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China retaliates on tariffs


Dow falls 617 points and the Nasdaq plunges 270 points
By Joe McDonald Inside potential eco- to their positions, ” said William
and Paul Wiseman nomic damage on Reinsch, a trade analyst at the Center
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS all sides from the for Strategic and International Studies
escalating trade and a former U.S. trade official. “As is
BEIJING — Sending Wall Street into war, the Dow often the case, however, the losers will
a slide, China announced higher tariffs Jones Industrial not be the negotiators or presidents,
Average fell 617 but the people.”
Monday on $60 billion worth of
Escalating US-China points, or 2.4%, Beijing’s move came after the U.S.
American goods in retaliation for
trade war sends and the technolo- raised duties Friday on $200 billion of
President Donald Trump’s latest penal- stocks plunging gy-heavy Nasdaq Chinese imports to 25%, up from
ties on Chinese products. 10%. In doing so, American officials
See page 10 plunged 270
Duties of 5% to 25% will take effect accused China of backtracking on
on June 1 on about 5,200 American points, or 3.4%,
its biggest drop of the year. Earlier, commitments it made in earlier negoti-
products, including batteries, spinach ations. The same day, trade talks
and coffee, China’s Finance Ministry stocks fell in Europe and Asia. REUTERS
“We appear to be in a slow-motion between the two countries broke up
said. U.S. 100 dollar banknotes and a Chinese 100 yuan banknote
train wreck, with both sides sticking
With investors worried about the See CHINA, Page 18 are seen in this picture illustration.

Officials look to
future of San
Bruno campus
School board requests proposals for
former school turned driving range
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

San Bruno school officials are moving


ahead with the process determining the
fate of the former Engvall Middle School
campus — potentially a key piece in the
vision to restructure the financially-
strapped school district.
The San Bruno Park Elementary Kevin Martinez
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL School District Board of Trustees direct-
David Scouffas tunes up a bicycle at Talbot’s Cyclery at 415 S. B St. After nearly 50 years of selling bicycles in downtown San ed administrators Saturday, May 14, to craft a request for
Mateo, the bicycle shop is set to close this summer to give owners Gary and Terri Moore a chance to retire. proposals at the 21-acre property currently occupied by the
San Bruno Golf Center.

Longtime cyclery’s ride comes to an end The direction sets the stage for forthcoming decision on
the fate of the land, as officials must determine whether they
prefer to lease or sell the site located at 2101 Sneath Lane.
Talbot’s Toyland going strong, only bike shop winding down See CAMPUS, Page 19
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
SB 50 heads to suspense file
After nearly 50 years of selling bicy- Sen. Scott Wiener’s housing legislation will
cles of all shapes and sizes in down-
town San Mateo, Talbot’s Cyclery at have fate determined at Thursday hearing
415 S. B St. is pumping the brakes on DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
its business, announcing on Monday
plans to close its doors in the coming The state Senate Appropriations
months to give owners Gary and Terri Committee sent one of the more divisive
Moore a chance to retire. piece of housing legislation currently
Though employees at the retail loca- before lawmakers to the suspense file
tion known for its selection of chil- during an initial hearing Monday, May
dren’s bicycles and specialized bicycle 13.
gear are in the process of marking The decision sets the stage for a hear-
items for one last sale, Keith ing Thursday, May 16, when members of Scott Wiener
Schumacker, general manager of

See CYCLERY, Page 18 See SB 50, Page 19


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2 Tuesday • May 14, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“The family you come from isn’t as important
as the family you’re going to have.”
— Ring Lardner, American humorist

This Day in History


Representatives from eight

1955 Communist bloc countries, including


the Soviet Union, signed the Warsaw
Pact in Poland. (The Pact was dis-
solved in 1991.)
In  1 6 4 3 , Louis XIV became King of France at age 4 upon
the death of his father, Louis XIII.
In  1 7 9 6 ,   English physician Edward Jenner inoculated 8-
year-old James Phipps against smallpox by using cowpox
matter.
In  1 8 0 4 , the Lewis and Clark expedition to explore the
Louisiana Territory as well as the Pacific Northwest left
camp near present-day Hartford, Illinois.
In  1 9 2 5 , the Virginia Woolf novel “Mrs Dalloway” was
first published in England and the United States.
In  1 9 4 0 , the Netherlands surrendered to invading German
forces during World War II.
In  1 9 4 8 , according to the current-era calendar, the inde-
pendent state of Israel was proclaimed in Tel Aviv by David
Ben-Gurion, who became its first prime minister; U.S.
President Harry S. Truman immediately recognized the new
nation.
In 1 9 6 1 , Freedom Riders were attacked by violent mobs in
Anniston and Birmingham, Alabama.
In  1 9 6 8 , John Lennon and Paul McCartney held a news REUTERS
conference in New York to announce the creation of the Flowers are pictured by the star of late actor Doris Day on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
Beatles’ latest business venture, Apple Corps.
In  1 9 7 3 ,   the United States launched Skylab 1, its first
manned space station. (Skylab 1 remained in orbit for six In other news ...
years before burning up during re-entry in 1979.) The
National Right to Life Committee was incorporated. Police: New Mexico driver with misdemeanors for allegedly post- guilty in March to one count of wire
In  2 0 0 1 , the Supreme Court ruled 8-0 that there is no ing Nazi propaganda at one school and fraud.
exception in federal law for people to use marijuana for med-
fled and said, ‘I don’t think so’ near another. Investigators say Gaudreault and his
ical purposes. LAS CRUCES, N. M. — A New The Orange County District co-defendants contacted victims
Mexico woman is facing charges after Attorney’s Office said Monday that 22- throughout Southern California and
police say she fled an officer during a year-old Grace Ziesmer of Fullerton is falsely told them their relatives needed
Birthdays traffic stop and told him, “I don’t think charged with one misdemeanor count
of vandalism and two misdemeanor
money immediately to fix a car or bail
out of jail or pay hospital bills.
so.”
Dona County court documents show counts of graffiti. The victims made wire transfers
Ricci Barnett was arrested April 21 fol- Authorities say Ziesmer posted Nazi ranging from $1, 000 to nearly
lowing the exchange. propaganda in March on the campus of $3,000. Some victims sent money
According to court documents, an Newport Harbor High school and on multiple times.
officer tried to pull over the 41-year- light poles near Fullerton College. Another defendant was sentenced in
old Barnett for driving the wrong way Ziesmer is due in court on June 6. It 2014 to five years in federal prison for
on a one-way street in Las Cruces, but was not immediately clear if she has an orchestrating the scam.
she refused to stop. attorney.
The documents say the officer made Authorities say they are prosecuting Fishermen rescue kayaker in
Movie producer Movie director Facebook contact with Barnett as she stopped at hate crimes and incidents to the fullest Southern California lagoon
George Lucas is Robert Zemeckis is co-founder Mark a red light. extent of the law. They say if Ziesmer
75. 68. Zuckerberg is 35. When the officer showed Barnett his is convicted of all charges she could CARLSBAD — A team of fisherman
badge, court documents say she face up to 18 months in jail. competing in a tournament rescued a
Photo-realist artist Richard Estes is 87. Actress Dame Sian kayaker who capsized in lagoon on the
Phillips is 86. Former Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., is 77. responded, “I don’t think so,” and
Guitarist Gene Cornish is 75. Actress Meg Foster is 71. Rock drove off. Man sentenced for San Diego County coast.
Kile Dorman tells Fox 5 his team
singer David Byrne is 67. Actor Tim Roth is 58. Rock singer She was eventually taken into cus- scamming grandparents was along the shore of Agua Hedionda
Ian Astbury (The Cult) is 57. Rock musician C.C. (aka Cecil) tody and charged with aggravated flee-
ing from a law enforcement officer and LOS ANGELES — Prosecutors say a Lagoon in Carlsbad when they saw the
DeVille is 57. Actor Danny Huston is 57. Rock musician Mike man has been sentenced in Los kayak overturn Saturday.
Inez (Alice In Chains) is 53. Fabrice Morvan (ex-Milli reckless driving.
It was not known if she had an attor- Angeles to a year in federal prison for Dorman says one man swam to shore
Vanilli) is 53. Rhythm-and-blues singer Raphael Saadiq is 53. his role in a scheme to dupe people but another began to sink.
Actress Cate Blanchett is 50. Singer Danny Wood (New Kids ney.
into believing their grandchildren or Teammate Nate Brown dove in and
on the Block) is 50. Former Homeland Security Secretary Woman accused of posting other relatives were in trouble in for- soon called for help, so Dorman
Kirstjen Nielsen is 47. Actor Gabriel Mann is 47. Singer eign countries and needed money right jumped in, and eventually two others.
Natalie Appleton (All Saints) is 46. Singer Shanice is 46. Nazi propaganda at schools away. A video made by another fisherman
Actress Carla Jimenez is 45. Rock musician Henry Garza (Los SANTA ANA — A Southern The U.S. Attorney’s Office says 48- recorded the rescue and the kayaker
Lonely Boys) is 41. Alt-country musician-singer Ketch Secor California woman has been charged year-old Pascal Gaudreault pleaded thanking the men.
is 41. Rock singer-musician Dan Auerbach is 40.
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By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • May 14, 2019 3


Burlingame protects smoking ban whistleblowers Police reports
By Austin Walsh tions from retaliation by their landlords, Kane said she is not aware of any issues in Sellout
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF who could theoretically evict someone for Burlingame concerning complaint retribu- Someone was arrested after stealing a
raising a complaint. tion regarding smoking, but has heard from bicycle on April 9 in San Francisco and
Burlingame officials approved protections City Attorney Kathleen Kane said ultimate- tenants that those fears may exist in other posting it for sale on Green Avenue in
for tenants fearing retaliation from landlords ly the city’s authority on the matter is limit- forms. For example, Kane said some renters San Bruno, it was reported at 5 p.m.
after reporting violations of the city’s smok- ed beyond putting the prohibition on the have said they were afraid to report a hole Saturday, May 4.
ing ban, raising questions over the need for a books, because disputes among landlords their apartment floor or plumbing issues for
broader set of whistleblower defense poli- and tenants are often settled in court. But in fear of eviction.
cies. instances when a tenant’s concern around It is also possible such concerns around SAN BRUNO
The Burlingame City Council unanimously retaliation appears justified, the city’s ordi- smoking complaints exist but officials have
not caught wind of them, said Kane. In t o x i c at e d s ub j e c t . Two men were
agreed Monday, May 6, to disallow retribu- nance disallowing such behavior can help
drunk and refused to leave a business on
tion against those who issue complaints that the victim build a case when filing legal “It may have happened but we wouldn’t
Huntington Avenue, it was reported at 2
someone is breaking the city’s policy complaints. know because nobody came forward,” she a.m. Sunday, May 5.
against smoking in apartment buildings. The protection is the extension of a deci- said. “But it was a concern at the county level Acci dent. A motorist ran a red light and hit
While agreeing the protection is a step in sion by officials recently to ban smoking in and we are trying to be responsive to it.” another car at West San Bruno Avenue and El
the right direction, officials also expressed apartments or other multi-family develop- Such perspective fueled Brownrigg’s Camino Real, it was reported at 1:40 a.m.
interest in expanding the reach of the policy ments, which relies heavily on complaints motion to broaden the scope of the conver- Sunday, May 5.
intended to protect those who may wish to from tenants for effective enforcement. sation around protections for whistleblow- Arres t. Someone was arrested for narcotics
file other complaints against neighbors, Expanding the tenant protection was rec- ers. on West San Bruno Avenue, it was reported
landlords or others. ommended by the San Mateo County Civil “For me it would seem reasonable to at 11:33 p.m. Saturday, May 4.
Councilman Michael Brownrigg shared his Grand Jury in a report last year, which sug- expand that basket of rights to be able to Petty theft. A man was cited for stealing
support for the smoking retaliation ban, gested Burlingame specify complaint retalia- raise an issue and have some safeguards items valued at $300 on El Camino Real, it
while opening the conversation for a larger tion is disallowed, with terms similar to ordi- against retaliation and I think someone could was reported at 8:47 p.m. Saturday, May 4.
examination of similar policies which could nances in Belmont, Brisbane, Daly City, reasonably argue safety issues are even more
be pursued later. Redwood City, San Bruno and unincorporated important than secondhand smoke,” he said. FOSTER CITY
“I do believe giving people an ability to San Mateo County. For her part, Kane said she supported hav-
ing that conversation but suggested a future Grand theft. Someone stole items from an
raise issues without worrying about retalia- The grand jury report suggested the
unlocked vehicle on East Hillsdale
tion is valuable, and I guess I feel if whether absence of a specific protection policy may study session is likely in order since a poten-
Boulevard sometime between 7:30 p.m. and
or not we do it for cigarettes, I think it is a discourage some from stepping forward with tial decision is likely to have widespread
7:40 p.m., it was reported at 8:41 p.m.
valuable thing that I would like to explore,” a passage that said “vulnerable residents, impact.
Thursday, May 9.
he said, according to video of the meeting. such as undocumented immigrants, may fear “I think that is certainly a worthwhile dis- ID theft. Someone gave their information
Under the most recent decision, city policy that a complaint could result in disclosure, cussion that I am happy to let the council over the phone to a caller in a phone scam
will shield tenants reporting smoking viola- eviction or deportation.” consider,” she said. on Foster Square Lane, it was reported at
5:52 p.m. Thursday, May 9.

San Bruno budget update drives concerns Burg l ary . Someone broke into a car on
Hillsdale Boulevard, it was reported at 8
a.m. Thursday, May 9.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT $890,000 more than the prior fiscal year, ties. The special meeting will begin 5:30 Arres t. A Vallejo man was arrested for pos-
sales tax, which is about $177,000 more p.m., in the San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 session of a controlled substance on Gull
Though tax revenue is on the rise in San than the prior fiscal year, and hotel tax, Crystal Springs Road. The regular meeting Avenue, it was reported at 10:25 a. m.
Bruno, the amount of income collected is which is about $177,000 more than the prior will begin 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 8.
still insufficient to keep track with spend- fiscal year. Meanwhile, spending rose large-
ing, according to a recent city budget ly due to a 3% salary increase granted to city
update. employees, according to the report.
The San Bruno City Council is set to exam- Concerns around budget trends are driving
ine the third quarter budget update during the the interest of city officials to potentially
meeting Tuesday, May 14, which tracks the float a sales tax measure in a coming elec-
city’s finances through March. tion. A recent poll suggested as many as 67%
The analysis detailed in a staff report con- of voters would support a half-cent sales tax
firms financial concerns previously shared hike in the fall election, which could gener-
by officials who point to spending outpac- ate as much as $4 million annually.
ing income when making a case for a tax No decision has been made on the initia-
measure which could soon be floated before tive, which would face an August deadline for
voters. councilmembers to approve putting the pro-
The most recent report suggested property, posal before voters. Officials have said the
sales and hotel tax income rates are higher money generated by the tax would help
than years prior, but still inadequate to keep finance capital improvements, while also
track with spending levels. To that end, the solidifying the city’s financial footing. If
existing fiscal year’s budget suggests $46 floated to the election ballot, a simple
million will be collected in revenue while majority supporter from voters would be
$48 million will be spent, and the difference required to pass.
will be covered by existing fund balances. In advance of the budget conversation, a
The income is fueled primarily through special meeting will be held discussing poli-
growth in property tax, which is about cies for establishing small wireless facili-
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Tuesday • May 14, 2019 5

Biden says he’s open to Around the state


California sues US over
home health worker union dues

breaking up Facebook
By Hunter Woodall
SACRAMENTO — Five states have joined forces to try
and block a new rule from the Trump administration they
say weakens labor unions and their abil-
ity to collectively bargain for wages and
benefits.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
California Attorney General Xavier
Becerra, a Democrat, announced the law-
HAMPTON, N.H. — Joe Biden said suit on Monday with attorneys general
Monday that he would be open to in Washington, Connecticut,
breaking up Facebook, a sign of the Massachusetts and Oregon.
deep skepticism among many The lawsuit seeks to block a rule final-
Democratic presidential contenders ized last week by the Centers for
about the power of massive technolo- Xavier Becerra
Medicaid & Medicare Services. Becerra
gy firms. and union leaders say it would ban home health care workers
In an interview with the Associated paid for by Medicaid from automatically deducting their
Press, the former vice president, who union dues and health insurance premiums from their pay-
is now running for the White House, checks.
said that dismantling large technology CMS spokesman Jack Cheevers declined to comment on
companies including Facebook is Monday, saying the agency has not seen the lawsuit yet.
“something we should take a really But in announcing the final rule last week, CMS said “noth-
hard look at.” ing in this rule would interfere with an employer’s ability to
His 2020 rival, Sen. Elizabeth make payroll deductions that are required by law or volun-
Warren of Massachusetts, has been the tary deductions for things like health and life insurance ...
most outspoken Democratic presiden- REUTERS and union dues.”
tial candidate to press for greater regu- Joe Biden holds a campaign stop in Des Moines, Iowa. In 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled union dues for
lation of Silicon Valley’s most promi- home health care workers had to be voluntary, meaning
nent companies. While Biden didn’t ing misinformation to poison the pub- AP, the Trump administration hasn’t unions could not deduct dues from employees who were not
fully embrace her proposal — saying lic debate. Sen. Kamala Harris of done enough to enforce antitrust laws members yet were still covered under the collective bar-
it’s “premature” to make a final judg- California said this weekend that she in a variety of industries. gaining agreement. That same year, former President
ment — he praised Warren and said she was open to revamping Facebook, The former vice president is mak- Barack Obama’s administration issued a ruling clarifying
“has a very strong case to be made” for telling CNN the company is essential- ing his first trip to New Hampshire states could deduct dues from paychecks of home health care
cracking down on tech giants. ly a public utility. But Sen. Cory this week as a declared candidate for workers who volunteered to join the union.
The comments demonstrate how Booker of New Jersey told ABC that the 2020 Democratic nomination.
Facebook is increasingly a flashpoint such calls aren’t very different from the He’s dominating the early polls but Newsom pardons two
in the campaign for the Democratic tough tactics President Donald Trump faces questions about whether he can
presidential nomination, with some takes against his enemies. keep the momentum going after two ex-refugees facing deportation
candidates arguing the influence of Regardless of whether Facebook is previous presidential campaigns fal- SACRAMENTO — Two former Cambodian refugees facing
such companies is unchecked, allow- ultimately broken up, Biden told the tered. deportation for crimes committed as young adults are
among seven people pardoned by
California Gov. Gavin Newsom in his
Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez set to rally to boost Green New Deal first acts of clemency since taking office
in January.
By Matthew Daly ers seeking the has made climate Newsom on Monday pardoned Kang
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democratic presi- change the center- Hen of San Jose, who pleaded guilty to
dential nomination piece of his presi- being the getaway driver during an
WASHINGTON — The Green New criticize former Vice dential bid, called attempted armed robbery in 1994. Hen
Deal has been blocked in the Senate, President Joe Biden climate change an surrendered to authorities April 1 after he
and Democratic House leaders refuse to over his yet-to-be- urgent crisis, Gavin Newsom was notified he was wanted for deporta-
take it up, but activists and politicians released climate adding, “‘Middle- tion.
who back the sweeping plan to address plan. Published ground’ approaches The Democrat also issued a pardon for Hay Hov of
climate change are pushing to make it a reports suggest and half measures Oakland, who was convicted of solicitation to commit mur-
top issue in the 2020 campaign. Biden is seeking won’t cut it. We der and participation in a street gang in 2001.
Bernie Sanders “middle ground” on Alexandria need a large-scale
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Hov, a naturalized citizen, was taken into custody immi-
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New climate, an Ocasio-Cortez national mobiliza- gration officials in March.
York will headline a rally Monday approach Sanders rejected as timid. tion to defeat cli-
night at Howard University that also “There is no ‘middle ground’ when it mate change and grow millions of jobs
features Sen. Ed Markey of comes to climate policy,” Sanders in a clean energy economy.” Obituary
Massachusetts and Varshini Prakash, tweeted Friday. “If we don’t commit to Ocasio-Cortez, the chief House
executive director of the Sunrise fully transforming our energy system author of the Green New Deal, called John Rocheleau
Movement, the group behind the Green away from fossil fuels, we will doom Biden’s reported approach “a deal- 12/16/1960 – 05/10/2019
New Deal. future generations.” breaker” in a tweet and said there can be John Rocheleau, age 58, of San Mateo, CA, passed
The rally comes as Sanders and oth- Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who no “middle ground” on climate. away suddenly on May 10, 2019. He is survived by
parents, Raymond E. Rocheleau, Jr. & Judith Rocheleau;
children, Alexander Rocheleau, Lauren Rocheleau, and
Kate Rocheleau; grandchildren, Mason & Addyson
Rocheleau; sisters, Carol Levesque (Dan), Judy
Windover (Sam O’Donoghue), Terri Taylor (Gregg),
Kimberley Colangelo (Gary), and Sandi Pastore
(Steven); and many nieces & nephews. Visitation will
be Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 12:00 PM until 2:00
PM at Tom M. Wages Snellville Chapel with a Memorial
Service to follow at 2:00 PM. Condolences may be
sent or viewed at www.wagesfuneralhome.com. Tom
M. Wages Funeral Service, LLC, A Family Company,
3705 Highway 78 West, Snellville, GA 30039 (770-979-
3200) has been entrusted with the arrangements.
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Felicity Huffman pleads guilty


in college admissions scheme the cheating by having students obtain per-
By Alanna Durkin Richer
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mission for extra time on the exams through
diagnoses for things like learning disabili-
BOSTON — “Desperate Housewives” star ties, and then taking the exams at his testing
Felicity Huffman pleaded guilty Monday in center, prosecutors say.
the college admissions bribery scheme, the In court, Huffman explained her daughter
biggest name to do so in a scandal that has had been seeing a neuropsychologist for
underscored the lengths to which some years and been getting extra time on tests
wealthy parents will go to get their children since she was 11 — an apparent attempt to
into top universities. explain that her daughter’s doctor had no part
The Emmy-winning actress, 56, could face in the scheme.
prison time after she admitted to participat- “I just didn’t want to create the impression
ing in the nationwide scam, in which author- that neuropsychologists have any part in
ities say parents bribed coaches, rigged this,” a tearful Huffman said before stopping
entrance exams or both to game the admis- to collect herself.
sions system. Sentencing was set for Sept. 13. Because REUTERS
Huffman pleaded guilty in federal court to she agreed to plead guilty, prosecutors said Actor Felicity Huffman, accompanied by her brother Moore Huffman Jr., leaves the federal
paying an admissions consultant $15,000 to they would recommend four months in courthouse after facing charges in a nationwide college admissions cheating scheme in Boston.
have a proctor correct her older daughter’s prison, but the judge could choose not to put her attorneys while her brother watched from old daughter, who was not aware of her plan.
answers on the SAT. She also considered her behind bars at all. the front row. Her husband, actor William H. “This transgression toward her and the
going through with the plan for her younger She arrived at court holding the hand of her Macy, didn’t attend. public I will carry for the rest of my life. My
daughter before ultimately deciding not to, brother Moore Huffman Jr. and did not say Huffman had apologized in a statement last desire to help my daughter is no excuse to
authorities say. anything to journalists. In court, she wore a month and said she will accept the conse- break the law or engage in dishonesty,”
The consultant, Rick Singer, arranged for gray dress and a sweater and sat flanked by quences. She said she “betrayed” her 18-year- Huffman said.

Pair of storms to superintendent. He also commercial building near the Daly City-San
Local briefs worked as an administra- Francisco city line were displaced from their
hit Bay Area this week areas seeing a half-inch to an inch of rain. tor in the Cabrillo homes Sunday afternoon when a two-alarm
A pair of back-to-back storms will move Walbrun said the weekend storm is expect- Unified and San Bruno fire damaged several second-floor apartment
through the Bay Area this week, with the ed to deliver at least a half-inch of rain. Park Elementary school units, North County Fire Authority fire-
first coming through on Tuesday through The thunderstorm risk is low and the districts. fighters said Sunday night.
Thursday and the second on Friday through storms aren’t expected to be major wind A county Office of Nine engine companies, two truck compa-
the weekend, according to the National events. Education press release nies and other firefighters responded at 4:19
Weather Service. said Mehl died Saturday, p.m. Sunday to 9 Liebig St., near Mission
The storms will be more like winter-sea- Former county school John Mehl May 4, following a brief Street. Everyone inside the building had
son systems as opposed to springtime rain. illness.
“What’s unusual is the model for these superintendent dies “In addition to his professional accom-
already escaped the building.
plishments, Dr. Mehl is remembered by The fire appears to have started in an
storms, and the timing and the strength of John Mehl, who served as the San Mateo
staff for his friendliness — he always had a apartment in the back of the building, fire-
these storms,” said Carolina Walbrun, a County superintendent from 2002 until
2005, died last week. He was 76. kind word for everyone,” according to the fighters said; one apartment sustained
meteorologist with the weather service.
Most of the rain for the first storm will Prior to his election as the county’s chief release issued Friday, May 10. heavy fire damage, and all the building’s
fall in the Bay Area on Wednesday into school official, Mehl joined the county Mehl served one term as county superin- apartments sustained smoke damage.
Thursday, being evenly spread and most Office of Education in 1991 as an associate tendent, prior to resignation which gave Firefighters kept the flames from spreading
way to the appointment of Jean Holbrook, to adjacent buildings.
who retired in 2011. Holbrook was followed The fire was completely out about four
by former Anne Campbell, whose retire- hours after it was reported. The 13 displaced
ment gave way to the election of residents were being helped Sunday night
Superintendent Nancy Magee last year. by the American Red Cross.
No civilians or firefighters were injured,
None hurt but 13 and the cause of the fire is under investiga-
displaced in two-alarm fire tion by the North County Fire Authority’s
Fire Prevention Services Bureau.
Thirteen residents of a mixed apartment-
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US farmers who sell to China feel pain of tariffs


By David Pitt To Brent Gloy of Grant, Nebraska, many
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS farmers like him appear to be facing only
bleak alternatives for planting.
DES MOINES, Iowa — China’s “There’s just not a lot people can do,”
announcement Monday of higher tariffs on Gloy said. “You’re looking at late corn
$60 billion of American exports — retalia- planting through part of the corn belt.
tion for President Donald Trump’s latest They would normally go to soybeans. Man
penalties on Chinese goods — hit particu- it’s just a mess.”
larly hard in the farm belt. China’s vast On Monday, Trump told reporters that a
consumer market has been a vital source of new program to relieve U.S. farmers’ pain
revenue for American farmers. is being devised and predicted that they
Since December, when U.S. and China will be “very happy.” The administration
negotiators called a truce to tariffs and last year handed farmers aid worth $11 bil-
began signaling that an agreement might lion to offset losses from trade conflicts.
be reached, soybean farmers had been hold- Trump seemed to suggest that the aid will
ing out hope that sales to China would make up for, or partially cover, the $15
resume, said Todd Hultman, an Omaha- billion that he said represented “the
based grain market analyst with agriculture biggest purchase that China has ever made
market data provider DTN. In the mean- with our farmers. ” In fact, U. S. farm
time, the farmers had been storing a record exports to China approached $26 billion
stockpile of nearly 1 billion bushels. in both 2012 and 2013 and equaled $19.5
The latest news of a new round of tariffs, billion in 2017 — before his trade war
with no agreement in sight, spooked the began taking a toll on agricultural sales to
financial markets and some farmers who REUTERS China.
had been tentatively optimistic. U.S. farmers who depend on sales to China feeling pain of Beijing’s retaliatory tariffs. Gloy, an agriculture economist and a
“This is hitting the market at a very emo- Heisdorffer, a soybean farmer in Keota, planting corn. Typically when it becomes partner in the online research website
tionally distressful time,” Hultman said. Iowa, who is chairman of the ASA. “Our too late to plant corn, farmers will instead Agriculture Economic Insights, said he
“The rug of hope was pulled out from under patience is waning, our finances are suffer- plant soybeans, which can grow later into fears there may be no end in sight to the
us and especially with the announcement ing and the stress from months of living the fall before harvest is required. Yet now, Trump administration’s trade dispute with
this morning that China is going to retali- with the consequences of these tariffs is planting soybeans with the overabundance China. And he noted that most crops that
ate with higher tariffs of their own.” mounting.” already in bins and scant hope for sales to farmers could plant aren’t profitable right
In a statement Monday, the American A slowdown in soybean sales, and the one of the biggest buyers in China, could now.
Soybean Association reacted with frustra- huge stockpiles that result, has a ripple raise the risk of a financial disaster. He also said that some fellow farmers he
tion edged with anxiety. effect. Farmers in many parts of the corn “This is the fifth year of low prices, basi- speaks with are beginning to sound notes
“The sentiment out in farm country is belt have suffered from a wet and cooler cally, for crops,” Hultman said. “I think of discontent with the Trump administra-
getting grimmer by the day,” said John spring, which has prevented them from time is just wearing us out.” tion.

Man accused of Redwood City Denny’s stabbing takes plea


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT wife worked at 1201 Broadway July 5 and tion order to keep him from contacting his man’s injuries included a punctured kidney
stabbing an employee he believed was wife, according to prosecutors. and loss of a lung, according to prosecutors.
A 36-year-old man accused of stabbing an having an affair with her, according to On July 5, Legorreta went to the Denny’s In custody on $5 million bail, Legorreta’s
employee at a Redwood City Denny’s prosecutors. restaurant in the early evening while his case was set to go to trial Monday when he
restaurant last year is set to be sentenced to Between June 21 and June 26, Legorreta wife was working and found that her co- accepted the plea deal. His defense attorney
15 years and eight months in state prison and his wife are believed to have had an worker, a 22-year-old man who Legorreta Scott Sherman said he client would have
after he pleaded no contest to attempted ongoing dispute over the alleged affair, suspected of having an affair with her, was faced a life sentence if he was convicted as
murder, felony false imprisonment and resulting in Legorreta blocking her exit in the restroom. He went to the restroom charged, and that he believed the case was
felony witness dissuasion Monday, accord- from their home to get her to discuss the and allegedly stabbed the man three times in overcharged and it wouldn’t have been
ing to the San Mateo County District issue and forcing her to leave the house his stomach and back and was detained by worth the risk of going to trial under the cir-
Attorney’s Office. through a bedroom window while he was Redwood City police officers as he left the cumstances.
Slated to be sentenced Wednesday, sleeping. On June 26, the couple’s 11-year- restaurant, according to prosecutors. “This is a sad case, ” he said. “Mr.
Francisco Legorreta admitted he used a old daughter called police when she heard As the stabbing victim was transported Legorreta has been a good law-abiding citi-
deadly weapon and inflicted great bodily them arguing, and officers arrested out of the restaurant on a gurney, Legorreta zen. … He’s a good man who will put this
injury for going to the restaurant where his Legorreta and issued an emergency protec- allegedly said he hoped the man dies. The behind him and move on with his life.”
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Burgeoning numbers of Cubans trying to enter US


By Cedar Attanasio, Elliot through April, 4,737 Cubans without legal
Spagat and Michael Weinssenstein status entered the U. S. at crossings in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Customs and Border Protection’s El Paso
field office, compared with 394 in the previ-
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico — Burgeoning ous 12 months. Along the entire U.S.-
numbers of Cubans are trying to get into the Mexico border, 10, 910 Cubans came
U.S. by way of the Mexican border, creating through official crossings between October
a big backlog of people waiting on the and April, versus 7,079 in the previous 12
Mexican side for months for their chance to months.
apply for asylum. Migrants applying for asylum are often
The surge over the past several months released into the U.S. while their cases
has been propelled in part by loosened trav- make their way through immigration
el restrictions in Central America and deteri- courts, which can take years. But for
orating living conditions in Cuba. Cubans, it’s easier to settle in the United
As a result, about 4,500 asylum seekers, States than for others.
the vast majority of them Cuban, have Communist Cuba refuses to fully cooper-
descended on Ciudad Juarez, across from El ate with the U.S. on deportations, meaning
Paso, Texas — an influx that has raised ten- that if the migrants lose their asylum cases,
sions with some locals. Cuba generally doesn’t take them back. The
“It’s a bottleneck with an opening that is U.S. then has little choice but to let them
getting smaller,” said Enrique Valenzuela, stay.
an official of Mexico’s Chihuahua state, For Cubans and others, one of the biggest
which manages Juarez’s waiting list. obstacles is simply getting an opportunity
“People keep coming.” to apply for asylum. Over the last year, the
For decades during the Cold War and REUTERS Trump administration has sharply limited
beyond, Cubans tried to reach the U.S. by Cuban migrants run away from Siglo XXI migration facility in Tapachula, Mexico. the number of asylum claims it processes at
air, land and sea, many of them crossing the managed to reach American soil. For many Laredo, Texas. But now many are using a rel- land crossings, forcing people to wait their
90 miles to Florida in dangerously rickety Cubans, their best option is going to the atively new and shorter route: They fly to turn in Mexico.
boats and rafts. U.S.-Mexican border and claiming asylum. Panama or Nicaragua, pay smugglers to help At the current processing rate, the wait in
In January 2017, though, the U.S. ended For many years, Cubans entering through them reach the U.S. border, and seek to Juarez is now up to five months, compared
its “wet-foot, dry-foot” policy of almost the southern border generally flew to South come across at El Paso. with only a few days as recently as
automatically admitting any Cuban who America and tried to come into the U.S. at In the seven-month period from October February.

Official: Initial US assessment blames Iran for ship attacks


By Lolita C. Baldor The official said each ship has a 5- to Iranian involvement in the explosions. The U.S. has warned ships that “Iran or its
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
10-foot hole in it, near or just below the The official was not authorized to discuss proxies” could be targeting maritime traffic
water line, and the team’s early belief is the investigation publicly and spoke on in the region, and America has moved addi-
that the holes were caused by explosive condition of anonymity. tional ships and aircraft into the region.
WASHINGTON — An American military ch arg es . Th e t eam o f U. S. mi l i t ary Gulf officials have characterized the dam- The incident comes after months of
team’s initial assessment is that Iranian or experts was sent to investigate the dam- age to the tankers as sabotage. Two Saudi increasing diplomatic and economic pres-
Iranian-backed proxies used explosives ag es at t h e reques t o f t h e UAE, b ut oil tankers, a Norwegian-flagged vessel, sure on Iran, which the U.S. accuses of
Sunday to blow large holes in four ships American officials have not provided any and a bunkering tanker flagged in Sharjah, threatening American interests and allies in
anchored off the coast of the United Arab details about what exactly happened or one of the UAE’s seven emirates, all suffered the region, including Saudi Arabia and the
Emirates, a U.S. official said Monday. an y p ro o f as y et ab o ut t h e p o s s i b l e similar damage Sunday. UAE.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday • May 14, 2019 9


Letters to the editor Highs and lows
I
am not a gambling man. However, I
Our men and women in blue absolutely no mention of its main purpose, of traffic. On the way to my activities, I am willing to bet that you and I woke
the installation of a spur track and mainte- often am late because of the traffic on up this morning, dressed ourselves and
Editor, nance yard. Hillsdale Boulevard from Highway 101.
I happened to be on a bike ride entering set out for some agenda — albeit work,
Caltrain’s deception in leaving mention Also, I notice that people don’t follow the school or another task. For some of us, the
Sawyer Camp Trail and had the opportunity of this critical portion of their project out traffic rules. Another thing that I notice is
to witness the impressive and solemn cere- morning may have involved applying
of any City Council or community meet- that when you are entering Foster City makeup, perfume and other items — all
mony to unveil the memorial to Officer ings is unacceptable. They mention reloca- from Highway 101, a lot of people try to before walking out of the house. If you are
Eugene Doran. tion of power lines in their power points,
If you go to Sawyer Camp Trail and enter cut you off which is not safe. anything like me, you may have even
yet fail to include the relocation of a large To prevent the traffic problem, Foster acknowledged at least one or two people
on the south end, you will see it on your and intrusive rail yard. Caltrain knows that
left before entering. Take time to read the City Council is trying a pilot program with a smile or a kind gesture on your way
this is a poor location and needs to consid- to work.
inscription. Afterwards, every time you er better options. There will be a meeting where they are not allowing left turns from
cross the massive Doran Bridge nearby on 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on certain roads. Instead Below the surface, I am also willing to bet
about this issue at a day and time to be that we are all currently facing challenges
Interstate 280, you will be appreciative of determined. of helping, this has increased the problem
because people are not able to turn left and that have real
our men and women in blue.
they are congesting the roads especially emotional effects
Anne de la Rosa on us. Behind
the drivers trying to cut into the State
Thomas Weissmiller San Mateo the smiles, the
Route 92 bridge. I hope this issue gets
clothing and the
San Mateo resolved and the City Council finds a better gestures are trials
Solutions for the real problems solution to this problem. Otherwise, the that are far more
business owners in Foster City may be real than we
The next best thing Editor, impacted as well.   would feel com-
Editor, I read with interest the Daily Journal’s
article about Newsom’s funding to reduce fortable sharing
Yondr Pouches are the best thing I have with others. The
homelessness. I am backpacking along the Alan Meamber
heard of since apple pie and the Fourth of fatigue of bat-
California Coast and also, technically Redwood City
July (“Students need their phones at tling a sickness
homeless, although not suffering some of
school” Student News column in the May or an infirmity; a
broken marriage; Jonathan Madison
the causes such as addiction or mental ill-
11-12 edition).
Electronic devices prevent students from
ness. Recent adoption of new a regretful past; adjusting to life after the
Government budgets always seem to have
using their own brain to figure things out
a vagueness to them. The general public abortion laws in many states recent death of a loved one; harrowing debts
and can be detriment for academic or life and financial shortcomings; or overcoming
knows about pork-this funding ends up Editor,
success. Students don’t need smartphones being fodder for corporatelike institutions a losing battle with an addiction.
at school to help them cheat on tests and Recently many states have adopted new Many of us hide the most vulnerable parts
that just prop up a consumer-driven econo- laws restricting abortions and in some
homework. They are cheating themselves. my, with its concomitant environmental of ourselves because we do not want to bur-
A blanket rule should be put into effect cases “criminalizing” women that would den the rest of the world with our problems.
destructiveness. have an abortion. I noticed that in the laws
— no smartphones during school hours. We can’t deal with climate change and Beyond this, our society is obsessed with
They are a distraction from academic func- so far there has been no mention of the the appearance of “winning,” rather than the
pollution and species extinction while also “co-conspirator” or the punishment to be
tions and open the door to numerous per- pushing more funding for everything. It reality of being vulnerable. We have created
sonal diversions. inflicted on them. So what gives? The “co- a false perception that vulnerability is a
seems that many business people and
Accolades to San Mateo High School politicians and their intermediaries simply conspirator” should be held equally respon- weakness, rather than a strength. That being
about Yondr Pouches. look at “problems” as homelessness, poor sible and be subject to the same law. One “tough” and refusing to acknowledge pain is
health, or so-called “humanitarian” crises, wonders why are these laws are so discrimi- somehow strong. Our society embraces
or tyrannical regimes like Syria or nating? They surely will not stand a court life’s “highs” and detests life’s “lows.” The
Scotty Paterson Venezuela, and so on as just another oppor- test. end results speak for themselves. Drug
Millbrae tunity to profit. Hopefully, there is some clarification. addiction and sexual perversion have all but
We need to rethink funding institutional dominated our culture. Depression and other
action as the solution to every problem. mental illnesses have surged among
Rail yard near Hayward Homelessness itself is not really a prob- Bob Krainz Americans. In 2017, 47,173 Americans died
by suicide, triggering a national crisis.
Park neighborhood lem-disease, malnutrition, mental illness, Belmont The staggering number tells us two
addiction and violent and non-violent
Editor, things. First, people in our nation are in
crime are problems. They can actually be
Caltrain plans to locate a permanent great pain. That pain is not a respecter of
Track Maintenance Area, including a
treated, and really be treated successfully Higher levels of CO2 are better wealth, socioeconomic status, race, creed or
and well, without the mentality to profit.
1,000-foot spur track within the residen- For example, rather than institutionaliz- Editor, religion. Consider that last year, world
tially zoned Hayward Park neighborhood of Life on Earth has always flourished at renowned purse designer and entrepreneur
ing care for the homeless, we would be bet-
San Mateo. This yard will store huge rail higher levels of CO2 and temperature than Kate Spade and CNN host and celebrity chef
ter served if local families adopted a needy
maintenance and construction equipment, we have today, according to climate scien- Anthony Bourdain committed suicide after
homeless person in a lifelong relationship
have regular middle of the night work tist Ian Plimer. But he says life has always losing battles with mental illnesses. Their
of friendship and stewardship. We as peo-
staged from its location and will add perished when the Earth was colder as in deaths cast a light on the startling suicide
ple don’t need to outsource responsibility
immense noise and illumination pollution the Little Ice Age that ended in 1850 after rate in our nation. There are 129 suicides per
anymore.
to this quiet residential area. causing the Great Famine in Europe that day in the nation. Beyond this, consider the
It will be located within 30 yards of publicly known individuals who attempted
Chris Gropp killed millions of people. NASA says that
Hayward Square Park, and even closer to and survived suicide: Oprah Winfrey, Halle
Sacramento the Earth is now greener in almost every Barry, Elton John, Drew Barrymore and
multiple homes and apartments along region than 50 years ago. Growing seasons
South B Street. Caltrain needs to re-evalu- Michael Phelps, among others.
are now longer and there is more arable Second, few are willing to confront that
ate the proposed location and move it to a
more industrially zoned area. Foster City traffic problem land. This is why many nations in the U.N. pain. Instead, many revert to antidepres-
Additionally, I felt purposely deceived do not want to be cooled. sants to numb their perception of the prob-
Editor,
when I initially asked why massive I am a middle school student and a resi- lem. Of course, enough of this practice leads
amounts of dirt was being dumped west of dent of Redwood City. I go to Foster City to substance abuse and addiction, which
the tracks between 10th and 14th avenues weekly to attend my after-school activi- Ed Kahl exacerbates the mental illness. The trend in
and was told only that it was related to the ties. I have an issue I would like to bring to Woodside suicides among publicly known and success-
25th Avenue grade separation project with your attention; in Foster City, there is a lot ful individuals as a result of mental illness
has surged in recent years — Heath Ledger
in 2008, Robin Williams in 2014, Linkin
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Escalating trade war sends stocks plunging


By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 25,568.06
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged Low: 25,222.51
more than 600 points Monday as investors Close: 25,324.99
sought shelter from an escalating trade war
between the U.S. and China. Change: -617.38
The selling was widespread and heavy,
handing the benchmark S&P 500 index its OTHER INDEXES
biggest loss since January. The sell-off S&P 500: 2811.87 -69.53
extended the market’s slide into a second NYSE Index: 12,526.72 -261.42
week. The losses so far in May have now
erased the market’s gains from April. Nasdaq: 7647.02 -269.92
Technology companies, which do a lot of NYSE MKT: 2523.64 -53.26
business with China, led the way lower. Russell 2000: 1523.00 -49.99
Chipmakers were among the biggest declin-
Wilshire 5000: 29,041.40 -760.20
ers. Apple also took heavy losses, tum-
bling 5. 8%. Farming equipment maker
Deere drove losses in the industrial sector. 10-Yr Bond: 2.40 -0.05
The world’s two largest economies had Oil (per barrel): 60.82 -0.84
seemed to be on track to resolve the ongo- Gold : 1,300.30 +12.90
ing trade dispute that has raised prices for
consumers and pinched corporate profit
margins. Hopes for a resolution had helped
push the market to its best yearly start in Boeing slid 4.9%. increases on $60 billion of U.S. imports, Technology dropped 6.3% and Advanced
decades. The broader S&P 500 index fell 69.53 particularly farm products like soybeans. Micro Devices lost 6.2%.
Those hopes are now replaced by con- points, or 2.4%, to 2,811.87. The index is The price of soybeans slid 0.8% to $8.04 a Some of the biggest chipmakers in the
cerns that a full-blown trade war could crimp coming off its worst week since January, bushel. They were trading around $9 a U.S. lean heavily on China for their sales,
what is otherwise a mostly healthy econo- though it’s still up sharply for the year. The bushel last month and are now at their low- making them particularly vulnerable to the
my. Nasdaq, which is heavily weighted with est price since December 2008. The falling worsening tensions between the two coun-
“The larger issue with the tariffs isn’t the technology stocks, slid 269.92 points, or price has put pressure on U.S. farmers. tries. With China now retaliating against
specific amounts of tariffs at any given 3.4%, to 7,647.02, its worst drop of the Analysts have said investors should pre- the Trump administration’s tariffs, it has
time, but the uncertainty that’s surrounding year. pare for a more volatile stock market while become more likely the chip sector will be
these tariffs and the ‘what’s-next?’ of an The Russell 2000 index of small company the trade dispute deepens. Many are still caught in the crossfire and take a hit to their
escalating trade war,” said Willie Delwiche, stocks lost 49. 99 points, or 3. 2%, to confident that both sides will eventually profits.
investment strategist at Baird. “That 1,523. reach a deal. The list of chipmakers that get at least
weighs on the global economy and could Trade talks between the U.S. and China “Since we see a trade accord being reached one-quarter of their revenue from China
then weigh on the U.S. economy.” concluded Friday with no agreement and in the not-too-distant future, we don’t include: Qualcomm (65%), Micron (57%),
The Dow dove 617.38 points, or 2.4%, to with the U.S. increasing import tariffs on expect the market to endure more than a Texas Instruments (43%), Microchip
25,324.99. Earlier, it was down 719 points. $200 billion of Chinese goods to 25% from short-lived spate of indigestion,” said Sam Technology (29%), Intel (26%) and Xilinx
Apple and Boeing were the Dow’s biggest 10%. Officials also said they were preparing Stovall, chief investment strategist at (25%), according to FactSet Research.
decliners. Both companies get a significant to expand tariffs to cover another $300 bil- CFRA. Bank stocks also fell sharply. Bank of
amount of revenue from China and stand to lion of goods. Technology stocks took the heaviest America dropped 4.5% and JPMorgan Chase
lose heavily if the trade war drags on. China on Monday announced tariff losses Monday. Chipmakers Microchip fell 2.7%.

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reviewers more amid criticism come ahead of Apple’s plan to offer its own
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook is raising original shows, including ones from Oprah
how much it pays U.S. contractors who do Winfrey and Steven Spielberg. Those shows
some of its most taxing work, including will be part of an Apple TV Plus subscrip-
watching violent and other objectionable tion coming later this year for a yet-to-be
material for possible removal. disclosed price.
Facebook will pay at least $18 an hour for Hulu and Amazon already offer premium
these jobs. Those in New York City, channels as add-ons to their regular sub-
Washington, D.C., and the San Francisco scriptions, and both have original shows.
Bay Area will get $22 per hour. Facebook Apple is trying to catch up on streaming
says its standard minimum pay for all con- video to make up for a slowdown in iPhone
tractors was previously $15 per hour. sales.
The content review jobs are psychologi- Although those channels are already
cally taxing. Facebook has been criticized available as part of individual apps for
for not paying the workers enough and not iPhones, iPads or Apple TV, buying sub-
providing enough support. scriptions through Apple will allow users to
Facebook said Monday it’s adding tools watch those videos directly in Apple’s app.
for content moderators to have graphic They’ll also be able to download videos to
REUTERS
images blurred out or shown in black and watch when there isn’t an internet connec-
white before they see it. tion, something not always available
A woman uses a Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller spray.
The company says it’s looking into “sim- through the individual apps.
ilar standards” outside the U.S.

Apple revamps TV app for


direct subscriptions to channels
One catch: Subscriptions through the new
Apple TV app and individual channel apps
are treated separately. So to get the down-
load feature, users would need to cancel their
Jury: Monsanto to pay $2B
NEW YORK — Apple users will be able to
subscribe to HBO, Showtime and a handful
of other channels directly through Apple’s
existing HBO subscription and sign up
again through Apple TV. Once they do that,
they’ll no longer be able to watch through
HBO’s own app.
in weed killer cancer case
By Paul Elias weed killer maker in March to pay a Sonoma
new TV app, bypassing the need to down- The new Apple TV app will also incorpo-
load or launch a separate app. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS County man $80 million. A San Francisco
rate shows and movies bought through jury last August awarded $289 million to a
The new capabilities available Monday
SAN FRANCISCO — A jury on Monday former golf course greens keeper who
ordered agribusiness giant Monsanto Co. to blamed his cancer on Monsanto’s Roundup
pay a combined $2.055 billion to a couple Ready herbicide. A judge later reduced the
claiming that the company’s popular weed award by $200 million.
killer Roundup Ready caused their cancers. The three California trials were the first of
The jury’s verdict is the third such court- an estimated 13,000 plaintiffs with pending
room loss for Monsanto in California since lawsuits against Monsanto across the coun-
August, but a San Francisco law professor try to go to trial. St. Louis-based Monsanto
said it’s likely a trial judge or appellate court is owned by the German chemical giant
will significantly reduce the punitive dam- Bayer A.G. Bayer said Monday that it would
age award. appeal the verdict.
The state court jury in Oakland concluded “The verdict in this trial has no impact on
that Monsanto’s weed killer caused the non- future cases and trials, as each one has its
Hodgkin’s lymphoma Alva Pilliod and own factual and legal circumstances,” the
Alberta Pilliod each contracted. Jurors company said. The company noted that none
awarded them each $1 billion in punitive of the California verdicts has been consid-
damages in addition to a combined $55 mil- ered by an appeals court and that the U.S.
lion in compensatory damages. Environmental Protection Agency considers
A federal jury in San Francisco ordered the the weed killer safe.
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M’s power in extra-inning loss
Tuesday • May 14, 2019

Two-point swings unkind in Game 2


By Josh Dubow
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Blues 4, Sharks 2
After the surpris- this postseason but the Sharks could-
SAN JOSE — After the Sharks relied ing goal, Bortuzzo n’t get anything else and lost their
on a usual suspect to tie the game, the pumped his fist, let third straight Game 2 after winning the
St. Louis Blues took back momentum out a yell, and held series opener. Martin Jones made 21
with a tiebreaking goal from a most his arms out wide for saves.
unlikely source. the embrace from his “The story of the game was we didn’t
Defenseman Robert Bortuzzo scored appreciative team- have enough participants across the
his first career postseason goal late in Logan Couture mates, who needed board,” coach Peter DeBoer said. “I
the second period that helped the Blues the momentum back thought Logan Couture was pretty
overcome another big game from San in their favor after Couture scored twice good, a couple of other guys ... It’s
JOHN HEFTI/USA TODAY SPORTS Jose’s Logan Couture with a 4-2 victo- in a span of less than two minutes to tough to win this time of year if you
Martin Jones allows a goal by St. Louis Blues left wing Sammy ry over the Sharks Monday night that erase a 2-0 deficit for San Jose. don’t have everybody going, and I
Blais in the second period of Game 2 of the Western tied the Western Conference final at Couture scored his goals in a span of
Conference final Monday night at SAP Center. one game apiece. 1:59, giving him an NHL-leading 13 See SHARKS, Page 14

Down the stretch they Athlete of the Week

come for ’18-19 season


H
ard to believe, but we’re PAL softball had the top three
entering the final few from the Bay and Ocean champ
weeks of the 2018-19 Mills get the call. Add in soft-
high school sports season. ball teams from the West Bay
While some of the other sports Athletic League and Private
have started — and finished — School Athletic League, as well
their Central Coast Section tour- as Summit Shasta and Serra base-
naments, the meat and potatoes ball teams, and the county has
of the 18 teams still playing.
postsea- In addition to baseball and
son softball starting, boys’ golf will
begins crown a section champion today
this week with the final round of the CCS
with base- tournament at Rancho Sega Golf
ball and Ranch in Monterey. The CCS
softball boys’ tennis singles and doubles
kicking championships will be decided
off. Tuesday and Wednesday at
There Imperial Courts in Aptos, while
were no Gilroy High School hosts the
big sur- CCS track and field champi-
prises at onships Friday night.
the base- ***
ball and softball CCS seeding The 2019 CCS playoffs will be
meetings over the weekend. The the end of a golden era for San TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Peninsula Athletic League got Mateo softball, which qualified Carlmont senior Ashley Trierweiler guides a single through the right side of the infield during last Thursday’s
nine baseball teams in — six for the postseason for the third regular-season finale at Aragon.The hit was No. 194 of her career, tying her for the Scots’ all-time program record
from the Bay and three from the straight season. that has stood for 19 years. She was credited with record-breaking hit No. 195 in the sixth inning.
Ocean. On top of the five auto- The team has a core group of

Queen of Scots
matic baseball berths out of the four seniors who are wrapping up
Bay Division, Hillsdale got in four-year careers with Bearcats —
an at-large selection, while Isabelle Borges, Kylie Galea,
Menlo-Atherton, by virtue of Monet Scheller and Jada Walker.
beating Lake Division champ These Bearcats started to make a
Jefferson, gives three automatic
slots to the Ocean. See LOUNGE, Page 14 By Terry Bernal The Daily Journal Athlete of the lar-season finale, a 12-9 win at
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Week has gone on to hit safely in Aragon to clinch outright the
96 of 103 games in which she’s Peninsula Athletic League Bay
Life without Boogie, KD Ashley Trierweiler has always
been a hit machine for the Lady
played, totaling 195 career hits
according to MaxPreps.com, mark-
Division championship, Trierweiler
reached the all-time record.
ing Carlmont’s new all-time career Carlmont credited Trierweiler
a possibility vs. Blazers Scots.
On opening day her freshman
year, March 1, 2016, the left-hand-
hits record set 19 years previous by
Janelle Yousef in 2000 with 194.
with a 3-for-4 day, giving the sen-
ior leadoff hitter 195 hits in her
By Janie McCauley ed hitting Trierweiler went 2 for 3 “I have two words,” Carlmont varsity career. No. 194 tied the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in her varsity debut. This was the head coach Marco Giuliacci said. record, a bounding single through
beginning of the greatest hitting “Game changer.”
OAKLAND — Kevin Durant and career in Carlmont softball history. Last Thursday in Carlmont’s regu- See AOTW, Page 12
DeMarcus Cousins won’t necessar-
ily return from injuries in time to
play for the Warriors during the
Western Conference Finals against
the Portland Trail Blazers.
Peters racking up miles on beach VB circuit
Durant is likely to miss at least By Terry Bernal matches, including four in pool
the first two games of the best-of- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF play, with all four being played
seven series beginning Tuesday consecutively, before winning
night at Oracle Arena. Coach Steve While Kendall Peters’ Notre four matches through bracket play
Kerr said after practice Monday a Dame-Belmont volleyball career in the afternoon.
more extensive update on Durant’s is over, the Tulane University “We were just really focused at
status would come Thursday once commit is still racking up kills. the end,” Peters said. “Me and my
his calf injury is re-evaluated. A standout beach player who partner’s focus was just really
Reserve Portland guard Rodney will play solely on the sand in col- good. We were really focused on
Hood was listed as questionable for lege, Peters on Sunday delivered Kendall Peters Ainsley Radell putting the ball away and ending
Game 1. The team said Monday an her first AAU tournament champi- points.”
MRI exam showed a bone bruise KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS onship in so long, she couldn’t remember the last one Peters and Radell have plenty of history together,
from the third quarter of a 100-96 Kevin Durant limps off the court she won. She and partner Ainsley Radell, an Alamo having partnered on and off in AAU play for the past
Game 7 win Sunday at Denver to with a calf injury in Game 5 of the native and Cal commit, swept through eight matches three years. They have also racked up plenty of miles,
Western Conference semifinals last to win at the Santa Monica Open.
See DUBS, Page 13 Wednesday at Oracle Arena. Peters said she and Radell swept each of their eight See PETERS, Page 16
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Honor roll
champ in both the shot and discus also quali- freshman catcher drove the Vikings to a 13-
fied for the finals in the disc, tabbing the 8 win over South City and the PAL Ocean
fourth best distance a trials at 117-7, while Division championship and a spot in the
Notre Dame-Belmont senior Krissy Smoot CCS playoffs on the final day of the regular
had the trial’s best at 133-7. season. Thompson went 3 for 5 with a grand
Jace Jeremi ah, Arag o n bas ebal l . slam and three runs scored. She also tagged
The sophomore shortstop cracked a pair of a runner out at the plate.
two-run doubles while going 3 for 4 in lead- Lafu Mal epeai , So uth Ci ty s o ft-
ing the Dons to a 9-4 win over Mills and the bal l . The junior third baseman had a big
PAL Ocean Division championship. game in the Warriors’ 13-8 loss to Mills.
Bri anna Santo s , Hi l l s dal e s o ftbal l . She went 4 for 4 with a three-run home run,
The senior catcher helped lead the Knights four RBIs, three runs scored and a pair of
to a regular-season ending sweep of stolen bases.
Woodside and San Mateo to help them qual- Trev o r Tran and Vi v i an Yao , San
ify for CCS. Against Woodside, a 6-3 win, Mateo badmi nto n. The top seed in the
Santos went 2 for 3 with a triple and three CCS mixed doubles tournament, Tran and
RBIs. Against the Bearcats, Santos was 3 Yao advanced to the championship match,
for 4 with an RBI and run scored. taking second place.
Jas o n Ars e n aul t , De v i n Me y e r, Ai den Wo o dri ng , Carl mo nt bas e-
Ke n n y Os t e rl un d an d Crui s e bal l . The junior southpaw helped lead the
COURTESY OF CARLY WATTS
Tho mps o n, Capuchi no bas ebal l . With Scots to their sixth PAL Bay Division title
NOAH EISNER/@EISNERONSPORTS
Carly Watts qualified for the CCS finals in both the Mustangs needing a win in their regular- in seven years with a masterful performance
season finale to ensure a fifth-place finish in a 7-2 win over Terra Nova. Woodring Pete Discher celebrates in M-A’s must-win
the shot put and discus in Saturday’s trials. game against Woodside.
in the PAL Bay Division and clinch a CCS took a no-hitter in the sixth inning, before

C
arl y Watts , Terra No v a g i rl s ’ playoff berth, it wasn’t looking good head- surrendering a one-out single. needing to win back-to-back games to reach
track and fi el d. The Daily ing into the bottom of the sixth trailing 5- Wy at t Mc Go v e rn , B url i n g ame its first CCS postseason since 2015, the
Journal Athlete of the Week of a 0 to the King’s Academy. Cap rallied to put bo y s ’ g o l f. Shot a 2-over 73 to finish in starting rotation delivered back-to-back
week ago, Watts set the stage for her return to up crooked numbers in each of the final two tie for sixth in the CCS Regional No. 1 to gems. Discher dealt in the regular-season
Central Coast Section championships. With innings, however, scoring four runs in the qualify for Tuesday’s championship round at finale, a 4-2 win over Woodside, going the
the finals coming up this Friday in Gilroy, sixth before walking off with two runs in Laguna Seca Golf Ranch in Monterey. distance while notching a career-high 11
the senior thrower produced a personal record the seventh. Osterlund and Thompson McGovern's qualifying round was the low- strikeouts. The in Saturday’s PAL play-in
in the shot put in Saturday’s CCS trials with tabbed an RBI apiece, while Meyer and est of all San Mateo County golfers. game against Lake Division champ
a distance of 46 feet, 5 inches, the best throw Arsenault each had two RBIs. Pete Di s cher and Ro wen Barnes , Jefferson, Barnes fired four shutout innings
in CCS this season. The reigning CCS Io ne Tho mps o n, Mi l l s s o ftbal l . The Menl o -Atherto n bas ebal l . With M-A to earn the victory in a 5-0 win.

hits safely in every postseason at-bat she it out, and then be able to run bases. That’s

AOTW takes this year — not impossible judging


by the way she was swinging it last
Thursday — the senior will likely fall short
how she gets her excitement. She loves to hit
one out but she would rather be on those bases
causing havoc. And I have to, every once in a
Continued from page 11 of her best single-season average from while, remind her: Turn on one.”
when she hit .600 as a junior. Trierweiler did just that in her first at-bat
the right side of the infield in the second Where she’s showed marked improvement last Thursday. Sitting on 192 career hits,
inning. Then in the sixth, Trierweiler this year, however, is as a slugger. Trierweiler she led off the game with a long triple to
reached on a bunt attempt that was scored by currently owns a .851 slugging percentage, right field that one-hopped the wall.
Carlmont as a hit (Aragon’s home book over a hundred points better than her previous As Giuliacci described, though,
scored it as a fielding error, however career high, while also tabbing career highs Trierweiler also reveled in her small-ball
Carlmont’s career stats as compiled by with four triples and three home runs. sensibilities. After her record-tying single
MaxPreps.com are inputted by the Scots) “This year, I’m kind of focusing more on hit- in the second inning, she stole second base.
giving her the new record with 195 hits. ting for power, per se,” Trierweiler said. “I still And in her next plate appearance, she laid
When Trierweiler’s march toward history slap and I still bunt pretty regularly. But I’m down a textbook sacrifice bunt.
began during her freshman season, she TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL also being tasked with just hitting away and All these tactical decisions are hers to
started the year as Carlmont’s No. 2 hitter. Ashley Trierweiler, as a freshman, runs out an going deep with the ball. Because that’s some- make, Giuliacci said. Even on the sacrifice
That didn’t last long. After a handful of infield single in the Central Coast Section times what you need from the leadoff when bunt, Giuliacci said he didn’t give her a
games, former Scots head coach Jim Liggett playoffs May 24, 2016 against Homestead. they’re not giving you respect in the outfield.” sign, knowing Trierweiler is so in tune with
moved her up to the leadoff spot. There she ing there. But moving up in the lineup … it The power game is something Giuliacci has game situations, she knows precisely when
has stayed for four years. shows you that hard work really does pay encouraged from his table-setter. to do what and how.
“To me, it just kind of showed my hard off, even if you’re a freshman.” “I think it just comes naturally,” Giuliacci “I let her do her own thing because she
work was paying off,” Trierweiler said. Trierweiler now owns a .533 career bat- said. “She’s just bigger, stronger now. She can scouts the defense and she knows what she
“Because I started in the No. 2 spot which ting average, including a .568 mark this turn on a ball any time she wants and just put it is going to do,” Giuliacci said. “I never give
was fine. I would have been happy just stay- year. Unless she goes on a tear in which she over. She would rather put down a bunt and beat her a sign.”
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Trail Blazers vs. Warriors, Game 1, Tuesday, 6 p.m.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 4-6 in one- Blazers in the postseason:
p o s s es s i o n Averaging 111.2 points, 46.7
Portland Trail Blazers (53-29, games. rebounds, 18.3 assists, 6.9 steals and
third in the Western Conference To p per- 5.6 blocks per game while shooting
during the regular season) vs. formers: Green 44.0 percent from the field. Their
Golden State Warriors (57-25, first ranks second on opponents have averaged 109.8
in the Western Conference during the Warriors points on 43.2 percent shooting.
the regular season) with 7.3 Warri o rs i n the po s ts ea-
Wes tern Co nference fi nal s : rebounds and s o n: Averaging 118.1 points,
Golden State hosts first series Draymond averages 7.4 42.8 rebounds, 28.3 assists, 7.2
matchup Green points. Kevin steals and 5.8 blocks per game
Bo tto m l i ne: The Golden State Durant has aver- while shooting 48.6 percent from
Warriors host the Portland Trail aged 33.2 points and added 4.8 the field. Their opponents have
Blazers to start the Western rebounds while shooting 45.8 per- averaged 112.3 points on 44.9
Conference finals. Golden State cent over the last 10 games for percent shooting.
and Portland tied the regular season Golden State. Warri o rs i njuri es : DeMarcus
series 2-2. Damian Lillard leads the Trail Cousins: out (torn right quad),
JOE NICHOLSON/USA TODAY SPORTS
The Warriors have gone 30-11 at Blazers averaging 25.8 points and Damian Jones: out (torn left pec-
home. Golden State is the NBAleader grabbing 4.6 rebounds. CJ
Mariners designated hitter Daniel Vogelbach celebrates a three-run home
toral), Kevin Durant: out (calf).
with 29.4 assists per game, led by McCollum has averaged 25 points
run against the A’s during the eighth inning Monday at T-Mobile Park.
Bl azers i njuri es : Rodney
Draymond Green averaging 6.9. and collected 5.5 rebounds while Hood: day to day (left knee hyper-
The Trail Blazers have gone 21-
20 away from home. Portland is
shooting 44.8 percent over the
last 10 games for Portland.

rehab and shooting in the past week


extension), Jusuf Nurkic: out for
season (leg fracture).

wearing opposite jerseys for the


M’s rally back twice
DUBS but hasn’t done any scrimmaging.
“He hasn’t had any live stuff on
the court yet so he’s not that close
Western Conference Finals.
The Currys have played many
times, just not on the postseason to stun A’s in extras
Continued from page 11 either, ” Kerr said. “Hopefully stage. By Tim Booth
another week goes by and things “He said, ‘I’ll see you Tuesday.’ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mariners 6, A’s 5
start to get better and now we have I’m looking forward to it,” said
clinch the West semifinals. Hood, Oakland, ending a monthlong
a better prognosis. At this point Seth, who’s in his first season
who had to be helped off the court, SEATTLE — Domingo Santana drought without a long ball for last
we’re getting ready for this series with Portland. “It’s going to be a
has contributed key minutes off the hit a tying two-out RBI double in year’s AL leader. Davis hit his
without both of them.” lot of fun. It’s hard to believe right
bench to help Portland reach its the bottom of the 10th inning and 10th home run on April 12 against
first conference final since 2000. Portland was hurt going into the now. So many years I’ve watched then scored the winning run on
playoffs by the loss of center Jusuf Texas, but had none in his next 70
Durant, the two-time reigning Steph play in the Western Omar Narvaez’s single, and the
Nurkic to a broken leg during a game at-bats before golfing an 0-2 pitch
NBA Finals MVP leading all postsea- Conference Finals, the NBA Seattle Mariners rallied for a 6-5
against Brooklyn on March 25. The into the left-field bullpens in the
son scorers, strained his right calf Finals, being in the crowd. It’s win over the A’s Monday night.
Blazers have turned instead to Enes sixth inning. Seattle starter Yusei
during the third quarter of Game 5 going to be fun to be out there on Ramon Laureano hit a solo home
Kanter, waived by the Knicks short- Kikuchi had retired 10 straight
against the Rockets last Wednesday the court, competing, to get to run with two outs in the top of the
ly after the trade deadline. before Davis connected.
and didn’t travel to Houston for the that final. It’s a dream come true 10th, the last of Oakland’s five
Kanter has played with a separat- Davis hit his second home run
Warriors’ Game 6 clincher. for us, but our families are going solo homers, to give the A’s the
ed left shoulder since the opening leading off the eighth inning. It was
“Everyone needs to slow down a to have a lot of fun as well.” lead. But Seattle had one rally left,
round against the Thunder, but per- his 25th career multi-homer game.
little bit on the Kevin stuff. He has- Even if a tad bit torn. Their par- all of it coming with two outs Mark Canha, activated off the injured
n’t even stepped on the floor yet,” formed admirably against the phys- ents will flip a coin, with Dell and against Joakim Soria (1-3).
ical challenge of Denver’s Nikola list before the game, homered lead-
Kerr said. “We’ve tried to remain Sonya each sporting one son’s Daniel Vogelbach, whose three- ing off the second inning and Matt
somewhat vague because the injury Jokic during the semifinals. gear depending on the result. run homer in the eighth tied the
Warriors two-time MVP Stephen Olson ended Kikuchi’s night with a
is really sort of open-ended in Their sister, Sydel, posted on score at 4-4, walked. Pinch-runner homer leading off the seventh
terms of how long he’s going to Curry is still nursing a dislocated Twitter shortly after the Blazers won: Dee Gordon stole second and
middle finger on his left, non- inning. It was the third homer for
need to recover. But I think in “Engage....(hash)NeutralNancy lol.” jogged home when Santana hit a 2- Canha and second for Olson.
doing so people have gotten the shooting hand, but it has been 2 pitch from Soria just fair down
“I just know watching Seth play I Seattle trailed 4-1 entering the
idea that he’s going to come back sore. The finger remained taped for the left-field line to pull Seattle
get nervous watching him like on eighth before Vogelbach’s second
and be Willis Reed or something. practice Monday. even at 5-all. Narvaez followed
TV and stuff,” Stephen said after home run since April 20, jumping
He hasn’t even stepped on the floor “Definitely better. We’ll see practice Monday. “For them, it’s with a single to left field and on the first pitch from Lou Trivino
yet, he still has pain. There’s time tomorrow, just in terms of you family and parents who supported us Santana scored well ahead of and hitting the 97 mph fastball out
ahead of him on the rehab process.” can’t simulate contact and intensi- all the way through the ranks. Now Robbie Grossman’s throw. to center field.
Andrew Bogut started in Durant’s ty and all that type of stuff,” Curry to be in a situation like this where I Oakland starter Mike Fiers and A’s manager Bob Melvin was
place Friday at Houston. said. “Definitely better than it felt guess it’s technically a win-win for his bid for consecutive no-hitters ejected moments after Vogelbach
Cousins tore his left quadriceps on Friday.” them, they’re going to the finals had long been finished before the crossed home plate for arguing
muscle in Game 2 of the first round regardless, but it’s kind of crazy to crazy 10th inning. Laureano with home plate umpire D. J.
against the Clippers, just his sec-
Family affair think we’re all on this stage and get homered on a 1-2 pitch from Reyburn. Melvin seemed particu-
ond career playoff game. He has Curry texted his little brother to play in front of our family and just Brandon Brennan (2-2), his fifth larly upset with a 3-2 pitch to the
been running and doing agility over the weekend to let him know the amount of happiness and joy home run of the season. previous batter, Edwin
work on the court as part of his they’d see each other soon. Yes, that comes with that is crazy.” Khris Davis homered twice for Encarnacion, who walked.
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ed in behind Joe Thornton. He them a little too much room to make

SHARKS then took a pass from Joel


Edmundson and beat Jones with a
backhander into the top corner for
plays. . The focus for next game is
play a full 60 minutes and not give
them anything for all three periods.”
Continued from page 11 his first goal in 31 playoff games. The Sharks were looking to
Schwartz, Vince Dunn and Oskar avoid their pattern from the first
thought they got contributions Sundqvist also scored and Jordan two rounds when they followed up
from everybody, like we did in the Binnington made 23 saves to send convincing Game 1 wins with loss-
first night.” the Blues home for Game 3 on es at home in the next contest.
Couture tried to take over the Wednesday night tied in the series. But the Blues were the more des-
game for the sluggish Sharks after Bortuzzo added a big blocked perate team from the start and got the
they fell behind 2-0 in the second shot in the third when Kevin early lead when Schwartz finished
period on Dunn’s point shot that Labanc got a pass in the slot with off a give-and-go with Vladimir
beat Jones through a screen. The time to shoot, negating one of the Tarasenko with a shot into the cor-
Blues were in position to add onto few good chances San Jose had in ner of the net from the faceoff circle
that lead after a questionable inter- JOHN HEFTI/USA TODAY SPORT the third. The Blues then killed off just 2:34 into the game.
ference call against Marcus Logan Couture scores against Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington. a power play later in the period No tes : Couture is the fourth play-
Sorensen when Couture single- into St. Louis’ man advantage, the equalizer, giving him 100 before getting the insurance goal er this decade with 100 playoff
handedly turned things around. waking up the crowd. career postseason points. with 3:08 remaining when points, trailing only Sidney Crosby
He took the puck from Alex Couture struck again shortly after The Blues then answered late in Alexander Steen fed Sundqvist on a (123), Patrick Kane (109) and
Pietrangelo at the blue line and the penalty was killed, taking a the period with thanks to rush for the goal that made it 4-2. Evgeni Malkin (106). ... Schwartz
skated in on Binnington for the stretch pass from Timo Meier and Bortuzzo. He passed the puck from “We just kind of let off the gas has nine goals in the playoffs after
short-handed goal just 16 seconds firing a shot between the pads for the point to Tyler Bozak and skat- pedal I think,” Labanc said. “Gave scoring just 11 in the regular season.

Playing in one of the toughest *** SHP, on the other hand, was 6-8 “Doubles has always been a
LOUNGE divisions in CCS, San Mateo was
rewarded with the No. 2 seed in
the Division I tournament.
The Hillsdale baseball team,
which finished seventh in the
eight-team Bay Division, was a
in the Bay Division, 11-15-1
overall and, over its last 22
games, was just 1-5-1 in non-
strength of ours over the years,”
Skyline head coach Jan Fosberg
told Robert Lewis of
Continued from page 11 While 2019 signals the end of somewhat surprising selection to league play. Had the Gators beat- CCCAAsports.org, the official
an era, the Bearcats’ cupboard will CCS, leapfrogging sixth-place en Hillsdale on the final day of website for community college
hardly be bare come the 2020 sea- Sacred Heart Prep and garnering the regular season last Friday, sports in California. “Paola and
name for themselves as freshmen they would have finished 7-7 in Katie have played together for a
son. They will still be chock full the No. 14 seed in Division II.
under then-coach Brandon league. long time. They complement each
of talent with the likes of pitcher Hillsdale manager James
Robinson who, in one season, other well because Katie has a
Sage Hager and third baseman Madison said while his team may ***
2016, helped lead the Bearcats to a powerful shot and Paola is really
Guiliana Selvitella, who are both have had less CCS power points The Skyline College women’s
10-2 mark in Ocean Division play fast, and it’s always nice to have a
wrapping up their sophomore sea- than SHP, the Knights got the badminton team captured its first
and 19-7 overall. Alyssa Jepsen lefty and righty. If they each
sons. Outfielders Jordan Seyfried nod because they had a winning state championship as the dou-
took over the following season played with another player, they
and Julia Ceretta, along with record in non-league play. bles team of Katie Tan and Paola
and, after leading the San Mateo to might not be as good, but togeth-
catcher Charlotte Velasquez, will Much like basketball, a base- Candolada won the title with a
the 2017 Ocean Division title and er they just work so well together.
return for their senior campaigns ball team needs a .500 or better 21-12, 21-18 win over a team
a promotion to the Bay Division, I’m very proud of them.”
and they’ve already seen contribu- record in one of three categories: from Irvine Valley at the state
has guided San Mateo to three
tions this season from freshman league, non-league or overall. At championships at Pasadena It was the third time a Skyline
straight CCS berths.
Bethany Shih. 4-10 in Bay play and 12-13 over- College over the weekend. doubles team had made the cham-
This season, the Bearcats had Any high school coach will tell all, the Knights would not had The freshmen out of Westmoor pionship match, settling for sec-
their best season in decades. They you no matter how good a coach qualified. But they had a 7-1 dominated their first two matches ond place in 2004 and 2008.
went 10-4 in Bay Division play, they are, the real key to success is record in non-league over their as they cruised into the final four.
sweeping both games from divi- having talent and the Bearcats have final 22 games, which qualified They had to dig deep to advance
sion champion Carlmont to finish had some of the best for the last them to be considered for CCS. At to the finals, winning 21-11 in Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
in a tie for second place with an four years and should stay in the that junction, Hillsdale’s power the third set to win their semifinal nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by
equally surprising Aragon squad. Bay Division mix going forward. points came into play. match. phone: 344-5200 ext. 117.
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At the center of the best Tour of California
New leader after Stage 2
and worst of horse racing SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — Kasper
Asgreen held back as Tejay van
Garderen shredded the remnants of
By Stephen Whyno n’t be where it is right now without the breakaway on the final climb,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Stronach Group. then swung past him to win the
Before the disqualification of second stage of the Tour of
The Stronach Group isn’t well Maximum Security in the Kentucky California on Monday.
known outside horse racing. Derby, the fatalities at Santa Anita Van Garderen wound up being the
In the public eye, the big play- dealt another blow to horse rac- big winner anyway.
ers are the likes of recent Triple ing’s reputation and put the The American rider for EF
Crown winners American Pharoah Stronach Group under the micro- Education First
and Justify, trainer Bob Baffert and scope. East Coast officials criti- put serious time
legendary horses Secretariat and cized the Stronach Group for being into the other
JACK KENDALL/VISUALHUNT.COM
Seattle Slew. slow to react and institute reforms. overall con-
Waldrop praised the Stronach A glimpse of Santa Anita Park, where there have been 23 horse deaths
But few — if any — have had a tenders with his
Group and horsemen in California over the past three months.
bigger impact on the sport of late gritty push
than the Stronach Group, led by for getting the situation under Austrian-Canadian billionaire And if somebody’s not doing their toward the fin-
Frank Stronach, Belinda Stronach control. There’s considerable Frank Stronach made his money in job, move on to the next one.” ish line near
and Tim Ritvo. They’re the movers debate over how the aftermath was auto parts and wanted to put it into That’s not limited to Maryland. Lake Tahoe. He
and shakers of the Canadian com- handled and changes implemented, horse racing. It was his idea in Even though his name isn’t on the wound up slip-
pany that has been at the center of but Stronach Group executives did 2016 to launch the Pegasus World company, Ritvo has plenty of influ- Tejay van
ping on the
much of the good, the bad and the it their way. Cup at Gulfstream Park in Florida, ence and has become something of a Garderen leader’s jersey
ugly of horse racing. “The long term of thoroughbred which had a $16 million purse last fixer when problems arise. by six seconds over Gianni
“No question the Stronach Group racing, whether it be in Maryland, year is now made up of two races Not everyone in the Stronach fam- Moscon with Asgreen another sec-
and the Stronach family invest in California or Florida or anywhere in totaling that amount. ily likes each other all that much ond back in third place.
horse racing,” National the U.S. is reliant on having healthy “Frank is the only man that’s right now, at least from a business Van Garderen predicted that many
Thoroughbred Racing Association horses, healthy trainers, healthy invested his life earnings in rac- standpoint. Frank in September sued riders would sleep on the 133-mile
president and CEO Alex Waldrop jockeys and all of the above,” CEO ing,” longtime Maryland-based his daughter, two grandchildren and second stage with higher eleva-
said. “They do invest heavily in the Bill Hecht said. “We will continue to owner and trainer Linda Gaudet said. former business associate Alon tions still to come in the week-long
business, and you’ve got to acknowl- work very closely with the breeders “Nobody can criticize him for that Ossip for over $500 million in race. The ride began in Rancho
edge that and thank them for that.” and the trainers and the horsemen to because nobody else wants to do Ontario Superior Court alleging they Cordova and took riders to the
And blame them at times. affect the very best solution for the that. There’s nobody out there that mismanaged the family’s assets and Heavenly Ski Resort, a well-known
They own seven U.S. tracks, are health of all of those groups.” will do that. Nobody’s going to fix conspired to take control of them. finishing stretch for the Tour.
credited for saving the industry in Long before the fatalities at a racetrack, build a racetrack.” Belinda Stronach countersued her But the long, lumpy stage still
Maryland, boosted the sport in Santa Anita forced the Stronach Gaudet still remembers Dec. 4, father in January, saying in a state- took riders to altitude after a pan-
Florida and raised the bar with the Group to find a solution to that 2015, when Ritvo came into ment of defense that he lost vast cake flat opening stage around
richest horse race in the world. problem, it has been fighting with Maryland and “saved” the industry sums of money on pet projects. downtown Sacramento, and it
They’re also the subject of multiple Maryland lawmakers over the there after some rough years. She Hecht said whether its family quickly shredded the peloton on a
family lawsuits, an ongoing quarrel Preakness. The argument over said Stronach, Ritvo and Maryland infighting, safety at Santa Anita long day in the saddle.
over the future of the Preakness whether the Preakness will contin- Jockey Club president and general or problems at Pimlico, the horse Eventually, a selection of 10 rid-
that’s again the conversation with ue to be run at Baltimore’s aging manager Sal Sintra took the state’s racing spotlight — rightly or ers broke away from the field to
the race coming up this week, and Pimlico Race Course or the com- racing operation from “the bottom wrongly — will continue to shine contest the final climb.
own Santa Anita Park, which was pany’s favored Laurel Park, 30 of the rung” back to respectability. on the Stronach Group. Asgreen, who rides for
the site of 23 horse deaths over a miles down the road, has become a “The stuff (Ritvo) got done in a “They can’t blow their nose Deceuninck-Quick-Step, and van
span of three months. tiresome mid-May tradition. short amount of time was amazing,” without somebody seeing some- Garderen were given the same time
But love them or loathe them, The Stronach Group’s finger- Gaudet said. “He has a tough man- thing wrong,” Gaudet said. “All the while Moscon finished four sec-
it’s fair to say horse racing would- prints are all over the sport. agement style, but he’s effective. optics are on them right now.” onds later for Team Ineos.
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TUESDAY
CCS boys’ golf
WHAT’S ON TAP
Division II
No. 14 Mercy-Burlingame (15-8) at No. 3 Hills-
SHARKS PLAYOFFS
WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS
Sharks 1, St. Louis 1
WARRIORS PLAYOFFS
Portland vs. Warriors
Tuesday, May 14: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m.
PETERS
At Laguna Seca Golf Ranch-Monterey, 8 a.m. dale (14-7), 4 p.m. Saturday, May 11: Sharks 6, St. Louis 3 Thursday, May 16: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m. Continued from page 11
No. 12 Notre Dame-Belmont (15-8) at No. 5 Pio- Monday, May 13: St. Louis 4, Sharks 2 Saturday, May 18:Warriors at Portland, 6 p.m.
CCS boys’ tennis neer (11-11), 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 15: Sharks at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Friday, May 17: Sharks at St. Louis, 5 p.m. Monday, May 20:Warriors at Portland, 6 p.m.
Singles and doubles tournament No. 8 Burlingame (12-9) at No. 8 Mills (16-5), 4 x-Wednesday, May 22: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m. with Peters estimating her travels
At Imperial Courts-Aptos p.m. x-Sunday, May 19: St. Louis at Sharks, noon
First round/quarterfinals 10 a.m. No. 16 Pacific Bay Christian (11-6) at No. 1 Valley x-Tuesday, May 21: Sharks at St. Louis, 5 p.m. x-Friday, May 24:Warriors at Portland, 6 p.m. to the Los Angeles area to play in
Christian (15-10), 4 p.m. x-Thursday, May 23: St. Louis at Sharks, 6 p.m. x-Sunday, May 26: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m.
tournaments averaging two trips
WEDNESDAY
CCS baseball CCS track and field per month.
Division I
No. 15 M-A (12-13) at No. 2 Los Altos (21-5), 4 p.m.
Finals at Gilroy High School
Field events, 4 p.m.
Orange Bowl date switched Sports brief There is more travelling to be done
No. 12 Santa Clara (15-8-1) at No. 5 Carlmont (16- Running events, 6 p.m.
This season’s Orange Bowl is before Peters reports to Tulane for
10), 4 p.m. Had it stayed on Jan. 1, the Orange
moving to Dec. 30, with a prime- move-in day Aug. 20. Sunday’s
CCS boys’ tennis Bowl would have been competing
Division II Singles and doubles tournament time kickoff, after originally championship qualified her and
No. 14 Hillsdale (12-13) at No. 3 Christopher- At Imperial Court-Aptos against other traditional New
being scheduled to be played the Radell for the AAU Junior Olympics
Gilroy (19-8), 4:30 p.m. Semifinals/finals, 1 p.m. Year’s Day games and kicked off
No. 10 Cap (14-12) at No. 7 Carmel (19-8), 4 p.m. afternoon of New Year’s Day. to be held in Hermosa Beach in July.
around 10 a.m.
No. 15 Half Moon Bay (20-7) at No. 2 Aptos (19- THURSDAY The two also have the opportunity to
6-1), 4 p.m. College softball The Orange Bowl has tradition- The switch gives it an exclusive play in Honolulu in qualifying for
No. 12 Sacred Heart Cathedral (15-11) at No. State tournament at Bakersfield College
Aragon (19-5), 4 p.m. No. 1N San Mateo (41-2) vs No. 4S Fullerton ally been played at night, but the television window on Monday the AAU Pan Pacific Championships
No. 9 Pioneer (14-13) at No. 8 Burlingame (13- (37-7) earlier kickoff was initially night, two days after the CFP in July, though whether or not Peters
10), 4 p.m. semifinals are played on Dec. 28.
FRIDAY planned when it became part of the and Radell will both be available dur-
CCS softball College softball six-bowl rotation that hosts the The Orange Bowl is the first col- ing that time frame is yet to be deter-
Division I State tournament at Bakersfield College, TBD
No. 14 Alvarez (16-8-1) at No. 3 Aragon (18-6), 4 p.m. College Football Playoff. The lege bowl game to be played at mined, Peters said.
No. 15 North Salinas (13-10) at No. 2 San Mateo College track and field Orange Bowl will not be hosting a night, a tradition that started in
(15-5), 4 p.m. State meet at College of San Mateo, all day A senior at Notre Dame-Belmont
national semifinal this season. 1965.
— and a two-time all-West Bay
Athletic League outside hitter for
the indoor volleyball team —
Peters said she benefitted from the
school installing four sand volley-
ball courts, where the school host-
ed its first season of beach volley-
ball earlier this spring. The inau-
gural NDB season closed the week-
end before last in a 20-team tour-
nament in Santa Cruz.
Peters said she gets more time on
the sand courts now that she can
practice at NDB, just minutes from
her San Mateo home, as opposed
to commuting to her old stomping
grounds at West Valley College-
Saratoga.
And in her downtime from compet-
ing this summer, she will be working
as a coach at the NDB courts.
“Which is the perfect job for me
so I can pass on my knowledge,”
Peters said.

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in Osaka, Japan. 2017 before his trade war began taking a The tensions “raise fresh doubts about

CHINA
Continued from page 1
The president has repeatedly insisted that
increased tariffs on Chinese goods don’t
hurt American consumers. But Kudlow, head
toll on agricultural sales to China.
The president’s allies in Congress scram-
bled to limit the damage to farm country.
this recovery path,” Morgan Stanley econo-
mists said.
The latest U.S. duties could knock 0.5
of the president’s National Economic Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa percentage points off annual Chinese eco-
Council, acknowledged over the weekend said it is time for U.S. allies to “get in the nomic growth, and that could widen to 1
without an agreement. that U.S. consumers and businesses will game” to push China to the negotiating percentage point if both sides extend penal-
On Twitter, Trump warned Xi that China bear some of the costs. table. “China needs to get with it,” he said. ties to all of each other’s exports, econo-
“will be hurt very badly” if it doesn’t agree “Both sides will pay,” he told Fox News. “You can’t move these goalposts like mists say. That would pull annual growth
to a trade deal. Trump tweeted that Beijing In the U.S., prices of soybeans, targeted they’re moving them and expect to be below 6%, raising the risk of politically
“had a great deal, almost completed, & you by Chinese tariffs last year, fell Monday to respected.” dangerous job losses.
backed out!” a 10-year low on fears of a protracted trade The highest tariffs announced by China
The rising trade hostilities could damage China’s state media tried to reassure busi-
war. will apply to industrial chemicals, electron- nesses and consumers that the ruling
the economies of both countries. The tariff ic equipment, precision machinery and hun-
In a statement, American Soybean Communist Party has the means to respond.
increases already in place have disrupted dreds of food products.
Association President Davie Stevens, a “There is nothing to be afraid of,” said the
trade in such American products as soybeans
soybean farmer from Clinton, Kentucky, Beijing is running out of U.S. imports to party newspaper People’s Daily. “The U.S.-
and medical equipment and sent shockwaves
expressed frustration that “the U.S. has penalize because of the lopsided trade bal- instigated trade war against China is just a
through other Asian economies that supply
been at the table with China 11 times now ance between the world’s two largest hurdle in China’s development process. It is
Chinese factories.
and still has not closed the deal. What that economies. Chinese regulators have instead no big deal.”
Still, the two countries have given them-
means for soybean growers is that we’re targeted American companies in China by
selves something of an escape hatch: The Trump has threatened to extend tariffs to
losing. Losing a valuable market, losing slowing down the clearing of shipments
higher Chinese tariffs don’t kick in for 2 the remaining $300 billion or so in
stable pricing, losing an opportunity to through customs and the processing of busi-
1/2 weeks. The U.S. increases apply to Chinese tariffs that haven’t been targeted
support our families and our communities.” ness licenses.
Chinese goods shipped since Friday, and yet, but told reporters Monday: “I have not
those shipments will take about three weeks Trump told reporters Monday that a new Oxford Economics calculated that the
program to relieve U.S. farmers’ pain is higher tariffs will reduce the U.S. economy made that decision yet.”
to arrive at U.S. seaports and become sub- The president started raising tariffs last
ject to the higher charges. “being devised right now” and predicted that by 0. 3% in 2020, a loss of $490 per
they will be “very happy.” The administra- American household. July over complaints China steals or pres-
Also, both countries have indicated more sures foreign companies to hand over tech-
talks are likely. Top White House economic tion last year handed farmers aid worth $11 Similarly, forecasters have warned that
billion to offset losses from trade conflicts. the U.S. tariff increases could set back a nology and unfairly subsidizes Chinese
adviser Larry Kudlow said Sunday that China businesses that are striving to become
has invited U. S. Trade Representative Trump seemed to suggest that the aid will Chinese recovery that had appeared to be
make up for or partially cover the $15 bil- gaining traction. Growth in the world’s sec- global leaders in robotics and other tech-
Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary nology.
Steven Mnuchin to Beijing. But nothing lion that he said represented “the biggest ond-largest economy during the January-
has been scheduled. And Trump said Monday purchase that China has ever made with our through-March period held steady at 6.4% A stumbling block has been U.S. insis-
that he expects to meet Chinese President farmers.” In fact, U.S. farm exports to compared with a year earlier, supported by tence on an enforcement mechanism with
Xi Jinping in late June at the G-20 summit China approached $26 billion in both 2012 higher government spending and bank penalties to ensure Beijing carries out its
and 2013 and came in at $19.5 billion in lending. commitments.

toy store in downtown San Mateo, he Acknowledging repair services are Moore made a decision some three years ago

CYCLERY
Continued from page 1
explained, noting the business expanded to
include a wide selection of bicycles in the
early 1970s in response to an uptick in
increasingly scarce, Gary Moore said the
store has more recently received requests
from clients asking for help with repairs of
to separate the toy store and cyclery so each
could focus on the business they knew more
about and also to afford them the flexibility
demand. Through the years, the store has almost anything with wheels, including to make their own decisions on the future of
offered mountain bicycles, road bicycles strollers and walkers. For those looking for the businesses.
Talbot’s Toyland next door at 445 S. B St., and, more recently, electric bicycles in a place to repair their bicycles after Talbot’s Having just installed a 14-foot-long
confirmed there are no plans to close the keeping with the rise in popularity of those Cyclery closes, Gary Moore said the store dinosaur in Talbot’s Toyland, Schumacker
toy store and that they hope to be a part of bicycles among enthusiasts, said Gary will likely refer customers to Cognition said the owners and staff of the toy store
the community for years to come. Moore. Cyclery and Cyclepath in San Mateo, intend to continue carrying on the tradition
Having monitored sporting trends and But even with the shifting demand over Summit Bicycles in Burlingame and of their business and have no plans to wind
sold bicycles to customers for decades, Gary the decades, Gary Moore said the business California Sports & Cyclery in Belmont, all down.
Moore said he and his wife spent about a has always maintained its focus on provid- of which have repair shops. “We look forward to being a member of
year mulling over their decision to retire. ing a wide array of bicycles for families. He “By us closing, it really leaves a void the community for many years to come,”
With one of his sons committed to a career said it’s not uncommon for them to serve there,” he said. “For a lot of services like Schumacker said.
in technology and another living in customers from San Francisco and Palo Alto that, they’ve just gone away.” Because Gary and Terri Moore own the
Australia, Gary Moore didn’t see a way to and in search of children’s bicycles, noting Though the Moores are looking forward building where the bicycle shop operates,
pass the torch within his family. Now that many stores in the area cater to those who to having more free time in the coming Gary Moore said it doesn’t have to be vacat-
both of them have entered their 60s, Gary are interested in specialty bicycles. weeks, Gary Moore said they will miss ed by a specific date but he is targeting July
Moore said they are hoping to turn their “We never lost our core which has been working with their staff, who have been 1 as a tentative date to shutter the business.
focus on spending time with their grand- with the children’s market,” he said. “We’ve sought after by other Bay Area bicycle With an ongoing sale and many goodbyes
children, taking care of their chickens and always maintained one of the biggest and stores. He also noted the challenge of hir- to say, Gary Moore expected the next few
bees, traveling and, of course — getting in best selections of kids’ bikes.” ing employees for businesses like his given weeks to be packed, but he acknowledged
a few long rides. Though the store will have to start ramp- the region’s increasingly high cost of liv- the couple is also looking forward to get-
“As time goes on, eventually you have to ing down the services it provides with bicy- ing. ting out on the weekends and enjoying
retire,” he said. “It’s like getting to the end cles sold there, Gary Moore said the busi- “It’s just difficult in a retail environment retirement.
of a good book.” ness has been a full-service bicycle shop to provide enough for a lifestyle and to be “All of a sudden you look at the calendar
Talbot’s Toyland was started in 1953 from its inception and began offering bicy- able to live in the area,” he said. or the clock … and [you] think … it’s the
when Gary Moore’s grandfather opened a cle rentals some 10 years ago. Gary Moore said he and his brother Steve time to do it,” he said.

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The revenue generated by the sale the forthcoming proposed uses.

TUESDAY, MAY 14
Calendar
p.m. to 11 p.m. Club Fox, 2209
CAMPUS
Continued from page 1
will help pay toward the rebuild of
existing facilities which need to be
revamped and improved to accommo-
“People have expressed preferences,
but I think that got us looking to the
requests for proposals to see where the
Memoir classes. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Broadway, Redwood City. Cost is $16. date more students, as it can only pay interest would be,” he said.
Little House, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo For more information call 759-9063. toward facility needs and not opera- One unique opportunity raised dur-
Park. Classes continue through May For his part, board President Kevin tions. Officials will use the sales ing the weekend’s discussion was for
and cost $12. For more information SATURDAY, MAY 18 Martinez said opinions on the matter
call 326-0723. Cantonese Story-time. 8:30 a.m. San money in tandem with the $79 million the site to host some of the soccer
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. must acknowledge both the dire state raised by a recently-approved bond fields which could be displaced by the
Caption Phones for Hearing Loss. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. of the district’s budget and the future measure. San Mateo Union High School
1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. San Mateo Senior Children of all ages can enhance
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, their communication skills by listen- needs of the school system. The El Crystal Elementary School District’s interest in redeveloping the
San Mateo. ClearCaptions is a feder- ing to stories and singing songs in “It gives you pause to evaluate the site is not the only property on the former Crestmoor High School cam-
ally funded telecommunications Cantonese and English, followed by a
company that provides real-time text craft. For more information call 829- present view of your needs balanced sales block, as officials agreed earlier pus.
of phone conversations for people 3860. against the long-term benefits, and I this year Rollingwood Elementary High school district officials started
with hearing loss. Elli Tehrani will think we are empowered to do that, but
explain the program and how to get Volunteer Appreciation Coffee. 9 School would also be shuttered and the process of examining residential
a free caption phone. Registration is a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Central County Fire you want to be forward looking and sold. The timeline for the campus is development proposals for the site in
required. For more information call Department, Station 34, 799 prudent and cautious,” he said. yet to be determined though. an effort to finance construction of
522-7490. California Drive, Burlingame. Hosted
by the Central County Fire Superintendent Stella Kemp said fur- Meanwhile, Engvall Middle School affordable housing for teachers. As
Documentary Club: ‘Bad Rap.’ 6:30 Department and the Burlingame ther discussion regarding request for has been closed since 1989. The site part of the discussion, officials have
p.m. to 8 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Neighborhood Network, this event
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. will recognize neighborhood lead- proposals would likely arrive next at the gate to Crestmoor Canyon is committed to making available the
Light refreshments will be served. ers, CERTs and Ham radio operators month. Kemp has been instrumental currently rented by the driving range, soccer fields which are currently used
Free. For more information call 591- who led the Citywide Emergency in the district reconsidering its struc-
8286. Drill last October. It will feature coffee but school officials reserved the right at the campus by the community,
and pastries and a brief presentation ture as part of a process designed to to purchase the remaining value on the though no promises have been made
Keto to Life: the Cutting Edge of by Mayor Donna Colson, as well as improve its financial footing. lease if alternative uses are preferred. that the fields would be kept at the
Nutrition Geroscience in an Aging firehouse tours and a free prize draw-
World. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. San Mateo ing. Free. For more information call Officials agreed late last year to sell Martinez said it is likely too early school site.
Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San 347-3576. the recently-shuttered El Crystal to tell whether officials will ultimate- For his part, Martinez suggested the
Mateo. Learn about how a ketogenic Elementary School for $13.5 million
diet affects aging and memory. For Filipino-American Power: ly pursue allowing new uses at the opportunity to collaborate with other
more information call 522-7818. Celebrating the Leadership of to the Stratford School, which also site, but suggested it is their obliga- local school officials at the former
Alice P. Bulos. 10 a.m. Mater leases the former Crestmoor
Design it Yourself Native Plant Dolorosa Parish Hall, 307 Willow Ave., tion to at least gauge the alternatives middle school campus was intriguing.
Gardening. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Millbrae South San Francisco. The public can Elementary School campus. available. “That was a new element that we
Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. learn about the development of the El Crystal Elementary School was “It would make the most sense to would look to explore too,” he said.
Discover the basics of landscape local Filipino community. For more
design principles. Free. For more information call 89-3860. closed as part of a pivot by officials solicit requests for proposals to find But with the variety of options
information call 697-7607. away from a system built around out what their interest is at the site, available, Martinez said he thinks the
ICG Real Estate One-Day Expo. 10
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. South San Francisco neighborhood schools to a regional then form something tangible on path ahead may become more clear
Landscape Ar t Exhibit at Twin Conference Center, 255 South one with larger campuses. Officials are that,” he said. once officials get a better sense of the
Pines Ar t Center. Noon to 4 p.m. Airport Blvd., South San Francisco. hopeful the transformation will free
Twin Pines Art Center, 10 Twin Pines Various workshops and guest speak- He also noted there are divergent interest in the site.
Lane, Belmont. This will feature over ers throughout the day. Cost is $35. the district from the budget con- opinions among officials regarding “We have just got to gauge the inter-
30 landscape pieces by local penin- For more information call (800)-324- straints which have hamstrung opera- the option to sell or lease the site, est from the market, that is the main
sula painters. For more information 3983.
call 283-1915. tions for years. which he hoped would be informed by takeaway,” he said.
B urlingame Ar t Society ’s 25th
Prediabetes: Is it Real? 2 p.m. to 3 Annual Spring Art Exhibit. 10 a.m.
p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 to 9 p.m. Hillsdale Shopping Center,
spared from the full brunt of develop- the roughly 3.5 million units needed
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo.
Risks for chronic health issues will be
discussed in addition to ways to pre-
vent and reduce prediabetes devel-
opment and progression.
60 31st Ave., San Mateo. Local artists
will showcase their original works in
watercolor, acrylics, oils and pastels.
Free. For more information call 571-
1029.
SB 50
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ment facilitated by the bill, as legisla-
tors sought to refine a proposal often
criticized as too broad and inconsider-
to meet the demand for living in
California, while critics fear it would
harm the quality of life and drain local
Registration is required. For more ate of specific community character. municipalities of limited resources.
information call 522-7490. Finding Mayflower Families. 10:30
a.m. to noon. Grace Lutheran Church, Exclusions were also carved out for Under the Senate Appropriations
Peninsula Ukulele Groups (PUGs). 2825 Alameda de las Pulgas, San the committee charged with examining small, coastal areas and zones recog-
5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Belmont Library, Mateo. Learn the story of how one the fiscal impact of proposed bills Committee’s most recent decision, the
1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, individual discovered his ancestors nized to be threatened by wildfires. bill was sent to the suspense file
Belmont. Mini lesson and jam ses- were on the Mayflower. For more could determine the fate of Senate Bill More broadly, the amended version
information call 306-3423. 50. because it is expected to cost more
sion. Free. For more information call also attempts to clear the path to build than $150,000 annually. The forth-
591-8286.
KonMari Consultants. 11 a.m. South
The legislation crafted by state Sen. fourplexes in single-family neighbor-
Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, has coming decision will likely not
Finding Inner Peace and Calmness San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. hoods. include public deliberation, as the
Through Meditation. 7 p.m. to 8:30 Orange Ave., South San Francisco. An served as a source of contention local-
p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. informational and hands on demon-
ly among those who feel it could help In larger counties, of which there are committee charged with determining
Third Ave., San Mateo. Dr. Manish stration session on how to apply the
Saggar, a professor at Stanford KonMari method to your home and solve the state’s housing crisis and 15 across California and including San the fate of many bills aims to act
University, will share a simple medi- your life. For more information call
others who feel it is too far reaching Mateo, the bill aims to upzone areas quickly without forcing a further back-
tation technique. For more informa- 829-3860. adjacent to train and ferry stops, log of initiatives.
tion call 522-7818. and poorly considered.
Coyote Point Yacht Club Open An amended version of the bill allowing for taller and denser building State Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo,
THURSDAY, MAY 16 House. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coyote Point with fewer parking requirements and
Are You Good to Go? 10 a.m. to Yacht Club and Marina, 1820 Coyote advanced through the Senate is a member of the Senate
11:15 a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, Point Drive, San Mateo. Free boat Governance and Finance Committee more affordable housing. Furthermore, Appropriations Committee. His pro-
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San rides, safety demonstrations, boat
last month, when Wiener reached a it removes density restrictions near posed Senate Constitutional
Mateo. Tips on cremation, burial, vet- tours and activities for the kids.
eran’s benefits and green burial. Members will be on hand to talk compromise with state Sen. Mike frequent bus stops, and affluent com- Amendment 5, which aims to lower the
Registration is required. For more about the boating experience, and
McGuire, D-Healdsburg, to limit the munities with a high concentration of voter support threshold needed to
information call 522-7490. tours of the club house will be quality schools and jobs.
offered. A barbecue lunch will be scope of its impact. approve school parcel tax measures to
Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to available for purchase for $5. Free. For Under the amendment, counties with Wiener has suggested the bill could 55%, was sent to the suspense file as
noon. Foster City Recreation Center, more information call 464-6265.
650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Game day. fewer than 600,000 residents would be lay the groundwork for construction of well.
For more information call 286-2585. Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA
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and Juliet Fantasy-Overture, sion so arrive early for the best seats.
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working condition Burlingame $50 Call 0842 antiquE Dining table for six people
so welcome. is conducted by a Corporation. The reg- their FBN on N/A. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
/s/Mariko Hayashida/ Dan (408)656-0958
istrants commenced to transact business lEnnox rED Rose, Unused, hand
We expect a commitment of four to under their FBN on 04/11/19. This statement was filed with the Asses- antiquE mohagany Bookcase. Four
eight hours a week for at least four sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2019. (Publish- maytag washEr excellent working painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
/s/Murali Gadde/ condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan $12.00. (650) 578 9208. feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
months. The internship is unpaid, but ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
This statement was filed with the Asses- 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). (408)656-0958
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- sor-County Clerk on 4/19/2019. (Publish- bEDstEaD singlE, poster style, box
terns have progressed in time into millEr litE Neon sign , work good spring, mattress available. $40.00.
paid correspondents and full-time re- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, mfg h20labs Model 300 exc cond $59 call (650)218-6528 (650)593-7408
porters. 4/23/19, 4/30/19, 5/7/19, 5/14/19). fiCtitious businEss namE counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
statEmEnt #281156 olD, antiquE, Bottle Collection: 20
nEw, singEr Sewing Machine Univer- bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 bEigE sofa $99. Excellent Condition
College students or recent graduates The following person is doing business sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- (650) 315-2319
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper fiCtitious businEss namE as: Skyridge Real Estate, 1021 S El Ca-
statEmEnt #280884 chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 onE CollECtion of antique Cuban
experience is preferred but not neces- mino Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No bunk bEDs for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
sarily required. The following person is doing business Registered Owner: Mayra Espinosa, 424 Texting. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
as: TRINITY, 605 Spar Drive, Redwood tiffany stylE Lamp shade. Older-
Glasgow Dr., Pacifica, CA 94044. The multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) B/O (650)685-2494
Please send a cover letter describing City, CA 94065. Registered Owner: business is conducted by an Individual. 727-7266. small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
your interest in newspapers, a resume Theresa C. Pingjungting Perry, 1507 Ag- The registrants commenced to transact 4162 China CabinEt Wallet, $20. Call
and three recent clips. Before you ap- new Rd #114, SANTA CLARA, CA business under their FBN on 05/02/2019. VaCuum ClEanEr (reconditioned) (650)589-1407
ply, you should familiarize yourself 95054. The business is conducted by an /s/Mayra Espinosa/ $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 topps basEball complete set 1987
with our publication. Our Web site: Individual. The registrants commenced thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- ChoColatE brown living room chair
This statement was filed with the Asses- with cushion. In excellent condition, $60.
www.smdailyjournal.com. to transact business under their FBN on sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- 4474
4/2/2019. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
297 bicycles Call 650-872-2371.
Send your information via e-mail to /s/Theresa C. Perry/ 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig-
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- aDult bikEs 1 regular and 2 with bal- ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for ComputEr DEsk (glass) & chair. Like
This statement was filed with the Asses- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 both. Steve (650)518-6614 new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish-
#123, San Mateo CA 94402 fiCtitious businEss namE gtecher@comcast.net
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ChilD’s sChwinn biCyClE, bluE in VintagE stEmwarE: 3 styles, 23
4/23/19, 4/30/19, 5/7/19, 5/14/19). statEmEnt #28121 ComputEr DEsk with 3 side drawers .
The following person is doing business good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. pcs. $60, (650)207-4162
Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask
as: SPECIFYIT, 642 Joanne Drive, SAN mountain bikE new 21 gears $100. for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or
salEs - Telemarketing and Inside Sales fiCtitious businEss namE MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: (650)722-3634 299 Computers leave message
statEmEnt #281063 Donald Pitts, same address. The busi-
Representative needed to sell newspa- ness is conducted by an Individual. The mountain bikE. Top brand. Runs 19" Color Monitor with stand VG con-
per print and web advertising and event The following person is doing business ComputEr swiVEl CHAIR. Padded
as: Once Upon A Paper, 1019 Magnolia registrants commenced to transact busi- good. $39. (660)342-5220 dition power cord/owners manual includ- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
marketing solutions. To apply, please call ness under their FBN on 04/30/2019. ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
650-344-5200 and send resume to Avenue #2, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Reg-
istered Owners: Denise Weathers-Solis /s/Donald Pitts/ 298 Collectibles CouChEs bED tables TV clothes etc
info@smdailyjournal.com
and Ericson M. Solis, same address. The This statement was filed with the Asses- rECorDablE CD-r 74, Sealed, Unop- appt only (650)388-2445
business is conducted by a Married Cou- sor-County Clerk on 5/9/2019. (Publish- 1984 timE magazine. Special 1994 ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, (650) 578 9208 DEsk, gD. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
ple. The registrants commenced to Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg (650)458-3578
5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19). (650)588-0842
transact business under their FBN on
NA. 300 toys
/s/Denise Weathers-Solis/ 49’Er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie Dining Chairs -Six Antique,
This statement was filed with the Asses- 295 art deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. 14-1000-pCs puzzlEs
(650)207-4162
$3.00 ea. Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675
(650)888-2662
sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish- $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, oil painting-CanVass, Victorian
5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 basEball hat anD beanie collection amEriCan flyEr locomotive runs
OBO (650)515-6091 sold as set hundreds 1K (650)388-2445 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Dining room Table-Antique,Oak,
5chairs, w/ extension $200
Jump anD Play Keyboard brand new, in (650)290-3188
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580.
star wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader Dining tablE (36"x54") and 4 match-
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
$250 .(650)-654-1930.
302 antiques Dining tablE - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
bEEr stEins-original from Germa- lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
(650)592-7483 Dining tablE. 72" by 42". With leaf
90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389
DrEssEr-antiquE Vanity Combo, 3
mahogany antiquE Secretary desk, beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- (650)290-3188
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
English Draw Table, $50 Solid Wood
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304 Furniture 306 Housewares 310 Misc. For Sale 312 Pets & Animals 318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales
ETHAN ALLEN sofa and love seat. Blue CRySTAL WINE glasses new (12ea) LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and ONE kENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- GUTHy-RENkER POWER Rider,Ever-
velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- $20.00 Call 650-592-2648 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
stering. Free. (650)593-7001. MIkASA SET. White. Modern (square) MOTLEy CRUE lp signed by neil lee
(650)593-2066 erciser $20 (510)770-1976 GARAGE SALES
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
kNEE RIdER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269 ESTATE SALES
GLIdER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- NEW "bELLA" buffet triple slow cooker NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. offer. (650)245-4084 MEN'S ROSSIGNOL Skis. $95.00,
and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 good condition, (650)341-0282. Make money, make room!
IkEA dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x 2648 (415)260-6940
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
315 Wanted to buy ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond List your upcoming
SINk dOUbLE cast iron. Good condi- OLd b&L Microscope in good condition; Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
IkEA TAbLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. LOOkING: SF Radio Station recordings; (650)771-6324. garage sale,
1920’s through 80’s.
$ 30. (650)598-9804.
307 jewelry & Clothing RAy-bAN TOP Bar Sunglasses Ron (925)284-5428. TOTAL GyM XLS, excellent condition. moving sale,
RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
MAHOGANy Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
(650)588-0828
estate sale,
x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- ANNE kLEIN silver-tone watch with weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- 316 Clothes yard sale,
3709 Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- 6596 vINTAGE NASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
MATTRESS, TWIN long, excellent condi-
al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 bROWN SUEd boots, fur-lined, size 8, ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz rummage sale,
ROLLERbLAdES, USEd, size 10. $20 new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 308 Tools obo. Please call (650)745-6309
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 clearance sale, or
NEW dELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
FANCy HIGH heel shoes, never worn
size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
WORkOUT bENCH, weights, bars, for whatever sale you
ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Sell! (650) 875-8159. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. (650)861-2411 have...
$45. (650)328-6709
bRIGGS & Stratton Lawn Mower with FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi yAMAHA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
NIAGARA vIbRATING Adjustable bed SILk SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for color in excellent condition 3/4 (650)458-3255 Reach over 83,450 readers
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- length $50 (650)692-8012
(408)656-0958 (650)771-6324.
formation. from South San Francisco
CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" kAyANO MEN’S Running shoes size 11 Food & Wine to Palo Alto.
qUEEN SOFA Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 SINk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, good condition $20 (650)520-7045
WINE COLLECTION and all equipment
in your local newspaper.
Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, $15.00 (650)544-5306
call (650)697-3709 LG CRAFTSMEN shop vac 6.5hp $60 kNEE-HIGH bLACk women's boots, to make homemade wine which includes
. (510)943-9221 SLR LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new. the wine press, 2 50 gallon barrel, 10 5 Call (650)344-5200
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 $40.00. Call (650)872-2371 gallon jug full of vinegar and exerta... if
RETRO HUTCH Needs refinishing other- SHOPSMITH MARk V 50th Anniversary anyone is interested call for best offer
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. TIRES-SET OF four P225 45 R18 $80 LAdIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL, (650)580-6405.
wise good condition. Top detaches from OBO (650)359-2238.
(650)504-0585 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
bottom $25. (650)712-9962
TUNTURI ROWING Machine, Good MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, 340 Camera & Photo Equip.
SOFA-bEIGE FAbRIC, Orig. $900, vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 379 Open Houses
Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 (650) 578-9208 NIkON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
(650)234-8218 UNIdEN HARLEy Davidson Gas Tank lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
310 Misc. For Sale phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 SHOES SIzE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
SOLId WOOd Dining table with exten-
sion great piece great condition black 500-600 bIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
WALkER - Good Condition - Like New - (650)508-8662 OMEGA b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
OPEN HOUSE
$80 (650)364-5263 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
$35 (650)341-5347 TUxEdO SIzE 40, black, including white
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 LISTINGS
SOLId WOOd Entertainment Center- bESSy SMALL Evening Hand Bag With 311 Musical Instruments vIvITAR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
WEddING dRESS-dESIGNER, Size 12, original manual. Like new. $99 SSF List your Open House
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. 1929 ANTIqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell (650)583-6636 in the Daily Journal.
ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call for $500 Call (650)867-1728
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o bIFOLd SHUTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00
(925)482-5742 (650)544-5306 (650)742-6776. WOMAN'S AMERICAN Rag faux leather 345 Medical Equipment Reach over 83,450
TAbLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. bLUE OySTER cult lp signed by donald
jacket. Perfect condition. Black potential home buyers &
CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466 AdjUSTAbLE bATH shower transfer
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
renters a day,
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 (408)661-6019 (650)278-5776. WOMAN'S TAHARI jacket. Perfect con- from South San Francisco
dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25 COMMOdE, vERy clean and disinfect- to Palo Alto.
THOMASvILLE dINING table, $50 4 CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not (650) 952-3466 ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
chairs, mid-century blonde with two Guts $500 (415)269-4784 in your local newspaper.
EPIPHONE LES Paul Custom Prophecy ested. (650)745-6309
leaves call (650)697-3709. Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. WOMEN'S bLACk suede fur lined
COSCO PLAy Pen with travel bag. Used (650)421-5469. boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371 dRIvE 3-IN-1 commode with seat,buck- Call (650)344-5200
TIkI bAR - Original from the 60’s,Like once $35 (650)591-2981 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 WORk bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, (510)770-1976
CUT GLASS serving bowl 8" diameter EvERETT UPRIGHT antique piano. brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
(650)245-4234. Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
$25. Call 650-921-4016 In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 dRIvE dELUxE two button walker $10
HUGE LUdWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle (510)770-1976
dELUxE FOLdER Walker - 5" wheels -
TWIN bEd, mattress, box spring, frame
$ 50. (650)598-9804. Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian 318 Sports Equipment RAdIATION PROTECTION 1/2-apron
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
dISPLAy CASE, glass top. 27”x20”x2” (916)975-4969 bIG bERTHA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with
drawers and pull-down desk call Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick 7742.
PIANO-ANdREW kOHLER, Mahogany, (415)999-4474
(650)697-3709
dRIvE 3-WHEEL buggy $45. Call Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 WALkER/ROLATOR. NEW. large, bas-
USEd bEdROOM Furniture, FREE. Call (650)589-1407 (415)334-1980 bRANd NEW Golf bag with Stand. ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
(650)573-7381. Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444. size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
FREE MAGAzINES. Library discards No Texting. (650)727-7266
WALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple year old ones. Wide variety. Good for PLAyER PIANO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
lines. Breaks down for transportation. crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 bRANd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message www.elo.deals Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
FREE: WILd turkey feathers; whole gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For SPINET PIANO + Bench, $50. Call
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark (650)589-1407 EASTON ALUMINUM bat.33 inches, 30
(650)207-0882 oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
WHITE WICkER Armoire, asking $100, vINTAGE AUTOPIANO upright player
great condition, text for picture (650)571- HAT, T-SHIRT, sweatshirt and comput- piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave EvERLAST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
0947 erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 message or email flycsir@hotmail.com Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan- WURLITzER UPRIGHT piano. Fair con- LEATHER GOLF bag with 23 clubs $90.
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595 (650) 592-2648.
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450 homes for rent 620 Automobiles 630 trucks & SuV’s 645 Boats 670 Auto Service 670 Auto Parts
CheVrolet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 95K ford ‘10 F150 Super Crew cab, 78K BoAt- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5 1960S CAdillAC hub caps $40
for rent miles, $2000 (650)481-5296 miles. System-One toolboxes and rack. HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
(650) 591-5404. AA SMoG (650)592-3887
CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT
$16K contact or text (650)520-3725
BridGeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
2 Bedroom 1 bath CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re- Complete Repair & Service $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
leXuS ‘07 GX450, 124K miles, $11,900 built and re-finished. Boat and Motor. $29.75 plus certificate fee used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
house on a quiet Got An older (650)302-5523 20K obo. (650)851-0878.
(most cars)
cul-de-sac in Belmont. CAr, BoAt, or rV? toyotA ‘06 4runner, 190K miles, SeA rAy 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs 869 California Drive . CheVy/GMC 1994. Full size. Front
Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
Do the humane thing. $7,900.. (650)302-5523 Burlingame Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
Donate it to the
$3800.00/Month Humane Society. 650 rVs (650) 340-0492 GM truCk/SuV 1994? Large Vehicle.
Call 1- 866-899-3051 635 Vans Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
Gulf StreAM, Sun Voyager ‘04.
Available the middle of toyotA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con- 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $35,000.
complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
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May. hondA ‘10 CiViC, 87K miles, $6,800. dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K 650-349-3087.
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(650)302-5523 miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
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650-483-3694 cost than gasoline) commute vehicle
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very good condition $7,900 (707)333-
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Beneath wholesome image, Doris Day was an actor of depth
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “The Man Who Knew Too Much.” Longing
ballads such as “Blame My Absent Minded
LOS ANGELES — The very name “Doris Heart” led critic Gary Giddins to call her “the
Day,” cheerful as a sunrise on a studio lot, coolest and sexiest female singer of slow-
was an invention. ballads in movie history.”
The beloved singer and actress, who died But millions loved her for her wholesome,
Monday at 97, was a contemporary of blond beauty, and for her string of slick,
Marilyn Monroe but seemed to exist in a stylish comedies, beginning with her
lost and parallel world of sexless sex come- Oscar-nominated role in “Pillow Talk” in
dies and the carefree ways of “Que Sera, 1959. She and Rock Hudson were two New
Sera” (“Whatever Will Be, Will Be”). She Yorkers who shared a telephone party line.
helped embody the manufactured innocence She followed with “The Thrill of It All,”
of the 1950s, a product even she didn’t playing a housewife who gains fame as a TV
believe in. pitchwoman to the chagrin of husband
“I’m tired of being thought of as Miss James Garner.
Goody Twoshoes. . . . I’m not the All- Her on-screen chastity was a gag for
American Virgin Queen, and I’d like to deal comedians, but not audiences. The nation’s
with the true, honest story of who I really theater owners voted her the top money-
am,” she said in 1976, when her tell-all making star in 1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964.
memoir “Doris Day: Her Own Story” chron- It was an easy punchline which would
icled her money troubles and failed mar- unjustly overwhelm her name and legacy
riages. for younger generations who would come to
There was more to her, and to her career, know her only through jokes at the inher-
than not sleeping with the leading man. She ent un-coolness of having such a pure
gave acclaimed performances in “Love Me image. As with Monroe’s reductive label-
REUTERS or Leave Me,” the story of songstress Ruth ing, it denied, or at least dismissed, the tal-
Actor and singer Doris Day poses at the Sahara Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas in 1956. Etting, and in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller ent behind it all.

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Britain:US-Iran conflict could break out ‘by accident’ By Lorne Cook kind of conflict,” British Foreign Secretary
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jeremy Hunt told reporters in Brussels.
“What we need is a period of calm to make
BRUSSELS — Britain warned Monday sure that everyone understands what the
that armed conflict might be sparked “by other side is thinking,” Hunt said, adding
accident” amid rising tensions between the that he would share those concerns Monday
United States and Iran, as U.S. Secretary of with European partners and Pompeo.
State Mike Pompeo held talks with officials The U.S. pulled out of a 2015 nuclear
from European powers that are racing to sal- accord between Tehran and six world powers
vage a nuclear deal with the Islamic repub- a year ago, saying the agreement does noth-
lic. ing to stop Iran from developing missiles
Britain’s foreign secretary offered the or destabilizing the Middle East. The
warning as Saudi Arabia said two of its oil European parties — Britain, France,
tankers were sabotaged and received “sig- Germany and the European Union — insist
nificant damage” Sunday off the coast of the the agreement was never meant to address
United Arab Emirates, one of the vessels as those issues but has been effective in curb-
it was heading to pick up Saudi oil to take to ing Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
the United States. Tensions mounted last week, when
Washington has warned shipping compa- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani gave the
nies that “Iran or its proxies” could be tar- remaining signatories 60 days to come up
REUTERS geting maritime traffic in the Persian Gulf with a plan to shield his country from sanc-
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo poses with Britain’s Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt at the region and said it was deploying an aircraft tions imposed by U.S. President Donald
European Council in Brussels, Belgium. carrier and B-52 bombers to the Persian Gulf Trump after the U.S. withdrew from the deal.
to counter French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le
a l l e g e d Drian described the remarks suggesting that
threats from Iran might renege on the agreement as “very
Tehran. worrying, ” given that the EU is still
“We are respecting the deal and trying to bolster the
very worried country’s economy.
about the Hunt warned of the importance of ensur-
risk of a con- ing that Iran doesn’t resume banned atomic
flict happen- activities, saying that “if Iran becomes a
ing by acci- nuclear power, its neighbors are likely to
dent, with an want to become nuclear powers. This is
es cal at i o n already the most unstable region in the
that is unin- world. This would be a massive step in the
tended really wrong direction.”
on either
Hunt later met with his counterparts from
side but ends
France and Germany and EU foreign policy
with some
chief Federica Mogherini.