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Redwood City adopts district elections map

Two districts with a majority of voting age Latinos, Redwood Shores its own district
By Zachary Clark The City Council voted 6-1 for a districts with a majority of voting proposed map preserves more both in district 2.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF map called 13h at a meeting age Latinos: that demographic — ensures the Farm Hill neighbor- Masur will complete her four-
Monday with Councilwoman represents 51% of the voting age hood will be able to vote in the year term in 2020 and could not
Redwood City began its transi- Alicia Aguirre in opposition. population in districts 3 and 4 and 2020 election and includes East run for re-election that year
tion to district elections in That map is population bal- those seats will be up for election Bayshore in the Friendly Acres because Hale’s term extends to
September and after seven con- anced, adheres to all legal require- in 2020. district. But map 13h does not 2022. Masur, who is running for a
tentious public hearings, a protest ments and meets almost all of the Map 13h also places the give the downtown neighborhood seat in the California Senate in
and multiple split votes, a map of common preferences, including Centennial neighborhood in its its own district and it includes one 2020, would be eligible to run
district boundaries has finally placing Redwood Shores in its own district, preserves 10 neigh- pairing of councilmembers:
been adopted. own district and establishing two borhood associations — no other Shelly Masur and Giselle Hale are See MAP, Page 18

overhaul gets
another look
New plan spearheaded by senior adviser
and presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner
By Jill Colvin view the plan,
spearheaded by
WASHINGTON — Reviving a senior adviser
deeply contentious issue that has and presidential
stymied both Congress and the son-in-law
administration, the White House Jared Kushner.
launched a new bid Tuesday to It’s the result
overhaul a legal immigration sys- of an unusually
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL tem that President Donald Trump Jared Kushner m e t h o d i c a l
Matt Franklin, MidPen Housing’s president and CEO, addresses the crowd Tuesday at 707 Bradford St. in Redwood has long railed against. approach for an
City to celebrate the groundbreaking of an affordable apartment building for seniors that will be constructed on Though similar efforts have administration known for hastily
the site. Below: Arroyo Green at 707 Bradford St. saw a groundbreaking Tuesday. It includes 117 very-low-income failed to garner anywhere near the written executive orders and
units for seniors and an 8,000-square-foot child care facility. support necessary, Trump hopeful- Trump’s declarations by tweet.
ly invited a dozen Republican sen-

New housing breaks ground ators to the White House to pre- See OVERHAUL, Page 19

Officials fete new development in downtown Redwood City

By Zachary Clark
City OKs permit process

Officials gathered Tuesday morn-

for bike sharing operator
ing at 707 Bradford St. in down-
town Redwood City to celebrate Officials opt to hold off on allowing
the groundbreaking of an afford-
able apartment building for sen- e-scooters to scope best practices
iors that also includes a child care By Anna Schuessler operators and hold off on allowing
facility. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF e-scooters.
Designed by nonprofit develop- Since the City Council voted to
er MidPen Housing on city-owned San Mateo residents hoping to approve a temporary ban on e-
land, the project known as Arroyo see electric scooters hit the city’s scooters at its Nov. 19 meeting,
Green includes 117 very-low- streets will have to contain their officials have been focused on
income units — 26 of which will excitement after city officials scoping rules the city could use in
decided Monday to adopt a permit
See HOUSING, Page 18 process for prospective bike share See PERMIT, Page 27
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2 Wednesday • May 8, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day

“A man who works with his hands is a
laborer; a man who works with his hands and
his brain is a craftsman; but a man who works with
his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist.”
— Louis Nizer, American lawyer

This Day in History

South Africa took another step from

1996 apartheid to democracy by adopting a

constitution that guaranteed equal
rights for blacks and whites.
In  1 4 2 9 , the Siege of Orleans during the Hundred Years’
War ended as English troops withdrew after being defeated
by French forces under Joan of Arc.
In  1 5 4 1 , Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto reached the
Mississippi River.
In  1 7 9 4 , Antoine Lavoisier, the father of modern chem-
istry, was executed on the guillotine during France’s Reign
of Terror.
In  1 9 2 1 , Sweden’s Parliament voted to abolish the death
In  1 9 4 5 ,   President Harry S. Truman announced on radio
that Nazi Germany’s forces had surrendered, and that “the
flags of freedom fly all over Europe.”
In  1 9 5 8 , Vice President Richard Nixon was shoved,
stoned, booed and spat upon by anti-American protesters in
Lima, Peru. REUTERS
In  1 9 7 0 ,   anti-war protests took place across the United
Stephanie Cuthbertson, senior director of Android at Google, discusses the mobile operating system during the Google I/O
States and around the world; in New York, construction
developers conference in Mountain View.
workers broke up a demonstration on Wall Street.
In  1 9 7 3 , militant American Indians who had held the In other news ...
South Dakota hamlet of Wounded Knee for 10 weeks surren-
Authorities: Woman pulls tenced in California to two years in ed with a business in Olathe, Kansas,
prison. to deliver the meat to three places in
In 1 9 7 8 , David R. Berkowitz pleaded guilty in a Brooklyn gator from pants during stop Ariel Boiteux was sentenced Monday California. He faxed documents to the
courtroom to murder, attempted murder and assault in con- in San Diego federal court. company using the name Robert
nection with the “Son of Sam” shootings that claimed six PUNTA GORDA, Fla. — Sheriff’s
officials say a Florida woman pulled a Authorities say Boiteux and his Ivanov.
lives and terrified New Yorkers. (Berkowitz was sentenced to
small alligator from her yoga pants associates, working out of Paraguay, Avetisyan picked up the meat at a
six consecutive life prison terms.)
during a traffic stop. placed online ads offering to perform packing plant in Omaha but didn’t
The Charlotte County sheriff’s magic spells to help people find love. deliver it.
Birthdays deputy stopped a pickup truck Monday
afternoon after it ran a stop sign and
Clients were told to record themselves
performing sexual acts and send the
He faces a sentence of up to 20 years
and a fine up to $250,000. Sentencing
22-year-old driver Michael Clemons recordings to Boiteux to complete the is scheduled for Aug. 12.
told him he and his 25-year-old pas- spells.
senger Ariel Machan-Le Quire were Instead, authorities say victims were Google reinstates Montana
collecting frogs and snakes under an threatened with having their record- hunting group’s advertisement
overpass. He gave the deputy permis- ings posted online unless they paid
sion to search bags in the truck. up. One public figure reportedly MISSOULA, Mont. — Google Inc.
When the deputy found 41 3-stripe received demands for $250,000. has restored an advertisement from a
turtles in the woman’s backpack, he Authorities say more than 200 peo- Montana hunting group the company
asked if she had anything else. She ple worldwide were conned. says it mistakenly rejected over ani-
New York City Singer Enrique Actress Nora pulled the 1-foot gator from her yoga Boiteux was arrested in Paraguay, mal cruelty concerns.
Mayor Bill de Iglesias is 44. Arnezeder is 30. pants. extradited and pleaded guilty last year The Rocky Mountain Elk
Blasio is 58. Charlotte County Sheriff’s officials to foreign transmission of an extor- Foundation ad was restored Friday after
suggested an explanation on Twitter tionate threat. being blocked last month, prompting
Naturalist Sir David Attenborough is 93. Singer Toni
for the incident: “Not to be outdone by members of Montana’s congressional
Tennille is 79. Actor James Mitchum is 78. Country singer
Jack Blanchard is 77. Jazz musician Keith Jarrett is 74. Actor #FloridaMan, a #FloridaWoman pulled California trucker pleads delegation to intervene.
an alligator out of her pants.” The Missoula-based hunting advoca-
Mark Blankfield is 71. Singer Philip Bailey (Earth, Wind and guilty to stealing load of meat cy organization says it was notified
Fire) is 68. Rock musician Chris Frantz (Talking Heads) is 68. The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Rockabilly singer Billy Burnette is 66. Rock musician Alex Commission took over the investiga- KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A 37-year- April 25 the paid advertisement was
tion. old California trucker working for a disapproved.
Van Halen is 66. Actor David Keith is 65. Actor Raoul Max
Trujillo is 64. Actress Melissa Gilbert is 55. Rock musician Kansas freight brokerage pleaded Google’s response to the group said
Love-spell extortionist gets guilty to stealing a load of meat valued “any promotion about hunting prac-
Dave Rowntree (Blur) is 55. Country musician Del Gray is 51.
at more than $160,000. tices” was considered animal cruelty
Rock singer Darren Hayes is 47. Blues singer-musician Joe two years in US federal prison Federal prosecutors said Gegham and was inappropriate for its network.
Bonamassa is 42. Actor Matt Davis is 41. Singer Ana Maria
Lombo (Eden’s Crush) is 41. Actor Elyes Gabel is 36. Actor SAN DIEGO — An Argentinian man Avetisyan, of Valley Village, The ad promotes a video showing a
Domhnall Gleeson is 36. Neo-soul drummer Patrick Meese who ran an international extortion California, pleaded guilty Monday to former foundation board member par-
(Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats) is 36. Actress Julia scheme that victimized lovelorn wire fraud. ticipating in a muzzle-loader elk hunt
Whelan is 35. believers in witchcraft has been sen- Prosecutors say Avetisyan contract- in New Mexico.


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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Poll: Support for Redwood City school tax Police reports
That sucks
School board president favors pursuing parcel tax in coming fall election A vacuum and other items were stolen
from a business on Ralston Avenue in
By Austin Walsh tiative, as McBride made clear his interest The discussion around the parcel tax Belmont, it was reported at 2:48 p.m.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF in pursuing the measure does not reflect comes months after officials decided to Friday, May 3.
opinions held by his colleagues. close campuses to reconfigure the district’s
With poll results suggesting a superma- The survey conducted by Godbe Research foundation from one built around neighbor-
jority Redwood City voters would support a found 72% of potential Redwood City vot- hood schools to a system offering magnet BELMONT
new parcel tax, the school board president ers in the coming election would support a programs and larger campuses.
Following years of cuts forced by a limit- Reckl es s dri v i ng . A driver cut off anoth-
said he favored floating the measure to the $149 parcel tax benefiting the local school er motorist before almost hitting a pedestri-
fall election ballot. district. Comparatively, 70% said they ed budget, officials ultimately agreed trans-
formative change is needed to overhaul the an on El Camino Real, it was reported at
The Redwood City Elementary School would vote in favor of a similar tax in the 2:19 p.m. Sunday, May 5.
March 2020 election, and 71% said they district’s finances. Many of the funding
District Board of Trustees is slated Theft. Someone stole a bike on Sixth
would support an $85 tax in either the issues are associated with a dwindling
Wednesday, May 8, to discuss the support Avenue, it was reported at 7:09 p. m.
November or March election. enrollment, due to the popularity of local
shown for a parcel tax in a recent poll sur- Sunday, May 5.
Given the tax testing above the superma- charter schools as well as the cost of living
veying potential voters. Fraud. Someone attempted to use counter-
jority required to pass, McBride said he felt forcing families to relocate. The variety of
Considering the significant budget chal- initiatives were designed to fill a $10 mil- feit money at a store on El Camino Real,
lenges plaguing the district over the past it would be wise for district officials to pur- it was reported at 1:18 p. m. Saturday, May
sue the tax as quickly as possible. lion deficit over two years.
few years, board President Dennis McBride The district is financed according to aver- 4.
said he was encouraged by the survey out- “The results say November is a good time. age daily attendance allocations from the Reckl es s dri v i ng . Someone on a scooter
come and advocated for moving quickly to So to me — the sooner, the better,” he said, state, so the loss of students limits the rode into traffic and cause d cars to swerve on
float the measure to voters. noting the threat of voters’ opinion chang- amount of money the district receives. Ralston Avenue, it was reported at 3:13
“It’s very exciting news. We’ve come a ing due to shifts in the economy or other Increased retirement and pension payments p.m. Friday, May 3.
long way from where people were not sup- unforeseen factors if officials wait to put the have been identified as a source of the finan-
portive to where people are very support- measure on the ballot. cial strife as well.
ive,” he said. Should officials ultimately seek to float While some school community members Arres t. A Foster City woman was arrested
No decision about pursuing the measure is the initiative in the fall election, a decision who opposed the school closures threatened for possession of methamphetamine on
slated to be made at the upcoming meeting, would need to be made later this summer. Foster City Boulevard, it was reported at
and officials have not yet discussed the ini- The district last passed a parcel tax in 2016. See TAX, Page 19 7:23 p.m. Saturday, May 4


Margaret Jayne Fisher Jones the 5 children in 1959-60, so Dr. Jones could continue his the Atria Residents Council and became an advocate for
studies on the cervical spine, first at McGill University in all of the employees in the facility. Over the next 4 years,
Margaret Jayne Fisher Jones, resident of San Mateo, Montreal and then at Children’s Hospital in Boston. Mrs. she spearheaded a fund-raising campaign that resulted in
died April 18, 2019, after a brief illness with her family at Jones was his vibrant and able companion on that great a generous annual holiday bonus for each employee at
her side. She was 96. adventure. Atria Hillsdale. She only gave up leadership of that effort
Born in May of 1922 Mrs. Jones was also illustrator of Dr. Jones’ textbook, in January 2019, because she felt it was time for someone
in York, Nebraska, Basic Diagnostic Radiology, published in 1969, an effort else to enjoy the opportunity.
Mrs. Jones moved as that consumed a full year of nights and weekends for the Mrs. Jones will be missed by her huge, dynamic family.
a young child with two. Grandma Jones is survived by many children, their
her entire extended When the last of their five children graduated from spouses, 11 grandchildren, their significant others, and 12
family to Long Beach, Mills High School in the mid-1970’s, Dr. and Mrs. Jones great grandchildren, with a thirteenth due later this year.
California, and grew left Millbrae and began a 5-year sojourn in San Antonio, Margaret Jones’ family includes children: Linda Rohan
up there joyfully, Texas, where Dr. Jones headed the Radiology Department (daughter), Margaret (daughter) and J. Alex Aycinena,
surrounded by friends at the UT Medical School there. Mrs. Jones was his lively Roger (son) and Ruth Ann Jones, Malcolm (son) and Nancy
and relatives. help-mate in the effort to recruit and embrace over 20 new Jones; and grandchildren and great grandchildren: Debbie
The third of the faculty members from around the world. and Spencer Stinson, James, Rebecca and Kyle Stinson,
four ‘Fisher Girls’, Their Methodist church involvement in San Antonio Victoria and Craig Nelson, Chas Horton, Christopher and
Mrs. Jones always was busy as well. Mrs. Jones continued her life-long love Christina Parker, Alexandra, Mae and Kai Parker, Jeffrey
remembered her childhood as a festive continuum of of singing in the church choir, and Dr. Jones continued to Parker and Oliver Wouk, Tiffany and James Sargent, Milo
swimming in the ocean and bay, and high diving in the teach adult Sunday school in the San Antonio congregation. and Coretta Jeanne Sargent, Ben Jones and Richelle Reid,
lagoon, of music and singing, horseback riding, oil Although the couple loved the warmth of the Texas people Meg and Shaun Lippow, Jonathan and Anna Margaret
painting, dancing, tennis, socializing with a world of and their life there, Mrs. Jones was very homesick for the Lippow, Diana Aycinena and Jonathan Mellen, J. Alex
friends and participating in lively family events. She was family back in California which was expanding by leaps and Alicia Aycinena, R. Greg Rohan and Timsy Vora, and
asked to try out for the 1936 Olympics as a high diver, but and bounds with the addition of grandchildren. Mark Rohan and Tiffany Wong.
her father said no. Dr. and Mrs. Jones moved to Fresno in 1979, where he Mrs. Jones’ family also includes Robert Rohan, Jan
Mrs. Jones graduated from Wilson High School in 1940, lead the UCSF Radiology Residency Rotation for 3 years, Shoemaker, and David and Carol Ann Parker, Brenda,
where she was president of the senior class, and then and the couple again became active in the local Methodist Gordon, Bryson, Delaney, Brooke and Cassidy Lewis,
earned an AA in English Literature from Long Beach City Church. In 1983, Dr. Jones joined the faculty at UC Irvine Sara, Dan, Charlie, Harrison and Cutler Hobin, Jenna,
College in 1942, where she also served as president of the Medical School and the couple settled in nearby Tustin. Ted, Kate and Teddy Swigert, and Rob, Kelly Ann, Bo
student body. Following graduation, Mrs. Jones worked for Dr. and Mrs. Jones became extremely involved in and James Lamb.
a year at McDonnell Douglas at the height of the war, and the Tustin Methodist Church. They also spearheaded a Mrs. Jones is also survived by a niece and seven
then went to U.C. Berkeley in 1943 to do her pre-nursing community-wide effort to help senior citizens work as nephews: Kathy and Ted Nixon, Dan Jones and Brownyn
courses. She lived in the Delta Gamma house. volunteers in the local public schools. In 1993, Dr. and Fryer, Gilbert Stroppini, Alan Stroppini and Kathy Cooper,
In 1944, Mrs. Jones went across the Bay to attend Mrs. Jones were commended as Tustin Citizens of the Paul and Diki Voigt, Eric Voigt, Jeff and Jaqui Brown,
nursing school at U.C. San Francisco. She met her future Year for that program. At the same time, the couple served and Greg Brown and Michelle Charbonneau, as well as
husband, Malcolm D. Jones, in January 1945 while he was on the Board of Directors of the Claremont School of countless friends from around the world who admired her
a medical student at UCSF. They were married 6 months Theology. zest for life and commitment to social justice.
later, in June 1945. Mrs. Jones left nursing school in early Never one to be without a big project, in 1990 Mrs. It is not to be forgotten that Mrs. Jones made a helluva
1946 when Dr. Jones was assigned an internship at the San Jones enrolled at U.C. Irvine, intent on finishing the meatloaf, complete with ketchup garnish, and wonderful
Diego Naval Hospital, just prior to the birth of their first college education that had been interrupted by ‘life’ way lemon meringue pies, that she raised a gibbon, was an
child in May 1946. back in 1946. accomplished painter and seamstress, loved everything
Dr. Jones shipped out to China as medical officer on In May 1994, at the age of 72, Mrs. Jones graduated copper or maple, and that her signature solo anthem every
a Navy ship in mid-1947, and was not at Mrs. Jones’ summa cum laude from U.C. Irvine, earning a B.S. in Christmas Eve was ‘Oh Holy Night’.
side when their second child was born in San Diego in Social Sciences and departmental honors. She always said Mrs. Jones was preceded in death in 1999 by her beloved
December. He returned to San Diego in mid-1948, met the faculty and her fellow students at the university were daughter, Sheryl Jones
their second born for the first time, and continued on at the incredibly welcoming and helpful to her in those years. Parker, and in 2001 by her
Naval Hospital. The couple welcomed their third child in In 1996, Dr. Jones retired from his many decades in life-long companion and
October 1949. academic medicine and the couple moved back to the San best friend, Dr. Malcolm
In 1950, the young family arrived back in San Francisco. Francisco Peninsula, settling in San Mateo and resuming D. Jones.
Dr. Jones began a residency in radiology at UCSF, and Mrs. active participation in their beloved New Vision United The Jones Family
Jones endured three years of living in the fog of The City Methodist Church in Millbrae. suggests donations can
with their three, and then four young children, the fourth Over the next 6 years, Dr. and Mrs. Jones became be made to New Vision
having been born in September 1952. involved in yet another worthy cause: The United United Methodist Church,
In 1953, the growing family moved to Millbrae, life Religions Initiative. Inspired by the interfaith idealism 450 Chadbourne Avenue,
continued in the sunnier climes of the Peninsula, and Dr. of the organization, the couple established a Cooperation Millbrae, CA, 94030, or
Jones began his decades’ long daily commute back up to Circle for the Peninsula that met monthly and included Boys Town of America,
UCSF where he was now on the faculty. Mrs. Jones was representatives of well over a dozen different religious 14100 Crawford St., Boys
an active member of the UCSF Faculty Wives Association traditions. After Dr. Jones passed away in 2001, Mrs. Town, NE 68010.
for the next 20 years. Also in 1953, the Jones family joined Jones vigorously continued to lead the group for another A Celebration of Life
the Millbrae Methodist Church, an association that lasted 10 years. will be held at the Millbrae
for 65 years. Dr. and Mrs. Jones fifth child was born in In 2015, Mrs. Jones reluctantly agreed to move to New Vision United
Burlingame in June 1956 and the family was complete. Atria Assisted Living in San Mateo, her health and frailty Methodist Church on
For the next 20 years, Mrs. Jones was consumed with making it increasingly difficult to live alone in her lovely Sunday, May 19, 2019, at
the far-flung activities and joys of raising a family of 5 San Mateo home. 4:00 pm. All are welcome.
children – including a 6-month sabbatical ‘road trip’ with Once at Atria, Mrs. Jones embraced a leadership role on
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE Wednesday • May 8, 2019 5

Newsom wants to end tax on tampons, diapers money,” he wrote in his veto message.
By Kathleen Ronyanne
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “This is even more important when the
state’s budget remains precariously bal-
SACRAMENTO — California Gov. anced. Therefore, I cannot sign these
Gavin Newsom wants to end the sales tax measures.”
on tampons and diapers and use revenue Newsom has said he plans to maintain
from legal marijuana sales toward enhanc- Brown’s reserved approach to budgeting
ing child care programs. by limiting new ongoing spending in
Those items are part of a “parents’ agen- favor of using extra money to pay down
da” Newsom will announce Tuesday in a debts and bank away for the next reces-
preview of the revised state budget he’ll sion. On Thursday, he’ll offer an updated
present later this week. budget that will show whether he’s main-
“As anyone who takes care of kids can taining that approach. He and lawmakers
tell you, these costs add up,” Newsom will must agree on a one-year spending plan by
say, according to excerpts of his remarks June 30.
released by his office. “From diapers to In January, he proposed a $209 billion
child care, raising kids is expensive wher- budget with a $21.5 billion surplus, the
ever you live. But when you factor in the state’s largest in at least 20 years. His
cost of living here in California, it is plan increased spending by about 4% but
close to impossible.” pledged more than $13 billion to build the
Cutting the diaper and tampon tax would state’s reserves and pay down debt.
eliminate about $55 million in revenue He proposed several billion dollars’
from the budget, according to legislative worth of new spending on child care, edu-
REUTERS FILE PHOTO cation and housing, and also called for a
estimates. His child care proposals, mean-
while, would cost about $130 million, Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to end the sales tax on tampons and diapers and use revenue new tax to pay for improvements to drink-
with about $80 million coming from taxes from legal marijuana sales toward enhancing child care programs. ing water.
on legalized marijuana. Newsom also strual equity,” meaning that women don’t rebuffed eliminating the tax on menstrual On child care, Newsom would spend an
wants to give families with children under face taxes for products their biology products and diapers in 2016. He vetoed additional $54 million on county-run
6 a tax credit of $1,000, but his office did requires them to buy. the proposals alongside five other tax- child care programs through CalWORKS,
not say how much that would cost. The proposal is about “having a tax code related bills, suggesting that such issues the state’s public assistance program.
Democratic Assemblywoman Cristina that’s gender neutral (and) a tax code that should be considered as part of the budget. Newsom also wants to spend $80 million
Garcia, who has proposed a bill to elimi- represents our values,” she said. But he included neither proposal in any of in tax revenue from legalized marijuana to
nate the tampon tax several times, praised Several other states including New York his future budgets. pay for child care programs, though his
Newsom for including it in his budget. She have already eliminated the tax on tam- “Tax breaks are the same as new spend- staff didn’t offer specifics ahead of the
said her proposal is about creating “men- pons. Former California Gov. Jerry Brown ing - they both cost the General Fund press conference.

Google promises better privacy, smarter AI assistant Around the state

By Rachel Lerman on privacy. blocking and anti-tracking software.
Judge orders PG&E’s board
and Matt O’Brien That focus echoed “They are not bad, but they almost to tour wildfire-ravaged Paradise
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS throughout the day, seem like they’re designed to give the SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge on Tuesday ordered
with the company company a better messaging push board members of Pacific Gas & Electric to tour the
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Google demonstrating how instead of making wholesale improve- Northern California town of Paradise, which was leveled by
announced new privacy tools Tuesday many of its artifi- ments to user privacy.” a wildfire that may have been caused by the utility’s equip-
intended to give people more control cial intelligence Data privacy and security at Google ment.
over how they’re being tracked on the capabilities — and its Big Tech counterparts have The judge ordered the tour as part of the utility’s punish-
go or in their own home, part of a including some been under the microscope for more ment for violating its felony probation terms, reported the
broader effort by big tech companies Sundar Pichai facial recognition than a year now. Facebook dedicated San Francisco Chronicle.
to counter increasing scrutiny of their and voice searches much of its own conference last week PG&E was convicted and placed on felony probation after
data collection practices. — are beginning to be processed on to connecting people though more pri- one of its natural gas pipes exploded in 2010 killing eight
The company also announced devices, rather than by constantly vate channels rather than broadly on people in the San Francisco suburb of San Bruno.
updates for its artificially intelligent sending information to company the social network. U.S. District Judge William Alsup says he wants the util-
voice assistant as well as a cheaper servers. Google announced smaller but tangi- ity’s newly appointed board to focus the company on com-
Pixel phone and a rebranding of his Some critics, however, say Google’s ble changes across many of its prod- plying with new wildfire safety plans approved by regula-
smart-home products. privacy updates sidestep more substan- ucts. The company makes billions of tors. Complying with the plan is the utility’s top probation
CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the tial changes that could threaten its ad- dollars annually by selling digital ads condition.
company’s annual developer confer- driven business model. that are targeted at the interests people Alsup said during a court hearing in San Francisco that
ence by noting that the company “They’re sort of marginal improve- reveal through their search requests PG&E’s top executives need to “see the gravity of what hap-
wants to do more to stay ahead of “con- ments,” said Jeremy Tillman, presi- and data collected by Google apps and pened up there” and indicated he will likely join the tour
stantly evolving user expectations” dent of Ghostery, which provides ad- services. too.
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Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp

signs an early abortion ban
By Ben Nadler conservative majority
Court that includes
ATLANTA — Georgia’s Republican Gov. President Donald Trump
Brian Kemp signed legislation on Tuesday appointees Neil Gorsuch
banning abortions once a fetal heartbeat and Brett Kavanaugh, are
can be detected. That can be as early as six pushing abortion bans in
weeks, before many women know they’re an attack on the high
pregnant. court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade
Kemp said he was signing the bill “to Brian Kemp ruling, which legalized
ensure that all Georgians have the opportu- abortion nationwide
nity to live, grow, learn and prosper in our until a fetus is developed enough to live out-
great state.” side a woman’s uterus.
The signing caps weeks of tension and ACLU of Georgia legal director Sean
protests at the state Capitol in Atlanta, and Young said the group would challenge REUTERS
marks the beginning of what could be a Georgia’s new abortion restriction in court. FBI Director Chris Wray said he does not consider court-approved FBI surveillance to be
lengthy and costly legal battle over the “Under 50 years of Supreme Court prece- ‘spying’ and said he has no evidence the FBI illegally monitored Donald Trump’s campaign
law’s constitutionality. dent, this abortion ban is clearly unconsti- during the 2016 election.
The legal showdown is exactly what sup- tutional,” Young said in a recent interview.

FBI: No evidence
porters are looking for. “Every federal court that has heard a chal-
Anti-abortion activists and lawmakers lenge to a similar ban has ruled that it’s
across the country , energized by the new unconstitutional.”

One dead, eight hurt in Colorado of illegal spying on

school shooting, two in custody Trump’s campaign
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the two suspects after a struggle.
“As officers were arriving at the school, sters while following “investigative policies
HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Two stu- By Eric Tucker and Michael Balamo
they could still hear gunshots,” Douglas and procedures,” Wray replied, “Well, that’s
dents opened fire Tuesday inside a charter County Undersheriff Holly Nicholson-Kluth not the term I would use.”
school in an affluent suburb of Denver not said.
WASHINGTON — FBI Director Chris Wray He added: “I believe that the FBI is engaged
far from Columbine High School , killing a Authorities did not release the name of the
said Tuesday that he does not consider court- in investigative activity, and part of inves-
teenager, wounding eight and spreading student who died, but said it was an 18-year-
approved FBI surveillance to be “spying” tigative activity includes surveillance activi-
minutes of terror before they were taken into old man.
and said he has no evidence the FBI illegally ty of different shapes and sizes. And to me,
custody with no injuries, authorities said. “I have to believe that the quick response
monitored President Donald Trump’s cam- the key question is making sure that it’s done
Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock of the officers that got inside that school
paign during the 2016 election. by the book, consistent with our lawful
said the pair walked into the STEM School helped save lives,” Spurlock said. He did not
His comments at a Senate Appropriations authorities. That’s the key question.
Highlands Ranch and began shooting stu- identify the suspects, but said they were not
subcommittee hearing broke from Attorney Different people use different colloquial
dents in two classrooms. Within minutes, previously known to authorities.
General William Barr, who has described as phrases.”
deputies at a nearby sheriff’s department Authorities planned to search their homes
“spying” FBI surveillance during its investi- Wray declined to discuss in detail the FBI’s
substation entered the school and arrested and a vehicle at the school, he said.
gation into potential collusion between the investigation into the Trump campaign
Trump campaign and Russia. Barr has not because of an ongoing Justice Department
said such surveillance was necessarily inspector general probe into the origins of
improper, but Trump nonetheless seized on the Russia inquiry. Barr has said he expects
those comments to suggest his campaign the watchdog report to be done in May or
was spied on in an illegal and unprecedented June.
act. But asked whether he was aware of evidence
Asked by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., if that the FBI had illegally spied on the Trump
he would say that the FBI is “spying” when it campaign, Wray said, “I don’t think I person-
investigates suspected terrorists and mob- ally have any evidence of that sort.”
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Amazon opens first Go store that accepts cash By Joseph Pisani Cameron Janes, who oversees Amazon’s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stores, says the way it accepts cash could
change in the future, but declined to give
NEW YORK — Amazon launched its high- details.
tech Go convenience store a year ago, where “This is how we’re starting,” he says.
shoppers can pull items off the shelf and “We’re going to learn from customers on
walk out. what works and what doesn’t work and then
Now it’s adding a decidedly low-tech fea- iterate and improve it over time.”
ture: accepting cash. A small but growing number of stores
Its new store that opened in New York City around the country have gone cash-free. But
Tuesday is the first Amazon Go store to do so. some activists and politicians say that dis-
At its other shops, customers can only enter criminates against people who don’t have a
with an app that links to a credit card or an bank account.
Amazon account. Philadelphia became the first city to ban
The company, facing a backlash from cashless stores earlier this year, and New
those who believe cashless stores discrimi- Jersey passed a statewide ban soon after. San
nate against the poor, confirmed last month Francisco will soon require brick-and-mortar
that it was working on a way to accept dollar retailers to take cash as payment, and a simi-
bills and coins. lar law is being considered in New York City.
In the new store, employees will swipe It’s not clear how many shoppers will skip
those who want to pay by cash through the the app and want to pay by cash at Amazon
turnstile entrance. After shoppers grab what Go. The New York store, the first in the city,
they want off the shelves, an employee will is in Brookfield Place, a high-end shopping
scan each item with a mobile device, take the mall and office complex that houses a Gucci
REUTERS FILE PHOTO cash, give customers their change from a store and office workers from banks and cred-
People walk by the Amazon Go brick-and-mortar grocery store. cash drawer and hand them a receipt. it card companies.

Cash is still king: San Francisco bans credit-only stores

By Janie Har cards. The vote by the Board of Supervisors homeless people are among those who or smartphone.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was unanimous. don’t have bank accounts or credit cards. But many low-income people, including
Supervisor Vallie Brown, who introduced In many ways, the legislation was an easy more than 4, 000 who sleep on San
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco offi- the legislation, said it “will go far in ensur- call for San Francisco officials, who strive Francisco’s streets every night, likely don’t
cials voted Tuesday to require brick-and- ing all San Franciscans have equitable to make life more equitable in a city with an have money to sustain bank accounts.
mortar retailers to take cash as payment, access to the city’s economy.” enormous wealth gap. According to the Federal Deposit
joining Philadelphia and New Jersey in ban- Brown said she thought it unfair that High-paid tech workers who flocked to Insurance Corporation, 17 percent of
ning a growing paperless practice that crit- someone couldn’t buy a sandwich just San Francisco to work for Facebook, African American households and 15 per-
ics say discriminates against low-income because they had cash. She said young peo- Google, Uber and Airbnb may like the cent of Latino households had no bank
people who may not have access to credit ple, victims of ID theft, immigrants and ease of paying by credit card, debit card account.

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Pompeo makes secret Iraq trip amid Iran tensions

By Matthew Lee U.S. support for “a sovereign, independent”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iraq, free from the influence of neighboring
Pompeo also said he wanted to underscore
BAGHDAD — U.S. Secretary of State Iraq’s need to protect Americans in their
Mike Pompeo made a lightning visit country.
Tuesday to Baghdad aimed at showing sup- “We wanted to let them know about the
port for the Iraqi government as the United increased threat stream that we had seen and
States has been picking up intelligence that give them a little bit more background on
Iran is threatening American interests in the that so they could ensure that they were
Middle East. doing all they could to provide protection
The top American diplomat’s unannounced for our team,” he said. “They understood,
trip to the Iraqi capital began and ended after too, it’s important for their country.”
nightfall under heavy security following the Pompeo’s visit came as the Trump admin-
abrupt cancellation of a visit to Germany. istration intensified its pressure campaign
Journalists from the Associated Press and against Iran. The U.S. said this week that it
other organizations accompanying Pompeo was rushing an aircraft carrier group to the
were not told of his new destination until his Middle East to deter or respond to any
plane left for Baghdad and were not allowed Iranian attack.
to report on his whereabouts until after his U.S. officials have said there were indica-
REUTERS plane had taken off for London. tions Iran was planning to retaliate for the
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo walks with Acting Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern The secretary told reporters on the flight Trump administration’s stepped-up sanc-
Affairs at the State Department David Satterfield, and Charge D’affaires at the U.S. Embassy that his meetings with Iraq’s president and tions on the country, although the threat
in Baghdad Joey Hood upon arrival in Baghdad, Iraq. prime minister were intended to demonstrate information remains vague.

Report: Iran prepares to withdraw from parts of nuclear deal

By Nasser Karimi and Jon Gambrell Britain, France and Germany that will be The letters will come as officials in the in or near the Persian Gulf. The official
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS handed to ambassadors in Tehran. Iranian Islamic Republic previously warned that agreed to discuss the sensitive situation
Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif Iran might increase its uranium enrichment, only on condition of not being quoted by
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran on Wednesday will separately will write to the European Union, potentially pulling away from a deal it has name.
announce it is partially withdrawing from the agency said. sought to salvage for months. The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog
the nuclear deal it struck with world powers, The semi-official ISNA news agency Already, the White House has announced says Iran has continued to comply with the
its state-run news agency reported, a year to reported late Tuesday that Zarif had left for the deployment of a U.S. aircraft carrier and terms of the 2015 nuclear deal, which saw it
the day that President Donald Trump pulled Moscow to meet with Russian leader a bomber wing to the Persian Gulf because limit its enrichment of uranium in exchange
America from the accord. Vladimir Putin to discuss bilateral and inter- of potential threats from Iran. A U.S. offi- for the lifting of economic sanctions. But
The terms of the withdrawal remain national issues, without elaborating. cial in Washington said Tuesday the intelli- American sanctions have wreaked havoc on
unclear, though the IRNA news agency said Details of the letters, all to signers of the gence information which prompted that Iran’s already-anemic economy, while
President Hassan Rouhani will explain 2015 accord, will not be publicly disclosed, move included indications Iran had put promised help from European partners in
Iran’s decision in letters to leaders of it said. short-range ballistic missiles aboard boats the deal haven’t alleviated the pain.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • May 8, 2019 9

Air quality in Coachella Valley Honoring mothers?
The Sentinel Energy Center natural
Other voices
The Desert Sun gas-fired generation plant is the val- he good mother, the wise mother ... is more
ley’s No. 2 emitter. It is located pre- important to the community than even the

ome bask in the glow of cariously near Desert Hot Springs and ablest man; her career more worthy of honor
eral clean air mandate and the expecta-
our smoggy sunrises and the mouth of the San Gorgonio Pass and is more useful to the community than the career of any
tion had been that we’d meet the June
sunsets.” funnel that brings in L.A.-generated man, no matter how successful.” — Theodore Roosevelt, a
deadline. Word that we’re likely to
That doesn’t sound like a very smog. concept expressed during another era, but just as true
continue having to breathe this toxic
enticing come-on to draw visitors to SCAQMD pollution-credit rules today.
mix for the foreseeable future is a
our tourism-dependent Coachella punch to the gut. allow such operations to buy credits Mom is a woman with children who society praises one
Valley, right? It certainly doesn’t con- “Ground-level ozone, you can think to make up for the toxins they pump day a year and is basically taken for granted the rest of the
jure visions of “healthy living” for of it as a corrosive gas. It burns lung out in a balancing process across the time. Sometimes she’s considered a saint, but more often
those of us who call the desert home. tissue like a bad sunburn on the skin,” entire SCAQMD region. Those of us she’s vilified as the cause of all things pathological in her
According to recent stories by The Will Barrett, California director of in the valley, however, are directly progeny. She’s a woman who is often made to feel like a
Desert Sun’s Janet Wilson, air we can clean air advocacy with the American subjected to their harmful effects. slacker if she chooses to stay at home to raise her chil-
really “chew on” is the reality for us. Lung Association, told Wilson. “It SCAQMD — which has never man- dren. She is encouraged to find her fulfillment in the work-
This despite years of progress toward damages your respiratory tract, it cre- aged to meet the Clean Air Act require- place — to “have it all,” often stretching herself so thin
meeting federal air quality goals. ates coughing, tightness in the chest, ments for ozone — should accelerate that burnout isn’t unusual. Yet a mother who devotes a few
The South Coast Air Quality shortness of breath ... but it can also the phaseout of pollution-swapping years to nurturing her children is considered by many to be
Management District plans to ask fed- contribute to asthma, lung disease, credits and compel emitters to actual- everything from quaint to
eral officials to “bump up” the heart attacks and premature death.” ly clean up their processes at each lazy.
Coachella Valley’s official ozone sta- Clearly, the human cost of this site. Child raising should be
tus to extreme — the highest federal problem — especially for the elderly, Wilson’s reporting revealed that about the most esteemed
classification. Doing so will give the the already sick and young children — even smaller operations not specifi- occupation a woman can
agency additional years to bring the is high. Surrender cannot be an cally linked to what most would see as pursue because, after all, the
region’s air into line with federal option, however. “industry” are high-level emitters of products thereof are our
standards. One of the biggest sources of our smog components. These include nation’s and the world’s
That reality — reclassification to a ozone, or smog, is pollution blown places like Eisenhower Health med- future. We hear rhetoric
worst-case situation and receiving here from Los Angeles. More trucks, ical center, Desert Regional Medical about how important it is
more cleanup time — seems as dis- cars, trains and freighter ships in the Center and the Palm Springs Aerial to raise happy and healthy
torted as it is disappointingly tragic. constantly-growing Southland belch Tramway. These polluters must follow (mentally and physically)
Everyone from the image-conscious emissions that funnel through the San through on promises to continue children, but the connec-
multibillion-dollar Coachella Valley Gorgonio Pass and wind up tinting seeking ways to reduce the ozone- tion to mothers who have it
tourism industry to residents of our our skies. forming compounds released at their all together does not seem
desert cities should be horrified. Our representatives at the local, facilities. to register. As Jane Swigart,
SCAQMD told The Desert Sun that regional and state level must redouble Health, wellness and leisure-based author of “The Myth of the Bad Mother,” wrote: “Though
among the main causes of our increas- efforts to clean up pollution sources organizations owe us nothing short child raising is a discipline that teaches us an enormous
ingly bad air over the past two years that already exist as well as manage of such efforts. amount about ourselves and the world, it is not really seen
are heat waves and wildfires, which growth in a way that doesn’t add to Closer to home, keeping your car as such in our culture. We have no traditions that elevate
have helped push our ozone levels the problem. Economic development tuned up with properly inflated tires caring for our children and all that it involves, making it a
above the federal air quality limits set is indeed important, but it must be makes a difference, especially when way of achieving intellectual or spiritual enlightenment. It
in 1997. The Coachella Valley’s air coupled with efforts that mitigate its that’s multiplied by tens or hundreds is not given the respect it deserves, and child rearing with-
had been mandated to meet the federal worst side effects. These can include of thousands of vehicles. out respect, practical help and emotional support can cause
limit by this June. everything from pushing and incen- Maintaining your lawn equipment terrible deprivations in the mother as caregiver, making
Yes, we do live in a desert valley tivizing industry to retool with clean- (small engines are among the worst her a victim or her own unfulfilled needs as well as well as
that is always going to see high tem- er equipment to getting more personal when it comes to emissions) also can her children’s demands.”
peratures that can smother us under a cars off the roads by encouraging pub- help tremendously. A mother who feels understood when she expresses
layer of airborne toxins. We’ve also lic transit use and ride-hailing. Homeowners, investing in rooftop fatigue, frustration, anxiety and despair as well as when
come to accept a future of ever-larger While traffic emissions blowing in solar could help our environment as she expresses love, joy and delight; a mother who feels
wildfires with noxious clouds of from our west are the biggest prob- well as your own pocketbook through that whatever her problems, someone is there to support
smoke. With macro factors like wild- lem, Wilson’s reporting revealed that lower energy bills. Conducting a her; a mother who is educated in child growth and develop-
fires and suspected ill effects of cli- even “green” projects can be bad. The home survey to reveal ways to cut ment, who is healthy is body, mind and spirit and is will-
mate change adding to the bad air, we wastewood-burning Desert View energy use could also help. ing to devote a few years of her life to her children and has
need to redouble our efforts to mini- Power electricity generation plant in Join a carpool to get to work or the support of her husband, is a fortunate mother indeed.
mize sources of pollution that are Mecca is the top emitter of ground- shuttle the neighborhood kids back And, especially in this day and age, all of this is very diffi-
within our control. level ozone components, belching and forth to school. If you can, use a cult to come by.
Fighting Mother Nature is never them out at a rate substantially higher bike for short trips; your waistline When you think about it, there are few institutions in
going to be easy. Still, as noted in than a comparable coal-fired facility. and the rest of us will be better off for this society that do not undermine motherhood in some
Wilson’s coverage, our region had This despite its certification as an in- it. way. For instance, during George W.’s administration,
been making progress toward the fed- state renewable energy source. Yes, we all can and must do our part. child care funding was cut at a time when limits imposed
by welfare reform increased the number of working moth-
ers who cannot afford caretakers for their children. The big

Letter to the editor concern was with tax cuts that mostly benefited the
wealthy than needy families. The economy has evolved
over the past several decades to a point that it is impossi-
ble for many two-parent families to subsist on one salary
Extra years for Trump? eight years in office, since the end of the third eight-year Obama
and single parents have an even more difficult row to hoe.
Republican Congress and its leader- administration, Trump would not be
Editor, At the same time, intense pressure is applied by corporate
ship conspired to obstruct whatever much of a threat anymore, and in all
interests via the media to consume and accumulate. In most
President Donald Trump claims that he tried to do, whether they were pre- likelihood we would have a country in
cases, what a mother does with her kids while she works is
the Mueller investigation destroyed viously for or against anything he much better shape, with Obama not
her problem.
his first two years in office, so he worked for. And, if they continued to too old for the Supreme Court.
The traditional school schedule has been altered little to
should be awarded two extra years as work against him during those extra accommodate employed parents. Reproductive and family
compensation. With that philosophy, eight years, another allotment of Jorg Aadahl life education are woefully inadequate or lacking in most
President Obama could claim another eight years would be justified. By the San Mateo high schools. The legal system is often sadly deficient
when it comes to adequate child support or custody arrange-
ments. Many religious organizations cling to their ante-
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US-China trade tensions rattle markets

By Alex Veiga
High: 26,276.90
The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled Low: 25,789.71
more than 470 points Tuesday amid a broad
sell-off on Wall Street as the U.S. and China Close: 25,965.09
moved closer to an escalation of their Change: -473.39
already costly trade war.
The U.S. was set to impose higher tariffs OTHER INDEXES
on China on Friday, a day after representa- S&P 500: 2884.05 -48.42
tives from both nations are scheduled to
NYSE Index: 12,778.51 -198.16
resume trade talks in Washington. Trump
administration officials accused China of Nasdaq: 7963.76 -159.53
reneging on commitments made during NYSE MKT: 2553.12 -8.18
weeks of negotiations. Russell 2000: 1582.31 -32.66
Both sides had signaled progress was
being made toward a resolution in recent Wilshire 5000: 29,837.12 -506.58
weeks. Buoyed by those signs, as well as a
more dovish stance on interest rates by the
10-Yr Bond: 2.44 -0.05
Federal Reserve and better signs on the Oil (per barrel): 61.31 -0.94
economy, investors had furiously bought Gold : 1,285.60 +1.80
stocks and pushed the S&P 500 and Nasdaq
to all-time highs last week. All major index-
es still have double-digit gains for the year.
Analysts said the market was vulnerable The S&P 500 index slumped 48. 42 goods in their dispute over U.S. complaints of investment research for Nationwide
to any reversals in the trade talks. This week points, or 1.7%, to 2,884.05. The Dow lost about Chinese technology ambitions. Investment Management.
investors have dumped shares of companies 473.39 points, or 1.8%, to 25,965.09. The Washington has accused Beijing of reneg- “We’ve basically flipped from being too
that bring in significant revenue from index had been down 648. The Nasdaq com- ing on its commitments and is preparing to pessimistic to perhaps being too opti-
China, such as those in the technology and posite, which is heavily weighted with raise import taxes on $200 billion of mistic,” he said.
industrial sectors. Banks have also taken technology stocks, fell 159.53 points, or Chinese goods to 25% from 10%, and to The trade dispute between China and the
heavy losses. 2%, to 7,963.76. impose tariffs on another $325 billion in United States is nothing new, and it had
“This is a game of poker and the U.S. is The Russell 2000 index of small company imports, covering everything the country been hanging over the market even as the
playing their hand,” said Doug Cote, chief stocks gave up 32.66 points, or 2%, to ships annually to the United States. S&P 500 made its run to a record this year.
market strategist at Voya Investment $1,582.31. Major indexes in Europe also The possibility that the trade dispute But investors had been willing to push
Management. “Let’s say the worst happens finished lower. could escalate represents a marked shift stocks higher despite it because they large-
and they raise tariffs on Friday, well you’re The rout is the first big jolt for stocks from just a few weeks ago, when talks ly assumed a deal would eventually get done.
going to get another buying opportunity.” since the turn of the year, when fear began between the U.S. and China appeared to be That showed in share prices of U.S. compa-
Every sector fell. Utilities, normally safe- draining out of the market and the S&P 500 on track for an agreement. nies that get big portions of their sales
play holdings for investors, fared better started its march back to record heights. The big rise in stocks since the begin- from China, which had done better than the
than the rest of the market. Bond prices also The U.S. and China have raised tariffs on ning of the year partly reflects complacence rest of the market, according to analysts at
rose as investors sought out other ways to tens of billions of dollars of each other’s among investors, said Mark Hackett, chief Jefferies.
reduce risk.

Lyft posts strong growth, 15%. In the final minutes of trading on tions. The average estimate of three ana-
Business briefs Tuesday, shares hit $92.73, a fall of 25% in lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
big losses in first public quarter with investors. the last 12 months. Research was for a loss of 13 cents per
NEW YORK — Lyft is reporting strong Lyft’s stock has fallen dramatically since share.
revenue growth but substantial losses in its its own IPO in April. It closed Tuesday at
Genomic Health The drug developer posted revenue of
first quarterly earnings report since its $59.34, down about 18% from its debut at reported 1Q net income of $13M $12.6 million in the period, also exceeding
rocky stock market debut. $72. The stock slipped another 3% in after- Street forecasts. Three analysts surveyed by
The ride-hailing company posted revenue REDWOOD CITY — Genomic Health Inc. Zacks expected $12 million.
hours trading following the release of the on Tuesday reported first-quarter net income
of $776 million during the first quarter of earnings report. In the final minutes of trading on Tuesday,
2019, nearly doubling the amount it made of $13 million, after reporting a loss in the the company’s shares hit $2.34. A year ago,
same period a year earlier.
the same time last year. Their revenues beat Electronic Arts reported On a per-share basis, the Redwood City-
they were trading at $3.82.
expectations of analysts polled by FactSet,
who were expecting $740 million. fiscal 4Q earnings of $209M based company said it had profit of 34 Allogene Therapeutics
But the San Francisco-based company REDWOOD CITY — Electronic Arts Inc. cents.
lost $1.1 billion in its first public quarter, on Tuesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter The results surpassed Wall Street expecta- reported a loss of $31.6M in 1Q
primarily because it paid out $894 million earnings of $209 million. tions. The average estimate of five analysts SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Allogene
in stock-based compensation and related The Redwood City-based company said it surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was Therapeutics Inc. on Tuesday reported a loss
payroll taxes during its initial public offer- had net income of 69 cents per share. for earnings of 29 cents per share. of $31.6 million in its first quarter.
ing. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs The cancer test maker posted revenue of On a per-share basis, the South San
After adjusting for those one-time costs, and stock option expense, were $1.41 per $108.8 million in the period, also exceed- Francisco-based company said it had a loss
Lyft’s losses reached $211.5 million in the share. ing Street forecasts. Six analysts surveyed of 32 cents.
first quarter, compared to $228.4 million at The results beat Wall Street expectations. by Zacks expected $107.1 million. The results topped Wall Street expecta-
the same time last year. The average estimate of 13 analysts sur- Genomic Health shares have risen rough- tions. The average estimate of six analysts
veyed by Zacks Investment Research was ly 2% since the beginning of the year. In surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was
Lyft executives emphasized the growth of
for earnings of 97 cents per share. the final minutes of trading on Tuesday, for a loss of 41 cents per share.
their active riders, which jumped to 20.5
The video game maker posted revenue of shares hit $65.46, a rise of 81% in the last Allogene Therapeutics shares have
million in the first quarter, up 46% from the
$1.24 billion in the period. Its adjusted rev- 12 months. climbed 15% since the beginning of the
same time last year.
The company also announced a partner- enue was $1.36 billion, also topping Street year.
ship with Waymo to deploy 10 autonomous forecasts. Ten analysts surveyed by Zacks Iovance Biotherapeutics
vehicles in the Phoenix area over the next expected $1.2 billion. reported a loss of $37M in 1Q Google spinoff, Lyft team
few months, which could help the company For the year, the company reported profit
as it competes with Uber to roll out the tech- of $1. 02 billion, or $3. 33 per share.
SAN CARLOS — Iovance Biotherapeutics up to offer self-driving car rides
Inc. on Tuesday reported a loss of $37 mil-
nology that both are relying on to drive Revenue was reported as $4.94 billion. lion in its first quarter. SAN FRANCISCO — Google’s self-driv-
down costs. Electronic Arts expects full-year earnings On a per-share basis, the San Carlos- ing car spinoff Waymo is teaming up with
“We’re excited about our investments to be $8.56 per share. based company said it had a loss of 30 Lyft in Arizona to attempt to lure passen-
and initiatives this year that will drive Electronic Arts shares have increased 18% cents. gers away from ride-hailing market leader
future growth, ” said Logan Green, Lyft’s since the beginning of the year, while the The results missed Wall Street expecta- Uber.
co-founder and CEO, in a conference call Standard & Poor’s 500 index has increased tions. The average estimate of eight ana- The alliance announced Tuesday will
lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment allow anyone with the Lyft app in the
Research was for a loss of 29 cents per Phoenix area to summon one of the 10 self-
share. driving Waymo cars joining the ride-hail-
Iovance Biotherapeutics shares have ing service.
climbed 24% since the beginning of the Waymo’s robotic vehicles will still have
year. In the final minutes of trading on a human behind the wheel to take control in
Tuesday, shares hit $11.01, a decrease of case something goes awry with the technol-
28% in the last 12 months. ogy. But their use in Lyft’s service could
make more people feel comfortable about
Rigel Pharmaceuticals riding in self-driving cars.
Both Lyft and Uber consider self-driving
Inc. reported a loss of $37M in 1Q cars to be one of the keys to turning a prof-
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Rigel it, something neither company has done so
Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Tuesday reported a far. Meanwhile, Waymo has been slowly
loss of $17.6 million in its first quarter. expanding its own ride-hailing service in
On a per-share basis, the South San the Phoenix area that so far has been con-
Francisco-based company said it had a loss fined to passengers who previously partici-
of 11 cents. pated in free tests of its self-driving tech-
The results surpassed Wall Street expecta- nology.
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Hillsdale focused on present

By Nathan Mollat a triple, double and two RBIs. “The focus is to keep everything
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF tight when it comes to [fundamentals].”
There were a couple Knights’ lapses in the first inning, as
starting pitcher Sydney Nagamine was called for an illegal pitch
Coming into the final week of the regular season, the
on the first offering of the game. Santos said there was confu-
Hillsdale softball team found itself in fourth place in the Bay
sion when the umpire said, “play ball” and Santos and Nagamine
Division standings.
thought they heard “dead ball.”
That’s one spot out of an automatic berth into the Central It amounted to nothing as Nagamine went on to retire the side
Coast Section playoffs. in order.
But the Knights are not concerned with the postseason, not In the bottom of the inning, leadoff hitter Sophia Eftekhari
this week, anyway. There is still business to take care of and walked and moved to second on a passed ball, but was called out
they did so Tuesday afternoon with a 6-3 win over Woodside in for leaving the base too soon. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
San Mateo. The Knights, however, did not dwell on the couple of hiccups. Woodside’s Megan Barstad slides back into first base ahead
“Regarding CCS, whatever happens, happens,” said of the tag of Hillsdale first baseman Alex Bunton during the
Hillsdale’s senior catcher Brianna Santos, who was 2 for 3 with See KNIGHTS, Page 14 Knights’ 6-3 win over the Wildcats.

A’s 2, Reds 0

’Cats keep hopes alive

Woodside rallies to top M-A; playoff spot rides on Thursday’s rematch
By Terry Bernal

It’s all come down to this —  one game,

mano a mano — for the last playoff spot out
of the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS
Division. Mike Fiers celebrates with catcher Josh
The Woodside Wildcats rallied back with a Phegley after pitching a no-hitter against the
five-run sixth inning Tuesday for a 7-5 vic- Reds Tuesday at the Oakland Coliseum.
tory at Menlo-Atherton.

Fiers fires
With the win, Woodside (8-5 PAL Ocean,
15-10 overall) keeps its postseason hopes
alive. The two teams rematch Thursday and,
despite the several different tiebreaker for-
mulas, they all lead to the same destination

—  the winner of that regular-season finale
will decide who advances to Saturday’s play-
in game with PAL Lake champion Jefferson.
“We definitely have to win Thursday to go
on,” said David Trujillo, M-A’s new varsity
baseball manager. “It’s going to be a tough By Terry Bernal
battle because [Woodside ace Joseph King] DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
is pitching and he’s quite the prospect. But
we’re ready for him. These guys have battled On a night that started with over an hour-
all year. Just one game at a time, that’s how long power outage, the Oakland Coliseum
we approach it.” was ultimately illuminated by an historic
In Trujillo’s first game as M-A’s new skip- effort by Mike Fiers.
per — replacing David Klein, who was dis- For the second time in his career, the A’s
missed Monday —  the Bears (7-6, 10-14) right-hander fired a no-hitter, facing two
saw a 4-2 lead evaporate late when Woodside over the minimum Tuesday in Oakland’s 2-0
sent 10 batters to the plate in the sixth. win over the Cincinnati Reds (15-21).
Woodside senior Max Moreno did it all for “I knew,” Fiers said when asked by NBC
the Wildcats. Not only did he go the distance Sports California if he knew he had a no-hit-
on the mound to earn his PAL leading sev- ter in progress. “I don’t like when guys say
enth win — tied with Aragon’s Adam Bever they don’t know. They know. You don’t think
and Capuchino’s Devin Meyer —  he also about it till a little later — but I knew.”
went 2 for 4 at the plate, including a go- Fiers finished off the night with a curve-
ahead two-run single. ball in the dirt to coax a swinging third
Moreno came to the plate with two on and strike out of Reds third baseman Eugenio
one out, with Woodside trailing 4-3 and Suarez. Catcher Josh Phegley deadened it
promptly greeted M-A reliever Elliot Zeien nicely, wrestled up the ball and applied the
with a line-drive single to right-center, plat- tag to Suarez to end it.
ing Garrett Faure and Jason Guaspari. “I’m not usually like a big rah-rah, excite-
“I was waiting for a pitch, I kept my hands ment kind of guy,” Phegley said during the
in, I drove it to right field,” Moreno said, postgame press conference, “but when we
“and I guess we were able to score some runs struck that last guy out, it was awesome.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Just a pile-on out there. I felt like I was
on that.”
Woodside senior Max Moreno delivers a go-ahead two-run single in the sixth inning to lift the holding the whole pile up myself. My legs
Wildcats to a 7-5 Tuesday at Menlo-Atherton. Moreno went 2 for 4 at the plate and also turned
See WOODSIDE, Page 16 in a complete-game victory on the mound in the critical PAL Ocean Division matchup. See A’S, Page 15

Mac’s back: Williamson homers in ’19 debut

By Dennis Georgatos homered for Colorado, ing. He had begun last season as the Giants’
Giants 14, Rockies 4 Ian Desmond tripled left fielder but in late April tripped over a
homered in support of Madison Bumgarner twice, driving in a run bullpen mound while going for a foul ball
DENVER — Mac Williamson wasted no (2-4), who went six innings and allowed and Raimel Tapia had and crashed head first into the padded rail-
time after being promoted from Triple-A three runs on eight hits. He had eight strike- three hits and an RBI. ing. Lingering concussion symptoms
Sacramento, homering and driving in four outs. Steven Duggar and Brandon Crawford Williamson’s return to forced him to miss much of the rest of the
runs to help the San Francisco Giants beat each had two-run singles, pinch-hitter Tyler the Giants culminated an season.
the Colorado Rockies 14-4 on Tuesday Austin added a two-run triple and Joe Panik arduous, year-long come- “Last year was extremely frustrating on
night. had three hits, including an RBI single. back that included being multiple levels,” Williamson said in the
It was just the Giants’ third win in the Charlie Blackmon homered to lead off Mac Williamson designated for assign- clubhouse before the game. “It is definitely
team’s last 21 games at Coors Field. Colorado’s first inning. Chris Iannetta also ment by the Giants after
Evan Longoria and Kevin Pillar also a disappointing showing in spring train- See GIANTS, Page 14
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TUESDAY the CCS team tournament with the win over

Local sports roundup the Titans. Rockets at Warriors,
Softball hits. Menlo’s Volgin brothers, Andrei Volgin
and younger brother Alex Volgin, combined
Game 5, 7:30 p.m.
Aragon 9, Half Moon Bay 3 Baseball to lose only one game. Andrei Volgin won THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Dons stayed in the hunt for a Bay in straight sets at love at No. 1 singles,
Division title with the win over the Aragon 9, Mills 3
while Alex Volgin won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3 Houston Rockets (53-29, fourth in the
Cougars. The Dons used a four-run fourth to take
singles. Mick Tamas lost only one game in Western Conference during the regular sea-
Both Aragon and San Mateo remain a control of the game against the Vikings,
each set of a 6-1, 6-1 win at No. 4 singles. son) vs. Golden State Warriors (57-25, first
game behind first place Carlmont with one clinching at least a share of the PAL Ocean
Division crown in the process. Top-seeded Menlo (20-2) will take on No. in the Western Conference during the regu-
game left in the regular season. Both San 4 St. Ignatius at 1:30 p.m. at Bay Club
Mateo and Carlmont won Tuesday. Adam Bever threw a complete game for lar season)
Aragon (10-3 PAL Ocean, 18-5 overall), Courtside in Los Gatos Wednesday. Wes tern Co nference s eco nd ro und:
Aragon (10-3 PAL Bay, 18-5 overall)
scored two runs in the top of the first and giving up two earned runs while striking out Menlo-Atherton, the No. 6 seed, also Series tied 2-2
took control with three more in the third for four. advanced to the semifinals after beating No. Bo tto m l i ne: The Golden State
a 5-1 advantage. The Dons then scored two Conor Hourigan and Drake Kenneally 3 Monta Vista 4-3. The Bears will face No. 2 Warriors and the Houston Rockets are in a
more in the fifth and one in the seventh. paced the offense with two RBIs apiece. Bellarmine at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Los 2-2 series tie in the Western Conference
Aragon will have a chance to grab a share Gatos Swim & Racquet Club. second round. The Rockets won the last
of the Bay Division title when the Dons El Camino 11, San Mateo 6 matchup 112-108. James Harden scored 38
host Carlmont at 4 p.m. Thursday. The Bearcats scored six runs in the top of Baseball points to lead Houston to the win and Kevin
the first, but the Colts snatched the win Durant totaled 34 points in defeat for
with seven runs in the bottom of the sixth. Burlingame 11, Sequoia 4 Golden State.
San Mateo 6, Capuchino 1
A four-run second gave the Bearcats con- Jackson Chew led the offense for San Mateo The Panthers scored three runs in each of The Warriors have gone 30-11 at home.
trol as they went on to beat the Mustangs. (5-8 PAL Ocean, 11-15 overall) going 4 for the first two innings and added four more in Golden State is 34-10 in games decided by
Guiliana Selvitella went 3 for 4 with two 4 with an RBI. He was one of six Bearcats to the fourth to beat the Ravens in a non- at least 10 points.
RBIs to lead San Mateo (10-3 PAL Bay, 15- drive in a run. Sean Tanap added three hits, league game. The Rockets are 32-20 against Western
4 overall). Jada Walker added three hits and while Elijah Shih, Jack Warren, Jorge Taylor Clark led the way for Burlingame, Conference opponents. Houston is 29-12
an RBI as well for the Bearcats. Bethany Chavarin and Kilmer Sanchez Beltran had driving in three runs while going 3 for 4, in games decided by at least 10 points.
Shih and Kylie Galea each had two hits two hits apiece. with a double, at the plate. Jacob Cilia added To p perfo rmers : Draymond Green
apiece. El Camino improves to 6-7 in Ocean play an RBI and scored two runs while going 3 leads the Warriors with 6.9 assists and
and 10-11 overall. for 5, while Thomas McClure was 2 for 2 scores 7.4 points per
Gabriella Gonzalez drove in the lone run
with a double and a run driven in. game. Durant has aver-
for Capuchino (2-11, 8-17).
Half Moon Bay 6, Sequoia 4 aged 35.4 points and
Sequoia was led by Kai Holm, who went 2 collected 5.2 rebounds
Carlmont 9, Burlingame 0 The Cougars kept themselves in the hunt for 4 with a double and two RBIs. Nolan
for a piece of the Ocean Division title, while shooting 52.7
The Scots ensured themselves at least a Doyle was 2 for 2 for the Ravens.
while the Ravens’ were eliminated from percent over the last 10
share of the Bay Division title with the
playoff contention. games for Golden State.
shutout win over the Panthers.
Jack Mettam, Jared Mettam and David
Boys’ lacrosse Harden leads the
Leading 4-0 after four, Carlmont (11-2 Rockets averaging 36.1
PAL Bay, 15-9 overall) all but ended the Fisher all drove in a run for HMB (9-4 PAL Menlo School 12, St. Francis 2
game with a four-run fifth. Ocean, 19-7 overall), which rallied from a The Knights cruised to the WCAL playoff
Kevin Durant points and has added 6.6
4-3 deficit with three runs in the bottom of rebounds and 7.5
Burlingame falls to 5-8 in Bay Division win over the Lancers. assists per game. Eric Gordon has averaged
play and 11-9 overall. the sixth.
Ryan Young scored four times to lead 17.6 points and added 2.6 rebounds while
Sequoia falls to 7-6 in Ocean play and 10- Menlo (10-6). Finn Leschly and Henry shooting 43.5 percent over the last 10
Mercy-Burlingame 11, Harker 5 14 overall. Wenikoff each netted a hat trick for the games for Houston.
The Crusaders captured the WBAL champi- Knights. Duri ng the pl ay o ffs : Ro ckets :
onship with the win over the Eagles, their Girls’ lacrosse Averaging 109.1 points, 43.7 rebounds,
first since 2009. Menlo, the No. 4 seed, will travel to San
Menlo-Atherton 16, St. Francis 3 Francisco to take on top-seeded St. Ignatius 17.9 assists, 8.3 steals and 5.8 blocks per
Ryan Galea paced the offense for Mercy The Bears advanced to the semifinals of game while shooting 44.3 percent from the
(13-1 WBAL, 15-9 overall), going 4 for 4 at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
the WBAL tournament with the lopsided win field. Their opponents have averaged 104.1
with a triple, two doubles, a single, three over the Lancers. points on 43.0 percent shooting.
runs scored and an RBI. Ariana Montiel had Theresa McGannon led the offense for M- Sacred Heart Prep 20, Warri o rs : Averaging 119.5 points,
three hits and scored three times for the A (9-4 WBAL, 11-6 overall) scoring five Sacred Heart Cathedral 7 43.7 rebounds, 28.6 assists, 7.1 steals and
Crusaders as well. times. Hannah Shaw added four goals, while 6.1 blocks per game while shooting 48.8
The Gators led the Irish 15-2 at halftime
Audrey Koren, Lottie Plewman and Sally as they moved into the semifinals of the percent from the field. Their opponents
Notre Dame-Belmont 19, Notre Dame-SJ 5 Norman scored two goals apiece. have averaged 113.5 points on 44.9 per-
WCAL tournament.
Leading 9-3 after five innings, the Tigers cent shooting.
scored 10 runs in the top of the sixth to post MONDAY Tommy Barnds led the attack for SHP, fin-
ishing with six goals and four assists. Warri o rs Injuri es : DeMarcus Cousins:
the mercy-rule win over the Regents. out (torn right quad), Damian Jones: out
Isabella Parks, Ashleigh Dean, Megan Patrick Hagerty, Wilson Weisel and Max
Sarhatt, Sophia Dinelli and Emma Nolte all
Boys’ tennis Sloat each scored hat tricks for the Gators. (torn left pectoral).
Ro ckets Injuri es : Danuel House Jr.:
drove in three runs for NDB (10-3 WBAL, Menlo School 5, Gunn 2 The second-seeded Gators will take host day to day (toe).
12-8 overall) as the Tigers pounded out 22 The Knights advanced to the semifinals of No. 3 Bellarmine at 3:30 p.m. today.
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Avalanche at Sharks,
Game 7, 6 p.m. OT goal lifts Blues past Stars in Game 7
By Steve Overbey

Colorado Avalanche (38-30-14, fifth in the Central ST. LOUIS — Pat Maroon scored 5:50 into the second
Division during the regular season) vs. San Jose Sharks overtime, Jordan Binnington made 29 saves and the St.
(46-27-9, second in the Pacific Division during the regu- Louis Blues outlasted the Dallas Stars 2-1 in Game 7 of their
lar season) Western Conference semifinal playoff series Tuesday night.
Wes tern co nference s eco nd ro und: Series tied 3-3 Maroon slammed the puck in after Robert Thomas skated
Bo tto m l i ne: The Colorado Avalanche visit the San in on Ben Bishop from the right wing. It was the second
Jose Sharks in game seven of the Western Conference sec- game-winning goal of the series for the 31-year-old St.
ond round. The teams meet Wednesday for the 10th time Louis native.
this season. The Avalanche won the previous meeting 4-3 Vince Dunn also scored for St. Louis, which will face the
in overtime. J.T. Compher scored a team-high two goals winner of the San Jose-Colorado series in the conference
for the Avalanche in the victory. final.
The Sharks are 25-11-5 at home. San Jose is third in the Ben Bishop made 52 saves and Mats Zuccarello scored for
league averaging 6.2 assists per game, led by Brent Burns Dallas, which dropped to 5-8 in Game 7s in franchise histo-
with 0.8. ry.
The Avalanche are 22-20-8 against conference oppo- It marked the first time in NHL history that three playoff
nents. Colorado averages 9.4 penalty minutes per game, JEFF CURRY/USA TODAY SPORTS
series were decided in overtime in Game 7 in the same year.
the fourth-most in the NHL. Ian Cole leads the team serv- Pat Maroon is mobbed by his St. Louis teammates after his
San Jose eliminated Vegas and Carolina beat Washington in
ing 115 total minutes. game-winning overtime goal that beat Dallas in Game 7 and
the first round.
To p perfo rmers : Burns leads the sents the Blues into the Western Conference finals.
St. Louis, which improved to 9-8 in Game 7s, outshot
Sharks with 67 assists and has recorded Dallas 54-30, including 41-16 in regulation. But Bishop career playoff goal.
83 points this season. Logan Couture was terrific against his first NHL team, keeping the Stars in Zuccarello then jumped on a fortunate deflection for
has seven goals and three assists over the game with a handful of big-time stops in regulation and Dallas, tying it at 1 at 15:55. A clearing attempt by St.
the last 10 games for San Jose. the overtimes. Louis forward David Perron hit referee Marc Joannette and
Nathan MacKinnon leads the The Blues jumped in front when Dunn converted a shot bounced right into the slot. Binnington was looking in the
Avalanche with a plus-20 in 82 games from the point 13:30 into the first period. It was his first other direction and never saw Zuccarello’s shot.
played this season. Mikko Rantanen
has five goals and eight assists over the
Brent Burns
last 10 games for Colorado.
Duri n g the p l ay o f f s :
Av al anche: Averaging 3.0 goals, 5.2
Leonard scores 21 as Raptors
take 3-2 series lead over 76ers
assists, 4.4 penalties and 10.4 penalty
minutes while giving up 2.6 goals per
game with a .920 save percentage.
Sharks : Averaging 3.1 goals, 5.3
assists, 4.6 penalties and 11.6 penalty
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Up by one after the first, the Raptors outscored the 76ers 37-17
minutes while giving up 3.2 goals per in the second quarter to take a 21-point lead, 64-43,at halftime.
TORONTO — Kawhi Leonard had 21 points and 13 rebounds, Ahead 92-70 at the start of the final quarter, Toronto extended
game with a .900 save percentage. Pascal Siakam scored 25 points and the Toronto Raptors used a
Sharks Injuri es : Radim Simek: out its lead to a game-high 40 points on a dunk by Normal Powell
huge second quarter to rout the Philadelphia 76ers 125-89 with 2:24 remaining.
Nathan (lower body), Joe Pavelski: day to day Tuesday night and take a 3-2 lead in their Eastern Conference
(upper body). The Raptors shot 16 for 40 from 3-point range, their 3-point-
MacKinnon semifinal series. ers made in the series.
Av al anche Injuri es : None listed. Toronto can advance to the Eastern Jimmy Butler scored 22 points and Tobias Harris had 15 for the
Conference finals for the second time in four 76ers, who have lost two straight after winning the previous
seasons with a victory in Game 6 at
NASCAR brief Philadelphia on Thursday night. The
Joel Embiid scored 13 points and had eight turnovers. Embiid
Raptors lost in six games to Cleveland in the
NASCAR’s Hamlin suffered East finals in 2016.
started despite missing the morning shootaround because of flu-
like symptoms. He also battled illness in Games 2 and 4.
carbon monoxide poisoning at Dover If the 76ers can extend the series to a sev-
Sixers guard Ben Simmons shot 3 for 5 and finished with seven
enth game, it would be played in Toronto on
DOVER, Del. — Denny Hamlin suffered from nausea and dou- Sunday night. points, seven rebounds, and five turnovers.
ble vision from carbon monoxide that seeped into his Toyota at Kawhi Leonard Leonard, who had scored 33 or more Siakam scored nine points in the first and Lowry had eight as
the end of the NASCAR race at Dover. points in each of the first four games of the Toronto led 27-26 after one. Leonard had seven rebounds and five
Hamlin felt ill after Monday’s race and was attended to by med- series, shot 7 for 16 from the field and 7 for 8 at the line before points in the first.
ical staff on pit road after he finished 21st. Hamlin was treated and checking out with 7:22 to play and Toronto up 103-73. Ibaka needed three stitches to close a cut on his forehead after
released from the NASCAR medical care center. Debris struck Kyle Lowry scored 19 points, while Danny Green shot 5 for 7 he was inadvertently elbowed by Leonard in the opening quarter.
Hamlin’s No. 11 Toyota during the race that knocked out the right from 3-point range and finished with 17 points. Marc Gasol Ibaka returned to start the second and, despite a visible bump on
rear crush panel and allowed fumes into the car. scored 11 points and Serge Ibaka had 10. his head, soon scored his first points by blowing past Embiid for
“That kind of hampered the very end of the race for us but it cer- a dunk.
tainly wasn’t the deciding factor if we raced good or bad,” Hamlin
said Tuesday.
He said he felt fine on Tuesday and was ready to race this week-
end at Kansas Speedway.
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Continued from page 11
drive at third base and threw across the diamond
to first baseman Alex Bunton to double up the
the fence in left field. Chong had a leadoff triple
in the fifth, her second hit of the game, and
scored on Hayley Ahlvin’s single to right. It
By that time, Hillsdale (8-5 PAL Bay, 13-7 was 6-1 an inning later when Sophia Eftekhari
overall) enjoyed a 4-1 lead. After going quietly walked, stole second and scored on a Santos
“You gotta move on,” Santos said. single.
in the first inning, the Knights scored runs
Nagamine certainly did as the freshman held “We played loose and executed extremely
over the next five innings. They took a 1-0 lead
Woodside in check for most of the game. The well,” McDonald said.
in the bottom of the second when Bunton hit a
Wildcats scored an unearned run in the fourth
RBI groundout to second, with Kealani Cardona Woodside made it interesting at the end, scor-
and added two more in the seventh, but
scoring on the play. Cardona had singled and ing twice on three hits. With one out, Barstad
Nagamine stayed poised and closed out the
took second on an error. had her second single of the game. Nagamine
Bunton, a freshman, would got on to finish 2 got a strikeout for the second out, but Anissya
She allowed three runs while scattering five
for 3 at the plate, adding a double in the fifth. Avendano reached on an infield hit. Emma
hits with five strikeouts and one walk.
Hillsdale added two more runs in the second. Kinder followed with a RBI single to left and a
“It doesn’t surprise me,” said Hillsdale head
Junior Sophia Eftekhari led off the inning with pair of Hillsdale errors enabled Avendano to
coach Kelly McDonald. “[Nagamine] was out-
a single to right, stole second and went to third score as well.
standing. She handled it brilliantly.”
Nagamine took a no-hitter into the fourth on a wild pitch. Santos drove her in with a But Nagamine got a routine groundout to sec-
inning before a single to left by Woodside’s groundout to second, followed by senior ond to end the game.
Megan Barstad broke it up. Barstad’s hit also Addison Eftekhari’s single right. She then mir- “[Nagamine] did great,” Santos said. “She’s
drove in the Wildcats’ first run of the game as it rored her younger sister — Addison Eftekhari been pitching a lot the last couple of weeks. …
plated Gianna Voltattorni, who was on second stole second, moved to third on a wild pitch and She’s been doing her job.”
following a two-base error. then scored on wild pitch for a 3-0 Hillsdale Now, Hillsdale’s focus turns to cross-town
The Hillsdale defense atoned for a couple mis- lead. rival San Mateo, who they’ll host Thursday.
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL takes in the field by making a couple of defen- Woodside (5-8, 6-15) finally broke through The two teams battled into extra innings with
Hillsdale freshman pitcher Sydney Nagamine sive gems. In the fifth inning, Santos dove in the top of the fourth, but the Knights came the Knights pulling out a 1-0 win in nine.
threw a complete game, allowing three runs headlong to make a catch on a popup just in right back in the bottom of the frame to get the “What a great way to end the (regular) sea-
(two earned) while scattering five hits. front of the plate. Then later in the inning, with run back. Bella Carreon reach on a fielder’s son,” Santos said.

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and drove it over the left field wall
for a three-run homer. Crawford
singled ahead of Pillar’s home

Roster shakeup
run, and the Giants took a 6-1
gratifying that I was able to get it In addition to selecting
somewhat back together. I’m feel- Williamson also made a running Williamson’s contract from Triple
ing good.” catch at the wall of a line drive off A Sacramento, the Giants also
the bat of Nolan Arenado in the
After clearing waivers, purchased the contract of INF
Colorado eighth and starting a
Williamson accepted the Giants’ Donovan Solano and recalled LHP
relay that shortstop Crawford fin-
assignment to Sacramento, where Williams Jerez from the River
ished with a throw to the plate
he quickly regained the team’s Cats. Following Monday night’s
that got Tapia trying for home.
attention by turning his fortunes loss at Cincinnati, the Giants
around, batting .378 with nine Williamson added an RBI single optioned OF Mike Gerber and
homers, including three on in the fifth. switch-pitcher Pat Venditte to
Monday night. One of them trav- Senzatela (2-2) allowed seven Sacramento. Earlier Tuesday, vet-
eled 511 feet. runs on eight hits in 4 2/3 eran OF was outrighted to
He hit a 371-foot drive that was innings. It was Senzatela’s first Sacramento but opted to become a
no less impressive in the Giants’ loss to the Giants as a starter. In free agent. INF Yangervis Solarte ISAIAH J. DOWNING/USA TODAY SPORTS
five-run fourth. He got hold of a 1- six previous starts against the was designated for assignment. Mac Williamson launches a three-run home run Tuesday at Coors Field.

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no-hitter in the history of the fran-

Continued from page 11
chise dating back to the days of
the Philadelphia A’s. The last A’s
pitcher to record a no-hitter was
San Jose 4, Vegas 3
East Division
W L Pct GB
East Division
W L Pct GB
Sean Manaea on April 21, 2018 Wednesday, April 10: San Jose 5, Vegas 2 Tampa Bay 23 12 .657 — Philadelphia 20 15 .571 —
against the Boston Red Sox. Friday, April 12: Vegas 5, San Jose 3 New York 21 14 .600 2 Atlanta 18 18 .500 2 1/2
were about to collapse. But, yeah, Both A’s (16-21) runs were pro- Sunday, April 14: Vegas 6, San Jose 3 Boston 18 19 .486 6 New York 17 19 .472 3 1/2
as soon as the last out was made, I duced by second baseman Tuesday, April 16: Vegas 5, San Jose 0 Toronto 15 21 .417 8 1/2 Washington 14 21 .400 6
was out of breath for like 20 min- Jurickson Profar. He doubled off Thursday, April 18: San Jose 5, Vegas 2
Baltimore 13 23 .361 10 1/2 Miami 10 25 .286 10
utes. It was a rush. It was awe- Reds starter Tyler Mahle to score Sunday, April 21: San Jose 2, Vegas 1, 2OT Central Division Central Division
some.” Stephen Piscotty in the second W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
Tuesday, April 23: San Jose 5, Vegas 4, OT
It was the sixth strikeout of the inning. In the seventh, he hit a Minnesota 22 12 .647 — Chicago 20 13 .606 —
game for Fiers, who improves his solo home run off reliever Robert Cleveland 18 16 .529 4 St. Louis 21 15 .583 1/2
San Jose 3, Colorado 3 Chicago 16 18 .471 6 Milwaukee 22 16 .579 1/2
record to 3-3. Stephenson, an East Bay native Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2 Detroit 15 17 .469 6 Pittsburgh 17 15 .531 2 1/2
Fiers threw his first no-hitter for out of Alhambra High School- Kansas City 13 24 .351 10 1/2 Cincinnati 15 21 .417 6 1/2
Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, San Jose 3
the Houston Astros against the Martinez. Tuesday, April 30: San Jose 4, Colorado 2
Los Angeles Dodgers Aug. 21, The play of the game — perhaps West Division West Division
Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0
2015. The losing pitcher that of the season — came courtesy of W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
night was Fiers’ current rotation Saturday, May 4: San Jose 2, Colorado 1 Houston 21 15 .583 — Los Angeles 24 14 .632 —
center fielder Ramon Laureano in Seattle 19 19 .500 3 Arizona 20 16 .556 3
mate with the A’s, Brett Anderson. Monday, May 6: Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OT
the sixth inning in robbing Reds Texas 16 17 .485 3 1/2 San Diego 20 17 .541 3 1/2
Fiers was asked in the postgame Wednesday, May 8: Colorado at San Jose, 6 p.m.
first baseman Joey Votto of a Angels 16 19 .457 4 1/2 Colorado 16 20 .444 7
news conference if having experi- home run. A’s 16 21 .432 5 1/2 Giants 16 20 .444 7
enced a previous no-hitter was Votto launched one of his signa- WARRIORS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE Tuesday’s Games Tuesday’s Games
helpful. ture middle-away drives to the left
Warriors 4, L.A. Clippers 2 ChicagoWhite Sox 2,Cleveland 0 Pittsburgh 5, Texas 4
“It made it so much easier,” Fiers side of center field, where N.Y.Yankees 5,Seattle 4 Tampa Bay 6, Arizona 3
Saturday, April 13: Warriors 121, L.A. Clippers 104
said. “I’m out there — just staying Laureano timed a leap perfectly at Boston 8,Baltimore 5 Milwaukee 6, Washington 0
within myself. And that’s pretty Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Warriors 131
the shorter portion of the wall. Pittsburgh 5,Texas 4 Philadelphia 11, St. Louis 1
much the pitcher I am just going The former Astros farmhand — Thursday, April 18: Warriors 132, Clippers 105 Minnesota 3,Toronto 0 Chicago Cubs 5, Miami 2
Sunday, April 21: Warriors 113, Clippers 105 San Francisco 14, Colorado 4
out there and throwing a bunch of who was playing for Houston Angels 5,Detroit 2
Oakland 2, Cincinnati 0
strikes, trusting my guys behind Low-A Quad Cities in 2015 when x-Wednesday, April 24: Clippers 129, Warriors 121 Tampa Bay 6,Arizona 3
Kansas City 12,Houston 2 L.A. Dodgers 9, Atlanta 0
me and being the aggressor. I Fiers threw his first no-no for the x-Friday, April 26: Warriors 129, Clippers 110
Oakland 2,Cincinnati 0 N.Y. Mets 7, San Diego 6
think that’s the big tale of my Astros — caught fantastic air to Wednesday’s Games
Wednesday’s Games
career. When I’m aggressive, I’m a make a backhanded catch over the Warriors 2, Houston 0 Texas (Miller 1-2) at Pitt (Kingham 1-0), 9:35 a.m.
Texas (Miller 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Kingham 1-0),9:35 a.m.
Arizona (Ray 2-1) at Tampa (Morton 3-0), 10:10 a.m.
much better pitcher.” wall with full extension. Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100 Arizona (Ray 2-1) atTampa Bay (Morton 3-0),10:10 a.m.
Washington (Hellickson 2-0) at Milwaukee (Woodruff
Fiers is one of six active pitch- “Ramon’s catch, he’s done that Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109 White Sox (Lopez 2-4) at Cleveland (Bieber 2-1),3:10 p.m. 4-1), 10:10 a.m.
ers to have two no-hitters to his once or twice, so that’s normal for Saturday, May 4: Houston 126, Warriors 121, OT Seattle (Kikuchi 1-1) at N.Y.Yankees (Loaisiga 1-0),3:35 p.m. Philly (Eickhoff 1-1) at St.Louis (Flaherty 3-2),10:15 a.m.
Boston (Sale 1-5) at Baltimore (Cashner 4-1),4:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Font 1-0) at S.D. (Strahm 1-2), 12:40 p.m.
credit, joining a list that includes him,” Fiers said. Monday, May 6: Houston 112, Warriors 108
Minnesota(Gibson2-1)atToronto(Thornton0-3),4:07p.m. Miami (Urena 1-5) at Cubs (Hendricks 2-4), 5:05 p.m.
Jake Arrieta, Homer Bailey, Cole The start of the game was x-Wednesday, May 8: Houston at Warriors, 7:30 p.m. LAngels (Skaggs 3-2) at Detroit (Boyd 3-2),4:10 p.m. Giants (Holland 1-4) at Colorado (Gray 3-3), 5:40 p.m.
Hamels, Max Scherzer and Justin delayed for 1 hour and 38 minutes x-Friday, May 10: Golden State at Houston, TBD KansasCity(Lopez0-3)atHouston(Peacock2-2),5:10p.m. Cincinnati (Gray 0-4) at A’s (Anderson 4-2), 7:07 p.m.
Verlander. It was first no-hitter of due to a power outage at Oakland x-Sunday, May 12: Houston at Golden State, TBD Cincinnati (Gray 0-4) at Oakland (Anderson 4-2),7:07 p.m. Atlanta(Foltynewicz0-1)atDodgers(Kershaw1-0),7:10p.m.
2019 and 300th no-hitter recorded Coliseum. First pitch was thrown
in major league history. at 8:45 p.m. WHAT’S ON TAP
It is the eighth no-hitter in “I’m just glad they got those
Oakland A’s history, and the 13th lights working,” Fiers said. WEDNESDAY Softball FRIDAY
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Prep at Hillsdale, 4 p.m. Sacred Heart Prep, 4 p.m.
Softball Half Moon Bay at Sequoia, Menlo-Atherton at SATURDAY
Mills at South City, Jefferson at Sequoia,Terra Nova Woodside, Mills at Aragon, El Camino at San Mateo, Baseball
at Menlo-Atherton, 4 p.m. Westmoor at Jefferson, South City vs Crystal Springs PAL CCS play-in game-winner
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Bears acquire kicker Chicago that ended with a double-doink The team waived tight end Marcus Lucas
NFL briefs miss in the closing seconds of a playoff on Tuesday to make room on the roster.
Eddy Pineiro from Raiders least five regular-season games this upcom- loss to Philadelphia at Soldier Field. The Johnson was originally drafted by
LAKE FOREST, Ill. — The Chicago Bears ing season. Bears have three kickers on the roster. They Pittsburgh in the fifth round in 2014. He has
have acquired Eddy Pineiro from Oakland, have not appeared in a regular-season game. played in 51 games with 24 starts in five
Pineiro set a school record for accuracy in
adding another kicker to the mix to replace two seasons kicking at Florida by making seasons with the Steelers, Jets and
Cody Parkey. 38 of 43 field goals. Signed by the Raiders
49ers sign OL Johnson Dolphins. Johnson played 10 games last
The Bears sent a conditional seventh- as an undrafted free agent last May, he was to a one-year deal season for Miami.
round pick in 2021 to the Raiders in the deal placed on injured reserve because of a groin SANTA CLARA — The San Francisco Lucas originally joined the 49ers after
announced Tuesday. Oakland gets the pick if injury prior to the season. 49ers have signed offensive lineman being signed to the practice squad last
Pineiro is on Chicago’s active roster for at Parkey was let go after one rough year in Wesley Johnson to a one-year deal. December.

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That was just the start of Moreno’s one-

man show, though. After a walk to Owen
Crevelt, he and Moreno scored two critical
insurance runs on King’s double up the left-
center gap.
Then, on the mound, Moreno was in the
midst of setting down nine in a row. That
includes the final out in the bottom of the
sixth when the left-hander pitcher executed
an unassisted putout at first base.
Pitchers sometimes are able to achieve
this when fielding a ball hit toward the right
side of the diamond. This play, however,
was a straight comebacker to the mound, a
sharp one hopper, that Moreno gloved, TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
began to jog over to first base looking to Left: Woodside’s Owen Crevelt scores from first base on a Joseph King double in the sixth inning of the Wildcats’ 7-5 win over
toss to first baseman Brody Crowley, but Menlo-Atherton. Right: M-A junior pitcher Jake Albro went 5 1/3 innings, striking out six in a losing effort.
then realized he could sprint over and beat feet from home plate. After a sacrifice bunt After Quinlan’s one-out double, JT with two outs.
the M-A base runner to first. by Crevelt, King —  who went 3 for 4 and Hunsacker singled to left, Jake Wang Barnes, representing the winning run,
“I realized he was way behind me and I was a home run short of the cycle — tripled smacked an RBI single to center, Kyle then smoked a long drive to center field.
could just take it myself,” Moreno said. home Moreno. Junior third baseman Hartmanis shot a two-run double to left, But, sailing into the deepest part of the
“So, I just took it myself.” Anthony Acevedo followed with an RBI Tyler Nelson reached on a smash infield sin- yard, it found the glove of center fielder
Moreno pitched with a similar intensity groundout. gle, and Rowen Barnes capped it off with an Dylan Barnwell for the game’s final out.
throughout, consistently turning up the Albro settled in though, working 5 1/3 RBI single to left. “I thought I put a good swing on it,”
tempo to work quick, something Woodside innings to take the loss. Starting with the Rogers, though, opted to stay with Barnes said. “I thought it was going to get
manager Daniel Rogers says is typical of Acevedo groundout, he set down 10 of 11 Moreno, who set down 12 of the next 13 over his head. I thought it was a well-hit
the southpaw’s outings. batters before working out of jams in the batters he faced. ball off the bat.”
“He’s got as much enthusiasm as anybody fourth and fifth. “What I’ve seen from him in the last two So, it all comes down to Thursday’s finale,
else we’ve seen,” Rogers said. “That gets And M-A’s offense came alive in the third years, I’m not going to pull him in that sit- with the winner advancing to Saturday’s
our guys going, that gets him going; that’s inning, stringing together six straight hits uation,” Rogers said. “We had guys ready play-in game. The PAL is allotted eight
what we need.” to swing in front 4-2. just in case. He’s the guy I wanted out there total Central Coast Section playoff berths.
Moreno locked up with M-A’s third-year “I think it’s when our coach pulled us over right then.” The top five finishers in the PAL Bay
varsity starting pitcher Jake Albro. and said, ‘Let’s go guys. It’s time to mash,’” Moreno had to battle through a tenuous Division, and the top two finishers in the
Woodside jumped on the junior left-han- Barnes said. “John Quinlan had the double seventh, though. Hunsaker doubled with PAL Ocean advance automatically. The
der in the first to take a 2-0 lead. Moreno led to start it off, I think that was really key. one out, then scored on a single by Wang. eighth spot is decided by the play-in game
off the game with a ground-rule double that Because then everyone rallied behind him With two outs, Nelson singled down the between the third-place team in the Ocean
one-hopped over the center-field fence 380 and it gained momentum for us.” right-field line to put runners at the corners and the champion of the PAL Lake.
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county,” said MidPen’s president and CEO took perseverance, creativity and a lot of children and includes an outdoor play-

Continued from page 1
Matt Franklin, adding that one of five sen-
iors in California currently lives in pover-
people — it took a village to get us to
where we are today,” he said. “Redwood
City has a long tradition of using public
“I love the fact that we’re going to have
“The site is unrivaled as far as its access land to build affordable housing and seniors in this program and little children
to health care, to important neighborhood MidPen has an excellent tradition of build- because together they’re going to make a
be reserved for formerly homeless veterans amenities to transportation,” he continued. ing high-quality affordable units, particu- magical situation,” said Executive Director
and seniors with special needs. It also has a “When you take a valuable piece of land larly for our seniors, which are much need- Karen Haas-Foletta. “We’re gong to try to
creekside trail open to the public and the like this right in the middle of the down- ed. … This is a long-held dream of the City see what seniors — we won’t force them —
child care component spans 8,000 square town precise plan, right in the middle of all Council and Arroyo Green is going to be are interested in helping out working with
feet. Residents are expected to move into the great things happening here in down- the fulfillment of that dream.” children in a meaningful way and they’re
the seven-story building by spring 2021. town and you put out a call to create high- Arroyo Green’s on-site amenities include going to come down to our program and
The units include a mix of studios, one- quality homes for low-income seniors and an open-air rooftop courtyard with commu- hopefully we’re going to go up to their pro-
bedroom and two-bedroom units to be rent- child care spots for the neighborhood, it’s nity gardening planters, barbecue and seat- grams and make it one big community.”
ed between $700 and $1,500 a month. a the best expression of your values as a ing, and indoors there will be a community
“What the city and county know is the city and it speaks volumes.” room, computer lab, game room, library Seven funding sources, including
tremendous need for this type of housing Mayor Ian Bain said the development has and fitness room. Redwood City, San Mateo County and
and [seniors] are our biggest growing been in the works for 15 years. Run by nonprofit Footsteps, the ground- Union Bank, made the development a reali-
demographic statewide and here in the “It took vision, it took leadership, it level child care space can accommodate 70 ty.

but he preferred the former primarily in the same district. citizens’ commission and the city had to

Continued from page 1
because it preserved the most neighborhood
“We’ve invested quite a bit in those
“I’m reminded that Bair Island has a very
large Asian population. It has the largest
Asian population of any of the proposed
meet strict deadlines.
In March, the council voted on first read-
ing for a map that included just one district
neighborhood associations,” he said. districts except Redwood Shores. with a majority of voting age Latinos. After
Borgens agreed and Howard celebrated Combining Bair Island with Redwood pushback from that community, among oth-
again for Redwood City Council in 2022. 13h for preserving neighborhood character.
Before 13h was approved, a motion was Shores empowers the Asian community and ers, the city’s demographer announced that
“I do believe 13h better preserves the separating it promotes isolation in my it made an error and was in fact able to create
made for a map called 21f that didn’t pass character of our neighborhoods and that’s
because it was opposed by Mayor Ian Bain, opinion,” she said. maps with two Latino majority districts in
something that’s important to me,” she One map, 13l, included only one district terms of voting age.
Vice Mayor Diane Howard and said.
Councilwomen Diana Reddy and Janet with a majority of voting age Latinos and The council decided to switch to district
Masur and Hale preferred 21f in part all councilmembers nixed it for that reason.
Borgens. Two other maps called 13l and 13g because it was more popular among resi- elections after receiving a letter from
were also rejected. dents, both said, while Reddy endorsed Councilmembers reminded residents that Malibu attorney Kevin Shenkman saying
Bain said 13h and 21f almost equally 1 3 g , mai n t ai n i n g h er p o s i t i o n t h at maps will be redrawn in 2021 based on the city’s at-large system whereby all vot-
appealed to him and noted their similarity, Redwood Shores and Bair Island belong 2020 census data and nearly all of them ers can vote for councilmembers is at odds
expressed support for establishing an inde- with the California Voting Rights Act.
pendent citizens redistricting commission Shenkman threatened litigation if the city
to handle the process then. Bain said the did not voluntary make the switch and it’s
only reason the creation of district bound- generally agreed that if the city took
aries was council-led this time around was Shenkman to court, it would lose the costly
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work. their solution is to cut legal immigra-
Calendar OVERHAUL While Trump had previously rejected
an earlier version of Kushner’s pro-
posal, asking him to incorporate
tion it’s a nonstarter for us.” He added,
“We’ll see.”
Continued from page 1 And former Vice President Joe
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Presentation: How to B uild a some of the work the Housing The White House is now seeking than that,” Biden said as he kicked off
Personal Brand in Just 15 Minutes Leadership Council has been up to Still, the road to passage remains feedback and pressing for support
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Caltrain Station, 290 California Drive, Cameron McNar y. 8 p.m. The ber of immigrants would be permitted Tom Cotton of Arkansas said he There has also been skepticism
Burlingame. Free refreshments and Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, to enter the country, but their compo- “heard large areas of agreement from about Kushner’s involvement, given
give-away items. For more informa- Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37. For he has no previous background on the
tion call (864) 438-0000. more information call 493-2006. sition would change. everyone in the room.” He said he still
The White House is also working needs to see details, but things are complex and controversial subject.
The 21st Annual Updates on SATURDAY, MAY 11
with Sen. Lindsey Graham of South “moving in the right direction.” But Kushner has spent months meet-
Dementia Conference. 8 a.m. to 5K Run/Walk for Student Health
4:30 p.m. South San Francisco and Mental Wellness. 7 a.m. to Carolina on additional legislation Kevin Cramer of North Dakota ing with various Republican groups,
Conference Center, 255 S. Airport 11:30 a.m. Coyote Point Park 1701 that would address the nation’s asylum called it a “good starting point” that hoping to put together a proposal that
Blvd., South San Francisco. Coyote Point Drive San Mateo. To can unite party members, following
Researchers and clinicians present volunteer, visit system, in an effort to stem the flow could be appealing to Democrats in
the latest research in the biological, cityofsanmateo.org/volunteer and of migrants across the border, accord- the right situation. the playbook he used to help pass
social, psychological and cultural choose PAL 5K Run/Walk for Student
ing to a senior administration offi- “I think the environment right now bipartisan criminal justice reform leg-
aspects of aging and dementia with Health & Wellness May 11, 2019. To
particular emphasis on practical register for the run/walk, go to san- cial, who spoke on condition of with the booming economy, work- islation last year.
applications. Cost $100. For more mateopal.org. For more information A previous attempt by Trump to
information call (408) 372-9951. call 522-7277. anonymity to outline the plan. force demands, a crisis at the border
It’s just the latest effort by the that’s no longer deemed manufactured reach a comprehensive immigration
Farmers’ Market at Bay Meadows. Mother’s Day Mommy and Me Trump White House to push Congress presents an opportunity for discus- deal with Congress collapsed last
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bay Meadows, Magical Unicorn Break fast. 8:30
3060 S. Delaware St., San Mateo. a.m. to 10 a.m. Hillsdale Shopping to overhaul immigration laws that he sion,” he said. year, and there is deep doubt in
Free. For more information call 627- Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. has long complained compromise But Democrats were skeptical of a Washington that there is any appetite
0000. Breakfast, activities and photos. Cost on Capitol Hill for a wide-ranging
is $14.99 per person. Registration national security and depress Republican-only effort that fails to
Downsizing, Estate Planning and required. For more information call American workers’ wages by allowing incorporate Democratic priorities on agreement.
Managing Finances. 11 a.m. to 1 571-1029. too many immigrants to compete for immigration, including protecting Trump put immigration at the center
p.m. Atria at Foster City Square, 707
Thayer lane, Foster City. Free. The Second Saturday Divorce jobs. But Trump has also said the young immigrants who were brought of his presidential campaign, includ-
presentation will discuss multiple Work shop. 9 a.m. to noon. San country needs more workers thanks to to the country as children and are now ing a promise to build a wall along the
aspects of estate planning. For more Carlos Community Center, 1001
information call 389-9098. Chestnut St., San Carlos. Educational economic gains and has said that edu- living in the U.S. illegally. U.S-Mexico border. He is expected to
workshop for women who find cated, skilled workers — especially Rep. Pete Aguilar of California said continue to hammer the issue in his re-
Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to themselves navigating the confus-
noon. Foster City Recreation Center, ing divorce process. For more infor- those who graduate from American he appreciated “our Republican sena- election campaign as he tries to ener-
650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. mation call 434-2177. colleges — should be able to stay and tors weighing in on this issue, but if gize his base of supporters.
Presentation on reverse mortgages.
Free. For more information call 286- Family Fun Ride and Bike Rodeo.
10 a.m. to noon. College Park opinion on the district’s performance should be done reaching out to the

Elementary School, 715 Indian Ave.,
MPMC Lifeline Per sonal Help San Mateo. Learn how to ride safely and its financial management. community to improve opinions on
Button. 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. San with YBikes, join San Mateo Police To that end, about 32% of those sur- the district.
Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda Department for a ride around the
neighborhood, face painting and a veyed maintained very or somewhat “You just have to be communicative
de las Pulgas, San Mateo. MPMC’s Continued from page 3
‘Lifeline’ is a personal help button balloon artist. Free. For more infor- favorable opinion on whether the dis- and transparent,” he said. “Because
that helps seniors live independent- mation call 522-7300.
trict is providing a quality education, the reality is, you are never going to
ly. Registration is required. For more to no longer support the district if
information call 522-7490. San Bruno AARP Chapter 2895 while about 37% had a somewhat or have 100% support.”
Monthly Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. their favorite campus was shuttered, very unfavorable opinion while the Should the district improve its con-
Nests: Patterns from Nature, a lec- San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 McBride said he believes the prevail-
ture by W. Gary Smith. 3:30 p.m. to Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. For rest were not sure. Similarly, about nection with voters during the poten-
4:30 p.m. Filoli, Cañada Road, more information call 583-4499. ing sentiment favors the hard choices 27% had a somewhat or very favor- tial tax campaign, McBride expressed
Redwood City. Inspired by both pat- made. able opinion on whether the district confidence the community would get a
terns in nature, nesting animals and Friends of the Library Spring Book
using materials from the Filoli Estate, Sale. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. South San “After making the cuts, the commu- effectively managed its funds, while better understanding of the quality
Gary takes us through a journey of Francisco Main Library, 840 W. nity is much more aware of the issues about 33% had somewhat or very education offered to local students.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
Nests: Patterns from Nature. Free for
For more information call 829-3860. in the Redwood City School District unfavorable opinions on the matter “There’s a lot of really amazing
Filoli members, $5 for non-members.
For more information call 364-8300. and is concerned,” he said. and the rest were uninformed. things going on with dedicated teach-
Bargain Book and Media Sale. 10 Poll results suggest otherwise
Free Work shop: Sur viving the a.m. to 3 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 McBride though said his position ers and staff,” he said. “And it is on us
Retirement Per fect Stor m. 6:30 Library Ave., Millbrae. All books 25 though, as feedback from voters indi- on whether to pursue the measure to make sure we are getting that out
p.m. to 8 p.m. Foster City Library cents to 50cents. Free. For more cated a majority of potential voters would not waver in the face of the and people know the good things
Community Room, 1000 Hillsdale information call 697-7607.
Blvd., Foster City. Presented in collab-
either have a negative or uninformed feedback, suggesting more work going on.”
oration with Foster City Library, Stark Raving Dad Book Signing
Financial Aptitude Training, Event. 11 a.m. to noon. Nuts For
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Specialist. Duties include sales and customers service of event sponsorships, Candidates must have the following
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SaLeS - Telemarketing and Inside Sales oRDeR to SHoW CaUSe foR oRDeR to SHoW CaUSe foR
Representative needed to sell newspa- CHaNGe of Name CHaNGe of Name
per print and web advertising and event CASE# 19C1V02260 CASE# 19C1V02332
marketing solutions. To apply, please call SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
650-344-5200 and send resume to
info@smdailyjournal.com COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
SaLeS/maRKetING PETITION OF Beth Ann Stanley
INteRNSHIPS Zaven Kevork Khatchadourian
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
for ambitious interns who are eager to Petitioners: Beth Ann Stanley filed a peti-
jump into the business arena with both TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: tion with this court for a decree changing
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs Petitioners: Zaven Kevork Khatchadouri- names as follows:
of the newspaper and media industries. an filed a petition with this court for a de- Present name:
This position will provide valuable cree changing names as follows: Beth Ann Stanley
experience for your bright future. Present name: Proposed Name:
Email resume Beth Ann Jaeger-Stanley
Zaven Kevork Khatchadourian
Proposed Name: THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
Zaven Kevork Khachadourian interested in this matter shall appear be-
203 Public Notices fore this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
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THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be- tition for change of name should not be
fICtItIoUS BUSINeSS Name granted. Any person objecting to the
StatemeNt #280954 fore this court at the hearing indicated name changes described above must file
The following person is doing business below to show cause, if any, why the pe- a written objection that includes the rea-
as: Access Cabling, 951 Mariners island tition for change of name should not be sons for the objection at least two court
Blvd Suite 300, SAN MATEO, CA 94404.
Registered Owner: Fireside Security granted. Any person objecting to the days before the matter is scheduled to
name changes described above must file be heard and must appear at the hearing
Group Inc., CA. The business is conduct- to show cause why the petition should
ed by a Corporation. The registrants a written objection that includes the rea- not be granted. If no written objection is
commenced to transact business under sons for the objection at least two court timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
their FBN on 1/3/14. days before the matter is scheduled to tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
/s/Guido Rodriguez/ be heard and must appear at the hearing petition shall be held on 6/13/19 at 9
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 4/10/2019. (Publish- to show cause why the petition should a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
not be granted. If no written objection is Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Order to Show Cause shall be published
4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19). timely filed, the court may grant the peti- at least once each week for four succes-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
petition shall be held on 6/12/19 at 9 ing on the petition in the following news-
StatemeNt of aBaNDoNmeNt of a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, paper of general circulation:
tHe USe of a fICtItIoUS BUSINeSS
Name StatemeNt 260838 Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this San Mateo Daily Journal
Order to Show Cause shall be published Filed: 5/1/2019
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
doning the use of the Fictitious Business at least once each week for four succes- /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
Judge of the Superior Court
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
Name: Richard E. Ato. Name of Busi- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Dated: 4/30/2019
ness: Linda Mar Florist. Date of original ing on the petition in the following news- StatemeNt of aBaNDoNmeNt of
(Published 5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19, tHe USe of a fICtItIoUS BUSINeSS
filing: May 16th, 2014. Address of Princi- paper of general circulation: 5/29/19). NotICe of PUBLIC HeaRING
pal Place of Business: 1353 Linda Mar Name StatemeNt 260400
Shopping Center, PACIFICA, CA 94044. San Mateo Daily Journal Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- ReGaRDING WaIVeR ReQUeSt
Registrants: Richard E. Ato, 2000 Trous- Filed: 5/1/2019 doning the use of the Fictitious Business
dale Dr. #107, BURLINGAME, CA /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ Name: Richard E. Ato. Name of Busi-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held
94010. The business was conducted by Judge of the Superior Court ness: Linda Mar Florist. Date of original
an Individual. Dated: 4/25/2019 oRDeR to SHoW CaUSe foR filing: April 15, 2014. Address of Principal on May 9, 2019, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the San Mateo
/s/Richard E. Ato/ CHaNGe of Name Place of Business: 1353 Linda Mar
This statement was filed with the Asses-
(Published 5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19, CASE# 19C1V02333 Shopping Center, PACIFICA, CA 94044.
Adult School, 789 East Poplar, San Mateo, CA 94401.
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo 5/29/19). SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Registrants: Richard E. Ato, 2000 Trous-
County on 4/11/19. COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
dale Dr. #107, BURLINGAME, CA
94010. The business was conducted by
The hearing will be held to gather public comment before the
nal, 4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19). REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 an Individual. Board of Trustees of the San Mateo Union High School District
Stephanie Carol Jaeger
/s/Richard E. Ato/ considers submitting a waiver request to the State Board of
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Education, relating to Education Code sections 17455, 17466,
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: County on 4/11/19. 17469, 17472, 17473, 17474, and 17475. The waiver request
Petitioners: Stephanie Carol Jaeger filed (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
will ask that the District be allowed to waive certain surplus

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changing names as follows: property procedures related to a potential sale or lease of sur-
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Proposed Name: fICtItIoUS BUSINeSS NAME
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The following person is doing business proposal process rather than a public bid process. The public
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons as: 1.) Portugal Macau China Interna-
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timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
This statement was filed with the Asses-
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review at the Manager's Office, San Mateo County Airports
This statement was filed with the Asses- Division, San Carlos Airport, 620 Airport Drive, Suite 10, San
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Carlos, CA, 94070-2714.
County on 4/26/19.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
nal, 5/1/19, 5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19).


NotICe IS HeReBY GIVeN that sealed proposals will be received in the Administration Offices
of the San Mateo County Harbor District (District) either by U.S. Postal Service addressed to its
mailing address, P.O. Box 1449, El Granada, CA 94018; or by courier or personal delivery to the
San Mateo County Harbor District, 504 Ave Alhambra, Ste. 200, El Granada, CA, by June 6th,
2019 at 2:00 Pm, Pacific time, for the following:

ReQUeSt foR PRoPoSaLS (RfP)


The San Mateo County Harbor District (“District”) is requesting proposals from qualified firms or
individuals for pump-out services at Pillar Point Harbor and Oyster Point Marina.

The District hereby notifies all Proposers that it is the policy of the District to ensure nondiscrimi-
nation on the basis of race, color, national origin or sex in the award and administration of con-

Requests for modifications or clarifications of any requirement must be submitted in writing by

email to: jmoren@smharbor.com, or by U.S. Mail to U.S. Postal Service address above. All such
requests must be received in District's office by: may 28, 2019, at 5:00 Pm, Pacific time.

Proposals will be examined by District Staff and reported to the San Mateo County Harbor District
Board of Harbor Commissioners within one hundred twenty (120) calendar days after the propos-
als have been opened. The District reserves the right to reject any and all proposals; or to waive
any irregularities or informalities in any proposal or in the proposal procedure; or to postpone the
proposal opening for good cause. No Proposer may withdraw its proposal for a period of one hun-
dred twenty (120) calendar days after the date of opening of the proposals. Each Proposer will be
notified of award of contract, if an award is made.

The RFP Documents are available for download on the District's website. To download the docu-
ments, go to the District's website home page at http://www.smharbor.com, click on BIDS/RFPS,
scroll to RFP #2019-04 Pump-Out Services.

Downloading RFP documents from the District's website does not imply your firm is a potential
proposer nor will your name automatically appear on the District's "List of Potential Proposers."
The District requests that those who download the documents, complete and submit the online
Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the Proposer to check the District's website for any
addenda that may be issued relative to this RfP.
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 299 Computers 304 Furniture 311 musical instruments
sUmmONs FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name reCOrdaBLe Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- sOLid WOOd Entertainment Center- 1929 aNtiqUe Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
(CITACION JUDICIAL) statemeNt #280951 statemeNt #281160 ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): The following person is doing business The following person is doing business (650) 578 9208 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. (650)742-6776.
18CLJ05026 as: Jiestone One Services, 1718 Lake as: Cookie Cutters San Mateo, 352 Hill- X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (AVISO AL St, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered sdale Mall, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. (925)482-5742
CHrOmatiC HarmONiCa: Horner
DEMANDADO): HANNAH K VIDES AKA Owner: Jonathan Epstein, same ad- Registered Owner: ZM Square Inc., CA. 300 toys The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
HANNAH K GARCIA, dress. The business is conducted by an The business is conducted by a Corpora- taBLe 24"x48" folding legs each end.
YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF Individual. The registrants commenced tion. The registrants commenced to (650)278-5776.
14-1000-PCs PUzzLes $3.00 ea. Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
(LO ESTÁ DEMANDANDO EL DEMAN- to transact business under their FBN on transact business under their FBN on (650)207-4162 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
DANTE): Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 04/01/2019. N/A. ePiPHONe Les Paul Custom Prophecy
NOtiCe! You have been sued. The /s/Jonathan Epstein/ /s/Naila Razvi/ ameriCaN FLYer locomotive runs tHOmasviLLe diNiNg table, $50 4 Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
court may decide against you without This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 chairs, mid-century blonde with two (650)421-5469.
your being heard unless you respond sor-County Clerk on 4/9/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- leaves call (650)697-3709.
within 30 days. Read the information be- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, JUmP aNd Play Keyboard brand new, in everett UPrigHt antique piano.
low. 4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19). 5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19, 5/29/19). original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. tWiN Bed, mattress, box spring, frame Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after $ 50. (650)598-9804.
this summons and legal papers are star Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader HUge LUdWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle
served on you to file a written response FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 tWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
at this court and have a copy served on statemeNt #280896 statemeNt #281140 drawers and pull-down desk call Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not The following person is doing business The following person is doing business 302 antiques (650)697-3709 (916)975-4969
protect you. Your written response must as: 120 Alma Street Apartments, 120 Al- as: Olivet Funeral and Cremation Serv-
be in proper legal form if you want the ma Street, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. ices, 1651 Hillside Blvd., COLMA, CA Used BedrOOm Furniture, FREE. Call PiaNO-aNdreW KOHLer, Mahogany,
Beer steiNs-OrigiNaL from Germa- (650)573-7381.
court to hear your case. There may be a Registered Owners: Richard Tod Spiek- 94014. Registered Owner: Stonemor ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
court form that you can use for your re- er, Trustee and Catherine R. Spieker, California Subsidiary Inc., PA. The busi- (650)592-7483 (415)334-1980
sponse. You can find these court forms ness is conducted by a Corporation. The WaLL UNit/rOOm Divider. Simple
Trustee, 60 Mulberry Lane, Atherton, CA lines. Breaks down for transportation.
and more information at the California 94027. The business is conducted by a registrants commenced to transact busi-
Courts Online Self-Help Center ness under their FBN on 3/8/19. $25.(650)712-9962 leave message PLaYer PiaNO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
(www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your Trust. The registrant commenced to /s/Theresa Souza-Stump/ maHOgaNY aNtiqUe Secretary desk,
transact business under the FBN on 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
county law library, or the courthouse This statement was filed with the Asses- WaLNUt CHest, small (4 drawer with www.elo.deals
nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing 3/19/19. sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2019. (Publish- elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver /s/Richard Tod Spieker/ ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sPiNet PiaNO + Bench, $50. Call
form. If you do not file your response on This statement was filed with the Asses- rOseviLLe tULiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. WHite WiCKer Armoire, asking $100,
5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19, 5/29/19). great condition, text for picture (650)571- (650)589-1407
time, you may lose the case by default, sor-County Clerk on 4/3/19. (Published in $45. (650)574-2490.
and your wages, money, and property the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/17/19, 0947 viNtage aUtOPiaNO upright player
may be taken without further warning 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19).
295 art 303 electronics WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
from the court. message or email flycsir@hotmail.com
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
There are other legal requirements. You Free teLevisiON - Mitsubishi,
may want to call an attorney right away. FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name OiL PaiNtiNg-CaNvass, Victorian WUrLitzer UPrigHt piano. Fair con-
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
If you do not know an attorney, you may statemeNt #280876 Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
OBO (650)515-6091 Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local 306 Housewares dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
want to call an attorney referral service. If The following person is doing business Delivery available.
you cannot afford an attorney, you may as: 1) T-Tribe 2) Taylor Family Reunion CrYstaL WiNe glasses new (12ea) 312 Pets & animals
be eligible for free legal services from a 3) Taylor Tribe 4) Taylor Tribe Founda- 296 appliances ONKYO av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital $20.00 Call 650-592-2648
nonprofit legal services program. You tion 5) Taylor Family Foundation, 407 N Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, ONe KeNNeL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
can locate these nonprofit groups at the San Mateo Dr, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. air CONditiONer 10000 BTU w/re- Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 miKasa set. White. Modern (square) mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
California Legal Services Web site Registered Owner: Aaron Ulysses Par- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. (650)593-2066
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- nell, same address. The business is con- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- PHiLLiPs-50” COLOr t.v., Heavy, $99
nia Courts Online Self-Help Center 0898 (650)591-8062 NeW "BeLLa" buffet triple slow cooker
ducted by an Individual. The registrants and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- ParrOt Cage, Steel, Large - approx
(www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by commenced to transact business under
contacting your local court or county bar 2648 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
their FBN on April 2, 2019. Free WasHer and 220v dryer, both 304 Furniture offer. (650)245-4084
association. NOte: The court has a stat- working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
utory lien for waived fees and costs on /s/Aaron Ulysses Parnell/ siNK dOUBLe cast iron. Good condi-
This statement was filed with the Asses- move, stairs.
any settlement or arbitration award of aNtiqUe diNiNg table for six people tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 316 Clothes
$10,000 or more in a civil case. The sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish- with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, gLass-PaNeL LamPsHade. Similar
court's lien must be paid before the court
4/17/19, 4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19).
to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
aNtiqUe mOHagaNY Bookcase. Four
307 Jewelry & Clothing BrOWN sUed boots, fur-lined, size 8,
will dismiss the case. ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
¡AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no re- $75 (650)727-7266 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. aNNe KLeiN silver-tone watch with
sponde dentro de 30 días, la corte puede Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- FaNCY HigH heel shoes, never worn
decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver- FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name HOtPOiNt HeavY Duty Dryer excellent Bedstead siNgLe, poster style, box
spring, mattress available. $40.00. al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
sión. Lea la información a continuación. statemeNt #281043 working condition Burlingame $50 Call
Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- The following person is doing business Dan (408)656-0958 (650)593-7408
spués de que le entreguen esta citación as: 1. Jessie’s Laundromat 2. Elegance 308 tools FaUx FUr Coat Woman's brown multi
y papeles legales para presentar una re- Preserved, 2472 Flores St, SAN MA- maYtag WasHer excellent working Beige sOFa $99. Excellent Condition
(650) 315-2319 aNtiqUe irON Hand Drills. 3 available color in excellent condition 3/4
spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer TEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: Ele- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan length $50 (650)692-8012
que se entregue una copia al deman- gance Preserved, LLC, CA. The busi- (408)656-0958 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- BUNK Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or KaYaNO meN’s Running shoes size 11
ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- Company. The registrants commenced mFg H20LaBs Model 300 exc cond Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with good condition $20 (650)520-7045
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- B/O (650)685-2494 Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
to transact business under their FBN on counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
recto si desea que procesen su caso en N/A. (650)771-6324. KNee-HigH BLaCK women's boots,
la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- NeW, siNger Sewing Machine Univer- CHiNa CaBiNet Wallet, $20. Call
/s/Sean O. Gilmore/ (650)589-1407 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
lario que usted pueda usar para su re- sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- CraFtsmaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
This statement was filed with the Asses- chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- CHOCOLate BrOWN living room chair
larios de la corte y más información en el sor-County Clerk on 4/19/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. Ladies seqUiN dress, blue, size XL,
Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- tiFFaNY stYLe Lamp shade. Older- Lg CraFtsmeN shop vac 6.5hp $60 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
4/24/19, 5/1/19, 5/8/19, 5/15/19). Call 650-872-2371. (510)943-9221
fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
teca de leyes de su condado o en la 727-7266. COmPUter desK (glass) & chair. Like meN's stetsON hat, size large, new,
sHOPsmitH marK V 50th Anniversary rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
corte que le quede más cerca. Si no new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
puede pagar la cuota de presentación, FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name U.s. raNge Co. 36" commercial range (650) 578-9208
statemeNt #281096 (1984 model) w/large single oven. 4
gtecher@comcast.net (650)504-0585
pida al secretario de la corte que le dé
un formulario de exención de pago de The following person is doing business burners, broiler,12x24 griddle. Black with sHOes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
as: Aliganoush Music, 1133 Rhinette Ave COmPUter desK with 3 side drawers . viNtage CraFtsmaN Jig Saw. Circa
cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a s/s backsplash, shelf. Works, clean, no (650)508-8662
# 1, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- missing parts. Orig. owner, home use on-
tered Owner: Alexandra Marie Christ, ly. U-haul. $650 Call Mark 650-207-0882. for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or tUxedO size 40, black, including white
plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- leave message
eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- same address. The business is conduct- 310 misc. For sale shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
cia. ed by an Individual. The registrants vaCUUm CLeaNer (reconditioned) COmPUter sWiveL CHAIR. Padded
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- commenced to transact business under 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint, WeddiNg dress-desigNer, Size 12,
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
mendable que llame a un abogado inme- their FBN on May 30, 2018. no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
for $500 Call (650)867-1728
diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, /s/Alexandra Christ/ 297 Bicycles desK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a This statement was filed with the Asses- (650)458-3578 BessY smaLL Evening Hand Bag With WOmaN's ameriCaN Rag faux leather
abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- sor-County Clerk on 4/25/2019. (Publish- Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 jacket. Perfect condition. Black
gado, es posible que cumpla con los adULt BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
requisitos para obtener servicios legales 5/1/19, 5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19). diNiNg CHairs -Six Antique, BiFOLd sHUtters 2x28”x79 $10.00
gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 (650)544-5306
CHiLd’s sCHWiNN BiCYCLe, BLUe in WOmaN's taHari jacket. Perfect con-
gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar (650)888-2662 dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. BLUe OYster cult lp signed by donald
FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name (650) 952-3466
web de California Legal Services, r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
statemeNt #280978 mOUNtaiN BiKe new 21 gears $100. (408)661-6019
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro The following person is doing business (650)722-3634 diNiNg rOOm Table-Antique,Oak, WOmeN's BLaCK suede fur lined
de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, as: Events by Nikki, 1082 Skyline Dr., 5chairs, w/ extension $200 boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
(www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en mOUNtaiN BiKe. Top brand. Runs CasH register Parts; Much Skin Not
DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered (650)290-3188 Guts $500 (415)269-4784
contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo- Owner: Nikki Anne Cazar, same ad- good. $39. (660)342-5220 WOrK BOOts. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte dress. The business is conducted by an brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los COsCO PLaY Pen with travel bag. Used
costos exentos por imponer un grava- Individual. The registrants commenced 298 Collectibles diNiNg taBLe (36"x54") and 4 match-
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
once $35 (650)591-2981 In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
men sobre cualquier recuperación de to transact business under their FBN on
$250 .(650)-654-1930. CUt gLass serving bowl 8" diameter
$10,000 ó más de valor recibida me- 04-12-19. 15 LP ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo-
$25. Call 650-921-4016
318 sports equipment
diante un acuerdo o una concesión de /s/Nikki Anne Cazar/ gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and
This statement was filed with the Asses- more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839 diNiNg taBLe - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- deLUxe FOLder Walker - 5" wheels - Big BertHa, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2019. (Publish- lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
antes de que la corte pueda desechar el ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1984 time magazine. Special 1994 (415)999-4474
caso. 5/1/19, 5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19). Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg diNiNg taBLe. 72" by 42". With leaf drive 3-WHeeL buggy $45. Call
The name and address of the court is (El (650)588-0842 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 (650)589-1407
nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU- BraNd NeW Golf bag with Stand.
PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie disPLaY Case, glass top. 27”x20”x2” Free magaziNes. Library discards Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 County statemeNt #281111 deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. year old ones. Wide variety. Good for No Texting.
Center, Redwood City, CA 94063-1655 The following person is doing business $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
The name, address, and telephone num- as: Boa Cozinha, 760 Arleen Way, PA- dresser-aNtiqUe vaNitY Combo, 3 BraNd NeW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with- CIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Owners: aPPrOx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 Free: WiLd turkey feathers; whole Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc- Silvana L. Tobin and William B. Tobin, Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- (650)290-3188 wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
ción y el número de teléfono del aboga- same address. The business is conduct- 4162 fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark
do del demandante, o del demandante ed by a Married Couple. The registrants eNgLisH draW Table, $50 Solid Wood (650)207-0882 eastON aLUmiNUm bat.33 inches, 30
que no tiene abogado, es): REESE LAW commenced to transact business under COLLeCtaBLe CaBBage Patch Kids 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves,
GROUP, Shiv Samtani, Esq. (Bar Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New call(650)697-3709 Hat, t-sHirt, sweatshirt and comput-
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
their FBN on N/A.
#320822), 3168 Lionshead Avenue, /s/Silvana Tobin/ Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
Carlsbad, CA 92010; 760/842-5850 (File (650) 572-8895 etHaN aLLeN sofa and love seat. Blue everLast 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
This statement was filed with the Asses- LiONeL CHristmas Holiday expan- Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
No. 558196) sor-County Clerk on 4/30/2019. (Publish- velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
DATE (Fecha): SEP 18 2018 dePressiON gLass Dining Plate. 8 or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. stering. Free. (650)593-7001. gUtHY-reNKer POWer Rider,Ever-
RODINA M. CATALANO, Clerk (Secre- 5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19, 5/29/19).
tario), by ANTONIO R. GERONIMO, $12 (650)762-6048 LiONeL WesterN Union Pass car and last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
Deputy (Adjunto) gLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 erciser $20 (510)770-1976
(SEAL) FiCtitiOUs BUsiNess Name games OF the 23rd Olympiad maga- lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
NOtiCe tO tHe PersON served: zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- mOtLeY CrUe lp signed by neil lee KNee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
statemeNt #281049 0842 iKea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
You are served 1. as an individual de-
fendant. The following person is doing business 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. LeatHer gOLF bag with 23 clubs $90.
as: HD Auto Repair, 1471 East 3rd Ave., NegriNi FeNCiNg Epee mask size M
5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22/19 LeNNOx red Rose, Unused, hand
iKea taBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 (650) 592-2648.
CNs-3248209# SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
Owners: Sky Auto Repair Inc., CA. The $ 30. (650)598-9804. (415)260-6940
saN mateO daiLY JOUrNaL $12.00. (650) 578 9208. meN's rOssigNOL Skis. $95.00,
business is conducted by a Corporation. good condition, (650)341-0282.
The registrants commenced to transact maHOgaNY tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W OLd B&L Microscope in good condition;
miLLer Lite Neon sign , work good x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
business under their FBN on 01-01- $59 call (650)218-6528 ONe dOzeN Official League Diamond
2019. 3709
raY-BaN tOP Bar Sunglasses Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
/s/Zhenda Huang/ OLd, aNtiqUe, Bottle Collection: 20 mattress, tWiN long, excellent condi- RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- (650)771-6324.
This statement was filed with the Asses- bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
sor-County Clerk on 4/22/2019. (Publish- weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ONe COLLeCtiON of antique Cuban tOtaL gYm XLS, excellent condition.
NeW deLUxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- 6596 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
5/8/19, 5/15/19, 5/22/19, 5/29/19). Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Texting. Sell! (650) 875-8159. rOLLerBLades, Used, size 10. $20
obo. Please call (650)745-6309
smaLL rUg beater. $15.00 (650)207- Niagara viBratiNg Adjustable bed viNtage NasH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
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operations in February, pulling bikes from Though the survey showed nearly 58% of

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San Mateo, Burlingame, South San
Francisco and Foster City.
Deputy Mayor Maureen Freschet was
Comment on
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survey respondents indicated some level of
support for an e-scooter pilot program and
78% of respondents were either very sup-
joined by her fellow councilmembers in a 4- www.smdailyjournal.com portive or somewhat supportive of bicycle-
0 vote in support of establishing a shared sharing programs in San Mateo,
implementing shared mobility platforms, bicycle permit process in the city and hold- Councilman Eric Rodriguez expressed con-
which could include bicycle-sharing and e- $5,000 nonrefundable permit fee to cover
ing off on allowing e-scooters, which they the cost of implementing the program, cerns about how much officials should rely
scooter-sharing programs. hoped would give officials time to study e- on the survey data since those who don’t live
From May 2016 to February, the city has explained Parking Manager Sue-Ellen
scooters’ impact on other cities. Atkinson. in San Mateo could have responded to the
participated in a bike share program in some Councilman Rick Bonilla was absent from survey.
form, working with Social Bicycles to pro- Several members of the city’s
the meeting. Sustainability and Infrastructure “I think we really need to use a lot of cau-
vide 50 pedal bicycles until May of 2018. “While I recognize the importance of first- tion when we use that as evidence,” he said.
About a year ago, the city began offering the Commission and residents voiced support
and last-mile solutions … I favor the bicy- for the city to start taking steps toward Mayor Diane Papan said she appreciated
service through the startup Lime, which pro- cles, I think that’s great,” said Freschet. “I the ability to exercise caution in introducing
vided a fleet of 275 pedal and electric bicy- allowing e-scooters at the commission’s
just am happy to support giving more time March 13 meeting. But concerns voiced by e-scooters in the city as well as the opportu-
cles that did not need to be docked at specif- to scooters and really taking a closer look at nity to amend the ordinance in the future to
ic hubs. more than 740 respondents to a shared
what’s happening in other communities.” mobility survey administered by the city in allow them in San Mateo.
Though ridership grew to .96 daily rides Officials approved the issuance of one per- “I’m comfortable with not proceeding
per bike through Lime, up from the .26 daily early 2019 about pedestrian safety, e-scoot-
mit to a bike share operator allowed to oper- ers blocking sidewalks and illegal use of e- with e-scooters at this moment,” she said. “I
rides logged with Social Bicycles, the bike ate up to 500 pedal and electric dockless appreciate the flexibility going into the
share service ended abruptly after Lime scooters on sidewalks weighed heavily for
bicycles over a one-year period. The opera- the City Council Monday. ordinance so that we can in the future evalu-
announced it would end its bike-sharing tor selected would be required to pay a ate it.”
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Chinese team heads to Washington to salvage trade talks

By Joe McDonald The announcement suggests President Xi
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jinping’s government is putting its desire
to end a conflict that has battered Chinese
BEIJING — Efforts to end a U.S.-China exporters ahead of the political need to look
trade war are in shambles after the United tough in the face of U.S. pressure.
States accused China of reneging on its The decision to have Liu take part in talks
commitments and prepared to raise import might keep alive hopes the two biggest
taxes on $200 billion worth of Chinese global economies could make peace as early
goods. as this week.
A Chinese delegation is headed to The Trump administration is pressing
Washington to salvage talks aimed at Beijing to roll back plans for government-
resolving a dispute over China’s aggressive led development of Chinese global com-
push to challenge American technological petitors in robotics, electric cars and other
dominance. Negotiations are set to resume technologies. Washington, Europe, Japan
Thursday. and other trading partners say those violate
The setback in negotiations caught finan- China’s market-opening commitments and
cial markets by surprise, and the U.S. stocks are based in part on stolen technology.
fell Tuesday for the second straight day. For Trump’s announcement Sunday that he
weeks, Trump administration officials had would increase tariffs on $200 billion of
suggested that negotiators were making Chinese imports to 25% from 10% on
steady progress. Friday caused global stock markets to
China confirmed Tuesday its economy plunge. Markets steadied after a Chinese
czar, Vice Premier Liu He, will lead China’s spokesman said Monday that envoys still
REUTERS FILE PHOTO delegation, ending speculation that he’d were preparing to go to the United States,
A worker gestures as a crane lifts goods for export onto a cargo vessel at a port in Lianyungang, skip the talks or that the Chinese team though there was no word then whether Liu
Jiangsu province, China. would back out altogether. would take part.

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