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Tuesday • June 4, 2019 • XIX, Edition 242 www.smdailyjournal.com

Weighing the future of county’s juvenile hall


Commission recommends exploration of detention alternatives, rehabilitation and preventative measures
By Anna Schuessler future use of the San Department of Corrections and instead pro- sioners have been discussing for months
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Mateo County Youth vide those services through government how juvenile hall can be adapted to focus
Services Center, other- health and human services as well as a pro- more on rehabilitation and preventative
In an effort to lead a growing call for juve- wise known as juvenile posal before San Francisco supervisors to measures and less on incarceration, said
nile justice reform in California, the San hall. close the county’s juvenile hall by 2021 are Gustafson. Though commissioners in April
Mateo County Juvenile Justice and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s among the recent calls for reform sparking considered recommending closure of the
Delinquency Prevention Commission is proposal earlier this year the conversation among the 12-person facility, she said they voted Tuesday, May
recommending county supervisors form a to dismantle the commission, said Chair Michele Gustafson. 28, to recommend a committee be formed to
committee aimed at exploring rehabilita- Division of Juvenile Also spurred by the declining number of
tive alternatives to youth detention and Gavin Newsom Justice in the California incarcerated youth in the county, commis- See FUTURE, Page 18

Big tech in
Congress’
crosshairs
Federal government launching
huge antitrust probe as possible
federal investigations take shape
By Rachel Lerman
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN FRANCISCO — The federal government may be


CYCLOCROSS/ANDREW YEE warming up its antitrust enforcement machine and pointing
Ryan’s Ride was created in 2004 memorializing Ryan Phua’s death at the age of 2 due to Sudden Unexplained Death in it at big tech.
Childhood, which came in the wake of John Phua’s recovery from cancer. The non-competitive, free bike ride for children On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee announced a
regularly features hundreds of participants across a variety of age groups. sweeping antitrust probe of unspecified technology compa-
nies. In a statement, it promised “a top-to-bottom review of

Ryan’s Ride rolls to a stop the market power held by giant tech platforms,” which
would be the first such Congress has ever undertaken.
Earlier in the day, shares of Facebook, Google, Amazon

Burlingame community fundraiser to hold final ride for charity June 9 See PROBE, Page 27
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Redwood City to consider
“More bikes. More bikes.”
That’s what a young Ryan Phua
would exclaim when observing the rid-
proposed zoning changes
ers attending the bicycle competitions
in which his father used to participate. City looking to make it easier
More than a decade later, the once
excited calls still linger as motivation
for the Phua family to rally around
to build multi-family housing
By Zachary Clark
their son’s memory during a charity
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
event which has raised nearly $1 mil-
lion for the Burlingame Community
for Education Foundation and the The Redwood City Planning Commission Tuesday
Livestrong Foundation. evening will consider amendments to the mixed-use
Ryan’s Ride was created in 2004 live/work zoning district to make it easier to construct
memorializing Ryan Phua’s death at multi-family housing and increase building size in those
the age of 2 due to Sudden Unexplained areas.

See RIDE, Page 19 See ZONING, Page 19


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2 Tuesday • June 4, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“When you betray somebody
else, you also betray yourself.”
— Isaac Bashevis Singer, Nobel Prize-winning author

This Day in History


The World War II Battle of Midway

1942 began, resulting in a decisive


American victory against Japan and
marking the turning point of the war
in the Pacific.
In  1 8 1 2 ,   the Louisiana Territory was renamed the Missouri
Territory, to avoid confusion with the recently admitted state
of Louisiana. The U.S. House of Representatives approved,
79-49, a declaration of war against Britain.
In  1 9 1 9 , Congress approved the 19th Amendment to the
U.S. Constitution, guaranteeing citizens the right to vote
regardless of their gender, and sent it to the states for ratifica-
tion.
In  1 9 3 9 , the German ocean liner MS St. Louis, carrying
more than 900 Jewish refugees from Germany, was turned
away from the Florida coast by U.S. officials.
In 1 9 4 0 , during World War II, the Allied military evacuation
of some 338,000 troops from Dunkirk, France, ended.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared: “We shall
fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds,
we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in
the hills; we shall never surrender.”
In  1 9 4 3 , the president of Argentina, Ramon Castillo, was REUTERS
overthrown in a military coup. Roma circus Romanes troop member Aude performs during a show in Paris.
In  1 9 4 4 , U-505, a German submarine, was captured by a
U.S. Navy task group in the south Atlantic; it was the first
such capture of an enemy vessel at sea by the U.S. Navy since In other news ...
the War of 1812. The U.S. Fifth Army began liberating Rome. Saturday’s event in Vilnius, the capi- Animal care and code enforcement
In  1 9 5 4 , French Premier Joseph Laniel and Vietnamese Police arrest naked intruder tal of Lithuania, was the 20th annual authorities were summoned.
Premier Buu Loc signed treaties in Paris according “complete at Southern California home event staged by a local radio station to The residents were issued misde-
independence” to Vietnam. mark International Children’s Day, cel-
CORONA, — A Southern California meanor citations for animal cruelty and
In 1 9 8 6 , Jonathan Jay Pollard, a former U.S. Navy intelli- ebrated in this Baltic nation on June 1.
gence analyst, pleaded guilty in Washington to conspiring woman says she and her twin daughters the large house in a gated community
were terrorized by a man who stripped Teams waved toys and even banged was red-tagged as uninhabitable.
to deliver information related to the national defense to
out of his clothes and wielded a hammer baby food cans to spur the 7-to-11- Names of the occupants were not
Israel.
he took from her garage after breaking month-old baby girls and boys to released.
into their home. move faster on the carpet.
Birthdays Rachel Bollin tells KABC-TV she ran
into her 7-year-old daughters’ bedroom
An 11-month-old baby boy named
Ignas managed to crawl over a few
Three charged with plot to send
after she heard the man shatter the slid- yards and reach the finish line first.
stolen California plants to Asia
ing glass door of her Corona home LOS ANGELES — Three South
early Saturday. Gator busts through kitchen Korean citizens have been charged with
Bollin says she locked the door and window, breaks bottles of wine trying to illegally export thousands of
called 911 as the intruder walked plants poached from remote Northern
upstairs. CLEARWATER, Fla. — Authorities California state parks.
The man banged on the door and then say an 11-foo alligator busted through Prosecutors say the three, who
entered another bedroom where he a kitchen window and broke several include a Vista nursery operator, pulled
smashed walls. bottles of red wine in a Florida home thousands of Dudleya plants worth
Bollin says she thought they were before it was captured. more than $600,000 from coastal park
Sex therapist and Comedian Horatio Actor-comedian
Russell Brand is 44. going to be killed. Police tweeted that the gator was areas, intending to ship them to South
media personality Sanz is 50.
Police arrived and arrested the 43- removed from Mary Wischhusen’s Korea.
Dr. Ruth
year-old man on burglary charges. Clearwater condominium early Friday.
Westheimer is 91. The succulents are prized in Asia but
Police say the man was under the No one was injured.
Actor Bruce Dern is 83. Musician Roger Ball is 75. Actress- they take years to grow in nurseries.
influence of drugs when he broke into Authorities say that last year, they
singer Michelle Phillips is 75. Jazz musician Anthony
the home. About 100 dogs removed seized more than 3,700 plants that the
Braxton is 74. Rock musician Danny Brown (The Fixx) is 68.
Actor Parker Stevenson is 67. Actor Keith David is 63. Blues from Southern California home defendants allegedly planned to ship
singer-musician Tinsley Ellis is 62. Actress Julie Gholson is
Lift those knees: Babies crawl ORANGE — Authorities have through a commercial exporter in
61. Actor Eddie Velez is 61. Singer-musician El DeBarge is 58. to the Lithuanian finish line removed about 100 dogs from a Compton.
Actress Julie White is 58. Actress Lindsay Frost is 57. Actor VILNIUS, Lithuania — In Lithuania, Southern California home. The three were charged Friday with
Sean Pertwee is 55. Former tennis player Andrea Jaeger is 54. the rat race of life apparently starts Police in the city of Orange say they conspiracy and attempting to export
Opera singer Cecilia Bartoli is 53. Rhythm and blues singer early. went to the residence Thursday after- plants taken in violation of state law.
Al B. Sure! is 51. Actor Scott Wolf is 51. Actor-comedian Rob Twenty-five babies have taken to the noon in response to an anonymous tip. Each could face up to 10 years in feder-
Huebel is 50. Actor James Callis is 48. Actor Noah Wyle is 48. red carpet in Lithuania in a crawling The two residents allowed officers al prison if convicted.
Rock musician Stefan Lessard (The Dave Matthews Band) is race as their parents, grandparents and inside, where they found animals rang- One person is in custody and two are
45. Actress Angelina Jolie is 44. Actor Theo Rossi is 44. Alt- onlookers cheered the spectacle. ing from puppies to elder dogs. fugitives.
country singer Kasey Chambers is 43.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, June 1 Powerball Fantasy Five Tues day :  Mostly cloudy in the morning
one letter to each square,
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1 0 2 Mostly cloudy. Highs in the 60s to lower 70s. Lows in the
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9 8 7 mid 50s to upper 60s. Lows in the lower 50s.


Fri day  Ni g ht: Mostly clear in the evening then becoming
The Daily Derby race winners are Money Bags, No. cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s.
11, in first place; Lucky Star, No. 2, in second place; Saturday :  Mostly cloudy in the morning then becoming
and Gorgeous George, No. 8, in third place. The race partly cloudy. Highs in the 50s to upper 60s. Southwest
MTROPP time was clocked at 1:42.60. winds 10 to 20 mph.
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Fallen heroes memorial planned for Central Park Police reports
Hard water
Someone was using their water gun
aggressively on Alameda de las Pulgas
in San Mateo, it was reported at 2:25
p.m. on Saturday, May 25.

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO


Ars o n . Arson occurred at Westborough
Park on Westborough Boulevard, it was
reported at 8:01 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.

A
memorial to “fallen heroes” — Ro b b e ry . Someone stole items from
meaning those who died in the Harris Bros. Auto Body Works, Inc., on
line of duty — may someday grace South Linden Avenue, it was reported at
Central Park in San Mateo, a city already 6:03 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
known for honoring veterans, especially Petty theft. Items were taken on Mission
those from the divisive war in Vietnam. Road, it was reported at 5:58 p. m.
The planned memorial will feature the Wednesday, May 29.
names of those San Mateo residents who Di s turbance. A fight occurred at Alfredo’s
made the supreme sacrifice. This means, of Market on Linden Avenue, it was reported at
course, members of the armed forces. The 2:52 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
monument, however, will also list the Vehi cl e s to l en. Someone stole a vehicle
names of emergency responders, such as The Rose Garden at San Mateo’s Central Park is the site of a proposed Fallen Heroes Memorial.
from the Hampton Inn on Gateway
police officers and firefighters. “Many names of those killed in more between San Mateo and the division. In Boulevard, it was reported at 1:01 p.m.
Ellen Mallory, a city planning commis- recent conflicts are easily obtained, but we 1978, a parade in San Mateo drew about
Wednesday, May 29.
sioner and member of the San Mateo are having trouble with World War II,” she 8,000 spectators in a rare welcome home
County Historical Association board, is on said. “They didn’t digitalize back in those for soldiers from Vietnam. That was just SAN MATEO
the committee attempting to decide which days.” In addition to the usual sources, such the start of San Mateo saying “Thanks for
names will be etched on the memorial to be as the Department of Defense, Mallory your service.” Theft. Someone stole items from a gym
located near the popular park’s rose garden. asked that “family or friends of those who On July 4, 1981, the city held a two-day locker on Bovet Road, it was reported at
“Architectural students at the College of died come forward and help us root out party to honor veterans of that divisive 9:14 a.m. Wednesday, May 29.
San Mateo are competing to design the some names.” war. Then U.S. senator S.I. Hayakawa Auto theft. Someone stole a car overnight
memorial and we have received many The names will surely include Sgt. Joe attended the event and said “The Vietnam on Santa Inez Avenue, it was reported at
entries and are reviewing them,” Mallory Artavia, who was killed in Vietnam in veterans have suffered a raw deal all the 7:53 a.m. Wednesday, May 29.
said. “The only restriction for the design is 1968 while serving with the 101st way.” A picnic at Central Park was the main Burg l ary . Someone broke into a vehicle
that no water be used. No fountains.” Airborne Division, known as the on Poplar Avenue, it was reported at 7:24
Mallory said the committee needs the “Screaming Eagles.” His death led the City See HISTORY, Page 19 p.m. Tuesday, May 28.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • June 4, 2019 3


Fallen heroes memorial planned for Central Park Police reports
Hard water
Someone was using their water gun
aggressively on Alameda de las Pulgas
in San Mateo, it was reported at 2:25
p.m. on Saturday, May 25.

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO


Ars o n . Arson occurred at Westborough
Park on Westborough Boulevard, it was
reported at 8:01 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.

A
memorial to “fallen heroes” — Ro b b e ry . Someone stole items from
meaning those who died in the Harris Bros. Auto Body Works, Inc., on
line of duty — may someday grace South Linden Avenue, it was reported at
Central Park in San Mateo, a city already 6:03 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
known for honoring veterans, especially Petty theft. Items were taken on Mission
those from the divisive war in Vietnam. Road, it was reported at 5:58 p. m.
The planned memorial will feature the Wednesday, May 29.
names of those San Mateo residents who Di s turbance. A fight occurred at Alfredo’s
made the supreme sacrifice. This means, of Market on Linden Avenue, it was reported at
course, members of the armed forces. The 2:52 p.m. Wednesday, May 29.
monument, however, will also list the Vehi cl e s to l en. Someone stole a vehicle
names of emergency responders, such as The Rose Garden at San Mateo’s Central Park is the site of a proposed Fallen Heroes Memorial.
from the Hampton Inn on Gateway
police officers and firefighters. “Many names of those killed in more between San Mateo and the division. In Boulevard, it was reported at 1:01 p.m.
Ellen Mallory, a city planning commis- recent conflicts are easily obtained, but we 1978, a parade in San Mateo drew about
Wednesday, May 29.
sioner and member of the San Mateo are having trouble with World War II,” she 8,000 spectators in a rare welcome home
County Historical Association board, is on said. “They didn’t digitalize back in those for soldiers from Vietnam. That was just SAN MATEO
the committee attempting to decide which days.” In addition to the usual sources, such the start of San Mateo saying “Thanks for
names will be etched on the memorial to be as the Department of Defense, Mallory your service.” Theft. Someone stole items from a gym
located near the popular park’s rose garden. asked that “family or friends of those who On July 4, 1981, the city held a two-day locker on Bovet Road, it was reported at
“Architectural students at the College of died come forward and help us root out party to honor veterans of that divisive 9:14 a.m. Wednesday, May 29.
San Mateo are competing to design the some names.” war. Then U.S. senator S.I. Hayakawa Auto theft. Someone stole a car overnight
memorial and we have received many The names will surely include Sgt. Joe attended the event and said “The Vietnam on Santa Inez Avenue, it was reported at
entries and are reviewing them,” Mallory Artavia, who was killed in Vietnam in veterans have suffered a raw deal all the 7:53 a.m. Wednesday, May 29.
said. “The only restriction for the design is 1968 while serving with the 101st way.” A picnic at Central Park was the main Burg l ary . Someone broke into a vehicle
that no water be used. No fountains.” Airborne Division, known as the on Poplar Avenue, it was reported at 7:24
Mallory said the committee needs the “Screaming Eagles.” His death led the City See HISTORY, Page 19 p.m. Tuesday, May 28.

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public’s help in coming up with the names Council to adopt Artavia’s unit, Company
of those to be memorialized. A, a move that formed a lasting bond

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Police seek suspect between public and private drone operators opportunity to meet and speak with local
Local briefs and other emergency aircraft, such as those firefighters, learn more about wildfire pre-
after commercial burglary The victim pulled out his iPhone to look, used in wildland firefighting, during the paredness and explore firefighting equip-
San Bruno police are asking for the pub- and a second suspect — a thin light-skinned wildfire seasons of 2017 and 2018. ment. The incident command post for the
lic’s help in identifying a man who broke man, also in his late teens or early 20s — In some cases, air tankers and helicopters exercise will be stationed at the Pulgas
into a business on El Camino Real early grabbed the phone from the victim’s hand. were unable to drop water or fire retardant Water Temple, located at 56 Cañada Road in
Sunday and stole property from inside. Both suspects then fled the area running due to the threat of collision with smaller, Redwood City, according to the city.
Officers responded at 1:05 a.m. to an east toward Bay Road, said sheriff’s unmanned systems in the area. This wildfire evacuation exercise follows
alarm activated at the business on the 400 Detective Rosemerry Blankswade. Over the Bay, however, the new agree- two community meetings on wildfire pre-
block of El Camino Real and arrived to find The victim was not injured. ment spells out specific altitudes of opera- paredness held by the city in April 2019.
that someone had forced entry there, stole Anyone with information about this rob- tion for drones and aircraft to improve oper- For more information on preparing for the
property and fled, police said. bery is encouraged to call San Mateo ator safety. threat of wildfires and keeping your home
Police have released a surveillance photo County Sheriff’s Office Anonymous Tip- Questions about anti-collision lighting and your family safe visit cityofsancar-
of the suspect, described as a black man line at (800) 547-2700. and other safety protocols are also los.org/wildfire.
between 25 to 35 years old who is about 6 Smartphones have long been popular tar- addressed.
feet 1 inches tall, weighs about 150 pounds gets among thieves, with individuals and During a period of annexation in the post- San Francisco to pay
and was last seen wearing a dark-colored businesses targeted. On May 28, BART offi- World War II era, Menlo Park acquired a sig- $400,0000 for fatal police shooting
puffy zip-up hooded jacket and light-colored cials warned against a rash of thefts of cell- nificant area of marshland, mud and tidal
jeans, police said. phones and other electronics on its trains water where the Menlo Park Fire Protection SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco will
Anyone with information about the case and in its stations. During the first four District is now responsible for emergency pay $400,000 to the mother of a black man
is asked to call San Bruno police at (650) months of 2019, 402 such thefts were response. who was fatally shot by five police officers
616-7100 or to email sbpdtipline@san- reported, 300 of them by “snatching” from to settle a lawsuit over his death.
bruno.ca.gov. owners caught off-guard. San Carlos to hold Gwendolyn Woods is the mother of Mario
Woods, a 26-year-old man who was suspect-
Grab-and-run cellphone robbery Firefighters, Coast Guard adopt wildfire evacuation exercise ed in a stabbing and shot by police in 2015.
Two men are being sought as suspects in a safety plan for drones and aircraft The city of San Carlos will be conducting She filed a lawsuit days after his death seek-
daytime robbery in Redwood City Sunday in a neighborhood evacuation exercise for ing monetary damages from the city.
which one of the suspects grabbed an A new plan for Peninsula firefighters’ community members in the Crestview The shooting of Woods was caught on
iPhone out of a man’s hand and fled, a San search and rescue drones and U.S. Coast neighborhood Saturday, June 8, to help edu- video. Protests ensued and Police Chief
Mateo County sheriff’s spokeswoman said. Guard helicopters to share the skies over the cate and prepare the community for a possi- Greg Suhr resigned. An autopsy found
The latest victim was walking along San Francisco Bay could make the difference ble evacuation in the event of a wildfire. Woods was shot 20 times, many from
Barron Avenue at the intersection with between a “live rescue and a tragic recov- Participants who have registered for the behind, and had drugs in his system.
Spring Street in Redwood City at about 10 ery,” Menlo Park Fire Protection District’s exercise will be notified of an evacuation Details of the settlement are included in
a. m. Sunday. One man, a black or chief said. route and meeting point through SMC Alert the agenda for Tuesday’s Board of
Dominican man in his late teens or early Drones are frequently used in emergencies at approximately 7 a.m. June 8. At the end Supervisors meeting, though the board will
20s, asked the victim for the time of day. and natural disasters but conflicts emerged of the event, the community will have an vote on the agreement later.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Tuesday • June 4, 2019 5


FDA says sampling finds toxic
nonstick compounds in foods
By Ellen Knickmeyer, in drinking water.
John Flesher and Michael Cassey Food and Drug Administration spokes-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS woman Tara Rabin said Monday that the
agency thought the contamination was “not
WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug likely to be a human health concern,” even
Administration found substantial levels of a though the tests exceeded the sole existing
worrisome class of nonstick, stain-resistant federal PFAS recommendations for drinking
industrial compounds in some grocery store water.
meats and seafood and in off-the-shelf As a handful of PFAS contaminations of
chocolate cake, according to FDA food emerge around the country, authorities
researchers. have deemed some a health concern but not
The FDA’s food-test results are likely to others. The agency considers each discov- REUTERS FILE PHOTO
heighten complaints by states and public ery of the compound in food case by case, The Food and Drug Administration’s first broad testing of food for a worrisome class of
health groups that President Donald Trump’s including the kind of food, levels of con- nonstick, stain-resistant industrial compounds found high levels in some grocery store meats
administration is not acting fast enough or tamination, frequency of consumption and and seafood and in off-the-shelf chocolate cake.
firmly enough to start regulating the man- latest scientific information, Rabin said.
made compounds. There are nearly 5,000 varieties of PFAS,
which DuPont created in 1938 and first put Obituary
A federal toxicology report last year cited
links between high levels of the compounds into use for nonstick cookware. Industries Eileen Nichol
in people’s blood and health problems, but use them in countless consumer items —
November 16, 1927 - May 31, 2019
said it was not certain the nonstick com- food packaging, carpets and couches, dental
pounds were the cause. floss and outdoor gear — to repeal grease, Eileen (McGeough) Nichol passed away peacefully on May
The levels in nearly half of the meat and water and stains. 31, 2019 surrounded by her loving family. She was a devout
fish tested were two or more times over the The chemicals also are found in firefight- Catholic and is now safe in God’s care.
only currently existing federal advisory ing foam, which the Defense department Eileen was born on a farm in Govan, Saskatchewan. She was
level for any kind of the widely used man- calls irreplaceable in suppressing jet-fuel one of five children of Joseph and Margaret McGeough. After
made compounds, which are called per- and fires. Especially around military bases and her mother’s early passing, she cared for her four brothers: Vin,
polyfluoroalykyl substances, or PFAS. PFAS facilities, decades of use have built up Bill, Gerald, and John McGeough.
The level in the chocolate cake was levels in water, soil and some treated sewage Eileen valued education. She graduated from the University
higher: more than 250 times the only fed- sludge used to fertilize non-organic food of Saskatoon, then earned a master’s degree in social work at the University of British
eral guidelines, which are for some PFAS crops and feed for livestock. Columbia. She later earned a teaching certificate at San Francisco State University.
Eileen met her husband of 60 years, Dr. Bernard Nichol, at St. Mary’s Social Club
in San Francisco. They were married at St. Brigid’s Church and settled in San Mateo.
Obituary There, they raised their six sons: John, Dan, Jim, Larry, Thomas, and Patrick.
Eileen volunteered at the Primrose House for many years, and eventually became
Corinne Marie Preston President of Catholic Charities. She also enjoyed many wonderful friendships,
including her “sewing group” that met monthly for more than 50 years. She treasured
Corinne Marie Preston passed away peacefully at the age of
91 with her daughter by her side. She was preceded in death her time with her grandchildren.
by her beloved husband, Arthur Preston, her dear brother “Big Eileen is survived by her husband, Dr. Bernard Nichol, her six sons, her 10
Freddie” and her loving sister “BoBo”. She is survived by grandchildren, and her brothers, Gerald and John.
her daughter, Sally Camozzi (Bob); her brother, Fred Gernandt Funeral Mass will be Wednesday, June 5, 10 am at Immaculate Heart of Mary
(Keeli); and her grandchildren, Nick Camozzi, Kimi Camozzi Church in Belmont.
(Ray Huber), Nina Camozzi, and Gabriella Camozzi. She is Sign the guestbook at www.crippenflynn.com
also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and two great
grandsons, Benjamin and Jackson Huber.
A native of San Francisco, she graduated from Poly High School and worked as a
stewardess on the Southern Pacific Railroad. When she moved to the Peninsula in the
early sixties she soon met the love of her life, Arthur Preston. Together they worked
side by side as owners of Preston’s Candies on Broadway in Burlingame. She enjoyed
a lifetime of traveling the world with her husband and their candy groups. She also
enjoyed entertaining, ballroom dancing, playing tennis and developed a passion for
Dixieland Jazz. Her favorite summertime destination was their timeshare in Maui.
In recent years she was active with New Horizons at the First Presbyterian Church
where she developed many warm friendships.
Family and friends are invited to a memorial service scheduled for Thursday, June
6 at 1:00 pm in the Chapel at the First Presbyterian Church, 1500 Easton Drive,
Burlingame. The family asks in lieu of flowers, please consider donating to your
favorite charity.
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Around the nation


House to vote on holding
Barr, McGahn in contempt next week
WASHINGTON — A top Democrat announced Monday
that the House will vote next week on whether to hold
Attorney General William Barr and former White House
counsel Don McGahn in contempt of Congress for failing
to comply with congressional subpoenas.
Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said in a statement that the
Trump administration’s “systematic refusal to provide
Congress with answers and cooperate with Congressional
subpoenas is the biggest cover-up in American history, and
Congress has a responsibility to provide oversight on
behalf of the American people.”
The resolution scheduled for a June 11 floor vote will
allow the Judiciary Committee to pursue civil action to seek
enforcement of its subpoenas in federal court, Hoyer said.
The House Judiciary Committee voted last month to hold
Barr in contempt after he refused to turn over an unredacted
version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report.
McGahn, one of the most-cited witnesses in the report, has
been directed by the White House to defy the Judiciary REUTERS
panel’s subpoenas for documents and testimony. The contents of grain silos which burst from flood damage are shown in Fremont County Iowa.
Long list of troubled nursing
homes revealed by senators
WASHINGTON — The federal government for years has
Congress sends $19B disaster aid bill to Trump
kept under wraps the names of hundreds of nursing homes By Andrew Taylor most conservative members. Along the way, House and Senate old-
around the country found by inspectors to have serious THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Trump hailed passage of the bill, timers seemed to outmaneuver the
ongoing health, safety or sanitary problems. tweeting, “Farmers, Puerto Rico and all White House, though Trump personally
WASHINGTON — A long-delayed will be very happy.” The president also prevailed upon Senate Appropriations
Nearly 400 facilities nationwide had a “persistent record
$19.1 billion disaster aid bill sailed suggested, incorrectly, that the bill Committee Chairman Richard Shelby,
of poor care” as of April, but they were not included along R-Ala., to drop a bid to free up billions
through the House on Monday and would now see action in the Senate.
with a shorter list of homes that get increased federal scruti- of dollars for dredging and other harbor
headed to President Donald Trump for That chamber had already passed the
ny and do have warning labels, according to a Senate report bill by a sweeping 85-8 vote on its way projects.
his expected signature, overcoming
released Monday. out of Washington May 23, a margin The measure was initially held up
months of infighting, misjudgment and
a feud between Trump and congression- that reflected a consensus that the bill over a fight between Trump and
al Democrats. is long overdue. Democrats over aid to Puerto Rico that
Lawmakers gave the measure final But conservative Republicans in the seems long settled.
congressional approval by 354-58 in House held up the bill last week, object- “Some in our government refused to
the House’s first significant action ing on three occasions to efforts by assist our fellow Americans in Puerto
after returning from a 10-day recess. It Democratic leaders to pass the bill by a Rico who are still recovering from a
was backed by all 222 voting voice vote requiring unanimity. They 2017 hurricane. I’m pleased we’ve
Democrats and 132 Republicans, said the legislation — which reflects an moved past that,” said House
including the GOP’s top leaders and increasingly permissive attitude in Appropriations Committee
many of its legislators from areas hit Washington on spending to address dis- Chairwoman Nita Lowey, D-N.Y.
by hurricanes, floods, tornadoes and asters that sooner or later hit every “Because when disaster strikes, we
fires. Fifty-eight Republicans voted region of the country — shouldn’t be shouldn’t let a ZIP code dictate our
“no,” including many of the party’s rushed through without a recorded vote. response.”
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US, Mexico to begin talks over tariffs, border


By Luis Alonso Lugo, tiate, and the limit is Mexican dignity,” said
Lisa Mascaro and Hope Yen Mexico’s Ambassador to the United States,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Martha Barcena.
Barcena said Mexico has taken steps to
WASHINGTON — Mexico launched a offer migrants visas in Mexico, and “with-
counteroffensive Monday against the threat out Mexico’s efforts an additional quarter
of U.S. tariffs, warning not only that it hurt million migrants could arrive at the U.S.
the economies of both countries but also border in 2019.”
would allow a quarter million more Central Mexican Economy Minister Graciela
Americans to migrate North. Marquez plans talks with Commerce
A high-level delegation from the Mexican Secretary Wilbur Ross. Delegations led by
government held a press conference at the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Foreign
embassy in Washington, making the case Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard will also
against the threat by President Donald meet this week in Washington.
Trump of imposing a 5% tariff by June 10. Marquez told reporters her team is assess-
Trump is in London for a long-planned ing potential reprisals in case the diplomat-
overseas trip, leaving others to stem a ic efforts do not bear fruit this week. “We
potential trade crisis. It’s unclear what more will have to make a strategic plan to take
Mexico can do — and what will be enough into consideration many elements,” she
— to satisfy the president. Trump’s said.
Republican allies warn that tariffs on Trump has been here before, issuing high-
Mexican imports will hit U.S. consumers stakes threats, only to back off come crunch
and harm the economy. time. But a top White House official warned
REUTERS that the president was “deadly serious.”
The president all but taunted negotiators
for a quick resolution. “Mexico is sending a Heavy machinery moves a bollard-type wall, to be placed along the border at Sunland Park, Trump is threatening 5% tariffs on Mexican
big delegation to talk about the Border,” the N.M., as seen from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. imports starting June 10.
president tweeted Sunday. “Problem is, Ebrard replied Monday that both countries safe country” agreement that would require Trump claims Mexico has taken advantage
they’ve been ‘talking’ for 25 years. We want working together is “the best way to do it.” asylum seekers to apply for refuge in of the United States for decades but that the
action, not talk.” Mexico said it will only go so far to avert Mexico first. abuse will end when he slaps tariffs on
But Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo the duties, and absolutely ruled out a “third “There is a clear limit to what we can nego- Mexican imports.

Presidential hopeful Castro proposes vast change in policing


By Nicholas Riccardi means only as a last Development secretary, also would end a pro- Sunday after drawing cheers from the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS resort. He’d create one gram that lets local authorities enforce feder- California Democratic Party convention for
database of police depart- al immigration law, would pursue changes in reciting the names of unarmed minorities
SAN FRANCISCO — Democratic presi- ments’ use of stops and statute to remove protections for officers killed by police. “The system is broken. We
dential candidate Julian Castro on Monday detentions and another to from being sued for performing their jobs need to fix it.”
released a proposal to lessen wrongful track officers who’ve and would end the transfer of military-style In California, Castro named multiple
police shootings that would use the power been removed from one weapons and vehicles to local agencies. unarmed victims of police but spent the
of the federal government to change the way agency for cause to pre- “It’s important that people understand most time on the case of 22-year-old
local law enforcement is conducted. vent them from being that these videos that we keep seeing over Stephon Clark , who was shot to death by
Castro’s policing plan would set a federal Julian Castro hired by another. and over again of police violence and mis- Sacramento police in his grandmother’s
standard for use of deadly force, requiring de- Castro, a former Obama treatment, especially of young black men, backyard last year. No charges were filed in
escalation tactics and the use of lethal administration Housing and Urban is not an accident,” Castro told reporters Clark’s shooting.
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Ceremony, political jibes mark


president’s first day in London
By Jonathan Lemire and Kevin Freking ous moment. There is a fresh round of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS impeachment fervor back home and uncer-
tainty on this side of the Atlantic. British
LONDON — Mixing pageantry and Prime Minister Theresa May has undergone
pugilism, President Donald Trump plunged months of political turmoil over Britain’s
into his long-delayed state visit to Britain planned exit from the European Union, and
on Monday, welcomed with smiles and a French President Emmanuel Macron is
cannon salute by the royals but launching expected to use the 75th anniversary of the
political insults at others in a time of tur- World War II battle that turned the tide on
moil for both nations in the deep, if recent- the Western Front to call for strengthening
ly strained, alliance. multinational ties the U.S. president has
It was a whirlwind of pomp, circumstance frayed.
and protest for Trump, who had lunch with A sense of deja vu quickly spread around
Queen Elizabeth and tea with Prince Charles London as Trump barreled into the visit.
before a grand state dinner at Buckingham A year ago, he also had taken aim at his
Palace. hosts before landing on English soil, blast-
The queen used her toast to emphasize the ing May in an interview hours before she
importance of international institutions hosted him for dinner. This time he has so
created by Britain, the United States and far spared May, whom he will meet with on
other allies after World War II, a subtle Tuesday, but he also has praised her rival,
rebuttal to Trump, a critic of NATO and the Boris Johnson, just days before May steps
U.N. down as Conservative leader on Friday for
But most of the talk and the colorful failing to secure a Brexit deal.
images were just what the White House REUTERS “I think Boris would do a very good job. I
wanted to showcase Trump as a statesman Donald Trump and Britain’s Queen Elizabeth raise their glasses to make a toast at the State think he would be excellent,” Trump told
while, back home, the race to succeed him Banquet at Buckingham Palace in London. The Sun. “I like him. I have always liked
— and talk of impeaching him — heated up. But Trump has proven time and again he is Kingdom,” Trump wrote just before landing. him. I don’t know that he is going to be
Yet Trump, forever a counter-puncher, not most presidents. “He is a stone cold loser who should focus chosen, but I think he is a very good guy, a
immediately roiled diplomatic docility by With the trip already at risk of being over- on crime in London, not me.” very talented person.”
tearing into London Mayor Sadiq Khan. shadowed by Britain’s Brexit turmoil, Khan supporters have previously accused It was not clear if that endorsement would
The agenda for Trump’s weeklong Trump unleashed a Twitter tirade after a Trump of being racist against London’s first help or hurt Johnson’s chances of becom-
European journey is mostly ceremonial: newspaper column in which London’s Muslim mayor. ing prime minister. Trump said he may meet
Later this week come D-Day commemora- mayor said he did not deserve red-carpet During the palace welcome ceremony, with Johnson this week.
tion ceremonies on both sides of the treatment and was “one of the most egre- Trump and Prince Charles inspected the Never shy about weighing in on other
English Channel and his first presidential gious examples of a growing global threat” Guard of Honor formed by the Grenadier countries’ affairs, Trump also told the
visit to Ireland, which will include a stay at to liberal democracy from the far right. Guards wearing their traditional bearskin Sunday Times that Britain should “walk
his coastal golf club. For most presidents, “(at)SadiqKhan, who by all accounts has hats. Royal gun salutes were fired from near- away” from Brexit talks and refuse to pay a
it would be a time to revel in the grandeur, done a terrible job as Mayor of London, has by Green Park and from the Tower of London 39 billion pound ($49 billion) divorce bill
building relations with heads of state and been foolishly ‘nasty’ to the visiting as part of the pageantry accompanying an if it doesn’t get better terms from the
collecting photo-ops for campaign ads and President of the United States, by far the official state visit, one of the highest hon- European Union. He said he might meet
presidential libraries. most important ally of the United ors Britain can bestow on a foreign leader. with another pro-Brexit politician, Nigel
But the U.S. president arrived at a precari- Farage, and claimed Farage should be given
a role in the Brexit negotiations.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday • June 4, 2019 9


To solve traffic and parking, grow downtowns Pithy observations
walking distance of

D
Caltrain. I was tak- o you have a coffee shop where you visit regular-
By Mike Dunham
ing a job with an Guest ly and sit with a bunch of friends and discuss the

I
f you’ve driven past the education nonprofit headlines of the day? It’s what makes a local cof-
Burlingame/San Mateo border on
Highway 101 recently, you’ve
in Redwood City,
and my wife was perspective fee shop a nice place to go. Everyone’s sitting around a
table, drinking their coffee or tea, reading the Daily
Journal and, every so often, someone will toss out a com-
likely noticed the four large office working for a start-
buildings currently under construction up in San ment or two about an article that caught their attention
In most cities, this means allowing and everyone chimes in with their 2 cents! The Plantation
on the Burlingame Bayfront. Next Francisco. more apartments and condos in our
year, they will become home to Burlingame was Coffee Shop in San Carlos is such a place. I have, for
commercial districts that are well- years, enjoyed the banter that can be enjoyed there in the
Facebook’s Oculus virtual reality divi- the perfect place in the middle, and served by public transit (The new
sion and hold 3,500 mostly highly- our proximity to public transit meant morning. In that vein I write today’s column.
Burlingame general plan does a fair Here’s a story about the lieutenant governor of
paid tech workers. If you’ve wondered we could easily live owning just one bit of this. We’ll see if that’s enough
why during a housing crisis, with car. For our neighbors, competing California, Eleni Kounalakis. She’s remodeling her office
to spur significant development). All at the state Capitol. That’s not unusual but the way she is
severe traffic and parking impacts, we with one fewer automobile for park- those new workers could then live
continue to build enormous office ing and at rush hour is a win. funding it is. A committee was formed called “the
closer to work, and more of them Committee to Support the Office of the Lt. Governor.”
parks that are pretty much only acces- But finding such an apartment was- could walk, bike, or take public tran-
sible by car, you wouldn’t be alone. n’t easy, since housing in the down- They raised $300,000 for the project. Most of the money
sit, removing cars that are already came from labor unions. On the one hand, it could be said
Oddly, less than 2 miles away in towns of most Peninsula cities is lim- commuting on our roads.
Burlingame’s Broadway area, the City ited. This contradicts what experts on that this is a good thing. The lieutenant governor is sav-
And when we do add new office ing taxpayers money. True, initially, but then one might
Council recently decided to fund a city planning would suggest, which is space, it should be in our downtowns,
$50,000 pilot program to help busi- to develop “complete neighbor- ask what the unions want? I doubt they are doing this out
not in self-contained office parks far of the goodness of their collective hearts. My bet is a
nesses pay for fixes to their facades. hoods” where a resident’s daily needs from homes. Those thousands of new
How is it that in one part of can be met without having to get in a short-term gain will lead to a
Facebook employees in Burlingame long-term loss.
Burlingame, the private sector finds it car. For a growing number of are going to eat lunch, get coffee and
worthwhile to invest hundreds of mil- Peninsula residents — from millenni- Then there is this story about
go to happy hour all within the com- Hillary Clinton. She’s set to
lions of dollars in new construction, als who’ve lived in dorms and apart- fortable confines of the Bayfront cam-
and 2 miles away, businesses are ments since age 18 to seniors who speak later this year in
pus, with little spillover benefit to Washington, D.C., at a cyber-
unable to justify a few thousand dol- would like to downsize — we would local businesses. And the city’s incre-
lars worth of facade improvements? happily live in the middle of thriv- security conference. A
mental property tax revenue — likely California company by the
The answer is that Burlingame and ing, walkable downtowns and rid our- somewhere in the ballpark of
most cities on the Peninsula have selves of full-time car ownership. name of FireEye has asked
$600,000 per year, or $20 per resi- Clinton to give the keynote
unwisely restricted the development And doing so creates a virtuous dent — will not come close to miti-
of their downtowns for decades. cycle of economic growth: more speech at its annual summit in
gating the traffic impacts of that cam- October. Well now, what will
Combined with a penchant for allow- downtown residents means more daily pus, to say nothing of the rising rents
ing giant office parks on their out- customers for local businesses; more Hillary have to say about “wip-
that will inevitably push out more and ing it with a cloth or some-
skirts, this is a recipe for all the dollars spent locally means more more longtime Burlingame residents. thing?” Maybe James Comey
Matt Grocott
things that Peninsula residents hate: investment in infrastructure and Given the continuing tech boom,
rising rents that are pushing out vul- amenities, which attracts even more will be there and can take notes on how much Clinton
we have the choice between growing understands about keeping things like State Department
nerable residents and middle-class residents and businesses, raising our downtowns or watching quality of
families; traffic that chokes our property values and continuing the emails secure.
life on the Peninsula deteriorate fur- Let’s go back to Sacramento where the California
streets and highways; and parking cycle. This is a far more sustainable, ther. For the families, young people,
shortages in residential and commer- resilient economy than one premised Assembly voted last Tuesday to extend the state’s
seniors, local businesses and envi- Medicaid program to eligible adults over the age of 19
cial areas. Fortunately, we can ease all on luring major projects from the tech ronment all suffering now, that’s an
of these problems — and cut our car- giants. who are in the country illegally. That’s their proposal and
easy choice. it would cost taxpayers $3 billion a year, give or take.
bon emissions — by allowing our Indeed, since we’ve already added
downtowns to grow along with the more than 80,000 jobs in San Mateo Gov. Gavin Newsom, on the other hand, only wants to
broader economy. County since 2010, with tens of thou- Mik e Dunham is an education data con- spend about $98 million a year so he would like to limit
When my wife and I moved to sands more on the way, the only way sultant and affordable housing adv ocate coverage to low-income adults who are in the country ille-
Burlingame four years ago, we inten- to improve our quality of life on the who liv es in Burlingame. gally and are between the ages of 19 and 25. Then there
tionally looked for apartments within Peninsula is to grow our downtowns. is the state Senate which has its own proposal. Under its
plan, it would add to what the governor wants by extend-
ing coverage to people 65 and older. There’s a lot that
Letter to the editor could be said about these proposals but how about just
one question for starters: if someone is in the country
illegally, how is the state to know who they are and
dents and not the wishes of competition? Why are teachers’ exactly how old they are?
Red ink for education California’s powerful teacher’s union. unions against vouchers? Do teachers Here’s a story that is Gov. Newsom versus President
Editor, California teachers, who are taking unions think it is OK to continually Trump. Who would have thought? And you are not going
Anyone else astonished by the out- the day off from teaching our chil- underfund their enormous pension to believe this: it’s over fish!
right monopoly public teachers dren, thought it was more important obligations? Remember the whole fiasco with the Oroville Dam fail-
across America feel that they have The California Teachers ure? It was horrible in so many ways and altogether
to demand more money and pushing
regarding education and funding? In Association does not want education avoidable but it did finally get the attention of state offi-
policies that limit charter schools
the latest incident in Sacramento, to evolve into the 21st century. They cials. Once repairs were completed last April, to demon-
and their funding.     strate the flood control spillway worked, they sent water
1,000 public school teachers stormed If you look across the country, pub- hold on tightly to arcane policies
the capital demanding more money regarding education, funding and com- down the dam’s concrete chute. Later, however, down-
lic teachers’ unions have adopted the stream from the dam, fishing guides on the Feather River
for education and at the same time color red, marched on state capitals pensation. Keep in mind that they do
all this while striking, protesting and discovered thousands of dead, baby salmon. Apparently,
pushing to cut funding for our charter and used their power to silence critics after the Department of Water Resources reduced the
schools. Many citizens are getting through sheer numbers and intimida- running up huge deficits that taxpay-
ers are ultimately liable for.  flows back to normal, water levels on the river abruptly
tired of this less for more direction tion. If we were to give parents and receded and the fish were stranded on the shore where
that public education has been on and their children the choice, you would they died.
want the ability to choose the school get much better results and more Christopher P. Conway The Trump administration is wanting answers. A letter
their child attends. Californians must accountability. Why are teachers’ San Mateo has been shot off to Gov. Newsom asking for a detailed
demand their money to follow the stu- unions throughout America afraid of account of how many fish died and what the DWR will do
to avoid another disaster like it in the future. I doubt the
governor knows how many baby salmon died on the
OUR MISSION:
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most shores of the Feather River, just like I doubt he knows
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for how many people between the ages of 19 and 25 are liv-
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. ing in California illegally.
By combining local news and sports coverage, And finally, here’s a story about the border wall. An
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business,
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to NPR headline reads, “Privately Funded Border Wall Near
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter Completion In New Mexico.” In Sunland Park, New
provide our readers with the highest quality
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Shanni Brown Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County. Mexico, a section of border being built with privately
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we
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Stock indexes end mixed; Nasdaq slumps


By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 24,935.21
Major U.S. stock indexes ended mostly Low: 24,680.57
lower Monday amid signs that the Trump Close: 24,819.78
administration is laying the groundwork to
ratchet up scrutiny on some of the market’s Change: +4.74
biggest names: Apple, Facebook, Amazon
and Google. OTHER INDEXES
Google’s parent Alphabet lost 6.1% and S&P 500: 2744.45 -7.61
Facebook sank 7.5%. Apple shed 1% on the NYSE Index: 12,341.82 +77.33
day that the iPhone seller kicked off its
annual software showcase. Amazon fell Nasdaq: 7333.02 -120.13
4.6%. The four have a combined market NYSE MKT: 2460.72 +18.15
value of nearly $3 trillion, and their losses Russell 2000: 1469.98 +4.50
helped tilt the S&P 500 lower on a day
when there were actually more gainers than Wilshire 5000: 28,258.68 -110.71
losers in the stock market.
Investors were reacting to media reports
10-Yr Bond: 2.08 -0.06
suggesting that government regulators are Oil (per barrel): 52.78 -0.72
setting the stage for potential antitrust Gold : 1,330.00 +18.90
probes into each of the four technology
giants.
The sell-off knocked the tech-heavy
Nasdaq composite index into a correction, The Russell 2000 index of small compa- practices. In one instance last year, it was Microsoft dropped 3.1% and Twitter slid
Wall Street speak for a drop of 10% or more nies rose 4. 50 points, or 0. 3%, to fined $5 billion by European regulators 5. 5%. The losses outweighed gains in
from a peak. The Nasdaq hit its most recent 1,469.98. over contracts dealing with smartphone household goods makers, banks and else-
all-time high early last month, before the Major stock indexes in Europe closed makers and the search engine’s apps. where in the market.
trade dispute between the U.S. and China broadly higher. The speculation over the latest investiga- Campbell Soup rose 2.9% and American
escalated, setting off a monthlong slide. U.S. stock indexes briefly headed higher, tion comes on top of a tough weekend for International Group added 3.2%.
“We do have this trade uncertainty, and we with technology companies among the big the company when high levels of network The day of indecisive trading came amid a
now have some uncertainty with tech com- gainers, in what appeared to be a budding congestion caused outages for some of its wave of volatility in the market as
panies and government regulations,” said rebound for the market after it closed out services, including YouTube and Google investors wrestle with the uncertainty of
Karyn Cavanaugh, senior markets strate- May with its first monthly decline this Cloud. the U.S. and its growing use of tariffs in
gist at Voya Investment Management. year. Reports also suggested the Justice international trade disputes.
“These are the go-to big names, and if But the slight gains evaporated as Department would take the lead on any Investors spent the bulk of May fleeing
they’re vulnerable, that just makes investors weighed the implications of a probe into Apple, while any antitrust to safer holdings as a global trade war flared
investors a little bit nervous.” possible wave of heightened scrutiny on investigations into Amazon and Facebook up. China and the U.S. have been escalat-
The S&P 500 index fell 7.61 points, or the market’s biggest technology compa- would come from the Federal Trade ing their trade dispute with more tariffs on
0. 3%, to 2, 744. 45. The Dow Jones nies. Commission. Reports say consumer each other’s goods while also threatening
Industrial Average added 4.74 points, or Alphabet tumbled as media reports sug- groups and vendors have complained that to ban technology and resource sales. The
less than 0.1%, to 24,819.78. gested it faces an antitrust investigation by Amazon is unfairly edging out competition U.S. expanded its trade war and threatened
The Nasdaq composite lost 120.13 points, the Justice Department. as it expands its business and offerings. to impose tariffs on Mexican goods start-
or 1.6%, to 7,333.02. It’s now down 10.2% The company has faced a series of Declines by the big tech companies ing June 10 because of an immigration dis-
from its all-time high set May 3. European regulatory investigations into its depressed their sectors for much of the day. pute.

Box reported a loss of $36.8M in 1Q Business briefs


REDWOOD CITY — Box Inc. on Monday
reported a loss of $36.8 million in its fiscal Russia demands Tinder
first quarter. give user data to secret services
On a per-share basis, the Redwood City-
based company said it had a loss of 25 MOSCOW — Russia is requiring dating
cents. Losses, adjusted for stock option app Tinder to hand over data on its users —
expense, were 3 cents per share. including messages — to the national
The results beat Wall Street expectations. intelligence agencies, part of the coun-
The average estimate of 10 analysts sur- try’s widening crackdown on internet free-
veyed by Zacks Investment Research was doms.
for a loss of 5 cents per share. The communications regulator said
The online storage provider posted rev- Monday that Tinder was included on a list of
enue of $163 million in the period, also online services operating in Russia that are
topping Street forecasts. Nine analysts sur- required to provide user data on demand to
veyed by Zacks expected $161.5 million. Russian authorities, including the FSB secu-
For the current quarter ending in August, rity agency.
Box expects its results to range from a loss Tinder, an app where people looking for
of 2 cents per share to a loss of 1 cent per dates swipe left or right on the profiles of
other users to reject or accept them, will REUTERS
share. Apple CEO Tim Cook and Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ive, right, look over the new Mac Pro
The company said it expects revenue in have to cooperate with Russian authorities
or face being completely blocked in the during Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose.
the range of $169 million to $170 million
country. The rule would apply to any user’s
for the fiscal second quarter. Analysts sur-
veyed by Zacks had expected revenue of
$73.6 million.
data that goes through Russian servers,
including messages to other people on the
Apple previews new software
Box expects full-year results to range
from a loss of $1.05 per share to earnings of
app.
Tinder, which is based in West
Hollywood, California, said Monday that it
as it diversifies beyond iPhones
2 cents per share, with revenue ranging from By Michael Liedtke ware comes out this fall, Apple is also
$688 million to $692 million. has registered to be compliant with Russian
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS promising to give people the option of lim-
Box shares have increased 6% since the authorities but added that it has “not handed
iting the time apps can follow their loca-
beginning of the year. In the final minutes over any data to their government.” But the
tions and prevent tracking through
of trading on Monday, shares hit $17.92, a company did not say whether it plans to do SAN JOSE — Apple, beset by falling Bluetooth and Wi-Fi signals.
decrease of 32% in the last 12 months. so in the future. iPhone sales, announced upcoming changes The revisions are part of Apple’s ongoing
to its phone and computer software intended attempts to differentiate itself from other
to highlight its increasing emphasis on technology giants, many of whom offer free
digital services and to further position it as services in exchange for personal data such
a fierce guardian of personal privacy. as whereabouts and personal interests,
The revisions previewed Monday during a which in turn fuels the advertising that gen-
conference in San Jose, California, included erates most of their revenue. Apple, by con-
a new feature that will let people log into trast, makes virtually all its money selling
apps and other services with an Apple ID devices and services, making it easier for
instead of relying on similar sign-in CEO Tim Cook to embrace “privacy is a fun-
options from Facebook and Google — two damental human right” as one of the compa-
companies that mine data to sell advertis- ny’s battle cries in an age of increasingly
ing. Apple said it won’t collect tracking intrusive technology.
information about users from that service. Monday’s software showcase is an annual
As part of that feature, Apple will also let rite that Apple holds for thousands of pro-
users mask their true email addresses when grammers at the end of spring. This year,
signing into apps and services. That will however, Apple is grappling with its
involve faux email address that automatical- biggest challenge since its visionary co-
ly forward to the user’s personal email. founder, Steve Jobs, died nearly eight years
When the next version of the iPhone soft- ago.
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ALL THE RAGE: NDB VOLLEYBALL COACH LEADS ANOTHER CLUB TEAM TO USA JUNIOR NATIONALS >> PAGE 13

<<< Page 12, Blues win Game 4 to


even up Stanley Cup series 2-2
Tuesday • June 4, 2019

Giants draft Serra grad Hunter Bishop in first round Adley Rutschman, a Bonds than just being a left-handed power- Serra who now works as the Director of
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF catcher out of Oregon hitting outfielder. The 20-year-old junior Player Development at University of San
State, tabbed by the graduated from Serra in 2016 after garnering Francisco. “I think it was almost stressed
Get used to the Barry Bonds comparisons as Baltimore Orioles, fol- West Catholic Athletic League Player of the early on at Serra and it was just a matter of
Hunter Bishop comes home to the Bay Area. lowed by 2018 Golden Year honors. He bypassed signing a profes- time where he got a chance to develop the
The San Francisco Giants made Bishop Spikes Award winner sional deal that year after being drafted in skills and the tools. And obviously he’s
the 10th overall pick in the Major League Andrew Vaughn, who was the 24th round by the San Diego Padres. He been able to do that.”
Baseball First-Year Player Draft Monday taken with the third went on to play the next three seasons at Bishop grew into a power hitter through
night, selecting the San Carlos native in overall pick out of Cal Bonds’ alma mater Arizona State. two years at Serra. A transfer from St.
the first round out of Arizona State. Hunter Bishop by the Chicago White “When he came to play for us at Serra, just Francis-Mountain View after his freshman
Bishop was the third player to be selected Sox. the projectable tools, the athleticism,” said
out of the Pac-12 behind first overall pick Bishop has a bit more in common with Craig Gianinno, Bishop’s manager while at See GIANTS, Page 12

Super Regional bound Quakes have


Stanford eliminates
rediscovered
Fresno St. in finale winningform
W
hen the San Jose Earthquakes
of regional playoffs hired Matias Almeyda as the
club’s seventh head coach in
By Rick Eymer five years, there was hope that he was,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS finally the answer as the Quakes have wan-
dered in the MLS desert the last several
STANFORD — Christian Robinson didn’t years. The former Argentine international
mind that his teammate was walked inten- and a coach has a reputation for turning
tionally ahead of him to load the bases. He around teams. However, as he proceeded to
saw it as an opportunity. get off to an 0-4 start during which the
“It’s nice to come through and make them Earthquakes were outscored 14-1, ll I could
regret it,” Robinson said after his two-hit, think was, “Here
four-RBI performance we go again.”
helped Stanford rally to It appeared San
beat Fresno State 9-7 in Jose was, once
the championship game again, on its way
of the Stanford Regional to another playoff-
Monday night. less season —
Maverick Handley hit a something with
pair of home runs and which the organi-
drove in three runs as the zation is familiar,
top-seeded Cardinal (45- having missed the
Maverick 12) won their first region- postseason seven
Handley al in five years. Stanford times in the last
will meet Mississippi State in Starkville in a 10 years.
Super Regional beginning Friday. TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL But starting with
“We pieced it together,” Stanford manager Above: Stanford’s Nickolas Oar rallies the fans a 3-0 win over Portland April 6, the
David Esquer said. “We needed every pitch, at Sunken Diamond during a six-run rally in Quakes have gone 5-2-3 and are regaining
every ounce of energy.” the fifth inning of the Cardinal’s 9-7 win over respect around Major League Soccer. And
Carter Bins and Nate Thimjon each hit a two- Fresno State in the finale of the Stanford they’re doing it with a style not often
run homer for the Bulldogs (40-16-1), who had Regional playoffs Monday night. seen, taking a page from the Golden State
won nine straight before losing twice. Jeff Left: Stanford junior Andrew Daschbach legs Warriors playbook and essentially play-
Jamison also drove in a pair of runs. out a double in the second inning. ing “positionless” soccer.
Both teams repeatedly changed pitchers Below: Stanford senior Brandon Wulff slides That is an over-simplification of
several times in an attempt to keep the game safely into third on a disputed play that went Almeyda’s style and tactics, but it is one
within reach. The Bulldogs started their to prolong a big fifth-inning rally. that is most apt. That’s why you see out-
closer Jamie Arias, making his first appear- side back Nick Lima regularly pushing up
ance of the regional. into the attack, functioning as a wing.
Arias went four-plus innings, allowing That’s why midfielders are pressuring the
four runs on four hits. He walked three and goal with regularity, why the defensive
struck out five. Kevin Larson (2-1) took line is in constant motion, either on the
over with a runner on in the fifth and was attack of dropping back.
greeted with Handley’s second home run, During this run of success, the Earthquakes
tying the score. have outscored their opponents 22-8.

See NCAA, Page 14 See LOUNGE, Page 16

Boogie willing to log big minutes


By Tim Reynolds
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “I know he’s been waiting a long time to be on this stage. Obviously with
his injuries, he’s taken the challenge of inserting himself and making
TORONTO — DeMarcus Cousins that transition smooth. So it’s been fun to watch. More to come.”
says he’s good
with any work- Inside — Steph Curry on the return of DeMarcus Cousins
load the Golden
State Warriors It’s looking like plenty will be needed. ing center is the rest of the way.
task him with The Warriors are banged up, and the Cousins played 28 minutes in Game 2
for the remain- center who has spent most of the last 18 of the NBA Finals, scoring 11 points,
der of the NBA Looney out, Klay in months in that predicament is coming grabbing 10 rebounds, handing out six
Finals. Start, doubt for Game 3 back at the absolutely perfect time for the assists and blocking two shots. With
don’t start. Play See Page 14 two-time defending champions. He’s him on the floor, the Warriors outscored KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS
a few minutes, gone from question-mark to game-chang- the Raptors by 12 points. With him on DeMarcus Cousins passes while under pressure from Toronto
play big minutes. er, a stat-stuffer for the Warriors — who, it guard Fred VanVleet, left, and center Serge Ibaka, right, Sunday
“Whatever’s needed,” Cousins said. seems, now finally know who their start- See DUBS, Page 14 in Game 2 of the NBA Finals at Scotiabank Arena.
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Blues bounce back to tie Stanley Cup series at 2


By Stephen Whyno relentless tonight. We didn’t stop minutes. They have done that now
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for 60 minutes.” Blues 4, Bruins 2 in all four rounds and are 6-0 when
Game 5 is Thursday night in jumping out to a 1-0 lead in a game’s
ST. LOUIS — Just when the St. Boston. first 20 minutes.
Louis Blues had the Boston Bruins This one was a back-and-forth But this victory was all about
on their heels and chasing the game, thriller, with Boston’s Tuukka Rask responding well to yet another
they gave up a goal and the roar and St. Louis’ Jordan Binnington momentum swing that came on spe-
went right out of the building. each giving up tons of rebounds for cial teams: The Blues killed off a
The Blues could have let the tal- frantic scoring chances and scrums. Bruins power play and then hemmed
ented Bruins seize the moment, let Vladimir Tarasenko scored his Boston in its own end for more than
things get away from them on 11th goal of the playoffs, and three minutes. While St. Louis
home ice. Binnington made 21 saves to cycled the puck in the offensive zone
Again. improve to 7-2 in the postseason and changed several forward lines
They didn’t. The team that was after a loss. Even more impressive and defensive pairings, Boston
mired in last place in the NHL in was the rookie’s bounce-back from defenders were gassed and Connor
January, that suffered from missed being pulled in Game 3 for the first Clifton took a penalty for an illegal
calls in the playoffs and slogged time in his NHL career. Rask check to the head of Tarasenko.
through some tough losses instead allowed three goals on 37 shots and Twenty-six seconds into the Blues
showed the resolve of a champi- was on the receiving end of several power play, however, the Bruins
onship contender and is now two Blues onslaughts. inexplicably got numbers on a rush
JEFF CURRY/USA TODAY SPORTS
victories away from lifting the “He spit some rebounds out,” and Carlo scored shorthanded to tie it
Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said of
Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington makes a save as center Tyler Bozak falls again. It was the fourth shorthanded
Stanley Cup. to the ice against the Bruins in Game 4 Monday at Enterprise Center.
Ryan O’Reilly scored the open- Rask. “But I don’t have an issue goal St. Louis has allowed in the
ing goal 43 seconds in and the win- with his rebound control.” uncertain if he’ll be able to play in nant all over the ice. playoffs to only 13 power-play
ner with 9:22 left, and he and the Charlie Coyle scored for the third Game 5 when the Bruins could be Hockey Hall of Famer and Blues goals — but St. Louis didn’t fold.
Blues beat the Blues thrived in a consecutive game, and Brandon without two of their top six defense- alum Brett Hull screamed at the top Another rebound off Rask paved
chaotic Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Carlo had a short-handed goal for men. of his lungs into the microphone to the way for O’Reilly’s go-ahead
Final on Monday night to beat the Boston, but their stars were quiet O’Reilly ended an eight-game pump up the crowd seconds before goal. With St. Louis leading, fans
Bruins 4-2 and tie this bruising again and a big problem may be goal drought by cashing in two puck drop, “Are you ready? Let’s Go could happily sing John Denver’s
series at two games apiece. brewing: Boston captain Zdeno rebounds off Rask for his first multi- Blues!” “Country Roads” at the under 6-
“We knew what we had to do Chara was knocked out of the game goal game since November. After They were ready, all right, and it minute timeout, and Brayden
tonight to be a better team,” coach by a puck to the mouth. Chara was losing 15 of his 23 faceoffs in a started with O’Reilly’s goal that was Schenn sealed it with an empty-net
Craig Berube said. “We were allowed to sit on the bench, but it’s tough Game 3, O’Reilly was domi- the Blues’ sixth in the opening two goal with 1:29 left.

NCAA recommends women’s GIANTS


.748 slugging percentage.
With the investment the Giants
are making in left-handed power
bats under first-year Director of Pro
wrestling as ‘emerging sport’ Continued from page 11 Scouting Zack Minasian, one has to
wonder if the team is indeed com-
mitted to bringing in the notorious-
By Luke Meredith gram, and at least 40 varsity teams aid and other requirements, began year, he went on to hit .411 through
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for NCAA championship consider- in 1994. It has helped several ly pitcher-friendly fences at Oracle
two varsity seasons with the Park.
ation. sports have reached championship Padres. He saw the bulk of his play-
The NCAA committee on The Wrestle Like a Girl organiza- status, including beach volleyball ing time as a senior, hitting .426 In the second round, the Giants
women’s athletics recommended tion and USA Wrestling said there and ice hockey. Equestrian, rugby with three home runs. selected another lefty slugger in
Monday that all three divisions are 23 NCAA schools with and triathlon are all currently com- Louisville junior Logan Wyatt, an
women’s wrestling teams, includ- peting as emerging sports. After his first two seasons with All-Atlantic Coast Conference first
add women’s wrestling as an
ing Texas A&M and Colorado A coalition of wrestling organi- the Sun Devils, Bishop wasn’t baseman in 2018. A career .358 hit-
emerging sport, a key step toward
State. There are 13 other schools zations and the U.S. Olympic exactly in the first-round conversa- ter through three years at
making it a championship-level
planning to add the sport either Committee submitted an applica- tion. He hit a cumulative nine home Louisville, Wyatt hit nine home
sport.
next year or in 2020-21. The tion for emerging sport status in runs through his first two years and runs in each of his last two seasons.
If the recommendation is
National Collegiate Acrobatics 2017. The committee said it settled on a .250 batting average as The draft continues Tuesday with
approved, women’s wrestling as
and Tumbling Association said 29 applauded the continued growth of a sophomore. rounds 3 through 10, with names
well as acrobatics and tumbling
would be added as emerging sports NCAA colleges and universities women’s wrestling, noting the As a junior, though, Bishop blew like Stanford first baseman Andrew
Aug. 1, 2020. sponsor the sport. sport is relatively inexpensive to up, hitting .342 while ranking sec- Daschbach — a graduate of Sacred
A sport must have at least 20 var- The emerging sports program, sponsor and that doing so would ond in the Pac-12 with 22 home Heart Prep — still on the board. The
sity teams and/or competitive club which offers sponsorship options add coaching opportunities for runs and 63 RBIs. He also ranked 40-round draft concludes
teams to be considered for the pro- and helps schools meet financial women. second in the conference with a Wednesday.
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Volleyball all the Rage at NDB called the team’s “last team in 2017, and won
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF chance” to qualify for the their third straight at 17U
elite field of 32 teams at this year.
The volleyballers are Rage-ing at Notre the July nationals. “We call ourselves the
Dame-Belmont High School. That’s just the Agresti said her 17U three-peat,” Sharp said.
way NDB head coach Jennifer Agresti likes it. team has faced approxi- Currently finishing up
Agresti, who also served as a longtime mately half the teams that her junior year at
club coach at Encore Volleyball Club in will play in the Open Burlingame, Sharp said
Redwood City, is now in her second season Division. she plans to return to the
of running her own club program, Rage Jen Agresti “When you get to that Emmy Sharp varsity team next season
Westside Volleyball Club, out of Moore high of level in the coun- after sitting out her sopho-
Pavilion at NDB. try, those matches are very tight matches and more year due to injury. She is looking to con-
After operating with two teams in Rage’s they can go either way,” Agresti said. “We’ve tinue her playing career at the collegiate level
inaugural season in 2018, the club now has been on the lucky side and won 15-13 in the as a beach player, and is committed to the
five teams spanning from 12U to 17U, includ- third set, and we’ve been on the other side process of applying to Stanford University.
VINCENT KESSLER/REUTERS ing a 15U team coached by NDB assistant where we’ve lost in the third set. … Everyone Rage has several committed players,
Amanda Anisimova won her fourth-round Kimmy Washington and a 14U team coached can beat everyone at this level.” Agresti said. Radeff recently verbally com-
match Monday at the French Open. by Burlingame head coach K’Lynn Solt. As is standard for Peninsula club volleyball, mitted to Santa Clara University; Gibbs to
“It’s been such a fantastic road,” Agresti Rage draws from the greater Bay Area, but fea- Dartmouth University; and Maya Tabron

The kid is alright said. “I didn’t foresee myself doing this


because I was happy … and someone said,
why don’t you try to recruit coaches like you
tures an array of San Mateo County talent
—  Sacred Heart Prep’s Elena Radeff, Mercy-
Burlingame’s Alister Borabo, Hillsdale’s
(Gilroy) to University of Colorado. Borabo
— a senior who is still age eligible to play
17U this season — will be relocating to
Anisimova first born in 2000s recruit your team?” Nadia Barcklay, Menlo-Atherton’s Marit play on a full scholarship at Mater Dei
While at Encore, Agresti’s teams were Hoyem and Burlingame’s Emmy Sharp. College in the Philippines.
to reach a Grand Slam quarter perennials at the USA Volleyball Junior Sharp is in her second year at Rage after play- “This area, I think the kids probably just
By Howard Fendrich Nationals — the World Series of club volley- ing for five years at Red Rock Volleyball Club know who I am,” Agresti said, “and when I get
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ball —  including in 2015 when the Encore in Redwood City. When she joined her new club to talking to them and they get in the gym,
16U team took third place in the nation in the in 2018, Radeff and Palo Alto’s Amelia Gibbs it’s over. They want to get to the next level
PARIS — To Amanda Anisimova, it seems elite Open Division. Now, Agresti’s Rage also made the transition with her. and I know how to get them to the next level.”
“like, forever ago” that she was playing in team will take its shot at a national crown, as “It was pretty exciting,” Sharp said. “There Rage Volleyball originated in Ripon, and
the French Open main draw for the first time. the 17U squad opens play in the Open was just a lot of talk about us because we were now has two satellite clubs, including the
For the record: It’s been all of two years. Division at the Junior Nationals July 1 in a new club and everybody was wondering how independently run Rage Westside.
Ah, to be young again. Indianapolis. it was going to turn out.” Other national tournaments Rage Westside
Still only 17, and ranked 51st, the preco- Rage 17U earned a bid to the big dance at The trio got off to a nice start, winning the will be appearing in: the 16U squad is slated for
cious American with the quick-strike the Far Western Qualifier in Reno, Nevada, Cal Kickoff last season in their Rage debut as AAU nationals in Florida starting June 20. The
strokes and self-described “effortless shots” posting an 8-1 record en route to winning part of the 16U team. They had also won the 15U team will be playing in the USA Division
became the first player born in the 2000s to the Open Division bracket in what Agresti tournament while at Red Rock with the 15U at the Junior Nationals in Indianapolis.
reach a Grand Slam quarterfinal, overwhelm-
ing Aliona Bolsova of Spain 6-3, 6-0 at
Roland Garros on Monday and earning the
San Jose State, Hawaii College football
right to face defending champion Simona to play for Tomey Trophy coach. Hawaii hosts San Division I program. He coached at San Jose
Halep next. SAN JOSE — San Jose State and Hawaii will Jose State on Nov. 9 in a State from 2005-09, revitalizing a strug-
Anisimova, born in New Jersey and based play for the Dick Tomey Legacy Trophy in Mountain West contest. gling program. He spent 14 years at
in Florida, is the youngest U.S. player to honor of the former coach who died last month. Tomey spent 10 years Arizona in between those two stops and had
get to the round of eight in Paris since The schools announced plans Monday to as Hawaii’s head coach a 183-145-7 career record.
award the trophy to the winner of the game from 1977-86 and helped Tomey died May 10 at the age of 80 after a
See TENNIS, Page 16 between the two schools where Tomey used to Dick Tomey establish the team as a battle with lung cancer.
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hole in the lineup. on the floor in the postseason for

DUBS Thompson questionable, “I want to be on this stage,”


Cousins said. “This is what I’ve
worked for my entire career, to be
the first time, he ripped the quad
muscle in the first quarter of Game
2 of the opening round.
Continued from page 11 on this stage, to have this oppor- Cousins played eight minutes in

the bench, the Raptors outscored


Looney is out for Game 3 tunity to play for something. But
once they told me I had a chance, a
slight chance, of being able to
Game 1 of the finals, then got 28
big minutes as a starter in Game 2.
Expect another 28 minutes — or
the Warriors by seven. By Janie McCauley with the return
Put simply, he changed the of DeMarcus return, it basically was up to me more — in Game 3.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
game. Cousins from a and the work and the time I put in “We do feel confident that we can
He also might have changed the OAKLAND — Golden State torn left behind the injury. It was up to me. continue to get good minutes from
series, which resumes in Oakland guard Klay Thompson has a mild qua dr i c e p s So I put the work in.” him,” Kerr said. “We’re going to
Wednesday night for Game 3. strain in his left hamstring that muscle. The Warriors aren’t sure yet if need them, obviously, with all
“On our defensive end, making forced him out of Game 2 in the The teams Kevin Durant will be ready to play these injuries.”
his presence felt blocking shots, NBA Finals and he is listed as said both in Game 3. Backup center Kevon That’s just fine with Cousins.
being in the right place at the right questionable for Game 3 against Thompson and Looney has an upper-body injury He’ll be a free agent in a few
the Toronto Raptors on that coach Steve Kerr sounded con- weeks, which doesn’t seem to be
time, it’s a big lift for us,” Warriors Kevon Looney Looney under- cerned about after Game 2. Klay
guard Steph Curry said. “I know Wednesday night. went MRI on his radar whatsoever right now.
he’s been waiting a long time to be In addition, backup big man exams Monday once back in the Thompson, who rarely gets hurt, In a locker room where just about
on this stage. Obviously with his Kevon Looney suffered a non-dis- Bay Area. left Game 2 with a strained ham- everybody has a handful of rings,
injuries, he’s taken the challenge placed cartilage fracture on the Thompson left at the 7:59 string — though told Kerr he will he’s playing for his first piece of
of inserting himself and making right side of his ribcage and will mark of the fourth quarter in play Wednesday. championship jewelry.
that transition smooth. So it’s be out indefinitely. That’s a hit to Sunday night’s 109-104 victory Compared to what Cousins has He’s not 100 percent right now.
been fun to watch. More to come.” the two-time defending champi- that evened the best-of-seven gone through, those are all rela- But if the Warriors need him to
The fact that he’s even on the ons’ depth at center, making the Finals at one game apiece. tively minor deals. play as though he is, Cousins said
floor is a surprise to the Warriors. March signing of Andrew Bogut Looney didn’t play at all in the He ruptured his Achilles in he will.
It remains unclear how much all the more important — along second half. January 2018, missed the rest of “I’ve told you all before I don’t
they really believed their own that season, signed with the take any of this for granted,”
words when they told Cousins that Warriors last summer in a bargain Cousins said. “I’ve seen how quick
he had a chance of coming back round matchup against the Los Good thing. — a six-time All-Star for $5.3 mil- this game can be taken away from
this season from his torn quadri- Angeles Clippers. Now recovered from what basi- lion — and needed until this you. So every chance I get to go
ceps muscle, suffered in the open- All that matters now is that cally was a hole in his leg, January to get back on the floor. out there and play, I’m going to
ing minutes of Game 2 of the first- Cousins believed them. Cousins is more than plugging a And then when he finally got to be leave it on the floor.”

Oscar Carvajal (two strikeouts in two

NCAA innings) gave the Bulldogs a chance to


comeback.
And the crowd goes wild
While Stanford leadoff man Kyle
Stowers stepped to the plate amid the
Continued from page 11 Cody Jensen made his second start Cardinal’s fifth-inning rally, Fresno
of the season for the Cardinal and went State made a pitching change, to which
an inning-plus before handing it off to the crowd at Sunken Diamond went a lit-
Stanford added four more runs, Jacob Palisch (5-2), who gave up three
including Robinson’s two-run double, tle wilder than seemed appropriate.
runs on three hits, walking two and
to go ahead 9-5. striking out four. The reason for the eruption: Just as
“They wouldn’t go away,” Robinson time was called, word spread Stowers had
said. “It was not going to be easy but I Zach Grech got two outs and game just been drafted in the Competitive
think we showed we can be a tough one starter Brendan Beck took the ball Balance B round by the Baltimore
team.” and retired 10 straight, giving him 10 Orioles. While Sullivan was warming up
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Thimjon hit his home run in the bot- scoreless innings for the weekend. for Fresno State, Stowers used the time to
Fresno State senior Nolan Dempsey swings in the second tom of the fifth to close the gap to 9-7. Jack Little struck out the side in the hug it out with each and every Cardinal
inning of Monday’s regional finale at Sunken Diamond. Ryan Sullivan (2 1/3 innings) and ninth for his 12th save. teammate just outside the dugout.
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Commish reiterates desire to shorten NFL preseason
By John Wawrow its opening possession. Responding to Goodell’s comments, Erie
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The change was pushed County Executive Mark Poloncarz issued a
by the Chiefs. Kansas statement revealing the county and team
BATAVIA, N.Y. — Four preseason games City lost last season’s have had preliminary discussions regarding
remain too much for Roger Goodell. AFC championship game the future of the Bills’ home. The county
The NFL Commissioner on Monday reiter- without getting the ball in holds the lease on New Era Field, and also
ated his stance of wanting to reduce the pre- overtime because the New provides the team annual funding for opera-
season schedule at a time the league and play- England Patriots won the tional and capital costs.
ers’ association have begun preliminary talks toss, received the kickoff Though negotiations won’t begin until
on a new collective bargaining agreement. Roger Goodell and scored a touchdown. the feasibility study is completed,
“I feel what we should be doing is always to “If you get the football Poloncarz for the first time didn’t rule out
the highest quality, and I’m not sure preseason to start the overtime period and you drive all construction of a new stadium by writing
games meet that level right now,” Goodell the way down and score a touchdown, most “all options are on the table.”
REUTERS coaches say, ‘Hey, we deserved to lose. We A New York State-funded study in 2014
said, while participating in Pro Football Hall
Caster Semenya won an interim ruling to of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly’s 33rd charity didn’t stop them.’ That’s part of football,” projected the next round of renovations at
allow her to compete without having to take golf tournament outside of Buffalo, New York. he said. New Era Field would cost $540 million,
hormone suppressing medication. “I’m not sure, talking with coaches, that Goodell also reiterated the league’s prefer- including structural improvements and
ence in pushing for the Bills to build a new rebuilding the stadium’s third deck. A new
IAAF ordered by four preseason games is necessary any more
to get ready for a season to evaluate players, stadium to replace their existing facility,
which was built in 1973. He said new stadiums
facility would cost almost double, depend-
ing on location, whether it features a roof,
develop players,” he added. “There are other
court to suspend ways of doing that, and we’ve had a lot of
discussions about that.”
play a key role in ensuring franchise stability
by continuing to attract fans, who expect
and how much infrastructure upgrades —
expanded roads, access ramps, public trans-
testosterone rules The NFL has long backed reducing the pre-
season schedule in exchange for expanding the
more modern amenities due to technological
advancements made over the past two decades.
portation — might be necessary.
The Bills’ study will also consider how
By Gerald Imray regular season to as many as 18 games. Players The Bills are six months into conducting a much public funding might be required.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS have balked at the proposal by citing safety feasibility study on whether to build a new Kelly, who played his 11-year career with
issues and a desire to receive additional com- stadium downtown or remain at their exist- the Bills before retiring after the 1996 sea-
Caster Semenya won an interim ruling in pensation for playing a longer regular season. ing site in Orchard Park, New York. son, expressed a strong preference to have
her battle against the IAAF when the Swiss Without revealing any details, Goodell “I think they’re doing the work and talk- the Bills continue playing in Orchard Park,
supreme court ordered athletics’ governing called it “the best sign” the league and ing about what it takes and what they need even if it means building a new facility
body to suspend its testosterone regulations union have already had discussions some 21 because each one of these, there’s no secret across the street.
Monday, raising the prospect of her compet- months before the CBA expires following sauce,” Goodell said. “I can’t see one downtown. I just think it’s
ing at the world championships without hav- the 2020 season. “What works in Dallas doesn’t work in just too much. But you never know,” Kelly
ing to take hormone suppressing medication. In touching on several other topics, Buffalo necessarily,” he added. “The reason said, noting he lives a five-minute drive
The decision temporarily lifts the con- Goodell said the NFL has scheduled a series of why I’m supportive is I want to make sure from New Era Field. “I love where we’re at. I
tentious rules, at least until the IAAF conference calls with coaches this week to this franchise remains stable here, and con- don’t think we need one right away. But I’m
responds with arguments to the supreme go over a proposal to expand replay reviews tinues and remains competitive. I think it’s not the owner. I’m not the commissioner. I
court, known as the Swiss Federal Tribunal, and allow them to challenge pass-interfer- great for this community.” don’t make those decisions.”
to restore them. The IAAF has until June 25 ence calls in the final two minutes.
to do that. Goodell backed a decision made at the own-
Should the IAAF fail to overturn the rul- ers’ meeting last month to table a proposal
ing, the regulations will remain suspended to change the overtime rule and require each
until Semenya’s full appeal is heard by a team to have one possession regardless of
panel of Swiss federal judges. That could what happens on the opening OT series.
take up to a year or more, meaning the 28- “I don’t know if I’d go for the fair posses-
year-old South African might be cleared to sion,” Goodell said noting he likes “the sud-
den-death nature of the current rule” in which
See IAAF, Page 16 the game ends if a team scores a touchdown on
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three games has, not coinciden- tying and record-setting goals Gerry Fraley, a longtime sports met, the funds will be used for

LOUNGE tally, seen striker Chris


Wondolowski regain his scoring
touch. Needing just two goals to
during a four-goal outburst in a 4-
1 win over Chicago May 18 and
has since added three more goals
writer for the Dallas Morning
News, passed away late last
month following a two-year fight
Sequoia football in general.
As of Monday afternoon, nearly
half the goal of $5,000 has been
Continued from page 11 set a new MLS career goal-scoring in his last two games — includ- with cancer. raised.
record at the beginning of the ing a pair in their first road win What kind of connection does a Funds can either be donated at
season, he started those first four since 2018 when the Quakes beat reporter from Texas have to do GoFundMe.com, or checks can be
“I got tired of seeing anti-soc- losses, with nary a goal. Toronto 2-1 May 26. He had the
cer,” Almeyda told Joel Soria for with Peninsula sports? His sons, mailed to the school. Checks
Not only was he not in the team’s only goal in a 1-1 draw Tyson and Sam Fraley, graduated should be made out to “Sequoia
MLSsoccer.com last month while with D.C. United over the week-
describing how his coaching starting lineup during that first from Sequoia High School in High School” and put “Fraley
win over Portland, he didn’t even end. 2017 and were co-captains for the memorial football donation” on
style has evolved. “For me, the
play. He then came off the bench It’s taken some time for the 2016 Ravens’ football team. the memo line. Checks can be
anti-soccer people wait and allow
in six straight matches and still team to figure out, understand and The Fraley family has set up a sent to:
their team to be carried by indi-
vidual efforts. Our scheme could not find the back of the net. ultimately trust Almeyda’s sys- GoFundMe page to raise funds for Sequoia High School
He was reinserted into the start- tem, but it seems the team has the Sequoia football program. The Treasurer’s office c/o Rob
involves everyone playing and
ing 11 three games ago and seems bought in and are starting to get goal is to raise $5,000 to estab- Poulos
everyone running.”
to have found the fountain of results on the field. lish an annual scholarship for 1201 Brewster Av e., Redwood
San Jose’s 1-1-1 mark the last youth. He finally got the career- *** senior players. If that goal isn’t City, CA, 94062.

who dispatched another teenager, she went on to say. “They’re Open champion Sloane Stephens Djokovic vs. No. 5 Alexander

TENNIS Iga Swiatek of Poland, by a 6-1, 6-


0 score Monday.
When someone asked about
young. They have nothing to lose.
So every match is tough.”
Halep is one of only two women
meets No. 26 Johanna Konta of
Britain, and No. 31 Petra Martic of
Croatia faces 19-year-old Marketa
Zverev, and No. 4 Dominic Thiem
vs. No. 10 Karen Khachanov on
Wednesday.
Continued from page 13 going from an 18-year-old oppo- left in the draw who already own a Vondrousova of the Czech
Stephens, the runner-up to Halep
nent in Swiatek to Anisimova, major title. The other quarterfinal Republic.
in Paris a year ago, joins Keys and
Jennifer Capriati in 1993, the Halep’s initial reply was: “I feel matchup on her half is No. 8 Ash In the men’s quarterfinals, it’ll be Anisimova to give the United
youngest from any country since old.” Barty of Australia against No. 14 No. 3 Roger Federer vs. No. 24 States a trio of French Open quarter-
2006. “To play against someone 10 Madison Keys of the U.S. Stan Wawrinka, and No. 2 Rafael finalists for the first time since
Now she will take on the 27- years younger than me, that’s not In Tuesday’s quarterfinals on the Nadal vs. No. 7 Kei Nishikori on Capriati and the two Williams sis-
year-old Halep, the No. 3 seed, easy. But I feel stronger on court,” other half of the bracket, 2017 U.S. Tuesday, followed by No. 1 Novak ters made it that far in 2004.

allowed to run in any top-level The regulations apply only to

IAAF 800-meter race unless she medical-


ly reduced her elevated testosterone
levels before Monday’s decision.
some races, from 400 meters to
one mile. Semenya is the reigning
Olympic champion and a three-
Continued from page 15 Dorothee Schramm, the Swiss- time world champion in the 800.
based lawyer leading Semenya’s She also has a world champi-
appeal, said the supreme court onships bronze medal in the
run unrestricted in her favored 1, 500 meters, which the IAAF
event in remaining Diamond “has granted welcome temporary
protection to Caster Semenya.” also made a restricted race.
League meetings and the worlds in
Doha, Qatar, in September and “This is an important case that Semenya has battled track
October. will have fundamental implica- authorities for the right to run in
The supreme court appeal is the tions for the human rights of what she describes as her natural
second time the two-time Olympic female athletes,” Schramm said. form for a decade, ever since she
800-meter champion has chal- The ruling has implications for was subjected to gender verifica-
lenged the IAAF rules. Semenya other athletes, too. Francine tion tests by the IAAF at the age of
lost her case against the IAAF at Niyonsaba of Burundi and 18 when she won her first world
the Court of Arbitration for Sport Margaret Wambui of Kenya, both title in 2009.
on May 1 and the rules came into Olympic medalists in the 800, The dispute is viewed as one of
effect on May 8. have said they are also affected by the most controversial and com-
They meant that Semenya wasn’t the rules. plex to face sport.
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said she hoped the committee could build on challenges at home.

FUTURE
Continued from page 1
those efforts by taking a step back and
looking at the bigger picture. In consider-
ing questions such as what a juvenile justice
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“I think there’s always this kind of this
question of ‘what if’ and I think oftentimes
it’s framed like … ‘what about the ones who
system built from scratch could look like are a harm to society?’” he said. “It’s a very
and the consequences of proposed changes, small percentage of folks who are actually
focus on exploring alternatives to youth the committee could inform a model for an “I think certainly having a broader con- committing these crimes.”
incarceration. improved juvenile justice system at a time versation is really important,” he said. “I
Recognizing the complexity of the juve- when other counties across the state are just want to caution us not to make any Open discussion
nile justice system and the many stakehold- adjusting to a declining juvenile hall popu- knee-jerk decisions based on information
ers involved in it — including the San that may not be complete.” In response to suggestions that shutting
lation.
Mateo County Probation Department, Child Keene also noted the recommendation facilities down could lower the costs of the
“It’s a complicated and complex system, county’s juvenile justice system, Keene said
Protective Services and police departments, which is why we’re not proposing any one comes nearly a decade after the Probation
among agencies and organizations — the Department began making a concerted effort he felt hiring staff with the skills to usher in
type of solution,” she said. “We don’t have rehabilitative programming could more
commission is hoping include those stake- the answers, we do have the questions and to consider alternatives to youth detention.
holders in the conversation to help them He said diversion programs which offer a effectively curb costs. Because facilities’
we do have an opportunity.” uses could be restricted by state or federal
understand what the needs of the youth in range of personalized treatments for at-risk
the juvenile justice system are and how they youth and the development of the Phoenix regulations, Keene noted repurposing them
can be best addressed, she said.
‘A broader conversation’ Re-entry Program — aimed at helping youth can be challenging and said his focus would
“We just wanted to make sure that we as a For his part, Chief Probation Officer John form goals and a plan to transition back be on building on the level of collaboration
county were taking the opportunity to lead Keene welcomed a conversation on deten- into their communities — are among the between professionals serving youth in
in this discussion,” she said. “We’d like to tion alternatives involving a variety of efforts his department has taken on in these facilities.
understand how juvenile hall could adapt to stakeholders in the juvenile justice system. recent years and that he believes have con- Gustafson also commended the Probation
be less of an incarceration vehicle and more But Keene also viewed the array of state and tributed to the drop in the county’s incarcer- Department’s efforts to take steps toward
of a rehabilitative vehicle.” federal guidelines dictating how juvenile ated youth population. rehabilitative programs, noting the com-
detention facilities are used to be among the Though the county’s juvenile hall facility mission opted against recommending a clo-
Exploratory committee parameters of the discussion the committee can hold up to 180 youth, Keene said there sure of juvenile hall to ensure the conversa-
would have to contend with, noting the are some 50 in the facility currently, many tion includes as many perspectives as pos-
Having volunteered as a mediator and
county is legally required maintain a facili- of whom are associated with high-level sible, and especially those of the depart-
restorative practitioner at juvenile hall,
ty where youth who commit felony-level felony offenses. ment’s staff who work closely with the
Sonoo Thadaney, co-vice chair of the com-
offenses are detained. Having spent some 2 1/2 years in some county’s incarcerated youth.
mission, said she was disheartened by the
lack of measures aimed at preventing youth In addition to considering the set of legal form of juvenile incarceration as a teen, She said she hoped the effort would open a
from being incarcerated and the role privi- requirements placed upon these facilities, Casillas, who joined the commission in discussion on how to balance what’s needed
lege plays in youth outcomes at juvenile an exploratory committee should also care- 2018, said he hoped the committee could from a safety perspective as well as emerg-
hall. Together with Commissioner Daniel fully consider research examining what’s help foster a conversation around what ing research and experience showing incar-
Casillas, Thadaney authored the letter rec- happening in the juvenile justice systems measures work best for ensuring at-risk ceration may not be the answer for many
ommending the formation of an explorato- in other jurisdictions, especially those in teens can re-engage with their communi- youth.
ry committee in the hopes officials could other states, said Keene. Given the com- ties. Instead of allowing those who have “Having a juvenile hall that’s built to
study more updated research on how incar- plexity of the system and the many stake- committed serious, violent crimes define house 180 youth in a time when we’re see-
ceration affects youth and the role preventa- holders involved in delivering programs to the practices used in the juvenile justice ing falling numbers, I think needs to spur a
tive measures can play in their futures. incarcerated youth, Keene emphasized the system, Casillas hoped further discussion discussion about how we can change the
Thadaney commended the Probation importance of drawing from the same sets of could shed light on what works for youth model and how we can help youth stay in the
Department’s efforts to prevent youth from California-specific facts to make informed facing a different set of circumstances, community rather than be isolated from it
entering or returning to juvenile hall, and decisions on what specifically makes sense whether that includes substance abuse or [while] still protecting the youth and com-
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bicycle races such as the Burlingame bikes, good times and celebratory ice

TUESDAY, JUNE 4
Calendar
2-5 years old. Free. For more informa-
RIDE
Continued from page 1
Criterium, which used to be linked with
Ryan’s Ride and is now on hiatus.
“Everyone remembers the first time
cream once the ride is finished.
He said no grand finale is necessary,
as the event on its own merits has
Dating and Relationships tion call 829-3860.
they rode a bike. It’s that magical served as mechanism for improving the
Presented by Planned moment when the kids are off and able community and healing a family.
Parenthood. 6 p.m. South San British Mah Jong. 1:15 p.m. to 3 p.m. Death in Childhood, which came in the to spend time with the family. That is “It was something that gave us hope,
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 wake of John Phua’s recovery from can- something that is cherished,” he said.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. love and gratefulness,” he said.
Free. For more information call 829- Join an experienced instructor for an cer. The non-competitive, free bike ride But after years of organizing spon- Registration will remain open for the
3860. introduction to the game of for children regularly features hundreds sors, volunteers and riders combined event through Thursday, June 6. Check-
Mahjong using British Mah Jong of participants across a variety of age with Matthew Phua’s departure to attend in for will begin at 9 a.m. Sunday, June
Lawyers in the library. 7 p.m. to 9 Association rules. Free. For more
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda information call 522-7490. groups. college, John Phua said the time has 9, and the ride will start at 10:30 a.m.,
de las Pulgas, Belmont. The first But after 16 years, Ryan’s father John come to put the brakes on the ride. in front of the Burlingame Library.
Tuesday of each month the Belmont Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San
library, in partnership with the San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Phua said the final Ryan’s Ride will be “We just felt, as a family, it is just Registration is free and awards are
Mateo County Bar Association, holds Orange Ave., South San Francisco. held Sunday, June 9, in Burlingame, time to move on,” he said. “It is moving offered to the most generous sponsors,
free legal clinics. Participants have a Identify minerals, surf Google Earth, marking the end of the road for a cele-
twenty minute free consultation find Sandy Land, consider conserva- forward.” while donations are also accepted.
with an attorney. Free. To register and tion and more. Free. For more infor- bration of life borne out of tragedy. Burlingame Mayor Donna Colson, Though the ride is nearing its last
for more information call 591-8286. mation call 829-3860. “It is bittersweet, because something who will serve as the ceremonial ride stop, John Phua expressed some opti-
Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San CuriOdyssey ’s Summer Music like this is an honor and memory to starter, expressed her admiration for the mism that another group may take it by
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Festival. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. your child but it’s a celebration of life,” event’s legacy in a prepared statement. the handlebars and establish momentum
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. CuriOdyssey, 1651 Coyote Point said John Phua, who organizes the event for another generation of families.
Identify minerals, surf Google Earth, Drive, San Mateo. Dance to the “It has been a joyful 16-year ride for
find Sandy Land, consider conserva- rhythms of New Orleans with with his wife Michele and Ryan’s twin Burlingame to host Ryan’s Ride, cele- “Maybe someone else will be able to
tion and more. Free. For more infor- Medicine Ball Music. Hot dinner avail- Matthew. “As a family, grief takes all brate his life and support two vitally pick it up and carry it forward for their
mation call 829-3860. able for purchase while kids play
with hands-on science exhibits. Cost forms in its journey. It never leaves you. important community causes,” she said. community,” he said, sharing his fami-
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 included with admission. For more You just learn to celebrate the aspect of There will be no pomp and circum- ly’s hope that the future always include
Computer Class: Ancestry.com information call 342-7755. your loved one who has passed away.” stance noting the end of the event, said more bikes.
Library Edition. 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de The 39th Annual Nativity Carnival. John Phua said the event was initially John Phua, who hopes the final Ryan’s
las Pulgas, Belmont. Learn about how 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Nativity School, inspired by the good times shared Ride will be known for what made the Visit ryansride.org to find more infor-
to investigate your ancestry. For 1250 Laurel St., Menlo Park. Food
more information call 591-8286. court, games, raffle drawings, music, among his family when he would ride in event special over the years — families, mation.
carnival rides and tiki bar. Free. For
Sons in Retirement June Lunch. more information call 323-7914.
dards for live/work units and allow mum height standards for standalone
11:45 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. South San
Francisco Elk’s Lodge, 920 Stonegate
Drive, South San Francisco. $19.
Active senior men’s group lunch has
a talk by Rosemary Robles, DMV
Centennial Tribute Concert to Nat
K ing Cole presented
Burlingame Library Foundation. 6
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Jazz musician
by
ZONING
Continued from page 1
standalone residential, including
multi-family units. 
“Given the proximity of the MULW
commercial, which are three stories or
40 feet, while lowering the floor area
ratio from 2.0 to 1.5 to be more in line
Senior Ombudsmen. For more infor- Freddy Cole will honor his late broth- zoning district to transit corridors, this with other mixed-use districts.
mation call 878-5746. er, Nat King Cole, with a Centennial
Concert commemorating his 100th zoning designation would make a good The proposed amendments also
Mystery Book Club. Noon. South birthday. Burlingame Library, 480 The mixed-use live/work zoning dis- location for multi-family housing, include a community benefits program
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Primrose Road, Burlingame. Cost is trict encompasses a total of 37.2 acres including affordable housing,” accord- similar to what is currently offered in
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. $35-$95. For more information call
Read any title that fits the monthly 348-1555. near corridors such as El Camino Real, ing to the report. other mixed-use districts. Developers
theme and share with the group. Woodside Road, Arguello Street, Standalone residential would have would be granted increased height or
Free. For more information call 829- Burlingame Renter Meetup Party. Winslow Street and Rolison Road. The
3860. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. II Piccolo Caffe, the same maximum height as commer- density of no more than 40 dwelling
1219 Broadway, Burlingame. Come district was created in 2013 with the cial development, which is three sto- units per acre and a 2.0 FAR in
Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San mingle and munch with other goal of producing a creative mix of ries and 40 feet, and the same density as exchange for community benefits,
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. renters and learn about state and
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. local efforts to achieve renter protec- homes and low intensity workplaces, is currently allowed, which is 20 which include affordable housing, pub-
Identify minerals, surf Google Earth, tions and affordable housing. Free. but the city has experienced very little dwelling units per acre, according to licly accessible open space, child care
find Sandy Land, consider conserva- For more information call 430-2073. activity in MULW zoning areas since the report. or shared parking, to name a few exam-
tion and more. Free. For more infor- then, according to the report. There
mation call 829-3860. SATURDAY, JUNE 8 Mixed-use developments would see ples.
San Mateo Japanese American have been affordable and market-rate an increased height limit of one story Single-use buildings without com-
LGBTQ Book Club. 4:30 p.m. to 6 Community Center Park ing Lot housing developments proposed in the
Sale. 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. San Mateo of 10 feet, bringing the maximum to munity benefits would be limited to
p.m. San Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S.
El Camino Real, San Mateo. All are Japanese American Community district, but developers have said they four stories or 50 feet, which is similar three stories and a maximum height of
welcome. For more information call Center, 503 E. Fifth Ave., San Mateo. were not financially possible under the to other mixed-use zoning districts, 40 feet while mixed-use proposals with
591-0133. Items for sale will include clothing, existing zoning, according to the
household goods and plants. For according to the report. The current community benefits could be as tall as
A Conversation with State Senate more information call 343-2793. report. 2,500-square-foot maximum for retail five stories or 60 feet. 
Candidates Sally Lieber (SD-13)
Writers Group. 10:30 a.m. South San
The only housing currently allowed would also be eliminated if the pro- The amendments would also change
and Ann Ravel (SD-15) at a San
Mateo County Democracy for Francisco Main Library, 840 W. in the MULW zoning district are posed amendments are adopted. Retail the name of the zoning district to
America Meeting. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. live/work units, which are both a home proposals under 5,000 square feet mixed-use-transitional.  
Woodside Road United Methodist Free. For more information call 829-
3860. and work space occupied by the same would be allowed and ones above that
Church, 2000 Woodside Road,
Redwood City. Meet two remarkable resident. The proposed changes to the threshold would need a use permit under The Planning Commission will meet
women running for the California The 39th Annual Nativity Carnival. MULW zoning district would eliminate the proposed rules.  at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, at City Hall,
Senate. Free. For more information Noon to 11 p.m. Nativity School, 1250
call 573-7544. Laurel St., Menlo Park. Food court, some of the strict development stan- The proposal would maintain maxi- located at 1017 Middlefield Road.
games, raffle drawings, music, carni-
THURSDAY, JUNE 6 val rides and tiki bar. Free. For more
ing news articles, photos and letters. who lost three friends in the Vietnam

HISTORY
Mid Peninsula V illage— information call 323-7914.
Redefining Aging. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mallory’s committee might look to fighting.
San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Slime! 1 p.m. South San Francisco
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., Redwood City as a template for honor- The Sequoia monument inspired
Mid Peninsula Village is a nonprofit South San Francisco. Through the use ing those who were killed in action.
organization fueled by volunteers. of the scientific method, test, observe Continued from page 3 Christian Clifford, a teacher at Serra
They provide social events, access to and record findings to better under- That city has three monuments in front High School in San Mateo, to gather
services and help members rediscov- stand what it takes to make the per- of City Hall that honor the dead of the names of Serra grads who served in
er passions and hobbies that may fect slime. Free. For more information feature of the weekend party, which World War II, the Korean War and the military (Full disclosure: He is the
have become dormant. Free. For call 829-3860.
more information call 522-7490.
was dubbed “Vietnam Veterans Vietnam. Sequoia High School has an writer’s son). The names are on a
Catsino Night to Benefit Nine Lives Recognition Days.” impressive monument that lists the plaque on the school’s Wall of Honor.
Kids’ Upcycle Style: T-Shirt Totes. 1 Foundation. 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
p.m. South San Francisco Main Veterans Memorial Senior Center, In 1991, San Mateo renewed its names of those killed in war. More Clifford, who served in the sub-
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City. adoption of the Screaming Eagles than 700 people attended the 2005 ded- marines, said he wanted to pay respect
San Francisco. Bring outgrown T- $125. Ticket includes barbecue din-
shirts to the library and transform it ner, two drink tickets and $50 in when the division was sent to fight in ication of the monument that measures to the men’s “faith, wisdom and serv-
into a summer tote bag. Free. For game chips. For more information Desert Storm and in 2001 it reaffirmed 6 feet tall by 54 inches wide. The mon- ice.” The names include his three
more information call 829-3860 call 368-1365. its tie. The San Mateo Library has a ument became reality largely through brothers who served in the Marine
Sof t Sk ills: Passion Pitch, Morris Day and the Time. 7:30 p.m. display about the special bond, includ- the efforts of Dee Eva, class of 1961, Corps.
Communication and B ody to 9 p.m. San Mateo County Event
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TERMS & CONDITIONS Sr. Revenue Recognition Analyst: Ana- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
SALES/MARKETING
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- lyze & research revenue acctg matters. STATEMENT #28121
fieds will not be responsible for more
CAREGIvERS NEWSPAPER INTERNS INTERNSHIPS
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking
Provide accurate & comprehensive The following person is doing business
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- docmtn of issues identified & conclu- as: SPECIFYIT, 642 Joanne Drive, SAN
bility shall be limited to the price of one JOURNALISM for ambitious interns who are eager to sions. Req. MS in Acctg, Tax, Stats, Fin MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner:
The Daily Journal is looking for in- jump into the business arena with both or rel + 2 yrs exp in revenue accounting. Donald Pitts, same address. The busi-
insertion. No allowance will be made for
errors not materially affecting the value 2 years experience terns to do entry level reporting, re- feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs U.S. CPA license required. Job Code: ness is conducted by an Individual. The
of the newspaper and media industries.
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis-
required. search, updates of our ongoing fea-
tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
This position will provide valuable
ATC520. To apply email resume to:
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registrants commenced to transact busi-
ness under their FBN on 04/30/2019.
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate experience for your bright future. and refer to Job Code: ATC520.
so welcome. Email resume /s/Donald Pitts/
Card. This statement was filed with the Asses-
Immediate placement We expect a commitment of four to
info@smdailyjournal.com
sor-County Clerk on 5/9/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
105 Education/Instruction on all assignments. eight hours a week for at least four
TECHNOLOGY/ACCOUNTING 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19).
months. The internship is unpaid, but 127 Elderly Care
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Sr. Insurance Applications Consultant:
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St. #2, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis-
Thrive at: are encouraged to apply. Newspaper fo Sys or rel & 2 yrs exp in full-cycle en- twice-a-week resource guide for tered Owner: Janet Cecchi-Acosta, same
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65-acre private property in your interest in newspapers, a resume lyze business objctvs & idntfy reqs to find information on family This statement was filed with the Asses-
Woodside is looking for one per- and three recent clips. Before you ap- configure enterprise insurance SW apps. resources in the local area, sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2019. (Publish-
110 Employment son for grounds maintenance ply, you should familiarize yourself Req: MS in CS or rel & 2 yrs exp dsgning including childcare. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
and events setups. with our publication. Our Web site: solutions & apps for cmplx bus reqs and 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19, 6/11/19).
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trants commenced to transact business
under their FBN on N/A.
/s/Christopher Garrett/
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FiCTiTiouS buSinESS nAME oRdER To Show CAuSE FoR STATEMEnT oF AbAndonMEnT oF
STATEMEnT #281259 ChAngE oF nAME ThE uSE oF A FiCTiTiouS buSinESS
The following person is doing business CASE# 19C1V02549 nAME STATEMEnT M-261124
as: Land Escapes, 1080 Varian Street, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, doning the use of the Fictitious Business
Owners: Richard Nolan, 2075 Bel Air 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Name: Kenny Wong. Name of Business:
Ave., San Jose, CA 95128 and Frank Chan Wei Bistro. Date of original filing:
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 06/09/2014. Address of Principal Place
Manocchio, 17090 Viewcrest Ln., Mor- PETITION OF
gan Hill, CA 95037. The business is con- of Business: 152 South Blvd, San Ma-
Denise Muoi Yang teo, CA 94402. Registrants: Kenny
ducted by a General Partnership. The
registrants commenced to transact busi- Wong and Nancy L. Wong, 33 MAY-
ness under their FBN on Aug 1984. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: NARD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
/s/Richard Nolan/ Petitioners:Denise Muoi Yang filed a pe- 94112. The business was conducted by
This statement was filed with the Asses- tition with this court for a decree chang- a Married Couplle.
sor-County Clerk on 5/14/2019. (Publish- ing name as follows: /s/Kenny Wong/
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, This statement was filed with the Asses-
5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19, 6/11/19). Present name:Denise Muoi Yang sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
Proposed Name: Denise Quan Yang County on 5/30/19.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons nal, 6/4/19, 6/11/19, 6/18/19, 6/25/19).
FiCTiTiouS buSinESS nAME
STATEMEnT #281064 interested in this matter shall appear be-
The following person is doing business fore this court at the hearing indicated over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
as: Hair Force Stylist, 6817-A Mission below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
Street, DALY CITY, CA 94014. Regis- tition for change of name should not be 295 Art
tered Owners: Joel C. Jardinero and Jen- granted. Any person objecting to the
nie June L. Tuazon, 44 Ridgefield Ave., name changes described above must file oil pAinTing-CAnVASS, Victorian
Daly City, CA 94015. The business is Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
a written objection that includes the rea- OBO (650)515-6091
conducted by Copartners. The regis- sons for the objection at least two court
trants commenced to transact business days before the matter is scheduled to
under their FBN on 04/20/2019. be heard and must appear at the hearing 296 Appliances
/s/Joel C. Jardinero/
This statement was filed with the Asses- to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is AiR CondiTionER 10000 BTU w/re-
sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, timely filed, the court may grant the peti- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19, 6/11/19). tion without a hearing. A hearing on the 0898
petition shall be held on 6/25/19 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, FREE wAShER and 220v dryer, both
FiCTiTiouS buSinESS nAME Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
STATEMEnT #281383 Order to Show Cause shall be published move, stairs.
The following person is doing business at least once each week for four succes-
as: 1)Rose Amor 2)Rose Amor Care sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- glASS-pAnEl lAMpShAdE. Similar
Home 3)Rose Amor Carehome, 648 Joa- ing on the petition in the following news- to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
quin Dr., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA paper of general circulation: ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
94080. Registered Owner: Jonrhain
Management LLC, CA. The business is
San Mateo Daily Journal $75 (650)727-7266 298 Collectibles 300 Toys 304 Furniture
conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- Filed: 5/14/2019
/s/Judge of the Superior Court/ hoTpoinT hEAVy Duty Dryer excellent Cool hoT Rod Print "Eddies Market" JuMp And Play Keyboard brand new, in CoMpuTER dESK (glass) & chair. Like
ny. The registrants commenced to trans- working condition Burlingame $50 Call
act business under their FBN on 5-9- Dated: 5/10/2019 Perfect for Garage,Size Medium,Perfect original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
(Published 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19, Dan (408)656-0958 condition $25. (510)684-0187 gtecher@comcast.net
2019.
/s/Jonathan Epstein/ 6/11/19). STAR wARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader
MAyTAg wAShER excellent working $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
This statement was filed with the Asses- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan dEpRESSion glASS Dining Plate. 8 CoMpuTER dESK with 3 side drawers .
sor-County Clerk on 5/28/2019. (Publish- (408)656-0958 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, $12 (650)762-6048 302 Antiques for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or
6/4/19, 6/11/19, 6/18/19, 6/25/19). MFg h20lAbS Model 300 exc cond leave message
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. dinAh wAShingTon, Autographed bEER STEinS-oRiginAl from Germa-
oRdER To Show CAuSE FoR 8”x10” glossy photo. Good condition CouChES bEd tables TV clothes etc
ChAngE oF nAME ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
FiCTiTiouS buSinESS nAME nEw, SingER Sewing Machine Univer- $1200 OBO (650)342-3825 (650)592-7483 appt only Leave MSG (650)388-2445
CASE# 19C1V02552 sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
STATEMEnT #281347 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, dESK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
The following person is doing business chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 gAMES oF the 23rd Olympiad maga-
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- (650)458-3578
as: YARA Trading, 1409 Beacon Ave, MAhogAny AnTiquE Secretary desk,
SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, TiFFAny STylE Lamp shade. Older- 0842
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
Owner: Emad Alshaer, same address. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
PETITION OF 727-7266. lEnnox REd Rose, Unused, hand dining RooM TAblE And Six
The business is conducted by an Individ- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, ChAiRS -Antique, Mahogany Chippen-
ual. The registrants commenced to Sai Htun Sar RoSEVillE Tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900. dale Chairs- $3000 (650)888-2662
VACuuM ClEAnER (reconditioned) $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
transact business under their FBN on 5- $45. (650)574-2490.
23-2019. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
old, AnTiquE, Bottle Collection: 20
/s/Emad Alshaer/ Petitioners: Sai Htun Sar filed a petition bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 303 Electronics dining RooM Table-Antique,Oak,
This statement was filed with the Asses- with this court for a decree changing 297 bicycles 5chairs, w/ extension $200
sor-County Clerk on 5/23/2019. (Publish- name as follows: onE CollECTion of antique Cuban FREE TElEViSion - Mitsubishi, (650)290-3188
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, AdulT biKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
6/4/19, 6/11/19, 6/18/19, 6/25/19). Present name: Sai Htun Sar loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 Texting. Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local
Delivery available. dining TAblE (36"x54") and 4 match-
Proposed Name: LJ Donte Lee Child’S SChwinn biCyClE, bluE in pATRiCK nAgEl Print "Gallery in the ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
FiCTiTiouS buSinESS nAME good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. Courtyard ' # 7, Custom Framed , $100 $250 .(650)-654-1930.
STATEMEnT #281293 .(510)684-0187 onKyo AV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
The following person is doing business THE COURT ORDERS that all persons MounTAin biKE new 21 gears $100. Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
interested in this matter shall appear be- dining TAblE - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
as: Total Cleaning Services, 226 Lincoln (650)722-3634 SMAll Rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
Ave. #5, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. fore this court at the hearing indicated 4162 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
Registered Owners: Jose Manuel Valve- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- phillipS-50” ColoR T.V., Heavy, $99
rde Hernandez, 450 Dumbarton Ave., tition for change of name should not be 298 Collectibles ToppS bASEbAll complete set 1987 (650)591-8062 dining TAblE. 72" by 42". With leaf
Redwood City, CA 94063 and Rocio granted. Any person objecting to the thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389
1984 TiME magazine. Special 1994
Guillen, 226 Lincoln Ave. #5, Redwood name changes described above must file
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
4474 304 Furniture
City, CA 94061. The business is con- a written objection that includes the rea- dRESSER-AnTiquE VAniTy Combo, 3
ducted by Copartners. The registrants (650)588-0842 Two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400
sons for the objection at least two court AnTiquE dining table for six people
commenced to transact business under days before the matter is scheduled to ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 (650)290-3188
their FBN on N/A. be heard and must appear at the hearing 49’ER 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie both. Steve (650)518-6614
/s/Jose Manuel Valverde Hernandez/ to show cause why the petition should deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. AnTiquE MohAgAny Bookcase. Four EngliSh dRAw Table, $50 Solid Wood
This statement was filed with the Asses- $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 VinTAgE STEMwARE: 3 styles, 23 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves,
not be granted. If no written objection is pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 call(650)697-3709
sor-County Clerk on 5/17/2019. (Publish- timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, AppRox. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer bEdSTEAd SinglE, poster style, box
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the EThAn AllEn sofa and love seat. Blue
6/4/19, 6/11/19, 6/18/19, 6/25/19).
petition shall be held on 6/26/19 at 9
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207-
4162
299 Computers spring, mattress available. $40.00.
velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, (650)593-7408
or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this 19" ColoR Monitor with stand VG con-
FiCTiTiouS buSinESS nAME bASEbAll hAT And beanie collection bEigE SoFA $99. Excellent Condition stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
dition power cord/owners manual includ-
STATEMEnT #281367 Order to Show Cause shall be published sold as set hundreds 1K Leave MSG ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 (650) 315-2319
The following person is doing business at least once each week for four succes- (650)388-2445 glidER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
as: CT Accounting Services, 300 Borel sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- bunK bEdS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
RECoRdAblE Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop-
Avenue, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Reg- ing on the petition in the following news- ClASSiC lAMboRghini Countach ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
Print ,Perfect for Garage,Framed Size iKEA dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
istered Owners: Enny Gani and Conor paper of general circulation: (650) 578 9208 B/O (650)685-2494 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
Tierney, same address. The business is San Mateo Daily Journal Medium ,Good Condition $25. (510)684-
conducted by a Married Couple. The Filed: 5/14/2019 0187 ChinA CAbinET Wallet, $20. Call iKEA TAblE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
registrants commenced to transact busi- /s/Judge of the Superior Court/ 300 Toys (650)589-1407 $ 30. (650)598-9804.
ness under their FBN on 05/24/2019. Dated: 5/10/2019 CollECTAblE CAbbAgE Patch Kids
/s/Enny Gani/ (Published 5/21/19, 5/28/19, 6/4/19, Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New 14-1000-pCS puzzlES $3.00 ea. ChoColATE bRown living room chair MAhogAny TV Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
This statement was filed with the Asses- 6/11/19). Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 (650)207-4162 with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
sor-County Clerk on 5/24/2019. (Publish- (650) 572-8895 Call 650-872-2371. 3709
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
6/4/19, 6/11/19, 6/18/19, 6/25/19). MillER liTE Neon sign , work good AMERiCAn FlyER locomotive runs CoMpuTER SwiVEl CHAIR. Padded MATTRESS, Twin long, excellent condi-
$59 call (650)218-6528 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 tion, $25, (650) 552-9556
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304 Furniture 304 Furniture 310 misc. For sale 310 misc. For sale 312 pets & animals 318 sports equipment
NeW deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- WalNuT chesT, small (4 drawer with bessy small Evening Hand Bag With Old b&l Microscope in good condition; ONe keNNel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- guThy-reNker pOWer Rider,Ever-
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
Sell! (650) 875-8159. (650)593-2066 erciser $20 (510)770-1976
WhiTe Wicker Armoire, asking $100, biFOld shuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00 ray-baN TOp Bar Sunglasses
Niagara vibraTiNg Adjustable bed great condition, text for picture (650)571- (650)544-5306 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- parrOT cage, Steel, Large - approx kNee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan 0947 wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
(408)656-0958 blue OysTer cult lp signed by donald weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- offer. (650)245-4084 meN's rOssigNOl Skis. $95.00,
WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash 6596 good condition, (650)341-0282.
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 (408)661-6019
queeN sOFa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?),
rOllerblades, used, size 10. $20 316 clothes ONe dOzeN Official League Diamond
Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, cash regisTer Parts; Much Skin Not Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
call (650)697-3709 306 housewares Guts $500 (415)269-4784
obo. Please call (650)745-6309
bOOTs -lugz Orange County Chopper (650)771-6324.
. samsONiTe 26" tan hard-sided suit Edition Motorcycle Brand New size 10
budWeiser sTeiN $10 (650)589-5065 chrOme baThrOOm standard center Black $60 . (510)684-0187 TOTal gym XLS, excellent condition.
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
reTrO huTch Needs refinishing other- set faucet complete and ready to install, $45. (650)328-6709 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
wise good condition. Top detaches from crysTal WiNe glasses new (12ea) $5, (650)595-3933 (650)588-0828
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648 brOWN sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
bottom $25. (650)712-9962 silk saree 6 yards new nice color.for new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
cOscO play Pen with travel bag. Used $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- viNTage Nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
germaN sTeiN $10 (650)589-5065 ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
sOFa-beige Fabric, Orig. $900, once $35 (650)591-2981 formation. FaNcy high heel shoes, never worn
Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 mikasa seT. White. Modern (square) size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
(650)234-8218 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. cuT glass serving bowl 8" diameter siNk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
$25. Call 650-921-4016 $15.00 (650)544-5306 WOrkOuT beNch, weights, bars, for
sOlid WOOd Dining table with exten- NeW "bella" buffet triple slow cooker Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
sion great piece great condition black and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- deluxe FOlder Walker - 5" wheels - slr leNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 color in excellent condition 3/4 (650)861-2411
$80 (650)364-5263 2648 Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 length $50 (650)692-8012
yamaha rOOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
siNk dOuble cast iron. Good condi- display case, glass top. 27”x20”x2” Tires-seT OF four P225 45 R18 $80 kayaNO meN’s Running shoes size 11 (650)458-3255
sOlid WOOd Entertainment Center- Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842.
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 OBO (650)359-2238. good condition $20 (650)520-7045
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. drive 3-Wheel buggy $45. Call TuNTuri rOWiNg Machine, Good kNee-high black women's boots,
340 camera & photo equip.
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o 307 jewelry & clothing (650)589-1407 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
(925)482-5742 $40.00. Call (650)872-2371 NikON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
aNNe kleiN silver-tone watch with Free magaziNes. Library discards uNideN harley Davidson Gas Tank lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
Table 24"x48" folding legs each end. Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- year old ones. Wide variety. Good for phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 ladies sequiN dress, blue, size XL,
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 Omega b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 veNdiNg machiNes FOR Sale. Soda struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
Free: Wild turkey feathers; whole machine vendo, ten selections. Snack meN's sTeTsON hat, size large, new, larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
ThOmasville diNiNg table, $50 4
308 Tools wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For machine AP, Snack Shop 5 columns rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
chairs, mid-century blonde with two fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark many selections. $495 each. (650)218- (650) 578-9208 viviTar v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
aNTique irON Hand Drills. 3 available (650)207-0882 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
leaves call (650)697-3709. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron 7125
shOes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less (650)583-6636
Tiki bar - Original from the 60’s,Like geNuiNe sWiss Army Knife with knife Walker - Good Condition - Like New - (650)508-8662
craFTsmaN 6”x9” belt/disc sander,
Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 used once. Cost $330.00 check Sears
blade, nail file, nail cleaner, scissors, per-
fect, $5, (650)595-3933
$35 (650)341-5347
TuxedO size 40, black, including white 345 medical equipment
(650)245-4234. website. $150.00 (650)591-6283 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
adjusTable baTh shower transfer
craFTsmaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" haNds Free, holds any cellphone firm- 311 musical instruments WeddiNg dress-desigNer, Size 12, bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
TWiN bed, mattress, box spring, frame dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 ly on handlebar, completely adjustable, Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
$ 50. (650)598-9804. locks in position, $9, (650)595-3933 1929 aNTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- for $500 Call (650)867-1728 cOmmOde, very clean and disinfect-
lg craFTsmeN shop vac 6.5hp $60 ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
TWO Tier Mahogany finish changing ta- (510)943-9221 haT, T-shirT, sweatshirt and comput- WOmaN's americaN Rag faux leather ested. (650)745-6309
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 (650)742-6776.
ble with pad great condition-$30.00 jacket. Perfect condition. Black
(650)771-6324 shOpsmiTh mark V 50th Anniversary /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466 drive 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. liONel chrisTmas Holiday expan- chrOmaTic harmONica: Horner
et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with (650)504-0585 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, (510)770-1976
WOmaN's Tahari jacket. Perfect con-
drawers and pull-down desk call (650)278-5776. dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
viNTage craFTsmaN Jig Saw. Circa liONel WesTerN Union Pass car and
(650)697-3709 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 (650) 952-3466 drive deluxe two button walker $10
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 (510)770-1976
epiphONe les Paul Custom Prophecy WOmeN's black suede fur lined
used bedrOOm Furniture, FREE. Call mOTley crue lp signed by neil lee Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
(650)573-7381. boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371 radiaTiON prOTecTiON 1/2-apron
310 misc. For sale sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 (650)421-5469. Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
Wall uNiT/rOOm Divider. Simple NegriNi FeNciNg Epee mask size M WOrk bOOTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
lines. Breaks down for transportation. 500-600 big Band-era 78's--most mint, & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 evereTT uprighT antique piano. brown, with steel metatarsal protection. 7742.
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 (415)260-6940 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
Walker/rOlaTOr. NeW. large, bas-
huge ludWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian 318 sports equipment size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 (650)727-7266
(916)975-4969 big berTha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
piaNO-aNdreW kOhler, Mahogany, (415)999-4474
Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
(415)334-1980 braNd NeW Golf bag with Stand.
Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
No Texting.
player piaNO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 braNd NeW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
www.elo.deals Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
spiNeT piaNO + Bench, $50. Call
(650)589-1407 easTON alumiNum bat.33 inches, 30
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
viNTage auTOpiaNO upright player
piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave everlasT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
message or email flycsir@hotmail.com Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
WurliTzer uprighT piano. Fair con- leaTher gOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595 (650) 592-2648.
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Garage Sales 620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars 630 trucks & SuV’s 670 Auto Service 670 Auto Parts
COrVette ‘69 350 4-SPeeD. 50k tOyOtA ‘06 4runner, 190K miles, GM truCk/SuV 1994? Large Vehicle.
MAzDA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
GArAGe SAleS dition One owner Fully loaded Low
miles reduced $15,995 obo (650)520-
MileS. New upgrades; best offer.
(415)602-8480. Mr. Roberts.
$7,900.. (650)302-5523
AA SMOG Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
ble .$75. (650)727-7266
Complete Repair & Service
eStAte SAleS 4650
DAtSun ‘83 280zx, T-Tops, 159K miles, 635 Vans
$29.75 plus certificate fee OFF rOAD LIGHTS ,Baja Tough by
good condition, cosmentic and mechani-
Make money, make room! MAzDA ‘16 Sky Active one owner per- cal. $6500 OBO. 650-302-4747. tOyOtA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con- (most cars) Desert Fox ,Quartz Halogen,New in box,
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K 869 California Drive . $30. (510)684-0187
miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
List your upcoming $18,995 OBO (650)520-4650. hOnDA ‘92 CiViC, Classic Commuter
craigslist for pics. Burlingame White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
Gas Saver. Restored. 40+ mpg.
P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
garage sale, niSSAn ‘01 MAXiMA 160K miles, 200k miles. $3,700. (415)999-4947.
640 Motorcycles/Scooters (650) 340-0492
$3,500. (650)302-5523
moving sale, MerCeDeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top. 680 Autos Wanted
niSSAn ‘12 Leaf, Electric, low mileage BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
estate sale, 34,500 Excellent condition (650)796-
Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851-
0878 (650) 995-0003 Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
yard sale, 3896. SMOG CheCk Novas, running or not
MerCeDeS ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel. MOtOrCyCle SADDleBAGS, $29.75 + $8.25 certificate Parts collection etc.
rummage sale, POntiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint, with mounting hardware and other parts VAliD Mon thru thu So clean out that garage
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Over the weekend, multiple reports held ment to scrutinize the companies for some ment take aim at what Open Markets sees as

PROBE
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that the Justice Department was preparing a
competition investigation into Google. On
Monday, the Wall Street Journal cited
time, as backlash against tech companies’
reach and power grow in among consumers
and politicians. The splitting up of jurisdic-
market dominating practices by the big
companies — partially by undoing large
acquisitions that tech giants have made,
unnamed sources to report that the FTC has tions between the FTC and DOJ could be including Facebook’s acquisition of
secured the rights to bring a possible inves- simply a response to the pressure, said Instagram and Google’s of YouTube.
and Apple dropped significantly after pub- tigation into Facebook . Sandeep Vaheesan, legal director for Open But others think it’s unlikely the govern-
lished reports suggested that federal author- Markets Institute, which advocates against ment would take such broad action.
Investors may have reacted immediately
ities are preparing for investigations into monopolies. “The problem with all this antitrust talk:
to the uncertainty, but investigations — if
anticompetitive behavior by several of the consumer isn’t being gouged,” said
any materialize — would take years. “There’s still a long way to go before
these technology giants. Michael Pachter, an analyst with Wedbush
“I think (the speculation) is becoming there is even an investigation,” he said.
Facebook’s stock dropped 7.5%. Shares Securities.
more real, but antitrust is not a 24-hour “And an investigation could be an extended
of Google parent Alphabet fell 6. 1%. Stocks are sinking because investors
event,” said Blair Levin, a fellow with the process.”
Amazon declined 4.6%. Apple, which has don’t like uncertainty, he said. But in this
only been mentioned tangentially in these Brookings Institution who formerly served European authorities have covered ground
as chief of staff to a Federal U.S. regulators have barely considered — case, “the reaction vastly exceeds the
reports, fell 1%. potential harm to the company from a fine,”
Some of the underlying developments Communications Commission chairman. resulting in billions of dollars in fines for
Google, and lesser fines for other compa- he said.
appear to represent a divvying up of turf It’s clear that the government is paying The FTC is already investigating
between the Department of Justice’s increasing attention to the actions of big nies.
Facebook for possible privacy violations.
antitrust cops and the Federal Trade tech companies, he said, but outcomes could That’s one model the U.S. could follow, The FTC declined to comment and Facebook
Commission, which also holds antitrust take many different forms. Most likely, he Levin said. But, of course, political motiva- did not immediately respond to a message
authority. The Justice Department would said, could be regulation of the companies’ tions and laws differ in the U.S., and regula- for comment. Facebook has set aside $3 bil-
reportedly hold authority over Google and various practices, including privacy poli- tions haven’t nearly caught up with the fast- lion for a possible fine for that investiga-
Apple, which the FTC would take point on cies. moving world of the tech industry. tion and said it could be as high as $5 bil-
investigations of Facebook and Amazon. Pressure has been mounting on govern- Vaheesan would like to see the govern- lion.

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China data suggests trade war


hit; tech group reverses stand
By Yanan Wang agers’ index, or PMI, for China held steady
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS at 50.2 in May, just above the 50 level that
distinguishes between expansion and con-
BEIJING — A report Monday on Chinese traction.
manufacturing suggested that Beijing’s But business confidence slipped to its
trade war with the Trump administration is lowest level since the series began in April
causing domestic economic damage. 2012. The official manufacturing PMI,
Surveys of manufacturers across Asia for issued Friday, sank to one of the lowest lev-
May showed that business confidence has els in three years.
been shaken by the conflict over President China showed no signs of budging over
Donald Trump’s demands that Beijing the Trump administration’s demands.
change its industrial planning strategy and It issued a report over the weekend saying
find other ways to redress its perennially it would not back down on “major issues of
huge trade surpluses. principle.”
But in a move that could ratchet back It said Beijing had kept its word through
some tensions, the world’s largest associa-
11 rounds of trade negotiations and accused
tion of technology professionals said it is
lifting a research cooperation restriction it Washington of backtracking by introducing
had imposed on employees of Chinese tech new tariffs and other conditions beyond
REUTERS FILE PHOTO what had been agreed to.
giant Huawei.
Containers are seen at the Yangshan Deep Water Port in Shanghai, China. Most of Trump’s ire over trade has been
A private survey, the Caixin manufactur-
ing purchas- directed at China, given its lion-sized
ing man- importance to global manufacturing and its
growing technological prowess.