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Comey testimony takes aim at Trumps credibility


Former FBI director says he was fired over Russia probe, blasts lies
By Eric Tucker and Erica Werner anticipated congres- interpreted Trumps request to end an
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sional hearing that investigation into his former national
captured the coun- security adviser as an order coming
WASHINGTON Former FBI direc- trys attention, pro- from the president.
tor James Comey asserted Thursday vided a gripping He expressed confidence that the cir-
that President Donald Trump fired him account of his inter- cumstances of his firing, and Trumps
to interfere with his investigation of actions with Trump overall behavior toward him, could be
Russias ties to the Trump campaign, and underscored the investigated by special counsel Robert
bluntly accusing the White House of deep distrust that Mueller for possible obstruction of
spreading lies, plain and simple. Donald Trump had soured their justice. But he declined to offer an
Comey also revealed that hed relationship before opinion on whether it met such a
orchestrated the public release of his stunning firing last month. threshold.
information about his private conver- In occasionally explosive state- Trumps private attorney, Marc REUTERS
sations with the president in an effort ments, Comey portrayed Trump as a Kasowitz, seized on Comeys admis- Former FBI director James Comey testifies before a Senate
to further the investigation. chief executive dismissive of the FBIs Intelligence Committee hearing on Russias alleged
Comeys testimony, at a hugely independence and made clear that he See COMEY, Page 31 interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Foster City
levee rises
to lawsuit
Property owner sues over project
aimed at protecting against floods
By Samantha Weigel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Citing state environmental regulations, a Foster City res-


ident is suing over the Bayfront communitys multi-million
dollar levee project he says should wrap around his undevel-
NICK ROSE/DAILY JOURNAL oped property long sought for housing and a marina.
Workers set up in the rain to get the San Mateo County Fair ready for opening day Saturday, June 10. Below: Carla Jones, left, Foster City is on a tight timeline while in the midst of
and Shirley Lipscomb judge pies that will be on display at the fair. planning a $90 million upgrade to meet federal mandates it
upgrade its 8-mile levee system or face being mapped as a

Its a fair time of year flood zone.


This week, resident Sam Runco filed the lawsuit alleging
the levees environmental impact report approved by the
City Council May 8 is inadequate. Runco, who owns 63
Weeklong San Mateo County Fair returns to event center starting Saturday
By Samantha Weigel See LEVEE, Page 18
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

From pig races to robotics demon- California legislative panel


strations and award-winning pies to a
rock symphony, the annual San Mateo
County Fair has come roaring back
advances pieces of budget
just in time for summer. By Jonathan J. Cooper
Whether youre a school-aged child THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
looking to be inspired through educa-
tional science demonstrations, or a SACRAMENTO A California legislative panel
couple planning a date night, the San advanced pieces of the state budget Thursday, setting up a
Mateo County Event Center will be vote in the full Legislature ahead of a deadline next week.
enlivened with opportunities. A budget conference committee advanced portions of the
Kicking off the weeklong fair 10 budget to which leaders of the Assembly and Senate agreed.
It wasnt clear if Gov. Jerry Brown supports the budget
See FAIR, Page 18 See BUDGET, Page 23

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Thought for the Day


Next to the slanderer, we detest
the bearer of the slander to our ears.
Mary Catherwood, American novelist

This Day in History


During the Senate Army-McCarthy

1954 hearings, Army special counsel


Joseph N. Welch berated Sen. Joseph
R. McCarthy, R-Wis., for publicly
attacking a member of Welchs law
firm, Fred Fisher, asking McCarthy: Have you no sense of
decency, sir? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?
In A. D. 6 8 , Roman Emperor Nero committed suicide, end-
ing a 13-year reign.
In 1 8 7 0 , author Charles Dickens died in Gads Hill Place,
England.
In 1 9 11 , Carrie (sometimes spelled Carry) A. Nation,
the hatchet-wielding temperance crusader, died in
Leavenworth, Kansas, at age 64.
In 1 9 3 4 , the first Walt Disney animated cartoon featuring
Donald Duck, The Wise Little Hen, was released.
In 1 9 4 3 , the federal government began withholding
income tax from paychecks.
In 1 9 4 6 , Bhumibol Adulyadej became king of Thailand at
age 18, beginning a 70-year reign that ended with his death
in Oct. 2016.
In 1 9 5 3 , 94 people died when a tornado struck Worcester,
Massachusetts. REUTERS
In 1 9 6 9 , the Senate confirmed Warren Burger to be the new A parrot is seen at Africano animals park, along the Cairo-Alexandria desert road, Egypt.
chief justice of the United States, succeeding Earl Warren.
In 1 9 7 3 , Secretariat won the Belmont Stakes, becoming
horse racings first Triple Crown winner in 25 years.
In other news ...
In 1 9 8 6 , the Rogers Commission released its report on the 911 call for ride to Hooters said Tuesday. This guy would come in Airplane, the Grateful Dead and other
Challenger disaster, criticizing NASA and rocket-builder every time at five minutes to five we bands of that era, who will perform in
Morton Thiokol for management problems leading to the ended with trip to Florida jail close at five with a big sack full of front of the parks landmark
explosion that claimed the lives of seven astronauts. MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. A Florida change. Were not authorized for over- Conservatory of Flowers. The
In 1 9 9 4 , a fire destroyed the Georgia mansion of Atlanta man wanted to go to Hooters so badly time down here. Victorian-era glass greenhouse will be
Falcons receiver Andre Rison; his girlfriend, rap singer Lisa that authorities say he told 911 dis- McGonegal said the unusual form of illuminated in a psychedelic tapestry of
Left Eye Lopes, admitted causing the blaze after a fight, patchers he needed a ride to the restau- payment is his way of protesting the lights to kick off a nightly lightshow
and was later sentenced to probation. rant because his grandmother had just fine. He told the Jackson Citizen Patriot that will run through October.
suffered a stroke in the parking lot. that he was penalized for having trash in The Summer of Love symbolizes the
Birthdays Instead, 28-year-old Jonathan Hinkle
got a ride to the Brevard County Jail
his yard.
I decided I would be just penny ante
free spirit of San Francisco and a gener-
ation of civic rebellion, former Mayor
Tuesday night after deputies searched for as they were, said McGonegal, who Willie Brown said in the citys state-
three hours for his grandmother. When accused city officials of going over- ment, which was released Tuesday and
they finally found her at another loca- board in order to cast Jackson as an worded to address criticism of the event.
tion, she said she hasnt had a stroke or ideal little community. This is exactly why the City of San
asked anyone for help. Wrozek said the bill will be sent to Francisco should take the lead in organ-
News outlets say Hinkle told the dis- Jackson County and attached as a lien izing this event to once again demon-
patcher hed pay responders to take him on McGonegals property. strate the same fortitude our city has
to the Hooters on Floridas Atlantic Its not our job to count his money, today, just as we did in the 1960s.
coast. the treasurer said. That sentiment is not shared by pro-
Actor Michael J. Writer-producer Actor Johnny Hinkle was arrested on charges of mis- moter Boots Hughston, who has twice
Fox is 56. Aaron Sorkin is 56. Depp is 54. using 911. He was released on bond Summer of Love concert pits had permits denied by the Recreation
and Park Department to hold a similar
Comedian Jackie Mason is 89. Media analyst Marvin Kalb
Wednesday night and records dont list
an attorney for him.
San Francisco against promoter event in the park. The city first rejected
is 87. Former baseball manager and player Bill Virdon is 86. SAN FRANCISCO Its not all love a request for a June 4 Summer of Love
Sports commentator Dick Vitale is 78. Author Letty Cottin Michigan city rejects in the commemoration of the Summer of 50th anniversary concert saying
Pogrebin is 78. Rock musician Mick Box (Uriah Heep) is 70. Love. Hughston had made numerous misrep-
Retired MLB All-Star Dave Parker is 66. Film composer James pennies for mans $270 fine Plans for a free concert in Golden Gate resentations about security and crowd
Newton Howard is 66. Mystery author Patricia Cornwell is 61. JACKSON, Mich. A man who owes Park to mark the iconic summers 50th control leaving them concerned about
Actress Gloria Reuben is 53. Gospel singer-actress Tamela $270 for trash in his yard wants to pay anniversary have turned into a war of public safety. A week ago, the city
Mann is 51. Rock musician Dean Felber (Hootie & the with lots of pennies, but a Michigan words between the city of San Francisco denied a renewed request for the concert
Blowfish) is 50. Rock musician Dean Dinning is 50. city isnt taking the change. and an independent concert promoter. to take place Aug. 27, saying Hughston
Musician Ed Simons is 47. Actress Keesha Sharp is 44. Brian McGonegal has tried to pay off The citys Recreation and Park had advertised the event before getting
Country musician Shade Deggs (Cole Deggs and the his debt by making a series of $27 pay- Department announced this week it will his permit.
Lonesome) is 43. Bluegrass singer-musician Jamie Dailey ments with 2,700 pennies. The Jackson host the Surrealistic Summer Solstice This is their way of usurping our
(Dailey & Vincent) is 42. Actress Michaela Conlin is 39. city treasurer, however, has rejected the , a four-hour jam featuring over 40 event, Hughston said. The depths
Actress Natalie Portman is 36. Actress Mae Whitman is 29. coins, telling him to put them in rolls. legendary musicians on June 21. The these guys are going to to try to stop our
Actor Lucien Laviscount is 25. Its not practical, Randy Wrozek lineup includes members of Jefferson event is unbelievable.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these four Jumbles, June 7 Powerball Fantasy Five
Thurs day : Rain likely. Highs in the mid
one letter to each square,
to form four ordinary words. 5 21 57 66 69 13 5 10 12 17 26 50s to upper 60s.
Powerball
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SALTN Daily Four chance of showers. Lows in the lower 50s.
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Daily three midday showers. Highs in the 50s to mid 60s.
June 7 Super Lotto Plus Fri day ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in the lower 50s. West
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28 34 36 46 47 12 Daily three evening Saturday : Partly cloudy. Highs in the 50s to mid 60s. West
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5 8 9 Saturday ni g ht: Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s.
IBLAVE The Daily Derby race winners are Money Bags, No. 11, Sunday : Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming
in first place; Lucky Charms, No. 12, in second place;
sunny. Highs in the 50s to mid 60s.
and Gorgeous George, No. 8, in third place. The race
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in the lower 50s. Highs in the mid 50s to lower 70s.
time was clocked at 1:44.55.
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Police reports another, it was reported 2:37 a.m. Sunday,
June 4.
Reckl es s dri v i ng . A man in a black
Chevrolet Tahoe was speeding and almost
Fully loaded rental struck another driver on Page Street before
A gun was found under the seat of a 10:27 a.m. Tuesday, May 30.
rental vehicle on El Camino Real in Di s turbance. A man was trying to attack
Redwood City before 7:51 a. m. employees at a business on Broadway before
Tuesday, May 30. 10:30 p.m. Sunday, May 28.
Di s turbance. A man went to a residents
property, urinated on the front porch and
MILLBRAE took a cooler from a nearby yard on Arguello
Arres t. A 28-year-old San Francisco man Street before 4:20 a.m. Sunday, May 28.
was arrested for possession of heroin and
paraphernalia near El Camino Real and BURLINGAME
Taylor Boulevard before 1:28 a.m. Theft. Three rental vehicles were stolen
Wednesday, May 25. from a lot on Cowan Road before 9:54 a.m.
Arres t. A 21-year-old Millbrae man was Sunday, May 28.
arrested for possession of drugs and para- Sho pl i fti ng . Someone stole candy from a
phernalia on the 400 block of Lincoln Circle store on El Camino Real before 1:22 a.m.
before 3:40 p.m. Tuesday, May 24. Sunday, May 28.
Arres t. A 25-year-old San Francisco man
was arrested on multiple misdemeanor war- BELMONT
rants on the 500 block of El Camino Real
before 12:22 p.m. Tuesday, May 24. Di s turbance. A man brandished what
Burg l ary . An unknown person entered a appeared to be a sawed-off shotgun from his
room through a window and stole a laptop trunk following a verbal dispute in a parking
valued at approximately $672 before 8 a.m. lot on El Camino Real before 2:01 p.m.
Tuesday, May 24. Tuesday, May 30.
Theft. A vehicle was stolen on the rst Parki ng v i o l ati o n. A vehicle was block-
block of Rollins Road before 10 p.m. ing a driveway on Folger Drive before 8:40
Monday, May 23. a.m. Tuesday, May 30.
Arres t. A 48-year-old Millbrae man was
arrested after trespassing and being found in FOSTER CITY
possession of ammunition and an explosive Wel fare check. Someone was passed out or
on the 100 block of Aviador Avenue before sleeping on a bench on East Hillsdale
3:45 p.m. Monday, May 23. Boulevard, it was reported at 10:14 a.m.
Monday, June 5.
REDWOOD CITY Fo und pro perty. A bicycle was found in
Di s turbance. Someone in a drive-thru on the water at Beach Park Boulevard and Tarpon
Veterans Boulevard threw their drink at Street related to a call the day prior, it was
reported at 6:15 a.m. Monday, June 5.

Lester Robert Thayer Sr. Obituary


Lester Robert Thayer Sr., born March 8,
1936, in Newark, New Jersey, to John years, Kris Thayer, brother, Jerry Thayer
Wilson and Geraldine (Kay), his sons Frank Thayer and Don
Marie Thayer, died peace- Thayer, eight grandchildren, and several
fully June 3, 2017, after a nieces and nephews. He was loved by many
long illness of family members and friends. Funeral servic-
Alzheimers disease. es are scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, June 16,
He was 81 years old. at Green Valley Mortuary in Rescue,
Les spent most of his California. Go to greenvalleymortuary.com
life living in San Mateo for more information.
County where he and his
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1953 until 2009. He moved to Placerville, words or less with a photo one time on a
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San Carlos considers retail pot shops
Resident support, tax revenue, community fit among concerns for council
By Anna Schuessler and that his focus in the upcoming years to see how marijuana-related
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF conversation will be on finding the businesses fit into comparable
best way to implement a law that communities across the state.
In an effort to scope how local found overwhelming support Foster City, San Mateo,
laws will intersect with among California voters. Burlingame, San Bruno and South
Proposition 64, the San Carlos Though Mayor Bob Grassilli San Francisco are among cities in
City Council will review a recom- acknowledged the voter support for the county that have enacted tem-
mendation to allow at least one increased access to marijuana, he porary bans and Half Moon Bay
cannabis-related retail business but still had questions about the effect officials are studying the issue with
no more than three at its Monday of widening its availability to cus- an interest in the potential for
meeting. tomers in the city. Of particular greenhouse cultivation. County
Whether a marijuana retail busi- concern to Grassilli was selling officials are also studying the issue
nesses will be restricted to operat- edibles, which may be a risk to with the end goal of creating
ing on the east side of El Camino youth and other users who may not potential regulations and a more
know certain foods contain mari- regional approach on growing and REUTERS
Real and from operating within
1,000 feet of residential zones is juana. commercial operations. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Assistant Field Office Director
also up for review, according to a The devils always in the Were sort of breaking new Jorge Field, right, 53, and Field Office Director David Marin arrest an Iranian
staff report. details, he said. This is a little ground and my question is whether immigrant in San Clemente.
Acknowledging 65 percent of different than opening up an ice it makes sense to take a wait-and-
the citys voters voiced support of
the state law legalizing recreation-
cream store.
Grassilli said he is more comfort-
see approach instead of an early
adopter approach, he said.
Immigrants with deportation
al use of marijuana last fall, the able with other types of business- In other business, the council
council at an April meeting request-
ed staff gather input from San
es, such as cultivation and distribu-
tion, being located within the city,
will review a proposal for a 162-
room Hilton Garden Inn hotel
orders arrested at check-ins
Carlos residents on whether and but hopes the council will enact planned for the intersection By Amy Taxin toring bracelets. Others have been
how many marijuana-related busi- measures that ensure operators of between Industrial Road and Brittan THE ASSOCIATED PRESS released much like they were dur-
nesses the city should allow. any marijuana-related business are Avenue. Plans for the hotel were ing President Barack Obamas
Staff took input from a nine-day in good standing. approved by the Planning LOS ANGELES For years, administration in what immigra-
city poll run later that month to According to the report, city Commission May 15 with some immigrants facing deportation tion attorneys say appears to be a
develop their recommendation that staff will take steps to put a concerns about the buildings have been allowed to stay in the random series of decisions based
the city allow a limited number of cannabis sales tax measure on the height. The hotel is expected to U.S. provided they show up for more on detention space than pub-
marijuana-related businesses. The November 2018 ballot if the city replace two two-story buildings regular check-ins with federal lic safety.
poll results indicated over 76 per- allows cannabis-related retail busi- with a seven-story building and a deportation agents and stay out of Everywhere, people going in
cent of those who took the poll nesses. Grassilli said he has heard four-level above-ground parking trouble. After a brief meeting, to report are just absolutely terri-
were in favor of allowing cannabis- marijuana-related businesses are garage on the 1.6-acre site at 1091 theyre usually told to return fied, said Stacy Tolchin, a Los
related retail businesses in the city, capable of generating healthy tax Industrial Road. months later to check in again. Angeles immigration attorney.
62 percent were supportive of revenue but, because the city has The city will also conclude the Now, in cases spanning from Agents still consider requests to
allowing at least two, and close to diversified its tax revenue in recent 2016-17 sidewalk repair project Michigan to California, some of delay deportations at immigrants
47 percent were supportive of at years with new hotels, billboards aimed at reducing tripping hazards these immigrants are being told regularly scheduled check-ins if,
least three businesses, according and a car dealership to come online throughout the city by notifying their time here is up. for example, someone has a med-
to the report. in the next few years, he is less property owners of potential haz- Immigrants who already have ical condition, said David Marin,
Councilman Mark Olbert said he concerned about creating a new rev- ards on their property and requiring deportation orders and were who oversees enforcement and
trusts the residents he represents enue stream through marijuana them to fix them or pay the city to allowed to stay in the country removal operations for
and that they would not have voted sales. repair them. Of the $300,000 bud- under the prior administration Immigration and Customs
in favor of legalizing marijuana Were doing a pretty good job of geted for the program, property have become a target under Enforcement in Los Angeles. But
and allowing retail stores if they getting ancillary-type income to owners owed a total of $201,000 to President Donald Trumps new decisions are made on an individ-
were not supportive of it. the city, he said. the city for sidewalk repairs. So far, immigration policies, with some ual basis, and efforts are being
If thats what theyre saying, Though Councilman Cameron $157,833 has been paid by proper- getting arrested on the spot during stepped up to procure travel docu-
then we ought to take heed of that, Johnson said he was currently ty owners, with $43,167 still owed check-ins with officers. Such ments from foreign countries to
he said. undecided, he favored a cautious to the city. arrests have dismayed family send people back home.
Olbert said he thought restricting approach toward making marijuana members and sent chills through They still have the ability to
retail locations from areas within a available for purchase in the city. The council meets 7 p.m. immigrant communities. file a stay, but again, were look-
1,000-foot radius of residential He said he could see value in hold- Monday, June 12, at City Hall, 600 In other instances, immigrants ing at it in a different light,
zones sounded reasonable to him, ing off on a decision for a couple Elm St. have been fitted with ankle-moni- Marin said.

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Some states review election systems for signs of intrusion


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS revelation prompted an election security Indiana, New York and West Virginia. reported. Its not clear where else the emails
review in Virginia. Both are considered The report, dated last month, asserts that may have been sent.
RALEIGH, N. C. Officials in some presidential battleground states. hackers obtained information from compa- But the revelation, published by the
states are trying to figure out whether local In Illinois, officials are trying to deter- ny employees and used that to send phish- online news outlet The Intercept, set off
election offices were targeted in an apparent mine which election offices used software ing emails to 122 local election officials questions in the states where VR provides
effort by Russian military intelligence to from the contractor that the report said was just before the election last November in an software.
hack into election software last fall. compromised. attempt to break into their systems. North Carolina state elections board
The efforts were detailed in a recently The three are among eight states where So far, there is no indication that voting director Kim Westbrook Strach said her
leaked report attributed to the U.S. National election offices had contracts with VR or ballot counting in any states were affect- office had not been contacted by any federal
Security Agency. Systems, a Florida-based company that pro- ed. Officials in at least five counties in officials about whether any of the 21 coun-
North Carolina is checking on whether vided software to manage voter registra- Florida a key political swing state ty election offices that use VR software were
any local systems were breached, while the tions. The others are Florida, California, received the emails, the Miami Herald targeted.

Woman sentenced for embezzling Local briefs cle on the 300 block of Oak Avenue
Wednesday afternoon.
exchange zone, which is the area marked
with turquoise paint in front of the station
from Redwood City IT firm sighting was at about 9:40 p.m. when the At approximately 2:44 p. m. , police at 333 90th St.
A Newark woman who pleaded no contest driver of a vehicle said she saw a mountain responded to the report by two pedestrians
to charges of felony embezzlement in April lion cross in front of her. Sheriffs officials who saw him. He then drove away in his car Man appears in court over
was sentenced Thursday said that the cat crossed from east to west on south on Oak Avenue. He is described as deadly Oakland warehouse fire
morning to eight months Crestview Drive just north of Melendy white, 25 to 35, with short dark hair,
in jail and eight months unshaven, slim build with a black T-shirt OAKLAND Families of some of the
Drive. A second sighting occurred about two dozens of people who were killed in an
of court supervision, San hours later on the 3300 block of Brittan and blue jeans. His car was described as a
Mateo County prosecu- silver Toyota or Honda with tinted windows Oakland warehouse fire attended a court
Avenue where a resident said he saw a moun- hearing Thursday to catch a glimpse of the
tors said. tain lion standing on a hillside northeast of and a sunroof, according to police.
Yolanda Kwan, 44, Anyone with information related to this man charged with 36 counts of involuntary
his carport. Sheriffs officials said in each manslaughter.
worked for 14 months as sighting the cat left the area on its own. The crime is encouraged to call the San Bruno
an office manager for Police Department at (650) 616-7100. Four people wearing buttons with pic-
cat went northwest into the Pulgas Ridge tures of victims strained to see suspect
Information can also be provided anony-
Yolanda Kwan Head in the Cloud, an IT Open Space Preserve following the second Derick Almena during his five-minute
firm in Redwood City. sighting. mously by email to: sbpdtipline@san-
During that time, she racked up $12,194.70 bruno.ca.gov. appearance after they were ushered into the
County officials asked residents to be courtroom through a private hallway by
in personal expenses on a company credit alert and use caution in the event of any
card. other sightings in the area. Police seek help identifying victim advocates.
Outside court, the parents of 20-year-old
Kwan has a lengthy record of theft con- Go to wildlife.ca.gov/keep-me-wild/lion Craigslist robbery suspect Michela Gregory told reporters that they
victions, including a prior felony embez- for more information about staying safe in
zlement case, as well as a misdemeanor theft Police are seeking the publics help in wanted to see if Almena registered any
areas where mountain lions live. identifying a man suspected of robbing a remorse.
conviction dating back to 1995, according
victim in Daly City last week, police said. I just wanted to see his face, David
to District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. Man shoots BB gun, arrested At 7:30 p.m. June 1, after responding to Gregory said.
And those are in our county, Wagstaffe A San Bruno was arrested Wednesday
said. So if one simply went to our clerks an ad on Craigslist, the victim met a man at However, he said the families view was
night for shooting a BB gun and shattering a gas station in Daly City to purchase Apple obstructed and they were unable to get a
office, it would be public record one could the window of a vehicle as it drove by on
get. laptops and iPhones from him. good look at the suspect.
the 900 block of Huntington Avenue. According to police, the man took a cab Almena, 47, had been expected to enter a
Obviously people didnt check her back- At approximately 11:47 p. m. , police
ground, Wagstaffe said. to the gas station and met the victim in his plea in Alameda County Superior Court, but
responded to the report and were on scene car to complete the transaction. Inside the his attorney asked for his arraignment to be
Kwan was ordered to pay $12,194.70 in when a parked vehicles window shattered
restitution to the victim and was remanded vehicle, the man allegedly robbed the vic- rescheduled.
nearby. Officers identified a residence where tim with a 4-inch pocketknife, then left the Almena was ordered back to court June 15
into the custody of the court to begin her the shot came from and contacted Brandon
sentence. She has been out of custody on scene in the cab. when his co-defendant in the case is expect-
Moore, 24, inside and determined he was the The suspect is described as a white man, ed to make his first appearance before a
bail and has no credit for time served, one shooting windows, according to
according to Wagstaffe. about 30 to 40 years old, with short gray judge.
police. and brown hair, about 5 feet 6 inches tall Almena and Max Harris, 27, were arrested
Defense attorney Ross Green was not He was arrested and booked into San
immediately available to comment on his with a stocky build. Monday after a six-month investigation of
Mateo County Jail for charges related to He was wearing a white V-neck T-shirt, a the Dec. 2 fire that occurred during an unper-
clients behalf. assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a gray baseball hat, blue denim shorts, brown mitted electronic music concert at the build-
BB device in a grossly negligent manner boots and carried a light blue and yellow ing known as the Ghost Ship.
Mountain lion spotted in San Carlos and vandalism, according to police. The North Face backpack, police said. As part of the involuntary manslaughter
A San Carlos resident reported seeing a There was also a report earlier in the day Anyone with information is asked con- counts, they are accused of illegally con-
mountain lion on Wednesday night, accord- at 12:58 a.m. of a vehicle driving through tact the Daly City Police Department at verting the warehouse into living and party
ing to San Mateo County officials. in the same area being struck and damaged (650) 991-8119 or call the anonymous tip space.
The sighting was reported around 10:45 by a projectile, according to police. line at (650) 873-AIMS and refer to case Almena leased the building and Harris
p. m. on the 3300 block of Brittan number 17004059. helped him sublet space to tenants and pro-
Avenue. Man wanted for indecent exposure Police recommend that online sales trans- moters, even though the warehouse was not
This follows two other sightings San Bruno police are on the lookout for a actions through websites like Craigslist be licensed for housing or entertainment,
Saturday night in San Carlos. The first man who was seen masturbating in his vehi- conducted at the police departments safe prosecutors said.

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Burlingame preps
to cut eucalyptus
Some trees in failing health face removal
while others need further examination
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Comment on
or share this story at
A dozen eucalyptus in Burlingame are on www.smdailyjournal.com
the chopping block as city officials claim
the mature trees are declining in health and
need to be removed. crete and asphalt, according to the report.
The 12 trees are slated to be cut down later Several of the trees were visibly showing
this month in the area east of the train signs of decline with cankers, decay and rot,
tracks on Burlingame Avenue, and officials according to the report. For those 15 euca-
will examine the health of 15 others sus- lyptus identified as needing a deeper health
pected to be threatened as well. examination, tools gauging the strength
The decision to cut the trees was issued and density of the wood will be used along-
REUTERS following a health inspection from both the side excavations and X-rays to check root
Donald Trump at the Infrastructure Summit with Governors and Mayors at the White House. city and an independent arborist who began health.
studying the state of the grove following Glomstad said officials want to move

Trump to evangelicals: Were two others nearby needing to be removed


due to health conditions.
Parks and Recreation Director Margaret
urgently in assuring all the necessary trees
are removed and assessed before inclement
weather hits.
We want to get everything sorted out
Glomstad said the exact location of each tree

under siege, will be stronger


By Darlene Superville
slated for removal as well as those needing
further examination will be identified in a
city report due before the next City Council
at a Washington hotel across town from meeting.
before we have more winter storms, she
said.
The tree removal comes a year after city
officials struck an agreement with Caltrans
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Capitol Hill, where Comey was testifying Each tree already removed has been to save a historic grove of eucalyptus along
in a nationally televised hearing replaced with a different variety of eucalyp- El Camino Real which the state transporta-
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump And as you know, were under siege. We tus, said Glomstad, and those potentially tion agency had threatened to cut under an
sought comfort in the figurative embrace of will come out bigger and better and stronger cut in coming weeks will be replanted as effort to improve driver safety.
his evangelical supporters Thursday as the than ever. You fought hard for me and now well. The replacement eucalyptus will be a Officials and residents had advocated for
FBI director he recently fired told Congress Im fighting hard for all of you, Trump said. smaller variety, growing only 70 feet, less invasive means of improving driver
about their conversations, telling a reli- He said his one goal as president is to which is 50 feet shorter than the existing visibility at the corner of El Camino Real
gious gathering that they are under siege fight for the American people and to fight species, according to citys Facebook page, and Floribunda Avenue as alternatives to
but will emerge bigger and better and for America and America first. making them easier to care for and maintain. trimming from the Howard-Ralston eucalyp-
stronger than ever. Trump spoke about his actions to safe- Those identified for removal will be cut tus row, recognized on the National Register
of Historic Places.
Trump made no reference to Comey in his guard religious freedom and continued, for a before the end of the month, said Glomstad, Ultimately officials agreed cars traveling
remarks to the Faith and Freedom second straight day, to label congressional and the additional study on the rest of the south along El Camino Real will no longer
Coalitions annual gathering. But hours Democrats as obstructionists who are grove will begin in July. be allowed to make a left turn at Floribunda
before the president arrived to make his first blocking his agenda. Yet it is differences of The planned removals follow three euca-
Avenue toward downtown rather than the
public comments of the day, Comey told the opinion among Republicans, who control lyptus in the grove falling victim to the road widening required to establish a left-
Senate intelligence committee that Trump both houses of Congress, standing in the winter storms, when they crashed down due hand turn lane, which would have required
tried to get him to pledge loyalty and drop way of what Trump wants to do on health to root decay and other health issues. the tree trimming.
an investigation into potential collusion care and other issues. The incident compelled officials to begin
Officials recognize the community inter-
between Russia and Trumps campaign. Trump also mentioned getting the Senate examining the health of all the eucalyptus est in preserving healthy eucalyptus,
trees in the area and do a more comprehen-
Trump abruptly fired Comey on May 9. A to confirm Justice Neil Gorsuch for a seat on according to the report, in an attempt to
sive evaluation of the rest of the grove near
private attorney for Trump said the president the Supreme Court, and keeping a campaign assure the removal on Burlingame Avenue is
the Recreation Center, said Glomstad.
never asked Comey to stop investigating promise to repeal a rarely enforced IRS rule Last year in the winter we lost three by done appropriately.
anyone. barring churches and tax-exempt groups As the proud city of trees, Burlingame
the playground, and others were leaning and
In his remarks to the conference, Trump from endorsing political candidates at the pulling up dirt, said Glomstad. It generat- strives to maintain its urban forest and pre-
pledged to always support the right of evan- risk of losing their status. ed concern, so we hired an independent serve its tree canopy, according to the
gelicals to follow their faith, which some As long as Im president, no one is arborist. report. The city must also balance this
conservatives believe is under attack by going to stop you from practicing your faith The third party found the 49 other mature proud tradition with the need to ensure the
government. or preaching what is in your heart, he said. trees have been properly maintained, but are safety of all those who live along or near
We will always support our evangelical Trump said restoring freedom also means susceptible to health issues, as their roots Burlingame Avenue or use the street to
community and defend your right and the repealing and replacing the health care law can be restricted by the surrounding con- access Washington Park.
right of all Americans to follow and to live enacted in 2010 by then-President Barack
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Iran: Five Tehran attackers


had fought for Islamic State
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Wahhabi, an ultraconservative form of
Sunni Islam practiced in Saudi Arabia.
TEHRAN, Iran Five of the men who However, it stopped short of directly blam-
launched an attack in the heart of Irans cap- ing the kingdom for the attack, though
ital previously fought for the Islamic State many in the country expressed suspicion
group, the countrys Intelligence Ministry Irans regional rival had a hand in the attack.
said Thursday, acknowledging the first such The men had left Iran to fight for the
assault by the extremists in the Shiite extremist group in Mosul, Iraq, as well as
power. Raqqa, Syria the groups de facto capital,
The attacks Wednesday on Irans parlia- the ministry said. It said they returned to
ment and the tomb of its revolutionary Iran in August under the command of an
leader killed at least 17 people and wounded Islamic State leader and escaped when
over 40, stunning its people. authorities initially broke up their extrem-
The ministry issued a statement on its ist cell. REUTERS
website with bloody pictures of the mens The ministry did not identify the mens Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britains opposition Labour Party, gestures as he leaves a counting
corpses. It identified them by their first hometowns, nor say how they were able to center for Britains general election in London.
names only, saying they didnt want to evade authorities. A woman suspected to be

U.K. exit poll suggests PM Mays


release their last names due to security and
privacy concerns for their families.
It described them as long affiliated with
involved in the attack was arrested
Wednesday.

Qatar rejects blockade, election gamble has backfired By Jill Lawless and Gregory Katz It would also put pres-

denies terror allegations


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Muslim Brotherhood, despite the fact that
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LONDON British Prime Minister


sure to resign on May,
who called the snap elec-
tion in the hope of
Theresa Mays gamble in calling an early increasing her majority
its neighbors outlawed the Sunni Islamist election appeared Friday to have backfired and strengthening
DOHA, Qatar Arab states have no right organization. spectacularly, after an exit poll suggested Britains hand in exit
to blockade Qatar, the countrys top Sheikh Mohammeds hard line mirrored her Conservative Party could lose its major- talks with the European
diplomat said Thursday, insisting the cam- that of a top Emirati diplomat who told the ity in Parliament. Union.
paign by Saudi Arabia and its allies to iso- AP on Wednesday that the United Arab If confirmed, the result would lead to a If the poll is anything
late the tiny, energy-rich nation is based on Emirates believes theres nothing to nego- Theresa May like accurate, this is
period of political uncertainty and could
false and fabricated news. tiate with Qatar. throw Britains negotiations to leave the completely catastrophic
In a wide-ranging interview with The Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, the United European Union into disarray. The pound for the Conservatives and for Theresa May,
Associated Press, Qatari Foreign Minister Arab Emirates and other countries severed lost more than 2 cents against the dollar former Conservative Treasury chief George
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al diplomatic ties with Qatar earlier this week within seconds of the announcement. Osborne said on ITV. Clearly if shes got a
Thani repeatedly denied that his country and cut off air, sea and land travel to the As results trickled in from hand counts of worse result than two years ago and is
funded extremists and he rejected the idea of peninsular nation. ballots, all parties urged caution in reading almost unable to form a government, then
shutting down its Al-Jazeera satellite news Kuwaits emir is working to mediate the too much into the exit poll. During the last she, I doubt, will survive in the long term as
network. Gulf crisis around Qatar, which is home to a election, in 2015, the Conservatives did Conservative Party leader.
He said Qatar, as an independent nation, major U.S. military base and is the host of better than the exit poll predicted. Ed Balls, a former Labour Treasury chief,
also had the right to support groups like the the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Conducted for a consortium of U.K. broad- said it would hurt Mays negotiating posi-
casters by interviewing voters leaving tion with Europe.
polling stations, it is regarded as a direc- I dont see how she can be a strong and
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would get 314 of the 650 seats and the seat House of Commons to form a majority
Labour Party 266. It projected 34 for the government. In the last Parliament, the
Scottish National Party and 14 for the Conservatives held 330 seats compared
Liberal Democrats. with 229 for Labour, 54 for the Scottish
That result would confound those who National Party and nine for the Liberal
said the opposition Labour Partys left- Democrats.
wing leader, Jeremy Corbyn, was electoral- The Labour Party drew strong support
ly toxic. Written off by many pollsters, from young people, who appeared to have
Labour surged in the final weeks of the cam- turned out to vote in bigger-than-expected
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Letters to the editor Other voices
Toll roads national embarrassment and rein- Housing solutions needed
Editor,
Low-income people of our commu-
nities already support our highway
vokes the specter of the ugly
American. Editor,
We need specific, aggressive solu-
tions to end mass displacement now.
Single-payer
health vote
system when they buy gasoline or Tejinder Uberoi Are you all aware that the city of San
pay income taxes, no matter how Mateo holds a wait list for the
low their taxable income may be. Los Altos
below-market rate units of any com-
They do pay their fair share. plex that gets built in their city?
Now we are planning to make one
lane of Highway 101 harder for them
Contradictory laws Any new developments require 10
Monterey County Herald
percent to 15 percent of their units
to use unless able or willing to pay Editor, to be at a below market rate rental
tolls to use them. Regarding the recent solo climb of

L
amount. ast Thursday, the California state Senate made
This will increase the divide El Capitan without ropes or safety I currently live in San Mateo and the bold move of voting to create a single-
between the haves and the have- gear, everyone calls it death defying have no access to any of these payer health system without having any idea of
nots. It would also increase resent- and extremely hazardous and hes a below-market rate units because
hero. Evidently its legal to attempt. how to pay for it.
ment among our population not there is no inclusion required for
unlike the one already existing So, why are others forced by law Ostensibly spurred by concerns over the future of the
these developers to accept a Section Affordable Care Act at the federal level, Senate Bill 562
between landlords and tenants. The (under monetary penalty) to wear a
helmet when riding a motorcycle? 8 housing choice voucher. Our city by state senators Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, and
American dream is getting more has a housing crisis that has gone
untenable for certain segment of our Forced by law to wear a seat belt in a Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, would create a single-payer
car? I would venture to say it is way on for years and during the advocacy system which would cover health expenses for every
population.
more dangerous to attempt a solo, for remedies for such the Section 8
resident in California.
unaided climb up the face of a shear housing choice voucher population
Oscar Lopez-Guerra has been forgotten about. Many on Considering the magnitude of such a proposal, the
granite cliff than a four hour ride very least that is owed is a thorough accounting of how
San Mateo without a seat belt. this program are disabled and elderly
and it is sad to see the ones who exactly such a program would be paid for. After all,
need it the most have to struggle in according to estimates from a legislative analysis pro-
Robert Lingaas
NATO San Mateo
this way, to include myself. I will vided to the Senate Appropriations Committee on May
Editor, leave you with this: what good is 22, the proposal is anticipated to cost $400 billion per
In his latest effort to win friends affordable housing, if the ones most year, more than double the state budget. While half of
and influence people, President U.S. Department of Housing vulnerable are not allowed access to that could be covered by existing federal, state and
Trump admonished European leaders it? local funding, the other $200 billion would have to be
to contribute their fair share to
and Urban Development cuts covered by new tax revenue.
NATO. What hypocrisy, what chutz- Editor, Doreen Brown Even those figures could be off, because as the leg-
pah. This is the man who used every I nearly fell out of my chair when I San Mateo islative analysis explained, there is tremendous uncer-
possible loophole to avoid paying read the commentary from Ken Cole tainty in how such a system would be developed, how
his fair share of taxes. If everybody of the San Mateo County the transition to the new system would occur and how
emulated Trumps smart example, Department of Housing and Mid- Pride in serving participants in the new system would behave.
our infrastructure and national Peninsula Housings President Matt
Franklin in the article Federal cuts Editor, But rather than provide the sort of thorough vetting
defense would be in shambles.
target home affordability: Countys On May 29, Memorial Day, I wore such a massive overhaul demands, the bills authors
When Trump equivocated on
housing experts predict budget my Army field jacket with pride to instead pushed for a vote on a half-baked proposal
Americas commitment to mutual
reductions could create homeless- Starbucks in Burlingame to purchase advocated by the California Nurses Association and
defense and played coy to its Article
5 commitment, Germanys Angela ness in the June 5 edition of the coffee for my wife. I also wore it to many progressive Democrats.
Merkel seized the moment stating, Daily Journal regarding proposed see if anyone would acknowledge the Theres no funding mechanism within this bill
We Europeans must really take our Housing and Urban Development fact that I am a veteran who served because we want to further study and ensure that this
fate into our own hands. Speaking budget cuts. his country proudly from 1963 to becomes a program that is viable, Lara told colleagues
to journalists, she made no effort to I would remind Cole that the gov- 1969. Unfortunately, not one person
on the Senate floor, seemingly unaware of the implica-
hide her utter contempt for Trump ernment doesnt have any money of gave me a second look. Is this what
our country has come to, that one tions of what he had just said.
and his entourage. Britains depar- its own,only money which has been
taken from others.But the worst is who has served his country and made The vote came as a poll was released last week by the
ture from the European Union is also Public Policy Institute of California showing most
interpreted as an unambiguous Franklins contention that the fed- a commitment to protect our way of
eral governmentis abdicating its life and perhaps give up his/her life Californians support changing the states immense,
retreat from the world stage.
Germany is generally considered to responsibility for affordable hous- is not recognized for his or her serv- insurance-based medical care system to one in which
be the new leader of the liberal ing.This is outrageous! No govern- ice? the state provides universal coverage.
world. ment, federal or otherwise, is I take pride in that I was able to But, the 65 percent support dropped to 42 percent if a
Perhaps, NATO members should be responsible for providing housing serve and I resent the fact that those single-payer system requires new taxes, which, of
more wary of the United States role for anyone, with the exception of who have not cannot at least say course, it would.
in world affairs. The politics of prisoners. Maybe if local cities and Thank you for your service. The absence of a complete proposal led many law-
NATO is fraught with many risks. counties ... step forward and take On May 27, I was fortunate and makers who are otherwise sympathetic to its aims to
Invocation of Article 5 resulted in responsibility for their own, they proud to place American flags on the either vote against it or abstain.
needless NATO deaths resulting from wouldnt be waiting around for graves of fallen service people
someone else to pay for it. The tax- Rather than rushing to pass it before its complete,
U.S. policy blunders in Iraq and along with hundreds of Boy and Girl we should keep it here and finish the work, said state
Afghanistan. It should only be used payers of this nation would best be Scouts at the Golden Gate National
served not only by not listening to Sen. Steve Glazer, D-Orinda, who voted against the
when a NATO ally is in imminent Cemetery. It was an honor and a
danger of being attacked. Trump these two but by insisting they both bill.
privilege to do so as it was a honor
rounded off a disastrous NATO meet- be removed from their positions. Whatever the merits of single-payer health care in the
and a privilege to serve my country.
ing by shoving the prime minister abstract, what the Senate voted on was a proposal lack-
of Montenegro to ensure that he was Vince La Froscia ing critical details without which a responsible vote in
Walter P. Kelly favor is impossible. The prospect of an unvetted bill
front and center of a photo-op. Such Redwood City
bullying, boorish behavior is a Millbrae with hundreds of billions of dollars in proposed annual
costs becomes even less sensible in light of the states
inability to balance the budget it already has.
OUR MISSION:
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most The proposal would not only cover all Californians
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for who now have some form of health insurance, but near-
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula.
By combining local news and sports coverage, ly 3 million more mostly undocumented immigrants
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, who lack coverage, and would eliminate out-of-pocket
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to costs for everyone.
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Joe Rudino provide our readers with the highest quality
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joy Uganiza Todd Waibel information resource in San Mateo County. Such numbers are a guarantee of higher costs, not to
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Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we mention additional expenses as co-pays and deductibles
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Renee Abu-Zaghibra Robert Armstrong are eliminated and more people move to California for
Nicola Zeuzem, Production Manager dynamic and ever-changing community.
Jim Clifford Elizabeth Cortes free health care.
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events Robert Hutchinson Tom Jung
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Brian Miller Mona Murhamer SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM As state Sen. Jeff Stone, R-Temecula, pointed out,
Karan Nevatia Jeanita Lyman California is already the highest-taxed state in the
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Modest gains, led by banks, push indexes higher Russian meddling into the U.S.
By Alex Veiga
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS presidential election.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 21,265.69 In his testimony, Comeys first
Financial companies led U.S. Low: 21,138.16 public statements since his May
stock indexes higher Thursday, Close: 21,182.53 9 dismissal, he told Congress
nudging the Nasdaq composite Change: +8.84 that President Donald Trumps
index to a record high. administration spread lies
The latest gains came as the OTHER INDEXES about him and the FBI after his
stock market continued to trade S&P 500: 2433.79 +0.65 abrupt firing in May. Comey also
mostly in a narrow range in the NYSE Index: 11,678.92 +11.19 asserted that Trump fired him to
absence of major new economic Nasdaq: 6321.76 +24.38 interfere with his investigation
data and ahead of next weeks NYSE MKT: 2616.39 -22.80 of Russias role in the 2016 elec-
meeting of Federal Reserve poli- Russell 2000: 1415.61 +18.94 tion and its ties to the Trump cam-
cymakers. Wilshire 5000: 25,312.70 +39.54 paign.
Speculation that the Fed will Stock indexes barely budged
raise interest rates helped boost 10-Yr Bond: 2.19 +0.01 throughout the hearing, the pub-
financial stocks for the second Oil (per barrel): 45.71 -0.01 lic portion of which wrapped
day in a row. Higher interest rates Gold : 1,280.30 -12.90 around midday.
allow banks and credit card Today did not turn into a mar-
issuers to charge more for loans, at U. S. Bank Wealth 21,182.53. Both indexes remain Bond prices fell. The 10-year ket event, nor did it accelerate the
which boosts profits. Management. Weve been in a slightly below their record highs Treasury yield rose to 2.19 per- path toward further progress on
Utilities and consumer goods very low volatility period of set last Friday. cent from 2. 18 percent late the legislative and administrative
companies were among the time. Were also a bit between The Nasdaq added 24.38 points, Wednesday. agenda, Northey said.
biggest decliners. Energy stocks material economic events. or 0. 4 percent, to 6, 321. 76. Stocks wavered between small Investors have been looking
also fell as crude oil prices The Standard & Poors 500 Small-company stocks fared bet- gains and losses through much of for more progress out of the
declined. index gained 0.65 points, or 0.03 ter than the rest of the market. the day as investors tuned in to White House on its agenda to cut
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By Kevin Freking and Marcy Gordon prevent another meltdown were making it the Republican overhaul of the 2010 Dodd- returned $29 billion to 12 million con-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS harder for community banks to lend and Frank law is unlikely to clear the Senate in sumers who were victims of deceptive mar-
hampered the economy. No Democratic law- its current form. Senators have said theyll keting, discriminatory lending or other
WASHINGTON The Republican-led makers supported the measure; only one spend the next few months trying to find financial wrongdoing.
House approved sweeping legislation Republican opposed it. common ground on legislation designed to All were doing is spending our time tak-
Thursday to undo much of former President Our community banks are in trouble, boost the economy. Potential areas for ing away protections for the American peo-
Barack Obamas landmark banking law cre- said Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis. They are compromise include changes to how much ple and their futures. Have we learned noth-
ated after the 2008 economic crisis that being crushed by the costly rules imposed capital banks must maintain and decreasing ing? asked Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md.
caused millions of Americans to lose their on them by the Dodd-Frank Act. This law the paperwork burden for small lenders. Several Democratic lawmakers insisted
jobs and homes. may have had good intentions but its con- President Donald Trump had said he wants they were willing to make some changes to
The largely party-line vote was 233-186, sequences have been dire for Main Street. to do a big number on Dodd-Frank, and Dodd-Frank, but that the Republican bill
as Republicans argued the rules designed to House passage was widely expected, but the House vote marks progress toward that went much too far.
goal. The bottom line is we put an end to the
The overhaul bill targets the heart of the Wild West of Wall Street, and were on a nice,
laws restrictions on banks by offering a steady playing field, said Rep. Michael
trade-off: Banks could qualify for most of Capuano, D-Mass. We should be able to
the regulatory relief in the bill so long as adjust it, but we should not throw it out.
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practices that invite future economic collect commissions must put their clients
shocks. interests ahead of their own.
They also oppose efforts to sharply cur- Also, financial regulators would lose the
tail a consumer protection agencys power power to dismantle a failing financial firm
to pursue companies that it determines have and sell off the pieces if they decided its col-
participated in unfair or deceptive practices lapse could endanger the system. Instead,
in their financial products and services. The the bill would let banks fall under an
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has expanded part of bankruptcy law.
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No questioning KDs decision now


By Brian Mahoney I think I said it last night, it just
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS looks like he understands this is his
moment, this is his time, Warriors
CLEVELAND Kevin Durant never demanded hed get coach Steve Kerr said Thursday. Hes
to take the biggest shot of the NBA Finals. earned it. Hes been in this league for a
The Golden State Warriors made no promises and he long time, and hes, I think, at the top
knew there were no guarantees. When they met last sum- of his game at the biggest time.
mer in New York to discuss the biggest decision of his Durant was widely criticized last
career, neither side even focused on winning titles. year when he left Oklahoma City for
They talked about having fun, and now Durant is on the Steve Kerr Golden State, chided for trying to take
verge of having the time of his basketball life. the easiest route to a title by joining
One win from his first championship and probably the what was already a stacked team. USA TODAY SPORTS
NBA Finals MVP award along with it, Durant is the per- Kevin Durant shoots over Cavs guard J.R. Smith in the fourth quarter
fect player in the perfect place. See DURANT, Page 16 of Game 3 of the NBA Finals Wednesday at Quicken Loans Arena.

Giants 9, Brewers 5

Giants bats
come to life
to win in 10
By Genaro C. Armas
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MILWAUKEE Hunter Pences RBI sin-


gle opened the scoring in a four-run 10th
inning, and the Giants overcame a rough
outing by closer Mark Melancon for a wild
9-5 victory over the
Brewers Thursday.
Denard Span added an
RBI double in the 10th off
Brewers reliever Jacob
Barnes (1-1), who gave up
five hits and four runs
without retiring a batter.
The Giants rallied after
Hunter Pence Melancon blew a two-run
lead in the ninth. Eric
Sogard led off the ninth with a homer, and
Travis Shaws RBI single three batters later
tied the game at 5 with no outs before
Melancon got the next three hitters.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Melancon (1-1) ended up with the win in
South City shortstop Dylan Debono, middle, makes a throw across the infield a after third baseman Alex Anguiano could not come up with spite of giving up three runs and two hits.
the grounder on a diving attempt, with field umpire Casey Owen, right, looking on Thursday night at Washington Park. The Brewers tried to rally again in the

South City comeback


10th, but Eric Thames ended the game by
grounding into a double play against Derek
Law with runners on the corners and one out.
The bearded slugger hit a solo homer for
the Brewers, his 16th of the year. Thames
also lost a ball in the sun in the top of the
10th after Joe Panik hit a sacrifice fly to the
warning track that scored the Giants fourth
S.C. Indians overcome five-run deficit to top Burlingame in Colt League run of the inning.
The Brewers had momentum until then fol-
By Terry Bernal service. Freitas diligence saved the day, and sports personality Ken Dito, who was in
his Indians reaped the reward, as they rallied attendance to see his grandson play for lowing the two-run ninth off Melancon. It
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
back from an early five-run deficit to win Burlingame. could have been worse for the Giants, but
12-6 in a critical matchup with Burlingame. The other umpire, Casey Owen, leveled third baseman Eduardo Nunez, who was play-
It was a baseball game that almost wasnt. ing in, snared a line drive just to his right to
Thursday night in Peninsula Colt League That was huge, Freitas said of the two the playing field, as he works as a junior-
makeshift umpires stepping up. We play varsity baseball coach at El Camino High save a potential extra-base hit.
action, first pitch between the South City The ninth also featured an odd play after
Indians and the Burlingame Mules was four-game weeks already. So, it saves us School and was in attendance to watch his
from playing a five-game week. South City players. Dito and Owen each said Thames reached on a walk. Jesus Aguilar fol-
delayed for 15 minutes due to the official lowed with a double to left that got stuck
umpires being no-shows for the game at Freitas found a couple good ones too. Not they had never umpired a game in their
only did both dress the part each were lives, ever, prior to Thursday. under the padded outfield fence. Left fielder
Washington Park. Orlando Calixte retrieved the ball, and a
But then South City manager Joe Freitas already wearing black jackets and billed The telltale signs of the impromptu
used his veteran wiles to fish two fans out of caps but one was a Bay Area radio celebri-
the grandstands and drafted them into umpire ty at that in the person of former KNBR See COLT, Page 14 See GIANTS, Page 13

Pens answer back in big way, now one win away


By Will Graves the Predators to the brink of elimination for
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Penguins 6, Predators 0 the first time during their run to the final.
Nashville Predators in Still a lot of work to be done but the way I dont know if anybody shakes off a
PITTSBURGH The night started with a Game 5 of the Stanley Cup we played tonight, if we can build off that game like that that quickly, Nashville
catfish throw. Final to take a 3-2 lead. momentum, thats important, Crosby said coach Peter Laviolette said. Nobody feels
It ended with haymaker after haymaker Pittsburgh will have a after collecting three assists. We know good leaving the building playing the way
both literal and proverbial from Sidney chance to become the first were going to be facing a desperate team. we did.
Crosby and the rest of the resilient franchise to win back-to- One that cant get back to the creature All the good mojo Rinne generated while
Pittsburgh Penguins. back championships comforts of Smashville fast enough. The helping Nashville rally to tie the series at 2
The defending champions provided an Sidney Crosby since Detroit in 1998 Penguins chased Pekka Rinne with a three- vanished in a span of 20 minutes. Justin
emphatic reminder of why theyre on the cusp when the series shifts goal barrage in the first period and kept it
of history with a 6-0 demolition of the back to Nashville for Game 6 on Sunday night. going against backup Juuse Saros to push See HOCKEY, Page 17
12 Friday June 9, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Ostapenko latest out-of-nowhere Slam finalist


By Howard Fendrich
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PARIS Jelena Ostapenko is a young


woman in a hurry.
On the day she turned 20, Ostapenko
became the first unseeded French Open final-
ist since 1983, using big and bold ground-
strokes to end points lickety-split on the way
to beating 30th-seeded Timea Bacsinszky of
Switzerland 7-6 (4), 3-6, 6-3 on Thursday.
Her life is like this: Everything very
fast, said Ostapenkos coach, former pro
Anabel Medina Garrigues. Hit fast. Walk
fast. Talk fast.
Its true. How quickly did this come togeth-
er for Ostapenko, the first tennis player from DAVID BANKS/USA TODAY SPORTS
Latvia to reach a Grand Slam final? Not only In response to domestic abuse allegations,
is this just her eighth major tournament, and Addison Russell issued a statement saying:
not only had she never been past so much as Any allegation I have abused my wife is false
the third round at one before this week, and BENOIT TESSIER/REUTERS and hurtful.
Latvias Jelena Ostapenko during her semifinal match against Switzerlands Timea Bacsinszky
Russell calls
not only did she lose her opening match in
Paris a year ago, but she has yet to win a tour- Thursday to advance to Saturdays French Open championship against Simona Halep.
level title of any sort. There will be quite a contrast in styles opponent. She tried staying in points until
I mean, when I came here, Ostapenko
said, her words spilling out with nary a pause
in between, of course I didnt expect I would
Saturday at Court Philippe Chatrier.
The 5-foot-6 (1.68-meter) Halep is a ball-
chasing, defensive dynamo unafraid of
Ostapenko would make a mistake. She tried
mixing speeds and angles and target spots.
She tried hitting shorter to draw Ostapenko
allegation of
be in the final.
In Saturdays championship match, the
47th-ranked Ostapenko will face Simona
lengthy exchanges who gets to nearly every-
thing off an opponents racket and is careful
when she swings. She made 14 unforced
forward. She tried hitting deeper.
None of it worked well enough to win,
although here is precisely how close the
abuse false
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Halep of Romania, who got past 2016 U.S. errors against the No. 2-seeded Pliskova, match was: Ostapenko won 106 points,
Open runner-up Karolina Pliskova of the whose total was 55. The 5-10 (1.77-meter) Bacsinszky 105. CHICAGO Major League Baseball is
Czech Republic 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 in the second Ostapenko, meanwhile, is aggressive as can Bad luck. OK. Its a tough one, looking into a domestic violence accusa-
compelling semifinal on a sunny day with the be, a go-for-the-lines-and-hit-them tour de Bacsinszky said when she was informed of tion against Chicago Cubs shortstop
temperature touching 81 degrees (27 Celsius). force who likes to keep points as snappy as that margin, her eyes filling with tears. I cry Addison Russell.
While Ostapenko is assured of making her her answers to reporters questions. now or later? It actually makes me cry now. His wife, Melissa, posted a photo
debut in the top 20 next week thanks to her Bacsinszkys scouting report on Ostapenko, It didnt help that she tweaked her right Wednesday on Instagram with a caption sug-
surprising showing at the French Open, there a pal she played doubles with last year? thigh in the first set. A trainer taped up her gesting he was unfaithful to her. In another
is more at stake for the No. 3-seeded Halep: In She is young and reckless, in a sense. leg; Bacsinszky took painkilling medicine. post, a user named carlierreed and described
addition to a chance for Grand Slam title No. Shes not afraid of anything. Shes a big hit- Still, not much later, she was two points from by Melissa as a close friend accused Russell
1, a victory would allow the 25-year-old to ter, said Bacsinszky, who also lost in the taking that set. of mentally and physically abusing her.
seize the No. 1 ranking for the first time, too. 2015 French Open semifinals. Shes a baby, In some moments, Ostapenko said, I felt The posts have been deleted.
This is the second major final for Halep, the but shes a beautiful baby. a little bit tight. Russell issued a statement Thursday that
runner-up to Maria Sharapova at Roland One who hits the ball as if shes angry at it. Didnt really show. She surged in the said: Any allegation I have abused my wife
Garros three years ago. Bacsinszky whose birthday was also tiebreaker, winning four of the last five is false and hurtful. For the well-being of my
I hope this time I can play better, Halep Thursday; she turned 28 employed all
said, and I can win it. manner of strategies in a bid to throw off her See TENNIS, Page 17 See RUSSELL, Page 17

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Oregon State pitcher has sex case in past comment from the news- and said the school does not condone the
By Gillian Flaccus
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS paper. Coach Pat Casey conduct as reported.
declined to comment. But we also understand that this case
PORTLAND, Ore. Luke Heimlich, a Heimlichs attorney, involves a criminal matter that was previous-
standout pitcher for Oregon States top-ranked Stephen Ensor, did not ly addressed by the judicial system in the state
baseball team, pleaded guilty to a single count return a call from the AP. of Washington, he wrote.
of molesting a 6-year-old girl when he was a Oregon State Students who are registered sex offenders are
teenager. spokesman Steve Clark not allowed to live in student residence halls
Heimlichs criminal history was reported by declined to say when or work with minors, he said.
The Oregonian/OregonLive on Thursday, a Luke Heimlich Oregon State became Prosecutors initially charged Heimlich with
day or two before hes slated to pitch in this aware of Heimlichs status two counts of molestation for abuse that USA TODAY SPORTS
weekends regional final against Vanderbilt. as a registered sex offender or to answer any began when the girl was 4, The Oregonian Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel was scratched
The winner advances to the College World questions about the case, citing federal laws said. from his scheduled start Wednesday.
Series. that protect student privacy. Heimlich ultimately pleaded guilty to one
The left-hander from Puyallup, Washington,
is projected to be an early round pick in next
weeks Major League Baseball draft. MLB
The state police provide the school with a
list of registered sex offenders who are affiliat-
ed with the campus on a regular basis, Clark
count of molestation between February 2011
and December 2011, a period during which he
was 15. Prosecutors dismissed the other
MLB wins leader
spokesman Michael Teevan said the league
had no comment.
In an editorial accompanying the article, the
said, and the school then interviews each per-
son and puts safeguards in place to protect
other students and staff.
charge as part of a plea bargain.
He entered a diversion program, received
two years of probation and was ordered to
lands back on DL
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newspaper said it learned about Heimlichs He declined to say if Heimlichs name had attend sex offender treatment for two years,
2012 conviction while doing a routine back- been provided to the school by the Oregon according to court records. He was sentenced
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Astros ace Dallas
ground check before running a profile on him. State Police. to 40 weeks of detention at Washingtons
Keuchel went back on the disabled list with
Heimlich failed to renew his registration as Were not able to discuss the specifics of Juvenile Rehabilitation authority. But that
neck discomfort and returned to Houston on
a sex offender in Oregon within 10 days of his this case, when we knew, what we knew or any sentence was suspended and he served no time,
Thursday to be examined.
most recent birthday and was cited in Benton other student information specific to this stu- according to court records, because he success-
Keuchel was scratched from Wednesdays
County on a misdemeanor charge that was dis- dent or other students. Its a federal law, Clark fully completed probation.
start against the Kansas City Royals with
missed last month, according to court records told the AP. Heimlich was classified in Washington state
what the Astros initially said was an illness.
reviewed by the AP. What I would offer to you is were very as the lowest-level sex offender with little risk
He is 9-0 with a 1.67 ERA in 11 starts for
That citation led The Oregonian to the aware of this matter now and we take this very of repeating the behavior. He finished his pro-
the Astros, who have the best record in the
Washington state case and it obtained those seriously. bation and court-ordered classes in fall 2014,
major leagues. The 2015 NL Cy Young Award
records using a public information act request. OSU President Ed Ray called the account around the time he moved to Corvallis,
winner is holding batters to a .183 average.
Heimlich did not respond to requests for disturbing in a statement released Thursday Oregon, to attend Oregon State.
Hes going on the DL for a minimum of 10
days, Astros manager A.J. Hinch said. That

GIANTS brings concern in its own right. Being symp-


tomatic with the same injury from earlier in
the year is concerning, but until we see him
and talk with him, and get another report from
Continued from page 11 the doctor, we just wont know.
Im not sure what goes into these pinched
relay throw home to try to get Thames nerves, or what the doctors plan will be to
bounced to the backstop, allowing Aguilar get him better. We need to get him right and
to go to third. back on the mound, we hope soon. If he miss-
The umpires ruled a ground-rule double es one start, great. If its more than that then
with the ball lodged at the wall, sending it is what it is.
Thames back to third and Aguilar to second. Keuchel was placed on the disabled retroac-
Thames would eventually score on Shaws tive to Monday. He was on the disabled list
single. from May 15-May 26 with a pinched nerve in
his neck.
Starting time He was activated May 27 and allowed one
run and four hits over six innings to win at
Johnny Cueto threw 106 pitches over five Texas. He struck out eight, walked two and
innings, allowing six hits, four walks and threw 86 pitches.
three runs, including Thames homer in the He was sick all the way through
third. The right-handers eight-game win- Arlington, Hinch said. He barely made it
ning streak against the Brewers came to an out to the bench a couple of days. He lost a lit-
end with the no-decision. The streak started BENNY SIEU/USA TODAY SPORTS
tle bit of weight and had taken some medicine
on Sept. 25, 2012, while he was with the Giants left fielder Austin Slater hits his first major league home run, a solo shot in the fourth to feel a little bit better. He threw when he got
Cincinnati Reds. inning in a 9-5 extra-inning win against the Brewers Thursday at Miller Park. here to Kansas City, and was scheduled to
Up next league series on Friday with the Minnesota start.
Trainers room Twins. RHP Sam Dyson, who was acquired He began warming up Wednesday for his
Buster Posey and Pence each got a planned Matt Moore (2-6) gets the start when the this week from the Texas Rangers, is expect- start against the Royals, but stopped after a
day off from the starting lineup. team returns home to open a three-game inter- ed to join the team over the weekend. few pitches and returned to the clubhouse.

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straight Indians reached base Soto sin-


Raiders, UNLV working on deal to COLT gled home Gunar Rullhausen, Rodrigo
Gutierrez doubled, Dylan Debono laced a
two-run single and advanced to third on an

use planned 65,000-seat stadium


By Regina Garcia Cano built 65,000-seat stadium near the Las Vegas
Continued from page 11 error, Anguiano singled home Debono,
Josue Iniguez reached on an error to score
Anguiano, Andy Levine walked, Justin
umpiring crew were evident from the outset. Keegan reached on a dropped fly ball to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Strip in 2020. The team intends to present to Dito, working as the home-plate umpire,
the board the stadiums proposed design by score Iniguez, Gunar Rullhausen singled
stationed himself behind the pitchers again, and No. 9 hitter Gage Rullhausen
LAS VEGAS The public entity oversee- its August meeting, with a goal of breaking mound as he had no protective gear to wear.
ground before the end of the year. ripped a two-run double up the left-center
ing a $1.9 billion plan for the Raiders future And right off the bat, when a first-inning gap to give South City an 8-5 lead.
home in Las Vegas addressed a long list of The law that authorized a tax increase paid by foul ball off the bat of South City leadoff
guests at hotels and other lodging facilities in South City added two runs in the fifth and
preliminary issues Thursday that the NFL hitter Jacob Soto sailed out of play, two more in the sixth.
team and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas the Las Vegas area that would provide $750 Burlingame starting pitcher Milo White and
million to the project dictates that the UNLV Anguiano went on to pace all hitters with
are still negotiating regarding the use of the catcher Zac Nelson were haplessly looking a 4-for-5 night. He would have had five hits
planned stadium by the school football team. football team must have access to the stadium. about to figure who was supposed to present
Nevada lawmakers and others criticized a if not for a tremendous
The issues include rent, scheduling, UNLV a new baseball into play. Several pitches play in the second
signage and field markings. A draft of the draft of a document released earlier this year later, Nelson found himself resorting to
that called for the Raiders to sign off on any inning by Burlingame
agreement was not presented at the meeting dusting off home play with the back of his shortstop Tim Christian,
of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority board. field markings and use of the stadium for catchers mitt.
any college football games. who danced to his right
I think there is a pretty solid shared under- Good fun at the yard. to snare a high liner with
standing of what that agreement will look The Raiders and the NFL are expected to But it didnt take long for a riveting base-
contribute $500 million to the project. In a backhanded snow-cone
like, board chairman Steve Hill said after ball game to break out. With both teams catch.
the meeting. There are some technical addition, the team has said it has secured a offenses taking aggressive at-bats,
$650 million loan from the Bank of America Anguiano was also in
issues that we just need to figure out, such as, Burlingame woke up with a four-spot in the the middle of what will
you know, whats the field configuration to cover the rest of the projects cost. bottom of the first inning, as the Mules Alex Anguiano officially go down as the
going to be? Is it going to be natural turf or Details of the teams financing structure, opened with four consecutive hits by Jake
which NFL owners approved at their meet- first blown call of Ditos umpiring career.
AstroTurf for UNLV? Huey, Steven Bianchi, Matthew Kitts and In the sixth inning with Anguiano at
Hill said the board expects UNLV to not ings last month, have not been made public. Ian Semien. Kitts and Semien recorded an
Hill said the teams financial situation will third, a ball was batted to Burlingame first
pay rent under the agreement and instead RBI apiece and each eventually scored on baseman Connor Kall. The left-hander
reimburse the Raiders for the cost of operat- remain confidential, but the total cost of the wild pitched.
project, as well as the general sources and threw home with Nelson, the catcher,
ing the stadium when it uses the facility. Burlingame (3-5 overall) added a run in attempting a swipe tag to outside of the foul
The Raiders plan to relocate to a yet-to-be- uses of funds will be released. the second on a fielders choice groundout line. But when Anguiano juked around the
off the bat of Bianchi to score James tag and touched the plate, Dito who had a
Adams, staking the Mules to a 5-0 cushion.
Fairley advised to give up football NFL brief South City (5-5) though responded with
tough vantage point stationed behind the
pitchers mound called Anguiano out.
METAIRIE, La. Saints coach Sean Payton one of its biggest innings of the season. During a postgame interview, Anguiano
condition hes had throughout his six-year
says defensive tackle Nick Fairley is seeing Coming from 5-0 behind, that was huge, was adamant about Nelson not tagging him
NFL career.
multiple heart specialists after one physician Freitas said. It is good for them to respond on the play.
Fairley, a former Auburn star and 2011
advised Fairley to stop playing football. because this was such an important week. No, he did not, Anguiano said.
first-round draft choice by Detroit, was one
Payton says he hopes Fairley can return to of New Orleans top defensive performers The importance of the week was in South Dito actually approached Nelson after the
the Saints, but not unless the 29-year-old last season. He was credited with 6 1/2 City climbing back to respectability. play to ask him if he tagged the runner.
defensive lineman has full confidence that sacks, nine tackles for losses and 22 quar- Entering play Tuesday, the Indians were Nelson correctly answered yes.
continuing to play wont worsen a heart terback hits in 2016. scuffling with a 3-5 record, but have now But following the game, Nelson came
won two straight to get back to the .500 clean, saying he did not tag him. Nelson
mark. also said he thought the out call was justi-
And South Citys offense manhandled its fied as he was picked off at first base earlier
way to respect in the third inning, sending in the game and a call by Owen he disagreed
13 batters to the plate amid an eight-run with.
rally. I was safe at first too on that pick-off
They were getting runs; they were work- play, Nelson said. So I was just trying to
ing hard, said Alex Anguiano, South Citys make it even.
cleanup hitter. We just said were going to Anguiano was also a good sport about it,
fight back and score runs on them. saying he would have done the same thing
Every South City starter reached base in as Nelson if the situation were reversed.
the frame, sparked by a one-out single by I would have said yes, of course,
Gunar Rullhausen. Then with two outs, nine Anguiano said.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Friday June 9, 2017 15
U.S. tops Trinidad in World Cup qualifier Pulisic made his playoff against Asias No. 5 nation.
By Pat Graham
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS international debut The Americans have three wins and
15 months ago and three draws since Arena replaced
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. After has seven goals and Jurgen Klinsmann as coach in
sliding to score a goal with his left five assists in 15 November. The teams biggest test in
foot, Christian Pulisic got back up, appearances, Arenas second stint comes Sunday at
raced for a corner and glided across the including four Mexico.
grass on both knees. goals and three This was a big game. We needed the
Just a teenager showing exuberance. assists in his last three points, said Jozy Altidore, who
Pulisic rescued the United States Christian Pulisic four contests. He had the assist on Pulisics second
with a pair of second-half goals, and has scored or goal. Now, we can go into Mexico
the Americans beat Trinidad and assisted on seven of the last eight and play with our minds clear.
KIRBY LEE/USA TODAY SPORTS Tobago 2-0 on Thursday night to American goals. Kenwyne Jones nearly put the Soca
Arizona State junior Maggie Ewen set a new collegiate record move into third place at the halfway Hes having fun, U.S. coach Bruce Warriors on top in the 33rd minute,
in the hammer throw at 240 feet, 7 inches Thursday at the point in the final round of World Cup Arena said. Hes a natural for the beating goalkeeper Tim Howard to a
NCAA Division I outdoor track and field championships. qualifying. game. He sees the game very well. cross but putting a header off the
Pulisic, an 18-year-old phenom After crashing to an 0-2 start in the crossbar. Clint Dempsey, John

Ewen sets new college from Hershey, Pennsylvania, ended a


frustrating start for the U.S. offense
with a goal in the 52nd minute, then
hexagonal of the North and Central
American and Caribbean region, the
U.S. is back among the top three,
Brooks and Altidore all had good
chances, but T&T keeper Jan-Michael
Williams made several sprawling

record in the hammer


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added another in the 62nd.
They were tough in the first half,
definitely, Pulisic explained. They
which earn berths at next years tour-
nament in Russia. Mexico leads with
13 points, followed by Costa Rica
saves.
There was hardly any difference
between both teams, Trinidad coach
had a lot of guys behind the ball and (eight), the U. S. (seven), Panama Dennis Lawrence said. I think the
we couldnt work our way through (six), Honduras (four) and Trinidad altitude affected the tempo in the
EUGENE, Ore. Maggie Ewen felt as if maybe the colle- (three). game. Both teams struggled with it.
them. Once we got the first one, it
giate womens hammer record had been toying with her The fourth-place team advances to a What cost us were errors in our end.
kind of opened up.
most of the season.
After all, the Arizona State junior had been within 10 feet
of the coveted mark five times this spring.
The more she chased it, the farther away it felt.
But the record finally went down Thursday, as Ewen threw
240 feet, 7 inches to win the hammer title at the NCAA
Division I outdoor track and field championships at
Hayward Field.
Its been something weve been trying to hit all year, but
in the back of our mind kind of thing. It just meant a lot to
do it here, too, Ewen said of the previous record of 239-3,
set by Georgias Jenny Dahlgren in 2007.
We tried to not think about it as much as possible and go
into every competition like, just do what youre going to
do. If its meant to happen it will happen.
Ewens winning throw came in the third of six rounds.
That improved her lead and she took it for good, as no one
else came within 15 feet.
I think it was just all the little queues that weve been
working on all year, Ewen said of her best toss. You think
about one and another one kind of goes away. I think every-
thing just kind of came together on that one throw.
Ewen later finished sixth in the shot put at 57-1, more
than two feet off her personal best. But the smile had not
left her face some five hours after capturing the record she
wanted.
Kent State senior Danniel Thomas finally got the marks
she was looking for as well when she won the shot put with
a personal-best 62-10, moving her to third on the NCAA
all-time list.
Her previous best (60-8) came on a wet day in late April.
The event was delayed and she didnt want to throw. But she
proved to herself that she needed to push through.
Ever since then in practice, Ive put a pressure on
myself, Thomas said. After taking that pressure off, I was
able to relax, work on the technique me and my coach have
been working on and it paid off.

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LeBron not faulting Dubs for building powerhouse


By Tom Withers and Draymond Green. ples of teams that spent for success.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CLEVELAND LeBron James knew what


Its part of the rules,
James said Thursday. Is
it fair? I dont care. Its
Im not one to judge and say if its fair or
not if guys are adding players to their
team, he said. It happens. Its sports. You
Game 3 ratings up
might happen when Kevin Durant merged
with the Warriors, a 73-win team out for
great for our league.
Right now, look at our TV
have an opportunity to sign one of the best
players, and you can do it, go ahead and do 22 percent from 16
revenge. ratings, look at the it. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
James understood the potential of this money our league is pour- Why not? If I become an owner, Im
Golden State goliath with more firepower ing in. I mean, who am I going to try to sign everybody. CLEVELAND Game 3 of the NBA
than perhaps anything the NBA has seen LeBron James to say if its fair or not? With that, James walked off the dais, end- Finals drew 20.5 million viewers on ABC,
before. James paved the way ing a news conference in which he addressed an increase of 22 percent from last season.
And although hes on the cusp of being for Durant by leaving Cleveland as a free the dawn of Golden States dynasty, his Golden States 118-113 victory over
swept in the Finals for the second time agent in 2010 to play with All-Stars Chris future and criticism for a play late in Cleveland was the closest game of the
by a team unequalled in todays game, James Bosh and Dwyane Wade in Miami, where the Wednesdays loss. series and the most-watched Game 3 ever
isnt envious of the Warriors for building a trio won back-to-back titles sandwiched It would have been understandable if on ABC, according to Nielsen numbers
super power in sneakers. between four straight Finals. James doesnt James had been dour given that his hopes to announced Thursday.
Hed do it, too. begrudge the Warriors, he even pointed out win a fourth title and second straight with The overall ratings for the series, the
One day after Cleveland plunged into a 3-0 the NBA isnt the only league where dynas- Cleveland evaporated in the closing min- first time the same two teams have
hole following a demoralizing 118-113 loss ties have been built by owners throwing utes of Game 3. The Warriors outscored the played in three straight Finals, are the
in Game 3, James said he didnt have a prob- around money. Cavs 11-0 down the stretch to run their highest since 1998, when Michael
lem with Durant tilting the balance of power James, who has expressed a desire to own postseason record to 15-0, and theres no Jordan won his last championship. It is
by joining forces with a star-studded that a team one day, cited the New York Yankees reason to believe they wont close out the averaging 20 million viewers, up 11
already had Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Dallas Cowboys in the 1990s as exam- series on Friday night. percent from 2016.

what either even imagined. proud of Durants success and understands when they sat down in the Hamptons and

DURANT The Warriors had the leagues best record


even while losing Durant late in the season
to a knee injury, and really turned it on in
why moving to a team like the Warriors was
so attractive.
Their team was already kind of put
talked about where the former scoring cham-
pion fit in a lineup with Stephen Curry,
Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.
Continued from page 11 the playoffs. They are 15-0 and will trying together, and you just implement a guy I think the whole thing was how fun it
to finish the NBAs first perfect postseason thats ready to sacrifice, a great talent, a guy would be, because of the style of play,
But that wasnt the way he looked at it. with a victory over Cleveland on Friday in thats willing to do whatever it takes to help because of the individual talents, Kerr said.
Durant wasnt thinking about lifting tro- Game 4. the team win, James said. But that team, None of these guys are ball-dominant play-
phies or being fitted for championship Durants 3-pointer over LeBron James they knew what they were about. He just had ers. They all love playing off the ball, cut-
rings. He loves to play basketball, and with 45 seconds left in Game 3 gave the to come in and just do what he had to do. ting, moving, passing. And it fits. They fit
loved the way the Warriors play it. Warriors the lead for good in a 118-113 vic- And thats what hes been doing. like a hand in a glove.
I didnt envision anything but just being tory, providing him a lasting highlight that Durant is averaging 34 points, 10 A hand that will soon have a champi-
around good people and getting better every will be the signature play of this series and rebounds and 6.0 assists in the Finals, join- onship ring. Even those who hated Durants
single day. Thats exactly what happened perhaps his career. ing Michael Jordan and Shaquille ONeal as decision cant question how it has worked
throughout the season, Durant said. I did- In his postgame interview, he used the the only players with at least 25 points in out for him when watching how well he and
nt talk to these guys when I made my deci- word liberating to describe the shot, the their first eight Finals games. the Warriors have meshed.
sion and say we better make it to the Finals moment. He fell well short in his first shot at the It took a while for it to kind of reveal
and be up in the series around this time, this James has changed teams twice and need- title, when James Miami team beat itself consistently as the regular season
exact date, or Im not coming. I mean, it ed two seasons to win a title both times, so Oklahoma City in five games in 2012. He went on, but once it clicked and the habits
was just, Lets just have some fun playing he knows how long it can take for every- never got back to the Finals with the started to become second nature, it was kind
ball, lets just all get better and lets see thing to come together. Their situations are Thunder, and when he was finally ready to of beautiful to watch and an amazing kind of
what happens. different James never joined a team as consider looking elsewhere, the Warriors style to play and watch unfold, Curry said.
Whats happened is probably beyond strong as these Warriors but he said hes offered him exactly what he wanted to hear So its been fun.

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TENNIS WOMENS GRAND SLAM UNSEEDED FINALISTS
Open era (1968-present)
Warriors 3, Cleveland 0
NBA FINALS GLANCE
Thursday, June 1: Warriors 113, Cleveland 91
Friday, June 9: Warriors at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
x-Monday, June 12: Cleveland at Warriors, 6 p.m.
Continued from page 12 Sunday, June 4: Warriors 132, Cleveland 113 x-Thursday, June 15: Warriors at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
2017 French Open Jelena Ostapenko, vs. Simona Halep (3), Saturday. Wed., June 7: Warriors 118, Cleveland 113 x-Sunday, June 18: Cleveland at Warriors, 5 p.m.
2015 U.S. Open Roberta Vinci, lost to Flavia Pennetta (26), 7-6 (4), 6-2.
five points and ending it with a 2010 Australian Open Justine Henin, lost to Serena Williams (1), 6-4, 3-6, 6-2.
2009 U.S. Open Kim Clijsters, def. Caroline Wozniacki (9), 7-5, 6-3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
swinging backhand volley winner.
Bacsinszky recovered to grab the 2007 Australian Open Serena Williams, def. Maria Sharapova (1), 6-1, 6-2. East Division East Division
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
second set. But Ostapenko took 1999 Australian Open Amelie Mauresmo, lost to Martina Hingis (2), 6-2, 6-3. New York 34 23 .596 Washington 38 21 .644
charge in the third, dictating the 1997 U.S. Open Venus Williams, lost to Martina Hingis (1), 6-0, 6-4. Boston 32 27 .542 3 Atlanta 26 32 .448 11 1/2
Baltimore 31 27 .534 3 1/2 Miami 26 33 .441 12
action and taking the last three 1997 Australian Open Mary Pierce, lost to Martina Hingis (4), 6-2, 6-2. Tampa Bay 31 31 .500 5 1/2 New York 25 32 .439 12
games. By matchs end, the statis- 1983 French Open Mima Jausovec, lost to Chris Evert Lloyd (2), 6-1, 6-2. Toronto 29 31 .483 6 1/2 Philadelphia 21 37 .362 16 1/2
Central Division Central Division
tics were striking: Ostapenko had 1978 Australian Open Chris ONeil, def. Betsy Nagelsen (7), 6-3, 7-6 (5). Minnesota 30 26 .536 Milwaukee 32 29 .525
1977 French Open Florenta Mihai, lost to Mima Jausovec (1), 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-1. Cleveland 29 28 .509 1 1/2 Chicago 30 29 .508 1
far more winners, 50-22, and far Detroit 29 30 .492 2 1/2 Cincinnati 29 30 .492 2
more unforced errors, 45-19. 1976 French Open Renata Tomanova, lost to Sue Barker (1), 6-2, 0-6, 6-2. Kansas City 26 33 .441 5 1/2 St. Louis 26 32 .448 4 1/2
1971 French Open Helen Gourlay, lost to Evonne Goolagong (3), 6-3, 7-5. Chicago 25 33 .431 6 Pittsburgh 26 34 .433 5 1/2
Risk rewarded. West Division West Division
Houston 43 18 .705 Colorado 39 23 .629
Plus, the pace was entirely to her Angels 31 32 .492 13 Arizona 37 25 .597 2
liking: 165 of the 211 points lasted I was just trying to be calm and and just enjoy every moment. Seattle 30 31 .492 13 Los Angeles 36 25 .590 2 1/2
... play my game, Ostapenko said, Well said, kid. Texas 27 32 .458 15 Giants 25 37 .403 14
fewer than five strokes. As 26 33 .441 16 San Diego 23 38 .377 15 1/2

Thursdays Games Thursdays Games

HOCKEY
PPG Paints Arena. night included becoming the fran- Angels 11, Detroit 4
Cincinnati 5, St.Louis 2
chises all-time leading scorer in San Francisco 9, Milwaukee 5, 10 innings
It was just one of those games N.Y. Yankees 9, Boston 1 Arizona 15, San Diego 3
where they were going and we were the Stanley Cup Final, a two- Washington 6, Baltimore 1 Miami 7, Pittsburgh 1
minute roughing penalty for trying Tampa Bay 7, Chicago White Sox 5 Washington 6, Baltimore 1
trying to find it and didnt really get Atlanta 3, Philadelphia 1
Continued from page 11 it going at any point, Rinne said. to dribble Nashville defenseman Houston 6, Kansas City 1 Colorado 4, Chicago Cubs 1
P.K. Subbans head on the ice near Minnesota 2, Seattle 1 Fridays Games
Not that the Penguins gave them Fridays Games Rox (Marquez 4-3) at Cubs (Hendricks 4-3), 11:20 a.m.
Schultz beat Rinne just 91 seconds much of a chance. the end of the first period and what ChiSox (Gonzalez 4-6) at Tribe (Kluber 4-2), 4:10 p.m.
Miami (Worley 0-2) at Pittsburgh (Glasnow 2-5),4:05 p.m.
he said was an inadvertent flip of a Texas (Cashner 2-5) atWashington (Roark 6-2),4:05 p.m.
in , Bryan Rust and Evgeni Malkin Tigers (Zimmermann 5-4) at Boston (Johnson 2-0),4:10 p.m. NYM (Harvey 4-3) at Atlanta (Teheran 5-4), 4:35 p.m.
Conor Sheary, Phil Kessel just water bottle onto the ice during Phils (Hellickson 5-3) at St.Louis (Wacha 2-3), 5:15 p.m.
As (Triggs 5-5) at Tampa Bay (Cobb 4-5), 4:10 p.m.
followed before the first period as linemate Malkin predicted and Brewers (Davies 6-3) at Arizona (Delgado 1-1),6:40 p.m.
play. Os (Bundy 6-4) at NYY (Montgomery 3-4), 4:35 p.m.
Reds (Garrett 3-4) at L.A.(Hill 2-2), 7:10 p.m.
horn sounded, continuing Rinnes 35-year-old playoff newbie Ron Angels (Shoemaker 5-3) at Astros (Peacock 3-0),5:10 p.m. KC (Skoglund 1-1) at San Diego (Chacin 4-5), 7:10 p.m.
baffling inability to play effective- Hainsey also scored for Pittsburgh. I think Sid really understands the Jays (Biagini 1-4) at Seattle (Gaviglio 2-1), 7:10 p.m. Minnesota (Santana 7-3) at SF (Moore 2-6), 7:15 p.m.
ly in Pittsburgh during the series. It was Crosby who sent the message opportunity that this team has and
Rinne has stopped just 34 of the 45 with his vision, his creativity
and, oddly, his fists.
hes not taking anything for grant- TRANSACTIONS
pucks that have come his way dur- ed, Penguins coach Mike Sullivan
ing seven forgettable periods at The two-time MVPs eventful said. BASEBALL TORONTO BLUE JAYS Assigned RHP Mike
American League Bolsinger outright to Buffalo (IL).Sent RHP Glenn Spark-
CHICAGO WHITE SOX Sent LHP Carlos Rodon man to New Hampshire (EL) for a rehab assignment.
to Charlotte (IL) for a rehab assignment. National League

RUSSELL
Department spokesman Anthony of a serious claim posted on social CLEVELAND INDIANS Sent RHP Danny Salazar ATLANTA BRAVES Placed 3B Adonis Garcia on
Guglielmi says the department to Akron (EL) for a rehab assignment. the 10-day DL. Recalled OF Lane Adams from Gwin-
media about Addison Russell, the DETROIT TIGERS Optioned LHP Blaine Hardy to nett (IL).
does not have any current inves- team said. We reached out to Toledo (IL). Recalled RHP Buck Farmer from Toledo. COLORADO ROCKIES Optioned INF/OF Jor-
tigation into Russell or allega- HOUSTON ASGTROS Placed LHP Dallas dan Patterson to Albuquerque (PCL). Reinstated
Major League Baseball and, fol- Keuchel on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Monday.
Continued from page 12 tions of domestic violence. lowing the protocol established Selected the contract of RHP Francis Martes from
INF/OF Alexi Amarista from paternity leave.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS Optioned RHP Brock
An All-Star last season, Russell Fresno (PCL).Transferred RHP Collin McHugh to the
Stewart to Oklahoma City (PCL). Selected the con-
by MLB, will fully cooperate with 60-day DL.
is batting just .209 with three KANSAS CITY ROYALS Optioned OF Billy Burns tract of RHP Fabio Castillo from Oklahoma City
family, Ill have no further com- the commissioners office as it (PCL) and optioned him back to Oklahoma City.
homers and 19 RBIs this year. He and RHP Kevin McCarthy to Omaha (PCL). Recalled
ment. gathers pertinent facts. Addison SS Ramon Torres from Omaha. Reinstated LHP Scott MILWAUKEE BREWERS Placed RHP Matt Garza
was not in Thursdays lineup for Alexander from the 10-day DL. on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Sunday. Reinstated
Spokesman Patrick Courtney the opener of a four-game series will not be in uniform tonight to OAKLAND ATHLETICS Sent LHP Sean Doolit- 3B Travis Shaw on paternity leave.
says MLB is looking into the sit- against Colorado. allow him to work through this tle to Nashville (PCL) for a rehab assignment. PITTSBURGH PIRATES Optioned RHP Johnny
TAMPA BAY RAYS Placed 2B Brad Miller on the 10- Barbato to Indianapolis (IL). Recalled RHP Dovydas
uation. Chicago Police Last night, we were made aware matter. day DL. Recalled RHP Jacob Faria from Durham (IL). Neverauskas from Indianapolis.

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LEVEE
levees footprint and suggests extending it tion to protect all property in the city, peri- properties, and the entire city would be
further would increase the projects cost. In od. And I am confused as to why we wouldnt mapped in a flood zone should officials fail
May, the council opted to proceed with protect any particular parcel of property, to upgrade the infrastructure.
financing the project through general obli- Perez said, adding it has been estimated to There is a litany of environmental agen-
Continued from page 1 gation bonds that will require a two-thirds cost between $500,000 and $2 million to cies that Foster City must gain approvals
voter approval. Properties owners would lengthen the levee around Runcos parcel. from and meet varying demands. The coun-
acres he has sought to develop into housing then be taxed about $480 per $1 million in But one question that needs to be cil opted for an adjustable hybrid levee
and a marina, said the city should have stud- property valuation. answered is whether the property is even design that will meet sea level rise predic-
ied the impacts of the new levee not pro- Attorney Mark Watson, who is represent- developable, Perez said, noting other regu- tions through 2050.
tecting his Bayfront property. ing Runco, said his client is expected to pay latory agencies such as the Bay Its not yet clear whether Runcos suit,
The existing levee doesnt currently wrap for something that wont even be a benefit Conservation and Development which is a petition for a writ of mandate
around Runcos property, which includes to him. Commission which also weighed in from a San Mateo County Superior Court
lands that extend out into the environmen- Hes the only property thats not going heavily on Foster Citys levee project. judge, could delay the citys progress.
tally-sensitive San Francisco Bay. to be protected in Foster City and yet that For years, Runco had sought to develop City staff and its attorney did not return
Foster City is aiming to address the specific property will still contribute to the the citys first marina but has been met with requests for comment.
Federal Emergency Management Agencys cost of constructing the levee, Watson pushback from the community. In early Watson noted including Runcos property
decision the levee wouldnt protect against said. He feels thats unfair. Originally, and 2015, the council turned down Runcos would involve extending the levee some
a 100-year storm. Should officials fail to its on video posted on the citys website, ambitious proposal to construct 160 resi- 2,000 or 3,000 feet outward, instead of
meet FEMAs requirements, the entire city they said every property in Foster City dential units, 20,500 square feet of retail moving it further inland as the plans cur-
would be mapped as a flood zone and many would be included; that turned out not to be space and a pier with anchored buoys where rently stand. Runco is looking for about 8.8
property owners could face having to buy the case. Then he was told he would have to boats could be seasonally kept. acres of his property, a portion that is not
costly flood insurance. pay the taxes to construct the levee. But both the council and Runco were faced regulated by BCDC, to be protected by the
Runco has sought for his undeveloped Foster City Mayor Charlie Bronitsky and with strong opposition from residents levee.
land to be protected by the levee and sued on Vice Mayor Sam Hindi said officials were adamantly opposed to new housing in the 4- Watson said they are currently still work-
the grounds of the California reviewing the matter and could not comment square mile city. ing on negotiations with the city, but filed
Environmental Quality Act. In his petition on pending litigation at this time. Runco has not yet returned with an alter- the lawsuit Wednesday to preserve their
to the court, Runco said the environmental Councilman Herb Perez said he couldnt nate proposal to the city. right to object before the deadline passed.
impact report failed to adequately study comment directly on the litigation or In the meantime, Foster City has spent We do look forward to continuing to dis-
alternatives and didnt fully outline the regarding the environmental impact report, two years working with a variety of regula- cuss with the city the possible opportuni-
impacts to various issues such as noise or but noted his stance on Runcos property tory agencies as it strives to stay on track to ties, Watson said. We want to still discuss
views. has been consistent. meet FEMAs requirements and avoid being issues with the city, [but] if its not
The city has noted Runcos property is My concerns continue to be that I pulled into the flood zone. The levee has resolved, wed potentially be adding other
not currently protected by the existing believe the city has an affirmative obliga- been credited with protecting some 7,000 claims.

FAIR
San Mateo County Fair! Smash Mouth is returning to perform, as the fair, as well as a panel discussion at the
This year will bring back some crowd is a laser show set to the sounds of Pink neighboring Nueva School June 17.
favorites critters like jungle animals, a pet- Floyd. Dia de la Feria, Tower of Power, War The City/County Association of
ting zoo, an enclosed butterfly exhibit and and others will also make up the 2017 con- Governments is offering a booth to educate
Continued from page 1 the miniature pig races. Rides, carnival cert series. attendees about the countywide green infra-
games, corn dogs and cotton candy will In highlighting tradition, actual Rosie structure program and how residents can bet-
a.m. this Saturday is the very first Spring in serve as other traditional fair offerings. the Riveters will be attending Senior Day ter utilize rainfall. As part of C/CAGs
to Summer Parade. Floats, marching bands, Free tickets have also been provided to June 13 to discuss their roles during World Flows to Bay, the agency seeks to raise
decorations and decor galore will sprawl out elementary school-age children in the coun- War II. awareness about efforts to reduce water pol-
along Saratoga Drive leading toward the San ty to enable them to have fun while learn- A variety of government and local agen- lution and prevent flooding through attrac-
Mateo County fairgrounds. ing, Stoehr said. cies are using the popular venue as an tive green street designs.
Hailed as the place where tradition meets Whether its joining a chef to cook with opportunity to reach a broader audience. Stoehr said the collaborative community
innovation, the event serves as a hallmark bugs, or using carnival rides to learn about San Mateo County will again host fair is one of the premier events for people
of the community, said Dana Stoehr, CEO of velocity, there are a variety of STEM or Disaster Preparedness Day June 10. Visitors of all ages and interests.
the San Mateo County Event Center. science, technology, engineering and math can tour emergency vehicles and watch Theres lots of stuff going on. Never a
The fair offers an opportunity for locals to activities at this years fair, she said. demonstrations by search and rescue dogs. dull moment, she said. Theres no other
show off their skills in a variety of judged The week certainly wont be short on The event designed to help locals prepare place like it and it belongs to them, it
competitions. Entries include 4H youth musical entertainment with a variety of for a disaster or emergency will also include belongs to the county of San Mateo citizens
raising farm animals, those who can stitch musicians lined up. Stoehr said one of the speakers such as local, state and federal offi- and its so much fun. It has a lot of educa-
the best handmade quilt, local photogra- evenings shes most excited for is a Monday cials. tional fun attached to it and it really is every
phers who captured the perfect moment or a night performance by the Family Stone and A collaborative effort amongst law San Mateans party!
baker who wins for their homemade pie. the Oakland Symphony. enforcement, local dignitaries and nonprof-
Everybody gets to see all the work It is like the true definition of tradition its are hosting a booth to promote Before The San Mateo County Fair runs Saturday,
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dances with the undead By Jake Coyle Cruise, at 54.
Universals push for new film universe THE ASSOCIATED PRESS He and his abs are almost
creepily ageless. So its
By Lindsey Bahr Thats the question almost fitting that in one of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Universal Pictures will be Of all the CGI-ed supernatu- the typically bonkers scenes in
testing with their Dark ral forces slung in Alex The Mummy, Cruise
LOS ANGELES Is The Universe a connected, Kurtzmans The Mummy awakes naked and unscathed
Invisible Man any match for multi-film revival of the stu- (and, believe me, there are a alongside cadavers in a
Iron Man at the box office? lot), none can compete with
See UNIVERSE., Page 22 the spectral spectacle of Tom See MUMMY, Page 22
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Corn gazpacho is a great starter for summer


By Sara Moulton Mexican cousins: chile, lime juice and
garlic croutons flavored with chile
CORN GAZPACHO
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
powder. You can deepen the recipes WITH GARLIC CROUTONS
Simple and delicious straight out of Mexican connection by topping it off Start to finish: 2 hours 55 minutes
the garden, abundant corn on the cob is with diced avocado and chopped (55 active)
one of the great things about summer. cilantro. (I used basil instead of Servings: 4
You boil it up, spread on a little butter, cilantro because I cant resist the For the soup:
dig in and thank your lucky stars. But combo of basil and corn.) 4 cups fresh corn kernels
even perfection gets boring after a A bowl of this cold corn soup is the 1 1/2 cups coarsely chopped peeled
while. This cold refreshing soup is a perfect starter for a Fourth of July English cucumber plus 1 cup diced
way to have your corn and spoon it, party, but simply adding some protein peeled English cucumber
too. boiled shrimp, say, or shredded 1 garlic clove, smashed and peeled
I was inspired by the classic Spanish rotisserie chicken will turn it into 1/4 cup lime juice
gazpacho, but swapped out the tomato the persuasive main course of any sum- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, prefer-
broth for corn liquid. mer meal. ably grapeseed
Of course, any pureed vegetable This dish is pretty quick to make, but 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
will thicken a soup, but corn con- you can make it even more quickly by 1 cup halved or quartered cherry
tains starch, which adds a seductive losing the garlic croutons in favor of tomatoes
creaminess. (Its cornstarch in a box some crushed tortilla chips. And, hap- 1 cup diced red bell pepper
thats used to thicken Chinese dish- pily, it improves in flavor if you pre- 1 tablespoon minced serrano chile
es.) pare it a few hours or a few days with the seeds
The supporting ingredients are the ahead of time. Doing so in anticipa- Shredded fresh basil for garnish
usual gazpacho players tomatoes, tion of the Fourth would allow you to For the croutons:
cucumbers, peppers and garlic sup- check it off your list well before the
plemented by a lineup of some fireworks begin. See SOUP, Page 23

A bowl of this cold corn soup is the perfect starter for a Fourth
of July party, but simply adding some protein boiled shrimp,
say, or shredded rotisserie chicken will turn it into the
persuasive main course of any summer meal.

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Next time on the grill, consider going big


By Elizabeth Karmel
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Beef ribs are all the rage in the barbecue


world these days.
I first saw beef ribs 20 years ago in
Nassau, Bahamas. Looking for the best
local food, I asked a taxi driver to take me to
his favorite restaurant. He took me to a bar-
becue shack way off the tourist path and
introduced me to the finest plate of beef ribs
that up to that time I had ever eaten.
Not only were they the tastiest, but they
were the biggest ribs that I had ever seen.
He aptly called them Brontosaurus Bones
because of their dinosaur size, and it stuck
with me. The Bahamas road-side barbecue
shack served the meaty-style, sometimes
called Hollywood, beef back ribs. The
ribs come from the same place on a cow as
the well-known pork baby back ribs.
Today, the meatier short rib is the Texas
beef rib of choice. This rib was made popu-
lar by Wayne Mueller of Taylor, Texas, and
perfected in New York by Billy Durney of
Hometown Bar-B-Que in Red Hook, a
Brooklyn neighborhood in New York, who
learned from Mueller.
Durney took the ethnic foods of his
Brooklyn upbringing and re-made them
using southern barbecue techniques. Think
pastrami-cured pork belly, jerk ribs and a
smoked lamb belly Vietnamese banh mi
sandwich. The beef rib that he is famous for If you have a good butcher, you can request 123-A beef-plate short ribs in three-bone racks. Each bone-in short rib can be cut into 6-8 pieces,
is his interpretation of what he ate during which will serve 2-3 people, and will weigh around 1.3 pounds once it is cooked.
his first visit to Muellers restaurant.
In a recent conversation, Durney told me pan so the air can circulate around the meat. ing sure it is well combined. let rest 15 minutes before serving or cutting
that when Mueller started smoking short If you set the ribs on the surface of the pan, Meanwhile, build charcoal fire or preheat into individual rib portions (if starting with
ribs, they werent used in restaurants for any they will steam and continue cooking, he gas grill, setting it up for indirect heat. Take a full rack). I recommend serving these ribs
other preparation than braising, and they warned. After the initial rest, wrap them beef ribs out of refrigerator and rub all over sauce-less with a sprinkling of the beef rub,
were relatively cheap. These days, they tightly with a layer of plastic wrap and a with cut side of the garlic cloves and brush if desired. But, if you love barbecue sauce,
have become so popular that they are very layer of butcher paper, continued Durney. with a thin coating of oil. Set aside for 20 feel free to serve some warm on the side.
expensive and barbecue restaurants often Since you will be making these at home, minutes to come to room temperature. Rub Nutrition information per serving: 143
lose money serving them. Durney buys you can finish the resting process in a pre- ribs liberally with spice rub. calories; 68 calories from fat; 8 g fat (2 g
123-A beef-plate short ribs in three-bone heated 145 F oven for 30 more minutes Place ribs (bone side down) in the center saturated; 0 g trans fats); 44 mg cholesterol;
racks from his butcher. If you have a good before serving. When ready to serve, of the cooking grate making sure they are 2923 mg sodium; 2 g carbohydrate; 1 g
butcher, you can request that cut. Each bone- unwrap and slice the meat vertically off the not over a direct flame. Grill covered (at fiber; 0 g sugar; 17 g protein.
in short rib can be cut into 6-8 pieces, bone in equal chunks and re-assemble on the about 325 F, if your grill has
which will serve 2-3 people, and will weigh bone for presentation a thermometer) for 1 to 1 1/2
around 1.3 pounds once it is cooked. hours or until the meat has
When I asked Durney why he thought that
BRONTOSAURUS BONES pulled back from the ends of
he was known for beef ribs, he modestly Serves: 6 the rib bones and the ribs are
said that he figured out when to pull the ribs Start to finish: 2 1/2 hours well browned and slightly
from the pit and how to rest them to maxi- This is a variation of the recipe that I cre- crusty on the ends.
mize their tenderness and flavor. He very ated when I came home from the Bahamas, it Individual beef ribs will be
generously shared his secrets with me and is made with beef back ribs or long done before the full rack
you. bones, but can be made with short ribs as (connected rib bones) is
No. 1, you have to feel the ribs to know well. Use indirect or medium-low heat done.
that they are done. They are ready to come 6-7 meaty-style beef baby back ribs, If grilling individual
off the heat once the bones have receded coming from the same place as pork baby bones and the edges start to
from the meat. The center is soft and tender backs (bones should be connected in a rack) burn, stack them on top of
to the touch and the top of the meat should Olive oil one another in the very cen-
also be wet and glistening because the fat 4 cloves garlic, peeled and cut in half ter of the grill and lower
and collagen from the beef has rendered, 2 rosemary sprigs your fire slightly.
explained Durney. If the beef ribs are dry Beef Rub: About 30 minutes before
and crusty, you have overcooked them. 2 tablespoons butcher-grind black pepper the ribs are done, brush
And, they have to rest a good long while 1/2teaspoon cayenne pepper lightly with the rosemary
40-60 minutes on a rack set into a sheet 5 tablespoons kosher salt sprig dipped in olive oil.
Mix rub ingredients in a small bowl, mak- Remove ribs from grill and

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UNIVERSE
too; Disney has the Marvel Cinematic Bock said. Im not saying theyre betting audiences excited outside of their existence
Universe (and Star Wars), Warner Bros. has the farm on this thing, but theyre certainly in a shared universe, Mendelson wrote.
the DC Extended Universe, Sony has Spider- blowing through truckloads of that Fast & Make individual stand-alone movies that
Man and Fox has X-Men, but Universal Furious cash. audiences want to see, and the cinematic
Continued from page 19 Pictures has remained ardently outside of the Universal has actually been waging its universe will take shape.
comic book squall. Instead, its focused on own experiments with its monsters for The kick-off might not be that epic either.
dios classic monster properties from the homegrown franchises, like the $5.1 bil- years, long before Marvel and its The Mummy, which cost a reported $125
1920s through 50s, including The Invisible lion Fast & Furious films, the $3.6 bil- Avengers films made the interconnected million to produce, is tracking to open in
Man, Dracula, Frankenstein and the lion Jurassic Park films and the $2.7 bil- universe an aspirational business model. the $30 to $40 million range this weekend.
Phantom of the Opera. It launches this lion Despicable Me films, to name a few. The most successful attempt was The Even the 1999 Mummy opened to $43.4
Friday with The Mummy, starring Tom This is an incredible opportunity for Mummy reboot from 1999, with Brendan million, and thats not accounting for infla-
Cruise. Universal to set itself apart by leaving Fraser, which spawned two sequels and a tion.
The studio already has flashy talent lined Marvel and DC to compete head to head with spinoff. Others attempts floundered like Could it work? Sure. On an international
up in front of and behind the camera for this their superhero line-ups while offering a Dracula Untold in 2014 and The level it probably will. The problem with
expanded universe, including Johnny Depp fresh take on the notion of interwoven char- Wolfman in 2010 and went back into The Mummy, of course, is the fact that
as The Invisible Man, Russell Crowe as Dr. acters and stories, said Paul Dergarabedian, the vault. Even this present-day set reboots are a dime a dozen these days and
Henry Jekyll and Javier Bardem as a senior media analyst for comScore. There Mummy reboot has been in various stages North American audiences have definitely
Frankensteins Monster. The Dark Universe are unlimited creative possibilities. of development since 2012. soured on them, Bock said.
has a Danny Elfman-composed theme and a The idea of the Dark Universe, including What is new is the idea that the monster Itll be a long time, too, before the next
nostalgic trailer looking back at the days of the name, has been on the table for quite films will all relate to one another. The installment hits theaters. Bill Condons
Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney and Bela Lugosi. some time. While Universal officially Mummy promises to get this interconnect- Bride of Frankenstein, which has not yet
Creatives Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan announced the name in late May, the com- edness going immediately by introducing cast its leading lady, is the only other Dark
are stewarding the endeavor. pany has been scooping up trademarks for Crowes Dr. Jekyll character as the leader of Universe film with a release date
Its no wonder why Universal is trying it more than 600 types of branded items, from a shadowy multinational corporation, (Valentines Day 2019).
out. In the hierarchy of Hollywood franchis- energy drinks to canned vegetables and tel- Prodigium, which is committed to destroy- Thats not a death knell for the Dark
es, its hard to beat the idea of the shared evision shows going back to November ing evil in the world (not dissimilar sound- Universe, though. Bock said The Mummy
universe, which superheroes dominate. 2014. ing to Marvels overarching S.H.I.E.L.D.) just has to perform decently worldwide to
Universal desperately wants a universe Its also likely been an expensive invest- Whether or not that means anything to an lay the groundwork.
to call their own, especially since they are ment. audience is still up for debate for some. Plenty of goodwill and growth will come
one of the only studios that hasnt been able For the studios sake, this better pay off, Forbes contributor Scott Mendelson isnt for future installments as Bride of
to capitalize on the comic book craze, said as theyve invested a fortune already. Tom sold on the idea that moviegoers necessari- Frankenstein, Creature From the Black
Jeff Bock, a senior box office analyst for Cruise, Danny Elfman, Bill Condon, ly care about shared universes. Lagoon, and The Invisible Man sound
Exhibitor Relations. Russell Crowe, Alex Kurtzman, Javier The only way to make this thing work is much more promising and the key here
Nearly every major studio has at least a Bardem ... these people demand big up- to make a bunch of good and crowd-pleasing are something this generation likely
scrap of that coveted intellectual property fronts and even bigger back-end deals, star-driven monster movies that will get hasnt seen before, Bock said.

MUMMY
like the anti-Steve Buscemi. more running. But his relentless forward Morton, it turns out to really do damage).
Yet Cruise and The Mummy the open- momentum is sapped by the convoluted But much of the film endeavors to set up the
ing salvo in Universals bid to birth its monster mishmash that engulfs The characters maybe even famous phantoms
Dark Universe monster movie franchise Mummy, a movie conceived and plotted to come.
Continued from page 19 like the monster version of Marvel.
are a poor fit, and not the good kind, like What the supposed value of having these
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. Increasingly, Cruise like big-budget movies share a universe is, Im not sure.
morgue, where he bewilderedly removes the movies, themselves is running in circles. Movies arent sandboxes and the only time I
Theres plenty of standard, cocky Tom
tag attached to his toe. Indefatigable and un- Cruise leading man stuff here: running, He plays Nick Morton, a roguish Army remember enjoying a character connect
killable, Cruise really is the undead. Hes swimming, daredevil airplane acrobatics, sergeant who plunders antiquities from Iraq films was Michael Keatons Ray Nicolette
with his partner Chris Vail (Jake Johnson). popping up in the Elmore Leonard adapta-
In a remote village they, along with archae- tions Out of Sight and Jackie Brown.

IMMEDIATE
ologist Jenny Halsey (Annabelle Wallis), Where these films could be fun, though, is
unearth a giant Egyptian tomb bathed in seeing a talented star play a big, theatrical
mercury. In it lies the Egyptian princess character that would honor the ghosts of
Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella) who was mummi- Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. Javier
fied alive (imagine that wrapping job) after Bardem and Johnny Depp are already lined

OPENING
trying to unleash the evil Egyptian god of up, so who knows? But the desperate need to
Set while killing her Pharaoh father, his sec- graft them into a larger comic-book-like
ond wife and the newborn baby that would world and a thinly conceived one, at
deny her the throne. Naturally, shes going that suggests there wont be much room
to get loose. for any actor to breathe.
Hers and other backstories are shown as For now were cursed with The Mummy,
ALL AREAS OF The Mummy stumbles out of its grave,
vainly trying to organize the story around
a messy and muddled product lacking even
the carefree spirit of the Brendan Fraser
SM COUNTY two burial sites (the other is in London), the
strange visions that begin plaguing
Mummy trilogy. There are moments of
humor in the script by David Koepp,
Morton, and a quixotic (or merely capitalis- Christopher McQuarrie, and Dylan
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principle for the Dark Universe. Mysterious Chris Pratt?) to pull off aloofly referring to
apocalyptic happenings (a swarm of crows, the mummy as the chick in the box.
a horde of rats, occasional ghouls) prompt a Almost to the degree that he was in The
Seeking delivery driver to manage newspaper route series of helter-skelter chase scenes that
eventually lead Morton and Halsey to
Edge of Tomorrow, Cruise is put through
the ringer. A spiraling cargo plane spins him
Prodigium, a stealth organization led by the like laundry. He careens through a double-
Requires early morning work dapper Dr. Henry Jekyll (Russell Crowe) that decker bus. His rib cage is yanked. Cruise
controls monstrous outbreaks, including remains, as ever, eminently game. But he,
six days per week Mon-Sat. those of its schizophrenic leader. like us moviegoers, might have to starting
Papers are picked up early morning Prodigium would seem to be the connect-
ing tissue for Universals shared universe,
wondering: What god have we angered?
The Mummy, a Universal Pictures
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coastalrep.com. down. Set aside 1 cup of the kernels parchment-lined rimmed sheet pan and
items. For more information call 595- Continued from page 20
0300. and in a blender combine the remain- bake them on the middle shelf of the
SUNDAY, JUNE 11
Spring into Summer Parade. 10 a.m. South City Comic Con. 10 a.m. to ing corn kernels, the coarsely oven for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the
Franklin Parkway, San Mateo to 1346 4:30 p.m. South San Francisco 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, prefer- chopped cucumber, garlic, lime juice, bread squares are crisp and beginning
Saratoga Drive, San Mateo. For more Conference Center, 255 S. Airport ably grapeseed oil and salt and puree until very to brown. Let cool.
information visit cityofsanmateo.org. Blvd., South San Francisco. Come for a
fun day of comics, art, anime, sci-fi, 1 teaspoon minced garlic smooth. To serve: Divide the soup among 4
Disaster Preparedness Day. 10 a.m. fantasy and more. Admission is $10. 1/2 teaspoon chile powder
For more information call (661) 829- Transfer the puree to a bowl and stir bowls and top each portion with the
to 2 p.m., San Mateo County Fair, 1346
Saratoga Drive, San Mateo. First aid, 2962. 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt in the remaining corn kernels, diced croutons and some shredded basil.
fire, emergency medical services and
Kidchella. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
3 ounces (about 3 slices) firm white cucumber, tomatoes, red bell pepper Nutrition information per serving:
equipment demonstrations. This and chile. Taste and adjust seasoning
event takes place inside the San Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, bread, crusts removed and cut into 1/2- 359 calories; 139 calories from fat; 16
Mateo County Fair, Expo Hall. Arrive Redwood City. Free. For more infor- inch dice (you should have about 2 and chill for at least 2 hours and up to
mation call 780-7311. g fat (2 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 0
before 11 a.m. for free admission to cups) two days ahead before serving.
the county fair. Parking $12. For more mg cholesterol; 409 mg sodium; 55 g
information call Office of Emergency Fermented Foods: Make Your Own Make the soup: Make the croutons: carbohydrate; 7 g fiber; 11 g sugar; 8
Services at 363-4790. Yogurt. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. New Leaf
Community Classroom, 150 San Bring a medium saucepan of water to Preheat the oven to 300 F. In a bowl g protein.
AARP San Bruno Meeting. 10 a.m. to Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. $10. For
noon. 1555 Crystal Springs Road, San more information email patti@bond-
Bruno. Coffee and doughnuts avail- marcom.com.
able starting at 9 a.m. Entertainment
provided by the San Francisco Banjo How to Raise Backyard Chickens.
Band. For more information contact 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. New Leaf
589-4499. Community Classroom, 150 San
Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. $5. Pre-
Rose Garden Work Party. 10 a.m. to register at www.newleaf.com/events.
noon. Central Park Rose Garden, 50 E. For more information email
Fifth Ave., San Mateo. Come and patti@bondmarcom.com.
enjoy helping to beautify Central
Parks Rose Garden. Bring gloves and San Mateo Spring Dance Show. 1
refreshments are provided. For more p.m. and 3 p.m. Central Park Outdoor
information call 574-1677. Stage, El Camino Real and Fifth
Avenue, San Mateo. Free event. For
Peninsula Girls Chorus Auditions. more information call 522-7444.
10 a.m. to noon. 1443 Howard Ave.,
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required. Interested singers should Clean House. 2 p.m. 1167 Main St.,
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peninsulagirlschorus.org/auditions.h
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Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las
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Sale. 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 503 E. Fifth
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household items. For more informa- From Sea to Shining Sea. 5 p.m.
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Center, 900 Alameda de las Pulgas,
Field Day Amateur Radio Event. 11 San Mateo. For more information visit
a.m. Bedwell Bayfront Park, 1600 www.ragazzi.org/performances/arch
Marsh Road, Menlo Park. For more ive/from-sea-to-shining-sea/.
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CA 94025. resume: Dipal.Itchhaporia@ncr.com, ref
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(408)280-7039 or (888)340-2273 The Daily Journal is looking for in-
terns to do entry level reporting, re- transact business under the FBN on FiCTiTiOus BusiNess Name NOTiCe OF PeTiTiON TO ORDeR TO shOW Cause FOR
search, updates of our ongoing fea- 5/1/12. sTaTemeNT #273512 aDmiNisTeR esTaTe OF ChaNGe OF Name
hOuseCleaNeR tures and interviews. Photo interns al- /s/Richard Tod Spieker/ The following person is doing business Maki Tanabe, aka Maki Kaneko CASE# 17CIV02148
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
Full time, Mon-Fri 8-5pm so welcome. This statement was filed with the Asses- as: Pure Luxe, 285 Old County Rd #2, Case Number: 17PRO00551
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
Car/public transportation, sor-County Clerk on 5/8/2017. (Publish- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
We expect a commitment of four to Owner: Michael Hemenez, 1359 Wind- tingent creditors, and persons who may
experience ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, swept Common, Livermore, CA 94550. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
Spanish preferred eight hours a week for at least four otherwise be interested in the will or es- PETITION OF
months. The internship is unpaid, but 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17). The business is conducted by an Individ- tate, or both, of Maki Tanabe, aka Maki
$14-$15 to start ual. The registrants commenced to Seyed Houman Emami
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- Kaneko. A Petition for Probate has been TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
(650)591-6037 terns have progressed in time into transact business under the FBN on May
8, 2017.
filed by Junji Suzuki in the Superior Petitioner: Seyed Houman Emami filed a
garyscleaning@gmail.com paid correspondents and full-time re- FiCTiTiOus BusiNess Name /s/Michael Hemenez/
Court of California, County of San Mateo. petition with this court for a decree
porters. sTaTemeNT #273405 The Petition for Probate requests that changing name as follows:
This statement was filed with the Asses- Present name: Seyed Houman Emami
The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk on 5/8/2017. (Publish- Junji Suzuki be appointed as personal
College students or recent graduates representative to administer the estate of Proposed Name: Houman Emami
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper as: WakeUp Legal, 807 Toyon Way, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17, 6/16/17). the decedent.
experience is preferred but not neces- REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. Registered The petition requests authority to admin- interested in this matter shall appear be-
sarily required. Owner: Linda R. Judge, same address. fore this court at the hearing indicated
ister the estate under the Independent below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
The business is conducted by an Individ- FiCTiTiOus BusiNess Name Administration of Estates Act. (This au- tition for change of name should not be
Please send a cover letter describing ual. The registrants commenced to sTaTemeNT #273689 thority will allow the personal representa- granted. Any person objecting to the
your interest in newspapers, a resume transact business under the FBN on The following person is doing business tive to take many actions without obtain- name changes described above must file
and three recent clips. Before you ap- 4/17/17 . as: Deborah Blake Nutrition Consulting, ing court approval. Before taking certain a written objection that includes the rea-
ply, you should familiarize yourself 97 Leon Way, ATHERTON, CA 94027. very important actions, however, the per- sons for the objection at least two court
with our publication. Our Web site: /s/Linda R. Judge/ days before the matter is scheduled to
This statement was filed with the Asses- Registered Owner: Whole Life Project, sonal representative will be required to
www.smdailyjournal.com. LLC., CA. The business is conducted by give notice to interested persons unless be heard and must appear at the hearing
sor-County Clerk on 5/3/2017. (Publish- a Limited Liability Company. The regis- they have waived notice or consented to to show cause why the petition should
Send your information via e-mail to ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, trants commenced to transact business the proposed action.) The independent not be granted. If no written objection is
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17). under the FBN on n/a. timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
administration authority will be granted tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- /s/Deborah Blake/ unless an interested person files an ob-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 petition shall be held on 7/5/17 at 9 a.m.,
This statement was filed with the Asses- jection to the petition and shows good Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Red-
FiCTiTiOus BusiNess Name sor-County Clerk on 5/23/2017. (Publish- cause why the court should not grant the wood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Or-
sTaTemeNT #273646 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, authority. der to Show Cause shall be published at
5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17, 6/16/17). A hearing on the petition will be held in least once each week for four successive
The following person is doing business
as: Daly City Math Center, 743 Hickey this court as follows: JUN 30, 2017 at weeks prior to the date set for hearing on
sales - Telemarketing and Inside Sales the petition in the following newspaper of
Representative needed to sell newspa- Blvd., PACIFICA, CA 94044. Registered FiCTiTiOus BusiNess Name 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior
Court of California, County of San Mateo, general circulation:
per print and web advertising and event Owner: Ramamohanrao Jawadi, 1720 sTaTemeNT #273772 San Mateo Daily Journal
marketing solutions. To apply, please call The following person is doing business 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA
Hamlet Street, San Mateo, CA 94403. 94063.
Filed: 5/23/2017
650-344-5200 and send resume to as: Passion Salon, 275 Baldwin Avenue, /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
The business is conducted by an Individ- SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered If you object to the granting of the peti-
info@smdailyjournal.com Judge of the Superior Court
ual. The registrants commenced to Owner: Dung Thi Nguyen, 6197 Broad- tion, you should appear at the hearing Dated: 5/22/2017
transact business under the FBN on N/A. way Ave., Newark, CA 94560. The busi- and state your objections or file written (Published 6/2/17, 6/9/17, 6/16/17,
seNiOR TeChNiCal Program Manag-
er: Driving the IT/Technical Operations /s/Ramamohanrao Jawadi/ ness is conducted by an Individual. The objections with the court before the hear- 6/23/17).
This statement was filed with the Asses- registrants commenced to transact busi- ing. Your appearance may be in person
sOFTWaRe eNGiNeeR: Design/build project portfolio, including the process, ness under the FBN on N/A. or by your attorney.
high-performance, web-based enterprise governance, tools, standards, metrics, sor-County Clerk on 5/18/2017. (Publish-
/s/Dung Nguyen/ If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
and reporting. Turn, Inc.; 901 Marshall ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
applications. Turn Inc., Job ME102, 901 St, Redwood City, CA 94063. Mail re- 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17).
This statement was filed with the Asses- itor of the decedent, you must file your
Marshall St., Redwood City, CA 94063 sor-County Clerk on 5/30/2017. (Publish- claim with the court and mail a copy to sTaTemeNT OF aBaNDONmeNT OF
sume. Ref job #ME092. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, The use OF a FiCTiTiOus BusiNess
the personal representative appointed by
6/9/17, 6/16/17, 6/23/17, 6/30/17). the court within the later of either (1) four Name sTaTemeNT m-266787
Name of the person abandoning the use
months from the date of first issuance of of the Fictitious Business Name: Michael
FiCTiTiOus BusiNess Name letters to a general personal representa- R. Harvey, Inc. Name of Business: Mike
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the

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sTaTemeNT #273791 Harvey Honda. Date of original filing:
The following person is doing business California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days Sept. 25, 2015. Address of Principal
as: gamestablesandmore.com, 1338 El from the date of mailing or personal de- Place of Business: 200 California Drive,
Camino Real, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. livery to you of a notice under sectioin BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registrant:
Registered Owner: Kevin Chow, 252 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- Michael R. Harvey, Inc., CA. The busi-
Commons Ln., Foster City, CA 94404. er California statutes and legal authority ness was conducted by a Corporation.

of local news content The business is conducted by an Individ-


ual. The registrants commenced to
transact business under the FBN on
6/1/17.
may affect your rights as a creditor. You
may want to consult with an attorney
knowledgable in California law.
You may examine the file kept by the
/s/Michael R. Harvey/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
County on 5/8/2017.
/s/Kevin Chow/ court. If you are a person interested in
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries The local community This statement was filed with the Asses- the estate, you may file with the court a
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
nal, 5/19/17, 5/26/17, 6/2/17, 6/9/17).
sor-County Clerk on 6/1/2017. (Publish- Request for Special Notice (form DE-
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
6/9/17, 6/16/17, 6/23/17, 6/30/17). praisal of estate assets or of any petition
the newspaper industry. or account as provided in Probate Code
210 lost & Found
FiCTiTiOus BusiNess Name section 1250. A Request for Special No- FOuND: KeYs at Westwood Park in
sTaTemeNT #273803 tice form is available from the court clerk. Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to
Attorney for Petitioner:
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of The following person is doing business
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Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, Way, Hayward, CA 94544. The business (415) 618 - 0090
is conducted by a Married Couple. The FILED: 05/26/17 lOsT CaT. Black and White. Black
and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media registrants commenced to transact busi- patch on right eye. REWARD.
ness under the FBN on 6-1-17. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Call (323) 439-7713.
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the /s/Juan Solorio Alvarez/ nal on 6/3/17, 6/9/17, 6/10/17)
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as: Baum Co., 1500 Marina Vista #411, Public Notice
SAN MATEO, CA 94404. Registered 294 Baby stuff
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dress. The business is conducted by an San Mateo County BaBY TReND Stroller Model Range LX
with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits: Individual. The registrants commenced Harbor District Jogger (used in like new condition).
$50. (650)592-3540
to transact business under the FBN on Rates and Fees
N/A.
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This statement was filed with the Asses- On June 21, 2017 at the
seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
sor-County Clerk on 5/26/2017. (Publish-
t1SPmDJFODZXJUIDPNQVUFSTBOEDPNGPSUXJUIOVNCFST Regular Meeting of the San sTeRliNG silVeR Paye & Baker baby
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296 appliances 298 Collectibles 302 antiques 304 Furniture 310 misc. For sale 318 sports equipment
aiR CONDiTiONeR, Portable, 14,000 BillY Dee Williams autographed Star mahOGaNY aNTiQue Secretary desk, NeW Deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- liONel ChRisTmas Boxcars 2005, 15 sF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
BTU, Commercial Cool model Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian, 72 x 40 , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must 2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368- Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4
CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- elled glass, $350. (650)766-3024 Sell! (650) 875-8159. 7537 each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno
sories plus remote included. 6614
20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $345. NeW TWiN Mattress set plus frame liONel WesTeRN Union Pass car and BOW Flex Max Trainer M-3-Very Good
(650)345-1835 FRameD leBRON James painting, 303 electronics $30.00 (650) 347-2356 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid
25"x21"; $99-will text photo; 650-591- $1200 asking $800 Call Michael
B & D cordless hand vacuum $9, 650- 9769, San Carlos aNTaRes DOllaRs Bill Changer ma- OaK ClaW foot coffee table, needs RmT ChRisTmas Diesel train and Ca- (650)784-1061.
595-3933 chine s never used for small bus. $95 some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530 boose. Rare. New OB $99 (650)368-
(650)992-4544. 7537 ChilDs KiCK scooter by razor with hel-
Bissell BaGless Upright Vacuum, leNNOx ReD Rose, Unused, hand OaK eNTeRTaiNmeNT Center, $49 met $25 obo (650)591-6842
Model 82H1, Dual Edge Cleaning, painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, 0BO 650-595-3933 samsONiTe 26" tan hard-sided suit
auDiO-TeChNiCa (aT-Pl50) Auto. case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. easTON alumiNum bat.33 inches, 30
Cleanview Hepa Filter $25 650-952- $12.00. (650) 578 9208. Stereo TURNTABLE sys. $40 OFFiCe TaBle, 24"x48" HD. folding
3500 $60. (650)328-6709 oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $50. (650)596-0513
(650)344-4756 legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost
milleR liTe Neon sign , work good $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
CiRRus sTeam mop model SM212B 4 $59 call (650)218-6528 silK saRee 6 yards new nice color.for GOlF CaRT, Caddytek, four wheels,
BlauPuNKT am/Fm/CD Radio and Re- $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- used only twice. $80. 650-341-1728
new extra cleaning pads,user manual. ceiver with Detachable Face asking
$45. (650)588-5487 Pez DisPeNseRs - 8 piece sealed box formation.
Wizard of Oz 70th anniversary $25. $100. (650)593-4490 ORNaTe maGhOGONY headboaard GOlF CluBs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
650-556-9708 with gold trim $60. (650)589-0764 uNiDeN haRleY Davidson Gas Tank $90.00 (650)341-8342
COlemaN lxe Roadtrip Grill - iNsiGNia 26" HDTV Perfect $39 650-
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 ReCliNeR ChaiR blue tweed clean phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 GOlF CluBs, new, Warrior woods
595-3933
(650)918-9847 299 Computers good $75 Call (650)583-3515 3/15 degree 5/21 degree 7/24 degree
WaTeR sTORaGe TaNK, brand new,
iPhONe 5 Morphie Juice Pack with 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $250. $15 ea (650)349-0430
eleCTRiC sTOVe From Sears charger, Originally $100, now $85. ROCKiNG ChaiRs solid wood, great
Excellent Condition $225 ReCORDaBle CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- (650)771-6324
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, (650)766-2679 shape asking 30 dollars each. Call GOlF CluBs, used set with Cart for
Please Call (650)244-9267 (650)574-4582 Lily $50. (650)593-4490
(650) 578 9208
KiNDle FiRe 8 in. Case and Charger 311 musical instruments
Ge DishWasheR Hardly used. Works incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 seWiNG sTORaGe cabinet, Custom GOlF CluBs, used set with Cart for
great. Standard size. You haul away. 300 Toys made wood perfect condition $75. ChROmaTiC haRmONiCa: Horner $50. (650)593-4490
free. S.S.F (650) 583-6636 mOTOROla BRaVO MB 520 (android (650)483-1222 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
allOYeD liNOTYPe (BNH ~18) for 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD (650)278-5776. meN's CallaWaY Rain Jacket XL .
GOOD miCROWaVe 1100 watt $40 Da- casting miniature/board-game figurines. card Belmont (650)595-8855 shelF RuBBeR maid new $20.00 Mint Condition worn only a few times.
ly City (415) 231-4825. 10#, $10 (650) 591-4553 contact joe (650)573-5269 $50 650-208-5758
NeW hP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex-
JaCK lalaNe's power juicer. $40. tra cartridges- $30. Call (650)345-1234 shelF RuBBeR maid new $20.00 exCelleNT ViOliN, previously owned, meN's ROssiGNOl Skis. $95.00,
DOll hOuse w/ furniture $50.00 new first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. joe 650 573 5269 contact joe (650)573-5269 good condition, (650)341-0282.
ONKYO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, sOFa BeD Recliner (double), beige, 76" (415)751-2416 NeW WeiGh bench With 200lbs, plus
laRGe sTuFFeD ANIMALS - $3 each
ReFRiGeRaTOR COmPaCT made by Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466 free weights. $50. (510)943-9221.San
emerson $25.00 good shape joe 650 FeNDeR musTaNG I guitar amplifier Mateo.
573 5269 sTaR WaRs one 4 orange card ac- samsuNG FlaT TV 20" ex.co.incl. sOFa GReeN, cream, sage plaid. 96" 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 Excellent condition. $90 Call $80. 650-421-5469 PRiNCe TeNNis 2 section nylon black
WhiRlPOOl WasheR DRYER, GE head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 650.952.3466 Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket-
Refrigerator all working and in good con- sONY DeTaChaBle set :3cd /fm/am FeNDeR musTaNG ll guitar amplifier $55.(650)341-8342
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. double tape. exc cond. $70 (415)231- ThOmasVille BeVeleD mirror 22" x 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
302 antiques 4825 12" $50. Call (650)834-4833 $130.00 650-421-5469 PuRsuiT sCOOTeR. $99. (650)348-
2235
297 Bicycles aNTiQue TeaK ChiNa cabinet and TV sONY Triniton 21" working condition. TWiN BeD, mattress, box spring, frame huGe luDWiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
$10 OBO (650)784-3243. $ 50. (650)598-9804. & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian RaWliNGs BaseBall GlOVe, left
aDulT BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal- matching table, with doors and legs. Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $5100 handed, excellent condition, $8:00,
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 $500/obo. (650)952-5049. WalNuT ChesT, small (4 drawer with (650)369-8013 591-9769 San Carlos
304 Furniture upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
ChilDs sChWiNN BiCYCle, Blue in WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x PiaNO, uPRiGhT, in excellent condi- sKi RaCK Thule, roof mounted to roof
heiRlOOm 1920 hand quilted bed- aNTiQue DiNiNG table for six people tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 load bars. Holds three pairs. $85, OBO
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
spread. 96" sq. Grandma's Garden pat- 650-594-1494
NeW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels uPRiGhT PiaNO. In tune. Fair condi-
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
tern, 2 scalloped edges. $99. 650-556- aNTiQue Glass Hutch. Cherry Wood. 306 housewares tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. TOTal GYm XLS, excellent condition.
9708 Excellent Condition. $450. Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
mes (650)888-2662 Yamaha aCOusTiC Guitar, model
COmPleTe seT OF CHINA - Windsor (650)588-0828
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, FG830 electric. $400.00 650-421-5469
aNTiQue mahOGaNY Bookcase. Four 20-pieces in original box, never used. ViNTaGe Nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
NOTiCe TO BiDDeRs feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. $250 per box (3 boxes available).
Yamaha PiaNO, Upright, Model M-305,
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
For PalOma PlaYGROuND ReNOVaTiON, CiTY PROJ- $750. Call (650)572-2337
(650)342-5630 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
BeiGe sOFa $99. Excellent Condition
eCT NO. 84940, sealed proposals will be received at the office
of the City Clerk, City Hall, 501 Primrose Road, Burlingame,
(650) 315-2319
FiRePlaCe CaNDelaBRa with 5 bat- 312 Pets & animals WeT suiT - medium size, $95., call for
BRaND NeW Bookcase 72"x30" still in tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990- info (650)851-0878
California, until 2:00 P.M., on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Sealed box $45. (415)231-4825. 6134 aiRliNe CaRRieR for cats, pur. from
bids will be publicly opened and read at 2:00 P.M. on that date Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call WOmeNs RaiChel ski boots, size 6 ?
PORCelaiN JaPaNese Tea set, Un- (505)228-1480 local. $ 50. 650 888-5808 .
in City Hall Conference Room "A", in the City of Burlingame, COaT/haT sTaND, solid wood, for your
mountain cabin/house. $25. (650)520- opened, in wood box, great gift $30. Yamaha ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
San Mateo County, California. 7045 (650)578-9208. CaliFORNia CaROliNa Pups. (650)458-3255
Specifications covering the work may be obtained by prospec- Gd. Fam./watchdpgs. Ex.Hiking Buddy.
tive bidders by contacting Karen Hager, City of Burlingame, COmPuTeR sWiVel CHAIR. Padded $1600. (707) 980.0915.
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
308 Tools 335 Garden equipment
Management Analyst at 650-558-7317 or email at CaNaRY BiRD cage 24 x 16 for sale.
khager@burlingame.org or downloaded via pdf on the City COmPuTeR TaBle, adjustable height, CRaFTsmaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" $40.00 firm. Used, good condition. Call BlaCK & Decker 18, Hedge Trimmer,
chrome legs, 29x48 like new $30 (650) dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 (650)766-3024 electric, used once, $60. 650 888-5808
website www.burlingame.org/palomaplayground. 697-8481
The City of Burlingame intends to renovate the playground DelTa CaBiNeT saW with overrun ta- FReNCh BullDOGs Puppies ChaiN saW, 16 ,Craftsmen ,electric,
area at Paloma Park. Project work would include the following: DiNeTTe TaBle, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993 Visit website $55. 650 888-5808
Basic Project: Removal and disposal of play equipment, resil- (650) 756-9516.Daly City. www.frenchbulldogsanfrancisco.com
ROuTeR TaBle ryobi $ 99. like new $2500 and up. TORO BRushCuTTeR 18" trimmer
ient play surfacing with concrete slab and other miscellaneous DiNiNG TaBle (36"x54") and 4 match- (650)573-5269 Call for an appointment (650)274-2241. (new in box) with unused 136' trimmer
demolition and site preparation; grading and drainage; installa- ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for line. $70. (650)592-3540
shOPsmiTh maRK V 50th Anniversary
tion of new play equipment, resilient surfacing tiles with con- $250 .(650)-654-1930. most attachments. $1,500/OBO. ONe KeNNel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
(650)504-0585 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. Garage sales
crete slab, accessible picnic table and benches, painting of ex- DResseR 4-DRaWeR in Belmont for (650)593-2066
isting fences and gates and drinking fountain and concrete col- $75. Good condition; good for children. sKil saW 7 1/4" circular saw, 2 1/3 HP,
or staining of existing patio. Call (650)678-8585 PaRROT CaGe, Steel, Large - approx
Model # 5150. Hardly used. $30
(650)556-9708 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best huGe GaRaGe sale
add alternate: In lieu of concrete color staining of existing DResseR- aRT Deco. 54wide 34 tall offer. (650)245-4084
patio, remove and dispose of existing patio and install a new 22deep. $150. (650)888-2662. ViNTaGe CRaFTsmaN Jig Saw. Circa Household items, furnitures,
Donor patio including synthetic turf with concrete slab, and a 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 PeT CaRRieR for small dog or cat in ex-
perimeter border of donor bricks with concrete banding with in-
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- clothing, tools, futon bed, chest
DResseR- ViCTORiaN. 35 tall ViNTaGe shOPsmiTh and BaND 6059
tegral color. 48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42 saW, good shape. $500/obo. Call
of drawers.
All play equipment, site furnishings and duraSAFE rubber play- $450. (650)888-2662. (650)342-6993 316 Clothes Saturday, 06/10, 9-5pm.
ground tiles will be purchased and furnished by the City of Bur- DResseR-aRT DeCO. Heavy Glass.
lingame. The Engineer's Estimate for the base project is Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150. 2 PR action slacks 36w 29L $10.00 2186 Carlmont Dr. apt. 3., Belmont
$138,908. The Engineer's Estimate for the Add Alternate Do- (650)888-2662. each (650)367-1508 (954)907-0100
309 Office equipment
nor Patio is $24,900. DRexel heaDBOaRD $50. (650)589- BOY sCOuT canvas belt with Boy Scout
Special Provisions, Specifications and Plans, including prevail- 0764 laPTOP Case or bag. Black. Like new. Buckle. Vintage. Fair condition. $5.
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. (650)588-0842
ing wage rates to be paid in compliance with Section 1773.2
of the California Labor Code and related provisions, may be in-
spected in the office of the City Engineer during normal work-
ing hours at City Hall, 501 Primrose Road, Burlingame, Cali-
eNTeRTaiNmeNT CeNTeR for $50.
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
(650)726-4102
NeaT ReCeiPTs Mobile Scanner new
in box $79, call (650)324-8416
Faux FuR Coat Woman's brown multi
color in excellent condition 3/4
sTORaGe
sale
length $50 (650)692-8012
fornia, and are also available for review at the State of Califor-
GliDeR rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
lent condition. $100 650-345-5644
310 misc. For sale
nia Department of Industrial Relations' Web site. laDies BOOTs size 8 , 3 pairs different
iKea DResseR, black, 3 shelf. 23" x 500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint, styles , $20/ pair. call (650)592-2648
A mandatory pre-bid meeting associated with this project will 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
be held on Friday, June 9, 2017 at 11AM, at Paloma Play-
ground, at the corner of Paloma Avenue and Edgehill Drive, iKea TaBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
$ 30. (650)598-9804.
ChRisTmas TRee, 7.5 Oregon pine,
1225 tips, hooked construction with
laDies seQuiN dress, blue, size XL,
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 All
Burlingame, California.
The contractor shall possess either a Class A license or a com-
bination of Class C-8, C-12, C-13 & C-28 prior to submitting a
leaTheR sOFa, black, excellent condi-
tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533
stand. Used once. $49. (415)650-6407
FiRemaN's helmeT, no badge;
lOuis VuiTTON monogram leather
clutch/computer carry case 10.25x13.5.
Inside zipper $95. (650)591-6596
American
$15:00, 591-9769 San Carlos
bid.
No contractors and subcontractors may be listed on the
liViNG ROOm table 36"x19" exc condi-
tion $30.(415) 231-4825. iNCuBaTOR, $99, (650)678-5133 maN's BlaCK leather jacket, size 40,
like new. $85.00 (650)593-1780
Self-Storage
bid proposal for a public works project unless registered lOVe seaT, Upholstered pale yellow liONel ChRisTmas Holiday expan-
with the Department of industrial Relations pursuant to la- floral $99. (650)574-4021 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 meN's sTeTsON hat, size large, new,
bor Code section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions from this re- rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 2000 E 3rd Ave,
quirement for bid purposes only under Labor Code section (650) 578-9208
UNIT G3
1771.5(a)].
all contractors and subcontractors will be required to fur-
nish electronic certified payroll records directly to the la-
leGal NOTiCes NeW WiTh tags Wool or cotton Men's
pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
(650)952-3466
SAN MATEO
bor Commissioner (aka Division of labor standards en- Fictitious Business Name Statements, PaRis hilTON purse white & silver un-
Toys, Crafts,
forcement).
All work specified in this project, shall include the base bid and Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, used, about 12" long x 9" high
$23. (650)592-2648
Upright Piano,
alternate bids shall be completed within 45 (forty five) of Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, Miscellaneous
Working Days (WD) from date of the Notice to Proceed. TuxeDO size 40, black, including white
Notice of Public Sales and More. shirt, excellent cond. $50 650-355-5189

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Garage sales 470 Rooms 625 Classic Cars 640 motorcycles/scooters 670 auto service 670 auto Parts
hiP hOusiNG FORD 64 Falcon. 4DR Sedan. 6 cyl. mOTORCYCle saDDleBaGs, with BRiDGesTONe aleNza 235/65R17,
VasT BOOK Sale Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
San Mateo County
auto/trans $3,500.00. (650) 570-5780. mounting hardware and other parts $35.
Call (650)670-2888 aa smOG $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
(650)348-6660 Complete Repair & Service used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
More than 1000 635 Vans $29.75 plus certificate fee
645 Boats (most cars)
books from private 620 automobiles
CheVROleT 06 Mini VAN, new radia-
tor, tires and brakes. Needs head gasket.
869 California Drive . BRiDGesTONe TuRaNza RFT (Run
collection. Fiction, $800. (650)481-5296
16 FT sea RaY. I/B. $1,200. Needs Up-
holstery. Call (650)898-5732.
Burlingame Flat) 205/55/16 EL 42 All Season Like
01 FORD Taurus SES, Needs Trans- New $100. (650)483-1222
nonfiction, garden- mission Work, $2,000 OBO. Call 640 motorcycles/scooters 2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat,
(650) 340-0492
ing, landscaping, (650)619-4872 excellend condition.
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sional hearings that held the nation rapt disturbing, thats a conclusion Im sure says Trump asked him to back off Flynn,
some four decades earlier. the special counsel will work towards, to Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California asked:
Republicans mindful of the gravity of try and understand what the intention was Why didnt you stop and say, Mr.
the moment worked feverishly to lessen there, and whether thats an offense. President, this is wrong,?
Continued from page 1
any damage from the hearing. They tried to In a startling disclosure, Comey revealed Its a great question, Comey replied.
undermine Comeys credibility by issuing that after his firing he actually tried to spur Maybe if I were stronger I would have. I
sion that he had told Trump on multiple press releases and even ads pointing to a the special counsels appointment by giv- was so stunned by the conversation I just
occasions that he was not personally under past instance where the FBI had to clean up ing a damning memo he had written about a took it in.
investigation and maintained the testimo- the directors testimony to Congress. meeting with Trump to a friend to release to Comey also made clear that political
ny made clear that Trump never, in form or In his opening statement, Comey the media. entanglement in law enforcement has cut
substance, directed or suggested that Mr. somberly accused the Trump administra- My judgment was I need to get that out across party lines.
Comey stop investigating anyone. tion of spreading lies, plain and simple into the public square, Comey said. During a discussion of the Hillary
Kasowitz also jumped on Comeys reve- in the aftermath of his abrupt ouster, Clinton email investigation, Comey dis-
The February meeting was one of several
lation that he had released details of his declaring that the administration chose to closed that then-Attorney General Loretta
one-on-one encounters that Comey said
private conversations with the president, defame me and, more importantly, the FBI Lynch, an Obama administration
made him feel such intense discomfort that
casting the former FBI director as one of by claiming the bureau was in disorder. appointee, instructed him to refer to the
he felt compelled to document them in
the leakers set on undermining the Trump He then dove into the heart of the fraught issue as a matter, not an investigation.
memos.
administration. political controversy around his firing and I was honestly concerned that he might That concerned me because that lan-
Still, theres no doubt the veteran law- whether Trump interfered in the bureaus lie about the nature of our meeting, so I guage tracked how the campaign was talk-
man made for a challenging adversary. Russia investigation, as he elaborated on thought it really important to document, ing about the FBIs work and thats con-
Its my judgment that I was fired because written testimony released a day earlier. Comey said. I knew there might come a cerning, Comey said. We had an investi-
of the Russia investigation, Comey said
In that testimony, Comey said that day when I might need a record of what hap- gation open at the time so that gave me a
toward the end of more than two hours of
Trump demanded his loyalty and directly pened not only to defend myself but to pro- queasy feeling.
testimony before the Senate intelligence
pushed him to lift the cloud of investiga- tect the FBI. Many Democrats still blame Comey for
committee. I was fired in some way to
tion by declaring publicly the president Trump himself was expected to dispute Clintons loss, leading Trump to apparent-
change, or the endeavor was to change, the
was not a target of the FBI probe into his Comeys claims that the president demand- ly believe they would applaud him for fir-
way the Russia investigation was being
campaigns Russia ties. ed loyalty and asked the FBI director to ing Comey. The opposite occurred, as the
conducted.
That is a very big deal, and not just He said that when Trump told him he drop the investigation into Flynn, accord- firing created a political firestorm that has
because it involves me. hoped he would terminate an investigation ing to a person close to the presidents stalled Trumps legislative agenda and
At one point he practically dared Trump into Michael Flynn, the ousted national legal team who demanded anonymity taken over Washington.
to release any recordings of their conversa- security adviser, he interpreted that as a because they were not authorized to discuss Under questioning Thursday, Comey reaf-
tions, a prospect the president once allud- directive. legal strategy. Instead, Kasowitz pushed firmed the intelligence communitys con-
ed to in a tweet. I mean, this is the president of the back and the president remained conspicu- clusion that Russia meddled in the elec-
Lordy, I hope there are tapes, Comey United States, with me alone, saying, I ously silent on Twitter during the hearing tion.
said, suggesting such evidence would back hope this, he said. I took it as, this is despite expectations he might respond. There should be no fuzz on this. The
up his account over the presidents. what he wants me to do. The disclosures that followed Comeys Russians interfered, Comey stated firmly.
Thursdays hearing was Comeys first Asked whether that February Oval Office firing have raised questions about why That happened. Its about as unfake as you
public appearance since his sudden May 9 discussion amounted to obstruction of jus- Comey, known in government for an inde- can possibly get.
firing and it brought Washington and other tice, Comey said he expected that to be a pendent streak and a willingness to buck Trump has begrudgingly accepted that
parts of the country to a standstill as matter for Mueller, the former FBI director protocol, did not speak out publicly while assessment. But he has also suggested he
Americans sat glued to their screens, who has taken over the Justice on the job, or at least make his objections doesnt believe it, saying Russia is a
harkening back to the Watergate congres- Departments investigation. directly known to the president. ruse and calling the investigation into
He said that while he found the exchange Discussing the meeting where Comey the matter a witch hunt.
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