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REUTERS FILE PHOTO


Lawmakers are trying to force law
enforcement and reformers into talks on
competing legislation to limit fatal shootings
by police in California.

‘A national
precedent’
California pushing talks
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL
on police shooting rules
Santa Cruz resident Alex Cheap fills up at a San Mateo 76 gas station, where prices reached $4.49 a gallon for regular fuel. Cheap works in By Don Thompson
San Mateo and purchased a hybrid car to keep the cost of commuting at a minimum. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Gas prices surge


SACRAMENTO — California lawmakers
worked to find common ground Tuesday
between law enforcement groups and
reformers intent on adopting first-in-the-
nation standards designed to limit fatal
shootings by police.
A state Senate committee tied a police-
Average price per gallon in California hits $4 for first time since 2014 backed measure requiring more training to a
competing proposal allowing police to kill
By Zachary Clark only if they have exhausted non-lethal
efforts to resolve or de-escalate a situation.

Gov. Gavin Newsom seeks DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

California motorists are paying more at


the pump than they have in five years, with
The fatal police shooting of unarmed van-

See RULES, Page 19

explanation for fuel spike


By Adam Beam
surging prices primarily due to maintenance
upgrades and repairs at refineries across the
state, officials said. 
The state’s average gas price is currently
Divisions form on
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
hovering at $4.03 per gallon — a 70 cent
increase within the last month, said AAA
Northern California spokesman Michael
California charter
SACRAMENTO — California’s governor
wants to know why gas prices are higher
than in the rest of the country, blaming
Blasky.
“It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a
spike like this,” he said, adding that the
school policy bills
potential “inappropriate industry prac-
tices” Tuesday rather than the state’s high-
average price hasn’t surpassed the $4 mark- Mixed perspective shared on
er since July of 2014. “California refineries
er taxes and tougher environmental regula- produce all the gasoline that Californians effort to establish moratorium
tions. use because of fuel requirements and if there By Austin Walsh
Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom asked are local refinery issues then it has an DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
the California Energy Commission for an immediate impact on California prices
analysis of the state’s gas prices by May overnight.” While deep divisions form over a new
15. California drivers were paying an aver- And a cleaner blend of fuel mixed with slate of bills aiming to establish more
age of $4.03 per gallon Tuesday, or $1.18 ethanol must be used during the summer in stringent regulations on charter schools,
more than the national average, according California, what’s called the “summer some favor a more measured approach to
to AAA. blend.”  crafting school choice policy.
Higher taxes, along with a combination REUTERS FILE PHOTO “No other place produces that blend so A group of state assemblymembers and
of tougher gas standards and environmen- Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to know why the there’s no easy way to get a resupply from senators made their case for charter school
state’s gas prices are higher than in the rest another region if we get a problem locally,” reform by seeking to enhance local control,
See NEWSOM, Page 18 of the country.
See GAS, Page 18 See CHARTER, Page 27
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2 Wednesday • April 24, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“The door to the past is a strange door. It swings
open and things pass through it, but they pass in
one direction only. No man can return across that
threshold, though he can look down still and see
the green light waver in the water weeds.”
— Loren Eiseley, American anthropologist

This Day in History


The United States launched an unsuc-

1980 cessful attempt to free the American


hostages in Iran, a mission that result-
ed in the deaths of eight U.S. service-
men.
In  1 8 0 0 ,   Congress approved a bill establishing the
Library of Congress.
In  1 8 7 7 ,   federal troops were ordered out of New Orleans,
ending the North’s post-Civil War rule in the South.
In  1 9 1 5 ,   in what’s considered the start of the Armenian
genocide, the Ottoman Empire began rounding up Armenian
political and cultural leaders in Constantinople.
In  1 9 1 6 , some 1,600 Irish nationalists launched the
Easter Rising by seizing several key sites in Dublin. (The
rising was put down by British forces five days later.)
In 1 9 3 2 , in the Free State of Prussia, the Nazi Party gained
a plurality of seats in parliamentary elections. TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL
In  1 9 6 7 , Soviet cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov was killed TheatreWorks Silicon Valley opens The Legendary Vault during its April 27 fundraiser, allowing guests to view hundreds of props
when his Soyuz 1 spacecraft smashed into the Earth after his and costume pieces. TheatreWorks Board members (left to right) Rose Hau, Sarah Donaldson and Ronald Hayden have a
parachutes failed to deploy properly during re-entry; he was little fun with some of the treasures found in the Vault. For more information about fundraiser tickets call 463-7112 or email
the first human spaceflight fatality. events@theatreworks.org.
In 1 9 7 0 , the People’s Republic of China launched its first
satellite, which kept transmitting a song, “The East Is Red.”
In 1 9 9 0 , the space shuttle Discovery blasted off from Cape In other news ...
Canaveral, Florida, carrying the $1.5 billion Hubble Space warrant for illegal firearms when they between Baja California and the Arctic.
Telescope. California woman bitten by found the boys under 2-year-old inside
In 1 9 9 5 ,  the final bomb linked to the Unabomber explod- shark near Hawaii’s Big Island two cribs that were stacked on top of California woman charged
ed inside the Sacramento, California, offices of a lobbying each other and attached to the wall.
group for the wood products industry, killing chief lobbyist
WAIKOLOA VILLAGE, Hawaii —
He says deputies also found three
with dumping puppies in trash
Officials say a shark bit a California
Gilbert B. Murray. guns, ammunition and evidence of a LOS ANGELES — A California
woman near Hawaii’s Big Island and she
butane honey oil lab. woman could face up to seven years
was airlifted to a hospital.
behind bars on a slew of charges filed
Birthdays Hawaii Department of Land and
Natural Resources spokesman Dan
The boys were turned over to social
services and Zendejas and Williams Tuesday after authorities say surveil-
were arrested on illegal firearms posses- lance video showed her casually toss-
Dennison says the 65-year-old woman ing a bag of 3-day-old puppies into a
was bitten Tuesday by a 5-foot black tip sion and child endangerment charges.
trash can on a sweltering day.
reef shark.
No further details were available on
Experts hope to free Deborah Sue Culwell, 54, was charged
with seven felony counts of injuring
the extent of her injuries. entangled California gray whale the palm-sized puppies and seven mis-
The attack occurred off the coast near LAGUNA BEACH — Ocean wildlife demeanor counts of abandoning them.
Anaehoomalu Bay, near Waikoloa, a experts are urging boaters in Southern The puppies’ mother may have been
popular tourist area on the west side of California to keep an eye out for a among 38 dogs found inside Culwell’s
the Big Island. Nearby beaches were juvenile gray whale tangled in a fish home following her arrest, and authori-
Actress Shirley Actor-comedian Singer Kelly closed until further notice. net. ties were determining whether a reunion
MacLaine is 85. Cedric the Clarkson is 37. Pacific Marine Mammal Center offi- would be possible, according to the
Entertainer is 55. Parents arrested in California cials said Tuesday they are not giving Riverside County Department of
Movie director-producer Richard Donner is 89. Actress- after children found in cages up on efforts to free the whale from the Animal Services.
singer-director Barbra Streisand is 77. Former Chicago Mayor monofilament gillnet and line wrapped Though most of the 38 dogs in the
ALTURAS — Authorities in Northern around its tail and flukes. home appeared to be “somewhat
Richard M. Daley is 77. Country singer Richard Sterban (The California say the parents of two boys A response team from the center and healthy,” some were aggressive or fear-
Oak Ridge Boys) is 76. Rock musician Doug Clifford found inside cages bolted to a bedroom various agencies worked to free the ful, the agency said, adding that the
(Creedence Clearwater Revival) is 74. R-and-B singer Ann wall have been arrested for child endan- entangled whale when it was reported house was in a state of disrepair.
Peebles is 72. Rock singer-musician Rob Hyman is 69. germent. Saturday off Orange County, but the The case drew national attention after
Former Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny is 68. Actor-playwright Modoc County Sheriff Tex Dowdy mission had to be called off late in the surveillance video showed a woman
Eric Bogosian is 66. Rock singer-musician Jack Blades said Tuesday deputies arrested 25-year- day. dropping a bag with the puppies into
(Night Ranger) is 65. Actor Michael O’Keefe is 64. Rock old Ramon Zendejas and his girlfriend, The team attached a lightweight the trash Thursday before taking off in a
musician David J (Bauhaus) is 62. Actor Glenn Morshower is 25-year-old Mercadies Williams on orange buoy to help relocate the whale, Jeep Wrangler. Authorities posted the
60. Rock musician Billy Gould is 56. Actor Djimon Hounsou Friday after deputies found the boys in but boats dispatched again on Sunday video to social media to help track her
is 55. Rock musician Patty Schemel is 52. Actress Stacy the cages. were unable to find it. down, but they ultimately found
Haiduk is 51. Rock musician Aaron Comess (Spin Doctors) is Dowdy says deputies went to the Gray whales swim along the Culwell based on a search of the Jeep’s
51. Actor Aidan Gillen is 51. Actress Melinda Clarke is 50. home in Tulelake to execute a search California coast as they migrate plate number.
Actor Rory McCann is 50.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
April 20 Powerball Fantasy Five
Unscramble these Jumbles, Wednes day :  Partly cloudy in the morn-
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 3 27 30 63 65 1 1 15 28 32 34 ing then becoming sunny. Highs in the
Powerball
lower 60s to mid 70s.
PENIT April 23 Mega Millions Daily Four We dn e s day   n i g h t   an d  Th urs day :
Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 50s. Highs
7 24 30 48 67 9 3 1 6 3 in the 60s to lower 70s.
Mega number
Daily three midday Thurs day   ni g ht:  Mostly clear in the
TIYWT April 20 Super Lotto Plus
evening then becoming mostly cloudy.
Lows in the mid 50s.
8 5 3
1 3 21 27 30 23 Fri day : Mostly cloudy in the morning then becoming part-
Daily three evening ly cloudy. Highs in the upper 50s to lower 70s.
Mega number

LOLWEM 7 3 3 Fri day  Ni g ht And Saturday : Partly cloudy.


Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in the 50s to upper 60s.
The Daily Derby race winners are Winning Spirit, No. Saturday  Ni g ht:Mostly clear in the evening then becom-
9, in first place; Eureka, No. 7, in second place; and ing partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s.
Solid Gold, No. 10, in third place. The race time was Sunday : Partly cloudy. Highs in the 50s to upper 60s.
TYEALL clocked at 1:42.09.

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San Carlos joins cities in opposition of SB 50 Police reports
Sofa king problematic
By Anna Schuessler bers approved also advo- Senate Governance and Finance Committee
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF cated for amendments April 24. A couch was blocking a full lane on
limiting increased The letter also noted the city’s efforts to Highway 101 in Redwood City, it was
San Carlos officials joined officials from height limits to multi- provide flexible development standards for reported at 7:42 p.m. Thursday, April
cities across the Peninsula in voting family and mixed-use affordable housing projects and an inclu- 18.
Monday to submit a letter opposing a pro- zones to preserve single- sionary zoning ordinance mandating devel-
posed boost of residential construction near family neighborhoods, opers to designate 15% of the units in a
jobs and transit hubs under Senate Bill among other sugges- given residential development to be afford- REDWOOD CITY
authored by state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San tions. able at below-market rates. As s aul t. Someone punched another person
Francisco. Scott Wiener Though Olbert largely Councilmembers continued their discus- in the face on Middlefield Road, it was
A letter outlining concerns and sugges- agreed with the version sion of strategies for boosting the number reported at 11:12 p.m. Monday, April 22.
tions councilmembers have for the contro- of the letter city staff drafted, he hoped to of affordable units built in the city, pegging Di s turbance. A man was grabbing food
versial housing bill allowing greater hous- include language acknowledging the role a review of the city’s below-market-rate and from customers on Veterans Boulevard, it
ing density and building heights within cities can play in addressing the regional accessory dwelling unit ordinances as was reported at 9:56 p.m. Monday, April
quarter-mile and half-mile distances of tran- housing crisis. He said he is open to the among the policies officials could consider 22.
sit stops and job centers received a vote of state holding cities accountable for build- amending to boost housing production. Threat. A man threatened a dog walker as
4-1 from San Carlos city officials, with ing housing but didn’t favor the bill’s pro- Whether to reduce fees associated with they passed by on Crescent Circle, it was
Mayor Mark Olbert voting against the draft posal to dictate where housing takes shape. ADUs and other residential projects and reported at 4:10 p.m. Monday, April 22.
up for review Monday. “I would be OK with SB 50 if it stopped require developers to include below-market- Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen on
The letter acknowledged the city is on telling us exactly where to build the hous- rate units in their projects instead of allow- Pelican Lane, it was reported at 1:06 p.m.
track to build the 596 units the city is ing,” he said, according to a video of the ing them to pay in-lieu fees are among the Sunday, April 21.
required to build between 2015 and 2023 as meeting. “I just would like to preserve some questions city officials will discuss. Petty theft. Someone stole an Easter
part of its state-mandated Regional Housing local control as to where we build it.” They have also discussed the possibility Basket on El Camino Real, it was reported
Needs Allocation and has sought zoning and SB 50 was last amended March 11 and of scoping higher densities in specific
at 10:53 a.m. Sunday, April 21.
housing policies that can accommodate passed out of the Senate Committee on zones in the city as well as relax parking
Petty theft. Someone stole items out of
affordable housing. The draft councilmem- Housing April 2. It will be heard by the requirements to allow for more units.
an unlocked vehicle on Veterans Boulevard,
it was reported at 8:43 a.m. Sunday, April
Judge OKs bankrupt PG&E’s plan for $235 million in bonuses 21.

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the bonuses. The utility has been blamed for more than
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. said the pay- a dozen of California’s most destructive Fraud. Fraud occurred on Fairway Drive, it
ments would be heavily weighted toward wildfires in the past two years. A November was reported at 6:52 p.m. Wednesday, April
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge
achieving safety goals and were needed to fire that essentially wiped out the Northern 17.
approved Pacific Gas & Electric Corp.’s
promote stability in its workforce amid the California town of Paradise was the dead- Petty theft. Someone stole items from
plans Tuesday to pay $235 million in
chaos surrounding the company. The pay- liest and most destructive in state history. Walgreens on El Camino Real, it was report-
employee bonuses this year, despite the
California utility’s bankruptcy and objec- ments will not go to senior management but Lawyers for wildfire victims have argued ed at 5:46 p.m. Wednesday, April 17.
tions from lawyers of victims of the state’s be given to about 10,000 rank-and-file that PG&E created an incentive plan with Burg l ary . A burglary occurred at IHOP on
massive wildfires. employees, the newspaper reported. goals that were too easy to achieve, a claim South Airport Boulevard, it was reported at
PG&E has said the bonus program was the utility denies, saying it is focused on 11:06 a.m. Wednesday, April 17.
The Sacramento Bee reports that U.S. Tres pas s i ng . Someone was caught tres-
restructured with its Chapter 11 case in meeting ambitious safety goals.
Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali approved
mind. The utility scrapped its plan to pay $130 passing on South Airport Boulevard, it was
the plan at a hearing in San Francisco. His
million in bonuses for 2018. Attorneys for reported at 10:48 a.m. Wednesday, April 17.
ruling came two weeks after he delayed a PG&E filed for bankruptcy in January in
decision, saying he needed more informa- the face of billions of dollars in potential wildfire victims had objected to the awards. Burg l ary . A vehicle was stolen on Beacon
tion from PG&E about the thresholds liability from huge wildfires in California The new bonus figure is for work done in Street, it was reported at 12:38 p. m.
employees would need to meet to qualify for in 2017 and 2018. 2019. Tuesday, April 16.

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Google’s Wing Aviation gets FAA OK for drone deliveries
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS had to show that one of its drone deliveries
would pose less risk to pedestrians than the
WASHINGTON — Google affiliate Wing same trip made in a car. The company said
Aviation has received federal approval its drones have flown more than 70,000 test
allowing it to make commercial deliveries flights and made more than 3,000 deliveries
by drone. to customers in Australia.
It’s the first time a company has gotten a The company is touting many benefits
federal air carrier certification for drone from deliveries by electric drones. It says
deliveries. medicine and food can be delivered faster,
The approval from the Federal Aviation that drones will be especially helpful to
Administration means that Wing can oper- consumers who need help getting around,
ate commercial drone flights in part of and that they can reduce traffic and emis-
Virginia, which it plans to begin later this sions.
year. Drone usage in the U.S. has grown rapid-
The FAA said Tuesday that the company ly in some industries such as utilities,
met the agency’s safety requirements by pipelines and agriculture. But drones have
participating in a pilot program in Virginia faced more obstacles in delivering retail
with the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership packages and food because of federal regula-
and Virginia Tech, and by conducting thou- tions that bar most flights over crowds of
sands of flights in Australia over the past people and beyond sight of the operator
several years. without a waiver from the FAA.
“This is an important step forward for the The federal government recently estimat-
safe testing and integration of drones into ed that about 110,000 commercial drones
our economy, ” Transportation Secretary Google affiliate Wing gets FAA approval to begin commercial deliveries by drone in Virginia. were operating in the U.S., and that number
Elaine Chao said in a statement. that would take part in commercial deliver- Christiansburg, Virginia. is expected to zoom to about 450,000 in
Wing said the approval “means that we ies. It said it plans to spend the next sever- Wing said it will “solicit feedback with 2022.
can begin a commercial service delivering al months demonstrating its technology the goal of launching a delivery trial later Amazon is working on drone delivery, a
goods from local businesses to homes in and answering questions from people and this year.” topic keen to CEO Jeff Bezos. Delivery
the United States.” businesses in Blacksburg and Wing said that to win FAA certification it companies including UPS and DHL have
The company didn’t name any businesses also conducted tests.

US expands probe into air bag failures to 12.3M vehicles


By Tom Krisher it’s committed to safety and is cooperating found two recent serious crashes involving component provided what appears to be a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with NHTSA and automakers in the investi- 2018 and 2019 Toyota Corollas in which defective part across multiple manufacturers
gation. the air bags did not inflate. One person was and 12 million cars,” Levine said. “While
DETROIT — U.S. auto safety regulators The case is another in a long list of prob- killed. Toyota said it’s cooperating in the the first fatality reports emerged three years
have expanded an investigation into mal- lems with auto industry air bags, including probe, doing its own investigation and will ago, it has taken a higher body count for
functioning air bag controls to include 12.3 faulty and potentially deadly Takata air bag take “any appropriate action.” more significant action to be taken by
million vehicles equipped with bags that inflators. At least 24 people have been Jason Levine, executive director of the NHTSA and most impacted manufacturers
may not inflate in a crash. The problem killed worldwide and more than 200 injured Center for Auto Safety, a nonprofit con- remain silent. The industry needs to do bet-
could be responsible for as many as eight by the Takata inflators, which can explode sumer group, said the ZF-TRW case shows ter.”
deaths. with too much force and hurl dangerous the auto industry thus far has learned very
Vehicles made by Toyota, Honda, Kia, shrapnel into the passenger cabin. The NHTSA said it will take “appropriate
little from Takata. action” based on the investigation’s find-
Hyundai, Mitsubishi and Fiat Chrysler from inflators touched off the largest series of
the 2010 through 2019 model years are automotive recalls in U.S. history with as “A single supplier of an important safety ings.
included in the probe, which was revealed many as 70 million inflators to be recalled
Tuesday in documents posted by the by the end of next year. About 100 million
National Highway Traffic Safety inflators are to be recalled worldwide.
Administration. It involves air bag control On April 19, NHTSA upgraded the ZF-TRW
units made by ZF-TRW that were installed in probe from a preliminary evaluation to an
the vehicles. engineering analysis, which is a step closer
The control units can fail in a crash, pos- toward seeking recalls. So far, only Hyundai
sibly because of unwanted electrical signals and Kia and Fiat Chrysler have issued recalls
produced by the crash itself that can disable in the case. Four deaths that may have been
an air bag control circuit housed in the pas- caused by the problem were reported in
senger compartment, according to NHTSA Hyundai-Kia vehicles and three in Fiat
documents. The electrical signals can dam- Chrysler automobiles. NHTSA opened an
age the control circuit, the documents say. investigation in March of 2017 involving
ZF, a German auto parts maker which the TRW parts in Hyundais and Kias.
acquired TRW Automotive in 2015, said that The upgrade came after investigators
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Americans getting more inactive, computers partly to blame


By Lindsey Tanner ods of sitting can increase risks for obesity,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS diabetes, heart disease and some cancers.
U.S. activity guidelines released last fall say
Americans are becoming increasingly adults need at least 150 minutes to 300 min-
sedentary, spending almost a third of their utes of moderate-to-vigorous activity each
waking hours sitting down, and computer week, things like brisk walking, jogging,
use is partly to blame, a new study found. biking or tennis. Muscle strengthening two
Over almost a decade, average daily sitting days weekly is also advised. Immediate ben-
time increased by roughly an hour, to about efits include reduced blood pressure and anx-
eight hours for U.S. teens and almost 6 1/2 iety and better sleep. Long-term benefits
hours for adults, according to the include improved brain health and lower
researchers. That includes school and work risks for falls.
hours, but leisure-time computer use among Kids aged 6 through 17 need 60 minutes of
all ages increased too. moderate-to-vigorous physical activity
By 2016, at least half of American kids and daily. Regular activity is even recommended
adults spent an hour or more of leisure time for kids as young as 3. But only about 1 in 4
daily using computers. The biggest increase U.S. adults and 1 in 5 teens get recommend-
was among the oldest adults: 15% of retire- ed amounts.
ment-aged adults reported using computers College student Daisy Lawing spends a lot
that often in 2003-04, soaring to more than of time sitting, but says she doesn’t have
half in 2015-16. much choice. Classes and homework on the
Most Americans of all ages watched TV or computer take up much of her day.
videos for at least two hours daily and that “I always feel bad” about being inactive,
was mostly unchanged throughout the study, she said Tuesday at an Asheville, North
KALAMAZOO PUBLIC LIBRARY ON VISUALHUNT.COM ranging from about 60% of kids aged 5 to Carolina, cafe, explaining that she did a
A new study shows Americans are becoming increasingly sedentary, computers partly to blame. 11, up to 84% of seniors. school paper about the benefits of physical
“Everything we found is concerning,” said activity.
lead author Yin Cao, a researcher at “I try to walk a lot, try to work out twice a
Washington University’s medical school in week. But sometimes I can’t because I’m too
St. Louis. “The overall message is pro- busy with school,” Lawing, 21, a junior at
longed sitting is highly prevalent,” despite Appalachian State University in Boone.
prominent health warnings about the dan- Peter T. Katzmarzyk of the Pennington
gers of being too sedentary. Biomedical Research Center in Baton
The researchers analyzed U.S. government Rouge, Louisiana, said people who sit all
health surveys from almost 52,000 day need to do more than the minimum rec-
Americans, starting at age 5, from 2001- ommended amount of physical activity to
2016. Total sitting time was assessed for counteract the harms of being sedentary.
teens and adults starting in 2007. The results “We’ve just got to really work on the pop-
were published Tuesday in the Journal of the ulation to get the message out there.
American Medical Association. Physical activity is good for everyone,” he
Studies have shown that prolonged peri- said.

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Around the nation
Biden to announce 2020 bid on Thursday
WASHINGTON — Answering perhaps the most signifi-
cant question of the early 2020 election season, former Vice
President Joe Biden will launch his pres-
idential campaign on Thursday.
The move, confirmed by a person
familiar with his plans, sets up the 76-
year-old lifelong politician as a front-
runner in the crowded Democratic contest
as the party fights to determine who’s
best positioned to defeat President
Donald Trump next year.
Joe Biden Biden, who spent the last five decades
in Washington but never lost touch with
his working-class background, is scheduled to face union
workers in Pittsburgh on Monday as part of the rollout tour,
the person said, speaking on the condition of anonymity to
disclose private conversations.
While he may be popular with the white working-class in
the Midwest, it’s unclear if Biden will appeal to the more
REUTERS liberal voters who tend to have outsized sway in Democratic
Attorney Jeff Anderson speaks during a news conference accusing the Boy Scouts of America of harboring thousands of primary contests.
sexual abusers in New York. His decision largely settles the crowded and diverse
Democratic presidential field at 20 candidates, including six

Looming wave of sexual abuse women, five racial minorities and one member of the
LGBTQ community. Biden would be the most experienced
politician in the race, and the second-oldest, after 77-year-

cases poses threat to Boy Scouts


old Bernie Sanders.

Dem donors swoon, and


By David Crary Pennsylvania and California. tion, and she defended its current abuse- sometimes fight, over Pete Buttigieg
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In New York and elsewhere, lawyers prevention policies. The organization WASHINGTON — Pete Buttigieg is suddenly the hottest
are hard at work recruiting clients to sue serves more than 2.2 million youths. ticket for Democratic donors in the 2020 presidential con-
NEW YORK — The lawyers’ ads on the Boy Scouts, alleging they were A bankruptcy by the Boy Scouts test.
the internet aggressively seeking molested as youths by scoutmasters or could be unprecedented in its complexi- Entertainment moguls are fighting
clients to file sexual abuse lawsuits other volunteers. ty, potentially involving plaintiffs in over who will host Hollywood fundraisers
give a taste of what lies ahead this year Plaintiffs’ lawyers “recognize that virtually every state, according to sev- for the 37-year-old mayor of South Bend,
for the Boy Scouts of America: poten- this is a very unique and lucrative eral lawyers. It would be national in Indiana. Democratic donors are shower-
tially the most fateful chapter in its opportunity,” said attorney Karen scope, unlike the various Catholic ing him with praise. And he has been
109-year history. Bitar, who formerly handled sex-crime Church bankruptcy cases in the U.S., repeatedly selling out fundraisers across
Sexual abuse settlements have cases as a prosecutor in Brooklyn which have unfolded diocese by dio- the U.S.
already strained the Boy Scouts’ before going into private practice. cese. Whether the gay former military officer
finances to the point where the organi- Attorney Tim Kosnoff, a veteran of “A Boy Scout bankruptcy would be
zation is exploring “all available major sexual abuse lawsuits against the bigger in scale than any other sex abuse Pete Buttigieg and Rhodes scholar will be able to capi-
talize on his improbable star turn and
options,” including Chapter 11 bank- Roman Catholic Church, said Tuesday bankruptcy,” said Seattle-based attor- build out a campaign with staying power remains to be seen.
ruptcy. But now the financial threats that he and his team have signed up 186 ney Mike Pfau, whose firm is represent- What is indisputable, however, is that donors are clamor-
have intensified. clients from dozens of states in just the ing more than 300 victims in New York ing for more. That could help thaw a Democratic money
The reason: States have been mov- past few weeks who want to be part of state. game that’s been largely frozen during the early months of
ing in recent months to adjust their litigation against the Boy Scouts. Jeffrey Schwartz, a New York-based the primary, with many major financiers waiting for the
statute-of-limitations laws so that Kosnoff said 166 of them identified bankruptcy expert with the firm crowded field to thin.
victims of long-ago sexual abuse can alleged abusers who have not been McKool Smith, said the Boy Scouts “He absolutely must be part of the conversation. I want to
sue for damages. New York state has named in any of the Boy Scout files don’t have a particularly large flow of see him in the top tier,” said Susie Tompkins Buell, a top
passed a law that will allow such law- made public in past years. cash and might be forced to sell off Hillary Clinton donor who recently held an event for
suits starting in August. A similar bill Boy Scouts spokeswoman Effie property in bankruptcy. The Boy Buttigieg at a San Francisco yacht club despite previously
in New Jersey has reached the gover- Delimarkos said the organization con- Scouts have extensive land holdings, announcing her support for Sen. Kamala Harris of
nor’s desk. Bills also are pending in tinues to evaluate its financial situa- including camping and hiking terrain. California. “I’m very much supporting Kamala.
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Putin, Kim to meet in Russia’s Far East on Thursday


By Nataliya Vasilyeva Trump’s meetings with Kim. U.S.-South Korean military drills
and Vladimir Isachenkov Kim had two summits with helped reduce tensions and created
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Trump, but the latest in Vietnam in conditions for further progress.
February collapsed because North Ushakov said that Putin-Kim
MOSCOW — Russian President Korea wanted more sanctions summit’s agenda will also include
Vladimir Putin will meet with relief than Washington was will- bilateral cooperation. He added
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ing to give for the amount of that Russia’s trade with North
for a much-anticipated summit on nuclear disarmament offered by Korea is minuscule at just $34 mil-
Thursday, the Kremlin said, end- Pyongyang. lion last year, mostly because of
ing weeks of speculation about the Putin’s adviser added that the the international sanctions
meeting’s timing and venue. Kremlin would try to help “create against Pyongyang.
Preparations for the meeting in preconditions and a favorable Russia would like to gain broad-
Vladivostok, a Russia city on the atmosphere for reaching solid er access to North Korea’s mineral
Pacific, were held in secrecy agreements on the problem of the resources, including rare metals.
because of North Korean security Korean Peninsula,” Ushakov said. Pyongyang, for its part, covets
concerns, Kremlin adviser Yuri Ushakov pointed at a Russia- Russia’s electricity supplies and
Ushakov said Tuesday. China roadmap that offered a step- wants to attract Russian invest-
Ushakov said the talks would by-step approach to solving the ment to modernize its dilapidated
focus on the standoff over the nuclear standoff and called for Soviet-built industrial plants,
North’s nuclear program, noting sanctions relief and security guar- railways and other infrastructure.
REUTERS FILE PHOTOS that Russia will seek to “consoli- antees to Pyongyang. He noted In the meantime, Vladivostok
A combination of file photos shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and date the positive trends” stem- that the North’s moratorium on has been seeing a number of
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. ming from U.S. President Donald nuclear tests and scaling down of unusually strict security measures.

Saudi Arabia beheads 37 for terrorism crimes; most Shiites


By Aya Batrawy ist to a pole as a warning to oth- “This is the largest mass execu- Saudi Arabia since Jan. 2, 2016, Saudi Embassy in Tehran. Saudi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ers. tion of Shiites in the kingdom’s when the kingdom executed 47 Iran ties have not recovered and
The executions were likely to history,” he said. people for terrorism-related the embassy remains shuttered.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates stoke further regional and sectari- Amnesty International also crimes in what was the largest King Salman ratified by royal
— Saudi Arabia on Tuesday an tensions between rivals Saudi confirmed the majority of those mass execution carried out by decree Tuesday’s mass execution
beheaded 37 Saudi citizens, most Arabia and Iran. executed were Shiite men. The Saudi authorities since 1980. and that of 2016. The king, who
of them minority Shiites, in a Saudi dissident Ali Al-Ahmed, rights group said they were con- Among those executed three has empowered his son Crown
mass execution across the coun- who runs the Gulf Institute in victed “after sham trials” that years ago were four Shiites, Prince Mohammed bin Salman,
try for alleged terrorism-related Washington, identified 34 of relied on confessions extracted including prominent Shiite cleric has asserted a bolder and more
crimes. It also publicly pinned those executed as Shiites based through torture. Nimr al-Nimr, whose death decisive leadership style than
the executed body and severed on the names announced by the It marked the largest number of sparked protests from Pakistan to previous monarchs since ascend-
head of a convicted Sunni extrem- Interior Ministry. executions in a single day in Iran and the ransacking of the ing to the throne in 2015.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • April 24, 2019 9


Letters to the editor Earth Day message
“S
friend or family member. Never the shopping district reflects our values. ome parts of the past must be preserved and
Open letter to the Peninsula less, sadly what’s done is done.  some of the future prevented at all costs.”
Health Care District Board In 2000, the alumni compromised, Mason Bates
— Ashleigh Brilliant.
by allowing the Raven to become the Some of the latest in the bunch of lies that we’ve had to
Editor, Burlingame
mascot? And we thought it was done, endure from our president have to do with wind power —
We write this letter as clergy in San specifically turbines. He falsely claims (among other
Mateo County in relation to your role well we know it wasn’t and as of the
18th the feelings of thousands and things) that “wind turbines diminish property values by
as custodians of a precious parcel of
the foundation of what Sequoia was
Mueller report 75 percent” and nonsensically claimed that if they’re used
publicly owned land. Your vision is to generate electricity, “TVs won’t work during calm
that all residents of the district enjoy built on, by its alumni have been Editor,
ignored. Those alumni who went on I am in the midst of reading the weather” and that “noise from wind farms causes cancer.” 
optimal health and ongoing well- Our president obviously has no regard for the truth and
to serve in the military or became Mueller report. The part about the
being at every age and stage of life. spouts off anything that comes to mind — regardless of
teachers, coaches, city leaders. Yet I Russian involvement is more chilling
As faith leaders, we share that vision than a spy novel because it actually the issue. According to The Washington Post, Trump’s
with you. know and understand that political
correctness and the interpretation of happened to our country. penchant for making false and misleading statements has
Every day we are engaged with our When the details are presented in accelerated from 5.9 a day in his first year in office until
elderly congregants who are all too Assembly Bill 30 led to legitimize
one place, as Mueller has done, the now, in 2019, when they have risen to 22 a day. And how
often experiencing deep pain as a the final decision. 
extent of Russian involvement, about this — reported in Thomas Friedman’s column in
result of a lack of fairness around The district has the power to give
sophistication and success is alarm- the Mercury News on April 14? “While this historic
housing in our county. We all know back to a group of individuals that
ing. It’s hard to conclude anything, weather disaster” (a disas-
that housing has everything to do were given so much and have taken so but that they materially affected the trous cyclone in Southeast
with health and well-being. We have a much of what was one of the greatest outcome of the election, and that there Asia) “was unfolding,
collective responsibility to ensure times in their lives. In all nations, was an alliance with the Trump cam- President Donald Trump
that vital conditions for well-being including the Aztecs, all held in high paign in some form. It’s startling that was urging Republicans not
are available to all in society. regard in their history of being war- there are no laws to protect us from to kill the Democrats’
In that spirit we are asking you to riors. I personally think the name how that campaign behaved. Green New Deal proposal
reconsider your vision for the use of should be the Warriors and I hope my But don’t take my word for it. Read — because he wants to run
the Trousdale land. This publicly fellow alumni agree, and with all due the report, unfiltered by the media or against it in 2020.”
owned parcel represents an opportuni- respect to the current student body politicians. It’s as easy a read as a Quite a few years ago,
ty — even more so one that carries and especially to the athletes. Please crime story. when visiting Coyote
with it a moral responsibility — to give us back just a little of what we Point Environmental
provide as many seniors as possible have loved and cherished for so many Museum (which is now
years. “ Please” and Thank you.  Alan Fleishman
an affordable place to live. known as CuriOdyssey), I
We call upon you to immediately San Carlos
read the following maxim
pause and consider options that will James Clarke which I always recall on
enable more affordable rental apart- Boulder Creek Change to ECO100 Earth Day. “Human beings must learn again to adapt them-
ments to be built on the land. The letter writer is an alumni of selves to the natural order of the life sphere or their inven-
Alternatives to market rate housing Sequoia High School, class of Editor, tions may carry them and all other organisms to extinc-
are possible — they must be vigor- 1976.     The San Mateo Union High School tion.”
ously explored — and we all share a District currently has a prime opportu- As Eric Fromm wrote in 1976 in his book, “To Have or
responsibility in doing what we can nity to prove its commitment to a To Be”: “The almost unbelievable fact is that no serious
to provide quality of life for our sen- Cherokees healthier, more sustainable future for effort is made to avert what looks like a final decree of
iors who call this home. its students. By upgrading its electrici- fate. While in our private lives nobody except a mad per-
Editor, ty plan to Peninsula Clean Energy
We pray that you will answer our son would remain passive in view of the threat to his total
Regarding the story “Sequoia High (PCE) ECO100, which would ensure
collective call and take all of the existence, those who are in charge of public affairs do
School name change final” in the the district’s electricity needs come
steps necessary to provide as much practically nothing, and those who have entrusted their
April 19 edition of the Daily Journal. from 100 percent renewable sources,
affordable housing as possible on fate to them continue to do nothing. How is it possible
This should have been voted on by all the district can set an example for the
this sacred piece of public land. We that the strongest of all instincts, that for survival, seems
alumni. We outnumber those who communities it serves. While the dis-
look forward to working with you to to have ceased to motivated us.”
passed this change. We would have trict installed solar panels at each of
help bring our hope to fruition. In many ways, the changes needed to save our planet
won if it had been put to a vote. its six schools in 2013 with Measure
will be hard coming. The ideal way to begin would be to
M Bond funds, which have reduced its
The Rev. Dr. Penny Nixon carbon emissions by around 1,400 have government leaders who motivate people to action.
Congregational Church of San Mateo Carren Larson tons per year, upgrading to ECO100 But too often our leaders take actions that make it look
Cave Creek, Arizona would be a more cost-effective way to like they are doing something effective — conferences,
Rabbi Marvin Goodman resolutions, putting issues to committee for study, and
Peninsula Sinai Congregation, Foster City reach a net-zero goal. Although the
solar panels produced about half of the one very often used — well-calculated rhetoric. All the
Pastor Holly Hillman Books Inc. leaving district’s electricity needs in FY 2017- while they are catering to lobbyists who want to make
Burlingame United Methodist Church 18, they cost around $3 million to sure that there is no legislation that will cramp the style
Editor, of other corporate interests.
The abov e three clergy were among Burlingame lost a bit of its soul install. The PCE ECO100 program,
the 28 who signed the letter as mem- meanwhile, would cost roughly In the sociopathic system that ours is rapidly becom-
when Books Inc. left. ing, those in charge are more often concerned with their
bers of the San Mateo County Faith A bookstore is an important ele- $53,000 more per year and give the
Leaders’ Solidarity Cohort. district a net-zero carbon footprint. own personal success than in social responsibility. Few
ment of any community; and that of us do much more than bat an eye when politicians and
shop brought me there many week- As an intern with the nonprofit
Citizens Environmental Council of corporate and business executives make decisions that
ends with my children. Communities
Sequoia Cherokees such as Berkeley have found ways to Burlingame and current junior at benefit them personally or are advantageous to the corpo-
Burlingame High School, I would like ration but will be harmful ecologically now or in the
Editor, encourage a diverse array of business- future.
Over the past few days, I have to to call on SMUHSD to follow the
es without trampling over the rights Any alternative view of society that would make inroads
visionary lead of the city of
say that I suffered through the of commercial property owners, and into the environmental crisis is stifled by the fearful,
Burlingame and 14 other local public
anguish of our school having to our local officials would earn much rigid, authoritarian system. Great minds who question that
institutions by upgrading to PCE
remove the name of its teams since goodwill by better supporting busi- ECO100. the American way is the only way or the best way are not
1926 (“Sequoia High School name nesses of community value. Watching enough heard. To many people, it is heretical to think that
change final” in the April 19 edition Books Inc. be replaced by yet another Mark Habelt the “being mode” is much more conducive to planetary
of the Daily Journal). Kind of like the skin-makeup-botox spa, our commu- well-being than the “having mode.” As Fromm wrote:
five stages of living with a death of a nity should think about the ways this Burlingame
“Indeed, as long as the problems of social reconstruction
will not, even if only partly, take the place of preoccupa-
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It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most lacking to visualize new and realistic alternatives.”
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those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. remember that we human beings cannot ravage the earth at
By combining local news and sports coverage, our will without taking into account the future devastating
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S&P 500, Nasdaq close at record highs


By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 26,695.96
The S&P 500 hit an all-time high Tuesday, Low: 26,503.56
marking the stock market’s complete recov-
Close: 26,656.39
ery from a nosedive at the end of last year.
The benchmark index’s previous record Change: +145.34
was set last September, shortly before the
market sank in the fourth quarter amid fears of OTHER INDEXES
a recession, an escalating trade war between S&P 500: 2933.68 +25.71
the U.S. and China, and concern the Federal NYSE Index: 12,993.86 +79.58
Reserve was moving too aggressively to
raise interest rates. Nasdaq: 8120.82 +105.56
Those concerns have eased or taken a back NYSE MKT: 2629.04 +23.05
seat to more optimism among investors this Russell 2000: 1585.09 +25.05
year. Investors are more confident in the
Wilshire 5000: 30,300.71 +290.68
prospects for steady, if slower, growth. And
they’ve been encouraged by an increasingly
hands-off Federal Reserve, which has sig- 10-Yr Bond: 2.57 -0.02
naled this year that it may not raise interest Oil (per barrel): 66.30 +0.75
rates at all in 2019 after seven increases the Gold : 1,272.90 -4.70
prior two years.
Traders are also feeling more optimistic
about the global economy. In China, eco-
nomic growth held steady at 6.4% in the first “New highs, in and of themselves, tend to quarter of earnings growth in years. indicating that investors were more willing
quarter of the year as increased government be bullish and tend to beget more new The S&P 500 index gained 25.71 points, to take on risk. The Russell 2000 index
efforts to stem a slowdown gained traction. highs,” said Willie Delwiche, investment or 0.9%, to 2,933.68. It’s previous record picked up 25.05 points, or 1.6%, to
In the U.S., job growth rebounded in March strategist at Baird. “You have the combina- high was 2,930.75, which was set on Sept. 1,585.09. It finished well below the peak it
following a surprisingly weak February. tion of Fed friendliness, the economy still in 20. reached last August.
And the uncertainty over the costly trade good shape and some expectations from an The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose At the sector level, technology and indus-
dispute between the U.S. and China has eased earnings front being reset that create a funda- 145.34 points, or 0.5%, to 26,656.39. The trial stocks are leading the way this year,
in recent weeks amid signs that both sides mental backdrop that isn’t all together unfa- Nasdaq composite index climbed 105.56 with gains of 27.2% and 22.4%, respective-
are making progress toward reaching a reso- vorable for stocks.” points, or 1.3%, to 8,120.82, beating the ly.
lution. Tuesday’s broad rally was driven by big record high close of 8,109.69 it reached on While the S&P 500’s latest milestone
The S&P 500 has now recovered all of the U.S. companies turning in solid results for Aug. 29. reflects renewed optimism about stocks,
ground it lost last fall, gaining 24.8% since the first quarter. That surprised investors Small-company stocks rose much more where the market goes from here depends
it hit a bottom on Christmas Eve. because analysts have forecast the worst than the rest of the market, a bullish sign largely on corporate earnings growth.

Robert Half reported Business briefs


1Q earnings of $109.8M cent in the last 12 months.
MENLO PARK — Robert Half
International Inc. on Tuesday reported first- Feds: Ex-CEO is first drug
quarter earnings of $109.8 million.
The Menlo Park-based company said it
exec indicted in opioid crisis
had net income of 93 cents per share. NEW YORK — The former head of a drug
The results did not meet Wall Street distributor has been indicted on what feder-
expectations. The average estimate of six al prosecutors say are the first criminal
analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment charges against a drug company executive
Research was for earnings of 96 cents per to stem from the opioid crisis.
share. The indictment unsealed Tuesday alleges
The staffing firm posted revenue of $1.47 former Rochester Drug Co-Operative CEO
billion in the period, which also did not Laurence Doud III ordered subordinates to
meet Street forecasts. Four analysts sur- ignore red flags about certain pharmacy
veyed by Zacks expected $1.5 billion. customers to maximize company revenues
Robert Half shares have risen 20 percent and his own pay, which more than doubled
since the beginning of the year, while the between 2012 and 2016 as the company’s
Standard & Poor’s 500 index has increased sales of drugs like oxycodone and fentanyl
17 percent. In the final minutes of trading skyrocketed.
on Tuesday, shares hit $68.79, a rise of 18 Doud, 75, surrendered to authorities in REUTERS
percent in the last 12 months. New York City and is awaiting arraignment Twitter says net income for the first three months of the year rose on strong ad demand.
on two counts of conspiracy. His lawyer
Exponent reported
1Q earnings of $22.7M
said he would fight the charges. If convict-
ed, he faces a mandatory minimum sentence Twitter profit rises as Trump
of 10 years in prison, U. S. Attorney
MENLO PARK — Exponent Inc. on
Thursday reported first-quarter earnings of
Geoffrey Berman said.
Rochester Drug Co-Operative and another
demands ‘fairer’ social media
$22.7 million. former executive were also charged. The THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for being biased against
On a per-share basis, the Menlo Park- company entered into a deferred prosecu- Republicans. Twitter,
based company said it had profit of 42 tion agreement, and former compliance SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter Inc. on along with Facebook and
cents. chief William Pietruszewski reached a coop- Tuesday trumpeted strong quarterly growth in Google, has denied the
The engineering and scientific consult- eration agreement. earnings and users while President Donald existence of any political
ing company posted revenue of $99 mil- “This prosecution is the first of its kind: Trump tweeted criticism of the social media bias.
lion in the period. Its adjusted revenue was Executives of a pharmaceutical distributor site for allegedly discriminating against him The earnings report
$93.4 million. and the distributor itself have been charged politically. also included details of an
Exponent shares have climbed 11 per- with drug trafficking — trafficking the The company said net income for the first experimental app that the
cent since the beginning of the year. In same drugs that are fueling the opioid epi- three months of the year rose on strong ad Donald Trump company has been devel-
the final minutes of trading on Thursday, demic that is ravaging this country, ” demand. Daily users rose 11% to 134 million oping to make the social
shares hit $56. 29, an increase of 33 per- Berman said. for the first quarter of 2019, thanks to both media site more “conversational.”
“organic growth as well as ongoing product The app’s biggest change is that it lets
improvements and marketing.” users view an entire Twitter thread instead of
The San Francisco company started dis- having to tap through each individual post.
closing its daily user base in the previous “People love this,” said CEO Jack Dorsey,
quarter. These are users who log into the site on an earnings call. “They love this more
at least once a day and see advertisements on than the production Twitter app.”
the platform. Twitter says daily metric will Twitter executives said a small group of
replace its monthly user count, which it will people started trying the app out a month ago
stop disclosing. but did not reveal when it would be launched.
Shortly after the numbers were released, The company posted profit of $190.8 mil-
Trump took to Twitter to lambaste the social lion, or 25 cents per share, for the first quar-
media company’s treatment of him, accusing ter. After adjusting for one-time gains and
it of playing “political games.” costs, earnings rose 10% to $66.4 million,
“They don’t treat me well as a Republican. or 9 cents per share. Analysts surveyed by
Very discriminatory,” he said, and called for Zacks Investment Research forecast earnings
“more, and fairer, companies,” in an apparent of 15 cents per share.
reference to U.S. lawmakers’ interest in regu- Revenue in the period came in at $786.9
lating tech companies. Trump, without evi- million, beating analyst forecasts of $774.9
dence, has often criticized social media sites million.
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Storybook!
Sharks 5, Golden Knights 4, OT

Sharks rally behind injured captain


in a comeback OT win for the ages
By Josh Dubow time on Tuesday night.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “He’s the heart of this
team, and to see him go
SAN JOSE — In San Jose, the game will down like that and suffer
always be remembered as the Pavelski like that was heartbreak-
Payback for the four goals scored on one ing for us,” said center Joe
power play after the Sharks’ captain was Thornton, who rallied his
knocked out cold, turning around a wild Game teammates and implored
7 that finally ended in overtime. them to score three goals
In Las Vegas, the Golden Knights will Joe Pavelski on the power play to erase
always lament the call that they believe was the 3-0 deficit. “That
excessive and cost them a chance to advance power-play unit, it won us the game. The boys
to the second round. got together and said this is for Pavs. We love
him. It was just a matter of will, and we willed
The Sharks responded to the bloody injury
that one for him.”
to captain Joe Pavelski by scoring four goals
The penalty happened on a faceoff in San STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS
on the ensuing power play and then bounced
Jose’s offensive zone when Cody Eakin cross- Barclay Goodrow, right, celebrates with Marc-Edouard Vlasic, middle, and Joe Thornton after
back after allowing the game-tying goal in
the final minute of regulation to beat Vegas 5- Goodrow’s overtime goal to deliver the Sharks a 5-4 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights
4 on Barclay Goodrow’s goal 18:19 into over- See SHARKS, Page 13 in Tuesday’s Game 7 of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at SAP Center.

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to close out Clippers in Game 5
Wednesday • April 24, 2019

Singler slugs Sequoia


past San Mateo 11-7
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

With Sequoia High School last


week officially changing its mas-
cot from the Cherokee to the
Raven, they may want to consider
one more name change.
Ben Singler? How about
Bombin’ Ben?
Singler defied his name on a swel-
tering Tuesday in Redwood City not
just once, but twice, homering two
times to power the Ravens to an 11-
7 win over San Mateo.
“Both of them were big, ”
Sequoia manager Corey Uhalde
said. “The first one gives us the
lead. The second one, we’re talk-
ing about a one-run lead versus a
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL two-run lead against a team that’s
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
Ben Singler slugs his second homer going to come at you, you can’t
of the day in an 11-7 win over San Nueva School’s Cate Lee chases down a ball and makes a pass during a match at Notre Dame-Belmont.
Mateo Tuesday in Redwood City. See SEQUOIA, Page 15

Giants go deep four Battle on the ‘beach’ By Nathan Mollat

times, outlast Toronto DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

The sport, technically, should be called “sand volleyball”


because you don’t necessarily need a beach to play.
By Paul Attfield
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 7, Blue Jays 6 Notre Dame-Belmont has four sand courts now on campus,
S a n and the school is miles away from the beach.
TORONTO — Pablo Sandoval F r a n c i s c o ’s But “beach volleyball,” as it’s officially called, is not so
went 3-for-4 and homered for the Kevin Pillar much about the court as it is the lifestyle. There’s not a lot
first time this year, one of a season- drove in the of structure on the beach. There is a certain casual element
high four home runs for San opening run in to the game — both in play and in mentality. Tuesday, for
Francisco, and the offensively chal- his first game example, a WiFi speaker was streaming 1990s hip hop from
lenged Giants outlasted the Toronto against the the mobile phone of Notre Dame-Belmont head coach
Blue Jays 7-6 on Tuesday night. team that traded Kimmy Washington during matches.
Joe Panik homered and drove in him away on NDB hosted a three-team dual meet between the Tigers,
three runs, and Evan Longoria and Menlo School and Nueva School Tuesday afternoon. Palo
Brandon Belt also went deep for the Pablo Sandoval April 2. Alto was supposed to compete, but the Vikings pulled out at
J e f f
Giants, who came in 29th in the Samardzija (2-1) allowed two the last minute, Washington said.
majors in batting and ahead of just earned runs in 5 1/3 innings, No problem. Because the Tigers have arguably the most
one team in home runs. It was San improving to 3-0 in four starts players on any team in the Nor Cal Beach Volleyball league,
Francisco’s first four-homer game against the Blue Jays. He allowed 16, Washington simply put together a “B” team, if you will,
since July 4, 2018, against Arizona. five hits, walked one and struck to make up for the missing Palo Alto squad.
Rowdy Tellez hit his first career out four. Will Smith worked a per- A team not making it to an event is not unheard of.
grand slam for the Blue Jays, fect ninth for his sixth save. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL Because the sport is just a club, there are no rigid schedules.
whose four-game winning streak NDB’s Ellie Muscat lunges for a dig during a
was snapped. See GIANTS, Page 16 come-from-behind 28-26 win. See BEACH, Page 14
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the mound in her complete game shutout.


Local sports roundup
TUESDAY
Baseball
Hager held Aragon (5-3, 10-5) to four hits
while striking out eight and walking none.
Hager has now pitched 24 1/3 innings with-
out having a run recorded off of her.
Six-run fifth carries A’s
San Mateo had 10 hits as a team, but none THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A’s 11, Rangers 5
Menlo-Atherton 8, El Camino 2 of them were bigger than senior Monet
Scheller’s two-run home run in the top of OAKLAND — Matt Chapman homered and stood.
El Camino (2-7 PAL Ocean, 5-10 overall) walked three times, Marcus Semien had a
was held to only three hits compared to the fourth. Scheller went 2 for 3 with a run Oakland broke the game open with seven
and two RBI’s in the Bearcat victory. two-run double as part of a six-run fourth hits in the fourth, including two-run doubles
Menlo-Atherton’s 12. M-A senior Jake inning and the Oakland Athletics beat the
Wang went 3 for 4 with a triple, four RBIs by Semien and Josh Phegley. Laureano and
Texas Rangers 11-5 on Tuesday night. Davis also knocked in runs as the A’s sent
and two stolen bases. Bears junior Kyle Woodside 4, Half Moon Bay 2
Stephen Piscotty matched his career high 11 to the plate.
Hartmanis also had a nice game at the plate Half Moon Bay out hit Woodside 8-5, but with four hits and scored three times.
and went 3 for 3 with two runs scored. M-A the Wildcats still prevailed victorious due to Lynn allowed eight runs to match his
Piscotty has a franchise record 16-game hit- career high in 3 1/3 innings.
junior pitcher Jake Albro got the start and the Cougar pitching staff walking seven ting streak against the Rangers.
the win. He gave up two runs on three hits batters. The walks set Woodside up with run-
and walked two batters in five innings of ners in scoring position and it led to three
Slugger Khris Davis broke out of a mini CHOO’S STREAK ENDS
slump with an RBI single and Ramon
work. Menlo-Atherton (6-3, 8-11) senior runs scoring in the top of the first. Laureano drove in two runs for the A’s. Shin-Soo Choo had reached base safely in
Elliot Zeien came in relief and threw two Woodside senior Gianna Voltattorni and Every Oakland starter had at least one hit on 10 consecutive games when batting leadoff
perfect innings to close the game out. senior Devon Sheehan both went 1 for 4 a warm night when both teams hit the ball for the Rangers until going 0 for 5 with
with 2 RBIs each. Sheehan also pitched a hard most of the game. three strikeouts.
Woodside 3, Mills 2 complete game and surrendered two runs on Frankie Montas (4-1) struck out six and
Woodside 6-3 PAL Ocean, (11-7 overall) hits and two strikeouts. pitched into the sixth inning in an uneven TRAINERS ROOM
senior Max Moreno pitched a complete start to win his third straight and team-lead- Athl eti cs : Marco Estrada underwent a
game and only surrendered three hits, two Girls’ lacrosse ing fourth overall. The A’s right-hander radiofrequency ablation procedure in hopes
runs and one walk. Moreno forced a lot of Menlo-Atherton 15, Castilleja 13 allowed three runs on nine hits and over- of alleviating pain in the right-hander’s
swings and misses and finished the game The Bears rallied from an 8-3 deficit to came his own error to pitch out of a bases- lower back. Estrada went on the injured list
with 12 strikeouts. Woodside junior beat the Gators in a WBAL match. loaded, no-out jam in the fourth. April 17 with a lumbar strain. RHP Lou
Anthony Acevedo had all three of his teams M-A scored three times just before half- Danny Santana homered and had three hits Trivino continues to be unavailable because
RBIs and also hit a home run. Mills (0-9. 1- time to cut the Castilleja lead to 8-5 at half- for Texas. The Rangers have lost two of a sore thumb he injured playing catch.
17) was shut out until the sixth inning and time. straight after winning six of seven.
was one big swing away from sending this
Theresa McGannon paced the Bears’ Chapman hit his seventh home run of the UP NEXT
game into extra innings, but the comeback season off Lance Lynn (2-2) in the first but
offense with four goals and two assists. RHP Aaron Brooks (2-2, 5.32) pitches for
came up a little short. paused after connecting on the 3-2 pitch, the A’s in the season finale after allowing
Half Moon Bay 8, Aragon 0
College baseball waiting to see if the ball would stay fair as it 13 runs over 16 innings in his three previ-
sailed past the high yellow foul pole. Third ous starts. The Rangers had yet to name a
The Cougars snapped Aragon’s 10-game Skyline 8, Hartnell 2 base umpire Will Little signaled home run,
winning streak. Half Moon Bay (6-3 PAL The Trojans remained in a tie for second starter to replace Smyly.
and after a brief crew chief review, the call
Ocean, 15-5 overall) dominated from start place in the Coast Pacific Conference with
to finish and held Aragon to two hits. Half the win over the Panthers.
Moon Bay junior Danny Guevara pitched a
complete game and struck out three batters.
The game was close until Half Moon Bay
exploded for six runs in the bottom of the
Skyline (9-7 conference, 21-16 overall)
scored three runs in both the third and fifth
innings to take control.
Noah Marcelo had a big day at the plate
MLB payrolls drop
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS jects to owe $11.8 million, the Chicago Cubs
fifth to put the game out of reach. for the Trojans, going 2 for 4 with a homer,
Aragon falls to 7-2 in PAL Ocean play and a double and four RBIs. Anthony Masetti $5.3 million and the New York Yankees just
14-4 overall, as the Cougars find them- added two RBIs for Skyline. NEW YORK — Big deals for Bryce Harper, under $4 million. Figures will fluctuate during
selves a game back. Mike Trout and others that included large sign- the season because of roster moves.
Paul Ferrari earned the win on the mound
for Skyline, pitching five innings of three- ing bonuses masked an otherwise flat market Payrolls totaled $4.072 billion on opening
Softball hit ball. Aiden Yarwood worked the final for the second straight offseason that caused day, down 1.1 percent from $4.115 billion at
three innings, giving up two runs unearned Major League Baseball’s opening-day pay- the start of last season and $4.135 billion on
Notre Dame 9, Mills 5 rolls to drop by $43 million for 2019. opening day 2017, using the calculation of
Notre Dame pitcher Ashleigh Dean threw a run on four hits.
Payrolls, however, rose by $131 million salaries plus prorated shares of signing
complete game and helped her own cause by bonuses.
MONDAY when using the averages of multiyear con-
hitting two home runs. Dean finished by
tracts. Following a winter in which many Using the average annual values of con-
going 3 for 4 with four RBIs and scoring
journeymen took cuts, a string of stars signed tracts plus a little over $14 million per team
two runs. Boys’ Volleyball huge long-term agreements during March and in benefits this year — the measurement used
Mills (11-3 overall) jumped out to an
San Mateo 3, South San Francisco 1 April. for the luxury tax — payrolls went up 3% from
early 3-0, but the Notre Dame (9-5) offense
woke up and scored all nine of their runs in South San Francisco (4-10 PAL, 7-16 Since the end of last season, teams agreed to $4.415 billion to $4.545 billion, but
the last three innings. Tigers shortstop overall) secured an early lead with a 25-22 a record $4.195 billion in guarantees beyond remained below the $4.549 billion at the start
Isabella Parks also had a good day at the victory in the first game, but they failed to 2019, breaking the previous mark for out-year of 2017.
plate, going 3 for 4 with a run and an RBI. carry that momentum into the other games commitments of $3.414 billion set following Angered over the slow pace of free-agent
and lost 25-23, 25-20, 25-18 in straight the 2013 season, according to figures com- signings, players pushed for an unprecedented
San Mateo 3, Aragon 0 sets. San Mateo’s (9-4, 12-8) Landon Finn piled by the commissioner’s office and early start to labor negotiations, and clubs
San Mateo (6-3 PAL Bay, 9-4 overall) finished with 14 kills and three blocks. His obtained by The Associated Press. agreed to bargain over economic terms. The
sophomore Sage Hager had a great day on teammate Griffen Shu earned 16 kills and Just three teams are on track to pay the lux- five-year collective bargaining agreement
Jayce Gispan had 22 digs. ury tax. World Series champion Boston pro- runs until December 2021.
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Game 5, 7:30 p.m. Bruins oust Maple Leafs in Game 7 Playoff briefs Raptors rout Magic to clinch series
BOSTON — Joakim Nordstrom and Sean TORONTO — Kawhi Leonard scored 27

Warriors aim to Kuraly each had a goal and assist, Tuukka


Rask stopped 32 shots and the Boston Bruins
beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-1 in Game 7
76ers advance to second round
PHILADELPHIA — Ben Simmons thumped
his chest after a big dunk , Joel Embiid point-
points, Pascal Siakam added 24 and the
Toronto Raptors used another stifling defen-
sive effort to beat the Orlando Magic 115-96
secure series win on Tuesday night to wrap up their first-round
Eastern Conference playoff series.
Marcus Johansson added his first goal of
ed toward an overmatched defender on a slam
of his own, and the Philadelphia 76ers flexed
their offensive muscle from the opening tip
on Tuesday night, winning their first-round
playoff series in five games.
Kyle Lowry scored 14 points as the
over the Clippers the postseason for Boston and Charlie
Coyle scored on an empty netter late in the
third. Patrice Bergeron also had a late goal.
to beat the Brooklyn Nets 120-100 on
Tuesday night and close out their Eastern
Conference playoff series in five games.
Raptors finished off the Magic with ease,
bouncing back from a Game 1 defeat to win
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS by double-digits in three of the next four.
It is the Bruins’ second straight Game 7 Up next, a Round 2 series against the Toronto
Raptors, who dropped their playoff opener Toronto led by as many as 37 in the clinch-
win over the Maples Leafs and third in three
WESTERN CONFERENCE FIRST ROUND playoff matchups between the teams. before winning four straight against Orlando er, their biggest-ever margin in a playoff
Boston previously knocked Toronto out of — the same thing the Sixers did to Brooklyn. game.
Golden State leads series 3-1 the postseason with Game 7 victories in Any late arrivals missed the defining Leonard made 8 of 11 shots, including 5
2018 and 2013. The Maple Leafs have now moments of the game from a jovial Sixers of 5 from 3-point range, as the Raptors
BOTTOM LINE lost six straight road Game 7s. team that enjoyed toying with the sickly Nets. jumped on Orlando early and never trailed.
Boston advances to the Eastern The Sixers stunned the Nets with a 14-0 Leonard also made all six of his free throws.
The Golden State Warriors look to clinch run in front of the loudest and rowdiest
Conference semifinals where it will meet He checked out to cheers of “MVP, MVP”
the Western Conference first round over the packed house of the season.
Los Angeles Clippers in game five. The the Columbus Blue Jackets. with 8:05 to play and Toronto up 105-75.
Warriors won the previous matchup 113-
105. Kevin Durant scored 33 points to help “You have to give credit to Jumbo,” Couture
lead Golden State to the win and Shai said. “He gathered the guys at the bench and
Gilgeous-Alexander scored 25 points in said you guys go out and get ... three goals
defeat for Los Angeles. right now. When a guy who has played 20
years orders you around like that, bosses you
The Warriors have gone 30-11 at home. around, you have to do it. We got four.”
Golden State averages 14.3 turnovers and is Martin Jones then appeared ready to seal the
27-15 in games when they have more win, robbing Mark Stone with a glove save
turnovers than their opponent. with 3:10 to go and Vegas on the power play.
The Clippers are 22-19 on the road. Los But the Golden Knights didn’t go away and got
Angeles is 23-18 in games decided by 10 the equalizer with Fleury pulled in the final
points or more. minute.
William Karlsson, who scored the first
TOP PERFORMERS goal, leaped at the blue line to keep a puck in
the zone and then Reilly Smith ended up with
Stephen Curry leads the Warriors scoring it behind the net where he set up Marchessault
27.3 points per game and averaging 5.4 to make it 4-4 and set up overtime. It was the
rebounds and 5.2 assists. Durant has aver- third-latest tying goal in a Game 7 in NHL his-
aged 20.3 points and collected 3.8 rebounds tory but it wasn’t enough for Vegas.
while shooting 57.7 percent over the last “Last year we were in the Stanley Cup finals
STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS
10 games for Golden State. and it was tough to lose, tonight was tougher
Barclay Goodrow scores against Vegas goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury Tuesday in Game 7. than that,” coach Gerard Gallant said. “It real-
Danilo Gallinari is averaging 19. 8 caused a significant injury. ly was, the way we lost that hockey game.”
points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists for the
Clippers. Lou Williams has averaged 18.4
points and collected 2.9 rebounds while
shooting 40.6 percent over the last 10
SHARKS
Continued from page 11
The Golden Knights disagreed.
“They called five minutes for that? Why
don’t you have hockey replay or something? It
changed the whole outcome of the game,” for-
Fourth-liner Goodrow, on his second shift
in the overtime, delivered late in the extra
period. He took a pass from Erik Karlsson and
games for Los Angeles. deking his way past Fleury for the game-win-
ward Jonathan Marchessault said. “Seriously. ner that set off a wild celebration. The Sharks
checked Pavelski in the chest with 10:47 to What is that? It’s so disappointing. . The game became just the second team ever to overcome
LAST 10 GAMES play. Paul Stastny then bumped Pavelski as is not even close, it’s 3-0. Call the two, OK, a three-goal deficit in the third period of a
he fell to the ice, his helmet slamming but a five? With something you don’t even Game 7 and win, joining the Boston Bruins,
Cl i ppers : 4-6, averaging 116.1 points, see? You just called the outcome. It’s a joke,
down. Pavelski was knocked out and bleed- who did it in 2013 against Toronto.
41.5 rebounds, 27.3 assists, 8.4 steals and that’s what it is. It’s embarrassing.”
ing on the ice. “To be honest I can’t really remember what
4.2 blocks per game while shooting 47.6 The Sharks then rallied behind their captain
“You see our leader go down, he’s out cold just happened,” Goodrow said. “It was a pretty
percent from the field. Their opponents after a plea from Thornton thanks to two goals
on the ice and it was kind of like he was seizur- surreal moment. Definitely the biggest goal
have averaged 122.6 points on 48.4 per- from Couture, one from Tomas Hertl and then
ing up a little bit so tough to see,” teammate of my career, obviously.”
cent shooting. the tiebreaker from Kevin Labanc, who assist-
Logan Couture said. Eakin and Max Pacioretty also scored for
Warri o rs : 8-2, averaging 120.1 points, The officials huddled as a dazed Pavelski ed on the first three goals. That scoring spree Vegas and Fleury made 43 saves.
47.9 rebounds, 31 assists, eight steals and was helped to the locker room and gave in 4:01 against Marc-Andre Fleury sent the
Jones, who was pulled for ineffectiveness in
7.3 blocks per game while shooting 50.9 Eakin a five-minute major for cross-check- fans at the Shark Tank so used to playoff dis-
two of the first five games, made 34 saves to
percent from the field. Their opponents ing and a game misconduct. Series supervi- appointment into delirium. It marked just the
close out the series and give the Sharks their
have averaged 109.4 points on 43.5 per- sor Don VanMassenhoven said the major second time a team had scored four goals on first comeback from 3-1 down in a series in
cent shooting. penalty was given because the cross-check one major power play in a playoff game. seven tries.
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BEACH
Continued from page 11

Heck, some teams struggle to simply


come up with three, two-member teams.
So when do the clubs play?
“Any time you can schedule it,” said
Washington, who also serves as an assis-
tant on the Tigers’ indoor team. “Sometimes
it’s during the week. Sometimes it’s who’s
available to play when.”
Don’t confuse a casual atmosphere with a
lack of competitiveness. Once the players
get on the courts, their will to win comes to
the fore. It was most evident when NDB No.
1 team of Kelly Schakel and Ellie Muscat
found themselves trailing the Menlo team
of Abby Holleran and Emma Holland 24-18
in the first-to-28 game.
The NDB duo closed to 25-24 and tied it at
25-all on a Schakel kill. Muscat then post-
ed a service winner to give NDB a 26-25 NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
lead, but a Holland kill off a Tigers’ dig tied Left: Menlo School’s Simone Adam tries to get to a ball during her No. 2 match with teammate
the match at 26. is kind of learning a whole new sport.” Sharon Nejad. Above: NDB’s Kendall Peters, who earned a beach volleyball scholarship to
But a Schakel kill, followed by a Muscat Muscat also realized that excelling in the Tulane University, gives some tips to teammates Kelly Schakel and Ellie Muscat.
kill off the sideline tape gave the Tigers the beach game is another avenue to playing
victory. the sport in college, which is really starting Teams have to play at least two matches door game is the constant building up of
Menlo won the team match, however, as to take hold across the country. Muscat’s to qualify for the season-ending tourna- players, instead of tearing down.
the No. 2 team of Sharon Nejad and Simone teammate, Kendall Peters, for example, is ment. “Beach has to be more positive. You can’t
Adam, and the No. 3 tandem of Alli committed to play beach volleyball at Nueva freshman, Cate Lee, was the impe- get down. There are no subs,” Meehan said.
McKenney and Cami Israelski won their Tulane University next year. tus for the Mavericks’ beach team. She was “It’s about constantly building confidence.”
matches over NDB’s Shea Wakasa and Ellie “Since beach is such a new sport (at the the starting setter on Nueva’s indoor team It’s that positivity that leads to players
Pope, and Emma Baumgarten and Sophia collegiate level), there’s a lot of opportuni- that went 13-1 in capturing a piece of the shrugging off mistakes. When a ball splits
Rangel, respectively. ties, ” Muscat said. “There’s more of a Private School Athletic League champi- a pair of players, there are no glares or fin-
Schakel said she uses the beach game to chance of finding a spot (in a college pro- onship. They went 16-3 overall and quali- ger pointing. Most of time, the players
complement her indoor play. In fact, she gram).” fied for the Central Coast Section playoffs. simply laugh it off because, in the beach
was heading to club practice following her The NDB team is the most involved team She wanted to put together a beach squad game, players simply can’t get to every
session in the sand. in the NCVB league. Tuesday’s matches were and started telling friends and teammates ball. And it’s OK.
“Indoor is what I want to go to college the 17th and 18th on the season for the and got enough interested to field a couple “Why burn a lot of energy?” asked Menlo
for,” Schakel said. “[The beach game] really Tigers and with Tuesday’s loss to Menlo, two-man teams. School coach Tony Holland. “Don’t go
helps. I get extra passes and touches. … fell to 12-5 on the season. That record, cou- The team was making the trip from San down (diving for every ball), because then
There have been some tough times (balanc- pled with the points they have earned for Mateo to Atherton to train at Flood Park. you have to use energy to get up (and go on
ing the indoor and outdoor game), but I real- wins, has the Tigers sitting in first place But NDB invited the Mavericks to train at the attack).”
ize I love the sport.” and give them the highest seeds in the their facility. The play at Notre Dame-Belmont Tuesday
Muscat, who played both inside and out- league tournament. “Notre Dame has been awesome for us,” was one of the last opportunities to get in
side up until this season, has transitioned to For Menlo and Nueva schools, however, said Nueva coach Allison Meehan, who also some matches before the start of the season-
the beach game exclusively. this was their first seasons playing in the serves as an assistant coach for the College ending tournament at Santa Cruz May 5. The
“I played beach for fun over the summer sand. The Knights were playing in their of San Mateo women’s volleyball team. following weekend, the top two teams from
and I just realized it was superior (to the seventh and eighth matches of the season, Meehan, who also coaches for the Sand Northern and Southern California will be in
indoor game). You just play a lot more. while Nueva was playing just their fourth Legs volleyball club, said the biggest dif- a final four format to determine a state
Transitioning over (from indoor to beach) match of the season. ference she sees between the indoor and out- champion.
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Not only was the day’s home run count at double off the left-field wall to tie it.

SEQUOIA
Continued from page 11
two, and five on the season, for “Big” Ben —
the sophomore is 6-1, 265 pounds — he also
finished out the game with 1 2/3 innings of
Jack Warren and Sanchez followed with
back-to-back RBI knocks to give San Mateo a
5-3 lead. But the inning ended on an appeal
relief to earn the save. play after Tanap produced a fly ball to deep
He entered the game with two on and one center for the second out of the inning, and an
put a price on that. I would just say they out in relief of senior right-hander Alejandro apparent sacrifice fly to drive home Tommy
were both in big spots for us today.” Palomarez, who worked 2 2/3 innings in Ozawa from third base. But Sequoia appealed
It was indeed a back-and-forth game that saw relief to notch the win. He then immediately at third, where it was ruled Ozawa left early,
San Mateo lead twice in the early innings defied his big frame to get the second out of resulting in the third out of the inning.
— 5-3 at the middle of the second inning, and the inning, dancing over to first base on a “I saw him leave early,” said Goldstein, who
again 6-5 in the middle of the third. slow grounder to the right side of the infield. was coaching third base for San Mateo. “I
In the bottom of the fourth, though, Singler The first baseman attempted to field it but had thought it was the right call. It’s a tough call.
took over. He drilled a two-run blast to the ball go under his glove, but second base- But if it was me calling it, he’s out. I saw it.”
straightaway center to give Sequoia a 7-6 lead. TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL man Adam Trujillo ranged over to scoop it up Sequoia tied it in the bottom of the second.
Then after catcher JP Boyle ripped a solo Sequoia’s JP Boyle hits a grounder in the first, then throw a perfect feed to Singler covering Dillon Goetz and Nolan Doyle led off with
homer in the bottom of the fifth to give the but later hit his first varsity home run. the bag. back-to-back singles, followed by two straight
Ravens some breathing room, Singler went and Menlo-Atherton are tied for second place, Singler went on to end the threat with a sacrifice flies by Max McLellan and Trujillo.
bombs away for his second jack of the day, a each at 6-3 in league. First-place Aragon strikeout. In the seventh, the first two San The Bearcats knocked out Doyle, Sequoia’s
towering solo shot to left field to ignite a —  now looking over its shoulder after Mateo batters reached base when Dane starting pitcher, in the third, manufacturing a
three-run rally in the sixth. Tuesday’s 8-0 loss to Half Moon Bay —  is Anderson singled and Elijah Shih drew walk. run after a single by Rojas and walk by Soto.
“I just try to do my job,” Singler said, “just hanging on at 7-2. But he went on to retire the next three batters Anderson followed with a sacrifice bunt to set
try to take team at-bats just to win games, “Huge game,” San Mateo manager Neil in order to end it. up a sacrifice fly by Shih, ending Doyle’s day.
because the main goal is just to get to CCS and Goldstein said of Tuesday’s loss. The Bearcats “It was kind of stressful,” Singler said. “But
this was a pretty big game for that.” have five games left on their regular-season my coach came out and calmed me down a lit- Stellar defense
schedule. tle bit. … I kind of just knew in my head that I San Mateo added a run in the sixth on an RBI
Heated race for postseason “If we don’t win them all, we’re out,” needed to step up and take control of the double by Sanchez, but some serious defen-
The race to reach the Central Coast Section Goldstein said. “Even (if we) win them all, we game.” sive gems wrestled the small-ball approach
playoffs is heating up in the Peninsula might be out.” into submission.
Athletic League Ocean Division, with every- Sequoia, also with five games remaining, Runs and more runs early Sequoia center fielder Davin Leathers made
one who isn’t first-place Aragon essentially isn’t allowing itself nearly as much foresight. Sequoia’s three homers defied the tone set in an outstanding running catch to end the fifth,
playing for their lives. “We’re not good enough to look down the the early going. Of the Ravens’ eight hits, six amid a 6-5 Ravens’ lead, with runners on sec-
With the league receiving only two guaran- road that far,” Uhalde said. “We’ve got to kind were singles. San Mateo banged out 10 hits; ond and third. Ozawa repaid the favor in center
teed CCS postseason bids, and the third-place of do it one game at a time. I know how cliché eight were singles. for San Mateo with a rangy all-out dive into
finisher earning a shot with a play-in game it is. But we just put ourselves in a spot where, Sequoia jumped on San Mateo starting right-center to rob McLellan of extra bases to
against the PAL Lake Division champion, every game we play is now the most impor- pitcher Kilmer Sanchez in the first inning for start the sixth.
anyone looking up at those three teams come tant game of the year. So, it was really great to three runs. But the Bearcats answered back But the play of the day came from Nolasco
the end of the regular season are going to be see these guys step up in what was our biggest with five runs in the top of the second by in right field for Sequoia, who took on the
doing so from the proverbial couch. game of the year. And now we have another sending 10 batters to the plate. right field fence with an 8-7 Ravens lead hang-
Tuesday was do-or-die time for Sequoia (5-4 biggest game of the year of Thursday.” Sean Tanap, Antonio Rojas and Angelo ing in the balance, to rob Warren of extra
PAL Ocean, 8-11 overall) and San Mateo (4-5, Soto opened the frame with three straight sin- bases in the sixth.
10-10). The two teams entered tied for fifth
Singler shines on mound too gles to load the bases. Anderson followed with Sequoia has now won its last four league
place. With the win, the Ravens take sole pos- The Ravens are certainly hoping to ride the a sacrifice fly. Shih then blooped an infield games, and five of its last six.
session of fifth, yet they are just one game out momentum provided by Singler’s perfor- single into no-man’s land to load them up “If you’ve got to pick a time to peak, I guess
of second place. Half Moon Bay, Woodside mance Tuesday. again for Jackson Chew, who drilled a two-run I’ll take now,” Uhalde said.

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WHAT’S ON TAP
WEDNESDAY Half Moon Bay at Aragon, Menlo-Atherton at El Swimming
Baseball Camino, Woodside at Mills, Sequoia at San Mateo, PAL championships
Burlingame at Carlmont, Menlo School at Capuchino, Crystal Springs at Westmoor, Jefferson at Harker, 4 p.m. Bay Division at Menlo-Atherton, 1 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Terra Nova, 4 p.m. Ocean Division at Oceana, 1 p.m.
Boys’ swimming WBAL championships at Sacred Heart Prep, 9 a.m.
Softball Bay Division trials at Menlo-Atherton, 3:30 p.m.
South City at Menlo-Atherton, Terra Nova at El Camino, Ocean Division trials at Oceana, 3:30 p.m. Track and field
Mills at Jefferson, 4 p.m. PAL trials at Menlo-Atherton, 4 p.m.
Swimming
Girls’ swimming WBAL trials at Sacred Heart Prep, 4 p.m. Boys’ volleyball
Bay Division trials at Menlo-Atherton, 3:30 p.m. Sequoia at Carlmont, 6 p.m.
Ocean Division trials at Oceana, 3:30 p.m. Badminton
South City at Carlmont, Westmoor at Mills, El Camino Girls’ lacrosse
Boys’ volleyball at Terra Nova, Jefferson at Crystal Springs, San Mateo at Woodside at Sequoia, Woodside Priory at Sacred Heart
Hillsdale at Capuchino, Mills at El Camino, 6 p.m. Sequoia, Woodside at Menlo-Atherton, 4 p.m. Cathedral, Carlmont at Harker, 4 p.m.
Badminton Boys’ tennis Boys’ lacrosse
Sequoia at Crystal Springs, 4 p.m. WBAL CCS qualifier at Menlo School, noon Piedmont at Menlo School, Urban-SF at Serra, 4 p.m.
PAL individual championships
Boys’ tennis singles and doubles finals/third-place matches at College baseball
WBAL CCS qualifier at Menlo School, 1:30 p.m. Burlingame, 3:45 p.m. Skyline at Hartnell-Salinas, 2:30 p.m.
PAL individual tournament Track and field NICK TURCHIARO/USA TODAY SPORTS
Singles and doubles quarterfinals/semifinals at WBAL championships at Menlo School, noon SATURDAY
Burlingame, 2 p.m. Baseball San Francisco’s Joe Panik connects for a fifth-inning home
College baseball Petaluma at Serra, 11 a.m. run during the Giants’ win over Toronto.
Mission-Santa Clara at San Mateo, Cañada at Cabrillo-
Track and field Aptos, Hartnell-Salinas at Skyline, 2:30 p.m. Boys’ lacrosse
WBAL trials at Menlo School, 1:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Softball
Woodside at Capuchino, Half Moon Bay at San Mateo,
FRIDAY
Baseball
Carlmont at Burlingame, Capuchino at Menlo School,
Terra Nova at Sacred Heart Prep, 4 p.m.
Monte Vista-Danville at Sacred Heart Prep, 11 a.m.
College baseball
Cañada at Cabrillo-Aptos, 1 p.m.
GIANTS
Continued from page 11
Aragon at Burlingame, Hillsdale at Carlmont, Crystal MONDAY
Springs at Mercy-Burlingame, 4 p.m. Softball Boys’ golf
Terra Nova at Mills, South City at Sequoia, 4 p.m. PAL championships Toronto’s Trent Thornton (0-3) lasted five innings in his
Baseball First round at Crystal Springs Golf Course, 11 a.m.
fifth major league start, giving up four earned runs off of six
hits, striking out five.
The Blue Jays trailed 7-2 before Tellez’s one-out, bases-
loaded bash in the eighth off Tony Watson, who stayed on
and finished the inning.
Belt’s home run off Thomas Pannone, which hit the facade
of the third deck in right field, was his fifth of the season,
and it broke an 0-for-15 run against left-handed pitching.
Panik’s solo shot in the fifth inning was his first of the
year, and he doubled in two runs in the third. Sandoval
slugged one over the center-field fence in the eighth.
Samardzija had retired 10 straight batters before Eric
Sogard took him deep to lead off the sixth. He was pulled
with two runners on after throwing 85 pitches, and Mark
Melancon worked out of the jam.

Up next
Giants left-hander Drew Pomeranz (0-2, 4.82 ERA) makes
his fifth start of the season and ninth of his career against
Toronto. He is 2-1 with a 3.76 ERA in six games at Rogers
Centre.
Blue Jays right-hander Clay Buchholtz (0-0, 3.38) will
aim for his first win as a Blue Jay. He is 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA
in four career starts against San Francisco.
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higher fuel prices have an affect on con- prices because they’re harder to supply.

GAS
Continued from page 1
sumer demand. 
“It has an effect on consumer behavior,
but not where we see a huge change on trav-
California has the highest average gas
price in the country, well above the nation-
al average of $2.83 per gallon, and its gas
el demand,” he said. tax is second highest in the country at
Larry Fisher, a San Francisco resident $0.417 per gallon. On July 1, the state’s
Blasky said. “It creates an island around the who commutes to the Peninsula and South gas tax will increase by $.056 per gallon to
California fuel market.” Bay, said at a San Mateo 76 gas station that a rate of $0.473 per gallon.
There has been reduced or no production at fuel prices have caused him to use public Blasky said Hawaii usually sees higher
the Valero Benicia refinery over the past 40 transportation more often. average gas prices per gallon than
days, for example, and it’s among the high-
“I said holy mackerel when I saw what the California but, within the last month or so,
est-output refineries in the state, Blasky
prices had reached,” he said. “My next pur- California’s average gas price is 50 cents
said. Out of California’s 10 refineries, six of
chase will be an electric car.” higher. 
them have seen reduced production of late
because of maintenance and repairs.  Eric Anderson, a Belmont resident who Blasky said prices have leveled off in
In the Bay Area, San Francisco’s average owns a second home in Tahoe, said at a California over the last few days after going
gas price is the highest at $4.10 per gallon, Chevron in San Mateo that he’s planning up 5 cents a day for three weeks in a row.  
San Jose is sitting at $4.02 per gallon and fewer trips there because of gas prices. “Hopefully we’re hitting peak,” he said.
San Mateo County’s average is $4.01 while Ignacio Ramirez, a Hollister resident “We’ve also seen encouraging information
Sacramento, which is typically 15 to 20 who works on the Peninsula, said the cost cheapest gas stations. that a lot of refineries are turning to more
cents cheaper than the Bay Area, is seeing of filling the tank of his pickup truck Blasky said Bay Area prices are about as normal levels of production. Prices should
an average price of $3.92.  spiked by about $10 over the past month high as much of Southern California, adding come down, though in the summer demand
Blasky said there’s little evidence that or so. He’s now more aware of fuel prices that areas with traffic congestion see higher as well as prices usually go up because peo-
and spending more time looking for the ple travel more.”

billion, or about $1,700 for a family of analysis but declined further comment. statewide ballot initiative to repeal the

NEWSOM
Continued from page 1
four, said Severin Borenstein, faculty direc-
tor at the Energy Institute at the University
of California, Berkeley’s business school.
Western States Petroleum Association
President Catherine Reheis-Boyd noted that
California’s gas prices have been scruti-
higher tax failed with more than 56 percent
of the vote.
As gas prices kept climbing, 19 state law-
In a letter to energy commission chair- nized in dozens of government inquiries, makers in January asked Attorney General
tal regulations, normally account for about man David Hochschild, Newsom defended “all of which concluded the dynamics of Xavier Becerra to investigate the “unex-
70 cents of that difference, said Gordon the state’s environmental standards, accus- supply and demand are responsible for plained surcharge.”
Schremp, a senior fuels specialist with the ing critics of using the high prices to movements in the price of gasoline and “This mystery surcharge happens between
California Energy Commission. But the rest “undermine our clean air and safety stan- diesel fuel.” the refinery and retail purchase by the con-
is a mystery. dards.” Spiking gas prices have caused headaches sumer, ” Democratic Assemblyman Marc
In 2017, the state’s Petroleum Market “Independent analysis suggests that an for California policymakers since the Levine said. “This is a punitive, abusive
Advisory Committee found that California unaccounted-for price differential exists in Legislature approved a 12-cent gas tax practice that Californians are paying.”
has had “a continuous and significant unex- California’s gas prices and that this price increase in 2016. But it’s unclear if Becerra’s office took
plained differential compared to the rest of differential may stem in part from inappro- Last year, voters recalled a Democratic any action. Representatives from his office
the country” since February 2015. That dif- priate industry practices,” Newsom wrote. state senator who voted for the increase and on Tuesday would not confirm or deny an
ference has cost Californians more than $17 The commission agreed to do the price replaced him with a Republican. But a investigation.
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Calendar Brothers sue Jussie Smollett’s
lawyers, claiming defamation
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 crafts, games and pizza. Free.
Computer Coach. 10:30 a.m. to noon. Registration required. For more infor-
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las mation call 522-7818.
Pulgas, Belmont. Drop into a relaxed
computer tutoring session. ‘The Odd Couple.‘ 7 p.m. San Mateo
Performing Arts Center, 600 N. By Michael Tarm to have life,” they lawyer Tina Glandian and Geragos’ Los
Who Was Jesus, Really? A Good Delaware St., San Mateo. San Mateo and Caryn Rousseau said. “These lies are Angeles-based law firm as defendants.
Man? Or Something Else. 6:30 p.m. High School Drama presents ‘The Odd destroying our char- In a joint statement, Geragos and
to 7:30 p.m. Bethany Lutheran Church, Couple,’ by Neil Simon. This adapta- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
1095 Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. Share tion switches the gender of each role. acter and reputation Glandian called the lawsuit “ridiculous”
your thoughts on the identity of Cost is $15. For more information call in our personal and and “a desperate attempt” by the broth-
Jesus. Free. For more information call 558-2375. CHICAGO — Two brothers who say
854-5897. they helped Jussie Smollett stage a professional lives.” ers “to stay relevant and further profit
Fun After 50 Dance. 7:30 p.m. to 10 racist and homophobic attack against In their lawsuit, from an attack they admit they perpe-
THURSDAY, APRIL 25 p.m. Veteran’s Memorial Senior Center,
Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to noon. 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City. himself sued the “Empire” actor’s attor- the Osundairos con- trated.”
Foster City Recreation Center, 650 Enjoy ballroom dancing to wonderful neys on Tuesday, accusing them of tend that even after “We look forward to exposing the
Shell Blvd., Foster City. Seniors. For music. Cost is free to $7. For more
more information call 286-2585. information call 380-2672. defamation by continuing to insist Jussie Smollett prosecutors dropped fraud the Osundairo brothers and their
publicly that the brothers carried out a the charges against attorneys have committed on the pub-
Virtual Reality Experience. Belmont SATURDAY, APRIL 27 real, bigoted attack on Smollett despite Smollett while simultaneously saying lic,” they added.
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Spruce Up Your Garden With
Belmont. Ages 13 and up. Come to the Rhododendrons. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Los knowing that wasn’t true. they could prove the attack was a hoax, The odds may be against the brothers
library to use our Oculus Rift and Altos Masonic Lodge, 146 Main St., Los Abimbola “Abel” Osundairo and Smollett’s attorneys kept saying in prevailing in court.
experience virtual reality. This immer- Altos. This event is put on by the interviews that the Chicago-born Legal experts say that, in the U.S.
sive experience will allow you to play, American Rhododendron Society. Olabinjo “Ola” Osundairo said in a joint
explore and learn in a new way. For Free for all ages. For more information statement issued after their lawsuit was brothers “led a criminally homopho- adversarial system, attorneys are
more information call 591-8286 or call (408) 920-0884. filed in federal court in Chicago that bic, racist and violent attack against accorded broad protections from law-
v i s i t
tinyurl.com/BelmontLibraryEvents. Poetry Walk Celebration. 10 a.m. to Smollett’s legal team has spread false Mr. Smollett.” suits based on things they say while
11 a.m. Belmont Library, 1110 accusations that have hurt their reputa- “Mr. Smollett’s attorneys, faced with defending their clients — even if what
ESL Conversation Club. 10:30 a.m. to Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Join
noon. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda us for the unveiling of the Belameda tions and undermined their career an outraged public, did not retreat after they say is mean-spirited or false.
de las Pulgas, Belmont. Come practice Park’s Poetry Walk and listen to local prospects. their success (in getting charges “If my client informs me he didn’t do
speaking and listening in English. poet laureates share poems. Free. For dropped). Instead, they doubled down,” it and I say that publicly ... that’s part
Improve your grammar, vocabulary more information call 591-8286. “We have sat back and watched lie
and pronunciation while meeting after lie being fabricated about us in the states the lawsuit, which names celebri- of our job as lawyers,” said Jeffrey
people from all over the world. Light ‘Get Ready!’ Emergency media only so one big lie can continue ty attorney Mark Geragos, fellow Granich, a Chicago attorney.
refreshments and snacks will be Preparedness Class. 10 a.m. to noon.
served. For more information call 591- San Mateo Senior Center, 2645
8286. Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo.
in imminent danger. saying in a statement that it “means
Sink that Ship. 3 p.m. Grand Avenue
Branch Library, 306 Walnut Ave., South
San Francisco. Exploring concepts of
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Learn the basic tips and hints for
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RULES
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Since that standard has been set by
the courts, it would remain if no com-
promise is reached.
that the families who have lost loved
ones to police violence have been
heard, that their loss matters and that
density through hands-on experi- Coping with Dementia for “We clearly have ... many, many, they deserve real change.”
menting. All ages welcome. For more Caregivers. 10 a.m. to noon. Senior
information call 877-8530. Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, many people up and down the state, Law enforcement leaders said the
San Mateo. Registration required. For dalism suspect Stephon Clark in and experts, who feel that California’s proposal they support incorporates
Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame more information call 522-7490. Sacramento last year inspired the latter. use-of-force standard should be best practices from around the country.
Induction Ceremony. 5:30 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. San Mateo County History Community Meetings-Private “To look at these two bills together revised,” said Sen. Nancy Skinner, a It would require officers to provide
Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood Sewer Lateral Ordinance Feedback. is a powerful, powerful combination, Democrat from Berkeley who chairs medical help to injured suspects and to
City. $35 in advance, $40 at the door. 10 a.m. to noon. Senior Center, 2645
For more information call 299-0104. Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. from my perspective,” said Democratic the Senate public safety committee and report and stop any excessive force
Free. For more information call 522- Sen. Holly Mitchell of Los Angeles. engineered the surprise development they see used by other officers.
Community Meetings: Private 7334.
Sewer Lateral Ordinance Feedback.
The move aims to force negotiations to combine the measures. The training includes how to better
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Senior Center, 2645 San Mateo Arboretum Society. 10 between the sides by combining the She said she hopes the committee’s respond to mental health crises, which
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. a.m. to 4 p.m. 101 Ninth Ave., in most progressive elements of each
Free. For more information call 522- Central Park, San Mateo. Succulents, move will lead to compromise after Protect California president Robert
7334. stone painting and propagation. Free plan. It also may mean no changes will listening to dozens of opponents of Harris said account for nearly 25% of
face painting for kids 4-10 years old. ultimately become law for the second
Estate Planning for the Single International bake sale by volunteers the original police-backed legislation all fatal officer-involved shootings.
Person. 6 p.m. South San Francisco of SMAS. Master Gardeners available consecutive year, unless the sides can describe their loved ones’ deaths in Law enforcement groups formed the
Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., for plant advice. For more information reach agreement on a contentious and confrontations with police. nonprofit to promote their alternative
South San Francisco. Presented by call 267-3541.
Patricia De Fonte, estate planning
highly emotional issue. They included Theresa Smith, to changing the legal standard for
attorney. For more information call B elmont Library's Big 13th “We want to be able to make some founder of the Law Enforcement using force.
829-3860. Birthday Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las change, and it has to be substantive Accountability Network, whose son, The legislation “will set a national
Divesting from Fossil Fuels and Pulgas, Belmont. Free. For more infor- change,” said Democratic Sen. Anna Caesar Ray Cruz, was killed by precedent by establishing the most
Investing for Your Future. 6:30 p.m. mation call 591-8154. Caballero of Salinas, who is sponsor-
to 8 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55
Anaheim police nearly a decade ago. comprehensive legislative solution to
W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Learn how to The Power of Digital Photography ing the police-backed legislation. Police were told that the 35-year-old one of the most critical issues facing
stop supporting the fossil fuel indus- and Family History. 10:30 a.m. to If the reformer-backed portion fails,
try with your banking and invest- noon. Grace Lutheran Church, 2825 had a gun, and one was found in his America today,” said Brian Marvel,
ments. Free. For more information call Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. “then it all disappears, ” Caballero vehicle, but he was unarmed when they president of Peace Officers Research
522-7818. Learn a method for image editing, said. “And so what this does is it keeps opened fire in a Walmart parking lot. Association of California.
labeling and organization to preserve
‘The Odd Couple.’ 7 p.m. San Mateo and easily find your photos again. everybody at the table, negotiating in “He left behind five boys, who are Democratic Sen. Steven Bradford of
Performing Arts Center, 600 N. Free. For more information call 306- good faith, trying to work towards a now having to grow up without their Compton wasn’t persuaded either plan
Delaware St. San Mateo. San Mateo 3423.
High School Drama presents The Odd
solution.” father, not having him there for their would make much difference but voted
Couple, by Neil Simon. This adaptation Cat and Kitten Adoption Fair. 11 The police-backed measure would set birthday or Christmas,” she said, her for the measure as it cleared the com-
switches the gender of each role. Cost a.m. to 2 p.m. Forster City Library, 1000
is $15. For more information call 558- E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. Working a national precedent by creating voice cracking. “Police officers mittee with unanimous bipartisan sup-
2375. with the Homeless Cat Network of statewide guidelines on when officers shouldn’t be shooting people if port.
San Mateo. For more information call can use lethal force and requiring that
574-4842. they’re not in imminent danger.” “We’re dealing with a racist society,
FRIDAY, APRIL 26
Paws for Purple Hearts, Warriors every officer be trained in ways to Democratic Assemblywoman and we want to hide behind all these
Helping Warriors. 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 Friends of the San Bruno Public avoid opening fire. Shirley Weber of San Diego, who pro- other laws and anything else,” he said.
a.m. San Mateo Sunshine Rotary, 6650 Library Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Golf Course Drive, Burlingame. For San Bruno Library, 701 Angus Ave. W, As part of the compromise effort, posed the tougher restrictions on “This is straight about race, and all the
more information call 787-5595. San Bruno. Bring your own grocery Caballero stripped her proposal of a police, has not yet sat down with law training in the world — unless you
size bag and fill it up with books. Cost
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Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. reasonably believe they or others are Weber praised the Senate action, policing happens in this country.”
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GRAIL, Inc. has job opening (Menlo Sr tech Support engr
Park, CA): SW Egr: Write SW in Cloudian, Inc. has an opening in San
JavaScript and/or Go and building sys- Mateo, CA. Sr Technical Support Engr
tems critical for business. Bach+1yrexp (Java/Storage): design , development &
req. To apply, mail resumes to Attn: testing. Submit resume through Cloudian
T.Toller, GRAIL,1525 O’Brien Dr, Menlo website at
Park, CA 94025. https://cloudian.com/company/careers/
EOE

Guidewire seeks in Foster City, CA:


Staff Software Engineer (IIC1245) Foster
Sr. Windows engineer: Resp. for daily City, CA. Design & develop high perform-
admin & design of Windows Infrastruc- ance components/sub-systems for highly
ture Systems including: DC’s, file/print, scalable service-oriented software. MS
IIS, SQL, & app systems; daily admin & or equiv + 3 yrs exp. Send resumes to Il-
design Windows DHCP and DNS roles. lumina, Inc, Attn: SD122372, 5200 Illumi-
Req. MS in CS/Engrg/Math/IS/Phy or rel na Way, San Diego, CA 92122. Ref title
+3 yrs. exp as Systems Engr or rel. (Alt: & req#.
BS+5 yrs). Job ID: ATP435.

Insurance applications Consultant 2: 203 Public notices


Ptnr w/ client bus team to understand sys over the Hedge over the Hedge over the Hedge
bus objectives & enterprise ins SW prdct
cnfgrtn & integrtn reqs. Req: BS in CS, notICe of City Council
Info Sys or rel & 2 yrs exp config and/or Public Hearing
intgrting enterprise SW apps. Telecom
ok if not at client site. Reqs travel up to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
100% throughout U.S.
Job ID: JASA438. City of San Mateo City Council will
hold a Public Hearing for the following
Insurance applications Consultant 2: planning application: 2230 Ensenada
Config & implmnt proprietary enterprise Way (PA2019-073)
ins SW prod to solve customer bus chal-
lenges. Req: BS in CS, CE, Info Sys or
rel & 2 yrs full-cycle enterprise SW/pack- Date & tIme:
age implementation. Telecom ok if not at Monday, May 6, 2019 at 7:00 PM
client site. Reqs travel up to 100% LoCatIon:
throughout U.S. Job ID: JASA437. City Hall Council Chambers,
Sr. Linux Systems administrator: 330 West 20th Avenue,
Perform sys admin of 50+ Linux servers. San Mateo, CA 94403
Req. MS in CS/CE or rel, or foreign equiv
& 2 yrs sr. level exp in sys. admin. in en- PRoJeCt DeSCRIPtIon:
terprise envrmt, incl. server install + con-
fig. (alt BS+5 yrs). Any suitable combo of
Appeal of a Planning Commission de- 203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices
edu, train, or exp acceptable. Job ID: cision made on February 12, 2019 to
JGV538. uphold the Zoning Administrator deci- fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name notICe of PetItIon to
sion to approve the subject Single Large amount of cash Statement #280793 aDmInISteR eState of
The following person is doing business Rajan V. Nair
Sr. Software engineer, full Stack: Family Dwelling Design Review for a turned into the police de- as: UMAX Mortgage, 2000 Broadway St.,
Design & dvlp UI & backend services, in-
422 square-foot second story addition partment on January 7, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis- Case Number: 19PRO00437
teractive apps & tools for cloud-native
to an existing two-story, split-level sin- tered Owner: SNR Real Estate Corp, CA.
data + analyt. pltfrm. Req. MS or for. 2019. Rightful owner may The business is conducted by a Corpora- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
equiv. in CS/Math or rel & 2 yrs exp gle family dwelling. The Project also
build, deploy & operate production svcs proposes a 140 square-foot ground call the Belmont Police De- tion. The registrants commenced to tingent creditors, and persons who may
transact business under their FBN on otherwise be interested in the will or es-
on AWS or similar. (alt BS+5 yrs prog. floor addition toward the rear of the partment’s Property Officer 03/24/14.
respb. post-bac. exp). Any stble combo tate, or both, of Rajan V. Nair. A Petition
of edu, train, or exp accptble. Job ID: dwelling. The project is consistent & describe location it was /s/Scott Roseveare/
for Probate has been filed by Anoop
JGV500 with the Single Family Design Guide- lost, amount of loss and a This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 3/25/2019. (Publish- Rajan Nair in the Superior Court of Cali-
lines and complies with the applicable description of the container ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, fornia, County of San Mateo. The Peti-
Sr. oracle finance functional analyst: Zoning Code requirements.
Config.+custmz fincl apps for Oracle GL the money is in. 650-595- 4/10/19, 4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19). tion for Probate requests that Anoop
+ Fin. Assets, Oracle EPM Budg. + Plan. Rajan Nair be appointed as personal rep-
sys., + Hyperion. Req. MBA or rel, or for- ReQUIReD aPPRoVaLS: 7431 resentative to administer the estate of
eign equiv & 3 yrs exp in config, custmz moRe Health, Inc. in San Mateo, CA A. Categorically Exempt under CEQA 4/23, 4/24, 4/25, 4/26, 4/27, fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name the decedent.
+ implmt Oracle Fncl pltfrms in enterp. seeks Computer Programmer. Create, Section 15301 (e) Additions to Exist- Statement #280954
Sol. Job ID: JGS523. modify, and test code, forms, and script 4/28, 4/29/19 The following person is doing business The petition requests authority to admin-
supporting our health care platform. ing Structures; and CnS-3245339# as: Access Cabling, 951 Mariners island ister the estate under the Independent
Reqs incl. MS or foreign equiv in CS, CE B. Single Family Dwelling Design Re- Blvd Suite 300, SAN MATEO, CA 94404. Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
Sr. etL Data Warehouse Developer:
Analyze & understand buz rqmnts for or rel. Email resume to view for a 422 square-foot second- San mateo DaILY Registered Owner: Fireside Security thority will allow the personal representa-
projects & provide estimates for dev. ETL hr@morehealth.com specifying job code story addition to an existing two-story, JoURnaL Group Inc., CA. The business is conduct- tive to take many actions without obtain-
data wrhs. sol. Req. MS or for. equiv. in 82220. split-level single family dwelling. ed by a Corporation. The registrants ing court approval. Before taking certain
CS/CE/EE or rel & 6 yrs exp in BI analy- commenced to transact business under
their FBN on 1/3/14. very important actions, however, the per-
sis / cnsltg / eng’nrg (alt BS+8yrs). Job
PRoJeCt PLanneR: /s/Guido Rodriguez/ sonal representative will be required to
ID: JGS478. neWSPaPeR InteRnS Rendell Bustos, Associate Planner This statement was filed with the Asses- give notice to interested persons unless
Sr. Salesforce Developer: Customize, JoURnaLISm (650) 522-7211, fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name sor-County Clerk on 4/10/2019. (Publish- they have waived notice or consented to
dvlp & support solutions on force.com The Daily Journal is looking for in- rbustos@cityofsanmateo.org Statement #280850 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, the proposed action.) The independent
platform. Req. MS or for. equiv. in CS/CE terns to do entry level reporting, re- The following person is doing business 4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19). administration authority will be granted
or rel & 2 yrs exp in IT design & dvlpmt search, updates of our ongoing fea- as: Advisortho, 105 Seville Way, SAN unless an interested person files an ob-
(alt BS + 5yrs prog. respb. post-bacc. tures and interviews. Photo interns al- PRoPeRtY oWneR:
exp). Job ID: JGS398. Newton Wong, MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name jection to the petition and shows good
so welcome.
newtonwong@gmail.com Advisorthopaedics Incorporated, CA. The Statement #280951 cause why the court should not grant au-
Guidewire seeks in San Mateo, CA: We expect a commitment of four to business is conducted by a Corporation. The following person is doing business thority.
eight hours a week for at least four The registrants commenced to transact as: Jiestone One Services, 1718 Lake A hearing on the petition will be held in
Identify access management months. The internship is unpaid, but
If any person challenges this item in business under their FBN on September St, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered this court as follows: MAY 15, 2019 at
engineer: Interface w/biz, prod dev, intelligent, aggressive and talented in- court, that person may be limited to 5, 2012. Owner: Jonathan Epstein, same ad-
9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
cloud ops & supp teams & colleagues to terns have progressed in time into raising only those issues the person /s/Nancy M. Lynch/ dress. The business is conducted by an
create & manage efficient, effective ac- Individual. The registrants commenced California, County of San Mateo, 400
paid correspondents and full-time re- or someone else raised at the public This statement was filed with the Asses- to transact business under their FBN on County Center, Redwood City, CA
cess control process. Req. MS in porters. sor-County Clerk on 3/29/2019. (Publish-
CS/Engrg/Math/IS/Phy. or rel.+ 3 yr. exp hearing described in this notice, or in 04/01/2019. 94063.
written correspondence delivered at, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, /s/Jonathan Epstein/
in Info Sec. or rel. (Alt: BS+5yrs). Job ID: College students or recent graduates 4/3/19, 4/10/19, 4/17/19, 4/24/19). If you object to the granting of the peti-
ATK413. are encouraged to apply. Newspaper or prior to, the public hearing. This statement was filed with the Asses- tion, you should appear at the hearing
experience is preferred but not neces- sor-County Clerk on 4/9/2019. (Publish-
TO APPLY: Email resume to: candida- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, and state your objections or file written
teapplications@guidewire.com and refer
sarily required. ameRICanS WItH DISaBILItIeS fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name 4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19). objections with the court before the hear-
to Job ID. EOE. aCt - In compliance with the Ameri- Statement #280848 ing. Your appearance may be in person
Please send a cover letter describing
your interest in newspapers, a resume cans with Disabilities Act, those re- The following person is doing business or by your attorney.
quiring accommodations for this meet- as: F & M Properties, 1014 Woodside fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
and three recent clips. Before you ap- Statement #280896
ply, you should familiarize yourself ing should notify the City Clerk 48 Road # A, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. The following person is doing business
itor of the decedent, you must file your
with our publication. Our Web site: hours prior to the meeting by phoning Registered Owner: Kathi L Petrick, Trust- as: 120 Alma Street Apartments, 120 Al- claim with the court and mail a copy to
www.smdailyjournal.com. (650) 522-7040 or emailing ee, 1014 Woodside Road # 7, Redwood ma Street, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. the personal representative appointed by
polds@cityofsanmateo.org. City, CA 94061. The business is con- Registered Owners: Richard Tod Spiek- the court within the later of either (1) four
Send your information via e-mail to ducted by a Trust. The registrant com-
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er, Trustee and Catherine R. Spieker, months from the date of first issuance of
Representative needed to sell newspa- ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd.,
menced to transact business under their Trustee, 60 Mulberry Lane, Atherton, CA letters to a general personal representa-
per print and web advertising and event FBN on 1/1979. 94027. The business is conducted by a tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
#123, San Mateo CA 94402 Trust. The registrant commenced to
marketing solutions. To apply, please call /s/Kathi L Petrick/
650-344-5200 and send resume to transact business under the FBN on California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
This statement was filed with the Asses- from the date of mailing or personal de-
info@smdailyjournal.com sor-County Clerk on 3/29/2019. (Publish- 3/19/19.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, /s/Richard Tod Spieker/ livery to you of a notice under section
4/3/19, 4/10/19, 4/17/19, 4/24/19). This statement was filed with the Asses- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
sor-County Clerk on 4/3/19. (Published in er California statutes and legal authority
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/19,

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may affect your rights as a creditor. You
4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19).
fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name may want to consult with an attorney
Statement #280859 knowledgable in California law.
The following person is doing business fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name You may examine the file kept by the
as: AMB Pro Painting, 35 Atherwood Ave Statement #280876 court. If you are a person interested in
#5, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Regis- The following person is doing business the estate, you may file with the court a
tered Owner: Alfredo Hernandez Garcia, as: 1) T-Tribe 2) Taylor Family Reunion Request for Special Notice (form DE-
same address. The business is conduct- 3) Taylor Tribe 4) Taylor Tribe Founda- 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
ed by an Individual. The registrants tion 5) Taylor Family Foundation, 407 N
San Mateo Dr, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. praisal of estate assets or of any petition
commenced to transact business under or account as provided in Probate Code
their FBN on N/A. Registered Owner: Aaron Ulysses Par-
nell, same address. The business is con- section 1250. A Request for Special No-
The Daily Journal seeks a local person to help /s/Alfredo Hernandez Garcia/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
ducted by an Individual. The registrants tice form is available from the court clerk.
commenced to transact business under
us continue being the best news and information sor-County Clerk on 3/29/2019. (Publish- their FBN on April 2, 2019.
Attorney for Petitioner:
Raymond R. Miller, Esq.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
resource on the Peninsula. 4/3/19, 4/10/19, 4/17/19, 4/24/19).
/s/Aaron Ulysses Parnell/
This statement was filed with the Asses- Mission Law Center
sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish- 225 W. Winton Ave. #125
Candidates must have the following fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, HAYWARD, CA 94544
4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19). (510)938-0075
characteristics: Statement #280817 FILED: 4/12/2019
The following person is doing business
t3FMJBCJMJUZBOEQVODUVBMJUZ as: UPS STORE #0294, 204 E. 2nd fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name
Statement #281043
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
nal on 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/2/19 )
t1SPöDJFODZXJUIDPNQVUFST Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis-
tered Owner: ADIRATH LLC, CA. The The following person is doing business
t4USPOHPSHBOJ[BUJPOBMTLJMMT business is conducted by a Limited Lia-
bility Company. The registrants com-
as: 1. Jessie’s Laundromat 2. Elegance
Preserved, 2472 Flores St, SAN MA-
t$VTUPNFSTFSWJDFTLJMMT menced to transact business under their
TEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: Ele-
gance Preserved, LLC, CA. The busi-
t.FUJDVMPVTBUUFOUJPOUPEFUBJM FBN on N/A.
/s/Maulik Anil Pandit/
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability
Company. The registrants commenced
t"CJMJUZUPTUBZDPPMVOEFSQSFTTVSF This statement was filed with the Asses- to transact business under their FBN on Statement of aBanDonment of
sor-County Clerk on 3/27/2019. (Publish- N/A. tHe USe of a fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, /s/Sean Gilmore/ name Statement 260838
4/3/19, 4/10/19, 4/17/19, 4/24/19). This statement was filed with the Asses-
+PCEVUJFTJODMVEFIBOEMJOHQIPOFT HSFFUJOHXBMLJOT  sor-County Clerk on 4/19/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
doning the use of the Fictitious Business
DVTUPNFSTFSWJDF EBUBFOUSZ QBQFSXPSLNBOBHF fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19, 5/15/19). Name: Richard E. Ato. Name of Busi-
ness: Linda Mar Florist. Date of original
Statement #280735
NFOU PóDFNBOBHFNFOU MJHIUBDDPVOUJOHBOENPSF The following person is doing business fICtItIoUS BUSIneSS name
filing: May 16th, 2014. Address of Princi-
pal Place of Business: 1353 Linda Mar
as: AU-Q-MIA PET SALON, 1499 Old
1BZ%0&(SFBUUFBNBUNPTQIFSFBOEXPSLJOH Bayshore Hwy, Suite 132, BURLIN-
Statement #280637
The following person is doing business Shopping Center, PACIFICA, CA 94044.
GAME, CA 94010. Registered Owner: as: Modern Lights, 580 El Camino Real Registrants: Richard E. Ato, 2000 Trous-
FOWJSPONFOU TPöUJTJNQPSUBOU AU-Q-MIA PET SALON, LLC, CA. The Ste. 100, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Reg- dale Dr. #107, BURLINGAME, CA
business is conducted by a Limited Lia- istered Owner: Gilbert Walz, 1115 Lake 94010. The business was conducted by
5PJORVJSF QMFBTFFNBJMjerry@smdailyjournal.com bility Company. The registrants com- St., Millbrae, CA 94030. The business is an Individual.
menced to transact business under their conducted by an Individual. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business /s/Richard E. Ato/
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203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 298 Collectibles 304 furniture
notiCe of petition to notiCe of petition to TLED, "SUBDIVISION NO. 2, BRIGH- depreSSion glASS Dining Plate. 8 dining tAble (36"x54") and 4 match-
AdMiniSter eStAte of AdMiniSter eStAte of TON BEACH, SAN MATEO COUNTY, notiCe of publiC HeAring 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
Christopher John Webster Angel Yuenman Lam aka Angel Lam CALIFORNIA", WHICH MAP WAS $12 (650)762-6048 $250 .(650)-654-1930.
Case Number: 19-PRO-00484 Case Number: 19-PRO-00485 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE RE- ON MONDAY, MAY 6, 2019, the City
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- CORDER OF THE COUNTY OF SAN gAMeS of the 23rd Olympiad maga-
tingent creditors, and persons who may Council of the City of San Mateo, at dining tAble - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
tingent creditors, and persons who may MATEO STATE OF CALIFORNIA ON zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
otherwise be interested in the will or es- otherwise be interested in the will or es- 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers,
MARCH 18, 1908 IN BOOK 6 OF MAPS City Hall, 330 W. 20th Avenue, San 0842 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
tate, or both, of Christopher John Web- tate, or both, of Angel Yuenman Lam aka
Angel Lam. A Petition for Probate has AT PAGE 4, MORE PARTICULARLY Mateo, California, will hold a public
ster. A Petition for Probate has been filed DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGIN- hearing on the following: lennox red Rose, Unused, hand dining tAble. 72" by 42". With leaf
by Jason Lane Melancon in the Superi- been filed by William Wai Nang Tsui in painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389
or Court of California, County of San Ma- the Superior Court of California, County NING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
of San Mateo. The Petition for Probate LINE OF CLARENDON ROAD, DIS- PROPOSED FEE AMENDMENT TO
teo. The Petition for Probate requests THE 2018-19 AND dreSSer-Antique vAnity Combo, 3
that Jason Lane Melancon be appointed requests that William Wai Nang Tsui be TANT THEREON DUE WEST 50 FEET Miller lite Neon sign , work good beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400
appointed as personal representative to FROM ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE 2019-20 COMPREHENSIVE FEE $59 call (650)218-6528
as personal representative to administer SCHEDULES (650)290-3188
the estate of the decedent. administer the estate of the decedent. WEST LINE OF LAKEVIEW AVENUE
The petition requests authority to admin- The petition requests authority to admin- AS SAID ROAD AND AVENUE ARE old, Antique, Bottle Collection: 20 engliSH drAw Table, $50 Solid Wood
ister the estate under the Independent The fee amendment to the 2018-19 bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048
ister the estate under the Independent SHOWN ON THE MAP ABOVE MEN- and 2019-20 Comprehensive Fee 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves,
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- TIONED; THENCE FROM SAID POINT call(650)697-3709
thority will allow the personal representa- Schedules includes a non-refundable one ColleCtion of antique Cuban
thority will allow the personal representa- OF BEGINNING, ALONG SAID LINE OF application fee of $5,000 per the Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No
tive to take many actions without obtain- tive to take many actions without obtain- CLARENDON ROAD DUE WEST 50 etHAn Allen sofa and love seat. Blue
ing court approval. Before taking certain Shared Mobility Permit Program. Texting.
ing court approval. Before taking certain FEET TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
very important actions, however, the per- very important actions, however, the per- or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
sonal representative will be required to LOT 14, THENCE ALONG THE WEST Material on this item may be reviewed SMAll rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
sonal representative will be required to LINES OF SAID LOTS 14, 13, 12, AND in the City Clerk's Office, 330 W. stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
give notice to interested persons unless 4162
give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to 11 DUE NORTH 107.50 FEET, THENCE Twentieth Avenue, between 8:00 a.m.
they have waived notice or consented to and 5:00 p.m. as of May 3, 2019 or on SteMMed CryStAl. 3 styles. 13 glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
the proposed action.) The independent DUE EAST 50 FEET; THENCE DUE lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted SOUTH 107.50 FEET TO THE POINT the website at pieces. Pattern: "Catherine".
administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an ob- OF BEGINNING. www.cityofsanmateo.org. $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839 iKeA dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
unless an interested person files an ob- jection to the petition and shows good Commonly known as 113 Clarendon Rd., 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
jection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant au- If any person challenges the City toppS bASebAll complete set 1987
cause why the court should not grant au- Pacifica, San Mateo County, CA 94044. Council actions in court, that person thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
thority. Written offers for this property will be re- iKeA tAble, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
thority. A hearing on the petition will be held in may be limited to raising only those is- 4474 $ 30. (650)598-9804.
A hearing on the petition will be held in ceived at the Law Office of David Butler, sues the person or someone else
this court as follows: MAY 31 2019 at Jr., attorney for the personal representa- two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig-
this court as follows: NON-APPEAR- 9:00 a.m., Dept. , Superior Court of Cali- raised at the public hearing described inflAtAble ColeMAn queen size
ANCE MAY 31 2019 at 9:00 a.m., Dept. fornia, County of San Mateo, 400 County
tive, at 305 San Bruno Avenue West, in this notice, or in the written corre- ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for mattress-56"x75". Includes air pump,
, Superior Court of California, County of Center, Redwood City, CA 94063. San Bruno, CA 94066-3526 or may be spondence delivered to the City Clerk both. Steve (650)518-6614 sheets and mattress pad. $25 (650)654-
San Mateo, 400 County Center, Red- If you object to the granting of the peti- delivered to Joe Roybal personally, on or at or prior to the public hearing. 9252
wood City, CA 94063. before April 27, 2019. Sale will be made vintAge SteMwAre: 3 styles, 23
tion, you should appear at the hearing pcs. $60, (650)207-4162
If you object to the granting of the peti- and state your objections or file written on or after April 29, 2019 to the person In compliance with the Americans with MAHogAny tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
tion, you should appear at the hearing objections with the court before the hear- making the highest and best offer for the Disabilities Act, those with disabilities x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
and state your objections or file written ing. Your appearance may be in person property. The terms and conditions of requiring special accommodations to 299 Computers 3709
objections with the court before the hear- or by your attorney. sale are: all cash, in lawful money of the participate in this meeting may con-
ing. Your appearance may be in person If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- tact the City Clerk's Office at (650) 19" Color Monitor with stand VG con- MAttreSS, twin long, excellent condi-
United States of America with 10 percent tion, $25, (650) 552-9556
or by your attorney. itor of the decedent, you must file your 522-7040 or dition power cord/owners manual includ-
of the amount offered to accompany the polds@cityofsanmateo.org. Notifica-
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- claim with the court and mail a copy to offer and the balance to be paid on close ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 new deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
itor of the decedent, you must file your the personal representative appointed by tion 48 hours prior to the meeting will
of escrow or part cash and part credit on enable the City to make reasonable ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
claim with the court and mail a copy to the court within the later of either (1) four terms acceptable to the personal repre- reCordAble Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- Sell! (650) 875-8159.
the personal representative appointed by months from the date of first issuance of arrangements to ensure accessibility
sentative. The personal representative to this meeting. ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
the court within the later of either (1) four letters to a general personal representa- (650) 578 9208 niAgArA vibrAting Adjustable bed
months from the date of first issuance of tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the reserves the right to reject any bid that is
less than $1,980,000.00 which is 90% of Dated: 4/24 and 4/30 2019 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
letters to a general personal representa- California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days (408)656-0958
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the from the date of mailing or personal de- the appraised value of the property as of 300 toys
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days livery to you of a notice under section September 25, 2018, the date of the re- /s/Patrice M. Olds, City Clerk
offiCe type 34"X 60" heavy solid
from the date of mailing or personal de- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- appraisal of the property for sale. For 14-1000-pCS puzzleS $3.00 ea. wood with formica wood grain top $25
livery to you of a notice under section er California statutes and legal authority further information please contact the at- (650)207-4162 (650) 787-9753
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- may affect your rights as a creditor. You torney for the personal representative at
er California statutes and legal authority may want to consult with an attorney 650-873-3750. All sales are subject to AMeriCAn flyer locomotive runs queen SofA Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?),
may affect your rights as a creditor. You knowledgeable in California law. confirmation by the superior court, and good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition,
may want to consult with an attorney You may examine the file kept by the no sale may be consummated and no call (650)697-3709
JuMp And Play Keyboard brand new, in
knowledgeable in California law. court. If you are a person interested in deed may be recorded and delivered to a 295 Art original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. .
You may examine the file kept by the the estate, you may file with the court a purchaser until court confirmation has
court. If you are a person interested in Request for Special Notice (form DE- been acquired by the personal represen- oil pAinting-CAnvASS, Victorian retro HutCH Needs refinishing other-
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- StAr wArS Celebration 3 Darth Vader
the estate, you may file with the court a tative. Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 wise good condition. Top detaches from
Request for Special Notice (form DE- praisal of estate assets or of any petition OBO (650)515-6091 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- or account as provided in Probate Code
praisal of estate assets or of any petition section 1250. A Request for Special No- Dated: 04/16/2019
tApiA: pAinting, SeASCApe,
302 Antiques SofA-beige fAbriC, Orig. $900,
tice form is available from the court clerk. ________________________________ Rarely used, 7ft long, $350
or account as provided in Probate Code Joe Roybal FRAMED, w/light, 60"sq., $499.OBO.
section 1250. A Request for Special No- Attorney for Petitioner: beer SteinS-originAl from Germa- (650)234-8218
Randall J. Witte Personal Representative of the Estate of Local Artist, Call for info (650)303-1670 ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
tice form is available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner:
Law Offices of Phillip H. Shecter APC Benjamin Roybal, Deceased (650)592-7483 Solid wood Dining table with exten-
Randall J. Witte
1313 Laurel St. Suite 222 296 Appliances sion great piece great condition black
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070 David Butler, Jr., SBN 139871 $80 (650)364-5263
Law Offices of Phillip H. Shecter APC (650)592-5676
1313 Laurel St. Suite 222 305 San Bruno Avenue West Air Conditioner 10000 BTU w/re- MAHogAny Antique Secretary desk,
FILED: 4/23/2019 San Bruno, CA 94066-3526 mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- Solid wood Entertainment Center-
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070 (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
(650)592-5676 Tel. 650.873.3750 brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
nal on 4/24/19, 5/1/19,5/2/19 ) 0898 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
FILED: 4/23/2019 Fax 650.873.3168
roSeville tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900. X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- $45. (650)574-2490. (925)482-5742
nal on 4/24/19, 5/1/19,5/2/19 ) (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- free wASHer and 220v dryer, both
nal 4/18, 4/24, 4/25) working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
move, stairs. 303 electronics tAble 24"x48" folding legs each end.
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
glASS-pAnel lAMpSHAde. Similar $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
free televiSion - Mitsubishi,
StAteMent of AbAndonMent of to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
tHe uSe of A fiCtitiouS buSineSS ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. tHoMASville dining table, $50 4
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local chairs, mid-century blonde with two
nAMe StAteMent 260400 $75 (650)727-7266 Delivery available.
notiCe of publiC HeAring Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- leaves call (650)697-3709.
doning the use of the Fictitious Business Hotpoint HeAvy Duty Dryer excellent
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Name: Richard E. Ato. Name of Busi- working condition Burlingame $50 Call onKyo Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital tiKi bAr - Original from the 60’s,Like
ON MONDAY, MAY 6, 2019, the City ness: Linda Mar Florist. Date of original Dan (408)656-0958 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500
Council of the City of San Mateo, at filing: April 15, 2014. Address of Principal
order to SHow CAuSe for Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 (650)245-4234.
7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Place of Business: 1353 Linda Mar CHAnge of nAMe MAytAg wASHer excellent working
CASE# 19C1V01635 condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan pHillipS-50” Color t.v., Heavy, $99
City Hall, 330 W. 20th Avenue, San Shopping Center, PACIFICA, CA 94044. (650)591-8062
Mateo, California, will hold a public Registrants: Richard E. Ato, 2000 Trous- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, (408)656-0958 twin bed, mattress, box spring, frame
hearing on the following: dale Dr. #107, BURLINGAME, CA COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, $ 50. (650)598-9804.
94010. The business was conducted by 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Mfg H20lAbS Model 300 exc cond 304 furniture twin bed- Free you pick up. Call
Increase to Park Impact Fee/Park In an Individual. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
(650)344-2109
Lieu Fee /s/Richard E. Ato/ PETITION OF Antique dining table for six people
This statement was filed with the Asses- DAI LIU new, Singer Sewing Machine Univer- with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- two wood Book Shelves, $75 with
Material on this item may be reviewed sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo drawers and pull-down desk call
in the City Clerk's Office, 330 W 20th County on 4/11/19. chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 Antique MoHAgAny Bookcase. Four
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: (650)697-3709
Avenue, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Petitioners: DAI LIU filed a petition with feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
nal, 4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19). tiffAny Style Lamp shade. Older-
p.m. as of April 25, 2019 or on the this court for a decree changing names multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) uSed bedrooM Furniture, FREE. Call
website at www.cityofsanmateo.org. bedSteAd Single, poster style, box (650)573-7381.
as follows: 727-7266. spring, mattress available. $40.00.
If any person challenges the City Present name: DAI LIU
Council actions in court, that person notiCe of SAle of (650)593-7408 wAll unit/rooM Divider. Simple
Proposed Name: DIAMEN LIU LEO vACuuM CleAner (reconditioned) lines. Breaks down for transportation.
may be limited to raising only those is- reAl property $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 beige SofA $99. Excellent Condition
sues the person or someone else THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons (650) 315-2319
raised at the public hearing described STATE OF CALIFORNIA
in this notice, or in the written corre- IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
interested in this matter shall appear be- 297 bicycles brown living room chair with cush-
wAlnut CHeSt, small (4 drawer with
spondence delivered to the City Clerk fore this court at the hearing indicated upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
SAN MATEO below to show cause, if any, why the pe- ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D.
at or prior to the public hearing. PROBATE DEPARTMENT Adult biKeS 1 regular and 2 with bal- $70..00. Transport yourself. Call
tition for change of name should not be loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 wHite wiCKer Armoire, asking $100,
In compliance with the Americans with no. 17pro00439 (650)872-2371 great condition, text for picture (650)571-
Disabilities Act, those with disabilities granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above must file CHild’S SCHwinn biCyCle, blue in 0947
requiring special accommodations to In Re: Estate of Benjamin Roybal bunK bedS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
participate in this meeting may con- a written objection that includes the rea- good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
tact the City Clerk's Office at (650) sons for the objection at least two court B/O (650)685-2494 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
JOE ROYBAL, as the personal days before the matter is scheduled to MountAin biKe new 21 gears $100.
522-7040 or (650)722-3634
polds@cityofsanmateo.org. Notifica- representative of BENJAMIN ROYBAL be heard and must appear at the hearing CHinA CAbinet Wallet, $20. Call
tion 48 hours prior to the meeting will to show cause why the petition should MountAin biKe. Top brand. Runs (650)589-1407 306 Housewares
enable the City to make reasonable Please take notice that Joe Roybal, as not be granted. If no written objection is good. $39. (660)342-5220
arrangements to ensure accessibility the personal representative of the estate timely filed, the court may grant the peti- CoMputer deSK (glass) & chair. Like CryStAl wine glasses new (12ea)
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OF LOTS 11, 12, 13 AND 14 IN BLOCK weeks prior to the date set for hearing on 2648
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San Mateo Daily Journal (650)588-0842 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
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Area 2050 in San Mateo County which will provide input to the buSineSS opportunity - reStAurAnt fACility
Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) for the Re-
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(RTP/SCS), also known as Plan Bay Area 2050.

legAl notiCeS
will submit proposals to operate a restaurant facility located at
the Half Moon Bay Airport. The restaurant facility is located
The public hearing will be held at San Mateo City Hall, Confer- inside the terminal building at 9850 Cabrillo Highway North,
ence Room C (across from Council Chambers), 330 West Half Moon Bay, CA 94019. Proposal packages may be ob-
20th Avenue, City of San Mateo, California on Monday, April Fictitious Business Name Statements,
tained online at
29, 2019 at the Congestion Management and Environmental
Quality Committee (CMEQ) meeting, starting at 3:00p.m. https://publicworks.smcgov.org/projects-out-bid or Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
https://publicworks.smcgov.org/airports
Prospective proposers may raise questions regarding the Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
For more information about MTC's update of Plan Bay Area Notice of Public Sales and More.
services to be contracted and the proposal procedure. Pro-
2050 see https://www.planbayarea.org/2050-plan/road-plan- posal packages must be submitted no later than 5:00 PM on
bay-area-2050. Contact Jeff Lacap at (650) 599-1455 or e- May 24, 2019 to: Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
mail jlacap@smcgov.org for further information.
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financial problem for our district. But on the other, parents The California School Board Association shared a similar

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in Redwood City that send their kids to charters really like
them. Just like there are parents who send their kids to our
schools and love them,” he said.
position, according to legislative advocate Carlos
Machado, who said his organization supports most of the
slate’s supplementary proposals but not the moratorium.
Regarding the financial issues associated with charters, Rather than seeking to ban charter establishment, even
McBride’s district recently decided to overhaul its composi- temporarily, Machado suggested refinement of the existing
and also proposed establishing a temporary moratorium on tion and close campuses due to dwindling student enroll- policy is due to keep current with a climate evolved since
launching new ones, which will be heard by the education ment numbers. the initial movement in favor of school choice.
committee Wednesday, April 24. As charter schools have grown in popularity among the “It’s not about trying to close charters. They are here to
The proposed legislation is backed enthusiastically by Redwood City community, money allocated according to stay. Instead, let’s try to find a way to improve the system,”
state teaching unions and lays bare the polarization of average daily attendance by the state is taken away from the said Machado.
school choice politics — an issue growing increasingly school district. The California Teachers Association more enthusiastical-
influential across the state among educators and lawmakers When deciding to shutter schools, charters drawing stu- ly advocates for the moratorium, hosting on its website
alike. dents away from the district was frequently cited by material which parents could use in their arguments to per-
As evidenced in the most recent general election, posi- Redwood City officials as a key financial hurdle which ulti- suade officials to support the temporary ban.
tions on charter school policy was a determining factor in mately proved too difficult to overcome. The California Charter School Association, meanwhile,
the victory of state Superintendent Tony Thurmond over Yet despite the challenges posed to the district, McBride maintains an alternative position, claiming the moratorium
school choice champion Marshall Tuck. stopped short of advocating for disallowing establishment would harm the quality of education throughout the state.
Perhaps looking to seize the momentum established by of new charters. “These bills would create an effective moratorium on char-
Thurmond’s win, state senators Maria Elena Durazo, D-Los “I don’t think you want to stop charters that are doing a ter public schools by removing appeal rights, severely lim-
Angeles, and Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, as well as assem- good job,” he said. iting new schools, and allowing school districts to close
blymen Patrick O’Donnell, D-Long Beach, Rob Bonta, D- He bolstered his broad perspective by suggesting there is successful schools that are serving hundreds of thousands of
Oakland, and Kevin McCarty, D-Sacramento, released a value in offering school communities the choice valued by students statewide for any reason. Charter schools are not
package of policies targeting charter growth and gover- so many parents and families across the state. the problem, we are part of the solution,” said a prepared
nance. “It has created havoc for us, and we’ve had to close statement from the association.
Most notable among the proposals was Durazo’s Senate schools. But if you believe in choice for parents, then char- To find a middle ground, Machado said his organization is
Bill 756, that aims to establish a five-year moratorium on ters can be an option,” he said. seeking a careful balance between reform and reserving the
new charter schools, which she claims is needed to grant Instead of a potential moratorium, McBride suggested a rights for those favoring school choice.
time for decision makers to craft more thoughtful policies. more measured approach to regulation may be in order, sim- “School choice is important but it’s got to make sense for
“SB 756 calls for a pause until some flaws in the law can ilar to the push for granting local officials greater oversight the school districts and all students in the districts,” he
be fixed. That’s why this is so important for our communi- in managing charters. said.
ties and for our future,” she said in a prepared statement
regarding the proposal which is slated to be heard
Wednesday, April 24, in the Senate Education Committee.
Some of those amendments are raised in the proposals
form Durazo’s fellow lawmakers, such as an effort to grant
local school districts greater influence when authorizing
and governing charters.
Dennis McBride, president of the Redwood City
Elementary School District Board of Trustees, said he con-
sidered the nuanced approach more appropriate for regulat-
ing charter schools.
“It’s very complicated. On one hand, it’s created a huge

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Migrants fearful after hundreds arrested in Mexico raid By Mark Stevenson and Sonia Perez D.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TONALA, Mexico — Central American migrants travel-


ing through southern Mexico toward the U.S. on Tuesday
fearfully recalled their frantic escape from police the previ-
ous day, scuttling under barbed wire fences into pastures and
then spending the night in the woods after hundreds were
detained in a raid.
In the Chiapas state town of Tonala, migrants flocked to
one of the few places they felt they could be safe — the
local Roman Catholic church — only to start with fear at
the sound of a passing ambulance’s siren.
“There are people still lost up in the woods. The woods
are very dangerous,” said Arturo Hernandez, a sinewy 59-
year-old farmer from Comayagua, Honduras, who fled
through the woods with his grandson. “They waited until we
were resting and fell upon us, grabbing children and
women.”
Mexican immigration authorities said 371 people were
detained Monday in what was the largest single raid so far
on a migrant caravan since the groups started moving
through the country last year.
The once large caravan of about 3,000 people was essen-
tially broken up by the raid, as migrants fled into the hills,
REUTERS took refuge at shelters and churches or hopped passing
A Central American migrant is detained by immigration officers during a raid on his journey toward the United States. freight trains. A brave few groups straggled along the high-
ways, but with dozens of police and immigration check-
points, they were bound to be caught.
Journalists from the Associated Press saw police target
isolated groups at the tail end of the caravan near Pijijiapan
Monday, wrestling migrants into police vehicles for trans-
port and presumably deportation as children wailed.
Now terrified of walking exposed on the highways, some
turned in desperation to a tactic that used to be a popular
way north, clambering aboard a passing freight train bound
for the neighboring state of Tabasco. It’s been years since
migrants hopped trains in large numbers.
Javier Nunez, a 25-year-old Honduran, said he and his
family walked through the hills, along a river and by some
train tracks after Monday’s raid before venturing into the
town of Pijijiapan to find something to eat.

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