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Officials push for free college


Supervisor, educator favor expanding plan waiving tuition to all San Mateo County students
By Austin Walsh Pres i den t so long as a supervisors … we could do so full force and figure out what the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF M a u r i c e partnership can much more,” said Goodman. financial plan is going to be,” said
Goodman to be formed with Canepa, meanwhile, said he is Canepa, who pointed to a similar
Tuition to San Mateo County broaden the county officials pleased to dig into the terms of a fee-waiver program in San
Community College District reach of the dis- to help finance possible arrangement through Francisco as a potential local
schools would be free under an ini- trict’s Promise the program which county officials could help model.
tiative examined by local elected Scholar pro- waiving two fund the program currently relying Closer to home, Goodman said
officials seeking to expand the gram. years worth of on outside contributions to oper- he believed the Promise Scholar
system’s fee waiver system. For his part, enrollment ate. program would benefit from a sim-
In a letter sent Thursday, May 2, Maurice Goodman said David Canepa fees. “We have really got to work out ilar level of financial backing pro-
San Mateo County Supervisor Goodman he favored such “If we were to the details,” he said. “But that vided by county officials to The
David Canepa urged school board an initiative, have a commitment from our being said, we need to go all in,
See COLLEGE, Page 19

San Mateo rents


costly and rising
Report claims expensive local market
will become even pricier over summer
By Austin Walsh jumped marginally from the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF month before and nearly 3% from
the previous year, according to the
Apartment rents in San Mateo report.
are already twice as expensive as What’s worse for those chal-
the national average and continue lenged to afford the cost of living
to rise, according to a database is that rents typically increase
claiming the city is the fourth over the summer months, when
most expensive in the nation. prices generally start to climb
A report from online rental data- with increased activity on the
base RentCafe said the average rental market.
rent in San Mateo was $3,229 per To that end, market analyst
month, behind only Boston, San RentHop found June and July are
Francisco and Manhattan as the the worst months to find a new
priciest locales in the country. apartment in San Francisco and
Grouped with Cambridge, San Jose respectively, as roughly
Massachusetts, the top five most a 2% premium is linked with rents
expensive cities are the only in in those peak summer periods.
the nation where rents floated The growth seen in San Mateo
NICK ROSE/DAILY JOURNAL above an average of $3,000 per follows a trend across the country,
Workers are far along on the structural features of new classrooms at Washington Elementary School in Burlingame month. according to RentCafe, as the
and are beginning to address the final details on both the exterior and interior. The cost to rent is only growing national average rent grew by
more expensive as well, as the
Burlingame campus work nears finish average monthly amount in March See RENTS, Page 17

School construction projects coming along, but more work ahead


By Austin Walsh San Carlos eyes school
district office transfer
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Burlingame Elementary School


District’s campus construction By Austin Walsh directed officials to form a com-
projects are rounding into shape, DAILY JOURNAL STAFF mittee dedicated to examining the
as the chief facilities official feasibility of moving district
expected new classrooms at Amidst an ongoing effort to bal- headquarters from its current loca-
Washington and Roosevelt ele- ance the budget and keep clear of a tion at 1200 Industrial Road, with
mentary schools to open soon. spending deficit, San Carlos an eye on shopping the available
Director of Facilities Tim Ryan school officials are considering space.
said the five-classroom blocks moving the district office and rent- Superintendent Michelle
under construction at each campus ing the vacated space to generate Harmeier said the discussion is
more money. part of a budget balancing plan
The San Carlos Elementary
See CAMPUS, Page 19 School District Board of Trustees See OFFICE, Page 27
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Thought for the Day


“Form ever follows function.”
— Louis Sullivan, American architect

This Day in History


Medical student Roger Bannister

1954 broke the four-minute mile during a


track meet in Oxford, England, in
3:59.4.
In 1 8 6 3 , the Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville in
Virginia ended with a Confederate victory over Union forces.
In 1 8 8 9 , the Paris Exposition formally opened, featuring
the just-completed Eiffel Tower.
In 1 9 1 0 , Britain’s Edwardian era ended with the death of
King Edward VII; he was succeeded by George V.
In 1 9 1 5 , Babe Ruth hit his first major-league home run as a
player for the Boston Red Sox. Actor-writer-director Orson
Welles was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
In 1 9 3 5 , the Works Progress Administration began operat-
ing under an executive order signed by President Franklin D.
Roosevelt.
In 1 9 3 7 , the hydrogen-filled German airship Hindenburg
caught fire and crashed while attempting to dock at
Lakehurst, New Jersey; 35 of the 97 people on board were
killed along with a crewman on the ground.
In 1 9 4 1 , Josef Stalin assumed the Soviet premiership,
replacing Vyacheslav M. Molotov. Comedian Bob Hope did
his first USO show before an audience of servicemen as he REUTERS
broadcast his radio program from March Field in Riverside, Deer are seen in a field in Belarus.
California.
In 1 9 4 2 , during World War II, some 15,000 American and
Filipino troops on Corregidor surrendered to Japanese
forces. In other news ...
In 1 9 7 4 , West German Chancellor Willy Brandt resigned With heavy hearts, they relinquished Washington, Adams and Jefferson
after one of his aides was exposed as an East German spy.
Infant, student are the 17th-century painting, “Portrait of boulevards.
In 1 9 9 2 , former Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev deliv- latest California measles cases a Lady” by the Flemish artist Melchior “I get to live in a lifetime where we
ered a speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, LOS ANGELES — Health officials Geldorp, which they had bought elected our first black president,” The
where Winston Churchill had spoken of the “Iron Curtain”; say a 7-month-old infant in Orange unaware of its origins, donating along Rev. Russell Thornhill of South Los
Gorbachev said the world was still divided, between North County and a graduate student who with it a 19th-century frame that they Angeles told KABC TV. “I get to share
and South, rich and poor. Actress Marlene Dietrich died at her lives in Los Angeles County are the lat- had bought for it. that with my mother, who’s 92 years
Paris home at age 90. est confirmed cases of measles in The portrait is now hanging again in old who voted and actually went to the
Southern California. the National Museum in Warsaw, nearly inauguration. I called her before I came
Birthdays Orange County’s health care agency
said Saturday that the baby, who was
eight decades after its theft, its return
welcomed in a ceremony last
here to let her know what I was doing,
and she was just in tears because she
too young to be vaccinated, was treated September attended by Poland’s culture was seeing in her lifetime ... the nam-
at an emergency room starting April 28 minister, the American ambassador and ing of a street of the first black presi-
and remains hospitalized. the couple. dent in this community.”
The Orange County Register reports The two men, Craig Gilmore and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
the student, a man, is recovering at David Crocker, were recently back in noted at Saturday’s ceremony that
home in Long Beach. Officials say he Poland using the connections they Obama Boulevard is in a section of the
could’ve exposed people to measles at gained with their goodwill gesture to city that has a number of other streets
UC Irvine and multiple other locations reach out to the local LGBT communi- named after presidents, the Los
dating back to April 28. ty, offering financial donations and Angeles Times reported.
Baseball Hall of Former British Rock singer Bob The number of measles cases in LA messages of solidarity to a group that “As we drive through this city and we
Famer Willie Mays Prime Minister Seger is 74. County is 8. Orange County has 2 con- faces misunderstanding and discrimina- see past presidents on Adams, on
is 88. Tony Blair is 66. firmed cases. tion. Washington, on Jefferson, now we’ll
Authorities are urging people to get have one that was in our lifetime, who
Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., is 85. Singer Jimmie Dale Road in Los Angeles was a president for everybody: Barack
Gilmore is 74. Gospel singer-comedian Lulu Roman is 73. immunized and to learn symptoms of
Hussein Obama,” Garcetti said.
Actor Alan Dale is 72. Actor Ben Masters is 72. Actor Richard
the extremely contagious illness. renamed Obama Boulevard A couple who proposed the name
Cox is 71. Actor Gregg Henry is 67. TV personality Tom Looted art, gay rights merge LOS ANGELES — A stretch of road in change told the Times they wanted to
Bergeron is 64. Actress Roma Downey is 59. Rock singer Los Angeles has been renamed after raise the profile of the road, attract
John Flansburgh (They Might Be Giants) is 59. Actress in recovery of Polish painting former President Barack Obama. more funding for the Baldwin
Julianne Phillips is 59. Actor-director George Clooney is 58. WARSAW, Poland — A same-sex Los A concert and ceremony Saturday Hills/Crenshaw neighborhood and
Actor Clay O’Brien is 58. Rock singer-musician Tony Scalzo Angeles couple was dumbfounded when unveiled Obama Boulevard. The street honor the 44th president.
(Fastball) is 55. Actress Leslie Hope is 54. Actress Geneva Homeland Security agents showed up at replaced Rodeo Road, a three mile “With this change, we are publicly
Carr (TV: “Bull”) is 53. Rock musician Mark Bryan (Hootie their home in 2016 with the news that street that runs across the city’s his- documenting what Obama’s legacy as
and the Blowfish) is 52. Rock musician Chris Shiflett (Foo a beloved old portrait hanging in their toric black neighborhood. It also our nation’s first black President
Fighters) is 48. Actress Stacey Oristano is 40. Model/TV per- kitchen had been looted by the Nazis intersects with Martin Luther King Jr. means to our city and our South Los
sonality Tiffany Coyne is 37. Actress Adrianne Palicki is 36. from Poland’s National Museum during Boulevard and further establishes a Angeles community,” City Council
Actress Gabourey Sidibe is 36. World War II. “presidential row” that includes President Herb Wesson.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
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Slain officer honored with historical marker Police reports
Wave goodbye
A jetski was found washed up in the sand
on East Third Avenue in Foster City , it
was reported at 4:39 p.m. Monday,
April 29. 

FOSTER CITY
Fo und pro perty. A wallet was found near a
business on East Hillsdale Boulevard, it was
reported at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 24.
Po s s es s i o n. A San Carlos man was arrested

A
historical maker will be dedicated for driving with suspended license and posses-
Monday, May 13, in memory of sion of methamphetamine on East Hillsdale
Hillsborough police Officer Boulevard, it was reported at 9:25 a.m.
Eugene Doran, shot to death 60 years ago Wednesday, April 24. 
during a car stop at the intersection of Reckl es s dri v i ng . Pedestrians were almost
Skyline Boulevard and Bunker Hill Drive. hit by a motorist on Foster City Boulevard, it
Doran already has a monument, a practical was reported at 5:06 a.m. Wednesday, April
one used by thousands of people every day: 24.
the Doran Bridge, which some unenlight- The new memorial marker for Officer Eugene Doran. Fraud. Someone was tricked into giving their
ened motorists call “the Flintstone Bridge,” wide and 3 feet tall, recounts the grim story Ciampi, known for his work in reinforced personal information over the phone on
referring to the nearby free-form domed of Doran’s death, but it also notes that the concrete structures. His resume includes the Foster City Boulevard, it was reported at 4:58
house much in the news these days. killer’s arrest resulted from skillful investi- University Art Museum and the Newman p.m. Tuesday, April 23.
The public is invited to the 11 a.m. gation, citizen cooperation and the use of Center Chapel in Berkeley, Westmoor High Publ i c i nto x i cati o n. A San Mateo man
unveiling ceremony of the impressive mon- forensic science. School in Daly City and Oceana High was arrested for being drunk in public on
ument that resulted from the funding efforts Robillard was captured just 72 hours later School in Pacifica. The bridge is part of the East Third Avenue, it was reported at 2:30
of the 100 Club, a national organization in “an amazingly successful murder investi- scenic Interstate 280, which itself is often p.m. Tuesday, April 23. 
dedicated to helping families of officers gation, ” said William Larsen, a former referred to as “the world’s most beautiful
killed in the line of duty. Santa Clara County district attorney who freeway.” BELMONT
Doran was killed in the early morning chairs the Doran Historical Marker Project. There is an earlier historical marker com- Reckl es s dri v i ng . A motorist was speed-
darkness of Aug. 5, 1959, by Alexander Larsen said criminalist Walter Houde of the memorating Doran’s death, but it is not ing and splitting lanes before almost hitting
Robillard, a convicted burglar and car thief San Mateo County crime lab, whose son nearly as elaborate as the new one, which two other vehicles on Hallmark Drive, it was
who would die in the gas chamber. Doran will attend the dedication, was able to deci- has 20 or so lines recounting the tragedy reported at 3:37 p.m. Thursday, April 25. 
pulled over Robillard and was checking to pher the print on the killer’s blood-stained and is so large three adults can stand shoul- Theft. Someone stole $4,600 worth of
see if his car was stolen when the killer shot driver’s license that was dropped at the der to shoulder behind it. The old marker at tools on Carlmont Drive, it was reported at
the officer six times. Doran left behind a scene. Vista Point in the northbound lane of 280 is 9:37 a.m. Thursday, April 25. 
pregnant wife and two children. One son This year also marks the 50th anniversary a simple one of few words that concludes by Hi t and run. A vehicle was struck by a
would die in the Vietnam War. In 2004, the of the naming of the span that crosses San saying Doran “made the supreme sacrifice at motorist on Buena Vista Avenue, it was
state of California renamed the bridge “The Mateo Creek as the “Eugene A. Doran the hands of a criminal suspect he appre- reported at 7:44 a.m. Wednesday, April 24. 
Officer Eugene and Marine Lance Corporal Memorial Bridge.” In 1970, the 400-foot hended.”
Patrick M. Doran Memorial Bridge.” high bridge, built in 1965, received a “most
San Mateo County District Attorney beautiful” designation from the American
Steve Wagstaffe will be the master of cere- Institute of Steel Construction. To be truly
monies at Monday’s dedication just outside appreciated, the span’s beauty should be
the entrance to Sawyer Camp Trail that viewed from its underside. The bridge was
winds its way alongside the Crystal Springs designed by the late architect Mario
reservoir. The monument, almost 5 feet
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On Saturday, April 20, David Grabel, Xian Chen, Claudia Sarconi


and Kelly Yeung planted a cherry tree on Radio Road in
Redwood Shores as part of a CityTrees (citytrees.org) Arbor
A rendering of the project proposed in San Mateo. Day project, sponsored by California ReLeaf.The group planted
29 trees in the area. Joining eight members of the CityTrees

Three-story downtown office building proposed board were 20 volunteers and Redwood City Councilwoman
Diana Reddy, with support from Public Works. CityTrees has
planted 3,324 trees since 2000.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT posed project Brennan said city officials have concerns
about and have outlined in a letter to the developer. Jeffrey and Jacquel i ne
An empty lot at the corner of Third Avenue and El Camino A pre-application for a study session on the project was Wi l s o n, of Redwood City,
Real may not remain vacant much longer if plans to build a submitted April 2, and Brennan said no public hearings or gave birth to a baby boy at
three-story office building at 2 W. Third Ave. continue to neighborhood meetings have been scheduled yet. He said Sequoia Hospital in Redwood
take shape in the coming months. the proposed uses are allowed within the site’s executive City on April 17, 2019.
Though a proposal to build a four-story building with office zoning, which also includes a residential overlay dis- ***
3,155 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and 10 trict. Ev an and Sarah Co hen.
two-bedroom condominiums was approved by the Planning In recent years, the intersection at Third Avenue and El of Redwood City, gave birth
Commission in July of 2017, the ownership group that Camino Real has undergone a major transformation as to a baby boy at Sequoia
received a green light for the mixed-use project has since builders have revitalized an area considered to be a main Hospital in Redwood City on
submitted new office plans for the former gas station site, gateway into downtown. Two new developments on proper- April 21, 2019.
according to city planner Phillip Brennan. ties on the eastern side of El Camino Real have been com- ***
The site was also slated to become home to the city’s first pleted in the last three years, with one at 2 E. Third Ave. Benjami n and Jenni fer Seri o , of Redwood City, gave
mechanized parking garage but is now proposed to hold an now housing a three-story office building with ground-floor birth to a baby girl at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on
19,998-square-foot office building, new sidewalks, bicycle retail where SoulCycle currently operates on the ground April 23, 2019.
parking and trees along the street. According to the project floor. A three-story mixed-use office building with ground-
plans, the developer plans to pay parking in-lieu fees floor retail at 221 S. El Camino Real was also recently com-
instead of providing parking on site, an aspect of the pro- pleted and is now home to sweetgreen restaurant.

Choir surives bus crash which claimed San Mateo man


BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE investigation.
There were 18 passengers on the bus operated by
The show went on Sunday in San Francisco for members Peninsula Tours, according to the CHP.
of a famed choir who escaped serious injury when their bus
was involved in a fatal crash a day earlier in San Mateo. “The choir, which was fortunate to escape serious injury
in the fatal car crash, lost all of its belongings and clothes
The Aeolians of Oakwood University choir performed the
in the resulting fire that destroyed their bus and their pos-
free concert as scheduled at 5 p.m. Sunday at Third Baptist
sessions,” according to a news release.
Church, 1399 McAllister St., tour organizers announced.
Several members of were slightly injured in the crash The award-winning choir was organized in 1946 at
involving four vehicles at 12:43 a.m. Saturday on on U.S. Oakwood, a historically black Seventh-day Adventist insti-
Highway 101 just south of Sierra Point in Brisbane in San tution of higher learning in Huntsville, Alabama, by the
Mateo County. late Dr. Eva B. Dykes.
The fatal crash victim was San Mateo resident Kenneth The choir, known for its repertoire of choral music that
Bishop, 51, who was in one of the four vehicles involved in ranges from the Baroque era to Negro spirituals to contem-
the crash, according to the California Highway Patrol and porary gospel, made its Northern California debut at Third
the county Coroner’s Office. The cause of the crash is under Baptist last year.
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Trump now says Mueller should not testify before Congress


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS assess whether that occurred because it is
not a legal term. He looked into a potential
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump criminal conspiracy between Russia and the
said Sunday that special counsel Robert Trump campaign and said the investigation
Mueller should not testify before Congress, did not collect sufficient evidence to estab-
abandoning his previous declaration that he lish criminal charges on that front. Mueller
would leave that decision to his attorney didn’t charge Trump with obstruction but
general. wrote that he couldn’t exonerate him,
Escalating tensions with House either.
Democrats as they seek to bring Mueller Trump did not indicate if he would take
before the House Judiciary Committee, any steps to block Mueller, who is a Justice
Trump tweeted: “Bob Mueller should not tes- Department employee.
tify. No redos for the Dems!” The president tweeted Sunday after a
Democrats are seeking more information Democrat on the committee said he was
about Mueller’s report on his Russia investi- hopeful Mueller would testify, noting that
gation. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey May 15 has been proposed.
Graham, R-S.C., has said he doesn’t plan to Rhode Island Rep. David Cicilline told
invite Mueller to testify on the report. “Fox News Sunday” that “we hope the spe-
Trump told reporters in the Oval Office cial counsel will appear” at that time and
last week that testimony from Mueller was that “we think the American people have a
“up to our attorney general.” William Barr right to hear directly from him.”
has said he has no objection to Mueller tes- Cicilline later tweeted that “nothing has
tifying. been agreed to yet.”
Trump again asserted on Twitter Sunday The House Judiciary Committee chair-
that Mueller’s report revealed “NO COLLU- man, Democratic Rep. Jerrold Nadler of New
SION” and argued that there was “NO York, said last week the committee was REUTERS
OBSTRUCTION.” “firming up the date” for Mueller’s testimo- President Donald Trump takes questions while meeting with Slovakia’s Prime Minister Peter
On collusion, Mueller said he did not ny and hoping it would be May 15. Pellegrini in the Oval Office.

Betsy DeVos a polarizing but enduring Cabinet member


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS one of its most enduring stayed, which is more than you can say faith and often weaves religion into her edu-
members. While chiefs about some others in the Cabinet.” cation speeches.
When President Donald Trump visits a of a dozen other agencies Among DeVos’ supporters, there’s a belief Despite her distance from Trump, she has
school, it’s usually for a campaign rally, have quit or been fired, that Trump’s distance from education is a a longtime friendship with Vice President
not a classroom tour. At his latest State of DeVos has survived and blessing. While the White House focuses on Mike Pence, and has built other alliances
the Union address, he mentioned education shows no intention of issues such as immigration and the econo- across the administration, her aides say,
just once. On Twitter, he has used the word leaving. my, DeVos has been free to continue her including with Ivanka Trump, the presi-
“education” six times while in office, com- “Just because she’s push for school choice, the topic that drew dent’s daughter and adviser, and her hus-
pared with 500 uses of the word “border.” been a lightning rod and her into education and fueled her more than band, Jared Kushner.
Education, it’s safe to say, is not his top Betsy DeVos been engaged in contro- 30 years of advocacy. It also helps that, in a Cabinet plagued by
priority. versy doesn’t mean she’s In return, Trump gets an education leader scandal, DeVos has kept a clean ethical
Instead, Trump entrusts that realm to not doing her job, ” said Sen. Lamar who appeals both to school choice support- record. Unlike several of her peers who have
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who after Alexander, R-Tenn., chairman of the Senate ers and to evangelical Christians. DeVos, faced inquiries over lavish travel taken at
two years has emerged as one of the most Health, Education, Labor and Pensions 61, who was raised in the Christian taxpayer expense, DeVos travels in a family
polarizing figures in his Cabinet yet also Committee. “She’s come and she has Reformed Church, is known for her devout plane and covers the cost herself.
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Boeing didn’t tell airlines that safety alert wasn’t on
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS light would have prevented either the Lion
Air crash or the March 10 crash of an
Boeing said Sunday that it discovered Ethiopian Airlines Max near Addis Ababa.
after airlines had been flying its 737 Max Boeing’s disclosure on Sunday, however,
plane for several months that a safety alert raised fresh questions about the company’s
in the cockpit was not working as intended, candor with regulators and airline cus-
yet it didn’t disclose that fact to airlines or tomers.
federal regulators until after one of the Boeing said again that the plane was safe
planes crashed. to fly without the sensor alert, called an
The feature was designed to warn pilots angle-of-attack disagree light. Other gauges
when a key sensor might be providing tell pilots enough about the plane’s speed,
incorrect information about the pitch of the altitude, engine performance and other fac-
plane’s nose. tors to fly safely, the company said.
But within months of the plane’s debut in A spokesman for the Federal Aviation
2017, Boeing said, its engineers realized Administration said the agency was notified
that the sensor warning light only worked of the non-working warning light in
when airlines also bought a separate, November, after a Lion Air 737 Max crashed
optional feature. on Oct. 29 in Indonesia. He said FAA
The sensors malfunctioned during an experts determined that the non-working
October flight in Indonesia and another in cockpit indicator presented a low risk.
March in Ethiopia, causing software on the “However, Boeing’s timely or earlier
plane to push the nose down. Pilots were communication with (airlines) would have
unable to regain control of either plane, and helped to reduce or eliminate possible con-
both crashed, killing 346 people. fusion,” the spokesman said in an emailed REUTERS
It is not clear whether having the warning statement. He declined to give more details. Team members strain to pull a DHL Boeing 757 aircraft.

Confirmed deaths three as another body found at Illinois plant


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS explosion rocked the building Friday night “Most of the processes that they do are
and left it a shattered skeleton. very non-hazardous. Silicone itself, not a
WAUKEGAN, Ill. — Search and recovery “We are in the process of removing one of hazardous substance, ” Lenzi said.
personnel found the body of another worker those two bodies,” Lenzi told a news con- “Something ... this weekend went horrifi-
Sunday in the rubble of a northern Illinois ference Sunday. He said at least half of the cally wrong.”
silicone factory that exploded and burst into building still needs to be searched. AB Specialty Silicones makes special-
flames two days earlier, bringing the death Of the nine in the building at the time of ty silicone chemical raw materials for
toll to three employees with one more body the blast, one body was found early products such as adhesives, sealants and
believed to be in the debris, a fire official Saturday. Four people were taken to the coatings.
said. hospital and one of those died later Lenzi said authorities have concluded that
Waukegan Fire Marshal Steve Lenzi said Saturday. The condition of the other three the explosion and fire was accidental.
the body was found as first responders workers in the hospital was not immediate- “We are not looking at foul play.”
resumed searching in hazardous conditions ly known, Lenzi said. The third confirmed Lenzi said that from information they
in the shattered remains of the AB death was the body located Sunday with one have gleaned in the preliminary investiga-
Specialty Silicones plant in Waukegan, other body still to recover. Two other work- tion, some of the employees realized
about 50 miles north of Chicago. ers did not require treatment at the time. something was wrong and alerted others to
They were searching for the bodies of two The cause of the explosion hasn’t been nated in the building where the silicone is get out of the building just before the
of the nine workers who were there when an determined, although Lenzi said it origi- produced. explosion.

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Home state politics complicate message for some 2020 Dems


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS representative in South Carolina, which Fellow Texan Julian Castro, ex-San
holds the South’s first presidential pri- Antonio mayor and Obama administra-
NASHUA, N.H.— Democrat Beto O’Rourke uses his mary but has no Democratic statewide tion housing chief, is more critical of
home state as a cautionary tale, ticking through Texas’ officeholders. “I think that’s something Trump than the Lone Star State, and
Republican-backed policies as warning flags for the rest of people appreciate.” praises his heavily Hispanic city.
the country. O’Rourke, who represented El Paso, “I came up in San Antonio that was
Mayor Pete Buttigieg mentions once worrying about on the Texas border with Mexico, in almost 50-50 Republican/Democrat, ”
how coming out as gay in deeply Republican Indiana might Congress for six years says he will work Castro said, though politics there now
have cost him re-election, even in his more moderate col- with both parties and loves his state. But are far more liberal. “I had to learn how
lege town of South Bend. Beto O’Rourke he isn’t shy about ripping its politics. Pete Buttigieg to talk to the other side, consider their
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand speaks of evolving away from He decries Texas for championing the ideas, find common ground where we
defending gun rights during her early years in Congress death penalty, failing to expand Medicaid under the Obama could.”
representing a conservative House district in upstate New administration’s health law and having one of the nation’s Former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel says he’s running for
York and notes, “I have uncles who voted for Trump. I get lowest voter turnout rates — due, he says, to strict voter ID president to push the field farther left — defying his home
it.” rules. O’Rourke also says jails are among Texas’ top state, which hasn’t voted Democratic for president since
There are 20-plus Democrats competing for the party’s providers of mental health care and people deliberately get 1968.
2020 presidential nomination, but only five are from reli- arrested to seek treatment. He says Texas is one of many Conversely, many of the race’s top blue-state Democrats
ably GOP areas. Members of this select group are trying to places without laws prohibiting employers from firing play up their stomping grounds.
balance their home turf stories, pitching themselves as people for being gay. California Sen. Kamala Harris said “I am so proud to be a
uniquely suited to win over voters who previously backed “It’s a defense in a court of law in Texas if you’ve killed daughter of Oakland, California” and has talked about how
President Donald Trump while also pointing out what they someone of the same sex because they came on to you in a her East Bay roots instilled a sense of community and opti-
view as the shortfalls of Republican government. bar or on the street,” O’Rourke tells campaign audiences, mism. Her state’s governor, Gavin Newsom, isn’t running
“When you’re coming from a state like that, you’ve got noting that Texas and other states don’t prohibit what but he also isn’t afraid to say that California should be the
to pick your spots to try to figure out where you can have a LGBT activists call “gay panic defense” as a mitigating inspiration for 2020 Democrats: “We’re in the most Un-
little bit of influence,” said Russell Ott, a Democratic state argument in criminal court. Trump state in America.”

Kim oversees missile firing drills, tells troops to be alert


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pletely cease “all hostile acts” against more dynamically wage the drive to increase the combat
each other in land, air and sea. ability so as to defend the political sovereignty and eco-
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean state media on South Korea said it’s “very concerned” nomic self-sustenance of the country and ... the security of
Sunday showed leader Kim Jong Un observing live-fire drills about North Korea’s weapons launches, the people from the threats and invasion by any forces.”
of long-range multiple rocket launchers and unspecified tac- calling them a violation of the agree- The North’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper pub-
tical guided weapons, a day after South Korea’s military ments to reduce animosities between the lished photos that showed Kim, equipped with binoculars,
detected the North launching several unidentified short- countries. The statement, issued after an observing tests of different weapons systems, including
range projectiles into the sea off its eastern coast. emergency meeting Saturday of top offi- multiple rocket launchers and what appeared to be a short-
Pyongyang’s official Korean Central News Agency said cials at the presidential Blue House in range missile fired from a launch vehicle, and also an
Kim expressed “great satisfaction” over Saturday’s drills and Kim Jung Un Seoul, also urged North Korea to stop explosion of what seemed to be a target set on island
stressed that his front-line troops should keep a “high alert committing acts that would raise mili- rocks.
posture” and enhance combat ability to “defend the political tary tensions and join efforts to resume nuclear diplomacy. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said that “several
sovereignty and economic self-sustenance of the country.” “Praising the People’s Army for its excellent operation projectiles” had been launched from near the coastal town
The weapons launches were a likely sign of Pyongyang’s of modern large-caliber long-range multiple rocket of Wonsan and that they flew up to 200 miles before splash-
growing frustration at stalled diplomatic talks with launchers and tactical guided weapons, he said that all the ing into the sea toward the northeast. That roughly matched
Washington meant to provide coveted sanctions relief in service members are master gunners and they are capable the distance between the area and the South Korean capital of
return for nuclear disarmament. They also highlighted the of carrying out duty to promptly tackle any situation,” the Seoul, although the North in Sunday’s report did not issue
fragility of the detente between the Koreas, which in a mil- KNCA paraphrased Kim as saying. “He stressed the need any direct threat or warning toward the South or the United
itary agreement reached last September vowed to com- for all the service members to keep high alert posture and States.

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Tansparency and the charter school task force Other
The San Diego Union-Tribune Other voices Newsom, Thurmond and San Diego Unified
Superintendent Cindy Marten — a member of the
voices
task force — didn’t answer questions from an edi-

China’s
embraced: the idea that the charter movement torial writer about the task force’s secretiveness.
The durable popularity of public charter needs to be slowed or even reversed because char- However, Thurmond told EdSource that com-
schools among parents and students alike can’t ters take away desperately needed funding from paring the charter law on transparency with the
be ignored in a state in which 660,000 students conventional schools. charter task force’s lack of it is “equating two
— more than 10 percent of California’s K-12
enrollment — attend them. Yes, a new Public
Policy Institute of California poll shows state
residents are split on the value of charters. But
This concern was reflected in early March when
Newsom signed into law a measure requiring that
the state’s 1,300-plus charter schools be much
more open about their finances and operations.
things that are really different,” and he said such
task forces aren’t subject to state open meetings
laws. But just because the task force doesn’t have
a legal obligation to operate transparently does-
agenda
China Daily
this is unsurprising, given that some charters “(We) are for transparency,” he said. “And some- n’t mean it must operate in the dark. And given
have poor records, some are badly managed and times people claim they are for transparency for the task force’s charge, there should be at least
some have indifferent results. Many deliver just When President Xi Jinping out-
everybody else, but not for themselves.” some attempt to let the public know what’s lined China’s to-do list at the Second
what they promise: a positive educational expe- Newsom is pushing a dubious narrative. That’s going on at its weekly meetings.
rience. And some are among the best schools in Belt and Road Forum for
because the state government has in recent years As matters stand, this is a bad look for Newsom International Cooperation in
the nation. This explains why the poll showed made changes to how education data is both and Thurmond. It adds to suspicions that the task Beijing recently, many foreign lis-
support for charters ran far higher among public released and explained that actually make it more force’s report — due July 1 — will be a hatchet teners started taking notes.
school parents than among state residents in difficult — not easier — for parents to evaluate
general. job foreordained by the California Teachers’ People familiar with China’s
the quality of state schools. The education estab- Association’s early support for the two candi- domestic agenda may marvel at the
Yet this doesn’t seem to matter to many in lishment that backed these changes and disdains
Sacramento, especially since Gov. Jerry Brown dates’ 2018 bids for state office. The idea that the extent to which its domestic policy
charters hardly holds the moral high ground. CTA has constructive motives when it alleges discourse — ranging from innova-
left office in January. Instead of lawmakers focus- A recent EdSource analysis makes a powerful
ing on using reforms to address longstanding charter schools are riven with “waste, fraud and tion, green development and sus-
case that Newsom is guilty of hypocrisy as well. abuse” is risible. Myrna Castrejon, president and tainability to anti-corruption and
problems with underperforming public schools, It pointed out that the 11-member task force on
the focus in the Capitol has been almost entirely CEO of the California Charter Schools transparency — has captured such a
the future of charter schools — which was estab- global audience.
on increasing state funding for public education Association, even said at a March 13 rally in
lished in March by state Superintendent of Public But it is hard for foreign partici-
— even though such funding has gone up 71% Sacramento that the CTA’s goal was “to kill us.”
Instruction Tony Thurmond at Newsom’s behest pants not to be grabbed by the rele-
over the past six years. This money-is-all-that- — is operating almost entirely out of the public So will Newsom and Thurmond be the union’s
matters view of public education is reflected in accessories? Californians will have a much better vance that Xi’s proposals have to
eye. So much for Newsom’s chest-thumping their respective nations, whether
the talking point that Democratic lawmakers about the importance of transparency. idea by this summer, when the charter task force
from new Gov. Gavin Newsom on down have finally sheds light on its secret deliberations. that be improving people’s liveli-
hoods or cultivating growth drivers.
Interestingly, what sounds domestic
Letters to the editor to China sounds global to other
countries, and vice versa. Because
what China has been doing since the
What will our children say? Public Response to ‘Charter late 1970s — opening its door wider
Editor, transportation and Caltrain schools and the census’ to foreign investment, welcoming
The last year or two has seen an unprecedented Editor, Editor, foreign trade, and strengthening
number of U.S. natural disasters, including major in reference to your article in the May 2 issue of Sue Lempert’s column in the April 29 edition of intellectual property protection —
hurricanes, massive floods, deadly tornadoes, the Daily Journal “Caltrain weighs grade crossing the Daily Journal (“Charter schools and the census”) has over the years acquired increas-
severe wildfires, subzero cold spells, some of the costs,” the Caltrain board of directors, local and may not be politically correct, but it is correct. She ingly more global significance.
hottest years on record, etc. The rest of the world succinctly and accurately describes the California That China has come to such a
state boards and politicians need to get off the
has likewise suffered from droughts, desertifica- Teachers Association’s efforts to overcome its com- stage in its development that for-
dime.
tion, melting glaciers, typhoons, flooding, heat petition by encouraging our one-party state legisla- eign competition is a welcome spur
They are way behind the curve on grade cross- to its economic restructuring and
waves, etc. ing separation. They need to get their priorities ture to curb the growth of public charter schools.
These phenomena are not unrelated. The vast What’s really happening? The CTAwould have the industrial upgrading necessarily
straight. The proper order should be grade cross- means it has to coordinate its
majority of climate scientists say they are the ing separation then electrification. To do it in the public believe that charter schools threaten the qual-
beginning effects of ‘climate disruption’ that ity of education in California when its real goal is to inbound and outbound efforts on a
reverse order risks having to redo parts of the single chessboard.
will, without question, get significantly worse in electrification project over, and thus having the divert more state money to the collective bargaining
the foreseeable future. For the next 11 years, process for union members. However, there’s some- Many developed countries have
ridership pay for the same work twice. If the experienced this stage. But none
according to the latest reports from both the U.N. thing out of sync: the CTA’s success in raising
Caltrain board can’t get their priorities straight, could boast of such a complete indus-
and the U.S. government, we have the chance to teacher salaries has not translated into higher
then they should just shut down the Caltrain sys- trial structure and such a huge popu-
prevent the worst case scenarios from coming to national rankings for California’s public
tem, abandon the right of way and bring in BART schools. So, if competition can improve academic lation as China. And, since starting
pass by de-carbonizing our economies (and those to create and operate a system that encircles the performance and learning, why wouldn’t everyone, from scratch 70 years ago, China
worst cases are truly frightening — see David Bay plus expands to the North Bay and further including the CTA, support charter schools? has not sought — nor will it seek —
Wallace-Wells on YouTube). south and east. This would create a truly regional development based on the enslaving
Every degree of global warming will make all Then, Sue is incorrect. Well, maybe more like par-
transportation system to replace the current mess tially correct. She advocates for a general or exploitation of other countries.
the extreme weather we’ve seen many, many of a system we have now. China’s rise offers unprecedented
times worse for future generations (as well as cre- Democratic party mobilization against the citizen-
What we need is grand, all-encompassing ship question on the census, but the reality is that opportunities to the world. Both the
ate millions of climate refugees), but it can, and political courage and vision to make regional developed and developing countries
must, be turned around starting now. This is no most Americans support a citizenship question. That
transportation system happen, but sadly that includes Republicans, of course, but it also includes can find partners in China, as well as
joke, no hoax, but rather a deadly serious, long- seems to be lacking these days. After all, the sources of investment and technolo-
minorities (African-Americans and Hispanics). And
term, life-threatening emergency. Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco- gy. And the Belt and Road Initiative
more Democrats support the citizenship question
Instead of denial, we need to ask ourselves one Oakland Bay Bridge were built in less than three is a means to materialize the oppor-
than oppose it. Sue also calls on Democrats to
serious question: what will our children and grand- years. Compare that with the fiasco of the current choose a more moderate political course to help win tunities into concrete benefits.
children say about us 30 or 50 years from now? Bay Bridge, which came in way over budget and support of independent voters. That could be a win- Neither a sea nor big river selects
Will they curse us for willfully ignoring the clear produced no increase in carrying capacity, took ning strategy in 2020. However, while opposition the streams that flow into it. And
signs of the impending destruction of a reason- 20 years to build and was hampered by political to the citizenship question makes for good sound without the water that flows from
ably livable planet for them? This question interference. This is the same reason the high- bites on cable news networks, it is not a moderate these, they will dry up, no matter
requires our active attention. speed rail had to be abandoned. position. how big they are, Xi said, calling on
Chuck Sher John McKenna Ray Fowler countries to remove institutional
obstacles and break any cliques they
Petaluma San Carlos Redwood City may have formed.
The symbiosis of countries that Xi
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Trump threatens to
raise Chinese tariffs
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — President Donald


Trump turned up the pressure on China on
Sunday, threatening to hike tariffs on $200
billion worth of Chinese goods.
Trump’s comments, delivered on Twitter,
came as a Chinese delegation was scheduled
to resume talks in Washington on
Wednesday aimed at resolving a trade war
that has shaken financial markets and cast
gloom over the world economy.
Trump turned up the
heat by saying he would
raise import taxes on
$200 billion in Chinese
products to 25% from
10% on Friday.
He’d twice pushed
back deadlines — in
January and March — to
Donald Trump raise the tariffs in a bid
to buy more time for a
negotiated settlement. But on Sunday,
REUTERS
Trump, who has called himself a “tariff
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi presents on stage in New York City. Uber is one of the large, state companies expected to go public soon. man,” said he’s losing patience. “The Trade
Deal with China continues, but too slowly,
as they attempt to renegotiate. No!” Trump

IPOs bring big tax influx for tweeted.


In his tweets, Trump also threatened to
slap tariffs on another $325 billion in
Chinese imports, covering everything

state; can lawmakers resist?


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS external affairs at the California Department relies heavily on the wealthiest earners; in
China ships annually to the United States.
The two countries are locked in a high-
stakes dispute over China’s push to estab-
lish itself as a technological super power.
of Finance, which manages Gov. Gavin 2017, the top 1% were responsible for more The U.S. charges that China is resorting to
SACRAMENTO — Uber and Airbnb are Newsom’s budget plans. than 47% of the state’s income tax collec- predatory tactics — including cybertheft
among at least six California-based compa- It could be difficult for lawmakers to keep tions. and forcing foreign companies to hand over
nies valued at more than $1 billion expect- their hands off any extra money because, Most of that comes in capital gains, technology — in a drive to establish
ed to go public this year, creating a new this year, California has so much of it. which in California is taxed the same as Chinese companies as world leaders in
class of millionaires and billionaires and a The state has a projected $21 billion sur- income and are heavily dependent on the advanced industries such as robotics and
welcome quandary for the state’s budget plus in the first year of Newsom’s adminis- stock market. California got nearly $11 bil- electric vehicles.
writers. tration, and that’s without factoring in lion from capital gains taxes in 2007, only The administration has repeatedly sug-
Though it’s tough to gauge the total tax money from the IPO wave. Former Gov. to see it drop to $4.6 billion in 2008 and gested that the negotiators are making
revenue all those profits will produce, it’s Jerry Brown began his administration with $2. 3 billion in 2009 during the Great progress. A month ago, Trump said that the
not a stretch to estimate California will add a deficit, and he frequently clashed with fel- Recession. two countries were “rounding the turn” and
$1 billion or more after the initial public low Democrats who wanted to spend more This budget year, state officials expect to predicted that “something monumental”
offerings, or IPOs, are made. while he wanted to save it. get $15.2 billion from capital gains taxes, would be achieved in the next few weeks.
“I’ve never experienced anything like As he left office, with the California econ- the largest amount ever. And that’s without But last week, Treasury Secretary Steven
this,” said Daniel Morgan, senior portfolio omy humming, Brown warned Newsom adding in of the expected jackpot from the Mnuchin seemed to temper expectations,
manager for the investment firm Synovus might have a tough time convincing the major IPOs. suggesting that Washington was willing to
Trust. “It’s definitely going to be a big lot- Legislature not to drastically increase Companies including ride-sharing startup “move on” if it can’t get the deal it wants.
tery for everyone. Not only tech owners, spending. Lyft and social media website Pinterest A substantive deal would require China to
but I think the state of California.” Newsom did propose new recurring spend- already have gone public, but it could be rethink the way it pursues its economic
It’s an enticing opportunity for lawmak- ing, including proposals to improve drink- months before the state starts seeing the tax ambitions, abandoning or scaling back
ers to fund chosen causes — a temptation ing water in rural areas and bolster the revenue from them. Uber, corporate chat subsidies to its companies, easing up on
legislative leaders are trying to resist. state’s 911 emergency call system. But he room provider Slack, home rental site the pressure for foreign companies to share
Lawmakers can’t count on the money being proposed new taxes to pay for them instead Airbnb and data software company Palantir trade secrets, and giving them more access
there every year, and Assembly Budget of relying on the state surplus. are poised to go public later this year. to the Chinese market.
Chairman Phil Ting said they are intent on Newsom’s budget proposal will be revised Of those, Uber is the behemoth. Experts Philip Levy, senior fellow at the Chicago
learning from their past mistakes. next month based on revenue collections. predict the company could be valued as Council on Global Affairs , said the talks
“My sense of it is we will have to be very Ting said it likely will not include revenue much as $91 billion , a decline from initial are too complicated for Trump’s high-pres-
careful,” said Ting, a Democrat from San from the IPOs. estimates but still near Facebook’s $100 sure tactics to work.
Francisco. “Our overall budget is $200 bil- David Wolfe is skeptical. The legislative billion initial public offering in 2012 that
lion. So even if there was a $1 billion or $2
billion windfall, let’s say, it doesn’t make
director of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers
Association noted California has histori-
netted California $1.3 billion in tax rev-
enue. President attacks in the
or break the budget — unless we spend it in cally had trouble saving money during the Predicting how much money California
the wrong way.”
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, that’s
good years.
“You see these surpluses out there and it’s
will get from these IPOs is difficult.
Facebook’s 2012 IPO was unusual in that
wake of Facebook bans
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
what happened. Lawmakers were quick to deja vu all over again,” said Wolfe, whose most of the state’s tax gains game from one
expand state spending amid a booming tech organization favors limited taxation. “Are person: CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg, STERLING, Va. — President Donald Trump
economy and the corporate IPOs that went we going to spend this money on one-time whose wealth state officials could easily criticized social media companies after
with it, only to see those gains vanish programs? Given California’s history, I guess based on the company’s regulatory Facebook banned a number of extremist fig-
when the bubble burst and ushered in a think the likelihood of that is doubtful.” filings. ures, declaring that he was “monitoring and
recession and a $14 billion budget gap. IPO windfalls are unusual in the world of This year, more companies going public watching, closely!!”
“From a state budget perspective, major state budgets, but they have become com- involving more investors makes it harder to Trump, who tweeted and re-tweeted com-
IPOs are a bit like rainbows. They are love- mon in California, a state with nearly 40 forecast. plaints Friday and Saturday, said he would
ly to watch but they don’t last for very million people that boasts the fifth-largest “monitor the censorship of AMERICAN CITI-
long,” said H.D. Palmer, deputy director for economy in the world. The state budget ZENS on social media platforms.” He has pre-
On the move viously asserted that social media companies
Ri ck Mi l l er has been promoted to man- exhibit bias against conservatives, something
ager of building products distributor ABC the companies have rejected as untrue.
Supply Co. Inc.’s location at 1336 Marsten The president’s comments came after
Road in Burlingame. Facebook this week banned Louis Farrakhan,
Before joining ABC Alex Jones and other extremists, saying they
Supply in 2015 as a violated its ban on “dangerous individuals.”
delivery service manager The company also removed right-wing person-
at the Burlingame loca- alities Paul Nehlen, Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul
tion, Miller had already Joseph Watson and Laura Loomer, along with
acquired over 30 years of Jones’ site, Infowars, which often posts con-
industry experience. In spiracy theories. The latest bans apply both to
2016, he was promoted Facebook’s main service and to Instagram and
to manager of the extend to fan pages and other related accounts.
Oakland location. Now, Facebook’s move signaled renewed effort by
Rick Miller Miller is returning to his the social media giant to remove people and
original ABC Supply groups promoting objectionable material such
location as a branch manager. as hate, racism and anti-Semitism.
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in Game 6 Monday night in Colorado
Monday • May 6, 2019

M-A sweeps PAL track championships


By Terry Bernal fourth-year var- year. The Gentleman Bears also three PAL titles last season, the champion in the girls’ 100 last sea-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF sity senior scored 114 points, holding off senior repeated in the girls’ 100- son and took third in the 200.
Jessica Eagle — Carlmont’s second-place total of meter and 200-meter dash and in “She’s really running well, ”
For the second time in three who claimed four 95. In 2018, M-A was overtaken the 4x100 relay. She added a fourth Perry said. “And the competition
years, Menlo-Atherton dominated gold medals — it by first-place Sequoia by one gold medal this year as M-A won hasn’t been as stiff as it was last
the varsity team standings at the marks the fourth point 84-83. the girls’ 4x400 relay. year. She’s strong. She’s motivat-
Peninsula Athletic League track consecutive PAL “Another emphatic end to the With the Central Coast Section ed. And as the competition gets
and field championships. girls’ team title PALs,” M-A head coach Alan Perry trials being held this coming better, I think it’s just going to
The Lady Bears ran away with the for M-A. said. Saturday at Gilroy High School, help her more and more.”
girls’ title Saturday on their home Jessica Eagle The M-A and the CCS finals at the same loca- Her first-place time Saturday in
track circling Coach Parks Field, boys returned Eagle soars to four titles tion Friday, May 17, Eagle figures the 100 of 12.26 seconds was a
totaling 114 points to top second- to the top of the pack after a disap- Eagle continues to prove the to be a contender in both her indi-
place Carlmont with 70. Fronted by pointing second-place finish last pride of the Bears. After winning vidual events. She was the CCS See TRACK, Page 14

Bulldogs deliver late


dramatics to advance
By Terry Bernal run triple by
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Alec Ackerman
then a game-
The Bulldogs almost let their tying double by
season slip away. Then came the Sean Prozell —
kind of emotional victory that can culminating in
define a team of destiny. a Cole Sperling
No. 7-seed College of San Mateo RBI single to
(30-12 overall) rallied for four deliver the
runs in its last at-bat for an 11-10 Cole Sperling walk-off win.
win over Sierra College in the win- “It was
ner-take-all Game 3 of a best-of- crazy,” said Brett Karalius, CSM’s
three opening playoff series starting pitcher. “I’ve never seen a
Saturday at Bulldog Stadium. game like that in the ninth. It was
But that’s only half the story of unbelievable.”
a surreal ninth inning. CSM went Sierra (30-12) had already over-
into the top of the inning with a 7- come CSM once Saturday after-
2 lead, only to see Sierra send 13 noon. After the Bulldogs’ 4-3 win
batters to the plate to stun the in Friday’s series opener, Sierra —
Bulldogs with an eight-run rally. playing as the home team at
But the ’Dogs responded with a
comeback of their own — a two- See CSM, Page 14

Giants have last laugh


TROY TAORMINA/USA TODAY SPORTS
Draymond Green, right, shoots against Houston’s PJ Tucker during Game 3 Saturday at the Toyota Center. in power show in Cincy
Game 4 looms large
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 6, Reds 5
CINCINNATI — San Francisco’s because we were facing a tougher
comeback from an 8-0 deficit pitcher,” San Francisco manager
Friday was historic. Bruce Bochy said. “It’s hard to say
By Tim Reynolds State leads fourth-seeded Houston from getting into the most-dreaded This one wasn’t as gaudy, but
2-1 in their Western Conference 3-0 hole against Golden State, it was better than 8-0, but they bat-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS manager Bruce tled snd battled and got it done.”
semifinal. The Celtics and the then rallied to win Game 3 on Bochy may have
Rockets host Game 4s, knowing a Saturday night and keep realistic Crawford’s two-run shot lifted
The scenario is simple right now been even more
win will earn them a berth in what hope alive against the two-time the Giants after Cincinnati home-
for Milwaukee and Golden State: impressed.
becomes a best-of-three show- defending NBA champions. red on three straight pitches by
Win a road game on Monday, go Bran do n
down and knowing a loss places “Every game is a must win for starter Jeff Samardzija in the first.
home toting a 3-1 series lead and Crawford deliv-
them squarely on the abyss that us, and we have to play like that,” Buster Posey hit a tying, three-
be one win away from a spot in the ered a tiebreak-
overlooks elimination. said Houston’s P.J. Tucker, who run homer in the sixth and opened
NBA’s version of the Final Four. ing, pinch-hit
“It’s a great opportunity to made a slew of key effort plays to the ninth with a one-out double
The scenario is equally simple homer in the against Raisel Iglesias (1-5).
for Boston and Houston: Win a respond, ” Celtics coach Brad help the Rockets survive Game 3. ninth inning to
Stevens said. “Every single possession, we Brandon Crawford followed with his first
home game on Monday, or else. help the Giants homer of the season and second
Top-seeded Milwaukee leads Boston had the home-court edge have to fight for the ball, fight for Crawford erase a four-run
everything the entire game.” career pinch-hit homer deep into
fourth-seeded Boston 2-1 in their over Milwaukee, then gave it back first-inning by Cincinnati to beat
Eastern Conference semifinal with a loss on Friday night. the Reds 6-5 Sunday.
series, and top-seeded Golden Houston was a bounce or two away See GAME 4, Page 12 “Today’s might’ve been better See GIANTS, Page 13

Maximum Security’s Preakness status unclear after Derby DQ


By Gary R. Graves appealing the historic decision. West said in a phone interview with The
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS West also said he realizes the appeals Associated Press.
process could extend well beyond the “If there’s going to be an appeal it will
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The next stop in upcoming race at Pimlico in Baltimore. almost certainly be before the Preakness,
the chase for the Triple Crown is the And with Kentucky racing stewards’ rul- but appeals historically take some time
Preakness, though both Maximum ing that Maximum Security interfered to sort out. Win, lose or draw, we’re not
Security and Country House remain non- with other horses that led to his disquali- going to know the outcome of that until
committal for the May 18 race following fication, there might not be a point to probably months, if not years, down the
Maximum Security’s disqualification racing the colt in the Triple Crown series’ road.”
from the Kentucky Derby. middle jewel. Maximum Security was first to finish
Owner Gary West said Sunday he is “When you’re not going for the Triple Saturday’s muddy Derby before becoming
MARK ZEROF/USA TODAY SPORTS unsure whether to enter Maximum Crown, sometimes it doesn’t make sense
Luis Saez on Maximum Security at the Kentucky Derby. Security in the Preakness as he ponders to wheel the horse back in two weeks,” See DERBY, Page 16
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Kim rallies late, wins in playoff at Lake Merced


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS about 2 1/2 After Kim putted to 2 feet, Law said. “But that’s part of the job.”
NFL brief
BBK opens Hawks’ minicamp
In his career as University of
hours before missed her birdie putt to the right, Lee6 played the final four holes Washington, Ben Burr-Kirven
DALY CITY — Sei Young Kim Kim, and Lee6 and Lee6’s try went left. Kim then in regulation in 4 under, holing a went from special teams reps to a
overcame a rough start to win the had a 67. ended it. 12-footer for eagle on 15 and mak- Pac-12 Defensive Player of the
LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship Kim won for Law, the 24-year-old former ing birdies on 16 and 18. Year linebacker.
on Sunday at cold and windy Lake the eighth time UCLA star from England, missed a “Not really happy with the three After earning the award as a sen-
Merced, outlasting Bronte Law and on the LPGA chance to tie the LPGA Tour record putts,” Lee6 said through a transla- ior this year, the
Jeongeun Lee6 with a birdie on the Tour, improv- for the largest comeback at 10 tor. graduate of
first hole of a playoff. ing to 4-0 in strokes. The 22-year-old South Korean Sacred Heart
Three strokes ahead entering the Sei Young Kim playoffs. “Obviously, the greens are quite has the number in her name Prep was drafted
day, Kim opened with a double “It was really bumpy right now, it makes it kind because she was the sixth player in the fifth
bogey and a bogey and dropped frustrating, because the beginning of difficult at the end,” Law said. with the name on the Korean round by the
another stroke on No. 8. The 26- holes,” Kim said. “I try to keep “Thought I hit a good putt there, so LPGA. She has embraced the num- S e a t t l e
year-old South Korean birdied the going and focus. ... That taught me it didn’t go in. It happens.” ber, answering to it and writing a Seahawks last
par-5 15th to regain a share of the a lot today.” She made five birdies in a six- large “6” on her balls. Her South month. Now,
lead, dropped back with a bogey on She nearly retraced her regula- hole stretch in the middle of the Korean fan club is called “Lucky
the par-3 17th and birdied the par-5 tion path on the 18th in the play- round and reached 7 under with a 4- 6.” Jeongeun Lee5 also plays the Ben Burr-Kirven he’s looking at
a similar path as
18th for a 3-over 75 and a spot in off, almost driving into her own wood to 4 feet for eagle on No. 15. LPGA Tour. his pro career begins. He opened
the playoff at 7-under 281. divot and hitting another 4-iron She parred the last three, canceled Lexi Thompson, Amy Yang, minicamp with the Seahawks last
“It was really tough,” Kim said. from 199 yards a foot closer than her scheduled flight and waited to Eun-Hee Jiand Charley Hull tied for Friday in Renton, Washington.
“The whole day I got a lot of pres- before onto the front right fringe. see if she’d win or get into a play- fourth at 5 under. Thompson, Yang “I know that I’m a guy that is
sure. And I missed the last par 3, Law left her approach short and off. and Ji each shot 71, and Hull had a hopefully going to be a core special
and that’s really bad for me. I’m right and pitched to 6 feet. Lee6’s “Ultimately, waiting around that 74. Hull eagled the 15th to get teamer for them and go down and do
still like almost my heart came approach bounced into the middle long is tough, to even get back within a stroke of the lead, then the dirty work, cover kicks, block,
out.” of the green, leaving her a 40-foot into the mindset of, like, ‘OK, I bogeyed the 16th and parred the all that kind of stuff,” Burr-Kirven
Law closed with a 65, finishing eagle putt that she hit 6 feet past. got to go out and play again,”’ Law final two. said. “I think that's where it starts.”

Nuggets go down to wire to Warriors vs. Rockets, Game 4, Monday, 6:30 p.m.
even series 2-2 with Blazers THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Warriors expect Curry to


added that cen-
ter DeMarcus
win and they trailed by a single
point at the end of a first quarter
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cousins, who where Eric Gordon scored seven
bounce back after struggling in injured a quadri- points and Clint Capela added six.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Nikola Jokic Game 3. “He’s just really competi- ceps muscle in Pre s s ure i s o n : James
had 21 points, 12 rebounds and 11 tive and he gets locked in and he the first round, Harden. Last year’s MVP has led
assists for his second straight gets a little big angry and he comes has made the Rockets in scoring in each
triple-double and fourth of the play- out with a lot of focus and a lot of m a r k e d game of the series, capped by
offs, and the Denver Nuggets evened fight,” coach Steve Kerr said. progress and Saturday’s 41-point performance,
their Western Conference semifinal Injury watch: Houston reserve DeMarcus could also play but will need to keep it up if the
series against the Trail Blazers at 2- Danuel House, who missed Cousins this postsea- Rockets hope to even the series
2 with a 116-112 victory Sunday. Saturday’s game, is questionable for son. “He’s before heading back to California
Jamal Murray led all scorers with Game 4 because of a toe injury. For come a pretty long way,” Kerr said. for Game 5. Harden has been
34 points and made all 11 free the Warriors, Kerr said Saturday that Keep an ey e o n: The first plagued by criticism in the play-
throws for the Nuggets, who handed Damian Jones, who tore a pectoral quarter. The Warriors outscored offs in the past few years as
Portland their first postseason loss muscle in the beginning of Houston 57-39 combined in the Houston has been unable to get
at home this season. The series now December, might be cleared for con- first quarters of Games 1 and 2 to past the Warriors, losing to them
heads back to Denver for Game 5. tact practices next week and could take a 2-0 lead in the series. The in the postseason in three of the
CJ McCollum had 29 points and return if the Warriors advance. Kerr Rockets fared better in Saturday’s last four seasons.
Damian Lillard added 28 for the
Blazers, who missed out on taking JAIME VALDEZ/USA TODAY SPORTS Stephen Curry — playing with hasn’t played in a month and has
a 3-1 lead in a conference semifi-
nals for the first time since 2000.
Rodney Hood’s 3-pointer got
Nuggets guard Jamal Murray, right,
scores Sunday at the Moda Center.
Leonard scored 39 points, includ-
GAME 4 fingers taped together on his left
hand following a dislocation of
his middle finger — was 7 for 23
yet to appear in these playoffs
after a left oblique tear. Smart prac-
ticed on Sunday and has been
the Blazers within 110-107 with ing a clutch 3-pointer with 1:01 Continued from page 11 in the Warriors’ Game 3 loss, and cleared for contact, though no
52 seconds left and Lillard’s layup left, to help the Toronto Raptors was almost universally mocked on determination for his Game 4
got the Blazers even closer to 112- beat the Philadelphia 76ers 101-96 social media after missing a dunk availability has been officially
110 with 7.7 seconds to go. The Celtics and Warriors are in the final seconds. made.
on Sunday and even the Eastern
But Murray’s free throws gave going to be looking for more from “I want to shoot the ball better, “I’m close,” Smart told reporters
Conference semifinal series at 2-2.
Denver a four-point lead. their star guards in Game 4. and that’s going to happen,” Curry Sunday.
Marc Gasol scored 16, Kyle
Lowry had 14 and the Raptors Boston’s Kyrie Irving was 8 for said. “He’s close,” Stevens said.
Raptors 101, 76ers 96 rebounded after consecutive losses 22 from the floor in the Celtics’ A big boost for Boston could That would seem like a strong
PHILADELPHIA — Kawhi to reclaim home-court advantage. Game 3 loss. Golden State’s come from Marcus Smart, who hint.

May 8 - 7 p.m.
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Rodney can’t close it out, A’s fall in wild 13th to Buccos
By Chris Mueller “I was just tracking the ball and kind of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Pirates 5, A’s 3 checked the fence and knew it was going to
be close to the fence,” Davis said. “I just kept
PITTSBURGH — There were hardly any following the ball and stayed on it. I was
runs to be had Sunday as the A’s and Pirates happy I made the play, but a little sad I had to
went to extra-innings tied at 1. pull myself out. I didn’t feel like I’d be bene-
Then, when the A’s finally scored in the ficial for the team.”
top of the 13th, the Pirates scored more. Tyler Lyons (1-0) got the win despite strug-
Pittsburgh responded to Stephen gling in his Pirates debut. After pitching a 1-
Piscotty’s two-run double 2-3 12th, he walked the first two batters in the
in the top of the inning 13th and allowed an RBI single to Kendrys
by scoring four in their Morales and a run-scoring double to Piscotty
last licks to top the A’s 5- before getting pitcher Yusmeiro Petit to hit
3 in Sunday’s series into an inning-ending double play.
finale. The teams were tied 1-1 going into extras.
Starling Marte — who Pittsburgh got on the board in the second
got knocked out on an when Josh Bell doubled and scored on Colin
April 19 game against the Moran’s sacrifice fly. A’s pinch-hitter Robbie
Giants when the center Grossman tied it in the seventh with a single.
Fernando fielder was in a gruesome The Pirates had a golden opportunity with
Rodney collision with shortstop runners on first and third with zero outs in the
Erik Gonzalez — was the hero, hitting a sixth but couldn’t capitalize as Gregory
game-ending, three-run homer. Polanco flied out, Bell struck out and Melky
Cole Tucker started Pittsburgh’s comeback Cabrera lined out to end the inning.
with a one-out single off Fernando Rodney
(0-2). Jung Ho Kang walked and Adam Frazier
CHARLES LECLAIRE/USA TODAY SPORTS Up next
drove in Tucker with a single before Marte
Pirates shortstop Cole Tucker attempts to turn a double play after forcing Matt Chapman The A’s return home for a three-game series
drilled a ball out to center for his fifth
out at second base in the 13th inning Sunday at PNC Park. against Cincinnati Tuesday. Mike Fiers (2-3,
walkoff homer. league home run leader, left in the second the left field wall chasing a popup. He said he 6.81) will take the mound coming off a solid
A’s slugger Khris Davis, last year’s major inning with a left hip bruise after crashing into expects to play against the Reds Tuesday. seven-inning outing against Toronto April 26.

He’s not happy with the results, but we still inning,” Castillo said. “I didn’t know I was

GIANTS like where he is.”


Tony Watson (1-0) pitched a perfect
eighth to support the comeback. Will Smith
throwing a no-hitter. I don’t think I missed
with the pitch to Posey. It was a really good
pitch. He put a good swing on it.”
MLB brief
Bishop picks up first big league hit
Continued from page 11 worked around Kyle Farmer’s first career Castillo gave up four hits and four runs CLEVELAND — Rookie outfielder Braden
pinch-hit homer with two outs to earn his with two walks. He tied his season high Bishop got his major league first hit Sunday
the right field seats, lifting the Giants to ninth save in nine tries. with nine strikeouts. in the Mariners’ 10-0 throttling of Cleveland.
their third win in four games. Eugenio Suarez, Jesse Winker and Derek Samardzija became the first Giants pitch- Bishop — a San Carlos native and graduate
“It was hard to see,” Crawford said. “I was Dietrich pounced on Samardzija to give the er to allow three consecutive home runs of St. Francis-Mountain
just trying to focus on seeing the ball and Reds a 4-0 first inning lead. since Brett Tomko on April 18, 2004, View — delivered a single
putting a good swing on it.” Suarez followed Joey Votto’s leadoff against the Dodgers. to center field against
San Francisco overcame an eight-run bloop single to center with a drive that just Cleveland pitcher Tyler
deficit to beat Cincinnati 12-11 in 10 cleared the fence down the right field line. Trainer’s room Olson to lead off the
innings Friday night, but Posey leaned Winker and Dietrich followed with first- fourth inning.
pitch drives to right-center, Dietrich turn- Derek Holland is expected to be activated He planned to give the
toward agreeing with his skipper, especial- from the injured list in time to start on
ly since the Giants came back against Luis ing his entire body to stare into the Reds ball to his father Randy
dugout as he danced up the first base line Wednesday at Colorado. Holland has been as a souvenir.
Castillo, the reigning NL Pitcher of the sidelined since April 28 with a left index
Month. after his fourth home run in three games. Bishop went 2 for 4
finger bone bruise. Braden Bishop with two RBIs, follow-
“He was throwing a no-hitter until the The home runs were each player’s ninth of
sixth,” Posey said. “He was tough — really the season. ing with a two-run single in the fifth.
tough. Being able to score four runs off him Samardzija regrouped and retired his last
Up next A third-round draft pick out of University
is a nice accomplishment.” 13 batters. He allowed five hits and four Giants left-hander Drew Pomeranz (1-3, of Washington in 2015, Bishop made his
Crawford’s homer was the second ninth- runs with four strikeouts in five innings. 4.08) makes his first appearance against major league debut March 21 against the A’s
inning blast allowed by Iglesias. Posey hit Castillo was dynamic through five Cincinnati since 2016. in the Tokyo Dome. It was a historic
a tying homer Friday. innings, facing the minimum 15 batters and Reds right-hander Anthony DeSclafani (1- moment in that Bishop took over when
“The Giants are a good team and have been allowing no hits and one walk. The Giants 1, 3.48) has a 14 2-3 innings scoreless Ichiro Suzuki came off the field in the
for a long time,” Reds manager David Bell reached him in the sixth for four runs. streak, four outs short of matching his eighth inning in what would be the final
said. “We’ve seen Raisel really good, too. “I didn’t do anything different in the sixth career high. game of Ichiro’s 19-year big league career.
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tled for second place by the slimmest of missed running the event in under five to dominate in the throwing disciplines.

TRACK margins, senior Francisco Sanchez proved


the difference Saturday. A transfer from
Aragon, Sanchez took two gold medals,
minutes.
“I think I definitely felt a burst of emo-
tion,” Gescuk said. “Just kind of disbelief.
The reigning champ in girls’ discus and shot
put, she again went double gold. In the shot
put, she topped the podium with a throw on
Continued from page 11 winning the boys’ 100 in 10.95, and the But it just made me want it more.” 44-01.5, In the discus, she won with throw
200 in 22.29. Gescuk’s tenacity may now cause her to of 152-10, over 28 feet better than the sec-
Senior distance runner Cole Mediratta was alter her strategy in the CCS champi- ond-place distance.
tick below her season best, set March 16 at
the St. Francis Invitational of 12.20. That also a two-time winner, taking gold in the onships, where the original plan was for her In the girls’ 800, Half Moon Bay’s
is the second-best time in the event for any 1,600 in 4 minutes, 23.87 seconds to claim to only run one of the events, according to Kendall Mansukhani won in 2:18.55; in the
CCS runner this year. Only Soquel sopho- his first-ever PAL title. He later took first Carlmont head coach John Lilygren. 100 hurdles, Hillsdale’s Elise Raphael won
more Sarah Canavan is better at 12.14. place in the 3,200 in 9:50.18. “The original plan was to skip her in the in 16.86; in the 300 hurdles, Terra Nova’s
Eagle’s best time in the 200 is even clos- “Cole’s really improved a lot,” Perry said. 16 and run her only in the 3,200,” Lilygren Elizabeth Demafeliz won in 49.54; in the
er to the top spot. She took the PAL title “He had a great cross-country season and he’s said. “But I think she wants to have one high jump, Hillsdale’s Bianca Belforte won
Saturday in 25.07, her personal record in dropped a lot in the 16 and 3,200s. … He’s more shot at breaking five minutes.” at 4-08; in the pole vault, Sequoia’s Julie
the event. That ties her for second best in worked really hard and he’s really getting the Gescuk was far off her personal record in Trundle won at 9-06; in the long jump,
the CCS this season with Jessica Swalve, tactical side of it down.” the 3,200, though her time of 11:02.63 was Sequoia’s Savanna Newton won at 14-11.5;
and is just off the top time of 25.02 set by The M-A boys also enjoyed a strong show- still enough to take gold. At the Arcadia and in the triple jump, San Mateo’s Evelyn
San Lorenzo Valley senior Camryn Crouch. ing the field events. Andrew Scott won the Invitational April 6, she PRed at 10:32.95, Contreras won at 32-11.25.
Perry said she can absolutely contend for triple jump with a top distance of 42 feet, the best time in CCS this season by over 11
multiple CCS titles this year. 3.25 inches. In the throwing disciplines, seconds. Other boys’ results
“I think so,” Perry said. “She’s got big-meet held the previous weekend at M-A, Songi Eke M-A senior Sara Osterberg was is certainly In the boys’ 400, Aragon sophomore Ian
experience … so she knows what to expect took first place in the boys’ discus at 148- impressed with Gescuk. Osterberg took third Koe won in 50.20; in the 800, El Camino’s
and how to prepare herself for big competi- 10, while M-A senior Noah Ngalu took sec- place in the 3,200 at 11:21.93, and fourth in Yutaka Roberts won in 1:58.38; in the 110
tion. So, she’s risen to the occasion.” ond at 138-9. the 1,600 at 5:10.45. hurdles, Capuchino’s Jonathan Natividad
M-A swept the top three spots in each the “Definitely intimidating,” Osterberg said. won in 15.60, out-legging Mills’ Enrico
100 and 200. Carlmont’s Gescuk goes the distance “But it’s good competition … for both races Cruz who took second in 15.64; and in the
Autriyana Hardy took second place in the After taking the PAL championship in the I run. So, I always know I have someone to 300 hurdles, Burlingame’s Cooper Glavin
100 at 12.85, and also claimed third place girls’ 3,200 last season, Gescuk not only go up against.” won in 42.16.
in the 200 at 26.23. Lauren Collinsworth won a repeat title in the event this year, she Osterberg was all smiles after Saturday’s In the boys’ relays, Carlmont won the
took third place in the 100 at 12.95. In the doubled down to take the crown in the 1,600 meet after advancing to the CCS champi- boys’ 4x100 in 43.58, and also the 4x400 in
200, Malia Latu took second place at 26.03. as well. onships for the first time in her varsity 3:31.86.
Latu also took the championship in the That doesn’t mean the senior was entirely career.
In the boys’ high jump, Sequoia’s John
girls’ 400 with the only sub-one-minute happy with her performance. “Really excited,” Osterberg said. “I don’t Utecht won at 6-00; In the long jump, Utecht
time at 59.36. In the girls’ 1,600, Gescuk dominated know what to expect … but it should be fun.” took gold as well at 20-09.5; in the pole
with a time of 5:01.63. She missed her per- vault, Sequoia’s John Horan won at 14-07;
Sanchez a difference maker sonal record of 5:00.51 set at M-A in a dual
Other girls’ results and in the shot put, Aragon’s Liam Laughlin
After last season when the M-A boys set- meet March 27. More importantly, she just Terra Nova senior Carly Watts continued won at 47-05.

“I came out and I had faith in the bullpen,” bring up the lefty Sperling, despite having in the middle of the diamond to his credit.

CSM Karalius said. “So, I was fine, like: ‘We’ve


got this.’ It ended up getting closer and
closer. I was in the dugout like: ‘Are you
a right-handed reliever in Takashi Umino on
the bump.
“I had no doubt in my mind that I was
“Everyone just smashed me,” Sperling
said of finding himself at the bottom of that
dog-pile.
Continued from page 11 kidding me?’” going to do it,” Sperling said. “I wanted it. The victory was win No. 30 on the year
Sierra batted around against four CSM I was happy they intentionally walked for CSM. It marks the second time in three
relievers — Zach Button, Carlo Lopiccolo, [Flores].” years the Bulldogs have reached the plateau,
Bulldog Stadium in Game 2 — overcame a
Nino Bartolome and Justin Prince — with Sperling found himself in a quick hole. after just missing the mark last season with
late deficit in Saturday’s early game for a 4-
Lopez again playing the hero, delivering a Umino painted him with two straight fast- 29 wins.
2 win, scoring individual runs in the sev-
three-run home run off Lopiccolo to give balls, both on the outside of the plate.
enth and eighth to tie before Matt Lopez
capped a walk-off win with a two-run home
the Wolverines an 8-7 lead. Sperling said he was looking for something Bologna stays red hot in
Prince finally got the Bulldogs back in he could pull and got it two pitches later
run in the bottom of the ninth.
the dugout facing a 10-7 deficit and No. 2 when Umino’s 1-2 offering missed right
Delta’s sweep of Monterey
Game 3 was a ninth inning of a different batter JJ Ota due up. over the heart of the plate. Carlmont graduate Vinny Bologna, now a
color, though. Karalius marched out to the “We knew that we could easily come back With the speedy Andrew Howard having sophomore at San Joaquin Delta-Stockton,
mound to start the inning after holding with the guys we have and the pride we previously entered as a pinch runner at sec- claimed the Big 8 Conference triple crown
Sierra in check, having allowed two runs on have,” Sperling said of a CSM offense bat- ond for Prozell, it was an easy score when through the regular season. And he is show-
eight hits to that point. ting .301 as a team this season. “We’re not Sperling ripped a line-drive single to right. ing no signs of slowing down.
“I was feeling good,” Karalius said. “I going to give up.” “It was crazy,” Sperling said. “So many Delta, the No. 1-seeded playoff team in
thought I could finish it.” Ota grounded out to open the inning. things were going through my head. I was Northern California, cruised past Monterey
But Sierra’s Brandon Motheral opened the Sierra wouldn’t record another out in 2019. so excited for the team. It was a real team Peninsula with a two-game sweep in
inning with a single, Lorenzo Debrecht Danny Carnazzo and Torres singled back- effort.” Stockton by finals of 12-2 and 12-1.
reached on an error by third baseman Justin to-back, and Ackerman drove them both Sperling — a freshman out of St. Francis- Bologna went 4 for 8 in the series with two
Torres, and Kenny LeBeau socked an RBI home with a triple to put the tying run at Mountain View — wasn’t a starter in either doubles, two home runs and five RBIs.
single to close the score to 7-3. That ended third with one out. Prozell delivered a bolt of Saturday’s games. He entered as a sub in Bologna has now hit safely in 15 straight
the day for Karalius, who was still feeling double to center to tie it up. Then, with first Game 2 and took a walk in his only plate games, batting .433 (26 for 60) during that
confident despite departing with the poten- base open, Sierra intentionally walked appearance. He finished Game 3 going 1 for stretch. He is batting .409 with 13 homers
tial tying run coming to the plate. right-handed hitting Anthony Flores to 2 with the game-winning RBI and a dog-pile and 63 RBIs on the year.
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Slingsby skippers Australia to SailGP win over Japan
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS all three races Sunday Outteridge, an Olympic gold and silver highlight for our team so far.”
before finishing second medalist and an America’s Cup veteran, said Britain won the first race Sunday and fin-
SAN FRANCISCO — Tom Slingsby skip- and fourth Sunday. a software issue meant that they were sailing ished third in the regatta, followed by the
pered Australia to victory over Japan on San “We’re stoked. It’s no blind around the course. United States, France and China.
Francisco Bay on Sunday in the match-race secret that we struggled “As soon as something doesn’t work, it Australia leads the overall series with 93
final of the U.S. debut of the SailGP global all week,” said Slingsby, makes it very hard,” said Outteridge, who points while Japan has 91. Britain is a dis-
league. an Olympic gold medalist also is from Australia. “It’s like asking a tant third with 79, followed by the United
The Australians have won the first two who helped Oracle Team race car driver to drive a car where the brakes States with 68, France 61 and China 60.
regattas in the new series, which is sailed in USA win the America’s aren’t working. The last race we lost the dis- The next regatta is in New York on June
50-foot foiling catamarans that are capable Tom Slingsby Cup on San Francisco play software that tells us the time to the 21-22, followed by stops in Cowes,
of sailing nearly 50 knots. Bay in 2013. “Nathan start, time to boundaries, shows a diagram of England, and Marseille, France. The three-
Slingsby steered the Aussies to finishes of Outteridge and his team were better, but we where you are on the course, so we raced the day Marseille regatta will conclude with a
third and first in Sunday’s first two races to kept saying we are going to come back.” last race blind. Considering all that hap- $1 million winner-take-all match race
earn a spot in the final against Nathan Australia also beat Japan in the final of the pened today, to still come second here and between the top two teams for the season
Outteridge and the Japanese team, which won inaugural regatta in Sydney in mid-February. still pushing hard is great. Yesterday was the championship.

Sharks vs. Avalanche, Game 6, Monday, 7 p.m.


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS league. Evander Kane leads the team serving
153 total minutes.
Sharks know comeback script
San Jose Sharks (46-27-9, second in the
Pacific Division during the regular season)
vs. Colorado Avalanche (38-30-14, fifth in
the Central Division during the regular sea-
To p perfo rmers : Nathan MacKinnon
leads the Avalanche with 41 goals, adding
58 assists and totaling 99 points. Mikko
Rantanen has five goals and eight assists
after writing one of their own
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
son) over the last 10 games for Colorado.
Wes tern Co nference s eco nd ro und: Brent Burns leads the Sharks with 83 total Nearly eliminated after falling behind 3-1
San Jose leads series 3-2 points, scoring 16 goals and adding 67 in a first-round series and by three goals in
Bo tto m l i ne: The Sharks visit the assists. Logan Couture has eight goals and the third period of Game 7 against Vegas,
Colorado Avalanche in the Western two assists over the last 10 games for San San Jose is just one win away from making
Conference second round with a 3-2 lead in Jose. it to the conference finals for the fourth time
the series. The teams meet Monday for the Sharks po s ts eas o n: Averaging 3.1 this decade.
ninth time this season. The Sharks won the goals, 5.2 assists, 4.8 penalties and 12.1 But after staging an epic comeback
last matchup 2-1. Tomas Hertl scored a team- penalty minutes while giving up 3.1 goals against the Golden
high two goals for the Sharks in the victory. per game with a .903 save percentage. Knights in the first
The Avalanche have gone 21-14-6 in Av al anche po s ts eas o n: Averaging 2.9 round, the Sharks know
home games. Colorado averages 9.4 penalty goals, 5.0 assists, 4.8 penalties and 11.2 the Avalanche can also do
minutes per game, the fourth-most in the penalty minutes while giving up 2.5 goals the same.
NHL. Ian Cole leads the team serving 115 per game with a .924 save percentage. “We faced three elimi-
total minutes. Av al anche i njuri es : None listed. nation games against
The Sharks have gone 21-16-4 away from Sharks i njuri es : Radim Simek: out Vegas. We didn’t go away
home. San Jose averages 9.1 penalty min- (lower body), Joe Pavelski: day to day easily and I don’t antici-
utes per game, the seventh-most in the (upper body). Peter DeBoer pate they’re going to
either, ” coach Peter
DeBoer said. “This feels good. We put our-
Blues stun Stars to force Game 7 NHL playoffs selves in a good spot with a chance to put JOHN HEFTI/USA TODAY SPORTS
them away.” Tomas Hertl, seen here in Game 2, scored both
DALLAS — Colton Parayko was shooting
his first postseason game, The teams have alternated wins through San Jose goals in Saturday’s 2-1 win over the
to score for the St. Louis Blues, and deliv-
got a slap shot past him. the first five games. The Sharks are coming Avalanche in Game 5 at SAP Center.
ered a stunning blow to the Dallas Stars
even without getting the puck in the net. Stars head coach Jim off their most complete performance of the The Sharks did the best job they have all
Parayko’s hard shot from the slot hit Ben Montgomery said Bishop series as they dominated from start to finish series at slowing down Nathan MacKinnon,
Bishop’s left shoulder, knocking the goalie was fine, pointing out that in a 2-1 win at home on Saturday night. holding him to one shot on goal and ending
onto his back and deflecting the puck to he had stayed in the game San Jose outshot Colorado 39-22, got his eight-game point streak. Defensive pair
deep in the circle. Alexander Steen took a before Anton Khodobin two goals from Tomas Hertl and held the Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Brent Burns got
shot from there that was redirected by Jaden got his first action of the Avalanche to just one shot on goal during the bulk of the responsibility against
Schwartz over the still laid-out goalie in a postseason. three power plays. Colorado is just 2 for 17 Colorado’s top line of MacKinnon, Gabriel
4-1 victory to force Game 7 in the second- While St. Louis main- with the man advantage this series. Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen.
Colton Parayko tained possession of the
round Western Conference semifinal series. “One of the changes has to come with That matchup will be harder to get consis-
Schwartz’s eighth goal of the playoffs with puck while Bishop was down, Stars defense- their mindset, ” Colorado coach Jared tently on the road for San Jose. But the
12:23 left made it 3-1, and was the first of two man John Klingberg thought there should Bednar said. “We’ve got to get in attack Avalanche know it will take more than just
goals by the Blues in a 33-second span. have been a whistle to stop play. mode and some of that is we have to move getting one line going to extend this series.
Bishop was tended to by a trainer and ini- Blues coach Craig Berube said officials “don’t the puck and shoot the puck. It’s happening “Everybody that’s in this room knows
tially stayed in the game, but a switch was blow the whistle when you have possession. ... too slow, we’re too stationary, we’re not what’s at stake and how important the next
made soon after when Sammy Blais, playing His mask was still on, so that’s the reason.” shooting.” one is going to be,” Landeskog said.
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“We wanted to have the stewards


AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Maximum Security bettors lost about $9M explain to us what they saw and
show us on their video the pic-
East Division East Division
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A $2 exacta wager — involving tures of exactly what they saw, and
Tampa Bay 21 12 .636 — Philadelphia 19 14 .576 — horses finishing first and second they refused to allow us to do
New York 18 14 .563 2 1/2 Atlanta 18 16 .529 1 1/2 LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Bettors — paid $3,009.60. A $1 superfec- that,” he said.
Boston 17 18 .486 5 New York 16 18 .471 3 1/2 who wagered on Maximum ta bet — involving the first four “That was really pretty bush
Toronto 15 19 .441 6 1/2 Washington 14 19 .424 5
Baltimore 12 22 .353 9 1/2 Miami 9 24 .273 10
Security in the Kentucky Derby horses — returned $51,400.10. league, because there is no rule
only to see the colt get disquali- Churchill Downs said wagering that they can’t show the film to
Central Division Central Division fied for interference will receive on the Kentucky Derby increased the owner and trainer that got dis-
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB refunds. 10% to a record $165.5 million, qualified for the first time in the
Minnesota 20 11 .645 — Chicago 19 12 .613 —
Cleveland 18 14 .563 2 1/2 St. Louis 20 14 .588 1/2 Twinspires.com, Churchill surpassing the old mark of history of the Kentucky Derby
Detroit 15 16 .484 5 Milwaukee 20 16 .556 1 1/2 Downs’ online wagering service, $149.9 million set last year. This other than they aren’t working
Chicago 14 18 .438 6 1/2 Pittsburgh 16 15 .516 3 tweeted that it will give back up to year’s wagering included $4.1 today, or Monday, or Tuesday or
Kansas City 12 23 .343 10 Cincinnati 14 20 .412 6 1/2 $10 to anyone who bet on Wednesday.”
million bet in Japan, the first
West Division West Division Maximum Security to win in time the Derby was offered for The only other disqualification
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Saturday’s Derby. wagering in that country. Master in the Derby occurred long after
Houston 20 14 .588 — Los Angeles 22 14 .611 — The company said $6,212,046 Fencer, the first Japan-bred to run the race in 1968. First-place fin-
Seattle 19 17 .528 2 Arizona 20 14 .588 1 was bet on the colt to win.
Texas 16 16 .500 3 San Diego 19 16 .543 2 1/2
in the Derby, was sixth. isher Dancer’s Image tested posi-
Angels 15 19 .441 5 Colorado 16 19 .457 5 1/2 Maximum Security also had The track said wagering from all tive for a prohibited medication,
A’s 15 21 .417 6 Giants 15 19 .441 6 $1,495,408 bet to place and sources on the 14-race card totaled and Kentucky state racing offi-
$1,272,082 wagered to show, so a record $250.9 million, up 11% cials ordered the purse money to
Saturday’s Games Saturday’s Games
Minnesota 7,N.Y.Yankees 3 Chicago Cubs 6, St. Louis 5
the disqualification cost those over last year’s total of $225.7 be redistributed. Forward Pass
Cleveland 5,Seattle 4 Atlanta 9, Miami 2 bettors about $9 million. million. got the winner’s share. A subse-
Kansas City 15,Detroit 3 Washington 10, Philadelphia 8 Country House, a 65-1 shot, The attendance of 150,729 was quent court challenge upheld the
Baltimore 3,Tampa Bay 0 Pittsburgh 6, Oakland 4 was moved up to first place from
Cincinnati 9, San Francisco 2
down 4% compared with last year, stewards’ decision.
Pittsburgh 6,Oakland 4
Boston 15,ChicagoWhite Sox 2 Milwaukee 4, N.Y. Mets 3, 18 innings second. The colt paid $132.40, with the forecast of all-day rain The Derby finish will be debat-
Houston 14,Angels 2 Arizona 9, Colorado 2 $56.60 and $24.60. keeping fans away, although the ed for some time, and that’s not
Texas 8,Toronto 5 L.A. Dodgers 7, San Diego 6 Twinspires.com says $520,907 heaviest rain didn’t fall until good for the beleaguered sport.
Sunday’s Games Sunday’s Games
Atlanta 3, Miami 1, 10 innings was wagered on Country House to about an hour before the Derby Now racing moves to the
Tampa Bay at Baltimore,ppd.
Detroit 5,Kansas City 2,10 innings Pittsburgh 5, Oakland 3, 13 innings win. was run. Preakness and Pimlico, where
Philadelphia 7, Washington 1 nearly 6,700 seats at the dilapi-
Seattle 10,Cleveland 0
Milwaukee 3, N.Y. Mets 2
Pittsburgh 5,Oakland 3,13 innings rule that calls for disqualification dated track have been deemed
Boston 9,ChicagoWhite Sox 2
Texas 10,Toronto 2
N.Y.Yankees 4,Minnesota 1,8 innings
Houston 10,Angels 4
Colorado 8, Arizona 7
San Diego 8, L.A. Dodgers 5
San Francisco 6, Cincinnati 5
Chicago Cubs 13, St. Louis 5
Monday’s Games
DERBY
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if “a leading horse or any other
horse in a race swerves or is ridden
to either side so as to interfere
unsafe and will be unavailable.
The Canada-based Stronach Group
that owns Pimlico and Santa
Monday’s Games SF (Pomeranz 1-3) at Reds (DeSclafani 1-1), 9:35 a.m. with, intimidate, or impede any Anita has also clashed with
ChiSox (Nova 0-3) at Cleveland (Bauer 4-1),3:10 p.m. other horse or jockey.”
Seattle (Hernandez 1-2) at NYY(Sabathia 1-1),3:35 p.m.
Arizona (Kelly 3-2) at Rays (Snell 2-3), 4:10 p.m. Baltimore officials over concerns
Nats (Scherzer 1-4) at Brewers (Chacin 3-3), 4:40 p.m.
Boston (Velazquez 0-2) at O’s (Cashner 4-1),4:05 p.m. Miami (Alcantara 1-3) at Cubs (Hamels 3-0), 5:05 p.m.
the marquee race’s first winner to be Chief steward Barbara Borden that ownership may move the
Minnesota (Perez 4-0) atToronto (Stroman 1-4),4:07 p.m. Philly (Velasquez 1-1) at St. L (Mikolas 3-2), 5:05 p.m. disqualified for interference . said in a news conference that she Preakness to Laurel Race Course.
Arizona (Kelly 3-2) atTampa Bay (Snell 2-3),4:10 p.m. Atlanta (Fried 4-1) at L.A. (Buehler 3-0), 7:10 p.m. Stewards elevated runner-up and two other stewards interviewed And the best story on the track
Kansas City (Junis 3-2) at Houston (Cole 2-4),5:10 p.m. NYM (deGrom 2-3) at San Diego (Paddack 2-1),7:10 p.m. Country House, a 65-1 long shot, riders and studied video replays of may not materialize: a Maximum
to the winner’s circle after deter- the incident during a 22-minute Security-Country House rematch.
WARRIORS PLAYOFFS SHARKS PLAYOFFS mining that Maximum Security review after the finish. The stew- Country House trainer Bill
impeded his path and two others’ ards did not take questions from Mott said the colt was in good
Warriors 2, Houston 1 Sharks 3, Colorado 2
Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100 Friday, April 26: Sharks 5, Colorado 2
exiting the final turn. Maximum reporters. shape after the Derby but
Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109 Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, Sharks 3 Security was ultimately placed 17th West said the earliest he could see remained noncommittal about the
Saturday, May 4: Houston 126, Warriors 121, OT Tuesday, April 30: Sharks 4, Colorado 2 of 19 horses after starting as the 9- the stewards’ video evidence would 1 1/8-mile Preakness, which is
Monday, May 6: Warriors at Houston, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0 2 second betting choice, ending be Thursday, which could determine shorter than the Derby. It would
Wednesday, May 8: Houston at Warriors, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 4: Sharks 2, Colorado 1
x-Friday, May 10: Warriors at Houston, TBD
his four-race winning streak. if he files an appeal in a process he mark his fourth race in eight
Monday, May 6: Sharks at Colorado, 7 p.m.
x-Sunday, May 12: Houston at Warriors, TBD x-Wednesday, May 8: Colorado at Sharks, TBA Stewards cited a section of the was still trying to understand. weeks if he runs.

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‘Avengers Endgame’ nears global record with over $2 billion The truth about termites
W
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a sum that would be impressive for any hile every creature may not seem equally deserv-
film on opening weekend. Even its 59% ing of our love (even I find it hard to get all
LOS ANGELES — “Avengers: Endgame” continued its drop is notable considering how front- doe-eyed over fleas and ticks), awareness of
global domination at the box office in a second week victory loaded it was. “Endgame” has now grossed those with whom we share the planet leads to a bigger and
lap that saw the blockbuster cross the $2 billion mark in $619.7 million in North America, making better appreciation of all life. That’s a good thing, and
record time and unseat “Titanic” as the second highest-gross- it the ninth biggest of all time, behind serves here as an apology to termites for missing the cele-
ing film ever worldwide. Domestically, newcomers, includ- “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” brations back in March which was Termite Awareness
ing thrillers (“The Intruder”), well-reviewed comedies (”Long New films entering the marketplace Month. What can we learn to appreciate about those who
Shot”) or animated family fare (“Uglydolls”) were left in the hardly stood a chance, but some saw suc- literally munch our houses into powder?
dust to pick up the scraps. Robert Downey cesses even in the shadow of “Endgame.” Although the bane of homeown-
The Walt Disney Co. estimated Sunday that “Endgame,” Jr. In second place, “The Intruder,” a mod- ers, termites are actually ecological-
which includes Robert Downey Jr. among its cavalcade of estly budgeted ($8 million) thriller with ly beneficial if not critically impor-
stars, added $145.8 million from North American theaters Dennis Quaid and Meagan Good, survived poor reviews and tant. In the wild rather than in your
and $282.2 million internationally bringing its global total did the best of the batch with $11 million in box office walls, termites break down tough
to $2.2 billion. “Endgame” is one of five movies to ever receipts. The Sony/Screen Gems film was released on 2,222 plant fiber, recycling dead and dying
reach that threshold and, not accounting for inflation, is screens. trees and other big plants into new
now second worldwide only to “Avatar’s” $2.8 billion. Although close behind on the charts in third place, soil. Furthermore, their tunnels aer-
“Avatar” reached $2 billion in 47 days of release compared Lionsgate and Point Grey’s “Long Shot,” a politically- ate and improve soil, sponsoring the
with 11 for “Endgame,” although in 2009 the theatrical land- themed romantic comedy with Seth Rogen and Charlize growth of new trees and other plants.
scape was different, most notably so in China. Theron, failed to make a significant dent against its pricier Absent the work of the ever-munch-
“The sprint to $2 billion is unbelievable. We’re in unchart- budget. The film, which was the best reviewed of the new- ing termite, our forests would have
ed territory,” said Paul Dergarabedian, the senior media ana- comers by far, grossed an estimated $10 million from 3,230 died long ago, with new growth choked out by the dead and
lyst for Comscore. “Usually films like this are marathoners.” screens, against a reported $40 million budget. But word-of- fallen trees littering the surface. It’s a very good thing for
To reach “Avatar’s” global record, however, “Endgame” mouth could also help propel “Long Shot” to profits ulti- the planet that termites first evolved some 130 million
will have to turn into a marathoner itself and the summer mately. years ago serving as cleaning machines to make room for
movie season is only going to get more competitive. “‘Long Shot’ has a shot at staying power,” Dergarabedian all the experiments in natural selection and evolution
Still, “it’s got a real chance at getting there,” said. “But there’s a lot of noise to rise above.” which followed. If that’s not enough to make you a termite
Dergarabedian said. The unluckiest of the new movies was “Uglydolls,” an ani- fan, let me note that unlike many so-called “higher” ani-
Domestically, “Endgame,” which is still playing on 4,662 mated film based on the toys which placed fourth with $8.5 mals, termite males continue to contribute to the life of
screens, scored the second biggest second weekend ever with million. the colony beyond just keeping the van rockin’!
Enlightened bugs, both male and female termites share in
also recently adjusted its rent estimation methodology to

RENTS
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include more properties, with hopes of becoming more
accurate.
Other websites though back the RentCafe report, as
parental duties and males also share in housekeeping. For
some termite species, those well-kept homes are large-
sized mounds, some of which have been around and in con-
stant use for 4,000 years, now grown so large that they
RentJungle claims the average rent in San Mateo in March can be seen from space.
was $3,171, also marking an increase from the year prior. Termites don’t actually eat wood, by the way. Instead,
more than 3 percent over the past year. The average nation- Across the county, online database Zilpy said there was a they feed on the cellulose found in wood and wood-based
al rent in March was $1,430. 7% average jump in prices year over the year for all rental products (causing some $5 billion in property damage
According to rental database Zumper, even the cheapest units, except four-bedroom units, which largely stayed flat. each year). More accurately, it is the bacteria which symbi-
apartments in San Mateo are more expensive than the The local market’s growth illustrates movement in direc- otically lives in termite guts which breaks the cellulose
national average. tion opposite from momentum established around the start down into digestible form, and that’s only possible
“There is no such thing as cheap apartments in San of the year, when rent increases indicated they had started to because termites feed their gut bacteria by eating the poop
Mateo. The most affordable San Mateo apartments start at trail off. of other termites, making each little insect a tiny but
$1,500, and a luxury apartment or rental home in San Mateo But since January, when some experts suggested the his- rather complex ecosystem. Too much awareness…?
can cost more than $7,000,” according to the website. torically hot market may cool, the average rent in San
There is little relief to be found nearby either, as Mateo jumped from $3,123, which is where the price landed Ken White is the president of the Peninsula Humane Society
Sunnyvale, Santa Clara and Oakland are also found in the at the end of 2018.
top 10 most expensive cities in the nation, according to the & SPCA.
Looking ahead, some experts suggest the cost of living
RentCafe list. In all, half of the list is comprised of cities will remain high — especially as some notable technology
from San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara or Alameda companies lay the groundwork to go public, which will
counties. likely enhance the demand for luxury apartments across the
Critics of online databases frequently claim the rents cited Bay Area and push the overall figures up further.
are to too high, and are unrepresentative of the experience “As we get into the spring months and the beginning of
for local apartment seekers. In recognition of those claims, the hot moving season, we only expect this number to con-
RentCafe notes its report only surveys market-rate proper- tinue to rise,” said Crystal Chen, a Zumper market analyst
ties and excludes those reserved as affordable. The website in her monthly Bay Area rental report.

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South San Francisco Main Library, Financial Aptitude Training, ingful way,” she said. said he believed expanding the breadth
840 W. Orange Ave., South San California Society of CPAs and LFS additional money for books, technolo- Canepa, a Skyline College alumnus, of degrees which can be earned at the
Francisco. Participating children will Asset Management. Registration is gy and transportation. Students can last year gathered $5,000 in county
paint and design piggy boxes. For required, to register call 401-4662. Redwood City campus would be a sig-
more information call 829-3860. Free. also access a lending library for funds to donate toward the program. nificant advancement for local stu-
school materials, attend the program’s The cost for one student to participate dents.
StarV ista Crisis Hotline Pub Style Trivia. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30
Information Panel. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda summer school and get additional tech- in the program is about $1,200, and “I definitely think it’s viable,” he
San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. de las Pulgas, Belmont. Test your nology access. the county money addressed tuition said. “I see it as an opportunity.”
Third Ave., San Mateo. This panel knowledge of pop culture, geek- The program launched in 2016 at costs, student body as well as health
will help answer questions regard- dom, random school facts and Currently, community college stu-
ing the services offered and the more. Free. For more information Skyline College has been widely suc- service fees and additional textbook, dents are able to get degrees in fields
experiences of staff and volunteers. call 591-8286. cessful, according to educators. Of the technical and other costs. which are not offered in the state uni-
For more information call 522-7818.
Impactf ul Advocacy Wor k shop 139 students enrolled in the pilot year, To broaden the revenue base for versity system. But making Cañada
Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San presented by Y WCA. 7 p.m. to 8:30 96 percent stayed at Skyline College expanding the program throughout the College a member of the system would
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. p.m. Burlingame Library, 480
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Primrose Road, Burlingame. Explore into the following spring. Such a county, Canepa suggested a tax meas- broaden the horizons of local students
All materials provided. Free. For effective action for the most critical retention rate tops the schools general ure could be in order, but said the who may wish to attend, but struggle
more information call 829-3860. issues of our time. Tips and tricks for 85 percent rate. Last year, the program details of that strategy could be hashed
standard tactics and unique lessons to reach regional state school campus-
TUESDAY, MAY 7 and stories from YWCA’s legislative served 253 students and 91 percent out over the coming months. es in San Jose or San Francisco.
The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 advocacy and Impact community stayed enrolled, nearly 8 percent better Regardless of the specifics though, “It will connect underserved, under-
a.m. San Carlos Adult Community organizing fellowship for young
Center, 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. women of color. Free. For more than the general rate. Canepa’s commitment to growing the employed individuals with opportuni-
Learn basic drawing skills. information call 558-7400. Skyline College President Regina initiative was made clear. ties to be able to start a career path at a
Author Talk and Book Discussion FRIDAY, MAY 10 Stanback Stroud, who founded the pro- “We need to do this in such a manner community college level and connect
with Francine Toder, Ph.D. 6 p.m. Community B enefits and gram, strongly supported the proposal where we help them realize this with a four-year degree where they can
South San Francisco Main Library, Resource Fair. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 for its expansion. dream,” he said. “Yes it’s going to be a
840 W. Orange Ave., South San a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 obtain jobs in the local community,”
Francisco. Free. For more informa- Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. “I’m whole-heartedly behind that significant contribution and it’s going said Goodman.
tion call 829-3860. Get information on Transportation idea,” she said.
Discount Programs, Housing, Health
Hula Dancing with Hapa Hula. 7 &amp; Social Services, Fraud
p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Protection, Emergency Services,
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journey throughout the Polynesian information call 349-2200. crete slabs will be poured next week. engagement are much higher,” said
islands with dances from Hawaii,
Tahiti, New Zealand and the Cook Floral Lei-Mak ing with Hapa He anticipated the building will take Ryan, regarding the benefits associat-
Islands. Free. For more information Hula. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Milbrae about three months to complete. ed with offering students alternatives
call 697-7607. Library, 1 Library Ave., Milbrae. Continued from page 1 In all, Ryan said the project budget to traditional classroom seating
Learn how to make fresh floral lei
Lawyers in the Library. 7 p.m. to 9 wristlets or crowns. Free. For more is approximately $14 million, which arrangements. “If you are in an agitat-
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda information call 697-7607. are nearly completed and should be will be drawn from the $56 million ed state, having furniture that offer
de las Pulgas, Belmont. A 20-minute ready for occupancy at the start of the
consultation with an attorney. Free. HLC Policy Mixer: Affor dable Measure M bond approved by voters in comfort is successful.”
Registration required. For more Housing Week 2019. 4 p.m. to 6 next school year. 2016. After collaborating with educators
information call 591-8286. p.m. Luttickens Main and Elm, 150 The two projects are financed by a
Elm St., Redwood City. Listen to Looking beyond the work nearing and school community members, Ryan
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 some of the work the Housing bond measure approved by voters in the finish line, Ryan said classroom said ultimately officials selected
Love Ya, Mom. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 Leadership Council has been up to 2016, and Ryan expressed optimism modernization at Burlingame adjustable chairs and tables, rotating
p.m. Bethany Lutheran Church, and what is planned for the future.
1095 Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. Learn Food and drink provided. $35. For that the finished work will offer stu- Intermediate School is on the horizon, stools, beanbags and small couches to
about the transformation women more information call 204-5634. dents improved learning environ- as well as updates for multipurpose furnish the classrooms.
undergo when they take on the role ments soon.
of a mother. Free. For more informa- Floral Mania — A Quilting rooms at most of the district’s elemen- He said the new features mark a
tion call 854-5897. Exhibit. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. South “It’s really exciting, I’ve got to tell tary campuses. Construction is expect- departure from the antiquated vision of
San Francisco Municipal Services you,” he said. “It’s very impactful.” ed to begin this summer, and work will a classroom, where standardized seat-
Presentation: How to B uild a Building, 33 Arroyo Drive, South San
Per sonal B rand in Just 15 Francisco. The program also fea- The buildings at each campus will also include restoring blacktop and ing arrangements left little room for
Minutes a Week. 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. tures a special fiber art exhibit cre- house five classrooms, designed to removing rented portable classrooms creativity.
Bovet Office Center, 155 Bovet ated by the SSF Greenhouse
Road, San Mateo. Tickets cost $5. Quilters. Other highlights include accommodate 150 students each. The which will no longer be necessary. In “You need 30 seats, but they don’t all
Registration required. For more exciting door prize opportunities, Washington construction is a little bit all, Ryan said he anticipates construc- have to be desks,” he said.
information call (917) 903-8764. and a gift boutique with unique gift ahead of the Roosevelt campus, where
items available to purchase. Free. tion will be underway at various cam- Furthering the joint effort to devel-
The S Word — Film Screening and For more information call 829-3800. additional sewer line work caused puses for each of the next two sum- op the campuses, students at
Live Panel. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. incremental delays. Yet despite the mers. Washington and Roosevelt also pro-
Redwood City Public Library- ‘Shoggoths on the Veldt’ by
Community Room, 1044 Cameron McNar y. 8 p.m. The brief hiccups, Ryan said he is certain As part of the process to complete posed designs for the play spaces on
Middlefield Road, Redwood City. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, both buildings will be ready for stu- the Washington and Roosevelt proj- their campuses.
Free. For more information call 780- Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37.
7058. For more information call 493-2006. dents once classes start in the late ects, Ryan said new furniture for the For his part, Ryan said he appreciat-
summer. District officials did delay the classrooms was carefully selected to ed the feedback and input provided by
Writers Helping Writers. 7 p.m. to SATURDAY, MAY 11 start of the school year to accommo-
8:30 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, Mother ’s Day Mommy and Me make the spaces more comfortable for community members and students to
55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Join Magical Unicorn Break fast. 8:30 date school construction. The new all students. identify improvements, while also
other writers to hear award-win- a.m. to 10 a.m. Hillsdale Shopping start date will be Wednesday, Sept. 4, Moving away from an era when stu- supporting the district’s vision for
ning author Laurel Anne Hill give a Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo.
workshop on “Getting the Point.” Breakfast, activities and photos. after Labor Day. dents were only offered desks and constructing creative learning spaces.
For more information call 522-7849. Cost is $14.99 per person. “Both will be open next school year, chairs, Ryan said recent studies “The more we can engage the com-
Registration required. For more no problem,” he said.
THURSDAY, MAY 9 information call 571-1029. showed a wider of variety of options munity and with all the amount of
Giveaways at the B urlingame Currently windows and doors are can help students focus, especially input we’ve got, I just think it’s going
Caltrain Station for Bike to Work S econd Saturday Divor ce being hung for the new construction at
Day. 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Burlingame Work shop. 9 a.m. to noon. San those who have experienced trauma to make it a much more successful
Caltrain Station, 290 California Carlos Community Center, 1001 the Washington campus, while curbs away from school. project,” he said.
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on all assignments. OBO (650)515-6091
298 collectibles 299 computers 304 furniture
RiggeR HelpeR 296 appliances 15 lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- 19" coloR Monitor with stand VG con- coMputeR DeSK with 3 side drawers .
call full time, benefits, will train.
Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds.
aiR conDitioneR 10000 BTU w/re-
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and
more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839
dition power cord/owners manual includ-
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or
(650)777-9000 415-798-0021 brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
0898 1984 tiMe magazine. Special 1994 RecoRDable cD-R 74, Sealed, Unop-
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
leave message

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SaleS - Telemarketing and Inside Sales fRee waSHeR and 220v dryer, both
icix SeeKS Solutions Project Manager: Representative needed to sell newspa- working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You 49’eR 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie 300 toys
We provide IT solutions to major retail per print and web advertising and event move, stairs. deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. Dining cHaiRS -Six Antique,
clients to manage across trading net- marketing solutions. To apply, please call $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 14-1000-pcS puzzleS $3.00 ea. Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675
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& regulatory compliance, & corporate so- info@smdailyjournal.com to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- appRox. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer
cial responsibility. Sol. Proj. Man. re- ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- aMeRican flyeR locomotive runs
sponsible for tech. design, delivery & im- $75 (650)727-7266 4162 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Dining RooM Table-Antique,Oak,
plement. of customized enterprise solu- 5chairs, w/ extension $200
tion on Force.com platform. US travel JuMp anD Play Keyboard brand new, in (650)290-3188
required: 20-50% of work time. May
203 public notices Hotpoint Heavy Duty Dryer excellent collectable cabbage Patch Kids
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580.
working condition Burlingame $50 Call Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
incld. int’l travel in future. Job Site: San Dan (408)656-0958 Box. Great Christmas Present. $100
Bruno, CA. If interested, mail resume to StaR waRS Celebration 3 Darth Vader Dining table (36"x54") and 4 match-
ICIX, Attn. Guillemette Guillerm, Job public notice Maytag waSHeR excellent working
(650) 572-8895 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
Code SPM052019, 1200 Bayhill Drive, A public hearing will be held condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan DepReSSion glaSS Dining Plate. 8
$250 .(650)-654-1930.
Suite 201, San Bruno, CA 94066. at the City Council regular (408)656-0958 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. 302 antiques
Dining table - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
$12 (650)762-6048
meeting on May 13, 2019, Mfg H20labS Model 300 exc cond
beeR SteinS-oRiginal from Germa- Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
Job Title: Director of product
starting at 6:00 p.m. in the counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. gaMeS of the 23rd Olympiad maga- (650)592-7483
City Council Chambers lo- zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- Dining table. 72" by 42". With leaf
Management, contact new, SingeR Sewing Machine Univer- 0842 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389
center cated at 1600 Floribunda sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- MaHogany antiQue Secretary desk,
Avenue, Hillsborough, CA chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 lennox ReD Rose, Unused, hand 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- DiSplay caSe, glass top. 27”x20”x2”
Job Location: Belmont, CA painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842.
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
94010 regarding the follow- tiffany Style Lamp shade. Older- $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
Requirements: BS or equiv. in IT, MIS, ing: multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) RoSeville tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900. DReSSeR-antiQue vanity Combo, 3
etc. + 10 yrs. exp. reqd. 727-7266. MilleR lite Neon sign , work good $45. (650)574-2490. beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400
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Smartsheets, Aha!, ING SEWER SERVICE
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u.S. Range Co. 36" commercial range
olD, antiQue, Bottle Collection: 20 303 electronics engliSH DRaw Table, $50 Solid Wood
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bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves,
burners, broiler,12x24 griddle. Black with fRee televiSion - Mitsubishi,
AND SEWER CONNEC- s/s backsplash, shelf. Works, clean, no one collection of antique Cuban 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
call(650)697-3709
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ly. U-haul. $650 Call Mark 650-207-0882. Delivery available.
20 Davis Drive, JULY 1, 2019 Texting. velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
Belmont, CA 94002 or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
Additional information re- vacuuM cleaneR (reconditioned) SMall Rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- onKyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
garding this resolution is $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 4162 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 gliDeR rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
available for review at the SteMMeD cRyStal. 3 styles. 13 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
pHillipS-50” coloR t.v., Heavy, $99
City Clerk’s Office. 650- 297 bicycles pieces. Pattern: "Catherine".
(650)591-8062 iKea DReSSeR, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
SaleS/MaRKeting $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839
inteRnSHipS
375-7412. aDult biKeS 1 regular and 2 with bal- 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking 4/29, 5/6/19 loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 toppS baSeball complete set 1987 304 furniture iKea table, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
for ambitious interns who are eager to cnS-3247109# thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
4474 antiQue Dining table for six people $ 30. (650)598-9804.
jump into the business arena with both cHilD’S ScHwinn bicycle, blue in
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs San Mateo Daily good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 inflatable coleMan queen size
of the newspaper and media industries. JouRnal two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig-
antiQue MoHagany Bookcase. Four
mattress-56"x75". Includes air pump,
This position will provide valuable Mountain biKe new 21 gears $100. ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for sheets and mattress pad. $25 (650)654-
experience for your bright future. (650)722-3634 both. Steve (650)518-6614 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. 9252
Email resume beDSteaD Single, poster style, box
info@smdailyjournal.com Mountain biKe. Top brand. Runs vintage SteMwaRe: 3 styles, 23 MaHogany tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
good. $39. (660)342-5220 pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 spring, mattress available. $40.00.
(650)593-7408 x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
3709
beige Sofa $99. Excellent Condition
(650) 315-2319 MattReSS, twin long, excellent condi-
tion, $25, (650) 552-9556
bunK beDS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or new Deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
B/O (650)685-2494 ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Sell! (650) 875-8159.
cHina cabinet Wallet, $20. Call
(650)589-1407 niagaRa vibRating Adjustable bed
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
cHocolate bRown living room chair (408)656-0958
with cushion. In excellent condition, $60.
Call 650-872-2371. Queen Sofa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?),
Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition,
coMputeR DeSK (glass) & chair. Like call (650)697-3709
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304 Furniture 306 Housewares 310 Misc. For Sale 311 Musical Instruments 316 Clothes 345 Medical Equipment
SOFA-bEIGE FAbRIC, Orig. $900, SINk dOUbLE cast iron. Good condi- FREE MAGAzINES. Library discards 1929 ANTIqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- WOMAN'S AMERICAN Rag faux leather COMMOdE, vERy clean and disinfect-
Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 year old ones. Wide variety. Good for ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call jacket. Perfect condition. Black ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
(650)234-8218 crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 (650)742-6776. /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466 ested. (650)745-6309

SOLId WOOd Dining table with exten- 307 jewelry & Clothing FREE: WILd turkey feathers; whole CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner WOMAN'S TAHARI jacket. Perfect con- dRIvE 3-IN-1 commode with seat,buck-
sion great piece great condition black wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
$80 (650)364-5263 ANNE kLEIN silver-tone watch with fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark (650)278-5776. (650) 952-3466 (510)770-1976
Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- (650)207-0882
SOLId WOOd Entertainment Center- al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 WOMEN'S bLACk suede fur lined dRIvE dELUxE two button walker $10
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In EPIPHONE LES Paul Custom Prophecy boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371 (510)770-1976
HAT, T-SHIRT, sweatshirt and comput-
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. 308 Tools erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
(650)421-5469. WORk bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, RAdIATION PROTECTION 1/2-apron
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
(925)482-5742 brown, with steel metatarsal protection. Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan- In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron EvERETT UPRIGHT antique piano.
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. 7742.
TAbLE 24"x48" folding legs each end.
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost bRIGGS & Stratton Lawn Mower with LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and HUGE LUdWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle 318 Sports Equipment WALkER/ROLATOR. NEW. large, bas-
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
(650)771-6324. Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 bIG bERTHA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
THOMASvILLE dINING table, $50 4 MOTLEy CRUE lp signed by neil lee ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
chairs, mid-century blonde with two (916)975-4969 (650)727-7266
CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 (415)999-4474
leaves call (650)697-3709. dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 PIANO-ANdREW kOHLER, Mahogany,
NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 bRANd NEW Golf bag with Stand.
Garage Sales
TIkI bAR - Original from the 60’s,Like LG CRAFTSMEN shop vac 6.5hp $60 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 (415)334-1980
Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 (510)943-9221 Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
(415)260-6940 No Texting.
(650)245-4234.
SHOPSMITH MARk V 50th Anniversary
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. OLd b&L Microscope in good condition;
35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
PLAyER PIANO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- bRANd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods; GARAGE SALES
sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
TWIN bEd, mattress, box spring, frame
$ 50. (650)598-9804.
(650)504-0585
RAy-bAN TOP Bar Sunglasses
www.elo.deals
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting. ESTATE SALES
vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- SPINET PIANO + Bench, $50. Call Make money, make room!
TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- EASTON ALUMINUM bat.33 inches, 30
drawers and pull-down desk call (650)589-1407
weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
(650)697-3709 310 Misc. For Sale 6596 vINTAGE AUTOPIANO upright player List your upcoming
piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave EvERLAST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
USEd bEdROOM Furniture, FREE. Call 500-600 bIG Band-era 78's--most mint, ROLLERbLAdES, USEd, size 10. $20 message or email flycsir@hotmail.com Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966 garage sale,
(650)573-7381.
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 obo. Please call (650)745-6309
WURLITzER UPRIGHT piano. Fair con- GUTHy-RENkER POWER Rider,Ever- moving sale,
WALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple
lines. Breaks down for transportation. bESSy SMALL Evening Hand Bag With SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595 last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
erciser $20 (510)770-1976
estate sale,
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
$45. (650)328-6709 312 Pets & Animals yard sale,
kNEE RIdER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with bIFOLd SHUTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00 rummage sale,
(650)544-5306 SILk SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for ONE kENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
LEATHER GOLF bag with 23 clubs $90.
(650) 592-2648.
clearance sale, or
WHITE WICkER Armoire, asking $100,
great condition, text for picture (650)571-
bLUE OySTER cult lp signed by donald formation. (650)593-2066 whatever sale you
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash MEN'S ROSSIGNOL Skis. $95.00,
0947 (408)661-6019 SINk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx good condition, (650)341-0282. have...
$15.00 (650)544-5306 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x offer. (650)245-4084 ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not Reach over 83,450 readers
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 SLR LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 316 Clothes (650)771-6324. from South San Francisco
306 Housewares COSCO PLAy Pen with travel bag. Used TIRES-SET OF four P225 45 R18 $80 TOTAL GyM XLS, excellent condition.
to Palo Alto.
once $35 (650)591-2981 OBO (650)359-2238. bROWN SUEd boots, fur-lined, size 8, in your local newspaper.
new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
CRySTAL WINE glasses new (12ea) (650)588-0828
CUT GLASS serving bowl 8" diameter
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648
$25. Call 650-921-4016
TUNTURI ROWING Machine,
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
Good
FANCy HIGH heel shoes, never worn Call (650)344-5200
size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 vINTAGE NASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
MIkASA SET. White. Modern (square) ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. dELUxE FOLdER Walker - 5" wheels - UNIdEN HARLEy Davidson Gas Tank
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
NEW "bELLA" buffet triple slow cooker FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- dRIvE 3-WHEEL buggy $45. Call WALkER - Good Condition - Like New - color in excellent condition 3/4 WORkOUT bENCH, weights, bars, for
2648 (650)589-1407 $35 (650)341-5347 length $50 (650)692-8012 flat/incline bench and legs. $100. 379 Open Houses
(650)861-2411
kAyANO MEN’S Running shoes size 11
good condition $20 (650)520-7045 yAMAHA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
(650)458-3255
kNEE-HIGH bLACk women's boots, OPEN HOUSE
size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
$40.00. Call (650)872-2371 340 Camera & Photo Equip. LISTINGS
LAdIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL, NIkON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 List your Open House
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
in the Daily Journal.
MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, OMEGA b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- Reach over 83,450
(650) 578-9208 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
potential home buyers &
SHOES SIzE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less vIvITAR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and renters a day,
(650)508-8662 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF from South San Francisco
(650)583-6636
TUxEdO SIzE 40, black, including white
to Palo Alto.
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 in your local newspaper.
345 Medical Equipment
WEddING dRESS-dESIGNER, Size 12,
AdjUSTAbLE bATH shower transfer Call (650)344-5200
Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
for $500 Call (650)867-1728 bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
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MAzdA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
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650-349-3087.
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Parts collection etc.
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fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
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9650)714-3865.
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toyotA ’96 Tercel Original owner,
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effort to balance the district’s books.

OFFICE
Continued from page 1
Officials have said the need for the roughly
$2.5 million in cuts is generated by 100
fewer students enrolling in San Carlos
South San Francisco man
arrested on suspicion of rape
A 29-year-old South San Francisco man
Local brief
Camino Real and Santa Inez Avenue in San
Bruno and booked into the San Mateo
schools this year. The district is funded by has been arrested in connection with a 2018 County Sheriff’s Office Maguire
allocations according to average daily Millbrae rape case, the San Mateo County Correctional Facility.
pursued in March, when officials approved a attendance, so the enrollment drop harms Sheriff’s Office said Sunday, and investiga-
variety of spending cuts designed to fill a Chow, who had convictions in 2009 and
the school system’s bottom line. tors said there may be other victims. 2010 for peeping into bathroom windows
$2.5 deficit spurred by declining enroll- Harmeier speculated previously the loss Shon Chow was taken into custody on a
ment. in San Mateo County, was also wanted for
of students is tied to the local affordability felony $250,000 warrant peeping into an inhabited building in
“It’s an opportunity to look at ongoing crisis, as some homeowners may be selling on Friday in San Bruno
revenue, ” said Harmeier, of the money Millbrae at the time of his arrest, the sher-
their property and moving elsewhere while following an investiga- iff’s office said.
which could be generated by allowing other renters may leave in favor of a more afford- tion of a rape report made
uses to occupy the district headquarters. Crimes listed in the warrant are oral copu-
able place to live. Sept. 4, 2018. lation, victim incapable of consent; sexual
While no decision has been made, As the cost of living rises higher, The victim, who has an
Harmeier suggested officials are leaning penetration with a foreign object, victim
Harmeier advocated for changes to the intellectual disability incapable of consent; rape, victim inca-
toward examining leasing the space rather state’s school funding system which can and lived independently
than selling it. Should an agreement ulti- pable of consent; burglary; and disorderly
accommodate Bay Area districts increasing- in an apartment near her conduct, peeping through a door or window,
mately be reached to move, she said the for- ly struggling to keep steady enrollment and family home, told inves-
mer district office adjacent to Central Middle Shon Chow “We believe there are potentially more
funding levels. tigators that Chow took victims,” the sheriff’s office said, asking
School could serve the new administrative She acknowledged the local community’s advantage of her disability by persuading
home. possible victims and with any information
contribution goes far to assure the pain in her to return to her residence, where he on Shon Chow to contact Detective Gaby
The proposal to move the district office is San Carlos is limited, but many other assaulted her. When he returned and assault-
a resurrection of a similar discussion held in Chaghouri at 650-363-4060 or
school districts are not so lucky. ed her again two days later, the victim told gchaghouri@smcgov.org.
2016, when officials ultimately decided “All kids should get this opportunity and her parents, who contacted the sheriff’s
such a decision is unnecessary. Since then it needs to be balanced funding across the office.
though, Harmeier said the district’s finan- state,” she said. An investigation by the San Mateo
cial footing has slipped and staff has been To that end, members of the school com- County Sheriff’s Office and the San Mateo
reduced, so the existing accommodations munity Wednesday, May 8, will participate County District Attorney’s Bureau of
are superfluous to the demands. in an effort spanning school districts across Investigation resulted in the felony warrant
As part of the examination, a committee the Peninsula to advocate for amendments for Chow, who was arrested Friday at El
was formed to determine whether the proper- to the school funding system. San Carlos
ty should be declared surplus, which would will join those from Burlingame, Belmont,
grant the district headway to engage in con- Redwood City, San Mateo, Foster City and
versations with other interested parties. other cities to demonstrate along El Camino
Harmeier said she expects the issue to return Real and raise awareness about school fund-
for a decision some time next fall. ing issues.
All things being equal, Harmeier said the As it relates to the district office’s future,
district would be happy to preserve the sta- Harmeier said she is hopeful the local advo-
tus quo, but a dire financial outlook is forc- cacy makes a difference, but San Carlos offi-
ing officials into tough decisions. cials still need to take move ahead cautious-
Earlier this year, the district Board of ly.
Trustees agreed to lay off counselors, reduce “We are hoping the state gives us funding
custodial services and trim the amount of and we hope not to make this decision but
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Israel ratchets up strikes as Around the world


Fiery plane crash claims dozens in Russia
Gaza rocket attacks intensify
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Israel and Hamas, an Islamic militant
group that seeks Israel’s destruction, have
JERUSALEM — Gaza militants fired hun- fought three wars since Hamas violently
dreds of rockets into southern Israel on seized control of Gaza from Western-backed
Sunday, killing at least four Israelis and Palestinian forces in 2007. They have
bringing life to a standstill across the fought numerous smaller battles, most
region in the bloodiest fighting since a recently two rounds in March.
2014 war. As Israel pounded Gaza with While lulls in fighting used to last for
airstrikes, the Palestinian death toll rose to months or even years, these flare-ups have
23, including two pregnant women and two grown increasingly frequent as a desperate
babies. Hamas, weakened by a crippling Egyptian-
The bloodshed marked the first Israeli Israeli blockade imposed 12 years ago,
fatalities from rocket fire since the 2014 seeks to put pressure on Israel to ease the
war. With Palestinian militants threatening closure.
to send rockets deeper into Israel and Israeli The blockade has ravaged Gaza’s econo-
reinforcements massing near the Gaza fron- my, and a year of Hamas-led protests along
tier, the fighting showed no signs of slow- the Israeli frontier has yielded no tangible
ing down. benefits. In March, Hamas faced several days
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin of street protests over the dire conditions.
Netanyahu spent most of the day huddled Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said in a
with his Security Cabinet. Late Sunday, the statement late Sunday that the militant REUTERS
Cabinet instructed the army to “continue its group was “not interested in a new war.” A Russian airliner burst into flames while making an emergency landing at Moscow’s
attacks and to stand by” for further orders. He signaled readiness to “return to the Sheremetyevo airport Sunday evening, and at least at least 40 people died, officials said.
Israel also claimed to have killed a Hamas state of calm” if Israel stopped its attacks The Sukhoi SSJ100 operated by national airline Aeroflot had 73 passengers and five crew
commander involved in transferring Iranian “and immediately starts implementing members on board when it touched down and sped down a runway spewing huge flames
funds to the group. understandings about a dignified life.” and black smoke.