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County students struggle at spelling bee


Locals fails to advance on national stage, but competitor finds silver lining
By Austin Walsh ital to compete Inside during a nation-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF against the 500 best ally televised
student spellers. broadcast was a
Anita Beroza will likely not soon Leilani Campos, of lot to handle.
forget the correct spelling of repli- Borel Middle “It was really
catile. School in San n erv e-rack i n g .
The Ralston Middle School eighth- Mateo, was elimi- Being on stage
grader stumbled over the amount of l’s nated in the same Dallas-area kids are with cameras is
round after mis- tops at spelling bee
in the word during the third round of scary. And the
See page 7 lights are really
the Scripps National Spelling Bee and Leilani Campos spelling corpu-
was eliminated from the tournament lence. bright, ” she
hosted in Washington, D.C. Though she enjoyed the experience said. Linda Beroza, who traveled with
The Belmont resident was one of two and reveled in the challenge of bat- Anita, admitted the process challenges REUTERS
middle schoolers who traveled from tling other language enthusiasts, Anita Beroza of Belmont tries to relax before her turn as the
San Mateo County to the nation’s cap- Beroza admitted competing on stage See SPELLING, Page 18 next speller at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Jobless rate
drops to an
18-year low
Strong hiring drives unemployment rate
down to 3.8 percent; nearly 1969 levels
By Christopher Rugaber the second-
Inside longest on
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
record —
WASHINGTON — Another remains on
month of strong hiring drove the track and
nation’s unemployment rate down may even be
to 3.8 percent — tantalizingly g ai n i n g
close to the level last seen in Stocks, interest rates s t e a m .
1969, when Detroit still dominat- climb as job market Em p l o y e r s
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL ed the auto industry and the keeps improving appear to be
Painter and science illustrator Jane Kim works in her new Ink Dwell studio. Below: The studio is located at the Vietnam War was raging. See page 10 s h r ug g i n g
Shoppes at Harbor Village by Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay. Employers added 233,000 jobs off recent
in May, up from 159,000 in April, concerns about global trade dis-

Wildlife-centered art studio opens the Labor Department reported


Friday. And unemployment fell to
an 18-year low.
The report shows that the nearly
putes.
“The May jobs report revealed
impressive strength and breadth in

Ink Dwell to host open studio in Half Moon Bay this weekend 9-year-old economic expansion — See JOBS, Page 24
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Call for Cow Palace gun
Leaping deer
on the side of a
Redwood City
show ban getting louder
cafe,
gathering
foxes
at
County officials aim to support state bill
Facebook head- By Anna Schuessler Wiener in May, Senate Bill 221
quarters and DAILY JOURNAL STAFF will ban sales of guns and ammuni-
375 million tion at the Cow Palace after a ven-
years worth of In an effort to take a stand dor contract expires in 2020. The
bird evolution against gun violence, San Mateo bill also includes an exemption
at Cornell
Jane Kim County officials will consider for gun buyback programs organ-
University are just a few subjects Tuesday adding their voices in sup- ized by law enforcement. Because
and locations of murals by local port of a state Senate bill aimed at the Daly City facility is owned by
artist Jane Kim. banning gun shows at the Cow the California Department of
Palace in Daly City.
See STUDIO, Page 23 Introduced by state Sen. Scott See BAN, Page 18
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Thought for the Day


“Only the man who finds
everything wrong and expects it to get
worse is thought to have a clear brain.”
— John Kenneth Galbraith, American economist

This Day in History


The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

1953 took place in London’s Westminster


Abbey, 16 months after the death of
her father, King George VI.
In 1 8 6 3 , during the Civil War, Union Maj. Gen. William T.
Sherman wrote a letter to his wife, Ellen, in which he com-
mented, “Vox populi, vox humbug” (The voice of the people
is the voice of humbug).
In 1 8 8 6 , President Grover Cleveland, 49, married Frances
Folsom, 21, in the Blue Room of the White House. (To date,
Cleveland is the only president to marry in the executive
mansion.)
In 1 8 9 7 , Mark Twain was quoted by the New York Journal as
saying from London that “the report of my death was an exag-
geration.” (Twain was responding to a report in the New York
Herald that he was “grievously ill” and “possibly dying.”)
In 1 9 2 4 , Congress passed, and President Calvin Coolidge
signed, a measure guaranteeing full American citizenship for
all Native Americans born within U.S. territorial limits.
In 1 9 4 1 , baseball’s “Iron Horse,” Lou Gehrig, died in New
York of a degenerative disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; REUTERS
he was 37. Cast member Eleanor Worthington-Cox poses at a premiere for the movie ‘Action Point’ in Los Angeles.
In 1 9 4 6 , Italy held a referendum which resulted in the Italian 1960 by Mattel, was the first talking must be located between the Tropic of
monarchy being abolished in favor of a republic. doll. The doll had a pull-string at the Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn.
In 1 9 6 6 , U.S. space probe Surveyor 1 landed on the moon back off her neck that made her say 11 Tropical rain forests get at least 80
and began transmitting detailed photographs of the lunar sur- different things, including “Tell me a inches of rain per year.
face. story,” “Will you play with me?” and
In 1 9 7 6 , Arizona Republic investigative reporter Don “Please brush my hair.” ***
Bolles was mortally wounded by a bomb planted underneath ***
his car; he died 11 days later. (Prosecutors believed Bolles Do you know what Saab, Ikea and In the movie “Rocky” (1976) the
was targeted because he had written stories that upset a liquor Volvo have in common? See answer at boxer had a pet goldfish named Moby
wholesaler; three men were convicted of the killing.) end. Dick and a pair of turtles named Cuff
*** and Link.
In the movie “Austin Powers” (1997)
Birthdays
O
n average, 54 percent of the the villain Dr. Evil attempts to hold ***
amount of money won in big the world ransom for $1 million. In the
court cases goes toward legal 1999 sequel, Dr. Evil again tries to Burt Reynolds (born 1936) posed for
costs. hold the world ransom but this time he the first nude centerfold in
*** wants $100 billion. Cosmopolitan magazine in 1972. The
Visitors to the boardwalk in Atlantic *** photo shows Reynolds lying on a
City, New Jersey, can’t miss the land- The last album that the band Nirvana bearskin rug.
mark Lucy the Elephant, a six-story made was “In Utero” in 1993. Lead
building constructed to look like an singer Kurt Cobain (1967-1994) com- ***
elephant. Built in 1881 as a tourist mitted suicide the following year.
attraction, the building has been used *** The first census of the United States
Actor Stacy Keach Comedian Dana Actor-comedian
is 77. Carvey is 63. Wayne Brady is 46. as a hotel, restaurant and private resi- The vaccine for chickenpox, the was taken in 1790.
dence over the years. Lucy is currently Varicella vaccine, was licensed by the
Actress-singer Sally Kellerman is 81. Actor Ron Ely is 80. a museum. Food and Drug Administration in ***
Filmmaker and movie historian Kevin Brownlow is 80. Rock *** 1995. It is recommended that children
Ans wer: They are all Swedish compa-
musician Charlie Watts is 77. Actor Charles Haid is 75. Rocker Jerry Lee Lewis (born 1935) receive the vaccine when they are
Rhythm and blues singer Chubby Tavares (Tavares) is 74. married his third wife Myra Gale between 12 and 18 months old. nies. The founder of Ik ea, Ingv ar
Movie director Lasse Hallstrom is 72. Actor Jerry Mathers is Brown (born 1944) in 1957. The mar- *** Kamprad (born 1926), is one of the
70. Actress Joanna Gleason is 68. NHL Commissioner Gary riage made for bad publicity as Myra Sanrio’s most popular character is richest men in the world, with a fortune
Bettman is 66. Actor Dennis Haysbert is 64. Actor Gary was only 13 years old, and she was Hello Kitty. Other characters created of more than $30 billion.
Grimes is 63. Pop musician Michael Steele is 63. Rock singer Lewis’ second cousin. by the Japanese company are Tuxedo
Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet) is 58. Actor Liam Cunningham *** Sam, Badtz-Maru and Chococat.
is 57. Actor Navid Negahban is 54. Singer Merril Bainbridge The oil tanker that caused the 1989 oil ***
is 50. TV personality-producer Andy Cohen (“The Real spill in Alaska was called the Exxon The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918
Housewives” TV franchise) is 50. Rapper B-Real (Cypress Valdez. After the spill, the tanker was makes it unlawful to pursue, hunt, cap- Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
the weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
Hill) is 48. Actress Paula Cale is 48. Actor Anthony renamed Sea River Mediterranean. ture, kill or sell migratory birds. Questions? Comments? Email
Montgomery is 47. Actor Wentworth Miller is 46. Rock musi- *** *** knowitall(at)smdailyjournal.com or call 344-
cian Tim Rice-Oxley (Keane) is 42. Actor Zachary Quinto is The Chatty Cathy doll, introduced in To qualify as tropical, a rain forest 5200 ext. 128.
41. Actor Dominic Cooper is 40. Actress Nikki Cox is 40.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these four Jumbles, May 30 Powerball Fantasy Five Saturday : Sunny. Highs in the lower 60s
one letter to each square, to mid 70s. Southwest winds 10 to 20
to form four ordinary words. 17 23 26 46 68 20 20 26 28 32 36
Powerball
mph.
TOIPA Daily Four Saturday ni g ht: Mostly clear in the
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5 24 52 62 66 17 0 2 3 5 Lows in the lower 50s. Southwest winds
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Daily three midday 10 to 20 mph.
Sunday : Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming
TOBDU May 30 Super Lotto Plus 9 3 7 sunny. Highs in the 50s to upper 60s. Southwest winds 10
14 17 23 25 46 6 Daily three evening to 20 mph.
Mega number
Sunday ni g ht: Mostly clear in the evening then becom-
2 9 5 ing mostly cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s.
PRLIEP The Daily Derby race winners are Solid Gold, No. 10, Mo nday : Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming
in first place; California Classic, No. 5, in second place;
sunny. Breezy. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
and Lucky Charms, No. 12, in third place.The race time
Mo nday ni g ht thro ug h Wednes day : Mostly cloudy.
Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in the 50s to mid 60s.
was clocked at 1:44.13.
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Trial date set for restroom birth mom Police reports
Take a bite out of crime
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT saw blood surrounding according to prosecutors. Someone attempted to bite another per-
the stall. When a second At a two-day preliminary hearing in son on Beach Park Boulevard in Foster
A July 23 trial date was set Friday for a employee checked on May, Lockner’s defense attorney Jonathan City, it was reported at 10:08 p.m.
26-year-old woman accused of attempted her, she looked over McDougall allegedly attempted to have her Saturday, May 5.
murder for allegedly trying to drown the Lockner’s stall and charges thrown out by bringing witnesses
baby boy she just gave birth to in the rest- allegedly saw her hold- to the stand who could attest to a prior inci-
room of a Redwood City McDonald’s ing the baby face down dent in which she was allegedly unaware SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
restaurant last September, according to the in the toilet bowl. She she was pregnant and gave birth to her now Burg l ary . A burglary occurred at a hospital
San Mateo County District Attorney’s allegedly heard the toi- 4-year-old child. on El Camino Real, it was reported at 9:11
Office. Sarah Lockner let flush when she Lockner reportedly walked into the bath- p.m. Monday, May 7.
On Sept. 4, 2017, Redwood City resident stepped down and alert- room of her apartment while her boyfriend Petty theft. An item was stolen from a gro-
Sarah Lockner was allegedly working an ed police, despite Lockner’s request that and aunt were there and came out with a cery store on Chestnut Avenue, it was report-
evening shift at the fast-food restaurant she not alert authorities, according to newborn baby. None of the parties, includ- ed at 5:38 p.m. Monday, May 7.
when she made repeated trips to the rest- prosecutors. ing Lockner, were aware she was pregnant Fraud. Fraud occurred on Lilac Lane, it was
room, citing stomach pain. At around 10 Though the child was without a pulse and at the time, according to prosecutors. reported at 1:38 p.m. Monday, May 7.
p.m., her manager suggested she go home not breathing when police arrived, he Lockner pleaded not guilty to her chargesGrand theft. Grand theft occurred on Power
but, even after clocking out of her shift, responded to emergency care at the hospi- Friday and will next appear in court June 26
Place, it was reported at 1:14 p.m. Monday,
Lockner allegedly stayed at the restaurant tal. Lockner allegedly told police at the for pretrial conference. She remains in cus-
May 7.
in the restroom, according to prosecutors. scene she didn’t know she was pregnant tody on $11 million bail, according to Burg l ary . A burglary occurred at a restau-
One employee who checked on Lockner and was surprised the baby was born, prosecutors. rant on Dubuque Avenue, it was reported at
9:47 a.m. Monday, May 7.
year-old woman whose family says she had B urg l ary . A burglary occurred on
No foul play in Around the Bay dementia on Wednesday in the stairwell of McDonnel Drive, it was reported at 8:15
death of woman reported missing. a power plant near Zuckerberg San a.m. Monday, May 7.
missing from care facility San Francisco Department of Public Francisco General Hospital. Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen from
SAN FRANCISCO — Officials say foul Health spokeswoman Rachael Kagan says Andersen lived in a nearby care facility a hotel parking lot on Linden Avenue, it was
play is not suspected in the death of an eld- Ruby Andersen’s cause of death has not and had checked herself out on May 19, reported at 10:09 p.m. Wednesday, May 2.
been determined in a preliminary coroner’s planning to visit family. Arres t. Someone was arrested for being in
erly woman whose body was found in a possession of narcotics on Railroad Avenue,
stairwell at a power plant near a San report. She was reported missing on May 20 it was reported at Wednesday, May 2.
Francisco hospital 11 days after she was An employee found the body of the 75- when she didn’t return to the facility.

CITY Office (CO) in the city and are mostly


clustered around Veterans Boulevard with
GOVERNMENT one property along Woodside and Bay
• After the roads. But the required 600-foot setback
Re dwo o d Ci t y from youth centers would disqualify many
Co un c i l in April of those properties from hosting delivery
approved marijuana centers or nurseries.
delivery centers and CO zoning districts currently allow
nurseries in its research and development labs and office
industrial zones, the Pl an n i n g uses. Impacts cannabis businesses might
Co mmi s s i o n will consider whether have on their surroundings will be evaluat-
those businesses should also be allowed in ed during the permitting process.
the city’s Co mmerci al Office zoning The Planning Commission meets 7 p.m.
districts at a meeting June 5. Tuesday, June 5, at City Hall, 1017
About 43 acres are zoned Co mmerci al Middlefield Road.

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Bayside Academy receives $200K coming weeks and recommends concertgoers
Local briefs call or visit the venue in person to buy tick-
grant for science exploration area has been selected in anticipation of the ets.
San Mateo-Foster City School District parade. The Posy Princess is Kylie Castillo, The fear is that customer and credit card
officials announced Thursday Bayside 5, El Crystal School; Lady in Waiting No. 1, information has been compromised.
Academy has received a $200,000 grant to Lauren Cress, 6, St. Roberts; Lady in According to a post on Ticketfly’s web-
help construct a STEM-based science explo- Waiting No. 2, Julieannea Orcholski, 6, El site, the company is working in coordina-
ration area at the Bayside campus. Crystal; Lady in Waiting No. 3, Cara tion with “leading third-party forensic and
The grant came from Gilead Sciences, Inc., Tajelden, 6, John Muir; Lady in Waiting No. cyber security experts” to restore service.
a biopharmaceutical company based in 4, Lucy Chan, 6, Portola. Across the Bay Area, venues including the
Foster City. Independent in San Francisco, Sweetwater
The grant will cover about half of the funds Massage therapist arrested Music Hall in Mill Valley and Yoshi’s in
needed to build the exploration area. Oakland partner with Ticketfly.
School district officials said the goal of
in connection to prostitution Vivienne
the project is to enhance students’ exposure Police in San Bruno on Tuesday arrested a Vivienne the lost pig seeks home
to real-life science and to introduce students massage therapist in connection with prosti- Vivienne, a little pig found in South San She was christened “Vivienne” by shelter
typically under-represented in STEM to a tution during a compliance check operation Francisco in May, didn’t go to market and staff. The petite porcine’s age is unknown,
robust, hands-on science and engineering of a massage business. most certainly didn’t stay home, so the but at 24 pounds she is likely to continue to
experience. Po Chu Wu, 52, of Daly City, was arrested Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA is seek- grow — something potential adopters
The grant will be used to build a science on suspicion of prostitution, according to ing someone to adopt her. should take into consideration, Tarbox said.
exploration room and horticultural area by the San Bruno Police Department. A kind citizen found the pig at the inter- Pigs live around 12-18 years and live on
converting an existing classroom into a ded- The arrest occurred as officers were check- section of El Camino Real and Spruce Avenue pig pellets, vegetables and alfalfa hay. As
icated space, officials said. ing a business on the 400 block of East San May 20 and brought the 24-pound pig to the anyone who has witnessed a pig race at a
Sixth- to eighth-grade science classes and Bruno Avenue to enforce compliance with shelter. She is now up for adoption. county fair already knows, they are also very
upper-grade elementary classes will use the building, fire and health regulations and for “How this little pig came to be roaming smart.
space. Additional funding for the project is illicit prostitution activity, police said. the streets in South San Francisco is a com- According to the Humane Society of the
ongoing. The officers also discovered municipal plete mystery to us,” said Buffy Martin United States, pigs are “brainier than dogs or
code violations at several other massage Tarbox, a spokeswoman for the San Mateo 3-year-old children.” The Humane Society
San Bruno’s Posy businesses during the operation, police said. shelter. had no editorial comments as to which had
the best disposition.
Parade set for Sunday Ticket service
The San Bruno Lions Club will be hosting used by Club Fox hacked Obituary
the 78th Annual Posy Parade on Sunday.
The parade will go from 11 a.m. to noon Ticketfly, a San Francisco-based ticket Kathryn Patricia “Pat” Mayer
and will travel along San Mateo Avenue from service used by Club Fox in Redwood City March 13, 1936 – May 23, 2018
Kains Avenue to El Camino Real, onto and thousands of other events and venues
Crystal Springs Avenue and to San Bruno across the country, has been hacked. Kathryn Patricia “Pat” Mayer passed away peacefully on Wed.
City Park. After the parade, there will be live Websites for all Ticketfly venues have May 23rd. She was a longtime San Mateo and Hillsborough
music and food, a baseball game, carnival been down since Thursday morning when the resident.
rides and games. It is presented by the San attack occurred.  She was the nicest person I’ve met in my life (granted, I’m a
Bruno Lions Club. Wendy Mayer-Lochtefeld, who is the pub- little biased). But really, she didn’t have a bad bone in her body
The San Bruno Police Department is licist for Club Fox, said fortunately the and she was always giving... giving to me, her son Matt and
reminding residents several streets will be venue doesn’t have concerts scheduled this most of all, my Dad, Bill Mayer. Her life’s work was taking care
closed to vehicle traffic on Sunday between 9 week, but is still worried about the impacts of her family. Her most valued asset was love.
a.m. and 1 p.m. due to the parade. of a data breach she expects to be substantial Mom was a very strong person. Her mom died when she was 14 so she took on the
Road closures will include sections of San as the service has been down for a relatively caregiving role at an early age for her dad and her brother. She gave birth to 5 boys
Mateo, Kains, Jenevein and Taylor avenues, long time.  (three of them passed right after childbirth). She then took care of my Dad, Matt and
El Camino Real and Crystal Springs Road. “Fingers crossed,” she said. “The amount me. All her life, she was surrounded by men and was very happy to have 2 awesome
Masson, Easton, Green, Kains and Hensley of time it’s taking tells me it’s pretty big and daughter inlaws, Liza and Jana. They blessed my mom with 3 granddaughters,
avenues will be closed to through traffic in if this goes on too long we’ll be affected in a Peyton, Chelsea and Leah.
some areas. bigger way.” Like us, she went to San Mateo High and we used to kid her about “dating” Kris
The San Bruno Posy Princess and Court The club does have shows scheduled in the Kristofferson. She said she merely gave him a ride to school every so often.
For many years she helped her brother manage R. Flatland Underground
Construction. Matt and I worked there during summers as teenagers and constantly
hit mom up for lunch at Nini’s cafe. She always obliged. During the late ‘70’s /
early 80’s she was one of the rare female executives in the construction industry. She
always held her own with the men and they respected her. If not, she’d crush you with
a little stink eye which put you in your place... I’ve been on the receiving end of that
look a few times...
She had a great Mother’s Day, celebrating my Dad’s birthday and Mother’s Day
at a nearby restaurant with Matt’s family. She got an intestinal infection later that
night and my Dad had to hospitalize her for care. As you may know, she has been on
oxygen for almost 2 years. Her body just couldn’t handle any more issues. We were
very fortunate to spend this past week with her and got to say goodbye to her. Damn
she was strong!
We are relieved that she was in a better place but sad that she is gone. She was our
advocate, our friend, and our mom. She will be sorely missed. - Matthew and Patrick
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S
tudents from Cry s t al S p ri n g
Up l an ds attended the Hi g h
S c h o o l Nat i o n al Qui z B o wl
Champi o ns hi p in Atlanta, where they
competed against other high schoolers
from across the nation in an event testing
their knowledge in topics such as literature,
science, popular culture, current events and
more. They finished 12th overall, the best
placement of any California team.
***
S e quo i a Hi g h S c h o o l students in
Redwood City packed for themselves 42
backpacks filled with relief supplies to be
better prepared in case of an emergency. The
supplies were donated from local organiza-
tions and companies such as the Sequo i a
He al t h c are Di s t ri c t , S i ms Me t al
Man ag e me n t , the city of Re dwo o d ceremony Saturday, May 26, when 660
Ci ty, Redwo o d Ci ty 2 0 2 0 , Sequo i a graduates were issued 728 degrees and cer-
Uni o n Hi g h Scho o l Di s tri ct, San tificates in 76 different majors. Of those
Mateo Credi t Uni o n and more. who graduated from the Redwood City cam-
*** pus, 71 percent were women, 25 percent
The S an B run o Co mmun i t y were the first in their family to go to col-
Fo undati o n awarded $120,000 in scholar- lege, 37 percent were Hispanic and 35 per-
ships to nine local students from the money cent were the first in their family to obtain
awarded by PG&E following the a degree beyond high school.
Cres tmo o r nei g hbo rho o d gas pipeline ***
explosion. The recipients were Capuchi no Sky l i ne Co l l eg e celebrated its com- Healthy Cities Tutoring honored 404 volunteer tutors at the organization’s annual reception
Hi g h Scho o l seniors Ki ers ten Bl ai r, mencement ceremony Friday, May 15. A Tuesday, May 15. The volunteers provided educational assistance and mentoring to 468
Jul i a Co rdero , Lauren Mey er, Max total 1,690 degrees were awarded to 1,362 students in kindergarten through eighth-grade attending schools in Redwood City and San
Sti nes and Lauren Val l es ; Mercy Hi g h students, including 20 who earned a bache- Carlos. Seen above, tutor Breyon Lauher receives her recognition from Dennis McBride, a
S c h o o l senior Muri e l B ut l e r; and lor’s degree in respiratory care. member of the Redwood City Elementary School District Board of Trustees.
S k y l i n e Co l l e g e s t ude n t s Mart h a ***
Marque z Rami re z , Marj o uri e Dav i d Ro bi ns o n, of Menlo Park, and
Qui ntani l l a and Vi ncent Rams ey. Jo hn Rus s el l , of Woodside, graduated
*** from Wo rc e s t e r Po l y t e c h n i c
The San Mateo Co unty Co mmuni ty Uni v ers i ty .
Co l l eg e Bo ard o f Go v erno rs awarded ***
the San Mateo Co unty Co mmuni ty El i zabeth Inman, of Menlo Park, grad-
Co l l eg e Di s tri ct a $3 million grant to uated from Mari s t Co l l eg e.
implement a student success model designed ***
to accelerate completion of associate May a Sun, of Belmont and Nathan
degrees. Kapl an, of Redwood City, were named to
*** the dean’s list at Wo rces ter Po l y techni c
The Ro t ary Cl ub o f S o ut h S an Uni v ers i ty.
Franci s co issued 25 scholarships to stu-
dents from the city’s three high schools
worth more than $60,000. Class notes is a column dedicated to school news.
It is compiled by education reporter Austin Walsh.
*** You can contact him at (650) 344-5200, ext. 105 or
Cañada Co l l eg e celebrated its graduated at austin@smdailyjournal.com.

Roosevelt Elementary School in Burlingame hosted its second annual Create-A-Thon event
Friday, May 18, featuring creative activities for student hosted in each teachers’ classroom.
Students were encouraged to roam throughout the campus, where lessons were offered
spanning such innovative fields such as engineering, design, circuitry and art book creation.

More than 800 students from the Redwood City Elementary School District participated in the
18th annual Make Time for Fitness field trip to Red Morton Park, made possible through a
partnership with Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital and 13 other community organizations.
Students exercised, played and learned the importance of healthy living.
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Dallas-area kids are tops at spelling bee By Ben Nuckols week — the new wild-card program that
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Scripps launched to give a chance to
spellers like him, who have to compete
OXON HILL, Md. — The end of the against some of the nation’s best spellers
biggest Scripps National Spelling Bee in at the local level. The field was expanded
history came abruptly, and it wasn’t the to 515 spellers to accommodate the wild
conclusion that many expected. Naysa cards — there had never been more than
Modi, a poised and charismatic four-time 300 competitors previously — and four of
participant whose long spelling career the 16 prime-time finalists got in through
seemed to be building toward triumph, sat the new program, known as “RSVBee.”
next to a newcomer whom she had already When only three spellers remained, all
beaten this year — at the county level. were from the Dallas area, which has long
But 12-year-old Naysa blinked immedi- been a hotbed of spelling talent.
ately, mixing up the single and double “s” Karthik is from McKinney, Texas — his
in the German-derived word family moved there specifically so he
“Bewusstseinslage” — a state of con- could go to a school that takes part in the
sciousness or a feeling devoid of sensory Scripps program. Naysa is from Frisco,
components — and 14-year-old Karthik less than 15 miles to the west. And third-
Nemmani seized an opportunity that he place finisher Abhijay Kodali lives in
wouldn’t have had before this year. Flower Mound, another 40 miles west.
“I didn’t really think I’d be able to do Naysa knocked off Abhijay in the Dallas
it,” the soft-spoken winner said. “I had regional bee after topping Karthik in their
confidence that I could do it, but I honest- county bee. The region is one of a few that
ly didn’t realistically think it could hap- sponsors two spellers for a trip to nation-
REUTERS pen.” als. The wild cards had to pay their own
Karthik Nemmani celebrates with E.W. Scripps Company CEO Adam Symson after winning the Karthik’s victory Thursday night put the way — a $750 entry fee, plus the costs of
Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Md. spotlight back onto the story of this bee travel to Washington and lodging.

Unlikely visitor, Rev. Graham Graham insists he tion in the governor’s race. In California,
means no mischief when Around the state the top two vote-getters in each race
campaigns in liberal Berkeley he gives his message advance, regardless of party. Not having a
SAN FRANCISCO — The Rev. Franklin Friday night, though he Independent voters now candidate in the highest profile race could
Graham says he is coming to Berkeley in concedes he may be the outnumber Republicans in California depress Republican turnout and affect down-
peace and in a longshot attempt to sway first evangelical preacher ballot races.
in recent memory to take SACRAMENTO — For the first time,
voters to support evangelical Christian It’s already unlikely a Republican will
on the Berkeley elec- Republicans are the third largest bloc of
candidates. make the top two in the state’s U.S. Senate
The outspoken supporter of President torate. He said he’s confi- voters in California. race.
Donald Trump is in the middle of a 10-stop dent he will be received New data released by the secretary of state More than 19 million Californians are
Franklin on Friday shows voters with no party pref-
campaign-style tour of California that is well in a city that experi- registered to vote ahead of the state’s
designed to get out the evangelical
Graham enced violent and chaot- erence represent 25.5 percent of registered Tuesday primary. That’s more than three-
Christian vote in the June 5 primary elec- ic political protests over other politically voters while Republicans make up 25.1 per- quarters of the eligible voter population.
tion and defeat progressive politicians and conservative events in recent months. “I’m cent. Democrats remain the largest group at “I’m proud to see the highest percentage
insert more religion into government. not going there to judge Berkeley or fuss at more than 44 percent. of eligible Californians registered and ready
Berkeley, though, as one of the most lib- it,” Graham said in an interview with the The new numbers come as Republicans to vote in a gubernatorial primary in
eral cities in the country, seems an unlikely Associated Press. “I want them to know that are scrambling to ensure they have a candi- decades,” Secretary of State Alex Padilla
stop. God loves them.” date advance to the November general elec- said in a statement.

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Trump’s teasing jobs report


tweet raises new questions
By Jonathn Lemire and Josh Boak jobs report was really good, the economy is
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS doing really well.”
The jobs data come out once a month and
WASHINGTON — With a tantalizing tweet, can lead to massive buying or selling trends
President Donald Trump seemed to tease a on Wall Street, depending on how the infor-
positive jobs report on Friday, a protocol- mation is received. Trump has made the roar-
defying step that moved markets and raised ing stock market a centerpiece of his admin-
questions about the appropriateness of the istration and re-election campaign, though
president publicly hinting at information Wall Street has faced recent uncertainty due to
that could make or lose fortunes. the administration’s saber-rattling over tar-
Treasury yields jumped and the value of the iffs.
dollar increased within seconds of Trump’s “We’ve reached yet one more historic mile-
7:21 a.m. tweet that said he was “looking stone with 3.8 percent unemployment, just
forward to seeing the employment numbers announced,” Trump said later Friday at a
at 8:30 this morning,” suggesting that Coast Guard ceremony.
traders likely were making investment deci- With its power to move the markets, the
sions based on what they extrapolated from jobs report is a closely held secret before it is
Trump’s post. The director of the White released. Only a select few officials, includ-
ing the labor secretary, the head of the presi- REUTERS
House National Economic Council, Larry
Kudlow, said he briefed Trump on the jobs dent’s Council of Economic Advisers, the North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump as Secretary
report on Thursday evening. treasury secretary and the Fed chairman, are of State Mike Pompeo looks on after a meeting at the White House.
One hour and nine minutes after Trump’s told prior to its release for fear that a leak
tweet Friday morning, the Bureau of Labor
Statistics announced that 223,000 jobs were
created in May, beating expectations, and
could give some investors an unfair advan-
tage.
Tony Fratto, a Treasury Department official
who worked in George W. Bush’s administra-
Summit’s back on: Trump, N.
that the unemployment rate fell to 3.8 per-
cent. Though Trump’s tweet drew sharp criti-
cism, Kudlow defended it as appropriate.
“Why not? He didn’t give any numbers,”
tion, said that while not illegal, Trump’s
tease could be deemed inappropriate because
“you want market participants to get their
Korea’s Kim to meet after all
By Zeke Miller, Korean leader, but Trump’s comments left it
Kudlow told reporters at the White House. “I data from their government in predictable,
just want to interject this radical notion: The official ways, not haphazard ones.” Josh Lederman and Jonathan Lemire unclear when he had even managed to take a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS look at it.
The president said it was likely that more
EU in flux as U.S. alliance creaks WASHINGTON — After a week of hard-
nosed negotiation, diplomatic gamesman-
than a single meeting would be necessary to
bring about his goal of denuclearizing the
By David McHugh state of flux, with potential implications ship and no shortage of theatrics, President Korean Peninsula. He said, “I think you’re
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for the prosperity of its people and global Donald Trump announced Friday that the going to have a very positive result in the
relations. historic nuclear-weapons summit he had end, not from one meeting.”
FRANKFURT, Germany — Certainties “Germany and France should very quickly canceled with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is In the latest sign of hostility cooling
Europe has relied on for decades seem to be show joint political leadership now,” said back on. down but hopes kept in check, Trump said
crumbling: that the U.S. is a reliable trade Daniela Schwarzer, director of the German The June 12 meeting in Singapore, the he had unilaterally put a hold on hundreds of
partner, and that the founding members of Council on Foreign Relations. first between heads of the technically still- new sanctions against the North, without
the EU all remain committed to the bloc. That role would belong in large part to warring nations, is meant to begin the Kim’s government even asking. “I’m not
On Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump Germany’s Angela Merkel and France’s process of ending North Korea’s nuclear going to put them on until such time as the
imposed tariffs on European steel and alu- Emmanuel Macron when it comes to program, and Trump said he believes Kim is talks break down,” he said.
minum, dismissing Europe’s pleas, and an strengthening Europe’s currency union. committed to that goal. The announcement “I don’t even want to use the term ‘maxi-
anti-EU populist government took office in Collectively, the EU could seek to ease wor- puts back on track a high-risk summit that mum pressure’ anymore,” Trump added, ref-
Italy. Added to Britain’s expected departure ries about trade by strengthening commer- could be a legacy-defining moment for the erencing his preferred term for the punish-
next year from the European Union, the cial ties with other partners like Japan, American leader, who has matched his ing U.S. economic sanctions imposed on
milestones show a region entering a new China and countries in South America. unconventional deal-making style with the North Korea in response to its nuclear and
mercurial Kim government. ballistic missile tests. But he said he would
Despite recently envisioning Nobel lau- not remove current sanctions until the
rels, Trump worked on Friday to lower North took steps to denuclearize.
expectations for a quick breakthrough. Trump warmly greeted Kim Yong Chol,
“We’re going to deal, and we’re going to the vice chairman of the North Korean rul-
really start a process,” Trump said. He spoke ing party’s central committee, in the Oval
from the South Lawn of the White House Office, where a brief encounter meant for
after seeing off a senior Kim deputy who the hand delivery of a personal letter from
spent more than an hour with him in the Kim Jong Un became a longer discussion of
Oval Office. Much had been made of a letter areas of disagreement between the two
his visitor was bringing from the North countries.

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U.S. alienates allies before taking on Beijing a standoff that has taken some confusing
By Paul Wiseman
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS turns.
Last month, the administration proposed
WASHINGTON — The Trump administra- tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports to
tion’s decision to slap tariffs on its top punish China for forcing U.S. companies to
allies could weaken Commerce Secretary hand over technology in exchange for
Wilbur Ross’ hand as he landed in Beijing access to its market. President Donald
on Saturday to try to fend off a trade war with Trump later ordered his top trade negotiator
China. to seek up to an additional $100 billion in
That, at least, is the view of many long- Chinese products to tax.
time trade analysts and China watchers. China responded by targeting $50 billion
“This is really the U.S. going it alone,” in U.S. products, including soybeans — a
said Philip Levy, senior fellow at the shot at Trump supporters in America’s heart-
Chicago Council on Global Affairs who was land. Rising tensions between the world’s
a trade adviser in the George W. Bush admin- two biggest economies alarmed investors
istration. “By assaulting all our allies, we and business leaders.
leave ourselves standing unprotected and by But they breathed a sigh of relief earlier
ourselves in a way we really never have this month when the U. S. and China
been.” declared a cease-fire after talks in
“We are alienating all of our friends and Washington. Treasury Secretary Steven
partners at a time when we could really use Mnuchin said then that the trade war was
their support,” added Wendy Cutler, a former “on hold.” And the tariffs were suspended
U.S. trade negotiator who is now vice pres- after China agreed to “substantially reduce”
REUTERS
ident at the Asia Society Policy Institute. its trade surplus with America by buying
After briefing reporters on the adminis- U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, a member of the U.S. trade delegation to China, leaves more U.S. products.
tration’s decision to slap tariffs on import- a hotel in Beijing. The truce didn’t last long. Trump, facing
ed steel from Canada, Mexico and the And in fact, U. S. Trade Rep. Robert by penalizing American products. criticism from some in Congress for cozy-
European Union, Ross arrived in Beijing Lighthizer, Japan’s economics minister, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, ing up to Beijing, on Tuesday renewed his
for negotiations aimed at resolving a dis- Hiroshige Seko, and EU Trade noting that Canadians and Americans have threat to impose the tariffs on China. His
pute over China’s aggressive attempts to Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom did issue been allies for 150 years and fought and died hardline trade adviser, Peter Navarro,
challenge U.S. technological supremacy. a vague statement from Paris on Thursday together in World War II and in Afghanistan, charged Wednesday that Mnuchin’s concil-
Trade analysts say the Trump team should urging unidentified countries to do more to took a shot at the Trump team: iatory comments about China were “an
be enlisting its allies to present a united protect intellectual property and to reduce “Americans remain our partners, friends, unfortunate sound bite.”
front to China. After all, U.S. friends like overcapacity. and allies,” Trudeau said. “This is not about Critics say the administration should be
Japan and the European Union share many But the U.S. undermined the alliance on the American people. We have to believe picking its trade fights far more judiciously.
of the same gripes about China. They decry Thursday by slapping key allies and trading that at some point their common sense will “This is dumb,” said Republican Sen.
rampant theft of intellectual property and partners — Canada, Mexico and the EU — prevail. But we see no sign of that in this Ben Sasse of Nebraska. “Europe, Canada
Chinese overproduction, which has flooded with tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 action today by the U.S. administration.” and Mexico are not China, and you don’t
world markets with cheap steel and alu- percent on aluminum. All vowed to retaliate Now, the U.S. is turning to Beijing and to treat allies the same way you treat oppo-
minum. nents.”

Lobbyist tied to EPA chief’s


condo tried to influence agency
By Michael Biesecker ing public disclo- counsel, today the firm filed amend-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sure of the EPA ments to several disclosure reports that
chief’s unusual liv- include information that was not previ-
WASHINGTON — Newly filed reports ing arrangements. ously disclosed to our firm and therefore
show the Washington lobbyist whose Pruitt has denied not included in the original filings.”
wife rented a bargain-priced Capitol Hill wro n g do i n g , Both Pruitt and Hart have publicly
condo to Environmental Protection describing Hart as a denied the lobbyist had conducted any
Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt had personal friend from business with EPA in 2017. At a May 16
far more contact with the agency than his home state of hearing before a Senate appropriations
previously disclosed, despite repeated Scott Pruitt Oklahoma. subcommittee, the embattled EPA chief
denials by both men. In a statement, erroneously insisted that Hart had not
Powerhouse lobbying firm Williams Williams & Jensen said Hart had failed lobbied the government last year.
& Jensen amended its 2017 disclosure to fully disclose his lobbying activities “Steve Hart is someone that was not
filings to show that former chairman J. to his own firm, resulting in prior registered as a lobbyist in 2017,” Pruitt
Steven Hart contacted EPA on behalf of reports omitting information. Federal testified. “He’s a longtime associate and
the Coca-Cola Company, pork producer law requires lobbyists to file quarterly friend.”
Smithfield Foods and a board oversee- reports detailing their contacts with Records showed that Hart was in fact a
ing the finances of hurricane-ravaged government officials, including the registered lobbyist in 2017, though at
Puerto Rico. clients they were representing, what the time it had not yet been formally
Pruitt has denied that Hart lobbied his topics were discussed and how much disclosed that he directly lobbied
agency in 2017, most recently during they were paid. Pruitt’s agency. Federal law makes it a
congressional testimony last month. “Following press reports of a former crime to “knowingly and willfully” give
The firm amended its required federal member of our firm engaging in lobby- materially false statements to
lobbying disclosures after an extensive ing activity that had not been disclosed, Congress.
review of Hart’s emails, calendar entries we engaged outside counsel to conduct a EPA spokesman Jahan Wilcox did not
and other materials. review of relevant filings,” the firm’s respond to requests for comment Friday
Hart was forced to retire early as a statement said. “Following the comple- night about whether Pruitt still stood by
result of the scandal that erupted follow- tion of that review and the advice of his testimony.

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Stocks, interest rates climb as


job market continues improving
By Stan Choe loss among the index’s 11 sec-
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS tors.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 24,673.60 Another force helping stocks on
Low: 24,542.09 Friday was relief that politicians
NEW YORK — Stocks climbed
Friday after a report showed the Close: 24,635.21 in Italy appeared to avoid a sce-
U.S. job market is still revving Change: +219.37 nario that investors had been fear-
higher, even with the specter of a ing would hit markets.
OTHER INDEXES Italy’s anti-establishment 5-
possible trade war hanging over
markets around the world. S&P 500: 2734.62 +29.35 Star Movement and right-wing
The better-than-expected news NYSE Index: 12,620.83 +93.69 League succeeded Thursday in
on jobs helped the S&P 500 more Nasdaq: 7554.33 +112.22 forming western Europe’s first
than recover all its losses from NYSE MKT: 2756.10 +4.30 populist government. It will be
earlier in the week. Interest rates Russell 2000: 1647.98 +14.37 headed by a political novice
and the value of the dollar also Wilshire 5000: 28,498.62 +280.16 whose first try was rejected four
rose on expectations that the days earlier as too risky for the
Federal Reserve got more justifi- 10-Yr Bond: 2.89 +0.07 Italian economy, but the outcome
cation to continue raising interest Oil (per barrel): 65.71 -1.33 avoids an interim government and
rates steadily, with its next deci- Gold : 1,297.90 -6.80 a swift return to the polls that
sion due in about a week and a investors had feared could end up
half. Reserve may increase short-term Twice as many stocks rose as on it beforehand. being a referendum on Italy stay-
Beyond the jobs report, interest rates four times this year, fell on the New York Stock The encouraging data helped ing with the euro currency.
stronger-than-expected readings rather than just three. Higher rates Exchange. push the yield on the 10-year In European stock markets,
came in on U.S. manufacturing can hurt stock prices, but Adams Employers added 223,000 jobs Treasury note to 2.90 percent from France’s CAC 40 rose 1.2 percent,
growth and construction spend- said investors appear relatively last month, more than economists 2.86 percent late Thursday. The and Germany’s DAX climbed 0.9
ing. They helped turn attention prepared for the possibility expected and a pickup from April’s two-year yield, whose movements percent. The FTSE 100 rose 0.3
away from the worries about glob- “because the Fed is hiking for the hiring rate of 159,000. Wages for are dictated more by expectations percent.
al trade tensions and European right reasons.” workers also accelerated, with pay for Fed movement, rose to 2.48 In Asia, Japan’s Nikkei 225
politics that had dragged on The S&P 500 index rose 29.35 up 2.7 percent from a year ago. percent from 2.44 percent. slipped 0. 1 percent, the Hang
stocks in recent weeks. points, or 1. 1 percent, to That’s a bit faster than April’s 2.6 A quick beneficiary of higher Seng in Hong Kong rose 0.1 per-
“It’s refreshing that some 2, 734. 62. For the week, it percent wage growth. rates can be the banking industry, cent and the Kospi in South Korea
strong economic data today took climbed 0.5 percent after scram- President Donald Trump raised which would reap bigger profits climbed 0.7 percent.
some focus off the trade rhetoric,” bling back from a loss of more eyebrows when he sent out a tweet from making loans. Financial In commodities markets, bench-
said Jon Adams, senior invest- than 1 percent earlier. ahead of the jobs report’s release stocks in the S&P 500 rose 1.1 mark U.S. crude fell $1.23 to set-
ment strategist at BMO Global The Dow Jones industrial aver- that suggested it may be a good percent. tle at $65.81 per barrel. Brent
Asset Management. “It’s been a age jumped 219.37, or 0.9 per- one. Treasury yields and the dollar On the flip side were companies crude, the international standard,
banner day for U.S. data overall. cent, to 24, 635. 21, and the rose modestly following the that pay big dividends. Higher lost 77 cents to settle at $76.79.
You look at the payrolls report, Nasdaq composite rose 112.21, or tweet, although they had steeper rates make bonds more attractive Natural gas rose a penny to
and it’s hard to find too much neg- 1. 5 percent, to 7, 554. 33. The gains after the official release. to income investors and pull buy- $2.96 per 1,000 cubic feet, heat-
ative in there.” Russell 2000 of small-company Because the jobs report typically ers away from dividend-paying ing oil fell 3 cents to $2.18 per
The strong reports raise the stocks rose 14.37, or 0.9 percent, moves markets, government offi- stocks. Utility stocks in the S&P gallon and wholesale gasoline
likelihood that the Federal to 1,647.98. cials are not supposed to comment 500 fell 1.5 percent for the largest lost 2 cents to $2.14 per gallon.

Five dead, nearly 200 sickened Business briefs


in romaine lettuce outbreak more artificial intelligence and other new
NEW YORK — Four more deaths have powers into Siri to make it more competi-
been linked to a national food poisoning tive with Google’s digital assistant and
outbreak blamed on tainted lettuce, bring- Amazon’s Alexa. Apple just gave its
ing the total to five. HomePod smart speaker new features,
Health officials have tied the E. coli out- including calendar reminders — something
break to romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Google and Amazon devices have long
Arizona. The growing season there ended offered.
six weeks ago, and it’s unlikely any tainted Whatever Apple does, the software
lettuce is still in stores or people’s homes, updates likely won’t be available for a few
given its short shelf life. But there can be a months.
lag in reporting, and reports of illnesses
have continued to come in. Permanent future of e-scooter
In an update Friday on the nation’s largest
E. coli outbreak in a decade, health officials companies in Portland unclear
said 25 more cases have been added, raising PORTLAND, Ore. — Dockless electric
the total number of illnesses to 197 in 35 scooter companies will be allowed to start
states. At least 89 people were hospitalized. operating in Portland during a four-month
Previously one death had been reported, in trial later this summer, but their future in the
California. On Friday, health officials said city is still up in the air, transportation offi-
they had learned of four more — one in cials said.
Arkansas, one in New York, and two in Other large cities such as San Francisco,
Minnesota. Washington, D. C. , Seattle and Austin,
The first illnesses occurred in March, and Texas, have had issues with dockless e-
the most recent began on May 12, according scooter rental companies, The
to the Centers for Disease Control and Oregonian/OregonLive reported.
Prevention. Customers can rent a scooter through their
Many of the new cases were people who smartphone for a fee and drop it off any-
became ill two to three weeks ago, when where in the city.
contaminated lettuce was still being sold. Portland has decided to approach the busi-
Some said they did not eat romaine lettuce ness model cautiously instead of welcoming
but were in close contact with someone who the five companies that have expressed
got sick after eating it. interest in conducting business in the city,
said Dylan Rivera, a spokesman for the
Apple set to preview updates transportation department. They don’t want
for iPhones, Siri and more to see dozens of scooters dumped on city
sidewalks, he said.
SAN JOSE — Apple is expected to pre- Commissioner Dan Saltzman and other
view new capabilities for its Siri digital transportation commissioners sent a letter
assistant and showcase other upcoming Tuesday to five companies setting out rules
software features. for the four-month trial.
The peek at the new software will come The companies include Skip, Spin,
Monday at a gathering in San Jose for thou- LimeBike, Bird and Goat.
sands of app developers and other computer Companies will be required to “report on
programmers looking to create their own and mitigate” concerns such as pedestrian
features that could in turn make iPhones, safety, access for people with disabilities,
iPads, Macs and other Apple products even compliance with state laws and provided
more useful. anonymized data about users’ trip lengths
Analysts believe Apple will try to inject and origin and destination.
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Breaks go Warriors way in weird Game 1


By Tim Reynolds toward midcourt as if he charge call late in regulation, Smith’s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS thought the game was gaffes, contradictory explanations from
over. Cleveland and hot tempers in the final sec-
OAKLAND — The ending was weird. And all that was just onds.
The postgame was weird. J.R. Smith. Warriors coach Steve Kerr’s assessment?
At least Game 1 of what was supposed to The opener of this “Lucky.”
be a lopsided NBA Finals was anything but Cleveland-Golden State Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue’s assess-
boring. It had a little of everything: A play- series should have been ment? “Robbed.”
er stumbled and buckled Klay Thompson’s memorable for other rea- Warriors 124, Cavaliers 114, overtime.
knee to send the Warriors’ sharp-shooter J.R. Smith sons — LeBron James That’s what the box score says and will for-
limping to the locker room in the opening scoring a playoff career- ever say, and the defending champions are
CARY EDMONDSON/USA TODAY SPORTS
minutes; let Stephen Curry get loose for a high 51 points, the Warriors having three now one step closer to winning their third
Steph Curry, center, and LeBron James, right, players score at least 24 and Draymond title in four years. Golden State left Oracle
30-footer at the halftime buzzer; grabbed a
jaw with each other as Klay Thompson tries to Green nearly getting a triple-double. Arena relieved. Cleveland left angered.
rebound in the final seconds of regulation
pull his teammate away during Game 1 of Instead, this game’s legacy is an overturned
with the score tied and inexplicably ran
the NBA Finals, a Warriors’ 124-114 OT win. See WARRIORS, Page 14

Donovan: Best in NAIA


Former HMB and CSM softball standout named national player of the year
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

College of San Mateo softball head coach


Nicole Borg said Harlee Donovan’s ascent to
one of the nation’s best softball players
occurred at the end of last season when
Donovan’s Southern Oregon University
Raiders were beaten by Oklahoma City
University in the National Association of
Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) World
Series.
Borg said Donovan got a firsthand look at
2017 NAIA Player of the Year Kali Pugh —
who happened to be on the Palomar College
A poster promotes the Bare Knuckle
team that beat Donovan and the CSM
Fighting Championships in Wyoming. The
Bulldogs in the 2015 California Community
promotion claims it is the first officially
College Athletic Association final four.
sanctioned fights of its kind in U.S. history.
“For Harlee, it was very enlightening for
her to see someone at her level excel at a
school,” Borg said. “I think I can be that
person.’ I remember her saying that to me
Bare-knuckle
last year.
“She literally said, ‘I can do that. I can be
that person.’ And she did. She set her mind
to something and she accomplished it.”
boxing looking
While Donovan and her Southern Oregon
teammates were returning to the West Coast
following the Raiders’ heartbreaking loss in
the NAIA World Series, it was announced
DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS FILE/NAIA.ORG
Whether playing at College of San Mateo,
for a comeback
By Bob Moen
that Donovan was named the NAIA National above, or Southern Oregon University, right, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Player of the Year. Half Moon Bay’s Harlee Donovan has proven
“It’s amazing,” Borg said. I’m so excited she can hit — and hit with power — at any
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — In 1889, the great
for her. I’m just proud of everything she’s level as she was awarded the NAIA National
John L. Sullivan, the Boston Strong Boy,
accomplished. It’s really cool to watch.” Player of the Year award.
beat Jake Kilrain in 75 rounds — yes, 75 —
Ever since her senior year of high school
run mark of 38 and captured the California in what the International Boxing Hall of
at Half Moon Bay, Donovan has simply got-
Community College Fastpitch Coaches Fame has called the “last significant bare-
ten better and better. This year, her senior
Association Northern California Player of knuckle bout in boxing.”
season, Donovan batted .447 with 80 hits,
49 runs scored, 31 extra-base hits with 12 the Year award following her sophomore Since then, about the only gloves-off
home runs, 77 RBIs and an on-base-plus- season in 2016. fighting many people have witnessed has
slugging percentage of an eye-popping “She’s probably going to hold that home consisted of barroom brawls.
1.364. run record at CSM for a long time,” Borg But on Saturday night, 10 bouts of bare-
Over her two-year career with Southern said. knuckle boxing, including one involving
Oregon, which is located in Ashland, In her two years with the Bulldogs, female fighters, will take place at the
Oregon, Donovan averaged a .372 batting Donovan batted .487, with 140 RBIs, the Cheyenne Ice and Events Center.
average, with 11.5 home runs and 70 RBIs, aforementioned 38 homers and an OPS of The event, available on pay-per-view, is
and an OPS of 1.209. 1.114. This on the heels of being named the being promoted as the first legal, regulated
This on the heels of a stellar career at and sanctioned bare-knuckle fight event in
CSM, where she set the all-time career home See DONOVAN, Page 14 See BARE-KNUCKLE, Page 16

49ers’ Thomas raising depression awareness after sister’s suicide


By Josh Dubow “It’s big to let people know it’s OK to be the Darkness Overnight Walk, which bene- “It’s big to let
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sad, it’s OK not to be perfect because you fits the American Foundation for Suicide
never are,” Thomas said. “There are so many Prevention. Thomas has already raised more people to know
SANTA CLARA — Solomon Thomas things that happen in life, good, bad, stuff than $27,000 for the cause. it’s OK to be sad.
knows the pain of having a loved one take that you don’t know about, and it’s going to According to the Centers for Disease
her own life after his older sister killed her- affect how you feel. That’s huge. It’s about Control and Prevention, there are more than … It’s about
self this offseason. changing the culture of how you’re sup- 44,000 suicides a year in the United States changing the
Thomas and his family now want to use posed to feel or act.” and it is the second leading cause of death culture of how
the anguish from Ella Thomas’ death on Jan. Thomas, a second-year defensive lineman for people between the ages of 15 and 34.
23 for a good cause by raising awareness for the San Francisco 49ers, will return to “That’s insane,” Solomon Thomas said. Solomon
you’re supposed
about the dangers of depression and trying his family’s home in the Dallas area this Thomas to feel or act.”
to prevent other suicides. weekend to take part Saturday in The Out of
See 49ERS, Page 15
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Handful of track Oakland blasts Kansas City


athletes advance THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A’s 16, Royals 0 n’t pitch very well.”
The Royals have lost 20 of 29 home
to the state finals KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Matt Olson and
Dustin Fowler made lots of noise in
Oakland’s lineup, combining for four home
reling some stuff up.”
He also drew a bases-loaded walk from
games.

DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT Brian Flynn in the ninth to score Matt MILESTONE HIT
runs and nine RBIs, while Frankie Montas Chapman.
silenced Kansas City’s bats.
A handful of athletes from the San Mateo The A’s sent 10 men to the plate in the A’s catcher Jonathan Lucroy singled in the
Olson slugged two homers and drove in a
County schools will vie for a podium finish third against Kennedy (1-6) and the first six sixth for his 1,000 hit. He had three hits and
career-high five runs,
(top six) or even a medal (top three) after reached, including Fowler’s solo home run. scored three runs.
Montas pitched a career-
qualifying for the state track and field finals Fowler also added a three-run homer off “It’s been eight years,” Lucroy said. “It’s
best eight innings and
Saturday following the trials at Buchanan Jason Adam in Oakland’s seven-run ninth been a long time. I’m grateful I can be in
the Athletics pounded out
High School in Clovis Friday. for his first multihomer game. this game that long and be able to even have
a 16-0 victory over the
A pair of 800 runners — Menlo School’s Royals on Friday night. Khris Davis, who came off the disabled the opportunity to get a thousand hits, so
Charlotte Tomkinson and Carlmont’s Fowler also homered list Thursday, singled in two runs in the it’s, very blessed to be on that side of it. A
Tanner Anderson —  both moved on to twice and had four RBIs third, and Jed Lowrie walked with the bases lot of fun and even more better when you get
Saturday with third-place qualifying times. for Oakland, which leads loaded. a win out of it.”
Tomkinson won her heat with a time of the majors with 51 road Kennedy threw 46 of his 71 pitches in the
2:12.94, putting her about five seconds third, his last inning. He gave up eight runs
behind the leading qualifier, Cathilyn
Matt Olson home runs in 28 games.
and seven hits with two walks. Since August TRAINER’S ROOM
Montas (2-0) made his
McIntosh of Del Oro-Loomis, who posted a second start since being called up from the 20, 2016, Kennedy is 1-12 with a 5.77 ERA At h l e t i c s : LHP Brett Anderson (left
time of 2:07.64. minors last Sunday and limited the Royals in 26 starts at Kauffman Stadium. shoulder strain) will play catch Saturday,
Anderson also won his heat, finishing the to six hits and used groundball double plays “The big one was just the fastball I threw the first day he’ll throw since placed on the
two-lap race with a time of 1:54.35. Jason to end the fourth and fifth innings. He low- right down the middle to Olson,” Kennedy disabled list on May 19. RHP Liam Hendriks
Gomez of Westmont had the top qualifying ered his ERA to 0.64. said. “Before that, I was putting guys in hit- (right groin strain) will throw again
time, running a 1:52.73. “The sinker was really working for me ter’s counts. For the most part, it’s been a Saturday for the Sounds. He pitched a score-
Serra’s Tyler Mak qualified fourth in the and, really, I was just trying to execute pitch grind for the last four, five whatever starts it less inning Thursday at Round Rock.
300 hurdles, completing his race with a by pitch,” Montas said through an inter- is now.
“I felt like this was the best week of work Ro y al s : 1B Lucas Duda (right foot plan-
time of 37. 79. Upland’s Caleb Lutalo preter. “I know that both starts, I’ve done
I’ve had. I felt good going into it, like I was tar fasciitis) and 3B Cheslor Cuthbert (lower
Roberson was the leading qualifier, finish- well, but I can’t get my guard down. I have
really positive. I was working on things out back strain) remain on the disabled list.
ing with a time of 37.23. to keep working and keep doing what I’m
of my delivery. I had zero to show for it and Royals manager Ned Yost said they are not
The Serra 4x400 relay team also will run doing.”
that’s what the really frustrating thing is.” close to going on a rehab assignment.
in Saturday’s final after winning its heat Olson hit a 428-foot solo shot in the third
with a time of 3:15.91 to qualify third. It and a 456-foot three-run blast in a seven-run Whit Merrifield had three of the Kansas
was nearly three seconds faster than the third - both off Ian Kennedy - for his third City’s eight hits. Jon Jay went 0 for 4, end- UP NEXT
Padres’ Central Coast Section-winning career multihomer game and first this sea- ing his 12-game hitting streak.
“Ian was really good in the first inning Athl eti cs : RHP Trevor Cahill, who had
time. Clayton Valley had the fastest time, son.
and not bad in the second,” Royals manager an 8.22 ERA in 10 appearances last season
clocking a 3:13.48. “They still count the same, but yeah, I just
Ned Yost said. “He gave up a home run on a with Kansas City, will start against his for-
Terra Nova thrower Carly Watts, who got a pretty good hold of all of those,”
high fastball and really started struggling. mer club.
failed to qualify in the discus, made it to Olson said. “But honestly, just happy to be
Saturday in the shot put. Watts qualified putting consistent at-bats together and bar- It was almost a 50-pitch third inning. It’s Ro y al s : RHP Jason Hammel is 2-0 with
fourth with a throw of 43-6. Jocelynn just one of those nights where we really did- a 0.73 ERA in his past two starts.
Budwig, who was also the top qualifier in
the discus, leads the pack in the shot put
with a distance of 46-10.5.
Menlo School’s Robert Miranda will par-
ticipate in the 3,200 final Saturday. Because
of the grueling nature of the eight-lap race,
Stratton, Giants shut down Phillies
By Michael Wagaman been shut out since they were blanked by the
only a final race is run.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 4, Phillies 0 Mets on April 3.
the inning. Philadelphia starter Nick Pivetta (4-4)
Baseball brief SAN FRANCISCO — Chris Stratton and It’s San Francisco’s allowed three runs in four innings. Pivetta
three relievers combined on a six-hitter, and fifth shutout this season. beat the Giants on May 9 when he pitched
Hits top strikeouts in MLB the San Francisco Giants beat the The Giants had lost six five scoreless innings.
in May, reversing trend in April Philadelphia Phillies 4-0 on Friday night. straight to the Phillies,
Joe Panik singled twice and reached base including a four-game TRAINER’S ROOM
NEW YORK — Hits exceeded strikeouts four times in his return to San Francisco’s sweep in Philadelphia
across Major League Baseball in May after a Gi ants : First baseman Brandon Belt left
lineup after missing a month with a left earlier this season.
historic number of whiffs in April. in the third inning. The Giants TV network
thumb injury. Brandon Crawford had two Panik didn’t play in
This marks a return to form. According to the reported he was pulled with a stomach ill-
hits while Evan Longoria and Gorkys Chris Stratton that series. The Gold
Elias Sports Bureau, there were 7,033 hits and ness. ... Infielder Kelby Tomlinson was
Hernandez drove in runs. Glove Award-winning
6,971 strikeouts in May. optioned to Class A San Jose. RHP Tyler
Stratton (7-3) allowed four hits, struck out second baseman spent more than a month
Strikeouts had topped hits in a full month for Beede was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento.
seven and walked one over six innings in on the disabled list after having surgery on
the first time in April, when then there were RHP Jose Valdez was designated for assign-
his best start in more than a month. The his left thumb in late April.
6,656 strikeouts and 6,360 hits. The previous ment.
right-hander had a 6.31 ERA in five May Activated before Friday’s game, Panik
low differential was in April 2017, when there starts but was mostly dominant against the walked and scored in the first inning, then
were 138 more hits than strikeouts. Phillies while allowing only two runners to singled in Mac Williamson in the second. UP NEXT
Strikeouts per game dropped to 16.75 in reach second base. Panik also walked in the fourth and reached Right-hander Vince Velasquez (4-5, 4.08
May from 17.5 in April, a record for a full cal- Tony Watson retired three batters in the on an infield single in the sixth. ERA) pitches for Philadelphia on Saturday
endar month. Strikeouts have set a record for seventh, and Sam Dyson struck out the side Andrew McCutchen tripled and scored on a night. Velasquez had a season-high 12
10 consecutive seasons, and this year’s rate on 12 pitches in the eighth. Hunter wild pitch in the seventh for the Giants. strikeouts against San Francisco on May
projects to 41,633. That would shatter last Strickland pitched the ninth for his 12th Scott Kingery had two hits for 10. LHP Andrew Suarez (1-4, 5.65) goes for
year’s mark of 40,104; the total was 32,884 in save, setting down three straight after giv- Philadelphia and Dylan Cozens singled in the Giants in his first career start against the
2008. ing up an infield single and double to open his major league debut. The Phillies hadn’t Phillies.
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Holtby’s playoff dominance goes beyond ’the save’


By Stephen Whyno goalies with at least 50 games of experience.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In other words, Holtby is no one-save
pony. In these playoffs, he’s 13-7 with a
2.19 GAA and .921 save percentage since
ARLINGTON, Va. — Alex Ovechkin cov-
replacing Philipp Grubauer in Game 2 of the
ered his eyes with his gloved hands in disbe-
first round.
lief. Barry Trotz hid his disbelief inside.
“Thank God he’s our goalie,” Ovechkin
Chandler Stephenson had the perfect view said. “He’s over there when we need him.”
and didn’t like the odds. The net was wide Holtby wasn’t where he needed to be in
open and Braden Holtby reached his stick February, when he had a stretch of 11 games
across and stopped Alex Tuch’s shot in the in which he allowed 41 goals and took some
final minutes to save the game. time off to “reset.” He worked with goaltend-
“I thought, ‘Oh, no, no, no,”’ Stephenson ing coach Scott Murray on some technical
said. “And then his paddle was there and he adjustments, got his mind right and has felt a
made the save and I just couldn’t believe it.” noticeable change since.
Holtby’s unbelievable move might go “It was more a mental thing,” Holtby said.
down as one of the most important moments “Every year’s different, every situation, and I
in Stanley Cup history. It allowed the STEPHEN R. SYLVANIE/USA TODAY SPORTS was just getting to a point where I was seeing
Washington Capitals to even the final Washington goaltender Braden Holtby makes an unbelievable save in the final minutes of the play one step ahead of it instead of wait-
against the Vegas Golden Knights and served the Capitals’ 3-2 win over the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals. ing for it to come, and just being a little bit
as further evidence of Holtby’s dominant more patient and expecting the unexpected.”
playoff run. Matt Niskanen said. “Boy, has he been good. of a stop in Game 3 Saturday night and It doesn’t get more unexpected than the
Most of the buzz going into the Cup Final Making the saves that he’s supposed to make beyond. weird bounce late in Game 2 that preceded his
surrounded Vegas goaltender Marc-Andre look really routine and he’s made some game “You hope that next time you get more of save on Tuch. Maybe that puck goes in 99
Fleury, a deserved Conn Smythe favorite who changers — none better than the one with a your body behind it and give it less chance of times out of 100, but Holtby has shown the
already has two championship rings. But couple minutes left in Game 2.” going in,” Holtby said Friday. “You try and ability to make the unpredictable save that
Holtby stole the show in making 37 saves in Holtby is not impressed. find little areas where you can limit the stuns friends and foes alike.
Game 2 and returned to his career-long play- Trotz has watched “the save” a handful of chance of the puck going in instead of just “Saves like the one in the third period def-
off dominance after allowing five goals on times, and Holtby has analyzed it but hoping it doesn’t.” initely make him a tough goaltender to
33 shots in a Game 1 that was far from believes “there’s a lot more saves that I’ve The 28-year-old doesn’t make saves on beat,” former Capitals and current Golden
goalie-friendly. It’s the kind of play his made even these two games that I like a lot hope. Since he made his NHL playoff debut as Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt said.
Capitals teammates have come to expect this more than that one.” The laser-focused 2016 a rookie in 2012, Holtby has a 2.04 goals- “He’s never out of a save. He’s a guy that can
time of year. Vezina Trophy winner is far more worried against average and .929 save percentage — recover well, he’s got quick feet and he’s just
“The guy’s just a machine,” defenseman about how to not need to make that desperate fourth- and second-best all-time among very athletic.”

Smith stages another 67 at US Women’s Open


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS said. “I’m happy with the par on the front. She had a 29-hole bogey-free “She’s playing so good,” Duane Smith said.
way I’m playing. I feel streak end with a three-putt on No. 8 — she “Maybe years ago when she won the last
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Sarah Jane Smith comfortable on the greens started on the 10th tee — a rare mistake for her event on the Futures Tour to get a card at the
outpaced the thunderstorms and the rest of the which has been some- at the midway point. end of 2008. She had to win to get her card and
field at the U.S. Women’s Open. thing that has been a little she did and she opened up that nine holes, I
bit off lately. So it’s nice Duane Smith, his wife’s caddie since quali-
The Australian extended her lead to four fying school, could only compare her current think, 7-under on the front nine and then led
strokes after a second straight 5-under 67 to be able to feel like I’m
play with a clutch Futures Tour performance to the whole way. She played great that whole
Friday at Shoal Creek. Smith got her round in seeing the greens really
well and seeing some earn her Tour card a decade ago. week but this is something totally different.”
before a 2-hour, 49-minute delay caused by
thunderstorms, weather that ultimately forced Sarah Jane putts go in. Hopefully
play to be halted with a little daylight left. Smith that keeps going.”
Now, she enters the weekend leading a Smith has staged a
major championship, unfamiliar territory, but strong comeback after having missed the cut
also with 36 holes down. Other contenders in five straight LPGA Tour events this year,
like Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn still must even switching back to an old set of clubs
finish Round 2, which will be completed on She opened the day in a three-way tie atop
Saturday with the low 60 scorers plus ties the leaderboard with Jutanugarn and Korean
making the cut. Half the field didn’t finish the Jeongeun6 Lee.
round. Jutanugarn had an opening birdie to move
Smith is at 10-under 134 heading into the to 6 under through eight holes. Lee fell back
weekend after failing to make the cut in five of to 2 under with a second-day 75. Korean-born
her previous six U.S. Women’s Open tries. Su-Hyun Oh shot 68 and is also 6 under.
“I haven’t been in the position before, I but Smith has played 5-under on the back nine
I hope to show up like it’s another day,” Smith holes each of the first two days and settled for
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AP source: No suspension for Cavs’ Love for leaving bench


By Josh Dubow decision said the league league would rule. when Hill got fouled with 4.6 seconds left
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ruled Love left the bench “I thought it was unnecessary when he and the Cavs trailing by one. He made the
to argue a flagrant foul shoved the ball in Draymond’s face,” guard first free throw to tie it, missed the second.
against teammate Tristan Klay Thompson said. “That was very Smith grabbed the offensive rebound, but
OAKLAND — J.R. Smith’s blunder, a dis- Thompson and not to uncalled for, especially if two guys are just instead of putting it back up or passing to an
puted replay overturn and a key missed free join the altercation. He talking. That’s not the way to play. But hon- open James up top, he dribbled toward half
throw dealt the Cleveland Cavaliers an emo- then retreated to the estly, I don’t care if he plays or not.” court and threw a pass, running out the
tionally crushing loss in an opener of the bench area immediately, Everyone is still trying to figure out what clock.
NBA Finals that was ripe to be taken away so he did not deserve pun- went on in the final minute of regulation in Coach Tyronn Lue said after the game that
from the defending champion Golden State ishment. The person Game 1. It started after LeBron James con- Smith though the Cavs were ahead, although
Warriors. Kevin Love
spoke on condition of verted a three-point play to give Cleveland a Smith said he knew the game was tied and
The Cavs spent the off day Friday trying anonymity because the league has not 104-102 lead with 50 seconds left. was waiting for a timeout to be called. Lue
to recover from one of the oddest and possi- announced a ruling. James appeared to draw a charge on said he talked to Smith about what hap-
bly debilitating defeats in the finals, and There has been no ruling yet on possible Durant. But officials went to the replay to pened, but wouldn’t give an explanation.
awaiting word from the NBA on the status of discipline for Thompson, who was ejected see if James was in the restricted area, which Lue expects a big bounce-back perform-
two key big men for Game 2 on Sunday for a flagrant 2 foul against Shaun would make it a block. While James was ance in Game 2.
night. Livingston and then shoved a ball into clearly outside the restricted area, officials “J.R. can shake off anything, and when
Kevin Love will not be suspended for leav- Draymond Green’s face before leaving the also had the chance to review whether James everybody tends to count J.R. out, that’s
ing the bench and being on the court during court. was in legal guarding position and changed when he comes through,” Lue said. “So he’s
an altercation in the closing seconds of Cavs guard George Hill said it would be the call to a block because they determined definitely going to start again. He’s a big
Cleveland’s 124-114 overtime loss “petty” if it warranted a suspension. The he turned his body and moved into Durant. part of what we do. That last play is over, it’s
Thursday night. A person familiar with the Warriors weren’t concerned about how the Then the game really went off the rails behind us, and now we’ve got to move on.”

Start in the beginning, when Smith Cleveland led by two in the final minute, “I knew it was tied,” Smith insisted.
WARRIORS
Continued from page 11
slipped and stumbled into Thompson’s
knee. It had all the makings of some sort of
knee structural disaster — the hit came from
poised to steal Game 1, when James stepped
up and tried to take a charge against Kevin
Durant. Referee Ken Mauer called an offen-
The extra session was all Golden State.
The home team left happy. The fans that
packed Oracle Arena went home happy.
the side, Thompson twisted awkwardly, went sive foul, but it was overturned after replay James went back to his hotel to deal with
down in a heap and was obviously in imme- review. blurred vision (courtesy of what appeared to
Those emotions will likely remain in diate, intense pain. Thompson limped away “We had doubt as to whether or not James be an unintentional first-half eye poke by
place all the way until Game 2 tips off on to the Warriors’ locker room for evaluation. was in the restricted area,” Mauer said. Green), and the Cavaliers were further
Sunday night.
He was back in a few minutes. Big break James was well outside the area, and the angered by Shaun Livingston following
James wants the Cavs to put it behind No. 1. Cavs didn’t buy the explanation. Golden State policy by taking a shot in the
them.
“I’m happy it’s just a muscle that got “I read that play just as well as I’ve read final seconds of a decided game instead of
“We’ve got to move on,” James said.
strained,” Thompson said. any play in my career, maybe in my life,” just getting charged with a shot-clock
“This game is over and done with.”
Then came the final seconds of the first James said. turnover.
Easier said than done, particularly with
two full off days to now deal with, two full half, when Smith went for a steal and wound Durant tied the game with a couple of free “Tonight we played as well as we’ve
off days to replay everything over and over up leaving Curry wide open. Curry turned, throws awarded on the call reversal. Big played all postseason, and we gave our-
and over and over and over again. coolly buried a 35-footer as Smith slumped break No. 3. selves a chance possession after possession
Let’s be clear: The Warriors aren’t here over with his hands on his knees and the And with about 4 seconds left in the after possession,” James said. “There were
because of luck. They have a coach who has teams went into intermission tied. Big break fourth, George Hill went to the line with just some plays that were kind of taken away
won 80 percent of his career games. They No. 2. Cleveland down by one for two shots. Made from us. Simple as that.”
have four All-Stars in the same lineup. They “The Finals, man, anything is liable to the first. Missed the second. Smith got the Many onlookers thought this series would
have two NBA MVPs. happen,” Curry said. rebound, and ran away from the basket. be a rout, a Golden State coronation.
But they got every break in Game 1. Every From his perspective, good things. Overtime. Big break No. 4. If the Warriors keep getting every break,
break. From Cleveland’s perspective, bad things. “He thought we were up one,” Lue said. they’ll certainly be right.
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aren’t things people want to talk could, whether they deserved her
PAL ALL-LEAGUE BADMINTON
49ERS
Continued from page 11
about, ” Thomas said. “Mental
health, depression, it’s a disease
just like anything else. And when
love or whether they didn’t
deserve her trust or whether she
just met them, she always loved
PAL tournment championships
Boys’ singles Girls’ doubles
you talk about other diseases, peo- them. That’ll always stick with Alohi Sheung (Fr., Mills); Joey Zhang (Jr., Bgame); Raeka Lin-Jakin Lin (Jr.-Sr., SSF); Paola Candolada-
Alistair Lee (So., EC); Ryan Wong (Sr., Mills) KAtie Tan (Sr.-Sr., West); Joey Kwan-Breanna Tan
ple talk about them like, ‘We’ll me, Ella’s heart.” (Jr.-So.,West); Joanne Nie-Suzanne Nie (Jr.-Jr., Cmont)
“That’s a huge deal. That’s a lot of get you through this,’ whatever. Thomas keeps Ella’s memory Girls’ singles
people who couldn’t get help — a But, then, when you talk about close him with a purple wristband
Tinnie Situ (Sr., Cap); Joyce Mok (Jr., West); Narisa Mixed doubles
Trabosh (Sr., M-A); Prerna Sharma (Sr., Seq) Trevor Tan-Vivian Yao (So.-Jr., SM); Devansh Tandon-
lot of people who need help and a depression or mental health or sui- that reads Ella Elizabeth Thomas Niko Bardin (Sr.-Jr., Cmont); Justin Banquiles-Jody
lot of people being affected. It’s cide, people kind of scare away with a heart symbol and the date of Boys’ doubles Chui (Jr.-So., Bgame); David Singh-Jessica Lin (So.-
more than that who are going Josh Yuan-Albert Liu (Fr.-Jr., Aragon);Tom Tran-Jerry Jr., Mills)
because it’s such a serious topic. her death. He also never forgets a Tran (Sr.-So., West); Brenden Cheung-Jason Lin (Jr.-
through depression and going You don’t know how to handle it. lesson his sister taught him after Sr., Hills); Kevin Shi-Alan Wu (Sr.-Sr., Crystal) Ocean Division
through all the sadness. That You don’t want to say the wrong she went through a difficult time in
Boys’ singles
Girls’ doubles Alistair Lee (So., EC); Jack Zhong (Sr., Seq); Bryden
needs to be talked about. There thing to push someone over the high school when her best friend’s Raeka Lin-Jakin Lin (Jr._Sr., SSF); Paola Candolada- Fong (Sr., Cap); Dip Rai (Sr., Jeff)
needs to be help for everyone out edge. But it’s such an important brother died. Katie Tan (Sr.-Sr.,West); Jodie Shi-Sydney Woo (Jr.-So.,
Cap); Joey Kwan-Breanna Tan (Jr.-So., West) Girls’ singles
there. I want people to know they topic, such a serious topic, that Tinnie Situ (Sr., Cap); Prerna Sharma (Sr., Seq); Nar-
can reach out and be loved.” “She came up to me and she was
people need to start talking about like, ‘Solly, we never know when
Mixed doubles isa Trabosh (Sr., M-A); Katie Donahoe (So., M-A)
The 22-year-old Thomas got the Trevor Tan-Vivian Yao (So.-Jr., SM); Devansh Tandon-
it.” our last day is, I want us to make Niko Bardin (Sr.-Jr., Cmont); Justin Banquiles-Jody Boys’ doubles
news about Ella in a phone call Like many siblings just two Chui (Jr.-So, Bgame); mo Sadegh-Nadia Sadegh (Sr.- Kevin Shi-Alan Wu (Sr.-Sr., Crystal); Victor Shi-Joey
from his father while working out sure we take advantage of every Fr., Cap) Situ (So.-So., Cap); Essa Ababseh-Matthew Macarag
years apart in age, Ella and day and be best friends and love Bay Division (Sr.-Sr., TN); Nikko Pignol-Chin Chin (Sr.-Sr., Jeff)
back in Texas. He got plenty of Solomon clashed at times as Boys’ singles
support from the Niners right each other as hard as we can for the Alohi Sheung (Fr., Mills); Joey Zhang (Jr., Bgame); Girls’ doubles
youngsters but started to grow rest of our lives,”’ he recalled. Ryan Wong (Sr., Mills); Toby Yu (Sr., West) Jodie Shi-Sydney Woo (Sr.-Sr., Cap); Camryn Agtual-
away with owner Jed York, general extremely close when Solomon Cat Willwerth (Jr.-Sr., Cap); Beatrice Gabriel-Ashley
manager John Lynch, kicker “That always stuck home with me,
was in middle school and Ella and that’s a lesson I’ll pass along
Girls’ singles Figueroa (Sr.-Jr., TN); Xandria Estillore-Kris Vicensio
Robbie Gould and former team- Isabelle Rusli (Sr., Mills); Joyce Mok (Jr.,West);Tiffany (Jr.-Jr., Jeff)
started high school. to other people.” Chang (Jr., West); Shannon Zhong (Jr., Bgame)
mate Elvis Dumervil among the That friendship endured for the Mixed doubles
people who came to Texas for the rest of Ella’s life. Thomas, who Boys’ doubles Mo Sadegh-Nadia Sadegh (Sr.-Fr., Cap); Noah Pe-
funeral. played football at Stanford, was
49ers’ Victor Bolden Tom Tran-Jerry Tran (Sr.-So.,West); Josh Yuan-Albert
Liu (Fr.-Jr., Aragon); Brenden Cheung-Jason Lin (Jr.-
draza-Taylor Yee (Sr.-Sr., EC); Kevin
Menjivar-Charlotte Castaneda (Sr.-Jr., Jeff ); Cole
Others in the organization have drafted by the 49ers with the third suspended for PEDs Sr., Hills); Austin Tsang-Tim Oeij (Sr.-So., Mills) Jernigan-Amanda Wong (Jr.-So., Wood)
been there with timely texts, cards overall pick in the 2017 NFL SANTA CLARA — San Francisco
and other good wishes that have Draft. She came out to watch about 49ers receiver Victor Bolden has AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
helped Thomas get through this six of Solomon’s games as a rook-
difficult time. been suspended for the first four East Division East Division
ie last year. games of the regular season for W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
Ella Thomas had been dealing “We finished each other’s sen- New York 36 17 .679 — Atlanta 34 23 .596 —
with depression for years and her violating the NFL’s policy on per-
tences, all that kind of stuff. She formance-enhancing substances. Boston 39 19 .672 — Washington 32 24 .571 1 1/2
family had tried to get her help. was my best friend,” he said. “We Tampa Bay 28 27 .509 9 Philadelphia 31 24 .564 2
While Ella was open with her were always open with each other, The league announced the ban on Toronto 25 32 .439 13 New York 27 28 .491 6
struggles, Thomas knows many never had anything bad, very Friday. Bolden will be eligible to Baltimore 17 40 .298 21 Miami 20 37 .351 14
others keep those thoughts hid- transparent. If you couldn’t go to participate in the offseason and Central Division Central Division
den, sometimes out of fear of a Mom or Dad, we were always there preseason games and can return to Cleveland 30 26 .536 — Milwaukee 36 22 .621 —
stigma some put on mental ill- (for each other). She always lit up the active roster on Oct. 1, follow- Detroit 27 30 .474 3 1/2 Chicago 31 23 .574 3
ness. the room. You always knew Ella ing San Francisco’s fourth game. Minnesota 23 30 .434 5 1/2 St. Louis 30 25 .545 4 1/2
Kansas City 20 37 .351 10 1/2 Pittsburgh 30 27 .526 5 1/2
That’s why he thinks it was so was there, whether she was just Bolden said in a statement that Chicago 17 37 .315 12 Cincinnati 20 37 .351 15 1/2
important that NBA stars like being loud or whether she was just he unknowingly used a substance
Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan in there trying to talk to people. on the NFL banned list. He said he West Division West Division
have been open about their strug- She was so good with people. She takes full responsibility for not Houston 37 22 .627 — Colorado 30 27 .526 —
Seattle 34 22 .607 1 1/2
gles with panic attacks and depres- worked in the restaurant industry verifying the ingredients of the Los Angeles 31 27 .534 5 1/2
Arizona 29 27 .518 1/2
sion. and obviously she had to be good supplement and will be better edu- A’s 30 28 .517 6 1/2
Los Angeles 27 30 .474 3
Giants 27 30 .474 3
It’s also why he is taking part in with people and she always was. cated in the future. Texas 24 36 .400 13 1/2
San Diego 25 34 .424 6
the walk to let others know they She could make a crying baby Bolden spent last season on spe-
Friday’s Games
aren’t alone in dealing with these smile. You always knew Ella was cial teams where he returned 19 N.Y.Yankees 4, Baltimore 1
Friday’s Games
issues. there. She just had this heart, and kicks for 396 yards and four punts Chicago Cubs 7, N.Y.Mets 4
Detroit 5,Toronto 2
Atlanta 4,Washington 0
“Mental health and suicide she loved everyone as hard as she for 23 yards. Chicago White Sox 8, Milwaukee 3 Chicago White Sox 8, Milwaukee 3
Houston 7, Boston 3 Pittsburgh 4, St.Louis 0
couple times),” Borg said. “We all Once Donovan decided to play, Minnesota 7, Cleveland 4

DONOVAN know how it feels. But you can’t


downplay your accomplishments.
she threw everything she had into
the sport. When Borg was asked if
Oakland 16, Kansas City 0
L.A.Angels 6,Texas 0
Tampa Bay at Seattle, late
L.A.Dodgers 11, Colorado 8
Arizona 9, Miami 1
Cincinnati 7, San Diego 2
San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 0
What [she] was able to accomplish Donovan’s talent could have Saturday’s Games Saturday’s Games
Continued from page 11 this year was remarkable.” translated to the NCAA Division I Milwaukee(Chacin3-1)atWhiteSox(Shields1-5),11:10a.m. Milwaukee(Chacin3-1)atWhiteSox(Shields1-5),11:10a.m.
A’s (Cahill 1-2) at Kansas City (Hammel 2-5), 11:15 a.m.
And to think there was a time level, Borg said there was more to Yankees(Tanaka6-2)atBaltimore(Gausman3-4),1:05p.m.
Pittsburgh (Kuhl 4-3) at St.Louis (Weaver 3-5),11:15 a.m.
Peninsula Athletic League’s Bay Donovan’s decision than meets Washington(Gonzalez6-2)atAtlanta(McCarthy5-2),1:10p.m.
Division Player of the Year her when Donovan seriously consid- Cleveland (Bauer 4-3) at Minnesota (Lynn 3-4),1:10 p.m. Cubs (Montgomery 1-1) at Mets (deGrom 4-0),4:15 p.m.
ered giving up the sport after grad- the eye. Toronto (Happ 7-3) at Detroit (Boyd 3-4), 1:10 p.m. Dodgers(Buehler3-1)atColorado(Marquez4-5),4:15p.m.
senior year with Half Moon Bay. Boston (Price 5-4) at Houston (Verlander 7-2),4:15 p.m. Cincinnati (Harvey 1-3) at San Diego (Lauer 1-3),5:40 p.m.
The only thing missing in an uating Half Moon Bay. The “She could have played at what- Texas (Hamels 3-5) at Angels (Richards 4-4), 6:07 p.m. Philadelphia(Velasquez4-5)atGiants(Suarez1-4),7:05p.m.
otherwise standout college career Donovan family has lived on the ever level she wanted,” Borg said. Tampa Bay (Archer 3-3) at Seattle (Gonzales 5-3),7:10 p.m. Miami (Smith 4-5) at Arizona (Greinke 3-4), 7:10 p.m.
was a state or national title. She coast for generations and she is “It was a better fit for her to go Sunday’s Games Sunday’s Games
very tight with her family. It took where she was going. She knew N.Y.Yankees at Baltimore, 10:05 a.m. Chicago Cubs at N.Y.Mets, 10:10 a.m.
and CSM got to the state final four Toronto at Detroit, 10:10 a.m. Washington at Atlanta, 10:35 a.m.
in both her years, but the Bulldogs some convincing from Borg for what her strengths and weaknesses Cleveland at Minnesota, 11:10 a.m. Milwaukee at Chicago White Sox, 11:10 a.m.
failed to close the deal. At Donovan to play at CSM. were. She wanted to go into a pro- Milwaukee at Chicago White Sox, 11:10 a.m. Pittsburgh at St.Louis, 11:15 a.m.
Southern Oregon, she went to “She was wavering (about play- gram where she could really excel. Oakland at Kansas City, 11:15 a.m. L.A.Dodgers at Colorado, 12:10 p.m.
back-to-back NAIA World Series ing in college). She’s a farm girl She made a great choice (in choos- Texas at L.A.Angels, 1:07 p.m. Philadelphia at San Francisco, 1:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Seattle,1:10 p.m. Miami at Arizona, 1:10 p.m.
— falling in the loser’s bracket in every sense of the word,” Borg ing Southern Oregon). Cincinnati at San Diego, 3:10 p.m.
Boston at Houston, 4:35 p.m.
final her junior year and, this sea- said. “I told her, you basically “She’s a special kid, a special
son, the loser’s bracket semifi-
nals.
have the rest of your life to do
those things. You’re really, really
person. I feel very fortunate to
have had the opportunity to coach
STANLEY CUP FINALS NBA FINALS
“She came up one game short (a good at [softball].” her.” Vegas 1, Washington 1 Warriors 1, Cleveland 0
Monday, May 28: Vegas 6, Washington 4 Thursday, May 31: Warriors 124, Cleveland 114, OT
Wednesday, May 30: Washington 3, Vegas 2 Sunday, June 3: Cleveland at Warriors, 5 p.m.
Saturday, June 2: Vegas at Washington, 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 6: Warriors at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
Monday, June 4: Vegas at Washington, 5 p.m. Friday, June 8: Warriors at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
Thursday, June 7: Washington at Vegas, 5 p.m. x-Monday, June 11: Cleveland at Warriors, 6 p.m.
x-Sunday, June 10: Vegas at Washington, 5 p.m. x-Thursday, June 14: Warriors at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
x-Wednesday, June 13:Washington at Vegas, 5 p.m. x-Sunday, June 17: Cleveland at Warriors, 5 p.m.
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Some authorities on boxing have argued that padded


BARE-KNUCKLE gloves made the sport more dangerous by allowing fighters
to hit their opponents in the head more often with less risk
of hurting their hands.
Continued from page 11
Collins said he personally isn’t interested in bare-knuck-
le fighting “but I wouldn’t knock it. If that’s what people
U.S. history. Back in Sullivan’s day, there were no sanc- want to do, let them do it.” He said it would be hypocritical
tioning bodies and few if any regulations. of fans of boxing and other martial arts to object to the dan-
“I think it’s what the public wants to see. The public is ger and brutality.
begging for something new,” promoter David Feldman said, Feldman’s Bare Knuckle Fighting Championships organ-
noting that it has been 25 years since the advent of UFC ization has been trying to get bare-knuckle boxing sanc-
mixed martial arts. “We’re hopefully leading the way to a tioned in a number of states. The Wyoming State Board of
new era in combat sports.” Mixed Martial Arts, created in 2012, was the first to do so.
The boxers will be allowed wraps around their thumbs and Board chairman Bryan Pedersen said the board received no
wrists but will not wear any protection over their knuckles opposition and saw the event as an opportunity to provide
the way fighters normally do in traditional boxing, MMA better safety than is afforded at unregulated bare-knuckle
or other combat sports where padded gloves of various fights. Ringside doctors, for instance, are required at state-
thickness are used. Bobby Gunn, who is scheduled to fight on Saturday night’s sanctioned bouts.
Each bout is scheduled for five, 2-minute rounds, fought card, is a legend in the bare-knuckle boxing, claiming to have The board reviewed research that indicated bare-knuckle
in a ring with rounded ropes instead of the traditional never lost a bare-knuckle match. boxing would be safer than other combat sports, especially
square. when it comes to concussions, Pedersen said.
Bare-knuckle regulations are otherwise similar to those the clinches.” “If you look at what we already regulate in the state of
of glove boxing, in that opponents can only throw punch- ESPN boxing columnist Nigel Collins said gloves — Wyoming — we regulate kickboxing and MMA, right?” he
es and there’s a standing eight count and a three-knockdown originally known as mufflers — were introduced around the said. “In those two, you could take an elbow to the head, a
rule. 18th century to help protect fighters’ hands and the faces knee to the head or a shin kick to the head. And go out in
“But when you’re in a clinch, you can hit with the open and hands of aristocrats who took up the sport. By the turn your yard and punch a basketball and kick a basketball and
hand. You can pull the back of their neck into punches,” of the 20th century all boxing matches had gloves because see what goes farther.”
Feldman said. “So it gives a little bit more excitement in new rules required them, Collins said. Collins said whether bare-knuckle boxing is safer than
regular boxing isn’t known. He only knows that the bare-
knuckle fights being held in Wyoming won’t be nearly as
brutal as the bouts in the old days, when fighters slugged it
out until one couldn’t continue.
Fighter Bobby Gunn, who is on the card Saturday night,
said Wyoming is bringing a sport that exists underground
into the light of day.
“I don’t got to worry about being arrested,” Gunn said
with a laugh.
Pedersen sees advantages for the state of Wyoming as
well: “I see the whole thing as a giant economic possibili-
ty for diversity in our state and to really help promote the
Cowboy State and our strong sense of Western independ-
ence.”
Ricco Rodriguez, a former UFC champion who is making
his first try at bare-knuckle boxing on Saturday, said it
seems safer to him than gloved fighting because the ath-
letes know they have to be more careful not to injure their
hands.
“You hit an elbow or you hit the back of the head or some-
thing, you’re liable to definitely break your hand, ”
Rodriguez said.
Rodriguez’s training for Saturday included conditioning
his hands by punching wood dummies and doing pushups on
his knuckles.
He said he likes the idea of being involved in building a
new combat sport. Also, he said, “I think it’s the purest
form of fighting.”
Feldman said that when people first hear about bare-
knuckle returning as a sport, it always draws a reaction.
“Because of that reaction, we’re going to shock the world
Saturday night,” he said.

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Missouri governor quits in scandal, signs ‘revenge porn’ law
By David A. Lieb why he was quitting — someone threatens the nonconsensual dis- charge against Greitens under a different law.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and quietly left Capitol semination of a private sexual image by In a news release announcing the bill sign-
about an hour before his coercing another person to refrain from an ings, he touted other measures such as a cor-
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Just hours resignation took effect. action. porate income tax cut and changes to the
before he left office Friday, Missouri Gov. A short time later, fel- The governor has been accused of taking a state foster care system. Later, he announced
Eric Greitens signed scores of new laws, low Republican Lt. Gov. nonconsensual photo of a partially nude he had pardoned five people and commuted
including a measure that makes it a crime to Mike Parson was sworn woman with whom he had an affair in 2015 the sentences of four others, including sever-
try to threaten a person using a private sexu- in as Greitens’ successor and warning her he would distribute it if she al whom he said had been wrongfully con-
al image — the same allegation that led to and immediately pledged ever spoke of their encounter. victed of murder.
his downfall. Eric Greitens “to bring honor, integri- He has acknowledged having the affair but Greitens has similarly insisted that he has
In the flurry of last-minute activity, the ty (and) transparency to denied criminal wrongdoing and refused to done nothing worthy of being forced out of
scandal-plagued governor approved 77 new the governor’s office.” directly answer questions about whether he office.
laws, granted several pardons and commuta- “We have an opportunity beginning today took the photo. “The ability to make wrong things right,
tions and won at least a temporary reprieve to have a fresh start in state government,” Greitens cannot be charged under the new for Missourians who have not gotten fair
in a court battle over campaign records. He Parson said. law because it was not in effect at the time. treatment from our criminal justice system,
posted a long Facebook message touting his The “revenge porn” law signed by Greitens But a special prosecutor is still weighing is one of the most solemn and precious abil-
accomplishments — without any mention of creates a felony that will apply to cases when whether to refile an invasion-of-privacy ities of a Governor,” Greitens said.

Pentagon to take over security clearance checks


By Lolita C. Baldor U.S. officials. The change aims to fix a sys- Snowden, who now lives in Russia to avoid high-ranking federal officials waiting as
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tem whose weaknesses were exposed by the charges for disclosing classified material, much as a year to get clearances. President
case of a Navy contractor who gunned down and Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning, who went Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior advis-
WASHINGTON — The Defense a dozen people at Washington’s Navy Yard to prison for leaking classified documents, er, Jared Kushner, for example, received his
Department is poised to take over back- in 2013. He was able to maintain a security triggering calls to update the antiquated sys- permanent clearance just a few weeks ago,
ground investigations for the federal gov- clearance despite concerns about his mental tem to include more frequent criminal and more than 16 months after Trump took
ernment, using increased automation and health and an arrest that investigators never financial checks of workers who have secu- office. The delay, his lawyer said, was caused
high-tech analysis to tighten controls and reviewed. rity clearances. by the backlog in the new administration
tackle an enormous backlog of workers Problems had earlier surfaced with former Another problem has been delays: a back- and Kushner’s extensive financial wealth,
waiting for security clearances, according to National Security Agency contractor Edward log of about 700,000 people, including which required lengthy review.
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To build her proficiency going into the which disobey the most commonly studied accompany a big win.

SPELLING
Continued from page 1
competition, Anita Beroza said she would
research Wikipedia for information online
about language origins and root words in
rules, as test administrators are often look-
ing to throw contestants for a loop.
“Be prepared for trick words,” she said,
“I’m not really that sporty so that kind of
competition is not available to me. But
intellect is one of my stronger suits, so that
pursuit of spellings that would stump her. also noting “Words of Wisdom: Keys to suc- sort of competition is more up my alley.
When she encountered a challenging cess in the Scripps National Spelling Bee” And competition itself is really exciting.”
more than merely the participants. term, she’d write it on a flash card and mount by a former competition finalist was a pop- Beyond the thrill of victory and agony of
“I felt scared as a parent,” said Linda it on her wall, repeatedly spelling it until ular study guide among many successful defeat, Anita Beroza also found companion-
Beroza, reflecting on the bright lights, big the word was committed to memory. She contestants. ship at the bee. She said she enjoyed the
stage and immense pressure facing the said the method is relatively common for company of fellow word enthusiasts and
young challengers. And while she did not excel to the degree
competitive spellers, and preferable to hopes a lasting bond was formed.
And while she felt for her daughter follow- some of the more challenging alternatives. that she initially hoped, Anita Beroza said
her drive to continue competing in academ- “I expected a lot of the people to be intim-
ing the elimination, Linda Beroza said she “It’s not practical to memorize the dic- idating and not really interested in talking
did find enjoyment in watching the com- ic challenges is not going away.
tionary,” she said. “It’s more practical to because in competition, you don’t fraternize
petitors interact and exchange knowledge learn patterns and spell by those patterns.” She said she has already applied to be a with the enemy. But everyone was really
in their field of expertise. Though she will not be able to continue contestant on “Jeopardy!” and looks for- nice and I made a really good friend. If you
“There are all kinds of groups of words competing in the spelling bee next year ward to participating in her high school’s do a thing like this you will find a lot of
that these kids are really masters of,” said once she starts high school, a recommenda- geography bee. cool people who are similar to you and they
Linda Beroza. “To hear them talk so fluently tion to contestants in subsequent years is to With minimal interest in athletic endeav- are all really nervous too,” she said. “It’s a
about it is so amazing. They really have anticipate curve balls. ors, Anita Beroza said she still enjoys the common experience and it’s cool to share
learned a lot about language.” She said it would be wise to expect words rush of adrenaline and endorphins which can that kind of thing.”

City venue is not appropriate, especially in noting resolutions urging them to enact a When will it stop?”

BAN
Continued from page 1
light of recent school shootings in
Parkland, Florida and Santa Fe, Texas.
“The state should not profit off the sale of
ban were adopted by previous boards in
2003 and 2009. He said he supported the
effort in 2009 when he was mayor of Daly
Lori Marshall, CEO of the Cow Palace,
and Bob Templeton, owner of the
Crossroads of the West Gun Show, were not
guns,” said Canepa, whose district includes City, but was disappointed by Gov. Jerry available for comment.
Daly City. “It’s time for the Legislature, it’s Brown’s decision to veto the bill. Though Canepa noted the Cow Palace’s
Agriculture’s Division of Fairs and time for the governor to say no to the gun Canepa is hoping this time, statistics location near the border of San Francisco
Expositions, the San Mateo County Board lobby … we don’t need guns at the Cow like those generated by the Lucile Packard and Daly City has also been particularly
of Supervisors cannot restrict gun shows Palace.” Foundation for Children’s Health at affected by gun violence, he said it’s
there, according to a staff report. The board’s vote on the resolution will Stanford showing firearm-related injuries become an issue that affects all residents,
In proposing a resolution in support of come just days before the promoter’s third claimed the lives of 1,918 children and whether they live in cities or suburbs.
the bill alongside board President Dave gun show of the year, set to begin Saturday, young adults in California between 2013 “What I hope is accomplished through
Pine, Supervisor David Canepa is hoping June 9, and end Sunday, June 10. and 2015 will convince Brown and others this particular bill and Sen. Weiner’s legis-
local officials can send a strong message to Canepa said it’s not the first time county that enough is enough. lation is that we keep in mind … those who
state legislators that the promotion of officials have called upon state legislators “It is my hope that this year the governor have died … so there aren’t future victims.”
firearms at the five gun shows presented by to prohibit gun shows at the Cow Palace, will sign this bill,” he said. “Guns are being Supervisors meet 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 5,
Crossroads of the West each year at the Daly used on our children at an alarming rate. at 400 County Center, Redwood City.
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‘Freaky Friday’
Center Rep stages
laugh-filled production
SEE PAGE 20

New chapters
By Connor Lin

O
n May 7, two important events
occurred. Firstly, I turned 18 years
old; the long-awaited day marking
the end of my childhood finally arrived.
May 7 also marks the day that I was admit-
ted to the University of California,
Berkeley, from the wait-list.
Being accepted to UC Berkeley means so
much more to me than just getting into a
prestigious school. During the college
application process, the University of
California, Los Angeles,
had been my dream
school. As an individual
who intended to study in
fields related to journal-
ism and photography, I
‘Adrift’ is based on the harrowing, real-life story of Tami Oldham, who sailed off on a romantic voyage from Tahiti to San Diego in 1983 with believed that UCLA pro-
her fiance, Richard Sharp, and ran into a brutal hurricane. vided me with the ideal
atmosphere for me to

‘Adrift’ is a woman learn in a top-ranked uni-


versity while giving me the connections to
other creative photographers and artists for
which the bustling city of Los Angeles is
known.

versus nature tale


However, after being rejected by UCLA
and being wait-listed by UC Berkeley, I
began to reevaluate my options. UC
Berkeley is a world-renowned university
and would potentially provide me with the
exact fields that I am now currently inter-
By Jocelyn Noveck ested in: business and journalism. As the

Shailene Woodley finds THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Woman vs. nature. It certainly has a ring


to it, especially when woman wins. But
school year progressed, I realized through
my position as the managing editor for my
school’s newspaper how passionate I was
about the business side of journalism, and

her way by going ‘Adrift’


there are too few such stories in our popular that business is what I would be interested
culture, and certainly on our movie screens. in further studying. The business program
Enter “Adrift,” based on the harrowing, at UC Berkeley is extremely distinguished,
real-life story of Tami Oldham, who sailed and if I am fortunate enough to have the
By Lindsey Bahr It would take about a month for the script off on a romantic voyage from Tahiti to San opportunity to study business at UC
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to get into Woodley’s hands, and she Diego in 1983 with her fiance, Richard Berkeley, I would be getting the education I
remembers being at her mother’s house and Sharp, and ran into a brutal hurricane. desired. Needless to say, this university
LOS ANGELES — In October 2016, just sobbing while reading about the story Oldham wrote of the ordeal — 41 days on quickly became my new goal.
Shailene Woodley was not paying much of Tami Oldham and Richard Sharp, a the open seas in a damaged 44-foot sailboat It’s fitting that I was admitted to UC
attention to work emails. The devoted envi- young couple who endeavored to sail from — in her book, “Red Sky in Mourning,” and Berkeley on my 18th birthday; right as I
ronmentalist had gone to protest the Dakota Tahiti to San Diego and endured a hurricane if you haven’t read it yet, good: Stop concluded one chapter of my life, another
Access Pipeline and gotten arrested in the that nearly destroyed the ship and put it Googling and see the film first. You’ll be was opened and ready for me to dive into.
process. It’s no wonder that the actress irrevocably off-course. The film based on glad you didn’t know all the details before- When I was admitted, it felt like the work
missed an email from a few old Hawaii their story, “Adrift,” hit theaters Friday. hand. I had put into my education for the past four
friends with a project based on the incredi- “I called my friends immediately and I Off the bat, “Adrift,” by Icelandic action years of my life had finally paid off. The
ble survival at sea story of a 23-year-old was like, ‘Whatever I have to do to do this director Baltasar Kormakur (“Everest”), has
woman in 1983. It’s not that she wasn’t
interested — she was just a little busy. See WOODLEY, Page 21 See ADRIFT, Page 21 See STUDENT, Page 21

‘Three Days of Rain’ spans


35 years, two generations
Dragon Theatre founder to step down after
staging of play based on cryptic journal entry
By Judy Richter had shared with his business partner.
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT Joining them is the late partner’s son, Pip
(Robert Sean Campbell).
Walker has just shown up after disappear-
“Three Days of Rain” gets its title from a ing for 11 months, much to Nan’s chagrin.
cryptic entry in the journal of a deceased Now they’re planning to hear the reading of
architect. their father’s will.
Presented by Dragon Theatre, Richard Walker, who found the journal, assumes
Greenberg’s drama starts with three people they’ll inherit their father’s wealth as well
and the discovery of the journal. It then as the famed house that he and his partner
journeys back 35 years to reveal its origin. designed for their grandparents. Walker
In Act 1, siblings Walker (Tasi Alabastro) wants Nan to give or sell him her share of
and Nan (Katie O’Bryon Champlin) meet in SCOTT RAGLE
the now-rundown apartment their late father See RAIN, Page 23 Tasi Alabastro, Robert Sean Campbell and Katie O’Bryon Champlin star in ‘Three Days of Rain.’
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Center Rep stages laugh-filled ‘Freaky Friday’


By Judy Richter The music by Tom Kitt, with
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT lyrics by Brian Yorkey, is upbeat
and fun. It’s enhanced by excellent
Upsets and insights ensue when singing plus the small pit orches-
a teenager and her mom inadver- tra led by musical director Daniel
tently switch bodies in “Freaky Feyer.
Friday.” Also noteworthy is the well-
Center Repertory Company is executed choreography by
presenting the 2016 musical itera- Jennifer Perry.
tion of the story by Mary Rodgers Director Jeff Collister has
and Disney Films. The result is assembled an energetic, likable
lots of fun thanks to an outstand- cast. Besides the two principals
ing production featuring a top- and the remarkably poised
notch cast. Hennessy as Fletcher, some of the
In this version (unlike the notable main characters are
films), the widowed mom, Katherine’s fiancé Mike (Noel
Katherine Blake (Lynda DiVito), Anthony); and Ellie’s boyfriend
is a caterer who’s going to cater Adam (Dave J. Abrams).
her own wedding the next day. It’s Ensemble members play multi-
no surprise that she’s uptight. Her ple roles. An audience favorite is
daughter, Ellie (Olivia Jane Mell), Katrina Lauren McGraw, especial-
isn’t helping much. ly as Ellie’s demanding gym
When a prized hourglass splits teacher, but everyone else is wor-
in a tugging match between them, thy of applause, too.
they suddenly find themselves Production elements comple-
occupying each other’s bodies but ment the show, especially the col-
looking like their original selves. orful costumes by Victoria
Hence it’s left to Ellie to take Livingston-Hall.
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Katherine must go to Ellie’s high Olivia Jane Mell and Lynda DiVito star in ‘Freaky Friday.’ ily-friendly “Freaky Friday” will
school and confront her friends, continue through June 30 at the
rivals and teachers. Hennessy), but must hold the antique store. Therefore, as Ellie, updated book by Bridget Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601
Lots of laughs follow. One big book way out because she’s far- she persuades her friends to go on Carpenter has serious aspects, Civic Drive, Walnut Creek.
one comes when Katherine, acting sighted. a treasure hunt to find it and undo mainly from the lessons mother For tickets and information call
like Ellie, tries to read to her The hourglass has a twin, but the spell. and daughter learn and that (925) 943-7469 or visit
young son, Fletcher (Tyler Patrick Katherine sold it to a now-closed Although it’s a fairy tale, the improve their relationship. CenterREP.org.

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making! Now we’re talking! Roll the cam- “Truth is my jam,” she said. “It would be

WOODLEY
Continued from page 19
era!’”
For Kormakur, who also directed the film
“Everest,” shooting in real locations lends
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impossible to not be authentic given the cir-
cumstances.”
Plus, she had both Ashcraft’s memoir and
an invaluable authenticity to the final prod- the woman herself for any questions, big and
uct, and he had cinematographer Robert small, and a subject that she felt strongly
movie, please, please let me be part of it,’” Richardson (“The Aviator”), a three-time Hudson, but no movie until screenwriter connected to.
Woodley said recently. Oscar winner, behind the camera to help. brothers Aaron and Jordan Kandell “The beautiful thing about this movie to
It was exactly the kind of project the then- “I strongly believe in this: People come approached her about six years ago and — me is that it is a woman’s survival story but
24-year-old was looking for. It was about and watch a movie and pay money for it and much to her surprise — things actually start- it’s not a man or woman versus nature
love, survival, working with nature, and, they want to be taken through something. ed happening. story,” Woodley said. “It’s a woman learning
under the ambitious direction of the They want to experience something and they Woodley boarded to play Tami (“she’s a how to work with nature to survive.”
Icelandic filmmaker Baltasar Kormakur, experience through it the experience of the West Coast girl,” said Ashcraft, “I just feel Indeed, Woodley’s passion for the project
would become one of her wildest movie- actor,” Kormakur said. “And if you create her vibe”) and Sam Claflin as Richard, ran so deep and she found herself doing so
making experiences. Kormakur insisted that reality from nothing there’s often a feeling whose casting Ashcraft said is “uncanny... much, she eventually even got her own pro-
they shoot on the open ocean off the coast that it’s a game.” from his accent to his playfulness to his ducer credit.
of Fiji, much to the very strong and very And on “Adrift,” everyone was keenly humor.” “It became more than me fighting for my
understandable objections from the studio aware that this was not a game, or even just Kormakur agreed that Woodley had that character as an actor, it was about fighting
and financiers. But it was non-negotiable for a story, but the real life experience of a kind of “free spirit, nature loving” energy for the integrity of the whole project from
the director, who’s a lifelong sailor. woman, now Tami Oldham Ashcraft, who that is difficult to fake, but also praised her start to finish,” Woodley said. “It was a once
“The first day of shooting on water it was survived something few can fathom. emotional truthfulness. in a lifetime opportunity. It’s something
sunny and like, ‘Oh it’s the best day ever,’ She wrote a memoir soon after her experi- “There is something authentic about when that as hard as I try to articulate the experi-
taking selfies, ‘I can’t believe people pay us ence and says that the film “Adrift” is some- she goes to a place,” he said. “She doesn’t ence I will never be able to fully encapsulate
for this.’ And I go, ‘This is not the movie thing she’s been awaiting for 34 years. fake it in a soapy way, the kind of soap act- the emotion and the feelings that we had
we’re making,’” Kormakur said. “But cut to There had been a lot of promises over the ing you sometimes see in American acting while we were out there. There’s just some-
two hours later we’re carrying buckets of years, and a lot of potential “Tamis” along style.” thing that happens when you spend that
puke. I thought, ‘This is the movie we’re the way, including Jodie Foster and Kate For Woodley, it’s even simpler. much time with Mother Nature.”

two attractive, tanned young people fall in An older couple wants Richard to sail their The couple’s risky goal is to reach

ADRIFT
Continued from page 19
love.)
We begin with Tami waking up after an
obvious catastrophe, the boat practically
boat back from Tahiti to San Diego. The
terms are too attractive to pass up. Tami
overcomes her initial reluctance to cut
Hawaii, and Tami knows that if she makes
an error, they’ll die. She also must figure
out how to ration the fresh water and mea-
destroyed. Stumbling around the wreckage, short her own, independent journey, and ger food supplies, which consist of sar-
she comes to the devastating realization they head off into the deep blue. dines, some Spam, a jar of peanut butter. A
several things going for it. First of all, that Richard (Sam Claflin), the more expe- And then disaster strikes, and suddenly committed vegetarian, she must cope with
Kormakur is a lifelong sailor, and he chose rienced sailor of the two, is nowhere to be these exceedingly capable people seem the reality that if she can’t kill and eat fish,
to film on the open ocean off Fiji, lending seen. helpless against the ferocity of nature. At she probably won’t make it.
the proceedings an obvious visual urgency. Flashback to five months earlier, when the worst moment, Richard fastens himself Woodley’s honest, unfussy performance
Second, the story is simple and thrilling — Tami arrives in Tahiti, a 23-year-old free in, and shouts to Tami through the raging seems perfectly tailored to the script by
because it’s true. And third, Shailene spirit with no clear life plans. All she wants winds to go down below, where she’ll be Aaron Kandell, Jordan Kandell and David
Woodley, one of the most naturalistic to do is see the world. She gets an odd job at safer. Branson Smith. Claflin makes Richard a
young actresses working today, is hard not the marina, where one day she meets The action toggles back and forth dashing, sensitive romantic partner. The
to root for in any film, and certainly here as Richard, a handsome young Brit who built between happy scenes on land, and the story is not complicated — nor does it need
Tami, a relaxed California girl suddenly his own boat and spends his life sailing. ordeal at sea, which show Tami figuring to be. Woman vs. sea.  Woman triumphs.
caught in an elemental battle to survive. These two good-looking creatures are out a way to stop the boat from sinking, An apt story for 2018.
Where the film could do better is in paint- immediately drawn to each other, and spend then pulling a badly injured Richard from “Adrift,” an STX Entertainment release,
ing the characters with nuance and com- idyllic days sailing, cooking, drinking the waters and caring for his wounds while is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture
plexity. This is less necessary in the scenes wine. Staring at the crimson sky one day, she tries to navigate, using nautical maps Association of America “for injury images,
on water — we have all the excitement we Tami proclaims it to be red. Richard quickly and her own desperate creativity. The land peril, language, brief drug use, partial nudi-
need there. But the scenes on land seem corrects her: Its “beet-dyed pomegranate,” scenes provide some intermittent relief; ty and thematic elements.” Running time:
rather perfunctory, if still pleasing and OK, we get why she’s falling in love. on the other hand, they do stall the sus- 120 minutes. Two and a half stars out of
romantic (nothing wrong with watching Then an irresistible opportunity arises: pense. four.

nation; but even more than that, it allowed Even though I wasn’t admitted to the have finally concluded my decision process

STUDENT
Continued from page 19
me to attend a university that I could truly
see myself thrive in and be successful.
school of my dreams, being admitted to
any college is an enormous accomplish-
ment that should not be overlooked.
as well. The wait list may have prolonged
the stressful experience, but it ultimately
resulted in an outcome that is more than
In my experience, the college applica- what I could have ever dreamed of. I am so
tion and decision process was awful and No matter how challenging the writing
grateful to have the opportunity to attend
countless hours spent studying for the SAT stressful at the beginning, but was ulti- process or the waiting period after submit-
such an incredible university.
and the ACT, the numerous AP classes I mately rewarding. I felt helpless at times. ting the application may be, know that
Go bears!
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chosen to study or work instead of spend But there’s no better feeling than opening itself.
time with my friends had not been for a college acceptance letter and watching Although the majority of my classmates Connor Lin is a senior at Carlmont High School in
nothing. It had granted me the opportunity Belmont. Student News appears in the weekend
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open studio events each year and develop a or slow sea level rise, but all of those issues

STUDIO
Continued from page 1
workshop series for prospective painters
when the two are in town; they currently
travel with a team of collaborators for about
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are a result of humanity’s philosophy
toward the natural world and how to interact
with it so we feel like this work can help
half of the year working on projects on shape those philosophies, which in turn
site.  drive our actions.”
The painter and science illustrator is best The couple is currently working on a Kim has long shared her love of animals Most of Ink Dwell’s projects require three
known for large-scale public installations, “migrating mural” project, a series of and the natural world through her work, and to five weeks of on-site work, but the
but her anatomically precise depictions of installations along migrating corridors while she aims to educate and promote 2,500-square-foot “Wall of Birds” mural at
wildlife can also be found in museums, text- throughout the country that animals share awareness of endangered species, for exam- Cornell University, which depicts 270 bird
books and most recently at Ink Dwell studio with humans. Murals of Sierra Nevada big ple, she also avoids overtly political mes- species, took more than 2 1/2 years to com-
in Half Moon Bay.  horned sheep can be found along 120 miles saging. plete. 
Kim founded Ink Dwell with her husband, of Highway 395, and recent installations “I work really hard to stay neutral so I can Ink Dwell’s mission is to “merge classic
Thayer Walker, and the studio and show- focus on the monarch butterfly: one mural invite as many polar opposite sides to techniques of science illustration with mod-
room at the Shoppes at Harbor Village is covers much of an eight-story air traffic appreciate an animal. It’s about pulling on ern fine art,” but Kim said since she was
their first location open to the public. With control tower at the Springdale Airport in the heart strings of getting someone to care young she found herself inspired more by
a 12-foot leopard shark on its front window, Arkansas, another wraps around a building about a specific animal or plant and that natural history museums than art museums.
Ink Dwell officially opens with an open stu- at Full Sail University in Winter Park, extends to the overall ecosystem,” Kim “One of my favorite things people say
dio event June 2-3, an opportunity to meet Florida and a third installation in Orlando, said. after seeing my work is ‘oh my god I see
the artists and check out their work, some of Florida, occupies 3,500 square feet. In a few And media coverage of their work reflects monarch butterflies all the time now’ or
which is printed on posters, tote bags and years, the project will focus on salmon; the that approach.  another animal, and my work reminded them
other items for purchase.  goal is to thematically touch on water, land “Fox News has been the one that’s con- to look for them,” Kim said. “Our work
“Coming down here was a total no-brain- and air.   sistently covering the Migrating Mural and helps people remember those things are
er,” Walker said. “Our work and mission as “All of these stories are meant to connect I think part of it is because we’re not deliv- there.”
well as the traditions of this community are places and people — the monarch connects ering this over-the-top green message,”
so tied to the natural world so it’s great to the entire country with Canada and Mexico Walker said, adding that by extension, Fox Ink Dwell is located at 270 Capistrano
have that inspiration around us. We’re real- with its migration, a beautiful story,” Kim has also covered the Nature Conservancy, Road, No. 24 in Half Moon Bay by Pillar
ly excited to put down roots here.” said, adding that both the big horn sheep which has partnered with Ink Dwell on a few Point Harbor and the open studio spans 10
The showroom will be open by appoint- and monarch butterfly are “critically endan- projects. “We’re fully aware that art isn’t a.m. to 5 p.m. June 2-3. Visit ink dwell.com
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mother; and Campbell is Theo, Pip’s father ticularly likable most of the time, and accounts for Walker’s erratic behavior.

RAIN
Continued from page 19
and Ned’s partner.
The “three days of rain’’ written in the
journal prove to be pivotal in revealing per-
they’re often in conflict.
Alabastro’s Walker is too hyper in Act 1,
but he’s more successful as the shy, stutter-
Thus the play gets its appeal from the way
it resolves personal and professional mys-
teries.
sonal and professional relationships. Running about two hours and 20 minutes
ing Ned in Act 2. Campbell’s Pip and Theo
with one intermission, “Three Days of
the house. This production is the last directed by both become too angry too quickly.
Rain” will continue through June 17 at
Thus it comes as a huge surprise when Dragon founder Meredith Hagedorn, who Champlin does well as both Nan and Lina.
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val tickets available for $30 at the Opening Reception for Gallery. 3
Facebook’s later problems with fake Trending news that year included the whether someone is trying to game event. For more information call 573- p.m. to 6 p.m. The Main Gallery, 1018
news, political balance and the limi- death of Robin Williams, Ebola and the system. 7600. Main St., Redwood City. Work by Noa
Mendelevitch. For more information
tations of artificial intelligence in the World Cup. In an interview ahead of Friday’s Bonsai Show and Sale. 10 a.m. to 4 call 701-1018.
managing the messy human world. Facebook is now testing new fea- announcement, Facebook’s head of p.m. San Mateo Garden Center, 605
tures, including a “breaking news” news products, Alex Hardiman, said Parkside Way, San Mateo. For more Ragazzi Continuo Presents ‘There
When Facebook launched “trend- information call 483-7462. is Sweet Music.’ 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. St.
ing” in 2014 as a list of headlines to label that publishers can add to sto- the company is still committed to Peter’s Episcopal Church, 178 Clinton
the side of the main news feed, it was ries to distinguish them from other breaking and real-time news. Plan Your Summer Reading List. 10 St., Redwood City. Ragazzi Continuo
a.m. South San Francisco Main is an adult a cappella choir, originally
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South formed in September 2010. The
San Francisco. Try out the library’s group now consists of 13 men, all
cent, the lowest since December 1969. tap without raising wages,” Gimbel

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Unemployment remained below 4 per-
cent for nearly four straight years in
the late 1960s, but it rose to 6.1 per-
said.
Debbie Thomas, owner of Thomas
Hill Organics, a restaurant in Paso
new mobile app and learn how to
personalize your library account. For
more information call 829-3860.
Saturday Morning Yarn. 10:30 a.m.
alums of the acclaimed Ragazzi Boys
Chorus. Cost is $15-$25. For more
information call 342-8785.
Teen Study Night. 5:15 p.m. to 8:45
cent during a mild recession in 1970. It Robles, California, said that finding South San Francisco Main Library, p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda
840 W. Orange Ave., South San de las Pulgas, Belmont. Whiteboards,
didn’t fall below 4 percent again until qualified people to hire is her biggest Francisco. Experienced staff will help computers, refreshments and more.
U.S. job creation that blew away most the dot-com-fueled boom of the late challenge. She has raised pay by about teach the basics of knitting and cro- For more information call 591-8286.
economists’ expectations,” said Scott 1990s. a dollar an hour in the past year for cheting. For more information call
829-3860. Redwood Symphony — Bach,
Anderson, chief economist at Bank of Businesses desperate to hire are cooks and dishwashers but is reluctant Mahler. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Cañada
the West. reaching deep into pools of the unem- to go much higher. A Visit with Ty Cobb. 11 a.m. to College, Main Stage, 4200 Farm Hill
noon. Menlo Park City Council Blvd., Redwood City. Cost is $10-$35.
With the unemployment rate so low, ployed to find workers. “You don’t want to price yourself out Chambers, 701 Laurel St., Menlo For more information call 366-6872.
businesses have complained for Unemployment among high school of the market,” Thomas said. Park. A performance by Norm
Coleman about baseball legend Ty MONDAY, JUNE 4
months that they are struggling to find graduates fell sharply to 3.9 percent, a The job gains in May were broad- Cobb. For more information call 330- LGBTQ+ Aging Film Series. Noon to
enough qualified workers. But Friday’s 17-year low. For black Americans, it based: Professional and business serv- 2501. 3 p.m. San Mateo County Pride
jobs report suggests that they are tak- Center, 1021 S. El Camino Real, San
hit a record low of 5.9 percent. The ices, which include higher-paying Taste of Pacifica. Noon to 3 p.m. Mateo. Film screening about the
ing chances with pockets of the unem- unemployment rate for women dropped fields such as accounting and engineer- Pacifica Moose Lodge, 776 Bradford issues being faced by aging, LGBT
ployed and underemployed whom they Way, Pacifica. Cost is $45. For more people as they move through the
to 3.6 percent, the lowest since 1953. ing, added 31,000 jobs. Health care, a information call 355-4122. later stages of their lives. For more
had previously ignored. And the number of part-time workers consistent job engine, gained nearly information contact
Roughly an hour before the employ- Marcela’s Village and Galler y lowellyn.sunga@sanmateopride.org.
who would prefer full-time jobs is 32,000. Opening. Noon to 6 p.m. Marcela’s
ment data was released, President down 6 percent from a year ago. That Manufacturing, which is benefiting Village Gallery, 883 Santa Cruz Ave., Dance Connection with Live Music
Donald Trump appeared to hint on Menlo Park. For more information by Nob Hill Sounds. Free dance les-
means businesses are converting some from increased business investment in call 262-4367. sons from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. with
Twitter that a strong jobs report was part-timers to full-time work. machinery and other equipment, added open dance to 9:30 p.m. Burlingame
coming. “Looking forward to seeing Companies are also hiring the long- 18, 000 jobs, and construction Peanuts on the Go. 12:30 p.m. to Woman’s Club, 241 Park Road,
1:30 p.m. South San Francisco Main Burlingame. Cost $10 members, $12
the employment numbers at 8:30 this term unemployed — those who have 25,000. Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South guests. Free entry for men with
morning,” he tweeted. been out of work for six months or Some economists remain concerned San Francisco. Free. For more infor- dance experience. Light refresh-
mation call 829-3860. ments. For more information contact
The president is normally briefed on longer. Their ranks have fallen by that the Trump administration’s dances4u241@gmail.com.
the monthly jobs report the day before nearly one-third in the past year. aggressive actions on trade could ham- Super Heroes Saturday. 2 p.m.
South San Francisco Main Library, Women Instrumentalists in Jazz
it is released, and he and other admin- That’s important because econo- per growth. The administration on 840 W. Orange Ave., South San and Blues. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Menlo
istration officials are not supposed to mists worry that people who are out of Thursday imposed tariffs on steel and Francisco. Decorate piñatas, enjoy Park City Council Chambers, 701
comment on it beforehand. artisanal crafts and watch Wonder Laurel St., Menlo Park. Hosting Ellen
work for long periods can see their aluminum imports from key allies in Woman. For more information con- Seeling and Jean Fineberg. For more
Larry Kudlow, the president’s top skills erode. Europe, Canada and Mexico. Earlier in tact ssfpladm@plsinfo.org. information call 330-2501.
economic adviser, downplayed Those trends suggest that compa- the week, it threatened to hit China Elegant Simplicity: Achieving
Mills High School Class of 1968
Trump’s tweet. nies, for all their complaints, are still with tariffs on $50 billion of its 50th Reunion. 6 p.m. Terrace Cafe, wellness from collected perspec-
tives using principles of tradition-
“He didn’t give any numbers, ” able to hire without significantly goods. 1100 El Camino Real, Millbrae. For
al Chinese medicine. 7 p.m. to 8
more information call 520-1691.
Kudlow said. “No one revealed the boosting wages. Average hourly pay Still, consumer spending rose in p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W.
numbers to the public.” Live Concer t and Sing-along. 6:30 Third Ave., San Mateo. Discuss health
rose 2.7 percent in May from a year April at its fastest pace in five months. p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Molloy’s Tavern topics by combining recommenda-
Investors welcomed the report. The earlier, below the 3.5 percent to 4 per- And companies are also stepping up 1655 Mission Road, South San tions from Western and Eastern
Dow Jones industrial average rose 219 cent pace that occurred the last time Francisco. The band plays music medicine. For more information con-
spending, buying more industrial from the 1920’s all the way up to the tact mbaute@cityofsanmateo.org.
points Friday, or 0.9 percent. Other unemployment was this low. machinery, computers and software — 1960’s. All ages. For more informa-
indexes also moved higher. The number of involuntary part-time TUESDAY, JUNE 5
signs that they’re optimistic enough tion call 544-3623.
Hawaiian Music Jam. 9 a.m. to 10:30
The healthy jobs data makes it more workers is still higher than it was to expand. A measure of business Concer t: West Coast R amblers. a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645
likely that the Federal Reserve will before the 2008-09 recession. investment rose in the first quarter by 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Odd Fellows Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo.
Lodge Half Moon Bay, 526 Main St., For more information call 522-7490.
keep raising interest rates this year — Martha Gimbel, director of econom- the most in 3 1/2 years. Half Moon Bay. For more information
two and possibly three more times, ic research at Indeed, the job-listing Macroeconomic Advisers, a fore- call 350-0425. Build Your Own Comic. 4 p.m. to 5
p.m. South San Francisco Main
after doing so in March. site, said some of the fastest-growing casting firm, said it now foresees the Three Days of Rain. 8 p.m. Dragon Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
Unemployment dropped from 3.9 search terms on the site this year are economy expanding at a robust 4.1 Productions Theatre Co., 2120 San Francisco. Free. For more infor-
Broadway, Redwood City. General mation call 829-3860.
percent in April. When rounded to one “full-time” and “9-to-5 jobs,” evidence percent annual pace in the April-June admission is $35. Student admission
decimal, as the Labor Department typ- that many people want more work quarter, which would be the fastest in is $27. For more information call 298- Learn to Play Bridge this Summer.
6:30 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m. San Mateo
ically does, the official jobless rate is hours. nearly four years. The economy 9165.
Senior Center, 2645 Alameda de las
now the lowest since April 2000. “That suggests there is still this expanded just 2.2 percent in the first SUNDAY, JUNE 3 Pulgas, San Mateo. Early registration
is encouraged. Registration is
But the unrounded figure is 3.75 per- pool of workers that employers can quarter. Color 5K Run. 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
required. $125 for residents, $153 for
College of San Mateo, 1700 W.
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110 employment 203 public notices 203 public notices tundra tundra tundra
fictitious business name notice of intention to sell to
statement #277625 real property
The following person is doing business superior court of the
as: Carey, 405 Victory Avenue, Suite K, state of california
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. county of san mateo
Registered Owner: Carey Limousine case no: 17-pro-00771
S.F., Inc., DE. The business is conduct- In the Matter of the Conservatorship of
ed by a Corporation. The registrant com- the Estate of MARK ALPERIN, Conserv-
menced to transact business under the atee.
FBN on N/A. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, sub-
/s/Diane M. Ennist/ ject to confirmation by this court, on June
This statement was filed with the Asses- 4, 2018, at 5:00 p.m., or thereafter within
sor-County Clerk on 5/4/18. (Published in the time allowed by law, the undersigned
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18, as Conservator of the Estate of Mark Al-
5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18). perin, will sell at private sale to the high-
est and best net bidder on the terms and
conditions stated below all right, title, and
fictitious business name interest of the conservatee in the real
statement #277587 property located in County of San Mateo,
The following person is doing business State of California, as follows:
as: MSA EDU, 630 N. San Mateo Drive, Residential real property located at 1951 over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered Elizabeth Street, City of San Carlos,
Owner: The Foundation of the Mainte- County of San Mateo, California, descri-
nance Superintendents Association, Inc., bed as follows:
CA. The business is conducted by a
Corporation. The registrant commenced A portion of Lot 9, in Block 8, as said Lot
to transact business under the FBN on and Block are designated on the Map en-
N/A. titled “Brittan Acres Map Number 1 San
/s/Tsutomu Imamura/ Carlos, California”, which map was filed
This statement was filed with the Asses- in the office of the Recorder of the Coun-
sor-County Clerk on 5/1/18. (Published in ty of San Mateo, State of California on
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18, August 22, 1934 in Book 20 of Maps, at
Caregivers
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18). pages 38, 39 and 40. Said portion being
more particularly described as follows:
Home
Home CCare
are Jobs fictitious business name Beginning at the point of intersection of
statement #277750 the Northeasterly line of said Lot 9, in
(650) 600-8108 The following person is doing business Block 8 and the Southeasterly line of the
as: Legarza Sports, 1027 Bransten Rd, lands described in the Deed from Ernest
Email:
Email: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered A. Schroeder and wife, to Elwin E. Pur-
www.starlightcaregivers.com
www.starlightcaregivers.com Owner: LBC Camps LLC, CA. The busi- rington and wife, dated October 14, 1948
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability and recorded October 18, 1948 in Book
Apply
Apply online or w walk-in
alk-in Company. The registrants commenced 1581 of Official Records of San Mateo
to transact business under their FBN on County at page 636 (57114-H); thence
4600 EEll CCamino Real,, # 211,, LLos
amino Real os Altos
Altos 1-15-15. from said point of beginning North 33°
203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices
/s/David Warner/ 00' 00" West along the Northeasterly
This statement was filed with the Asses- boundary line of said Lot 9, a distance of orDer to show cause for ing on the petition in the following news-
sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2018. (Publish-
tition for change of name should not be change of name paper of general circulation:
64.02 feet to the Southerly line of Eliza-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, beth Street as shown on said map; granted. Any person objecting to the CASE# 18-CIV-02480 San Mateo Daily Journal
5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18, 6/9/18). thence Westerly along said Southerly name changes described above must file SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Filed: 5/21/2018
line of Elizabeth Street on the arc of a a written objection that includes the rea- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
curve to the left, said curve having a radi- sons for the objection at least two court 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Judge of the Superior Court
Day
Day or Night
Night Shifts,
Shiffts Immediate
ts, Immedia te Placement
Placement fictitious business name REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Dated: 5/17/2018
us of 275.00 feet, an arc length of 71.00 days before the matter is scheduled to
Required:
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience statement #277833 feet; thence Southerly in a direct line to PETITION OF (Published 6/2/18, 6/9/18, 6/16/18,
The following person is doing business be heard and must appear at the hearing Evan Lee Goldinger 6/23/18)
or ccurrent
urrent CNA Certification;
Certification; as: Standard Electric, 665 Cordilleras
point in the Southeasterly boundary line
to show cause why the petition should TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
of the lands described in said Deed to El-
M Ave, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- win E. Purrington and wife, said point be- not be granted. If no written objection is Petitioner: Evan Lee Goldinger filed a pe-
tered Owner: Standard Electric LLC, CA. ing distant thereon Southwesterly 74.00 timely filed, the court may grant the peti- tition with this court for a decree chang-
newspaper interns The business is conducted by a Limited feet from the point of the beginning of the tion without a hearing. A hearing on the ing name as follows:
Liability Company. The registrant com- Present Name: Evan Lee Goldinger
Journalism menced to transact business under the
lands described herein; thence North-
easterly along the last mentioned line to
petition shall be held on 06/26/18 at 9 Proposed Name: Roderick Evan DeBold 210 lost & found
The Daily Journal is looking for in- FBN on N/A. a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
terns to do entry level reporting, re- the point of beginning.
/s/Brian Kenyon/ Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this THE COURT ORDERS that all persons lost cat. Black and White. Black
search, updates of our ongoing fea- This statement was filed with the Asses- patch on right eye. REWARD.
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- APN: 050-082-180 Order to Show Cause shall be published interested in this matter shall appear be-
sor-County Clerk on 5/24/18. (Published fore this court at the hearing indicated Call (323) 439-7713.
so welcome. in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/26/18, at least once each week for four succes-
This property is commonly referred to as sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
6/2/18, 6/9/18, 6/16/18). 1951 Elizabeth Street, San Carlos, CA tition for change of name should not be books
We expect a commitment of four to ing on the petition in the following news-
eight hours a week for at least four 94070. granted. Any person objecting to the
months. The internship is unpaid, but The property will be sold subject to cur- paper of general circulation: name changes described above must file James patterson hardback books.
fictitious business name
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- statement #277817 rent taxes, covenants, conditions, restric- San Mateo Daily Journal a written objection that includes the rea- 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
terns have progressed in time into The following person is doing business tions, reservations, rights, rights of way, Filed: 5/14/2018 sons for the objection at least two court
paid correspondents and full-time re- as: California River Quest, 1440 Castillo and easements of record. /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ days before the matter is scheduled to nicholas sparks hardback books.
porters. The property is to be sold on an “as is” be heard and must appear at the hearing 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
Avenue, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Reg-
basis, except for title, and is subject to Judge of the Superior Court to show cause why the petition should
istered Owner: Emily Matthews, same Dated: 5/11/2018
College students or recent graduates address. The business is conducted by court confirmation with possible overbid. not be granted. If no written objection is Quality books used and rare. World
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper an Individual. The registrant com- The Conservator of the Estate has given (Published 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18, timely filed, the court may grant the peti- & US History and classic American nov-
experience is preferred but not neces- menced to transact business under the an exclusive listing to Helen and Brad 6/9/18) tion without a hearing. A hearing on the els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
sarily required. FBN on . Miller of Alain Pinel Realtors - Woodside. petition shall be held on 07/05/18 at 9
/s/Emily Matthews/ Bids or offers are invited for this property a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, the halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
Please send a cover letter describing and must be in writing on the specific bid Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
This statement was filed with the Asses-
form used for this sale which is available orDer to show cause for
your interest in newspapers, a resume sor-County Clerk on 5/24/18. (Published change of name Order to Show Cause shall be published V.logVinoV, unusual Journey to the
and three recent clips. Before you ap- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/26/18, at the broker's office, and may be mailed at least once each week for four succes-
or delivered to, or received at the offices CASE# 18CIV01813 Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
ply, you should familiarize yourself 6/2/18, 6/9/18, 6/16/18). sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
with our publication. Our Web site: of SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, ing on the petition in the following news-
www.smdailyjournal.com. Helen and Brad Miller COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, paper of general circulation:
fictitious business name Alain Pinel Realtors - Woodside
2930 Woodside Road 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, San Mateo Daily Journal 295 art
Send your information via e-mail to statement #277728 REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Filed: 5/21/2018
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- The following person is doing business Woodside, CA 94062 /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ brusheD finish, 15" X 20" frame
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- as: Walker Property Evaluation Services, CA BRE #01142061 PETITION OF Judge of the Superior Court holds 18 various size photos. Never
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 3001 Sneath Lane, SAN BRUNO, CA Office Direct # 650-400-3426 Dietmar Volker Gabby Dated: 5/18/2018 used. $20. 650-369-2486.
94066. Registered Owners: Roland J. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: (Published 5/26/18, 6/2/18, 6/9/18,
Walker and Machelle M. Walker, same or delivered to the attorney for the Con-
servator of the Estate at 177 Bovet Petitioner: Dietmar Volker Gabby filed a 6/16/18) 296 appliances
address. The business is conducted by petition with this court for a decree
a Married Couple. The registrant com- Road, Sixth Floor, San Mateo, CA 94402
menced to transact business under the during regular business hours any time changing name as follows: air conDitioner 10000 BTU w/re-
127 elderly care FBN on 6/1/2003. after first publication of this notice and Present Name: Dietmar Volker Gabby mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
/s/Roland J. Walker/ before the sale. Proposed Name: Julius Dietmar brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
This statement was filed with the Asses- The property will be sold on the following orDer to show cause for 0898
family resource sor-County Clerk on 5/15/18. (Published terms: Cash, or part cash and part credit, change of name
the terms and conditions of credit as are THE COURT ORDERS that all persons CASE# 18-CIV-02422 air conDitioner, Portable, 14,000
guiDe in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/26/18,
6/2/18, 6/9/18, 6/16/18). acceptable to the fiduciary and to the interested in this matter shall appear be- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, BTU, Commercial Cool model
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s Court; a minimum deposit of ten percent fore this court at the hearing indicated COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
twice-a-week resource guide for (10%) of the amount of the bid to accom- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, sories plus remote included.
children and families. fictitious business name pany the offer in cash or by certified tition for change of name should not be REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO.
statement #277770 check payable to Darren Wallace, Con- PETITION OF (650)345-1835
every tuesday & weekend The following person is doing business servator of the Estate of Mark Alperin, granted. Any person objecting to the Xumin Chen
as: Tacos El Fogon, 3387 Middlefield and the balance to be paid on close of name changes described above must file TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: coffee maker $15.00 white, Kitchen
Look for it in today’s paper to Rd., MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Regis- escrow; real estate commission to be al- a written objection that includes the rea- Petitioner: Xumin Chen filed a petition Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533-
find information on family tered Owner: Tacos El Fogon LLC, CA. lowed by the Superior Court of California, sons for the objection at least two court with this court for a decree changing 0907
resources in the local area, The business is conducted by a Limited County of San Mateo Local Rules of days before the matter is scheduled to name as follows:
including childcare. Liability Company. The registrant com- Court; sale subject to confirmation of Present Name: Xumin Chen coleman lXe Roadtrip Grill -
menced to transact business under the Court and possible overbid; taxes, rents, be heard and must appear at the hearing Proposed Name: Helen Xumin Chen Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
FBN on 5/11/18. operating and maintenance expenses, to show cause why the petition should (650)918-9847
/s/Marcos Lopez Avila/ and premiums on insurance acceptable not be granted. If no written objection is THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
This statement was filed with the Asses- to the purchaser shall be prorated as of timely filed, the court may grant the peti- interested in this matter shall appear be- electric stoVe From Sears
203 public notices sor-County Clerk on 5/18/18. (Published the date of recording of conveyance. Ex- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the fore this court at the hearing indicated Excellent Condition $225
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 6/2/18, amination of title, recording of convey- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- Please Call (650)244-9267
fictitious business name 6/9/18, 6/16/18, 6/23/18). ance, transfer taxes, and any title insur- petition shall be held on 06/26/18 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, tition for change of name should not be
statement #277595 ance policy shall be at the expense of granted. Any person objecting to the hotpoint heaVy Duty Dryer excellent
The following person is doing business the purchaser or purchasers. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this name changes described above must file working condition Burlingame $50 Call
as: MomWifeLadyLife, 4215 Alameda De orDer to show cause for The undersigned reserves the right to re- Order to Show Cause shall be published a written objection that includes the rea- Dan (408)656-0958
Las Pulgas, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. change of name ject any and all bids. at least once each week for four succes- sons for the objection at least two court
Registered Owner: Tatiyana B. Akers, CASE# 18CIV02109 Dated: May 24, 2018 days before the matter is scheduled to maytag washer excellent working
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Attorneys for Conservator of the Estate: sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
same address. The business is conduct- be heard and must appear at the hearing condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, /s/NAZAR A. GHOSSEIRI, Esq. SBN ing on the petition in the following news- (408)656-0958
ed by an Individual. The registrant com- paper of general circulation: to show cause why the petition should
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 273169/ not be granted. If no written objection is
menced to transact business under the
FBN on N/A. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 McGLASHAN & SARRAIL San Mateo Daily Journal timely filed, the court may grant the peti- mfg h20labs Model 300 exc cond
PETITION OF Professional Corporation Filed: 5/14/2018 counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
/s/Tatiyana B. Akers/ 177 Bovet Road, Sixth Floor tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
Sebastian Hossein Reza Oghlidos /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ petition shall be held on 07/03/18 at 9
This statement was filed with the Asses- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: San Mateo, CA 94402 room heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
sor-County Clerk on 5/2/18. (Published in (650) 341-2585 Judge of the Superior Court a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
Petitioner: Sebastian Hossein Reza Ogh- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18, lidos filed a petition with this court for a (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Dated: 5/11/2018 (650)952-3500
5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18). nal 5/25/18, 5/29/18, 6/2/18) (Published 5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18, Order to Show Cause shall be published
decree changing name as follows: at least once each week for four succes-
Present Name: 6/9/18) Vacuum cleaner (reconditioned)
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
Sebastian Hossein Reza Oghlidos
fictitious business name Proposed Name: Sebastian Oghlidos
statement #277382
The following person is doing business THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
as: Scarfesia USA, 1919 Alameda De interested in this matter shall appear be-

legal notices
Las Pulgas #135, SAN MATEO, CA fore this court at the hearing indicated
94403. Registered Owner: Michelle M. below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
Kwok, same address. The business is tition for change of name should not be
conducted by an Individual. The regis- granted. Any person objecting to the
trant commenced to transact business name changes described above must file
under the FBN on N/A. a written objection that includes the rea-
/s/Michelle M. Kwok/ sons for the objection at least two court orDer to show cause for
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/12/18. (Published
days before the matter is scheduled to
be heard and must appear at the hearing
change of name
CASE# 18CIV02367
Fictitious Business Name Statements,
to show cause why the petition should
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18,
5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18). not be granted. If no written objection is
timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
fictitious business name
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
petition shall be held on 06/13/18 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
PETITION OF
statement #277626
The following person is doing business
as: Carey, 405 Victory Avenue, Suite K,
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published
Joaquim Trias Puig-Sureda
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Notice of Public Sales and More.
at least once each week for four succes-
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Petitioner: Joaquim Trias Puig-Sureda
Registered Owner: Squire Limousine, ing on the petition in the following news- filed a petition with this court for a decree
Inc. Which Will Do Business in California
As Squire Limousine Service, DE. The
paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal
changing name as follows:
Present Name:
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
business is conducted by a Corporation. Filed: 5/1/2018
The registrant commenced to transact Joaquim Trias Puig-Sureda
business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Diane M. Ennist/
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 4/30/2018
Proposed Name: Joaquim Trias
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 5/4/18. (Published in
(Published 5/12/18, 5/19/18, 5/26/18,
6/2/18)
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be- Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/12/18, fore this court at the hearing indicated
5/19/18, 5/26/18, 6/2/18). below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
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296 Appliances 304 Furniture 306 housewares 311 Musical instruments 318 sports equipment Garage sales
seWiNG MAchiNe-rOYAL XL 6000 2 WALNut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops cOMPLete set OF CHINA - Windsor FeNder MustANG I guitar amplifier GOLF bag with 22 clubs. Great for peo-
Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. need work but very good cond. $20/ea Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover. ple just learning to play. $90 (650)592-
(650)342-8436. (650)952-3466. 20-pieces in original box, never used.
$250 per box (3 boxes available).
$80. (650)421-5469
2648 GArAGe sALes
shOWtiMe rOtisserie used once
$90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
ANtique diNiNG table for six people (650)342-5630 FeNder MustANG ll guitar amplifier
110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover. GOLF bALLs, good condition, 100 for
estAte sALes
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
message. crYstAL (LeAded glass) lamp $30. $130.00 (650)421-5469 $10; (650)591-9769 Make money, make room!
ANtique MOhAGANY Bookcase. Four Can send picture. (650)464-7860
uNitAP stANdArd centerset bath- feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. FOr sALe: Epiphone Les Paul Cus- GOLF cLubs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
room chrome faucet, complete, $10, GriLLiNG WOK stir fry. high quality tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint. $90.00 (650)341-8342 List your upcoming
(650)595-3933 ArMchAir GOOd condition $55. steel. Brand new $27 contact 650 592- $625.00. (650)421-5469.
(650)266-3184 2648 garage sale,
GOLF cLubs, used set with Cart for
WesterN WAshbOArd Sales made
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. bedsteAd siNGLe, poster style, box juLisKA hANd-crAFted 6 7/16"
huGe LudWiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian $50. (650)593-4490 moving sale,
$75. phone 650-369-2486. spring, mattress available. $40.00.
(650)593-7408
plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00
(650)344-4756
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300 estate sale,
(650)369-8013. GuthY-reNKer POWer Rider,Ever-
WhirLPOOL WAsher DRYER, GE last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- yard sale,
beiGe sOFA $99. Excellent Condition KitcheN crAFt Cutter with five differ-
Refrigerator all working and in good con-
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. (650) 315-2319 ent cones, brand new, 5 different knives.
PiANO, uPriGht, in excellent condi-
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
erciser $20 (510)770-1976 rummage sale,
buNK beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
$35 contact 650-592-2648
PiANO-1955 bALdWiN Acrosonic 36” heALth rider. Exercise machine. Ex-
clearance sale, or
WhirLPOOL-drYer GAs Coin Oper-
ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or LAce tAbLecLOth. 84" x 64". Like High, Free for anyone to pick-up cellent condition. $95. San Bruno. whatever sale you
B/O (650)685-2494 new and lovely. Rarely used. $35. San (650)295-9121.
(650)302-2456
Bruno. (650)794-0839
(650)794-0839 have...
cOMMOde, GOOd condition. $20 obo. uPriGht PiANO. In tune. Fair condi-
297 bicycles Please call (650)745-6309 siNK dOubLe cast iron. Good condi- tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. heALthrider (OriGiNAL 90's equip-
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 ment). Good condition. $25 (650) 387- Reach over 83,450 readers
AduLt biKes 1 regular and 2 with bal- cOMPuter desK (glass) & chair. Like ViNtAGe LiNGerie Washboard circa 8121 from South San Francisco
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or 1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
gtecher@comcast.net
308 tools strumming $50 (650)369-2486 to Palo Alto.
bMx MONGOOse Outer Limit Bike, MeN's rOssiGNOL Skis. $95.00, in your local newspaper.
looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 cOMPuter desK For sale $99 ANtique irON Hand Drills. 3 available YAMAhA AcOustic Guitar, model good condition, (650)341-0282.
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
chiLd’s schWiNN bicYcLe, bLue in
(650)520-4650 FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
ONe dOzeN Official League Diamond
call (650)344-5200
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. cOMPuter sWiVeL CHAIR. Padded crAFtsMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" ziLjiAN cYMbALs with stands, 21”
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 (650)771-6324.
GirL's 24" Schwinn bicycle. Good con- (916)826-5964
dition. $25 (650) 387-8121 desK, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. shOPsMith MArK V 50th Anniversary
(650)458-3578 most attachments. $1,500/OBO. PriNce teNNis 2 section nylon black
NeW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels (650)504-0585 312 Pets & Animals Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- 379 Open houses
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
mes ViNtAGe crAFtsMAN Jig Saw. Circa AirLiNe cArrier for cats, pur. from $55.(650)341-8342
diNiNG tAbLe (36"x54") and 4 match- Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
(505)228-1480 local. tOtAL GYM XLS, excellent condition.
298 collectibles $250 .(650)-654-1930. ViNtAGe shOPsMith and bANd
sAW, good shape. $300/obo. Call Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call OPeN hOuse
80’s tOPs Complete Factory Set All
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
dresser 4-drAWer in Belmont for
$75. Good condition; good for children.
(650)342-6993
ONe KeNNeL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(650)588-0828 ListiNGs
Call (650)678-8585 (650)593-2066
tOuredGe reActiON ii uniflex sys- List your Open House
A-teAM FiGuriNes Plus Jeep $20 PArrOt cAGe, Steel, Large - approx tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons
(650)591-9769 San Carlos dresser W/MirrOr & chest, mid- in the Daily Journal.
century, blond/tan. Both for $99. Night- 309 Office equipment 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
offer. (650)245-4084
new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
cOLLectAbLe MeMOrAbiLLiA from stands also available. SSF. (650)392-
the Bay Meadow. 9 items at $10 each. 4841 LAPtOP cAse or bag. Black. Like new. treAdMiLL-hOrizON LiKe New, limit-
Reach over 83,450
650-346-9262 for inquiries. Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. Pet cArrier for small dog or cat in ex- potential home buyers &
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO
eNtertAiNMeNt ceNter for $50. 6059 (650)508-8662 renters a day,
GiNNY dOLL 8" Carhop, uniform & Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. 310 Misc. For sale from South San Francisco
apron,cap, skates & tray. Original (650)726-4102
box.$15. (650)712-1070 Pet tAxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux ViNtAGe NAsh Cruisers Mens/ Wom- to Palo Alto.
500-600 biG Band-era 78's--most mint, Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
Free WOOdeN Bed frame, good condi- no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 $25. Call (650)349-6059. ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz in your local newspaper.
LeNNOx red Rose, Unused, hand tion pictures available (650)322-9598 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
$12.00. (650) 578 9208.
email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net bessY sMALL Evening Hand Bag With
316 clothes call (650)344-5200
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 WOMAN’s sKi Boots, Nordica, size 8
Free WOOdeN Cabinet 73"Wide,
MAdAMe ALexANder Doll 8", Rhett 16"Deep and 29"Wide. Built with 2X6 biFOLd shutters 2x28”x79 $10.00 5 bOxes male & female square dance $30 (650)592-2047.
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dition power cord/owners manual includ- (650)344-4756 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- hiP hOusiNG
NeW deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- FAux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
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0842 NeW tWiN Mattress set plus frame LiONeL WesterN Union Pass car and GeNuiNe LAdies Mink Fur Jacket, original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
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ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, NiAGArA VibrAtiNG Adjustable bed GOLF shOes, FootJoy, black & white
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good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- saddle, 91/2, good condition, $5;
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300 toys
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OFFice tYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid LuGGAGe, red, 21" NEW Samsonite KAYANO MeN’s Running shoes size 11 $59 - $150
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*Business Internet *Phone Answering
trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. (650) 787-9753
LAdies cLOthiNG, some w/tags.
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 *Conference Rooms *Offices
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AMericAN FLYer locomotive runs Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500 loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933 driVe 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
LAdies sequiN dress, blue, size XL, (650) 373-2000
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199.
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10 bay Area executive Offices
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bottom $25. (650)712-9962 (650) 578-9208 driVe deLuxe two button walker $10
OriGiNAL AMericAN Girl Doll - Molly,
(510)770-1976
complete with clothing, accessories, and
books $50. (650)515-1931.
seWiNG stOrAGe cabinet, Custom NeGriNi FeNciNG Epee mask size M
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95
MiNK stOLe - Excellent condition. Was 620 Automobiles
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MedLiNe exceL K1 Wheelchair fold-
1994 Mitsubishi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin
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303 electronics tAbLe 24"x48" folding legs each end. sLr LeNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 318 sports equipment
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
ANtAres dOLLArs Bill Changer ma- $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 15 sF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
chines never used for small bus. $95 trAiN-cOLOr PriNt by John Hugh Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4
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KiNdLe Fire 8 in. Case and Charger
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card Belmont (650)595-8855 WALL uNit/rOOM Divider. Simple ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call Like new. $70.00 (650)588-0842
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upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, eAstON ALuMiNuM bat.33 inches, 30
PANAsONic-39” Led TV,
(650)278-5776. oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
White WicKer Armoire, asking $100,
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ePiPhONe Les Paul 100th
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