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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula

Monday • June 3, 2019 • XIX, Edition 241

Restorative practices aim to help jailed youth

Office of Education program aims to allow incarcerated juveniles to have their stories heard
By Anna Schuessler youth at the his family or is talking how inspi- actions from their identities “Oftentimes when they have
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF San Mateo rational her best friend is, Graf lis- before they begin classes in the been sitting in trauma, they don’t
County Youth tens to stories that, in many county’s court and community feel like they matter,” she said. “In
For Bettina Graf, Monday morn- S e r v i c e s cases, haven’t been told before. schools. the circle and in our services,
ings are dedicated to stories. Center, also Knowing many of the teens in her For Graf, talking to incarcerated that’s one of our main goals, is [to
As the restorative practices lead known as juve- Monday and Thursday sessions teens about how their behavior tell them] you do matter, your
for the San Mateo County Office nile hall. have been sitting in jail cells and affects their family and friends can story matters, you’re getting bet-
of Education, every Monday and Whether a thinking for hours about what be among the steps that breaks ter matters, you matter.”
Thursday morning Graf sits in a teen is describ- landed them there, Graf’s focus is through the shame they feel about Creating spaces where teens can
circle with recently incarcerated Bettina Graf ing members of on helping the teens separate their their situations.
See YOUTH, Page 27

South City budget

growing, healthy
Income growth outpaces spending
hike; feeding hearty surplus, reserve
By Austin Walsh carried over into reserves and a
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF capital improvements program,
according to the report.
South San Francisco’s financial In all, officials expect to collect
footing remains solid, according $112.6 million in tax revenue,
to a proposed budget for the amounting to about $1.3 million
upcoming years which showed more than the $111.3 million in
income outpacing spending and a projected spending for the 2019-
hearty reserve fund. 2020 budget which must be
Property, sales and hotel taxes approved in late June.
— the city’s three primary sources Property taxes account for the
of income — are projected to con- largest portion of the expected
tinue growing, said a proposed income, as the proposed budget
budget document spanning the suggests $34.1 million would be
upcoming two fiscal years. received in the coming year, an
While spending is expected to increase of about $2.1 from the
PHOTOS COURTESY OF POST increase over the same time frame, prior fiscal year’s adopted budget.
Pumpkin harvest time, above, at Andreotti Farms. Terri Andreotti, below, inside the roadside farm stand. income collections are projected “The trend is largely driven by
at a higher rate which would build a an increase in current year secured

Farm aid
general fund surplus eligible to be
See BUDGET, Page 19

Belmont City Council OKs

More than 170 acres protected on two coastside farms plan to relocate tenants
By Zachary Clark
Seven residents to get new homes
after sale of city-owned properties
More than 170 acres of land By Zachary Clark Real. The city acquired them from
along the San Mateo County coast DAILY JOURNAL STAFF its redevelopment agency upon its
will forever be dedicated to agricul- dissolution, according to a staff
ture after two land deals were With plans to sell a handful of report. The plan is to sell the
recently orchestrated by the non- city-owned properties and rein- properties to market-rate buyers
profit Peninsula Open Space Trust.  vest the proceeds into affordable and the reinvest the proceeds into
Since 1990, San Mateo County housing, the Belmont City affordable housing projects such
has lost 46% of its farmland in part Council Tuesday approved a tenant as the Firehouse Square develop-
because those properties have relocation plan for the eight resi- ment proposal on El Camino Real
been sold and converted to private dents who currently occupy those or the LINC Housing project also
estates with big homes and plenty properties.   on El Camino Real, said Jennifer
of space for horses, said Ben The properties are a single-fam- Rose, an analyst in the city’s
Wright, a program manager for ily home at 30 Oxford Place and finance department.    
POST. two condominium units at 3507 “So we’re going from three
and 4606 Davey Glen Road plus a
See POST, Page 19 vacant property at 780 El Camino See TENANTS, Page 17

102 S. El Camino Real — San Mateo CA 94401

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Thought for the Day

“It is best to act with confidence, no
matter how little right you have to it.”
— Lillian Hellman, American playwright

This Day in History

Iran’s spiritual leader, Ayatollah

1989 Ruhollah Khomeini, died. On the

same day, Chinese army troops began
their sweep of Beijing to crush stu-
dent-led pro-democracy demonstra-
In 1 7 8 1 , Capt. Jack Jouett began riding his horse some
40 miles from Louisa County, Virginia, to Charlottesville,
where Gov. Thomas Jefferson and other politicians were
located, to warn of approaching British troops who intend-
ed to take them prisoner.
In 1 8 6 1 , Illinois Sen. Stephen A. Douglas, the
Democratic presidential nominee in the 1860 election, died
in Chicago of typhoid fever; he was 48.
In 1 9 3 5 , the French liner Normandie set a record on its
maiden voyage, arriving in New York after crossing the
Atlantic in just four days.
In 1 9 4 8 , the 200-inch reflecting Hale Telescope at the
Palomar Mountain Observatory in California was dedicat-
In 1 9 6 2 , Air France Flight 007, a U.S.-bound Boeing REUTERS
707, crashed while attempting to take off from Orly Airport Deer graze in Kazakhstan.
near Paris; all but two of the 132 people aboard were killed.
In 1 9 6 5 , astronaut Edward H. White became the first
American to “walk” in space during the flight of Gemini 4.
In 1 9 6 8 , pop artist Andy Warhol was shot and critically In other news ...
wounded at his New York film studio, known as “The Fire district spokeswoman Erin such venues in up to a dozen
Factory,” by Valerie Solanas, an actress and self-styled mil-
Young girl gets 1,000 Holland said Saturday that witnesses Massachusetts communities. But don’t
itant feminist who ended up serving three years in prison stitches after dog attack reported the young woman was too look for Amsterdam-style cannabis
for assault. PERRIS — Authorities say 7-year- close to the edge. There was no cafes to spring up in the near future. It
In 1 9 7 7 , the United States and Cuba agreed to set up diplo- old girl needed 1,000 stitches after a guardrail blocking access to the area. took more than two years after voters
matic interests sections in each other’s countries; Cuba dog bit her face during a visit to a pri- The district says her death is “a sad approved a recreational marijuana
also announced the immediate release of 10 Americans vate animal rescue in Southern reminder to be cautious when taking question for the first retail stores to
jailed on drug charges. California. selfies and other photos in dangerous open, and a full — or even partial —
The Riverside County Department of areas.” rollout of social-consumption venues
Birthdays Animal Services said Saturday that the
2-year-old male Akita lunged and bit
Holland says very cold water feeding
the waterfall is moving extremely fast
could easily take just as long, if it hap-
pens at all.
the girl at the facility in Romoland. because of snowmelt from record The recommendations narrowly
The girl was at the kennel with her snowfall in the surrounding Sierra approved by the commission allow for
family, hoping to adopt a dog. Nevada mountains. a test of social-consumption sites in
KABC-TV reports the child is recov- The woman was not identified. 12 volunteer communities, including
ering after undergoing three hours of five that participated in the working
surgery. Massachusetts inches group: Amherst, North Adams,
Provincetown, Somerville and
The news station says the girl was toward ‘cannabis cafes’ Springfield. Up to seven others that
with her family, hoping to adopt a
dog. BOSTON — If you’re at least 21 in want to participate will be chosen.
TV host Anderson Author Larry The former Due to the severity of the attack, Massachusetts, you can legally buy State regulators would be authorized
Cooper is 52. McMurtry is 83. president of Cuba, Animal Services is working to have recreational marijuana at more than a to review applications and grant
Raul Castro, is 88. the dog put down. dozen stores that have opened over the licenses in those communities for
past several months. But when it establishments such as cannabis cafes,
Actress Irma P. Hall is 84. Rock singer Ian Hunter (Mott The comes to using those products, the law where people could buy and consume
Hoople) is 80. World Golf Hall of Famer Hale Irwin is 74. Woman taking photos says you can only do so discreetly and marijuana on the premises. The plan
Actress Penelope Wilton is 73. Singer Eddie Holman is 73. dies in plunge off waterfall privately. also envisions “event host licenses”
Actor Tristan Rogers is 73. Musician Too Slim (Riders in the SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — Authorities That could change. for certain one-time gatherings — an
Sky) is 71. Singer Suzi Quatro is 69. Singer Deneice Williams say a woman plunged to her death down The state’s Cannabis Control outdoor concert, perhaps.
is 69. Singer Dan Hill is 65. Actress Suzie Plakson is 61. a Northern California waterfall after Commission voted 3-2 recently to The municipalities would have dis-
Actor Scott Valentine is 61. Rock musician Kerry King she slipped and lost her footing while accept the recommendations of a work- cretion over the types of licenses and
(Slayer) is 55. Actor James Purefoy is 55. Rock singer-musi- taking photos. ing group that explored the possibili- how many can be granted.
cian Mike Gordon is 54. Country singer Jamie O’Neal is 51. The North Tahoe Fire Protection ty of licensing social-consumption Providing opportunities for minori-
Writer-director Tate Taylor is 40. Singers Gabriel and Ariel District said in a statement that the sites for marijuana, a move that poten- ty-owned businesses and others that
Hernandez (No Mercy) are 48. Actor Vik Sahay is 48. Rhythm woman died Friday at Eagle Falls. tially would open a new frontier for have to date been largely excluded
and blues singer Lyfe Jennings is 46. Actress Arianne Zucker Water cascades 150 feet (45 meters) cannabis businesses and consumers in from the legal marijuana industry is
is 45. Actress Nikki M. James is 38. Actor Josh Segarra is 33. from the waterfall overlooking Lake the Bay State. listed among the “primary attributes”
Actress-singer Lalaine is 32. Actor Sean Berdy is 26. Tahoe. The plan calls for a test rollout of of the pilot program.


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Belmont budget prioritizes improvements
By Zachary Clark put back into the city’s general facilities the California Public Employee Retirement
Police reports
Pretend and serve
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF fund. System, or CalPERS, earlier this year to A man was impersonating a police offi-
“That’s remarkable that we’ve been able save money and pay off the unfunded liabil- cer and coming into a business armed on
Belmont’s proposed budget for fiscal to do that because those only get funded ity sooner. That first additional payment of El Camino Real in Redwood City, it was
year 2019-2020 is balanced with a focus on with one-time resources and these are the nearly $1 million has been included in the reported at 10:29 a.m. Wednesday, May
repairing worn infrastructure, paying off dollars we’ve been using for various things budget and payments of similar amounts 29.
the city’s pension obligations and prepar- like repair roofs and paint buildings,” Fil will be made each year moving forward
ing for an economic downturn. said. “These are one-time funds but we’re until the unfunded liability is paid off. BELMONT
The city is facing $113 million in able to bring them back so in the future we “Ultimately what will happen is that will Arres t. Someone was arrested for stealing
deferred street and storm drain infrastructure can do further improvements as necessary.” reduce our exposure to CalPERS quite dra- a truck after the GPS tracker notified the
needs plus $54 million in deferred mainte- In total, the city is spending $8.7 mil- matically,” Fil said. “It results in several truck owner of the truck’s whereabouts on
nance for facilities and parks.  lion on street repairs this coming fiscal million in savings. I’d equate it to making Ralston Avenue, it was reported at 8:50 a.m.
“It’s daunting when you think about it,” year compared to $2.9 million spent last additional principle payments on a mort- Saturday, May 25.
Finance Director Thomas Fil said at a budg- year on those projects, Fil said. gage to reduce interest costs.” As s aul t. A motorist hit a pedestrian with a
et study session Tuesday. Fil said the city has stable reserves and is The Belmont Fire Protection District has car door on Alameda De Las Pulgas, it was
This coming fiscal year, $11 million will above the $5 million minimum reserve an unrestricted fund balance of $8.9 million reported at 6:49 p.m. Friday, May 24.
be invested in sewer projects and the budg- requirement and projected to be above the and the budget proposes an immediate $5 Acci dent. Three cars collided on Ralston
et for storm drainage, facilities and parks is 33% target in each of the next five years. million reserve set aside to fund a new fire Avenue, it was reported at 8:46 a.m. Friday,
$7.7 million. Measure I, a citywide half- “That’s an improvement over where we station. The plan is to continue contribut- May 24.
cent sales tax approved by voters in 2016, were last year,” he said. ing about $2 million in subsequent years
is bringing in $2.2 million and Measure A, The reserve fund is expected to reach $10 until the fund reaches $11.25 million in REDWOOD CITY
the countywide half-cent sales tax, is million by fiscal year 2024, which is $1.5 2024 — the expected price in today’s dol-
million above the reserve target amount. lars of a new fire station.  Tres pas s . A woman was arrested for tres-
bringing in an unprecedented $4.4 million passing in an El Camino Real store, it was
for street improvements. Also, several mil- There is also a contingency reserve of The budget also includes $5 million for
$250,000 that the council can use on a upgrades to the Belmont Sports Complex, reported at 4:26 p.m. Tuesday, May 28.
lion dollars in the city’s infrastructure fund
given project in the next year, Fil said.  including the installation of synthetic turf, Hi t-and-run. A motorist hit a parked vehi-
has been spent already and by the end of
As for pensions, the council opted to which will save the city in future mainte- cle on Oakwood Drive, it was reported at
2020, that fund will be replenished to the
tune of $2 million and $1 million will be make additional discretionary payments to nance costs, Fil added. 11:37 p.m. Monday, May 27.
DUI. Someone was arrested for driving
employee at Oceana Market, and had been under the influence on El Camino Real, it
Man arrested for Local briefs trying to intervene in a theft from the store was reported at 10:25 p.m. Sunday, May 26.
San Bruno DUI after crash discovered that Hernandez had rear-ended when they were struck. Reckl es s dri v i ng . A motorist was run-
The three female suspects escaped the ning red lights and swerving on Broadway,
San Bruno officers arrested a man suspect- another vehicle that was stopped for a red
scene with an undisclosed amount of bottled it was reported at 11:17 p.m. Saturday, May
ed of drinking and driving and causing a light, police said.
liquor in a white newer model sedan and 25.
rear-end collision in the city late Friday
night, police said Saturday. Suspected thief who drove north on Oceana Boulevard. Reckl es s dri v i ng . A motorist was speed-
Police said the suspect intentionally struck ing on Jefferson Avenue, it was reported at
Paul Anthony Hernandez, 31, of San injured Pacifica clerk sought the clerk, and that the car may have been a 3:45 p.m. Saturday, May 25.
Bruno, was arrested on suspicion of operat- Police are searching for a theft suspect BMW. The store clerk suffered serious injuries Hazard. A large pole was on Highway 101,
ing a motor vehicle while under the influ- who seriously injured a store clerk while and was hospitalized, according to police. it was reported at 6:49 a.m. Friday, May 24.
ence of alcohol Friday night, taken to a fleeing the scene in Pacifica on Friday after-
nearby sobering facility and released on a noon.
promise to later appear in court, according Officers and firefighters responded at 2:20
to police. p.m. to the Eureka Square Shopping Center
The case began when officers responded to at 20 Eureka Drive to reports of a crash
the intersection of Sneath Lane and involving a vehicle and a pedestrian.
Rollingwood Drive at 11:22 p.m. on a They learned the pedestrian was an
report of a collision. The officers allegedly
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE Monday • June 3, 2019 5

Lawmakers have no fix yet for housing crisis
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS increases or limits on eviction.
“A supermajority of Democrats in the bluest Apartment owners and Realtors have
SACRAMENTO — Crisis. Emergency. argued those measures will not address a
California lawmakers are describing the of states completely abandoned the state’s tenants” lack of housing.
state’s housing crunch in dire terms. Randy Shaw, housing advocate and author “There’s nothing in this bill that encour-
But few seem to agree on what to do about ages one new rental unit in the state of
it. lords have a valid reason for evicting ten- Senate for consideration. California, ” Tom Bannon, CEO of the
The political wrangling over the last few ants, known as just cause. Assemblyman While Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San California Apartment Association, said of
weeks around bills to cap rent increases, set Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, sponsored it and Francisco, had proposed capping rent Chiu’s bill to cap rent increases.
new rules for evictions and cut red tape to said it’s up to the Legislature to come increases at 5 percent a year plus inflation, Opponents also note that Californians
build more housing reveal big splits in the together and get it to Newsom. he agreed to raise the cap to 7%. And he voted down a ballot measure last year that
Legislature when it comes to one of the most “We have a governor who said, ‘put tenant agreed to let the cap expire in 2023 while would have allowed cities to expand rent
pressing issues of the session. protection bills on my desk and I’ll sign also exempting landlords owning fewer than control.
All of it comes even after Democrats them,”’ said Bonta, pointing to Newsom’s 10 single-family homes. The bill would also Advocates of building denser housing
expanded their majorities in the Senate and call to action in his State of the State exempt housing built within the last several have had some victories. Lawmakers are
Assembly during the 2018 election while address. years. advancing legislation that would make it
also watching a new governor from their A spokesman for Newsom said the gover- A legislative analysis suggested that a cap easier to build “accessory dwelling units,”
own party ride to office pledging that nor was pleased work continues on advanc- of 5% would have remained well above the such as bungalows or casitas in the back-
California would build millions of new hous- ing legislation like the rent cap bill. median rent increase. yards of existing homes. Some local gov-
ing units. Newsom is focused on getting more funding The vote on Assembly Bill 1482 still ernments are looking to such housing as a
Randy Shaw, a longtime housing activist and incentives for housing in the budget, came down to a dramatic last push, with sev- means of creating more housing in neigh-
in San Francisco, is among those who which must be passed in the Legislature by eral Democrats opposing the bill over con- borhoods without building big condomini-
believe Gov. Gavin Newsom must get more June 15. cerns it would not exempt mom-and-pop ums or rows of townhouses. It could turn
involved to follow through on his pledges Another closely watched housing bill hit landlords or go far enough to protect renters. out to be an understated solution to a dearth
of building new housing and curbing home- a wall when Sen. Anthony Portantino, a The battles over the three bills point to of rental homes.
lessness. Democrat from La Canada Flintridge and the lack of any political consensus on the And as more Californians become
Shaw was particularly upset the Assembly chairman of a powerful committee, said it issue and tangle of overlapping interest renters, some activists and consultants
didn’t even vote on a bill to make it harder would not get a vote this year. The measure, groups involved. argue that the politics around housing
for landlords to evict tenants. Senate Bill 50, would have overridden local Proponents of building more housing might change. California YIMBY Victory
“A supermajority of Democrats in the zoning rules to allow for the construction of blame in large part a “not in my backyard” Fund, a political action committee, has
bluest of states completely abandoned the more housing in some areas, such as around attitude and the political clout of suburbia emerged to back candidates specifically on
state’s tenants,” said Shaw, author of transit. for stymieing their favored legislation. housing issues. And technology companies
“Generation Priced Out: Who Gets to Live in Local governments raised concerns that But some of the same groups pushing to in pricey areas like Silicon Valley and San
the New Urban America.” the bill could change the character of neigh- cut red tape around the construction of new Francisco are jumping into the issue, too.
Newsom came to office in January urging borhoods while some housing activists homes are also fighting caps on rent
lawmakers to pass legislation protecting argued it would accelerate gentrification.
tenants but has stayed out of public debates One major housing bill that eked out of the Obituary
on it. His budget includes more funding to Assembly last week came with some big
prevent homelessness as well as develop concessions to allay the opposition of a Corinne Marie Preston
affordable housing. prominent critic: the California Association
Assembly Bill 1481 would require land- of Realtors. The bill now goes to the state Corinne Marie Preston passed away peacefully at the age of
91 with her daughter by her side. She was preceded in death
by her beloved husband, Arthur Preston, her dear brother “Big
Freddie” and her loving sister “BoBo”. She is survived by
her daughter, Sally Camozzi (Bob); her brother, Fred Gernandt
(Keeli); and her grandchildren, Nick Camozzi, Kimi Camozzi
(Ray Huber), Nina Camozzi, and Gabriella Camozzi. She is
also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and two great
grandsons, Benjamin and Jackson Huber.
A native of San Francisco, she graduated from Poly High School and worked as a
stewardess on the Southern Pacific Railroad. When she moved to the Peninsula in the
early sixties she soon met the love of her life, Arthur Preston. Together they worked
side by side as owners of Preston’s Candies on Broadway in Burlingame. She enjoyed
a lifetime of traveling the world with her husband and their candy groups. She also
enjoyed entertaining, ballroom dancing, playing tennis and developed a passion for
Dixieland Jazz. Her favorite summertime destination was their timeshare in Maui.
In recent years she was active with New Horizons at the First Presbyterian Church
where she developed many warm friendships.
Family and friends are invited to a memorial service scheduled for Thursday, June
6 at 1:00 pm in the Chapel at the First Presbyterian Church, 1500 Easton Drive,
Burlingame. The family asks in lieu of flowers, please consider donating to your
favorite charity.
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Mass shootings transform how

America talks, prays, prepares
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS care workers, the elected officials.
The attacks have changed how America
CHICAGO — Pardeep Singh Kaleka has talks, prays and prepares for trouble. Today,
surveyed the landscape of an America the phrases “active shooter” and “shelter in
scarred by mass shootings. place” need no explanation. A house of wor-
Seven years ago, a white supremacist ship will have a priest, a rabbi or an imam
invaded a Sikh temple in Wisconsin and — and maybe, an armed guard. And more
killed six worshippers — among them schools are holding “lockdown drills” to
Kaleka’s father, who died clutching a butter prepare students for the possibility of a
knife he’d grabbed in a desperate attempt to shooter.
stop the shooter. Now, whenever another Post-traumatic stress disorder was once
gunman bloodies another town, Kaleka largely associated with combat-weary veter-
posts a supportive message on social ans; now some police and firefighters tor-
Mourners observe a memorial for those killed in the Virginia Beach shooting.
media. Then later, either by invitation or on
his own initiative, he’ll journey to the com-
munity to shore up others who share his
mented by the memories of the carnage
they’ve witnessed are seeking professional
help. Healing centers have opened to offer
Virginia Beach attacker notified
He’s been to Newtown, Connecticut.
survivors therapy and a place to gather.
Support groups of survivors of mass shoot-
his boss of plans to leave his job
Charleston, South Carolina. Pittsburgh. ings have formed. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS They exchanged fire in a protracted gunbat-
“We’ve become kind of a family,” Kaleka Mayors, doctors, police and other leaders tle. Cervera did not know how many rounds
says. who’ve endured these crises are paying it VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — The gunman were fired but said it was “well into the dou-
It’s true. The unending litany of mass forward — offering comfort, mentoring and who attacked his colleagues at a Virginia ble digits.”
shootings in recent years — the latest, on guidance to the next town that has to wres- Beach government office building resigned “In the police world, anything more than
Friday, leaving 12 dead in Virginia Beach, tle with the nightmare. by email hours before the shooting, a city three to five shots is a long gunbattle,” he
Virginia — has built an unacknowledged Former Oak Creek Mayor Stephen official said Sunday as authorities sought a said.
community of heartbreak, touching and Scaffidi, who’d been on the job just four motive in the assault that killed 12 people. At one point, the suspect fired at officers
warping the lives of untold thousands. months at the time of the 2012 Sikh temple Officials gave no indication why 40-year- through a door and a wall and hit one officer,
All the survivors, none of them attack, remembered a call that night from old DeWayne Craddock had notified a superi- who was saved by a bulletproof vest. Then
unscathed. The loved ones of the living and the mayor of Aurora, Colorado, where 12 or of his intention to leave his job as a civil the firing stopped, and police realized the
dead. Their neighbors, relatives and col- people had been fatally shot at a movie the- engineer in the utilities department. He was gunman was holed up in an office.
leagues. The first responders, the health ater less than three weeks earlier. an employee “in good standing” and showed When they got into the office, they took
“satisfactory” job performance, City the wounded shooter into custody and gave
Manager Dave Hansen said. him first aid, Cervera said. He was taken
Police Chief James Cervera described a from the scene by ambulance 36 minutes
chaotic scene as officers entered the build- after officers arrived and died at a hospital. A
ing and pursued the assailant through a medical examiner will determine whether he
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Trump heads to Europe during Pompeo says US ready to talk
to Iran with ‘no preconditions’
time of remembrance, turmoil THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iran’s ire and strong
words of threatened
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS much better tools to BELLINZONA, Switzerland — U. S. retaliation.
defeat them.” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Iran’s president,
WASHINGTON — Like a bull who keeps Trump is to arrive in Sunday that the Trump administration is Hassan Rouhani, said
returning to the china shop, President London on Monday for a ready for unconditional discussions with the U.S. must return to
Donald Trump is headed back to Europe, two-day whirlwind of Iran in an effort to ease rising tensions that the historic 2015
where on previous visits he has strained pomp, circumstance and have sparked fears of conflict. But the nuclear deal, which
historic friendships and insulted his hosts. protests, including meet- United States will not relent in trying to Trump withdrew from in
This time, he faces an ally in turmoil and a ings with the royal fami- pressure the Islamic Republic to change its
global call to renew democratic pacts. ly and an extravagant
Mike Pompeo May 2018. He was quot-
behavior in the Middle East, America’s top ed by Iran’s state-run
The agenda for Trump’s weeklong journey Donald Trump state dinner at diplomat said. IRNA news agency as saying that if the
is both ceremonial and official: a state visit Buckingham Palace. He Pompeo repeated long-standing U. S. U.S. “realizes that the way it chose was
and an audience with Queen Elizabeth II in is likely to be shadowed by demonstrators, accusations that Iran is bent on destabiliz- incorrect, then we can sit at the negotiating
London, D-Day commemoration cere- who during his visit to England last summer ing the region, but he also held out the table and solve any problem.” Otherwise,
monies on both sides of the English flooded the streets and flew an inflatable possibility of talks as President Donald he said, Iran has no choice but resistance.
Channel and his first presidential visit to balloon depicting the president as a baby. Trump has suggested. Trump himself had While the latest offer may not pan out,
Ireland, which will include a stay at his A year ago, Trump played the ungracious raised the idea of talks “without precondi- Pompeo made it during a visit to
coastal golf club. guest, blasting May in an interview just tions” in July 2018, although that was Switzerland, the country that long has rep-
But the president will arrive at a precari- hours before Air Force One touched down in well before tensions had reached their cur- resented American interests in Iran, as part
ous moment, as he faces a fresh round of England. He has done it again, this time rent point. of a European trip aimed at assuring wary
impeachment fervor back home and uncer- sparing May but praising her rival, prime In the 11 months since then, the U.S. leaders that the U.S. is not eager for war .
tainty on the other side of the Atlantic ministerial hopeful Boris Johnson, just has imposed crippling sanctions on Iran, “We’re prepared to engage in a conversa-
Ocean. before she steps down as head of the first in November and then again last tion with no preconditions,” Pompeo told
British Prime Minister Theresa May will Conservative Party on Friday for failing to month, targeting the most lucrative sec- reporters at a news conference with his
step down days after Trump visits and secure a Brexit deal. tors of its economy. The action has drawn Swiss counterpart.
French President Emmanuel Macron is “I think Boris would do a very good job. I
expected to use the 75th anniversary of the think he would be excellent,” Trump told
World War II battle that turned the tide in The Sun, the same publication to which he
Europe to call for strengthening the multi- gave an interview last summer. “I like him.
national ties the U.S. president has frayed. I have always liked him. I don’t know that
“My greatest hope is this: the president he is going to be chosen, but I think he is a
and all the leaders stay focused on the very good guy, a very talented person.”
extraordinary heroism of that of D-Day and Trump also used the interview to weigh in
focusing on what brought allies to that on the American-born Duchess of Sussex.
position,” said Heather Conley, senior vice The former Meghan Markle, who gave birth
president of the Center for Strategic and in May and will not attend the week’s
International Studies. “Dark clouds are events, was critical of Trump in the past,
forming once again in Europe, and rather prompting the president to tell The Sun, “I
than encourage those forces we need to find didn’t know that she was nasty.” t
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Pentagon tells White House to stop politicizing military Five hurt in Venice as cruise
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gation by the Pentagon’s internal watchdog into the matter ship slams into tourist boat
“because there was nothing carried out” by the Navy. He THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SEOUL, South Korea — The Pentagon has told the White added that he still needs to gather more information about
House to stop politicizing the military, amid a furor over a exactly what happened and what service members did. VENICE, Italy — A towering, out-of-control cruise ship
Trump administration order to have the Navy ship named “How did the people receiving the information — how did rammed into a dock and a tourist riverboat on a busy Venice
for the late U.S. Sen. John McCain hidden from view during they treat it,” Shanahan said. “That would give me an under- canal on Sunday morning, injuring five people, officials
President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Japan. standing on the next steps” to take. said. The collision sparked new calls for placing restrictions
Trump’s top aide scoffed at the idea that anyone working Shanahan did not detail what those steps could be, but a on cruise ships in the famed city.
for the White House might be punished. “We think it’s defense official said Shanahan is considering a clearer direc- The crash happened about 8:30 a.m. (0630 GMT) on the
much ado about nothing.” tive to the military about avoiding political situations. The Giudecca Canal, a major thoroughfare that leads to St.
A U.S. defense official said Patrick Shanahan, Trump’s goal would be to ensure there is less ambiguity about how Mark’s Square in the northeastern Italian city.
acting defense chief, is also considering sending out formal the military should support VIP events and how service The MSC Opera cruise ship, apparently unable to stop,
guidance to military units in order to avoid similar prob- members should respond to such political requests, said the blared its horn as it slammed into the much smaller River
lems in the future. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss Countess boat and the dock as dozens of people run away in
Shanahan confirmed details about a Navy email that said internal deliberations. panic. In videos of the crash, people were seen rushing to
the White House military office wanted the USS John Shanahan also said that he spoke with McCain’s wife, disembark from the moored riverboat over a short gang-
McCain kept “out of sight” when Trump was in Japan about Cindy, a few days ago. He declined to provide any details. plank, and at least two people were left caught on the walk-
a week ago. The internal Navy email came to light last The order to keep the Navy destroyer out of sight reflect- way as the vessel was dislodged from the pier.
week, triggering a storm of outrage. ed what appeared to be an extraordinary White House effort Elisabetta Pasqualin was watering plants on her terrace
Trump, who long feuded with McCain, has said he knew to avoid offending an unpredictable president known for when she heard warning sirens and stepped out to see the
nothing about the request, but added that “somebody did it holding a grudge, including a particularly bitter one against crash.
because they thought I didn’t like him, OK? And they were McCain. “There was this huge ship in a diagonal position in the
well-meaning, I will say.” Trump’s acting chief of staff, in appearances on two Giudecca Canal, with a tugboat near which seemed like it
Shanahan told reporters traveling with him to South Sunday news shows in the U.S., said he did not expect any- couldn’t do anything,” she said.
Korea on Sunday that he is not planning to seek an investi- one working for the White House to face discipline. She described the ship “advancing slowly but inevitably
towards the dock.” She said “the bow of the ship crashed hard
into the bank with its massive weight crushing a big piece
of it. Sirens were wailing loudly; it was a very dramatic
When the cruise ship rammed the riverboat, she said the
smaller vessel looked like it was “made of plastic or paper”
rather than steel.
Local officials said five women aboard the riverboat were
injured. They said one was released immediately from a hos-
pital, while four others were advised to remain under medical
care for a few days.
Earlier, medical authorities said four of the women — an
American, a New Zealander and two Australians between the
ages of 67 and 72 — were injured falling or trying to run
away when the cruise ship rammed into the River Countess.
Venice is a tremendously popular site for both tourists and
cruise ships, especially during the summer tourist season.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Monday • June 3, 2019 9

Letters to the editor Shattering the ceiling
Inclusionary did not change its view that a slave Bill of Rights (Wiener), would have n 1985, when Anne LeClair, a pretty young woman,
was property. In the abortion debate prohibited utilities from adding fees became the first female executive director of a strug-
housing is necessary we have one side that believes the that punish solar users for making gling San Mateo Chamber of Commerce, there were
Editor, fetus is part of the female body, her their own energy. We should be mak- just 100 members. By the time she left, the chamber had
In the May 28 edition of the Daily private property so to speak, and that ing it easier to do the right thing for more than 400 and was a major force in the city and coun-
Journal, the guest perspective of Nick the government has no right to inter- all of us, not stopping that progress ty.
Humann (“SB 50’s pause will embold- fere with her decisions regarding her to protect the status quo for utilities. When she moved on to become the first woman presi-
en housing activists”) makes the tired body. On the other side we have the The idea that lobbyists were able to dent and CEO of the San Mateo County Convention and
old case that inclusionary housing view that the fetus is an independent convince a small group of state sena- Visitors Bureau in 2000, the bureau was trying to find a
policies that require developers to rent being where the mother has the same tors on the Senate Appropriations better way to finance its activities. It had been relying on
or sell a small percentage of new units responsibilities for its health and Committee to look after their needs, the transit occupancy tax which cities collected and in
at below-market rates cause a propor- safety regardless of whether it is and that they worked together to pull turn could or could not turn over to the convention bureau.
tional pricing increase for the market- inside or outside of her body. Here this off without any public discussion She implemented, instead, the Tourism Business
rate units. Basic common sense again, the two sides view the issue is just plain wrong. Improvement District which collects a small percentage
reveals the problem with this claim. from such different perspectives that Please reach out to your state law- of hotel guest’s fees and
Market-rate housing is called market there is no common ground. makers to bring back the Solar Bill of the cities keep their TOT.
rate because developers charge what The battlefield this time will be in Rights. Don’t protect the utility com- Today the Convention
the market will bear (what prospective the courtroom with this Gettysburg pany status quo when making much of Bureau represents all cities
tenants and homebuyers are willing to being the Supreme Court. In the end our power from the sun can be the new in the county (except
pay). A developer is responsible to there can be no acceptable solution normal.   Menlo Park and Daly City)
their investors; it is a developer’s job that will satisfy both sides because and Palo Alto. Fees
to charge the highest price possible. there is no middle ground.  brought in $2.1 million
Dave Karow this year. A 16-member
If a developer could charge higher
prices, they would certainly do so San Carlos staff includes a sales team
now, regardless of whether an inclu- Steven Howard in Chicago, the east coast,
sionary housing policy is in place or Redwood City
Supporting affordable Sacramento, Southern
not. The market rate is market rate. housing at Firehouse Square California, the Southwest
Faced with the additional cost of Traffic relief in Foster City Editor,
and Northern California. It
providing a small percentage of units also has an international
Editor, On May 28, the Belmont City
at affordable prices, developers will representative since a sig-
It is with frustration that I read the Council unanimously moved forward
negotiate with landowners on the nificant number of county
article titled “Traffic Relief Pilot to on the Firehouse Square proposal,
price of land. This concept, called visitors come from other countries.
Stay in Foster City” in the May 28 which will include new homes with
“residual land value,” is well known ***
issue of the Daily Journal. I was some- 80% of those homes being affordable.
by those in the development commu- I asked LeClair, what’s the big attraction in San Mateo
what skeptical of the program from This is a continuation of the city of
nity. County? She explained, it’s the scenery — ocean and Bay
the beginning but was open to what Belmont’s amazing leadership sup-
San Mateo County desperately needs views, lots of open space and proximity to San Francisco
the traffic data showed. What data? porting a number of affordable homes
new homes at all income levels. International Airport. And its location close to San
There are 229 less cars entering Foster in a walkable, transit-oriented loca-
Inclusionary housing policies ensure Francisco, Silicon Valley and high tech in the south and
City during peak hours at a cost to the tion.
that, when much-needed new market- biotech in the north. Popular destinations for both inter-
city of $52,000. That’s $227 per car. Belmont desperately needs new
rate homes are built, a percentage of national and domestic visitors are the Facebook sign (for
What we need to know is what percent- housing, especially affordable homes.
them are made affordable to low- photos) in Menlo Park, Filoli, Half Moon Bay, wineries
age decrease in traffic was effected. At the Housing Leadership Council of
income households: the teachers, and shopping.
This is either very poor reporting or San Mateo, we appreciate the leader-
child care providers, restaurant work- ***
very poor press relations on the part ship and thoughtfulness of the
ers, and others who help make San LeClair has witnessed the explosive growth in the high
of the city. I hope, in either case, it Belmont City Council on this critical
Mateo County a great place to live. tech and biotech industries; the changes in downtowns
was not deliberate. Lacking sufficient issue. Unfortunately, one councilmem- which are becoming more geared for younger people and
data, it still seems to me that this pro- ber called for a change in the plan. more exciting. There has been a huge growth in hotel
Stephanie Reyes gram punishes the local residents as While we understand that his motiva- projects; there are over 170 hotels in the county and Palo
San Mateo much as it does to the commuters at a tion is to provide more homes overall, Alto. LeClair attributes this to the demand for last-minute
very high cost. Maybe I will change this plan has been agreed to by the business travelers. The Grand Hyatt, the new SFO hotel, is
The abortion debate my mind when the data is fully council and community, studied in an expected to open this summer. It will have 351 rooms.
released. environmental impact report, and part For now, when demand is so high, it is not expected to
Editor, of the general plan that guides all
As the level of vitriol rises sur- hurt surrounding hotels But LeClair pointed out, the hotel
development in the city. The change business, like much else, is cyclical.
rounding the abortion debate it is Richard Nishiki-Finley he is proposing would require years of
interesting to note the similarities Foster City ***
work and study. With the current jobs LeClair has burst through many glass ceilings with no
with another debate in our country’s to housing ratio being 12-1, we need
history — slavery. Lawmakers need cuts or bruises to show. When she was admitted to the San
to move forward now on the plan that Mateo Rotary Club in 1987, a bastion of white males,
It will allow us to understand why to stand up to utility lobbyists has broad agreement.
there will be no acceptable compro- there was no red carpet or welcome mat. This followed a
With the Firehouse Square proposal Supreme Court decision which said private clubs could not
mise from either side. The Southern Editor, nearing final approval, we would like
Democrats viewed the Negro as prop- I installed solar panels several years discriminate against women. In fact at her first meeting
to thank Belmont on its support of the the waitress at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel told LeClair
erty so from their perspective this was ago and want it to be easier, not hard- development. We can’t wait to see
a property rights issue and believed er, for my neighbors to do the same. she didn’t like serving women and women didn’t belong
such transit-oriented and equitable in the club. And even though many male Rotarians tried to
the government had no right to inter- I’d also like to expand my solar sys- homes at groundbreaking by the end
fere with private property. Lincoln’s tem but if I do so, PG&E will put me make life difficult, especially when she was chosen as the
of the year. first women president, LeClair more than rose to the chal-
Republicans viewed the negro as a on an inferior rate plan with a higher
free, independent person and not as fee. Now, industry lobbyists have just lenge. She reminded me of the musical about Annie
property. The two sides viewed the convinced our California state sena- Alex Melendrez Oakley and the song “Anything you Can Do I Can Do
issue from such different perspectives tors to gut the SB 288, and it’s time Better.” LeClair could out joke and outsmart and outprank
San Mateo
that there was no common ground, no for the public to push back.  the old boys and they just loved it. Two other women also
place to begin a constructive solution. Don’t let lawyers for the status quo were admitted to Rotary at the same time but they made it
The result was the bloodiest war in our stop us all from doing the obvious The letter writer is an organizer for the a point never to sit together. Since LeClair’s reign there
country’s history with the victor forc- right thing: harnessing the power of Housing Leadership Council of San have been six women chosen as San Mateo Rotary presi-
ing its perspective on the vanquished. the sun to reduce pollution. Mateo County. dents and the next one in line is Anne Campbell, former
Although forced to change the South SB 288, also known as the Solar county superintendent of schools.
OUR MISSION: I asked LeClair if it was difficult to work in a world dom-
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most inated by men and she said it never was a problem for her
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for and she never thought about it. Before coming to San
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. Mateo she was a lobbyist for the U.S. Chamber of
By combining local news and sports coverage,
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, Commerce in Washington, D.C. One day, she and a male
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to colleague were trying to hail a cab without luck. Her col-
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality league suggested she show some leg to which she replied
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Shanni Brown Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County. why don’t you lie down in the middle of the street and
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we
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Brooke Hanshaw Robert Hutchinson still can’t fathom a cloaked LeClair being unable to drive
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Terry Bernal, Zachary Clark, Anna Schuessler Joel Snyder Gary Whitman then moved to the Peninsula because they had family here
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49ers. Today, that little girl born in Saudia Arabia is mar-
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White House: Trump ‘deadly serious’about Mexico tariffs

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ous unease with the tariffs that they warn
will raise prices for consumers and hurt the
WASHINGTON — A top White House offi- economy. Some see this latest threat as a
cial said Sunday that President Donald play for leverage and doubt Trump will fol-
Trump is “deadly serious” about imposing low through.
tariffs on imports from Mexico, but GOP Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana,
acknowledged there are no concrete bench- called the tariffs a “mistake” and said it was
marks being set to assess whether the U.S. unlikely Trump would impose them.
ally is stemming the migrant flow enough The president “has been known to play
to satisfy the administration. with fire, but not live hand grenades,”
“We intentionally left the declaration Kennedy said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
sort of ad hoc,” Mick Mulvaney, the acting “It’s going to tank the American econo-
White House chief of staff, said on “Fox my,” he said. “I don’t think the president’s
News Sunday.” going to impose these tariffs.”
“So, there’s no specific target, there’s no Mexican officials are due to meet later
specific percentage, but things have to get this week with Secretary of State Mike
better,” Mulvaney said. “They have to get Pompeo in a bid to come to a resolution.
dramatically better and they have to get “I think what the president said, what the
better quickly.” White House has made clear, is we need a
He said the idea is to work with the vast reduction in the numbers crossing,”
Mexican government “to make sure that Kevin McAleenan, acting secretary of the
things did get better.” Department of Homeland Security, said on
Top officials from the two countries sides CNN’s “State of the Union.”
will meet Wednesday in Washington. REUTERS Mulvaney, who also appeared on NBC’s
Leading the delegations are Secretary of President Donald Trump continues planning to impose tariffs on imports from Mexico. “Meet the Press,” said Mexico could take
State Mike Pompeo and Foreign Relations that the abuse will end when he slaps tariffs Trump said the import tax will increase various steps to decrease the record num-
Secretary Marcelo Ebrard. on Mexican imports next week in a dispute by 5% every month through October, top- bers of migrants at the border.
But Trump played down the effort. over illegal immigration. ping out at 25%. He suggested the Mexican government
“Mexico is sending a big delegation to talk “America has had enough,” he tweeted. But the president has been here before, could seal its southern border with
about the Border,” the president tweeted The president said last week that he will issuing high-stakes threats over his frus- Guatemala, crack down on domestic terror-
Sunday. “Problem is, they’ve been ‘talk- impose a 5% tariff on Mexican goods on tration with the flow of migrants only to ist organizations and make Mexico a safe
ing’ for 25 years. We want action, not June 10 to pressure the government of later back off. They include his threat earli- place for migrants seeking to apply for
talk.” Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to block er this year to seal the border with Mexico. asylum.
Trump claims Mexico has taken advan- Central American migrants from crossing Republicans on Capitol Hill and allies in “There are specific things that the
tage of the United States for decades but the border into the U.S. the business community have signaled seri- Mexicans can do,” he said.

China blaming US for trade Reports: Justice Dept.

preparing antitrust probe of Google
Business briefs
31.1% of global digital ad dollars, accord-
dispute, but doesn’t escalate WASHINGTON — The U. S. Justice
Department is readying an investigation of
Google’s business practices and whether
ing to eMarketer’s 2019 estimates.
Facebook is a distant second with 20.2%.
Politicians and outside antitrust analysts
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Linda Lim, a professor at Ross School of
they violate antitrust law, according to have expressed concern in recent years that
Business at the University of Michigan, said
BEIJING — China fired back at the U.S. news reports. Google controls too much of the digital ad
the report does not represent an escalation
Sunday over the two nations’ trade dispute, The search giant was fined a record $2.72 process. It makes the technology, hosts the
on China’s part, but rather reiterates the
issuing a report that blamed the conflict on billion by European regulators in 2017 for largest search site where ads appear and col-
government’s position in a clear and meas-
the Trump administration but refrained from abusing its dominance of the online search lects data from all ad campaigns that it
ured way that leaves the door open for nego-
escalating the trade war. market. In the U. S. , the Federal Trade runs.
The report from the Cabinet spokesman’s Commission made an antitrust investiga-
“They threw the ball back into the U.S.
office said China won’t back down on court,” she said.
tion of Google but closed it in 2013 with- Boeing warns of potential
out taking action.
“major issues of principle,” but offered no She said the report is a public relations
Now the Justice Department has undertak- wing problems in some 737 aircraft
sense of whether or how the world’s second win for China’s government at a time when
largest economy might retaliate against en an antitrust probe of the company’s Boeing is telling some airlines flying its
U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade policy 737 model to replace a part on the planes’
U.S. tariffs on goods manufactured in China. search and other businesses, according to
is antagonizing other U.S. trading partners, wings, a move that could affect more than
The report said China has kept its word reports by The Wall Street Journal, The New
most recently Mexico. Trump announced 100 aircraft.
throughout 11 rounds of talks and will honor York Times and Bloomberg News. They
last week that he would impose 5% tariffs on Boeing said on Sunday that it is working
its commitments if a trade agreement is cited unnamed people familiar with the mat-
Mexican imports starting June 10 if the with federal regulators and contacted air-
reached. It accused the U.S. of backtracking ter.
Mexicans don’t do more to stop the surge of lines about potential problems discovered
three times over the course of the talks by Justice Department spokesman Jeremy
Central American migrants across the south- in one batch of “slat tracks” produced by a
introducing new tariffs and other conditions Edwards declined to comment Saturday.
ern U.S. border. supplier. The company said it has identified
beyond what was agreed on. Google declined any comment.
The U.S. has accused China of stealing 21 planes most likely to have the parts in
“But the more the U.S. government is Google, owned by Alphabet Inc., has
trade secrets and forced technology trans- question, and it’s advising airlines to check
offered, the more it wants,” it said, accusing faced mounting scrutiny as regulators
fers. The Trump administration has imposed an additional 112 planes. The replacement
America’s negotiators of “resorting to around the world have focused on tech com-
25% tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese work should take one to two days after the
intimidation and coercion.” panies’ business practices over the past
imports and is planning to tax the $300 bil- parts are in hand.
“A country’s sovereignty and dignity must year. In addition to the 2017 record fine,
lion in imports that have so far been spared. That total does not include the 179 737
be respected, and any agreement reached by European regulators also slapped a $1.7
It also escalated the stakes this month by Max aircraft that could also have the parts
the two sides must be based on equality and billion penalty on the company in March
putting Chinese telecom giant Huawei on a in question. The 737 Max was grounded
mutual benefit,” the report said. for barring websites from selling ads from
blacklist that effectively bars U.S. compa- worldwide following two crashes involving
The report, delivered at a Sunday morning rivals alongside some Google-served ads
nies from supplying it with computer chips, the model.
news conference, appears to be a bid to near search results.
software and other components without
shore up China’s arguments and justify its Google says it has now ended that prac-
government approval. Sephora closing
position in the face of what looks to be a tice.
Beijing responded by imposing tariffs on
protracted dispute. Over recent days, China The company made changes voluntarily stores for inclusion workshop
$60 billion worth of U.S. products, which
has been mobilizing its representatives when the FTC shut down its investigation,
went into effect Saturday. It also retaliated NEW YORK — Sephora says it will close
abroad to sell its position with foreign audi- including letting advertisers use informa-
against the U.S. blacklisting of Huawei by all its U.S. stores on the morning of June 5
ences, while the domestic propaganda appa- tion from their Google ad campaigns to cre-
announcing Friday that it will establish its to host “inclusion workshops” for its
ratus has been working overtime to con- ate campaigns with rivals.
own list of “unreliable entities” consisting employees. The move comes just over a
vince the public of the righteousness of the But an FTC staff report that was released
of foreign businesses, corporations and month after the cosmetics company caught
government’s stance. years later showed that the agency staff had
individuals. the internet’s eye, when singer SZA said
urged the presidentially-appointed com-
missioners to bring a lawsuit against she had security called on her while shop-
Google. That never happened. ping at a California store.
Google commands the lead in digital ad Sephora posted notice of the closures on
revenue by a wide margin, controlling its Facebook page and elsewhere.
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making power-play magic
Monday • June 3, 2019

Second-half eruption
Dubs seize Game 2 Warriors 109, Raptors 104
NBA briefs
Obama receives ‘MVP!’ chant
by Toronto during Game 2
TORONTO — President
Barack Obama sat next to NBA
Adam Silver
with an 18-0 run to across the
court from the

open third quarter To r o n t o

bench during
the Warriors’
By Brian Mahoney
109-104 vic-
tory over the
TORONTO — The Warriors relied on a cham- Barack Obama T o r o n t o
Rap t o rs
pion’s heart to overcome their weary bodies. Sunday night at Scotiabank Arena.
Klay Thompson scored 25 points before When Obama was shown on
leaving with a hamstring injury, Stephen the overhead video screen and
Curry had 23 and the Warriors ran off the first introduced in the second quarter,
18 points of the second half on the way to a he received a loud ovation and
109-104 victory over the Toronto Raptors on “MVP! MVP!” chants.
Sunday night that tied the NBA Finals at one
game apiece. Trump to give Presidential
With Kevin Durant already out and
Thompson eventually joining him in the Medal of Freedom to West
fourth quarter, the Warriors don’t feel great — WASHINGTON — President
but they would’ve felt a whole lot worse fly- Donald Trump says that Jerry
ing home in a 2-0 hole. West, the pro
“I think that when you get to this stage, our b as k et b al l
DNA shows up,” Curry said. great, will
Andre Iguodala, himself slow to get up after receive the
a hard fall in the first half, made the clinching Pres i den t i al
3-pointer with 5.9 seconds left after the Medal of
Raptors scored 10 straight points to cut it to Freedom.
106-104. “The Great
Kawhi Leonard had 34 points and 14 Jerry West
rebounds for the Raptors. They had won five will be
straight since falling behind 2-0 in the receiving our
Donald Trump
Eastern Conference finals. Nation’s highest civilian honor,
Curry appeared to be laboring as well in the The Presidential Medal of
first half, returning to the locker room in the Freedom, for his outstanding
midst of six straight misses to start the career, both on and off the court,”
game. according to the Trump Saturday
But the Warriors cobbled together a good night tweet. West, a member of
enough finish to the second quarter to keep it the basketball Hall of Fame who
close, then stormed out of the locker room played guard for the Los Angeles
with one of their vintage third-quarter Lakers and played college bas-
charges that have been so frequent during ketball at West Virginia
their run to five straight NBA Finals. University. No date was
“Third quarter we didn’t play well enough. announced for the award for the
We missed too many shots,” Raptors guard 81-year-old West, who has also
Kyle Lowry said. “They got out in transition KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS worked as an executive with the
Steph Curry drives to the hoop, as Raptors guard Kyle Lowry, left, looks on, during the Warriors’ Golden State Warriors from
See GAME 2, Page 14 18-0 run to open the second half Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals at Scotiabank Arena. 2011-17.

Giants 8, Orioles 1
Serra grad Bishop ticketed
for 1st round of MLB Draft
STAFF AND WIRE REPORT out of Serra in 2016, Bishop’s
HUNTER BISHOP draft stock is set to improve this
The Barry Bonds treatment of OF, Arizona State, 20, 6-5, 210 year. That has everything to do
Arizona State junior Hunter Slugging outfielder has powerful with the left-handed power that
Bishop paid off for Southern left-handed swing that has him resulted in 22 homers and 63 RBIs
Mississippi in the Baton Rouge ranked among in his junior season to go with a
Regional of the NCAA Baseball national leaders .356/.482/.792 slash line.
Tournament. in home runs Bishop was just 2 for 9 in the
The 20-year-old power-hitting (22), RBIs (63), weekend Regional, but drew seven
outfielder out of Serra High School total bases walks along the way. He also took
was walked three times in (165) and runs four free passes in Saturday’s 13-5
Sunday’s elimination game, scored (65). Has win over Stony Brook.
Jeff Samardzija worked six innings to improve his record to 3-4 in the
including in his final at-bat, while l i g h t - t o we r
Giants’ second straight win Sunday at Camden Yards. Orioles with No. 1 overall pick
the Sun Devils still led late at power and fin-

Giants unbeaten in June Bertman Field.

But Southern Mississippi fin-
ished off Arizona State’s season —
and, in all likelihood, Bishop’s
Hunter Bishop homers shy of
Sun Devils’ sin-
gle-season record of 27 by Mitch
five Adley Rutschman has been a
powerful presence at the plate and
a formidable force behind it for
Two-game win streak matches SF’s best from May collegiate career — with a remark- Jones in 2000. Had 44-game on-
Oregon State.
That tantalizing combination
By David Ginsburg tive at the expense of the horrid able comeback, scoring three base streak. Younger brother of could make the switch-hitting
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baltimore Orioles, both the team times in the eighth inning and Mariners outfielder Braden Bishop catcher the No. 1 overall pick.
and its veteran third baseman head- four more in the ninth to walk-off (third round, 2015). Baltimore leads things off for
BALTIMORE — The Giants and ed out of town seeking to extend with a 13-12 win. the second time in franchise histo-
Evan Longoria came to Camden this good fortune deep into June. The silver lining for Bishop? It round selection in the Major ry, and first since it selected LSU
Yards looking to break out of Longoria homered and drove in shouldn’t take but 24 hours to League Baseball draft beginning pitcher Ben McDonald in 1989.
extended slumps. reinvigorate his standout 2019 Monday night.
Having accomplished that objec- See GIANTS, Page 13 campaign as he projects as a first- A 24th round pick by the Padres See DRAFT, Page 15
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Bruins’ potent power play is key to Cup Final

By Stephen Whyno

ST. LOUIS — Patrice Bergeron wins the

faceoff and Jake DeBrusk retrieves the puck
for Torey Krug, who waits just long enough
for Bergeron to set up and shoots it at his
stick for a textbook deflection goal.
This is the Boston Bruins’ masterful power
play at its nearly unstoppable best.
When the Bruins go on the power play, it’s
poetry in motion on the ice that comes from
a combination of detailed coaching and plan-
ning, high-end talent and exquisite execu-
Boston scored with precise efficiency on
all four of its power-play chances in a 7-2
rout of the St. Louis Blues in Game 3 and is
the biggest reason the Bruins lead the
Stanley Cup Final 2-1 going into Game 4 GONZALO FUENTES/REUTERS
Serena Williams of the U.S. reacts during her
“It’s just the creativity and guys stepping Joakim Nordstrom, left, controls the puck against Blues center Brayden Schenn and goaltender third-round match against Sofia Kenin.
into certain roles, certain spots, and we fill
in for each other,” Krug said. “When we’re on
and we’re in sync, we’re a really dangerous
Toronto, Columbus and Carolina already
Jordan Binnington in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final Saturday at Enterprise Center.
municating and trying to look for different
things. With Torey back there making the
plays that he’s making, we get lucky some-
opportunity that we’re going to have to
score a goal,” said Krug, who joined Hall of
Famer Denis Potvin as the only defensemen
Serena Williams faces earliest
figured that out in the first three rounds, and times.” to record at least four points in a Cup Final
St. Louis needs to develop a solution or this This has nothing to do with luck. game. Grand Slam exit in five years
series will be over quicker than Krug can Bruce Cassidy is a power-play mastermind “We’ve been able to, after 10 power plays
By Howard Fendrich
move the puck. who can spot trends and flaws as well as any through two games, point out some things.
Boston’s playoff-best power play has con- coach in the NHL. After the Bruins scored on Without giving it away, we’re trying to take
verted on 35.9% of its opportunities and two of their 10 power plays in Games 1 and advantage of it now.”
2, he noticed a hole in the Blues’ penalty Cassidy said his power play operates dif- PARIS — Serena Williams hadn’t played
could be the first unit to finish over 30% in
kill, made some adjustments and, boom, ferently from a lot of other hockey teams much all year. Hadn’t practiced much, either.
the postseason since the 1981 champion
Boston scored four power-play goals ... on because it relies more on puck movement She dealt with an injured ankle in January, a
New York Islanders.
four shots. down low than a blast from the point. viral illness in March, then a bad left knee
“We just have a lot of different abilities and
“Bruce does a great job of giving us cues Blues penalty killer Ryan O’Reilly noted in March, April and May.
talents out there,” puck retrieving ace Brad
that if this player does this, this is the the Bruins worked more from Krug at the point She wasn’t sure whether it even made
Marchand said. “We’ve been together for a
option that we’re going to have and the in Game 3 and it caught them off guard. sense to show up for the French Open at all.
while now, so we’re comfortable with com-
So, a reporter wanted to know, given all of
that, would the 37-year-old Williams have

New heavyweight champ’s upset been satisfied ahead of time if someone had
told her she would wind up making it to the
third round?
evokes comps to Tyson-Douglas Hahahahahaha. Are you kidding? This is
Williams we’re talking about here, as talent-
By Dan Gelston lot more after he stepped ed and competitive an athlete as there is.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS out a champion, posing “I would have thought they were lying,
for pictures with the because I wouldn’t expect to have gotten
NEW YORK — Andy Ruiz Jr. could have WB A/ I B F / WB O/ I B O only to the third round,” came the reply
passed for any New Yorker, just a roly-poly championship title belts Saturday evening, after Williams was beaten
guy in a too-tight Knicks jersey and side- draped over his arms — 6-2, 7-5 in that round by 20-year-old
ways baseball cap weaving his way through an appropriate number, American Sofia Kenin. “So I would have
a crowded sidewalk on his way back to the one for each time he flat- ANDREW COULDRIDGE/REUTERS been like, ‘That’s not true.”’
hotel. But those people were there cheering tened Joshua at the Andy Ruiz Jr., right, dolled out the first defeat Here is the way Williams’ coach, Patrick
Mouratoglou, summed up her mindset: “She
for Ruiz, outstretched arms for selfies, pats Andy Ruiz Jr. Garden. of Anthony Joshua’s career Saturday night.
doesn’t come here to do second round, third
on the back, asking for autographs and a “It’s an upset, isn’t it,” of Buster Douglas and other heavyweight
few fans yelling “Mexican pride!” Joshua said. “The bookies said I was a shockers when the massive underdog round, quarters or semis. She comes to win.”
Maybe the boxing world didn’t know favorite. One shot on top of the dome kind knocked down Joshua twice in the third But here’s the thing: Williams needs to be
much about Ruiz before he was nearly booed of rattled me a bit. But the better man won. round and two more times in the decisive closer to her highest level than she was in
out of Madison Square Garden as he stepped Respect to Andy. Now I move forward.” seventh to stake his claim to shares of the Paris if she is going to do what she wants to
into the ring against undefeated champion Ruiz, the first fighter of Mexican descent
Anthony Joshua. But they learned a whole to win a heavyweight title, stirred memories See RUIZ, Page 14 See SERENA, Page 16

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A’s go 12 with Astros but can’t stave off sweep
“I’m doing everything I can,” tossed Stephen Piscotty after he
By Josh Dubow
Astros 6, A’s 4, 12 innings Straw said. “Just let those guys questioned a called third strike that
power that way. There are certain Oa k l a n d. behind me take care of the rest. Get ended the 10th inning. Melvin
OAKLAND — The Astros are times you have to figure out to get Houston also on base is my job and create havoc then came out to argue and was
still the class of the AL West. And some key hits with two outs with swept the A’s at on the bases.” tossed as well. Porter ejected
they played like it in a three-game guys on. We had some opportuni- home in a three- Josh James (3-0) pitched two Semien on Saturday for arguing a
sweep of the A’s. ties.” game series in perfect innings for the win. foul ball call. It was the first career
Oakland was held to seven runs Astros call-up Myles Straw had April. Trivino took the loss for the ejection for both Semien and
in the series with all the scoring three hits, three stolen bases and He beat out an third time in Oakland’s past four Piscotty.
coming on six homers. They had scored his third run of the game on infield hit in games. “We’re in a competitive situa-
four solo homers Sunday with Michael Brantley’s go-ahead sin- the third tion there and tensions are high
Robbie Grossman, Jurickson gle in the 12th inning. Trainer’s room and when something like that hap-
Profar, Ramon Laureano and Matt Lou Trevino inning; sin-
pens, you’re not happy,” Piscotty
Straw, who was primarily a gled, stole a Left-hander Brett Anderson, who
Chapman all connecting but pinch-runner as a September call- base and scored from second on an said. “Most umpires can kind of
couldn’t generate any other was removed as a precaution let you vent a little bit. He didn’t.
up last season, has delivered in a infield grounder in the fifth;
offense through 12 innings in a 6- Saturday after feeling something He didn’t the other night.”
big way since getting another walked stole a base and scored in
4 extra-inning loss. in his right side, got treatment and
chance earlier in the week when the seventh; and then started the
“It’s been a little bit of a roller- Carlos Correa went on the injured winning rally in the 12th with a the A’s are hopeful he will be able Up next
coaster for us, ” manager Bob list with a cracked rib. He scored single and stolen base off Lou to make his next start Friday at A’s right-hander Frankie Montas
Melvin said. “We have to find a the tying run as a pinch-runner on Trivino (2-3). Texas. (6-2, 2.40 ERA) heads into the
way to be more consistent. Friday and then did just about Alex Bregman walked with one series opener Tuesday at the
Usually when we are good, we draw everything in his third career start out before Brantley and Yuli More ejections Angels having gone eight straight
some walks making guys work and to give the Astros their sixth Gurriel followed with RBI singles Home plate umpire Alan Porter starts without allowing a home
get some guys on base and use our sweep in their last nine series in that made it 6-4. ejected two more A’s this game. He run.

was his first getting quality starts,” Bochy said. Mariners trade Bruce to MLB briefs
GIANTS m ul t i h o m e r
“Hopefully it will be contagious.”
Trey Mancini homered for
Baltimore, which managed only
Phillies; recall Braden Bishop
For the second time this season,
$21,317,204 remaining in the $39
million, three-year contract Bruce
Continued from page 11 and No. 3 over- four hits. Braden Bishop will step into major agreed to with the New York Mets in
all. “After that (home run) he threw a league action in the wake of a depart- January 2018.
The last-place great game,” Mancini said of ing legend. Philadelphia sent the Mariners
three runs, Brandon Crawford went Giants took two Samardzija. “He just made that one The Seattle Mariners Sunday trad-
deep twice and the Giants got a minor league infielder Jake
of three from mistake there, and after that he was ed former All- Scheiner, a native of Santa Rosa
solid pitching performance from the Orioles, pretty lights out.” Star outfielder
Jeff Samardzija in an 8-1 rout on Brandon who played at Maria Carrillo with
Crawford who haven’t Orioles starter Gabriel Ynoa (0- Jay Bruce to the Cal junior and reigning 2018
Sunday. won a series NL East-leading
2) pitched five innings, giving up Golden Spikes Award winner
It was the 999th victory for since April 24 against the White five hits and four runs, two earned. P h i l a de l p h i a Andrew Vaughn.
Bruce Bochy with San Francisco, Sox. Baltimore owns the worst Phillies. Scheiner will report to Mariners
leaving him one short of joining record in the majors (18-41) and at Roster moves To fill Bruce’s High-A affiliate Modesto.
John McGraw as the only man- home (8-23). roster spot, the
agers in Giants history to win at The Giants recalled catcher
least 1,000.
Longoria wasn’t the only San Aramis Garcia from Triple-A M a r i n e r s Scherzer fans season-high 15
Longoria snapped a career-high
Francisco player to break out of Sacramento and optioned right- Braden Bishop recalled Bishop CINCINNATI — Max Scherzer had
skid. After losing his three previ- hander Sam Coonrod to the same — a San Carlos given up a leadoff double to Tucker
0-for-21 skid with a fourth-inning ous starts, Samardzija (3-4) gave native out of St. Francis-Mountain
drive — his first homer in 50 at- minor league club. Garcia was sum- Barnhart leading off in the eighth,
up a first-inning run before retiring moned because catcher Buster View, and older brother of projected then retired Jose Peraza on a popup
bats — and had a two-run run dou- 16 of his final 17 batters. The first-round pick Monday in the MLB
ble in the fifth. The 33-year-old Posey had a sore right hamstring, and fanned Nick Senzel. The nine-
right-hander allowed three hits and an injury that occurred Saturday. Draft, Arizona State junior Hunter pitch at-bat pushed the three-time
ended up with his second three-hit struck out six over six innings. Bishop — with the elder hitting Cy Young Award winner’s pitch
game of the season. When someone pointed out to .293 with seven home runs at over
“It was good to see Longo come Samardzija that his finish was
Trainer’s room two stints at Triple-A Tacoma this
count to a season-high 117.
With Joey Votto coming to the
through for us,” Bochy said. more impressive than the begin- Posey could go on the injured season. plate, Washington manager Dave
It was the second straight day in ning, he replied, “This just in: I get list before the Giants take on the Earlier this season, Bishop took Martinez walked to the mound.
which the Giants scored eight runs better and throw harder later in the Mets on Tuesday. “After the day off the field in place of Ichiro Suzuki Scherzer shook his head and said he
in a game after doing it only once game. I’ve been that way my whole in New York, we’ll see if he’s avail- when Suzuki exited the final game of wanted to stay in.
in the previous 19. career. It’s always going to be that able to go,” Bochy said. his 19-year major league career. Scherzer struck out Votto on three
“When they have a day like that, way.” Bruce was traded by the Seattle straight called strikes, freezing him
you hope that’s something that On the heels of a seven-inning Up next Mariners on Sunday in a deal that with a 97 mph fastball on the low,
gets them going,” Bochy said. outing by Shaun Anderson on After taking Monday off, the will cost the Phillies just $2.75 mil- outside corner. Scherzer screamed and
“Something to be encouraged Saturday, Samardzija gave the Giants call upon Madison lion over the next 1 1/2 seasons. pumped a fist, spit flying out of his
about.” Giants a solid six innings before Bumgarner (3-5, 4.01 ERA) to As part of the deal, Seattle agreed mouth after his 15th strikeout — his
Crawford hit solo home runs in leaving with a sizable lead. open a three-game series against to pay the Phillies $18,567,204 most since May 2018. The Nationals
the sixth and eighth innings . It “It’s encouraging to see we’re the Mets. next Jan. 15, offsetting most of the held on for a 4-1 win Sunday.
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Iguodala had five quick points including a

GAME 2 3-pointer that moved Golden State into the

lead at 61-59. The surge continued with three
straight baskets from Thompson and three
Continued from page 11 more from Green, whose last one capped the
18-0 run that Elias said was the longest to
start a half in NBA Finals history and made it
and got a little confidence going. We lost 72-59 before Toronto finally got on the
the game there.” board with a 3-pointer with VanVleet with
DeMarcus Cousins was inserted into the 6:20 remaining in the period.
starting lineup and delivered 11 points, 10
rebounds and six assists, and Draymond The Warriors had won 12 straight Game 1s
Green had 17 points, 10 rebounds and nine and this was their first time playing from
assists — missing by one assist a fourth behind in the finals since they were down 2-
straight triple-double. 1 to Cleveland in 2015. They showed no
signs of concern during the off days, and
The series moves to their Oracle Arena for Thompson suggested part of the problem dur-
Games 3 and 4, with the first NBA Finals to ing their 118-109 loss Thursday was rust
be played outside the U.S. assured of return- after they had nine days off in between series.
ing to Canada for Game 5.
The Warriors will hope to have enough Their bigger problem early in Game 2 was
healthy bodies to get through it. Thompson the defense of the Raptors. But Toronto —
Andre Iguodala knocks the ball loose from Toronto’s Pascal Siakam during the third quarter. which had a 23-0 advantage in second-chance
landed awkwardly after a 3-point attempt “It was a great win. We got to go home and The Warriors sure were seeing red, especial-
early in the fourth quarter and limped off soon points — missed a chance to take a comfort-
protect our home floor and we’ll see about all ly Curry, during a mostly miserable first half able lead into the half and couldn’t overcome
after, with backup center Kevon Looney the injuries,” coach Steve Kerr said. “But I’m when they missed 20 of their first 28 shots.
already missing the second half with a chest its 37 percent shooting, with Pascal Siakam
very proud of our team and in particular all He hung his head and didn’t even attempt to going 5 for 18 for 12 points after scoring 32
or shoulder injury. the guys off the bench.” run back when VanVleet stole the ball from in the opener.
And Golden State is still without Durant, Kerr said Thompson told him that he him and made a layup to give Toronto an 11-
who missed his seventh straight game with a thought his injury was minor and he’d be point lead with a little more than 2 minutes
strained right calf but hopes to return during fine, but added that “Klay could be half dead remaining in the half.
the series. and he would say he would be fine.” Kerr was But Curry made two free throws for the final Curry had his streak of 30-point games
For now, they got key contributions from unsure the nature of Looney’s injury. points of the half to cut it to 59-54, then the snapped at six. Wilt Chamberlain and Rick
Quinn Cook, who hit three 3-pointers, and Fred VanVleet scored 17 points for the Warriors came back and pitched a shutout Barry share the Warriors’ postseason record
veteran center Andrew Bogut, who wasn’t Raptors, who had red T-shirts with their slo- until nearly the midpoint of the third quarter with seven straight. ... Kerr earned his 76th
even part of the roster most of the season but gan “We The North” hanging on seats around during a series-changing — perhaps season- postseason victory, moving past Chuck
came off the bench for three baskets. the arena. changing — swing. Daly and Don Nelson.

Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali shirts at the just happy that it’s me.” said he would get in shape for an expected

RUIZ Garden, the mystique of boxing’s past that

often swallows the present stirring in the
home of some of boxing’s most historic
Ruiz, a portly fighter out of Southern
California, has an affable personality and
earned the last-minute title shot (after
rematch later this year.
“Now that I have this time, I want to get
in shape and look like a Mexican Anthony,”
Continued from page 12 bouts. The 29-year-old Ruiz already has Jarrell Miller’s failed drug tests booted him Ruiz said, laughing. “But I was ready for
attracted some A-list fans — The Rock and to the sideline) not through angry made-for- war. I was ready for all 12 rounds.”
heavyweight crown . Debate the health or Conor McGregor tweeted congratulations TV demands or even convincing KO’s Is the heavyweight division ready for the
relevance of boxing all you want, but for a — and could score more if he can stretch his through the ranks. Instead, he got bold and upheaval ahead?
night, at an electric Garden stuffed with 15 minutes into a few successful title sent promoter Eddie Hearn a direct message
defenses. on Instagram asking for a shot that said, Joshua was positioned as the star of the
celebs and 20,000 singing, roaring fans, division, and the British fighter made his
there was no better place to be in sports. “Give me this fight, I will fight harder than
“I think it’s going to do a lot for my com- any of the names you’ve mentioned, I will fight debut in the United State to great fan-
Most casual sports fans couldn’t name a munity, for Mexico,” Ruiz said. “Now they give you a better fight and I will beat fare. Joshua milked the applause of the
modern boxer outside of Floyd Mayweather can say that they have the first Mexican Anthony Joshua.” crowd and soaked in the spotlight as he
Jr., and there were plenty of fans wearing heavyweight champion of the world. I’m walked to the ring. His win seemingly a
Hearn agreed to the pitch and a main event mere formality, Joshua knew bigger, lucra-
was hatched. tive bouts against the likes of Tyson Fury
Ruiz, knocked down in the third round, is and Deontay Wilder were on the horizon.
quick to make fun of his girth — his gener- The oft-ignored heavyweight division got a
ously listed 270 pounds puts the heavy in boost over the last few years and any com-
heavyweight. His trunks sat a bit too low bination of Joshua, Wilder and Fury fights
for his flabby frame as he faced off against would mean big business and title unifica-
the chiseled Joshua. With four champi- tion in the muddled mix of boxing organiza-
onship belts in front of him on a table, Ruiz tions.
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outfielder taken in draft. SEC Tournament Frogs. Was 41st overall pick by Pirates in

DRAFT MVP brought 41-game on-base streak into

Sunday’s games. Cemented status as poten-
tial top-five pick when selected last summer
2016 — highest selection to go unsigned
that year. Expected to become school’s
highest-drafted player, topping Lance
Cardinal force
Continued from page 11

Rutschman, a Golden Spikes Award finalist

as Cape Cod League’s top prospect.

Broadway (No. 15 by White Sox in 2005).
Uses three-quarters arm angle to throw mid-
90s fastball with nice sink. Slider also plus-
pitch that sits in low-80s and complements
Monday finale
and the Pac-12 player of the year, has been
linked to the Orioles at No. 1 for most of the
college season.
Texas high school shortstop Bobby Witt
OF, Lakeside H.S. (Washington), 18, 5-11, 161
Speedster committed to play at UCLA, but
expected to be top-10 pick. Lacks size of
most premier prospects, but not tools.
solid changeup.

with Fresno St.
By Rick Eymer
Jr., the son of former major league pitcher Gatorade’s Washington state player of year RHP, West Virginia, 21, 6-6, 260, junior THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bobby Witt; Cal first baseman Andrew hit .540 with nine home runs and 26 RBIs Unanimous Big 12 pitcher of year had
Vaughn; Vanderbilt outfielder JJ Bleday; and from left side of plate while playing excel- school-record 144 strikeouts while going STANFORD — Closer Jack Little recorded
Georgia high school shortstop CJ Abrams are lent defense in center field. Has solid line- 9-4 with 2.08 ERA and just 27 walks in 108 the final nine outs to save Stanford’s 8-6
also possibilities to have their names called drive power to all fields and always threat 1/3 innings. Imposing power pitcher victory over Fresno State
early by Commissioner Rob Manfred at MLB on bases with 11 steals as senior. slings fastball in mid- to upper-90s. Also at the Stanford Regional
Network studios in Secaucus, New Jersey. mixes in solid slider and changeup. Went Sunday night and extend
“It’s hard to understate it — it’s a huge RILEY GREENE undrafted out of high school, but led Cape the Cardinal’s season for
opportunity,” Baltimore general manager OF, Hagerty H.S. (Florida), 18, 6-1, 191 Cod League in strikeouts last summer. Had at least another day.
Mike Elias said. “Any time you’re picking Gatorade’s Florida state player of year hit scoreless streak of 33 1/3 innings this sea- Duke Kinamon drove in
high in the draft, not just the No. 1 pick, but .422 with eight homers, 27 RBIs and 38 son, span that included consecutive two runs and Tim Tawa
a top-10 pick, you’ve got a pretty good shot runs scored as arguably country’s top prep shutouts of Texas Tech and Kansas with 15 had three hits for
of really getting a franchise cornerstone. But outfielder. Has smooth left-handed swing strikeouts in each game. Stanford (44-12), which
it’s not a 100% shot by any stretch of the that produces consistent line drives. forced another game
imagination. It’s probably more like 50-50 if Projects as corner outfielder in pros with JACKSON RUTLEDGE Jack Little
Monday night at 7 p.m.
you look at the historical records of it. So you good pop. Was one of stars of Team USA’s RHP, San Jacinto J.C. (Texas), 20, 6-8, 240 The winner will take on Mississippi State in
feel a lot of pressure. There’s a big upside to 18-and-under national team, leading squad Big righty fires fastballs that sit in mid- a best-of-three Super Regional in
the opportunity, but nobody has a crystal ball with 20 RBIs. to upper-90s late into games as part of five- Starkville, Mississippi.
and it’s not easy to nail. pitch repertoire that includes solid slider Stanford starter Erik Miller (8-2) gave up six
“So we just do as much work as we can SHEA LANGELIERS and knee-buckling curve. Top junior college runs, four earned, on six hits. He walked three
going into it, and do what we think is right.” C, Baylor, 21, 6-foot, 190 prospect in this year’s draft class went 9-2 and struck out a career-high 12 in 5 2/3
That could lead to the Orioles doing what Outstanding defensive catcher threw out with four complete games, 0.87 ERA and innings. Zach Grech got the final out of the
has been expected for weeks: taking the 14 of 25 would-be basestealers. Would be 134 Ks and 30 walks in 82 2/3 innings. Was sixth and gave up a single to open the seventh
impressive Rutschman, who hit .411 with a shoo-in for first catcher selected if not for considered a top high school pitcher in before Little came on to earn his 11th save.
career-best 17 homers with 58 RBIs and threw Oregon State’s Adley Rutschman. Bounced Missouri, but opted for college. Transferred Fresno State starter Nikoh Michell lasted
out 13 of 27 baserunners for the Beavers. back from broken hamate bone in left hand from Arkansas after freshman season. three innings, allowing four runs — three
that sidelined him for 10 games. Has raw earned — on four hits. He walked seven and
Giants pick 10th overall; A’s 29th power in smooth right-handed swing. Hit Other po tenti al earl y fi rs t-ro unders : struck out one.
With the San Francisco Giants picking .308 with 10 homers and 42 RBIs. Set Florida high school RHP Matthew Allan; Zach Presno’s three-run homer for the
10th overall, here are some of the other pro- NCAA Tournament record with 11 RBIs in Texas high school 3B Brett Baty; California Bulldogs tied the game at 4-all in the fourth
jected first-rounders likely to be available: three-homer game vs. Omaha on Saturday high school 3B Keoni Cavaco; Tulane 3B after McCarthy Tatum led off the inning
night. Kody Hoese; Elon RHP George Kirby; UNLV with a solo shot.
JJ BLEDAY shortstop Bryson Stott; and Kentucky left-
NICK LODOLO hander Zack Thompson. See NCAA, Page 16
OF, Vanderbilt, 21, 6-3, 205
Finalist for Golden Spikes Award given to LHP, TCU, 21, 6-6, 185
country’s top overall player. Southeastern Generally regarded as top pitching
Conference player of year leads nation in prospect in this year’s class is 6-6 with
homers with school-record 26, with quick 2.36 ERA and has struck out 131 while
lefty swing. Expected to be first college walking just 25 in 103 innings for Horned
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memory or champion’s aura. obvious, I think. ... She was fight-

East Division
W L Pct GB
East Division
W L Pct GB
SERENA Especially when facing gutsy
opponents like the 35th-ranked
ing, but she’s not prepared enough
to win those matches.”
Williams agreed with that assess-
New York 38 20 .655 — Philadelphia 33 26 .559 — Continued from page 12 “When you play Serena, you’ve ment.
Tampa Bay 35 22 .614 2 1/2 Atlanta 32 27 .542 1 got to control all the points, “I’m just pretty far away, but ...
Boston 30 29 .508 8 1/2 New York 28 31 .475 5
you’ve got to dictate, because she’s the optimistic part is I haven’t been
Toronto 21 38 .356 17 1/2 Washington 26 33 .441 7 do, which is raise her Grand Slam
Baltimore 18 41 .305 20 1/2 Miami 21 36 .368 11 going to take control of the able to be on the court as much as I
trophy count. Right now she’s at
points,” Kenin said. “She’s the best would have,” she said. “That’s OK.
Central Division Central Division 23, more than anyone in the pro-
of the best.” At least I can start trying to put the
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB fessional era. In the history of ten-
This was Williams’ earliest Grand time in now.”
Minnesota 40 18 .690 — Milwaukee 34 26 .567 — nis, only Margaret Court has
Chicago 29 30 .492 11 1/2 Chicago 31 26 .544 1 1/2 Slam loss since 2014, and her per- To that end, Williams did not rule
more, with 24, some won against
Cleveland 29 30 .492 11 1/2 St. Louis 30 28 .517 3 formance was as shaky as can be. out entering a grass-court tuneup
Detroit 22 34 .393 17 Pittsburgh 28 30 .483 5 amateur competition.
She lost eight of the initial 10 tournament ahead of the next Grand
Kansas City 19 40 .322 21 1/2 Cincinnati 27 32 .458 6 1/2 On Sunday, Williams already was games, ended up with twice as many Slam tournament on the calendar,
West Division West Division
looking ahead, writing on unforced errors as Kenin and often Wimbledon.
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Instagram: “Yesterday was not my was left shaking her head or mutter- She hasn’t done that since 2011.
Houston 40 20 .667 — Los Angeles 41 19 .683 — day. But it’s about getting up time ing to herself or gesticulating in “I’m definitely feeling short on
Texas 30 27 .526 8 1/2 Colorado 31 27 .534 9 and time again after you fall. Here’s despair after dropping a point. matches, and just getting in the
Angels 29 30 .492 10 1/2 San Diego 30 29 .508 10 1/2
A’s 29 30 .492 10 1/2 Arizona 30 30 .500 11
to a multitude of tomorrows.” Since twisting her ankle along swing of things. I don’t really like
Seattle 25 37 .403 16 Giants 24 34 .414 16 It’s not as if Williams can’t still the way to blowing four match playing out points when I prac-
summon the elite strokes and strat- points in the Australian Open quar- tice,” she said. “I have some time
Saturday’s Games Saturday’s Games egy necessary to thrive. She terfinals, Williams had played only on my hands, so maybe I’ll jump in
Minnesota 6,Tampa Bay 2 Milwaukee 12, Pittsburgh 10, 13 innings
Cleveland 5,ChicagoWhite Sox 2 San Francisco 8, Baltimore 2 demonstrated that by getting to the four matches in 2019, going 2-2. and get a wild card on one of these
San Francisco 8,Baltimore 2 Atlanta 10, Detroit 5 finals at Wimbledon and the U.S. She pulled out of Indian Wells grass-court events and see what
Texas 6,Kansas City 2 Washington 5, Cincinnati 2 Open last year, when she returned to because she was sick, then the happens.”
Atlanta 10,Detroit 5 St. Louis 7, Chicago Cubs 4 the tour following the September
Angels 6,Seattle 3 Colorado 4, Toronto 2
Miami Open and the Italian Open As usual, all eyes will be on
N.Y.Yankees 5,Boston 3 Arizona 6, N.Y. Mets 5, 11 innings
2017 birth of her daughter. because of her knee. Williams when play starts at the All
Colorado 4,Toronto 2 L.A. Dodgers 4, Philadelphia 3 Williams, though, is no longer at “She had such a short period of England Club on July 1.
Houston 5,Oakland 1 Miami 9, San Diego 3 the stage of her career, or perhaps time to prepare,” Mouratoglou said “I want her to be ready,”
Sunday’s Games Sunday’s Games an age, where she can get by purely after the loss to Kenin. “All I know Mouratoglou said. “Whatever we
San Francisco 8,Baltimore 1 San Francisco 8, Baltimore 1
Minnesota 9,Tampa Bay 7 Washington 4, Cincinnati 1
on her considerable will or muscle is, she was not ready and it was need to do we will do.”
Atlanta 7,Detroit 4 Atlanta 7, Detroit 4
ChicagoWhite Sox 2,Cleveland 0 Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 2 teammates.
Texas 5,Kansas City 1
Colorado 5,Toronto 1
Houston 6,Oakland 4,12 innings
Angels 13,Seattle 3
St. Louis 2, Chicago Cubs 1
Colorado 5, Toronto 1
Arizona 7, N.Y. Mets 1
L.A. Dodgers 8, Philadelphia 0
NCAA With two outs and no one on in
the sixth, the Bulldogs rallied to
score a pair of unearned runs to
Arkansas into Super Regional
Christian-San Jose grad Patrick
Boston 8,N.Y.Yankees 5 Miami 9, San Diego 3 Continued from page 15 pull within 8-6, ending Miller’s Wicklander combined with two
Monday’s Games Monday’s Games relievers on a five-hitter and
Angels (Cahill 2-5) at Cubs (Lester 3-4),1:05 p.m.
Angels (Cahill 2-5) at Cubs (Lester 3-4), 1:05 p.m.
Houston (Martin 1-1) at Seattle (LeBlanc 2-2),7:10 p.m. Fresno State (40-15-1) then put Arkansas advanced to host a Super
L.A. (Buehler 5-1) at Arizona (Ray 4-2), 6:40 p.m. Stanford regained the lead in the
Philadelphia (Nola 6-0) at SD (Lauer 4-4), 7:10 p.m. its first two batters on in the sev- Regional for the second straight year
bottom of the inning on
TRANSACTIONS Kinamon’s single that scored enth but Little got out of the jam.
He struck out a Nolan Dempsey and
with a 6-0 victory over TCU Sunday.
Dominic Fletcher had a two-run
SEATTLE MARINERS — Traded OF Jay Bruce and NBA FINALS Brandon Wulff. Kinamon, trying
catcher Maverick Handley threw double in a three-run first inning
cash to Philadelphia for INF Jake Scheiner.Recalled OF to stretch it to a double, was
Braden Bishop from Tacoma (PCL).Assigned Scheiner Warriors 1, Toronto 1 out Tatum trying to steal second and Matt Goodheart connected on
thrown out to end the inning.
to Modesto (Cal). Signed OF Jaycob Brugman and SS Thursday, May 30: Toronto 118, Warriors 109 before Emilio Nogales flied out to a two-run homer in the fifth.
Kelby Tomlinson to minor league contracts.
Sunday, June 2: Warriors 109, Toronto 104 The Cardinal extended their lead left. Arkansas (44-17) swept a home
Wednesday, June 5: Toronto at Warriors, 6 p.m.
Coonrod to Sacramento (PCL). Recalled C Aramis
Friday, June 7: Toronto at Warriors, 6 p.m.
to 8-4 in the fifth against Jamison Carter Bins led off the ninth regional for the second consecu-
Garcia from Sacramento. Hill (2-2), who had words with the with single but Little got a strike- tive year and will face Mississippi
American Association x-Monday, June 10:Warriors at Toronto, 6 p.m.
KANSAS CITY T-BONES — Signed OF Daniel Nava, x-Thursday,June 13:Toronto at Warriors,6 p.m. home plate umpire after the inning out, an infield pop-up and an in a best-of-three Super Regional
RHP Jon Perrin and INF Dylan Tice. x-Sunday, June 16:Warriors at Toronto, 5 p.m. and needed to be escorted away by infield groundout. in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
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A diminished ‘Godzilla’ still bests ‘Rocketman’ Snakes on the brain
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Octavia Spencer-led horror film “Ma,” o avoid being accused of speciesism, let’s follow
swelled theaters with a variety of last two weeks’ “why dogs dig” and “are cats
NEW YORK — The latest iteration of the Godzilla fran- options. social?” columns with one about our legless
chise took over the top spot from “Aladdin” and roared loud- Dexter Fletcher’s fantastical Elton friends. Why would anyone want to live with snakes?
er than Elton John at the weekend box office, but it still left John biopic “Rocketman, ” starring That’s a question I get asked with surprising frequency,
a notably smaller footprint on North American theaters Taron Egerton, didn’t launch with the often by adolescent boys’ mothers.
than its city-wrecking predecessors. same bravado as last year’s Freddie Whether this assures or terrifies you, pet snakes are not
“Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” Warner Bros. and Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody.” uncommon. The American Pet Production Association
Legendary Entertainment’s sequel to 2014’s “Godzilla,” was But it opened solidly in third with $25 claims 85 million U.S. household
brought down to size by poor reviews and middling interest Elton John million. The weekend’s most profitable (or 68% of us) have companion ani-
from moviegoers, selling $49 million in tickets, according release, by percentage, was likely the mals, and that includes 9.4 million
to studio estimates Sunday. Blumhouse Production thriller “Ma,” which made $18.2 pet reptiles. That’s roughly one-
While still good enough for No. 1, that total was $10-15 million against a $5 million budget. tenth of the number of dogs (89.7
million off industry expectations and close to half of the Even with a toothless “Godzilla,” the weekend was up million) and cats (95.6 million) in
$93 million debut of the previous “Godzilla” movie. drastically — 62 percent, according to Comscore — from our homes; in other words, for every
Still, the weekend, led by one of the most classic movie the same weekend last year, when the swiftly forgotten 10 people you know who have cats
monsters, brought Hollywood’s summer season into full “Solo” was in its second weekend. or dogs, likely you know one who
swing. Last week’s top film, Disney’s live-action, blue- Part of the appeal of giant monster films from a studio lives with a turtle, lizard or snake.
Will Smith “Aladdin” remake, slid to second with $42 mil- standpoint is their popularity in Asia. This “Godzilla” fared Focusing on the legless reptiles,
lion in its second weekend. And a rush of newcomers, best in China, opening there with $70 million. It made most estimates claim about 750,000
including the Elton John biopic “Rocketman” and the $130 million internationally overall. snakes kept as pets in U.S. homes.
Why do people keep them? Seriously? Why do people do
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new home by providing referrals to resi-
dential dwellings, explaining the reloca-
tion process and helping tenants apply
anything? Why do we spend billions of hours and dollars
watching grown men in Spandex chase a two-pointed ball
back and forth? OK, football is more socially and com-
monly accepted than, say, collecting stamps or hugging
for benefits, according to the report. boas, but all of it is based on what some individuals find
Benefits are based on the difference intrinsically interesting while others sit back in wonder.
affordable units to a much larger number of affordable over a 42-month period between the It is not OK for some snakes to be kept (for example,
units,” Rose said. amount the tenant must pay for a compa- those species collected in the wild, legally or not, and
Councilman Charles Stone also said the goal of selling the rable replacement dwelling and the lesser transported great distances to land in a glass tank in some-
properties is to maximize funding for affordable housing,
adding that the council made the decision to sell in 2014. Charles Stone of their rent plus estimated utilities or one’s living room). For other species (venomous snakes
30% of gross monthly household or the largest constricting species, for example), it’s defi-
“We all know there isn’t anywhere near enough money income, according to the report.  nitely not OK for people to have these animals in homes.
available from the state, regionally or locally to help fund “The money can be used to augment new rent or pay for a Certain species (corn- and king-snakes, ball pythons, as
affordable housing projects. If we could relocate people down payment — whatever the tenants choose to do and examples) have been captive bred for generations and
effectively and within the law and aggregate those resources, wherever they choose to do it,” Rose said. while not truly domesticated can safely and even ethically
we could use them to create more affordable housing,” he The tenants were notified of the city’s intent to sell in be housed, if housed and cared for appropriately. One needs
said. “We wanted to make sure we were able to relocate folks 2016 and were given a draft copy of the relocation plan in to be careful about where acquired (PHS/SPCA often has
in a way that made sense for them and that’s a large part of March of this year, according to the report.  rescued snakes for adoption) and to make sure husbandry
the reason why this has taken four years.”  “This is not something I’m excited to do, but it’s gone information is right. For those types that make acceptable
The three-bedroom single-family residence is occupied by well so far,” Rose said.  pets there is no reason to feed anything but frozen
two adults and two children paying $1,440 per moth in rent, In addition to the aforementioned units, the city also (defrosted!) mice available at most pet supply shops. Back
which is considered “low income.” One of the condos is acquired from the redevelopment agency two other afford- to that “why?”: I don’t watch football or keep snakes, but
occupied by two seniors paying $708 in rent and the other able ones, two special needs group homes and several other I’ll definitely pick the latter if I have to choose.
condo is currently home to an adult and child paying $1,192 vacant or underdeveloped sites. Rose said the city is look-
in rent. Both households count as “very low income.” ing for a new operator for the group homes, but has no plans Ken White is the president of the Peninsula Humane Society
The city has retained relocation consulting firm Autotemp to sell those units or the vacant properties. & SPCA.
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Through Team IMPACT’s program at Division I Stanford University, 13-year-old Jahbriah Kaho
of San Mateo became an official member of the women’s volleyball team. As a team member,
she will attend Cardinal practices, games, team dinners, events and more. Team IMPACT is a
Boston-based nonprofit that connects children facing serious or chronic illnesses with college
athletic teams, forming life-long bonds and life-changing outcomes.


Floral Designer Gabriela Reid of Colorful Events in San Mateo prepares to take part in Bouquets
to Art, underway June 4-9 at the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park. Marking its 35th
anniversary, Bouquets to Art is a week-long display of floral designs that take inspiration from
the works of art in the de Young’s galleries. Proceeds help underwrite exhibitions, conservation
projects, and education programs at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. To purchase
tickets or obtain more information, visit or call 415-750-
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in Redwood City *** Valley, Sequoia, Technology and Terra Nova. California Girls State, a week-long rising senior
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Nobody hurt in Local briefs Snowpack 202% of
Calendar gas blast that rattled buildings hour to douse the fire.
average for this time of year
MONDAY, JUNE 3 FRIDAY, JUNE 7 SANTA CLARA — Authorities say Evan Rosales told KGO-TV the explo- SAN FRANCISCO — California water
Inclusivity Through Film: June Free First Friday. 10 a.m. to 4 nobody was hurt when an explosion at a sion rattled his catering business and officials say the amount of snow blanket-
‘Marwencol.’ 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. p.m. San Mateo County History
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood chemical plant shook buildings for sent his employees scrambling out the ing the Sierra Nevada is even bigger than
Millbrae. Watch and discuss the film. City. Not only is admission free the miles in the San Francisco Bay Area. back door. the 2017 snowpack that pulled the state
Free. For more information call 580- entire day, but two programs are out of a five-year drought.
6134. planned for the public without any The blast Saturday at Air Products in Fire officials said the blast occurred as
fees. At 11 a.m., preschool children will Santa Clara sent flames shooting high a tanker truck was being filled with The Sierra snowpack measured 202%
Dance Connection with Live Music be invited to learn about growing into the air. It took crews more than an hydrogen. of average after a barrage of wet storms.
by Paul Fontes. Free dance lessons things. They will construct a paper
6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. with open dance garden bed with flowers to take Hotel tax revenue continues to rise in more spending, according to the report
from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Burlingame
Woman’s Club, 241 Park Road,
Burlingame. American style ballroom.
Western night do wear boots and ban-
danas. Admission $10 members, $12
home. At 2 p.m., museum docents will
lead tours of the museum for adults.
Free. For more information call 299-
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South San Francisco as well, according
to the report which shows $16.8 mil-
lion should be collected in transient
which shows general fund expenditures
will grow to $111.3 million, or $3.2
million more than the previous adopted
guests. Free entry for men with dance Kidz in Motion. 10:15 p.m. South San occupancy tax in the upcoming year, budget.
experience. Light refreshments. For Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange
more information call 342-2221. Ave., South San Francisco. Kids will about $1 million more than the previ- Salary and benefits account for an
move, play games, sing, stretch and property assessed value,” said the ous fiscal year’s level. overwhelming majoring of the general
Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San balance to foster gross motor skills. report. “The increase in assessed value Voters last fall also approved hiking fund spending, amounting to about
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange Recommended for ages 2-5 years old. is driven by new properties entering
Ave., South San Francisco. Free. For Free. For more information call 829- the city’s hotel tax, from 10% to 14%, 78% of expenditures. Pay increases
more information call 829-3860. 3860. the tax roll and the reassessment of and the rate jumped to 12% in January, include a 3% raise for worker salaries,
existing properties due to building with two more 1% increases projected hiking the city’s minimum wage to $15
TUESDAY, JUNE 4 British Mah Jong. 1:15 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Dating and Relationships San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 improvements.” over the subsequent years. per hour and about $5.1 million more in
Presented by Planned Parenthood. Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Sales tax revenue is projected to With a booming biotech economy contributions to the city’s pension and
6 p.m. South San Francisco Main Join an experienced instructor for an increase too, up to $18.7 million, or
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South San introduction to the game of Mahjong east of Highway 101 driving much of retirement system.
Francisco. Free. For more information using British Mah Jong Association roughly $1.5 million more than the the city’s tourism industry, as well as Even with the heightened projected
call 829-3860. rules. Free. For more information call amount collected in the previous fiscal
522-7490. proximity to San Francisco allocations, officials project about a
Lawyers in the library. 7 p.m. to 9 year, according to the report. International Airport, officials expect $2.6 million surplus in the upcoming
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San Sales tax income in South San hotel tax to be a steady source of fiscal year. The excess funds will flow
de las Pulgas, Belmont. The first Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange
Tuesday of each month the Belmont Avenue, South San Francisco. Identify Francisco is bolstered by voters income in the coming years. into a wholesome reserve fund, which
library, in partnership with the San minerals, surf Google Earth, find approving Measure W, which estab- “Current trends indicate vibrant will reach $48.9 million in the coming
Mateo County Bar Association, holds Sandy Land, consider conservation lished an additional half-cent tax on
free legal clinics. Participants have a and more. Free. For more information tourism and passenger traffic at San fiscal year, about $11 million of which
twenty minute free consultation with call 829-3860. many sales. The sales tax is expected to Francisco International Airport, high is undesignated.
an attorney. Free. To register and for generate about $12 million annually, or average hotel room rates occupancy Considering the rosy outlook, the
more information call 591-8286. CuriOdyssey’s Summer Music
Festival. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey, roughly the same amount as the year rates and strong hotel demand. These report detailed the relative health of the
Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San 1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. prior. Much of the income is slated to factors, in addition to the opening of a city’s immediate financial forecast.
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange Dance to the rhythms of New Orleans
Ave., South San Francisco. Identify with Medicine Ball Music. Hot dinner be spent on capital improvements and new hotel in South San Francisco in “Precluding operating funds that are
minerals, surf Google Earth, find Sandy available for purchase while kids play construction of a new civic center cam- 2019, contribute to the increasing employing a planned spend of existing
Land, consider conservation and with hands-on science exhibits. Cost pus, replacing the existing Municipal
more. Free. For more information call included with admission. For more [transit occupancy tax] revenues,” reserves, all operating funds are pro-
829-3860. information call 342-7755 Services Building which officials claim according to the report. jected to operate at a surplus,” accord-
is antiquated and unsafe. With the increased tax revenue comes ing to the report.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 Centennial Tribute Concert to Nat
Computer Class: King Cole presented by Burlingame
Library Edition. 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Library Foundation. 6 p.m. to 8:30 of POST, said in the release. “I 2016. POST jumped at the opportuni-
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las
Pulgas, Belmont. Learn about how to
investigate your ancestry. For more
information call 591-8286.
p.m. Jazz musician Freddy Cole will
honor his late brother, Nat King Cole,
with a Centennial Concert commem-
orating his 100th birthday.
Burlingame Library, 480 Primrose Rd.,
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applaud the Richesons for their com-
mitment to ensuring the viability of
the San Mateo coast’s farming legacy
ty and was able to purchase all but one
of the parcels. That parcel was sold to
another buyer, but soon after came
Sons in Retirement June Lunch. Burlingame. Cost is $35-$95. For more into the future — a vision they share back on the market and was also pur-
11:45 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. South San information call 348-1555. with POST.” chased by POST. The nonprofit was
Francisco Elk’s Lodge, 920 Stonegate In 2015, the nonprofit launched the
Drive, South San Francisco. $19. Active SATURDAY, JUNE 8 As part of the agreement, POST will ultimately able to reassemble and pre-
senior men’s group lunch has a talk by San Mateo Japanese-American Farmland Futures Initiative to reverse invest $2 million — the equivalent serve the farm parcels with an agricul-
Rosemary Robles, DMV Senior Community Center Parking Lot that trend and the aforementioned land
Ombudsmen. For more information Sale. 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. San Mateo value of the easement — into farm tural conservation easement and it
call 878-5746. Japanese-American Community deals are part of that effort. These land infrastructure projects, including con- worked with Aptos-based FarmLink to
Center, 503 E. 5th Ave., San Mateo. agreements often include conserva- structing reservoirs and farmworker procure the necessary financing. 
Mystery Book Club. Noon. South San Items for sale will include clothing,
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange household goods and plants. For tion easements that not only elimi- housing and repairing buildings.  “This farm is a Half Moon Bay
Ave., South San Francisco. Read any more information call 343-2793. nate the potential for development Fifth Crow Farm, a certified organ- institution that was narrowly saved
title that fits the monthly theme and but also require farming to continue
share with the group. Free. For more Writers Group. 10:30 a.m. South San ic farming business, has been culti- from the auction block,” Wright said
information call 829-3860. Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange on the land. vating a mix of row crops, orchard in the release. “Instead, we have an
Ave., South San Francisco. Free. For The first deal involves a conserva- fruit and pastured eggs on Double outcome that illustrates the power of
Science Matters! 3 p.m. South San more information call 829-3860.
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange tion easement on 102 acres of land on Dog West since 2008, according to creative partnerships: two local non-
Ave., South San Francisco. Identify Slime! 1 p.m. South San Francisco the western portion of Double Dog the release. The farm supplies seven profit organizations and longtime
minerals, surf Google Earth, find Sandy Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
Land, consider conservation and South San Francisco. Through the use
Ranch, located about two miles out- Bay Area farmers’ markets and more dedicated farmers coming together to
more. Free. For more information call of the scientific method, test, observe side Pescadero near Butano State Park. than a dozen restaurants and also preserve the agricultural heritage and
829-3860. and record findings to better under- The easement, valued at about $2 mil-
stand what it takes to make the per- operates a community supported agri- economic viability of farming on the
LGBTQ Book Club. 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. fect slime. Free. For more information lion, was donated by longtime culture program that delivers produce Coast. This is exactly what POST’s
San Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El call 829-3860. landowners Gene and Donna Richeson to several locations on the Farmland Futures Initiative was creat-
Camino Real, San Mateo. All are wel-
come. For more information call 591- Catsino Night to Benefit Nine Lives and it guarantees the land will be used Peninsula.   ed to do.”
0133. Foundation. 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Veterans only for agricultural purposes in per- The other agreement that POST The property has been farmed by
Memorial Senior Center, 1455 petuity, regardless of ownership
A Conversation with State Senate Madison Ave., Redwood City. $125. announced this week helped Half the Andreotti family since 1926 and
Candidates Sally Lieber (SD-13) and Ticket includes BBQ dinner, two drink changes, according to a press release. Moon Bay’s Andreotti Family Farm is located in the heart of the city,
Ann Ravel (SD-15) at a San Mateo tickets and $50 in game chips. For “Thriving local farms have long
County Democracy for America more information call 368-1365. expand ownership to encompass 69 between downtown and Francis
Meeting. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Woodside been the backbone of Pescadero’s acres of farmland, which will also be Beach. The farm primarily produced
Road United Methodist Church, 2000 Morris Day and the Time. 7:30 p.m. economy, creating jobs for local protected in perpetuity. artichokes, beans and broccoli when
Woodside Road, Redwood City. Meet to 9 p.m. San Mateo County Event
two remarkable women running for Center, 2495 S. Delaware St., San workers and providing the greater The Andreotti family trust split the it began over 90 years ago and now
the California Senate. Free. For more Mateo. This concert is a part of the San community with fresh, healthy local property into multiple parcels and put just about every winter vegetable
information call 573-7544. Mateo County Fair’s concert series. produce,” Walter T. Moore, president
Free for fair attendees. For more infor- it up for sale on the open market in imaginable is harvested there.
THURSDAY, JUNE 6 mation call 574-3247.
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call 829-3860. For more information call 522-7444.
Richard Rhodes Discusses ‘Energy:
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104 Training 110 employment 203 public notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
TerMS & condiTionS ¡AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no re-
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newSpaper inTernS decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver-
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- JournaliSM sión. Lea la información a continuación.
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terns to do entry level reporting, re-
errors not materially affecting the value y papeles legales para presentar una re-
search, updates of our ongoing fea-
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer
tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- que se entregue una copia al deman-
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ing conditions, please ask for a Rate dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni-
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We expect a commitment of four to crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor-
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months. The internship is unpaid, but
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lario que usted pueda usar para su re-
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up acadeMy elementary Please send a cover letter describing un formulario de exención de pago de
cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a your interest in newspapers, a resume tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum-
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ply, you should familiarize yourself eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten-
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110 employment Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco-
mendable que llame a un abogado inme-
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booKKeeper/adMin ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a
abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo-
A San Carlos construction #123, San Mateo CA 94402 gado, es posible que cumpla con los
company is looking for an requisitos para obtener servicios legales
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call (650) 595-2591. THe uSe of a ficTiTiouS buSineSS contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo-
naMe STaTeMenT 280851 gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte 203 public notices 298 collectibles 304 furniture
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los
doning the use of the Fictitious Business costos exentos por imponer un grava-
Name: Naimas Filipino Streetfood. knowledgable in California law. cool HoT Rod Print "Eddies Market" bedSTead Single, poster style, box
men sobre cualquier recuperación de You may examine the file kept by the Perfect for Garage,Size Medium,Perfect spring, mattress available. $40.00.
Name of Business: Naimas Filipino
caregiverS Streetfood. Date of original filing:
03/29/19 Address of Principal Place of
$10,000 ó más de valor recibida me-
diante un acuerdo o una concesión de
arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil.
court. If you are a person interested in
the estate, you may file with the court a
condition $25. (510)684-0187 (650)593-7408

Business: 160 Abbot Ave, DALY CITY, Request for Special Notice (form DE- depreSSion glaSS Dining Plate. 8 beige Sofa $99. Excellent Condition
Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte
2 years experience CA 94014. Registrant: David Mangisel, antes de que la corte pueda desechar el
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
praisal of estate assets or of any petition
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red.
$12 (650)762-6048
(650) 315-2319
same address. The business was con-
required. ducted by an Individual.
The name and address of the court is (El
or account as provided in Probate Code bunK bedS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
/s/David Mangisel/ section 1250. A Request for Special No- dinaH waSHingTon, Autographed years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU- tice form is available from the court clerk. B/O (650)685-2494
This statement was filed with the Asses- PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA 8”x10” glossy photo. Good condition
Immediate placement sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 County
Attorney for Petitioner:
Colin E. Kelley, 250509
$1200 OBO (650)342-3825
cHina cabineT Wallet, $20. Call
County on 5/21/19.
on all assignments. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
Center, Redwood City, CA 94063-1655
The name, address, and telephone num-
Kelley & Farren LLP gaMeS of the 23rd Olympiad maga- (650)589-1407
nal, 6/3/19, 6/10/19, 6/1719, 6/24/19). 1101 5th Avenue, Suite 160 zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with- SAN RAFAEL, CA 94901 cHocolaTe brown living room chair
out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc- 0842
with cushion. In excellent condition, $60.
call SuMMonS
ción y el número de teléfono del aboga-
do del demandante, o del demandante
FILED: 5/23/2019
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
lennox red Rose, Unused, hand Call 650-872-2371.
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
(650)777-9000 (CITACION JUDICIAL)
CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso):
que no tiene abogado, es): REESE LAW
GROUP, Harlan M. Reese, 118226, Jo-
nal on 6/3/19, 6/10/19, 6/11/19 ) $12.00. (650) 578 9208. coMpuTer deSK (glass) & chair. Like
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
18CLJ00380 seph M. Pleasant, 179571, Dana N.
Meyers, 272640, James E. Delaney, Miller liTe Neon sign , work good
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (AVISO AL $59 call (650)218-6528
DEMANDADO): KIM M HO 292600, 3168 Lionshead Avenue, Carls- coMpuTer deSK with 3 side drawers .
YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF bad, CA 92010; 760/842-5850 (File No. Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask
groundSperSon - (LO ESTÁ DEMANDANDO EL DEMAN- 553843)
old, anTiQue, Bottle Collection: 20
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048
DANTE): Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. DATE (Fecha): JAN 24 2018 leave message
65-acre private property in
Woodside is looking for one per-
noTice! You have been sued. The
court may decide against you without
295 art one collecTion of antique Cuban
Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No coMpuTer Swivel CHAIR. Padded
son for grounds maintenance your being heard unless you respond Deputy (Adjunto) oil painTing-canvaSS, Victorian Texting. Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
and events setups. within 30 days. Read the information be- (SEAL) Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
low. noTice To THe perSon Served: paTricK nagel Print "Gallery in the coucHeS bed tables TV clothes etc
OBO (650)515-6091 appt only Leave MSG (650)388-2445
You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after You are served 1. as an individual de- Courtyard ' # 7, Custom Framed , $100
Please call Carl 650-851-1457 this summons and legal papers are fendant. .(510)684-0187
between 1pm - 3pm only to set served on you to file a written response 5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/3/19 296 appliances deSK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
up appointment at this court and have a copy served on cnS-3252196# SMall rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- (650)458-3578
the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not San MaTeo daily Journal air condiTioner 10000 BTU w/re- 4162
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be in proper legal form if you want the brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- ToppS baSeball complete set 1987 dining rooM Table and Six
SaleS/MarKeTing court to hear your case. There may be a 0898 thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- cHairS -Antique, Mahogany Chippen-
inTernSHipS court form that you can use for your re- 4474 dale Chairs- $3000 (650)888-2662
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking sponse. You can find these court forms free waSHer and 220v dryer, both
for ambitious interns who are eager to and more information at the California working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You Two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig-
jump into the business arena with both Courts Online Self-Help Center move, stairs. ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for dining rooM Table-Antique,Oak,
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs (, your both. Steve (650)518-6614 5chairs, w/ extension $200
of the newspaper and media industries. county law library, or the courthouse glaSS-panel laMpSHade. Similar (650)290-3188
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Email resume form. If you do not file your response on $75 (650)727-7266 dining Table (36"x54") and 4 match-
noTice of peTiTion To ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for time, you may lose the case by default,
adMiniSTer eSTaTe of 299 computers $250 .(650)-654-1930.
and your wages, money, and property HoTpoinT Heavy Duty Dryer excellent
may be taken without further warning Raymond E. Raczkowski working condition Burlingame $50 Call
Case Number: 19-PRO-00650 19" color Monitor with stand VG con- dining Table - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
SaleS - Telemarketing and Inside Sales from the court. Dan (408)656-0958 dition power cord/owners manual includ-
There are other legal requirements. You Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
Representative needed to sell newspa- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
per print and web advertising and event may want to call an attorney right away. MayTag waSHer excellent working
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marketing solutions. To apply, please call otherwise be interested in the will or es- recordable cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- dining Table. 72" by 42". With leaf
650-344-5200 and send resume to want to call an attorney referral service. If (408)656-0958 ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
you cannot afford an attorney, you may tate, or both, of Raymond E. Raczkow- 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 ski. A Petition for Probate has been filed (650) 578 9208
be eligible for free legal services from a Mfg H20labS Model 300 exc cond dreSSer-anTiQue vaniTy Combo, 3
nonprofit legal services program. You by Barbara Raczkowski in the Superior counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
Court of California, County of San Mateo. beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400
can locate these nonprofit groups at the
The Petition for Probate requests that new, Singer Sewing Machine Univer-
300 Toys (650)290-3188
California Legal Services Web site
(, the Califor- Barbara Raczkowski be appointed as sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
personal representative to administer the 14-1000-pcS puzzleS $3.00 ea. engliSH draw Table, $50 Solid Wood
nia Courts Online Self-Help Center chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 (650)207-4162
estate of the decedent. 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves,
(, or by call(650)697-3709
contacting your local court or county bar The petition requests the decedent’s Tiffany STyle Lamp shade. Older-
LOST will and codicils, if any, be admit- aMerican flyer locomotive runs
association. noTe: The court has a stat- multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
ted to probate. The LOST will and codi- 727-7266. eTHan allen sofa and love seat. Blue
utory lien for waived fees and costs on velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
any settlement or arbitration award of cils are available for examination in the JuMp and Play Keyboard brand new, in
file kept by the court. vacuuM cleaner (reconditioned) or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
$10,000 or more in a civil case. The original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
court's lien must be paid before the court The petition requests authority to admin- $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
will dismiss the case. ister the estate under the Independent STar warS Celebration 3 Darth Vader
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
thority will allow the personal representa- 297 bicycles $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
tive to take many actions without obtain-
ing court approval. Before taking certain adulT biKeS 1 regular and 2 with bal- 302 antiques iKea dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
notice of public lien Sale very important actions, however, the per-
beer STeinS-original from Germa-
sonal representative will be required to iKea Table, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
give notice to interested persons unless cHild’S ScHwinn bicycle, blue in ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
$ 30. (650)598-9804.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to California Business and they have waived notice or consented to good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. (650)592-7483
Professions Code, Chapter 10, 21700-21716, the following will the proposed action.) The independent MounTain biKe new 21 gears $100. MaHogany Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
be sold at public auction. Sale will be conducted on or after administration authority will be granted (650)722-3634 x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
unless an interested person files an ob- MaHogany anTiQue Secretary desk, 3709
June 17, 2019 at 12:30pm at Millbrae Station Self Storage, lo- jection to the petition and shows good 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
cated at 210 Adrian Road Millbrae, CA 94030. All purchases cause why the court should not grant au- 298 collectibles elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. MaTTreSS, Twin long, excellent condi-
are sold as is, where is, and must be removed within 48 hours thority. tion, $25, (650) 552-9556
A hearing on the petition will be held in 1984 TiMe magazine. Special 1994 roSeville Tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900.
from the close of sale. Sale is subject to cancellation in the this court as follows: JUN. 28, 2019 at Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg $45. (650)574-2490. new deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
event of a settlement between owner and obligated party. 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of (650)588-0842 ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
California, County of San Mateo, 400 303 electronics Sell! (650) 875-8159.
Unit B203 Patricia Barnes, boxes County Center, Redwood City, CA
Unit 1029 Patricia Barnes, Boxes, household décor, furniture 94063. 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie niagara vibraTing Adjustable bed
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. free TeleviSion - Mitsubishi, good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
Unit P402 Juan C Herrera Ponce, household, kitchen, pictures, If you object to the granting of the peti-
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
tion, you should appear at the hearing (408)656-0958
chairs, shelving and state your objections or file written Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local
Unit T559 Emil Lawrence, household, boxes, and miscellane- objections with the court before the hear- approx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer Delivery available. Queen Sofa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?),
ous ing. Your appearance may be in person Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition,
or by your attorney. 4162 onKyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital call (650)697-3709
Unit T568 Emil Lawrence, boxes, and miscellaneous If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- .
Unit D3169 Emil Lawrence boxes and misc. Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
itor of the decedent, you must file your baSeball HaT and beanie collection Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 reTro HuTcH Needs refinishing other-
Unit Y843 Anna Marie Law, flat screen, boxes, cabinets claim with the court and mail a copy to sold as set hundreds 1K Leave MSG wise good condition. Top detaches from
Unit Y854 Anna Marie Law, tools, trunks, furniture the personal representative appointed by (650)388-2445
the court within the later of either (1) four pHillipS-50” color T.v., Heavy, $99 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
Unit 1106 Sean Munroe, Rugs, sport equip, suitcases, chest of months from the date of first issuance of (650)591-8062
claSSic laMborgHini Countach Sofa-beige fabric, Orig. $900,
drawers letters to a general personal representa-
Print ,Perfect for Garage,Framed Size Rarely used, 7ft long, $350
Unit T513 Benson Kam, Household and boxes tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
Medium ,Good Condition $25. (510)684- (650)234-8218
Unit T905 miscellaneous household
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
0187 304 furniture
from the date of mailing or personal de-
livery to you of a notice under section Solid wood Dining table with exten-
anTiQue dining table for six people sion great piece great condition black
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- collecTable cabbage Patch Kids
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, June 3 and 10, 2019 er California statutes and legal authority Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 $80 (650)364-5263
may affect your rights as a creditor. You Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 anTiQue MoHagany Bookcase. Four
may want to consult with an attorney Twin bed, mattress, box spring, frame
(650) 572-8895 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. $ 50. (650)598-9804.
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304 Furniture 308 Tools 310 Misc. For Sale 316 Clothes 318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales
SOlId WOOd Entertainment Center- SHOPSMITH MaRk V 50th Anniversary SaMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit bOOTS -lUGz Orange County Chopper TOTal GyM XLS, excellent condition.
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In most attachments. $1,500/OBO. case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. Edition Motorcycle Brand New size 10 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
(650)504-0585 $45. (650)328-6709 Black $60 . (510)684-0187 (650)588-0828 GaRaGE SalES
310 Misc. For Sale
SIlk SaREE 6 yards new nice color.for
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
FaNCy HIGH heel shoes, never worn
size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
vINTaGE NaSH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
TablE 24"x48" folding legs each end. formation. 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 Make money, make room!
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost 500-600 bIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 SlR lENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 FaUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi WORkOUT bENCH, weights, bars, for
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 color in excellent condition 3/4 flat/incline bench and legs. $100. List your upcoming
THOMaSvIllE dINING table, $50 4 length $50 (650)692-8012 (650)861-2411
chairs, mid-century blonde with two
bESSy SMall Evening Hand Bag With
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 TIRES-SET OF four P225 45 R18 $80 garage sale,
leaves call (650)697-3709.
bIFOld SHUTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00
OBO (650)359-2238. kayaNO MEN’S Running shoes size 11
good condition $20 (650)520-7045
yaMaHa ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
moving sale,
TIkI baR - Original from the 60’s,Like (650)544-5306 TUNTURI ROWING Machine,
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
kNEE-HIGH blaCk women's boots,
estate sale,
Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 340 Camera & Photo Equip.
(650)245-4234. blUE OySTER cult lp signed by donald
UNIdEN HaRlEy Davidson Gas Tank
size 7, wide calf & wide width, new. yard sale,
$40.00. Call (650)872-2371
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
(408)661-6019 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 NIkON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel- rummage sale,
TWO TIER Mahogany finish changing ta- vENdING MaCHINES FOR Sale. Soda ladIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL,
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
clearance sale, or
ble with pad great condition-$30.00 CaSH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not
(650)771-6324 Guts $500 (415)269-4784
machine vendo, ten selections. Snack
machine AP, Snack Shop 5 columns
OMEGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In- whatever sale you
MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with CHROME baTHROOM standard center
many selections. $495 each. (650)218- rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 have...
7125 (650) 578-9208
drawers and pull-down desk call set faucet complete and ready to install,
(650)697-3709 $5, (650)595-3933 vIvITaR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
WalkER - Good Condition - Like New - SHOES SIzE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less original manual. Like new. $99 SSF Reach over 83,450 readers
$35 (650)341-5347
USEd bEdROOM Furniture, FREE. Call COSCO Play Pen with travel bag. Used (650)508-8662 (650)583-6636 from South San Francisco
(650)573-7381. once $35 (650)591-2981 to Palo Alto.
311 Musical Instruments TUxEdO SIzE 40, black, including white
345 Medical Equipment
Wall UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple CUT GlaSS serving bowl 8" diameter shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 in your local newspaper.
lines. Breaks down for transportation. $25. Call 650-921-4016 1929 aNTIqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- WEddING dRESS-dESIGNER, Size 12, adjUSTablE baTH shower transfer
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message
dElUxE FOldER Walker - 5" wheels -
ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 Call (650)344-5200
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 for $500 Call (650)867-1728
WalNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 COMMOdE, vERy clean and disinfect-
dISPlay CaSE, glass top. 27”x20”x2” CHROMaTIC HaRMONICa: Horner WOMaN'S aMERICaN Rag faux leather ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, jacket. Perfect condition. Black ested. (650)745-6309
WHITE WICkER Armoire, asking $100, (650)278-5776.
great condition, text for picture (650)571- /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
0947 dRIvE 3-WHEEl buggy $45. Call dRIvE 3-IN-1 commode with seat,buck- 379 Open Houses
(650)589-1407 WOMaN'S TaHaRI jacket. Perfect con- et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
EPIPHONE lES Paul Custom Prophecy dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25 (510)770-1976
WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 FREE MaGazINES. Library discards (650) 952-3466
year old ones. Wide variety. Good for (650)421-5469. dRIvE dElUxE two button walker $10
306 Housewares
crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
EvERETT UPRIGHT antique piano.
WOMEN'S blaCk suede fur lined
boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
(510)770-1976 OPEN HOUSE
bUdWEISER STEIN $10 (650)589-5065
FREE: WIld turkey feathers; whole
wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
HUGE lUdWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
WORk bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta- lISTINGS
fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark brown, with steel metatarsal protection. ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 7742.
CRySTal WINE glasses new (12ea)
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 List your Open House
GENUINE SWISS Army Knife with knife (916)975-4969
318 Sports Equipment WalkER/ROlaTOR. NEW. large, bas- in the Daily Journal.
GERMaN STEIN $10 (650)589-5065 blade, nail file, nail cleaner, scissors, per- ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
fect, $5, (650)595-3933 PIaNO-aNdREW kOHlER, Mahogany, size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
MIkaSa SET. White. Modern (square) Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 bIG bERTHa, Golfsmith Titanium Driver (650)727-7266 Reach over 83,450
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. HaNdS FREE, holds any cellphone firm- (415)334-1980 ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick potential home buyers &
ly on handlebar, completely adjustable, (415)999-4474
NEW "bElla" buffet triple slow cooker
locks in position, $9, (650)595-3933
renters a day,
and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- PlayER PIaNO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
2648 sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
bRaNd NEW Golf bag with Stand. from South San Francisco
HaT, T-SHIRT, sweatshirt and comput- Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
No Texting.
to Palo Alto.
SINk dOUblE cast iron. Good condi-
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 SPINET PIaNO + Bench, $50. Call in your local newspaper.
lIONEl CHRISTMaS Holiday expan- bRaNd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 (650)589-1407
307 jewelry & Clothing Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great Call (650)344-5200
lIONEl WESTERN Union Pass car and vINTaGE aUTOPIaNO upright player gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
aNNE klEIN silver-tone watch with dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- message or email EaSTON alUMINUM bat.33 inches, 30
al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 MOTlEy CRUE lp signed by neil lee oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 WURlITzER UPRIGHT piano. Fair con-
dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595 EvERlaST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and 380 Real Estate Services
308 Tools NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
aNTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95
312 Pets & animals Call CRONaN Real Estate today at
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron ONE kENNEl Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- 650 274 0259 to learn how to win
Old b&l Microscope in good condition; erciser $20 (510)770-1976 in the local real estate market. Lunch
35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
CRaFTSMaN 6”x9” belt/disc sander, (650)593-2066 is on us!
used once. Cost $330.00 check Sears Ray-baN TOP Bar Sunglasses kNEE RIdER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
website. $150.00 (650)591-6283 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- PaRROT CaGE, Steel, Large - approx
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
lEaTHER GOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
CRaFTSMaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- offer. (650)245-4084
(650) 592-2648. 470 Rooms
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 6596 MEN'S ROSSIGNOl Skis. $95.00,
lG CRaFTSMEN shop vac 6.5hp $60 good condition, (650)341-0282. HIP HOUSING
ROllERbladES, USEd, size 10. $20 316 Clothes Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
obo. Please call (650)745-6309 ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
bROWN SUEd boots, fur-lined, size 8, San Mateo County
vINTaGE CRaFTSMaN Jig Saw. Circa SINk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371 (650)771-6324. (650)348-6660
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 $15.00 (650)544-5306
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620 Automobiles 625 Classic Cars 650 rVs 670 Auto Service 670 Auto Parts 680 Autos Wanted
CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard GulF StreAM, Sun Voyager ‘04. CheVy/GMC 1994. Full size. Front Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
Don’t lose money Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $35,000.
SMOG CheCk plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
Novas, running or not
Parts collection etc.
on a trade-in or obo. (650)952-4036. $29.75 + $8.25 certificate
VAliD Mon thru thu So clean out that garage
consignment! CheVy ‘86 COrVette. Automatic. 670 Auto Service 9am to 11:30am and 1pm to 5pm GM truCk/SuV 1994? Large Vehicle. Give me a call
Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit Joe 650 342-2483
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800 complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
obo. (650) 952-4036. Look for coupon in the Daily Journal
Sell your vehicle in the ble .$75. (650)727-7266
Daily Journal’s COrVette ‘69 350 4-SPeeD. 50k
AA SMOG luxurati Auto
704 N. San Mateo Dr., San Mateo OFF rOAD LIGHTS ,Baja Tough by
Auto Classifieds. MileS. New upgrades; best offer. Complete Repair & Service 650-458-6666 Desert Fox ,Quartz Halogen,New in box,
(415)602-8480. Mr. Roberts. $29.75 plus certificate fee $30. (510)684-0187
(most cars)
Just $45 DAtSun ‘83 280zx, T-Tops, 159K miles, 869 California Drive . White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
good condition, cosmentic and mechani- P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
We’ll run it cal. $6500 OBO. 650-302-4747.
Burlingame 670 Auto Parts
‘til you sell it! (650) 340-0492
hOnDA ‘92 CiViC, Classic Commuter 1960S CADillAC hub caps $40
Gas Saver. Restored. 40+ mpg. (650)592-3887
reach 83,450 drivers 200k miles. $3,700. (415)999-4947.
from South SF to BriDGeStOne AlenzA 235/65R17,
$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
Palo Alto MerCeDeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top.
Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851- used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
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Every Tuesday 11am MuStAnG ’73- All Original: Miles 300,
280 A Street Colma Paperwork, Light Brown Paint, 351
650-756-3394 V/8Cleveland, Auto-Trans, P/S, P/B,
$30,000 (650)359-6001. ACROSS 65 Egypt’s capital 29 “Siberian” dogs 48 Prime time?
CheVrOlet ‘86 ASTROVAN, 95K 1 Medium’s board 66 Response during 31 “Later” 49 Visual aid in a
6 Diner side dish attendance- 35 Equals on a jury statistics text
miles, $2000 (650)481-5296
POrSChe ‘88 Carrera Targa, 139K
with cabbage taking 37 Approx. landing 50 Specialized
CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT Miles, BK-BK, $32,500. (650) 589-9766.
CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284.
10 Wood-shaping 67 Physics work hr. market
GOt An OlDer
CAr, BOAt, Or rV?
630 trucks & SuV’s
tool units 39 Student’s hurdle segment
Do the humane thing.
FOrD ‘10 F150 Super Crew cab, 78K
miles. System-One toolboxes and rack. 14 “Bolero” 68 Used a keyboard 41 Dignify 52 Fort __, NC
Donate it to the $16K contact or text (650)520-3725 composer 42 Less likely to tip 56 Social skill
Humane Society.
Call 1- 866-899-3051 FOrD ’88 F150 4x4 Camper shell, 83K Maurice over 58 Female sheep
miles, $2000 obo (650)868-3010
15 Like takeout food 1 Scrap of food 43 Colorful cats 60 Elegant dance
hOnDA ‘10 CiViC, 87K miles, $6,800. leXuS ‘07 GX450, 124K miles, $11,900
(650)302-5523 16 Flowery Hawaiian 2 Dubai’s fed. 44 Like the alphabet floor move
3 “__ been had!”
greetings with alpha and 61 Poetic “before”
4 Globetrotting
tOyOtA ‘06 4runner, 190K miles,
MAzDA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con- $7,900.. (650)302-5523
17 One who shuns beta 62 Curtain holder
dition One owner Fully loaded Low
miles reduced $15,995 obo (650)520- alcohol
635 Vans
19 European peaks 5 Multitudes
6 Creepy watchers
tOyOtA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con-
MAzDA ‘16 Sky Active one owner per- dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K 20 Resembling a
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
craigslist for pics. classic sheriff’s 7 Lounges around
8 Ones who
$18,995 OBO (650)520-4650.
niSSAn ‘01 MAXiMA
$3,500. (650)302-5523
160K miles, 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
22 Hoppy pub order, discriminate
niSSAn ‘12 Leaf, Electric, low mileage
BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
for short against seniors
9 Exercise routine
(650) 995-0003
23 Stroll in the
34,500 Excellent condition (650)796-

10 Chicken __ king
3896. MOtOrCyCle SADDleBAGS,
with mounting hardware and other parts
11 Club sandwich
POntiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum $35. Call (650)670-2888.
Rims with good tires. Needs engine
26 Rent collector
work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell
9650)714-3865. 645 Boats 27 Playfully shy pickup spot
BOAt- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5 28 “It’s just __ manic 12 Nada
13 A college
tOyOtA ’96 Tercel Original owner,

Monday”: the
30mpg, original paint/Interior, will not HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
applicant may
start, $850.00 (650)367-0597. (650) 591-5404.
625 Classic Cars have to write one
30 __Tax: tax prep
MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
18 Accounts
CADillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado
44,632 original miles. Needs body work
20K obo. (650)851-0878. software 21 Inconsistent
and headliner $2,475 OBO (650)218-
4681. SeA rAy 16 Ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs 32 Days __: hotel 23 Stand by
Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
chain 24 Declare void
33 Navy vessel 25 “The Queen of
letters Disco” 06/03/19
34 Make it to
midnight on New
Year’s Eve, say
36 Melodies
38 Religious
40 Hanukkah
43 Pixar specialty,
for short
45 Golf ball perch
46 Canonized one
47 Bow-and-arrow
49 Beast with a
51 Empower
53 Formerly, old-
54 Drummer’s __
leGAl nOtiCeS 55 17-Across’
Fictitious Business Name Statements, condition, always
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, 57 Peak
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, 59 Venomous
Notice of Public Sales and More. European viper
63 Sigh of relief
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. 64 Kid’s building By Danny Reichert
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cipal in July, also facilitates restorative cir- “There’s a foundation now for we handle

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cles twice a week in an orientation for new
and returning students at juvenile hall.
Johnson said even a brief incarceration can
things together as a community,” she said.
“We talk things through and your voice mat-
be traumatic for youth, many of whom have Graf is working to develop ways to intro-
several questions about why they are incar- duce families of incarcerated students to
have these discussions is part of a restora- cerated or what the next steps are for their restorative strategies, which she expects
tive approach Graf has been working for the court cases when they are let out of their will help students transition back into their
past two years to incorporate in the culture units for the first time at orientation. homes and communities and decrease their
of programming created for youth at juve- Johnson said spending a few minutes lis- chances of interacting with the juvenile jus-
nile hall and San Mateo County’s court and tening to what is on students’ minds can go tice system again.
community schools. a long way toward allowing them to focus She said she has been looking forward to
At the Gateway Community School where on the classes they are required by state law seeing the framework applied to a May 29
Graf also facilitates restorative circles, stu- to enroll in within 24 hours of their graduation ceremony for some of the stu-
dents from the Youth Services Center are arrests. She has also seen them develop a dents she works with, which she said is
walked a short distance to the school each stronger sense of trust in their teachers and designed to highlight their resilience in
day to attend six single-subject classes as other professionals who work with them pursuing their education as well as goals
they work toward a high school diploma. tices into the school setting, and noted
in the juvenile justice system, giving her several partners have observed a transfor- they have set for themselves.
In both juvenile hall and the Gateway hope they will be better equipped to re- Graf said graduations usually draw a
Community School, Graf has found restora- mation in some of the students they’ve
enter their communities and maintain a worked with since the practices were first crowd, with social workers, mental health
tive circles can give youth who may be fac- positive relationship with adults. staff, probation officers, among others,
ing a complex set of challenges at home or used some two years ago.
“I see big changes in their mentality in Littrell said practices like restorative joining the families of graduates to cele-
school a chance to repair their relation- school and just overall trust of adults,” she brate the positive effects of their choice to
ships. Having previously served as assis- circles or smaller sessions have helped
said. “[They] know people are for them and shape a foundation for the disciplinary pursue their education.
tant principal at the continuation high not always against them because they’re “You see all of these people who love
school in San Bruno, Graf saw how punitive model used with incarcerated students. By
taking the time to get to know their sto- allowing them to share their experiences, them [and] who have been affected by their
measures like repeated school suspensions ries.” behavior for years,” she said. “For them to
and interactions with the juvenile justice the practices have given both students and
For Jeneé Littrell, deputy superintendent educators a voice in finding ways to move come to their graduation, to actually get to
system can make complex situation even of student services for the San Mateo be affected in a positive way, and feel … so
more complicated for some students. forward, an experience she expects to help
County Office of Education, the effort to everyone work through conflict more effec- proud and like their student has turned a cor-
She said feelings of shame can be very weave restorative practices into the educa- ner, it’s huge.”
deeply entrenched for the students she tively.
tion received by the more than 300 stu-
works with, and she has observed students dents in the county’s court and community
develop a sense of self-worth through the schools last year has paid off, marking a
restorative circles, where they have been shift in school culture she hopes can be
able to piece together their stories with oth- translated into the county’s 23 school dis-
ers who are listening. tricts. Littrell said the County Office of
“People get stuck in that [shame],” she Education partners with several agencies
said. “The only way to remove that shame is and professionals like the San Mateo
to tell your story.” County Probation Department and mental
Shelly Johnson, a court support teacher health clinicians to integrate these prac-
set to become juvenile hall’s assistant prin-
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