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Monday June 12, 2017 XVII, Edition 256

All-mail election wont happen this November

County Elections Office leans toward traditional ballots after Pacifica opts against it
By Samantha Weigel first countywide all-mail ballot least one city by mail this November, Pacifica tional costs and potential confu-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF during a highly-anticipated guber- has indicated it isnt ready to experiment as it sion, said Chief Elections Officer
natorial race could be possible. wants all of its hosts a special election to consid- Mark Church.
Even as the majority of San San Mateo County was one of t r a di t i o n a l er a controversial rent control It would be too burdensome on
Mateo County residents are opting the first in California to hold an polling places measure. the operation and potentially
to vote from the comfort of their all-mail election in 2015 and saw open. But why can a coastal city that could lead to voter confusion and
own homes, 2017 wont offer increased voter turnout as well as Despite the doesnt overlap jurisdiction with error, Church said.
another all-mail ballot election, reduced costs because of legisla- San Mateo and others, determine the election sys- Mullins Assembly Bill 2028,
according to county election offi- tion by Assemblyman Kevin B ur l i n g a m e tem for the entire county? which made San Mateo and Yolo
cials. Mullin, D-South San Francisco. Mark Church city councils Because its not feasible to hold counties the first to conduct all-
Regardless, officials are already But this year is expected to bring moving to have two distinctly different kinds of
looking ahead to 2018 where the another standard election as at their elections elections that would result in addi- See MAIL, Page 20



Renderings of the residential project proposed to be built near downtown
San Bruno.

planned for
Clowns from the Los Trancos Woods Community Marching Band put smiles on kids faces at the Spring into
Summer Parade that kicked off Saturday, June 10th, the first day of the San Mateo County Fair. The fair will
continue through next weekend.
San Bruno
Developer offers 330 units and retail
space near the heart of downtown
School readies Ralston for stream of students By Austin Walsh
Signature Development Company,
said he believes the proposal will
be a keystone project in the rede-
New middle school campus takes shape in Belmont A cornerstone of downtown San velopment near the heart of San
By Anna Schuessler schools new middle school cam- key Ralston Avenue intersections Bruno is being targeted for a trans- Bruno.
pus at Davis Drive and Ralston will not be completed until after formative housing development I think it will be a fantastic
Avenue is well underway, making the start of the school year. offering roughly 330 new apart- gateway project into the city,
three new buildings available to Berman said the widening of a ments on property close to City said Ghielmetti.
As a new middle school slated to
students by mid-August in time for left turn lane onto Davis Drive Hall. Though designs are still in their
welcome more than 250 students
the start of the school year Aug. from Ralston Avenue will be com- Signature Development formative stages, Ghielmetti said
and staff members takes shape on
30. Due to the discovery of an plete by mid-August and a stop- Company will soon submit formal he expects the rental units will be
Ralston Avenue, residents can
unmarked Pacific Gas and Electric light at South Road and Ralston plans to build a vast residential spread through a couple of build-
expect to see further improve-
line along Davis Drive and a Avenue will be installed soon project spread across roughly 4.5 ings, likely to rise as high as five
ments aimed at easing flow on the
lengthier than expected review after, to be completed in acres of property at the corner of stories in some places.
Belmont thoroughfare.
process undertaken with multiple December. Both projects were El Camino Real and San Bruno Retail spaces will be built into
Betsy Berman, a spokeswoman
government agencies, however, Avenue, said the applicant. the ground floor, he said, but it is
for the Crystal Springs Uplands
School, said construction on the improvements planned for two Mike Ghielmetti, president of
See CSUS, Page 20 See HOUSING, Page 18

Thought for the Day

It is impossible to defeat an
ignorant man in argument.
William Gibbs McAdoo, American government official

This Day in History

the U.S. Supreme Court, in Loving v.

1967 Virginia, unanimously struck down

state laws prohibiting interracial mar-
In 1 7 7 6 , Virginias colonial legislature adopted a
Declaration of Rights.
In 1 8 9 8 , Philippine nationalists declared independence
from Spain.
In 1 9 2 0 , the Republican national convention, meeting
in Chicago, nominated Warren G. Harding for president on
the tenth ballot; Calvin Coolidge was nominated for vice
In 1 9 2 4 , President Calvin Coolidge was nominated for a
term of office in his own right at the Republican national
convention in Cleveland. (Coolidge had become presi-
dent in 1923 upon the sudden death of Warren G. Harding.)
In 1 9 3 9 , the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
was dedicated in Cooperstown, New York.
In 1 9 4 2 , Anne Frank, a German-born Jewish girl living
in Amsterdam, received a diary for her 13th birthday, less
than a month before she and her family went into hiding REUTERS
from the Nazis. A baby made of vinyl is displayed at the Bilbao Reborn Doll Show, a trade fair featuring hyperrealist silicone and vinyl babies,
In 1 9 5 7 , bandleader Jimmy Dorsey died in New York at known as Reborns in Spain
age 53.
In 1 9 6 3 , civil rights leader Medgar Evers, 37, was shot
and killed outside his home in Jackson, Mississippi. (In In other news ...
1994, Byron De La Beckwith was convicted of murdering Geese dump droppings at found in a nearby diner. Ludington Maritime Museum.
Evers and sentenced to life in prison; he died in 2001.) Police say 27-year-old township res-
In 1 9 6 7 , the James Bond film You Only Live Twice, Disneyland, hitting 17 people ident Domingo Moreno has been Thats no normal runner: Bear
starring Sean Connery, premiered in London, a day before ANAHEIM, Calif. Disneyland vis- charged with criminal mischief, hin- crosses through Colorado race
its U.S. opening. itors got more adventure than they bar- dering apprehension and tampering
In 1 9 7 9 , 26-year-old cyclist Bryan Allen flew the gained for when a flock of geese let go with evidence, and was turned over to COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
human-powered Gossamer Albatross across the English in flight, fouling the guests. federal immigration officials. It wasnt Some runners didnt expect to see a
Channel. known Saturday if hes retained an bear on their Colorado race route.
Anaheim police and fire officials say
attorney. Donald Sanborn says he was about 5
17 people, including six children, were
miles into the Garden of the Gods 10
Birthdays hit by bird droppings just before 9
p.m. Friday.
Police are investigating the cause
and other details of the crash. Mile Run on Sunday when the bear
ambled across a roadway near Colorado
A hazardous materials team was sent
to Main Street near the Sleeping
Western Michigan city Springs.
breaks sand angel world record Sanborn says the animal seemed to
Beauty Castle after a report that feces be trying to decide whether to zip
had been thrown on people. LUDINGTON, Mich. A western across the road filled with runners when
It was quickly determined the real cul- Michigan city has broken a mark set a large enough gap finally emerged for
prit was a flock of geese flying over- by the Guinness World Records for the the bear to get through.
head. most people simultaneously making He says hes encountered bears, elk,
Authorities say the smeared visitors sand angels at a beach. turkeys, bobcats and other interesting
were taken to a private restroom to The Ludington Daily News and The wildlife on training runs, but hasnt
Former President Sportscaster Marv Singer Vic clean up and were given with clean Muskegon Chronicle report 1, 387 seen an animal like this in a race.
George H.W. Bush Albert is 76. Damone is 89. clothes. people angelically assembled on a The competition winds through
is 93. Police reported that the guests were Lake Michigan beachfront in Garden of the Gods Park between
Songwriter Richard M. Sherman is 89. Actor-singer Jim healthy and happy after the event. Ludington on Saturday and worked Manitou Springs and Colorado
Nabors is 87. Jazz musician Chick Corea is 76. Singer Roy their magic for 30 seconds. That far Springs.
Harper is 76. Pop singer Len Barry is 75. Actor Roger Aaron Authorities: Driver flees surpasses the roughly 350 who made
Brown is 68. Rock musician Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) is crash with hydrant stuck to car sand angels for 15 seconds two years Models sport pithy
66. Country singer-musician Junior Brown is 65. Singer- ago in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
songwriter Rocky Burnette is 64. Actor Timothy Busfield is PARRSIPPANY, N.J. New Jersey A Guinness judge verified the record. slogans painted on bare bods
60. Singer Meredith Brooks is 59. Actress Jenilee Harrison is authorities say a driver fled the scene of The Spectrum Health Ludington NEW YORK Dozens of people
59. Rock musician John Linnell (They Might Be Giants) is an accident with a fire hydrant stuck to Hospital Foundation organized whats have gathered in Times Square to tell
58. Rapper Grandmaster Dee (Whodini) is 55. Actor Paul his car and then tossed it in the trash. been dubbed Be Someones Angel. the naked truth - or tell the truth naked.
Schulze is 55. Actor Eamonn Walker is 55. Actress Paula Parsippany police say the motorist The event, which had a $20 suggested Brooke Champlain stood nude in one
Marshall is 53. Actress Frances OConnor is 50. Actor Rick drove off after his car struck the donation, raised money for the hospi- of New Yorks busiest areas Friday with
Hoffman is 47. Actor Mel Rodriguez is 44. Actor Jason Mewes hydrant and a mailbox Tuesday. Police tals cancer service center. the slogan Were All Just Stardust
is 43. Actor Michael Muhney is 42. Blues musician Kenny followed a trail of water from the scene The effort was part of Love painted around her bellybutton during
Wayne Shepherd is 40. Actor Timothy Simons (TV: Veep) is to a township home, where they found Ludington weekend, which also fea- Body Notes, an event organizers say
the car and the hydrant. The driver was tures the opening of the Port of was designed to uplift people.
39. Actor Wil Horneff is 38. Singer Robyn is 38.
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A strong emphasis on equity Police reports

Bang up job
Superintendent James Lianides retiring from long education career Someone was playing a large standing
annual achievements by demographics, drum on Brewster Avenue, it was report-
By Austin Walsh ment boundaries and
grade level and other detailed areas has been ed in Redwood City at 10:25 p.m.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF place those students
a tremendous asset. Thursday, June 8.
closer to home at Menlo-
Overcoming hurdles tied to offering equal Atherton High School. These efforts, and many more like them,
opportunities for the wide variety of com- The shift accomplished make Lianides an exemplary local leader in UNINCORPORATED SAN MATEO
munities served by the Sequoia Union High its goal and paid addi- education, said San Mateo County
School District are among the most taxing tional dividends by help- Superintendent Anne Campbell, who nomi- COUNTY
and rewarding challenges Jim Lianides faced ing build the bond nated Lianides for an administrator of the Th e f t . Someone took approximately
as superintendent. between the high school year award, issued by the California $4,930 in cash from an unlocked vehicle on
Association of School Administrators.
The lifetime educator who will be retiring James Lianides district and the the 600 block of Avenue Cabrillo in El
at the end of the school year has grappled Ravenswood City [The Sequoia Union High School Granada before 7:45 a.m. Saturday, May 27.
since 2010 as the districts top administra- Elementary School District, serving young District] has the greatest economic diversi-
tor with the unique and complex issues students in East Palo Alto, said Lianides. ty of any district in San Mateo County, con- Po s s es s i o n. A 28-year-old Santee man was
raised through serving such a diverse set of The strengthened communication bred a taining both great wealth and great poverty, cited and released after admitting to have a
students. greater understanding for educators, stu- often right across the freeway from one controlled substance in his vehicle near
Assuring those from East Palo Alto and dents and families about the transition from another, Campbell said in her nomination. Franciso Street and Isabella Avenue before 3
Redwood City thrive alongside classmates elementary to high school, and also helped Dr. Lianides has made it his mission to p.m. Monday, May 25.
from more afuent areas such as Menlo Park establish programs addressing a process reach out to all segments of SUHSD to Po s s es s i o n. A 30-year-old San Francisco
or San Carlos is a test not many educators that Lianides characterized as utterly con- ensure each community within the district man was arrested after being found intoxi-
are issued, but one Lianides said he strived fusing. understands and supports a vision of learn- cated and in possession of methampheta-
to pass. In all, he believes the redistricting ing where all students, no matter their cir- mine at Gray Whale Cove before 11:40 p.m.
In my time, the district has really placed strengthened communities and made cumstance, can have a high school experi- Sunday, May 22.
a strong emphasis on equity, he said, with things better all around, he said. ence that propels them on to college and
an interest in establishing a district of Smoothing the path for students to attend career in our increasingly global society. FOSTER CITY
opportunity for students from all communi- school was a success, but the harder task is Part of such an effort has been a gradual
ties. assuring they ourish after arriving, said shift away from the one-size-ts-all Co de o ffens e. A large group was having a
Lianides said a key early initiative in the Lianides. approach to education, said Lianides, as dis- large party on East Hillsdale Boulevard, it
effort to achieve such lofty goal was a rela- District ofcials have launched a variety trict ofcials recognize their obligation to was reported at 7:53 p.m. Thursday, June 8.
tively simple one making it easier for of services to support those who need addi- serve the different educational needs of their Ci ty o rdi nance v i o l ati o n. A notebook
traditionally underserved students to get to tional guidance, such as a language diverse study body. was found smoldering after a call of smoke
class. improvement initiative for students still Offering specialized programs, enhanc- coming from Beach Park Boulevard, it was
For years, students from East Palo Alto building their English prociency in high ing investment in career technical training, reported at 3:44 p.m. Thursday, June 8.
took long bus rides to Carlmont High school, said Lianides. building middle college programs with the
Trafc hazard. Gravel was in the Number 4
School, located in the northern end of the While the efforts are designed with the San Mateo County Community College
lane of State Route 92 at Edgewater
district at the Belmont and San Carlos bor- best intentions to aid students coming from District and even establishing a new, small
Boulevard, it was reported at 3:18 a.m.
der. underserved communities, Lianides said his school in Menlo Park focusing on techno-
Thursday, June 8.
That was posing a real hardship for stu- interest in data analysis is helpful in track-
dents, said Lianides of the demanding bus ing their effectiveness. See LIANIDES, Page 18
routes along the Peninsula, often begin- He said his attempts to quantify program-
ning very early in the morning and leaving matic success is driven by a simple question
little room for error to those who would how do you know you are making a dif-
likely miss a day of school if they missed ference?
their ride. To make the answer to that question more
To make the school commute easier, readily apparent, Lianides said overhauling
Lianides led the charge to redistrict enroll- the districts dashboard breaking down

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Analyst: Average gas price Around the state

drops slightly to $2.40 a gallon
way across Northern and Central California,
CAMARILLO An analyst says the aver- bringing rain, thunder, lightning and even
age price of regular-grade gasoline has fall- snow.
en less than a penny per gallon over the last Snow began falling in parts of the Sierra
three weeks, to $2.40 per gallon. Nevada on Sunday and rain, lighting and
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the hail were reported in parts of the San
Lundberg Survey said Sunday that gas prices Francisco Bay Area and Central Valley.
in the coming weeks may decline unless The National Weather Service in
crude oil prices rebound quickly. Sacramento said up to 5 inches of snow is
The average price of midgrade gasoline expected in higher elevations of the
was $2.69 a gallon, while the average price Northern Sierra, with possibly 8 to 12 inch-
of premium was $2.91 a gallon. es of snow falling over Lassen Volcanic REUTERS
She says the average price for diesel was National Park. The annual Pride Parade is replaced with a Resist March as members of the LGBT community
up a penny to $2.56 a gallon. protest President Donald Trump in West Hollywood.
In a survey of the Lower 48 states, the Historic lottery ticket
highest average gas price was in the San
Francisco Bay Area, at $3.16 a gallon. The
lowest was in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at $1.96 a
sold in Southern California
A sole winning Powerball ticket worth
A mix of pride and anger at LGBT
gallon. $447.8 million and matching all six num-
June storm brings rain, snow
to parts of Northern California
bers was sold in Southern California and will
claim the 10th largest lottery prize in U.S.
history, lottery ofcials said Sunday.
rights marches across the nation
The winning ticket was sold at Marietta By Carolyn Kaster Throngs of marchers, many thousands
SACRAMENTO Well so much for sum- Liquor & Deli in the small city of Menifee, and David Crary strong, paraded past the White House and
mer! the California Lottery said in a statement. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS toward the Capitol, trailing behind a giant
That was the tweet sent by the California Lottery ofcials said the earliest the ticket rainbow ag near the head of the proces-
Highway Patrol as a June storm makes its could be redeemed is 8 a.m. Monday, June 12. WASHINGTON Supporters of LGBT sion.
rights marched and rallied in the nations Were here, were queer, get that Cheeto
capital and dozens of other U.S. cities on out of here, was among the chants directed
Sunday, celebrating gains but angry over at Trump.
threats posed by the administration of For the LGBT community nationwide, its
President Donald Trump. an emotional time. Monday is the anniver-
The centerpiece event, the Equality March sary of the mass shooting a year ago in
in Washington, was endorsed by virtually Orlando, Florida, that killed 49 people
every major national advocacy group work- mostly Latinos at Pulse, a gay night-
ing on behalf of lesbian, gay, bisexual and club.
transgender Americans. Among the marchers in Washington was
Activists have been embittered by the Gil Mendez, a Puerto Rican native who trav-
Trump administrations rollback of federal eled with his partner all the way from San
guidance advising school districts to let Francisco to join the parade. He carried a
transgender students use the bathrooms and sign that included the names of all the Pulse
locker rooms of their choice. victims.
They also complain that Trump, who cam- The attack on Pulse really struck me
paigned as a potential ally of gays and les- hard, he said. It made the connection
bians, has stocked his administration with between the physical violence of guns and
foes of LGBT rights, including Vice the political attacks on our community.
President Mike Pence, Attorney General Also marching, and singing freedom
Jeff Sessions, and Health and Human songs and patriotic songs along the way,
Services Secretary Tom Price. were scores of members of gay choruses.

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Republicans urge Trump on tapes; Sessions to testify

By Hope Yen in the very near future. The New York City federal prosecutor
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lankford said Sessions testimony who expected to remain on the job when
Tuesday will help flesh out the truth of Trump took office but ended up being
WASHINGTON Fellow Republicans pressed President Comeys allegations, including fired said he was made uncomfortable by
Donald Trump on Sunday to come clean about whether he Sessions presence at the White House in one-on-one interactions with the presi-
has tapes of private conversations with former FBI Director February when Trump asked to speak to dent just like Comey was. Preet
James Comey and provide them to Congress if he does or Comey alone. Comey alleges that Trump Bharara told ABCs This Week that
possibly face a subpoena, as a Senate investigation into then privately asked him to drop a probe Trump was trying to cultivate some
collusion with Russia or obstruction of justice extended to into former national security adviser kind of relationship with him when he
a Trump Cabinet member. Donald Trump Michael Flynns contacts with Russia. Jeff Sessions called him twice before the inauguration
It was a sign of escalating fallout from riveting testimo- Comey also has said Sessions did not to shoot the breeze.
ny from Comey last week of undue pressure from Trump, respond when he complained he didnt want to get time He said Trump reached out to him again after the inaugura-
which drew an angry response from the president on Friday alone with the president again. The Justice Department has tion but he refused to call back, shortly before he was fired.
that Comey was lying. denied that, saying Sessions stressed to Comey the need to On Comeys accusations that Trump pressed him to drop
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was in for sharp question- be careful about following appropriate policies. the FBI investigation of Flynn, Bharara said no one
ing by senators on the Senate Intelligence committee We want to be able to get his side of it, Lankford said. knows right now whether there is a provable case of
Tuesday. Whether that hearing will be public or closed is Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., said theres a real question of the obstruction of justice. But: I think theres absolutely evi-
not yet known. propriety of Sessions involvement in Comeys dismissal, dence to begin a case.
I dont understand why the president just doesnt clear because Sessions had stepped aside from the federal investi- Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, a mem-
this matter up once and for all, said Sen. Susan Collins, R- gation into contacts between Russia and the Trump cam- ber of the Intelligence committee, sent a letter to Sen.
Maine, a member of that committee, referring to the exis- paign. Comey was leading that probe. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, urging him to investigate possi-
tence of any recordings. Reed said he also wants to know if Sessions had more ble obstruction of justice by Trump in Grassleys position
She described Comeys testimony as candid and thor- meetings with Russian officials as a Trump campaign advis- as chairman of the Judiciary Committee. Feinstein is the
ough and said she would support a subpoena if needed. er than have been disclosed. top Democrat on that panel and a member of both.
Trump should voluntarily turn them over, Collins said. Trump on Sunday accused Comey of cowardly leaks and She said Sessions should also testify before the Judiciary
Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., also a member of that predicted many more from him. Totally illegal? he asked Committee, because it was better suited to explore legal
committee, agreed the panel needed to hear any tapes that in a tweet. Very cowardly! questions of possible obstruction.
exist. Weve obviously pressed the White House, he said. Several Republican lawmakers also criticized Comey for Feinstein said she was especially concerned after
Trumps aides have dodged questions about whether con- disclosing memos he had written in the aftermath of his pri- National Intelligence Director Dan Coats and National
versations relevant to the Russia investigation have been vate conversations with Trump, calling that action inap- Security Agency Director Michael Rogers refused to answer
recorded, and so has the president. Pressed on the issue propriate. But, added Lankford releasing his memos is not questions from the intelligence committee about possible
Friday, Trump said Ill tell you about that maybe sometime damaging to national security. undue inuence by Trump.

Republicans are taking a big political risk on health care

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar a health policy expert with American Enterprise Institute, ly untouched for now.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a business-oriented think tank. Its a piece of legisla- The talk is all about repealing the 2010 Affordable Care
tion that would be highly consequential. Act. But the GOPs American Health Care Act would have
WASHINGTON Republicans are taking a big politi- Unprecedented is a perfectly fair characterization, lasting impact on Medicaid, the federal-state program
cal risk on health care. said Lanhee Chen, who was policy adviser to former GOP covering about 70 million low-income and disabled peo-
Theyre trying to scale back major benefit programs presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Like Capretta, Chen ple, including many elderly nursing home residents.
being used by millions of people. And theyre trying to agrees with the general direction congressional Republicans would phase out richer financing that the
do it even though much of the public is leery of drastic Republicans are taking, if not all the specifics. Obama-era law provides states that expand Medicaid to
changes, and theres no support outside the GOP. Senate Republicans are winnowing down policy cover low-income adults. More significantly, the GOP
Its not stopping them. options in search of 51 votes to advance House-passed would limit future federal spending for the broader pro-
After seven years attacking former President Barack legislation this summer. gram. Medicaid has been an open-ended entitlement, with
Obamas health care law, Republicans are finally in con- Some of the central issues in the GOPs health care gam- the feds matching part of what every state spends, about
trol of the entire government and say they have to deliv- ble: 60 percent on average.
er now. Yet theyre not talking much about the trade-offs The House-passed GOP bill would cut $834 billion from
that come with sweeping changes, not to mention esti- Historic shift projected federal Medicaid spending over a decade, lead-
mates that millions more people could be uninsured. Health care programs usually grow faster than other ing to a reduction of about 17 percent in people covered
I dont think anything of this consequence has ever government services. Republicans want to break that by the program, according to the Congressional Budget
been passed in the entitlement arena, said Jim Capretta, decadeslong trend, although theyd leave Medicare large- Office.


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Moonlighting police leave body cameras behind

By John Seewer boys father had his hands raised and stick-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing out his window as the moonlighting
ofcer and a former ofcer both working as
When police ofcers in Americas cities deputy city marshals collectively red 18
put on their uniforms and grab their shots. Once the shooting stopped, the
weapons before moonlighting in security footage showed blood on the door and an
jobs at nightclubs, hospitals, and ball- ofcers realization the boy was in the pas-
parks, theres one piece of equipment they sengers seat.
often leave behind their body camera. Minneapolis and Atlanta are among the
Thats because most police agencies that cities requiring the cameras for off-duty
make the cameras mandatory for patrol work, and some others are moving that way,
shifts dont require or wont allow body including Cincinnati, which is spending
cameras for off-duty ofcers even if theyre about $1.2 million on 350 cameras and
working in uniform, leaving a hole in poli- equipment so all ofcers will have one and
cies designed to increase oversight and be able to use them on secondary jobs
restore condence in law enforcement. its now optional.
Police departments contend that they Moonlighting ofcers without the cam-
have only a limited number of body cameras eras to back them up can be more vulnerable
or that there are too many logistical hurdles to false allegations, said Cincinnati police
and costs involved. But that argument does- Capt. Doug Wiesman. And it might be tough
nt sit well with those who say it shouldnt to explain why an off-duty ofcer who used
matter whether an ofcer is on patrol or deadly force didnt have a camera, he said.
moonlighting at a shopping mall. Its a mistake not to have them,
As long as they have real bullets, they Wiesman said. Your ofcers are wearing
need to have the body cameras, said John that uniform. Who cares whos paying
Barnett, a civil rights leader in Charlotte, them?
North Carolina, where shootings involving But most places turn off the cameras when
police have put use of the cameras under it comes to the millions of hours ofcers
scrutiny. put in work for private employers a wide-
An Associated Press survey of the 20 spread practice but not one tracked in detail.
biggest U.S. cities found that nearly all New York Citys new guidelines covering
have ofcers wearing or testing body cam- body cameras specically say they cant be
eras, but that only ve Houston; San REUTERS used in any off-duty activities, including
Antonio; San Francisco; Fort Worth, Texas; A mannequin dressed as a police officer to show off a body camera system is shown on paid details run by the department.
and San Jose, California have rules display at a law enforcement convention. Among the 170 departments that have
requiring them for uniformed ofcers work- program in San Jose. Youre still in uni- moonlighting ofcers in Missouri, North received U.S. Justice Department grants for
ing outside their regular hours. form, still have powers of arrest. Carolina, Texas, Arkansas, Ohio and body cameras, its rare to nd in their poli-
The departments that have body cameras Just about every police agency makes it Indiana, but the overall number isnt known cies any mention of equipping moonlight-
or are testing them, but do not require clear that ofcers working in uniform still because departments dont keep those sta- ing ofcers, said Michael White, who works
moonlighting ofcers to wear them, are represent the department and are subject to tistics. with those cities on training and technical
New York City; Los Angeles, Chicago; police rules even when theyre off duty and In Louisiana, a moonlighting ofcer who assistance.
Philadelphia; Phoenix; San Diego; Dallas; paid by someone else. Trouble can happen wasnt wearing a body camera was sentenced Its an evolving issue, but I think its
Columbus, Ohio; and Charlotte. Denver anywhere and anytime, and when it does, in March to 40 years in prison for something departments will need to start
also has them and is planning to add cam- theres little difference between an on-duty manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a 6- addressing, said White, also a criminology
eras for off-duty work. and off-duty ofcer. year-old boy following a car chase. professor at Arizona State University. It
There shouldnt be a distinction, said Within the past three years, there have A key piece of evidence came from an on- should be a part of the uniform just like any-
Lt. Elle Washburn, who oversees the camera been shootings some fatal involving duty ofcers body camera showing the thing else.

Protests against Islamic law draw

counter-protests across the nation
By Gene Johnson racists get a platform, the more people get
The rallies, held in more than two dozen
SEATTLE Demonstrators at small but U.S. cities, were organized by ACT for
raucous gatherings around the country America, which claims Islamic law is
Saturday raised the specter that extremist incompatible with Western democracy.
interpretations of Islamic law might some- The organization said it opposes discrim-
how spread across the U.S., but many of the ination and supports the rights of those

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neighbors. Participants chanted No hate,
and the life
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lifetime no fear, Muslims are welcome here on their ideology and no banner except the
way to City Hall, where dozens of anti- Constitution of the United States of
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A phalanx of bicycle police officers kept But the overwhelming majority of
half the time of braces. These thin transpare ent trays are
transparent the sides separated during the sanctioned Muslims dont want to replace U.S. law with
barely visible, so your friends and family often dont know events, but authorities said a large fight Islamic law, known as Shariah, and only
youre wearing them. In addition, you can remove your broke out after the gatherings concluded. radical extremist groups would call for
Police used tear gas to disperse rowdy that, said Liyakat Takim, a professor of
trays when you eat or need to give a presentation. demonstrators and arrested three people for Islamic studies at McMaster University in
obstructing law enforcement. the Canadian city of Hamilton, Ontario.
In front of the Trump building in down- Shariah, Takim said, refers to guidelines
town Chicago, about 30 people demonstrat- or principles how Muslims should live.
ed against Islamic law and in favor of Fiqh refers to jurisprudence, or specific
President Donald Trump, shouting slogans laws. The values embedded in Shariah do not
and holding signs that read Ban Sharia change and are shared among Muslims, he
and Sharia abuses women. About twice as said, while fiqh is open to interpretation
many counter-protesters marshaled across and change, and in fact differs among
the street. Islamic sects and communities.
A similar scene played out in a park near a The Quran allows slavery. So does the
New York courthouse, where counter-pro- Old Testament. That doesnt mean we allow
testers sounded air-horns and banged pots it today, too, Takim said. Laws are
and pans in an effort to silence an anti- amenable to change.
Shariah rally. In St. Paul, Minnesota, state In Seattle, activists set up an Ask an
troopers arrested about a half-dozen people American Muslim booth to give rally par-
when scuffles broke out at the close of com- ticipants on either side a chance to speak
peting demonstrations at the state Capitol. with a Muslim.
The theme of today is drowning out American Muslims support the American
racism, said New York counter-protester values and freedoms we all cherish, said
Tony Murphy, standing next to demonstra- Arsalan Bukhari, of the state chapter of the
tors with colorful earplugs. The more Council on American-Islamic Relations.
THE DAILY JOURNAL WORLD Monday June 12, 2017 7
Puerto Rican voters back statehood in questioned referendum
By Danica Coto Puerto Rico is exempt from the U.S. fed-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS eral income tax, but it still pays Social
Security and Medicare and local taxes and
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico Puerto Ricos receives less federal funding than U. S.
governor announced that the U.S. territory states.
overwhelmingly chose statehood on Those inequalities and the ongoing crisis
Sunday in a nonbinding referendum held prompted 66-year-old Maria Quinones to
amid a deep economic crisis that has vote for the rst time in such a referendum,
sparked an exodus of islanders to the U.S. the fth on Puerto Ricos status.
mainland. We have to vote because things are not
Nearly half a million votes were cast for going well, she said. If we were a state, we
statehood, about 7,600 for free associa- would have the same rights.
tion/independence and nearly 6,700 for the Quinones said many of her relatives are
current territorial status, according to pre- among the nearly half a million Puerto
liminary results. Voter turnout was just 23 Ricans who have moved to the U.S. main-
percent, leading opponents to question the land in the past decade to nd a more afford-
validity of a vote that several political par- able cost of living or jobs as the island of
ties had urged their supporters to boycott. 3.4 million people struggles with a 12 per-
And the U.S. Congress has nal say in cent unemployment rate.
any changes to Puerto Ricos political sta- Those who remain behind have been hit
tus. with new taxes and higher utility bills on an
But that didnt stop Gov. Ricardo island where food is 22 percent more expen-
Rossello from vowing to push ahead with sive than the U.S. mainland and public serv-
his administrations quest to make the ices are 64 percent more expensive.
island the 51st U.S. state and declaring that Those who oppose statehood worry the
Puerto Rico voted for statehood. He said island will lose its cultural identity and warn
he would create a commission to ensure that that Puerto Rico will struggle even more
Congress validate the referendums results. nancially because it will be forced to pay
In any democracy, the expressed will of millions of dollars in federal taxes.
the majority that participates in the elec- The cost of statehood on the pocket-
toral processes always prevails, Rossello REUTERS book of every citizen, every business,
said. It would be highly contradictory for A woman holds a national flag as police block protesters marching in support of Puerto Rico every industry will be devastating, Carlos
Washington to demand democracy in other becoming an independent nation. Delegado, secretary of the opposition
parts of the world, and not respond to the Popular Democratic Party, told The
enthusiastic about this plebiscite as they Among those hoping Puerto Rico will Associated Press. Whatever we might
legitimate right to self-determination that
were ve years ago, he said. become a state is Jose Alvarez, a 61-year- receive in additional federal funds will be
was exercised today in the American territo-
Puerto Ricos main opposition party old businessman. cancelled by the amount of taxes the island
ry of Puerto Rico.
rejected the pro-statehood result. Now is the moment to do it, he said. will have to pay.
It was the lowest level of participation in
The scant participation ... sends a clear Weve spent a lot of years working on a His party also has noted that the U.S.
any election in Puerto Rico since 1967,
message, said Anibal Jose Torres, a party socioeconomic model that has not neces- Justice Department has not backed the refer-
according to Carlos Vargas Ramos, an asso-
member. The people rejected it by boy- sarily given us the answer. endum.
ciate with the Center for Puerto Rican
cotting an inconsequential event. Many believe the islands territorial sta- A department spokesman told the AP that
Studies at Hunter College in New York. He
The referendum coincides with the 100th tus has contributed to its 10-year economic the agency has not reviewed or approved the
also said that even among voters who sup-
anniversary of the United States granting recession, which has prompted nearly half a ballots language. Federal ofcials in April
ported statehood, turnout was lower this
U.S. citizenship to Puerto Ricans, though million Puerto Ricans to ee to the U.S. rejected an original version, in part because
year compared with the last referendum in
they are barred from voting in presidential mainland and was largely sparked by it did not offer the territorys current status
elections and have only one congressional decades of heavy borrowing and the elimi- as an option. The Rossello administration
Supporters of statehood did not seem
representative with limited voting powers. nation of federal tax incentives. added it and sent the ballot back for review.

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Italy exit polling:

Populists trailing

ROME First exit polls indicate candidates from a pop-

ulist movement did poorly in the main Italian mayoral
races, with the leading candidates coming from both the tra-
ditional center-right and center-left camps.
Right after voting ended late Sunday night, pollsters for
both state TV and private TV said their samplings indicated
the anti-euro 5-Star Movement would fail even to make
runoffs in the four top races, including a big setback in
Genoa, which is home to Movement founder, comic Beppe
The local races put the brakes on the Movements rise,
headlined La Stampa, the daily in Turin, a major city where
REUTERS only a year earlier the triumph of the populists candidate
French President Emmanuel Macron leaves the polling station after voting in the first of two rounds of parliamentary elections there for mayor fueled 5-Stars national ambitions.
in France. Substantial actual results were not expected until some-
time Monday morning.
Macrons takeover of French politics is all but done But if exit samplings prove accurate, voters delivered
stinging defeats to the populists, keen on gaining the pre-
By Sylvie Corbet decades have eroded voter trust in the political class. miership for the rst time via national elections due in
and John Leicester With 94 percent of votes counted, Macrons camp was 2018.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS comfortably leading with more than 32 percent putting The anti-euro party ran candidates in some 225 of 1,000
it well ahead of all opponents going into the decisive sec- races.
PARIS Emmanuel Macrons takeover of French poli- ond round of voting next Sunday for the 577 seats in the In Genoa, as well as in the other main city up for grabs,
tics is all but complete. The newly elected French leaders lower-house National Assembly. Palermo, Sicily, the top two vote-getters, according to the
gamble that voters wanted to throw out old faces and try Macrons prime minister, Edouard Philippe, confidently exit polls, were shaping up to be candidates from center
something new is paying off in full first by giving him declared Sunday night that the second round vote would give right and center left.
the presidency and, on Sunday, the crucial first step toward the assembly a new face. Runoffs will be held on June 25 in races where no one
securing the legislative power to deliver on his pledge of France is back, he said. clinches more than 50 percent of the ballots.
far-reaching change. Pollsters estimated that Macrons camp could end up with Until Grillos Movement started gaining ground in the
As when voters turned the previously unelected Macron as many as 450 seats and that the opposition in parlia- last few years, Italys political scene had been dominated
into Frances youngest president last month, Sundays first ment would be fragmented as well as small. for a quarter-century by center-right coalitions, led by
round of voting in two-stage legislative elections again The Socialist Party that held power in the last legislature media mogul and former premier Silvio Berlusconi, and
brought stinging black eyes to traditional parties that, hav- and its allies were all but vaporized their 314 seats like- center-left alliances, currently led by ex-premier and
ing monopolized power for decades, are being utterly rout- ly reduced, according to pollsters projections, to as few as Democratic Party leader Matteo Renzi.
ed by Macrons political revolution. 20 seats, and possibly no more than 30, in the new assem-
His fledgling Republic on the Move! contesting its bly. Projecting seat numbers is an imprecise science in the
first-ever election and fielding many candidates with no
political experience at all was on course to deliver him a
two-round system.
Socialist Party leader Jean-Christophe Cambadelis
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legislative majority so crushing that Macrons rivals fret- warned that Macrons party could end up almost without
ted that the 39-year-old president will be able to govern any real opposition. Tottering May names new cabinet
France almost unopposed for his full five-year term. We would have a National Assembly with no real power LONDON Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa
Record-low turnout, however, took some shine off the of control and without democratic debate to speak of, he May appointed ministers to her shaky government Sunday,
achievement. Less than 50 percent of the 47.5 million elec- said. as some Conservative colleagues rallied to support her - and
tors cast ballots showing that Macron has limited appeal On the right, the conservative Republicans were also others said her days were numbered after last week's disas-
to many voters. reeling, projected to end up with possibly no more than trous election.
Macron intends to set his large and likely pliant cohort of 110 seats, and possibly as few as 70, having controlled May is seeking a deal with a Northern
legislators, all of them having pledged allegiance to his 215 in the outgoing parliament. Irish party to prop up the Conservative
program, to work immediately. He wants, within weeks, to The National Front of far-right leader Marine Le Pen minority administration, and lawmakers
start reforming French labor laws to make hiring and firing looked unlikely to convert her strong showing in the pres- said the rebuff from voters meant the gov-
easier, and legislate a greater degree of honesty into parlia- idential election into anything more than a small handful of ernment will have to abandon planned
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U.S. relations with Cuba under Trump
12, 000 American jobs.
Favorite places in
Other voices
The New York Times The group predicts that the hardest-
hit areas will be rural communities
city of San Mateo
o the long list of Barack 50 years after the 1959 revolution and that rely on agriculture, manufactur-
Obamas major initiatives that never produced what anti-Castro ing and shipping industries, as well

President Trump is obsessed ast month, I was invited to talk about changes in
activists hoped would be the result, as Florida, Louisiana, Texas, downtown San Mateo to a group of Seniors in
with reversing, we may soon be able the ouster of Cubas Communist gov- Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi,
to add Cuba. In 2014, Mr. Obama Retirement (SIRS) at the San Mateo Elks Club. The
ernment in favor of democracy. all of which supported Mr. Trump in Elks Club is right across from San Mateo City Hall and in
opened a dialogue with Cuba after Isolating Cuba has become increas- the 2016 election. Among the deals
more than a half-century of unyield- the old days before the Brown Act and conflict of interest
ingly indefensible. that could be squashed is one struck laws, most of the city business was done at the club and
ing hostility, leading to an easing of Mr. Obamas opening to Havana by Starwood Hotels and Resorts last not in the council chambers.
sanctions. Mr. Trump promised in his has enabled the freer flow of people, year to manage hotels in Cuba; future Many in the group were around in those days. In fact, there
campaign to return to a more hard-line goods and information between the ones would effectively be frozen. about 10 who were born in San Mateo. And most of the
approach. If he does, as seems likely, two countries, even as significant dif- The White House and its allies argue group, which on this occasion included wives, have lived in
he will further isolate America, hurt ferences remain over human rights. It that the Cuban government remains San Mateo for more than 30 years. Among them were a
American business interests and, quite has produced bilateral agreements on despotic and must be pressured to dozen or so who lived here more than 40, 50 and 60 years.
possibly, impede the push for greater health care cooperation, joint plan-
reform. But pressure has had a mini- ***
democracy on the Caribbean island. ning to mitigate oil spills, coordina-
mal impact and the human rights con- As you have read in these columns and in other pages of
Soon after his election, Mr. Trump tion on counternarcotics efforts and the Daily Journal, San Mateo has grown from a typical
declared, vaguely but ominously, that intelligence-sharing. In April, cerns are disingenuous, given Mr.
suburban bedroom community where the men rode the train
if Cuba did not "make a better deal" Googles servers went live in Cuba Trumps effusive embrace of authori-
to work in San Francisco to
he would "terminate deal." He gave and thus it became the first foreign tarian leaders from President Vladimir a urban/suburban small city
no specifics and no decisions have internet company to host content in Putin in Russia to President Abdel where both men and women
been announced. But details of what a one of the most unplugged nations on Fattah el-Sisi in Egypt. He also commute in both direc-
policy reversal could look like are earth. Mr. Obamas approach also pointedly told Sunni Arab leaders in tions, both north and
emerging. encouraged Latin American countries Saudi Arabia last month that he has south. Gone are the days of
The aim generally would be to reim- to be more receptive to the United no intention of lecturing them on young children playing
pose limits on travel and commerce, States as a partner in regional prob- their repressive behavior toward their unsupervised on the streets.
supposedly to punish Cubas despotic lem-solving. citizens. Gone of the days when a
government, now led by Ral Castro, A large pro-engagement coalition As with his decision to withdraw young couple could buy
brother of the revolutionary leader that includes lawmakers from both their first home at a reason-
from the global climate agreement,
Fidel Castro. Among the measures parties, businesses and young able price, say under
Mr. Trumps approach to Cuba reflects
being considered are blocking trans- Cuban-Americans is pushing the $20,000. Gone are the days
actions by American companies with a craven desire to curry favor with his
White House to build on the founda- when most women were
firms that have ties to the Cuban mili- tion of engagement it inherited from political base, in this case conserva-
tive Republicans from Florida who are stay-at-home moms. Gone
tary, which is deeply enmeshed in the Mr. Obama, not tear it down. are the days when down-
economy, and tightening restrictions Engage Cuba, representing business viscerally anti-Castro. That might
town was home to multiple
on Americans traveling to Cuba that groups, economists and leading help him get re-elected in 2020, but it chains such as I. Magnins,
Mr. Obama eased last year before his Cuba experts, has estimated that a would help no one else. Joseph Magnins, Roos
historic trip to Havana. reversal of Mr. Obamas policies Strengthening ties with Cuba can- Brothers, Levy Brothers, Livingstons. These chains are
This hard-line sanctions-based would cost the American economy not guarantee Cuban reforms, but it is gone from downtown, but also just gone. Gone are the
approach was in place for more than $6. 6 billion and affect more than the best bet. days when San Mateo had two to three movie theaters
downtown but no good restaurants.
Letters to the editor Still with all the new buildings and increased traffic, the
group still loved living in San Mateo. We did an informal
poll of their favorite places. Number one was Central
Perplexed by Foster him. Silence. contrary to our needs and wishes. Park, especially the Japanese Tea Garden. A close second
The story Councilman and school was the downtown movie theater and main library. Some
City school lawsuit Robert L. Nelson
listed: Poplar Creek Golf Course, Sawyer Creek Trail, San
district settle lawsuit (in the June 3 Foster City Mateo Elks Club, San Mateo High School, Mariners
Editor, edition of the Daily Journal) leaves one Point, Coyote Point, BelMateo Bowling, Lucettis on
I andall my Foster City friends and baffled again. Im not a lawyer, but it 25th Avenue, St. Matthews Catholic Church. These are
neighbors were baffled when Council- appears to me that the settlement does- Complimenting special places for the retired couples who attended the
lunch and have lived in the city a long, long time.
man Herb Perez filed his lawsuit ntdemand the elementary districtto do Rear View Mirror One of the benefits of living in San Mateo (or anywhere
against the San Mateo-Foster City Ele- anything required by state law or state else in California) in your own home bought before
mentary School District regarding the regulatory agencies thatit has already Proposition 13, is your very very very low property tax.
I want to compliment the column
proposednew school. agreed to do. What, if anything, is the Rear View Mirror in the Daily Some may call it senior welfare. When the city mails out its
Weve been denieda high school be- district being asked todo thatit already property tax statement it shows (or once did) that about half
Journal and the work of James Jim
cause high school district residents on mustdo or has promised to do? the people are not paying the cost of public services and the
Clifford who brings to light our local other half are paying more than their share. Thats why so
the other side of Highway 101 always Ourfamilies with young childrenex- history. I look forward to reading the many seniors stay in their homes even when their children are
voted no. They had theirs, so why pect the upcoming process between column every other Monday. Clifford grown and there are empty rooms to spare. Its too expensive
vote to be taxed for someone elses? ourcity and the elementary districtto brings wonderful stories to our atten- to move and they would have to pay a lot more for much less
Butfortunately, we have an elementary proceed unhindered. There will bea tion filled with interesting facts. All room and ambience. And thats why so many young people
district office and boardthat recognize steep price to payby anyonewho pre- of the folks I know in the local histo- find it impossible to afford a home in San Mateo.
ry community feel as I do, that Rear ***
our urgent need and are taking action. ventsus from gaining the Change is coming to the troublesome intersection of
Our need foran additional elementary urgently-needed elementary school. View Mirror is a wonderful and
State Route 92 and El Camino Real. After years of waiting
schoolis oneofour citys highest pri- Asa Foster City pioneer important part of the San Mateo Daily
for this to happen, Caltrans (the state transportation
Journal, our real local newspaper. agency) has moved in its equipment and workers. There are
orities. So, when Councilman Perez decrepit,Imreminded ofhow, years
brought his lawsuit, we looked to his ago, wehad to recall three councilmem- Wm. K. Howland delays and on-and-off closures of ramps, but this incon-
venience will be worth it once the work is done and there
fellow councilmembers to dissuade bers whose plans andactions were San Carlos will not be that long line stacked at the El Camino Real
north exit if you are heading west on 92.
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most Another major change being contemplated and discussed
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for is the creation of HOT, toll lanes, on Highway 101 between
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. Redwood City and the Interstate 380 intersection to
By combining local news and sports coverage, Interstate 280. Unlike the southern part of Highway 101,
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 there was never enough room to put in HOV lanes (two or
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Joe Rudino more passengers required during peak hours). Instead
provide our readers with the highest quality
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joy Uganiza Todd Waibel information resource in San Mateo County. Caltrans put in auxiliary lanes, those are the exit and
Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we entrance lanes to and from the freeway. Now to make room
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: choose to reflect the diverse character of this
Nicola Zeuzem, Production Manager Renee Abu-Zaghibra Robert Armstrong dynamic and ever-changing community. for new toll lanes, the auxiliary lanes would be removed.
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Joel Snyder Megan Tao
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Dave Newlands, Production Assistant Online edition at ***
Very sad news to hear about Trags Market being sold.
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Sources: Uber discussing leave for CEO Kalanick

By Bernard Condon Reuters and the tech up. Kalanick would evolve into a better leader.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS blog Recode reported the In February, former Uber engineer Susan But Huffington, a founder of Huffington
board meeting earlier. Fowler wrote on a blog that she had been Post, suggested time might be running out.
NEW YORK The board of Uber was The Wall Street Journal propositioned by her boss in a series of Hes a scrappy entrepreneur, she said
meeting Sunday to consider placing the also was citing unnamed messages on her first day of work and that during the call, but one who needed to bring
CEO of the ride-hailing company on leave, sources about the meet- superiors ignored her complaints. Uber set changes in himself and in the way he
according The New York Times and other ing. up a hotline for complaints after that and leads.
news outlets. Uber has hired the law hired the law firm of Perkins Coie to inves- The board meeting comes fresh on per-
The Times reported that three people with firm of former Attorney tigate. sonal tragedy in Kalanicks life. His moth-
knowledge of the matter have confirmed Travis Kalanick General Eric Holder to That firm checked into 215 complaints, er was killed in late May after the boat she
that Ubers board was meeting to consider review policies and rec- with 57 still under investigation. and her husband were riding in hit a rock.
recommendations from a law firm hired to ommend changes. A report by his firm, Uber has been plagued by more than sex- Kalanicks father suffered moderate
review Ubers corporate culture and that the Covington & Burling, was expected to be ual harassment complaints in recent injuries.
board may decide to put CEO Travis made public soon. months. It has been threatened by boy- The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday
Kalanick on temporary leave. Uber announced last week that it fired 20 cotts, sued and subject to a federal investi- that Chief Business Officer Emil Michael is
The newspaper said its sources requested employees for harassment problems. gation that it used a fake version of its app planning to resign as soon as Monday.
anonymity because they were not author- Under CEO Kalanick, Uber has shaken up to thwart authorities looking into whether The company has faced high turnover in
ized to speak for Uber. the taxi industry in hundreds of cities and it is breaking local laws. its top ranks. In March, Ubers president,
Uber Technologies Inc. has been rocked turned the San Francisco-based company Kalanick lost his temper earlier this year Jeff Jones, resigned after less than a year
by accusations that its management has into the worlds most valuable startup. in an argument with an Uber driver who was on the job. He said his beliefs and
fostered a workplace environment where Ubers valuation has climbed to nearly $70 complaining about pay, and Kalanicks approach to leadership were inconsis-
harassment, discrimination and bullying billion. profanity-laced comments were caught on tent with those of the company.
are left unchecked. But Kalanick has acknowledged his man- video. In addition to firing 20 employees, Uber
Uber spokesman Matt Kallman said that agement style needs improvement. The 40- In a March conference call with reporters said Tuesday that it was hiring an Apple
he wasnt sure the company would make a year-old CEO said earlier this year that he after that incident, board member Arianna marketing executive, Bozoma Saint John,
statement after the meeting. needed to fundamentally change and grow Huffington expressed confidence that to help improve its tarnished brand.

Fear of losing blueberry growers as prices drop, crop soars

By Patrick Whittle to pollinate blueberry fields, and the num- excess supply remains.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ber of beehives coming into the state Comment on Another problem is that Canada also pro-
declined by about 20 percent from 2015 to or share this story at duces wild blueberries and its difficult for
PORTLAND, Maine Members of 2016, said David Yarborough, a horticulture Maine companies to compete with the
Maines agriculture industry and state gov- professor at the University of Maine. country economically because of the weak
ernment fear the possibility of losing blue- Industry members said they are likely Canadian dollar.
berry growers due to a depression in prices looking at another year of low prices, and and others have said the state needs to find Wild blueberries are not as common in
that has made growing the beloved crop a some farmers are using less of their fields in new buyers for the blueberries to try to spur stores as the fatter cultivated blueberries,
less reliable way to make a living. anticipation of a tough summer. demand and buoy prices. State officials say but fans of the fruit tout its unique flavor
Wild blueberries are a Maine tradition on These are challenging times for the blue- wild blueberry growers in Washington and profile and higher level of antioxidants.
par with lobsters and lighthouses, but berry industry, said Homer Woodward, vice Hancock counties, the heart of blueberry About 99 percent of the crop is frozen, and
prices to farmers have plunged from nearly president of Jasper Wyman & Son, one of country, are seeing annual losses of $70 it is widely used as a food ingredient, such
a dollar a pound (0.45 kilogram) in 2011 to the Maine blueberry industrys major play- million. as in smoothies.
around 25 to 30 cents per pound (0.45 kilo- ers. Everyone is trying to rethink their One of the reasons for the drop in prices Canada and Maine, the U.S.s sole signif-
gram) last year. The number of farmers and farm management plan. and profits is a multi-year boom in harvest icant wild blueberry state, have both
acreages is holding steady, but other meas- Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican, has sub- that has led to surplus. The U.S. Department churned out high levels of the crop in recent
ures show a decline in effort on farms, state mitted a state budget proposal that would of Agriculture stepped in last year and allot- years, Yarborough said.
officials said. use $2.5 million in state money to market ted up to $13 million to buy surplus Maine The two jurisdictions produced 400 mil-
For example, bees are imported to Maine agricultural products such as blueberries. He blueberries and help stabilize prices. But lion pounds of wild blueberries last year.

U.S. official makes brief appearance at G7 international environment summit

By Paolo Santalucia before returning to Washington for a Italys environment minister, Gian Luca Jerry Brown to demonstrate that Germany is
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cabinet meeting, U.S. officials said. Galletti, who is leading the G-7 environ- prepared to work with individual U.S. states
Before his departure, Pruitts counterparts ment meeting in Bologna, said that despite if Trump refuses to be part of the Paris effort
BOLOGNA, Italy Top environment from Britain, France, Germany, Canada, the split, dialogue had to continue, includ- any longer.
officials from the Group of Seven wealthy Japan and Italy expressed their disappoint- ing on other environmental issues such as California is a member of the Under 2
democracies met Sunday in Italy amid ongo- ment at President Donald Trumps recent ocean pollution. Coalition , a group of 175 states and cities
ing differences between the U.S. and other decision to pull the U.S. out of the 2015 Among those pushing hardest to main- that aim to help keep global warming below
members of the club over how to deal with Paris Agreement. tain international momentum on combating 2 degrees Celsius, a threshold scientists say
climate change. The other six countries in the G-7 all global warming is Germany, which hosts is necessary to prevent catastrophic climate
Scott Pruitt, head of the U. S. agreed at last months political summit of this years annual climate summit in change.
Environmental Protection Agency, attended national leaders in Sicily to work toward November. Environment Minister Barbara In a snipe, Hendricks ministry on Friday
the first few hours of the two-day summit making the Paris climate accord effective. Hendricks met Friday with California Gov. posted a fact check of Trumps speech.

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Mexico in World Cup qualifier
Monday June 12, 2017

Let him play! Let him play!

This year Draymond Green will be on the court for Game 5 of NBA Finals
By Janie McCauley Green on the court to start Game 5 this time. They are up 3-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 in the best-of-seven series again. LeBron James and
Cleveland, looking down and out only days ago in an 0-3
OAKLAND A year ago for Game 5 of hole, now have some momentum after winning Game 4 and
the NBA Finals, Golden State general they will try to stave off elimination once more.
manager Bob Myers sat alongside sus- We won three games in a row in the Finals and 15 in a
pended forward Draymond Green next- row overall in the playoffs, you just think its going to hap-
door to Oracle Arena in a suite at the pen, Green said Sunday. And then all of a sudden you get
Oakland Athletics game. slapped in the face. Its like, Whoa. You remember what
Myers told Green: Lets not do this Bob Myers can be, what can happen.
again. Golden State would rather forget that monumental collapse KEN BLAZE/USA TODAY SPORTS
On Monday night, the Warriors will try again to close out Draymond Green defends against Cavs guard Kyrie Irving
their second championship in three years with the fiery See DUBS, Page 14 during Game 4 of the NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena.

Penguins repeat
Giants 13, Twins 8

Giants erupt to
By Teresa M. Walker
roll past Twins

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Sidney Crosby is

bringing the Stanley Cup back home to
in series finale
By Michael Wagaman
Pittsburgh for a second consecutive year. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Patric Hornqvist scored with 1:35 left and
Matt Murray made 27 saves for his second SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco
straight shutout as the Penguins became the Giants busted out of their offensive slump
NHLs first team in nearly two decades to without a couple of key players.
repeat as champions following a 2-0 win Buster Posey led the way.
over the Nashville Predators in Game 6 on Posey had three hits and four RBIs, Hunter
Sunday night. Pence added three doubles and scored three
The Penguins won their fifth title all of times, and the Giants beat the Minnesota
which have been clinched on the road to Twins 13-8 Sunday to
tie the Wayne Gretzky-Mark Messier-era avoid a three-game sweep.
Edmonton Oilers for sixth on the all-time Eduardo Nunez also had
list. The Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 98 three hits and scored
were the last champion to defend their title, three times while rookie
but the Penguins are the first to do it in the Austin Slater had three
salary cap era. hits and a career-high
We knew it was going to be tough all year, four RBIs to help the
but we just tried to keep with it, said Crosby, Giants win for the fourth
who won his second Conn Smythe Trophy as
postseason MVP. We had a lot of injuries Buster Posey time in 12 games.
The way we swung the
and things like that. We just kept finding bats, especially with runners in scoring
ways. That was really what we did all season, position ... everybody did something,
all playoffs. Its great to be able to do it. manager Bruce Bochy said. Any time you
Hornqvist scored off Nashville goalie sit regulars like that and you get a win and
Pekka Rinnes left elbow to end the scoreless come from behind, thats nice. Those guys
game. Nashville challenged for goalie inter- needed at-bats and had big days for us.
ference, but the goal was upheld. With Rinne San Francisco had been held to two runs
pulled for an extra attacker, Carl Hagelin set over the first two games of the series before
off a bench celebration with an empty netter setting season highs for hits (17) and scor-
with 13.6 seconds left. ing. The Giants also had a San Francisco
Nashville lost for just the first time in reg- record-tying eight doubles despite Bochy
ulation on home ice this postseason. holding shortstop Brandon Crawford, cen-
Colton Sissons had a goal erased by a ter fielder Denard Span and second baseman
whistle 67 seconds into the second period. Joe Panik out of the starting lineup.
The Predators went 0 of 4 with the man advan- Posey, who entered the day with the
tage, including 32 seconds of a 5-on-3 in the fourth-best batting average in the majors,
third. had an RBI groundout in the first, a run-scor-
Forget a golden anniversary: The Penguins ing single in the fifth and a key two-run dou-
will cap their 50th season with their names ble in the seventh.
on the most famous silver cup in sports Kelby Tomlinson singled and scored twice
again. It is also the third championship for in a rare appearance batting leadoff for San
Crosby and a handful of teammates from the Francisco. Slater, who made his major
2009 title team, surpassing the two won by JERRY LAI/USA TODAY SPORTS league debut on June 2, had a bases-loaded
Penguins left wing Carl Hagelin celebrates after scoring an empty net goal against the Nashville
See CUP, Page 16 Predators in the closing seconds of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final at Bridgestone Arena. See GIANTS, Page 13

Nadal wins record 10th French Open

By Howard Fendrich Garros began, Nadals Overwhelmingly good from start to finish in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS drought without a Grand Sundays final, and for the entire two weeks,
Slam title was stretch- Nadal won his record 10th French Open title
PARIS As he sat in front of a TV to ing to three full years. with a 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 victory over 2015
watch last years French Open final, side- It was difficult, said champion Stan Wawrinka.
lined by an injured left wrist, Rafael Nadal Nadals uncle and coach, Call it a Perfect 10.
had no way to know for sure, of course, that Toni. We were asking Or as the Nadals preferred: La Decima,
he would return to the height of his powers. ourselves whether he Spanish for The Tenth.
For the second time in a row, the most would be able achieve I play my best at all events, but the feel-
BENOIT TESSIER/REUTERS important match at the most important Stan Wawrinka this one more time. ing here is impossible to describe. Its
Rafael Nadal in action Sunday en route to his clay-court tournament was being contested Turned out he could,
championship win at the French Open. without him. As the 2017 edition at Roland and he did, as masterful as at any time. See TENNIS, Page 16
12 Monday June 12, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Twins hoping for more Mauer magic with No. 1 pick MLB NO. 1 DRAFT PICKS
2016 Mickey Moniak, of (Philadelphia Phillies)
By Jon Krawczynski Falvey and I recognize theres focus on go with Mauer. And despite his 2015 Dansby Swanson, ss (Arizona)
2014 Brady Aiken, lhp (Houston Astros)
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GM Thad pick 1, and I get why, Falvey hometown roots, there was plenty 2013 Mark Appel, rhp (Houston Astros)
Levine have said. But its important for us to of criticism for a franchise that had 2012 Carlos Correa, ss (Houston Astros)
2011 Gerrit Cole, rhp (Pittsburgh Pirates)
MINNEAPOLIS The last time said they do not focus on scouting the entire draft, gained a reputation for pinching 2010 Bryce Harper, c-of (Washington Nationals)
the Minnesota Twins had the No. 1 believe this because thats the life blood of pennies. As he has with most other 2009 Stephen Strasburg, rhp (Washington)
years class has building a championship-caliber controversies throughout his career, 2008 Tim Beckham, ss (Tampa Bay Rays)
pick in Major League Baseballs 2007 David Price, lhp (Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
draft, they were trying to decide a Bryce Harper- organization: scouting and player Mauer never let that get to him. 2006 Luke Hochevar, rhp (Kansas City Royals)
between a cant-miss pitching type prospect, development. We joke and say it was a long 2005 Justin Upton, ss (Arizona Diamondbacks)
2004 Matt Bush, ss (San Diego Padres)
prospect and a hometown hero the kind of The situation they find them- time ago, but it doesnt feel like it 2003 Delmon Young, of (Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
they hoped would one day help surefire star selves in now is eerily similar to was that long ago, he said with a 2002 Bryan Bullington, rhp (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Kyle Wright that can where they were in 2001, coming chuckle of a draft that happened 16 2001 Joe Mauer, c (Minnesota Twins)
them dig out of a decade of futility. 2000 Adrian Gonzalez, 1b (Florida Marlins)
It was an excruciating decision become the face of the franchise. off of a 69-93 finish that was their years ago last week. I just remem- 1999 Josh Hamilton, rf-lhp (Tampa Bay)
between USC ace Mark Prior and St. Options for them included eighth straight losing season. But ber being excited. Theres not too 1998 Pat Burrell, 3b (Philadelphia Phillies)
1997 Matt Anderson, rhp (Detroit Tigers)
Paul prep catcher Joe Mauer, one California high school standout a young core was coming into its many of us. To have your home- 1996 Kris Benson, rhp (Pittsburgh Pirates)
that had team executives flip-flop- Hunter Greene, Vanderbilt right- own, and the Twins won 85 games town team, your favorite team, 1995 Darin Erstad, of-1B (California Angels)
1994 Paul Wilson, rhp (N.Y. Mets)
ping until the moment the clock hander Kyle Wright and Louisville the same season they chose Mauer have the No. 1 pick is rare. It was 1993 Alex Rodriguez, ss (Seattle Mariners)
started on that June afternoon. first baseman and left-hander No. 1 overall, a bounce-back that just exciting. 1992 Phil Nevin, 3b (Houston Astros)
Brendan McKay. paved the way for a run of six AL Prior reached the big leagues in 1991 Brien Taylor, lhp (N.Y. Yankees)
Sixteen years later, the Twins 1990 Chipper Jones, ss (Atlanta Braves)
have the first overall pick again. I dont know that theres one Central titles in nine seasons. 2002 and was an All-Star in his 1989 Ben McDonald, rhp (Baltimore Orioles)
If they connect Monday night, as that stands out from the rest, Mauer was a local legend, a second season with the Cubs. But 1988 Andy Benes, rhp (San Diego Padres)
1987 Ken Griffey Jr., of (Seattle Mariners)
they did in 2001, another renais- Falvey said. It may come to pass three-sport star who struck out just he developed arm problems two 1986 Jeff King, inf (Pittsburgh Pirates)
sance could be around the corner. that over the next couple of weeks once in his four years a prep pow- years later and has not pitched in 1985 B.J. Surhoff, c (Milwaukee Brewers)
1984 Shawn Abner, of (N.Y. Mets)
Its a rare opportunity that you during the meetings we feel there erhouse Cretin Derham-Hall. He the majors since 2006. 1983 Tim Belcher, rhp (Minnesota Twins)
get this chance and you want to really is separation. But as it was the kind of unassuming, aw- Mauer zoomed through the 1982 Shawon Dunston, ss (Chicago Cubs)
stands right now, as we go into it, shucks personality that grows on minors as well, first getting called 1981 Mike Moore, rhp (Seattle Mariners)
get it right as best you can, man- 1980 Darryl Strawberry, of (N.Y. Mets)
ager Paul Molitor said. we think there are a lot of good trees in these parts, an understated up in 2004. He was one of the best- 1979 Al Chambers, of (Seattle Mariners)
Its the first major decision for players to be talking about, and star for an understated franchise. hitting catchers baseball has ever 1978 Bob Horner, 3b (Atlanta Braves)
1977 Harold Baines, of (Chicago White Sox)
new chief baseball officer Derek well go from there. On the other end of the spectrum seen, a three-time batting champi- 1976 Floyd Bannister, lhp (Houston Astros)
Falvey, the fresh-faced, 34-year- Ever the pragmatist, though, was Prior, the flame-thrower with on and the AL MVP in 2009. 1975 Danny Goodwin, c (California Angels)
Injuries contributed to a steep 1974 Bill Almon, inf (San Diego Padres)
old who was brought in from Falvey sees opportunities through- an outspoken father who made it 1973 David Clyde, lhp (Texas Rangers)
Cleveland this winter to energize a out the draft to bolster a farm sys- clear that whichever team drafted decline in production for Mauer 1972 Dave Roberts, inf (San Diego Padres)
tem that has been picked clean with him should have a spot for him on over the previous three seasons, 1971 Danny Goodwin, c (Chicago White Sox)
Twins front office that was well- 1970 Mike Ivie, c (San Diego Padres)
respected, but has endured a six- the promotions of promising the 40-man roster right away, and but his resurgence this season has 1969 Jeff Burroughs, of (Washington Senators)
year playoff drought that bot- youngsters Miguel Sano, Byron should be ready to pay a premium dovetailed with a surprising start 1968 Tim Foli, inf (N.Y. Mets)
1967 Ron Blomberg, 1b (N.Y. Yankees)
tomed out with last seasons 103 Buxton, Jose Berrios, Max Kepler to bring him in. for the Twins, who are in first place 1966 Steve Chilcott, c (N.Y. Mets)
losses. and Jorge Polanco. The Twins ultimately decided to in the AL Central division. 1965 Rick Monday, of (Kansas City Athletics)

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MLB briefs
Coulombe, As throw away series finale against Rays Judges 20th an epic 495-foot bomb
By Mark Didtler
Rays 5, As 4 NEW YORK Rookie sensation Aaron
Judge hit two more home runs, including a
high 62nd. The Athletics of a two-on, no-out jam. drive nearly 500 feet that cleared the distant
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Mallex Smith are 9-23, including 1-7 Oakland loaded the bases with one out in
is fitting in nicely with the Tampa Bay bleachers at Yankee Stadium and sent New
in one-run games, on the the ninth before Alex Colome retired Jed York romping past Baltimore 14-3 Sunday
Rays. road. Lowrie and Khris Davis for his 18th save.
Smith had three hits and used his speed to for its fifth straight win.
Its been frustrating, Stephen Vogt had three RBIs for Oakland,
set up the go-ahead run and the Rays took Even by his lofty feats, it was quite a power
Oakland manager Bob which has lost eight consecutive road
three of four from the Oakland Athletics show by the 6-foot-7
Melvin said. series. The previous time the Athletics had a
with a 5-4 victory Sunday. worst stretch was in 1986 when they Judge. He leads the majors
Mallex Smith Smith, recalled from
with 21 homers and tops
Smith had a bunt single leading off the Triple-A Durham on dropped nine in a row.
seventh and went to third after reliever Davis drove in a run with a single in the the AL with 47 RBIs and a
Friday to fill in for injured Gold Glove cen-
Daniel Coulombe (0-1) was charged with an ter fielder Kevin Kiermaier, also walked and sixth to put Oakland 4-3, but Colby Rasmus .344 batting average.
error for an errant throw to first that ended went 8 for 14 in the series. pulled Tampa Bay even in the bottom of the In the sixth, Judge
up in the right-field corner. Tampa Bay went Just another strong game on his part, inning with a solo homer. launched a mammoth shot
ahead 5-4 when Corey Dickerson hit a sacri- Rays manager Kevin Cash said. Vogt had a two-run single in the second to left-center field that was
fice fly on the next pitch. Kiermaier is expected to miss at least two and made it 3-0 with a fourth-inning RBI estimated at 495 feet, the
Just see if he can make a play, Smith months with a broken right hip. double. Aaron Judge longest homer in the
said about his decision for the bunt. Chase Whitley (2-1) replaced Chris The Athletics lost twice in the series after majors this season,
The error was Oaklands major league- Archer in the top of seventh and worked out going up by three runs. according to Statcast. The ball bounced off the
bare hands of a fan standing behind a fence
beyond the back row of the bleachers.

the win. His stuff was really good. He just hadnt
pitched in a while and I expected some rust. Then Judge lined a drive into the right-
Eduardo Escobar and Byron Buxton home- center seats in his next at-bat, and also dou-
red for Minnesota. Matt Belisle (0-1) got bled earlier.
two outs and was charged with four runs and Trainers room The 25-year-old Judge leads all American
Continued from page 11 four hits. Madison Bumgarner threw 30 pitches off a League players in fan voting for starting spots
We had a lead late, Twins manager Paul mound before the game and looked good, in the All-Star Game. The outfielder enhanced
triple in the ninth. Molitor said. Unfortunately a walk in the according to Bochy, who said that the left- his credentials by going 4 for 4 with a walk,
Today was a good game offensively, seventh turned into a disastrous seventh and hander could face hitters next weekend when scoring four times and driving in three.
said Posey, who raised his average to .347. we couldnt control them after that. the team plays in Colorado. It was
Hopefully were going in the right direc- Bumgarners second time throwing off a Scherzer records 2,000th strikeout
tion. When we were able to get the lead, it Dysons debut mound since suffering a separated left shoul-
WASHINGTON Max Scherzer struck out
seemed like guys were taking good, aggres- Reliever Sam Dyson didnt have the best der and bruised ribs in dirt bike accident on
10 to move past 2,000 for his career, but
sive swings after that. of luck during his Giants debut. The former April 20.
was outpitched by Austin Bibens-Dirkx and
Pence bounced back after striking out Texas closer failed to retire a batter in the the Texas Rangers beat the Washington
three times Saturday and again in his first at- ninth and was charged with three runs, two Up next Nationals 5-1 on Sunday for a sweep of their
bat Sunday. He had an RBI double in the sev- earned. Posey committed an error in the Giants left-hander Ty Blach (4-3, 3.64 weekend series.
enth and in the ninth. The veteran right inning. ERA) makes his 10th start since replacing Scherzer (7-4) has 2,005 career strikeouts
fielder had been 7 for 51 before breaking out He got a couple groundballs we couldnt Bumgarner in the rotation when San after fanning at least 10 batters 10 times
against the Twins. handle, Bochy said. He just had some bad Francisco opens a two-game series against this season. He allowed three runs two
Josh Osich (1-1) retired three batters for luck unfortunately for him. Hell be fine. the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday. earned and three hits in 7 1/3 innings.

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Holyfield DUBS
one road game in 29 straight postseason
Golden State knows it too must make
adjustments, including getting a hand in the

Continued from page 11

last year, when Greens absence for Game 5

face of the Cavs sharpshooters after surren-
dering a Finals record 24 3-pointers Friday,
seven of those by Irving during his 40-
point masterpiece. Warriors coach Steve
because of flagrant foul point accumulation
helped swing the series. He took a swipe at Kerr said it all starts with better on-ball
CANASTOTA, N.Y. The Real Deal James groin in Game 4 after the Cavaliers defense.
delivered one more time. superstar stepped over him. Durant said he can accept when Cleveland
Evander Holyfield, boxings only four- Myers chose to stay with Green as he sat hits a contested 3, but not those when
time world heavyweight champion, was out that game last June. nobody closes out so shooters have ample
greeted with a standing time and long, open looks.
ovation on Sunday at his When we were there last year I think I
looked at him and said: Lets just never do You can make a sandwich before some-
induction into the body even gets out there, Durant said of
International Boxing Hall this again. Lets make sure youre playing
and I get to watch. This doesnt feel right, how it seemed in Game 4.
of Fame, and he punctuat- Green has stayed just on the right side of
ed the moment with a lets avoid this, move forward, Myers KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS
recalled. Whatever hes doing, he should Draymond Green reacts during the first half the line this postseason, not in danger of an
heartfelt speech that automatic suspension for technicals or fla-
focused on the significant keep doing it. And look, he hasnt lost any in Game 4 of the NBA Finals last Friday.
of the intensity and he hasnt lost his edge. year ago on the way to the citys first major grant accumulation.
contributions to his long
Thats the hardest challenge, when you team sports title in 52 years. Sure, it will be Maybe more measured, Myers said,
career made by his mother
Evander and his siblings. have that type of emotions, to channel it. a tall task in Oakland with a motivated comparing Green from last year to now.
Holyfield This Hall of Fame And hes really been able to do that. Like I Kevin Durant trying to capture his first Hes confining his intensity in a more nar-
said, I think because of experience. career title and playing like a possible row lane, meaning sometimes he would
thing is all about the help I got from some-
one else, said Holyfield, the youngest of Green said his suspension conversation Finals MVP. spill over in areas. But hes learned how to
nine children. My mother would have been with Myers is a moment I remember like it We know that champions dont die. They focus that intensity. And also perspective
so happy. was yesterday, Ill never forget it. dont just lay down and die, Durant said. and experience. Theres no substitute for
Holyfields impressive career spanned If the Warriors can close out the tough-to- The Cavs showed what theyre capable of experiencing winning a championship and
more than three decades and included a bronze eliminate Cavs on Monday, they would doing when everything clicks on both losing one for what else you need to know
medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics, undis- become the first Bay Area team to capture a ends, scoring a record 86 points in the first as a player.
puted cruiserweight and heavyweight titles, championship at home since the As fin- half of Fridays 137-116 win to extend the James, too, understands. Hes been on
and two memorable fights against Mike ished the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 of series and postpone any Warriors plans for both sides the previous two years.
Tyson and another against Riddick Bowe. He the 1974 World Series. a victory parade. He was asked whether this might be the
had an amateur record of 160-14 with 75 James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love But that was in Cleveland. game the Warriors feel they must get.
knockouts and finished his professional know they arent out of this yet after all, We have to be 20 times better in this No, I feel this is the game weve got to
career at 44-10-2 with 29 knockouts. they came back from a daunting deficit a building, said James, who has won at least get, he said, or its over.

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Bradleys stunning early goal helps U.S. to 1-1 tie at Mexico
By Ronald Blum Bradley ran to the endline and raised the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS badge on his jersey to the several thousand
red-white-and-blue-clad fans.
MEXICO CITY Michael Bradley scored He became just the fifth American to score
a stunning early goal from about 40 yards at Azteca, joining Michael Orozco (2012),
and the U.S. hung on for a 1-1 tie against Charlie Davies (2009), Eddie Lewis (2005),
Mexico in a World Cup qualifier on Sunday Ricky Davis (1980), Willy Roy (1972).
night, gaining only its third point at Azteca Bobby Wood failed in to knock in an open
Stadium as coach Bruce shot from close range that could have made
Arena changed seven it 2-0, and Vela scored on a counterattack.
starters and used a five- Ochoa made a long outlet throw to
man defense to overcome Hernandez, who passed to Vela on the right
the thin air and short flank. He dribbled around DaMarcus Beasley
recovery time. and across the top of the penalty area, and
Bradley put the U.S. from the arc beat Guzan.
ahead in the sixth minute Fans booed and whistled The Star-
when he deflected a poor Spangled Banner, as usual when the
backpass by Mexican star Americans play in Mexico, and there was an
Michael Javier Hernandez and cre- occasional T-shirt disparaging U.S.
Bradley ated his own breakaway. President Donald Trump.
Carlos Vela tied the score in the 23rd A downpour began during second-half
minute with a 23-yard shot that beat goal- injury time.
keeper Brad Guzan to the near post, and Guzan took over in goal from Tim Howard,
Hector Herrera nearly put El Tri ahead in the and Beasley, Tim Ream and Omar Gonzalez
71st with a 30-yard free kick that rebounded joined the back line in a 5-4-1 formation.
off the crossbar. Kellyn Acosta and Paul Arriola were in mid-
HENRY ROMERO/REUTERS field and Wood at forward. In addition to
With its second draw in three road quali-
fiers, the U.S. continued to recover from its U.S. defender DeAndre Yedlin, left, and Mexicos Hirving Lozano battle for possession in Bradley, 18-year-old midfielder Christian
awful 0-2 start last fall and prompted chants Sundays 1-1 tie at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. Pulisic remained in the lineup along with
of U-S-A! from the American Outlaws sec- Costa Rica is home against T&T. as nine changes. He decided on the five-man right back DeAndre Yedlin and center back
tion in the upper deck. I feel good about where we are, Arena backline as early as January. Geoff Cameron.
Its a shame to give away the goal that we said. We made up some lost ground. Bradley, one of just four holdovers in the Beasley at 35 became the first American to
did, Bradley said. Any time you can get a Mexico was trying to sweep the U.S. starting lineup from Thursday nights appear in qualifiers of five World Cup cycles.
point here its great. ... Now we can move Americans in a qualifying cycle for the first 2-0 home win over Trinidad, stunned the He had not started for the U.S. since the
ourselves forward. time 1972. The U.S. was 0-19-1 in Mexico boisterous crowd of about 81,000. Hector October 2015 loss to Mexico in a playoff
Mexico leads the final round of the North City getting outscored 81-14 before a Moreno passed to Hernandez, who passed for a Confederations Cup berth..
and Central American and Caribbean region 1-0 exhibition win in 2012. The U.S. held back for Herrera in the center circle. Mexico was trying to sweep the
with 14 points, followed by Costa Rica Mexico to 0-0 in qualifiers at Azteca in 1997 Reading the play, Bradley quickly stepped Americans in a qualifying cycle for the first
(eight), the U.S. (seven), Panama (six), and 2013, up and knocked the ball toward Mexicos time 1972.
Honduras (four) and Trinidad and Tobago With Estadio Azteca at 7,820 feet above goal. Bradley sprinted to catch up with the Bradley is encouraged by the Americans
three. The top three advance to next years sea level and just two off days between ball, and when he reached it lofted a right- progress under Arena.
World Cup in Russia, and the fourth-place games, Arena paid close attention to recov- footed shot from about 40 yards over goal- Look, we were pretty honest with our-
team faces Asias No. 5 nation in a playoff. ery time and tested his rosters depth. On keeper Guillermo Ochoas outstretched left selves and we had let a lot of little things
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Bolt bids farewell in Jamaica Sports brief increased his haul to 15 Grand After a fourth-round loss on bad

KINGSTON, Jamaica World

record holder Usain Bolt has bid
of our sport, and
has encouraged
TENNIS Slam trophies, breaking a tie with
Pete Sampras for second place in
the history of mens tennis,
knees in 2009, he grabbed five
consecutive French Opens 2010-
14. A quarterfinal loss in 2015
farewell to the tracks of his native so many young Continued from page 11 behind only rival Roger Federers ended that run, and then came last
Jamaica, winning a 100-meter race people to our 18. years injury.
amid fireworks and honors. sport. It marked a stirring return to the On Sunday, the conditions were
impossible to compare it to
Some 30,000 people attended the Bolt finished top for Nadal at the site he loves exactly to the liking of a guy who
another place, Nadal said. The
JN Racers Grand Prix race, labeled Saturday nights the most: He is 79-2 at the French grew up on the island of Mallorca
nerves, the adrenaline, I feel on
Tribute to a Legend. Among them 100-meter Open, 102-2 in all best-of-five- and still enjoys fishing in his
the court are impossible to com-
were IAAF President Sebastian Coe sprint with a set matches on clay. down time. The sun was shining,
pare to another feeling. This is the
and Jamaican Prime Minister time of 10.03, most important event in my Nadal leads the tour with four there was barely a trace of cloud in
Usain Bolt the bright blue sky and the tem-
Andrew Holness. well short of his career. titles and 43 match wins this sea-
The IAAF website quoted Coe as nearly eight-year-old world record son and will rise to No. 2 in the perature was about 85 degrees (30
saying he was there just to thank of 9.58., but equal to his first 100- Not only did Nadal win every set ATP rankings Monday. Celsius).
someone who has changed the face meter race 10 years ago. he played in the tournament, he Nadal is no longer the 19-year- Wawrinka insisted a five-set
dropped a total of only 35 games, old who won the French Open in semifinal win Friday over No. 1-
the second fewest by any man on his debut in 2005, wearing long ranked Andy Murray did not take
the way to any title at a major
NBA FINALS GLANCE tournament with all matches
white pirate shorts, his flowing
locks wrapped by a white head-
anything out of him physically.
The problem against Nadal,
Warriors 3, Cleveland 1 Friday, June 9: Cleveland 137, Golden State 116 being best-of-five-sets in the band, his sleeveless shirt reveal- Wawrinka said, was more mental.
Thursday, June 1: Warriors 113, Cleveland 91 x-Monday, June 12: Cleveland at Warriors, 6 p.m. Open era, which dates to 1968. ing bulging biceps. Now he is 31, He puts this doubt in your head
Sunday, June 4: Warriors 132, Cleveland 113 x-Thursday, June 15: Warriors at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
Wed., June 7: Warriors 118, Cleveland 113 x-Sunday, June 18: Cleveland at Warriors, 5 p.m. No other man or woman has the shorts are shorter, the hair when you play against him, said
won 10 championships at the more closely cropped, the shirt Wawrinka, who had been 3-0 in
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE same major in the Open era. has sleeves. His game? Better. Grand Slam finals, including a
Along with improving to 10-0 in Nadal won again at Roland victory over Nadal at the 2014
East Division East Division
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB finals at Roland Garros, Nadal Garros in 2006, 2007 and 2008. Australian Open.
New York 37 23 .617 Washington 38 21 .644
Boston 34 28 .548 4 Atlanta 26 32 .448 11 1/2

Tampa Bay 34 32 .515 6 Miami 26 33 .441 12 something neither Patrick Roy, Anaheim, with only captain Mike
Baltimore 31 30 .508 6 1/2 New York 25 32 .439 12 Ken Dryden or Cam Ward ever man- Fisher carrying any Cup Final
Toronto 31 32 .492 7 1/2 Philadelphia 21 37 .362 16 1/2
Central Division Central Division aged, but the 23-year-old Murray experience on the roster.
Minnesota 32 27 .542 Milwaukee 32 29 .525 finished this Cup Final shutting The stingy Predators found
Cleveland 31 29 .517 1 1/2 Chicago 30 29 .508 1 Continued from page 11 out Nashville for the final 126:52.
Detroit 30 32 .484 3 1/2 Cincinnati 29 30 .492 2 Pittsburgh was up to the task, with
Kansas City 28 34 .452 5 1/2 St. Louis 26 32 .448 4 1/2 The loss ended the upstart the Penguins taking the first two
Chicago 26 35 .426 7 Pittsburgh 26 34 .433 5 1/2
West Division West Division the Penguins teams led by current Predators deepest playoff run in games on home ice. Nashville
Houston 44 20 .688 Colorado 39 23 .629 owner Mario Lemieux in the the franchises 19-year history and roared back at home to even things
Angels 33 33 .500 12 Arizona 37 25 .597 2
Seattle 31 33 .484 13 Los Angeles 36 25 .590 2 1/2 1990s. one that became the talk of the up, but the Penguins routed
Texas 30 32 .484 13 Giants 25 37 .403 14 And its the second championship town far beyond Music City, cat- Nashville to set up Game 6.
As 27 36 .429 16 1/2 San Diego 23 38 .377 15 1/2
in 18 months for coach Mike fish and all. The Penguins ruined Nashvilles
Sundays Games Sundays Games Sullivan, who has yet to lose a play-
N.Y. Yankees 14, Baltimore 3 Having won just three of 12 big party where the game coincided
N.Y.Mets 2, Atlanta 1 off series since taking over after
Cleveland 4, Chicago White Sox 2 Pittsburgh 3, Miami 1 playoff series before this year, with the final night of CMA Music
Tampa Bay 5, Oakland 4 St.Louis 6, Philadelphia 5 Mike Johnston was fired. Sullivan Nashville opened this postseason Festival, bringing more than
Angels 12, Houston 6
San Francisco 13, Minnesota 8
Chicago Cubs 7, Colorado 5 is the first American-born coach to by eliminating the top-seeded 100,000 to downtown Nashville.
San Francisco 13, Minnesota 8
Texas 5, Washington 1
Texas 5,Washington 1 win the Cup not once, but twice. Chicago Blackhawks in four Country star Luke Bryan serenaded
Toronto 4, Seattle 0
Kansas City 8, San Diego 3 Arizona 11, Milwaukee 1 Matt Murray became the first games. In doing so, the Predators fans from the rooftop of a honky-
Detroit 8, Boston 3 L.A.Dodgers 9, Cincinnati 7 goalie to win not one, but two
Mondays Games Kansas City 8, San Diego 3 became the first eighth-seeded tonk in a performance that kicked
Phils (Eickhoff 0-7) at Boston (Porcello 3-8), 4:10 p.m. Mondays Games Stanley Cups as a rookie after team to sweep a first-round series off the television broadcast, and he
Os (Miley 2-3) at ChiSox (Pelfrey 2-5), 5:10 p.m. Atlanta (Foltynewicz 4-5) at Nats (Strasburg 7-2),4:05 p.m. being a late-season call up a year since the current playoff format also sang a four-song set for fans
Seattle (Gallardo 2-6) at Twins (Mejia 1-1), 5:10 p.m. Rox (Freeland 7-3) at Pittsburgh (Taillon 2-1), 4:05 p.m. ago and didnt play enough games
Texas (Darvish 5-4) at Astros (Musgrove 4-4),5:10 p.m. Cubs (Lackey 4-6) at NYM (deGrom 4-3), 4:10 p.m. was introduced in 1994. Nashville inside and outside the arena an hour
NYY (Tanaka 5-6) at Angels (Meyer 2-3), 7:07 p.m. Reds (Arroyo 3-4) at Padres (Perdomo 0-3), 7:10 p.m. to get that tag removed. Thats went through St. Louis and then before face-off.
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Big news: Shhhhh!
y recent column about the thriving marketplace
for wild animals coincided with a friend sending
an article from Science magazine (sci-
draws-reluctant-support). Let me summarize.
From the article: The extent to which rare animal poach-
ers piggyback on scientic research became clear to Mark
Auliya soon after he published a 2012 paper announcing
the discovery of the Borneo earless monitor lizard in a new
part of the southeast Asian island. (Now while most folks Wonder Woman was again the worlds favorite movie, following an historic opening weekend.
might not give two gs or frogs about
such a discovery, a scientists job is to
learn about the universe and tell each
Wonder Woman buries The Mummy at box office
other, and us, what they nd. Regardless of By Jake Coyle The poor North American opening for The Mummy,
whether this discovery leads to that ani- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS which cost an estimated $125 million to produce, meant a
mals long-term survival, improved the weak start for Universals ballyhooed Dark Universe.
health of the habitat, some greater appli- NEW YORK Tom Cruise was no match for Wonder The Mummy is intended to launch a new, Marvel-style
cation to human health stranger con- Woman. connected franchise that resurrects many of the famous mon-
nections have been made or just ends up Warner Bros. Wonder Woman wrapped up Cruises The ster characters - including Frankenstein, Dracula and The
being only important if you care about Mummy at the weekend box office, pulling in an estimated Invisible Man -from the studios vaults.
Borneo earless monitor lizards, this is what science is $57.2 million in North American theaters, according to stu- Universal could still point to strong ticket sales interna-
about). Back to the story: the biologist who made the dis- dio estimates Sunday. Universals The Mummy looked its tionally, where The Mummy grossed $141.8 million in 63
covery and published the paper was purposely vague about age, selling a relatively feeble $32.2 million in tickets in territories, including $52.2 million in China. According to
the location, as the author notes, in an attempt to shield its debut weekend. Universal, its the biggest worldwide opening for Cruise.
the animal from collectors and their suppliers. That couldnt compete with Wonder Woman in its sec- His star power now shines brightest overseas, where audi-
Nevertheless, within a year, the lizard was turning up out- ond weekend. The Gal Gadot superhero film, directed by ences have been more forgiving of the actors baggage.
side Borneo. For sale. Patty Jenkins, has quickly earned $205 million domestical- But critics slammed the film, directed by Alex Kurtzman; it
The link is well established: scientists discover a new ly in two weeks. has a dismal 17 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
species of plant or animal (or, as in this case, a new place
where theyre found), publish their ndings, only to learn
that theyve drawn a treasure map for smugglers who know
that there are collectors will pay a very good price to possess
such a rare specimen.
As such, some scientists are now urging that such discov-
eries not be shared or, more accurately, that critical details
which would specify the locations not be shared in arti-
cles announcing those discoveries. A controversial sugges-
tion since, as I said before, making and sharing discoveries
is what scientists do, and a sad indictment of our species
predilection to place a price tag on everything.
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believed the project will align nicely with
the measures intent.
Obviously [residents] recognize the
No stranger to development in San
Bruno, Ghielmettis company sold the for-
mer El Camino Real Theater at 406 San
There will be a lot of good outreach and
opportunities for folks to comment, but
benefit of bringing good housing stock Mateo Ave. to Sares Regis for develop- we are really excited about this, said
into downtown to inject people and activ- ment into 83 apartments and 7,000 square Ghielmetti.
yet to be determined how many square feet ity into the area, said Ghielmetti, refer- feet of retail space. He said the builder is planning to submit
will be set aside for stores. ring to the 67 percent of voters who sup- We have experience directly and recent- formal plans with an eye on getting it
Considering the projects central loca- ported Measure N, boosting allowable ly working with elected officials and city through the planning department and
tion and high visibility, Ghielmetti said building height from 50 to 90 feet near the staff and stakeholders to build consensus approved by officials next year, under
great care will be given to assuring it is train station, and lower in surrounding in town, and we will try to do that for this hopes of breaking ground before 2019.
aesthetically pleasing and architecturally areas. proposed project, he said. Plans are still in their formative stages
interesting. Ghielmetti said the development stands Both projects mark the largest residen- though, said Ghielmetti, and feedback
Groundwork is laid by voters approving to offer additional benefits by offsetting tial developments proposed recently near from city staff, elected officials and the
Measure N in 2014, allowing the construc- the regional jobs and housing imbalance, downtown San Bruno. public could influence the final design.
tion of taller buildings in and around through contributing more living spaces Ghielmetti said representatives from the We are still early in the process, so Im
downtown San Bruno under an effort to to a county starved for available homes. development company have already start- sure the project will evolve, he said.
rejuvenate the citys commercial corridor. There is certainly a housing crisis and ed hosting community discussions with Hopefully we can bring a good project to
Considering the propertys proximity we would like to be part of the solution, residents about the project, and expects bear.
to San Brunos train station and central

others locally, to assure students are able to build on the momentum he helped establish
identify the ways in which their high Comment on under the guidance of incoming superintend-
school education directly influences their or share this story at ent Mary Streshly, who was picked earlier
goals later in life, he said. this year to work as his successor.
Continued from page 3
With the lifetime of experience estab- I have the utmost confidence the district
lished in his 39 years of work, Lianides said tion through Europe, then possibly trying will move forward and the Sequoia Union
logical design and linking students with he would eventually consider again working High School District will serve communi-
surrounding businesses are part of that his hand at helping his son rebuild a new
in a part-time role to continue sharing his home in the East Bay. ties and provide for the next generation of
developing vision, said Lianides. expertise in education. leaders and professionals that will guide
The districts model has shifted, alongside While he takes on other endeavors,
But first he has his eye on a coming vaca- Lianides expressed certainty the district will us, he said.
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The Girls Scouts at Roy Cloud Elementary School in Redwood City participated in a service project making 40
care packages and writing letters to U.S. Army soldiers stationed in Africa. The girls were excited and proud to
give back and to let the soldiers know that they are appreciated.
Way ne and Mi chel l e Go o ds peed, of Woodside,
gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in More than 100 Hoover elementary students and family members joined
Redwood City May 26, 2017. Burlingame Parks staff in Washington Park Saturday, June 3, to install plants
*** that help support butterflies. As the Hoover students learned about
Greg o ry and Anna Ranes, of Redwood City, butterflies in the classroom, teachers Mrs. Afshar, Mrs. Delahunt and Mrs.
gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in Yanez-Vierra sought a way to connect their students, community and the
Redwood City May 27, 2017. challenges these insects face.These kindergarten and first-grade students
*** designed the butterfly habitat and after ample research, a presentation
Jo rg e Si l v a Jr. and Kri s ta Fo rtenberry , of at a Burlingame Parks and Recreation Commission meeting by the students
Rus s el l and Mel i s s a Gus tafs o n, of Redwood San Carlos, gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia and assistance from Parks and Recreation staff in preparing an area in
City, gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in Hospital in Redwood City May 29, 2017. Washington Park, these young students were ready to literally get their
Redwood City May 25, 2017. *** hands dirty. The butterfly habitat they created includes a gnome house
*** Jackey and Nav i ta Wi l s o n, o f Emeral d and plants that support the butterfly life cycle including buddlejia, salvia
Mari ano and Chri s ti na Saenz, of San Mateo, Hi l l s , gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital and milkweed. Special thanks to The Green Fashion Nursery of San Mateo,
gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in in Redwood City May 30, 2017. the Hoover PTA and Kimberly Rosales for donations of the plant and
Redwood City May 25, 2017. compost material.

Outsiders make good as Dear Evan Hansen wins big at Tonys

By Mark Kennedy Midler took the best actress trophy and to the amuse- committed suicide.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ment and cheers of the audience refused to be played off, Platt thanked his cast mates, crew and family, calling
forcing the swelling orchestra into silence. This has the his parents his heroes. He had this inspiring message to
NEW YORK Dear Evan Hansen, the touching, heart- ability to lift your spirits in these terrible, terrible young people out there: The things that make you
felt musical about young outsiders, has won the biggest times, she said of her show. strange are the things that make you powerful.
theater popularity contest winning the best new musi- Dear Evan Hansen came into the night behind Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, who recently won Oscars for
cal trophy at the Tony Awards along with five other stat- Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 with 12 the song City of Stars from the movie La La Land,
uettes, including best score, book and top actor honors for nominations, but that musical which dramatizes a 70-page added to a remarkable year by earning Tonys for best score
Ben Platt. slice of Leo Tolstoys War and Peace stalled after win- for writing the songs for Dear Evan Hansen.
The show came into the night as the second-leading ning just two technical awards earlier, for best set and Moments later, the shows story writer, Steven
Tony nominee but ended up on top, with a revival of lighting. Levenson, won the Tony for best book, and Alex
Hello, Dolly! starring Bette Midler next with four Instead, the night belonged to Dear Evan Hansen, a Lacamoire earned one for best orchestations. Rachel Bay
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whod prefer to cast their ballots in per- before the council voted last Monday to decide to host all-mail elections. San Film Screening: Star Wars: Rogue tion and a list of accepted and not
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natorial all-mail ballot election. Mateo, she said, adding it was interest- county elections officers will have the Mimis Restaurant, 2208 Bridgepoint
Parkway, San Mateo. Meet new busi-
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Patrice noted the all-mail 2015 elec- assessor-county clerk-recorder, said the One. 4 p.m. South San Francisco information call 430-6500.
current predicament in which San Main Library 840 West Orange Ave.,
Mateo County finds itself. Counties tion unfolded seamlessly while increas- new legislation was modeled after the South San Francisco. For more infor- Music in the Park. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
ing voter turnout and reducing costs. success of the 2015 all-mail election mation email Stafford Park, 50 King St., Redwood
chief elections officers will have the City. Come to watch Jokers and
discretion to opt for an all-mail ballot, Burlingame City Clerk Meaghan and officials are looking forward to Refugee Road with Oxfam and Thieves perform. For more informa-
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munity outreach and input from the Pacifica has yet to experience an all- historic election, Irizarry said. We more information contact more information visit theshopsat-
mail election as it didnt have council support all-mail ballot elections, we
Board of Supervisors a process
expected to begin in the coming seats or measures on the 2015 ballot. believe that is the future of California Tagalog English Family Storytime. Surrounded by Stuff. 6:30 p.m. to
But this year it may host two special elections. 6 p.m. South San Francisco Main 7:30 p.m. 1095 Cloud Ave., Menlo
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home of its high school students once gas pipeline replacement PG&E is email tact
the new middle school campus is fin- undertaking between Alameda de las
Pulse Night of Remembrance. 6 Thinking Like a Special Education
ished, she said. Pulgas and Cipriani Boulevard. p.m. to 8 p.m. Skylawn Funeral Teacher: Special Help for Special
Growing our student population Theres going to be lots of activity Home, Highway 92 and Skyline Blvd., Needs. 6:30 p.m. Grand Avenue
Continued from page 1 San Mateo. Come to commemorate Library, 306 Walnut Ave., South San
allows us to enhance our programs, our and summers the best time to do it, he Francisco. For more information
the 49 lives lose at Pulse nightclub in
academic programs as well as arts and said, adding that with schools out of Orlando last year. For more informa- email
originally planned to be completed by athletic programs, she said. session and residents taking vacations, tion call 349-4411.
mid-August along with the new build- The Club Fox Blues Jam. 7 p.m. to
Berman expects the schools enroll- traffic typically dies down on Ralston Mingle with a Mission. 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. The Club Fox, 2209
ings, which will feature 17 classrooms, ment, estimated at just more than 400 Avenue during the summer months. 8:30 p.m. 5 S. Ellsworth Ave., San Broadway, Redwood City. Doors
a library and maker space, a central hall Mateo. Answer the question: how open at 6:30 p.m. For more informa-
middle and high school students in the He said the Planning Commission can I make a difference in my com- tion visit
for school gatherings, a cafeteria and a fall, to grow gradually once the middle expressed hopes the work would be munity? $25. For more information
gym. An artificial turf field and sports school moves to Belmont. Some 216 completed as soon as possible when visit THURSDAY, JUNE 15
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other projects planned for the school before the City Council at its June 27 improve balance. Free. For more
pus in Hillsborough will become the corridor this summer, among them a meeting. TUESDAY, JUNE 13 information visit
Gig Jobs Panel. 10 a.m. 1044
Middlefield Road, Redwood City. Join
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For more information visit redwood- more information contact 345-5001.
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1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo. Boulevard, Foster City. Play Bunco,
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the fair and Senior Expo. Goody information, call 286-2585.
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Expo and stay for the fair. Free. For Library, 306 Walnut Ave., South San
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110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices
mobile app technologies/systems to col- Representative needed to sell newspa- ADMINISTER ESTATE OF
lect user data. Personalized Beauty Dis- per print and web advertising and event NEWSPAPER INTERNS Steve Chu
covery, Inc., Attn: Megan/Recruiting, Job marketing solutions. To apply, please call Case Number: 17PRO00532
ME025, 201 Baldwin Ave., 2nd Fl., San 650-344-5200 and send resume to JOURNALISM To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
Mateo, CA 94401 The Daily Journal is looking for in- tingent creditors, and persons who may
terns to do entry level reporting, re- otherwise be interested in the will or es-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- tate, or both, of Steve Chu. A Petition for
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- Probate has been filed by Robert Chu &
so welcome. Celina Chu in the Superior Court of Cali-
fornia, County of San Mateo. The Peti-
We expect a commitment of four to tion for Probate requests that Robert Chu

& Celina Chu be appointed as personal
eight hours a week for at least four representative to administer the estate of
months. The internship is unpaid, but the decedent.
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- The petition requests authority to admin-
terns have progressed in time into ister the estate under the Independent
paid correspondents and full-time re- Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
porters. thority will allow the personal representa-
tive to take many actions without obtain-
College students or recent graduates ing court approval. Before taking certain
very important actions, however, the per-

are encouraged to apply. Newspaper
experience is preferred but not neces- sonal representative will be required to
sarily required. give notice to interested persons unless
they have waived notice or consented to
the proposed action.) The independent
Please send a cover letter describing administration authority will be granted
your interest in newspapers, a resume unless an interested person files an ob-
and three recent clips. Before you ap- jection to the petition and shows good
ply, you should familiarize yourself cause why the court should not grant the
with our publication. Our Web site: authority.


Send your information via e-mail to
A hearing on the petition will be held in
this court as follows: JUN. 27, 2017 at
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior or by reg- Court of California, County of San Mateo,

SM COUNTY ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul-

gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403
400 County Center, Redwood City, CA
If you object to the granting of the peti-
tion, you should appear at the hearing
and state your objections or file written
objections with the court before the hear-
ing. Your appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
124 Caregivers
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
itor of the decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and mail a copy to
the personal representative appointed by
the court within the later of either (1) four

Seeking delivery driver to manage newspaper route Caregivers for seniors months from the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal representa-
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
408-854-1883 from the date of mailing or personal de-
Requires early morning work livery to you of a notice under sectioin
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
er California statutes and legal authority
six days per week Mon-Sat. LINE COOk
may affect your rights as a creditor. You
may want to consult with an attorney
knowledgable in California law.

Papers are picked up early morning Tues thru Sat - AM/PM

Apply in Person or call 203 Public Notices
You may examine the file kept by the
court. If you are a person interested in
the estate, you may file with the court a
Request for Special Notice (form DE-
between 3am and 4:30am Chef 1 541 848 0038
Sean 1 650 592 7258
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
praisal of estate assets or of any petition
or account as provided in Probate Code
1696 Laurel Street, The following person is doing business section 1250. A Request for Special No-
as: Redwood City Players, 926 Wood-
Call Roberto 650-344-5200 San Carlos side Road # 207, REDWOOD CITY, CA
94061. Registered Owner: Raissa A.
tice form is available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner:
Alexander M. Biddle, Esq.
Biddle Law
Marchetti-Kozlov, same address. The 1900 S. Norfolk St #350
SALES/MARkETINg business is conducted by an Individual. SAN MATEO, CA 94403
INTERNSHIPS The registrants commenced to transact (650) 532-3470
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking FILED: 5/2317
for ambitious interns who are eager to business under the FBN on 7 June 2017. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
jump into the business arena with both /s/Raissa A. Marchetti-Kozlov/ nal on 6/3/17, 6/10/17, 6/12/17)
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs This statement was filed with the Asses-

The Future
of local news content
of the newspaper and media industries.
This position will provide valuable
experience for your bright future.
Email resume
sor-County Clerk on 6/7/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
6/12/17, 6/19/17, 6/26/17, 7/3/17).
Richard Barwise Westkaemper,
aka Richard B. Westkaemper
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries The local community To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
tingent creditors, and persons who may
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINg otherwise be interested in the will or es-
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of REgARDINg BY-TRUSTEE AREA ELECTIONS tate, or both, of Richard Barwise West-
kaemper, aka Richard B. Westkaemper.
the newspaper industry. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Trustees of the
A Petition for Probate has been filed by
Kathleen H. Westkaemper in the Superi-
San Mateo County Community College District, at a Board or Court of California, County of San Ma-
teo. The Petition for Probate requests
meeting to be held on June 14, 2017, will hold a public hearing
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of pursuant to Elections Code section 10010 as it considers tran-
that Kathleen H. Westkaemper be ap-
pointed as personal representative to ad-
SF Peninsula seeks an entreprenuerial marketing solutions including print advertising, sitioning to a by-trustee area election system. At the hearing, minister the estate of the decedent.
The petition requests the decedents will
public input will be solicited concerning the transition to and the and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro-
Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, boundaries of the trustee areas. The public hearing will begin bate. The will and any codicils are avail-
at 6:00 p.m. in the Board Room at the San Mateo County Com- able for examination in the file kept by
and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media munity College District Office at 3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, the court.
The petition requests authority to admin-
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the CA 94402. Further information concerning this hearing and the ister the estate under the Independent
transition to a by-trustee area election system may be obtained Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
thority will allow the personal representa-
team for an immediate opening. industry continues its evolution and our paper from San Mateo County Community College District Office, at tive to take many actions without obtain-
(650) 574-6550 and online at ing court approval. Before taking certain
You must be community-minded, action- continues its upward trajectory. very important actions, however, the per-
sonal representative will be required to
area-elections.php. give notice to interested persons unless
oriented, customer-focused, and without fail, a Experience with print advertising and online they have waived notice or consented to
the proposed action.) The independent
self starter. You will be responsible for sales marketing a plus. But we will consider a administration authority will be granted
unless an interested person files an ob-
jection to the petition and shows good
and account management activities associated candidate with little or no sales experience as cause why the court should not grant the

with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits: A hearing on the petition will be held in
this court as follows: JUN. 27, 2017 at
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior

Court of California, County of San Mateo,
400 County Center, Redwood City, CA


If you object to the granting of the peti-
tion, you should appear at the hearing
t(FOFSBMCVTJOFTTBDVNFOBOEDPNNPOTFOTFNBSLFUJOHBCJMJUJFT Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, and state your objections or file written
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Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, ing. Your appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
Join us, if you check off on these qualities and also believe in the future of newspapers. Notice of Public Sales and More. If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
itor of the decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and mail a copy to
Please email your resume to the personal representative appointed by
the court within the later of either (1) four
A cover letter with your views on the newspaper industry would also be helpful. Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. months from the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal representa-
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
from the date of mailing or personal de-
livery to you of a notice under sectioin
Email them to: 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
er California statutes and legal authority
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
may affect your rights as a creditor. You
may want to consult with an attorney
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(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- 299 Computers IkEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. 591-9769 San Carlos
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formation. LADIES BOOTS size 8 , 3 pairs different
LIVINg ROOM table 36"x19" exc condi-
300 Toys tion $30.(415) 231-4825. UNIDEN HARLEY Davidson Gas Tank
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210 Lost & Found 10#, $10 (650) 591-4553
WATER STORAgE TANk, brand new,
275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $250. VINTAgE NASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
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Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to Sell! (650) 875-8159. Inside zipper $95. (650)591-6596
joe 650 573 5269
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LARgE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame info (650)851-0878
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 like new. $85.00 (650)593-1780
LOST - Womans diamond ring. Lost Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner
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tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530
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LOST CAT. Black and White. Black head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 OAk ENTERTAINMENT Center, $49
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0BO 650-595-3933 ExCELLENT VIOLIN, previously owned, NEW WITH tags Wool or cotton Men's
Call (323) 439-7713.
302 Antiques OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding
first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
pullover sweaters
(XL) $15/each
335 garden Equipment
Books ANTIqUE TEAk CHINA cabinet and legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost
$130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
PARIS HILTON purse white & silver un- BLACk & Decker 18, Hedge Trimmer,
matching table, with doors and legs. electric, used once, $60. 650 888-5808
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ORNATE MAgHOgONY headboaard $80. 650-421-5469 CHAIN SAW, 16 ,Craftsmen ,electric,
HEIRLOOM 1920 hand quilted bed- with gold trim $60. (650)589-0764 TUxEDO SIzE 40, black, including white $55. 650 888-5808
qUALITY BOOkS used and rare. World spread. 96" sq. Grandma's Garden pat-
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$130.00 650-421-5469
595-3933 line. $70. (650)592-3540
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elled glass, $350. (650)766-3024 (650)574-4582 Lily
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
595-3933 garage Sales
BABY TREND Stroller Model Range LX Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $5100
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SEWINg STORAgE cabinet, Custom
$50. (650)592-3540 303 Electronics made wood perfect condition $75. $40. (650)367-1508
PIANO, UPRIgHT, in excellent condi-
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 gARAgE SALES
318 Sports Equipment
seat - $5 (650)592-5864. chine s never used for small bus. $95
contact joe (650)573-5269
new $20.00 UPRIgHT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi-
tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
STERLINg SILVER Paye & Baker baby 15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
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STERLINg SILVER Paye & Baker baby
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food pusher with embossed children's
graphic.$75 650-762-6048
BLAUPUNkT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re- Good condition. $50 Call 650.952.3466 $750. Call (650)572-2337 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael
garage sale,
ceiver with Detachable Face asking
$100. (650)593-4490
SOFA gREEN, cream, sage plaid. 96"
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1960'S AVOCADO Osterizer blender 595-3933 THOMASVILLE BEVELED mirror 22" x Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call yard sale,
excellent condition $20.00 (650)596-
IPHONE 5 Morphie Juice Pack with
charger, Originally $100, now $85.
12" $50. Call (650)834-4833 (505)228-1480 local. EASTON ALUMINUM bat.33 inches, 30
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $50. (650)596-0513 rummage sale,
TWIN BED, mattress, box spring, frame
$ 50. (650)598-9804.
CALIFORNIA CAROLINA Pups. gOLF CART, Caddytek, four wheels,
clearance sale, or
Gd. Fam./watchdpgs. Ex.Hiking Buddy.
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG kINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with $1600. (707) 980.0915.
used only twice. $80. 650-341-1728 whatever sale you
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
CANARY BIRD cage 24 x 16 for sale.
gOLF CLUBS {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all-- have...
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CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
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sories plus remote included. NEW HP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex-
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gOLF CLUBS, used set with Cart for
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(650)342-5630 ONE kENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
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Cleanview Hepa Filter $25 650-952- tery-operated candles $30.00, 415-990-
3500 SONY DETACHABLE set :3cd /fm/am 6134

double tape. exc cond. $70 (415)231-
CIRRUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4 4825 PORCELAIN JAPANESE Tea set, Un-
new extra cleaning pads,user manual. opened, in wood box, great gift $30.
$45. (650)588-5487 TV SONY Triniton 21" working condition. (650)578-9208.
$10 OBO (650)784-3243.
COLEMAN LxE Roadtrip Grill -
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 304 Furniture 308 Tools
ANTIqUE DININg table for six people CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
ELECTRIC STOVE From Sears with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
Excellent Condition $225 JOHN WICK 2 IS
Please Call (650)244-9267
gE DISHWASHER Hardly used. Works
ANTIqUE gLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood.
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great. Standard size. You haul away.
free. S.S.F (650) 583-6636
ANTIqUE MAHOgANY Bookcase. Four
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on the Peninsula

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BEIgE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition (650)504-0585 By Austin Walsh
their rights will be pro-
tected, even as the feder- Addiego advocated for
more potent and specific Franciscos commitmen t to diversity and

As President Donald al government examines

JACk LALANE'S power juicer. $40. (650) 315-2319 San Francisco news and events than Trump
policies potentially threatening pushes for
ty of undocument ed immigrants the securi-
, South San
stricter border security
language detailing the inclusion. He suggested amending the docu-
protections offered ment to include guarantees
to protect the rights the city would
Francisco officials are But the resolution undocumen ted immi- immigration of everyone regardless
SkIL SAW 7 1/4" circular saw, 2 1/3 HP, interested in affirm- of
status, and that city employ-
Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. ing their support for all authored grants, according to
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The South San Francisco Councilwoman Karyl video of the meeting. federal immigration
BRAND NEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in Model # 5150. Hardly used. $30 any other media source. discussed Wednesday, Feb. City Council Matsumoto stopped I think it needs to be laws.
Matsumoto said she was
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members know Councilman Mark of the resolution affirm- with Addiegos suggestion, due to concerns
box $45. (415)231-4825. (650)556-9708 ing South San
Matsumoto Mark


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COMPUTER TABLE, adjustable height, looking at your marketing message. the driver who hit and
old San Bruno resident
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the search for
killed a 29-year-
while she was
297 Bicycles chrome legs, 29x48 like new $30 (650) Carly Flynn was struck
killed while crossing San and ultimately
at the intersection of Bruno Avenue
Cherry Avenue
around 5:30 p.m. Monday,
driver of the white SUV Dec. 19. The

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Department said while
there are no new leads in
is hopeful witnesses believed the case, he

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Millbrae kicks off
ar New Year
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motives and con-
argument that the ban
cluding that the targets
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$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave A federal

appeals court refused Thursday to survive legal constitutio nal
to rein- questions, and they agreed Millbrae residents are slated

state President Donald could consider statements that courts of the to

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and his advisers about Year
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enact such a ban.
Moments after the ruling,
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The Millbrae Rotary Club
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in the Daily Journal. 625 Classic Cars 1 Aesops lazy 1 Words to an old 32 Plant __: start 49 Plug on the small
Reach over 83,450 1950 FORD 4-Door Sedan, Automatic
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CHEVROLET 06 Mini VAN, new radia-
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620 Automobiles 18 Eight-armed friend and singer
01 FORD Taurus SES, Needs Trans- 640 Motorcycles/Scooters mollusks Snow
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Great Cond. New Tires, 32kmiles, one response to friends
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consignment! 23 Baseball tool 21 The Banana
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Daily Journals 28 Newsman 24 755 HRs and
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36 Operatic highlight
Reach 83,450 drivers 650 RVs 37 Americas wounds
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cedes Benz Sprinter chassis,. diesel,
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BMW 00 323i, 198K miles, black, 44 George Carlin
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Check out out ad in Psychiatric
miles, $3800 (650)481-5296 Saturdays paper
Help - 5 sign ...
CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284.
20% OFF and a hint to 20-,
ANY WASH PACkAgE 33- and 39-
CHEVY HHR 08 - Grey, spunky car
loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500. Across
(408)807-6529. 670 Auto Parts
56 Always masked
$1,500, call (650)481-5296 $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty, ones true self
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
58 Fuming
Flat) 205/55/16 EL 42 All Season Like
59 Cheese in a red
Do the humane thing. New $100. (650)483-1222 wax coating
Donate it to the 60 Cheerio
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Call 1- 800-943-8412 61 Father-son
Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
Novas, running or not senators from
LINCOLN 02 Navigator, excellent condi- Parts collection etc.
tion. Runs great! Must sell! $4,400/obo. So clean out that garage Tennessee
Give me a call
Joe 650 342-2483 62 Jupiter and
Neptune, e.g.
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2017 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
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Tuesday, June 13
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