoke on the condition of anonymity
still grieving. Speaking at the California ships from their time on largely refrained. in order to candidly describe their relation-
Democratic Party’s convention in 2016, Capitol Hill or other If they share the stage at ship.
Harris spoke of Biden’s family as one that Democratic circles. But one of the upcoming pres- During negotiations with banks during the
“truly represents our nation’s highest ideals, few are as complex — and idential debates, their foreclosure crisis, one former Harris aide said
a powerful belief in the nobility of public potentially awkward — Kamala Harris approach to each other she talked or texted with Beau Biden daily —
Joe Biden
service.” as the tie between Harris could be further tested. and sometimes more frequently. The aide
She then praised his father, Joe, saying the and Joe Biden. Given their past history, some Democrats described a close partnership between not
then-vice president “has given so much to They’ve bonded over their deep love and doubt Harris and Joe Biden will swing too just Beau Biden and Harris themselves, but
our country and on top of everything he has admiration of Beau Biden and a sadness over hard against each other — at least early on. between the two staffs despite the fact that
accomplished, he gave to us my dear friend, his loss that lingers four years after his “In this instance, I have to believe that their offices were located on opposite ends of
Beau.” Joe Biden later took the stage, calling death. But signs of tension that could strain when you’re talking about someone having the country.
Harris among the “great friends” he and Beau the relationship have already surfaced. lost their child and someone who lost a For a moment this week, Beau Biden’s
had in California. Her campaign, for instance, has resented friend and a colleague, I think that creates memory seemed to suspend the rancor of pol-
Harris and Beau Biden formed a close talk that she would be a perfect running mate respect, not rancor,” said Democratic strate- itics. On Thursday, Harris marked the fourth
friendship during their time as state attor- for Joe Biden. After a recent New Hampshire gist Karen Finney. anniversary of his death by tweeting a photo
neys general — Harris in California and town hall, she pointedly joked that Joe Representatives for Harris and Joe Biden of herself with Beau Biden, saying “you
Biden in Delaware. It was that relationship Biden would be a great running mate because declined to comment for this story. couldn’t find a person who cared more deeply
that drew Harris closer to Joe Biden and has “as vice president, he’s proven he knows But those who worked closely with Beau for his family, the nation he served, and the
come into focus now that they’re both vying how to do the job.” Biden and Harris on a number of issues while state of Delaware.”

Sanders, Harris seek Hispanic votes at California forum


By Michael R. Blood ized by immigrant rights promised that if elected she would work for labeling President Donald Trump a “racist”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS activists kicked off sev- comprehensive immigration reform in her who was trying to win re-election by divid-
eral days of intense cam- first 100 days in office. ing Americans by skin color and where they
PASADENA — Bernie Sanders and Kamala paigning in the state, She also promised to end the “hate-driv- were born.
Harris dueled Friday over Hispanic votes in which will culminate at a en” policies of the Trump administration, If elected, “we are going to do exactly the
California, a central front in the nation’s state Democratic con- including the so-called travel ban. opposite, ” Sanders said. Americans, he
immigration battle where Latinos represent vention in San Francisco “This is a nation that was founded by said, want immigration reform and a path to
the state’s largest ethnic group. where 14 candidates are immigrants,” she said at one point. Any citizenship for the millions of people who
As the nation’s most populous state, scheduled to appear. delay, she said, brings more human suffer- entered the U.S. illegally.
California holds a trove of 2020 delegates Bernie Sanders Harris elicited a burst ing when families are separated or treated He promised to bring an administration to
that are being eagerly sought by Democratic of applause when she unjustly. Washington that “represents the needs of
presidential rivals. The appearance of the told the group that she was a proud daughter Sanders took the stage to chants of the working people of this country,” not
two prominent contenders at a forum organ- of immigrants from India and Jamaica, then “Bernie, Bernie.” He opened his remarks by just the wealthy.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Weekend • June 1-2, 2019 9


Issues with the ‘adversity score’ How low is low?
By Charlie Chapman ligence and apti-
tude of students

I
’ve been looking at U.S. Census Bureau data for

I
n early May, The Wall Street accurately without Redwood City. Because the most recent census occurred
Journal reported the College the use of standard- in 2010, its count of 76,815 residents is well out of
Board would be adding an “adver- ized tests. Even date. However, the bureau’s website also contains more
sity score” to its SAT testing. It has though the stu- recent estimates based on data from an American
been reported the score will range dent’s score will Community Survey. By 2017, when that survey was taken,
from 0 to 100 and attempt to quantify not be influenced Redwood City had grown to an estimated 84,368 residents,
the amount of hardship a student has by the adversity an increase of more than 10 percent since the 2010 census.
faced. Factors such as race, income index, the idea that All of those people need somewhere to live. In 2010, the
and the socioeconomic conditions of the College Board needs to provide the College Board’s adversity score. census found a total of 29,167 housing units (apartments,
the student’s area will be factored into this service undermines the purpose Admissions offices already take into single family homes, condominiums, mobile homes and the
an algorithm known only to the of the SAT’s continued use.  account the perseverance and disad- like) within Redwood City. By 2017, that number was an
College Board to create the score. The primary rebuttal offered by vantages of students through essays, estimated 30,898. Together these show an increase of
This move by the College Board is opponents of standardized tests is interviews and recommendation let- roughly 1,750 housing units, at a time when our population
the most transparent move yet by that disadvantaged students are not ters. These parts of applications increased by 7,800 people. Even considering that most
testing agencies and admissions given the same opportunities to allow students to explain their unique households consist of more than one person, we clearly
offices to replace merit-based admis- develop their academic abilities, in circumstances and how they have haven’t been building homes fast enough to accommodate
sions with a system engineered to comparison to some students who overcome obstacles in their own life. demand.
ensure equal outcomes. The new addi- make use of private tutors and dedicat- The creation of the “adversity Not only haven’t we been
tion to the test undermines the value ed parents who push their kids to pre- score”  is likely an attempt by the building homes fast enough, we
pare for the test. While it is undeni- College Board to appease universities haven’t been building them to
of the exam and fails to actually solve
able that certain students are given that have become increasingly disil- fully address the market. By far
the problems that motivated the cre- the majority of what is being
ation of the “adversity score.” opportunities not available to others, lusioned by standardized tests due to
this does not discount the value in concerns raised by social justice built today is “market-rate” hous-
The SAT has been a key part of the ing. These are priced according
college applications process for assessing students based purely on activists, who see inequities in per-
academic aptitude. Regardless of pre- formance as reflections of problems to what the building owner or
almost a century. The test’s value is manager determines that they can
vious circumstances, colleges still with the test itself. Several schools,
entirely based on its objectivity, obtain from the market at large.
have a need to predict a student’s aca- including the University of Chicago,
every student regardless of race, gen- Because our area has a large num-
demic potential to perform at the have announced in recent years that
der or age is given the same questions ber of high-wage workers, many
level required by their institution.  they no longer require applicants to
and scored in the exact same way. The Even if colleges believe measures submit standardized test scores. of whom can afford high rents
test’s sole purpose is to assess a stu- of students’ hardship and privilege are However, by attempting to head off and prices, they are the ones who Greg Wilson
dent’s potential to perform well in relevant to admissions, the “adversity this loss in business, the College are targeted when pricing most of these new developments.
college courses. The reason why the score” provides this information in Board is failing to recognize the con- There are a great many lower-wage workers in cities like
test is still almost universally used by the least effective and accurate way tinued need for an objective measure Redwood City, however, and until recently almost no one
admissions offices is that it provides possible. Instead of assessing each of student aptitude in the college was building new housing they could afford. To address that
a standardized way of assessing stu- student as individuals, the College admissions process.  issue, our state and local governments passed a variety of
dents of vastly different backgrounds. Board bases the score off of data and laws requiring developers of multi-family housing to either
Other aspects of the application historical trends. Even though this pay into a fund intended to create housing for lower-income
process, such as grades and activities, Charlie Chapman is a senior at folks, or, increasingly, to set aside a percentage of the units
information can provide clues to the
vary greatly based on a student’s past. Burlingame High School. Student News in an otherwise market-rate development for those not at the
hardships faced by students, in my
For instance, some schools and even upper end of the earning scale. The result? Projects like the
experience, many seemingly well-off appears in the week end edition. You recently approved Broadway Plaza, which will include 400
individual teachers grade students on kids are actually faced by challenges can email Student News at
vastly different scales. It is impossi- market-rate units and 119 affordable units. Of those 119
that would never be revealed through news@smdaily journal.com. affordable units, 95 will be for households at the low-
ble for colleges to compare the intel-
income level, 12 for households at the very-low-income
level, and the remaining 12 will be reserved for extremely-
Letters to the editor low-income households.
If you are wondering what an “extremely-low-income”
household is, you aren’t alone. It is one of a set of cate-
Belmont with the project. Unearned bonus
Over and over, Councilman Charles gories calculated from local wages and household sizes by
development externalities Stone, Vice Mayor Warren Lieberman Editor, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
and Mayor Davina Hurt lavished Jim Hartnett, the head of Caltrain (HUD), the California Department of Housing and
Editor, Community Development, and San Mateo County. How
Most striking about the city of praise on the project, which will gen- makes more than the president, yet
erate huge profits for its owners. large a given household is, and how much it takes in annual-
Belmont’s approval of the 250-unit they still want to give him a bonus ly, determines if that household qualifies for affordable hous-
“Artisan Crossing” project were the Belmont will get to “change and (“Transit district head gets bonus” in
update” their downtown, but it will be ing and at what level.
adulation heaped on the developer and the May 20 edition of the Daily The category income limits are calculated based on some-
the dismissal of the concerns of the with expensive crammed apartments Journal). For what? Doing the job he
that most people of modest income of thing called Area Median Income, or AMI, adjusted for fami-
only speakers who would be personal- is overcompensated for? That is ly size and for areas of unusually high or low family income.
ly and negatively affected by the proj- less than $80,000 a year cannot
afford. One reason given by the coun- unwarranted and probably unlawful. For Redwood City, the Area Median Income is the median
ect: the owners of adjacent property Both transit system he oversees lose income of comparably-sized households within San Mateo
and businesses (“Belmont OKs 250 cil was that “we” need to build more
housing, so that the large corpora- money and he is always hounding County. For 2019 the AMI for a family of four has been
apartments” in the May 16 edition). determined to be $136,800.
They correctly pointed out that with tions stay here rather than build new taxpayers for more. They are also los-
facilities “in the East Bay.” It would ing riders despite unprecedented The three most common categories are “low” (80 percent
only one parking space per apart- of the AMI), “very low” (50 percent of the AMI), and
ment, and only eight parking spaces be strange to believe that the majority employment. He made a bad bet on
of current Belmont residents want the high-speed rail, and stuck us with “extremely low” (30 percent of the AMI). As an example,
for the visitors to those 250 apart- consider a two-member household that takes in $100,000
ments, there will be a very substantial their city to have more traffic and an unnecessary, expensive and disrup-
more crowded living condition so that annually. According to the tables for 2019, they fall into
and permanent street parking problem tive electrification project, which was
there would be less job growth in the the low-income category (which ranges from $64,501 to
that will hurt their employees and cus- to pave the way. I can’t believe he
East Bay. $103,350 for a family of two). Given that, we then consult a
tomers. The city took no action to still has a job. second table that specifies the maximum affordable rent pay-
address those concerns, such as requir-
Claudia Akel Tim Donnelly ment given an income category and a count of the number of
ing the project to have more than one
parking space per apartment. San Carlos Burlingame bedrooms. This table aims to ensure that our household’s
Councilmembers appeared too smitten rent is no more than 30 percent of their income. In our
example, the table states that, for a one-bedroom apartment,
our household would pay $2,423 monthly.
OUR MISSION: This is all well and good, but just try to find an available
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most apartment that has been designated for a low-income house-
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. hold. Fortunately, Redwood City housing projects approved
By combining local news and sports coverage, since May 2018 must make 20 percent of their units afford-
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, able at a predefined set of income levels (small projects can
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to instead pay an impact fee), and they must remain affordable
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality for 55 years. Thanks to this, our hypothetical couple should
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Shanni Brown Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County.
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we someday have a chance at one of Broadway Plaza’s 95 apart-
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer ments for low-income households.
choose to reflect the diverse character of this
Dave Newlands, Production Manager INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: dynamic and ever-changing community. Redwood City still has a long way to go in providing
Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman
Will Nacouzi, Production Assistant Jim Clifford Matthew Dalton enough affordable housing, especially at lower income lev-
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events
Talia Fine Maria Garcia-Hernandez SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM els. But thanks to a handful of recently approved housing
Brooke Hanshaw Robert Hutchinson projects, Redwood City is finally starting to align its large
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10 Weekend • June 1-2, 2019 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks end rocky month lower


By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 25,046.31
Wall Street is no fan of Tariff Man.
Low: 24,809.51
The stock market stumbled Friday to its
first losing month of 2019 in May, primari- Close: 24,815.04
ly due to President Donald Trump’s decision Change: -354.84
to broadly wield his tariff powers, first
against China over trade and then against OTHER INDEXES
Mexico over immigration. S&P 500: 2752.06 -36.80
During stocks’ month-long slide
investors wrestled with the potential impact NYSE Index: 12,264.49 -129.17
that the U.S.’s escalating trade war with Nasdaq: 7453.15 -114.57
China could have on corporate and econom- NYSE MKT: 2442.57 -14.09
ic growth. Friday’s losses came after Trump
announced plans via Twitter to impose tar- Russell 2000: 1465.49 -20.04
iffs on Mexico in a bid to compel the Wilshire 5000: 28,369.39 -378.93
nation’s third-biggest trading partner to
crack down on migrants attempting to enter
the U.S. 10-Yr Bond: 2.14 -0.08
Oil (per barrel): 53.25 -3.34
The move shocked investors and spurred a Gold : 1,310.80 +18.40
broad sell-off that sliced more than 350
points from the Dow Jones Industrial
Average. The selling left the benchmark
S&P 500 index 6.6% lower for the month, global economic outlook, with many econ- deal so that the economy would not be hurt,” 4.8%. Ford Motor lost 2.3%.
and up 9.8% for the year so far. omists now forecasting U.S. growth to said Martin. “And now the behavior is indi- Banks also declined as higher bond prices
“Clearly the markets were blindsided and weaken in the coming months. That’s likely cating that he will use (tariffs) to accom- pushed yields lower. The yield on the 10-
completely caught off guard,” said Cliff to weigh on corporate profits this year. plish his goals and seems less concerned year Treasury note slid to 2.13% from 2.22%
Hodge, director of investments for “What you had over the last few days real- about the actual economic impact.” late Thursday.
Cornerstone Wealth. ly is an increase in global uncertainty, and Since the end of April, investors have Investors have been shifting money into
It was only a month ago that the S&P 500 the economic data has been poor and weak- sought out safer investments like utilities bonds over concerns that economic growth
hit a record high and underlined its claim as ening,” said Tom Martin, senior portfolio and bonds. Technology stocks, which led will be crimped by the ongoing trade war.
the longest bull market for stocks on manager with Globalt Investments. “With gains all year, were among the month’s Lower bond yields drag down interest rates,
record, at more than a decade long. The mar- rising costs as a result of tariffs and rising biggest losers. The technology heavy making lending less profitable for banks.
ket had climbed steadily through 2019 amid uncertainty, that’s definitely going to have a Nasdaq shed 7.9%, while technology com- Citigroup fell 2.3% and Bank of America
rising investor confidence that a deal with damper on earnings.” panies within the S&P 500 lost 8.9%. lost 2.1%.
China was at hand and that the Federal The S&P 500 index fell 36.80 points, or Utilities, which have lagged the market, Energy companies sank following anoth-
Reserve would not tip the economy into 1.3%, to 2,752.06. It’s the first time the fell only 1.3% in May, making them among er broad slide in oil prices. Occidental
recession by raising interest rates too S&P 500 has dropped for four straight weeks the month’s best performers. Meanwhile, Petroleum fell 4.1% and Valero Energy
aggressively. since autumn 2014. real estate stocks posted a 0.9% gain, the dropped 3.4%.
But when the first weekend of May arrived, The Dow lost 354.84 points, or 1.4%, to only winners this month. Investors have been fleeing to safer hold-
Trump’s tweet threatening more tariffs on 24,815.04. The Nasdaq slid 114.57 points, The new tariffs on Mexican goods shocked ings all month. The shift to utilities and
China upended months of calm in the mar- or 1.5%, to 7,453.15. The Russell 2000 investors who were already nervous about a bonds quickened earlier in May after the U.S.
ket. Investors are now preparing for a much index of smaller companies gave up 20.04 global trade war crimping economic growth. and China broke off negotiations. The U.S.
longer and messier resolution to the global points, or 1.4%, to 1,465.49. The new front in the trade war hit automak- then pushed more tariffs on Chinese goods
trade war than they were expecting just a few Major stock indexes in Europe also fell. ers particularly hard. Many of them import along with a ban on technology sales. That
weeks ago. “You had a market that was feeling as vehicles from Mexico. General Motors slid prompted retaliatory tariffs from China and
The trade conflicts have also clouded the though President Trump would want to do a 4.3% Friday, while Fiat Chrysler dropped threats over other key resources.

Business warns Trump of consequences of new Mexican tariffs


By Jill Colvin and Colleen Long address the serious problems at the border.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez
Obrador dispatched his foreign secretary to
WASHINGTON — Despite pushback from Washington to try to negotiate a solution.
U.S. business, Mexico and Capitol Hill, He said social problems are not solved with
President Donald Trump doubled down Friday coercive measures, but also seemed con-
on his threat to slap a 5% tariff on Mexican vinced that Trump just needed to be informed
imports unless America’s southern neighbor about all the steps Mexico has taken to slow
cracks down on Central American migrants illegal migration.
trying to cross the U.S. border. Mexico has stepped up raids on migrant
U.S. manufacturers said the tariff, set to caravans traveling through the southern
take effect June 10, would have devastating states of Chiapas and Oaxaca this year. It has
consequences on them and American con- deported thousands of migrants and frustrated
sumers. U.S. stocks tumbled on Wall Street thousands more who wait endlessly for per-
in response to Trump’s planned action. mits that would allow them to travel legally
“Imposing tariffs on goods from Mexico through Mexico.
is exactly the wrong move, ” said Neil Administration officials told reporters in a
Bradley, executive vice president of the briefing call Thursday evening that Mexico
U. S. Chamber of Commerce, which is could prevent the tariffs from kicking in by
exploring legal action in response to the securing its southern border with Guatemala,
tariffs. “These tariffs will be paid by cracking down on criminal smuggling
American families and businesses without organizations, and entering into a “safe third
REUTERS
doing a thing to solve the very real prob- country agreement” that would make it diffi-
Migrants are seen at the banks of the Rio Bravo as they cross illegally to the United States to lems at the border. Instead, Congress and cult for those who enter Mexico from other
turn themselves in to request asylum in El Paso, Texas. the president need to work together to countries to claim asylum in the U.S.

Union warns Disney World fire department is understaffed


By Mike Schneider Firefighters, Local 2117, which represents District administrator John Classe said in have as many as 143,000 guests each night
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the firefighters working for Disney’s pri- an email Wednesday. at its more than two dozen hotels and up to
vate government. He wouldn’t comment further. 153,000 daily visitors at its four theme
The administrator for that local govern- Disney World spokeswoman Andrea parks and two water parks.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — ment, the Reedy Creek Improvement Finger said the safety of guests and employ- Add a workforce of more than 70,000
Firefighters for Walt Disney World’s private District, disagrees and accused the union of ees is a core focus of the resort. employees, and the resort, which is the
government say they’re understaffed and airing concerns in the media to increase At any given moment, 32 Reedy Creek geographic size of the city of San
that poses a safety risk as the Florida theme pressure as it negotiates a new contract. The firefighters are working a 24-hour shift on Francisco, could host anywhere from
park resort grows even bigger with this firefighter’s contract expired at the end of the 25,000-acre (10,117-hectare) Disney 215,000 to almost 360,000 people on any
year’s openings of a new Star Wars land and last year. World property. But that’s not enough for given day, according to planning docu-
air gondolas. “Safety is of utmost importance, which is the number of people who visit the theme ments from the Reedy Creek Improvement
“We just don’t have enough firefighters why we are always focused on the district park resort, said Stromsnes, adding that District.
on property to make these families and vis- being a safe place and are confident we pro- there should be an additional 16 firefighters That’s roughly on par with the residential
itors safe,” said Timothy Stromsnes, presi- vide appropriate levels of fire and medical on a shift, at a minimum. population of Pittsburgh, St. Louis or
dent of the Reedy Creek Professional services, ” Reedy Creek Improvement By next year, Disney World is forecast to Cincinnati.
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Donald Trump tariff
threats alarm Mexico
growers, economists
By Andres Villarreal,
Christopher Sherman and Peter Orsi
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CULIACAN, Mexico — Tomato exporter Sergio Esquer


Peiro spent much of Friday in hastily called meetings with
other stunned growers, trying to evaluate the potential fall-
out of U.S. President Donald Trump’s threat to slap coercive
tariffs on all imports from Mexico.
The sudden announcement caught observers on both sides
of the border by surprise and prompted President Andres
Manuel Lopez Obrador to dispatch his top diplomat to
Washington for talks seeking to head off the proposed tar-
iffs.
Obrador said Mexico won’t panic over the threatened
hike, but economists and those whose livelihoods depend
on the trade relationship worth hundreds of billions of dol-
lars a year worry that stiff duties could have dramatic, nega-
tive consequences and potentially spark a trade war between
the neighboring countries.
Already, Esquer and other exporters were having to con-
REUTERS
tend with a 17.56% tariff on tomatoes imposed after
Donald Trump looks at supporters before boarding Air Force One after addressing a Trump 2020 re-election campaign rally. Washington announced in March it was ending a longstand-

Trump’s tariff plan shows


ing agreement over alleged Mexican dumping of the fruit. If
the new duties do take effect, Esquer is looking at another
5% being slapped on his products — potentially increasing
to 25% in subsequent months — unless Mexico does more

the risk he’s willing to take


to stop illegal migration through its territory by a June 10
deadline per Trump’s demand.
“Right now more than anything there is a reaction of dis-
belief with everything that is going on,” Esquer, who’s
By Zeke Miller and Jill Colvin pact, demonstrated the lengths to 5% tariff would kick in on June 10 — been sending tomatoes and other crops to the United States
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS which the risk-taking president is will- and increase monthly to 25% “until the for 60 years, told the Associated Press by phone during a
ing to go to crack down on illegal Illegal Immigration problem is reme- break in the meetings.
WASHINGTON — Exasperated by immigration, even in the face of bipar- died.” “Because of the Dems, our
reports of a flood of illegal border tisan criticism, legal challenges and Immigration Laws are BAD. Mexico
crossings, President Donald Trump polarized public feelings. makes a FORTUNE from the U.S., have Around the nation
summoned his top immigration advis- He’s setting the tricky politics of for decades, they can easily fix this
ers to demand action. Responding to immigration and trade — the two issues problem. Time for them to finally do Tariffs aimed at Mexico,
his mounting concern, including his that defined his candidacy and bedevil what must be done!” he said.
extreme threats to entirely close the his presidency — on a collision course Debate over solutions aside, indica- but US companies in line of fire
U.S.-Mexico border, they prepared an and injecting new tensions into his tors at the border have indeed been get- The surprise imposition by President Donald Trump of an
alternative but still-inflammatory plan relations with political allies as he ting worse. For May, officials said escalating tariff regime against Mexico sent ripples
to levy escalating tariffs on all struggles to show results in his cam- Thursday, apprehensions are expected through almost every economic sector in the U.S. Friday,
Mexican imports to the United States. paign for a second term. to hit their highest level in more than a hammering American companies that sell automobiles or
Thursday night’s surprise announce- “Mexico has taken advantage of the dozen years and “significantly surpass run railroads, grow vegetables or create medical devices.
ment of the plan by Trump, threatening United States for decades,” Trump the record 109,000 in April,” said act- Trump vowed to slap a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports
to upend ratification chances for his declared anew in a tweet on Friday. That ing Homeland Security Secretary Kevin on June 10, just over a week away, and raise those tariffs to
own revised North American free trade was the morning after he announced the McAleenan. 25% by October, “until the Illegal Immigration problem is
remedied.”
Whether it’s avocadoes on a taco or a new Chevrolet
Blazer SUV in the driveway, if the tariffs go into effect,
Americans could feel it.
The companies that produce such goods and must choose
EXAMINATIONS whether to absorb those costs or pass them on to cus-
and tomers, felt it immediately Friday.
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Lyon bomb suspect pledged allegiance to IS called the explosion an “attack” but no
By Samuel Petrequin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS group has claimed responsibility for the
explosion yet.
PARIS — The main suspect in the bomb- Last week, Heitz described video surveil-
ing last week in the French city of Lyon that lance that showed a man heading toward the
wounded 14 people had pledged allegiance center of Lyon on a bike. He was seen arriv-
to the Islamic State group, France’s counter- ing on foot, pushing his bike along a
terrorism prosecutor said on Friday. pedestrian-only street, then leaving a paper
Remy Heitz said in a statement the 24- bag on a concrete block in the middle of the
year-old man has admitted making the bomb street. The suspect immediately returned to
and depositing the device in front of a bak- his bike and left the same way. One minute
ery. He will be brought before an investi- later, the explosion shattered the glass of a
gating judge. refrigerator in the bakery.
The suspect, identified only as Mohamed The suspect initially denied his involve-
Hichem M., was arrested on Monday. He ment, then admitted “pledging allegiance to
arrived in France on a tourist visa in August the IS deep down inside and dropping off the
2017 but failed to leave again. Police did explosive device he had prepared before-
not give his nationality but some French hand,” Heitz said.
media reported that he was Algerian. He was Data analysis of a computer used by the
unknown to police services before the inci- suspect until the end of last year also
dent. helped investigators establish he had an
He was handed preliminary charges Friday interest for “jihadi thesis and IS’s activi-
of attempted murder, criminal terrorist con- ties.”
spiracy and manufacturing, possessing and The police probe also established that the
carrying an explosive device in relation suspect had ordered online a pack of 20 bat-
REUTERS FILE PHOTO with a terrorist undertaking. teries corresponding to those that served to
Forensic officers inspect the site of a suspected bomb attack in central Lyon, France. French President Emmanuel Macron had remotely trigger the device.

A developer proposed building a boutique, boutique hotel which could bolster the “There are very specific rules on what can

LAND
Continued from page 1
150-room hotel in one corner of the site,
reserving the rest of the property for open
space or aquatic uses such as kayak or pad-
city’s tourism industry.
“We still think there is enough capacity
to handle a small, high-end boutique hotel
and can’t be done out there,” she said.
Regarding the proposal to preserve the
entirety of the site as wetlands, Colson said
dleboard launches. that would have a restaurant and other she questioned the financing plan to make
A similar development proposal included amenities that would be nice for the public,” the vision for the site sustainable.
creative and bold visions come forward for a hotel in the corner of the property abut- she said. Looking ahead, Colson said she believes
one of the largest swaths of unused land east ting Kincaid’s Restaurant, with the rest of She noted the city’s current hotel room city officials will hold off on discussing the
of Highway 101. the site reserved for athletic fields open to vacancy rate is extremely low, and that future of the property until the state agency
“There is a fair amount of opportunity out the community. interest in the adjacent area will likely be has closed the window for proposals and
there,” said Colson. sparked with construction of the new started to identify preferred alternatives.
Three competing proposals have previ- And a third proposal includes preserving
the naturally occurring wetlands at the site Facebook building which could accommo- She noted though Burlingame officials
ously been filed for the land owned and date roughly 3,500 workers. have been underwhelmed by the process,
operated by the State Lands Commission, as open space for community enjoyment
and education. Building a hotel would also improve the and are feeling a little disregarded by their
which limits the authority of city officials value of the land for the state and generate counterparts at the State Lands Commission
in determining the fate of the unkempt land For her part, Colson said she is intrigued
by the opportunity to keep a majority of the some revenue for the city through hotel tax who control the property.
currently bounded by a fence. which could be paid to help maintain the “That has been a frustration for us,” said
land open while occupying some of it with a
surrounding area, said Colson. Colson, regarding the process of working
“Revenue that could be used to help that alongside the State Lands Commission.
whole Bayfront could be important,” she But regardless of the merits of the variety
said. of proposals, Colson said she is hopeful
She also noted the proposal to build ath- some development begins soon because the
letic fields is flawed because allowed uses state of the property currently is unsightly,
are limited by the requirement to preserve unsafe and unsuitable.
sensitive open spaces and seasonal wet- “The status quo is completely unaccept-
lands. able,” she said.
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<<< Page 14, Raptors’ Siakim puts himself


on the map with huge Game 1 performance
Weekend • June 1-2, 2019

Local athletes finding success at the next level


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT Aragon, respectively, 8-year-olds. They went to Sylvestri, who was named to the All-
have been key sopho- separate high schools, Patriot League first team, started all 57
A common refrain among high school mores for the Boston but always reunited with games for BU as the team’s designated play-
athletes and coaches is: if you want to play University softball team, the Cal Nuggets club er. Her .277 batting average was fourth-best
in college, there is a spot — somewhere. helping lead the Terriers team in the summer. on the team, and had 39 hits and 12 RBIs.
A pair of local players are making their to back-to-back Patriot This season, BU went She had a knack for putting the ball in
marks for the Division I Boston University League regular-season 15-2 in league play and play and getting on base. She struck out just
softball team, while a coastsider had a and tournament champi- 37-20 overall. The seven times while drawing 19 walks, third-
breakout baseball season in upstate New onships. Terriers advanced to the best on the team.
York for Division III Rensselaer Marina The pair have played Jen Horita NCAA regional in Horita, an outfielder named to the All-
Polytechnic Institute. Sylvestri softball together for Gainsville, Florida, Patriot League second team, started 50 of 57
Marina Sylvestri and Jen Horita, 2017 nearly their whole lives. falling to host Florida and being eliminated
graduates of Notre Dame-Belmont and They started in San Mateo youth softball as by Stanford.
See SUCCESS, Page 16

Star power returning for final Warriors


Tottenham’s Kane, Liverpool’s Salah expected to play in Champions League finale
By Tales Azzoni
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MADRID — Lucas Moura and Divock


impacted
by injuries
Origi have been the unlikely heroes for
Tottenham and Liverpool in the Champions
League this season.
They kept alive their team’s hopes of
winning the European title with crucial
goals and decisive performances. Without THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
them, the English sides probably wouldn’t
have made it to Saturday’s final in the TORONTO — Golden State star Kevin
Spanish capital. Durant is going to miss Game 2 of the NBA
But despite helping their teams reach the Finals, and Andre Iguodala’s health is of at
final at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, least mild concern to the two-time defend-
both may miss out on playing in the match ing champion Warriors
because of the return from injuries of Harry as well.
Kane and Mohamed Salah. Iguodala, the 2015
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino NBA Finals MVP, had an
will have to choose between the in-form MRI on Friday on his left
Moura and the recently injured Kane, while leg after he was hurt late
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will have in Game 1 of the title-
to sit Origi or rearrange his attack to leave series opener against the
him in the lineup along with Salah. Toronto Raptors. Durant,
Neither coach gave anything away on the finals MVP in 2017
Friday. Kevin Durant and 2018 who has been
“If Pochettino says his exact lineup, call dealing with a strained
me and I will tell you our lineup as well,” calf, was ruled out by
Klopp said. “If not, then I thought I’d keep Warriors coach Steve
at least a few question marks open.” Kerr in an expected
Pochettino kept quiet. move.
“It’s not going to be easy to take a deci- “Kevin’s not going to
sion,” he said. “We are going to take the play Sunday,” Kerr said.
best decision to try to win. It’s so painful “I guess we’ve been hold-
when this type of game arrives and you can ing out hope, but might
only use 11 players from the beginning.” as well say it now. ... It’s
Moura has been starting since Kane hurt Andre Iguodala near-impossible for him
an ankle ligament in the first leg of the to play on Sunday.”
Champions League quarterfinals. The Toronto took Game 1 and will host Game
Brazilian scored the hat trick that allowed 2 on Sunday night. Iguodala expects to
Tottenham to come from behind and beat play, and the Warriors said his MRI came
Ajax 3-2 in the second leg of the semifi- back clean.
nals, helping the English club overcome a “He seems to be doing well. ... I talked to
1-0 home loss in the first match. The hat him and he said he felt pretty good,” Kerr
trick included a stoppage-time goal that said.
sealed the comeback and the team’s first- Iguodala scored with just under two min-
ever final appearance. utes left in Game 1, his left leg flaring out a
Moura, who joined from Paris Saint- REUTERS bit as he leaped to take that shot from the
Germain in January 2018, also scored a cru- Tottenham’s Harry Kane, top, and Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah are expected to play in the middle of the lane. He immediately grabbed
cial late equalizer against Barcelona in the Champions League final Saturday. Their appearances will send reserves, Lucas Moura the back of the leg in the hamstring area
(Tottenham) and Divock Origi (Liverpool) back to the bench, players who helped their teams
See SOCCER, Page 17 get to this point. See WARRIORS, Page 16

St. Louis must balance emotion, discipline


By Stephen Whyno Perron said Friday. “You’re trying to keep
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Blues … will need to balance feeding off a raucous crowd and your sticks close to you so you don’t trip
getting too overemotional in that charged atmosphere. guys, you don’t high-stick guys and some-
times it’s just going to happen. It’s not a
ST. LOUIS — Tyler Bozak witnessed the penalty you’re trying to take. It happened
first NHL playoff game in Toronto after a city in 49 years. That was May 5, 1970, a 6- ized team in the playoffs that went to the to me in the first game, and it’s very diffi-
seven-year drought. David Perron experi- 2 loss to the Bruins in Game 2 of the series box 10 times in the two games in Boston cult to take. But you’ve got to be composed
enced the first Stanley Cup Final game in that Bobby Orr ended in four games with an will need to balance feeding off a raucous with the puck, you’ve got to be composed
Las Vegas. overtime goal. crowd and getting too overemotional in that with your stick.”
They ain’t seen nothin’ yet. After winning a final game for the first charged atmosphere. Composure is the Blues’ calling card after
When the St. Louis Blues host the Boston time in franchise history to tie the series at “It’s going to be extremely special, for rallying from the basement of the NHL
Bruins in Game 3 on Saturday night, it’ll 1-all, the Blues are trying to make their own sure, to play in front of the Blues fans that
mark the first Stanley Cup Final game in the history at home. To do so, the least-penal- have been waiting for it for a long time,” See HOCKEY, Page 17
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14 Weekend • June 1-2, 2019 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Siakam goes from small pond to NBA’s biggest stage


By Brian Mahoney and Tim Duncan, the other players since
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1970 with 30 points in an NBA Finals Game
1 within their first three pro seasons.
TORONTO — The path to the best NBA Siakam was way down at No. 27 in the
Finals debut in seven years began in 2016 draft. Golden State’s Draymond Green
Cameroon and has stretched from New — a second-round pick — said there’s a dif-
Mexico to the suburbs of Toronto. ferent level of admiration for players who
Pascal Siakam had to emerge from some have played themselves into starring roles
small settings before he could reach the big from what are considered supporting spots.
time. “You come into this league and there’s
That made Siakam’s 32-point perform- really no space for you,” Green said. “You’re
ance in Game 1 even more impressive. The essentially someone who kind of comes in
players who often stand out this time of — I mean, you can be out in a year, you can
year are the can’t-miss prospects who be out in two years, you can be out in four
seemed destined for greatness from the time years. And to gain that respect and to, as I
they were kids. said before, become one of those guys, I
Siakam hadn’t even started playing bas- think it’s special. Siakam has done that.”
ketball by then. The 6-foot-9 Siakam was already a good
athlete, having played soccer as a boy in
But there he was Thursday night, shoot-
Cameroon. But it was his desire to become a
ing 14 of 17 from the field to spark
good basketball player that’s kept him in
Toronto’s 118-109 victory over Golden
the gym long hours to make up for his late
State.
GREGORY SHAMUS/USA TODAY SPORTS start in the game.
“I’ve never seen anything like that Pascal Siakim, right, grew up in Cameroon, moved to New Mexico and was drafted by Toronto, He took part in a Basketball without
before,” Raptors coach Nick Nurse said. scored 32 points on 14 of 17 shooting in the Raptors’ 118-109 win over Golden State in Game Borders camp in South Africa in 2012 at 18
“That’s a pretty big stage for a guy to put 1 of the NBA Finals. and was soon on the way to the U.S. to
that kind of performance on, almost with embark on a basketball career. He ended up
any background.” Oklahoma City in 2012, and it made Siakam since Shaquille O’Neal did it in 2004.
It was the most points in an NBA Finals the first player to score 30 or more on at Those players were top-two picks, as were
debut since Kevin Durant had 36 for least 80 percent shooting in a finals game Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hakeem Olajuwon See RAPTORS, Page 16

Sports brief
Fresno Grizzlies loses second
sponsor over Ocasio-Cortez video
Giants get early offense, give
FRESNO — A second company has cut
ties with a California minor league baseball
team that played a Memorial Day video that
it all back in loss to Baltimore
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS solo homer in the second, the Orioles
included an image of Democratic Rep. Orioles 9, Giants 6 regained the lead in the bottom half on a two-
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with images of BALTIMORE — Dwight Smith’s first career run homer by Mancini that ended the night for
Kim Jong Un and Fidel Castro. Francisco, which has lost
grand slam capped a six-run outburst in the eight of nine. Pomeranz.
The Fresno Bee reports Heineken first inning and the Baltimore Orioles out- The Giants charged to a The Giants left-hander tied a career-high by
International confirmed Thursday it ended slugged the San Francisco Giants 9-6 Friday 5-0 lead off Andrew allowing eights runs on six hits. Pomeranz’s
its relationship with the Fresno Grizzlies. night. Cashner (6-2) in the first ERA rose from 6.45 to 8.08.
The company’s Dos Equis and Tecate beer The teams met at Camden Yards for the first inning. Yastrzemski, Cashner didn’t allow another run after the
brands sponsored the team. time since 2004. Buster Posey and Steven first and lasted five innings, with a season-
Trey Mancini and Renato Nunez also home- Duggar had RBI singles high 109 pitches. He allowed six runs and
The raisin company Sun-Maid terminated red for the Orioles, who overcame a five-run, and Brandon Crawford eight hits with five walks.
its sponsorship of the Fresno Grizzlies on first-inning deficit and improved to 8-21 at
Wednesday. Mike drove a run in with a sacri- Nunez homered off Sam Dyson in the sev-
home. enth inning to make the score 9-6.
The Triple-A Washington Nationals affili- Nunez has homered in seven of his last 11 Yastrzemski fice fly.
The Orioles countered
ate has apologized and said it failed to prop- games and has a team-leading 14 homers this with six runs, highlighted by Smith’s grand UP NEXT
erly vet the video. season. slam, in the bottom half off Drew Pomeranz
Jonathan Villar had two hits and scored Gi ants : Shaun Anderson (0-1, 4.80 ERA)
The video has patriotic images and (1-6). will make his fourth major-league start. He
twice. The Orioles second baseman is 13-for- Cashner and Pomeranz combined for 90
excerpts from President Ronald Reagan’s 39 (.333) with four doubles, two home runs allowed six runs (four earned) and nine hits
first inaugural speech. pitches in the opening inning. It was the first over five innings in his last outing May 26
and six RBIs in the last 11 games. time that two teams scored at least five runs in
When Reagan mentions “enemies of free- Mike Yastrzemski, who was traded by against Arizona.
the first inning since July 6, 2012, (Yankees
dom,” the video shows the North Korean Baltimore on March 23 after he was reas- and Red Sox), according to STATS LLC. Ori o l es : David Hess (1-6, 6.71 ERA) has
leader, Ocasio-Cortez of New York and the signed to minor league camp, homered and After Yastrzemski tied the game 6-6 with a not won since carrying a no-hitter into the
late Cuban leader. tripled in his first two at-bats for San seventh inning April 1 against Toronto.

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Deegan shines as she climbs NASCAR ladder


By Dan Gelston (400,000-plus followers) and has and years of experience. Deegan is
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS already served as a guest host for still learning the ropes of stock
NASCAR. com at Daytona 500 cars, spending time this week in
LONG POND, Pa. — Brian media day. the Toyota Racing simulator
Deegan can tell you about the time But as the wins and top-10s start because, “I’ve never been on a
he failed a backflip attempt with to pile up, so do the comparisons track this big.”
his motorcycle for a TV stunt and to Danica Patrick, the last female “I’ve never done a draft or any-
crashed with such a thud that the to drive in the Cup Series. Patrick thing like that, ” Deegan said.
handlebar ripped up his gut like a was winless in 253 races over six “That’s all new to me. I’ve got to
gunshot and he almost died. seasons and her NASCAR career figure it out during the race, hon-
Gnarly stuff. never matched the accolades and estly.”
But it’s not as scary as watching fame she found in entertainment
and other business endeavors. Deegan, who turns 18 in July,
his 17-year-old daughter hop in a said it would be a “big jump” to
stock car and zip around a 2 1/2- “Lot of respect to Danica, ”
consider a full season 2020 ride in
mile track at the type of speeds Brian Deegan said. “The more
the Xfinity or Truck Series but
that would make any dad cringe. Hailie’s gone through the series,
would like to “maybe” try a few
“Like, 190 mph for my daughter, it’s almost worked against her at
races in the lower-level NASCAR
I’m kind of scared as a dad, ” times. People are like, ‘Oh, she’s
series.
Deegan said. just another Danica. Oh, she’s
Hailie Deegan has given dad — a going to crash.’ There’s the good She grew up going to motocross
10-time X-Games medalist and and bad with that. We have a lot of races with her dad. Brian Deegan
ESPN.COM
founding member of the Metal respect for everything she’s ever became a cult icon for the crazy
Seventeen-year-old Hailie Deegan is quickly rising through the racing stunts he pulled on a motorcycle,
Mulisha — little reason to worry done. As a female, she reached the ranks. Her ultimate goal is to race in the top NASCAR series.
on the race track. All the teen sen- highest points of racing. But to say nothing of the devastating
sation has done is put the sport on there’s still room for goals to be the family’s YouTube channel She was the only driver not in crashes that left him with broken
notice that she could be one of the broken. It’s going to be a long Deegan38 which has nearly the Cup or Xfinity Series brought bones too numerous to count. She
next wave of stars in NASCAR — road for Hailie to be in Cup, but 450, 000 subscribers. Brian into the media center and was all was 8 when she climbed into her
but please, no D word. that is our goal.” Deegan sat in a media seat and smiles answering questions she’s own truck the first time. She won a
Danica. Hailie Deegan is bubbly at the filmed his daughter’s press confer- surely heard hundreds of times championship and quickly moved
Deegan has been a force driving mic and fierce behind the wheel, a ence Friday at Pocono Raceway for before. up the ranks, reaching the pro
in the entry-level ARCA Series win-win combination that has use in a future upload. “She’s a female. She’s getting level a few years ago.
(she finished seventh Friday at won her scores of fans, even with a “We’ve had offers to do reality attention. I get it,” Brian Deegan “I wanted to her race, yes. But
Pocono Raceway) and has a win in potential Cup ride still years away. shows. But at the end of the day, I said. stock cars kind of came out of the
each of the last two NASCAR K&N “It’s kind of hard to handle the want to tell our story our way,” She’s keeps her goals limited to blue,” Brian Deegan said. “The end
Series seasons. Like many photo- pressure of having to live up those Brian Deegan said. “That’s why we how she can improve each week- game for a female in racing is
genic teen influencers, she’s expectations,” she said. do it on YouTube. Everyone has end and says she has much to learn NASCAR. It’s the biggest plat-
building her brand on Instagram Her adventures are chronicled on access to that.” racing against drivers with years form you could be in in America.”

Higa holds onto US Women’s Kaymer shows sign of resurgence, They were at 9-under
Golf briefs 135.
Open lead after weather delay There were 45 players on the course when
tied for lead at Memorial Jordan Spieth had a 70
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Mamiko Higa of play was halted due to darkness. They’ll fin- DUBLIN, Ohio — Two-time major cham- and was another shot
Japan birdied three of her final six holes ish Saturday before third-round play starts. pion Martin Kaymer is tied for the lead behind.
following a nearly two-hour weather delay Korda shot a 68, her lowest score in 38 going into the weekend at the Memorial, Tiger Woods had a
to shoot an even-par 71 career rounds in the major tournament. and whether he wins is not what drives him. chance to be a lot closer
and maintain a one-shot American amateur Gina Kim had a 72 to to the mix than seven
He knows his game is close enough that shots, settling for a 72.
lead Friday in the sus- join Celine Boutier of France at 4 under. he can.
pended second round of Boutier had four holes to play. Martin Kaymer Kaymer is coming up
the U.S. Women’s Open. Kaymer kept it simple Friday with birdies on the five-year anniver-
Lexi Thompson and Nelly Korda, on all the par 5s, a tee shot to 10 feet on a
A day after shooting a sary of his last win. He demolished the field
Jessica’s younger sister, were among four dangerous right pin at the par-3 12th and a
65 for the lowest debut at Pinehurst No. 2 for an eight-shot victory,
players at 3 under. Thompson has two holes bogey on his final hole at Muirfield Village
round in tournament his- this coming one month after he beat the
to play, and the younger Korda three. Also for a 4-under 68 that gave him a share of the
tory, Higa was a stroke strongest and deepest field in golf at The
at 3 under were American Jaye Marie Green lead with Troy Merritt (66) and Kyoung-
behind Jessica Korda Players Championship.
and South Korea’s Jeongeun Lee6. Green Hoon Lee (67).
Mamiko Higa when thunderstorms and shot a 68 and Lee6 — who adopted her
lightning caused play to unique name after the Korean LPGA dubbed
be suspended at the Country Club of her with it because five other players had
Charleston. When things resumed, Higa registered with the same name — a 69.
rediscovered her first-round touch to regain Two-time U.S. Women’s Open champion
the lead over Korda at 6 under with a 14- Inbee Park was among a group of eight at 2
footer on her final hole. under after her second straight 70.

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on Friday in a regional opener. Cody Jensen allowed a hit over the final two
Stanford brief
Matthiessen, Beck lead Stanford
Maverick Handley, Andrew Daschbach and
Nick Oar also hit home runs for Stanford (42-
11), hosting its third straight regional and
innings to complete the four-hit shutout.
Oar, a redshirt junior, hit a two-run homer as
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Continued from page 13
past Sac State in NCAA regional 18th overall. Nick Bellafronto and Kyle a pinch hitter in the eighth, driving in his
Stowers each drove in a pair of runs. first two runs of the season. After going 0-for-
8, he has five hits in his past seven at bats. after landing, clapped his hands while grimac-
STANFORD — Will Matthiessen had two Scott Randall (8-2) lasted 3 2/3 innings for
ing and hobbled down to the other end.
hits, drove in two runs and hit one of the four the Hornets, allowing five runs, two earned, Stanford meets the winner of a later game
Stanford home runs in support of Brendan on seven hits. between Fresno State and UC Santa Barbara on The Warriors subbed him out not long after-
Beck’s three-hitter over seven innings in the Beck (5-3) won for the fifth time in six deci- Saturday night. The Hornets (39-24) will meet ward, and he didn’t return.
Cardinal’s 11-0 victory over Sacramento State sions, walking three and striking out five. the loser Saturday afternoon. Iguodala started and played 29 minutes in
Game 1, finishing with six points, six
played well enough to be a finalist for Most that,” Siakam said. rebounds and seven assists. He was slowed in

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Continued from page 14
Improved Player.
“He works, works, works,” Nurse said.
“He takes care of himself. He’s really got a
“So it was definitely a moment where it
kind of tested me as a man. Just being able
to go through that and for me using that as a
the Western Conference finals by a problem
with his left calf, and he missed the clinching
Game 4 of that series.
burning desire to be a very, very good play- motivation and something that’s going to Kerr said the team isn’t going to rush
er in this league.” push me to do better things for my family Durant’s return. The fear is that if he comes
at New Mexico State for two seasons, win- But the biggest change for Siakam came and for myself, for my dad.”
ning Western Athletic Conference player of back before the calf is sound even the slight-
off the court. Green, a former Defensive Player of the est tweak would mean his season is over.
the year in his second one, before the
He was in college when his father, Year, blamed himself for the poor defense Durant hasn’t played since he was hurt in
Raptors drafted him.
Tchamo, died. Siakam, who still writes “RIP on Siakam and vowed to be better Sunday in Game 5 of the West semifinals against
Siakam was MVP of the 2017 NBA G Dad” on his sneakers, called it the hardest Game 2. Siakam knows there will be adjust- Houston.
League Finals after helping Raptors 905 moment of his life but said it was a turning ments, but he might make some, too.
point into making him into the person he “The thinking is when he’s ready to play,
win the title, but success with the big club “I think I always say, I learned a lot and I
has become. he’ll play,” Kerr said.
would have to wait. He didn’t have a reliable know I have a lot to learn,” Siakam said. “I
shot yet, certainly not reliable enough to be “Thank God I had the support of my team- think that’s one of the advantages for me. I Durant traveled with the team to Toronto,
a regular contributor on a 50-win team. But mates and coaches in college that helped me know I have so much to learn. I have to wanting to be with his teammates for the start
he’s developed one over the summers and go through it. But it was definitely one of grow. It allows me to look at my mistakes of the finals and needing to work with the
unleashed it on opponents during this sea- the toughest moments in my life, and not and evaluate them and try to see how I can do Warriors’ medical staff.
son, when he averaged 16.9 points and being able to go home for the funeral and all better.” “He’s still progressing,” Kerr said.

2019, his five wins and Ota is joined by Chris West selection after helping lead the Bulldogs

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nine starts tied for most
on the team and his 3.88
ERA was the lowest on the
Papapietro who, after
graduating Serra in 2015,
spent two years at College
to a Mountain West regular season and tourna-
ment championship. Like Papapietro,
Dempsey spent two year at the junior college
team. His 51 innings of San Mateo before trans- level, playing at De Anza after graduating
pitched was second-most ferring to UIC. Serra in 2014.
games for the Terriers, batting .270 on the for the Engineers. Hunter Bishop, a junior
season, with a pair of doubles and triples. Meanwhile, six Serra outfielder Arizona State, Closer to home, Nicolas Lopez (2018) will
Ryan Yerby, who starred for the Half Moon graduates will be playing was a first-team All-Pac-12 have a front-row seat for the Stanford region-
al. A true freshman left-handed pitcher, Lopez
Bay basketball and baseball teams before his Scott Ota in NCAA baseball region- Hunter Bishop selection and one of the appeared in just three games for the Cardinal.
graduation in 2017, got his feet wet with RPI al tournaments this week- best players in the nation.
as a true freshman last season. This year, he end. Scott Ota, a 2015 Serra graduate, is wrap- His 22 home runs was fifth-best in the country He’ll be joined by Sacred Heart Prep grad
stepped into a bigger role, earning honorable ping up a stellar career at University of and he was top-5 in all major offensive cate- Andrew Daschbach.
mention accolades for the All-Liberty League Illinois-Chicago. Named to the All-Horizon gories in Pac-12 play. Scott Mitchell, another true freshman, saw
team. RPI finished fourth in the Liberty second team, Ota crushed 19 home runs this Bishop will be joined by Dom Cacchione, a time on the mound this season with
League with a 15-9 mark and 20-19 overall. season, 15th best in the nation and his 32 freshman pitcher from Sacred Heart Prep. University of California, appearing in eight
A right-handed pitcher, Yerby appeared in homers for his career is second best in school Nolan Dempsey, a senior outfielder at games, making three starts and posting a
11 games and threw 17 innings in 2018. In history. His 161 career RBIs is a UIC record. Fresno State, was a first team All-Mountain record of 1-2.
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said. “I don’t think I’ll be able to night will be like.

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Continued from page 13
describe what it’s going to be like.
But from what I’ve seen I’ve been
very impressed, and we’re excited to
“We talk about that a lot,” Berube
said. “You have to keep your emo-
tions in check.”
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
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get home to show what this town’s That won’t be a problem for New York 37 19 .661 — Philadelphia 33 23 .589 —
about.” Bruins agitator extraordinaire Brad Tampa Bay 35 20 .636 1 1/2 Atlanta 30 27 .526 3 1/2
standings in early January to within Boston 29 28 .509 8 1/2 New York 27 29 .482 6
three victories of the first champi- To show them good hockey, the Marchand, who days ago made it
Toronto 21 35 .375 16 Washington 24 33 .421 9 1/2
onship in franchise history. Their Blues must try to avoid the penalty clear he doesn’t care what Blues fans Baltimore 18 39 .316 19 1/2 Miami 19 35 .352 13
home arena was full for viewing par- problems that plagued them in think of him. And that works in
ties for Games 1 and 2, so it’s tough Boston. They were whistled for reverse, too. Central Division Central Division
for players not to get caught up in high-sticking, hooking, cross- “Every arena has roughly the same W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
the excitement after watching videos checking, interference and slashing amount of people in it, so regardless Minnesota 38 18 .679 — Chicago 31 23 .574 —
and twice for tripping and goal- Cleveland 28 28 .500 10 Milwaukee 32 26 .552 1
of those scenes. of where you are in the NHL in the Chicago 27 29 .482 11
tender. Pittsburgh 28 28 .500 4
“We’re not even here and it’s sold playoffs, you expect it to be loud,” Detroit 22 32 .407 15 St. Louis 27 28 .491 4 1/2
out and it’s loud,” Bozak said. “We’re Coach Craig Berube, seventh in Marchand said. “I expect the same Kansas City 19 37 .339 19 Cincinnati 27 30 .474 5 1/2
excited.” NHL history with 3,149 penalty tomorrow but not overly concerned
Fans are certainly excited. NBC minutes mostly for fighting during about the fans. More concerned West Division West Division
about the game.” W L Pct GB
Sports reported the highest local rat- his playing career, is not happy Houston 37 20 .649 —
W L Pct GB
ing on cable for a playoff game, about his team’s lack of discipline What can happen in the game Los Angeles 38 19 .667 —
A’s 29 27 .518 7 1/2 San Diego 29 27 .518 8 1/2
StubHub said the price to get in is so far in the series. St. Louis got when Boston’s playoff-leading Texas 27 27 .500 8 1/2 Colorado 28 27 .509 9
$725, the average ticket costs here in part because it only took power play goes to work is the main Los Angeles 27 29 .482 9 1/2
Arizona 28 29 .491 10
$1,068 and demand is outpacing 55 penalties in the first 19 playoff reason the Blues want to avoid Seattle 24 35 .407 14
Giants 22 34 .393 15 1/2
Game 1 in Las Vegas from a year ago. games, and Berube chalks the dif- penalties. The Bruins have only
Saturday’s Games
“This is a hockey town and ference up to too much emotion scored on two of their 10 power Saturday’s Games
Minnesota (Gibson 5-2) atTampa Bay (TBD),10:10 a.m.
they’ve been with us through the ups and harps on it with players plays so far, but they’ve also used Cleveland(Rodriguez1-5)atWhiteSox(Nova3-4),11:10a.m.
Milwaukee (Woodruff 7-1) at Pitt (Kingham 1-1),1:05 p.m.
and downs,” center Ryan O’Reilly because he knows what Saturday that time to generate momentum. Giants (Anderson 0-1) at Baltimore (Hess 1-6),1:05 p.m.
Kansas City (Bailey 4-5) atTexas (Lynn 6-4),1:05 p.m. Detroit (Norris 2-3) at Atlanta (Soroka 5-1), 1:10 p.m.
Giants (Anderson 0-1) at Baltimore (Hess 1-6),1:05 p.m. Washington (Fedde 1-0) at Cincy (Roark 4-3),1:10 p.m.
the second half, then was crucial in Champions League semifinals, but

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the return match against
Barcelona, scoring twice in the 4-
0 win that put the team in the final
they weren’t enough to persuade
the coach.
Salah fully recovered from his
Detroit (Norris 2-3) at Atlanta (Soroka 5-1),1:10 p.m.
Boston(Porcello4-4)atN.Y.Yankees(German9-1),4:15p.m.
L.A.Angels (Heaney 0-0) at Seattle (Milone 1-1),4:15 p.m.
Toronto (Stroman 3-6) at Colorado (Gray 4-4),6:10 p.m.
Cubs (Quintana 4-4) at St.Louis (Flaherty 4-3),4:15 p.m.
Toronto (Stroman 3-6) at Colorado (Gray 4-4),6:10 p.m.
Miami (Urena 3-6) at SD (Margevicius 2-5), 7:10 p.m.
Mets (deGrom 3-5) at Arizona (Greinke 6-2), 7:10 p.m.
for the second straight season. concussion and is more certain to Houston (Verlander 8-2) at A’s (Anderson 6-3),7:07 p.m. Philly (Irvin 2-1) at Dodgers (Kershaw 5-0), 7:10 p.m.
Sunday’s Games Sunday’s Games
Kane has been a mainstay in the make his Champions League
team’s final group game in San Francisco at Baltimore,10:05 a.m. Giants at Baltimore, 10:05 a.m.
Tottenham attack, but even before return on Saturday. He played only
December, securing the English Minnesota atTampa Bay,10:10 a.m. Washington at Cincinnati, 10:10 a.m.
his injury some had been calling about 30 minutes in last year’s Detroit at Atlanta,10:20 a.m.
club a spot in the knockout stage. Detroit at Atlanta, 10:20 a.m.
for Moura to get more minutes in final because of a shoulder injury Cleveland at ChicagoWhite Sox,11:10 a.m.
“All of this is a dream and now I Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, 10:35 a.m.
the squad. The versatile 26-year- sustained in the 3-1 loss to Real Kansas City atTexas,12:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, 11:15 a.m.
have the opportunity to play in
old Brazilian can play in different Madrid. Toronto at Colorado,12:10 p.m. Toronto at Colorado, 12:10 p.m.
the final and to win the competi- Houston at Oakland,1:07 p.m.
tion I have always dreamt about,” attacking positions, including as Origi also is versatile in attack N.Y. Mets at Arizona, 1:10 p.m.
L.A.Angels at Seattle,1:10 p.m. Philadelphia at L.A. Dodgers, 1:10 p.m.
Moura told UEFA.com. “Without a an attacking midfielder, and could and may get to start alongside Boston at N.Y.Yankees,4:05 p.m. Miami at San Diego, 3:10 p.m.
doubt it’s the best moment of my even play alongside Kane if Salah and Sadio Mane. The 24-
career.” Pochettino wanted to. year-old Belgian will have added
Origi replaced Salah after the For Moura, the Champions competition from Roberto TRANSACTIONS NBA FINALS
Egyptian had a concussion in a League final could give him anoth- Firmino, though, who also had NBA Toronto 1, Warriors 0
game against Newcastle in the er opportunity to show Brazil been out injured but is fit for the NBA — Fined the Los Angeles Clippers $50,000 for Thursday, May 30: Toronto 118, Warriors 109
Premier League just before the sec- coach Tite he made a mistake by final. violating the league’s anti-tampering rule. Sunday, June 2: Warriors at Toronto, 5 p.m.
NFL Wednesday, June 5:Toronto at Warriors, 6 p.m.
ond leg against Barcelona in the leaving him out of next month’s “These are always tough deci- NFL — Suspended Indianapolis QB Chad Kelly for Friday, June 7: Toronto at Warriors, 6 p.m.
Champions League semifinals. Copa America squad. Tite sions,” Pochettino said. “But it’s the first two games of the 2019 regular season for
x-Monday, June 10:Warriors at Toronto, 6 p.m.
Origi scored a late winner against announced the team shortly after part of my job to decide the start- violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.
CHICAGO BEARS — Signed OL T.J. Clemmings. x-Thursday,June 13:Toronto at Warriors,6 p.m.
Newcastle after replacing Salah in Moura’s superb display in the ing 11 and to try to win the game.” Waived OL Tommy Doles. x-Sunday, June 16:Warriors at Toronto, 5 p.m.
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District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe Sheriff’s spokeswoman Detective was the third death that involved the use of

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announced in March he would not pursue
criminal charges against the five involved
deputies, identified as Wang, John
Rosemerry Blankswade said at the time that
the Sheriff’s Office conducted no internal
investigation and did not interview the
stun guns last year.
He said it appeared the deputies were not
trained in proper use of Tasers, as Wang
DeMartini, Alyssa Lorenzatti, Bryan Watt involved deputies until after the criminal deployed one seven times, despite that mul-
and Sgt. David Weidner. investigation was complete. tiple deployments of Tasers can increase the
after sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Wang attempt- Despite that, the deputies returned to duty risk of cardiac arrest.
ed to stop him while he was walking on the An internal review, which would deter-
mine whether the deputies acted within as of Oct. 31 and Weidner was assigned to a Ebele Okobi said at Friday’s news confer-
1400 block of El Camino Real on Oct. 3, contentious county Board of Supervisors
2018. department policy, is ongoing, and the ence that the decision not to prosecute
Sheriff’s Office has declined to provide a meeting where Chinedu Okobi’s family and “shocks the conscience.”
Video of the encounter released in March friends attended in protest.
showed Okobi crossing the street to avoid timeline for its conclusion. San Mateo “It should not be that a human being can
Wang, who called for backup. When more County Deputy Counsel David Silberman Burris again reiterated that the video con- be killed, can be violently killed, can be
deputies arrived, the confrontation quickly declined to say whether he would release the tradicts the version of events initially tortured to death with impunity,” she said.
escalated, and Wang Tased Okobi multiple internal review at its conclusion, as required described by the Sheriff’s Office, including Ebele Okobi extensively described the
times. under a new transparency law that took that Okobi was “running in and out of traf- pain of her family, how her mother had to
San Mateo County, which has continually effect in January. fic” as the initial justification for the stop. watch her child “brutally executed” on
declined to discuss the case and did not The Sheriff’s Office issued a false state- In the video, Okobi was walking on the video.
respond to requests for comment Friday, has ment immediately after Chinedu Okobi’s sidewalk when first approached by Wang. “Imagine being told that the life of your
retained outside counsel with the firm death, saying that Chinedu Okobi had “Police did not have reasonable suspicion child doesn’t matter,” Ebele Okobi said,
Conrad & Metlitzky to represent it. punched a deputy before he was hit with a or probable cause to believe he committed a adding that if the deputies had taken similar
An attorney with the firm, Warren Taser. crime,” Burris said. But despite the lack of action against a dog, more would have been
Metlitzky, provided a written statement that Chinedu Okobi’s sister, Facebook execu- justification for the initial stop, when done about it.
read: “The county recognizes the tragic tive Ebele Okobi, wrote a long Facebook Okobi continued walking, Wang called for Douglas said Chinedu Okobi’s daughter
nature of this unintended loss of life, and its post in November after she was allowed to backup on an emergency code. lives in Nashville, but that she spoke to her
impact on everyone involved and on the view video of the encounter. She accused the “What was the emergency?” Burris said. father regularly and he had traveled by bus
community. The county intends to defend Sheriff’s Office of lying, but the Sheriff’s “They were like a pack of wolves on him.” to visit her last summer. Then, she had to
itself in federal court against these claims Office did not correct the false statement Burris has called for a moratorium on travel back to San Mateo to attend his funer-
and will not litigate the matter in the press.” until March. Taser use in San Mateo County, as Okobi’s al.

Virginia. The building where the attack took shooting happened, said she heard gun- pened. They included Paul Swain, 50, who

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place is in a suburban complex miles away
from the high-rise hotels along the beach
and the downtown business area.
shots, called 911 and barricaded herself and
about 20 colleagues inside an office, push-
ing a desk against a door.
said he saw his fiancee from across the park-
ing lot, clearly in an agitated state.
“I think she knew some of the people,” he
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said in a “We tried to do everything we could to said.
statement he was devastated by the keep everybody safe,” she said. “We were all Outside the school, Cheryl Benn, 65,
exchanged fire with the suspect, who was “unspeakable, senseless violence,” and is just terrified. It felt like it wasn’t real, like waited while her husband, David, a traffic
armed with a .45 caliber handgun, the chief offering the state’s full support to survivors we were in a dream. You are just terrified engineer with the city who was in the build-
said. and relatives of the victims. because all you can hear is the gunshots.” ing where the shooting happened, gave a
Police initially said the gunman shot and “That they should be taken in this manner She texted her mom, telling her that there written statement to detectives.
killed 11 people, including one who was is the worst kind of tragedy,” the governor was an active shooter in the building and She said her husband initially called her
found inside a vehicle outside the municipal said during the news conference. she and others were waiting for police. from a barricaded room and said it sounded
building. Cervera later said one more died The White House said President Donald “Thank God my baby is OK,” Banton’s as if someone had been working with a nail
on the way to the hospital. Trump had been briefed and was monitoring mother, Dana Showers, said. gun. Then he saw the bodies.
The shooting sent shock waves through the situation. At a nearby middle school, friends and rel- “This is unbelievable for Virginia Beach,”
Virginia Beach, the state’s largest city and a Megan Banton, an administrative assis- atives were reuniting with loved ones who Cheryl Benn said. “By and large, it’s a pret-
popular vacation spot in southeastern tant who works in the building where the were in the building when the shooting hap- ty calm and peaceful place to live.”
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Egerton glitters in ‘Rocketman’


By Lindsey Bahr dazzle and verve, even if it’s Rhapsody.” They’re both “Bohemian Rhapsody,”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gotten all dressed up with about larger-than-life figures, Richard Madden here).
nowhere to go but the most each gay icons, with a preter- And Elton, like Freddie,
Whatever you say about conventional places. natural talent for hooks and churned out unassailable,
Dexter Fletcher’s glossy, glit- Almost slavishly sealed spectacle. Fletcher also everlasting earworms sung
tering Elton John blinged-out within the hermetic bubble of helped steer “Bohemian round the world. Favoring
biopic “Rocketman,” a shiny the rock biopic, “Rocketman” Rhapsody,” subbing for the melody over meaning, the
sequin of a movie, it doesn’t will, justifiably, draw plenty departed Bryan Singer. The uplifting music of both comes
lack for sparkle. Like its of comparisons to its opening two movies even share a vil- big-screen ready. Their songs
flamboyant subject, it’s a act: last year’s Freddie lain in music manager John were movies, in Technicolor.
movie outfitted to the nines in Mercury tale “Bohemian Reid (Aiden Gillen in See ELTON, Page 22
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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

SONGS THAT ARE A LIFETIME’S


TREAS URES : “B EAUTIFUL – THE
CAROLE KING MUSICAL” DELIV-
ERS A GENERATION’S ANTHEMS, AT
THE SHN GOLDEN GATE THEATRE IN
S AN FRANCIS CO. Beginning as a
Brooklyn-born teenage songwriting prodi-
gy, Carole King went on to create a body of
work that has firmly established her as one
of the most influential musicians of her gen-
eration. “Beautiful – The Carole King Library of Congress awarded Carole King
Musical” uses a rich array of well-known the 2013 Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
songs by King and others, connected by a She was the first woman to receive this
light storyline, to tell of her rise to stardom honor, given to songwriters for a body of
and examine her relationship with her first work.
husband, Gerry Goffin, and her fellow writ- ***
ers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry S AN FRANCIS CO GAY MEN’ S
Mann. Songs include “I Feel The Earth CHORUS CELEB RATES PRIDE
Move,” “One Fine Day,” “You’ve Got A MONTH. San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus
Friend,” “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” concludes Season 41 with QUEENS, a con-
“On Broadway” and “(You Make Me Feel cert commemorating the past, present, and
Like) A Natural Woman.” “Beautiful – The future of the LGBTQ rights movement. This
Carole King Musical” won two Tony Awards celebration of Pride Month features beloved
and a GRAMMY Award for Best Musical gay anthems, as well as songs that pay trib-
Theater Album. Book by Douglas McGrath. ute to the themes of strength, perseverance
Direction by Marc Bruni. Two hours and 30 and acceptance. QUEENS hosts guest
minutes, including one 15-minute intermis- appearances from San Francisco’s celebrity
sion. Appropriate for ages 12 and up. No drag queens Donna Sachet, Sister Roma and
children under 5 allowed. Through June 9. Sister Phyllis of the Sisters of Perpetual JOAN MARCUS
HERE, TAKE A LOOK: Indulgence, Heklina and Kylie Minono, In ‘Beautiful — The Carole King Musical,’ a friendly competition between songwriting couples
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5zvU along with SFGMC’s very own Drag All- results in an outpouring of Top of the Chart hits. (Left to right) James Clow (‘Don Kirshner’),
gT42kE&feature=youtu.be Stars. June 21 at 8 p.m. and June 22 at 2:30 Dylan S.Wallach (‘Gerry Goffin’), Sarah Bockel (‘Carole King’), Jacob Heimer (‘Barry Mann’) and
STAGE DIRECTIONS AND TICKETS: p.m. and 8 p.m. at The Sydney Goldstein Alison Whitehurst (‘Cynthia Weil’). At the SHN Golden Gate Theatre through June 9.
“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical” runs Theater (formerly Nourse Theater) 275 ances are two interactive family workshops 401 Van Ness Ave. in San Francisco. $10
at the SHN Golden Gate Theatre, 1 Taylor St. Hayes St. in San Francisco. Tickets $25 - designed to explore Georges Bizet’s famous per person. Each person must have a ticket
in San Francisco through June 9. For ticket $99 at www.sfgmc.org or (415) 392-4400. opera – by learning about the story, music, to attend. A limited number of discounted
information call (888) SHN-1799 or visit *** production design and characters – and tickets are available for families in need.
www.shnsf.com (the only authorized online SAN FRANCISCO OPERA OFFERS explore the history which inspires this new Email Imani Sims at isims@sfopera.com or
seller of tickets for SHN Theatres). A limit- Exploration Workshops for Families: All production. Attendance at an opera perform- call (415) 551-6294 with questions or visit
ed number of $40 Rush tickets will be avail- About Carmen. San Francisco Opera begins ance is not required to participate in these sfopera.com to order tickets.
able for every performance beginning two its summer season with seven performances workshops. Workshops are for families
hours prior to curtain at the SHN Golden of Carmen, scheduled for June 5 (7:30 with children ages 6 and older. All children
Gate Theatre Box Office. Tickets are subject p.m.), June 11 (7:30 p.m.), June 14 (7:30 must be accompanied by parents or Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay
to availability. Cash only. Two per person. p.m.), June 20 (7:30 p.m.), June 23 (2 guardians. Workshops take place on June 23 Area Theatre Critics Circle and the American
p.m.), June 26 (7:30 p.m.) and June 29 Theatre Critics Association. She may be reached at
Rush tickets are void if resold. at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Wilsey Center for susan@smdailyjournal.com.
OH, AND DID YOU KNOW? The (7:30 p.m.). Accompanying these perform- Opera in the Veterans Building, fourth floor,

Tuesday, June 11
San Mateo County Fair
1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo
Senior Expo open until 3 p.m.
Seniors age 62+ admitted FREE into Senior Expo features:
Fair and Senior Expo until 3pm t Senior-related businesses
Parking on-site $15 and community booths
t Goody bags for first 1000 guests
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Celebrities branch out with podcasts of their own


By Alicia Rancilo those who’ve launched to things they care about. list with “Asking for a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS their own approximately Milano was looking Friend, “ which features
hour-long, weekly shows for a way to bring atten- experts in various fields
NEW YORK — Topher Grace has added a this year. tion to people who dedi- dishing on their work.
lot of skills to his portfolio over the last And Katharine cate their lives to making Most guests are people
few weeks. Schwarzenegger hosts a change, but who aren’t she’s worked with in the
He learned to beatbox. He officiated a wed- podcast about rescuing famous. past.
ding with “Shazam!” star Zachary Levi, and pets. “There are so many “I felt like this was a
even tried telemarketing. For some, it’s a way to people on the ground that very cool opportunity to
He’s doing it all for a new role, but it has Topher Grace be creative outside of the Chelsea fight every single day ... Alyssa Milano sit down and talk with
nothing to do with acting: Instead, he’s try- medium where they are Handler and the only reason why each of these people
ing different things in his recently launched traditionally known. I get (media) interested is about all the things they’ve taught me,” she
podcast called “Minor Adventures with Hardwick’s podcast, on the subscription- because I’m an actress, and that’s great,” said.
Topher Grace .” based Luminary Network, is called said Milano. Grace also appreciates how a podcast
“It really is more fun for me than anyone “Poetics.” It’s dedicated to poetry, which is But, she wondered, “How can I use that allows for a space to share more of himself,
else,” said Grace. one of his passions. At the end of each platform to empower others to make a dif- but still in a controlled environment. He’s
“Tig Notaro came on and we did livestock episode, Hardwick’s guests must create orig- ference?” rarely appeared in tabloids and was never a
auctioneering,” he recalled. “I was so bad at inal prose inspired by their conversation. It Milano’s new podcast, “Sorry Not Sorry,” paparazzi favorite.
it. But, upon listening back I realized, ‘It requires guests to dig below the surface and attempts to highlight those change seek- “I started to realize, ‘Oh this is a way that
really doesn’t matter if I’m good or not. In come up with prose based on their emotions ers. She speaks to activists including I can share something that I love doing in
fact, it’s kind of better if (the adventure) is and experiences. Manuel Olivier, a father who lost son my free time, but still I don’t have to talk
outside of everyone’s comfort zone.”’ “We just kind of talk about their journey, Joaquin in the 2018 school shooting at about anything I don’t want to talk about,
Grace is among the growing number of their life and when they found a pen ... and Marjorie Stoneman Douglas high school, like family stuff.” (For the record, Grace
celebrities who are branching out to host where they see themselves going from that and (hash)MeToo activist Tarana Burke. does mention his wife and baby on the
their own podcasts. Notables including point on, ” said Hardwick. Guests have Lauren Conrad, who gained fame as an show, but everything is on his terms.)
Lena Dunham, Chelsea Handler, Alyssa included Method Man, Big Daddy Kane, pro- MTV reality star but later branched out to Others like to use podcasts as a way to
Milano, “Power’s” Omari Hardwick and ducer Rodney Jerkins and Dave East. write books, design clothes and take on share their talent of getting others to open
“Queer Eye” star Karamo Brown are among Others are using podcasts to call attention other projects, has added podcast host to her up.

that’s most essential in an Elton John Fighting” at a carnival, for a reason that anyone takes up the slack, it’s Madden, who

ELTON
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movie, it’s spiritedness.
On the whole, this is a more-or-less true,
authorized account (John is an executive
eluded me. The next song is rarely more than
a few minutes away. Frequently,
“Rocketman” feels like an ad for a jukebox
sexily menaces the screen in every scene
he’s in.
All of John’s stage theatrics and feathered
producer), but one that frequently breaks Broadway musical. This is a movie yearning costumes, “Rocketman” suggests, are a way
free of stubborn things like chronology and for the stage. for John to hide from himself, from
Just as “Bohemian Rhapsody” can glide
over the origins of “Scaramouche,” we need gravity. In one scene, John — whom rock The film works in flashbacks, jumping “Reginald Dwight.” But any demons that
no investigations into why that dancer was critic Robert Christgau once referred to as a off from an addiction group meeting. “My John might be haunted by are given only
so tiny. “one-man zeitgeist” — himself rockets name is Elton Hercules John,” he introduces lip service. Maybe Elton couldn’t cope with
“Rocketman” deviates in its rating (R), from an arena stage into the night sky and himself before giving a laundry list of reality, but “Rocketman” certainly can’t.
its less hesitant depiction of its star’s explodes as a firework. “Rocketman” has addictions: alcohol, cocaine, shopping. Instead, Fletcher’s movie is primarily one
homosexuality and, most dramatically, in every fiber of its being committed to bur- The story shifts back, naturally, to John’s of metamorphosis, mythically drawn.
casting John’s life across a fantastical nishing the legend of Sir Elton: literally an childhood (Elton was then Reginald Performing “Crocodile Rock” at Los
musical tapestry. It’s also quite definitely a exploding star. Dwight), where his withholding parents, Angeles’ Troubadour, his feet — and the
better movie — although one still stuffed to “Where there was darkness, there is now and one of the snottier fathers you’ve seen, audiences’ — achieve liftoff. “Rocketman”
the gills with clichés and heavily dependent you, Elton John,” the devilish Reid tells unwittingly mold their son into a desperate is happiest with its feet far off the ground in
on the sheer toe-tap-ability of its star’s him, shortly before John becomes an $87 performer and a bit of a clothes horse. a dreamy pop splendor, with headlights all
extensive back catalog and its lead per- million-a-year industry. The expected moments of breakthrough along the highway.
former. Working from a script by Lee Hall, and excess follow in John’s meteoric rise. “Rocketman, ” a Paramount Pictures
Here, that’s Taron Egerton, who doesn’t Fletcher zooms through John’s life, finding The main thread throughout, at least theo- release, is rated R by the Motion Picture
especially look like John or sound like trap doors in his past that fall into lavish retically, is his undying friendship with Association of America for language
John, but he gives a star-making perform- song-and-dance routines. There’s some lyricist Bernie Taupin, a relationship that throughout, some drug use and sexual con-
ance built on charisma and will. Egerton “Rocket Man” on a toy piano as a toddler outlasts all others. There’s not as much of tent. Running time: 121 minutes. Two and a
gives it his all, and if there’s one quality and a “Saturday Night’s Alright for Jamie Bell’s Bernie as there should be, but if half stars out of four.

Buddhist Church of Christ

SAN MATEO CHURCH OF CHRIST


BUDDHIST TEMPLE
Jodo Shinshu Buddhist 525 South Bayshore Blvd. SM
(Pure Land Buddhism) 650-343-4997
2 So. Claremont St.
Bible School 9:45am
San Mateo Services 11:00am and
(650) 342-2541 2:00pm
Sunday English Service & Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm
Dharma School - 9:30 AM
Minister J.S. Oxendine
Reverend Henry Adams
www.sanmateobuddhisttemple.org www.church-of-christ.org/cocsm
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tional $48,000 to cover the cost of

SATURDAY, JUNE 1
Calendar
Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San
BUDGET
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new equipment and training for the
new department this fiscal year and
expects that number to go down in
Free Hands-On Training for New Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange
future years.
Ham Radio Operators. 9 a.m. to Ave., South San Francisco. Free. For A significant portion of the city’s
noon. Burlingame Public Library, Lane more information call 829-3860. tional reserve, which is 30% or two budget is devoted to the contract with
Room, 480 Primrose Road, months of operation, City Manager
Burlingame. To get the most out of TUESDAY, JUNE 4 the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office,
this workshop, participants will need Dating and Relationships Bob Nisbet noted.  which expires after this current fiscal
to bring a radio with them. Brian Presented by Planned Parenthood. “This [fund] is specifically to hedge year. Staff is currently negotiating a
Mathews of the Radio Club has pro- 6 p.m. South San Francisco Main
vided information about buying a Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South our bet — on the one hand we’re confi- five-year extension with the Sheriff’s
ham radio here. Your first radio can San Francisco. Free. For more informa- dently for next year predicting growth Office, whose services are expected to
cost as little as $24 to $35. Register for tion call 829-3860.
the workshop at
and revenue, but on the other hand cost an additional $326,000 in the
https://tinyurl.com/y5f7qh38. Free. Lawyers in the library. 7 p.m. to 9 there are indications that a recession coming fiscal year. 
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda could be near so the idea here is to
Penny n’ Pals Launch Party. 9 a.m. to de las Pulgas, Belmont. The first “The [Sheriff’s Office’s] proposal
2 p.m. Washington Park, 898 Tuesday of each month the Belmont smooth that out,” said City Manager makes a lot of sense, it’s reasonable in
Burlingame Ave., Burlingame. Join us library, in partnership with the San Bob Nisbet. “I’d liken this to a similar terms of price and you’ll see histori-
for the children’s book launch of Mateo County Bar Association, holds
move the previous governor of the the finish line.
Penny n’ Pals. Free. For more informa- free legal clinics. Participants have a
Nisbet also noted that while the pro- cally why it makes sense, ” said
tion call 302-1689. twenty minute free consultation with state made. ... And when we come out Councilwoman Debbie Ruddock.
an attorney. Free. To register and for
the other side and don’t need to use it, posed budget is balanced, expenditures
The Third Annual White Elephant more information call 591-8286.
are higher than revenue — another The Sheriff’s Office contract will be
Rummage Sale. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The if things don’t get that dire, if our tran-
Old Train Station, 110 Higgins Canyon Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San “unsustainable” anomaly that is due in discussed in greater detail at the budget
sient occupancy tax doesn’t fluctuate,
Road, Half Moon Bay. This event raises Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange part to transfers from the general fund hearing June 4.
money for the American Association Ave., South San Francisco. Identify then we did well and we have this
University Women’s local scholar- minerals, surf Google Earth, find money to provide more services. … to the CIP and won’t be true of future Hotel tax revenue, the city’s largest
ships. For more information email Sandy Land, consider conservation
This is a big part of our recommenda- budgets.  revenue source, is expected to reach
ktgm4@aol.com. and more. Free. For more information $6.8 million in fiscal year 2019-20,
call 829-3860. tion, we think it’s critical and we’re The three new positions to be creat-
Ragazzi Boys Chorus Presents glad we can contribute a big chunk of ed fiscal year 2019-20 include a sus- which is up 3% over the previous fiscal
‘SingFest.’ 9:30 a.m. to noon. St. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 year, but councilmembers are less than
Peter’s Church, 178 Clinton St., Computer Class: Ancestry.com money to it from other sources.”  tainability programs manager budget-
Redwood City. Singing, musical Library Edition. 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. One of those sources is the Main ed at $154,000; an additional mainte- pleased with the city’s 68% occupancy
games and a short performance for Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las
Street Bridge reserve, which totals nance worker for $115,000 and a recre- rate.
parents. Free. For more information Pulgas, Belmont. Learn about how to
call 342-8785. investigate your ancestry. For more $1.5 million. Staff is proposing to ation leader, which pays $74,000.    “Sixty-five percent has a lot of room
information call 591-8286.
redirect that money into the new eco- Chong said half of the cost of the for improvement,” Councilman Adam
Filoli Pride 2019: Family Day. 10 Eisen said. “It’s probably weekday
a.m. to 2 p.m. Filoli Cañada Road, Sons in Retirement June Lunch. nomic uncertainty reserve because it sustainability programs manager will
Redwood City. Show off pride in an 11:45 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. South San
feels there is enough money in the CIP be offset by administrative service demand we need to work on, weekends
inclusive space. $22. For more infor- Francisco Elk’s Lodge, 920 Stonegate are probably good, but when you look
mation call 364-8300. Drive, South San Francisco. $19. to fund the Main Street Bridge restora- fees while the maintenance worker
Active senior men’s group lunch has a tion project. position would replace a part-time at San Francisco you’re looking more
Bonsai show and sale. 10 a.m. to 4 talk by Rosemary Robles, DMV Senior
The goal is to continue contributing library engineer position, currently at 90% to 92% year-round and that’s a
p.m. San Mateo Garden Center Inc., Ombudsmen. For more information
605 Parkside Way, San Mateo. Free. For call 878-5746. surplus money to the economic uncer- being contracted for $130,000. Chong pretty big difference. But they have a
more information call 483-7462.
tainty fund until it reaches 20% of the said the new maintenance worker major convention center.”
Mystery Book Club. Noon. South
Paint Like Yayoi Kusama. 10 a.m. to San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. operating budget or $3.2 million. would handle the same duties as the Eisen and Ruddock want to explore
4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
The proposed budget includes trans- library engineer plus additional main- ways to make Half Moon Bay more
de las Pulgas, Belmont. Yayoi Kusama Read any title that fits the monthly
is a Japanese contemporary artist. theme and share with the group. ferring $3 million from the general tenance responsibilities elsewhere in desirable to visitors and get the occu-
Her work is based in conceptual art Free. For more information call 829- fund to the CIP, which is well above the city. pancy rate up in addition to a potential
and shows some attributes of mini- 3860. hotel tax increase.
malism, surrealism and abstract the $1.9 million transferred between The aforementioned library position
expressionism, and is infused with Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San those funds in the previous fiscal year. was initially created to oversee techni- Half Moon Bay’s hotel tax rate of
autobiographical, psychological and Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange cal systems within the city’s new 12% is also no longer the highest in
sexual content. Free. To register and Ave., South San Francisco. Identify Nisbet said such a financial commit-
for more information call 591-8286. minerals, surf Google Earth, find ment to capital made economic sense library and Public Works now feels it the Bay Area, prompting councilmem-
Sandy Land, consider conservation
this fiscal year, but is too high to be can handle those responsibilities, bers to call for a higher rate.
Summer Learning K ick off @The and more. Free. For more information
Farmers’ Market. 10 a.m. Orange call 829-3860. sustainable and won’t be proposed in Deputy City Manager Matthew “I don’t want to be second to San
Memorial Park, 35 W. Orange Ave., future fiscal years. Chidester said. Francisco [which has a hotel tax rate of
South San Francisco. Free. For more LGBTQ Book Club. 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
information call 829-3860 San Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El “[Three million dollars] might be As for the recreation leader position, 14%],” said Mayor Harvey Rarback.
Camino Real, San Mateo. All are wel- the largest general fund commitment Brownstone suggested hiring some- “We should look into increasing [hotel
Saturday Morning Yarn. 10:30 a.m. come. For more information call 591- tax] to 14%.”
South San Francisco Main Library, 840 0133. to capital for a long time, maybe one who could expand youth programs
W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. ever,” he said. “That’s not sustainable; in the city for both English and Staff will explore a potential hotel
Free. For more information call 829- A Conversation with State Senate Spanish speakers. tax hike and reach out to hotel propri-
Candidates Sally Lieber (SD-13) we won’t see that in future years. I
3860.
and Ann Ravel (SD-15) at a San think it’s just the way the capital proj- Also, the city clerk position was etors moving forward and also sug-
La Nebbia Craft Fair and Wine Mateo County Democracy for ects are moving through the system, previously upgraded to the communi- gested such a proposal could be on the
Tasting. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. La Nebbia America Meeting. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Winery, 12341 San Mateo Road, Half Woodside Road United Methodist several of them are going to construc- cations director and this budget pro- November 2020 ballot at the earliest.
Moon Bay. Food, handmade jewelry Church, 2000 Woodside Road, tion, and we’re in a position where we poses a centralized communications The budget also proposes to transfer
and wine. Free. For more information Redwood City. Meet two remarkable
call 591-6596. women running for the California can make that recommendation.” department. Communications respon- $300,000 from the general fund into
Senate. Free. For more information Man ag emen t An al y s t J en n i fer sibilities were previously handled by the city’s $2. 1 million affordable
call 573-7544. housing fund. There will be a study ses-
Live Concert and Sing-along. 6:30 Ch o n g s ai d t h ere are 1 8 cap i t al all city departments for a total of
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Molloy’s Tavern, 1655
Mission Road, South San Francisco. THURSDAY, JUNE 6 projects to be completed in fiscal $330,000 and that money will now be sion in July to discuss how to priori-
With the San Francisco Banjo Band. Mid Peninsula Village—Redefining year 2019-20 and the $3 million used to fund the new communications tize those funds in the coming fiscal
Music for all ages. For more informa- Aging. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. San Mateo
tion call 544-3623. Senior Center, 2645 Alameda de las transfer will help fund them across department. Staff is requesting an addi- year.
Pulgas, San Mateo. Mid Peninsula
Las Américas Unidas. 7 p.m. Messiah Village is a nonprofit organization
fueled by volunteers. They provide
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from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Burlingame will be invited to learn about growing
Woman’s Club, 241 Park Road, things. They will construct a paper
Burlingame. American style ballroom. garden bed with flowers to take
Western night do wear boots and home. At 2 p.m., museum docents will
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104 Training 110 Employment 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
TERMS & CONDITIONS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME NOTICE OF PETITION TO NOTICE OF PETITION TO
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- STATEMENT #281211 STATEMENT #281344 ADMINISTER ESTATE OF ADMINISTER ESTATE OF
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia-
NEWSPAPER INTERNS The following person is doing business
as: Corcept Therapeutics, 149 Common-
The following person is doing business
as: TargetMix, 750 Alma Lane #8195,
Lewis Herbert Norris
Case Number: 19PRO00632
Lewis Alan Norris
Case Number: 19PRO00633
bility shall be limited to the price of one
insertion. No allowance will be made for
JOURNALISM wealth Drive, MENLO PARK, CA 94025.
Registered Owner: Corcept Therapeutics
SAN MATEO, CA 94404. Registered
Owner: Teresa Anthony, 1535 Shoal Dr., To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
The Daily Journal is looking for in- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
errors not materially affecting the value Incorporated, DE. The business is con- San Mateo, CA 94404. The business is tingent creditors, and persons who may
tingent creditors, and persons who may
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- terns to do entry level reporting, re- ducted by a Corporation. The registrants conducted by an Individual. The regis-
otherwise be interested in the will or es-
otherwise be interested in the will or es-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- search, updates of our ongoing fea- commenced to transact business under trants commenced to transact business tate, or both, of Lewis Alan Norris. A Pe-
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate under their FBN on May 1, 2019. tate, or both, of Lewis Herbert Norris. A tition for Probate has been filed by
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- their FBN on May 19, 1998. Petition for Probate has been filed by
Card. /s/Teresa Anthony/ James Howard Norris in the Superior
so welcome. /s/G. Charles Robb/ James Howard Norris in the Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 5/22/2019. (Publish- Court of California, County of San Mateo. The Petition for Probate requests that
sor-County Clerk on 5/9/2019. (Publish-
105 Education/Instruction We expect a commitment of four to ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, The Petition for Probate requests that James Howard Norris be appointed as
5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19). James Howard Norris be appointed as personal representative to administer the
eight hours a week for at least four 5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent.
months. The internship is unpaid, but estate of the decedent. The petition requests authority to admin-
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The petition requests authority to admin- ister the estate under the Independent
Is your child's school FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #281353 Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
terns have progressed in time into STATEMENT #281210 ister the estate under the Independent
thority will allow the personal representa-
maximizing their potential? paid correspondents and full-time re- The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business Administration of Estates Act. (This au- tive to take many actions without obtain-
as: Bay Area Delivery Company, 30 thority will allow the personal representa-
Thrive at: porters. as: Corcept, 149 Commonwealth Drive, Eastridge Circle, PACIFICA, CA 94044. tive to take many actions without obtain-
ing court approval. Before taking certain
MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Registered Registered Owner: H & M Azevedo LLC, very important actions, however, the per-
UP ACADEMY Elementary Owner: Corcept Therapeutics Incorporat- ing court approval. Before taking certain sonal representative will be required to
College students or recent graduates CA. The business is conducted by a very important actions, however, the per-
ed, DE. The business is conducted by a give notice to interested persons unless
upacademysf.com are encouraged to apply. Newspaper Corporation. The registrants com-
Limited Liability Company. The regis-
sonal representative will be required to they have waived notice or consented to
trants commenced to transact business
experience is preferred but not neces- menced to transact business under their under their FBN on N/A. give notice to interested persons unless the proposed action.) The independent
sarily required. FBN on May 19, 1998. /s/Halex Azevedo/ they have waived notice or consented to administration authority will be granted
/s/G. Charles Robb/ This statement was filed with the Asses- the proposed action.) The independent unless an interested person files an ob-
110 Employment This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 5/23/2019. (Publish- administration authority will be granted jection to the petition and shows good
Please send a cover letter describing sor-County Clerk on 5/9/2019. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, unless an interested person files an ob- cause why the court should not grant au-
your interest in newspapers, a resume ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19, 6/22/19). jection to the petition and shows good thority.
BOOKKEEPER/ADMIN and three recent clips. Before you ap- 5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). cause why the court should not grant au- A hearing on the petition will be held in
this court as follows: JUN. 26, 2019 at
A San Carlos construction ply, you should familiarize yourself thority. 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR A hearing on the petition will be held in
company is looking for an with our publication. Our Web site: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME CHANGE OF NAME California, County of San Mateo, 400
this court as follows: JUN. 26, 2019 at County Center, Redwood City, CA
www.smdailyjournal.com. STATEMENT #281250 CASE# 19C1V02386
experienced Bookkeeper/ The following person is doing business SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of 94063.
California, County of San Mateo, 400 If you object to the granting of the peti-
Admin to join our team. Send your information via e-mail to as: M and F Enterprises Group, 180 El COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
County Center, Redwood City, CA tion, you should appear at the hearing
Camino Real Suite 9, MILLBRAE, CA 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 94063. and state your objections or file written
94030. Registered Owners: Marico C. If you object to the granting of the peti-
Please submit your resume ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., Enriquez and Fe R. Enriquez, 4224 Betti- PETITION OF
tion, you should appear at the hearing
objections with the court before the hear-
ing. Your appearance may be in person
#123, San Mateo CA 94402 Kham Hoang Dang
to gbcpjobs@gmail.com or na Ave., San Mateo, CA 94403. The and state your objections or file written or by your attorney.
call (650) 595-2591. business is conducted by a General Part- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: objections with the court before the hear- If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
nership.. The registrants commenced to Petitioners: Kham Hoang Dang filed a ing. Your appearance may be in person itor of the decedent, you must file your
transact business under their FBN on 01- petition with this court for a decree or by your attorney. claim with the court and mail a copy to
23-84. changing names as follows: If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- the personal representative appointed by
/s/Marico C. Enriquez/ the court within the later of either (1) four
This statement was filed with the Asses- itor of the decedent, you must file your months from the date of first issuance of
127 Elderly Care Present name: claim with the court and mail a copy to
CAREGIVERS sor-County Clerk on 5/14/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
1. Kham Hoang Dang the personal representative appointed by
the court within the later of either (1) four
letters to a general personal representa-
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). Proposed Name:
FAMILY RESOURCE 1. Kham Hoang Phan
months from the date of first issuance of from the date of mailing or personal de-
2 years experience GUIDE letters to a general personal representa- livery to you of a notice under section
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
required. The San Mateo Daily Journal’s
twice-a-week resource guide for
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #281164
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be- California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days er California statutes and legal authority
The following person is doing business fore this court at the hearing indicated from the date of mailing or personal de- may affect your rights as a creditor. You
children and families. livery to you of a notice under section may want to consult with an attorney
as: 1)Hey, Hey...Let’s Play 2)The below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
Immediate placement Every Tuesday & Weekend ImagiZeum 3)The Radio on the Shelf 4) tition for change of name should not be 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- knowledgable in California law.
granted. Any person objecting to the er California statutes and legal authority You may examine the file kept by the
Claire Swann 5)Press Play 6)Claire Rob-
on all assignments. Look for it in today’s paper to bins Presents 7)Let’s Listen 8)The Big name changes described above must file may affect your rights as a creditor. You court. If you are a person interested in
the estate, you may file with the court a
find information on family Bookshelf 9)Fun Timz, 2326 Ralmar a written objection that includes the rea- may want to consult with an attorney Request for Special Notice (form DE-
resources in the local area, Avenue, EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303. sons for the objection at least two court knowledgable in California law. 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
days before the matter is scheduled to
Call including childcare. Registered Owner: Justine Ryan, same
address. The business is conducted by
an Individual. The registrants com-
be heard and must appear at the hearing
to show cause why the petition should
You may examine the file kept by the
court. If you are a person interested in
the estate, you may file with the court a
praisal of estate assets or of any petition
or account as provided in Probate Code
section 1250. A Request for Special No-
(650)777-9000 203 Public Notices
menced to transact business under their
FBN on N/A.
not be granted. If no written objection is
timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
Request for Special Notice (form DE-
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
tice form is available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner:
/s/Justine Ryan/ praisal of estate assets or of any petition Alexander M. Biddle
This statement was filed with the Asses- petition shall be held on 6/18/19 at 9 1900 S. Norfolk St #350
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, or account as provided in Probate Code
sor-County Clerk on 5/3/2019. (Publish- section 1250. A Request for Special No- SAN MATEO, CA 94403
STATEMENT #281110 Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this (650)532-3470
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, tice form is available from the court clerk.
GROUNDSPERSON - The following person is doing business 5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19).
Order to Show Cause shall be published
Attorney for Petitioner: FILED: 5/22/2019
as: My Products, 105 Crescent Drive, at least once each week for four succes- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Alexander M. Biddle nal on 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/10/19 )
65-acre private property in SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. ing on the petition in the following news- 1900 S. Norfolk St #350
Woodside is looking for one per- Registered Owner: Julia Zachariah, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME paper of general circulation: SAN MATEO, CA 94403
same address. The business is conduct- STATEMENT #281297
son for grounds maintenance The following person is doing business
San Mateo Daily Journal (650)532-3470
ed by an Individual. The registrants Filed: 5/6/2019 FILED: 5/22/2019
and events setups. as: HRJ Cleaning Company, 800 West /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
commenced to transact business under (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
Orange Ave, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Judge of the Superior Court nal on 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/10/19 )
their FBN on N/A. CA 94080. Registered Owner: Concep-
Please call Carl 650-851-1457 /s/Julia Zachariah/
Dated: 5/2/2019
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
between 1pm - 3pm only to set cion J. Turcios, same address. The busi- (Published 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19,
This statement was filed with the Asses- ness is conducted byan Individual. The 6/1/19). CHANGE OF NAME
up appointment sor-County Clerk on 4/29/2019. (Publish- registrants commenced to transact busi- CASE# 19C1V02750
ness under their FBN on N/A. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, 6/1/19). /s/Concepcion J. Turcios/
This statement was filed with the Asses- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
SALES/MARKETING sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2019. (Publish- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF PETITION OF
INTERNSHIPS ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Heidi Marie Sever
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19). NAME STATEMENT 280119 NAME STATEMENT 260979
for ambitious interns who are eager to STATEMENT #281270 Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
jump into the business arena with both The following person is doing business doning the use of the Fictitious Business doning the use of the Fictitious Business Petitioners: Heidi Marie Sever filed a pe-
as: Bay Area Cognitive Health, 533 Air- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Name: Nagle Energy Solutions LLC. Name: Edwin Palma. Name of Business:
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs STATEMENT #281350
tition with this court for a decree chang-
of the newspaper and media industries. port Boulevard, Suite 400, BURLIN- Name of Business: Nagle Energy Solu- El Peruche Restaurant. Date of original ing name as follows:
GAME, CA 94010. Registered Owner: The following person is doing business tions LLC. Date of original filing: filing: 05-28-2014. Address of Principal Present name: Heidi Marie Sever
This position will provide valuable as: Waggin’ Hynies, 208 Wildwood Dr, 9/23/2009. Address of Principal Place of
experience for your bright future. Bay Area Cognitive Health, A Psycholo- Place of Business: 3997 Mission St.,
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. Business: 2020 Gordon Avenue, MEN- Proposed Name: Heidi Marie Straub
Email resume gy Corporation, CA. The business is con- Registered Owner: Vaughn Leslie Hy- DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registrant: Ed-
LO PARK, CA 94025. Registrant: Nagle win Palma, 118 Claremont Ave, SOUTH
info@smdailyjournal.com ducted by a Corporation. The registrants ndman, same address. The business is Energy Solutions LLC, CA. The busi- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
commenced to transact business under conducted by an Individual. The regis- ness was conducted by a Limited Liabili- SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080 The busi-
ness was conducted by an Individual. interested in this matter shall appear be-
their FBN on N/A. trants commenced to transact business ty Company. fore this court at the hearing indicated
under their FBN on March 2019. /s/Min Nagle/ /s/Edwin Palma/ below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales /s/Catherine Marreiro/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
Representative needed to sell newspa- This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Vaughn Leslie Hyndman/ This statement was filed with the Asses- tition for change of name should not be
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo granted. Any person objecting to the
per print and web advertising and event sor-County Clerk on 5/15/2019. (Publish- County on 5/23/19. County on 5/6/19.
sor-County Clerk on 5/23/2019. (Publish- name changes described above must file
marketing solutions. To apply, please call ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- a written objection that includes the rea-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
650-344-5200 and send resume to 5/18/19, 5/25/19,6/1/19, 6/8/19). 5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19). nal, 5/25/19, 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19). nal, 5/11/19, 5/18/19, 5/25/19, 6/1/19). sons for the objection at least two court
info@smdailyjournal.com days before the matter is scheduled to
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203 Public Notices 297 Bicycles 303 Electronics Tundra Tundra Tundra
be heard and must appear at the hearing CHiLd’s sCHWiNN BiCYCLE, BLUE in ONKYO AV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
to show cause why the petition should good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
not be granted. If no written objection is Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- MOUNTAiN BiKE new 21 gears $100.
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the (650)722-3634 PHiLLiPs-50” COLOR T.V., Heavy, $99
petition shall be held on 7/9/19 at 9 a.m., (650)591-8062
Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Red-
wood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Or-
298 Collectibles
der to Show Cause shall be published at
304 Furniture
1984 TiME magazine. Special 1994
least once each week for four successive Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
weeks prior to the date set for hearing on ANTiqUE diNiNg table for six people
(650)588-0842 with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
the petition in the following newspaper of
general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal 49’ER 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie ANTiqUE MOHAgANY Bookcase. Four
Filed: 5/28/2019 deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
BEdsTEAd siNgLE, poster style, box
Judge of the Superior Court spring, mattress available. $40.00.
Dated: 5/24/2019 APPROx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- (650)593-7408
(Published 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19,
6/22/19). 4162
BEigE sOFA $99. Excellent Condition
BAsEBALL HAT ANd beanie collection (650) 315-2319 Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
sold as set hundreds 1K Leave MSG
(650)388-2445 BUNK BEds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
ORdER TO sHOW CAUsE FOR CLAssiC LAMBORgHiNi Countach B/O (650)685-2494
CHANgE OF NAME Print ,Perfect for Garage,Framed Size
CASE# 19C1V02509 Medium ,Good Condition $25. (510)684- CHiNA CABiNET Wallet, $20. Call
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, 0187 (650)589-1407
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, CHOCOLATE BROWN living room chair
COLLECTABLE CABBAgE Patch Kids with cushion. In excellent condition, $60.
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
PETITION OF Call 650-872-2371.
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100
Maria Veronica Tracy (650) 572-8895 COMPUTER dEsK (glass) & chair. Like
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
COOL HOT Rod Print "Eddies Market" gtecher@comcast.net
Petitioners: Maria Veronica Tracy filed a Perfect for Garage,Size Medium,Perfect
petition with this court for a decree condition $25. (510)684-0187
changing name as follows: COMPUTER dEsK with 3 side drawers .
Present name: Maria Veronica Tracy Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask
dEPREssiON gLAss Dining Plate. 8 for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. leave message
Proposed Name: Molly Veronica Tracy $12 (650)762-6048
COMPUTER sWiVEL CHAIR. Padded
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons diNAH WAsHiNgTON, Autographed
interested in this matter shall appear be- 8”x10” glossy photo. Good condition
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For sale 312 Pets & Animals
fore this court at the hearing indicated $1200 OBO (650)342-3825 COUCHEs BEd tables TV clothes etc
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- appt only Leave MSG (650)388-2445 sOLid WOOd Entertainment Center- FREE MAgAziNEs. Library discards PARROT CAgE, Steel, Large - approx
tition for change of name should not be gAMEs OF the 23rd Olympiad maga- TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In year old ones. Wide variety. Good for 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
granted. Any person objecting to the zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- dEsK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 offer. (650)245-4084
name changes described above must file 0842 (650)458-3578 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
a written objection that includes the rea- (925)482-5742 FREE: WiLd turkey feathers; whole
sons for the objection at least two court LENNOx REd Rose, Unused, hand wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For 316 Clothes
days before the matter is scheduled to painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, diNiNg ROOM TABLE ANd six THOMAsViLLE diNiNg table, $50 4 fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark
be heard and must appear at the hearing $12.00. (650) 578 9208. CHAiRs -Antique, Mahogany Chippen- chairs, mid-century blonde with two (650)207-0882 BOOTs -LUgz Orange County Chopper
to show cause why the petition should dale Chairs- $3000 (650)888-2662 leaves call (650)697-3709. Edition Motorcycle Brand New size 10
not be granted. If no written objection is MiLLER LiTE Neon sign , work good gENUiNE sWiss Army Knife with knife Black $60 . (510)684-0187
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- $59 call (650)218-6528 TiKi BAR - Original from the 60’s,Like blade, nail file, nail cleaner, scissors, per-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the diNiNg ROOM Table-Antique,Oak, Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 fect, $5, (650)595-3933 BROWN sUEd boots, fur-lined, size 8,
petition shall be held on 6/26/19 at 9 OLd, ANTiqUE, Bottle Collection: 20 5chairs, w/ extension $200 (650)245-4234.
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, (650)290-3188 HANds FREE, holds any cellphone firm-
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this ly on handlebar, completely adjustable, FANCY HigH heel shoes, never worn
Order to Show Cause shall be published ONE COLLECTiON of antique Cuban TWiN BEd, mattress, box spring, frame locks in position, $9, (650)595-3933
Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
at least once each week for four succes- diNiNg TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- $ 50. (650)598-9804.
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Texting. ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for HAT, T-sHiRT, sweatshirt and comput-
ing on the petition in the following news- $250 .(650)-654-1930. TWO TiER Mahogany finish changing ta- erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
paper of general circulation: PATRiCK NAgEL Print "Gallery in the ble with pad great condition-$30.00
Courtyard ' # 7, Custom Framed , $100 color in excellent condition 3/4
San Mateo Daily Journal diNiNg TABLE - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT (650)771-6324 LiONEL CHRisTMAs Holiday expan- length $50 (650)692-8012
Filed: 5/14/2019 .(510)684-0187 Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with KAYANO MEN’s Running shoes size 11
sMALL RUg beater. $15.00 (650)207- drawers and pull-down desk call LiONEL WEsTERN Union Pass car and
Judge of the Superior Court 4162 good condition $20 (650)520-7045
Dated: 5/10/2019 diNiNg TABLE. 72" by 42". With leaf (650)697-3709 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
(Published 6/1/19, 6/8/19, 6/15/19, TOPPs BAsEBALL complete set 1987 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 MOTLEY CRUE lp signed by neil lee KNEE-HigH BLACK women's boots,
6/22/19). UsEd BEdROOM Furniture, FREE. Call size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- dREssER-ANTiqUE VANiTY Combo, 3 (650)573-7381. sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
4474 $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 NEgRiNi FENCiNg Epee mask size M
(650)290-3188 WALL UNiT/ROOM Divider. Simple LAdiEs sEqUiN dress, blue, size XL,
TWO 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- lines. Breaks down for transportation. & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for (415)260-6940 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
ENgLisH dRAW Table, $50 Solid Wood $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
295 Art both. Steve (650)518-6614 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, MEN's sTETsON hat, size large, new,
WALNUT CHEsT, small (4 drawer with OLd B&L Microscope in good condition;
call(650)697-3709 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
ViNTAgE sTEMWARE: 3 styles, 23 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 (650) 578-9208
OiL PAiNTiNg-CANVAss, Victorian pcs. $60, (650)207-4162
Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 ETHAN ALLEN sofa and love seat. Blue RAY-BAN TOP Bar Sunglasses
OBO (650)515-6091 velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- WHiTE WiCKER Armoire, asking $100, sHOEs sizE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
299 Computers or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- great condition, text for picture (650)571-
0947 wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- (650)508-8662
stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
296 Appliances 19" COLOR Monitor with stand VG con-
weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- TUxEdO sizE 40, black, including white
WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x 6596
dition power cord/owners manual includ- gLidER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
AiR CONdiTiONER 10000 BTU w/re- ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG ROLLERBLAdEs, UsEd, size 10. $20 WEddiNg dREss-dEsigNER, Size 12,
obo. Please call (650)745-6309 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
0898 RECORdABLE Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop- iKEA dREssER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
306 Housewares for $500 Call (650)867-1728
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, sAMsONiTE 26" tan hard-sided suit
(650) 578 9208 BUdWEisER sTEiN $10 (650)589-5065 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
FREE WAsHER and 220v dryer, both iKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. WOMAN's AMERiCAN Rag faux leather
$45. (650)328-6709
working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You $ 30. (650)598-9804. jacket. Perfect condition. Black
CRYsTAL WiNE glasses new (12ea)
move, stairs. 300 Toys MAHOgANY TV Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W $20.00 Call 650-592-2648 siLK sAREE 6 yards new nice color.for /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
14-1000-PCs PUzzLEs $3.00 ea. gERMAN sTEiN $10 (650)589-5065 WOMAN's TAHARi jacket. Perfect con-
gLAss-PANEL LAMPsHAdE. Similar 3709 formation.
(650)207-4162 dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- (650) 952-3466
ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. MiKAsA sET. White. Modern (square) siNK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
MATTREss, TWiN long, excellent condi- Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.
$75 (650)727-7266 AMERiCAN FLYER locomotive runs tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 $15.00 (650)544-5306
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 WOMEN's BLACK suede fur lined
NEW "BELLA" buffet triple slow cooker sLR LENs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
HOTPOiNT HEAVY Duty Dryer excellent NEW dELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592-
JUMP ANd Play Keyboard brand new, in ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
working condition Burlingame $50 Call original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. 2648 WORK BOOTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
Dan (408)656-0958 Sell! (650) 875-8159. TiREs-sET OF four P225 45 R18 $80 brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
sTAR WARs Celebration 3 Darth Vader siNK dOUBLE cast iron. Good condi- OBO (650)359-2238. In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
MAYTAg WAsHER excellent working $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 NiAgARA ViBRATiNg Adjustable bed tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan TUNTURi ROWiNg Machine, Good
(408)656-0958 (408)656-0958 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
318 sports Equipment
302 Antiques 307 Jewelry & Clothing
MFg H20LABs Model 300 exc cond qUEEN sOFA Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), UNidEN HARLEY Davidson Gas Tank Big BERTHA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
BEER sTEiNs-ORigiNAL from Germa- Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, ANNE KLEiN silver-tone watch with phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info call (650)697-3709 Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
NEW, siNgER Sewing Machine Univer- (650)592-7483 . al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 VENdiNg MACHiNEs FOR Sale. Soda (415)999-4474
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- machine vendo, ten selections. Snack
RETRO HUTCH Needs refinishing other- 308 Tools machine AP, Snack Shop 5 columns
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
MAHOgANY ANTiqUE Secretary desk, wise good condition. Top detaches from many selections. $495 each. (650)218- BRANd NEW Golf bag with Stand.
TiFFANY sTYLE Lamp shade. Older- 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- bottom $25. (650)712-9962 ANTiqUE iRON Hand Drills. 3 available
7125 Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron WALKER - Good Condition - Like New -
No Texting.
sOFA-BEigE FABRiC, Orig. $900,
727-7266. Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 $35 (650)341-5347
ROsEViLLE TULiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. CRAFTsMAN 6”x9” belt/disc sander,
VACUUM CLEANER (reconditioned) $45. (650)574-2490. (650)234-8218
used once. Cost $330.00 check Sears
BRANd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 sOLid WOOd Dining table with exten- website. $150.00 (650)591-6283 311 Musical instruments Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
303 Electronics sion great piece great condition black gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
$80 (650)364-5263 CRAFTsMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" 1929 ANTiqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
297 Bicycles FREE TELEVisiON - Mitsubishi, dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
EAsTON ALUMiNUM bat.33 inches, 30
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not TABLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. (650)742-6776.
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local Lg CRAFTsMEN shop vac 6.5hp $60 oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
AdULT BiKEs 1 regular and 2 with bal- Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost (510)943-9221
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 Delivery available. CHROMATiC HARMONiCA: Horner
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
sHOPsMiTH MARK V 50th Anniversary The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, EVERLAsT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. (650)278-5776. Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
(650)504-0585

CiTY OF PACiFiCA NOTiCE OF HEARiNg ViNTAgE CRAFTsMAN Jig Saw. Circa EPiPHONE LEs Paul Custom Prophecy gUTHY-RENKER POWER Rider,Ever-
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
(650)421-5469. erciser $20 (510)770-1976
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Zoning Administrator of the City of Pacifica will conduct a 310 Misc. For sale
public hearing on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. in the Planning Department Confer- EVERETT UPRigHT antique piano.
ence Room, 1800 Francisco Boulevard, Pacifica, to consider the following: 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint, Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. KNEE RidER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
HUgE LUdWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle LEATHER gOLF bag with 23 clubs $90.
FiLE NO. 2019-013 FOR TEMPORARY UsE PERMiT TUP-1-19 to establish and operate a tem- & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
porary outdoor retail coffee service for a period of up to six months on a portion of the Sea Bowl
BEssY sMALL Evening Hand Bag With
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 (650) 592-2648.
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
(916)975-4969
Entertainment & Bowling Center site located at 4625 Coast Highway (APN 022-150-440) in Pa- MEN's ROssigNOL Skis. $95.00,
BiFOLd sHUTTERs 2x28”x79 $10.00
cifica. The project site is located within the C-1 (Neighborhood Commercial) zoning district. (650)544-5306 PiANO-ANdREW KOHLER, Mahogany, good condition, (650)341-0282.
Recommended California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) status: Class 4 Categorical Exemp- Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
tion, CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 (Minor Alterations to Land). BLUE OYsTER cult lp signed by donald (415)334-1980
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
(408)661-6019 Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
Additional information for the item above is available for public review at the Planning Depart- PLAYER PiANO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- (650)771-6324.
ment, 1800 Francisco Boulevard, Pacifica. These items will also be posted 72 hours prior to the CAsH REgisTER Parts; Much Skin Not sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 www.elo.deals
meeting on the City's website at: TOTAL gYM XLS, excellent condition.
CHROME BATHROOM standard center sPiNET PiANO + Bench, $50. Call Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
http://www.cityofpacifica.org/depts/planning/zoning_administrator set faucet complete and ready to install, (650)589-1407
$5, (650)595-3933 (650)588-0828
ViNTAgE AUTOPiANO upright player
The City of Pacifica will provide special assistance for persons with disabilities upon at least 24 COsCO PLAY Pen with travel bag. Used piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave ViNTAgE NAsH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
hours advance notice to the City Manager's office (650) 738-7300. If you need sign language as- once $35 (650)591-2981 message or email flycsir@hotmail.com ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
sistance or written material printed in a larger font or taped, advance notice is necessary. All CUT gLAss serving bowl 8" diameter WURLiTzER UPRigHT piano. Fair con- 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
meeting rooms are accessible to the disabled. $25. Call 650-921-4016 dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
dELUxE FOLdER Walker - 5" wheels - WORKOUT BENCH, weights, bars, for
Tina Wehrmeister Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
Planning Director Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal on June 1, 2019 312 Pets & Animals (650)861-2411
disPLAY CAsE, glass top. 27”x20”x2”
Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
dRiVE 3-WHEEL buggy $45. Call
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. YAMAHA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
(650)593-2066 (650)458-3255
(650)589-1407
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CITY OF SAN BRUNO
NOTICE OF ADOPTED ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of San Bruno, California (the “City”) at its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, held a Public Hearing, waived the first reading and
introduced an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Bruno, establishing garbage & recycling service rates containing a proposed rate of 4.43%, for FY2019-20, as requested by Recology San
Bruno pursuant to the terms of the Franchise Agreement with the City of San Bruno. If approved, the rate increase will be implemented effective July 1, 2019. Then at it’s regular meeting on Tuesday
May 28, 2019, the City Council waived the second reading and adopted that ordinance. A summary of the ordinance is provided below:

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

Current Residential Rate Monthly Rate Effective July 1, 2019

Residential (1-3 Units)


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

Multi-Unit Residential (4+ Units)


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

Debris Boxes
Includes Delivery and Pickup
4 yard mini (per day) $ 206.71
6 yard mini (per day) $ 261.12
7 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 500.45
16 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 554.79
20 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 609.23
25 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 761.49
25 yard debris recyclables only $ 435.13
30 yard debris (1-5 business days) $ 883.34
Debris box hold-over (after 5th day) 10% of rate/day
Compacted Garbage (per yard) $ 61.98
Key/Lock Service
Additional monthly charges of the following will be applied on each use of a key (including key, keypad, combination lock, automatic door opener, or any other entry mechanism) required to open a lock
or to enter or leave the premises, additional monthly charge of:
1 per week $ 11.36
2 per week $ 22.72
3 per week $ 34.08
4 per week $ 45.44
5 per week $ 56.80
Saturday $ 17.04

Inside Pull-Out Service


0-25 feet $ 9.93

Excess Disposal/Overflowing Container Penalty


Per occurrence $ 16.14

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

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


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

Organics Container Monthly Rate


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

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

A copy of the full text of the proposed ordinance is available in the City Clerk’s Office, 567 El Camino Real, in San Bruno, California. Contact Keith DeMartini with questions at (650) 616-7054.

/s/ Melissa Thurman, CMC


San Bruno City Clerk
May 30, 2019
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UN atomic watchdog raises questions of Iran’s centrifuge use
By Kiyoko Metzler A centrifuge is a device that enriches ura- allowed to comment on the report said the a way couldn’t be found within 60 days to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nium by rapidly spinning uranium hexafluo- faster centrifuges were not yet being fed with shield it from U.S. sanctions targeting its
ride gas. Under the atomic accord, Iran has uranium. economy and oil industry, it would ramp up
been limited to operating 5,060 older-model The diplomat said the technical discus- its enrichment of uranium beyond the purity
VIENNA — The U.N. atomic watchdog IR-1 centrifuges. sions on the centrifuges were between the allowed under nuclear deal. And about a week
said Friday that Iran continues to stay with- In a footnote, the agency said that “up to deal’s signatories and Iran, but would not ago, Iran said it had increased its uranium-
in the limitations set by the 2015 nuclear 33” more advanced IR-6 centrifuges have elaborate. “It is being discussed, and we enrichment production capacity, though
deal with major powers, but reported its been installed and that “technical discus- report the facts that we see,” the diplomat only of the lower-enriched uranium permit-
stockpiles of low-enriched uranium and sions in relation to the IR-6 centrifuges are said. ted by the agreement.
heavy water are growing and raised questions ongoing.” “The feed line is under agency seal,” the In its first quarterly report since those
for the first time about Iran’s adherence to a Under terms of the nuclear deal, Iran is diplomat said, adding it was up to partner announcements, however, the Vienna-based
key but vague provision intended to limit allowed to test no more than 30 of the IR-6s countries in the deal to determine whether IAEA found Iran continued to be in compli-
the country’s use of advanced centrifuges. once the deal has been in place for 8 1/2 the installation was a violation of the ance and also said its inspectors had been
In a confidential quarterly report distrib- years. The deal is murky about limits before accord. given unfettered access to Iranian nuclear
uted to member states and seen by the that point, which will arrive in 2023. The nuclear deal is meant to keep Tehran facilities.
Associated Press, the International Atomic The head of the Atomic Energy from building atomic weapons in exchange “Timely and proactive cooperation by Iran
Energy Agency said Iran has stayed within Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, said for economic incentives. It has been com- in providing such access facilitates imple-
key limitations set in the so-called Joint last month that Iran had begun installing a plicated by the unilateral withdrawal of the mentation of the additional protocol and
Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA, chain of 20 IR-6 centrifuges at its under- United States from the deal last year and enhances confidence,” the report stated,
for uranium and heavy water stockpiles. ground Natanz enrichment facility. Iranian Washington’s increased sanctions, which referring to the procedure detailing safe-
But while in past reports the IAEA said officials say the IR-6 can enrich 10 times has been taking a toll on the Iranian econo- guards and tools for verification.
Iran’s research and development on enrich- faster than an IR-1. my. The senior diplomat said Iran does have
ment “has been conducted using centrifuges Iran maintains that it is allowed to install That has left the other signatories — the capacity to quadruple uranium enrich-
within the limits defined in the JCPOA,” the the centrifuges, regardless of the agree- Germany, Britain, France, Russia and China ment as it recently threatened, but that
Friday report instead changed the wording to ment’s limit on their use for testing. A sen- — struggling to come up with enough incen- inspectors would have to wait until the next
say it “has been conducted using centrifuges ior diplomat who spoke on condition of tives to keep Iran in the deal. report to determine whether they had actual-
specified in the JCPOA.” anonymity because he wasn’t officially Earlier this month, Iran announced that if ly set that increase in motion.

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US acting defense chief calls out China over South China Sea
By Lolita C. Baldor tures in the global commons could become
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tollbooths. Sovereignty could become the
purview of the powerful,” Shanahan said.
SINGAPORE — U. S. Acting Defense His remarks underscore America’s frayed
Secretary Patrick Shanahan on Saturday relations with China, as the Trump adminis-
denounced China’s efforts to steal technolo- tration wages a trade war with Beijing,
gy from other nations and militarize man- imposes sanctions on Chinese tech giant
made outposts in the South China Sea as a Huawei and approves a weapons sale to
“toolkit of coercion,” saying Beijing’s bad Taiwan, the self-ruled island the Communist
behavior must end. mainland claims as its own territory. And
In his first major speech on the interna- they reflect America’s new national defense
tional stage, Shanahan mixed sharp criti- strategy that declared great power competi-
cism of China and warnings of North tion with China and Russia as top priorities.
Korea’s “extraordinary” threat with vows Shanahan’s speech on Saturday is also
that the U.S. will remain strongly commit- arguably an audition to both the world and
ted to the Indo-Pacific region and is ready to U.S. top leaders in Congress, as his nomi-
invest billions of dollars in securing its sta- nation for permanent secretary has still not
bility. been sent to Capitol Hill by Trump.
While he didn’t specifically name China
in early parts of his speech, he made clear And listening closely in the audience were
who his target was, making pointed refer- nervous allies and partners in the region
ences to Beijing’s campaign to put advanced who are worried about the economic impact
REUTERS
weapons systems on disputed islands in the of the U.S.-China trade dispute and the
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan speaks at the IISS Shangri-la Dialogue. region. “If the trends in these behaviors political blowback of America’s complaints
c o n t i n ue , about Beijing’s rapid progress in hyperson-
artificial fea- ic weapons, nuclear technology and space
launches.

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