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CAROL HIGH/DAILY JOURNAL


Nancy Cervera, 21-year Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe employee,
serves Barbara and John Nevin, longtime customers and
Millbrae residents.

Tradition
Gov. Gavin Newsom has vowed to use part of the historic state budget surplus to tackle homelessness.
REUTERS
of bakers
Beloved Burlingame bakery

Newsom to take Copenhagen going strong


By Carol High
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT

For more than 40 years, the


Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe has been

on homelessness
delighting customers in downtown
Burlingame with its signature Danish
specialties and local favorites.
It started when Ralf Nielsen, co-owner
of Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe with Ben Nielsen
brother Ben Nielsen, decided to strike
out on his own and follow the family tradition in the bakery
Governor outlined $1B in spending to combat the business. Ralf returned to Denmark to learn from an uncle
who ran a successful bakery. Two uncles and a grandfather
were bakers and both brothers were born in Copenhagen,
problem as part of his $213.5B state spending plan Denmark. 
“Our grandfather was the pivotal one in the bakery busi-
By Adam Beam
ness,” said Ben Nielsen. “Most of the family is in the food
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
See BAKERY, Page 20
SACRAMENTO — Calling it “a
stain on the state of California,” Gov.
Gavin Newsom on Thursday vowed to
use part of a historic budget surplus to
tackle homelessness in the nation’s
San Mateo moving
most prosperous state.
“This homeless issue is out of con-
trol,” Newsom told reporters on as he
toward new sleeping
unveiled his revised state budget.
“(People) are outraged by it, they are quarters for police
disgusted by it, they are wondering
what the hell is going on in Fire Station 26, hotel vouchers pegged
Sacramento, and they should.” for relief from officer’s long commutes
Local state bills take shape Newsom outlined a proposed $1 bil-
lion in spending to combat the prob-
lem as part of his $213.5 billion state
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Legislators applaud fiscal responsibility, spending in budget spending plan, an increase of $4.5 bil-
lion from his first plan in January. In an effort to help police officers in need of a place to
By Anna Schuessler the Legislature sets its sights on His proposal included a massive sleep between shifts, San Mateo officials will explore con-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF finalizing the details of a projected state surplus of $21.5 billion, most of verting a structure formerly serving as Fire Station 26 into
$214 billion budget next month. which he used to pad state reserves and a police substation with sleeping quarters and vehicle stor-
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plans to Including a projection of $3.2 bil- pay down debt as he warned of a com- age.
boost funding for health care, educa- lion in additional short-term revenue ing recession. That still left him bil- Whether to renovate Fire Station 26 into a multi-purpose
tion, elections and housing and as compared to the budget proposal lions more to invest in homelessness facility, convert Fire Station 25 in the Borel neighborhood
homelessness in his revised state Newsom introduced in January, the as well as teacher training, health care into a space with sleeping quarters once a new station is
budget were largely welcomed by San
Mateo County lawmakers Thursday as See BILLS, Page 23 See NEWSOM, Page 18 See POLICE, Page 31
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Thought for the Day


“When your mother asks,‘Do you want a piece
of advice?’ it is a mere formality. It doesn’t matter if
you answer yes or no. You’re going to get it anyway.”
— Erma Bombeck, American humorist

This Day in History


Nelson Mandela took the oath of

1994 office in Pretoria to become South


Africa’s first black president.

In 1 6 11 , Sir Thomas Dale arrived in the Virginia Colony,


where, as deputy governor, he instituted harsh measures to
restore order.
In  1 8 6 5 , Confederate President Jefferson Davis was cap-
tured by Union forces in Irwinville, Georgia.
In 1 8 6 9 , a golden spike was driven in Promontory, Utah,
marking the completion of the first transcontinental rail-
road in the United States.
In  1 9 2 4 ,   J. Edgar Hoover was named acting director of
the Bureau of Investigation (later known as the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, or FBI).
In 1 9 3 3 , the Nazis staged massive public book burnings
in Germany.
In  1 9 4 0 , during World War II, German forces began
invading the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium and
France. The same day, British Prime Minister Neville REUTERS
Chamberlain resigned, and Winston Churchill formed a People view the historic Living Legend No. 844 steam locomotive before the 150th anniversary of the completion of the
new government. Transcontinental Railroad at Ogden Union Station in Ogden, Utah.
In  1 9 6 3 , the Rolling Stones recorded their first single
for Decca Records in London, covering Chuck Berry’s
“Come On” (which ended up being redone) and “I Want to In other news ...
Be Loved” by Willie Dixon. time eggs laid by its adult penguins who founded the local chapter of the
In  1 9 6 8 , the “Night of the Barricades” began in Paris’
Driver charged in crash; couple have hatched there. Audubon Society.
Latin Quarter as tens of thousands of student protesters died on way to their wedding Staff has been working with the She was astonished to find the dam-
erected obstacles against riot police; in the pre-dawn hours HAMBURG, Pa. — A truck driver has chicks to get them used to humans age came from a bird crashing through
of May 11, the police moved in, resulting in violent clash- been charged with vehicular homicide before they are introduced into the her window.
es that left hundreds of people injured. Preliminary peace in a fiery crash last fall that killed a penguin colony in the next few weeks. “I ran around the corner and here was
talks between the United States and North Vietnam began couple driving to their wedding in African penguins are an endangered this eagle, in the living room, ”
in the French capital. Pittsburgh. species. Their numbers have dropped Studebaker said. “Shards of glass were
State police say 24-year-old Jaspreet by more than 60 percent in the past flying everywhere, and the eagle flew
Birthdays Singh Chahal, of Frenso, California,
is also charged with reckless endanger-
three decades and only 23,000 breed-
ing pairs are known to exist. The
over to the other plate glass window
and was trying to get out. It was
ing and misdemeanors in the Nov. 14 decline is blamed on several factors, scratching at the window sill and peck-
crash on Interstate 78. including disease, habitat destruction ing . it was just frantic.”
The Reading Eagle reports that and lack of food from overfishing, cli- She opened a door in the kitchen and
police in Berks County allege he was mate change and pollution. tried to coax the eagle out of the house
distracted by a cellphone conversation but the bird had a different idea.
and didn’t see traffic stopped ahead of Eagle with 8-foot wing “It went into the kitchen, along with
him before striking another vehicle. span crashes into Alaska home its 8-foot (2.4-meter) wingspan —
Killed were 35-year-old Kathryn we’re talking stuff coming off the
Schurtz, of Jersey City, New Jersey, KODIAK, Alaska — Many are famil- walls, everything coming off the
Olympic gold and her fiance, 42-year-old Joseph iar with uninvited guests unexpectedly counters, it was just mayhem,” she
Rock singer Bono Actor Kenan
medal swimmer Kearney. crashing at the house, but an eagle said.
is 59. Thompson is 41.
Missy Franklin is 24. Court documents don’t list an attor- took such a scenario to new heights in A neighbor showed up, and they tried
ney for Chahal. A message could not be Kodiak. again to get the eagle outside.
Author Barbara Taylor Bradford is 86. Rhythm-and-blues
left Wednesday at a phone listing for An eagle grabbed a piece of freezer- “But it freaked out again and flew
singer Henry Fambrough (The Spinners) is 81. Actor David
him. burned halibut that someone had into the dining room and there was just
Clennon is 76. Writer-producer-director Jim Abrahams is 75. thrown out, and apparently misjudged stuff flying everywhere — broken
Singer Donovan is 73. Singer-songwriter Graham Gouldman
(10cc) is 73. Singer Dave Mason is 73. Actor Mike Hagerty is Baby penguins its climb up a cliff with the 4-pound glassware, art supplies, you name it. It
piece of fish while likely being chased was still trying to get out through the
65. Sports anchor Chris Berman is 64. Actor Bruce Penhall is hatched at San Diego Zoo by another eagle, the Kodiak Daily windows in the dining room, ”
62. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss., is 61. Former Sen. Rick SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Zoo Mirror reported Tuesday. Studebaker said.
Santorum, R-Pa., is 61. Actress Victoria Rowell is 60. Former has two new arrivals: a pair of African The wrong trajectory led the eagle to Eventually they maneuvered behind
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., is 59. Rock musician Danny Carey penguin chicks. smash through a front window of Stacy the bird and were able to get it out of
(Tool) is 58. Actor Darryl M. Bell is 56. Playwright Suzan- The zoo announced Wednesday that Studebaker’s home Saturday. the house, which took her and her hus-
Lori Parks is 56. Model Linda Evangelista is 54. Rapper the fluffy chicks, named Doug and “It was so unbelievably loud. My band hours to clean up.
Young MC is 52. Actor Erik Palladino is 51. Rock singer Barbara, hatched two months ago. first thought was: I thought an atomic “If you could have seen the house, it
Richard Patrick (Filter) is 51. Actor Lenny Venito is 50. Actor The eggs came from two breeding bomb had dropped and the windows really looked like a bomb had gone
Dallas Roberts is 49. Actress Leslie Stefanson is 48. Actor- couples. The zoo says it’s the first were blowing out,” said Studebaker, off,” she said.
singer Todd Lowe is 47.

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Police reports Sunday, May 5.
Drunk dri v i ng . A motorist pulled into a
car wash smelling like alcohol and slurring
Vino the problem here their speech, it was reported at 7:52 p.m.
A man attempted to steal items from a Saturday, May 4.
store before breaking a bottle of wine Fraud. Someone attempted to use another
and fleeing in San Mateo, it was report- person’s debit card at the bank on Second
ed at 11 p.m. Sunday, May 5. Avenue, it was reported at 10:01 a. m.
Saturday, May 4.

MILLBRAE
SAN MATEO Burg l ary . Someone stole $100 worth of
Reckl es s dri v i ng . A motorist was serv- items from a vehicle on El Camino Real, it
ing in and out of lanes and driving on the was reported at 9:41 p.m. Wednesday, May
shoulder on East Third Avenue, it was report- 1.
ed at 10:58 p.m. Sunday, May 5. Theft. A vehicle was tampered with after
Fraud. A customer attempted to use counter- someone stole the control circuit on
feit money at a business on Bridgepointe Magnolia Avenue, it was reported at 4 p.m.
Parkway, it was reported at 12:51 p.m. Wednesday, May 1.
Sunday, May 5.
B urg l ary . Someone stole $1, 772. 57
Van dal i s m. Someone slashed tires and
worth of items from a vehicle on Skyline
broke mirrors off a car on South Amphlett
Boulevard, it was reported at 2:30 p.m.
Boulevard, it was reported at 5:48 p. m.
Wednesday, May 1.

Radioactive material Local brief


found in San Carlos identified
The materials, which were held in several
Radioactive material that was removed small vials in small quantities, were trans-
from a shed behind a vacant San Carlos ported to a lab in Richmond on Friday.
home and partially catalogued last Friday Ephrime Mekuria, associate health physi-
has been identified, city officials said. cist at the California Department of Public
Test results indicated that it consisted Health, stated that a final report of the con-
mostly of Naturally Occurring Radioactive tents will still be developed.
Material, or NORM, such as uranium ore Once the material was removed Friday,
samples, a radium clock and other materials workers with the San Mateo County Health
with thorium. Department performed two additional
The home on the 1000 block of Cedar sweeps of the residence and did not find
Street where the material was found was for- other radioactive sources. The residence was
merly occupied by Ronald Seefred, a retired then turned back over to the property man-
scientist who had worked at the SLAC agement company overseeing it.
National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo A private firm will clean up any household
Park. hazardous waste this week, but there are no
Seefred died in January at 82 years old. threats to the public at the property, city
The radioactive material was discovered as officials said.
the house was being prepared for sale, For further information about the radioac-
according to Redwood City Fire Chief Stan tive material, people can contact Ephrime
Maupin, whose department serves the city Mekuria at (510) 620-3422 or (510) 306-
of San Carlos. 8383.

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Illegal weapons mended Judge Stephanie Garratt for an month concluded “the Judicial Council has
Local briefs excellent sentence Thursday. taken steps to administer the Assigned
seized from Belmont home jail. Out of custody on his “The crime of swatting is potentially very Judges Program in a more efficient manner.”
An early-morning search at a Belmont own recognizance, dangerous,” he said. “Because the danger is
home Thursday led to the seizure of several Gounaropoulos received at such a high level, it’s important that the Two arrested for
illegal weapons and the two days credit for time criminal justice system respond firmly.” burglary on El Camino Real
arrest of one of the served and was allegedly
home’s residents on remanded back into cus- Retired judges to Two men were arrested Wednesday
evening after committing a window-smash
weapons related charges, tody Thursday to begin challenge limit on service burglary in the parking
according to police. his sentence, according
At approximately 5:30 Three retired judges sued the California lot of a business on the
to prosecutors. Judicial Council and Chief Justice Tani 500 block of El Camino
a. m. Thursday, May 9, On Nov. 16,
Belmont police and Alexander Cantil-Sakauye in San Real in Belmont and
Gounaropoulos Gounaropoulos is Francisco Superior Court investigators believe
agents from the believed to have called
Department of Homeland Thursday to challenge a that they may be tied to a
Dylan Zugar 911 and told the operator his grandmother recently established limit series of similar break-
Security, executed a saw several masked men armed with guns
search warrant at a home on the 300 block on temporary service by ins on that stretch of the
forcibly entering the former judicial offi- retired judges. Peninsula, according to
of Chesterton Avenue. The search, which cer’s home. He is said to have refused to
was part of an investigation to illegal The limit, which went Juan police.
identify himself or say where he was, and into effect in January, At approximately 7:35
weapons, was conducted without incident police confirmed with the victim’s husband Flores-Zamora
and several illegal assault rifles and firearms restricts retirees to 1,320 p.m. Wednesday, May 8,
nothing happened, according to prosecu-
parts were seized. tors. Quentin Kopp days of service, or the Belmont police received
Dylan Zugar, 27, a resident of the home, equivalent of six years as a call of a car burglary
The phone number used to make the 911 a full-time judge, when they return to the that had just occurred in
was arrested on multiple charges including call was connected to Gounaropoulos, who
possession of illegal firearms and manufac- bench to help courts that are short of the parking lot of a busi-
had previously been a party in court hear- judges. ness on the 500 block of
ture of illegal weapons, according to police. ings over which the victim presided. He Retired Superior Court Judges Julie Conger El Camino Real. Officers
allegedly told police who conducted a traffic of Alameda County and Glenn Mahler and responded to the scene
Man accused of Foster stop on him that he was “ambushed” by the James Poole of Orange County claim the and determined that two
City swatting attempt takes plea officer’s rulings, according to prosecutors. limit amounts to “unlawful discrimination males, associated with a
Because his client has been in an inten- in employment on account of age.” gray 2002 Acura Integra,
A 27-year-old Foster City man who plead- Oswaldo
sive outpatient treatment program since his One of their lawyers is retired San Mateo had smashed a window
ed no contest to misdemeanor filing of a Toscano
arrest, Gounaropoulos’ defense attorney Jeff County Superior Court Judge Quentin Kopp. on the victim’s car and
false police report for a November “swat-
Jackson said he argued for his client to be The service limit is one of several took a brown handbag before fleeing on El
ting” attempt on a retired San Mateo County
able to complete his sentence in a treatment changes made last year by the Judicial Camino Real, according to police.
judicial officer was sentenced to six months
program to be able to build on his progress. Council in the plan known as the Assigned Officers stopped the suspect vehicle on
in county jail and three years probation
“Alex understands that he made some mis- Judges Program. The council is the rule- the 1400 block of El Camino Real. The bag
Thursday, according the San Mateo County
takes last fall that led to his arrest, but he making body for the state court system and taken in the burglary was recovered and two
District Attorney’s Office.
spent the last 5 1/2 months doing intensive is chaired by the chief justice. men, Juan Flores-Zamora and Oswaldo
Alexander Gounaropoulos may be allowed
outpatient therapy to turn his life around,” Council spokesman Cathal Conneely said Toscano, both 22 from Oakland, were
to modify his sentence to a residential drug
he said. he could not comment on a pending lawsuit, arrested without incident, according to
treatment program after spending 60 days in
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe com- but noted that a state auditor’s report last police.

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Uber shifts into lower


gear, prices IPO at $45
By Cathy Bussewitz Friday when its shares begin trad-
and Michael Liedtke ing the New York Stock Exchange.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS No matter how the stock
swings, the IPO has to be consid-
SAN FRANCISCO — Uber is ered a triumph for the company
about to embark on a wild ride on most closely associated with a
Wall Street with the biggest and ride-hailing industry that has
most hotly debated IPO in years. changed the way millions of peo-
The world’s leading ride-hailing ple get around while also trans-
service set the stage for its long- forming the way millions of more
awaited arrival on the stock mar- people earn a living in the gig
ket by pricing its initial public economy.
offering at $45 per share late The IPO raised another $8.1 bil-
Thursday. lion for Uber as it tries to fend off
The price is at the lower end of rival Lyft in the U.S. and help
its targeted range of $44 to $50 cover the cost of giving rides to REUTERS
per share, a decision that may have passengers at unprofitable prices. Protestors march demanding fair wages and more transparency during a strike against Uber in San Francisco.
been driven by the escalating The San Francisco company
doubts about the ability of ride-
hailing services to make money
since Uber’s main rival, Lyft, went
already has lost about $9 billion
since its inception and acknowl-
edges it could still be years before
Uber, Lyft driver strike latest
public six weeks ago.
Even at the tamped-down price,
Uber now has a market value of
it turns a profit.
That sobering reality is one rea-
son that Uber fell well short of
move to organize gig workers
$82. 4 billion — significantly reaching the $120 billion market By Michelle R. Smith watched by labor organizers, who has nearly 4 million drivers, while
more than century-old automakers value that many observers are brainstorming about ways to Lyft has over 1 million.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
General Motors and Ford Motor. believed its IPO might attain earli- build worker power in the 21st- In pockets around the country,
Uber will face its next test er this year. century economy. workers are starting to organize
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A strike Drivers say they wanted to draw themselves, often with the help of
Twitter conspiracy sabotages Arount the state by Uber and Lyft drivers in cities the attention of the public, tech- workers’ rights groups and labor
across the United States this week nology investors and political unions. In Silicon Valley, a work-
California town fundraiser Sacramento Bee reported. caused barely a ripple to passen- leaders to their plight: low pay and ers’ rights group established Gig
GRASS VALLEY — Officials in a A QAnon conspiracy theorist gers looking to catch a ride, high- a lack of basic rights on the job. Workers Rising, which helped
small Northern California commu- rearranged the letters in Comey’s lighting the challenges in launch- “The goal is to bring awareness with Wednesday’s strike.
nity say an online conspiracy that tweet to spell “five jihads” and ing a labor movement from to the incredible disregard for In New York state, the AFL-CIO
started with a tweet from former grouped the first letters of each of scratch in an industry that is by workers, ” said Lyft driver Ann is pushing the Legislature to take
FBI Director James Comey forced the jobs he listed — grocery store nature decentralized. Glatt, who helped organize the steps to protect workers who get
them to cancel an annual school clerk, vocal soloist for church Activists and others involved in San Francisco strike and protest jobs through digital platforms. A
fundraiser out of safety concerns. weddings, chemist, strike-replace- the labor movement are still outside Uber headquarters. campaign that started in
The cancellation by a school ment high school teacher and “FBI declaring it a success. It grabbed App-based workers are thought Washington state this year pres-
foundation in Grass Valley, north director, interrupted” — to spell headlines, trended on Twitter and to comprise just a small fraction of sured shopping service Instacart
of Sacramento, occurred after GVCSF, the initials of the Grass won the support of several the economy, but there are still to stop counting tips toward work-
Comey participated in the Twitter Valley Charter School Foundation. Democrats running for president. millions of people making a liv- ers’ base pay, and even won them
hashtag trend #FiveJobsIHad, The The action was also closely ing in gig work. Uber alone says it back pay.

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Trump to nominate Shanahan for top Pentagon post
By Robert Burns and Lolita C. Baldor ment he’s had to deal with a wide array of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS international hotspots, ranging from missile
launches by North Korea to the sudden shift
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump of military ships and aircraft to the Middle
on Thursday said he will nominate Patrick East to deal with potential threats from Iran.
Shanahan to be his second The announcement comes close on the
secretary of defense, put- heels of an investigation by the Defense
ting an end to months of Department’s inspector general over accusa-
speculation about the for- tions that Shanahan had shown favoritism
mer Boeing executive’s toward Boeing during his time as deputy
standing in the adminis- defense secretary, while disparaging Boeing
tration. competitors. The probe appeared to stall his
Shanahan has been nomination, but the IG wrapped up the inves-
leading the Pentagon as tigation rapidly and cleared Shanahan of any
acting secretary since wrongdoing.
Donald Trump Jan. 1, a highly unusual The IG interviewed Shanahan as well as 33
arrangement for arguably witnesses under oath, including Mattis and
the most sensitive Cabinet position. He took members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
over after Jim Mattis resigned. “We did not substantiate any of the allega-
“Acting Secretary Shanahan has proven tions. We determined that Mr. Shanahan fully
over the last several months that he is complied with his ethics agreements and his
beyond qualified to lead the Department of ethical obligations regarding Boeing and its
Defense, and he will continue to do an excel- competitors,” the report said.
lent job,” White House press secretary Sarah REUTERS FILE PHOTO Shanahan wields none of the star power of
Sanders said in a statement. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan arrives at a Senate Armed Services hearing on the Trump’s first defense secretary. And that may
Moments later, Shanahan spoke to proposal to establish a U.S. Space Force. be just the thing for a commander in chief
reporters outside the Pentagon, saying he was who seemed to resent Mattis for his reputa-
very excited about the nomination and look- “The biggest challenge is balancing it all. Shanahan said, adding with a grin, “I called tion in Washington as a superior strategist
ing forward to a job he said requires him to For me it’s about practicing selectful neglect, my mom. She was super happy.” and a moderating influence on an impulsive
“spin a lot of plates.” so that we can stay focused on the future,” Indeed, in Shanahan’s tenure at the depart- president.

Drugmaker will Around the nation Biden rakes in $750,000 Thursday that over
$750,000 was collected,
donate meds for US The Trump administration has set a goal
at Hollywood fundraiser and one of the people said
push to end HIV epidemic of ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S. with- LOS ANGELES — Joe Biden raked in over checks were still being
in 10 years. $750,000 during a fundraiser attended by tabulated. They were not
WASHINGTON — The Health and Human authorized to reveal the
Carl Schmid of the AIDS Institute called Hollywood powerbrokers, a major haul that
Services Department announced Thursday demonstrates the entertainment industry’s fundraising numbers and
that Foster City-Based Gilead Sciences Inc. the donation “a really significant step,” spoke on condition of
saying it will make the drug available to lasting affection for the former vice presi-
has agreed to donate medications that reduce dent. anonymity.
the risk of HIV transmission for up to uninsured people. It lists for more than The sum raised was first
$20,000 per patient, per year. Biden’s 2020 Democratic presidential cam- Joe Biden
200,000 people a year. paign declined to comment on how much was reported by CNBC.
“Will help us achieve our goal of ending Gilead Sciences said in a news release that The Wednesday night
raised Wednesday evening at the home of
the HIV epidemic in America!” President the medication donation is one of the event was co-hosted by industry titans
interior designer Michael S. Smith and his
Donald Trump said in a celebratory tweet. largest ever made in the United States and is husband, James Costos, a former HBO exec- including media mogul Peter Chernin,
The pledge may last up to 11 years, said part of the company’s ongoing initiatives utive who was President Barack Obama’s DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg
HHS Secretary Alex Azar. Gilead will donate to help ensure that everyone who can bene- ambassador to Spain. and talent agency head Chris Silbermann, as
its Truvada prevention pill until a second- fit from the medicine is able to access it. But two people with direct knowledge of well as former Google CEO Eric Schmidt,
generation version becomes available. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. the event told the Associated Press on according to an event invitation.
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Around the world


Pope mandates reporting of An escalation in Trump tariffs
sex abuse to church, not police
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis issued a
groundbreaking new church law Thursday
requiring all Catholic
looms over US-China trade talks
By Paul Wiseman and Kevin Freking
priests and nuns around THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the world to report clergy
sexual abuse and cover- WASHINGTON — U.S. and Chinese nego-
ups by their superiors to tiators resumed trade talks Thursday just hours
church authorities, in a before the United States was set to raise tariffs
new effort to hold the on Chinese imports in a dramatic escalation
Catholic hierarchy of tensions between the world’s two biggest
accountable for failing to economies.
Pope Francis protect their flocks. China has threatened to retaliate if
The law provides President Donald Trump goes ahead with the
whistleblower protections for anyone mak- tariff hikes, adding to the heated rhetoric from
ing a report and requires all dioceses to have both sides that was shaking stock markets
a system in place to receive the claims con- around the world.
fidentially. And it outlines internal proce- The talks starting up again in Washington
dures for conducting preliminary investiga- were thrown into disarray this week after top
tions when the accused is a bishop, cardinal U.S. trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer and
or religious superior. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin accused
Abuse victims and their advocates said the the Chinese of reneging on commitments
law was a step forward, but not enough since they’d made earlier. In response to the alleged
it doesn’t require the crimes to be reported to backsliding, the United States is raising tar-
police and essentially tasks discredited iffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports from
bishops who have mishandled abuse for 10% to 25% at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time
decades with policing their own. Friday. At the White House, Trump said that REUTERS FILE PHOTO
It’s the latest effort by Francis to respond he’d received “a beautiful letter” from Chinese Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, right, poses with U.S.Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, center,
to the global sex abuse and cover-up scandal President Xi Jinping and that he’d “probably and U.S.Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, left, before they proceed to their meeting at
that has devastated the credibility of the speak to him by phone.” the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing, China.
Catholic hierarchy and his own papacy. And The two countries are sparring over U.S. ments in talks last week in Beijing, but that The administration bought a little extra
it provides a new legal framework for U.S. allegations that China steals technology and the backsliding became even more apparent time for talks to work: According to the filing
bishops as they prepare to adopt accounta- pressures American companies into handing in exchanges over the weekend. They would- Wednesday in the Federal Register, the tariff
bility measures next month to respond to over trade secrets, part of an aggressive cam- n’t identify the specific issues involved. hike won’t hit goods that have already left
the scandal there. paign to turn Chinese companies into world On Sunday, Trump took to Twitter to Chinese ports before Friday’s deadline.
leaders in robotics, electric cars and other express frustration with the pace of the talks. So the tariffs won’t start taking affect until
N. Korea fires two suspected advanced industries. “The Trade Deal with China continues, but those shipments complete the three- to four-
missiles in possible new warning The setback was unexpected. Through late too slowly, as they attempt to renegotiate. week voyage across the Pacific Ocean.
last week, Trump administration officials No!” Trump tweeted, threatening to raise the “This creates an unofficial window, poten-
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea fired were suggesting that negotiators were mak- tariffs. He also said he’d go further and slap tially lasting a couple of weeks, in which
two suspected short-range missiles toward ing steady progress. 25% tariffs on another $325 billion in negotiations can continue and generates a
the sea on Thursday, South Korean officials U.S. officials say they got an inkling of Chinese imports, covering everything China ‘soft’ deadline to reach a deal,” Goldman
said, its second weapons launch in five days China’s second thoughts about prior commit- sells the United States. Sachs said in a report Thursday.
and a possible warning that nuclear disarma-
ment talks with Washington could be in
danger.
South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said
Powell says policies needed for income growth slowdown
the weapons flew 420 kilometers (260 By Martin Crutsinger Fed chairman said. years of this economic expansion.
miles) and 270 kilometers (167 miles), THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “The kind of genera- Powell also noted a widening gap in eco-
respectively. It said it is working with the tional improvements in nomic prospects between those with a col-
United States to determine more details, WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve living standards that lege degree and those without one. Well
such as the types of weapons that were fired. Chairman Jerome Powell said Thursday the were long the hallmark of over 90 percent of working-age men in the
North Korean state media said Friday that United States needs to find ways to address a the American middle 1960s held a job, with little difference in
leader Kim Jong Un helped guide the firing decades-long slowdown in income growth class have steadily employment between those with or without
of the missiles Thursday and learned about and upward economic mobility. diminished, ” Powell a college degree.
“various long-range strike means,” but the In a speech at a Fed research conference, said. While the share of college-educated work-
statement from the propaganda services did- Powell said that incomes have grown more Powell pointed to two ing-age men with a job has slipped slightly
Jerome Powell
n’t provide more specifics on the type of slowly for middle-class families since the factors contributing to from more than 95 percent in 1967 to
missiles fired. 1970s than for higher-income households. the problem: an increase in income inequal- around 90 percent today, it has plunged for
What was launched Thursday is a crucial ity and slower growth in worker productivi-
In the 1950s, more than 80 percent of other groups, Powell said. In 1967, 90 per-
detail, as North Korea is banned by the ty.
children born into middle-class house- cent of male high school graduates were
United Nations from testing ballistic mis- Productivity, a key factor to boost living
holds grew up to out-earn their parents. working, but that figure has fallen to only
siles. standards, has been weak over the past 10
But more recently, only about half do, the about 80 percent today.
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U.S.-China relations Supporting parks
behind U.S. economic growth. It is
Other voices
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The Japan Times desirable for the United States to more very now and then, you may notice new features in
carefully determine the risks from Burlingame parks. A cornhole game here, a water

T
he intensifying confrontation raising tariffs. bottle refill station there. It’s as if they appear by
Nikkei Stock Average also dove 321
between the United States and Primarily, if the United States magic.
points. But it’s not. It’s actually the work of the Burlingame
China significantly amplifies wields punitive tariffs, wouldn’t
The United States and China Parks and Recreation Foundation, which raises funds and
uncertainties in the future of the glob- China take a tougher stance and the
account for about 40 percent of global works with the city to determine how to place needed fea-
al economy. Their trade conflict two countries be further apart on an
gross domestic product (GDP). If their tures at all the parks. Parks and Recreation crews do the
should be solved by thoroughly and confrontation intensifies with the tar- agreement? Trade issues should be
repeatedly having cool-headed talks. solved not through intimidation but installations.
iff increase, that would bring an even While it might seem as if only your park gets stuff, it is
U.S. President Donald Trump more serious level of damage to the through dialogue based on mutual
announced that, effective Friday, trust. actually spread throughout the city intentionally.
markets and economic activities. A “We make sure we help out with all sections,” said Randy
punitive tariffs on $200 billion situation should be avoided in which Of course, China’s response is also
(about 22 trillion) worth of Chinese indispensable for the negotiations to Schwartz, president of the foundation.
the trade dispute gets bogged down. Schwartz has been president since about the time he
goods will be raised from 10 percent In the bilateral ministerial-level advance. Frustrations over China’s
to 25 percent. continuing unfair trade practices and retired as Hillsborough city manager four years ago and
trade negotiations, both countries after a long career of public service that included being
Trump seemingly aims to extract need to make concessions to avoid restrictions are mounting not only in
the United States, but also in Japan Burlingame’s Park and
further concessions from China at the raising of punitive tariffs. Recreation director. So he’s
ministerial-level trade negotiations Against the background of Trump’s and European countries.
familiar with the city and its
between the two countries that will abrupt announcement was apparently The United States is especially dis- needs. But it’s a team effort and
start Thursday. the fact that the United States main- satisfied over China distorting free includes fundraisers such as a
Optimistic views had recently been tained robust growth and stock prices competition by providing huge subsi- new speaker series and the
spreading in markets that an agree- were approaching their highest levels dies to its state enterprises. Unless upcoming Muddy Mile on the
ment would be reached soon during ever. It seems the judgment was that China revises its policy of giving Bayside. Another one is com-
bilateral negotiations. The sudden even if a hard-line stance toward excessively preferential treatment to ing up next weekend at
announcement of tariff hikes reversed China is taken, the negative effect on its industries, it will be difficult to Washington Park. It’s the
these views. Investor sentiment has the United States would be minimal. solve the trade dispute. fourth annual bocce tournament
quickly deteriorated and has caused a However, the target of the increase The Chinese economy has just at the new and improved courts
spontaneous, worldwide decline in in tariffs includes many goods related come out of a slump due to the gov- that now has a double barbecue
stock values. to daily life, such as home electrical ernment’s economic stimulus meas- and an adjacent cornhole setup
In the United States, the Dow Jones appliances and furniture. The price ures. To put an end to its sluggish and horseshoe pits. Next
Industrial Average temporarily increase in imported goods could cool economic growth, it is becoming month, the foundation will be
dropped nearly 650 points on down consumption, a driving force important for China to present its approving $25,000 to pur-
Tuesday. On Wednesday in Tokyo, the own positive reform plans. chase and install lights over
the bocce courts, so there can be some nighttime use. In
addition to that, Schwartz reports that in the past year, the

Letters to the editor foundation has purchased and donated eight benches for
local tennis courts, two outdoor cornhole sets (they are
looking for the right spot for the second one), five parks
tables with checkers board inlaid, the Washington Park bar-
Extra years for Obama? better if the Obama administration What the Democrats do not tell us is becue, two water bottle refill stations for Bayside Park and
had a chance to fix the problems cre- that they have a hidden economic one bicycle repair station. They’ve also mapped Mills
Editor, ated between 2009 and 2017? If so, policy which greatly mitigates the Canyon and will be donating $5,000 to the City Council
Jorg Aadahl in his letter “Extra Jorg will want to add one more thing effects of their new taxes and pro- for youth recreation scholarships, according to Schwartz.
years for Trump?” in the May 7 edi- to the list, and that would be to stop Most recently, the foundation built, painted and installed
grams on corporations and the rich,
tion of the Daily Journal fondly Russian interference in our elections. chalkboards for the children at Paloma Park after seeing
remembers the good ol’ days when thus making Democrats’ public state- children’s drawings on the back fence.
Remember: Barack was president
Barack Obama was president. ments a lot of empty bluster; winking Burlingame has beautiful and well-used parks. But as with
when Putin’s minions hacked the
He thinks another eight years of DNC and flooded American social to her corporate donors is what any public facility, area or building, they can always use
President Obama in the White House media with stories and ads meant to Hillary was doing in her secret some extras — and that’s where the foundation comes in.
would leave our country in “much bet- cause acrimony and divisiveness speeches to our biggest bankers. If you are interested in learning more about the founda-
ter shape,” and that such an extended among voters. How can one then trust politicians tion and all it does, go to supportburlingameparks.org or
stay in the Oval Office would produce who have to first swing hard to the call Schwartz at (650) 520-3541 or email him at
positive outcomes. Maybe. Under left in order to win a primary, then rschwartz@myastound.net.
another eight years of President Ray Fowler swing hard to the middle in order to ***
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Stocks lower ahead of US-China trade war deadline


By Stan Choe and Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 25,884.89
Stocks closed broadly lower on Wall Low: 25,517.39
Street Thursday, extending the market’s Close: 25,828.36
slide into a fourth straight day, as investors Change: -138.97
braced for a possible escalation in the trade
war between the U.S. and China. OTHER INDEXES
Tensions between the world’s two largest
economies dragged stocks lower ahead of a S&P 500: 2870.72 -8.70
Friday deadline when the United States said NYSE Index: 12,731.35 -35.34
it would impose more tariffs on Chinese Nasdaq: 7910.59 -32.73
goods. The worries about trade this week
NYSE MKT: 2550.26 +6.46
have halted what has been the hottest start
to a year for U.S. stocks in decades, and the Russell 2000: 1570.06 -4.92
S&P 500 index is on pace for its worst week Wilshire 5000: 29,694.40 -84.99
of 2019.
Thursday’s sell-off began steep and wide-
spread, but lost momentum by afternoon, 10-Yr Bond: 2.45 -0.02
allowing the market to stem some of its Oil (per barrel): 61.54 -0.58
Gold : 1,284.90 +3.50
losses.
Still, analysts said the market was likely
in for more pain until the uncertainty over
the costly trade dispute is resolved. trading before regaining much of the ground extend 25% tariffs to another $325 billion decliners, as many companies in the sector
“China and trade remain the biggest drag it lost. in Chinese imports, covering everything get much of their revenue from China. The
and the biggest overhang for the market,” The Nasdaq composite slid 32.73 points, China ships to the United States. sector slid 0.7%.
said Ben Phillips, chief investment officer or 0.4%, to 7,910.59. The Russell 2000 If the increases take effect as planned, Raw material producers also took heavy
at EventShares. “If there’s not a deal within index of small company stocks gave up Beijing will impose “necessary counter- losses. Real estate stocks, which investors
the next four to six weeks, the market is 4.92 points, or 0.3%, to 1,570.06. measures,” the Commerce Ministry said. It see as a safe-play sector, eked out a slight
going to continue to be under pressure and Major indexes in Europe and Asia also fin- gave no details, but a ministry spokesman gain.
sell off.” ished lower. said Beijing has made “all necessary prepa- Occidental Petroleum tumbled 6.4% after
The S&P 500 fell 8.70 points, or 0.3%, to Bond prices didn’t move much. The yield rations,” suggesting it might be bracing for Chevron pulled out of a potential bidding
2,870.72. The benchmark index has essen- on the 10-year Treasury note held steady at a worsening conflict. war with the company to buy Anadarko.
tially given back all its April gains, though 2.45%. Such moves would mark a sharp escala- Energy companies also fell with the price of
it’s still up 14.5% for the year. The U.S. government has filed plans to tion in the trade dispute that has raised oil, as benchmark U.S. crude dropped 0.7%
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of prices on goods for consumers and compa- to settle at $61.70 per barrel. Brent crude,
138.97 points, or 0.5%, to 25,828.36. It Chinese imports from 10% to 25%. The nies. the international standard, closed essential-
was down nearly 450 points in morning Trump administration has also threatened to Technology stocks were among the big ly flat at $70.39 per barrel.

GoPro reported BioSciences Inc. on Thursday reported a The results fell short of Wall Street
Business briefs loss of $20 million in its first quarter. expectations. The average estimate of five
a loss of $24.4M in 1Q The Redwood City-based company said it analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
enue of $66.8 million in the period, also
SAN MATEO — GoPro Inc. on Thursday surpassing Street forecasts. Four analysts had a loss of 29 cents per share. Research was for a loss of 65 cents per
reported a loss of $24.4 million in its first surveyed by Zacks expected $66.4 million. The results exceeded Wall Street expecta- share.
quarter. Natera expects full-year revenue in the tions. The average estimate of three ana- MyoKardia shares have declined nearly
The San Mateo-based company said it range of $275 million to $302 million. lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment 2% since the beginning of the year. In the
had a loss of 17 cents per share. Losses, Natera shares have climbed 27% since Research was for a loss of 46 cents per final minutes of trading on Thursday,
adjusted for stock option expense and pre- the beginning of the year. In the final min- share. shares hit $47.95, a climb of almost 7% in
tax expenses, came to 7 cents per share. utes of trading on Thursday, shares hit The drug developer posted revenue of the last 12 months.
The results topped Wall Street expecta- $17.74, a climb of 48% in the last 12 $37.1 million in the period, also beating
tions. The average estimate of four ana- months. Street forecasts. Three analysts surveyed Atara Biotherapeutics
lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment by Zacks expected $36.8 million. reported a loss of $66.3M in 1Q
Research was for a loss of 9 cents per CytomX Therapeutics Coherus BioSciences shares have risen
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Atara
share. 78% since the beginning of the year. In the
The action video camera maker posted
reported a loss of $14.1M in 1Q final minutes of trading on Thursday, Biotherapeutics Inc. on Thursday reported
revenue of $242.7 million in the period, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — CytomX shares hit $16.10, a climb of 3% in the last a loss of $66.3 million in its first quarter.
also exceeding Street forecasts. Three ana- Therapeutics Inc. on Thursday reported a 12 months. The South San Francisco-based company
lysts surveyed by Zacks expected $234.5 loss of $14.1 million in its first quarter. said it had a loss of $1.44 per share.
million. On a per-share basis, the South San Guardant Health reported The results exceeded Wall Street expecta-
Francisco-based company said it had a loss tions. The average estimate of three ana-
GoPro shares have climbed 57% since a loss of $26.1M in first quarter lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
the beginning of the year. In the final min- of 31 cents.
utes of trading on Thursday, shares hit The results exceeded Wall Street expecta- REDWOOD CITY — Guardant Health Inc. Research was for a loss of $1.48 per share.
$6.67, a climb of 17% in the last 12 tions. The average estimate of seven ana- on Thursday reported a loss of $26.1 mil- Atara Biotherapeutics shares have
months. lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment lion in its first quarter. decreased slightly more than 1% since the
Research was for a loss of 53 cents per The Redwood City-based company said it beginning of the year. The stock has
Natera reported a share. had a loss of 30 cents per share. declined 13% in the last 12 months.
The biopharmaceutical company posted The results beat Wall Street expecta-
loss of $34.1M in 1Q revenue of $29.5 million in the period, tions. The average estimate of four ana- Cytokinetics reported
SAN CARLOS — Natera Inc. on Thursday also beating Street forecasts. Five analysts lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment a loss of $29.4M in 1Q
reported a loss of $34.1 million in its first surveyed by Zacks expected $13.6 million. Research was for a loss of 35 cents per
quarter. share. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO —
CytomX Therapeutics shares have fallen
On a per-share basis, the San Carlos- The provider of oncology testing servic- Cytokinetics Inc. on Thursday reported a
34% since the beginning of the year. In the
based company said it had a loss of 54 es posted revenue of $36.7 million in the loss of $29.4 million in its first quarter.
final minutes of trading on Thursday,
cents. period, also topping Street forecasts. Four The South San Francisco-based company
shares hit $10.04, a decline of 59% in the
The results topped Wall Street expecta- analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $32.1 said it had a loss of 54 cents per share.
last 12 months.
tions. The average estimate of three ana- million. The biopharmaceutical company posted
lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Coherus BioSciences Guardant Health shares have climbed revenue of $8.5 million in the period.
Research was for a loss of 59 cents per 70% since the beginning of the year. Cytokinetics shares have increased 43%
share.
reported a loss of $20M in 1Q since the beginning of the year. In the
The genetic testing company posted rev- REDWOOD CITY — Coherus Corvus reported final minutes of trading on Thursday,
shares hit $9.03, a climb of slightly more
a loss of $11.6M in 1Q than 1% in the last 12 months.
BURLINGAME — Corvus
Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Thursday reported Kindred Bio reported
a loss of $11.6 million in its first quarter. a loss of $16.1M in 1Q
The Burlingame-based company said it
had a loss of 40 cents per share. BURLINGAME — Kindred Biosciences
In the final minutes of trading on Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $16.1
Thursday, the company’s shares hit $4.11. million in its first quarter.
A year ago, they were trading at $9.70. On a per-share basis, the Burlingame-
based company said it had a loss of 42
MyoKardia reported cents.
The biopharmaceutical company posted
a loss of $37.5M in 1Q revenue of $515,000 in the period.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — MyoKardia Kindred Bio shares have dropped 18%
Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $37.5 since the beginning of the year. In the
million in its first quarter. final minutes of trading on Thursday,
The South San Francisco-based company shares hit $8.97, a decline of 7% in the last
said it had a loss of 93 cents per share. 12 months.
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Friday • May 10, 2019

Carlmont clinches Bay crown


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

With two games and 15 innings


in the books between Carlmont
and Aragon, the story of this
Controversy over
year’s regular-season softball
rivalry between the two Peninsula
Athletic League Bay Division
frontrunners can be summed up in
one word — dogfight.
Scot’s historic hit
By Terry Bernal
Carlmont (12-2 PAL Bay, 16-9 DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
overall) persevered in both games
to sweep the season series, most Is Ashley Trierweiler the new
recently a 12-9 victory Thursday at all-time hits queen of Carlmont
Aragon. With the win, the Lady softball?
Scots clinched the outright Bay You make the call.
Division championship for the A bunted ball between the
second straight year. pitching circle and home plate. A
The Lady Dons (10-4, 18-6) set- speedy left-handed batter dashing
tle for a second-place tie with San TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
down the line. Some wicked
Mateo. A win Thursday would have Carlmont’s Sanni Karhiaho slides into home plate with the go-ahead run
backspin and a bobbled bare-
in the eighth inning of Thursday’s 12-9 win at Aragon to clinch the PAL
handed attempt by the pitcher.
See SCOTS, Page 14 Bay Division championship outright for the second straight year.
The runner is safe at first.
Is it a hit or an error?

Dons finish on top


Carlmont’s leadoff hitter since TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
her freshman season, Trierweiler Carlmont’s Ashley Trierweiler bunts
entered into Thursday’s regular- in the sixth inning on what Carlmont
season finale having amassed recorded as the 195th hit of her
192 career hits. The Carlmont all- career, a new program record.
time record was set in 2000 by rently tied for the program
By Nathan Mollat Janelle Yousef with 194. record. She opened Thursday’s
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF This much we know for certain.
Trierweiler is, at the least, cur- See RECORD, Page 14
The Jeremiah family has a long his-
tory with Aragon baseball. When
Pierson and Josh Jeremiah were play-
ing for the Dons in the mid-to-late
2000s, youngest brother Jace
Jeremiah was a fixture at his older
brother’s games.
More than a decade after Josh
Jeremiah graduated, Jace Jeremiah had
his moment in the spotlight as the
sophomore shortstop helped lead the
Dons to a 9-4 win over Mills and
clinch the Dons’ first Peninsula
Athletic League Ocean Division
championship since 2009.
“The first year we won it … I
thought it’d be like that every year,”
said Aragon manager Lenny Souza,
who was in his second season when
he guided the Dons to a 14-0 Ocean
Division campaign a decade ago.
“It took me a while to learn it’s KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS
tough to do it year in and year out in A Golden State Warriors assistant, right, helps Kevin Durant off the floor
the PAL.” after suffering an injury in the fourth quarter of Game 5. A strained calf
Souza can thank the exploits of muscle will keep the Warriors’ leading scorer out of the rest of the
Jeremiah, who despite being the Houston series.
Dons’ leadoff hitter, was their RBI
man Thursday as he went 3 for 4 with
a pair of two-run doubles.
“I’m excited to win league,”
Strain KOs Durant
Jeremiah said. “We haven’t done it in By Janie McCauley scheduled to be re-evaluated next
10 years.” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS week, meaning if there is a deci-
It was the bottom of the Dons’ order sive Game 7 in the series Sunday
that primed the offense, as No. 8 OAKLAND — The Golden State he would be out of that one as well.
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
Drake Kenneally and No. 9 hitter Warriors will be without postsea- The Warriors lead the series 3-2.
Aragon’s Jace Jeremiah drills his second two-run double during the Dons’ “He’s been the best player in the
See ARAGON, Page 16 9-4 win over Mills, which clinched the PAL Ocean Division title. son scoring leader Kevin Durant as
they try to close out the Houston NBA, in the
Rockets in the Western playoffs. He’s
DQ’d Derby winner owner looking at legal options Conference semifinals.
“Well, we’ll just find somebody
been phenome-
nal, so it’s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS first only to be DQ’d and placed told them it was a “privilege” to on the bench who can give us 35 obviously a
17th for interference in the final participate in horse racing in points and two blocks and 11 huge loss, but
The owners of disqualified turn Saturday. Kentucky. boards and nine assists,” coach our team has a
Kentucky Derby winner Maximum The Wests say Maximum Steve Kerr said once the team lot of confi-
Security’s win “is clearly and con- The couple says they agree, but dence, ” Kerr
Security are evaluating their legal arrived back in Houston on
vincingly supported by actual video that privilege “comes with an obli- said. “They
options after an appeal of the deci- Thursday evening. Steve Kerr
of the race. Those same videos gation for fair, full and transparent trust each other.
sion was denied by the Kentucky An MRI exam Thursday con-
Horse Racing Commission. underscore why Maximum Security treatment by the Commission of its They’ve won
licensees. That did not occur here.” firmed the Warriors’ initial diagno-
Gary and Mary West said in a never should have been disquali- sis of a strained right calf championships together. So we
statement Thursday that they fied.” Meanwhile, stewards at Churchill announced during Wednesday’s come out and we give it our best
believe with “a just and proper hear- It was the first DQ for interference Downs granted Maximum 104-99 win at Oracle Arena. shot, and we try to mix and match
ing of our case Maximum Security by a winner in the Derby’s 145-year Security’s jockey Luis Saez addi- As the Warriors returned to some lineups and find some min-
will be restored as the rightful win- history. tional time to meet with them to Houston for Friday’s Game 6, utes and some contributions where
ner of this year’s Kentucky Derby.” In denying the Wests’ appeal, review video of his ride in the Durant stayed behind in the Bay
The colt crossed the finish line they say the racing commission Derby. Area to undergo treatment. He is See WARRIORS, Page 16
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THURSDAY No. 7 Foothill. It dropped the first game 1-


Local sports roundup 0, but rallied for a 5-4 win in Game 2, taking Reds 3, A’s 0
one run driven in. the series with a 4-2 victory in Game 3.
Baseball
Menlo-Atherton 4, Woodside 2
The Bears topped the Wildcats to finish in
third place in the PAL Ocean Division and
Girls’ lacrosse
Menlo School 11, Menlo-Atherton 10
WEDNESDAY
Boys’ tennis
A’s shut out
secure a spot in the CCS play-in game with
Lake Division champ Jefferson Saturday
morning in Atherton.
Woodside, which finished in a tie with M-
The Knights, the two-time defending
WBAL tournament champ, will go for the
three-peat after holding off the Bears in the
semifinals.
No. 1 Menlo School 5, No. 4 St. Ignatius 2
The Knights moved into the CCS champi-
onship match of the CCS team tournament
by Cincinnati
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A, was knocked out of CCS with the loss, Page Wolfenden and Sophia Scola each with the win over the Wildcats.
losing out to M-A on a tiebreaker. netted hat tricks to pace Menlo. Charlotte Andrei Volgin set the tone at No. 1 sin-
Swisher and Bella Scola each scored a pair gles for Menlo (21-2) with a 6-0, 6-3 victo- OAKLAND — Tanner Roark has been so
Woodside (8-6 PAL Ocean, 15-11 overall) effective since tinkering with his mechanics
took a 1-0 lead with a run in the bottom of for the Knights. ry. Daniel Boudagian earned a break in each
M-A was led by Ally Shaw and Audrey set to post a 6-3, 6-3 win at No. 4 singles. and going with a quicker delivery that the
the first, but M-A (8-6, 11-14) rallied for Cincinnati right-hander realized things were off
two runs in the top of the second. Both Koren, who each scored three times. Lottie Brandon Aprill and Mick Tamas dominated
Plewman added a pair for the Bears. their No. 1 doubles, winning 6-1, 6-1. when he slowed down in the fourth inning.
teams scored a run in the fifth, with M-A It didn’t take long for Roark to speed up again
rounding out the scoring in the top of the Menlo will now take on No. 2 Bellarmine
seventh. College baseball in a rematch of last year’s finals — which and get back on track, setting the tone for
the Knights won 5-2. The Bells beat No. 6 Cincinnati’s first win against an American
John Quinlan drove in a pair of runs to No. 7 San Mateo 3, No. 4 Sacramento City 2 League team this season.
lead the offense for M-A. Kyle Hartmanis The seventh-seeded Bulldogs scored two Menlo-Atherton 6-1 in the semifinals. It
will be the fifth time since 2007 the two Roark and three relievers combined on a six-
picked up an RBI for the Bears as well. runs in top of the ninth to beat the fourth- hitter, Derek Dietrich continued his power surge
Joseph King hit a home run for Woodside, seeded Panthers in Game 1 of their Super will play for the title.
with another home run, his fifth in six games,
but took the loss on the mound. Regional series in Sacramento.
Anthony Flores and Christian Ontai each
Baseball and Cincinnati blanked the OaklandAthletics 3-
0 on Thursday to snap a 10-game interleague
Half Moon Bay 21, Sequoia 1 drove in a run during the game-winning Carlmont 5, Terra Nova 3 losing streak.
The Cougars nabbed the Ocean Division’s rally. Ontai, the CSM leadoff hitter, drove After spotting the Tigers a one-run in the “Tanner came up for us today and went deep
second automatic CCS berth after beating in a pair of runs for the Bulldogs. Flores had top of the first, the Scots scored three in the into the game and really pitched a great game,”
the Ravens and finishing in second place two hit of CSM’s six hits. second to take control on their way to a crucial Reds manager David Bell said. “He was getting
behind Aragon. Nico Zeglin earned the win for CSM, with PAL Bay Division victory. ahead and he was making pitches with two
David Fisher had a big day at the plate, three innings of two-hit relief. Sean Prozell Carlmont (9-4 PAL Bay, 15-10) stayed in a strikes. He was able to put guys away once he
leading a 23-hit attack for HMB (10-4 PAL got the start and he went the first six, allow- first-place tie with Menlo School, which got ahead.”
Ocean, 20-7 overall) by collecting four hits ing two runs on three hits. knocked Burlingame a game back with a 3-2, Roark (3-1) allowed three hits over six
with a pair of doubles and five RBIs. Deuces CSM (31-12) took a 1-0 lead in the third 14-inning win Wednesday. innings and got the A’s to hit into a pair of dou-
were wild for Danny Guevara, who had two on an Ontai sacrifice fly, but Sac City (30- Kevin Shea and Tyler DeSmidt both went 2 ble plays while winning his second consecutive
hits, two RBIs and two runs scored for the 12) used a two-run sixth to take a 2-1 lead. for 3 with an RBI for the Scots, who also got start. Roark walked two, struck out three to
Cougars. The two teams will meet again in Game 2 RBIs from Mateos Melkesian and Ben Fong lower his ERA to 3.27.
at 3 p.m. today in Sacramento. A third game — both on sacrifice flies. That’s significant after Roark scuffled
Softball would be played Saturday, if necessary. The Jason Korjeff improved to 5-0 on the mound through the first month of the season with a
Hillsdale 3, San Mateo 2 winner moves on to the sectional bracket in Bay play, working the into the sixth 4.08 ERA. Since altering his delivery, Roark
The Knights’ three-run third proved to be next week. inning. Jake Robinson relieved him with no has a 1.42 ERA in two May starts.
the difference as they wrapped up the regular outs and a runner at second, but worked his “Working quicker, getting the signs and
season in a with a fourth-place finish in the College softball way out of the jam. He then set the Tigers going has helped out a lot,” Roark said. “I felt
PAL Bay Division. CSM hosts super regional down in order in the seventh to earn the save. myself getting away (from) it in the fourth and
Brianna Santos continued her hot streak After dispatching Solano College in a then I came back in the fifth and I recognized it,
at the plate for Hillsdale (9-5 PAL Bay, 14-7 two-game sweep to extend their winning Boys’ lacrosse which is good. If I focus on my tempo being
overall), going 3 for 4 with a RBI. Kealani streak to 32 games, the top-seeded Bulldogs St. Ignatius 12, Menlo School 7 quicker then I know my delivery’s going to be
Cardona and Caitlin Regan both had two will host College of the Sequoia in a Super The Knights saw their season come to an quicker and it will set me, my pace.”
hits, with Cardona also driving in a run. Regional, best-of-three series beginning at end with the loss to the top-seeded Wildcats in Amir Garrett retired two batters, David
Sofia Eftekhari and Mika Chong also picked 2 p. m. Friday and continuing at noon the semifinals of the WCAL tournament. Hernandez set down four and Raisel Iglesias
up RBIs for the Knights. Saturday. Trailing 3-1 after one quarter, Menlo rallied pitched through a shaky ninth for his seventh
San Mateo (10-4, 15-5 overall) was led by After beating Solano 7-1 in the first to tie the score at 3-all at halftime. St. Ignatius save in nine tries.
Monet Scheller, who homered, doubled and game, CSM (39-2) trailed 1-0 early in Game scored three unanswered in the third and then Iglesias walked Kendrys Morales and gave up
drove in both runs for the Bearcats. 2 before going on to the mercy-rule, 11-1 held off a Menlo rally in the fourth to move a two-out double to Chad Pinder but got Ramon
victory. into the championship match against No. 2 Laureano to foul out, securing Cincinnati’s
Notre Dame-Belmont 13, El Camino 0 Aubrie Businger went 3 for 3 with three Sacred Heart Prep 3:30 Friday in San fourth shutout this season.
The Tigers scored five runs in the first and RBIs and two runs scored in series-clinch- Francisco. Eugenio Suarez homered, doubled twice and
added six more in the fourth as they cruised ing win. Riley Donovan homered and drove Henry Wernikoff led the Knights with a hat made a pair of defensive gems for the Reds. The
to a non-league win over the Colts. in three runs, while Kaylyn Sterling and trick, with Samson Axe adding a pair and Cincinnati third baseman fielded Laureano’s
Ashleigh Dean had a pair of hits and drove Bella Zalba both had two hits apiece. assisting on three others. Ryan Young and sharp grounder down the third base line in the
in two runs to pace the offense for NDB (14- All this offense back sophomore pitcher Finn Leschly rounded out the scoring for third inning then made a leaping throw across
8 overall). Sophia Dinelli had three hits and Emily McAdams, who improved to her Menlo. his body to get the out. In the fourth, Suarez
an RBI for the Tigers as four Tigers finished state-best record of 28-1. Knights’ goaltender did his best to keep his snared Matt Chapman’s liner and doubled up
with two hits and eight players had at least Sequoias (28-14), the 10th seed, upset team in the game, finishing with 16 saves. Jurickson Profar off first base.
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Arenado homers as Rockies outlast Giants Posey on 7-day
By Michael Kelly
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Rockies 12, Giants 11 gled off Austin’s glove to put the Rockies
ahead 11-8.
Both teams scored a run in the eighth and
concussion list
DENVER — Nolan Arenado fought the
snow to hit a home run, thought he had
another one, but he was happy to walk away
the Giants got two more in the ninth off
Wade Davis before he struck out Stephen
Volt for his sixth save.
The Rockies built a 7-0 lead in the second
after helmet hit
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
with a win on a raw day at Coors Field.
Arenado went deep among his three hits inning off starter Derek Holland, who lasted
just 2 2/3 innings. Arenado and Reynolds DENVER — The San Francisco Giants
and Chris Iannetta hit a go-ahead two-run
went back-to-back in the first and Desmond have placed catcher Buster Posey on the
double in the sixth inning to lead the
capped a four-run second with a two-run seven-day concussion list after a foul ball
Colorado Rockies over the San Francisco
homer. hit his helmet on Sunday.
Giants 12-11 on Thursday.
“I thought the weather played a part in it,” Posey said he was hit in the fourth inning
Arenado reached base five times, starting of the game against the Cincinnati Reds. He
with his 10th home run. He was denied his manager Bruce Bochy said of Holland. “He
was without his breaking ball. He didn’t played in Tuesday’s game against the
11th in the second inning when his blast Colorado Rockies.
down the line in left was ruled foul by third RON CHENOY/USA TODAY SPORTS have a feel for it and it’s hard to pitch here
San Francisco’s Tyler Austin is congratulated without it.” “I recall it happening
base umpire Ted Barrett. The call was upheld in Sunday’s game in the
on a crew chief review. following his three-run homer in the sixth. The Giants rallied for five runs — three
earned — off starter Kyle Freeland and tied it fourth inning, ” Posey
“Today was a great day but you want as ing,” Arenado said. “Luckily I was able to said Thursday. “I can’t
many home runs as you can get,” said in the sixth.
barrel that one. It definitely wasn’t fun out remember what batter it
Arenado, who has hit all of his home runs there. It was a long game, we wish we didn’t
since April 14. have that long of a game in that type of
TRAINER’S ROOM was.
“They are going to
“It’s a tough call for Ted, I get it, but I just weather but it was a battle.” Gi ants : LHP Drew Pomeranz was placed take extra time to find
don’t think the ball lands there if it’s foul. I Colorado won despite two home runs and on the 10-day injured list with a lat strain. out how I am. When they
think if it was the other side of the pole it a career-best six RBIs by Giants first base- Pomeranz lasted just 1 2/3 innings in his Buster Posey examined me
lands in the stands but it lands on the man Tyler Austin. He hit a two-run homer in previous outing. San Francisco recalled C (Wednesday) they felt I
stairs.” the third inning and a three-run shot in the Aramis Garcia and Beede. should have felt more normal after three
Ian Desmond and Mark Reynolds also sixth off Bryan Shaw (2-0) to tie the game at days. When you are dealing with the brain,
homered on a cold, sometimes wintry day at eight. UP NEXT you’ve got to be cautious.”
Coors Field. The game took 3 hours, 56 Those were Austin’s first two homers of Gi an t s : RHP Dereck Rodriguez (3-4, It’s Posey’s second time on the concus-
minutes in 40-degree weather. the season. 5. 75) opens a three-game home series sion list. He missed seven games because of
The announced temperature at first pitch “To get the first one out of the way is very against the Cincinnati Reds on Friday a concussion in 2017. Manager Bruce
was 39 degrees and a steady snow fell in the big,” he said. “Hopefully there are many night. Bochy said the team is being more vigilant
first inning. That didn’t stop Arenado and more to come.” Ro cki es : RHP German Marquez (3-2, because Posey has suffered multiple concus-
Reynolds from homering on consecutive Iannetta put Colorado back in front 3.46) makes his fifth home start of the sea- sions in his career.
pitches. against reliever Tyler Beede (0-1) in the son and ninth overall against the San Diego “You look at the history of the player and
“The first at-bat I was having trouble see- sixth, and pinch-hitter Daniel Murphy sin- Padres on Friday night. if there is more than one, you always have a
little concern,” Bochy said. “Buster wants
signed outfielder Gerardo Parra to a one-year to stay on top of this and avoid the risk of
Pujols reaches 2,000 RBIs, Baseball briefs deal Thursday and the left-handed hitter was making this thing worse. Hopefully, that’s
joins Aaron and Rodriguez plishment was recognized on the videoboards available off the bench for the opener of a four- what it is — seven days.”
DETROIT — Albert Pujols is the third play- game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Giants also announced Thursday that
and by the public address announcer.
er with 2,000 career RBIs. To make room on the active roster, outfielder pitcher Drew Pomeranz went on the 10-day
“He’s one of the greatest hitters ever to walk
Pujols hit a solo homer Andrew Stevenson was placed on the 10-day injured list with a strained shoulder.
the planet, without question,” Angels manag-
in the third inning injured list, retroactive to May 7, with back Pomeranz left his start against Cincinnati
er Brad Ausmus said. “For about 10 years, he
Thursday for the Los spasms. The Nationals also designated right- on Monday after allowing seven runs and
was the best. He was the Mike Trout of his
Angeles Angels against hander Jimmy Cordero for assignment to clear a nine hits in 1 2/3 innings. Pomeranz lasted
time. Really, it went from Pujols to (Miguel)
the Detroit Tigers, putting spot on the 40-man roster. just four innings in his previous start and
Cabrera to Trout, but Albert’s body of work is
him in a group with Hank Nationals manager Dave Martinez said the has only pitched into the sixth once this
clearly the best.”
Aaron (2,297) and Alex 32-year-old Parra would start against right- season.
Babe Ruth is credited with 1,992 RBIs in
Rodriguez (2,086). handed pitchers on occasion, while also being a He is 1-4 with a 5.93 ERA in seven starts
his career because baseball’s official records
Detroit left-hander Ryan pinch-hit option. Parra elected to become a free this season.
don’t count the runs the slugger drove in with
Carpenter threw Pujols a agent Tuesday after he was designated for “When you look at the guy’s last two
the Boston Red Sox from 1914 through 1919.
Albert Pujols fastball over the middle of assignment by the San Francisco Giants and starts, it makes sense to give him a 10-day
the plate and he sent the 2- Nationals sign outfielder cleared waivers. break,” Bochy said.
0 pitch deep into the right-field seats. Parra was batting just .198 with one home The Giants recalled catcher Aramis Garcia
Pujols received an ovation by the sparse Gerardo Parra to one-year deal runs and six RBIs in 30 games with the Giants and right-hander Tyler Beede from Triple-A
crowd at Comerica Park, where his accom- LOS ANGELES — The Washington Nationals this season. He’s a career .277 hitter with 80 Sacramento. Garcia was in the starting line-
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SCOTS
Continued from page 11
attempted to bunt for a hit. The drag bunt
popped into the air and hit the ground
between the mound and the plate. Aragon
a walk to Liv DiNardo, Carlmont intention-
ally walked the bases loaded with a free pass
to Grant. Maikaila Tuakoi followed with a
but battled by fouling off three Karhiaho
offerings.
“I was thinking: ‘You better hit the ball.
pitcher Holly Fletcher attempted to bare- sharp grounder to second that saw the Scots You’d better do it for your team. You’ve got
hand it but couldn’t grab it cleanly. second baseman play it safe, taking the sure to get in there and do something,’” Tuakoi
given them a co-championship in the Bay Trierweiler reached base on the play, with out at first base, with Galliano scoring to said.
Division. For Carlmont, though, the out- Aragon’s official home book calling it an make it 7-6. Tuakoi proceeded to put on in play, hit-
right title is an important distinction. error, but Carlmont’s book calling it a hit. “I’m sure [Karhiaho] is  looking to keep ting a pop-fly in back of third base. The
“It’s huge,” Carlmont head coach Marco Yet, that was one of just two innings in stuff down, looking for a groundball, ” infield fly rule was called, but when
Giuliacci said. “That’s one of our goals for the game that Carlmont didn’t score. Giuliacci said. “Looking for a home-to-first Carlmont’s shortstop dropped the ball,
the season is to win league … then obvi- double play. It didn’t quite work out that way Galliano dashed home from third base. A
ously to go on and win CCS.” Bombs away but that’s on everybody’s mind.” Carlmont throw home went to the backstop,
After sweeping through Bay Division Then Cassidy Trizuto tied it up with a sac- allowing DiNardo to score the tying run.
play last season for an undefeated league The Scots scored single runs in the first, “I was a little upset at first but then after I
second and fourth. But Aragon evened the rifice fly to center. After Elisa Jee got hit by
record, Carlmont grinded it out this year. a pitch, Siulolovao delivered a two-run sin- realized what it had done, I was cheering
Both games against the Dons were decided score in the bottom of the fourth on one with my team,” Tuakoi said.
mighty swing by freshman Megan Grant, gle to give the Dons the lead.
in the Scots’ final at-bat, including In the top of the eighth, though,
who launched a three-run home run to left, “We were pretty confident (at that point),”
Thursday’s eighth inning, a three-run rally Carlmont’s mighty offense flipped the
her CCS-leading 12th of the year. Davidson said. “We were like, ‘We’re get-
highlighted by junior Tayler Wise’s go- switch. Again.
The home run cost Aragon in the long run, ting these three outs and we’re going
ahead single. Karhiaho led off with a single. After
though, as Grant was intentionally walked home.’”
But the wild back-and-forth made for one cleanup hitter Eimear Cunningham bunted
of the craziest softball games of the year. It in her final two plate appearances of the her over, Wise drilled an RBI single to cen-
was quite the tone for Aragon’s interim head day. Scots battle back
ter field to give the Scots the lead. Kondo
coach Tricia Davidson, helming her first “She’s a phenomenal hitter,” Giuliacci But Carlmont had other ideas, as the line- then doubled home Wise and Bonetti fol-
varsity game in place of head coach Roger said. “And I didn’t walk her the [previous] up that has batted .339 as a team this year lowed with an RBI single.
Miller, who was attending Notre Dame- time and she hit a three-run homer against showed it can essentially score at will. Karhiaho set down the side in order in the
Belmont softball’s Senior Day, as his us. And … I just wasn’t going to let her beat With one out in the seventh, Wise and bottom of the eighth to close out the win.
daughter Carlee is an NDB senior. us. If the girl behind her beats us, so be it. Kondo socked back-to-back doubles, clos- “I thought she was just as strong (in the
“Our first game against them wasn’t as She wasn’t going to beat us. I take my hat ing the score to 7-6. After a single by Logan eighth) as at the beginning of the game,”
wild but it was definitely a dogfight kind of off to her. She’s an amazing hitter.” Bonetti put runners at the corners, Bonetti Giuliacci said of his starting pitcher. “She
thing,” Davidson said. “So, yeah, this was Carlmont took the lead right back in the swiped second on the pitch before junior gave up quite a bit of runs, they were
by far the craziest.” top of the fifth with some power of its own Andrea Raccioppi drove a towering two-run unearned. … The scoreboard doesn’t reflect
Ashley Trierweiler’s fourth at-bat summed as Amanda Kondo connected for a two-run double to center to give Carlmont the lead. how good of a game she actually pitched.”
up the crazy day. The Carlmont senior blast to center, putting the Scots up 5-3. Raccioppi later scored on an RBI groundout It was fitting Davidson served as interim
entered the day two hits shy of the pro- Scots pitcher Sanni Karhiaho struck out by Trierweiler, giving the Scots a 9-7 head coach on Aragon’s Senior Day. Now a
gram’s all-time hits lead. In her first two at- the side in the bottom of the fifth. The sen- advantage. travel softball coach with the Foster City
bats, the Scots’ leadoff hitter tied the record ior right-hander allowed just four hits on the But in the bottom of the seventh, Aragon Flash, three Aragon players who grew up
— recording a leadoff triple in the first day while fanning 12, a new career high. benefitted by the craziest play of the crazy playing for the Flash — Trizuto, Kayleigh
inning and a single in the second — giving But in the bottom of the sixth, Aragon game to tie it up. After Galliano reached on Puchinelli and Lindsey Stevens — were
her 194 career hits, tying the Carmont needed just two hits to generate a four-run an error, DiNardo walked and, once again, honored in Thursday’s Senior Day pregame
record set by Janelle Yousef in 2000. rally, taking a 7-5 lead. Shannon Galliano Grant was walked intentionally to load the ceremony.

“We know how much speed she has and If it’s a hit, it is No. 195 of Trierweiler’s Carlmont were likely recorded by Carlmont

RECORD she easily beats that out,” Carlmont head


coach Marco Giuliacci said. “I think it’s a
hit. The girl bobbled it. But she still beat it
career, making her the outright Carlmont
hit queen. If it’s an error, she needs one
more, which she can still accrue in the
scorekeepers, regardless of home or away
games. And Trierweiler’s career hits total is
cataloged on MaxPreps. com, with the
Continued from page 11 out.” Central Coast Section playoffs. results there uploaded by Carlmont, using
Aragon interim head coach Trisha But whose call is it ultimately? Carlmont’s scorebook, regardless of games
Davidson saw it differently. According to NCAA softball rule 4.6: The being home or away.
12-9 win at Aragon with two hits in her first “I would say error because I think if host team … shall appoint and identify (at With Thursday’s win, Carlmont clinched
two at-bats — a scorched triple that one- [pitcher Holly Fletcher] grabbed that — the the pregame meeting) an official scorer for the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division
hopped the right-field wall in the first ball was spinning a lot — if she had gotten each game. The official scorer shall … championship outright. The Scots now
inning, followed by a groundball with eyes a good grab on that, I think she would have [h]ave sole authority to make all decisions move on to the CCS playoffs, where at
through the right side of the infield in the gotten her out,” Davidson said. involving scoring judgment. The scorer Sunday’s meeting they will likely be allot-
second. For the record, Jamie Trierweiler — shall be objective and shall score for both ted their third straight bid to the Open
After the left-handed hitting Trierweiler Ashley Trierweiler’s mother — said she teams in a similar manner. Division tournament.
produced a sacrifice bunt in the fourth, the deferred to Carlmont’s coaching staff before High school scorekeeping is not an exact “We’re Carlmont,” Giuliacci said. “We
sixth-inning at-bat was interpreted two dif- recording it as a hit. Tuakoi, on the other science though. And, while Aragon, as the belong in Open Division.”
ferent ways: as a hit by Carlmont’s official hand, has been working as Aragon’s official home team, reports statistics to the league Postseason games do count toward a play-
scorekeeper Jamie Trierweiler, and as an scorer for three years and said, definitively, office, statistics — historically speaking er’s statistics, so any hit Trierweiler gets
error by Aragon’s official scorekeeper she was not going to change scoring the — have been cataloged differently from will put her over the top as the program’s
Marianne Tuakoi. play as an error. team to team. Yusef’s 194 career hits for undisputed all-time hits leader.
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Comebacks the new norm in the Champions League
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS play develop, because a goal can be disal-
lowed later. Officials want to avoid wrongly
Ajax’s disconsolate players collapsed to stopping promising attacks which means
the ground and pressed their faces into the more goal-scoring chances can be created.
turf. The night before, Barcelona’s startled Video review has encouraged awarding
players looked at each other in pure disbe- penalties — in part because slow motion
lief , wondering what exactly had happened. magnifies any incident — and defenders
Two Champions League semifinal match- seem more hesitant in the penalty area.
es, two three-goal leads squandered. It adds up to more goal-scoring chances
Astonishing comebacks are becoming and confidence to chase down a lead.
the new norm in Europe’s top club competi-
tion. PRESSING PLAY
The phenomenon truly started two years The slow, methodical play from defense
ago, when Barcelona recovered from a 4-0 that seemed key to European success decades
loss to Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg ago belongs in a museum.
of the last 16 by winning the return 6-1. A typically old-school team has not won
That surpassed the previous best second-leg the Champions League since Inter Milan in
comeback in Champions League history 2010.
from 12 years earlier, which saw Deportivo UEFA’s technical analysis of the last sea-
La Coruna fight back from three goals son’s Champions League calls the modern
behind to eliminate AC Milan. way of harassing defenders close to their
Barcelona has been on the receiving end own goal “the Guardiola effect.”
the past two years, however. If blowing a 4- Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp’s “heavy
1 first-leg advantage by then losing 3-0 at metal” brand also stresses quick recovery of
Roma in last season’s quarterfinals wasn’t the ball and fast-break attacks.
bad enough, Barca lost 4-0 to Liverpool on REUTERS Defenders make more errors in more dan-
Tuesday after opening their semifinal with a Liverpool players celebrate the goal that sent it into the Champions League. Needing three gerous positions, so teams know they can
3-0 first-leg win. goals to tie Barcelona, Liverpool scored four. score at a faster rate.
Inspired by its English rival, Tottenham UEFA noted last season that “50% of
fought back a day later from a 3-0 aggregate 28 games in the knockout stage — 3.17 a spend practicing defending? More to the goals were scored as a result of ball-winning
deficit against Ajax to score three second- game. point, why would they when many of their in the attacking third.”
half goals — the last coming in the sixth Barcelona is now a victim of a phenome- games, domestically and in Europe, are so Those three-goal leads look less secure.
minute of stoppage time — to advance on non it might have created. The fearless, one-sided given the gulf in finances
away goals . attacking style in its stellar 2006-11 era of between soccer’s rich and poor? NEVER SAY DIE
Clearly, this never-say-die spirit is three European titles has been imitated by
becoming contagious amid a spirit of many teams since. RULES CHANGES Players can believe in the art of the possi-
Attack is now the best form of defense. ble. And because comebacks happened
adventure and chaos swirling through the It’s the law. There are just 17 sections in before, they can happen again.
Champions League. And look what is happening as a result. the Laws of the Game which govern soccer It is no coincidence that English teams,
But where has this come from? but they can be modified each year. Changes
LOST ART OF DEFENDING usually help attacking play.
including Manchester United at Paris Saint-
Germain in the round of 16, have completed
ATTACK, ATTACK, ATTACK Where are those warrior defenders of old, Ankle injuries which ended the career of so many comebacks.
Put simply, more goals are being scored the ones who loved nothing more than the great Netherlands, Ajax and AC Milan British soccer is famed for a fighting spir-
in this Champions League era, increasing backs-to-the-wall efforts? forward Marco van Basten at age 28 are cited it demanded by fans who often value pas-
the likelihood of a comeback and making There are exceptions, of course — as inspiring the move to protect creative sion over technique.
teams who are trailing believe all is not Giorgio Chiellini of Juventus and Virgil van players in the 1990s. Tackles from behind English Premier League teams, wealthier
lost. Dijk of Liverpool. But defending seems to were punished more quickly and severely. than most European rivals, now have a
In last season’s competition, there were be a lost art of soccer. Sliding tackles or with studs raised are now feared blend: imported coaches and players
401 goals at an average of 3.2 per game — Full backs are now largely a key outlet in rarer. with global soccer smarts operating in their
rising to 3.6 per game in the knockout a team’s attack. Many center backs are cul- Constantly adapting the offside law has adopted country’s fast, aggressive style.
stage. It was the highest total since the tured passers rather than obdurate stoppers helped attackers — a trend accelerated by Even Barcelona could not cope with a
tournament’s rebrand from the European — see Aymeric Laporte at Manchester City video review, which was introduced in the Liverpool team lacking key players yet
Cup in 1992. and Clement Lenglet at Barcelona. Champions League round of 16 in February. roared on by an intimidating Anfield crowd.
This season, there have been 89 goals in How much time do top European teams Offside flags are raised less often, letting Anything seemed possible.
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Warriors at Rockets,
Game 6, 6 p.m. Friday ARAGON
Continued from page 11
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Golden State Warriors (57-25, first in the Thomas Calvo were on base ahead of both of
Western Conference during the regular season) Jeremiah’s RBI hits. Kenneally and Calvo drew
vs. Houston Rockets (53-29, fourth in the back-to-back walks to open the bottom of the
Western Conference during the regular sea- second to bring up Jeremiah. He had singled,
son). Golden State leads series 3-2 stole second, took third on a wild pitch and
Bo tto m l i ne: The Golden State Warriors scored in the first inning and worked a 3-1 count
visit the Houston Rockets in the Western in the second before squaring up a ball and send-
Conference second round with a 3-2 lead in the ing it to right-center field to chase home both
series. The Warriors won the previous matchup runners.
104-99. Klay Thompson scored 27 points to Kenneally and Calvo were on base ahead of
help lead Golden State to the victory and Jeremiah again in the third — on a single and
James Harden scored 31 points in defeat for hit by pitch, respectively. This time, Jeremiah
Houston. took a 1-1 pitch and drove it into the right-cen-
The Rockets are 31-10 on their home court. ter gap, sliding safely into second, popping up
Houston averages 42.1 rebounds per game and clapping his hands. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
is 25-2 when winning the rebound battle. “We’ve been waiting for Jace to get here for a Mills’ James Gayer slides safely into third with a first-inning triple. He would come in to score
The Warriors are 35-17 in conference play. long time,” Souza said. on a Rion Leung single.
Golden State averages 46.2 rebounds per game Jeremiah’s intimate knowledge of the winds
and is 33-7 when out-rebounding opponents. and tendencies of Aragon’s field helped him in rifice fly to left, as Aragon left fielder Conor tom of the third. Mukai drew a walk to lead off
To p perfo rmers : Clint Capela leads the his at-bats, he said. Hourigan made an over-the-shoulder catch with the inning, with courtesy runner Alika Woon
Rockets with 12.7 rebounds and averages 16.6 “Just go right-center,” Jeremiah said. “The his back to the infield. stealing second and scoring on Kenneally’s
points. Harden has averaged 31.3 points and wind pushes the ball that way anyway.” Alvarez, thinking the ball would drop, was two-out single to give Aragon a 5-4 lead. After
totaled 6.7 rebounds while shooting 41.4 per- Jeremiah had half of Aragon’s six hits, but the halfway to third when the ball was caught. On Calvo was hit by a pitch, Jeremiah stroked his
cent over the last 10 games for Houston. Dons also took advantage of seven walks and his way back to first, he missed second base, second two-run double to put the Dons up 7-4.
Stephen Curry leads the Warriors averaging two hit batters. Evan Donath had the other big however. The Dons appealed the play and he Donath’s two-run double in the sixth extend-
27.3 points and has added 5.4 rebounds and day offensively for Dons as the senior designat- was ruled out and the second run was wiped off ed Aragon’s lead to 9-4.
5.2 assists per game. Kevin Durant has aver- ed hitter drove in three runs with a sacrifice fly the board. Cam Grant, Aragon’s four-year centerfielder,
aged 35.3 points and added 5.3 rebounds while in the first while his double in the sixth drove in The Dons responded with two runs in the bot- said the team felt some pressure with the expec-
shooting 52.1 percent over the last 10 games a pair of insurance runs. tom of the first on a bases-loaded walk to Matt tation of sweeping Mills this week.
for Golden State. Aragon (11-3 PAL Ocean, 19-5 overall) need- Mukai and a sacrifice fly from Donath. “But once we get on the field … it’s just
Duri ng the pl ay o ffs : Warri o rs : ed all the offense it could get because despite Jeremiah’s double in the second pushed another ball game,” Grant said.
Averaging 118.1 points, 43.6 rebounds, 28.5 going winless in Ocean Division play, Mills Aragon’s lead to 4-1, but Mills rallied for three In addition to being the Dons’ first PAL divi-
assists, 7.0 steals and 5.6 blocks per game did not mail it in Thursday. The Vikings actually runs in the top of the third to tie it. Gayer sion title in 10 years, it is also their first Central
while shooting 48.6 percent from the field. took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first when James reached on an infield hit and went to third on an Coast Section appearance since 2015, when
Their opponents have averaged 112.2 points Gayer drilled a triple to straightaway centerfield errant pickoff throw that sailed out of bounds. they finished second in the Ocean Division.
on 44.7 percent shooting. with one out and scored on a Rion Leung single He came in to score on a Leung single. “I feel there are other teams (I’ve had) who
Ro ckets : Averaging 108.1 points, 43.2 to center. Nick Alvarez followed and hit a hot Alvarez followed with a double to out runners on could have done it (make CCS),” Souza said.
rebounds, 18.0 assists, 8.5 steals and 5.5 shot off the third baseman’s glove to reach on second and third and Baugh drove in Leung with “But it’s hard to do.”
blocks per game while shooting 44.1 percent an error. a groundout, followed by an RBI single from For Grant, it’s the realization of a goal he set
from the field. Their opponents have averaged The Vikings plated a second run when cleanup Kobe Fowler. as a freshman.
104.1 points on 43.3 percent shooting. hitter Sean Baugh hit what appeared to be a sac- But Aragon took the lead for good in the bot- “Four years in the making,” Grant said.

“It’s a tough injury, ” teammate Klay Green or Thompson in big games before. “It’s hard to remove yourself from think-
WARRIORS
Continued from page 11
Thompson said. “We’ll have to collectively
make up for what he does. We’ve done it
before. It’s going to be incredibly difficult.
The Warriors coaching staff planned to use
the flight to reconfigure rotations for Game
6 without Durant, and Kerr said, “I have a
ing about your teammate and your brother as
he’s back in the locker room getting
checked out. But we were able to lock back
It’s the playoffs. I know they’re not going pretty good feeling for it, but I’m not about in and just find a way to win the game. Now
to feel sorry for us, the media, the fans. It to share it with you or anybody else other we can regroup and understand whatever the
we haven’t had them so far in this series. will be a gut check time. We go down there than our team.” situation is going forward.”
Guys will get opportunities who haven’t and give it our best effort. That’s all we can “Any time you see something like that,
had an opportunity yet. It’ll be a little dif- do. If we do that, I have confidence every Kevon Looney will certainly play more
it’s scary,” Curry said after the game. “You minutes as he did Wednesday. The big man
ferent. But no reason why we can’t go get a man on this team will step up in his could see the look on his face. He didn’t
win.” absence. We wish him a speedy recovery grabbed nine rebounds, five on the offen-
really understand what was happening in sive glass, to provide a big boost off the
Durant limped to the locker room after because we’re not the same team without that moment, trying to figure it out, went
landing awkwardly on his right foot follow- him.” bench.
straight back to the locker room. During the
ing a baseline jumper with 2:11 left in the Durant, who leads all postseason scorers timeout, we all looked at each other. There “We’re still really positive, ” Looney
third quarter Wednesday. at 34.2 points per game, finished with 22 were a couple smiles in terms of what that said. “Our team’s been battle-tested, we’ve
The Warriors initially feared the two-time points, five rebounds and four assists in 32 meant for us as a team, the guys that were had to play without key guys before so
reigning NBA Finals MVP might have minutes. going to need to step up in those moments. whatever happens, happens. We’re ready
injured his Achilles, a far more serious Golden State has been without injured Again, next-man-up mentality. Draymond and we’re confident that we have enough to
issue. stars like Durant, Stephen Curry, Draymond said that at some point during that timeout. win.”

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Butler goes for 25, 76ers force Game 7 with Raptors
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Butler and All-Star guard Ben Raptors crushed the Sixers by 36 in offseason.
76ers 112, Raptors 101 Simmons. Simmons broke through Game 5.
and scored 21 points — more than Butler, disgruntled in Minnesota
PHILADELPHIA — Jimmy Butler plus points in Embiid had a burst of energy late before he was traded to Philadelphia
lived up to his Jimmy Buckets nick- the first four his combined total of Games 4 and 5 in the third when he blocked a driv-
— and helped show the Sixers still in November, scored 19 points in
name to help Philadelphia force a games in the ing Leonard, and Simmons capital- the half and all of them seemed wor-
seventh game against Toronto in the series, was final- had some fight after a brutal Game 5 ized with a basket for an 18-point
loss. thy of the highlight reel. He took a
Eastern Conference semifinals, hit- ly tied up early cushion. Embiid had 17 points and bit of a trick shot when he rebounded
ting them in bunches and scoring 25 by the Sixers and “It was amazing focus. Everybody 12 rebounds in 35 minutes. his own missed jumper and was
points in the 76ers’ 112-101 victory hit 29 points was locked in,” Simmons said. “We Embiid didn’t do much early in fouled by Kyle Lowry on an off-bal-
over the Raptors on Thursday night. well after the knew what was at stake.” Game 6, but Butler and Simmons ance attempt. The basket was good
Game 7 is Sunday night in game was out of Joel Embiid had played through a built some needed separation. and so was the free throw. Butler
Toronto. The Milwaukee Bucks Jimmy Butler hand. bad left knee and a stomach bug for Butler about did it all, and showed stole the ball from Leonard and
await the winner. Leonard and most of the playoffs and the entire in the first half why the free agent capped the half with a fast-break
Kawhi Leonard, who scored 30- the Raptors had no answers for team had reason to be ill after the will command a max contract in the dunk for a 58-43 lead.

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE SHARKS PLAYOFF GLANCE


Blazers take Game 6
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
East Division
W L Pct GB
East Division
W L Pct GB
FIRST ROUND
San Jose 4, Vegas 3
Blazers 119, Nuggets 108 Tampa Bay 23 13 .639 — Philadelphia 21 15 .583 —
Wednesday, April 10: San Jose 5, Vegas 2
Friday, April 12: Vegas 5, San Jose 3
New York 22 15 .595 1 1/2 Atlanta 18 20 .474 4 Sunday, April 14: Vegas 6, San Jose 3
PORTLAND, Ore. — Damian
Lillard had 32 points, including while Jamal Murray added 24 Boston 19 19 .500 5 New York 17 20 .459 4 1/2 Tuesday, April 16: Vegas 5, San Jose 0
Thursday, April 18: San Jose 5, Vegas 2
17 in the third quarter, and the points and 10 rebounds. Toronto 15 22 .405 8 1/2 Washington 15 22 .405 6 1/2
Sunday, April 21: San Jose 2, Vegas 1, 2OT
Portland Trail Blazers staved off Seth Curry’s 3-pointer gave the Baltimore 13 24 .351 10 1/2 Miami 10 27 .270 11 1/2 Tuesday, April 23: San Jose 5, Vegas 4, OT
elimination to force a decisive Blazers a 101-88 lead with 7:24
Central Division CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
Game 7 in their series with Denver left. Things got heated midway Central Division
San Jose 4, Colorado 3
through the final period after W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2
with a 119-108 victory on Chicago 22 13 .629 —
Thursday night. Jokic was called for an offensive Minnesota 23 12 .657 — Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, San Jose 3
Cleveland 20 16 .556 3 1/2 Milwaukee 23 16 .590 1 Tuesday, April 30: San Jose 4, Colorado 2
The Nuggets head home with a foul and the players got into a Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0
Detroit 16 18 .471 6 1/2 St. Louis 22 16 .579 1 1/2
chance to make it to the Western shoving match and had to be sepa- Saturday, May 4: San Jose 2, Colorado 1
Chicago 16 20 .444 7 1/2 Pittsburgh 17 17 .500 4 1/2 Monday, May 6: Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OT
Conference finals for the first time rated. After a review, there were
Kansas City 13 25 .342 11 1/2 Cincinnati 16 22 .421 7 1/2 Wednesday, May 8: San Jose 3, Colorado 2
since 2009. Denver has been to offsetting technicals involving
the conference finals three times Denver’s Will Barton and Torrey West Division
WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS
West Division St. Louis vs. San Jose
in franchise history. Craig, and Curry and Zach Collins W L Pct GB
W L Pct GB Saturday, May 11: St. Louis at San Jose, 5 p.m.
The winner of Sunday’s game for Portland. Los Angeles 25 15 .625 — Monday, May 13: St. Louis at San Jose, 6 p.m.
Houston 23 15 .605 —
will face the winner of the series Lillard hit an off-balance jumper Arizona 22 16 .579 2 Wednesday, May 15: San Jose at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Seattle 20 20 .500 4 Friday, May 17: San Jose at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
between the Golden State Warriors that put Portland up 106-93. The San Diego 21 17 .553 3
Texas 17 18 .486 4 1/2 x-Sunday, May 19: St. Louis at San Jose, noon
and the Houston Rockets. The Nuggets got within 113-103 with Colorado 17 20 .459 6 1/2 x-Tuesday, May 21: San Jose at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Los Angeles 17 20 .459 5 1/2
defending NBA champion Warriors 1:04 left, but Craig and Jokic A’s 17 22 .436 6 1/2 Giants 16 21 .432 7 1/2 x-Thursday, May 23: St. Louis at San Jose, 6 p.m.
have a 3-2 advantage in the series fouled out and Portland closed out
after a 104-99 victory on the win. Wednesday’s Games Thursday’s Games WARRIORS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
Wednesday night. Game 6 is set The Nuggets were in this situa- Cleveland 5,ChicagoWhite Sox 0,5 innings
Chicago Cubs 4, Miami 1
tion before: They lost on the road Colorado 12, San Francisco 11 Warriors 4, L.A. Clippers 2
for Friday in Houston. L.A.Angels 13,Detroit 0 Saturday, April 13: Warriors 121, L.A. Clippers 104
CJ McCollum added 30 points to San Antonio in Game 6 in the Cincinnati 3,Oakland 0
Cincinnati 3, Oakland 0
Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Warriors 131
for the Blazers, who haven’t opening round, forcing that series N.Y.Yankees 3,Seattle 1
St. Louis 17, Pittsburgh 4
Thursday, April 18: Warriors 132, Clippers 105
advanced to the conference finals to return to Denver for the deciding Houston 4,Texas 2
Arizona 3, Atlanta 2, 10 innings Sunday, April 21: Warriors 113, Clippers 105
since the 2000 playoffs. Rodney game. Friday’s Games
Washington 6, L.A. Dodgers 0 x-Wednesday, April 24: Clippers 129, Warriors 121
After Portland won the quadru- Friday’s Games x-Friday, April 26: Warriors 129, Clippers 110
Hood came off the bench with a L.A.Angels (Cahill 1-3) at Baltimore (Straily 1-2),4:05 p.m. Milwaukee(Gonzalez0-0)atCubs(Quintana4-1),11:20a.m.
career playoff-high 25 points and ple-overtime marathon of Game 3, White Sox (Covey 0-1) atToronto (Buchholz 0-2),4:07 p.m. Miami (Lopez 2-4) at Mets (Wheeler 2-2), 4:10 p.m. Warriors 3, Houston 2
fans at the Moda Center drowned Denver beat Portland at home to Yankees (German 6-1) atTampa (Glasnow 6-0),4:10 p.m. Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100
even the series. Then Paul Millsap Philadelphia (Arrieta 4-2) at KC (Bailey 3-3), 5:15 p.m.
out his postgame on-court inter- Seattle (Swanson 1-3) at Boston (Rodriguez 3-2),4:10 p.m. Pitt (Williams 1-1) at St.Louis (Wainwright 3-3),5:15 p.m.
Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109
view by chanting “Rodney! had 24 points to spark Denver’s Detroit (Ross 1-4) at Minnesota (Odorizzi 4-2),5:10 p.m.
Saturday, May 4: Houston 126, Warriors 121, OT
SD (Lauer 2-3) at Colorado (Marquez 3-2), 5:40 p.m.
Rodney!” 124-98 blowout of the Blazers on Texas (Lynn 4-2) at Houston (Verlander 5-1),5:10 p.m.
Monday, May 6: Houston 112, Warriors 108
Atlanta (Teheran 2-4) at Arizona (Greinke 5-1),6:40 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 8: Warriors 104, Houston 99
Nikola Jokic led the Nuggets Tuesday night — and put Portland Philadelphia (Arrieta 4-2) at KC (Bailey 3-3),5:15 p.m. Washington(Sanchez0-5)atDodgers(Maeda3-2),7:10p.m. x-Friday, May 10: Golden State at Houston, 6 p.m.
with 29 points and 12 rebounds, on the verge of elimination. Cleveland (Anderson 0-1) at A’s (Montas 4-2),6:37 p.m. Cincy (Castillo 3-1) at Giants (Rodriguez 3-4),7:15 p.m. x-Sunday,May 12:Houston at Golden State,12:30 p.m.
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dollars from January. ing expanding preschool programs and


Facebook co-founder Hughes NEWSOM He had already called for putting half
a billion dollars into a tax credit pro-
spending more on teacher training. In
total, Newsom said about 45 percent of
says time to break up company Continued from page 1
gram for building low income housing.
More broadly, Newsom’s budget
state spending will go to public educa-
tion.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS aimed at addressing California’s high Democratic Assemblyman Phil Ting,
for young immigrants living in the cost of living by spending $1.2 billion who chairs the budget committee, said
Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes says it’s time to break country illegally and a tax credit for more to increase a tax credit for work- the budget must invest in the state’s
up the social media behemoth. working families. ing families with young children from social infrastructure.
In a New York Times opinion piece While homelessness in America has $200 to $1,000. “At a time of unparalleled prosperity
published Thursday, Hughes said CEO declined by 13 percent since 2010, it “We call it a cost-of-living refund. in our state, nearly 20% of Californians
Mark Zuckerberg has turned Facebook has jumped by 9 percent in California Others will call it a tax cut,” Newsom live in poverty and millions more are
into an innovation-suffocating monop- during the same time period, driven in said. living right on the edge,” he said.
oly. part by a lack of housing and soaring Newsom’s budget announcement Republicans criticized Newsom for
Hughes called Zuckerberg’s power rental and home costs. kicks off negotiations with lawmakers, including new taxes that would pay for
“unprecedented and un-American” and Newsom’s spending plan gives $650 who must pass a budget by June 15 or clean drinking water in rural areas and
million to local governments to build lose their pay. California’s projected bolster the state’s 911 emergency sys-
said his co-founder’s focus on growth shelters, offer rental assistance and revenue grew by $4.5 billion since tem.
“led him to sacrifice security and civility convert hotels and motels to temporary January after state officials collected “We already have the revenue to do
Chris Hughes for clicks.” or permanent housing. The state’s 13 more individual income taxes in April those things without increasing taxes,”
Hughes roomed with Zuckerberg at largest cities would get $275 million, than they had planned. Assembly Budget Committee vice
Harvard and left Facebook in 2007 to campaign for Barack and the counties would get $275 mil- But Newsom said he’s “feeling anxi- chairman Jay Obernolte said.
Obama. Hughes said he no longer has any ownership in lion. The rest would go to community ety” about the next recession, which he But others praised Newsom’s budget
Facebook or any other social media company. organizations. said could cost the state $70 billion in for its commitment to spending on the
“I feel a sense of anger and responsibility,” he wrote, “Being on the streets, living in cars revenue and lead to a deficit of $40 bil- homeless. They included Fresno Mayor
lamenting the company’s “slow response to Russian and other uninhabitable places is not lion over three years. That’s why he Lee Brand, who said Newsom’s $650
agents, violent rhetoric and fake news.” acceptable. We need those immediate wants to spend $15 billion to pay down million in aid to local governments was
Facebook has been under fire for an ever-expanding list of dollars to get out and deal with that,” debt and fill the state’s reserves. “very encouraging.”
privacy and security lapses and for endangering democracy said Anya Lawler, policy advocate for It’s a message that echoes his prede- The issue is personal for Brand, who
by failing to effectively combat the proliferation of misin- the Western Center on Law and Poverty. cessor, fellow Democrat Jerry Brown, said his daughter was homeless for sev-
formation and hate speech by extremist groups. Newsom is also calling for a fresh who prioritized saving money in antic- eral years while battling drug addiction.
$20 million to provide legal assistance ipation of a coming economic down- He said she has now turned her life
to people facing eviction or in disputes turn that could wipe out tens of millions around and lives drug-free in Indiana,
with landlords and another $40 million of dollars in state revenue. where she has a job in manufacturing.
that would help the state’s public col- “The headwinds are real,” Newsom “I learned don’t give up on people,”
leges and universities aid homeless stu- said. he said. “You see people out there, they
dents. His total spending on homeless- Still, Newsom’s proposal spends sig- all were at one time sons and daugh-
ness is up by several hundred million nificantly on public education, includ- ters.”
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Ryan Reynolds on ‘Pikachu’ and


the future of ‘Deadpool’ series
By Jake Coyle be the wacky neighbor on a Reynolds’ own powers of (Justice Smith) search for his
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sitcom,” Reynolds says. “It motor-mouthed sarcasm. missing father, Pikachu’s for-
took a much different path.” In “Pokemon Detective mer partner.
NEW YORK — Ryan Against his own expecta- Pikachu,” in theaters Friday, In an interview, Reynolds
Reynolds once envisioned tions, Reynolds has emerged Reynolds uses his sharp- discussed his Pokemon trans-
himself, best-case scenario, as one of Hollywood’s top tongued talents for good — or formation.
as Wilson on “Home movie stars, thanks in large at least, for a more cuddly, AP: You’ve voiced charac-
Improvement” or Mr. Furley part to the runaway success of family-friendly movie. ters in a number of films,
on “Three’s Company.” his two “Deadpool” movies, Reynolds voices the title including “The Croods”
“When I started in this busi- R-rated wise-cracking films character, a Pokemon who and “Turbo,” but on
ness, my highest goal was to that seemed to unlock helps a 21-year-old man See REYNOLDS, Page 22
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sit-down cafe that becomes a full-service
dinner restaurant most evenings.  
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order, former San Francisco 49ers quarter-
back Steve Young, and former California
governor Arnold Schwarzenegger whose
Copenhagen is either closing or was sold, bodyguard is Danish.
Nielsen said neither are true. It’s known that presidents would order
business, either as butchers or in the pro- cakes are made for all occasions, including from Air Force One and the crown prince of
“Business is doing OK and we’re hanging
duce industry. In Denmark, the family made weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, bap- Denmark has visited.
in there,” he said.
fish balls, pickles and open-faced sand- tisms and communions. The bakery “The crown prince has come in with his
wiches.” Patrons can order food to-go from either employs two artists who make the cakes
the bakery or lunch counter, while eat-in bodyguards about four or five times, ”
The pair moved to the U.S. as children in and they can make a 3D design. Nielsen said.
the late 1950s and were struck by how breakfast and lunch is self-service. Dinner “Our most popular kids cake right now is
is a traditional, complete dining experi-
Burlingame reminded the brothers of the
ence from Wednesday through Sunday from
the unicorn cake with horns, the mane and ‘A family’ of loyal employees
village feel of their native Denmark.  ears,” said Kachhi. “People bring in pic-
In 1977, Ralf bought the Francis Pastry 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. tures.” Elsa Cabrera, a 17-year deli department
Shop from the previous owners who taught The Swedish Princess Cake has the most staffer, started as a cashier and finds it a fun
him their recipes over the next year. Soon, Most popular cakes sales. It is a sponge cake made with rasp- place to work.
the brothers added their own family recipes and other ‘famous’ items berry jam, custard and whipped cream and “We have almost the same customers
to the lunch menu and the Copenhagen topped with green marzipan. The cake is every day so we know what they want. We
Some of the most popular items served at start getting the food out when we see them
Bakery & Cafe was born. When Ralf enlist- green because the Swedish princess’
the Copenhagen Bakery are the meatloaf, coming,” Cabrera said.
ed his brother Ben to come work for him favorite color was green.
which is made daily, the open-faced sand- Millbrae residents John and Barbara
rebuilding the bakery and adding new coun-
wiches and their famous Chinese Chicken Nevin eat at Copenhagen twice a week and
ters, the transition was complete. Through fads to feeding loyal customers
Salad.  even come for dinner service, too. Some of
“I came to work for Ralf by accident and Over the years, the business has weath-
once we learned the recipes from the previ- The most popular morning bakery item ered different food fads. The owner attrib- their favorite items are found in the bakery,
ous owners, it became a melding of the is the chocolate chip coffee cake. Another utes their longevity to not succumbing to including the Irish soda bread, pastries,
two,” Ben Nielsen said. huge favorite is the traditional Danish, the food crazes that have come and gone cookies and cinnamon rolls.
which is different than a classic American over the years. “They keep it clean and he’s got wonder-
Food fare expands to pastry. “There was the muffin mania, the bagel, ful employees here who are all very friend-
“Our Danish is lighter, flakier, has the croissant trend and the cupcake craze,” ly,” John said.
meet community needs smaller pieces and it’s made with a layered Some bakers, chefs and even sandwich
said Nielsen.
They served lunches and pastries to their dough similar to puff pastry,” Nielsen said. Yet, all the while, loyal customers kept makers have worked at Copenhagen for
growing customer base and found that they Before long, the brothers found success coming back for the family atmosphere at decades. Current chef Jody Goens is only
soon needed more room to increase their with their unique custom cakes. Wedding Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe, the good food the second person to handle the ever-popu-
capacity. In 1983, with lunch service cakes in Denmark are made much different- and custom cake creations. lar dinner service.
doing well, they added more space by ly than American wedding cakes. In “The food nourishes the body and mind; “Longevity is important to us, ” said
enlarging the business when Morning Denmark, wedding cakes are made in a ring it makes me feel comfortable and there’s Nielson. “It sounds corny, but a happy
Glory, the previous tenant next door, called “kransekage” or “krans” for ring and something for everybody, ” said Mark worker means a happy environment.”
decided to move. “kage” for cake. The rings become smaller Johnson, a real estate broker and 35-year
With just a few outdoor seats, and the as you go up and flags are added into the customer who grew up in the area. Copenhagen Bak ery & Cafe is located at
city of Burlingame extending the side- sides to represent the union of the two wed- Johnson eats at Copenhagen about five 1216 Burlingame Av e. in Burlingame.
walks, the brothers expanded their foot- ding parties. times a week, including dinners about once Dinner is serv ed Wednesday through
print a third time in the late 1990s while The cake department has been run for a month. Sunday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Call (650) 344-
adding dinner, breakfast and more outdoor more than 20 years by Elizabeth Kachhi, Some notable customers include John 4937 or go to copenhagenbak ery.com for
seating. Today, the Copenhagen Bakery & who hails from Switzerland. The custom more information.

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REYNOLDS
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“Detecti v e Pi kachu, ” y o u al s o crafted


the character thro ug h faci al mo ti o n
capture.
Rey no l ds : I did about an hour of motion
capture and performance capture on
“Deadpool 2” as Juggernaut. But this is the
first time I’ve really been in that world in this
immersive way where I’m shaping a charac-
ter’s arc from beginning to end with motion
capture. You’re wearing a tracking suit, head
to toe. There are multiple cameras fixed to
your head, which is completely insane. I’m
sure that in our Instagram world there are peo-
ple wondering where they can buy that for
their personal use.
AP: Yo u mus t hav e had co ns i derabl e
free rei n co ns i deri ng thi s was a
Po kemo n character rather than, s ay, REUTERS FILE PHOTO
an ape. In ‘Pokemon Detective Pikachu,’ in theaters Friday, Ryan Reynolds uses his sharp-tongued talents for good.
Rey no l ds : It’s a mythical pocket monster.
There’s no tether to reality whatsoever with o f l es s tradi ti o nal l eadi ng men. to ned do wn under Di s ney ? kind of acerbic and grumpy as his voice is a
this character. It’s pretty free rein, which is its Rey no l ds : Some of the stuff that I’ve Rey no l ds : I don’t, no. I don’t have any match made in heaven.
own weird burden. Once possibilities become done in the past that you would categorize as reason to be concerned based on everything AP: Yo u’v e ki nd o f carri ed o v er the
limitless, you can get a little locked up. It maybe didn’t work were moments where I was I’ve heard Disney say publicly and privately. to ng ue-i n-cheek marketi ng of
took me a couple sessions to realize every- stepping into the role of the archetypal lead- So at this point, I have nothing to be partic- “Deadpo o l ” to “Detecti v e Pi kachu. ”
thing’s possible and just to embrace that. It’s ing-man role. It’s just not something I’ve ularly worried about. Yo u made a v i deo ex to l l i ng y o ur
really just a matter of accessing that 6-year- ever been really that great at, to be totally AP: Yo u’v e beco me s o co nnected to i mmers i v e, Metho d-acti ng to g et i nto
old part of your brain that’s fueled exclusively blunt. I have immense respect for those who “Deadpo o l . ” Was maki ng “Detecti v e character as Pi kachu. Yo u s eem to
on imagination, and just let that run wild. I are great at it. But I also think our idea of a tra- Pi kachu” a co ns ci o us pi v o t to s o me- enjo y a s i de o f the bus i nes s that mo s t
wish I could do every movie like this. ditional, leading man, archetypal male is thi ng mo re fami l y -fri endl y ? Peo pl e di s dai n.
AP: Is there l es s PG-fri endl y B-ro l l changing wildly day to day, over the last five are al ready o o zi ng o v er the cutenes s . Rey no l ds : I love marketing. I have a
o f y o u i n that env i ro nment? years in particular. And I think that’s great. I Rey no l ds : I’ve never really looked at company, Maximum Effort Productions, and
Rey no l ds : Dear god, yes. There’s proba- think that’s evolution, to put it in Pikachu things from the 30,000-foot view of: How that’s what we do. We’re a film production
bly an entirely different film that they could terms. will this shape public perception of me? That company but we’re also a marketing compa-
cut together that wouldn’t make the PG cut at AP: When Di s ney acqui red 2 0 th stuff honestly makes me nauseous to even ny. We do the marketing for Aviation Gin, a
all. When you’re feeling that kind of freedom, Century Fo x , the cul ture cl as h was think about. Really it just came organically. lot of stuff for “Deadpool,” a lot of stuff for
you don’t really govern yourself by ratings o ften repres ented by drawi ng s o f They had animated a test example of Pikachu “Pikachu” and a few other companies. It’s a
systems or that sort of thing. Mi ckey Mo us e and Deadpo o l to g eth- and they had obviously tried out a whole blast. I think marketing is most interesting
AP: Yo ur career s eemed to real l y er. Do y o u hav e any co ncerns that bunch of actors’ voices to it. And they tried when you’re acknowledging and playing with
co me al i v e when y o u carv ed o ut a path f ut ure “De adp o o l ” f i l ms wi l l b e out mine and for whatever reason, it worked, the cultural landscape.
according to AP: Part o f that has been an o ng o -
them. I think i ng mo ck s o ci al -medi a feud wi th Hug h
that juxtapo- Jackman. Do y o u hav e any mes s ag e
s i t i o n fo r hi m?
between his Rey no l ds : (Laughs) I’ll save my catalog
visuals and of insults for Hugh Jackman for our next
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BILLS
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He also pegged 2020 as a critical year
for a conversation on comprehensive
tax reform, noting efforts to split
Community Benefits and Resource commercial properties from
Fair. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. San A Very Vintage Tea and Social. 1 Proposition 13 protections could mark
Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda p.m. to 4 p.m. The America Legion, governor’s plan to dedicate the unan- an opportunity for legislators to begin
de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Get infor- 1159 Bush St., San Carlos. Enjoy fun ticipated funds to reserves, debt repay-
mation on Transportation Discount activities and tea. A portion of the comprehensive tax reform before a
Programs, Housing, Health and Social proceeds will benefit Operation ment and schools was lauded by major recession strikes.
Services, Fraud Protection, Freedom Paws. Cost is $25 to $30. For Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South
Emergency Services, Caregiving and more information call 455-3624. Though Berman has been tracking
more. Free. For more information call San Francisco.
the hundreds of housing bills moving
349-2200. Author Talk and Book Discussion Included in Newsom’s May revisions through committees, he is hoping
with Katie Morford. 2 p.m. South
Floral Lei-Mak ing with Hapa Hula. San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. was an additional $150 million pegged Assembly Bill 302, which would allow
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Orange Ave., South San Francisco. for local governments’ efforts to pro- community college students to sleep
Library Ave., Millbrae. Learn how to Simple cooking lessons and basic vide homelessness emergency aid,
make fresh floral lei wristlets or recipes for lifelong confidence in the in their cars overnight on campus,
crowns. Free. For more information kitchen. For more information call bringing the total dedicated to efforts continues to gather bipartisan support
call 697-7607. 829-3860. combating homelessness to $1 bil-
college tuition, Newsom’s revised in the coming weeks. Berman is also
HLC Policy Mixer: Affordable Trio Solisti Per forming at San lion. The revised state budget also pro- monitoring Assembly Bill 521, a bill
Housing Week 2019. 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Mateo Public Library. 3 p.m. to 4 vided for an estimated $5,000 more per budget represented an investment in
Luttickens Main and Elm, 150 Elm St., p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. all levels of education —  a breath of he proposed to fund a firearm research
Redwood City. Listen to some of the Third Ave., San Mateo. Admission is pupil than eight years ago, proposed center and develop physician training
work the Housing Leadership free and light refreshments will be an expansion of Medi-Cal coverage to fresh air for Hill.
Council has been up to and what is served. For more information call “Education has been underfunded for for firearm-related injury prevention.
522-7849.
young adults regardless of immigra-
planned for the future. Food and
tion status and extended the state’s so long,” he said. “If we don’t do From a proposed ban on flavored
drink provided. $35. For more infor-
mation call 204-5634. One B ook One County: From Paid Family Leave program so each something soon, we’ll never maintain tobacco sales to teens and young
Posters to Post. 4 p.m. South San
parent of a newborn is allowed to take our status as the innovation capital of adults to ending an exemption for cler-
Floral Mania — A Quilting Exhibit. Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. South San Orange Ave., South San Francisco. up to eight weeks of leave after the the world.” gy on mandated child abuse reporting,
Francisco Municipal Services This event will include poster making
birth or adoption of their child, Though Mullin acknowledged the Hill has set his sights on a wide array
Building, 33 Arroyo Drive, South San to advocate for civil and human of issues. By proposing Senate Bill
Francisco. The program also features rights. For more information call 829- according to Newsom’s office. merits of Newsom’s budget proposal,
a special fiber art exhibit created by 3860.
For Mullin, Newsom’s approach he felt the revisions didn’t adequately 38, which would prohibit sales of fla-
the SSF Greenhouse Quilters. Other
Per spectives on Immigration. 4 toward the unanticipated revenue bal- address the deficiencies in overall vored tobacco to people under 21 years
highlights include exciting door
prize opportunities, and a gift bou- p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bethany anced a continued focus on fiscal funding for the services supporting of old, Hill is hoping to keep teens
tique with unique gift items available Presbyterian Church, 2400
responsibility with targeted invest- individuals with developmental dis- from developing addictions to tobacco
to purchase. Free. For more informa- Rosewood Drive, San Bruno. Panelists
tion call 829-3800. will include those who have first ments in the state’s residents through abilities. He said he plans to work with at an early age.
hand experience, either as immi-
expansions in funding for homeless- members of the Democratic caucus to Senate Bill 360 is aimed at including
Por ta Blu Cook ing Series — grants or as people who work with
Cupcakes for Mother’s Day. 7 p.m. immigrant and refugee populations. ness, early childhood education and advocate for increased reimbursement clergy among the professionals
to 8 p.m. Porta Blu at Hotel Nia, 200 Everyone is welcome at this public
health care spending, among other pri- rates for those services, which he required to report suspected child abuse
Independence Drive, Menlo Park. event. Free. For more information call
Cost is $25. To register call (415) 274- 589-3711. orities. noted have not kept pace with the high or neglect to law enforcement and
2510. “He’s approaching it in a prudent cost of living in places like San Mateo amend a law exempting clergy from
R agazzi Continuo Presents County. such reporting if they learn of suspect-
‘Shoggoths on the Veldt’ by ‘Wayfaring Stranger: Songs of way, but he is making significant
Cameron McNary. 8 p.m. The Travel.’ 7:30 p.m. St. Peter’s Episcopal investments,” he said. “He’s definitely ed crimes during “a penitential commu-
Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway,
Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37. For
Church, 178 Clinton St., Redwood
City. Featuring a worldly choral reper- showing where his priorities are in Legislation shapes up nication.”
more information call 493-2006. toire steeped in songs about travel, terms of working families.” Newsom’s budget revisions come at Hill’s Senate Bill 425 will require
motion and journey. Cost is $15-$25. hospitals, clinics and other health
SATURDAY, MAY 11 For more information call 342-8785. Assemblyman Marc Berman, D-Palo a time when legislators’ bills are being
5K Run/Walk for Student Health Alto, was encouraged by Newsom’s shaped by various Assembly and facilities to report allegations of
and Mental Wellness. 7 a.m. to 11:30 Skyline College Jazz Band. 8 p.m.
decision to dedicate an additional $87 Senate committees, which determines patient sexual abuse and other sexual
a.m. Coyote Point Park 1701 Coyote Odd Fellows Hall 526 Main St., Half
Point Drive San Mateo. To volunteer, Moon Bay. The Skyline College Jazz million to bolster the $134 million whether they will be put to a vote later misconduct by medical professionals.
visit cityofsanmateo.org/volunteer Band is an auditioned ensemble of provided last year to replace and this year. Mullin said he is continuing Hill said he would continue to focus on
and choose PAL 5K Run/Walk for musicians who play trumpet, trom-
Student Health & Wellness May 11, bone, saxophone and rhythm sec- upgrade county voting systems. to stay focused on improving the efforts to hold Pacific Gas and Electric
2019. To register for the run/walk, go tion instruments. Free. For more Acknowledging several counties in the state’s elections processes, proposing accountable for its role in major wild-
to sanmateopal.org. For more infor- information call 315-0201. fires that have taken shape across the
mation call 522-7277.
state are home to aging voting sys- an amendment to the California
‘Shoggoths on the Veldt’ by tems, Berman emphasized the impor- Constitution allowing 17-year-olds to state, having proposed several bills
Mother ’s Day Mommy and Me Cameron McNar y. 8 p.m. The
tance of ensuring voting systems are vote in primaries or special elections aimed at protecting the utility’s
Magical Unicorn B reak fast. 8:30 Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway,
a.m. to 10 a.m. Hillsdale Shopping Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37. For protected from outside influences. if they will turn 18 by the time the ratepayers from rate hikes in the event
Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. more information call 493-2006. He also looked to Newsom’s alloca- next general election is held. Mullin of a bankruptcy and ensuring there are
Breakfast, activities and photos. Cost strong safety components in place in
is $14.99 per person. Registration SUNDAY, MAY 12 tion of $1 million to establish a state also hoped Assembly Bill 1217,
required. For more information call Mother’s Day Celebration. 10 a.m. computer science coordinator to which would require specific disclo- the event of a utility acquisition or
571-1029. to 12:30 p.m. BayLife Community bankruptcy.
Church, 40 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. increase access to computer science sures by major funders of issue advoca-
Second Saturday Divorce Worship with a Mother’s Day mes- education for all students in the state. cy advertisements, would help the pub- Hill has been pleased with the vari-
Workshop. 9 a.m. to noon. San Carlos sage. RSVP requested. For more infor-
mation call 888-8866. “We have a huge equity gap in our lic understand who is trying to influ- ety of issues Newsom has taken on in
Community Center, 1001 Chestnut
St., San Carlos. Educational workshop schools in terms of the types of ence legislation as it is crafted. his first few months as governor and
for women who find themselves nav- ‘Shoggoths on the Veldt’ by his personal involvement in conversa-
Cameron McNary. 2 p.m. The schools and the types of students who Mullin counted Assembly Bill 571
igating the confusing divorce
process. For more information call Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, have access to computer science,” he — which would align the limit on cam- tions ranging from high-speed rail,
434-2177. Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37. For said. “All of the students, regardless of paign contributions to elective city or the twin Delta tunnels and the death
more information call 493-2006.
Family Fun Ride and Bike Rodeo. where they live, should have access to county offices with the cap set for elec- penalty. Hill appreciated Newsom’s
10 a.m. to noon. College Park MONDAY, MAY 13 higher quality education.” tive state offices — as among his frame of reference on many of the
Reel Great Films: ‘A Star Is Born.’ 2
Elementary School, 715 Indian Ave.,
p.m. to 4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 State Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, efforts to encourage cities to adopt issues he’s taken on and commended
San Mateo. Learn how to ride safely
with YBikes, join San Mateo Police Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. For was impressed with the Newsom their own campaign contribution lim- Newsom for his willingness to engage
more information call 591-8286. with legislators regularly.
Department for a ride around the administration’s examination of a its and reduce campaign spending.
neighborhood, face painting and a
balloon artist. Free. For more infor- Dash Robot Races. 4 p.m. South San range of line items and was glad to see Though Mullin had hoped Newsom “He’s been extremely accessible and
Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
mation call 522-7300.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. the revisions affirm the governor’s would take the opportunity to restore wants to be engaged in our
San Bruno AARP Chapter 2895 Free. For more information call 829- commitment to education and housing redevelopment agencies in his first Legislature,” he said. “That, I think,
Monthly Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. 3860. and homelessness. From a focus on few months in office, he remained has been welcome and definitely nec-
San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 early child care education to a propos- optimistic the topic would be taken up essary today because of the complexi-
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. For Henna and a Craft. 4 p.m. to 5:30
more information call 583-4499. p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., al to provide two years free community again next year as part of a larger effort ty of these issues.”
Millbrae. Leah, a local henna artist
Friends of the Library Spring Book will provide henna designs using her
Sale. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. South San homemade paste for teens/adults
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. who wish to have henna applied to
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104 Training 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
TERMS & CONDITIONS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- Job Title: Director of Product STATEMENT #280981 STATEMENT #280968
NEWSPAPER INTERNS
fieds will not be responsible for more
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia-
CAREGIvERS Management, Contact
Center JOURNALISM
The following person is doing business
as: EZ DMV, 2850 Middlefield Rd., RED-
The following person is doing business
as: Hong Kong Portuguese Association
bility shall be limited to the price of one The Daily Journal is looking for in- WOOD CITY, CA 94063. Registered of America, 1160 Chess Drive Suite #4,
Job Location: Belmont, CA FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Registered
insertion. No allowance will be made for
errors not materially affecting the value
2 years experience terns to do entry level reporting, re- Owner: Union Smog RWC, CA. The
Owner: Nuno Prata da Cruz, 2642
search, updates of our ongoing fea- business is conducted by a Corporation.
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis-
required. Requirements: BS or equiv. in IT, MIS,
etc. + 10 yrs. exp. reqd.
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- The registrants commenced to transact
School St., Oakland, CA 94602. The
business is conducted by an Individual.
so welcome. business under their FBN on N/A.
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate Exp. w/ Jira, Confluence, The registrants commenced to transact
Card. Smartsheets, Aha!, /s/Alberto Sanchez/ business under their FBN on April 11,
Immediate placement Wireshark, Kibana &
We expect a commitment of four to
eight hours a week for at least four
This statement was filed with the Asses- 2019.
sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2019. (Publish-
105 Education/Instruction on all assignments. Salesforce reqd. months. The internship is unpaid, but
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
/s/Nuno Prata da Cruz/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Mail Resume: RingCentral, Inc. terns have progressed in time into 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish-
Attn: HR Dept. paid correspondents and full-time re- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,

Is your child's school


Call 20 Davis Drive,
Belmont, CA 94002
porters.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19).

maximizing their potential? (650)777-9000 College students or recent graduates


are encouraged to apply. Newspaper
STATEMENT #281024
The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
experience is preferred but not neces- as: A.I.M Auto Body, 233 S Maple Ave. STATEMENT #281081
Thrive at: sarily required. Unit #20 and #21, SOUTH SAN FRAN- The following person is doing business
UP ACADEMY Elementary SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales CISCO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: as: 1) Half Moon Bay Auto Parts 2) Pas-
Please send a cover letter describing torino Farms, 12491 San Mateo Road,
SALES/MARKETING Representative needed to sell newspa- Ana Mendoza De Ramos, 800 James-
upacademysf.com INTERNSHIPS per print and web advertising and event
your interest in newspapers, a resume
and three recent clips. Before you ap- town Ave., San Francisco, CA 94124. HALF MOON BAY, CA 94019. Regis-
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking marketing solutions. To apply, please call The business is conducted by an Individ- tered Owners: Patricia Pastorino and
ply, you should familiarize yourself Stanley Pastorino, same address. The
for ambitious interns who are eager to 650-344-5200 and send resume to with our publication. Our Web site: ual. The registrants commenced to
jump into the business arena with both info@smdailyjournal.com business is conducted by a Married Cou-
www.smdailyjournal.com. transact business under their FBN on ple. The registrants commenced to
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs NA. transact business under their FBN on
of the newspaper and media industries. Send your information via e-mail to /s/Ana Mendoza De Ramos/ 04/01/2019.
This position will provide valuable news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Patricia Pastorino/
experience for your bright future. ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., sor-County Clerk on 4/18/2019. (Publish-
#123, San Mateo CA 94402 This statement was filed with the Asses-
Email resume ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish-
info@smdailyjournal.com 5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19).

LEGAL NOTICES
Fictitious Business Name Statements,
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
Notice of Public Sales and More.
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com

SALES PRO HELP TAKE OUR


EVENT TEAM TO
WANTED THE NEXT LEVEL

EVENT MARKETING SALES


Join the Daily Journal Event marketing team as a Sales and Business Development
Specialist. Duties include sales and customers service of event sponsorships,
partners, exhibitors and more. Interface and interact with local businesses to enlist
participants at the Daily Journal’s ever expanding inventory of community events
such as the Senior Showcase, Family Resources Fair, Job Fairs, and more.

You will also be part of the project management process. But first and foremost,
we will rely on you for sales and business development. This is one of the fastest
areas of the Daily Journal, and we are looking to grow the team.

Must have a successful track record of sales and business development.

To apply for the position, please send info to


jerry@smdailyjournal.com or call 650-344-5200.
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fictitiOus business name fictitiOus business name fictitiOus business name fictitiOus business name new, singer Sewing Machine Univer-
statement #280898 statement #280962 statement #281076
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business notice of public hearings statement #281087
The following person is doing business
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
as: Ora Integrative Permaculture and
Natural Resource, 2310 Dolores St.,
as: CORTEZANOWEDDINGS, 121 Bay-
view Drive, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,
as: 1. Xander Networks 2. Arevalo
Alarm, 673 Abbot Ave., DALY CITY, CA
The Burlingame School Dis- as: Alberto’s Garage, 775 California
Drive, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- tiffany style Lamp shade. Older-
SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered CA 94080. Registered Owner: Dennis 94014. Registered Owner: William trict will hold two separate tered Owner: Gabriel Labrado, 1237 Na- multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
Owner: Despina Sahouria, same ad-
dress. The business is conducted by an
Kim Cortezano, same address. The busi-
ness is conducted by an Individual. The
Alexander Arevalo, same address. The
business is conducted by an Individual.
public hearings on the pro- ples St., San Francisco, CA 94112. The
business is conducted by an Individual.
727-7266.
Individual. The registrants commenced
to transact business under their FBN on registrants commenced to transact busi- The registrants commenced to transact posed Local Control Ac- The registrants commenced to transact Vacuum cleaner (reconditioned)
ness under their FBN on 05/06/2014. business under their FBN on 04/22/2019. business under their FBN on NA.
NA.
/s/Dennis Kim Cortezano/ /s/William Alexander Arevalo/
countability Plan (LCAP), /s/Gabriel Labrado/
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
/s/Despina Sahouria/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- with the Budget Overview This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish- 297 bicycles
sor-County Clerk on 4/10/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish-
sor-County Clerk on 4/03/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, for Parents cover page, and ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
adult bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19).
5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19). 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19). the proposed budget for fis- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
cal year 2019-20 on Tues- fictitiOus business name child’s schwinn bicycle, blue in
fictitiOus business name fictitiOus business name fictitiOus business name day, May 21, 2019 at 6:00 statement #280827 good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
statement #280967
The following person is doing business
statement #280976
The following person is doing business
statement #281060
The following person is doing business
p.m. at the Burlingame The following person is doing business
as: 1)Coastside Craftworks 2)Coastside
mOuntain bike new 21 gears $100.
(650)722-3634
as: 1) Pastorino Garden Service 2) Pas- as: Barterra Winery, 643 Main Street, as: ORA Boutique, 2310 Dolores St., School District Office locat- Candle Co., 224 Seaside Dr, PACIFICA,
torino Rose and Yard Care, 12491 San CA 94044. Registered Owner: Maureen
Mateo Road, HALF MOON BAY, CA
Unit A, HALF MOON BAY, CA 94019.
Registered Owner: Barterra Winery, LLC,
SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered
Owner: Despina Sahouria, same ad-
ed at 1825 Trousdale Drive, O’Neil Garcia, same address. The busi-
mOuntain bike. Top brand. Runs
good. $39. (660)342-5220
94019. Registered Owner: Patricia Pas-
torino, same address. The business is
CA. The business is conducted by a dress. The business is conducted by an Burlingame, California. A ness is conducted by an Individual. The
registrants commenced to transact busi-
conducted by an Individual. The regis-
Limited Liability Company. The regis- Individual. The registrants commenced copy of the LCAP, with the ness under their FBN on N/A. 298 collectibles
trants commenced to transact business trants commenced to transact business to transact business under their FBN on /s/Maureen O’Neil Garcia/
under their FBN on 04/01/2019. under the FBN on N/A. NA. Budget Overview for Pa- This statement was filed with the Asses- 1984 time magazine. Special 1994
/s/Paul Minoletti/ /s/Despina Sahouria/ Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
/s/Patricia Pastorino/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- rents cover page, and the sor-County Clerk on 3/27/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, (650)588-0842
sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/22/2019. (Publish- proposed budget will be 3/30/19, 4/6/19, 4/13/19, 4/20/19).
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie
5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19). 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). 5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19). available for public exami- deBartolo on cover. Mint condition.
nation at the above location 295 art $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
from May 16, 2019 through Oil painting-canVass, Victorian
apprOx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer
sequOia uniOn high schOOl district Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207-
May 21, 2019 between the Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 4162
measure a citiZens bOnd OVersight cOmmittee hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 OBO (650)515-6091
2018 repOrt tO cOmmunity cOllectable cabbage Patch Kids
p.m. Any stakeholder affect- 296 appliances Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
Contact Person: Matthew Zito, Chief Facilities Officer ed by the LCAP or the Bur- air cOnditiOner 10000 BTU w/re-
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100
(650) 572-8895
lingame School District mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
The Citizens Bond Oversight Committee has issued its report for calendar year 2018 on the brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- depressiOn glass Dining Plate. 8
budget may appear before 0898 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red.
$265,000,000 Measure A bond approved by the voters on June 3, 2014. Members of the Citi-
zens Bond Oversight Committee are pleased to report to the community the bond funds are be- the Burlingame School Dis- $12 (650)762-6048

trict Board of Trustees and free washer and 220v dryer, both games Of the 23rd Olympiad maga-
ing spent in accordance with the bond language approved by voters. Complete financial infor- working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
mation is available on the District website at www.seq.org. speak to the LCAP or the move, stairs. 0842
proposed budget or any glass-panel lampshade. Similar lennOx red Rose, Unused, hand
Sequoia Union High School District contracted with Chavan and Associates to perform the re-
quired Proposition 39/Measure A audit report. The audit covered fiscal year ending June 30, item therein. to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
2018 which was reviewed by the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee on April 16, 2019. The au- 5/10/19 $75 (650)727-7266
dit examined internal control over financial reporting, and other matters to include verifying that cns-3250183# hOtpOint heaVy Duty Dryer excellent
miller lite Neon sign , work good
$59 call (650)218-6528
the bond proceeds were deposited in the District’s name, that they were invested in accordance san mateO daily working condition Burlingame $50 Call
with applicable legal requirements, and tested approximately 81% of the calendar year 2017- Old, antique, Bottle Collection: 20
2018 expenditures to ensure they were valid, allowable and accurate. The audit determined that
JOurnal Dan (408)656-0958
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048
the District complied, in all material respects, with the compliance requirements that could have maytag washer excellent working One cOllectiOn of antique Cuban
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No
a direct and material effect on the Proposition 39/Measure A bond program for the fiscal year (408)656-0958 Texting.
ending, June 30, 2018.
mfg h20labs Model 300 exc cond small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. 4162
Construction projects currently underway this period:
-New Small High School (TIDE Academy) at 150 Jefferson Drive, Menlo-Park (15 classrooms)
noise exposure map acceptance
Significant Construction and Renovation projects completed to-date:
-Carlmont New Classroom Building (10 classrooms) Pursuant to Section 107(a) & (b) (Title 49 United States Code,
-Carlmont Weight Room Addition Section 47506 of the Airport Safety and Noise Abatement Act
-Carlmont Kitchen, MUR and Locker Room Renovations of 1979, as amended, notice is hearby given that on April 23,
-Menlo-Atherton New Classroom Building (21 Classrooms) 2019, the Federal Aviation Administration has completed its
-Menlo-Atherton Soccer Field Renovation w/Lights (synthetic turf) evaluation of, and has formally accepted the Noise Exposure
-Menlo-Atherton STEM Classroom and Kitchen Building Maps for San Carlos Airport, located in San Mateo County,
-Sequoia Music Building Renovation California that were prepared pursuant to Title 14 Code of
-Sequoia Practice Field Renovation w/ Lights (synthetic turf) Federal Regulations Part 150 (14 CFR Part 150). These
-Sequoia Pool Light and Shade Structure (canopy over bleachers) maps and supporting documentation are available for public
-Sequoia Culinary Arts and Warming Kitchen Renovation review at the Manager's Office, San Mateo County Airports
-Sequoia Media Center and MPR Kitchen Division, San Carlos Airport, 620 Airport Drive, Suite 10, San
-Woodside New Classroom Building (10 Classrooms) Carlos, CA, 94070-2714.
-Woodside Bradley Field Renovation
-Woodside Food Service and Cafeteria Renovation
-Woodside New Culinary Renovation
-Woodside Ceramic Classroom Renovation
-Redwood High School Classroom and MPR Building (school re-construction project)
-Various District Wide Infrastructure and Capital Repair Projects (on-going)
city Of pacifica nOtice Of hearing
Construction and renovation projects planned are:
-Carlmont Culinary Arts Classroom Renovation NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of
-Menlo-Atherton Chemistry Lab Renovation the City of Pacifica will conduct a public hearing on Monday,
-District Wide Various Infrastructure and Capital Repair Projects (on-going) May 20, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 2212
-District Wide Technology Projects Beach Boulevard, Pacifica, to consider the following:
-Solar Installation at Redwood, Woodside and District’s Bus Yard.
file nO. 2018-061 fOr text amendment ta-114-18
The $265M million is being issued in conformance with the district’s timeline for construction initiated by the City of Pacifica, to amend Articles 10 and 11 of
projects. The first bond proceeds were received October 22, 2014 in the amount of the City of Pacifica Zoning Regulations (Title 9, Chapter 4 of
$112,000,000. The District sold its second series of bonds in November 22, 2017 in the amount the Pacifica Municipal Code [PMC]), as well as other articles
of $120,000,000. The remaining bond authority is $33,000,000. of the Zoning Regulations, in order to establish the use of
Health/Fitness Clubs in commercially zoned areas. Recom-
John Violet, Chair of the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee will present a report to the Sequoia mended California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) status:
Union High School District’s, Board of Trustees on May 15, 2019 regarding the committee’s pro- Exempt from CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section
ceeding and activities. That report is available at www.seq.org for calendar year 2018. 15061(b)(3).

Detailed plans and additional information for all items above


MEASURE A CITIZENS BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE are available for public review at the Planning Department,
1800 Francisco Boulevard, Pacifica. These items will also be
John Violet, Chairperson posted 72 hours prior to the meeting on the City's website at:
Janet Hart, Vice Chairperson
Jerry Carlson http://pacificacityca.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx.
Lisa Costa-Sanders
Ernesto Jasso The City of Pacifica will provide special assistance for persons
Diane Peterson with disabilities upon at least 24 hours advance notice to the
Susie Peyton City Manager's office (650) 738-7300. If you need sign lan-
guage assistance or written material printed in a larger font or
taped, advance notice is necessary. All meeting rooms are
accessible to the disabled.

Tina Wehrmeister
Planning Director
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal on May 10, 2019
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298 Collectibles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 308 Tools 311 musical instruments 318 sports equipment
Topps baseball complete set 1987 ChiNa CabiNeT Wallet, $20. Call reTro huTCh Needs refinishing other- CraFTsmaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" ChromaTiC harmoNiCa: Horner biG berTha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- (650)589-1407 wise good condition. Top detaches from dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
4474 bottom $25. (650)712-9962 (650)278-5776. (415)999-4474
ChoColaTe broWN living room chair lG CraFTsmeN shop vac 6.5hp $60
TWo 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. soFa-beiGe FabriC, Orig. $900, (510)943-9221 braNd NeW Golf bag with Stand.
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for Call 650-872-2371. Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 epiphoNe les Paul Custom Prophecy Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
both. Steve (650)518-6614 (650)234-8218 shopsmiTh mark V 50th Anniversary Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. No Texting.
CompuTer desk (glass) & chair. Like (650)421-5469.
viNTaGe sTemWare: 3 styles, 23 new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or solid Wood Dining table with exten- (650)504-0585
braNd NeW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 gtecher@comcast.net sion great piece great condition black evereTT upriGhT antique piano. Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
$80 (650)364-5263 viNTaGe CraFTsmaN Jig Saw. Circa Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
CompuTer desk with 3 side drawers .
299 Computers Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask solid Wood Entertainment Center- huGe ludWiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle easToN alumiNum bat.33 inches, 30
19" Color Monitor with stand VG con-
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In 310 misc. For sale & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
leave message Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
dition power cord/owners manual includ- X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o (916)975-4969
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 500-600 biG Band-era 78's--most mint, everlasT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
CompuTer sWivel CHAIR. Padded (925)482-5742 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 piaNo-aNdreW kohler, Mahogany,
reCordable Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- Table 24"x48" folding legs each end. Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 GuThy-reNker poWer Rider,Ever-
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, desk, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. bessy small Evening Hand Bag With
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 (415)334-1980 last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
(650) 578 9208 (650)458-3578 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 erciser $20 (510)770-1976
biFold shuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00
player piaNo 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- kNee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
300 Toys diNiNG Chairs -Six Antique,
Thomasville diNiNG table, $50 4
chairs, mid-century blonde with two
(650)544-5306
sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 leaves call (650)697-3709. blue oysTer cult lp signed by donald www.elo.deals leaTher GolF bag with 23 clubs $90.
14-1000-pCs puzzles $3.00 ea. (650)888-2662 (650) 592-2648.
(650)207-4162 r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
Tiki bar - Original from the 60’s,Like (408)661-6019 spiNeT piaNo + Bench, $50. Call
Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 (650)589-1407 meN's rossiGNol Skis. $95.00,
ameriCaN Flyer locomotive runs diNiNG room Table-Antique,Oak, (650)245-4234. Cash reGisTer Parts; Much Skin Not good condition, (650)341-0282.
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 5chairs, w/ extension $200 Guts $500 (415)269-4784 viNTaGe auTopiaNo upright player
(650)290-3188 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave oNe dozeN Official League Diamond
jump aNd Play Keyboard brand new, in message or email flycsir@hotmail.com Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. TWiN bed, mattress, box spring, frame CosCo play Pen with travel bag. Used
once $35 (650)591-2981 (650)771-6324.
$ 50. (650)598-9804.
diNiNG Table (36"x54") and 4 match- WurliTzer upriGhT piano. Fair con-
sTar Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595 ToTal Gym XLS, excellent condition.
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 TWo Wood Book Shelves, $75 with CuT Glass serving bowl 8" diameter
$250 .(650)-654-1930. drawers and pull-down desk call $25. Call 650-921-4016 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
(650)588-0828
302 antiques diNiNG Table - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
(650)697-3709
deluxe Folder Walker - 5" wheels - 312 pets & animals
Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- used bedroom Furniture, FREE. Call Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 viNTaGe Nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. oNe keNNel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
beer sTeiNs-oriGiNal from Germa- (650)573-7381. mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info drive 3-Wheel buggy $45. Call 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
diNiNG Table. 72" by 42". With leaf Wall uNiT/room Divider. Simple (650)589-1407 (650)593-2066
(650)592-7483
90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 lines. Breaks down for transportation. WorkouT beNCh, weights, bars, for
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message Free maGaziNes. Library discards parroT CaGe, Steel, Large - approx flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
display Case, glass top. 27”x20”x2” year old ones. Wide variety. Good for 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best (650)861-2411
mahoGaNy aNTique Secretary desk, crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 offer. (650)245-4084
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. WalNuT ChesT, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 yamaha rooF RACK, 58 inches $75.
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. dresser-aNTique vaNiTy Combo, 3 Free: Wild turkey feathers; whole (650)458-3255
beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 WhiTe WiCker Armoire, asking $100, wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For 315 Wanted to buy
roseville Tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900. (650)290-3188 fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark
$45. (650)574-2490. great condition, text for picture (650)571-
0947 (650)207-0882 lookiNG: sF Radio Station recordings; Food & Wine
eNGlish draW Table, $50 Solid Wood 1920’s through 80’s.
303 electronics 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, haT, T-shirT, sweatshirt and comput- Ron (925)284-5428. WiNe ColleCTioN and all equipment
Wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x to make homemade wine which includes
call(650)697-3709 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
the wine press, 2 50 gallon barrel, 10 5
Free TelevisioN - Mitsubishi,
eThaN alleN sofa and love seat. Blue lioNel ChrisTmas Holiday expan-
316 Clothes gallon jug full of vinegar and exerta... if
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not 306 housewares anyone is interested call for best offer
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 broWN sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- (650)580-6405.
Delivery available. CrysTal WiNe glasses new (12ea) new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
stering. Free. (650)593-7001. lioNel WesTerN Union Pass car and
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
oNkyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
Glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- FaNCy hiGh heel shoes, never worn 340 Camera & photo equip.
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, mikasa seT. White. Modern (square) moTley Crue lp signed by neil lee size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. NikoN 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
ikea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
phillips-50” Color T.v., Heavy, $99 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. NeW "bella" buffet triple slow cooker NeGriNi FeNCiNG Epee mask size M
(650)591-8062 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi omeGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- color in excellent condition 3/4
ikea Table, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. 2648 (415)260-6940 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
length $50 (650)692-8012 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
304 Furniture $ 30. (650)598-9804.
siNk double cast iron. Good condi- old b&l Microscope in good condition;
mahoGaNy Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. haT aNd beanie collection sold as set viviTar v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
aNTique diNiNG table for six people hundreds 1K (650)388-2445 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
3709 ray-baN Top Bar Sunglasses (650)583-6636
307 jewelry & Clothing RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- kayaNo meN’s Running shoes size 11
aNTique mohaGaNy Bookcase. Four maTTress, TWiN long, excellent condi- wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- good condition $20 (650)520-7045
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 aNNe kleiN silver-tone watch with weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- 345 medical equipment
Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- 6596 kNee-hiGh blaCk women's boots,
bedsTead siNGle, poster style, box NeW deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 adjusTable baTh shower transfer
spring, mattress available. $40.00. size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must rollerblades, used, size 10. $20 $40.00. Call (650)872-2371 bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
(650)593-7408 Sell! (650) 875-8159. 308 Tools obo. Please call (650)745-6309
Commode, very clean and disinfect-
beiGe soFa $99. Excellent Condition ladies sequiN dress, blue, size XL, ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
NiaGara vibraTiNG Adjustable bed aNTique iroN Hand Drills. 3 available samsoNiTe 26" tan hard-sided suit
(650) 315-2319 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 ested. (650)745-6309
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
buNk beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 (408)656-0958 $45. (650)328-6709 meN's sTeTsoN hat, size large, new,
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or drive 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
briGGs & Stratton Lawn Mower with rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
B/O (650)685-2494 queeN soFa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. silk saree 6 yards new nice color.for
Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- (650) 578-9208 (510)770-1976
(650)771-6324.
call (650)697-3709 formation.
. shoes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less drive deluxe two button walker $10
siNk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, (650)508-8662 (510)770-1976
$15.00 (650)544-5306
Tuxedo size 40, black, including white radiaTioN proTeCTioN 1/2-apron
slr leNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
WeddiNG dress-desiGNer, Size 12, 7742.
Tires-seT oF four P225 45 R18 $80 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
OBO (650)359-2238. for $500 Call (650)867-1728 Walker/rolaTor. NeW. large, bas-
ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
TuNTuri roWiNG Machine, Good size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 WomaN's ameriCaN Rag faux leather
(650)727-7266
jacket. Perfect condition. Black
uNideN harley Davidson Gas Tank /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 Garage sales
WomaN's Tahari jacket. Perfect con-
Walker - Good Condition - Like New - dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25 CouChes bed tables TV clothes etc
$35 (650)341-5347 (650) 952-3466 appt only (650)388-2445

WomeN's blaCk suede fur lined


311 musical instruments boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
1929 aNTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- Work booTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
(650)742-6776.
In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
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Garage Sales 450 homes for rent 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 635 Vans 670 Auto Service
Auto AuCtion VW ‘13 TIQUAN, SUV, white, 80K miles, toyotA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con-

GArAGe SAleS for rent Every Tuesday 11am


280 A Street Colma
$9,800 (650)302-5523 dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K
miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See SMoG CheCk
650-756-3394 craigslist for pics. $29.75 + $8.25 certificate
eStAte SAleS 2 Bedroom 1 bath 625 Classic Cars VAlid Mon thru thu
CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT 640 Motorcycles/Scooters 9am to 11:30am and 1pm to 5pm
Make money, make room!
house on a quiet CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. CAdillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado
44,632 original miles. Needs body work
cul-de-sac in Belmont. and headliner $2,475 OBO (650)218-
BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
(650) 995-0003
Look for coupon in the Daily Journal
List your upcoming Got An older 4681. luxurati Auto
garage sale, $3800.00/Month CAr, BoAt, or rV? MotorCyCle SAddleBAGS, 704 N. San Mateo Dr., San Mateo
Do the humane thing. CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard with mounting hardware and other parts
moving sale, Donate it to the Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000
obo. (650)952-4036.
$35. Call (650)670-2888. 650-458-6666
estate sale, Available the middle of Humane Society.
yard sale, Call 1- 866-899-3051 CheVy ‘86 CorVette. Automatic. 645 Boats
May. 93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800 670 Auto Parts
rummage sale, obo. (650) 952-4036. BoAt- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5
HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
Call for an appointment hondA ‘12 CIVIC natural gas (lower
clearance sale, or cost than gasoline) commute vehicle CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50k (650) 591-5404. 1960S CAdillAC hub caps $40
whatever sale you 650-483-3694 very good condition $7,900 (707)333- MileS. New upgrades; best offer. (650)592-3887
1106 (415)602-8480. Mr. Roberts. MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
have... built and re-finished. Boat and Motor. BridGeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
leXuS ‘06 330 white fully loaded, 149K MerCedeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top. 20K obo. (650)851-0878. $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
miles, $7,500. (650)302-5523 Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851- used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
Reach over 83,450 readers 470 rooms 0878 SeA rAy 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
from South San Francisco MAzdA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con- Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732. CheVy/GMC 1994. Full size. Front
dition One owner Fully loaded Low MerCedeS ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel. plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
to Palo Alto. hiP houSinG miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520- Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint,
in your local newspaper. Non-Profit Home Sharing Program 4650 $13,900 (650)303-4257. Leave msg. 650 rVs Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
San Mateo County
(650)348-6660 Gulf StreAM, Sun Voyager ‘04. GM truCk/SuV 1994? Large Vehicle.
Call (650)344-5200 MAzdA 2016 Sky Active one owner per-
MuStAnG ’73- All Original: Miles 300,
Paperwork, Light Brown Paint, 351 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $35,000. Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles V/8Cleveland, Auto-Trans, P/S, P/B, 650-349-3087. complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
$19,995 OBO (650)520-4650 $30,000 (650)359-6001. ble .$75. (650)727-7266
515 office Space 670 Auto Service
niSSAn ‘12 Leaf, Electric, low mileage White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
34,500 Excellent condition (650)796- 630 trucks & SuV’s P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
379 open houses SuBletS AVAilABle!
Healthcare Offices in
3896.
ford ‘10 F150 Super Crew cab, 78K
AA SMoG 680 Autos Wanted
PontiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum miles. System-One toolboxes and rack. Complete Repair & Service
Crystal Springs Village, SM. $29.75 plus certificate fee
oPen houSe Rims with good tires. Needs engine
work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell
$16K contact or text (650)520-3725
(most cars)
Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
Novas, running or not
Call for details!
liStinGS 415-297-1665
9650)714-3865. kiA ‘15 Sorento V6,4 wheel drive, 73K
miles, white, $14,800 (650)302-5523
869 California Drive .
Burlingame
Parts collection etc.
toyotA ’96 Tercel Original owner,
So clean out that garage
Give me a call
start,R
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in the Daily Journal. $850.00 (650)367-0597. $4,900. (650)302-5523 Joe 650 342-2483
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councilmembers in advocating for city
staff to explore the cost of terminating the
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For Deputy Mayor Maureen Freschet, the
fact that 21 of the 31 police officers who
left the department since 2013 did so
hotels to provide vouchers for officers in because of commute-related issues demon-
need of rest between shifts in the meantime strated how critical the issue is. In
built on the same block or identify spaces while a more permanent facility is pre- Avenue is set to be used for construction
where sleeping quarters can be accommo- staging for a new underground flow equal- response to Freschet’s question about how
pared. much it costs to recruit new police officers,
dated on city-owned property or within ization system, an overflow component of
community-based facilities were options “We have some people traveling some San Mateo’s new wastewater treatment sys- Police Chief Susan Manheimer said it usu-
up for review at the City Council’s Monday very long distances when they’re very tired tem. ally costs the department an estimated
study session. and that just cannot happen anymore,” she Another option officials considered was $150,000 for an officer to go through
Though eight beds are currently provided said, according to a video of the meeting. finding places for officers to sleep in pri- nearly a year of training, which includes
in two separated barrack rooms at the San Corbett acknowledged the termination of vately-owned or community-based facili- the police academy and field training but
Mateo Police Department at 200 Franklin the lease on Fire Station 26, which gener- ties, but Corbett didn’t recommend the does not include the officer’s salary.
Parkway, City Manager Drew Corbett ated nearly $39,000 annually, would repre- strategy out of concerns about whether it Freschet acknowledged the growing
explained the positioning of the rooms sent a loss in revenue. But he noted those could violate the city’s existing gift number of police officers living long dis-
between the locker rooms and a gym is not costs could be offset by the additional stor- polices. Though she acknowledged the tances from the community they serve and
conducive to sleeping quarters. Designed age space the city could gain with a reno- challenges that could accompany the the risks their commutes pose to their per-
to provide officers working overtime or vation of the facility, which he said could option, resident Anna Kuhre underscored sonal safety and effectiveness. She favored
making a court appearance with an oppor- reduce the city’s costs of storing vehicles how much community members value their creating a multi-purpose substation at Fire
tunity to sleep between especially long off site. police officers and said many attending Station 26 so the department can improve
shifts, the barracks are increasingly being Though officials also considered the meetings of the San Mateo United its response times to the eastern part of the
used by officers weighing whether it makes possibility of offering trailers or other Homeowners Association have expressed city during heavy traffic, and felt the city
sense to drive on average an hour to get types of portable residences with bath- interest in either hosting police officers at should act quickly to address the issue.
home between regular, 11-hour shifts, he rooms and other amenities on city-owned their homes as well as supporting offi- “I don’t see how we can not afford to stop
added. land, Corbett noted the lack of city-owned cials’ efforts to identify a solution. that flow of officers leaving and provide
Because Fire Station 26 is being leased lots that could accommodate trailers. He “I can tell you that that offer is out there sleeping quarters for them,” she said. “To
to American Medical Response as a rest said the city’s corporation yard is already in still many homes, they want to do it for me, that’s the clearest path towards saving
facility through the end of the year, Mayor at capacity and another empty lot on 42nd free,” she said. “They want to do what they money.”
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