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Trump slaps tariff on Mexico President threatening 5% tariff on all Mexican imports to
pressure country to do more to crack down on migrants
By Jill Colvin and Colleen Long died.” Trump made the announcement ernment of failing to do enough to halt
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS by tweet after telling reporters earlier the flow of Central American migrants
Thursday that he was planning “a major who have been flowing to the U.S. in
WASHINGTON — In a surprise statement” that would be his “biggest” search of asylum from countries
announcement that could compromise a so far on the border. including El Salvador, Honduras and
major trade deal, President Donald “On June 10th, the United States will Guatemala. And he has been itching to
Trump announced Thursday that he is impose a 5% Tariff on all goods coming take increasingly radical, headline-
slapping a 5% tariff on all Mexican into our Country from Mexico, until grabbing action on the issue, which he
imports, effective June 10, to pressure such time as illegal migrants coming sees as critical to his reelection cam-
the country to do more to crack down on through Mexico, and into our Country, paign because it energizes his base.
the surge of Central American migrants STOP. The Tariff will gradually increase But the sudden tariff threat comes at a
trying to cross the U.S. border. until the Illegal Immigration problem peculiar time, given how hard the
REUTERS He said the percentage will gradually is remedied,” he wrote, “at which time administration has been pushing for
Donald Trump talks with a graduating cadet while participating increase — up to 25% — “until the the Tariffs will be removed.”
in the U.S. Air Force Academy’s graduation ceremony. Illegal Immigration problem is reme- Trump has accused the Mexican gov- See TARIFF, Page 31

RAPTORS DENY WARRIORS

Artist’s rendering of the approved mixed-use plan at 406 E.


Third Ave. in downtown San Mateo.

San Mateo KFC


mixed-use plan
gets green light
Traffic, parking, housing concerns
KYLE TERADA-USA TODAY SPORTS
Raptors forward Pascal Siakam, left, blocks the shot of Warriors guard Klay Thompson during the first quarter in Game 1 weighed for downtown building
of the 2019 NBA Finals at Scotiabank Arena. Toronto beat Golden State 118-108. SEE STORY PAGE 11 By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

‘The hard work came from her’ Weighing downtown San Mateo traffic, parking and hous-
ing needs, city officials gave a four-story, mixed-use build-
ing the green light to replace a Kentucky Fried Chicken
South City student graduates from adult transition program, high school restaurant and three industrial buildings at 406 E. Third Ave.
By Austin Walsh Francisco adult tran- her obstacles, Rahm, 22, built the at the Planning Commission’s Tuesday meeting.
sition program who resiliency required to graduate from the Expected to provide 25 residential units on the building’s
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
for the past few adult transition program and also fourth floor and 103,731 square feet of office space on the
years has helped receive a high school diploma. eastern edge of San Mateo’s downtown, the project has
Whether it is a computer malfunc- spurred discussions of its fit with downtown uses and archi-
tion, or when the bus is late, Megan Rahm manage the Following her second graduation
challenges associ- ceremony in as many weeks, Rahm tecture since plans were submitted with the city in March of
Rahm struggles with life’s inconsis- 2018.
tencies. ated with autism. acknowledged the dedication and com-
But with a few mitment required for her to succeed in Michael Field, a representative of the developer Windy
“She encounters hiccups which can school. Hill, said the developer increased the number of residential
derail her,” said Maryanne Mathiesen, deep breaths and a
a paraprofessional at the South San Megan Rahm desire to overcome See KFC, Page 18
See MEGAN, Page 23
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Thought for the Day


“They that approve a private opinion, call it
opinion; but they that dislike it, heresy; and yet
heresy signifies no more than private opinion.”
— Thomas Hobbes, English political philosopher

This Day in History


Former Nazi official Adolf Eichmann

1962 was hanged in Israel a few minutes


before midnight for his role in the
Holocaust.
In 1 6 6 9 , English diarist Samuel Pepys wrote the final entry
of his journal, blaming his failing eyesight for his inability
to continue.
In 1 8 5 9 , the Big Ben clock tower in London went into oper-
ation, chiming for the first time.
In 1 8 8 9 , some 2,200 people in Johnstown, Pennsylvania,
perished when the South Fork Dam collapsed, sending 20
million tons of water rushing through the town.
In  1 9 1 6 , during World War I, British and German fleets
fought the naval Battle of Jutland off Denmark; there was no
clear-cut victor, although the British suffered heavier losses.
In  1 9 2 1 ,   a race riot erupted in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as white
mobs began looting and leveling the affluent black district of
Greenwood over reports a black man had assaulted a white
woman in an elevator; hundreds are believed to have died. PETER MOOTZ/DAILY JOURNAL
In  1 9 4 9 ,   former State Department official and accused spy San Mateo Consolidated Fire units responded to Casa De Campo for a structure fire Wednesday evening. A second alarm was
Alger Hiss went on trial in New York, charged with perjury called because of heavy smoke and possible rescue. The fire was quickly knocked down and no one was found following a
(the jury deadlocked, but Hiss was convicted in a second trial). search though one person was treated and released for smoke inhalation.
In 1 9 7 0 , a magnitude 7.9 earthquake in Peru claimed an esti-
mated 67,000 lives. In other news ...
In  1 9 7 7 ,   the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline, three years in the any towing and ticketing fees; repeat not interested in the city of Statesville’s
making despite objections from environmentalists and Seattle man builds fence around offenders are banned from the service. offer to change a local ordinance regu-
Alaska Natives, was completed. (The first oil began flowing car-share vehicle at duplex Smith told the AP he put up the barri- lating banner sizes to allow the giant
through the pipeline 20 days later.) flag to continue flying. What he wants,
SEATTLE — A Seattle man took cade to make a point about respecting
In  1 9 8 5 ,   88 people were killed, more than 1,000 injured, exception to a car-share vehicle that private property and because he was he said, is for them to eliminate all size
when 41 tornadoes swept through parts of Pennsylvania, was parked without permission at his worried about liability if, for example, restrictions on the American flag.
Ohio, New York and Ontario, Canada, during an 8-hour peri- duplex. So he built a fence around it. a customer became injured on his prop- “This is about a city and a flag that
od. Dan Smith told KIRO-TV he doesn’t erty. He said he initially tried to have does not belong to us, it doesn’t belong
know who parked the car2go Mercedes the car towed, but three tow companies to you; it belongs to all of us,” said
Lemonis, chief executive officer of
Birthdays May 17, but it wasn’t one of his ten-
ants. He contacted Share Now, the
declined, with at least one noting that
Smith had not posted signs warning Camping World, which owns Gander,
company that operates car2go, and that the spots were on private property and star of CNBC’s reality television
gave them two hours to move the vehi- and that violators could be towed. show “The Profit”.
cle. A few hours after that, he erected In announcing his visit to the site,
If the police tell him he’s in the Lemonis had said Wednesday that he
the barricade, preventing other cus- wrong, he’ll cooperate, he said, wanted to show his support for workers
tomers from using it. because he doesn’t want that much “frustrated by the distraction” of the flag
He wants the company to pay $65 a trouble. But he said he has rights to controversy.
day in storage fees, $300 for the fence control his property, and Share Now Officials from the city about 40 miles
and up to $500 for “harassment fees.” had made no arrangements and offered north of Charlotte sued the company
In a written statement, Share Now no compensation to use it. earlier this month over the flag, which
Actor-director Actor Tom Actress Brooke suggested that might amount to extor- “I’m happy to help make Seattle a measures 40 feet by 80 feet and hangs
Clint Eastwood is Berenger is 69. Shields is 54. tion. Spokesman Tim Krebs told the better place,” Smith said. on a 130-foot-high flagpole next to I-
89. Associated Press on Thursday that the 77. The code limits flags to 25 feet by
company is seeking help from the Giant American flag flap 40 feet.
Singer Peter Yarrow is 81. Humanitarian Terry Waite is 80. police.
Singer-musician Augie Meyers is 79. Actress Sharon Gless is flutters on; business owner rallies But Lemonis declared on Wednesday
“We will not allow anyone acting that he would go to jail before he’d take
76. Football Hall of Famer Joe Namath is 76. Broadcast jour- with ulterior motives, including any-
nalist/commentator Bernard Goldberg is 74. Actor Gregory STATESVILLE, N.C. — The reality the banner down. Not long after that,
one attempting to extort our business television star who has said he would go Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh issued a
Harrison is 69. Actor Kyle Secor is 62. Actress Roma Maffia by holding our property illegally, to to jail before removing a huge American statement saying he had asked the city’s
is 61. Comedian Chris Elliott is 59. Actress Lea Thompson is prevent us from providing transporta- flag from his recreational vehicle store planning department to change the
58. Singer Corey Hart is 57. Actor Hugh Dillon is 56. Rapper tion to the citizens of Seattle,” the in North Carolina told cheering dimensions allowed for flags displayed
DMC is 55. Country musician Ed Adkins (The Derailers) is 52. company’s statement said. “We would employees on Thursday that he would in a highway business zone.
TV host Phil Keoghan is 52. Jazz musician Christian McBride like to avoid taking legal action and not take the banner down “under any cir- “If passed, this amendment will per-
is 47. Actress Archie Panjabi is 47. Actress Merle Dandridge hope for a quick resolution.” cumstance.” mit the flag currently displayed ... to
(TV: “Greenleaf”) is 44. Actor Colin Farrell is 43. Rock musi- The company said it has been unable Standing in the parking lot of Gander continue flying,” the release said.
cian Scott Klopfenstein (Reel Big Fish) is 42. Actor Eric to remove the sedan because of the RV late Thursday afternoon, Marcus Kutteh said the matter should be
Christian Olsen is 42. Rock musician Andy Hurley (Fall Out fence. Its policy requires customers Lemonis declared to a group of workers resolved at the department’s meeting
Boy) is 39. Country singer Casey James (TV: “American who park in unapproved areas to pay and a gaggle of news media that he was on July 15.
Idol”) is 37. Actor Jonathan Tucker is 37.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles,
May 29 Powerball Fantasy Five Fri day :  Mostly cloudy in the morning
one letter to each square, then becoming sunny. Highs in the 50s to
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to form four ordinary words. 3 32 34 42 61 7 1 5 17 18 21


upper 60s.
SIJTO
Powerball
Fri day   ni g ht:  Clear. Lows in the mid
May 28 Mega Millions Daily Four 50s. Highs in the upper 50s to lower 70s.
9 21 34 42 50 21 0 2 3 7 S at urday   t h ro ug h   S un day :   Clear.
Lows in the mid 50s. Highs in the upper
Mega number
Daily 3 midday 50s to lower 70s.
TTUNA May 29 Super Lotto Plus 8 5 4
1 3 18 26 41 8
Mega number
Daily 3 evening Correction
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The Daily Derby race winners are Hot Shot, No. 3, in Elementary School District Board dysfunction fuels superin-
first place; Whirl Win, No. 6, in second place; and Gold tendent’s departure,” from the Thursday, May 30, edition.
Rush, No. 1, in third place. The race time was clocked Trustee Jennifer Blanco called for the resignation of Henry
PUYLPS at 1:44.59. Sanchez, not Teri Chavez.

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Police reports Arres t. A Lafayette man was arrested for
driving under the influence on Norfolk
Street and East Hillsdale Boulevard, it was
reported at 7:56 p.m. Monday, May 27.
A close call Burg l ary . Someone broke into and stole
Someone superglued the inside of a store
door’s locking mechanism on El Camino items from a car on East Third Avenue, it was
Real in San Carlos, it was reported at reported at 7:43 p.m. Monday, May 27.
6:30 a.m. on Monday, May 20. Grand theft. License plate holders were
taken off three vehicles on Monterey
Avenue, it was reported at 3:48 p.m. Sunday,
FOSTER CITY May 26.
Petty theft. The front tires, rims and bolts
Bi ke theft. A bicycle worth $950 was were taken off a vehicle on Catamaran
stolen on Admiralty Lane, it was reported at Street, it was reported at 10:50 a.m. Sunday,
8:21 p.m. Tuesday, May 28. May 26.
Battery . A woman was placed under citi-
Arres t. A San Mateo man was arrested for
zen’s arrest for battery on Chess Drive and
driving under the influence on State Route
was later released, it was reported at 5:11
92, it as reported at 1:13 p.m. Sunday, May
p.m. Tuesday, May 28.
26.

Husband, wife plead not Local brief


guilty in labor trafficking case
then said she was required to work for them
A husband and wife have pleaded not for 10 years or she would owe them
guilty to human trafficking charges for $10,000. They also allegedly took the vic-
allegedly arranging for a woman to come to tim’s passport.
the U.S. to work for them as a nanny and In addition to nanny duties, the two defen-
then forcing her to also work in their dental dants allegedly made the victim work in
practice, San Mateo County prosecutors their dental practice, cleaning and doing
said Thursday. bookkeeping. The case spans from May
Maria Chuapoco De Los Reyes and 2009 to November 2015, when the victim
Ricardo Fernando De Los Reyes entered the talked to a co-worker about what was hap-
pleas Wednesday to charges that include pening, prosecutors said.
human trafficking, conspiracy and grand The pair remains out of custody on
theft, according to the District Attorney’s $250, 000 bail. When reached, Maria
Office. Chuapoco De Los Reyes declined to com-
Prosecutors said the pair arranged for the ment on the case.
victim to come work for them as a nanny,

STATE Assembly this week. As s embl y Bi l l


1 4 8 2 would cap annual rent increases to
GOVERNMENT the Co ns umer Pri ce Index plus 7 percent
• A bill authored by for all rental properties in California that
As s embl y member are not subject to local rent control ordi-
Dav i d Chi u, D- nances. The bill will sunset after three years
San Franci s co , to and exempt new rental units that are up to
establish a statewide 10 years old to be sure that new housing
anti-rent gouging production is not stifled. AB 1482 will also
law to protect tenants across California exempt small property owners with 10 or
from large rent increases passed the fewer single-family detached homes,
according to Chiu’s office.

th
20
Anniversary
Anniversary
Move-In Special
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Authorities: Army vet thought Muslims among people in crash By Olga R. Rodriguez stand with her and her
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS family, and all of our
Muslim and Indian
SAN FRANCISCO — An Army veteran neighbors.”
who served in Iraq ran his car into a crowd of Outside court later
pedestrians in California because he Thursday, Rosen said he
believed two of the people looked like they was confident that the
were Muslim, authorities said Thursday. perceived religion of
The disclosure came as prosecutors filed several of the victims
two hate crime allegations against 34-year- was the “substantial
Isaiah Peoples motivating factor” in the
old Isaiah Peoples.
He is also facing eight counts of attempt- April attack.
ed murder after police said he deliberately Peoples’ mother says her son has strug-
plowed his car into people on April 24 at gled with PTSD since returning from Iraq.
the Sunnyvale crosswalk and showed no Peoples did not enter a plea at Thursday’s
remorse afterward. The hate crime allega- hearing in San Jose. His attorney, Chuck
tions carry up to six additional years in Smith, did not immediately return a message
prison each. seeking comment.
Family and friends described Peoples as
A 13-year-old girl of Indian descent,
quiet and polite and expressed shock at his
Dhriti Narayan, remains in a coma with
alleged involvement in the crash.
brain trauma.
Peoples had no criminal record. He was
“Someone’s child is in critical condition honorably discharged from the Army, and
today because of someone’s ignorance and police were investigating the report of
Witness statements said that the driver was speeding and drove directly toward pedestrians hatred, ” Santa Clara County District post-traumatic stress disorder.
without trying to veer away or stop before striking them. Attorney Jeff Rosen said. “So today, we

Judge dismisses charges against San Francisco sheriff’s deputy


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT 21, 2017, as he was moving two inmates. and another deputy responded, and Martin witnesses refuted the prosecution’s claim
Whether Martin’s response to the attack allegedly uncuffed the two inmates and the inmate was in handcuffs when Martin
Charges against a 55-year-old San constituted reasonable self-defense or cuffed the two hands of the inmate who hit allegedly attempted to subdue him.
Francisco sheriff’s deputy accused of punch- excessive force was a key question jurors him, according to prosecutors. Buchwald also entered a judgment of acquit-
ing a jail inmate several times in the face at were expected to weigh, according to tal, finding the San Francisco Sheriff’s
Prosecutors said previously the sergeant
the San Francisco County Jail in San Bruno Pifari’s release. Department may have violated Martin’s due
and deputy noticed Martin, who is 6 feet tall
were dismissed Thursday after Judge Gerald process rights by failing to consider the
Charged with misdemeanor assault by a and weighs 260 pounds, seemed agitated and
Buchwald ruled that the evidence in the case effects of the inmate attack on Deputy
law enforcement officer, Martin had been said to the inmate, “oh, you’re safe now,
wasn’t sufficient for jurors to return a guilty Martin’s response, according to the release.
out of custody on his own recognizance you know the other deputies are here.” He
verdict after nine days of jury trial, accord-
when the trial started earlier this month. allegedly grabbed the inmate, who is 6 feet “Deputy Martin was the victim of a
ing to the deputy’s defense attorney and the
According to prosecutors, Martin was work- 2 inches tall and 154 pounds, and pushed crime,” said Pifari in the release. “He was
San Mateo County District Attorney’s
ing in the San Francisco County Jail in San his head down with his left hand before deal- punched in the head and injured by an
Office.
Bruno and had handcuffed two inmates ing him several uppercuts to the face with a inmate who has been convicted of several
According to a press release issued by
together in an interview room. Obscenities closed fist, according to prosecutors. brutal crimes. Whatever force that was used
Linton Martin’s defense attorney Nicole
Pifari, the alleged victim in the case against were exchanged, and one of the inmates But Pifari alleged no definitive testimony in the moments afterward was completely
Martin is a man in custody with a history of allegedly hit Martin in the face, causing regarding Martin’s response to being reasonable. The inmate wasn’t injured, nor
violent behavior who punched Martin July Martin to radio for assistance. A sergeant attacked was offered during trial and several did he even complain.”
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Head of California Public Around the state


Utilities Commission to retire killing 85 people. Commissioners also
SAN FRANCISCO — The head of the approved utilities’ wildfire prevention
California Public Utilities Commission plans, which include cutting back vegeta-
announced Thursday that tion and improving electric lines.
he will retire after almost Picker previously served as the gover-
five years on a job domi- nor’s senior adviser for renewable energy
nated by oversight of from 2009 to 2014, as deputy treasurer in
devastating wildfires. the state treasurer’s office from 1998 to
Michael Picker said at a 1999 and in a variety of other state govern-
commission meeting in ment offices. He also spent several years as
San Francisco that he chief of staff to former Sacramento Mayor
won’t leave his job as Joe Serna Jr.
Michael Picker president of the state’s
utility regulator until San Francisco police officer
Gov. Gavin Newsom names his successor.
Picker was appointed to the commission
sentenced for bank robberies
in 2014 by then-Gov. Jerry Brown and SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco
became president in December of that year. police officer who robbed two banks last
At the helm, much of his work has focused year has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in REUTERS FILE PHOTO
on regulating and investigating the state’s prison. California regulators are allowing utilities to cut off electricity to possibly hundreds of thousands
biggest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. Rain Daugherty was sentenced Thursday of customers to avoid catastrophic wildfires like the one that killed 85 people last year.
Investigators have found that many of for stealing more than $10, 000 during
California’s most destructive and deadly
wildfires in recent years have been caused by
PG&E equipment. The commission’s work
has been focused in recent years on working
holdups in the Sunset and Richmond dis-
tricts. He was ordered to repay the money to
the banks.
Authorities say Daugherty handed tellers a
State approves wide power
to ensure utility equipment is safer and to
prevent more fires.
The commission said Thursday that utili-
ties need to do a better job of educating and
note demanding money but didn’t use a
weapon.
He pleaded guilty in February and apolo-
gized during sentencing.
outages to prevent wildfires
By Don Thompson of Sacramento, she relies on a refrigerator to
notifying the public as they widen precau- Daugherty’s daughter, Elizabeth Falk, told THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cool her insulin and a machine to keep her
tionary power outages this summer. the judge that her father was addicted to opi- breathing at night.
In its latest effort to strengthen wildfire oids and was living in his car at the time of “I could die in my sleep,” she said. “It’s
SACRAMENTO — California regulators
awareness and safety, the commission the robberies. scaring the hell out of me.”
on Thursday approved allowing utilities to
approved guidelines for when utilities can KQED-TV says Daugherty technically The precautionary outages could mean
cut off electricity to possibly hundreds of
cut electricity during high winds and low remains on the force. He was suspended multiday blackouts for cities as large as San
thousands of customers to avoid catastroph-
humidity to avoid sparking wildfires like without pay four years ago for sending racist Francisco and San Jose, Northern
ic wildfires like the one sparked by power
the one that devastated the Northern and homophobic text messages to other California’s major power provider warned in
lines last year that killed 85 people and
California community of Paradise last fall, officers. a recent filing with the utilities commis-
largely destroyed the city of Paradise.
Utilities’ liability can reach billions of sion.
dollars, and after several years of devastat- Pacific Gas & Electric anticipates cutting
Obituary the power only in “truly extreme fire danger
ing wildfires, they asked regulators to allow
Carol Lee “Grammy” Bibel them to pull the plug when fire risk is weather” while recognizing that there “are
extremely high. That’s mainly during peri- safety risks on both sides of this issue,” vice
July, 1937 – May 27, 2019 ods of excessive winds and low humidity president Aaron Johnson said.
Carol Bibel was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother who when vegetation is dried out and can easily PG&E initially planned to de-energize
cared deeply about the people in her world. She spent several ignite. power lines in at-risk rural areas but has
decades working as a guidance counselor at Aragon High The California Public Utilities since expanded its plans to include high-
Commission gave the green light but said voltage transmission lines like the one that
School, and helped shape the academic and career paths of
utilities must do a better job educating and sparked the nation’s deadliest wildfire in a
countless students, all of whom she considered her “kids.” notifying the public, particularly those with century. The blaze last November killed 85
In retirement, she enjoyed reading, playing backgammon, disabilities and others who are vulnerable, people while wiping out nearly 15,000
spending time with family, and getting caught up on “what’s and ramp up preventive efforts, such as clear- homes in and around Paradise.
new with the girls.” ing brush and installing fire-resistant poles. “I know it inconveniences people, but it’s
Carol is survived by her husband of 62 years, Bennett Bibel; her children, Mandi The plans could inconvenience hundreds a small price to pay for not having the kind
Friedel and Jeff Bibel; and her beloved grandchildren, Bethany Friedel, Nicole Bibel, of thousands of customers while endanger- of devastation that we had in Paradise,”
Kaitlyn Friedel, and Brianna Bibel. ing some who depend on electricity to keep Mayor Jody Jones said. “Everyone I know in
While dementia robbed Carol of many wonderful memories, those who knew and them alive, like 56-year-old Kallithea Paradise knew that PG&E might cut the
loved her will always remember her as a strong, vibrant, and truly kind soul. Miller. power off. I didn’t see that as a problem. The
Although she lives far from wildfire dan- problem was that they didn’t actually shut it
ger near a shopping mall in Stockton, south off.”

Obituary Obituary

David Ivan Lamphier Rosemarie Maffei


January 16, 1930 – May 15, 2019 January 26, 1931 – May 24, 2019
David Ivan Lamphier, 89, loving husband, father and Rosie passed away peacefully on May 24th, 2019. She was
grandfather, died peacefully at home on May 15, 2019. the loving wife of her late husband Jim, daughter of August
He is survived by his wife of 54 years Jan, daughters Susan and Ceil Roat, and the devoted sister of Barbara. A native San
Grill (Daniel) and Diane Ruddell (Rob). He was the proud Franciscan, Rosie graduated from Presentation High School
grandfather of Gracie Ruddell, Madeline Ruddell and Eric and worked at the City of Paris until she met and married Jim
Grill. He will be remembered fondly by many good friends in 1950. They started their family in San Francisco, moved
and other extended family. to East Palo Alto and then settled in San Carlos in 1958, a
Born January 16, 1930 in Springfield, OH, he spent his childhood in Springfield half block from St. Charles parish. Rosie had lunch ready for
and New Castle, PA. He attended Slippery Rock College and graduated from Ohio her kids every day when they walked home from school! She enjoyed participating
University with a B.S. in Commerce. After four years in the Air Force he graduated in many activities in her community, including the St. Charles and IHM choirs, the
from the University of Pittsburgh with a Masters in Retailing. Carlosians, the San Carlos Chickens’ Ball variety show, and various bowling leagues.
David came to California in 1958 and worked for the Underwood-Olivetti Corp. She loved to play bingo and, like her mother, she was an ace blackjack player! Rosie
before working for the next 17 years for the General Services Administration in San lived every moment of her life with joy, integrity and an unshakeable faith in God.
Francisco. He retired from GSA in 1990. Whether it was the narcolepsy that came on as a teen or the strokes, which affected her
He met the love of his life, Jan, while living in San Francisco, and they were more recently, Rosie met every transition or obstacle in life with steely determination
married in 1965. to live as fully as possible. She was the heart of the Maffei family and will be greatly
He was active in College Heights Church, Episcopal Marriage Encounter, the missed.
Great War Society, and the San Mateo Police Department Neighborhood Watch Rosemarie is survived by her grateful and loving family of eight children: Pat
program both as a board member and long-term block captain. He served the San (Marcia), Pam (Ken), Jim (Donna), Tim (Patty), Diane Steves (Jeff), Rob (Lisa), Robin,
Mateo County fire department through the Peninsula Fire Buff Club for over 23 years. and Tom (Bonnie); one honorary daughter, Annemarie Sullivan (Tom); one niece, Terri
As fire buffs, he and Jan enjoyed providing canteen services to fire fighters in San Vang; 17 grandchildren: Dorian Maffei, Jarrett, Cecilia and Luke Winfield, Teena
Mateo county at all hours of the day and night as well as holding multiple leadership Wein (Scott) and Joey Maffei, Tony (Laura) and Marissa Maffei, Ryan (Danielle) and
roles within the organization. He was a charter member and served as president and Nicole Steves, Kayla (Dylan), Harrison and Dylan Maffei, Nathan Perine, Nick, Zack
treasurer of the Knights of the Gnomon, Sherlock Holmes scion. As a San Mateo and Michael Maffei; 3 grand-nephews, Austin and Dustin Vang and Brandon Sidwell;
library volunteer, he helped create the 101st airborne screaming eagles display (unit and 3 great-grandchildren: Hunter and Kennedy Steves and Kylie Wein. The Visitation
adopted by San Mateo). and Vigil will occur on Sunday, June 2nd at 7 pm and a Funeral Mass will be said at
David was deeply loved by his family and friends and will be remembered for his 10:00 am Monday, June 3rd, followed by a luncheon. Both events will be held at St.
encyclopedic knowledge of history, automobiles and other forms of transportation, Charles Church, 850 Tamarack Ave, San Carlos. Rosie will be laid to rest at 2:00 pm
honesty, quick sense of humor and wonderful laugh. at the Skylawn Memorial Park, Highway 92 and Skyline Blvd., San Mateo. In lieu of
A memorial service will be held at College Heights Church in San Mateo on June flowers, donations can be made in her honor to Society of St. Vincent de Paul – St.
15th at 1 pm. For those who wish, donations in memory of David may be sent to the Charles Conference c/o St. Charles Church.
Alzheimer’s Association. Please check the website of crippenflynn.com for additional information.
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To impeach or not? Pelosi balances competing calls By Lisa Mascaro Thursday. He called
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS impeachment a “dirty,
filthy, disgusting word”
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy and said courts would
Pelosi still isn’t ready to impeach President never allow it.
Donald Trump. “Many constituents
Even after special counsel Robert Mueller want to impeach the pres-
essentially called on Congress to pick up ident,” Pelosi acknowl-
where his investigation left off, Pelosi isn’t edged shortly after
budging. Scores of her Democratic lawmak- Mueller’s remarks
Robert Mueller Wednesday. “But we want
ers do want to start impeachment proceed-
ings. Outside groups say it’s time. But Pelosi to do what is right and what gets results.”
is carrying on as she has since taking the Her calculus is political as well as practi-
speaker’s gavel in January, promising the cal, knowing that even if Democrats in the
House will methodically pursue its investi- House have the votes to approve articles of
gations of Trump — wherever they lead. impeachment, the Republican majority in
This is Pelosi’s balancing act: toggling the Senate is hardly likely to vote to convict
between mounting pressure from other him. Opinion polling does not favor
Democrats and her own political instincts. impeachment, and a full-blown but failed
She’s sticking with her plans for a more effort might well help the president win re-
measured, “ironclad” investigation that election. Rather than go it alone, she is urg-
makes it clear to Americans the choices ing Democrats to build the case so the public
ahead. It’s uncharted territory for the speaker, is with them, whatever they decide.
and this Congress, with both high risks and “Nothing is off the table,” Pelosi said,
REUTERS possible rewards ahead of the 2020 election. “but we do want to make such a compelling
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds her weekly news conference with Capitol Hill reporters. Trump declared his own challenge on case, such an ironclad case.”

Trump erupts after special counsel says he’s not exonerated


By Deb Riechmann the White House South for nearly two years, even after Mueller On Wednesday, Mueller, in his first pub-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lawn, Trump told announced his resignation and the closure lic remarks on the Russia investigation,
reporters: “Russia did of his office. Democrats are mulling the pointedly rejected Trump’s claims —
WASHINGTON — President Donald not help me get elected. possibility of impeachment proceedings. repeated almost daily — that the special
Trump angrily assailed special counsel You know who got me Trump insisted that he’s been tough on counsel’s investigation cleared him of
Robert Mueller’s motives on Thursday, a elected? You know who Russia and that Moscow would have pre- criminal activity and was a “witch hunt.”
day after Mueller bluntly rebuffed Trump’s got me elected? I got me ferred Clinton as president. But that’s not Mueller emphasized that he had not exon-
repeated claims that the Russia investiga- elected. Russia didn’t what Russian President Vladimir Putin has erated Trump on the question of whether he
tion had cleared him of obstructing jus- help me at all.” said. When asked last year in Helsinki obstructed justice, but said charging
tice. Donald Trump Mueller’s report said whether he wanted Trump to become presi- Trump with any crime was “not an option”
The president also offered mixed mes- Russia interfered in the dent, Putin replied: “Yes, I did.” because of Justice Department rules.
sages on Russia’s efforts to help him election in hopes of getting Trump elect-
defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton in the ed, but his findings and intelligence offi-
2016 campaign. Early in the day, Trump cials have stopped short of saying the
tweeted he had “nothing to do with Russia efforts contributed to Trump’s victory.
helping me get elected.” That was the first Trump’s 20-minute eruption underscored
time he seemed to acknowledge that that he remains deeply distressed over the
Russia tried to help his campaign. Then on probe that has shadowed his presidency
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Netanyahu’s future clouded by rivalry with former ally Netanyahu, serving as his chief of staff dur-
By Josef Federman
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing his first term as prime minister in the
late 1990s. He quickly resigned, however,
JERUSALEM — Prime Minister to protest concessions Netanyahu made to
Benjamin Netanyahu’s complicated rela- the Palestinians and launched a new party,
tionship with an angry former protege has Yisrael Beitenu, appealing primarily to fel-
sent Israeli politics into uncharted waters. low Soviet immigrants.
By triggering an early election, Avigdor That set the stage for one of the longest
Lieberman has raised questions about the and strangest relationships in Israeli poli-
political future of the long-ruling prime tics. While the U.S.-educated Netanyahu has
minister who is bracing for expected crimi- cultivated an image as a telegenic and world-
nal charges in a corruption case. ly statesman, Lieberman speaks in a dour,
He also has emerged as a feared kingmak- Russian-accented monotone. While
er who could continue to threaten Netanyahu presents himself as a leader,
Netanyahu. Lieberman is seen as a master backroom
“They’ve been going at each other for operator.
years,” said Reuven Hazan, a professor in The sharp-tongued Lieberman has been
the political science department at Hebrew the source of countless controversies. He
University. has referred to Arab lawmakers as terrorist
In coalition negotiations over the years, “collaborators,” calling for them to face the
he said that Lieberman has seemingly death penalty, and he led a failed attempt to
enjoyed dragging out talks “until the last require Arab citizens to take a loyalty oath.
minute.” REUTERS He has infuriated Egypt, a key ally, by sug-
The latest showdown, in which Lieberman Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to the media at Israel’s parliament. gesting that Israel bomb Egypt’s Aswan
blocked Netanyahu from forming a coali- Dam, and again by saying angrily that its
tion government, was the culmination of ed Netanyahu, it happened just as President ty” and the prime minister accusing then-President Hosni Mubarak could “go to
years of up-and-down relations between stu- Donald Trump’s Mideast team was arriving Lieberman of being a “serial toppler” of hell.”
dent and mentor. It ended in a vote early to promote a peace initiative. A lengthy governments. Yet he has proven to be a valuable ally to
Thursday morning that dissolved parlia- Israeli election campaign adds even more Lieberman, a 60-year-old former night- Netanyahu, briefly merging their parties
ment less than two months after elections uncertainty to the U.S. plan. club bouncer, immigrated to Israel from the earlier this decade. He has used his influence
and triggered another national vote in The rivals continued to exchange insults former Soviet republic of Moldova in the to secure top posts, including foreign min-
September. Thursday, with Lieberman accusing 1970s. ister and defense minister, but also has feud-
In a further embarrassment to the infuriat- Netanyahu of creating a “cult of personali- He got his start in politics as an aide to ed with him.

Japan, Russia accuse each government plans to increase purchases of Iraqi city of Kirkuk rocked by
Around the world expensive American military equipment
other of military buildups Ashore missile defense systems, saying including F-35 stealth fighter jets and cruise six blasts; at least four killed
TOKYO — Russia and Japan accused each they pose a “potential threat to Russia.” missiles as Japan continues to expand its BAGHDAD — Iraqi security officials say a
other of military buildups as their foreign The Aegis Ashore systems, planned for military cooperation with the U.S. series of explosions in the northern city of
and defense ministers met in Tokyo on deployment in Akita on Japan’s northern Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono Kirkuk has killed at least four people and
Thursday for talks that failed to make coast and in Yamaguchi in the southwest, are accused Russia of a military buildup on
Russian-controlled islands claimed by both wounded 23.
progress on decades-long island disputes. part of Japan’s rapidly expanding missile
countries. The officials said the six blasts went off in
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov defense system to bolster its ability to
said at a joint news conference after the talks The dispute over the islands, which Russia quick succession Thursday night after iftar,
counter potential threats from North Korea the meal that breaks daylong fasting during
that Russia was concerned about Tokyo’s and China. Under guidelines approved in calls the southern Kurils and Japan the
plan to build a pair of land-based Aegis Northern Territories, has prevented the two the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. They
December, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s
countries from signing a peace treaty for- struck center of the city when streets are typ-
mally ending their World War II hostilities. ically crowded.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • May 31, 2019 9


A blueprint for art, learning and public policy John Kelly — a
ing in elective after-
By Gary Waddell, Ed.D. school arts classes
only after their core Guest life lived well
W
e live in troubled times. requirements are
perspective I
There is much broken in have long said that one of the most important non-
met. Those things, profit service agencies in this county is the
our national discourse and while nice add-ons,
the need to prepare our children to be Samaritan House. Not to denigrate the work of our
hardly seem essen- many nonprofits that provide a tremendous and wide
thoughtful and engaged participants tial. all students, and most profoundly
in our grand democratic experiment range of services in challenging circumstances, but
But today’s arts those who have historically had lim- Samaritan House provides an essential safety net for
has never been greater. All of which education is a horse ited opportunity and access. They are those who sometimes desperately need it for nearly 50
begs the question: How do our of a different color: rich, vibrant and the students who have been on the years. It provides everything from food, shelter, health
schools best prepare our youth not complex. It is a way of learning that losing end of this thing that we call care, clothing to financial empowerment. The needs in
only to excel academically, but also doesn’t seek to replace the traditional the achievement gap that, it turns out, the community are always strong and it is always there to
to be thoughtful, reflective, engaged academic disciplines, but rather was really all along about gaps in the help.
and informed? weaves them together and demands a opportunities we provided them. But it wasn’t always that way. While he was not the
Schools have long played a role, disciplined mastery of them. While powerful for every child, arts founder of Samaritan House, John Kelly could be seen as
effective or otherwise, as the great It might look like students explor- learning is transformative for stu- its heart and soul — and its
equalizer in our shared social contract. ing the historical context of a musical dents whose voices have not always spiritual father. Kelly died at
Arguably, public schools are the last score from another century, contrast- been heard and whose opportunities the age of 90 last week.
place in America where we come ing it with the literature and social have been limited by economics, sys- I first met Kelly at a San
together in shared spaces; where the norms of the time. The same students temic bias or our failure as a system Mateo City Council meeting
things that divide us give way to the might then turn their attention to to honor and value the richness and 20 years ago when the city
things that connect us. While our his- researching the social context of the worth inherent in their very being. was contemplating how it
tory is rife with evidence that we have era and engage in seminar discussion These are our young people — wor- would spend its federal grant
not always gotten this right, our pub- with peers about thorny issues of the thy, full of promise and with some- money. At the time, deciding
lic system of schooling is the prom- time, and their relevance today. Then, thing important to say. those grants was a multi-layer
ise of a diverse, dynamic and equitable alone or in tandem, they might be And that, as they say, is the ball process with a variety of non-
society. found designing creative ways to game. profits applying for them,
Given these stakes, the decisions express their voice perhaps by way of So I challenge all of us who care pitching their cause at a
we make about what our children learn a community mural, a performance art deeply about our public schools and Community Relations
matter. We have collectively tended to piece or poetry slam. This is art (and the young people who inhabit them Commission, which made rec-
skew these decisions toward those learning) that is not for the weak of to carry these conversations into our ommendations to the council,
things that we traditionally test — heart. It is rigorous. It is intensive. It deliberations of public policy. In which made the final decision.
reading, writing and mathematics. is consequential. both policy making and art making, At the time, there was some discussion of spreading out
Without argument, these are necessary It is through painting, sculpture, it is imperative that we challenge our- the money to more nonprofits rather than giving it to
skills to master to succeed in school spoken word, creative writing, drama selves to be reflective, bold and tuned some that provided core services. When Kelly got up to
and life beyond. Necessary, but not and digital arts that our young people in to the voices of our youth and their speak, he did so eloquently and with tremendous purpose
sufficient. make sense of our world, their own communities. extolling the virtue of each and every group that sought
Arts education provides a blueprint place in it and share their own unique We owe it to our youth to make art, funding and also providing a context for the council’s
for the kinds of learning that our chil- voice and point of view. The habits of and public policy, that matters. We decision. He said the council would make the right deci-
dren need to thrive as students and mind that the artist exemplifies — will all be better for it. sion but in doing so provided an illustration of what his
human beings. But what do we really inquiry, reflection, creativity and organization does and how it fit into the larger fabric of
mean when we talk about arts educa- expression — are not only the skills
Gary Waddell, Ed.D., is the assistant
the community. It was just about the most amazing syn-
tion? of good art making, but also are the thesis of the essence of community service I had ever
It is easy to conjure up dusty images skills of good students, engaged citi- superintendent of Equity, Educational seen. It wasn’t a soft sell, it was a genuine explanation
of students drawing pictures after read- zens and inspired leaders. Progress and Public Affairs for the and could have provided the council sufficient cover to
ing a story, making craft activities And the heart of the matter is this:
Santa Clara County Office of provide less funding to his very own organization. It did-
(Popsicle sticks and all) to take home This kind of learning is the right of n’t. In fact, when he was done speaking, you could feel
in elementary school, or participat- Education. He liv es in Pacifica.
his words wash over each and every person in that cham-
ber. It was both awe-inspiring, inspirational and lasting.

Letters to the editor I received more from that brief monologue than any
other utterance in that chamber and elsewhere over my
years observing this community. It was a genuine and
extremely powerful expression of community service
John Kelly capturing the essence of this great has shown no warming, apart from delivered in such a way as to provide the true meaning for
man. Jon has known John many the 2016 El Niño event.” This is an the work that was before the deliberating body. It showed
Editor, years and has always been a great sup- example of fallacious reasoning. The
Even though no words can adequate- to me a man who was interested in serving his fellow man
porter of his and his work. Your abili- fallacy here is called “cherry pick- for the most genuine of reasons — simply helping as
ly describe the life and gifts John ty to capture the man, the prophet, ing,” which can be defined as: selec- many people as possible in every way possible.
Kelly gave to so many in San Mateo the humanitarian and the friend with
County, your article in the May 24 tively choosing data that supports I come across a wide range of people in my business.
your words is greatly appreciated. one’s argument while ignoring data Many seek to help others but sometimes do so to advance
edition of the Daily Journal (“San Thank you.
Mateo County community icon John that contradicts the argument. When themselves or some other agenda. Not Kelly. He was the
Kelly dies at 90”) was beautifully you see someone engaging in this noble embodiment of community service. Those who
written. It is a difficult task to put Pam Frisella practice, you can immediately tell knew him better than I did say he lived a pauper’s life,
into words how John’s life was spent Foster City that person is not a scientist. You can with very few material possessions. In this era and place
bringing to our county’s attention the also ignore the person’s other argu- of riches and the trouble caused by such riches, seeing
need to help those underserved. Our ments as they have just made it clear and knowing someone who shirked it is certainly
county rose to his challenge and still Introduction to logic that they do not know how to think notable.
Later, after his stroke, Kelly had the idea of writing a
does through the continued great Editor, logically and coherently.
few pieces for us about his experience in restorative jus-
work of Samaritan House, Service In his letter “Climate change” in
tice at San Quentin State Prison. He felt others might
League, Police Activities League and the May 21 edition of the Daily
Chuck Simmons benefit from his discoveries and mentioned that he
so many more non-profits. I would Journal, Bob Cohen offers: “I suggest
thought we might be a good venue for revealing it. I was
like to thank the reporter, Anna you look at NOAA’s Climate Redwood City
happy to do it. He made a point to come into the office to
Schuessler, and editor, Jon Mays, for Reference Network which since 2004
meet me and slowly made it up to the second floor with
his walker to do so. He felt we should meet again if we
OUR MISSION: were to be working together. Though he was only able to
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most write a small amount for us, I do believe it was a positive
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. for the community to learn what he was up to. We
By combining local news and sports coverage, exchanged notes now and then but then lost touch as he
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, got older and less able.
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to These are small exchanges and my observation in the
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality
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Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we work that Kelly exhibited throughout all his years.
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Kelly’s commitment to the community was the selfless
embodiment of service to others — ensuring that no one
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Stocks muster slight gains after listless day


By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 25,218.54
Major U.S. stock indexes capped a day of Low: 25,066.75
listless trading with modest gains Thursday, Close: 25,169.88
snapping the market’s two-day losing
streak. Change: +43.47
A late flurry of buying helped lift the
indexes, which had spent much of the day
OTHER INDEXES
moving sideways after an early rally lost S&P 500: 2788.86 +5.84
momentum. Even so, the market remained NYSE Index: 12,393.66 +7.45
on track for its fourth straight weekly loss Nasdaq: 7567.72 +20.41
and its first monthly decline of the year.
Gains in technology, health care and con- NYSE MKT: 2456.66 -11.79
sumer discretionary stocks outweighed Russell 2000: 1485.53 -4.42
losses in energy, financials and other sec- Wilshire 5000: 28,748.31 +38.16
tors. Bond prices rose again, sending yields
lower. Oil and gas prices fell sharply.
Stocks have been sliding in volatile trad- 10-Yr Bond: 2.22 -0.00
ing all month as investors come to grips Oil (per barrel): 56.54 -2.27
with the potential impact that the escalat- Gold : 1,293.10 +6.80
ing trade war between the U.S. and China
could have on corporate and economic
growth. With one day left of trading in May, Nasdaq composite is up 14.1%. market’s gains Thursday. Keysight bond yields lower. When bond yields
the S&P 500 is heading for a monthly loss Trade concerns could continue to hang Technologies led the sector and all other decline they pull down interest rates, mak-
of about 5.3%. over the market through late June. That’s S&P 500 stocks, surging 11.3% after the ing loans less profitable. Bank of America
“This 5% or 6% sell-off is really just a when U.S. and Chinese leaders will have an electronics company’s first quarter profits slid 2.1% and Capital One Financial lost
resetting of expectations, especially with opportunity to meet at the next G20 summit beat analysts’ forecasts. Intel rose 1.1% and 1.2%.
the sentiment that’s been a gloomy over- in Japan. Qualcomm gained 1.3%. The yield on the benchmark 10-year
hang,” said David Lyon, global investment “We don’t expect there to be some grand Health care companies, retailers and Treasury note fell to 2.22% from 2.23% late
specialist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank. bargain, but that will definitely set the restaurant chains also notched gains. Vertex Wednesday. The yield has been at the lowest
The S&P 500 index rose 5.84 points, or tone,” said Jim Smigiel, chief investment Pharmaceuticals climbed 2. 2%. Home level in nearly two years since Tuesday.
0. 2%, to 2, 788. 86. The Dow Jones officer of non-traditional strategies at SEI. Depot gained 1.2% and McDonald’s rose Lower bond yields are typically a sign that
Industrial Average gained 43.47 points, or Until then, investors will have to deal 1.6%. Dollar General had its biggest gain in investors are worried about weakening eco-
0.2%, to 25,169.88. with more uncertainty over the trade war’s five months after the discount retail chain nomic growth.
The Nasdaq composite added 20. 41 impact on global growth, corporate profit reported solid quarterly results. Investors had their eye on a mixed batch
points, or 0.3%, to 7,567.72. The Russell results and monetary policy. Energy stocks took the heaviest losses as of corporate earnings reports Thursday.
2000 index of smaller companies fell 4.42 In early May the U.S. and China conclud- crude oil prices fell sharply on oversupply Dollar General rose 7.2% and Dollar Tree
points, or 0.3%, to 1,485.53. ed their 11th round of trade talks with no concerns. The federal government reported gained 3.1% after the discount retailers gave
Major stock indexes in Europe rose broad- agreement. The U.S. then more than doubled that crude stocks fell just under 300,000 investors solid quarterly earnings results.
ly. duties on $200 billion in Chinese imports, barrels last week. Oil trading advisory firm Some retailers put investors in a selling
The U.S. stock market’s slump in May and China responded by raising its own tar- Ritterbusch and Associates expected a mood.
follows a yearlong run for the S&P 500 that iffs. decline of 2 million barrels. Chevron slid PVH, the owner of the Calvin Klein and
culminated in an all-time high on April 30. Technology stocks, which are trailing 1. 2% and Marathon Petroleum dropped Tommy Hilfiger brands, plunged 14.9%
The benchmark index is still up 11.2% for only the energy sector in terms of losses 3.8%. after cutting its full year profit forecast
the year, while the technology-heavy this month, accounted for a big chunk of the Banks fell as bond prices rose, sending because of weak sales.

Gap’s 1Q results fall short


of Wall Street estimates
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tations. The average estimate of 10 ana-
lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
SAN FRANCISCO — Gap Inc. reported Research was for earnings of 31 cents per
fiscal first-quarter results on Thursday that share.
fell well short of analysts’ expectations, “This quarter was extremely challenging,
sending the company’s stock tumbling and we are not at all satisfied with our
more than 10% in after-market trading. results,” said Art Peck, president and CEO
The downbeat performance comes three of Gap in a statement.
months after the retailer said it was creating The clothing chain posted revenue of
two independent publicly traded companies $3.71 billion in the period, down from
— low-priced juggernaut Old Navy and a $3.78 billion in the year-ago period. Sales
yet-to-be named company that will hold the also fell short of Street forecasts. Eight
iconic Gap brand and Banana Republic, as analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $3.76 REUTERS
well as the lesser known names Athleta, billion in the latest quarter. The logo of Uber is seen on a smartphone screen with a picture of a stock exchange graph.
Intermix and Hill City. Gap’s overall global sales at stores
The San Francisco-based company said
the spin-off will enable each company to
focus on flexibility and pare down costs.
opened at least a year fell 4% for the quarter.
By brand, Old Navy had a 1% drop, while
Gap suffered a 10% drop. Banana Republic
Uber’s first quarter losses reach
The company reported fiscal first-quarter
net income of $227 million, or 60 cents per
share, up from $164 million, or 42 cents
per share, in the year-ago period. Earnings,
recorded a 3% decline.
Gap expects adjusted full-year earnings in
the range of $2.05 to $2.15 per share.
Analysts expected $2.45 per share, accord-
$1B despite revenue growth
By Cathy Bussewutz “Our investments remain focused on
adjusted for non-recurring gains, were 24 ing to FactSet. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS global platform expansion and long-term
cents per share. Gap’s stock fell $2.18 to $18.42 in after- product and technology differentiation, but
The results fell short of Wall Street expec- market trading on Thursday. NEW YORK — Uber is continuing to we will not hesitate to invest to defend our
bleed money even as it posts dramatic rev- market position globally, ” said Nelson
enue growth. Chai, Uber’s chief financial officer, in a
In its first financial release since its statement.
lackluster debut on Wall Street, Uber Chai added that Uber noticed less aggres-
reported Thursday that its revenue rose to sive pricing by its competitors, and that
$3.1 billion in the first quarter of 2019, up trend has continued into the second quarter.
20% from the same time last year. But the CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said customer
ride-hailing giant posted $1 billion in engagement across Uber’s platform was
losses as it fights to maintain its share of higher than ever, with an average of 17
the market. million trips per day.
San Francisco-based Uber, like its main “Earlier this month we took the impor-
U.S. competitor Lyft, has spent heavily on tant step of becoming a public company,
rider promotions and driver incentives to and we are now focused on executing our
gain market share, one reason the compa- strategy to become a one-stop shop for
nies have struggled to reach profitability. local transportation and commerce, ”
Both are dealing with intense competition, Khosrowshahi said in a statement.
high costs to pay drivers, increased regula- Uber went public three weeks ago and its
tion by cites and a long, uncertain road to shares have been trading below its IPO
the development of autonomous vehicles. price ever since.
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Friday • May 31, 2019

Stanford catcher has a backup plan


Handley would love to play pro baseball — and also become a surgeon
By Janie McCauley Handley is a junior catcher at Stanford eli- and making sure I’m still interested,”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gible for next week’s amateur draft. His fall- Handley says. “Ideally I go out and play
back plan is to attend medical school and baseball forever, and when I’m 40 I can be
become an orthopedic surgeon. like, ‘All right, what do I want to do with my
STANFORD — Last summer in the Cape life?’ It’s definitely stuff that interests me.”
Cod League, when most everybody else At home in Colorado, Handley shadows
doctors at every chance. He did the same All of the doctors he encounters encourage
focused on baseball and nothing more, Handley to chase his baseball dream first,
STANFORD ATHLETICS Maverick Handley carved out extra time to while playing for Falmouth on the Cape.
telling him, “You can always go back to
Stanford’s junior catcher Maverick Handley is work toward his pre-med path and future after “No internships that were too serious medical school, you can’t always play base-
working toward a career in professional sports. where I was really getting my hands dirty ball.”
baseball. But if that doesn’t work out, he wants Observe a surgery in his spare time? and putting in some serious hours, but
to become a surgeon. Absolutely. enough to where I’m still getting exposure See STANFORD, Page 16

Giants 3, Marlins 1
Raptors shoot down Warriors Giants end
By Brian Mahoney
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Raptors 118, Warriors 109
TORONTO — Pascal Siakam scored a
playoff career-high 32 points and the
Toronto Raptors won the first NBA Finals
seven-game
game played outside the U.S., beating the
Golden State Warriors 118-109 on Thursday
night.
The Raptors hardly looked like newcom-
losing streak
By Steven Wine
ers to the NBA’s biggest stage, controlling
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the action most of the way against a Golden
State team beginning its fifth straight NBA
MIAMI — The Marlins were ahead on the
Finals appearance.
scoreboard and closing fast in the standings
Kawhi Leonard added 23 points and Marc
when the Giants finally came up with a cou-
Gasol had 20 for the Raptors, fueled by a
ple of big hits to end a skid.
crowd that couldn’t wait for a party 24 years
Brandon Crawford delivered a tiebreaking
in the making.
two-run double in the eighth inning, and
“I think they were into it and that’s the
San Francisco broke a
way it should be, man,” Raptors coach Nick
seven-game losing
Nurse said. “That’s what home court is, and
streak by rallying past
our fans deserve a bunch of credit for being a
Miami 3-1 Thursday.
big part of that.”
“You go through these
Stephen Curry scored 34 points and Klay
things, and there’s no
Thompson had 21 for the Warriors, who had
question a win does a lot
won all four Game 1s in the last four years.
for a club,” San Francisco
All those had come at home, but this time
manager Bruce Bochy
Golden State doesn’t have home-court — or
said.
home country — advantage. Brandon The Giants averted a
Game 2 is Sunday night in Toronto, which Crawford series sweep against the
is hosting an NBA Finals game for the first
team with the National League’s worst
time after the Raptors entered the league as
record, and left town 2 1/2 games ahead of
an expansion team in 1995.
Miami.
The Raptors were perhaps a little jittery at
“That was the goal coming into today —
the start, with Kyle Lowry firing a pass well
break the streak,” Crawford said. “It will be
out of bounds on their first possession.
a happy flight.”
But they quickly settled in afterward,
San Francisco’s Tyler Beede, recalled
building a 10-point lead by halftime.
before the game from Triple-A Sacramento,
Siakam then went 6 for 6 in the third quar-
allowed one run in six innings to lower his
ter to keep Golden State from gaining much
ERA in four appearances to 7.82.
ground, and the Raptors kept their lead
“What a great start,” Bochy said. “We
around double digits for much of the final
needed it in the worst way.”
quarter, countering every attempt the
Beebe earned another start next week at
Warriors made to catch up.
the Mets, Bochy said. Three relievers com-
“I thought we made a good effort in the
pleted a seven-hitter.
second half, got back in the game. Our guys
“We won a game we needed to win to get
did some good things, but made too many
over that hump,” Beede said.
mistakes to actually go ahead and win the
The Giants, who won with six hits, trailed
game,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
1-0 in the seventh when Crawford doubled
All four of the Warriors’ previous finals
and scored on a single by Mike
were against LeBron James and the
Yastrzemski, who earned his first career
Cleveland Cavaliers, and they struggled to
DAN HAMILTON/USA TODAY SPORTS RBI.
figure out a new opponent. Toronto shot
Steph Curry shoots over Toronto’s Kyle Lowry. Curry scored a game-hgh 34 points, but it
See NBA, Page 14 wasn’t enough as the Raptors took Game 1 of the NBA Finals. See GIANTS, Page 14

Newsom backs bill that helps protect race horses


By John Antczak are unacceptable, ” without the usual legal notice at least 10 progress we have made to date with owners,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Newsom said in a state- days in advance of a vote, or the 48-hour trainers, jockeys and all other stakeholders
ment. “We must hold the requirement in the case of so-called special who are prioritizing horse and rider safety,”
LOS ANGELES — Gov. Gavin Newsom horse racing industry to meetings. The bill has cleared the Senate he said.
said he’s supporting legislation that would account. If we can regu- and now goes to the Assembly. Santa Anita’s current meet ends June 23.
give the California Horse Racing Board late horse race meets, we “Santa Anita Park has led the way in On Nov. 1-2, it will host the Breeders’ Cup,
authority to quickly suspend a meet license should have the authority implementing historic reforms that modern considered the biggest two-day event in
when necessary to protect the health and to suspend licenses when racing requires, ” Stefan Friedman, a U.S. horse racing.
safety of horses or riders. animal or human welfare spokesman for tracks owner The Stronach The rate of deaths began drawing notice
The announcement Thursday follows the Gavin Newsom is at risk.” Group, said in an email to the Associated during winter when the track east of Los
deaths of 26 horses at Santa Anita since The legislation, Press. Angeles received unusually heavy rain,
Dec. 26. SB469 by state Sen. Bill Dodd, would allow “We are committed to working with
“The recent horse fatalities in California the board to immediately suspend a license Governor Newson and to continue the See HORSES, Page 13
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Boston’s top line looks to break out


By Stephen Whyno be said to be certain except a jacked-up the role they have all playoffs.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS atmosphere Bouwmeester and Parayko “They skate well both those guys and just
sticking to that line like glue. don’t give them a lot of room,” Berube said.
ST. LOUIS — Bruce Cassidy figures some- Cassidy gave St. Louis credit for defend- “It’s a very good line. It’s hard to handle
time before the puck drops for Game 3 of the ing well while also predicting his top line them for sure. They do a lot of things well.
Stanley Cup Final, the Boston Bruins’ first won’t be held off the scoresheet 5-on-5 for- So far it’s been pretty good, but we’ve got to
line will get together. ever. continue to do that. It’s a tough line to
Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and “Usually if they check well, get pucks defend.”
David Pastrnak will talk about what hasn’t back, they’ll get some odd-man rushes That’s preaching to the choir for Toronto,
gone right so far in the series against the St. against offensive lines,” Cassidy said. “If Columbus and Carolina — the teams Boston
Louis Blues and what they need to do better. they support the puck close together, bulldozed through to get to this point. This
Maybe assistant Jay Pandolfo will show they’ll get their chances. If they’re able to is the first time this postseason Marchand,
them some video clips for good measure. separate down low against those man-to- Bergeron and Pastrnak haven’t been able to
“They’re students of the game where they man type of defenders, they’ll get some get on track.
see an opening,” Cassidy said Thursday. chances. They got a few. They haven’t fin- Pastrnak believes the key is getting to
WINSLOW TOWNSON/USA TODAY SPORTS
“Listen, we’re in the finals. These are good ished yet. I wouldn’t say that that line has loose pucks and producing more chances,
The Boston Bruins need its top line of Patrice
players they’re playing against every been dormant by any means.” which this line certainly is capable of
Bergeron, left, Brad Marchand, right, and
night, so they’ve got to find that little edge This is dormant by their standards. doing.
David Pastrnak to start producing in the
and I suspect they’ll work hard to do that in Perhaps that’s why Pastrak’s answer to what “We want to spend more time in O-zone
Stanley Cup finals against St. Louis.
Game 3.” he and his linemates could do better was, and always be stronger on the puck, ”
One of Boston’s biggest strength through know how we can play.” “Obviously, maybe produce more?” That Pastrnak said. “Once we get to the O-zone,
the first three rounds of the playoffs has How they can play is pretty darn domi- actually starts in the defensive end with get- just try to hang on to the pucks and get
been virtually nonexistent so far against St. nant. They were responsible for 23 of the ting the puck back and going on the offen- those second opportunity pucks back to us.”
Louis. Marchand, Bergeron and Pastrnak Bruins’ 32 goals going into the final and sive. Because Schwartz, Schenn and Tarasenko
have zero even-strength points against the exploited matchups against offensive trios “I think executing a little better in our are already responsible for three goals in the
defensively sound Blues and will look to similar to the Blues’ top line. zone — I think it starts there,” Bergeron series, Cassidy expects Berube to try to put
break out on the road in Game 3 on Saturday That success hasn’t materialized — yet — said. “We have to play a little bit more our them on the ice against the Bruins’ first line
to try to put the Bruins up again in the best- against the Blues, who have tried to get the way, our style.” as much as possible in St. Louis. He also
of-seven series. shutdown defense pairing of Jay That style won’t be easy to get do because thinks his guys are prepared and eager for
“We need to capitalize,” Bergeron said in Bouwmeester and Colton Parayko against the Blues get the last line change at home that.
Boston. “For us, it’s about being better. Marchand, Bergeron and Pastrnak as much and can dictate the matchups. Coach Craig “It’s a big challenge for Bergy, March and
We’ve dealt with this this whole playoffs as possible. In the first home Cup Final Berube likes going power on power and Pastrnak,” Cassidy said. “They’ve been up
against different lines. It’s no different. We game in St. Louis since 1970, nothing can leaning on Bouwmeester and Parayko to fill to it. I don’t imagine that will change.”

Sports brief
Nick Foles rejoins Jaguars after wife’s miscarriage
Osaka, Williams, Djokovic advance at French Open
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “I didn’t stop trying at all,” Osaka said. “Every point was
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Quarterback Nick Foles has kind of, like, pedal to the metal.”
rejoined the Jacksonville Jaguars for organized team activ- PARIS — Naomi Osaka is grinding her way through the The eighth game of the second set was pivotal. After saving
ities following his wife’s miscarriage. French Open the hard way. two break points, Azarenka doubled-faulted. Osaka leveled at
Foles arrived at the practice facility Thursday morning To cling onto her quest for a third consecutive Grand Slam 4-4 and the momentum started to shift. It was the seventh
and was expected to take part in the team’s two-hour prac- title, the top-ranked Osaka again had to rally from first-set break point Azarenka had faced in the set, and the first she had
tice. woes to beat former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 failed to save.
Foles’ wife, Tori, announced Wednesday on Instagram that Thursday in the second round. But Azarenka still saved three set points before Osaka final-
she had a miscarriage and said getting over the “traumatic Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic also advanced, with ly leveled the match with a backhand cross-court winner.
loss” will take time. far easier straight-set wins. The third set was packed with drama, too, with Osaka finally
Osaka considered herself unfortunate to be drawn against taming Azarenka with her third match point, when her com-
Azarenka and the powerful, accurate tennis produced by the 29- bative opponent hit long.
year-old Belarusian playing in her 12th French Open showed Osaka’s next opponent, 42nd-ranked Katerina Siniakova,
why. hasn’t been past the third round in her 18 previous Grand Slam
Although now ranked No. 43 and without a major title since tournaments.
winning the Australian Open in 2012 and 2013, Azarenka took Williams will play Sofia Kenin, an American ranked No. 35,
a 4-0 lead on Court Suzanne Lenglen and kept Osaka under con- in the third round. The 23-time major champion defeated
stant pressure. Japanese qualifier Kurumi Nara, 6-3, 6-2 to advance.
“I got rolled,” Osaka said. “She kind of killed me in the first Djokovic notched up another career milestone: His young
set.” son, Stefan, watched him play, and win, at Roland Garros for
Broken by a backhand volley at the net from Azarenka in the the first time. The top-ranked player bidding to win his fourth
fifth game of the second set, the U.S Open and Australian Open consecutive major beat 104th-ranked Henri Laaksonen 6-1, 6-
champion from Japan seemed to be in deep trouble. But, as she 4, 6-3.
did against first-round opponent Anna Karolina Schmiedlova, Djokovic will play 147th-ranked Salvatore Caruso of Italy
Osaka again proved her resilience. in the third round.

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Group seeks to infuse youth UCLA opens softball
into horse racing industry world series with win THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American, took the loss. She gave up seven
By Stephen Whyno Bussanich firmly believes “if we don’t get runs, but just three earned, in 5 2/3 innings
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS these young people into the sport, we’re OKLAHOMA CITY — Minnesota was for the seventh-seeded Golden Gophers.
not going to have horse racing.” A 2016 building momentum in its first Women’s Jordan’s homer came after an error, so all
Dare Sutton and Sam Bussanich watched study noted the average horse racing fan is College World Series appearance. three of those runs were unearned.
the horses run at Keeneland Racecourse and 63 , — younger only than golf — and deci- UCLA’s Aaliyah Jordan crushed it. Her Minnesota (46-13) will play Washington
a crazy idea came to mind. sion makers, owners and trainers are still three-run homer in the sixth inning helped on Saturday in an elimination game.
Sutton, 24, suggested they buy one. prominently older white men. UCLA beat the Golden Gophers 7-2 on
Thursday at the Women’s College World UCLA got on the board in the first inning
Bussanich was game. “We constantly sit around board room
Series. when Nickles hit a solo homer to left field.
“We’re both young,” said Bussanich, 21. tables and say, ‘How are we going to get
Kinsley Washington walked with the bases
“We both make stupid decisions. Why not?” more young people involved in horse rac- Minnesota had just rallied to cut its deficit
loaded to push UCLA’s lead to 2-0 in the sec-
They soon discovered buying a horse was ing?”’ owner and Thoroughbred Ideas to 3-2 in its half of the sixth inning before
ond and Taylor Pack’s sacrifice fly scored
too lofty a goal, but that conversation Foundation president and CEO said Craig Jordan’s blast gave Rachel Garcia the sup-
Jordan in the third to make it 3-0.
sparked a move horse racing officials hope Bernick said. “I’m the youngest person port she needed. Garcia, the USA Softball
can help change the face of the sport during around the table a lot of times and I’m 41.” Collegiate Player of the Year, pitched a com- Minnesota scored its first World Series
a turbulent time. Along with friend Sophie Nexus is full of people horse racing exec- plete game for the second-seeded Bruins run in the sixth when Natalie DenHartog
Shore, they founded Nexus Racing Club to utives yearn to attract: Bussanich grew up in (52-6). doubled to score Maddie Houlihan. Allie
give 18- to 30-year-olds a chance to get into New Jersey and developed her affection for UCLA will play Pac-12 rival Arizona on Arneson’s single scored DenHartog to make
the sport through exclusive access, net- the sport from going to a track in Florida at Friday for a spot in the semifinals. Arizona it 3-2.
working events and connections to those age 6; Sutton fell in love when filly Rags to won two of the three meetings earlier in Washington scored for UCLA in the sixth,
who run the industry. Riches won the 2007 Belmont and Nexus May. then Jordan hit her homer to put the Bruins
Amid the uproar over fatalities at Santa member relations director Mary Cage was Amber Fiser, an NFCA first-team All- up 7-2.
Anita , the Kentucky Derby disqualifica- hooked by Smarty Jones’ underdog story
tion, challenges from expanded legalized
sports gambling and an aging fan base,
horse racing badly needs an infusion of
youth. Now, these young women have the
during the 2004 Triple Crown.
Horse racing is so often a passion passed
down generationally. The Nexus co-
founders are trying to break down what they
Arizona gets past Washington
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS back, have Washington our first game — to
chance to help revive what’s sometimes see as a high barrier into the industry. do what we did to them was just nice.”
referred to as a dying sport. “We just hope to show people that you OKLAHOMA CITY — Arizona coach Mike It was a triumphant return to the World
“Young people can bring new creative don’t just have to be born into this sport,” Candrea wasn’t sure how his team would han- Series for sixth-seeded Arizona, which has 23
ideas to the sport,” said Jaime Roth, who said Sutton, who’s midway through optom- dle the pressure of his program’s first appearances — second most of any program
runs her family’s LNJ Foxwoods stable. etry school at Indiana University. “You Women’s College World Series game since behind UCLA — and eight national titles. The
“Are there bad things? Yeah. But for the don’t have to be super rich or anything. 2010. Wildcats made it look like old times against
most part, it’s a great sport. We’re depend- That’s what we hope to do is just make it Turns out, the Wildcats were just fine. last year’s national runner-up.
ent on the future and young women are a big accessible, see that it is a possibility to get Dejah Mulipola’s two-run homer to center Washington pitcher Taran Alvelo pitched a
part of the future.” involved and enjoy this sport.” field in the top of the eighth inning powered complete game and struck out 11, but the
Arizona to a 3-1 win over Washington on third-seeded Huskies (50-8) failed her by leav-
when a 9-year-old gelding was euthanized Thursday. ing nine runners on base. She had two wins

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Continued from page 11
after injuring a leg in a race a day earlier. It
was the third horse death in nine days.
Among the array of new measures aimed at
Mulipola’s 23rd homer of the season
helped the Wildcats (48-12) turn the tables on
a Washington squad that went to Arizona’s
against the Wildcats during the regular sea-
son.
Arizona entered the World Series ranked
field earlier this month and earned a three- second in the nation with 106 home runs. The
improving safety, The Stronach Group
game sweep. Wildcats added to their total when Jessie
bringing scrutiny of the condition of the invested $500,000 in a scanning machine
“We kind of took it personal that we got Harper hit her nation-leading 29th of the sea-
surface. to detect injuries.
swept at home,” Mulipola said. “To come son to put Arizona up 1-0 in the sixth inning.
Most of the deaths occurred before the In addition, no race-day medications are
track temporarily suspended racing in early allowed except for the anti-bleeding med-
March and limited training. ication Lasix, which will be phased out in
Before racing resumed March 29, Santa stages. Medications for horses in training
Anita instituted medication limits and pro- require a diagnosis from a state-qualified
vided additional track veterinarians to mon- veterinarian, and transparency of veterinar-
itor training hours. The racing board also ian records has been increased.
increased veterinarian, steward and investi- Timed, high-speed workouts require per-
gator staffing time. mission at least 48 hours in advance so that
In the meantime, the Los Angeles County veterinarians can try to identify at-risk risk
district attorney opened an investigation horses.
and animal-rights activists have protested The group also said it would continue
at the track. working with independent track surface
The most recent death was on May 26, experts.
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GIANTS Poor shooting, turnovers doom Golden State


Continued from page 11 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the last three of those contests,
Golden State rallied to beat
With the score 1-all, Adam TORONTO — Maybe it was the Portland.
Conley (1-5) walked pinch hitter rust. Maybe it was the Raptors. Toronto didn’t fold and let this
Buster Posey in the eighth. one slip away.
Brandon Belt followed with a bro- Either way, Golden State’s offense
was not at its usual high-octane Stephen Curry and Klay
ken-bat single, and Evan Longoria
level on Thursday night in Game 1 Thompson combined for 16 field
walked to load the bases. Crawford
of the NBA Finals — and for the first goals; the rest of the Warriors com-
greeted Wei-Yin Chen with a
time in this era of Warriors basket- bined for only 18. Draymond Green,
ground-rule double for a 3-1 lead.
ball, they face a 1-0 deficit in the who did have a triple-double, shot 2
It was a heady moment for the for 9. Andre Iguodala was 3 for 7,
title series.
Giants, who were outscored 62-20 missing all four of his tries from 3-
during their losing streak. The Warriors shot 44 percent,
turned the ball over 17 times and fell point range.
“We’re sputtering a little bit, and This is a matchup of offense vs.
it was good to see Craw deliver,” to the Toronto Raptors 118-109 in
the series opener. Going back to the defense, the freewheeling Warriors
Bochy said. “That’s what we’re against a Toronto team that has now
used to.” 1975 finals, the Warriors had won
Game 1 of the title matchup in each peeled off five consecutive wins
Crawford hiked his average to since falling behind Milwaukee 2-0
of their last five appearances in the
.215. in the Eastern Conference finals.
series. The last time Golden State
Reyes Moronta (2-4) worked a lost a Game 1 of the finals was The Raptors turned that series JOHN E. SOKOLOWSKI/USA TODAY SPORTS
scoreless seventh, and Will Smith 1967. around by clamping down at the Golden State’s DeMarcus Cousins fouls Toronto’s Sege Ibaka.
pitched a perfect ninth for his 13th defensive end, particularly against isn’t expected back for Game 2, heads home to the Bay Area to pre-
save. Golden State was playing for the
first time in 10 days, and trailed for Bucks star and likely MVP Giannis either. The Warriors have said he pare for Game 3 on Wednesday
Sandy Alcantara pitched six nearly 43 of the game’s 48 minutes. Antetokounmpo. won’t play until he can return to a night.
innings, singled home the The Warriors trailed by 10 at the This time, it was against every- full-fledged practice, and earlier So if something is going to
Marlins’ lone run and departed with half, marking the fourth consecu- one. Thursday coach Steve Kerr said it change on Sunday when the finals
a 1-0 lead. He worked around two tive game where Golden State faced a Golden State’s two-time reigning was unlikely that Durant partici- resume in Toronto, it won’t be with
hits, five walks and a hit batsman. double-digit deficit at some point. NBA Finals MVP in Kevin Durant pates in a practice before the team Durant aiding the cause.
“I feel good, but also feel bad,”
he said. “The bases on balls were a was red hot, shooting 14 for 17 Leonard wasn’t the dominant
problem.”

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NBA
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from the field — and he tipped in his
own shot on the last of those miss-
es with 54 seconds to play.
force he was in the first three rounds,
when he averaged 31.2 points. But
he had eight rebounds and five
TIP-INS
Warri o rs : Cousins finished with
three points in eight minutes. ...
Gi ants : LHP Drew Pomeranz (1- Fans began arriving at Jurassic assists in his first NBA Finals game Draymond Green had his fifth triple-
5, 6. 45) is scheduled to start 50.6 percent from the field and the Park outside the arena in the morn- since winning MVP of the 2014 double of the postseason with 10
Friday when the Giants begin a Warriors never found an answer for ing. There were lengthy lines at the championship with the Spurs. points, 10 rebounds and assists, but
three-game series in Baltimore. Siakam, the finalist for Most arena entrances hours before the shot just 2 for 9. ... Golden State had
Pomeranz lasted just 2 2/3 innings game, with some of the few fans DeMarcus Cousins made it back a 12-game winning streak in Game
Improved Player who has a nice start
in his most recent outing, when who weren’t wearing Raptors red from a torn left quadriceps to come 1s snapped. ... Curry’s four 3-point-
for an NBA Finals MVP resume.
San Francisco lost to Arizona 18- sticking to their original purple uni- off the bench in his first NBA Finals ers gave him a record 102 in the
2. The player nicknamed Spicy P form with the dinosaur logo. game. NBA Finals.
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Higa leads US Women’s Open
By Pete Iacobelli
Moore in first at Memorial
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nine,” Woods said. “That made things a little
more complicated.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DUBLIN, Ohio — Tiger Woods got off to a Golf still is measured by score, and Moore
slower start than he would have liked had the lowest on a rain-softened Muirfield
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Japan’s Mamiko Thursday at the Memorial. Village. Only two of his seven birdies were
Higa shot the lowest round in a U. S. That had more do with a stopwatch than a longer than 10 feet, and the only time he
Women’s Open debut, a bogey-free 6-under scorecard. came close to a bogey was on his opening
65 that gave her a one-shot lead Thursday Ryan Moore opened with five birdies in hole, where he saved par with a 6-foot putt.
over American amateur Gina Kim and seven holes and never Spieth looked as though he couldn’t miss
Germany’s Esther Henseleit. missed a fairway after the for the longest time. On his second hole, the
The 25-year-old Higa tied for the third- first one, posting a 7- par-5 11th, his wedge came up so short on a
lowest round in U.S. Women’s Open histo- under 65 for his best start soft green that it spun off the front. He
ry. Helen Alfredsson holds the record with a in his 14th appearance at chipped in from 50 feet for birdie. Another
63 in the opening round in 1994. JOHN DAVID MERCER/USA TODAY SPORTS Muirfield Village. He was chip from thick rough caught the slope on
Kim, a sophomore on Duke’s golf team, Japan’s Mamiko Higa shot a 6-under 65 for a one shot ahead of Jordan the back of the par-5 15th green and rolled
holed out for eagle from a fairway bunker on one-shot lead after the first round of the US Spieth, who chipped in down to 3 feet for a birdie.
her next-to-last hole, the eighth at the Women’s Open. Higa’s score was the lowest for birdie, chipped in for He went out in 32, made an 8-foot birdie
Country Club of Charleston, then had a two-
putt birdie to close her round of 66.
by any golfer making her US Open debut. Ryan Moore par and holed a 35-foot putt on No. 3 and then had consecutive holes
eagle putt. that illustrated how his round was going.
Celine Boutier of France shot 67. I just enjoyed 18 holes today.” Woods made a pair of late birdies to sal- On the par-3 fourth, his tee shot was buried
Sei Young Kim of South Korea and The 20-year-old Henseleit was a German vage a 70 in his first round since missing the in the slope of a mound above the bunker.
Azahara Munoz of Spain were tied at 68. A youth champion who has had six top-10 cut at the PGA Championship. He played his With his feet well below the ball, he hooked
group of seven featuring American sisters finishes in seven Ladies European Tour back nine in a foursome with Bryson it out onto and across the green into more
Jessica and Nelly Korda and another U.S. events this season. DeChambeau, Justin Rose and a rules official rough, and then chipped in for par. On the
amateur in Andrea Lee were tied at 69. She finished as the first alternate in in a cart timing them because they were so far par-5 fifth, his hybrid caught the right side of
Higa has won five times on the Japan London qualifying for this event and waited out of position. the green and he rolled in the long eagle putt.
LPGA Tour, including a victory in March, fretfully for several weeks before the call “We were on the clock most of the back Spieth took only 22 putts for the round.
but may be best known in her country for came saying she was in. Like Higa,
marrying sumo wrestler Ikiori last fall on Henseleit also played without a bogey and
their shared birthdays of Oct. 11. moved within a shot of Higa’s lead on the
She qualified for the Open as a top-five par-5 fifth — Henseleit began her round on
money winner on Japan LPGA and being the 10th hole — when she put her approach
inside the top 50 in the world ranking. inside 3 feet of the cup for a birdie.
Still, Higa didn’t hold much hope that she “It’s a completely new experience for me
could succeed on a course she hadn’t played to play here and the grandstands are huge
before last weekend. and very many people around,” she said.
Higa, though, got going quickly with “But I don’t feel like it’s too much for me.
birdies on the third, fourth and fifth holes. So I really like that.”
She got streaky again on the ninth and Gina Kim, 19, had a strong finish with
10th, putting a bunker shot within 3 feet four birdies and that eagle her final eight
for a tap-in birdie on No. 9 and rolling in a holes. She was in a fairway bunker on the
25-footer on the 10th to move to 5 under par-4 eighth hole, 141 yards away when her
before much of the field even got going. approach rolled into the cup. Kim had a 25-
Higa struck once more on the par-3 17th footer for eagle on her closing hole, the par-
with her tee shot landing inside 8 feet for a 5 ninth, and came a foot or so right before
final birdie. tapping in to become the leading American
Higa said she arrived Saturday with few on the scoreboard.
expectations, let alone leading the major Kim, who began her round on No. 10, had
event. “I not only golf, but I enjoy the life earlier chipped in for birdie from the bunker
here,” she said through an interpreter. “And on the par-3 17th.
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find a way, any way we can, to still develop never asking for shortcuts. Unless you ask
Baseball briefs
Fresno Grizzlies loses sponsor
STANFORD
Continued from page 11
him as a player with allowing him to do what
he needs to do from the academic side of it. My
obligation is just to be available to him.”
him or people tell you, you really don’t
know how much stuff that kid is doing off
the field. It’s quite amazing.”
due to Ocasio-Cortez video Everyone who knows Handley figures if it Handley came to Stanford with a plan and
were possible he would probably pack even made sure to get his academic adviser on
FRESNO — A company has cut ties with a “It’s just kind of stuck with me,” he says. more into his busy schedule. That includes board from Day 1.
California minor league baseball team that For now, his focus is on a deep postseason mentoring at Palo Alto High School near “Honestly, it hasn’t been that difficult,
played a Memorial Day video that included an run with the Cardinal. Handley is hitting Stanford’s campus. which is great,” he says of doing it all. “Just
image of Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio- .291 with two home runs, 13 doubles, three
Cortez with images of Kim Jong Un and Fidel “I think he probably wishes there were more some amount of mass hours of just putting
triples and 19 RBIs for 11th-seeded Stanford hours in the day,” Stanford pitching coach in the work.”
Castro. going into this weekend’s NCAA Regional
The Fresno Bee reports that raisin company Thomas Eager says. “He likes to stay busy and
Sun-Maid terminated its sponsorship of the
at home in Sunken Diamond. I think he’s one of those guys who wishes he Injury leads to interest
On Wednesday, he was named Pac-12 Co- could do more stuff. He’s quite a remarkable
Fresno Grizzlies on Wednesday. A broken ankle suffered during his sopho-
Defensive Player of the Year and to the all- young man how he goes about his business
The company acknowledged the Grizzlies more year of high school helped spark his
conference team after leading the Pac-12 and how mature he is. He’s always thinking
apologized but said terminating the sponsor- interest in medicine.
with seven pickoffs. Handley threw out 10 about the next thing. I know he wants to be a
ship was the right thing to do. baserunners attempting steals. He has observed a half-dozen or so surger-
The Triple-A affiliate of the Washington big leaguer and that’s what he wants to do, but ies.
Nationals has said it failed to properly vet the I think it’s really cool to hear him say, ‘When “If you’ve never been in a hospital or in a
video found on YouTube.
Standout in classroom baseball’s over, I can still be a doctor and I’m surgery you don’t have any exposure to it
The video has patriotic images and excerpts Somehow, with all the demands of being a ready to be a doctor.”’ and you’re not going to really know what
from President Ronald Reagan’s first inaugu- Stanford student-athlete majoring in bioengi- it’s like or why you’d be interested in it
ral speech. When Reagan mentions “enemies neering, Handley has created an impressive Improving his game besides people saying ‘doctors make a lot of
of freedom,” the video shows the North balance. His 3.78 GPA is tied for the highest The coaches challenged Handley to money,”’ he says. “It was a pretty cool expe-
Korean leader, Ocasio-Cortez of New York and on the Pac-12 All-Academic team announced become a more consistent hitter this season, rience.”
the late Cuban leader. Thursday. and he has emerged as one of the steady bats Handley intends to use offseason breaks to
A three-hour lab each Wednesday last season in Stanford’s lineup to complement his focus on his next career, with plans to return
MLB attendance down another meant Handley couldn’t practice with the rest strong defense. to Stanford in the fall to finish his degree.
1.4%, fourth straight drop of his Stanford teammates those nights. He Eager has never had a catcher he let call “Once he knows what he wants to do, he
showed up in the mornings to get in all his pitches, something Handley gets to do just makes it so that it’s impossible for him
NEW YORK — Major League Baseball’s work — hitting, throwing, conditioning. sometimes. not to do it,” Marder says. “I think the rea-
average attendance of 26, 854 is 1. 4% “Part of what makes, I don’t want to say our “I’ve never seen Maverick Handley ever be son why he’s interested in surgery or the
below the 27,242 through the similar point program, but Stanford athletics great is we are overwhelmed,” Eager says. “He’s never been medical field, I think he looks at it and goes
last season, which wound up below 30,000 willing to adjust to the kid as much as we can. overwhelmed with anything he’s done. I ‘I can make a huge impact on this and it’s
for the first time since 2003. We understand what an unbelievable opportu- think it’s just part of his DNA. A lot of that exciting for me, it’s fun and it challenges
Miami and the Rays drew 12, 653 nity it is for these kids to go to school,” says is due to how his parents probably raised me, so why not see if I can do it?’ For the
Wednesday night — combined. The Cardinal assistant coach Jack Marder, who him, his work ethic. I’ve never seen him backup plan of it, I think that he’s always
Marlins’ average attendance is less than guides the catchers. “If he’s trying to be an complain and quite frankly you wouldn’t thinking, ‘How can I maximize myself as a
Triple-A Las Vegas. orthopedic surgeon and we’re going to get in know how much is on his plate because he person first?’ versus it being, ‘I have this
Nineteen of the 30 teams have experi- the way of that so he can make baseball prac- doesn’t really tell you. He doesn’t make pressure on me to maximize what other peo-
enced falls. tice, to me that’s ridiculous, so we’re going to excuses, it’s never like he’s tired and he’s ple want from me.”’

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Americans into second AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
CLARIFICATION
In the article “2018-19: A year
of CCS titles” that appeared in the
round of U20 World Cup New York
Tampa Bay
Boston
Toronto
Baltimore
36
35
29
21
17
19
19
27
35
39
.655
.648
.518
.375
.304

1/2
7 1/2
15 1/2
19 1/2
Philadelphia
Atlanta
New York
Washington
Miami
33
30
27
24
19
23
26
28
32
35
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.536
.491
.429
.352

3
5 1/2
9
13
May 30 edition of the Daily
Journal, a name was omitted.
Aragon’s Siulolovao Folau, a jun-
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS time in 14 appearances. ior, won CCS titles as a member of
Central Division Central Division
Weah, the son of Liberia W L Pct GB W L Pct GB the Dons’ volleyball and softball
Tim Weah scored in the 76th President and former FIFA Player Minnesota 37 18 .673 — Chicago 31 23 .574 — teams.
minute, and the United States beat of the Year George Weah, ran onto Cleveland 28 28 .500 9 1/2 Milwaukee 32 25 .561 1/2
Qatar 1-0 Thursday at Tychy, Chicago 27 29 .482 10 1/2 Pittsburgh 27 28 .491 4 1/2
a pass from Mendez at the top of
Poland, to advance to the round of the penalty area, used his right
Detroit
Kansas City
21
19
32
37
.396
.339
15
18 1/2
St. Louis
Cincinnati
27
26
28
30
.491
.464
4 1/2
6
NBA FINALS
16 at the Under- foot to poke the ball through the West Division Toronto 1, Warriors 0
West Division
20 World Cup. legs of Qatar captain Ahmed W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Thursday, May 30: Toronto 118, Warriors 109
The U.S. (2- Suhail, then beat goalkeeper Houston 37 20 .649 — Los Angeles 37 19 .661 — Sunday, June 2: Warriors at Toronto, 5 p.m.
A’s 29 27 .518 7 1/2 San Diego 29 27 .518 8
1) finished sec- Shehab Mamdouh with a right- Texas 27 27 .500 8 1/2 Wednesday, June 5:Toronto at Warriors, 6 p.m.
Colorado 28 27 .509 8 1/2 Friday, June 7: Toronto at Warriors, 6 p.m.
ond in Group D footed shot from 14 yards. Los Angeles 26 29 .473 10 Arizona 28 29 .491 9 1/2
Seattle 24 34 .414 13 1/2 x-Monday, June 10:Warriors at Toronto, 6 p.m.
and will play Giants 22 33 .400 14 1/2
Brandon Servania was pulled x-Thursday,June 13:Toronto at Warriors,6 p.m.
the Group E Tuesday’s Games
down by Ahmed Alminhali in the Thursday’s Games x-Sunday, June 16:Warriors at Toronto, 5 p.m.
winner, France Boston at N.Y.Yankees,ppd. St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3
80th minute, but Mandouh dived Tampa Bay 14,Minnesota 3 San Francisco 3, Miami 1
or Mali, on
Tuesday in
to his right and batted away Kansas City 4,Texas 2
ChicagoWhite Sox 10,Cleveland 4
Colorado 11, Arizona 10, 10 innings
Milwaukee 11, Pittsburgh 5
TRANSACTIONS
Tim Weah Mendez’s penalty kick. L.A.Angels at Seattle,late
B y dg o s z c z . Friday’s Games
N.Y. Mets at L.A. Dodgers, late BASEBALL
American mid- Richard Ledezma hit the cross- Friday’s Games
American League
Boston(Rodriguez5-3)atYankees(German9-1),4:05p.m. Milwaukee (Chacin 3-6) at Pitt (Archer 1-5), 4:05 p.m.
fielders Alex Mendez and Chris bar from 18 yards in the seventh Giants(Pomeranz1-5)atBaltimore(Cashner5-2),4:05p.m. Giants(Pomeranz1-5)atBaltimore(Cashner5-2),4:05p.m. TAMPA BAY RAYS — Optioned 3B Andrew Ve-
Durkin will be suspended for the minute of stoppage time. Minnesota (Berrios 7-2) atTampa Bay (TBD),4:10 p.m. Washington (Corbin 5-2) at Cincy (Mahle 1-5),4:10 p.m. lazquez to Durham (IL). Recalled 3B Christian Arroyo
Detroit(Turnbull2-4)atAtlanta(Foltynewicz1-3),4:20p.m. Detroit(Turnbull2-4)atAtlanta(Foltynewicz1-3),4:20p.m. from Durham.
match because of yellow-card Ukraine won the group with two Kansas City (Duffy 3-1) atTexas (Jurado 1-2),5:05 p.m. Cubs (Darvish 2-3) at St. Louis (Mikolas 4-5), 5:15 p.m. National League
accumulation. The U. S. moved wins and a draw after tying Nigeria Cleveland (Bauer 4-4) atWhite Sox (Covey 0-4),5:10 p.m. Toronto (Jackson 0-2) at Colorado (Marquez 5-2),5:40 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Optioned LHP
Toronto(Jackson0-2)atColorado(Marquez5-2),5:40p.m. N.Y. Mets (Wheeler 4-3) at Arizona (TBD), 6:40 p.m. Williams Jerez to Sacramento (PCL). Recalled RHP
past the group stage for the 11th 1-1 Thursday and will play a third- Houston (Peacock 5-2) at A’s (Fiers 4-3),7:07 p.m. Miami (Smith 3-2) at SD (Lucchesi 3-3), 7:10 p.m. Tyler Beede from Sacramento. Signed RHP Adam
place team in the round of 16. L.A.Angels (Skaggs 4-4) at Seattle (Leake 3-6),7:10 p.m. Philly (Arrieta 5-4) at Dodgers (Maeda 6-2), 7:10 p.m. Oller to a minor league contract.
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and will be available to the public after tenant, Chair Dianne Whitaker worried

KFC
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hours on weekday evenings and during the
weekends.
Though some have advocated for the pro-
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pedestrians walking from the Central
neighborhood to downtown might not
engage with the building unless there is a
posed project at 406 E. Third Ave. to pro- destination for them there.
vide more than the 176 parking spaces “If there was some retail in your building,
units offered on the site from 23 to 25 and included in the plans, Commissioner John gets some more housing, I hope that that
there would be a destination, a reason for
agreed to designate three units as affordable Ebneter acknowledged others have felt too will continue to develop.”
the people in the Central neighborhood to
to very low-income families since the many parking spots are planned for the Dino Antoniazzi, whose father owns two
come to your building and use it,” said
Planning Commission first reviewed the transit-oriented development near the buildings on the same block as the project,
Whitaker.
plans in July of 2018. Field said the devel- downtown San Mateo Caltrain station. The said they supported the project but didn’t
oper also worked with the Central feel one of the entrances to the building’s Field said the developer plans to install
developer is expected to contribute parking public art at the site’s corner of Railroad
Neighborhood Association to make in-lieu fees to cover the remainder of the parking garage should be on East Third
changes to the design of the building, Avenue. Though the East Third Avenue and Third avenues as a way of engaging
283 parking spaces required for the project, pedestrians and also provide some screen-
which included reduction of the use of glass said Field. garage entrance would only allow cars turn-
in the building’s façade. ing right to enter and exit the garage and ing from the Caltrain tracks.
Ebneter looked to the building to serve as
Field estimated the developer is some the developer has proposed building a Commissioner Ellen Mallory acknowl-
a model for other public-private partner-
four months from completing a four-story, median to prevent drivers from turning left edged she preferred more historical styles
ships assisting the city in meeting multi-
mixed-use building under construction at a into the garage, Antoniazzi was joined by to the building’s contemporary design with
ple goals. Though he had hoped the project
lot adjacent to the proposed project at 405 other commissioners in voicing concerns glass and aluminum elements, but said she
could provide more housing to offset the
E. Fourth Ave., between South Claremont about the safety of pedestrians walking to appreciated the variation in the styles for
more than 100,000 square feet of office
Street and South Railroad Avenue. The pro- downtown. the South Claremont Street and South
space it created, Ebneter acknowledged the
posed project does not include the build- “With the cars coming in and out, I think Railroad Avenue facades of the building.
project offered a better mix of uses than
ings where restaurants Saigon City and Fuji with the pedestrians that are going to our She wondered if the building’s facade facing
officials have seen in the past.
Sukiyaki currently stand. Field said parking stores or coming to work, it becomes a East Third Avenue could be improved so it
“I think it’s a great give-and-take for the
garages for the two projects, which are safety issue,” he said. provides a better transition to downtown.
developer and the city,” he said, according
both set to include two levels of under- to a video of the meeting. “The developer Though Field explained the ground-floor “It is going to be a very remarkable build-
ground parking, will function as one garage gets their good office space and the city spaces in the proposed building might not ing and I would like it to be more transi-
make sense tional to our historic downtown and be a
for a retail gateway,” she said.

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‘Godzilla’ is back By Lindsey Bahr words, it’s understandable if


Millie Bobby Brown’s new monster fight THE ASSOCIATED PRESS you go into “Godzilla: King
of the Monsters” a little rusty
By Jonathan Landrum Jr. demon monsters in “Stranger on just what went down in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Things,” but the teenage It’s been a bit since movie-
goers had the chance to catch Tokyo and San Francisco
actress relies more on intelli- back in 2014.
up with Godzilla, five years
WEST HOLLYWOOD — gence to outsmart the 500- in fact, which in cinematic But “Godzilla: King of the
Millie Bobby Brown may foot-tall behemoths in the franchise time feels like at Monsters” is a sequel in the
use brute force against See MILLE, Page 22 least a few decades. In other See GODZILLA, Page 22
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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

ACTRES S RONA FIGUEROA


SHARES MEMORIES OF HER FIRST
STEPS TOWARD CENTER STAGE. San
Mateo native Rona Figueroa, appearing in
Eugène Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros” at American
Conservatory Theater, recalls dance classes,
a special piano teacher and an audition that
changed her life.
DJ: Ame ri c an Co n s e rv at o ry
Theater has bro ug ht y o u ho me fo r a
whi l e. What are y o ur pl ans ? Any
fav o ri te pl aces to eat? “Out Here On My Own.” When I was a junior
RF: I grew up in San Mateo, went to in high school, I was no longer taking
school at St. Tim’s and then piano lessons, but she called my family’s
Mercy/Burlingame. My mom still lives in house and left a message about the producers
the house I grew up in, my aunt’s and uncle’s of “Les Misérables” holding auditions for a
down the block still live in their houses as new musical called “Miss Saigon,” and they
well. I always look forward to running on were looking for Asian singers/dancers
the levee. I love the ramen in downtown San between the ages of 18 and 30. That audition
Mateo, driving on 280, going to Half Moon was what changed my life.
Bay. The Fish Market on Norfolk has DJ: Tel l us … what happened?
become my favorite restaurant, but I also RF: I was doing Serra High School’s pro-
love the veggie banh mi from Mordisko duction of “West Side Story.” I hadn’t been
Cakes, and I will definitely drop into planning on studying acting or music in
Millbrae House of Pancakes at least once. college since my parents didn’t support it,
DJ: Di d y o u al way s l i ke to per- but thanks to Ms. Oano I went, and my par-
fo rm? ents drove me there. The idea was “just see TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL
RF: I took dance classes at Schumacher’s what the experience was like.” I prepared San Mateo native Rona Figueroa stars in Eugène Ionesco’s ‘Rhinoceros,’ running through June
Dance Studios when I was 5 or 6, so I guess one of my favorite songs, “I Don’t Know 23 at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Figueroa took a break from rehearsals
I started performing for strangers in their How to Love Him,” from my favorite musi- to enjoy a reunion with Junipero Serra High School alum Kevin Kopjak, now vice president
end of the year recitals at that age, but my cal at the time, “Jesus Christ Superstar.” for public relations and marketing at Charles Zukow Associates, which represents A.C.T.
mom said I started singing before I started When I showed up where the auditions were
They said I should prepare a couple songs, ple songs, one of them “On My Own” and
talking. I volunteered to sing a solo at being held, I could hear a woman singing in
ones that were in a pop style. They suggest- the other a pop song. After a string of audi-
school when I was in first- or second-grade. the background. A young man by the door
ed Whitney Houston or maybe something tions over the next few years, I was offered
DJ: Was there a parti cul ar teacher asked for my resume and headshot, and, of
from “Les Misérables.” “Les Misérables?” I an ensemble part in the First National Tour
who enco urag ed y o u? course, I had no idea what he was talking
must have lit up. I had been singing the of “Miss Saigon.”
RF: My piano teacher, Carmelita Oano, about. But he seemed unfazed and simply
music from that show for years already. PLAY PARTICULARS : Eugène
was a tremendous influence. She knew I said: “You’re next.” There were about five
“Yes, do you know it?” “Yes.” “Do you Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros” runs at A.C.T.’s
loved to sing, so when there was about five men sitting behind a folding table. They
know ‘On My Own’?” “Yes.” One of the men Geary Theater, 415 Geary St. in San
or 10 minutes left of our lesson, she would asked if I was Filipino, if I had taken voice
went to the piano to play the song for me Francisco, through June 23. Tickets at the
say it was time to sing. She would ask what lessons before, and would I please come
and I was astounded that he could play with- A.C.T. box office, 405 Geary St., at (415)
I wanted to sing. It was always “Fame” or back and sing for them again on a later date.
out any sheet music in front of him. I sang 749-2228 or at www.act-sf.org.
the song for them. Throughout, they would
lean into each other and whisper. They
seemed very excited about me. Afterwards Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay
they repeated what they’d said before, that Area Theatre Critics Circle and the American
Theatre Critics Association. She may be reached at
they’d like to see me again and wanted a cou- susan@smdailyjournal.com.

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She’s a quick study. ” also co-wrote the film. “I used to draw

MILLIE
Continued from page 19
“Godzilla: King of Monsters” is a follow
up to 2014’s “Godzilla” reboot and the 35th
film in the franchise that began in 1954.
Godzilla in my Bible in Catholic school.
Much to the chagrin of the nuns. He was sort
of my spirit animal growing up in the weird-
The sequel highlights the battle between est way.”
Godzilla and other monstrous creatures “Godzilla: King of Monsters” follows the
new Godzilla film. called the titans including Rodan, Mothra efforts of the secret crypto-zoological
Brown plays Madison Russell, the quick- and his three-headed nemesis King agency Monarch as it faces off against the
witted 14-year-old daughter of two divorced Ghidorah. ancient monsters who were thought to be
scientists who are each thrust in the middle Brown said director Michael Dougherty myths at first, but rise up to once again put
of an epic earth-shattering battle in helped her evolve in scenes where her char- humanity in jeopardy. The film touches on
“Godzilla: King of the Monsters.” acter had to grow from being “pretty sim- overpopulation and the monsters’ impact
“The characters are completely different. ple” to become “complicated.” The young on climate change through radiation that
One’s got superpowers, and one doesn’t,” actress will also star in the sequel “Godzilla causes earthquakes, forest fires, hurricanes
said Brown, who portrays the mysterious vs. Kong,” which recently wrapped up film- and tsunamis.
Eleven, who wields telekinetic superpowers ing and is expected to release next year. Kyle Chandler, who plays Madison’s
in the Netflix sci-fi series “Stranger Brown said the new Godzilla is suited for
The films are part of Warner Bros. ’ fans like Jackson. father, said the monsters’ effect on climate
Things.” MonsterVerse featuring Godzilla and King change was “obviously a theme.”
“I’ve never played a daughter before, so Kong, which underwent his own big screen “Imagine all the others that like, teenage
Dougherty said he wanted to highlight
that was actually really quite different,” she makeover in 2017’s “Kong: Skull Island.” boys have created in their bedroom with
Godzilla and other monsters as iconic fig-
said. “Usually I’m like adopted or like an Legos, you know? So for me, it’s part of a
Brown said the new Godzilla film is a cul- ures. He also felt the need to show compas-
orphan or something like that. I’ve never love story with all of these incredible
mination of the cinematic legacy of the sion toward the main character, who he says
had a good upbringing in a project I’ve movies and these die-hard fans that literally
radiation-spewing reptilian monster, who is misunderstood.
done.” come here, not to see any of us, but to see
she jokingly called “a bit of a diva. Hard to “You know with Godzilla and the other
The film, out Friday, is the first starring that monster. I think it’s so powerful,” she
work with occasionally, but all right.” creatures, they have something to tell us if
film role for the British actress. said at the film’s premiere.
O’Shea Jackson Jr., who plays a military we are willing to listen,” he said. “They’re
Vera Farmiga, who plays Madison’s Dougherty said the new film is sort of a
officer, said as a child he would park in front not just monsters for the sake of having
mother Dr. Emma Russell, called Brown a passion project because he’s been a fan of
of the television and watch Godzilla movies monsters. They’re truly mythic. I really
professional who made the jump from TV to the Godzilla story since he was a child. He
with his father, rapper Ice Cube, and brother wanted to elevate the creatures in a way and
the big screen in a “confident stride.” praised film production company Toho for
and uncle. really portray them as sort of these ancient
“She’s an old pro at it, ” Farmiga said originally creating Godzilla and pioneering
of the 15-year-old Brown. “She’s a stu- “I was born to play in this film,” he said deities. Go biblical with them. I just felt
giddily during a recent interview. “I never the “concept of a cinematic universe. like that would make them resonate a little
dent. If she wasn’t on screen, she was at
the screen like looking at the different thought in my wildest dreams, except for “I grew up with the guy. I feel like I’ve bit more than just seeing big animals, beat-
ratios of film and studying everything. playing as a little kid knocking down Legos been best friends with Godzilla since I was ing the crap out of each other, really giving
with Godzilla.” old enough to walk,” said Dougherty, who them personalities and souls.”

ly of scientists who lived in San Francisco most of the movie) is not really in the pic- Michael Dougherty has taken the direct-

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during the 2014 attack. There are a few
holdovers though, mostly employees of
Monarch, the secret multinational organi-
ture, having left after the San Francisco
incident, but is drawn back in when Emma
and Madison (and the Orca) are kidnapped
ing reins this time, from Gareth Edwards,
and has done a fine job capturing the grand-
ness of the titans, keeping the action coher-
zation that studies the titans, like Dr. by some militant eco-terrorists led by ent and balancing the human element
Serizawa (Ken Watanabe) and Dr. Graham Jonah Alan (Charles Dance). thanks to a terrific cast that also includes
loosest possible sense that requires mini- (Sally Hawkins), who are being accused of O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Thomas
mal recall from the audience, which is like- This group wants to use the titans, of
hiding Godzilla from world governments Middleditch. His script is also pleasingly
ly a good thing for those whose brains have which there are now “17 and counting”
who’d rather just destroy them all. light and often funny, although Bradley
been overloaded with “Game of Thrones,” including a pretty dazzling Mothra and a
As far as the newcomers go, Dr. Emma Whitford’s Dr. Stanton goes a little over-
“Avengers” and “Star Wars” minutiae and less-enchanting three-headed “Monster
Russell (Vera Farmiga) also works for board trying to be the comic relief.
mythology. Worry not, Godzilla is here to Zero,” to help reset the planet and reverse
Monarch and has developed a machine climate change and overpopulation. There’s But even that is easy to give a pass to.
provide some old-fashioned summer specta-
called the Orca, which simulates the sounds some convenient explanation of why the “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” is turn-
cle, no CliffsNotes required.
of the various titans. She believes this can radiation from the titans actually helps revi- your-brain-off summer fun, and doesn’t need
It’s a low bar, sure, but at least Godzilla is
be used to help manage them. Emma lives talize vegetation, which, like many of the to be anything more than that.
comfortable with its place in the block-
with her 14-year-old daughter, Madison silly plot devices in this movie, you kind of “Godzilla: King of the Monsters, ” a
buster ecosystem.
(“Stranger Things” Millie Bobby Brown in just let slide. That said, anyone currently Warner Bros. release, is rated PG-13 by the
The filmmakers have even helpfully shift-
her first major film role), who is preco- watching “Chernobyl” on HBO will likely Motion Picture Association of America for
ed the focus to another family entirely for
ciously enchanted by her mother’s work and be very stressed out about the amount of “sequences of monster action violence and
this installment, from the inert Brodys
admires the primordial creatures. radiation all the humans are likely absorb- destruction, and for some language. ”
(Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth
Olsen) to the Russells, a now-broken fami- Madison’s father Mark Russell (Kyle ing just by being in proximity to all these Running time: 131 minutes. Two and a half
Chandler, whose intensity is at level 10 for creatures. stars out of four.
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FRIDAY, MAY 31
KidZ in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South San
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange
Ave., South San Francisco.
Recommended for ages 2 to 5. Free.
information call 591-8286.
MONDAY, JUNE 3
Dance Connection with Live Music
by Paul Fontes. Free dance lessons
humble dictionary in the finals
For more information call 829-3860. 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. with open dance By Ben Nuckols
from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Burlingame THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Filoli Pride 2019: Education Day. Woman’s Club, 241 Park Road,
Noon to 3 p.m. Filoli Cañada Road, Burlingame. American style ballroom.
Redwood City. Show off pride in an Western night do wear boots and OXON HILL, Md. — The kids were
inclusive space. $22. For more infor- bandanas. Admission $10 members,
mation call 364-8300. $12 guests. Free entry for men with just too good.
dance experience. Light refresh- The finals of the Scripps National
Redwood City Music on the Square ments. For more information call 342-
with SONA. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Redwood 2221. Spelling Bee turned into a slog on
City Courthouse Square, 2200 Thursday, with bee organizers unable
Broadway, Redwood City. High ener- Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San
gy rock covers of the ’70s, ’80s and Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange to scour Webster’s Unabridged diction-
today. For more information call 759- Ave., South San Francisco. Free. For ary for words challenging enough to
9063. more information call 829-3860.
narrow the field efficiently.
Mike Henderson at Sanchez Art TUESDAY, JUNE 4 It started routinely enough, with 10
Center. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sanchez Art Dating and Relationships
Center, 1220 Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica. Presented by Planned Parenthood. of the 50 spellers exiting the stage in
Three new exhibitions. For more 6 p.m. South San Francisco Main the first round. Then the kids started
information call 995-3674. Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
San Francisco. Free. For more informa- schooling Scripps.
SATURDAY, JUNE 1 tion call 829-3860. In the next round, only six spellers REUTERS
Free Hands-On Training for New
Lawyers in the library. 7 p.m. to 9 were eliminated. The following round Simone Kaplan of Davie, Florida, waits for her turn to compete during the third
Ham Radio Operators. 9 a.m. to
noon. Burlingame Public Library, Lane p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda saw five more depart. Four left in the round of the 92nd annual Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Room, 480 Primrose Road, de las Pulgas, Belmont. The first round after that, and at that point,
Burlingame. To get the most out of Tuesday of each month the Belmont last year and two — 14-year-old Erin considered by elite spellers to be near-
this workshop, participants will need library, in partnership with the San spellers had been on stage for 4 hours, Howard of Huntsville, Alabama, and layups: “maxixe, ” “oeillade, ”
to bring a radio with them. Brian Mateo County Bar Association, holds 45 minutes. 13-year-old Shruthika Padhy of Cherry “Gebrauchsmusik,” “Seychellois.”
Mathews of the Radio Club has pro- free legal clinics. Participants have a
vided information about buying a twenty minute free consultation with Scripps and broadcast partner ESPN Hill, New Jersey — who made it for the Simone Kaplan, a 13-year-old from
ham radio here. Your first radio can an attorney. Free. To register and for prefer to bring about a dozen spellers third consecutive year. Davie, Florida, had a mic-drop
cost as little as $24 to $35. Register for more information call 591-8286.
the workshop at into the prime-time finals, so the bee A champion will be crowned moment, showing off the depth of her
https://tinyurl.com/y5f7qh38. Free. Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San continued as the prospect of a lunch- Thursday night, taking home more knowledge of roots. Given the word
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange
Penny n’ Pals Launch Party. 9 a.m. to Ave., South San Francisco. Identify break became an afterthought. than $50,000 in cash and prizes. “varsovienne, ” she asked: “Is this
2 p.m. Washington Park, 898 minerals, surf Google Earth, find Finally, in the fifth round of the ses- No matter what languages of origin most likely from the Latin place name
Burlingame Ave., Burlingame. Join us Sandy Land, consider conservation
for the children’s book launch of and more. Free. For more information sion, some spellers withered. Eight of were called upon — Yiddish, ‘Varsovia,’ meaning Warsaw?”
Penny n’ Pals. Free. For more informa- call 829-3860. the first 16 were eliminated, and the Afrikaans, Russian, the dreaded Why, yes. Yes it is.
tion call 302-1689. “unknown” — spellers were up to the Parents shook their heads, amazed
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 tension in the room diminished a bit as
The Third Annual White Elephant Computer Class: Ancestry.com the break drew near. After nearly 5 1/2 task. by their kids’ depth of knowledge.
Rummage Sale. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Library Edition. 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Old Train Station, 110 Higgins Canyon Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las hours onstage, 16 spellers advanced to Among the words that might sound Former spellers griped on social media
Road, Half Moon Bay. This event raises Pulgas, Belmont. Learn about how to prime time, including seven who did it impossible to the TV audience but are that the words were too easy.
money for the American Association investigate your ancestry. For more
University Women’s local scholar- information call 591-8286.
ently,” said Rahm. Furci further expressed her confi-

MEGAN
ships. For more information email
ktgm4@aol.com. Sons in Retirement June Lunch.
11:45 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. South San She also built an interest in art and dence that Rahm has the capacity to
Ragazzi Boys Chorus Presents Francisco Elk’s Lodge, 920 Stonegate photography with some assistance keep evolving on her path to a career.
‘SingFest.’ 9:30 a.m. to noon. St. Drive, South San Francisco. $19.
Active senior men’s group lunch has a from Mathiesen and enjoys spending “Although she has had some hiccups
Peter’s Church, 178 Clinton St.,
talk by Rosemary Robles, DMV Senior Continued from page 1
Redwood City. Singing, musical
Ombudsmen. For more information
time volunteering at the library, where along the way, she can still accom-
games and a short performance for she can pursue her passion for reading.
parents. Free. For more information call 878-5746. plish whatever she wants to do,” said
call 342-8785. “It was a lot of hard work,” said Transition program teacher Grace Furci.
Mystery Book Club. Noon. South Rahm, shortly after her transition pro-
Filoli Pride 2019: Family Day. 10 San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Furci played an essential role in devel- Mathiesen agreed, but she experi-
a.m. to 2 p.m. Filoli Cañada Road, Orange Ave., South San Francisco. gram graduation Thursday, May 30, at oping Rahm’s ability to get the high
Read any title that fits the monthly the Elks Lodge in South San ences challenging emotions associat-
Redwood City. Show off pride in an school credits she needed, by helping
inclusive space. $22. For more infor- theme and share with the group.
Francisco. ed with knowing Rahm will largely
mation call 364-8300. Free. For more information call 829- her navigate through Baden Adult need to build those skills with the help
3860. For her part, Mathiesen expressed School.
Bonsai show and sale. 10 a.m. to 4 of a support system outside the one she
Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San her great admiration for Rahm’s Furci deferred to Rahm’s efforts in
p.m. San Mateo Garden Center Inc., established at school.
605 Parkside Way, San Mateo. Free. For Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange accomplishment. accomplishing her goals.
more information call 483-7462. Ave., South San Francisco. Identify
“She’s amazing,” said Mathiesen. “It’s bittersweet, because she is fam-
minerals, surf Google Earth, find “As far as her accomplishment, we ily,” said Mathiesen.
Sandy Land, consider conservation Rahm moved into the adult transi-
Paint Like Yayoi Kusama. 10 a.m. to
and more. Free. For more information just gave her direction and opened up
4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda
call 829-3860. tion program in 2015, where teachers opportunities for her but all the hard But she balanced that by knowing a
de las Pulgas, Belmont. Yayoi Kusama bond has been formed with Rahm that
is a Japanese contemporary artist. and supporting staff helped her devel- work came from her,” said Furci, who
Her work is based in conceptual art LGBTQ Book Club. 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. will hopefully continue into the future,
and shows some attributes of mini- San Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El op skills which serve her in the class- also credited the support of Rahm’s
malism, surrealism and abstract Camino Real, San Mateo. All are wel- room and the workforce. parents for helping to put their daugh- and that the student has been put in a
expressionism, and is infused with come. For more information call 591-
Since joining the program, ter in a position for success. position to succeed beyond the transi-
autobiographical, psychological and 0133.
Mathiesen said she witnessed marked Looking ahead, Furci said Rahm’s tion program classroom.
sexual content. Free. To register and
THURSDAY, JUNE 6 “In order to get employed independ-
for more information call 591-8286.
Mid Peninsula Village—Redefining gains in Rahm’s capacity to focus and teacher and supporters will continue
Summer Learning K ick off @The Aging. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. San Mateo work through challenges, plus she working with her to build her founda- ently … she now has the tools to pre-
Senior Center, 2645 Alameda de las pare herself for that possibility,” said
Farmers’ Market. 10 a.m. Orange
Pulgas, San Mateo. Mid Peninsula admired the student’s refinement of her tion for achievement in her next chap-
Memorial Park, 35 W. Orange Ave., Mathiesen.
South San Francisco. Free. For more Village is a nonprofit organization diligent and meticulous nature. ter.
fueled by volunteers. They provide Looking ahead, Rahm acknowledged
information call 829-3860
social events, access to services and Rahm said she hopes the advance- “We want to increase her independ-
Saturday Morning Yarn. 10:30 a.m. help members rediscover passions ments will help her excel profession- ence,” said Furci, suggesting Rahm there are a variety of opportunities on
and hobbies that may have become the horizon for her. But for the time
South San Francisco Main Library, 840
dormant. Free. For more information ally as a business admin, office worker still has work to do overcoming the
W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. being, she seemed satisfied relishing
Free. For more information call 829- call 522-7490. or librarian. Outside furthering her frustrations she will encounter with
3860.
Kids’ Upcycle Style: T-Shirt Totes. 1 career pursuit, Rahm said is becoming issues such as transportation difficul- in her most recent accomplishment.
La Nebbia Craft Fair and Wine p.m. South San Francisco Main more self-sufficient as well. ties presented by the bus running “I’m happy with a diploma,” she
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
Tasting. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. La Nebbia
San Francisco. Bring outgrown T- “I like working by myself independ- behind schedule. said.
Winery, 12341 San Mateo Road, Half
Moon Bay. Food, handmade jewelry shirts to the library and transform it
and wine. Free. For more information into a summer tote bag. Free. For
call 591-6596. more information call 829-3860
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104 Training 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment
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when applying. (134041N) Build and manage high per-
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company is looking for an when applying. respective job # across a product vertical, and define and
experienced Bookkeeper/ execute on a plan to achieve that vision.
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110 employment 203 public notices 203 public notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
solutions that is robust and scalable. da- sUmmOns
tabase engineer, Oracle (4380n) Build, (CITACION JUDICIAL) notice of public hearing
scale, and administer Facebook’s inter- CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
nal enterprise Oracle databases, along 17CLJ00248
with enterprise applications such as Ora- NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (AVISO AL EN that on Tuesday, June
cle E-business suite, Oracle Fusion Mid- DEMANDADO): VERONICA U GAZMIN 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m., (or as
dleware, Microstrategy, and Tableau. YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF soon thereafter as the mat-
product designer (136376n) Design (LO ESTÁ DEMANDANDO EL DEMAN-
and prototype new features for Face- DANTE): WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. ter is heard) in the Millbrae
book's website or mobile applications. nOTICe! You have been sued. The City Council Chambers, 621
enterprise engineer (134144n) Build court may decide against you without Magnolia Ave., Millbrae, CA,
integrated, scalable, and robust enter- your being heard unless you respond
prise applications for Facebook. Mail re- within 30 days. Read the information be- the Millbrae City Council will
sume to: Facebook, Inc. Attn: AA-USIM, low. conduct a public hearing on
1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025. You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after the following matters:
Must reference job title & job code shown this summons and legal papers are Ordinance amendment:
above, when applying. served on you to file a written response
at this court and have a copy served on City Council consideration of
the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not an Amendment of Chapter
protect you. Your written response must 5.95, of the Millbrae Munici-
be in proper legal form if you want the Over the hedge Over the hedge Over the hedge
court to hear your case. There may be a pal Code (MMC), to set forth
court form that you can use for your re- certain limitations regarding
sponse. You can find these court forms smoking within multi-family
203 public notices and more information at the California
residential units, which
Courts Online Self-Help Center
(www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your would apply throughout the
notice of public hearings county law library, or the courthouse City of Millbrae.
The Millbrae Elementary nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing
fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver At the time of the hearing, all
School District will hold two form. If you do not file your response on interested persons are invit-
separate public hearings on time, you may lose the case by default, ed to appear and be heard.
the proposed Local Control and your wages, money, and property
may be taken without further warning If you challenge the decision
Accountability Plan (LCAP), from the court. of the City in court, you may
with the Budget Overview There are other legal requirements. You be limited to raising only
for Parents cover page, and may want to call an attorney right away.
If you do not know an attorney, you may those issues you or some-
the proposed budget for fis- want to call an attorney referral service. If one else raised at the public
cal year 2019-20 on Thurs- you cannot afford an attorney, you may hearing described in this no-
day, June 13, 2019 at 7:00 be eligible for free legal services from a
nonprofit legal services program. You tice, or in written corre-
p.m. at the Millbrae City can locate these nonprofit groups at the spondence delivered to the
Council Chambers located California Legal Services Web site Planning Commission at, or 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices
at 621 Magnolia Avenue, (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor-
nia Courts Online Self-Help Center prior to, the public hearing. FICTITIOUs BUsIness name tion, you should appear at the hearing property, and custody of your children.
Millbrae, California. A copy (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by For further information or to sTaTemenT #281264 and state your objections or file written You may be ordered to pay support and
of the LCAP, with the Budg- contacting your local court or county bar review the materials regard- The following person is doing business objections with the court before the hear- attorney fees and costs.
et Overview for Parents cov- association. nOTe: The court has a stat- as: Auto Pride Car Wash, 1095 Carolan ing. Your appearance may be in person For legal advice, contact a lawyer imme-
utory lien for waived fees and costs on ing these matters, please Avenue, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. or by your attorney. diately. Get help finding a lawyer at the
er page, and the proposed any settlement or arbitration award of contact the Millbrae Com- Registered Owner: Auto Pride Car Wash, If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- California Courts Online Self-Help Center
budget will be available for $10,000 or more in a civil case. The munity Development Depart- CA. The business is conducted by a Cor- itor of the decedent, you must file your (www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp), at the Cali-
public examination at the court's lien must be paid before the court poration. The registrants commenced to claim with the court and mail a copy to fornia Legal Services website (www.law-
will dismiss the case. ment 621 Magnolia Avenue, transact business under their FBN on the personal representative appointed by helpca.org), or by contacting your local
Millbrae Elementary School ¡AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no re- Millbrae at (650) 259-2341. 01/01/1980. the court within the later of either (1) four county bar association.
District Office, 555 Rich- sponde dentro de 30 días, la corte puede MILLBRAE CITY COUNCIL /s/Timothy A. Mitchell/ months from the date of first issuance of NOTICE-RESTRINING ORDERS ARE
mond Drive, Millbrae, Cali- decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver- This statement was filed with the Asses- letters to a general personal representa- ON PAGE 2: These restraining orders
sión. Lea la información a continuación. By: Elena Suazo, City Clerk sor-County Clerk on 5/15/2019. (Publish- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the are effective against both spouses or do-
fornia from June 10, 2019 Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- PUBLISHED: May 31, 2019 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days mestic partners until the petition is dis-
through June 13, 2019 be- spués de que le entreguen esta citación 5/31/19 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19). from the date of mailing or personal de- missed, a judgment entered, or the court
tween the hours of 8:00 a.m. y papeles legales para presentar una re- livery to you of a notice under section makes further orders. They are enforce-
spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer Cns-3258818# 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- able anywhere in California by any law
to 3:00 p.m. Any stakeholder que se entregue una copia al deman- san maTeO daIlY FICTITIOUs BUsIness name er California statutes and legal authority enforcement officer who has received or
affected by the LCAP or the dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- JOUrnal sTaTemenT #281327 may affect your rights as a creditor. You seen a copy of them.
Millbrae Elementary School ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- The following person is doing business may want to consult with an attorney FEE WAIVER: If you cannot pay the fil-
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- as: Snap Fitness Daly City, 6403 Mission knowledgable in California law. ing fee, ask the clerk for a fee waiver
District budget may appear recto si desea que procesen su caso en St., DALY CITY, CA 94101. Registered You may examine the file kept by the form. The court may order you to pay
before the Millbrae Elemen- la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- Owner: VITALITY Health LLC, CA. The court. If you are a person interested in back all or part of the fees and costs that
tary School District Board of lario que usted pueda usar para su re- business is conducted by a Limited Lia- the estate, you may file with the court a the court waived for you or the other par-
spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- bility Company. The registrants com- Request for Special Notice (form DE- ty.
Trustees and speak to the larios de la corte y más información en el menced to transact business under their 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- Tiene 30 dias de calendario despues de
FICTITIOUs BUsIness name
LCAP or the proposed budg- Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- sTaTemenT #280967 FBN on N/A. praisal of estate assets or of any petition haber recibido la entrega legal de sta
et or any item therein. fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- The following person is doing business /s/Steve Escamilla/ or account as provided in Probate Code (Citacion y Peticion para presentar una
teca de leyes de su condado o en la as: 1) Pastorino Garden Service 2) Pas- This statement was filed with the Asses- section 1250. A Request for Special No- Respuesta (formulario FL-120) ante la
5/31/19 corte que le quede más cerca. Si no sor-County Clerk on 5/21/2019. (Publish- tice form is available from the court clerk. corte y efectuar la entrega legal de una
torino Rose and Yard Care, 12491 San
Cns-3253878# puede pagar la cuota de presentación, Mateo Road, HALF MOON BAY, CA ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Attorney for Petitioner: copia al demandante. Una carta o llama-
san maTeO daIlY pida al secretario de la corte que le dé 94019. Registered Owner: Patricia Pas- 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19, 6/14/19). Kevin S. Veenstra da telefonica o una audeiencia de la
JOUrnal un formulario de exención de pago de torino, same address. The business is Sonoma Law Group Inc. corte no basta para protegario.
cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a conducted by an Individual. The regis- 445 Orchard Street Suite 204 Si no presenta su Ruspuesta a tiempo, la
tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- trants commenced to transact business FICTITIOUs BUsIness name SANTA ROSA, CA 95404 corte puede dar ordenes que afcten su
plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- under their FBN on 04/01/2019. sTaTemenT #281316 (707)284-8844 matrimonio o pareja de hencho, sus bi-
eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- /s/Patricia Pastorino/ The following person is doing business FILED: 5/24/2019 enes y la custodia de sus hijos. La corte
cia. This statement was filed with the Asses- as: The Committee to Rebrand Industrial (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- tambien le puede ordenar ue pague
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish- Road-San Carlos, 1697 Industrial Road, nal on 5/31/19, 6/7/19, 6/8/19 ) manutencion, y honorarios y costos le-
mendable que llame a un abogado inme- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered gales.
notice of public hearings diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19). Owner: Dominick Chirichillo, same ad- Para asesoramiento legal, pongase en
The Redwood City School puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a dress. The business is conducted by an contacio de inmediato con un abogado.
District will hold two sepa- abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- Individual. The registrants commenced Puede obtener informacion para encon-
gado, es posible que cumpla con los FICTITIOUs BUsIness name to transact business under their FBN on trar un abogado en el Centro de Ayuda
rate public hearings on the requisitos para obtener servicios legales sTaTemenT #281062 May 20, 2019. de las Cortes de California (www.su-
proposed Local Control Ac- gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- The following person is doing business /s/Dominick Chirichillo/ corte.ca.gov), en el sitio web de los Ser-
countability Plan (LCAP), gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar as: San Mateo Neighborhood Pharmacy, This statement was filed with the Asses- Order TO shOw CaUse FOr vicios Legales de California (www.law-
estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio 9 37th Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94403. sor-County Clerk on 5/20/2019. (Publish- ChanGe OF name helpca.org) or poniendose en contacto
with the Budget Overview web de California Legal Services, Registered Owner: Patient Centric Phar- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, CASE# 19C1V02689 con el colegio del abogados du suconda-
for Parents cover page, and (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro macy Services, LLC, CA. The business 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19, 6/14/19). SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, do.
the proposed budget for fis- de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, is conducted by a Limited Liability Com- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, AVISO-LAS ORDENES DE RESTRIC-
(www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en pany. The registrants commenced to 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, CION SE ENCUENTRAN EN LA PAGI-
cal year 2019-20 on Wed- contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo- transact business under their FBN on
FICTITIOUs BUsIness name REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 NA 2: Las ordenes de restriccion estan
nesday, June 12, 2019 at gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte sTaTemenT #281304 PETITION OF en vigencia en cuanto a ambos conyug-
10/20/2014. The following person is doing business
7:00 p.m. at the Redwood tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los /s/Alvin Jun-Fa Lee/ Katherine Jenny Romanski es o meimbros de la pareja de hecho
costos exentos por imponer un grava- as: Elder Fraudwatch, 308 Lang Road, hasta que se despida la peticion, se emi-
City School District Office lo- This statement was filed with the Asses- BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registered
men sobre cualquier recuperación de sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: ta un fallo o la corte de otras ordenes.
cated at 750 Bradford $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me- Owner: AllianzWatch.com, CA. The busi- Petitioners: Katherine Jenny Romanski Cualquier agencia del orden publico que
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ness is conducted by a Corporation. The
Street, Redwood City, Cali- diante un acuerdo o una concesión de 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19). filed a petition with this court for a decree haya recibido o visto una copia de estas
arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. registrants commenced to transact busi- changing name as follows: ordenes puede hacerlas acatar en cual-
fornia. A copy of the LCAP, Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte ness under their FBN on 7/18/2018. Present name: quier lugar de California.
with the Budget Overview FICTITIOUs BUsIness name /s/Dominique Black/ Katherine Jenny Romanski EXENCION DE CUOTAS: Si no puede
antes de que la corte pueda desechar el This statement was filed with the Asses-
for Parents cover page, and caso. sTaTemenT #281158 pagar la cuota de presentacion, pida al
The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk on 5/20/2019. (Publish- Proposed Name: secretario un formulario de exencion de
the proposed budget will be The name and address of the court is (El ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU- as: Ultra Construction, 613 Rocca Ave- Katherine Jenny Olsen cuotas. La corte puede ordnar que usted
available for public examina- nue, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 5/31/19, 6/7/19, 6/14/19, 6/21/19). pague, ya sea en parte o por completo,
PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SAN
tion at the above location MATEO COUNTY, REDWOOD CITY, 94080. Registered Ownesr: Delfino Al- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons las quotas y costos de la corte previa-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, varado and Ana R. Alvarado, same ad- FICTITIOUs BUsIness name interested in this matter shall appear be- mente exentos a peticion de usted o de
from June 7, 2019 through 400 County Center Redwood City CA dress. The business is conducted by a sTaTemenT #281371 fore this court at the hearing indicated la otra parte.
June 12, 2019 between the 94063 Married Couple. The registrants com- The following person is doing business below to show cause, if any, why the pe- The name and address of the court is (El
hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 The name, address, and telephone num- menced to transact business under their as: 1)AUG Global 2)DSI Global 3)AI tition for change of name should not be nombre y dirección de la corte es):
ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with- FBN on 6/18/2008. Body, 555 Twin Dolphin Dr. Ste 135, granted. Any person objecting to the Superior Court, County of San Mateo
p.m. Any stakeholder affect- out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc- /s/Ana R. Alvarado/ REDWOOD CITY, CA 94065. Regis- name changes described above must file 400 County Center
ed by the LCAP or the Red- ción y el número de teléfono del aboga- This statement was filed with the Asses- tered Owner: Delphi Software Int’l, Inc., a written objection that includes the rea- REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063
wood City School District do del demandante, o del demandante sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- CA. The business is conducted by a Cor- sons for the objection at least two court The name, address, and telephone num-
que no tiene abogado, es): Brian N. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, poration. The registrants commenced to days before the matter is scheduled to ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with-
budget may appear before Winn (SBN 86779) Laura M. Hoalst 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19). transact business under their FBN on be heard and must appear at the hearing out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc-
the Redwood City School (SBN 101082) John E. Gordon (SBN Feb 24, 2016. to show cause why the petition should ción y el número de teléfono del aboga-
District Board of Trustees 180053) Stephen S. Zeller (SBN 265664) /s/Valeri Shidlovsky/ not be granted. If no written objection is do del demandante, o del demandante
Casey M. Jensen (SBN 263593) Jason FICTITIOUs BUsIness name This statement was filed with the Asses- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- que no tiene abogado, es):
and speak to the LCAP or M. Burrows (SBN 309882) Nicholas W. sTaTemenT #281262 sor-County Clerk on 5/24/2019. (Publish- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Dale N. Chen, Esq. SBN 114701
the proposed budget or any Lynes (SBN 312463) The following person is doing business ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, petition shall be held on 7/3/19 at 9 a.m., Law Offices of Dale N. Chen
item therein. WINN LAW GROUP, A PROFESSIO- as: Auto Pride Car Wash, 195 El Camino 5/31/19, 6/7/19, 6/14/19, 6/21/19). Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Red- 4655 Old Ironsides Dr #220
NAL CORPORATION, The Chapman Real, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- wood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Or- SANTA CLARA, CA 95054
5/31/19 Building 110 E Wilshire Ave Ste 212 Full- tered Owner: Auto Pride Car Wash, CA. der to Show Cause shall be published at (408)562-1000
Cns-3253947# erton CA 92832 (714) 446-6686 (File No. The business is conducted by a Corpora- nOTICe OF peTITIOn TO least once each week for four successive FILED: 5/2/2018
san maTeO daIlY 16-16046-0-ECC-GD) (4100-00) tion. The registrants commenced to admInIsTer esTaTe OF weeks prior to the date set for hearing on DATE (Fecha): 5/2/2018
DATE (Fecha): JAN 18 2017 transact business under their FBN on William Norman Schwarz, the petition in the following newspaper of Clerk (Secretario) by, C.Colloum
JOUrnal Clerk (Secretario), by RODINA M. CATA- 01/01/1980. aka William N. Schwarz general circulation: Deputy (Asistente)
LANO, Deputy (Adjunto) /s/Timothy A. Mitchell/ Case Number: 19PRO00660 San Mateo Daily Journal (SEAL)
17-CLJ-00248 SUM, Summons Issued / This statement was filed with the Asses- Filed: 5/23/2019
Filed 335798 sor-County Clerk on 5/15/2019. (Publish- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
(SEAL) ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, tingent creditors, and persons who may Judge of the Superior Court nal: 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19)
5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7/19 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19). otherwise be interested in the will or es- Dated: 5/21/2019
FICTITIOUs BUsIness name tate, or both, of William Norman (Published 5/31/19, 6/7/19, 6/14/19,
sTaTemenT #281081 Cns-3254062#
san maTeO daIlY JOUrnal Schwarz, aka William N. Schwarz. A Pe- 6/21/19).
The following person is doing business FICTITIOUs BUsIness name tition for Probate has been filed by Mark
as: 1) Half Moon Bay Auto Parts 2) Pas- sTaTemenT #281263 Schwartz in the Superior Court of Cali-
torino Farms, 12491 San Mateo Road, The following person is doing business fornia, County of San Mateo. The Peti-
HALF MOON BAY, CA 94019. Regis- as: Auto Pride Car Wash, 909 Woodside tion for Probate requests that Mark
tered Owners: Patricia Pastorino and Rd., REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Reg- Schwartz be appointed as personal rep-
Stanley Pastorino, same address. The istered Owner: Auto Pride Car Wash, sUmmOns (FamIlY law)
resentative to administer the estate of CITACION (Derecho Familiar)
business is conducted by a Married Cou- CA. The business is conducted by a Lim- the decedent.
ple. The registrants commenced to ited Partnership. The registrants com- CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso):
The petition requests authority to admin- 18FAM01069
transact business under their FBN on menced to transact business under their ister the estate under the Independent 295 art
04/01/2019. FBN on 01/01/1980. Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
/s/Patricia Pastorino/ /s/Timothy A. Mitchell/ NOTICE TO RESPONDENT:
thority will allow the personal representa- (AVISO AL DEMANDADO) OIl paInTInG-Canvass, Victorian
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- tive to take many actions without obtain-
sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 5/15/2019. (Publish- Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
FICTITIOUs BUsIness name ing court approval. Before taking certain OBO (650)515-6091
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sTaTemenT #281328 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Yan Zhang
very important actions, however, the per-
5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19). The following person is doing business 5/17/19, 5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19). sonal representative will be required to
as: Hammers Irrigation and Electric, give notice to interested persons unless
YOU ARE BEING SUED BY
PETITIONER:
296 appliances
1005 Jones Court, REDWOOD CITY, CA they have waived notice or consented to
94063. Registered Owners: Jonathan (NOMBRE DEL DEMANDANTE) aIr COndITIOner 10000 BTU w/re-
the proposed action.) The independent
Monzon Galdamez, same address and administration authority will be granted mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
Melvin Torres, 395 E. Okeefe Apt. #24, Jeffry Quang lee brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
unless an interested person files an ob-
East Palo Alto, CA 94303. The business jection to the petition and shows good 0898
You have 30 calendar days after this
is conducted by a General Partnership. cause why the court should not grant au- Summons and Petition are served on
The registrants commenced to transact thority. you to file a Response (form F-120) at Free washer and 220v dryer, both
business under their FBN on N/A. A hearing on the petition will be held in the court and have a copy served on the working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
/s/Jonathan Monzon Galdamez/ this court as follows: JUN. 28, 2019 at petitioner. A letter, phone call, or court move, stairs.
This statement was filed with the Asses- 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of appearance will not protect you
sor-County Clerk on 5/21/2019. (Publish- California, County of San Mateo, 400 If you do not file your Response on time, Glass-panel lampshade. Similar
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, County Center, Redwood City, CA the court may make orders affecting your to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
5/24/19, 5/31/19, 6/7/19, 6/14/19). 94063. marriage or domestic partnership, your ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
If you object to the granting of the peti- $75 (650)727-7266
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296 appliances 298 collectibles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 308 Tools 310 Misc. For sale
hoTPoinT heaVY Duty Dryer excellent oLd, anTique, Bottle Collection: 20 anTique MohaganY Bookcase. Four MaTTress, TWin long, excellent condi- craFTsMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" TunTuri roWing Machine, Good
working condition Burlingame $50 Call bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
Dan (408)656-0958
one coLLecTion of antique Cuban bedsTead singLe, poster style, box neW deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- Lg craFTsMen shop vac 6.5hp $60 uniden harLeY Davidson Gas Tank
MaYTag Washer excellent working Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No spring, mattress available. $40.00. ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must (510)943-9221 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan Texting. (650)593-7408 Sell! (650) 875-8159.
(408)656-0958 shoPsMiTh MarK V 50th Anniversary Vending Machines FOR Sale. Soda
PaTricK nageL Print "Gallery in the beige soFa $99. Excellent Condition niagara VibraTing Adjustable bed most attachments. $1,500/OBO. machine vendo, ten selections. Snack
MFg h20Labs Model 300 exc cond Courtyard ' # 7, Custom Framed , $100 (650) 315-2319 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan (650)504-0585 machine AP, Snack Shop 5 columns
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. .(510)684-0187 (408)656-0958 many selections. $495 each. (650)218-
bunK beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 VinTage craFTsMan Jig Saw. Circa 7125
neW, singer Sewing Machine Univer- sMaLL rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or queen soFa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- 4162 B/O (650)685-2494 Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, WaLKer - Good Condition - Like New -
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
ToPPs basebaLL complete set 1987 call (650)697-3709 310 Misc. For sale $35 (650)341-5347
china cabineT Wallet, $20. Call .
TiFFanY sTYLe Lamp shade. Older- thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) 4474
(650)589-1407 500-600 big Band-era 78's--most mint, 311 Musical instruments
reTro huTch Needs refinishing other- no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
727-7266. chocoLaTe broWn living room chair wise good condition. Top detaches from
TWo 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. 1929 anTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for bottom $25. (650)712-9962 bessY sMaLL Evening Hand Bag With ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
VacuuM cLeaner (reconditioned) Call 650-872-2371.
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 both. Steve (650)518-6614 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 (650)742-6776.
soFa-beige Fabric, Orig. $900,
coMPuTer desK (glass) & chair. Like Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 biFoLd shuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00
VinTage sTeMWare: 3 styles, 23 chroMaTic harMonica: Horner
297 bicycles pcs. $60, (650)207-4162
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or (650)234-8218 (650)544-5306 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
gtecher@comcast.net
bLue oYsTer cult lp signed by donald (650)278-5776.
aduLT biKes 1 regular and 2 with bal- soLid Wood Dining table with exten-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 299 computers coMPuTer desK with 3 side drawers . sion great piece great condition black r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask $80 (650)364-5263 (408)661-6019
19" coLor Monitor with stand VG con- for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or ePiPhone Les Paul Custom Prophecy
chiLd’s schWinn bicYcLe, bLue in Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. dition power cord/owners manual includ- leave message soLid Wood Entertainment Center- cash regisTer Parts; Much Skin Not
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 (650)421-5469.
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Guts $500 (415)269-4784
MounTain biKe new 21 gears $100. coMPuTer sWiVeL CHAIR. Padded Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. eVereTT uPrighT antique piano.
(650)722-3634 recordabLe cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o chroMe baThrooM standard center
set faucet complete and ready to install, Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, (925)482-5742
couches bed tables TV clothes etc $5, (650)595-3933
298 collectibles (650) 578 9208
appt only Leave MSG (650)388-2445
huge LudWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle
TabLe 24"x48" folding legs each end. & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
cosco PLaY Pen with travel bag. Used Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
1984 TiMe magazine. Special 1994 300 Toys desK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 once $35 (650)591-2981 (916)975-4969
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg (650)458-3578
(650)588-0842 14-1000-Pcs PuzzLes $3.00 ea. cuT gLass serving bowl 8" diameter
ThoMasViLLe dining table, $50 4 Piano-andreW KohLer, Mahogany,
(650)207-4162 $25. Call 650-921-4016 Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie dining rooM TabLe and six chairs, mid-century blonde with two
leaves call (650)697-3709. deLuxe FoLder Walker - 5" wheels - (415)334-1980
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. aMerican FLYer locomotive runs chairs -Antique, Mahogany Chippen-
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 dale Chairs- $3000 (650)888-2662 Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
TiKi bar - Original from the 60’s,Like
JuMP and Play Keyboard brand new, in Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 disPLaY case, glass top. 27”x20”x2” PLaYer Piano 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
aPProx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. (650)245-4234. Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- dining rooM Table-Antique,Oak, www.elo.deals
4162 5chairs, w/ extension $200
sTar Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader
(650)290-3188 driVe 3-WheeL buggy $45. Call
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 TWin bed, mattress, box spring, frame (650)589-1407 sPineT Piano + Bench, $50. Call
basebaLL haT and beanie collection $ 50. (650)598-9804. (650)589-1407
sold as set hundreds 1K Leave MSG Free Magazines. Library discards
(650)388-2445
302 antiques dining TabLe (36"x54") and 4 match- TWo Tier Mahogany finish changing ta- year old ones. Wide variety. Good for VinTage auToPiano upright player
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for ble with pad great condition-$30.00 crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
beer sTeins-originaL from Germa- $250 .(650)-654-1930. message or email flycsir@hotmail.com
cLassic LaMborghini Countach ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info (650)771-6324
Print ,Perfect for Garage,Framed Size Free: WiLd turkey feathers; whole
(650)592-7483 dining TabLe - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For WurLiTzer uPrighT piano. Fair con-
Medium ,Good Condition $25. (510)684- TWo Wood Book Shelves, $75 with dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- drawers and pull-down desk call fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark
0187 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. (650)697-3709 (650)207-0882
coLLecTabLe cabbage Patch Kids
MahoganY anTique Secretary desk, 312 Pets & animals
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- dining TabLe. 72" by 42". With leaf used bedrooM Furniture, FREE. Call genuine sWiss Army Knife with knife
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 (650)573-7381. blade, nail file, nail cleaner, scissors, per- one KenneL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
fect, $5, (650)595-3933 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(650) 572-8895 roseViLLe TuLiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. dresser-anTique VaniTY Combo, 3 WaLL uniT/rooM Divider. Simple (650)593-2066
$45. (650)574-2490. beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 lines. Breaks down for transportation.
cooL hoT Rod Print "Eddies Market" (650)290-3188 hands Free, holds any cellphone firm-
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message ly on handlebar, completely adjustable, ParroT cage, Steel, Large - approx
Perfect for Garage,Size Medium,Perfect 303 electronics locks in position, $9, (650)595-3933
condition $25. (510)684-0187 engLish draW Table, $50 Solid Wood 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
WaLnuT chesT, small (4 drawer with offer. (650)245-4084
48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
dePression gLass Dining Plate. 8 Free TeLeVision - Mitsubishi, call(650)697-3709 haT, T-shirT, sweatshirt and comput-
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red.
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local
WhiTe WicKer Armoire, asking $100, 316 clothes
$12 (650)762-6048 eThan aLLen sofa and love seat. Blue great condition, text for picture (650)571- LioneL chrisTMas Holiday expan-
Delivery available. velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- 0947 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 booTs -Lugz Orange County Chopper
dinah WashingTon, Autographed or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- Edition Motorcycle Brand New size 10
8”x10” glossy photo. Good condition onKYo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital stering. Free. (650)593-7001. Wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x LioneL WesTern Union Pass car and Black $60 . (510)684-0187
$1200 OBO (650)342-3825 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
gLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. MoTLeY crue lp signed by neil lee broWn sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
gaMes oF the 23rd Olympiad maga- new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- PhiLLiPs-50” coLor T.V., Heavy, $99
306 housewares sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
iKea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
0842 (650)591-8062 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. negrini Fencing Epee mask size M FancY high heel shoes, never worn
budWeiser sTein $10 (650)589-5065 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95
Lennox red Rose, Unused, hand iKea TabLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. (415)260-6940
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, crYsTaL Wine glasses new (12ea)
304 Furniture $ 30. (650)598-9804. $20.00 Call 650-592-2648
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. oLd b&L Microscope in good condition; Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi
MahoganY TV Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W gerMan sTein $10 (650)589-5065 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. color in excellent condition 3/4
anTique dining table for six people x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
MiLLer LiTe Neon sign , work good with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 length $50 (650)692-8012
$59 call (650)218-6528 3709 MiKasa seT. White. Modern (square) raY-ban ToP Bar Sunglasses
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- KaYano Men’s Running shoes size 11
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- good condition $20 (650)520-7045
neW "beLLa" buffet triple slow cooker weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- 6596 Knee-high bLacK women's boots,
2648 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
roLLerbLades, used, size 10. $20 $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
sinK doubLe cast iron. Good condi- obo. Please call (650)745-6309
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
Ladies sequin dress, blue, size XL,
saMsoniTe 26" tan hard-sided suit pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
307 Jewelry & clothing case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
$45. (650)328-6709 Men's sTeTson hat, size large, new,
anne KLein silver-tone watch with rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- siLK saree 6 yards new nice color.for (650) 578-9208
al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
formation. shoes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
308 Tools sinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, (650)508-8662
$15.00 (650)544-5306 Tuxedo size 40, black, including white
anTique iron Hand Drills. 3 available
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron sLr Lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
craFTsMan 6”x9” belt/disc sander, Wedding dress-designer, Size 12,
used once. Cost $330.00 check Sears Tires-seT oF four P225 45 R18 $80 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
website. $150.00 (650)591-6283 OBO (650)359-2238. for $500 Call (650)867-1728
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316 Clothes 340 Camera & Photo equip. 379 Open houses 620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars 670 Auto Service
WOMAn'S AMeriCAn Rag faux leather OMeGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In- CheVrOlet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 95K MerCeDeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top.
jacket. Perfect condition.
/2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
Black struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 OPen hOuSe
miles, $2000 (650)481-5296 Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851-
0878 AA SMOG
CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT Complete Repair & Service
WOMAn'S tAhAri jacket. Perfect con- ViVitAr V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
liStinGS CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. MerCeDeS ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel. $29.75 plus certificate fee
dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25 Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint, (most cars)
(650) 952-3466 (650)583-6636 GOt An OlDer $13,900 (650)303-4257. Leave msg.
List your Open House 869 California Drive .
WOMen'S BlACk suede fur lined in the Daily Journal. CAr, BOAt, Or rV? MuStAnG ’73- All Original: Miles 300,
Burlingame
345 Medical equipment
boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
Reach over 83,450
Do the humane thing. Paperwork, Light Brown Paint, 351
V/8Cleveland, Auto-Trans, P/S, P/B,
(650) 340-0492
WOrk BOOtS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, ADJuStABle BAth shower transfer Donate it to the
potential home buyers & Humane Society. $30,000 (650)359-6001.
brown, with steel metatarsal protection. bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 renters a day, Call 1- 866-899-3051
COMMODe, Very clean and disinfect-
ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
from South San Francisco POrSChe ‘88 Carrera Targa, 139K SMOG CheCk
318 Sports equipment to Palo Alto. Miles, BK-BK, $32,500. (650) 589-9766. $29.75 + $8.25 certificate
ested. (650)745-6309 hOnDA ‘10 CiViC, 87K miles, $6,800. VAliD Mon thru thu
in your local newspaper. (650)302-5523 9am to 11:30am and 1pm to 5pm
BiG BerthA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver DriVe 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- 630 trucks & SuV’s
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
(415)999-4474 (510)770-1976
Call (650)344-5200 MAzDA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con- FOrD ‘10 F150 Super Crew cab, 78K
Look for coupon in the Daily Journal
dition One owner Fully loaded Low miles. System-One toolboxes and rack. luxurati Auto
BrAnD neW Golf bag with Stand. DriVe DeluXe two button walker $10 miles reduced $15,995 obo (650)520- $16K contact or text (650)520-3725 704 N. San Mateo Dr., San Mateo
4650
Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
No Texting.
(510)770-1976 650-458-6666
FOrD ’88 F150 4x4 Camper shell, 83K
rADiAtiOn PrOteCtiOn 1/2-apron 380 real estate Services MAzDA ‘16 Sky Active one owner per- miles, $2000 obo (650)868-3010
BrAnD neW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods; Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227- fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great $18,995 OBO (650)520-4650. leXuS ‘07 GX450, 124K miles, $11,900
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting. 7742. CAll CrOnAn Real Estate today at (650)302-5523 670 Auto Parts
650 274 0259 to learn how to win
eAStOn AluMinuM bat.33 inches, 30 WAlker/rOlAtOr. neW. large, bas- in the local real estate market. Lunch niSSAn ‘01 MAXiMA 160K miles, tOyOtA ‘06 4runner, 190K miles, 1960S CADillAC hub caps $40
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large is on us! $3,500. (650)302-5523 $7,900.. (650)302-5523 (650)592-3887
size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
eVerlASt 80# MMA Heavy Bag and (650)727-7266 niSSAn ‘12 Leaf, Electric, low mileage
Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966 34,500 Excellent condition (650)796- 635 Vans BriDGeStOne AlenzA 235/65R17,
$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
Garage Sales 450 homes for rent 3896.
tOyOtA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con- used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
Guthy-renker POWer Rider,Ever-
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- POntiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K
miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See CheVy/GMC 1994. Full size. Front
erciser $20 (510)770-1976
lArGe MultiPle FOr rent Rims with good tires. Needs engine
work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell craigslist for pics. plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
knee riDer $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269 9650)714-3865.
leAther GOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
(650) 592-2648. yArD 2 Bedroom 1 bath
house on a quiet
tOyOtA ’96 Tercel Original owner,
30mpg, original paint/Interior, will not
start, $850.00 (650)367-0597.
640 Motorcycles/Scooters
BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
(650) 995-0003
GM truCk/SuV 1994? Large Vehicle.
Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
ble .$75. (650)727-7266
cul-de-sac in Belmont.
SAle
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through with the threat. launches many tweets that are later changed, iff, and described a quickly escalating sched-

TARIFF
Continued from page 1
“This seems more theater and tactics than
a strategy to solve the migration crisis and
rebalance North American trade,” he said.
he talks about something else and things
stay there,” he said.
Trump’s tariff threat comes at a time when
uled of increases.
“If the illegal migration crisis is alleviat-
ed through effective actions taken by
Indeed, on a briefing call with reporters Mexican authorities have been stepping up Mexico, to be determined in our sole discre-
Thursday evening, acting White House chief their efforts, carrying out migrant raids and tion and judgment, the Tariffs will be
passage of the United States-Mexico- of staff Mick Mulvaney said there were sev- detaining thousands of people traveling removed,” the White House said in a state-
Canada Agreement that would update the eral things Mexico could do to prevent the through the country en route to the U.S. ment. But if Trump is not satisfied, the 5%
North American Free Trade Agreement. It tariffs from kicking in. The crumbling city of Tapachula, near the figure will increase to 10% on July 1, to
also comes less than two weeks after Trump He said the White House had specifically Guatemalan border, has become the epicen- 15% on Aug. 1, to 20% on Sept. 1 and to
lifted import taxes on Mexican and refrained from setting specific benchmarks ter of the crackdowns. Thousands of 25% on Oct. 1, the White House said.
Canadian steel and aluminum, a move that but would be looking at progress “on a day- migrants have been stranded in the city “Tariffs will permanently remain at the 25
seemed to clear an obstacle to passage of to-day and a week-to-week basis.” because the Mexican government isn’t pro- percent level unless and until Mexico sub-
his North American trade deal. “We’re going to judge success here by the viding them visas that allow them to travel. stantially stops the illegal inflow of aliens
The White House sees the deal, which was number of people crossing the border and Authorities this week have also been clear- coming through its territory,” the statement
agreed to by the three nations’ leaders in that number needs to start coming down ing out parks of camping migrants and raid- read.
November, as the cornerstone of Trump’s immediately, in a significant and substan- ing hotels where immigrants were staying. During a visit to Canada on Thursday to
2020 legislative agenda. But it needs tial number,” he said. Mexican authorities raided and largely promote the trade deal, Vice President Mike
approval from lawmakers in all three coun- He also insisted that tariffs were “com- broke up the last major migrant caravan, Pence voiced optimism, vowing it would be
tries for it to be ratified. pletely” “separate and apart from the detaining hundreds of immigrants from passed this year. Asked by reporters about
Daniel Ujczo, an international trade USMCA” because one pertained to trade and Central America. the impact of possible new tariffs, Pence
lawyer based in Ohio, said the move puts the other immigration. And the Mexican government has allowed said that both Mexico and Congress need to
lawmakers who want to vote yes in an awk- “The two are absolutely not linked,” he the U.S. to return hundreds of asylum seek- do more and that Trump is determined to use
ward spot because companies in their home claimed. ers from Central America and other coun- his authority to call on them to do so.
states and districts end up paying the tariffs. Jesus Seade, the trade negotiator for tries to force them to wait their cases out in That could include closer cooperation and
He also said the plan, if implemented, could Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Mexico — in one of only a few immigration entering into a “safe third country agree-
slow down the deal’s ratification in Mexico. Obrader, called the matter “most serious” policies that have not been immediately ment” that would designate Mexico as a safe
Still, he and others wondered whether but also downplayed it as an unlikely possi- struck down by the courts. haven for asylum-seekers and make it diffi-
Trump — who has a habit of creating prob- bility. The White House said Trump would be cult for those who enter Mexico from later
lems and then claiming credit when he rush- “It is no secret to anyone that Trump is using the International Emergency claiming asylum in the U.S. — something
es in to solve them — would actually go very active in his use of Twitter, and he Economic Powers Act to implement the tar- Mexico is reluctant to agree to.
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