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Tuesday • May 21, 2019 • XIX, Edition 231 www.smdailyjournal.com

City contribution expands child care services

Rare programs help services in San Mateo become more accessible, affordable
By Austin Walsh services and enrollment. Heather Stewart, a senior management ients. Following the initial allocation,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF The initiative is rare, as San Mateo is analyst with the community development about $1.4 million will be kept to continue
only one of two county cities where devel- department, said the first-of-its-kind contri- the program in a fund fueled by fees paid
Child care is becoming more accessible in opment fees are paid toward making child bution fuels hope for city officials looking from developers seeking to build new proj-
San Mateo through a loan program from care more available in an area facing a to expand the loan program over coming ects. San Mateo and South San Francisco are
city officials designed to assist providers severe shortage of such opportunities. years. the only cities in San Mateo County which
needing additional funding to expand their Peninsula Family Services, Beresford “We look forward to the future and being divert a portion of development contribu-
capacity. Montessori and St. Andrew’s Lutheran able to increase the available child care in tions to a financing mechanism benefiting
The San Mateo City Council doled out Church were awarded the city’s contribu- the city,” she said. child care services.
roughly $774,000 in funds collected from tion, which is expected to result in 86 new The money is available through a 0% The additional spaces generated through
development fees to local child care spaces, 16 of which will be affordable and interest, forgivable loan program designed
providers needing more money to increase reserved for low-income families. to limit the future financial burden on recip- See CARE, Page 18

Gov. wants
State would be first in nation to
offer government-funded care
to those in the country illegally
By Adam Beam

SACRAMENTO — Lilian Serrano’s

mother-in-law had lots of stomach prob-
lems, but she always blamed food.
Doctors at a San Diego-area clinic sus-
pected Genoveva Angeles might have
cancer, but they could not say for sure
People try and stay dry in downtown San Mateo during a rainstorm passing through the Bay Area.
because they did not have the equipment Gavin Newsom

Rare storm extends wet season See HEALTH, Page 18


The Bay Area over the weekend was

Ready to respond
hit by a rare storm that dumped more
than double the average rainfall for the
month of May and additional showers
are expected through Tuesday, accord-
in times of disaster
ing to the National Weather Service. Kevin Rose sets sights on preparation
At the San Francisco International By Anna Schuessler
Airport, 1.1 inches of rain were record- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
ed over the weekend, bringing the
monthly total to 1.88 inches, said Sept. 9, 2010, and July 6, 2013, are
Monterey-based meteorologist Steve two dates Kevin Rose can’t easily forget.
Anderson. That’s well above the May Representing the day a gas pipeline
average of just under 0.5 inches or explosion killed eight people in San
close to 400 percent of normal for the Bruno and the morning an Asiana air-
month. plane carrying more than 300 passen-
See RAIN, Page 19 See ROSE, Page 19 Kevin Rose
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Thought for the Day

“Originality does not consist in saying
what no one has ever said before, but in
saying exactly what you think yourself.”
— James Stephens, Irish poet and novelist

This Day in History

Amelia  Earhart  became  the  first

1932 woman to fly solo across the Atlantic
Ocean  as  she  landed  in  Northern
Ireland,  about  15  hours  after  leaving
In 1 5 4 2 , Spanish  explorer  Hernando  de  Soto  died  while
searching for gold along the Mississippi River.
In 1 8 6 3 , the Seventh-day Adventist Church was officially
In 1 8 6 8 , Ulysses S. Grant was nominated for president by
the Republican national convention in Chicago.
In 1 8 8 1 , Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross.
In 1 9 2 4 , in a case that drew much notoriety, 14-year-old
Bobby Franks was murdered in a “thrill killing” carried out
by University of Chicago students Nathan Leopold Jr. and
Richard Loeb (Bobby’s cousin).
In 1 9 2 7 , Charles  A.  Lindbergh  landed  his  Spirit  of  St.
Louis monoplane near Paris, completing the first solo air-
plane flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 33 1/2 hours.
In 1 9 4 1 , a  German  U-boat  sank  the American  merchant
steamship  SS  Robin  Moor  in  the  South Atlantic  after  the REUTERS
ship’s passengers and crew were allowed to board lifeboats. Cast member Vera Farmiga poses at a premiere for ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ in Los Angeles.
In 1 9 4 5 , actors Humphrey Bogart, 45, and Lauren Bacall,
20, were married at Malabar Farm in Lucas, Ohio (it was his
fourth marriage, her first, and would last until Bogart’s death In other news ...
in 1957). The  San  Gabriel  Valley  Tribune (MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD.)
In 1 9 7 2 , Michelangelo’s Pieta, on display at the Vatican,
Man pleads guilty to taking reported  Saturday  that  the  operation Brandon  Stark,  who  until  recently
was damaged by a hammer-wielding man who shouted he was lemur from California zoo also  led  to  the  confiscation  of appeared  happy  to  remain  a  mystic
Jesus Christ. SANTA ANA  —  Federal  prosecutors $38,000 in cash, five rifles, six hand- philosopher forever, instead becomes
In 1 9 7 9 , former  San  Francisco  City  Supervisor  Dan say a man has agreed to plead guilty to guns,  and  40  grams  of  fentanyl  at  an philosopher-king, Bran the Broken. 
White  was  convicted  of  voluntary  manslaughter  in  the stealing  a  ring-tailed  lemur  from  a Apple Valley auto body repair shop. Yet he doesn’t get to sit on the Iron
slayings  of  Mayor  George  Moscone  and  openly  gay Southern California zoo. Police  say  55-year-old  Manuel Throne  (a  dragon  melted  that)  or  rule
Supervisor Harvey Milk; outrage over the verdict sparked The U.S. attorney’s office says in a Gallardo of Apple Valley and 21-year- the Seven Kingdoms (his sister Sansa
rioting.  (White  was  sentenced  to  seven  years  and  eight news  release  that  19-year-old Aquinas old  Daniel  Gonzalez  of  Ontario  were broke  one  off  to  become  queen  of  an
months in prison; he ended up serving five years and com- Kasbar  of  Newport  Beach  agreed  to arrested on suspicion of possession of independent North.)
mitted suicide in 1985.) plead guilty to one misdemeanor count methamphetamine with intent to sell, And Daenerys Targaryen became the
of  unlawfully  taking  an  endangered transporting meth for sale and posses- last  of  the  show’s  many,  many  major
Birthdays species.
According to a plea agreement filed
sion of meth while armed.
Authorities  say  the  operation  43
character  deaths,   given 
Shakespearean send-off by Jon Snow,

Monday, prosecutors say Kasbar broke miles north of San Bernardino was part who  watched  her  burn  thousands  of

into the Santa Ana Zoo after hours on of  a  two-month  investigation  by innocents  and  believed  she  had
July  27,  2018,  cut  open  an  enclosure Alhambra and West Covina police into become a mad tyrant.  
and  took  a  32-year-old  lemur  named drug-trafficking by the Sinaloa cartel. “You are my queen, now and always,”
Isaac. Jon  says  to  Daenerys  as  he  shoves  a
The animal was placed in a container Fiery and icy feelings from dagger into her, giving her what may
with  no  ventilation  and  later  aban- fans as ‘Game of Thrones’ ends have  been  the  shortest  reign  of  any
doned  at  a  Newport  Beach  hotel  with monarch in Westeros.
notes  identifying  it  as  having  been LOS ANGELES  —  Fire  rained  down It  was  the  endgame  of  a  heel-turn
Actor Judge taken from the zoo. and heads came off. There was punish- from a week earlier that brought more
Former Sen. Al Actor Mr. T is 67.
Reinhold is 62. Media reported that Isaac wasn’t hurt ment, banishment and retribution. And fan outrage than any other moment in
Franken, D-Minn.,
and was returned home.  that was just from the fans.  the always provocative show. 
is 68.
A telephone listing for Kasbar could- “Game of Thrones” aired its 73rd and Actress  Emilia  Clarke,  who  plays
Rhythm-and-blues singer Ron Isley (The Isley Brothers) is final  episode  Sunday  night,  showing the  role  of  Daenerys,   told
78.  Rock  musician  Hilton  Valentine  (The  Animals)  is  76. n’t be located. He appears in court May
28. its gift for drawing record-setting num- Entertainment  Weekly  that  she  cried
Musician Bill Champlin is 72. Singer Leo Sayer is 71. Actress bers  of  viewers  and  for  leaving  those when she first read the script in 2017
Carol Potter is 71. Music producer Stan Lynch is 64. Actor-
director  Nick  Cassavetes  is  60. Actor  Brent  Briscoe  is  58.
Southern California police viewers  deeply  divided  about  the but defended the arc in the end, saying
results,  as  they  have  been  for  finales it  was  true  to  the  character  and  she
Actress Lisa Edelstein is 53. Actress Fairuza Balk is 45. Rock seize $1.25M of meth, arrest two from “Seinfeld” to “The Sopranos” to found her final moments “beautiful and
singer-musician Mikel Jollett (Airborne Toxic Event) is 45. APPLE VALLEY — California police “Lost.”  touching.” 
Rapper  Havoc  (Mobb  Deep)  is  45.  Rock  musician  Tony have  arrested  two  men  in  connection The  final  episode  of  “Game  of “Hopefully,  what  you’ll  see  in  that
LoGerfo (Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real) is 36. Actor with  the  seizure  of  500  pounds  of Thrones”  at  least  brought  some  clear last moment as she’s dying is: There’s
Sunkrish Bala is 35. Actor David Ajala is 33. Actress Ashlie methamphetamine  valued  at  $1. 25 winners, at least one clear loser and a the  vulnerability  —  there’s  the  little
Brillault  is  32.  Country  singer  Cody  Johnson  is  32. Actor million. major upset.    girl you met in season 1,” Clarke said.
Scott Leavenworth is 29. Actress Sarah Ramos is 28.


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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WRIRUPIRXURUGLQDU\ZRUGV 2 10 25 66 67 26 2 4 11 12 32 becoming partly cloudy. Breezy. A chance
of rain. Highs in the mid 50s to lower 60s.
EGRIT May 17 Mega Millions

Daily Four West winds 20 to 30 mph. Chance of rain

50 percent.
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Mega number
Daily 3 midday slight  chance  of  rain.  Lows  in  the  lower
NRKAC May 18 Super Lotto Plus 50s.
0 9 8 Wednes day : Sunny. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
14 22 27 28 36 20 Daily 3 evening Wednes day Ni g ht And Thurs day : Mostly clear. Lows in
the mid 50s. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
Mega number

4 4 8 Thurs day Ni g ht Thro ug h Fri day Ni g ht: Partly cloudy.

Lows in the mid 50s. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
The Daily Derby race winners are Lucky Star, No. 2, in
Saturday :  Mostly  cloudy.  Highs  in  the  upper  50s  to  mid
first place; Whirl Win, No. 6, in second place; and Gold 60s. 
Rush, No. 1, in third place. The race time was clocked
MIYOHL at 1:44.42.
Mo nday Ni g ht: A slight chance of rain in the evening,
then  rain  likely  after  midnight.  Lows  in  the  lower  50s.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • May 21, 2019 3

Man arrested for impersonating Police reports
Funny money
officer at Hillsdale Shopping Center A man attempted to purchase items with
counterfeit money on Main Street in
Redwood City, it was reported at 5:32
STAFF AND WIRE REPORT He fled before officers Grabovetsky had returned to a nearby busi-
arrived, but police were ness and they quickly took him into cus- p.m. Friday, May 10.
A 27-year-old man was arrested for able to obtain surveil- tody.
allegedly impersonating a police officer lance footage and shared Witnesses identified him as the suspect
and brandishing a handgun at two separate it with the public, even- from both incidents and a search of his
shopping centers in San Mateo on Sunday tually leading to the nearby home in San Mateo found addition- Arres t. A Ripon man was arrested on a
afternoon, police said. identification of al evidence, including a black replica $20,000 misdemeanor warrant for traffic
Allen Grabovetsky was arrested after Grabovetsky as the sus- handgun, police said. charges on Chess Drive, it was reported at
officers initially responded at 3:06 p.m. pect. He was arrested in 2010 when he was 19 11:17 p.m. Wednesday, May 5.
to the Hillsdale Shopping Center at 60 Allen Then shortly before 6 for impersonating a police officer in Burg l ary . Someone broke into a locked
31st Ave. on multiple reports of a man case and stole approximately $1,600 on
Grabovetsky p. m. , officers received Redwood City, Millbrae and Pacifica in
East Hillsdale Boulevard, it was reported at
with a gun in his waistband, according to reports of a similar case which he made illegal traffic stops while
police. at the nearby Laurelwood Shopping Center driving a dark pickup truck. 12:05 p.m. Wednesday, May 5.
Witnesses reported that the man had where a man had what looked like a black Grabovetsky was booked into county Grand theft. Someone stole $1,700 worth
allegedly waved what looked like a black handgun and said he was a member of the jail on suspicion of impersonating a pub- of miscellaneous items from a truck on
handgun at several people while saying he military, police said. lic officer and brandishing a replica Niantic Drive, it was reported at 7:58 a.m.
was an undercover police officer. While at the scene, officers learned that firearm, according to police. Wednesday, May 5.
Burg l ary . Someone smashed a vehicle
window and stole $8,500 worth of equip-
Plea deal for woman accused of running over officer’s foot ment on Bounty Drive, it was reported at
9:20 a.m. Tuesday, May 14.
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE vehicle and rolled down the window. The offi-
Comment on cer tried to move the piece of paper covering SAN CARLOS
A 29-year-old woman has pleaded no con- or share this story at the VIN, but Foster slapped the officer’s hand Burg l ary . Someone broke the rear driver’s
test to assault charges for driving over the away, then put the vehicle in reverse and side window and stole a bag containing a
foot of an officer who was writing her a park- www.smdailyjournal.com struck the officer with it, prosecutors said. laptop between 6:17 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. on
ing ticket last July in Daly City, San Mateo Foster then drove forward over the officer’s the 100 block of Industrial Road, it was
County prosecutors said Monday. at an expired meter next to the post office in foot and fled. The officer suffered a broken reported Wednesday, May 15.
Kimberly Foster, a Daly City resident, Daly City, according to the District foot and was unable to work for five months Burg l ary . Someone broke the front pas-
entered the plea Friday to felony assault with Attorney’s Office. because of the injury, according to the senger window on a vehicle on the 800
a deadly weapon with an enhancement for The vehicle identification number was District Attorney’s Office. block of Elm Street, it was reported between
causing great bodily injury and could face a covered by a piece of paper, and while the Investigators eventually identified Foster 10 a.m. May 14 and 9:30 a.m. May 15.
term of up to a year in county jail when she officer was looking at the car, Foster ran as the suspect and arrested her in San Burg l ary . Someone broke the front pas-
returns to court for sentencing on June 14, toward the officer and said not to write the Francisco. senger window and stole $560 worth of
prosecutors said. ticket, saying she had just left briefly to She remains in custody on $175,000 bail. items on the 300 block of Chestnut Street
The case occurred on July 18 when the offi- check her P.O. Box, prosecutors said. Her defense attorney was not immediately between 2:30 p.m. May 14 and 7 a.m. May
cer was writing a parking ticket for a vehicle Foster then got into the driver’s seat of the available to comment on the case. 15, it was reported Wednesday, May 15.

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Trial begins in challenge to Around the state

California judge censured
four abortion laws in Virginia
By Denise Lavoie
for trying to get ticket tossed
SAN FRANCISCO — California’s Commission on Judicial
Performance said Monday that it has imposed a severe public
censure on a Santa Cruz County judge who
ran a red light then tried to have the ticket
RICHMOND, Va. — A doctor testify- The commission said in a statement that
ing Monday in a lawsuit challenging Santa Cruz County Superior Court Judge
four abortion-restriction laws in
Ariadne J. Symons’ traffic violation came
Virginia said abortion is “one of the
after a history of disciplinary issues that
safest medical procedures that exist.”
were aggravating factors in its decision.
Dr. Mark Nichols, an
After Symons was caught on camera
obstetrician/gynecologist who worked
Ariadne driving through a red light in 2016, a
for years as the medical director of a
Symons ticket was sent to her husband because the
Planned Parenthood chapter in Oregon,
testified as the first witness for women’s car was registered to him. The judge
health groups who are suing Virginia helped her husband try to get the ticket dismissed, never
over laws they say are overly restrictive identifying herself as the driver, the commission said.
and limit access to abortion in the state. Symons also “misused the prestige of her office” by get-
Nichols, during cross-examination ting information from court personnel in connection with
by a lawyer for the state, acknowledged her husband’s court filing, it said.
that complications, though rare, do A public censure is the commission’s second-highest level
occur and sometimes require hospital- of discipline. It comes before removal from office.
ization. REUTERS
The trial in federal court in Richmond People walk during the March for Reproductive Freedom. Judge: Parents of dead West
began as the abortion debate intensifies The lawsuit also seeks to overturn month must undergo licensing require- Point cadet can use his sperm
nationwide. Several states have passed Virginia laws mandating that: ments. WEST POINT, N.Y. — The parents of a 21-year-old West
tough new anti-abortion laws, including • All second-trimester abortions must Lawyers for the women’s health Point cadet fatally injured in a skiing accident can use his
Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Ohio be performed at an outpatient surgical groups suing Virginia skipped their frozen sperm to produce a child, a judge
and Kentucky. hospital or general hospital. opening statement and began their case ruled while noting potential ethical con-
The Virginia laws being challenged • Women must get an ultrasound at by calling Nichols, who currently siderations.
include a physician-only measure that least 24 hours before the procedure. serves on the Planned Parenthood Supreme Court Justice John
bars nurse practitioners and physician’s • Abortion providers who provide five Federation of America’s national board Colangelo’s ruling, dated Thursday, gives
assistants from performing abortions. or more first-trimester abortions per of directors. Peter Zhu’s parents the ability to attempt
conception with a surrogate mother using
their late son’s sperm. The judge said
Zhu’s parents have not decided whether
Peter Zhu they will try to use it.
“At this time, the court will place no
restrictions on the use to which Peter’s parents may ulti-
mately put their son’s sperm, including its potential use for
procreative purposes,” Colangelo wrote.
Zhu, of Concord, California, died after a ski accident in
February at West Point. His parents received court permis-
sion to have his sperm retrieved and frozen at the same time
he underwent organ donation surgery, but the judge waited
until last week to rule on whether they could attempt repro-
duction. The sperm is preserved at a sperm bank.
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Fifth migrant child dies after detention by border agents
By Nomaan Merchant arms,” he said. “We see this callous disre-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gard for brown, Spanish-speaking chil-
HOUSTON — A 16-year-old Guatemala John Sanders, CBP’s acting commission-
migrant who died Monday in U.S. custody er, said in a statement that his agency was
had been held by immigration authorities “saddened by the tragic loss of this young
for six days — twice as long as federal law man and our condolences are with his fami-
generally permits. ly.”
The teenager, identified by U.S. Customs “CBP is committed to the health, safety
and Border Protection as Carlos Gregorio and humane treatment of those in our cus-
Hernandez Vasquez, was the fifth minor from tody,” Sanders said.
Guatemala to die after being apprehended by Border Patrol agents said Carlos was
U.S. border agents since December. apprehended on May 13 in South Texas’ Rio
Advocates demanded that President Grande Valley after crossing the border ille-
Donald Trump’s administration act to safe- gally. He was taken to the agency’s central
guard the lives of children in detention as processing center in McAllen, Texas, a con-
border crossings surge and the U.S. Border verted warehouse where hundreds of adults
Patrol detains thousands of families at a and children are held in large, fenced-in
time in overcrowded facilities, tents, and pens and sleep on mats.
outdoor spaces. CBP said Carlos was processed as a minor
“We should all be outraged and demand unaccompanied by a parent or legal
that those responsible for his well-being be guardian. Federal law and CBP’s guidelines
held accountable,” said Efren Olivares, a generally require that unaccompanied youth
REUTERS lawyer with the Texas Civil Rights Project. be transferred within three days to a facility
Honduran asylum seeker Suelen and 4-year-old daughter Breanna board a bus with fellow “If these were white children that were operated by the U.S. Department of Health
migrant families recently released from detention in McAllen, Texas. dying at this rate, people would be up in and Human Services.

Fight erupts at conference of local California officials

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday at the Renaissance Indian Wells Altamirano standing nearby with a facial ment on who did it or why. Altamarino
Resort & Spa in the Coachella Valley city of injury. required stitches for a gashed lip, the lawyer
INDIAN WELLS — A brawl involving Indian Wells. Soria said he and Altamirano were then said.
officials of a small Southern California city Riverside County sheriff’s Deputy Mike attacked from behind by two individuals he Councilman Hugo Argumedo told KABC-
erupted at a weekend conference for local Vasquez told the Los Angeles Times seven did not name. Soria said he would press TV he heard Mendoza hit the ground and
government officials, but what happened people were involved in an “altercation and charges after a full law enforcement investi- rushed over, only to have Altamirano come
remained unclear Monday amid conflicting physical battery” and one person was hos- gation. at him.
accounts. pitalized for minor injuries, but there were Mendoza, who suffered cuts to the back of “I believe he threw a punch at me, ”
The city of Commerce, a small municipal- no arrests. his head and face, told the Times he had a Argumedo said.
ity in Los Angeles County, tweeted that it Commerce Mayor John Soria said in a heated exchange with Altamirano when He also said the mayor was not telling the
had been made aware “of reports of a con- statement to the Times that he went to Altamirano interrupted a conversation. truth.
frontation between some city officials that defuse a potential conflict between two City Mendoza said he then was struck from “I speak only because I heard the mayor
took place outside of the city’s jurisdiction” Council colleagues, Leonard Mendoza and behind and awakened in a hospital. make complete false statements, and his
but had no further comment because it was- Ivan Altamirano. Altamirano’s attorney, Mike Zweiback, statements were more to support the narra-
n’t clear what happened. Soria said he found Mendoza on the told Southern California News Group his tive that they want to push, which is
The fight occurred around 12:30 a.m. ground apparently unconscious and client was attacked but he declined to com- wrong,” Argumedo told the station.
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6 Tuesday • May 21, 2019 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Around the nation

Judge sides with Congress
over Trump in demands for records
WASHINGTON — A federal judge ruled against President
Donald Trump on Monday in a financial records dispute with
Congress and said lawmakers should get the documents they
have subpoenaed. Trump called it a “crazy” decision that his
lawyers would appeal.
The ruling by U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta comes amid
a widespread effort by the White House and Trump’s attor-
neys to refuse to cooperate with congressional requests for
information and records. Earlier Monday, Trump directed
former White House counsel Don McGahn to defy a con-
gressional subpoena that had compelled McGahn, a pivotal
figure in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, to
testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
In ruling that Trump cannot block the financial records
subpoena, Mehta said the Democratic-led House Oversight
and Reform Committee had “valid legislative purposes” for
its request and that it was not for him “to question whether
the Committee’s actions are truly motivated by political
considerations.” The committee has said the records will
help it consider whether to strengthen ethics and disclosure
laws, among other things, said Mehta, who was nominated
to the bench by President Barack Obama.

Texas transgender woman REUTERS

who was beaten in video found dead Lori Lightfoot celebrates after being sworn in as Chicago’s 56th Mayor by Judge Susan E. Cox during an inauguration ceremony
DALLAS — A transgender woman was found slain in a at Wintrust Arena in Chicago.
Dallas street over the weekend, authorities said, a month
after a cellphone video showed her being brutally beaten in
a separate case police said they investigated as a hate crime.
Muhlaysia Booker, 23, was found face-down early
First black woman sworn in as
Saturday after Dallas police officers were called following
reports of shots being fired. She was pronounced dead at the
Chicago mayor; vows reforms
Booker died from “homicidal violence,” police Maj. By Michael Tarm violence would be among her top pri- political insider to become the first
Vincent Weddington said. He did not elaborate on her death. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS orities. Hours later, she signed an black woman and openly gay person
No suspect has been identified. executive order limiting aldermanic elected to lead Chicago, signaled days
Democratic contenders for the 2020 presidential nomina- CHICAGO — Lori Lightfoot told prerogative, a custom that allows before her inauguration that she’s
tion mourned Booker’s death Monday. Former Texas Rep. each alderman to direct zoning and serious about transforming the
aldermen and other city powerbrokers
Beto O’Rourke tweeted that “trans women of color across period decisions in their ward. 13,000-officer force by appointing
assembled at her inauguration
America deserve better” and said justice must be served. Among her toughest challenges — top staffers with histories as strong
Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg also Monday as Chicago’s first black
woman mayor that she meant what and perhaps the one most scrutinized police-reform advocates.
called for action. by those outside the city — will be
she said on the campaign trail about Even with court backing, Lightfoot
Andrea, Atlantic season’s top-to-bottom reforms in the nation’s overhauling the beleaguered Chicago faces obstacles to enacting the mean-
third largest city. Police Department. ingful changes that protesters sought
first named subtropical storm, forms “For years, they’ve said Chicago Lightfoot isn’t the first incoming after the 2015 release of video of a
MIAMI — Subtropical storm Andrea, the first named ain’t ready for reform, ” said Chicago mayor to have pledged to white officer shooting black teenager
storm of the Atlantic season, has formed hundred miles Lightfoot, speaking minutes after her overhaul a department accused for Laquan McDonald 16 times.
southwest of Bermuda. swearing-in at the Wintrust Arena. decades of abuses. But with a court- “I believe she’s a true reformer,”
The National Hurricane Center on Monday tweeted that “Well, get ready, because reform is monitored plan, or consent decree, said Phil Turner, who like Lightfoot,
Andrea had a “well-defined center” with maximum sustained here.” recently approved by U.S. District is a former federal prosecutor in
winds of about 40 mph. It said in an advisory Monday She spoke about curtailing some Judge Robert Dow, she has the best Chicago. “But there’s a difference
evening that the storm is centered about 335 miles south- powers of city council members to chance of actually getting it done. between trying to reform police and
west of Bermuda in the western Atlantic and moving north- lessen temptations for corruption and Lightfoot, who made history in reality. She is up against a lot of
ward at 14 mph. that structural changes to reduce gun April when she defeated a longtime entrenched forces.”


Yvonne Alleman
August 12, 1937 - May 29, 2018
It is with great sadness that the family of Yvonne Alleman
announces her passing after an illness, on Tuesday, 29 May
2018, at the age of 80 years. Yvonne passed away at home in
Placerville, surrounded by loved ones.
Yvonne was born on 12 August 1937 in Fairview, Alberta,
Canada, the youngest of four children in a homesteading
family. Immigrating to California in 1952 with her parents,
she became a naturalized American citizen in 1954. She was
a member of the first graduating class of Carlmont High
School in Belmont, California. She graduated from St. Luke’s School of Nursing
in San Francisco and began working as a nurse on the peninsula. She married
Lawrence Edward Alleman, a fellow Carlmont graduate. Yvonne and Larry began
their marriage moving around the United States following Larry’s Air Force orders
for several years. They eventually settled in Half Moon Bay, California and started
a family. Yvonne loved her 12 years in Half Moon Bay. She was very involved in
her children’s activities, helped to start the first auxiliary group at the Moss Beach
Hospital and was on the organizing committee of the first Pumpkin Festivals. One year
Yvonne single-handedly hosted a Thanksgiving dinner for dozens of residents of the
Village Retirement Community. She loved to host get-togethers in her large backyard.
Relocating to San Carlos, Yvonne continued to be very involved with her daughters’
activities including San Carlos Bobby Sox, St. Matthew’s parent group (including the
infamous Hot Dog Moms) and Notre Dame High School chairing their auction one
year. Often heard to say “No blood? No bones? You’re going to school,” her children
had excellent attendance. In later years, Yvonne worked at Sequoia High School as an
aide in English as second language classes; she loved every minute. She traveled with
her daughters to Disneyland, Hawaii, Mexico, Hong Kong, and England. Yvonne and
Larry retired to Placerville, California in 2003. Yvonne loved her family, Christmas,
angel pins, library books, sunflowers, Judge Judy, Jamoca Almond Fudge ice cream
and musicals especially Les Misérables.
Yvonne is survived by her husband of 56 years, Larry, the love of her life, and her
daughters Debbie (Aurelio) Julie (Nino) and Kerrie (Vanessa). She will be tremendously
missed by her grandchildren Allie, Jacob, Zach, and Luke. She is predeceased by her
son, Douglas, her parents Katherine and Robert Van Hook and her siblings Robert,
Isobel, and Gladys.
A celebration of Yvonne’s life will be held on Wednesday, 29 May 2019 at 1 pm at
Skylawn Memorial Park. All are invited to join the family for a reception afterward.
Yvonne, Mom, Nana, Auntie Y - You will be in our hearts and memories forever.
Thank you for loving us so much!
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In Pennsylvania, Trump touts 2020 chances, swipes at Biden
By Darlene Superville quote, ‘save the world,”’ Trump said. “Well,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS he was. He was going to save every country
but ours.”
MONTOURSVILLE, Pa. — President Biden said Monday in Nashville,
Donald Trump voiced confidence Monday in Tennessee, that he was running on a pledge
his ability to win Pennsylvania in 2020 and to restore the soul of the country. He has fre-
took a new swipe at one of his leading quently talked on the campaign trail about
Democratic rivals, telling rallygoers in the the president’s divisive rhetoric and said
state that native son Joe Biden had aban- another four years of Trump would “funda-
doned them by representing Delaware in the mentally change the character of this
Senate. nation.”
The president’s visit to Pennsylvania, Trump, who spoke in the open air with Air
intended to boost Republican congression- Force One behind him, highlighted the
al candidate Fred Keller’s prospects over economy’s performance under his leader-
Democrat Marc Friedenberg in a Tuesday ship and suggested those numbers would
special election for an open seat, had as make him virtually unbeatable.
much to do with helping his own chance for “Politics is a crazy world, but when you
reelection as it did with pushing Keller over have the best employment numbers in his-
the finish line. tory, when you have the best unemploy-
“We’ve got to win tomorrow, Fred, ” ment numbers in history ... I don’t know,
Trump told a cheering rally crowd at a pri- how the hell do you lose this election,
vate hangar at Williamsport Regional right?” Trump said. The current unemploy-
Airport. ment rate of 3.6% is actually the lowest
Trump’s visit to the key battleground REUTERS since 1969, when it stood at 3. 5%.
state also came two days after Biden held a Donald Trump addresses a Trump 2020 re-election campaign rally in Montoursville, Penn. Unemployment was even lower than that in
campaign rally in Philadelphia, and the for- there, of deserting his state by representing n’t take care of you,” Trump said. the early 1950s, and much lower, under 2%,
mer vice president wasn’t far from Trump’s Delaware in the Senate. Biden moved to He also referred to the former vice presi- during three years of World War II.
mind. neighboring Delaware with his family as a dent by the nickname he had coined for him: Keller himself offered a rousing endorse-
The president accused Biden, who was boy. “Sleepy Joe.” ment of Trump, saying he wants to go to
born in Pennsylvania and has long ties “He left you for another state, and he did- “Sleepy Joe said that he’s running to, Congress to be a vote for Trump.

Packing his bags: Trump plans jet-setting summer of travel

By Zeke MIller and Jill Colvin into 2020, with an itinerary that will see Air season and a fluke of the global summit cal- such trips will help presidents look more
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Force One fly more than 36,000 miles — endar. “presidential.”
almost 1.5 times the earth’s circumference It will play out as an array of foreign chal- A stream of television footage of Trump
WASHINGTON — Four days in Tokyo. — not counting helicopter trips and motor- lenges, from Venezuela to North Korea and with foreign leaders “makes him look like
Then it’s off to see Queen Elizabeth before a cades. Iran, confronts a president who ran on an he is the one directing the country, a con-
jaunt to Normandy, France, and perhaps The flurry of international travel is a isolationist “America First” platform. trast with the Democrats,” Zelizer said.
time in Ireland. marked change of pace for a president who “When things are hot in Washington, Trump is set to depart Friday for a four-day
A return trip to Japan? Why not. And likes to sleep in his own bed and rarely there’s an appeal to going abroad, being state visit to Japan, where he will be the
throw in Seoul. Then it’s back to France for strays far from the White House unless it’s diplomatic, meeting with overseas leaders” first world leader to meet with the country’s
President Donald Trump for a summit with to his own properties. The packed calendar and redirecting media attention, said Julian new emperor. He plans to hold a joint news
world leaders. is the product of both a concerted attempt Zelizer, a history professor at Princeton conference with Prime Minster Shinzo Abe
The homebody president is preparing for by Trump to wrap himself in the trappings University. He said White Houses often and present a trophy at a sumo wrestling
a jet-setting summer of travel as he heads of the presidency heading into re-election hope that the images beamed home from tournament.
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Trump team to brief Congress on Iran THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “We’ll see what happens,” Trump told
reporters Monday as he left the White
WASHINGTON — As questions mount House for a campaign rally. He said Iran
over President Donald Trump’s tough talk has been “very hostile.”
on Iran, top national security officials are “We have no indication that anything’s
heading to Capitol Hill to brief Congress. happened or will happened, but if it does,
But skeptical Democrats have asked for a it will be met, obviously, with great
second opinion. force, ” Trump said. “We’ll have no
The competing closed-door sessions choice.”
Tuesday, unusual and potentially polariz- Trump said while there are no talks with
ing, come after weeks of escalating ten- Iran he still wants to hear from them, “if
sions in the Persian Gulf that have raised they’re ready.”
alarms over a possible military confronta- Over the past several weeks the U.S. has
tion with Iran. Lawmakers are warning the sent an aircraft carrier and other resources
Trump administration it cannot take the to the Persian Gulf region, and evacuated
country into war without approval from non-essential personnel from Iraq, amid
Congress, and the back-to-back briefings unspecified threats the administration says
show the wariness among Democrats, and are linked to Iran.
some Republicans, over the White House’s The administration is sending Secretary
sudden policy shifts in the Middle East. of State Mike Pompeo, Acting Defense
Trump, veering between bombast and Secretary Patrick Shanahan and other top
conciliation in his quest to contain Iran, brass, including Gen. Joseph Dunford, the
REUTERS threatened Monday to meet provocations chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff, for
A Sea Hawk helicopter transports cargo from the fast combat support ship USNS Arctic to the by Iran with “great force,” but also said closed-door briefings Tuesday with both
U. S. aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln during a replenishment-at-sea in Arabian Sea. he’s willing to negotiate. the House and Senate.

Reports: Iran quadruples production of enriched uranium

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS foreign minister traded threats and taunts for a power plant but far below what’s need- drone attack on an oil pipeline in Saudi
on Twitter. ed for an atomic weapon. Arabia; and U.S. diplomats relayed a warn-
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran quadrupled its ura- Iranian officials made a point to stress But by increasing production, Iran soon ing that commercial airlines could be
nium-enrichment production capacity amid that the uranium would be enriched only to will go beyond the stockpile limitations misidentified by Iran and attacked, some-
tensions with the U.S. over Tehran’s atom- the 3.67% limit set under the 2015 nuclear set by the accord. Tehran has set a July 7 thing dismissed by Tehran.
ic program, nuclear officials said Monday, deal with world powers, making it usable deadline for Europe to come up with new A rocket landed Sunday near the U.S.

just after President Donald Trump and Iran’s terms for the deal, or it will enrich closer to Embassy in the Green Zone of Iraq’s capital
weapons-grade levels in a Middle East of Baghdad, days after nonessential U.S.
already on edge. The Trump administration staff were ordered to evacuate from diplo-
has deployed bombers and an aircraft carri- matic posts in the country. No one was
er to the region over still-unspecified reported injured. Iraqi military spokesman
threats from Iran. Brig. Gen. Yahya Rasoul told the
Already this month, officials in the Associated Press that the rocket was
United Arab Emirates alleged that four oil believed to have been fired from eastern
tankers were damaged in a sabotage attack; Baghdad, an area home to Iran-backed
Yemeni rebels allied with Iran launched a Shiite militias.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday • May 21, 2019 9

Letters to the editor ‘Sweet Home Alabama’
n 1974, the southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynard,
came out with the song, “Sweet Home
and therefore does not need the Alabama.”Along with the album, “Second Helping,”
Memorial Day Stop the ads on which it debuted, it quickly gained popularity. One of
adjustments for urban effects that
remembrance Editor,
provide the opportunity to adjust
the song’s lines highlighted a controversy swirling
Pharmaceutical companies spend around in the rock ’n’ roll world at the time, namely, accu-
Editor, the historical temperature record.  sations made against the south by Neil Young in
We never know how much a treas- millions maybe billions on TV ads.
This has to add to the cost of medi- Man has always preferred warmer “Southern Man.” Neil’s song came out in 1970. Ronnie
ured life means until the goodness temperatures; we settled Greenland, Van Zant, who wrote the lyrics to “Sweet Home Alabama,”
and light of that life are no longer cine. The ads are annoying and dis-
turbing. They can lead to self- and and later had the Renaissance in was declaring to Mr. Young and anyone else of his ilk to
with us. On Memorial Day each year stay out of the south’s business. Today, Alabama is again
we take a moment to remember and often misdiagnosis. It is my doc- warmer times, but had the Black
tor’s job to be informed and tell me Death, and the pilgrims almost per- gaining recognition, not because of a song, but because
pay our respects to the men and of a far more weighty issue. Legislative action taken to
women in our military who have what I need. ished during the Little Ice Age.
Congress needs to pass a bill to ban abortions in most every case has made headlines all
given up their lives in the service of over the country.
our country. This year it would also ban all pharmaceutical ads. They did
it with tobacco and alcohol, so they Although the legislation was
be fitting to remember the lives of Bob Cohen
can do it with pharmaceutical com- signed by Alabama Gov. Kay
21-year-old Riley Howell and 18- Menlo Park Ivey last Wednesday, after pass-
year-old Kendrick Castillo who laid panies. They need to be strong, give
up those campaign donations and do ing overwhelmingly through
down their young lives less than a both chambers of their state’s
month ago in defense of their class- something for the people. Call your
mates in school shootings in Congress reps. Tell them if they Mueller report government, it will not imme-
really want to bring RX diately take effect. In fact,
Charlotte, North Carolina, and sub- Editor,
prices down, start by eliminating according to a lawyer with
urban Denver. I’m responding to Art Gonzalez’s Alabama’s Pro-Life Coalition,
May the bravery and courage of the ads.
May 15 response “Democrats’ agen- Eric Johnston, they expect it to
our fallen veterans and the selfless da” to Virgil Steven’s May 10 letter be held up in the courts with the
acts of Riley Howell and Kendrick to the editor (“The Democrats agen- ultimate goal of it being taken
Castillo strengthen and encourage us Leota McLean
in all the days ahead. Redwood City da”). There are specific House before the U.S. Supreme Court. Matt Grocott
Democrats whose offices are right “We hope the bill will go
down the hall from the room where through the courts and be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme
Michael Traynor Court to test the basis of the Roe v. Wade decision that
Climate change the un-redacted copy of the Mueller
unborn children are not persons within the meaning of the
Editor, report is located. They have the U.S. Constitution.”
Eliana Armstrong’s May 20 letter right to view the entire un-redacted While Alabama’s law goes further with its restrictions
Are we becoming “The truth about CO2” falls short of version if they sign the declaration on abortion than any other state, they are not alone in the
facts. She claims to be a scientist not to reveal what they’ve read. Why kind of action they have taken. As reported in this news-
more complacent but does not mention her back- won’t any of them do that, because paper over the weekend, Missouri and Louisiana are soon
with school shootings? ground. then they can’t talk about it and to pass similar laws, joining Kentucky, Ohio, Georgia and
Editor, I am also a scientist, an oceanog- Mississippi, where similar legislation has already passed.
all’s they want to really do is keep it
A news banner appears at the cor- rapher and certified consulting mete- In the case of Missouri, they are not targeting their
orologist. I know that the 97 per- in the news so people will think
ner of my laptop screen: “One stu- actions at an eventual Supreme Court case. Their stated
cent consensus has been repeated there’s something being hidden.  goal is straightforward and simple. They want to save the
dent has died after a shooting at a
enough to make people believe it to Write or call your House represen- lives of unborn children.
Colorado school.” I glance at the
notification and return to reading be true, but it is, in fact, a lie which tative and ask them to go sign and In the case of Louisiana, perhaps what is most notable
about President Johnson’s Great has been rebutted.  read if they really want to know. is that their governor, John Bel Edwards, is a Democrat.
Society programs for my upcoming The Cook study attempted to sur- Nevertheless, he is pledging to sign a bill when it comes
high school junior year exam. vey 10,000 scientists, yet the Michael J. Perkins to his desk despite great pressure from his party not to do
Wait, what did I just do? A year ago author whittled the number of so. His decision is from personal conviction. During his
responses to 77 people (not scien- Redwood City wife’s pregnancy with their daughter Samantha, the couple
I was repeatedly calling my repre-
sentatives and urging them to push tists!) to meet their agenda. There is was informed that their child had spina bifida, a serious
harder for effective gun control leg- no consensus on whether the warm- birth defect where the spine and spinal cord do not proper-
islation. Feelings of shame came ing which occurred recently, since Alabama abortion law ly develop. They were advised to have an abortion. They
over me as I realized that I have 1970, is anthropogenic. Certainly Editor, chose not to do so and completed the pregnancy. Today
become impervious to the violence. the warming occurring since the their daughter is nearly 30 years old, is married and works
I see Alabama has a new anti-abor-
The only thing scarier than school Little Ice Age, since about 1850, is as a school counselor. At the time of their decision, the
not CO2 related. tion law. Again, I note that the
shootings is our desensitization to risk levels of spina bifida were far less known by the med-
Similar warming has occurred pre- woman and doctor are criminalized, ical profession and the option of an operation within the
them. And it seems to be happening
viously, in the 1930s, for example, but where is the punishment for the womb was non-existent.
right now. None of the eight school
shootings that have occurred this when most of the high temperature man (co-conspirator)? Why are men, One may ask, why are so many states suddenly taking
year — even the major one at UNC records in the United States were set. who are at least 50 percent responsi- action on abortion? One reason is not unlike what is stat-
— have stayed on headlines for more That was well before any increase in ble for the birth, not included for ed above regarding medical knowledge. As in the case of
than a couple of days. CO2. punishment? birth deformities, far less was known about child develop-
Before it is too late, we need to The historical record in ice cores I also wonder how the state of ment in the womb than is understood today. In fact, in
become aware of how desensitized confirms that each time there were many of the states where laws prohibiting abortion are
Alabama plans to monitor all
we have become. We need to be talk- large fluctuations in temperature and being written, a key factor is when the developing child’s
CO2, temperature increased first, women constantly to assure no one heartbeat can be detected. That is typically six to seven
ing more about these shootings. avoids the law? I’m sure Alabama
Only then can we realize the full then CO2. In other words, tempera- weeks into a pregnancy.
magnitude of violent world we live ture increases cause increases in has a low level of poverty and pro- Another medical factor that can be a part of the debate
in now and make effective change. CO2, not the other way around. grams for child welfare that are the has to do with the ability of the unborn child to feel pain.
I suggest you look at NOAA’s model for the rest of the country. Studies as recent as 10 years ago were fairly certain that a
Climate Reference Network which child within the womb could not feel pain until at least 20
Annie Ma since 2004 has shown no warming, weeks of development. However, more recent studies have
Cupertino apart from the 2016 El Niño Bob Krainz indicated that as early as 15 weeks, the fetus can feel pain.
event. That data is in pristine areas, Belmont It is why as standard procedure, if an operation is per-
formed on a unborn child, anesthesia is administered prior
to surgery.
OUR MISSION: At the top of this column I shared about Ronnie Van
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most Zant’s writing of  “Sweet Home Alabama” and his jab at
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for
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Stocks fall as Huawei ban prompts sell-off

By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 25,751.71
The U.S. decision to ban technology Low: 25,560.55
sales to China’s Huawei hammered the tech Close: 25,679.90
sector, particularly chipmakers. About one-
Change: -84.10
third of Huawei’s suppliers are American
chipmakers and investors are worried that
the action against Huawei could crimp sales
for companies with revenue heavily tied to S&P 500: 2840.23 -19.30
China. NYSE Index: 12,616.80 -40.83
Apple also skidded after an analyst warned Nasdaq: 7702.38 -113.91
that the iPhone maker’s growth prospects
could dim as the U.S. and China continue to NYSE MKT: 2550.62 -1.08
spar over trade. Russell 2000: 1524.96 -10.80
The Huawei ban is adding more anxiety to Wilshire 5000: 29,318.07 -203.54
a market worried about further escalations in
the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Both sides have recently gone back and 10-Yr Bond: 2.41 +0.02
forth raising additional tariffs on each Oil (per barrel): 63.14 +0.38
other’s goods. The uncertainty has put a Gold : 1,277.60 +1.90
dent in investor confidence over how
Washington and Beijing will resolve their
dispute, pulling stocks lower the last two
weeks. Apple was the biggest drag on the Dow. because they are beholden to China’s ruling losses. Alphabet Inc. , Google’s parent
“The news that has filtered out of the The technology heavy Nasdaq composite Communist Party. company, slid 2.1% after it indicated that it
(Trump) administration is that talks have slid 113.91 points, or 1.5%, to 7,702.38. Qualcomm, which gets about 65% of its would have to cut some features on Huawei
stalled,” said Quincy Krosby, chief market The Russell 2000 index of small company revenue from China, slumped 6%. smartphones. Other communications
strategist at Prudential Financial. stocks gave up 10.80 points, or 0.7%, to Broadcom, which gets nearly half of its rev- stocks also fell. Facebook dropped 1.4%
“Nonetheless, the market has held up fairly 1,524.96. enue from China, also fell 6%. Intel dropped and Comcast gave up 1.7%.
well given the desire by the market to see a Major stock indexes in Europe closed 3% and Xilinx slid 3.6%. An S&P index that American Airlines had the steepest
deal consummated.” broadly lower. measures the performance of chip and chip decline among major airlines after Morgan
The S&P 500 has fallen 3.6% so far this Bond prices fell. The yield on the 10-year equipment makers fell nearly 4%. Stanley warned that it faces higher labor
month, taking a bit of the shine off a stellar Treasury rose to 2.42% from 2.39% late Apple fell 3.1% after analysts at HSBC costs on top of higher fuel costs. The stock
start to the year. The index is still up 13.3% Friday. cut their price target on the stock, citing slid 2.5%.
year to date. Chipmakers led the way lower Monday as renewed risk in the company’s growth Banks, utilities and energy companies
On Monday, the S&P 500 lost 19.30 traders weighed the implications from the prospects in China and the potential impact eked out gains.
points, or 0.7%, to 2,840.23. U.S. ban on technology sales to Huawei. from tariffs. HSBC noted that Apple compa- Traders bid up shares in T-Mobile and
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell The U.S. government says that Chinese ny could be forced to raise prices, which Sprint, betting that the telecom companies
84. 10 points, or 0. 3%, to 25, 679. 90. suppliers, including Huawei and its smaller could hurt demand. could be closer to completing their $26.5
rival, ZTE Corp., pose an espionage threat Other technology companies also took billion merger.

FCC chairman backs T-Mobile Business briefs

Sprint deal in key endorsement The company did not say when Dressbarn
NEW YORK — A key federal regulator says will shut all its stores. Dressbarn employs
he backs T-Mobile’s $26.5 billion takeover about 6,800 people.
of rival wireless carrier Sprint, a crucial step After the news was announced Monday,
for the deal’s approval. shares of Ascena Retail Group Inc. rose 2.6%
Federal Communications Commission to $1.17 in extended trading. Shares of the
Chairman Ajit Pai said Monday he supported Mahwah, New Jersey-based company are
the deal because the two companies prom- down more than 50% so far this year.
ised to expand mobile internet access in rural
areas and roll out 5G , the next generation of Blue Apron latest to
mobile networks.
While Pai’s backing is important, further suffer in tough meal kit market
steps remain. The full commission of three Meal kit companies face an ultimatum:
Republicans and two Democrats must still Adapt or die.
vote, and the Justice Department must also The business is still in its infancy, with
clear the deal. State attorneys general may the biggest players — Blue Apron and
also move against the combination. HelloFresh — less than a decade old. But
Pai said Monday that the combination will they’re facing serious challenges from REUTERS
help bring faster mobile broadband to rural restaurant and grocery delivery services, A Ford Motor assembly worker works on a Ford Mustang vehicle at the Ford Motor Flat Rock
Americans. smaller niche players and even home chefs. Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Mich.
The struggle intensified Monday, when
Women’s clothing chain
Dressbarn to close all its 650 stores
Blue Apron announced that it could be delist-
ed from the New York Stock Exchange
because its closing share price has been
Ford cutting 7K white-collar jobs
NEW YORK — Dressbarn, the women’s lower than $1 since early May. The compa- By Tom Krisher employees left the company voluntarily
clothing chain that’s been around for nearly ny’s share price closed down 8% Monday to THE ASSOCIATED PRESS since the restructuring began last year,
60 years, is closing all 650 of its stores. 68 cents. some taking buyouts. About 300 have
The company’s chief financial officer, New York-based Blue Apron said it will try DETROIT — Ford is cutting about 7,000 been laid off already, with another 500
Steven Taylor, said Dressbarn has not been to raise its stock price with a reverse stock white-collar jobs, which would make up layoffs starting this week.
operating at an “acceptable level of prof- split, which will be subject to a vote of its 10% of its global workforce. Most of Ford’s white-collar workers are
itability in today’s retail environment.” shareholders at the company’s annual meet- The company has said it was undertaking in and around the company’s Dearborn,
Its owner, Ascena Retail Group Inc., says ing on June 13. a major restructuring, and on Monday said Michigan, headquarters.
it wants to focus on its more profitable Subscription-based meal kit companies that it will have trimmed thousands of jobs It’s the second set of layoffs for Detroit-
brands. Ascena also owns Ann Taylor, Lane face numerous problems. For one, they by August. area automakers, even though the compa-
Bryant and other clothing stores. appeal to a small population. The company said that the plan will save nies are making healthy profits. Sales in
about $600 million per year by eliminat- the U.S., where the automakers get most of
ing bureaucracy and increasing the number their revenue, have fallen slightly but still
of workers reporting to each manager. are strong.
In the U.S. about 2,300 jobs will be cut In November, General Motors
through buyouts and layoffs. About 1,500 announced it would shed up to 14, 000
already have happened. About 500 workers workers as it cut expenses to prepare for a
will be let go this week. shift to electric and autonomous vehicles.
In a memo to employees, Monday, CEO The layoffs included closure of five facto-
Jim Hackett said the fourth wave of the ries in the U.S. and Canada and cuts of
restructuring will start on Tuesday, with another 8,000 white-collar workers world-
the majority of cuts being finished by May wide. About 5,000 blue-collar positions
24. were cut, but most of laid-off factory work-
“To succeed in our competitive industry, ers in the U.S. will be placed at other
and position Ford to win in a fast-charging plants mainly that build trucks and SUVs.
future, we must reduce bureaucracy, empow- Both companies have said the cuts are
er managers, speed decision making and needed to prepare for the future, because
focus on the most valuable work, and cost the companies face huge capital expendi-
cuts,” Hackett’s wrote. tures to update their current vehicles and
In the U. S. about 1, 500 white-collar develop them for the future.
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Game 6 bruised but not beaten
Tuesday • May 21, 2019

Back to the big dance

By Anne M. Peterson
Warriors 119, Trail Blazers 117, OT
the Eastern Conference finals between reach five straight finals since the
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Warriors Toronto and Milwaukee. The Bucks Boston Celtics went to 10 in a row
swept their way to a fifth straight NBA lead that series 2-1 with Game 4 on from 1957-66.
Finals, getting triple-doubles from Tuesday night in Canada. Damian Lillard, playing with sepa-
Stephen Curry and Draymond Green in The Warriors erased another big rated ribs, had 28 points and 12 assists
a 119-117 overtime victory over the deficit, coming back from 17 down for Portland. He missed a 3-point
Portland Trail Blazers Monday night. after erasing an 18-point deficit in attempt as time ran out in the extra
Green had 18 points, 14 rebounds Game 3 and a 17-point hole in Game 2. period. Meyers Leonard added a career-
and 11 assists, and made a key 3-point- “We’ve been here before. We’ve seen high 30 points along with 12
er in overtime. Curry added 37 points, everything, every experience you can rebounds.
12 rebounds and 11 assists. He and imagine. So we relied on that,” Curry The Warriors were up 114-113 in the
Green became the first teammates to said. extra period after Green missed the
TROY WAYRYNEN/USA TODAY SPORTS have triple-doubles in the same play- Playing without Kevin Durant,
Draymond Green celebrates after defeating the Blazers in Game 4 off game. Andre Iguodala and DeMarcus Cousins,
of the Western Conference finals Monday at Moda Center. The Warriors will face the winner of the Warriors became the first team to See DUBS, Page 16

Realizing the dream

Menlo quintet bands Athletes of the Week
to win championship
at CCS girls’ track finals
By Terry Bernal

Five girls and a whole lot of heart.

That was the winning recipe as the Menlo
School girls’ track team achieved the seem-
ingly impossible last Friday in Gilroy,
claiming the team title at the Central Coast
Section Track and Field Championships, the
first in program history.
“We were a really, really tiny army and we TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
just kept on winning these small battles,” Kealani Cardona fired a six-inning no-hitter
Menlo head coach Jorge Chen said. “And then for Hillsdale Monday against Monte Vista.
finally at the end of the night the scoreboard
showed Menlo won the CCS championship.”
Distance runners Charlotte Tomkinson,
Kyra Pretre and Lauren Hamilton, sprinter
Michelle Louie and hurdler Alexandra Chan
Cardona whirls
— who have all been named Daily Journal
Athletes of the Week — combined to total
two gold, two silver and two bronze medals
no-no, Knights
to top the team leaderboard with 53 points,
finishing ahead of the second-place tally of
38 shared by each San Lorenzo Valley and
Silver Creek.
into CCS semis
By Terry Bernal
“We knew going into the meet it was a DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
possibility,” Tomkinson said. “But every-
thing was going to have to go perfectly. Through two games in the Central Coast
Then everything started falling into place. Section Division II bracket, Hillsdale pitch-
We had kind of a perfect night. … The mag- er Kealani Cardona has allowed just three
nitude of what we did with just five girls, it hits.
was just awesome.” All those hits came in the No. 3-seed Lady
Tomkinson has been the superstar of the Knights’ CCS opener.
Menlo girls’ team. Her times in the 800 ROBERT TOMKINSON In Monday’s quarterfinal matchup with
meters have dominated the CCS all season, Clockwise from bottom left: Menlo’s Michelle Louie, Lauren Hamilton, Alexandra Chan, No. 11 Monte Vista Christian-Watsonville
Charlotte Tomkinson and Kyra Pretre banded together to earn all their team’s points as the (13-10), Cardona fired a six-inning no-hit-
See AOTW, Page 12 Lady Knights captured the Central Coast Section girls’ track championship last Friday in Gilroy. ter as Hillsdale (16-7) rallied late for an 11-
0 mercy-rule win, including nine runs in the
bottom of the sixth with a walk-off three-

Weather the big winner this year run home run by Hannah Levy to end it.
“I didn’t think the game was going to end
like that,” Cardona said. “It was a really cool

he 2018-19 high school this week, which could affect the the Central Coast Section spring way to end it. I definitely thought we were
sports season will likely ability to finish up the tourna- playoffs. After rains finally going to have to go back out on defense one
be remembered as the ments in the their allotted time helped wash away the smoke as more time. But to be able to end the game like
“Year of Mother Nature.” We frames — this weekend. California burned in the late fall, that, it was really exciting. And I think it’s
opened the high school playoffs Any more delays at this point the water kept falling to make a going to give us a lot of momentum for (the
last November under plumes of would move championship games mess of the winter and spring sea- semifinals) Thursday, so it’s really nice.”
choking smoke and we’re con- to next week, which is the start of sons. In the fall, school adminis- Cardona —  aka Kealani Kaufusi, though
cluding the sports year with the graduation season. It would be trators, athletic directors, coaches her legal surname is Cardona, she said
abnormal rain storms. horrible for a student-athlete and and sports reporters became — allowed just one base runner on a second-
A number of playoff baseball their families to chose between experts in air quality as, literally, inning walk. Bouts of wildness have given
and softball games were rained playing for a section title or minute-by-minute changes in the the senior left-hander problems this season
out last week and into the week- walking in their graduation cere- AQ dictated the CCS football —  she has issued 41 free passes in 99
end, compressing an already tight mony. playoffs. Teams already on buses innings — but she bounced back to set down
schedule. Early forecasts are It seems only appropriate that the last 15 batters she faced.
showing more rains on the way late rains would play havoc with See LOUNGE, Page 14
See NO-NO, Page 14
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pion in CCS girls’ shot put with a top throw
ri s s y S mo o t , No t re Dame -
B e l mo n t g i rl s ’ t rac k an d
Honor roll of 46 feet, 2 inches.
fi el d. The senior topped the CCS Jace Jeremi ah, Arag o n bas ebal l . two rounds last week, Berthier won his first The Serra bo y s ’ v o l l ey bal l team.
podium for the first time in her varsity The sophomore shortstop continued his hot match in straight sets, 6-1, 6-2. In the quar- The Padres finished their season as runner-
career, winning gold in the girls’ discus play during the Dons’ 6-5, eight-inning terfinals, he dropped the first set, 3-6, but up in the CIF Northern California Division
with a throw of 142 feet, 4 inches. loss to Sacred Heart Cathedral in the first rallied to win the next two 6-2, 6-3 to move II state playoffs. After topping Nevada
Crui s e Tho mps o n, Capuchi no bas e- round of the CCS Division II tournament. into the final four. He’ll face top-seeded Union in the regional semifinals last
bal l . The senior outfielder had a big game Thursday, Serra fell in four sets Saturday to
Batting in the leadoff spot, Jeremiah went 3 Luke Casper of Bellarmine in a semifinal
to help lead the 10th-seeded Mustangs to a top-seed Clovis East in the Northern
for 4, including a lead-off double, with two match Wednesday at Los Gatos’ Bay Club California championship match.
lopsided 12-2 win over No. 7 Carmel in the
first round of the CCS Division II opener. runs scored. Courtside.
Je s s i c a Eag l e , Me n l o - At h e rt o n
Thompson went 4 for 4 and reached base in Kai mei Ges cuk, Carl mo nt g i rl s ’ Bri anna Santo s , Hi l l s dal e s o ftbal l . g i rl s ’ track. The senior earned two gold
all five plate appearances with a walk, a track. The junior earned her first CCS track The junior catcher stepped into the leadoff medals at the CCS championships. She
double, two RBIs and a run scored. gold medal by topping the field in the spot and promptly went 4 for 4 with a sin- repeated in the girls’ 100 with a top time of
Ho l l y Fl etcher, Arag o n s o ftbal l . The 3,200, recording a time of 10:42.15. gle, a triple and two home runs in the Lady 12. 07 seconds, the best time recorded
senior right-hander showed up with a fine per- Ti m B e rt h i e r, Me n l o - At h e rt o n Knights’ CCS Division II opener last throughout the CCS this season. Eagle also
formance in the Lady Dons’ 7-3 win over bo y s ’ tenni s . A senior and the reigning Wednesday to pace an 11-1 win over Mercy- ran the second leg of the 4x100 relay to top
Everett-Alvarez to open CCS Division I post- PAL singles champion, Berthier advanced to Burlingame. the podium in 48.22 seconds along with
season play. Fletcher struck out 12 to go the the semifinals of the CCS single tourna- Carl y Watts , Terra No v a g i rl s ’ track senior Autriyana Hardy, sophomore Malia
distance and up her record to 14-5 on the year. ment. The No. 4 seed playing in the first and fi el d. The senior repeated as the cham- Latu and senior Lauren Collinsworth.

Continued from page 11

and she did not disappoint in Gilroy, claim-

ing gold in the event, for the second
straight year, in a time of 2 minutes, 13.69
seconds. She also took bronze in the 400
with a time of 57.35.
It was Pretre’s first-ever individual CCS
gold that set the tone, though, as she
topped the podium in the 1,600 with a
5:01.58, using her signature closing speed
to explode into the bell lap.
“I just hit that last lap and just kind of put
the hammer down,” Pretre said.
The junior tandem of Tomkinson and Pretre
has been the driving force of Menlo’s run
toward destiny. Running in different events is
a common strategy for the two, but for the
CCS finals they paired in the 800. Pretre
upped her medal count by taking silver in the ROBERT TOMKINSON
event, finishing behind Tomkinson with a Above: Kyra Pretre takes the baton from Lauren Hamilton in the
time of 2:15.16. girls’ 4x400 relay Friday night at the CCS championships.
“Yeah, it was a lot of fun,” Pretre said. Right: Charlotte Tomkinson out-leans Los Altos’ Anna Zaeske
“When I hit that home stretch that was the to give Menlo a silver medal in the final girls’ event of the night.
one thing going through my head is keep The piece de resistance for the Menlo squad, nickname she has earned for picking off so She’s got it.’ And she did.”
the one-two.” though, came in the final girls’ event of the many runners this season — the assassin. After Menlo was awarded the CCS trophy at
Senior hurdler Alexandra Chan was racking night, the 4x400 relay. “I was definitely running on tired legs,” the end of the meet, the team stayed and turned
up points as well. She took bronze in the 100 The silver-medal performance of Louie, Tomkinson said. “So, I didn’t really know how the infield into their own private party, stay-
hurdles, notching a time of 14.71 seconds, Hamilton, Pretre and Tomkinson set new a my body was going to react, so I just took off ing for about an hour to celebrate, take photos
finishing back of Silver Creek’s Jazlynn personal record with a sub-four-minute time of and let my legs do what they could do.” and bask in realizing the dream of making
Shearer (13.86) and Westmont’s Jessica 3:56.74. Down the final straightaway, Tomkinson program history.
Swalve (14.50). The three top finishers in each event earned drew even with Los Altos junior Anna Zaeske “By the time they announced the team fin-
“She had a huge smile that went from ear to a spot in the state finals this coming weekend as the two recorded one of the most fantastic ishers and all the winners, most of the other
ear,” Chen said. “Her goal was to make it to at Buchanan High School in Clovis. And finishes of the meet. Tomkinson managed to schools already left,” Chen said. “So, it was
the state finals and go sub 15 (seconds) and Menlo seemed to have this in hand when out-lean her opponent at the tape to give just kind of us celebrating on our own. We
she did both of them at the CCS meet. And that Pretre handed the baton to Tomkinson for the Menlo a time just one one-hundredth better were just on cloud nine and we’re still there.
was also a league record for the WBAL. So, she final lap securely in third place. than Los Gatos’ third-place finish at 3:56.75. We haven’t come back yet. So, it was defi-
was really happy with her accomplishment Tomkinson, however, tired legs and all, “It was pretty awesome,” Pretre said. “We all nitely a very historical and, in many ways,
and she is also looking forward to dropping closed a 35-meter gap between she and the got super excited. And Charlotte does not like this had to be the biggest team track upset
some more time in the state finals.” second-place team to make good on a playful to lose a kick. So it was like: ‘She’s got it. in CCS history.”
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THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • May 21, 2019 13

CSM falls in semifinals of Softball
CCS playoffs
(13-10) were overcome 13-3 at
No. 1 Valley Christian in

state softball tournament

DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT in the first, held the Bulldogs in
Division I
Aragon, Mateo to meet in semis
Monday’s CCS Division II quarter-
finals. Valley opened with a three-
run first and scored in all but one
inning for the mercy-rule win,
Aragon and San Mateo each won
check the rest of the way. Hughen in Monday’s CCS Division I soft- including a three-run rally in the
After losing only two games during the regular sea- scattered five hits in the complete- bottom of the fifth for the walk-off
ball quarterfinals. The crosstown
son and putting together a 36-game winning streak, game victory. win.
rivals will meet Thursday at
the College of San Mateo softball team saw its sea- CSM (43-4), the No. 1 ranked Burlingame junior Sophia
Saratoga High School at 6 p.m.
son come to an end with back-to-back losses in the team in the state in the final poll of Palacio was 2 for 2 with an RBI.
with a berth in the Division I title
state tournament. the regular season, took a 1-0 lead game on the line.
After having their winning streak snapped with a 3- in the top of the first when Riley Baseball
1 loss to Mt. San Antonio in the winner’s bracket No. 2-seed San Mateo (17-5)
Donovan and Amanda Ubois- took down No. 7 Branham 8-4 in
final Sunday, the Bulldogs were eliminated in the Weitenhagen drew back-to-back, Serra advances to Open semis
Aubrie the quarters at College of San
elimination bracket final, falling 3-1 to Palomar two-out walks. Ally Sarabia fol- The No. 5-seed Padres (19-10)
Businger Mateo. The Bearcats got on the
Monday afternoon in Bakersfield. lowed with an RBI double to the rallied for three runs in the first
Palomar continued its trend of scoring in bunches. board in the third inning on a two- and led the entire way in a 5-2 win
left-center field gap. The Bulldogs had plenty of run home run by Jada Walker. After
In the Comets’ tournament opener against San Jose, chances to add on early, but Hughen stranded six CSM at No. 4 Santa Cruz (22-6) in
they scored four runs in the first and six in the second Mateo jumped out to a 5-0 lead, Monday’s CCS Open Division
base-runners through the first three innings. Aubrie Branham rallied back to close it to
on their way to an 11-3 win. In their elimination Businger, Emily McAdams, Ubois-Weitenhagen, opener. Senior right-hander
game against San Joaquin Delta in a game earlier 5-4 in the sixth on a three-run Juliano Rodriguez returned to
Sarabia and Katilyn Grech each had hits for the homer by Lindsay Mullins. But
Monday, the Comets scored five of their six runs in Bulldogs. action for the first time since April
the bottom of the fifth in a 6-4 win to set up the meet- Mateo starting pitcher Sage Hager 16 and worked 4 2/3 innings,
McAdams took the loss in the circle, working 4 2/3 induced a ground ball to end the
ing with CSM. innings, giving up three runs on seven hits. Grech allowing one run on two hits and a
The Comets scored all three of their runs in the bot- inning, and the Bearcats answered walk while striking out seven to
came in a worked the final 1 1/3, allowing one hit and with three runs in the bottom of
tom of the fifth against the Bulldogs, coming up with walking two. earn the win. Senior right-hander
five straight two-out hits while sending nine batters the frame. Christian Falk entered with one on
Palomar (41-9) moves into the championship
to the plate. A Sarah Fisher triple to center drove in Mateo banged out 15 hits in the and one out in the seventh to nail
series against Mt. San Antonio, which is unbeaten in
Jillian Zamora to tie the game and Megan Wachholtz contest. Izzy Borges and Bethany down the save.
the tournament. Game 1 is at 11 a.m. Tuesday, with an
followed with an RBI single to left to plate the go- Shih led the way with three hits Marek Palladino produced a two-
if-necessary game 45 minutes at the conclusion of
ahead run. Kendall Kates followed with an RBI double apiece. run single in the first. Palladino,
the first. Mt. San Antonio will need to be beaten twice
to round out the scoring for Palomar. to be denied the title. No. 3-seed Aragon (20-6) earned Falk and Kannon Clayton had two
That proved to be enough for Palomar starting CSM has now made seven straight appearances in its 20th win of the year with a 7-4 hits apiece.
pitcher Allie Hughen, who after allowing a CSM run the state championship tournament. victory over No. 6 Gilroy (14-12) Serra now advances to
at College of San Mateo. Gilroy Wednesday’s Open Division semi-
led twice — 2-0 after two innings, finals to take on top-seed Valley

Banged up Sharks head into Game 6 and 4-2 after four — but Aragon
answered swiftly both times. Then
tied 4-4 in the fifth, the Dons took
the lead on an RBI single by
Christian at San Jose Municipal
Stadium. First pitch is scheduled
for 7 p.m.
By Josh Dubow
Samantha Kennedy, who later
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cap eliminated in DII quarters
scored on an error. Then freshman
Liv DiNardo produced an RBI dou- No. 10-seed Capuchino (15-13)
SAN JOSE — The San Jose fell 5-2 to No. 2 Aptos (21-6-1) in
Sharks could be headed into their ble to cap a three-run rally.
Monday’s CCS Division II quarter-
fifth elimination game of the finals. Aptos rallied for a run in the
postseason short-handed.
Division II first, and two runs in each the third
The Sharks left town Monday to Bgame eliminated by and fourth to mount a five-run lead.
play Game 6 of the Western top-seed Valley Christian The Mustangs totaled five hits on
Conference final at St. Louis with The No. 9-seed Lady Panthers the day.
questions about the status of cap-
tain Joe Pavelski, high-scoring
forward Tomas Hertl and playmak- Pacquiao returning to ring Boxing brief
ing defenseman Erik Karlsson. LAS VEGAS — Manny Pacquiao
Coach Peter DeBoer gave no will get back into the ring on July 20 per-view from the MGM Grand
update on their conditions and did- to face unbeaten welterweight cham- Garden Arena.
n’t say whether any of the three pion Keith Thurman in what could be Pacquiao has won titles in eight
made the trip to St. Louis. San DARREN YAMASHITA/USA TODAY SPORTS a highlight fight of the summer. weight classes and has 61 wins in
Jose lost all three stars to injuries Joe Pavelski and Blues goalie Jordan Binnington reach for the puck during Pacquiao, 40, dominated Adrian 70 fights. Thurman, 30, is 29-0
during a 5-0 loss at home to the in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals Saturday at SAP Center. Broner to retain his portion of the with 22 knockouts, but came off a
Blues on Sunday that left them off elimination four times this second round against Colorado. welterweight title in January. He 10 1-2-month layoff to beat Lopez.
trailing the best-of-seven series 3- postseason, rallying from 3-1 “We’ve dealt with this before will take on Thurman for the WBA Also on the card will be unbeaten
2 headed into Tuesday night’s down in a first-round series and guys have stepped in and got belt. Thurman outpointed Joselito IBF super middleweight champion
game. against Vegas and then winning a Lopez in January. Caleb Plant against Mike Lee, who
The Sharks have already staved seventh game on home ice in the See SHARKS, Page 16 The fight will be on Fox pay- also is undefeated.
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count 1-2 before scorching a liner Then Levy socked a drive to left

NO-NO through the infield that found a

seam through the left-center gap
for a two-run triple.
center and circled the bases for a
three-run homer to end it via 10-
run mercy rule.
Continued from page 11 “Mika Chong is a professional “Unfortunately, the way the
hitter,” McDonald said. “She can scoreboard shows doesn’t define
hit any pitcher, she can hit with who this team is or how we
“What we told her today is to
absolutely anybody at any level. played, ” Selden said. “We held
make sure to go after them and
… Any time I want a hitter up at them scoreless four innings. Then
throw them strikes, ” Hillsdale
bat, Mika Chong is the one that we had a few errors and the wheels
head coach Kelly McDonald said.
definitely [is] confident with the fell off the wagon. They didn’t
“Trust your defense behind you. If
bat in her hand.” hang their heads. They hit the ball
they put the ball in play, that’s
With the way Cardona was deal- and we didn’t.”
ing, it seemed two runs would be Hillsdale has now outscored
But Monte Vista only put the enough. But in the bottom of the opponents 22-1 through two CCS
ball in play four times all day. sixth, Hillsdale sent 11 batters to victories.
Cardona matched her career-high the plate to rally for the walk-off With Monday’s win, Hillsdale
with 14 strikeouts, and fanned the win. Levy had two hits in the advances to the Division II semifi-
last eight batters she faced. TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
frame, including an RBI single to nals Thursday to take on No. 10
“I think I was just really focus- Hillsdale’s Brianna Santos, left, and Sophia Eftekhari celebrate after scoring
score the first one of the frame. Aptos at Los Gatos High School.
ing on being calm and not over- on a two-run triple by Mika Chong, not pictured, Monday at Hillsdale.
Bella Carreon and Caitlin Regan First pitch is schedule for 4:30
thinking too much,” Cardona said. caught a break in the fifth to get Vista left fielder circling under it then each singles, Santos and p.m.
“Because when I do that, I get in on the board with two runs. until she caught a spike on the Addison Eftekhari reached on McDonald said the Cardona not
my head and it doesn’t really work Monte Vista pitcher Sam Baer turf, allowing for the ball to drop errors, and Chong walked to end having to throw the seventh
in my favor. So today, if I ever was battling through trouble all in for a one-out triple. Dean’s day. inning could benefit Hillsdale’s
really got anxious or anything, I’d day. The Knights stranded five run- After a walk to junior Sophia “[Dean] reared back and threw ace southpaw going forward.
just calm down and the calm really ners through the first five frames, Eftekahri put runners at the cor- hard … then I think she go a little “Once we got a lot of runs, keep-
helped me.” including leaving the bases loaded ners, Baer battled to get the sec- bit tired, ” Monte Vista coach ing in mind that we play again on
The game was the closest 11-0 in the second. But in the fifth, ond out of the inning on a popup Sissy Selden said. Thursday, hopefully playing again
game you’re ever going to see with one out, Hillsdale senior to short. But Hillsdale cleanup hit- Facing a Monte Vista reliever, on Saturday, those pitches are very
though. It was scoreless through Brianna Santos lifted a high fly ter Mika Chong followed with a Kaufusi got hit by a pitch and important,” McDonald said. “I def-
four innings before Hillsdale ball to left that saw the Monte gritty at-bat, falling behind in the Kiana Castro lifted a sacrifice fly. initely wanted to save her.”

through advance forecasts to see if suspended or postponed altogeth- inundated with a plague of locusts. the Sharks over the years and it’s

LOUNGE I would be outside covering a soc-

cer game or simply head indoors
for a basketball or wrestling
er, meaning some teams may be
playing three games this week if
they make it to championships.
First, there was the four-goal
eruption during a five-minute
not just a playoff fade. It seems
every year, the Sharks have a
spell where they simply can’t
Continued from page 11 match. Baseball and softball weren’t power play that carried the San score, which usually sends then
Those winter rains morphed the only sports affected. The CCS Jose Sharks to a Game 7 win over on a multi-game slide.
into spring showers, as Mother boys’ singles and doubles tennis the Vegas Golden Knights in the Well, that inability to score has
heading to one venue, were Nature, again, decided to throw a championships have been delayed first round of the Stanley Cup once again reared its ugly head and
informed to keep driving to some wrench into the spring sports because of the wet weather. The playoffs. Then there was the hand it’s come at the worst possible
far-flung school in King City, or schedule — which essentially first two rounds of the tourna- pass that wasn’t called during the time. And while goaltender Martin
turn around and head from became a moot point as many ments were played a week ago, Sharks’ Game 3 win over the St. Jones has tightened up his game
Watsonville to Gilroy. teams postponed regularly sched- with the finals scheduled for the Louis Blues in the Western since his early-playoff struggles,
Meanwhile, volleyball matches uled games and made them up following day. Conference finals. he hasn’t been sharp enough.
were being suspended because of whenever they could. Random Rain, however, wiped out that I was starting to think that this Meanwhile, St. Louis netminder
the choking smoke, which also results would trickle into my plan. Since then, the Northern might finally be the year the Jordan Binnington has looked
affected the start of the winter email from games played between California team tournament came Sharks get that elusive Stanley like the second coming of Patrick
sports season as soccer and bas- episodes of rain. At one point, the and went — with CCS champ Cup championship because let’s Roy as he has stoned the Sharks
ketball teams were prevented from Aragon boys’ tennis team had six Bellarmine taking out Menlo face it — every team needs a little over the last two games.
practicing and training because Bay Division matches under its School for the second time in two bit of luck to win a title.
the air was so bad. San Jose is beat up and on the
belt, while Menlo-Atherton hadn’t weeks. But it’s clear now the Sharks edge of going out of the playoffs.
Everyone took a big breath, even played one because of all the Now, players will return to the have run out of gas. They’ve been St. Louis will finish the Sharks off
almost literally, as the smoke weather delays. CCS level to finish off the indi- outscored by the Blues 7-1 over Tuesday night.
cleared out and the fires around the When it finally seemed like the vidual tournaments Wednesday the last two games, including a 5-
state started to die out as the first weather had finally settled, a with the semifinals and champi- 0 shellacking Sunday, putting the
winter rains started to fall. freak, May storm window opened onship matches scheduled. Sharks on the brink of elimina- Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
Again, I became an amateur up last week. First- and second- That is, if the rain stays away tion. nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by
meteorologist as I would comb round playoff games were either and CCS doesn’t suddenly become It’s a common theme seen by phone: 344-5200 ext. 117.
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Suarez’s return overshadowed by Soroka’s gem

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS shows. It’s really impressive season. Acuna also homered lead-
Braves 4, Giants 1 watching him work. He’s one of ing off Sunday’s 10-inning 3-2
SAN FRANCISCO — The calen- those guys, you don’t know if he’s loss to Milwaukee.
dar hasn’t hit June, and Atlanta five up, five down or what the Acuna homered again in the sev-
pitcher Mike Soroka is already score is. He just keeps pitching enth off Nick Vincent. Atlanta is
fielding questions about the All- and making pitches.” 8-2 since Acuna was moved into
Star game. Atlanta second baseman Ozzie the leadoff spot on May 10.
The Braves rookie right-hander Albies helped preserve Soroka’s “I don’t know what it is but he’s
had his season delayed by a shoul- gem, making a running catch with just kind of a different guy there,”
der injury suffered working out in his back to the infield on a fly ball Snitker said. “There’s something
spring training. There will be to short center field by Kevin about that spot there that he kind
plenty of time for All-Star talk, Pillar that ended the fifth inning. of comes alive.”
but the way Soroka is pitching a Sean Newcomb retired three bat- Riley’s two-run home run came
strong case could be made. ters for his first major league save. off Suarez in the sixth, following a
Soroka carried a perfect game Austin Riley also homered for walk to Nick Markakis.
into the sixth inning, Ronald the Braves, who won the opener of Suarez allowed three runs and
Acuna Jr. homered twice and a seven-game trip and have won four hits in six innings in his
Atlanta beat the Giants 4-1 eight of 11. debut. The left-hander, who was
Monday night. “It’s nice because we have such a called up from Triple-A
“I’m really just trying to put one STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS nice blend of young players and Sacramento before the game,
foot in front of the other and make Andrew Suarez pitches against the Braves Monday night at Oracle Park. veterans,” Acuna said through a walked four and struck out five.
every start,” Soroka said. “All- translator. “It’s nice to be a part of Suarez’s only career win came
Star break’s a long ways away and eight innings. The right-hander first pitch to straightaway center that. I’m just trying to focus on against Atlanta on May 6, 2018.
a lot of starts to go until then. I’m has allowed one earned run or field for a homer. winning. That’s really the most “He was a strike away from a
just going to keep doing what I’ve fewer in all seven starts this sea- It was the first home run allowed important thing that we’re all great start,” Giants manager Bruce
been doing. If that happens it’ll son. His ERA rose from 0.98 to by Soroka since he made his major striving to achieve.” Bochy said. “He lost Markakis and
be unbelievable (but) that’s some- 1.01. league debut on May 1, 2018, a Acuna homered leading off the then had the next hitter 0-2 and
thing that’s not even worth think- The 21-year-old Soroka retired streak of 61 1/3 innings. game against San Francisco starter just hung a breaking ball. He gave
ing about right now.” the first 15 batters with relative “The way he keeps pitching is Andrew Suarez (0-1). It’s the 10th us a chance to win the game, but
Soroka (5-1) struck out seven ease before Brandon Crawford led something else,” Braves manager leadoff home run of Acuna’s career offensively, we just got complete-
and allowed one run and two hits in off the sixth inning by hitting the Brian Snitker said. “The maturity and second in as many games this ly shut down.”

Lefty Anderson injured in A’s win over Cleveland

By Steve Herrick then was removed in the sixth
A’s 6, Cleveland 4 with a 3-1 lead and a runner on sec-
fo l l o wi n g in 5 1/3 innings, improving to 4- Anderson has had arm injuries ond. He is dealing with soreness
CLEVELAND — Brett Anderson inning with a 0 with a 0.94 ERA in six starts throughout his career, including and stiffness, but said he should be
had a quick reaction when the cervical strain, against the Indians. The 31-year- being sidelined twice last season. fine going forward.
baseball and both pieces of a bro- and the A’s old left-hander was injured in the “Kind of another fluky thing “My range of motion going to
ken bat came sailing at him in the hung on to beat fifth inning when he ducked to where I only have to deal with the inside part of the plate was
fifth inning. the Cleveland avoid a ball hit up the middle by when I break a guy’s bat and I don’t limited,” he said. “It was one of
those things where I can get out of
Get out of the way. Brett Anderson Indians 6-4 Roberto Perez. Anderson also had know where the barrel is going,”
Oakland’s left-hander managed Monday. to watch the bat, which broke he said. it when it’s not too bad. I felt that
to do that, but left the game in the Anderson (5-3) allowed one run when Perez made contact. Anderson finished the inning, was the right moment.”
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Pac-12 revenue drops $12M, cluded Monday, the Pac-12 eligibility for athletes who trans-
Pac-12 brief released its latest financial records fer within the conference;
but school payouts still rise Payouts to Pac-12 member $36 million in each of the seasons and announced its university pres-
Pac-12 revenue fell by $12 mil- idents had approved three meas- • Extending by five years the
schools rose 5% to $31.3 million during which the conference’s $3.6 million in annual funding to
lion in 2018 to $497 million champion participated in the game ures:
each as conference distributions the conference’s Student-Athlete
because the conference could not to about $14 million when it host- • Standardizing nonconference
make up for lost Rose Bowl rev- included money held back from Health & Well-Being Initiative.
Rose Bowl payments in the previ- ed the CFP. The Rose Bowl hosts a schedules in men’s basketball to
enue from when the game hosted a The portion of funding that goes
ous two years. The Pac-12’s Rose national semifinal every third year. avoid weaker opponents;
College Football Playoff semifi- to on-campus mental health serv-
nal after the 2017 season. Bowl revenue dropped from about After its spring meetings con- • Eliminating the year of lost ices will increase to $1.1 million.

Sharks vs. Blues, Game 6, Tuesday, 5 p.m. After Thompson’s 3-pointer tied
it up again both Curry and Lillard
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS play goals, Brent Burns leads the Sharks missed 3s. Curry made a 3 from the
killing 81.5 with 83 total points, scoring 16 corner with 10.7 seconds left but he
San Jose Sharks (46-27-9, sec- percent of goals and registering 67 assists. was called for traveling first and it
ond in the Pacific Division during opponent Logan Couture has eight goals and didn’t count.
the regular season) vs. St. Louis chances. three assists over the last 10 Lillard’s layup bounced around
Blues (45-28-9, third in the The Sharks games for San Jose. the rim and out and the game went to
Central Division during the regular are 21-16-4 on Sharks i n the po s ts eas o n: overtime.
season) the road. San Averaging 3.0 goals, 5.0 assists, Iguodala was out because of a sore
Wes tern Co nference fi nal s : Jose averages 4.6 penalties and 12.2 penalty left calf. The veteran swingman,
St. Louis leads series 3-2 Logan 9.1 penalty
minutes while giving up 3.2 goals who is averaging 10.1 points in the
Bo tto m l i ne: The St. Louis Couture minutes per
per game with a .896 save percent- playoffs, was hurt in the second half
Blues host the San Jose Sharks in game, the sev-
age. of Saturday’s Game 3 victory.
the Western Conference finals with enth-most in the league. Evander
a 3-2 lead in the series. The teams Bl ues i n the po s ts eas o n: It was not known how long he’d
Kane leads the team serving 153
meet Tuesday for the ninth time Averaging 2.9 goals, 4.8 assists, be out, but the Warriors said an MRI
total minutes.
3.0 penalties and 6.6 penalty min- Sunday was clear.
this season. The Blues won the To p perfo rmers : Ryan
previous matchup 5-0. Jaden O’Reilly has recorded 77 total utes while giving up 2.6 goals per Golden State was already missing
Schwartz scored a team-high three points while scoring 28 goals and game with a .908 save percentage. JAIME VALDEZ/USA TODAY SPORTS
Durant because of a sore right calf.
goals for the Blues in the victory. adding 49 assists for the Blues. Bl ues i njuri es : None listed. Kevon Looney scores Monday night. It’s unknown when the two-time
The Blues are 25-18-7 against Schwartz has seven goals and three Sharks i njuri es : Erik NBA Finals MVP will return.
Lillard separated his ribs in Game
Western Conference opponents.
St. Louis has given up 43 power-
assists over the last 10 games for
St. Louis.
Karlsson: day to day (lower body),
Radim Simek: out (lower body).
DUBS 2 but was playing through the pain.
He averaged 33 points in the first-
round playoff series against

DeBoer he was good to go Sunday. tal discipline. Defenseman Justin
Continued from page 11 Oklahoma City, hitting a series-
He wasn’t moving well early in the Braun got hit by Sammy Blais in
clinching 3-pointer in Game 5, but
game and committed a turnover Game 3.
he struggled against Golden State’s
that led to St. Louis’ first goal. He “You don’t want to see your first of a pair of free throws. CJ
Continued from page 13 defensive focus on him.
played just 3:03 in the second teammates get hit like that, ” McCollum’s jumper from out front
period and was unable to accelerate Portland, playing with urgency in
Braun said. “You can’t worry about briefly gave Portland the lead but
on the play that led to Vladimir an elimination game, pulled in front
the job done, ” DeBoer said. the refs’ calls or non-calls. You Alfonzo McKinnie’s basket put
Tarasenko’s penalty shot. 30-28 in the opening quarter on CJ
“People can write us off but I know have to go out there and keep play- Golden State back ahead and Green
Karlsson then didn’t come back McCollum’s layup and free throw,
in our room we know we have guys ing.” made a 3-pointer to push it to 199-
out for the third as DeBoer but Curry answered on the other end
in there who we know can step in 115 with 39 seconds left.
acknowledged he had regrets about Pavelski, who led the team with with a step-back 3-pointer.
and get this done.” Lillard made a layup and Curry
playing him. 38 goals in the regular season, missed a jumper to give Portland Portland went ahead 59-50 after
Pulling it off again against a If Karlsson is unable to go, Tim dealt with yet another injury early back the ball. Facing stifling back-to-back 3-pointers from
deep and physical Blues team Heed will likely get his first action in the third when Alex Pietrangelo defense from both Green and Klay Leonard, who finished with five 3s
could be even more of a challenge, since filling in for an injured sent him into the boards and Thompson, Lillard couldn’t get off a in the first half.
especially if the Sharks will be Marc-Edouard Vlasic in Games 3 appeared to hit him high at the end shot but the ball went out of bounds Curry hit a 3-pointer with 2.6 sec-
missing some key pieces. and 4 of the opening round. But with an elbow. Pavelski didn’t in the scramble. The Blazers got it onds left in the half to close the
Karlsson has been dealing with the Sharks will miss Karlsson, return and there is concern because back with 3.3 seconds left but Warriors within 69-65 at the break.
groin injuries since January. He who has two goals and 14 assists he missed six games already this Lillard’s final shot didn’t fall. Portland pushed the lead to 83-72
missed 27 of the final 33 regular- this postseason. postseason after a bloody concus- For the third straight game the on McCollum’s 3-pointer. After he
season games but returned for the Hertl was hit high in the first sion when his helmet slammed Trail Blazers led at the half. They made another 3 to push the lead to
start of the playoffs even if he period by Ivan Barbashev in a play into the ice in Game 7 against stretched the lead to 17 points in 91-78, he gestured to the crowd to
often looked hampered by the the Sharks believe should have Vegas. the third quarter, but the Warriors make noise.
injury. Karlsson appeared to be been penalized as an illegal hit to If Hertl and Pavelski can’t go, went on a 12-0 run to close within
finding his groove, scoring two the head. He remained in the game the Sharks’ depth up front will 95-90 early in the final period. Tip-ins
goals, including the overtime win- through the second period but also take a serious hit. Marcus Green’s long baseline jumper Curry has made a 3-pointer in a
ner, in Game 3 at St. Louis before didn’t come out for the third. Sorensen, who missed two of the gave the Warriors a 108-106 lead playoff-record 106 games. ...
coming up lame again in the fourth That was the second time this past three games, could move back with 3:30 left. Lillard’s 3-pointer Quarterback Colin Kaepernick was
game. series the Sharks felt one of their into the lineup, with winger Lukas put the Blazers back ahead and among the fans at the game, sitting
Karlsson played just one shift in players got hit in the head with no Radil and untested center Dylan Leonard’s dunk extended it to 111- a few seats down from the Warriors
the final 9:24 of Game 4 but told penalty in the game or supplemen- Gambrell also options. 108 with just under 2 minutes to go. bench.

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try illegally. But the decision on who to State law says a budget has to be passed by requiring everyone in the state to purchase

Continued from page 1
cover may come down to cost.
Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to
spend about $98 million a year to cover
June 15 or lawmaker forfeit their pay.
At stake, according to legislative staffers,
are the 3 million people left in California
health insurance. People who refuse would
have to pay a penalty, and the money would
go toward helping middle-income residents
low-income immigrants between the ages who don’t have health insurance. About 1.8 purchase private health insurance plans.
of 19 and 25 who are living in the country million of them are immigrants in the coun- “We’re going to penalize the citizens of
to test for it and Angeles, who had been in illegally. try illegally. Of those, about 1.26 million this state that have followed the rules, but
the country illegally for 20 years, could not The state Assembly has a bill that would have incomes low enough to qualify them we’re going to let somebody who has not
afford to see a specialist and did not qualify cover all immigrants in California living in for the Medi-Cal program. followed the rules come in here and get the
for state assistance because of her immigra- the country illegally over the age of 19. But “Symbolically, this is quite significant. services for free. I just think that’s wrong,”
tion status. Newsom has balked at that plan because of This would be establishing California as a Republican state Sen. Jeff Stone said about
In September, Angeles finally learned she its estimated $3.4 billion price. counter to federal policies, both around coverage of people in the U.S. illegally.
had gallbladder cancer. Serrano said she was “There’s 3.4 billion reasons why it is a health care and immigration,” said Larry Many immigrants who are in the country
in the hospital room when Angeles, in her challenge,” he said. Levitt, senior vice president for health illegally are already enrolled for some gov-
late 60s, died about two weeks later. The state Senate wants to cover adults reform at the Kaiser Family Foundation. ernment-funded programs, but they only
“We don’t know if she would have sur- ages 19 to 25, plus seniors 65 and older. If enacted, it could prompt yet another cover emergencies and pregnancies.
vived treatment, but she was not even able That bill’s sponsor, Sen. Maria Elana collision with the Trump administration, Serrano was one of hundreds of immigrant
to access it,” said Serrano, chairwoman of Durazo, scoffed at cost concerns, noting the which has proposed a rule that could hinder activists who came to the Capitol on
the San Diego Immigrant Rights state has a projected $21.5 billion budget immigrants’ residency applications if they Monday for “Immigrant Day of Action.”
Consortium. surplus. rely on public assistance programs such as She and her husband spent the day meeting
“She never had a chance to fight cancer.” “When we have, you know, a good budget, Medicaid. with lawmakers, sharing the story of
Stories like that have prompted then what’s the reason for not addressing The proposed rule from the Department of Angeles.
California lawmakers to consider proposals it?” she said. Homeland Security says the goal is to make “The conversation that I have is about the
that would make the state the first in the The Senate and Assembly will finalize sure “foreign nationals do not become cost,” she said, describing her interactions
nation to offer government-funded health their budget proposals this week before dependent on public benefits for support.” with lawmakers. “The conversation we want
care to adult immigrants living in the coun- beginning negotiations with the governor. California is also considering a measure to have is about our families.”

at the facility, where 32 new spaces will be impact we will have on those babies and duit connecting qualified providers to the

Continued from page 1
available, four of which will be affordable.
Peninsula Family Service CEO Heather
Cleary expressed her appreciation for the
those families will be truly huge for them,”
she said.
Peninsula Family Service operates nine
available financing.
Ideally, Padilla said other local municipal-
ities would also start to set aside a portion of
additional funding shared by the city. child care facilities throughout the county, development fees to fund similar initiatives.
“We’re extremely excited about the oppor- and Cleary said the demand far outweighs the “We’re hoping to showcase this and high-
the city’s contribution are only a small step tunity to serve six more infants in the com- local capacity. light San Mateo’s leadership to the rest of
toward addressing the regional shortage, as munity who have the greatest need,” she “Many families just won’t make it and they the county,” she said.
the county faces a shortfall of about 1,000 said. will have to figure out some other resolution For her part, Stewart said city officials are
spaces. With the money, Cleary said her organiza- on their own,” she said. “The need is just glad to make an initial payment toward iden-
From the city’s payment, $100,000 will tion will convert an office into a new nursery huge.” tifying a solution while they are hopeful
be used by Peninsula Family Service to create accommodating babies up to 18 months Christine Padilla, director with Build Up additional, similar allocations down the road
six new spaces for infants from low-income from families at the federal poverty level. for San Mateo County’s Children, meanwhile pay greater dividends.
families. Beresford Montessori will spend She acknowledged the reach of the program lauded the program as a model with potential “We’re very excited,” she said. “The city
$265,000 to generate an additional 48 is limited compared to the great regional to help cut into the gap of available child council is very, very grateful we have this
spaces, six of which will be affordable. And need, but expects the additional availability care services across the county. ability to do something and look forward to
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church will spend will be a life changer for those able to enroll. “We have to find different ways to find a being able to do more in the community.”
$464,000 to establish a child care program “While six is a fairly small number, the solution in different sectors because the In the immediate term though, Cleary
shortage is too huge to accomplish in one admired the leadership shown by city offi-
fell swoop,” she said. cials.
Padilla’s initiative helped San Mateo city “It’s just a really good example of the city
officials facilitate the process seeking pro- responding to the needs of their communi-
posals from applicants and worked as a con- ty,” she said.
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disaster service workers, they are
required to provide emergency services
unless they are significantly affected by
when he was a county supervisor,
Rose’s experience prior to emergency
management was in politics, and he
a disaster themselves, he said. said he learned a great deal from work-
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a.m. to noon. San Mateo Senior With the help of federal funding, ing firefighters, paramedics and a range
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, Fundraiser Alert. 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. gers crashed at San Francisco Rose said several counties in the Bay of other emergency response profes-
San Mateo. Free. For more information Buri Buri Park, South San Francisco. International Airport, respectively, the sionals to transition from the world of
call 522-7490. South City Baseball is selling tickets Area as well as up to 17 of San Mateo
San Jose Giants ticket for the June dates mark times when Rose’s years of County’s 20 cities participated in a politics to emergency response.
Peninsula Civil War Roundtable. 15th game vs. Visalia Rawhide. Each emergency management training one-day exercise last fall in which they Rose said he draws on his experience
11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Harry’s ticket is a donation of $5. For more kicked into gear. activated their emergency operations working with elected officials in his
Hofbrau, 1909 El Camino Real, information call 576-5295.
Redwood City. Bernie Quinn on ‘Three Named the Office of Emergency centers in response to a hypothetical new role, which requires he works with
Men Who Could Have Ended the Civil Young Chamber Musicians Services manager within the San Mateo disaster. Presented with a scenario in city, county, state and federal officials
War in 1862.’ Free. For more informa- Perform. 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Oak
tion call 455-5564. Room, San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. County Sheriff’s Office in March, Rose which an earthquake hit some five days to coordinate regional emergency plan-
Third Ave., San Mateo. A concert of served as San Mateo County’s deputy prior to the exercise, officials at the fed- ning efforts. He explained the Office of
Community Meeting: Caltrain chamber music. Free. For more infor- medical health operational area coordi-
Hayward Park Rail Maintenance mation call 522-7849. eral, state and local levels worked Emergency Services is under the Office
Yard Project. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. IBE W nator in 2010 and its Medical Health together to figure out how to best sup- of Homeland Security and is run by
Hall, 1701 Leslie Ave., San Mateo. STEAM : Science. 3 p.m. San Francisco Operational Area Coordinator in 2013 port emergency shelters and efficiently Capt. Craig Denton, director of
Community Meeting to discuss Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., during the two disasters. Now charged
Caltrain’s plan to install a permanent South San Francisco. This month’s allocate resources in the wake of a dev- Homeland Security and the Office of
Rail Maintenance Yard, Spur Track and mad and rad science experiment will with coordinating the emergency astating earthquake, he said. Emergency Services for San Mateo
Service Road next to the main rail line be all about color-changing milk. For response across the county’s 20 cities “The chaos has already happened, the County. Though the role Rose has
in the Hayward Park Residential more information call 829-3860.
Neighborhood between 10th and
in the event of a major disaster, Rose is damage has already been dealt, shelters taken on has historically been filled by
14th avenues. Free. For more informa- SUNDAY, MAY 26 no stranger to the many hours of prepa- have begun to be established and now a sworn officer, he said officials are
tion call 346-3682. Learn Japanese Calligraphy Hands- ration it takes to mount a coordinated the county and the cities are working hoping a civilian with emergency man-
On Workshop. 2 p.m. San Mateo
Bringing Indonesian Literature to Public Library-Oak Room, 55 W. Third and timely response to disasters when together with situational awareness and agement experience can help put in
America. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Burlingame Ave., San Mateo. Learn calligraphy and they hit. resource allocation,” he said, of the sce- place longer-term plans in place and
Public Library, 480 Primrose Road, make origami with experts. Free. For
Burlingame. Lian Gouw founded more information call 522-7818. Neighboring counties’ brushes with nario presented to the jurisdictions last complement the law enforcement back-
Dalang Publishing to bring unprecedented wildfires and incidents September. “We’re using real-life situa- ground others within the Sheriff’s
Indonesia’s colorful history and rich Tribute to John Coltrane and Miles like the Oroville Dam’s failure in 2017 Office bring to the Office of Emergency
culture to America through Davis. 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Club Fox, tions to test our emergency operations
Indonesia’s best literature. She also 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. have ensured Rose and his colleagues centers [to see] how well we’re collect- Services.
provides a platform for Indonesian Fundraiser for a non-profit organiza- within the county and its 20 cities are ing the information and how they’re Rose is looking to the grand opening
writers to launch their work onto the tion raising money for their 3rd constantly preparing for the next major
international stage. Free. For more Annual John Coltrane Day Around the responding to the event itself.” of a new 36,000-square-foot Public
information call 558-7407. Bay. $20. For more information call disaster that could hit the Peninsula — Prior to coming to work at the Office Safety Regional Operations Center at
399-6341. and for them, the possibility of an of Emergency Services as a supervisor 501 Winslow St. later this year to offer
Community Meeting: Clean Water earthquake is top of mind.
Program. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. San Mateo MONDAY, MAY 27 in May of 2018, Rose spent some 12 new opportunities for city and county
County Events Center, 2495 S. Memorial Day in Union Cemetery, Though he acknowledged recent dis- years working at San Mateo County employees to train for potential emer-
Delaware St., San Mateo. The Clean Redwood City. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. asters have made the public more aware
Water Program (San Mateo’s largest Union Cemetery, 300 Woodside Road, Health’s Emergency Medical Services gencies and coordinate their responses.
infrastructure improvement project) Redwood City. The morning’s pro- of the wide-reaching effects of a major Agency, where he worked on the multi- From assistance with the documenta-
will host an informal neighborhood ceedings will copy those of the disaster, Rose acknowledged residents ple casualty incident plan that was tion of a disaster’s effects to ensuring
meeting about the Underground Decoration Day Ceremonies held in
Flow Equalization System Draft Union Cemetery over 100 years ago. have several other concerns on their implemented during the response to the information flows between the many
Environmental Impact Report. For Free. For more information call 365- minds, including everything from the San Bruno gas pipeline explosion in agencies responding to a disaster from
more information call 727-6870. 1196. cost of living to traffic. 2010 and the 2013 Asiana plane crash, an emergency operations center, each
Poetry Night. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The 78th Annual Memorial Day “We really want to educate the public which killed three. Responsible for employee has a role to play, noted
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las Observance. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on this,” he said. “It’s very tough to do ensuring victims of those disasters Rose. Though he acknowledged the
Pulgas, Belmont. Free. Light refresh- Golden Gate National Cemetery, 1300
ments. For more information call 592- Sneath Lane (Veterans Way), San so because of the fact that they’re deal- were transported to hospitals and that challenge city and county employees
8286. Bruno. Honoring fallen heroes. For ing with real day-to-day events them- the medical facilities caring for them face in doing their full-time jobs and
more information call 589-7737. selves … these are real impacts and had the appropriate information and making time to prepare for emergen-
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 cies, Rose noted that for many, a com-
Planning for Long-Term Care, The Riggstone Records. 4 p.m. to 6 some of them, they’re just struggling to equipment to respond, Rose knows well
Protecting Your Life Savings. 6 p.m. p.m. Dragon Productions Theatre Co., get by.” how effective thoughtfully-crafted mitment to helping others is already
to 7 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2120 Broadway, Redwood City. $20 plans can be. instilled in them.
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San per person. Uncover a 200 year old As the first civilian manager of the
Mateo. Answers on where to receive mystery. Unveil the secrets behind the Office of Emergency Services, Rose But he also learned how valuable lis- “It’s a big ask of our employees to
care, costs of nursing homes, how to Riggstone Records and stop a great works with emergency managers tening and learning from others who learn this other language and every year
pay for medical care in retirement and tentacled apocalypse. For more infor-
how Long-Term Care Insurance mation call 493-2006. employed at each of the county’s 20 have dedicated their careers to emer- or two come speak it and practice it,” he
works. Cost is $13-$16. To register and cities and towns as well as all of San gency response has proved in his said. “From line staff all the way up to
for more information call 522-7490. Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San Mateo County’s departments to coordi- career. Having previously served as a management … they have a role in
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange
Design Your Own Native Plant Ave., South San Francisco. All materials nate emergency training exercises. legislative aide for U.S. Rep. Anna this.”
Landscape. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. provided. Free. For more information
Burlingame Public Library, Lane call 829-3860.
degrees below normal. By Wednesday, “We should start drying out by June,

Room, 480 Primrose Road,
Burlingame. Presented by the Citizens AACP Writers Workshop. 7:30 p.m. to
9 p.m. AACP Bookstore, 529 E. Third temperatures should rebound to the nor- but this year has been one of those
Environmental Council of Burlingame.
For more information call 347-3576. Ave., San Mateo. Classes are taught by mal range of the mid-60s, he said.  abnormal extreme years,” he said.
Charlie Chin. Cost $30 for drop in or Tuesday could also bring high winds “Anything is possible at this point so I
THURSDAY, MAY 23 $80 for three classes. Every Monday Continued from page 1 reaching 20 mph to 30 mph throughout wouldn’t rule out rain in June.”
Fitness and Resource Fair. 9 a.m. to until Monday, May 27. For more infor-
11:30 a.m. 145 Lake Merced Blvd., Daly mation call 375-8286. the afternoon and the chance of rain Before the weekend storm, the only
City. Instructor-led fitness exercise “That amount of rainfall is pretty that day is 50%, according to Bay City other wet days in the Bay Area were on
and activities, health screenings, prize TUESDAY, MAY 28
drawings, light refreshments and Men’s Group. 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. San abnormal for the month of May,” News.  May 15 and May 16, when SFO record-
snacks. Cost is free. For more informa- Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El Camino Anderson said. Wednesday and the rest of the week is ed a half-inch of rain and one-third of an
tion call 242-2560. Real, San Mateo. Monthly group of Anderson attributed the late season
men in the community meeting to expected to be rain-free.  inch of rain respectively.
Freeing the Vote with Civil Rights share support and experiences. All are winter storm to an abundance of low- The storm that soaked the Bay Area For the current water year, which
Movement Veteran and ACLU welcome. For more information call level moisture, while atmospheric over the weekend by Monday had trav- began in October, the region has seen a
NorCal. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 591-0133.
Burlingame Library, 480 Primrose
rivers have been primarily responsible eled to northern Arizona while its head total of 23.18 inches of rain, which is
Road, Burlingame. Talk with Civil Adult DIY Club: Korean Ar t of for the especially wet season.  was producing severe weather in Texas, three inches above the 20.20-inch
Rights Movement Veteran Bruce Wrapping Cloths with Youngmin Lingering showers Monday night and
Hartford and ACLU NorCal Leadership Lee. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Belmont Library, Oklahoma and Kansas.  average by May 20, or 115% of normal.
Development Manager Tessa 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. on Tuesday are expected to total no June is a relatively dry month histor- In Tahoe, Heavenly ski resort report-
D’arcangelew. Free. For more informa- Learn the Korean art of Bojagi. Free. more than a quarter-inch of rain, ically, but Anderson noted this year has edly received 10 inches of snow in the
tion call 558-7400. Registration required, all materials
provided. For more information call Anderson said, while temperatures been anything but normal in terms of past week while Squaw Valley saw 21
FRIDAY, MAY 24 591-8286. since Friday have been running 5 to 10 weather. inches of snow during that time.
Gloria Guzman Presentation. 7:30
a.m. to 8:30 a.m. San Mateo Sunshine Ticks and Lyme Disease: Reduce
Rotary, 6650 Golf Course Drive, Your Risk and Increase Your
Burlingame. Guzman will discuss her Awareness. 7 p.m. Odd Fellows Hall, A
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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, this court as follows: JUN. 18, 2019 at jection to the petition and shows good Yeager in the Superior Court of Califor-
istered Owner: Sophie Eden, same ad- 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of nia, County of San Mateo. The Petition
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400 COUNTY CENTER RD, California, County of San Mateo, 400 thority. for Probate requests that Deborah Gar-
Individual. The registrants commenced
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separate public hearings on name as follows: If you object to the granting of the peti-
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- tion, you should appear at the hearing ing court approval. Before taking certain
the proposed Local Control itor of the decedent, you must file your very important actions, however, the per-
Accountability Plan (LCAP), fiCTiTioUS bUSineSS name Present name: Sai Htun Sar
claim with the court and mail a copy to
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with the Budget Overview The following person is doing business Proposed Name: LJ Donte Lee ing. Your appearance may be in person
the court within the later of either (1) four they have waived notice or consented to
for Parents cover page, and as: Rellia Consulting, 1700 De Anza months from the date of first issuance of or by your attorney. the proposed action.) The independent
Blvd. #306, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
the proposed budget for fis- Registered Owner: Mariko Hayashida, interested in this matter shall appear be- letters to a general personal representa- If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- administration authority will be granted
cal year 2019-20 on Thurs- same address. The business is conduct- fore this court at the hearing indicated tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the itor of the decedent, you must file your unless an interested person files an ob-
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days claim with the court and mail a copy to jection to the petition and shows good
day, June 6, 2019 at 7:00 ed by an Individual. The registrants below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
from the date of mailing or personal de- cause why the court should not grant au-
commenced to transact business under tition for change of name should not be the personal representative appointed by
p.m. at the San Mateo Adult their FBN on N/A. granted. Any person objecting to the livery to you of a notice under section the court within the later of either (1) four thority.
School located at 789 East name changes described above must file 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- A hearing on the petition will be held in
/s/Mariko Hayashida/ er California statutes and legal authority months from the date of first issuance of this court as follows: JUN. 04, 2019 at
Poplar Avenue, San Mateo, This statement was filed with the Asses- a written objection that includes the rea-
may affect your rights as a creditor. You letters to a general personal representa- 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2019. (Publish- sons for the objection at least two court tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
California. A copy of the days before the matter is scheduled to may want to consult with an attorney California, County of San Mateo, 400
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, knowledgable in California law. California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days County Center, Redwood City, CA
LCAP, with the Budget 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). be heard and must appear at the hearing
You may examine the file kept by the from the date of mailing or personal de- 94063.
Overview for Parents cover to show cause why the petition should
court. If you are a person interested in livery to you of a notice under section If you object to the granting of the peti-
not be granted. If no written objection is
page, and the proposed fiCTiTioUS bUSineSS name timely filed, the court may grant the peti- the estate, you may file with the court a 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- tion, you should appear at the hearing
budget will be available for STaTemenT #281156 tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Request for Special Notice (form DE- er California statutes and legal authority and state your objections or file written
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- objections with the court before the hear-
public examination at the The following person is doing business petition shall be held on 6/26/19 at 9
praisal of estate assets or of any petition may affect your rights as a creditor. You ing. Your appearance may be in person
as: Skyridge Real Estate, 1021 S El Ca- a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, may want to consult with an attorney
San Mateo Union High mino Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this or account as provided in Probate Code or by your attorney.
School District Office, 650 section 1250. A Request for Special No- knowledgable in California law. If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
Registered Owner: Mayra Espinosa, 424 Order to Show Cause shall be published You may examine the file kept by the
tice form is available from the court clerk. itor of the decedent, you must file your
North Delaware Street, San Glasgow Dr., Pacifica, CA 94044. The at least once each week for four succes-
Attorney for Petitioner: court. If you are a person interested in claim with the court and mail a copy to
business is conducted by an Individual. sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
Mateo, California, from June The registrants commenced to transact ing on the petition in the following news- Roxanne T. Jen, Esq. the estate, you may file with the court a the personal representative appointed by
3, 2019 through June 6, paper of general circulation: Rodnunsky & Associates Request for Special Notice (form DE- the court within the later of either (1) four
business under their FBN on 05/02/2019. 2000 Alameda de las Pulgas, Ste 154 months from the date of first issuance of
2019 between the hours of /s/Mayra Espinosa/ San Mateo Daily Journal 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
Filed: 5/14/2019 SAN MATEO, CA 94403 praisal of estate assets or of any petition letters to a general personal representa-
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Any This statement was filed with the Asses- (650)285-5400 tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- /s/Judge of the Superior Court/ or account as provided in Probate Code
stakeholder affected by the Dated: 5/10/2019 FILED: 5/10/2019 California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- section 1250. A Request for Special No- from the date of mailing or personal de-
LCAP or the San Mateo Un- 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). (Published 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19,
nal on 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 5/29/19 ) tice form is available from the court clerk. livery to you of a notice under section
ion High School District Attorney for Petitioner: 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
budget may appear before fiCTiTioUS bUSineSS name Michael Woods er California statutes and legal authority
1315 Bernal Ave. may affect your rights as a creditor. You
the San Mateo Union High STaTemenT #28121
may want to consult with an attorney
The following person is doing business BURLINGAME, CA 94010
School District Board of as: SPECIFYIT, 642 Joanne Drive, SAN noTiCe of peTiTion To (650)464-0014 knowledgable in California law.
Trustees and speak to the MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: You may examine the file kept by the
adminiSTer eSTaTe of FILED: 5/16/2019 court. If you are a person interested in
LCAP or the proposed budg- Donald Pitts, same address. The busi- Lloyd J. DeMartini noTiCe of peTiTion To (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- the estate, you may file with the court a
ness is conducted by an Individual. The Case Number: 19PRO00060-B nal on 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 5/29/19 )
et or any item therein. registrants commenced to transact busi-
adminiSTer eSTaTe of Request for Special Notice (form DE-
5/21/19 ness under their FBN on 04/30/2019.
Barbara Johnson 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
Case Number: 19PRO000607 praisal of estate assets or of any petition
CnS-3253285# /s/Donald Pitts/ tingent creditors, and persons who may or account as provided in Probate Code
San maTeo daily This statement was filed with the Asses- otherwise be interested in the will or es-
sor-County Clerk on 5/9/2019. (Publish- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- section 1250. A Request for Special No-
tate, or both, of Lloyd J. DeMartini, Lloyd tice form is available from the court clerk.
JoUrnal ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, John DeMartini, Lloyd DeMartini. A Peti- tingent creditors, and persons who may order To ShoW CaUSe for Attorney for Petitioner:
5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19). tion for Probate has been filed by Lenore otherwise be interested in the will or es- Change of name James M. O’Neil, Esq.
Griffin in the Superior Court of Califor- tate, or both, of Barbara Johnson. A Pe- 100 Pine Street, Suite 1250
nia, County of San Mateo. The Petition CASE# 19C1V02549
fiCTiTioUS bUSineSS name tition for Probate has been filed by Ross SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94111
for Probate requests that Lenore Griffin Laflin in the Superior Court of California, (415)992-3123
STaTemenT #281285 be appointed as personal representative COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
The following person is doing business to administer the estate of the decedent.
County of San Mateo. The Petition for 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
FILED: 4/25/2019
as: Janet’s Jewelry Designs, 2830 Flores Probate requests that Ross Laflin be ap- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
The petition requests the decedent’s will REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 nal on 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 5/29/19 )
St. #2, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis- and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- pointed as personal representative to ad- PETITION OF
tered Owner: Janet Cecchi-Acosta, same bate. The will and any codicils are avail- minister the estate of the decedent.
address. The business is conducted by Denise Muoi Yang
able for examination in the file kept by The petition requests the decedent’s will
an Individual. The registrants com- the court. and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro-
menced to transact business under their The petition requests authority to admin- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
FBN on N/A. bate. The will and any codicils are avail- Petitioners:Denise Muoi Yang filed a pe-
ister the estate under the Independent able for examination in the file kept by
/s/Janet Cecchi-Acosta/ Administration of Estates Act. (This au- tition with this court for a decree chang-
This statement was filed with the Asses- the court. ing name as follows:
thority will allow the personal representa-
sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2019. (Publish- tive to take many actions without obtain- The petition requests authority to admin- 295 art
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ing court approval. Before taking certain ister the estate under the Independent Present name:Denise Muoi Yang
5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19, 6/11/19). very important actions, however, the per- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- Proposed Name: Denise Quan Yang oil painTing-CanvaSS, Victorian
thority will allow the personal representa- Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
OBO (650)515-6091
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be-
fore this court at the hearing indicated 296 appliances
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- air CondiTioner 10000 BTU w/re-
tition for change of name should not be mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
granted. Any person objecting to the brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
name changes described above must file 0898
a written objection that includes the rea-
sons for the objection at least two court free WaSher and 220v dryer, both
days before the matter is scheduled to working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
be heard and must appear at the hearing move, stairs.
to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is glaSS-panel lampShade. Similar
to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the $75 (650)727-7266
petition shall be held on 6/25/19 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, hoTpoinT heavy Duty Dryer excellent
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this working condition Burlingame $50 Call
Order to Show Cause shall be published Dan (408)656-0958
at least once each week for four succes-
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- mayTag WaSher excellent working
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
ing on the petition in the following news- (408)656-0958
paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal mfg h20labS Model 300 exc cond
Filed: 5/14/2019 counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
/s/Judge of the Superior Court/
Dated: 5/10/2019 neW, Singer Sewing Machine Univer-
(Published 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19, sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
Tiffany STyle Lamp shade. Older-
multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
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296appliances 299computers 304furniture 304furniture 310Misc.forsale 311Musicalinstruments
VacuuM cLeaneR (reconditioned) 19"cOLOR Monitor with stand VG con- cOMPuteR swiVeL CHAIR. Padded sOLid wOOd Entertainment Center- deLuxe fOLdeR Walker - 5" wheels - wuRLitzeR uPRight piano. Fair con-
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 dition power cord/owners manual includ- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
cOuches Bed tables TV clothes etc X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o disPLaY case, glass top. 27”x20”x2”
297Bicycles RecORdaBLecd-R 74, Sealed, Unop- appt only Leave MSG (650)388-2445 (925)482-5742 Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. 312Pets&animals
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
aduLtBikes 1 regular and 2 with bal- (650) 578 9208 desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. taBLe 24"x48" folding legs each end. dRiVe 3-wheeL buggy $45. Call
(650)589-1407 One kenneL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 (650)458-3578 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
chiLd’sschwinnBicYcLe,BLue in 300toys fRee Magazines. Library discards (650)593-2066
diningchaiRs -Six Antique, year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. thOMasViLLe dining table, $50 4 crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 PaRROt cage, Steel, Large - approx
14-1000-Pcs PuzzLes $3.00 ea. Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 chairs, mid-century blonde with two
MOuntainBike new 21 gears $100. (650)207-4162 (650)888-2662 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
leaves call (650)697-3709. fRee: wiLd turkey feathers; whole offer. (650)245-4084
aMeRican fLYeR locomotive runs wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For
tiki BaR - Original from the 60’s,Like fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark
MOuntain Bike. Top brand. Runs good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 dining ROOM Table-Antique,Oak, Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 316clothes
good. $39. (660)342-5220 5chairs, w/ extension $200 (650)207-0882
JuMPand Play Keyboard brand new, in (650)290-3188
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. hat, t-shiRt, sweatshirt and comput- BROwn sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
298collectibles erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
staRwaRs Celebration 3 Darth Vader twO wOOd Book Shelves, $75 with
1984 tiMe magazine. Special 1994 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 dining taBLe (36"x54") and 4 match- drawers and pull-down desk call LiOneL chRistMas Holiday expan- fancY high heel shoes, never worn
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for (650)697-3709 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
(650)588-0842 $250 .(650)-654-1930.
302antiques usedBedROOM Furniture, FREE. Call LiOneLwesteRn Union Pass car and
49’eR 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie dining taBLe - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT (650)573-7381. dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 faux fuR Coat Woman's brown multi
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. BeeR steins-ORiginaL from Germa- Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- color in excellent condition 3/4
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. waLL unit/ROOM Divider. Simple MOtLeY cRue lp signed by neil lee length $50 (650)692-8012
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 lines. Breaks down for transportation.
(650)592-7483 sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
dining taBLe. 72" by 42". With leaf $25.(650)712-9962 leave message kaYanOMen’s Running shoes size 11
aPPROx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer negRini fencing Epee mask size M
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 good condition $20 (650)520-7045
MahOganY antique Secretary desk, waLnut chest, small (4 drawer with & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
4162 dResseR-antiqueVanitY Combo, 3 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 (415)260-6940
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- knee-high BLack women's boots,
BaseBaLLhatand beanie collection elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
(650)290-3188 white wickeR Armoire, asking $100, OLdB&L Microscope in good condition; $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
sold as set hundreds 1K Leave MSG great condition, text for picture (650)571- 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
(650)388-2445 ROseViLLe tuLiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. 0947
$45. (650)574-2490. engLishdRaw Table, $50 Solid Wood Ladies sequin dress, blue, size XL,
48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, RaY-Ban tOP Bar Sunglasses pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
cOLLectaBLe caBBage Patch Kids wOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New 303electronics 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- Men's stetsOn hat, size large, new,
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
(650) 572-8895 ethanaLLen sofa and love seat. Blue
fRee teLeVisiOn - Mitsubishi, velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- 306housewares 6596 (650) 578-9208
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
dePRessiOn gLass Dining Plate. 8 Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local ROLLeRBLades, used, size 10. $20 shOessize 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. stering. Free. (650)593-7001. cRYstaL wine glasses new (12ea)
Delivery available. obo. Please call (650)745-6309 (650)508-8662
$12 (650)762-6048 $20.00 Call 650-592-2648
gLideR rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- saMsOnite 26" tan hard-sided suit
OnkYO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. tuxedOsize 40, black, including white
gaMes Of the 23rd Olympiad maga- Mikasa set. White. Modern (square) case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. $45. (650)328-6709
0842 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 ikea dResseR, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. weddingdRess-designeR, Size 12,
new "BeLLa" buffet triple slow cooker siLk saRee 6 yards new nice color.for Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
LennOx Red Rose, Unused, hand PhiLLiPs-50”cOLORt.V., Heavy, $99 and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
(650)591-8062 ikeataBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. for $500 Call (650)867-1728
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, 2648 formation.
$ 30. (650)598-9804.
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. wOMan'saMeRican Rag faux leather
304furniture MahOganYtV Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
sink dOuBLe cast iron. Good condi-
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
sink, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, jacket. Perfect condition. Black
LOOking:sf Radio Station recordings; x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- $15.00 (650)544-5306 /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
1920’s through 80’s. antique dining table for six people 3709
Ron (925)284-5428. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 307Jewelry&clothing sLR Lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
wOMan's tahaRi jacket. Perfect con-
MattRess,twin long, excellent condi- dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
MiLLeR Lite Neon sign , work good antique MOhaganY Bookcase. Four tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 anne kLein silver-tone watch with (650) 952-3466
$59 call (650)218-6528 tiRes-set Of four P225 45 R18 $80
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- OBO (650)359-2238.
new deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 wOMen's BLack suede fur lined
OLd, antique, Bottle Collection: 20 Bedstead singLe, poster style, box ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 tuntuRi ROwing Machine, Good
spring, mattress available. $40.00. Sell! (650) 875-8159. 308tools Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
(650)593-7408 wORk BOOts. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
One cOLLectiOn of antique Cuban brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No niagaRa ViBRating Adjustable bed antique iROn Hand Drills. 3 available uniden haRLeY Davidson Gas Tank
Beige sOfa $99. Excellent Condition good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
Texting. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
(650) 315-2319 (408)656-0958
waLkeR- Good Condition - Like New - 318sportsequipment
sMaLL Rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- Bunk Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 BRiggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with $35 (650)341-5347
4162 queen sOfa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition,
B/O (650)685-2494 (650)771-6324. BigBeRtha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
tOPPs BaseBaLL complete set 1987 call (650)697-3709 311Musicalinstruments ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- . cRaftsMan 6”x9” belt/disc sander, (415)999-4474
4474 china caBinet Wallet, $20. Call
(650)589-1407 used once. Cost $330.00 check Sears 1929 antique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
RetROhutch Needs refinishing other- website. $150.00 (650)591-6283 ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
twO 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- wise good condition. Top detaches from BRand new Golf bag with Stand.
chOcOLateBROwn living room chair bottom $25. (650)712-9962
(650)742-6776. Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for cRaftsMan9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
both. Steve (650)518-6614 with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. No Texting.
Call 650-872-2371. dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 chROMatic haRMOnica: Horner
sOfa-BeigefaBRic, Orig. $900,
Vintage steMwaRe: 3 styles, 23 Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 Lg cRaftsMen shop vac 6.5hp $60 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, BRand new golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 cOMPuteRdesk (glass) & chair. Like (650)234-8218 (510)943-9221 (650)278-5776. Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
gtecher@comcast.net sOLid wOOd Dining table with exten- shOPsMithMaRk V 50th Anniversary
sion great piece great condition black most attachments. $1,500/OBO. ePiPhOne Les Paul Custom Prophecy eastOn aLuMinuM bat.33 inches, 30
cOMPuteRdesk with 3 side drawers . $80 (650)364-5263 (650)504-0585 Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask (650)421-5469.
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or twinBed, mattress, box spring, frame Vintage cRaftsMan Jig Saw. Circa eVeRLast 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
leave message $ 50. (650)598-9804. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
eVeRettuPRight antique piano.
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. guthY-RenkeR POweR Rider,Ever-
310Misc.forsale last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
hugeLudwig Drum Set Silver Sparkle erciser $20 (510)770-1976
500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint, & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 kneeRideR $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
BessYsMaLL Evening Hand Bag With LeatheRgOLf bag with 23 clubs $90.
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 PianO-andRew kOhLeR, Mahogany, (650) 592-2648.
BifOLd shutteRs 2x28”x79 $10.00 Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
(415)334-1980 Men's ROssignOL Skis. $95.00,
(650)544-5306 good condition, (650)341-0282.
BLueOYsteR cult lp signed by donald One dOzen Official League Diamond
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash PLaYeR PianO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
(408)661-6019 sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 (650)771-6324.
cashRegisteR Parts; Much Skin Not tOtaL gYM XLS, excellent condition.
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 sPinet PianO + Bench, $50. Call Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
cOscOPLaY Pen with travel bag. Used (650)589-1407 (650)588-0828
once $35 (650)591-2981 Vintage autOPianO upright player Vintage nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
cut gLass serving bowl 8" diameter piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
$25. Call 650-921-4016 message or email flycsir@hotmail.com 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
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318 Sports equipment Garage Sales 450 homes for rent 620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars 650 rVs
Workout BenCh, weights, bars, for Auto AuCtion CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50k Gulf StreAM, Sun Voyager ‘04.
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Eiffel Tower closed down after intruder tries to climb up

PARIS — The Eiffel Tower was evacuated and closed

down on Monday after a man began scaling the Paris
monument, eventually stopping his climb near the top
but apparently refusing to come down.
Some five hours after he was spotted, the man was seen
standing in the ironworks just under the third and highest
level of the monument. A rescuer dressed in red could be
seen nestled nearby, interacting with him.
A Paris police spokeswoman said earlier that a team of
firefighters including climbing specialists was on the
scene and in touch with the intruder, whose motivations
remain unclear.
Police said no further information was available.
It wasn’t immediately clear how the trespasser managed
to get past the Eiffel Tower’s stringent security system.
Tourists, including people dining on the second level,
said on French TV that they had been ordered to evacuate
when it was learned that someone was scaling the monu-
It’s not the first time someone has attempted to climb
up the tourist attraction. In 2015, British “freerunner” REUTERS
James Kingston climbed the edifice without safety ropes An unidentified man, left, climbs the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
and without permission, dodging security cameras as he
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Huawei apt to be stripped of Google services after US ban

By Frank Bajak and Joe McDonald thus apt to badly hurt Huawei, analysts say.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington claims Huawei poses a
national security threat, and its placement
Huawei could quickly lose its grip on the on the so-called Entity List by the Trump
No. 2 ranking in worldwide cellphone sales administration last week is widely seen as
after Google announced it would comply intended to persuade resistant U.S. allies in
with U.S. government restrictions meant Europe to exclude Huawei equipment from
to punish the Chinese tech powerhouse. their next-generation wireless networks,
The Trump administration’s move, which known as 5G.
effectively bars U.S. firms from selling “This is major crisis for Huawei. Instead
components and software to Huawei, ups of being the world’s largest handset manu-
the ante in a trade war between Washington facturer this year, it will struggle to stay
and Beijing that partly reflects a struggle two, but probably fall behind,” analyst
for global economic and technological Roger Entner said. “How competitive is a
dominance. smartphone without the most well-known
Google said it would continue to support and popular apps?”
existing Huawei smartphones but future Huawei will likely use its own, stripped-
devices will not have its flagship apps and down version of Android, whose basic code
services, including maps, Gmail and is provided free of charge by Google. But
search. Only basic services would be avail- the Mountain View company said Huawei
able for future versions of the Android would not be authorized to use other
operating system on Huawei’s smart- Google software and services if the sanc-
phones. tions go forward as announced.
Though the U.S. Commerce Department Google could seek exemptions, but
REUTERS grants exceptions, the ban announced last would not comment on whether it planned
Huawei smartphones are seen in front of displayed Google Play logo in thisphoto illustration. week on all purchases of U.S. technology is to do so.

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