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Monday • June 18, 2018 • XVIII, Edition 257

Fighting for a second chance

following youth incarceration
Officials to consider write-off of outstanding juvenile court fees
By Anna Schuessler traditional high school. teenager’s life didn’t sink in as viola-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Initially incarcerated at 13 for van- tions of his probation status. Instead,
dalism, at the time of his release Casillas said incarceration — whether
By the time Redwood City resident Casillas had been arrested more than it was in a La Honda residential pro- Daniel Casillas is urging the San Mateo County Board of
Daniel Casillas was released from a 20 times for non-serious offenses and gram for young men called Camp Supervisors to write off outstanding juvenile court fees as
juvenile detention facility some four a series of probation violations. Glenwood or a detention facility at the officials implement Senate Bill 190, passed by state legislators
years ago at age 17, he had spent 2 Whether it was arriving late to school county’s Youth Services Center in San and signed by the governor last year and aimed at limiting
1/2 years in some form of juvenile or smoking marijuana, activities local agencies’ authority to collect fees against those involved
incarceration and two months in a Casillas took to be parts of an average See FEES, Page 6 with the juvenile delinquency system.


boom means
revenue hike
San Carlos sales tax money growing and
new biotech developments also credited
By Anna Schuessler seen the benefits of a steady
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF stream of construction projects,
with revenue from fourth quarter
Though a boom in construction sales tax up nearly 21 percent in
projects may be boosting the 2017, according to a spring 2018
housing and office stock in cities report compiled for the city by
across the Bay Area, for San HdL Companies.
Carlos, it is creating a notable Though San Carlos businesses
uptick in sales tax revenue. have seen year-over-year growth
Home to more than 130 building across many industries in recent
and construction businesses large- years, Martin Romo, the city’s
NICK ROSE/DAILY JOURNAL ly clustered in industrial zones on
The San Mateo County Fair ended its nine-day run at the Event Center Sunday. the city’s east side, San Carlos has See BOOM, Page 19

Dam bridge inches closer to completion

Watershed project in final stages after delays, multi-agency coordination
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF “It’s kind of surreal for all of the folks
PG&E crews relocating a high
involved. ... It’s been out there for so many years.”
voltage overhead power line to a — San Mateo County engineer Gil Tourel
frame under the Crystal Springs
Dam Bridge are helping inch clos- Boulevard where a bridge accessi- Having worked on the project
er to completion a yearslong proj- ble to drivers, pedestrians and for decades, San Mateo County
ect increasing the spillway capac- bicyclists sits atop the dam, they engineer Gil Tourel said he’s
ity of a 130-year-old dam and are hoping by August they will be received many questions about
expected to connect miles of recre- able to forecast when a project in why it’s taken so long to rebuild
COURTESY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION ational trails. the works since 2010 will open to the 616-foot-long, 51. 5-foot-
Crews construct a larger spillway for the Lower Crystal Springs Dam. Though officials have yet to those hoping to catch a glimpse of wide bridge where the Crystal
Following competition of the dam, work is wrapping to reopen a bridge announce the date they plan to a watershed storing drinking water
for motorists and pedestrians. reopen a scenic stretch of Skyline for millions of Bay Area residents. See DAM, Page 27
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Thought for the Day

“The way of a superior man is three-fold;
virtuous, he is free from anxieties; wise, he is
free from perplexities; bold, he is free from fear.”
— Confucius, Chinese philosopher

This Day in History

Astronaut Sally K. Ride became

1983 America’s first woman in space as she

and four colleagues blasted off aboard
the space shuttle Challenger on a six-
day mission.
In 1 7 7 8 , American forces entered Philadelphia as the
British withdrew during the Revolutionary War.
In 1 8 1 2 , the War of 1812 began as the United States
Congress approved, and President James Madison signed, a
declaration of war against Britain.
In 1 8 1 5 , Napoleon Bonaparte met his Waterloo as British
and Prussian troops defeated the French in Belgium.
In 1 9 0 8 , William Howard Taft was nominated for president
by the Republican National Convention in Chicago.
In 1 9 1 8 , “The Ziegfeld Follies of 1918,” featuring the
Irving Berlin song “Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the
Morning,” opened on Broadway.
In 1 9 4 0 , during World War II, British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill urged his countrymen to conduct them-
selves in a manner that would prompt future generations to
say, “This was their finest hour.” Charles de Gaulle delivered
a speech on the BBC in which he rallied his countrymen after REUTERS
the fall of France to Nazi Germany. Actress Tiffany Haddish arrives at the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards in Santa Monica.
In 1 9 4 8 , Columbia Records publicly unveiled its new long-
playing phonograph record in New York.
In 1 9 5 3 , a U.S. Air Force Douglas C-124 Globemaster II
In other news ...
crashed near Tokyo, killing all 129 people on board. Signs seeking The Athens-Banner Herald reports dinarily unusual occurrence” and said it
Egypt’s 148-year-old Muhammad Ali Dynasty came to an end DeDe Phillips of Hart County went is investigating.
with the overthrow of the monarchy and the proclamation of return of heirloom: outside on June 7 to take a picture Nash said the driver, who was not
a republic. ‘My mother will kill me’ when the bobcat lunged at her. She named in a log entry, was out of the car
In 1 9 6 4 , President Lyndon B. Johnson and Japanese Prime then grabbed the cat by its throat and and there were no injuries. Nash said
Minister Hayato Ikeda spoke to each other by telephone as MEDFORD, Mass. — A recent col- didn’t let go. the log entry cited the possibility of a
they inaugurated the first trans-Pacific cable completed by lege graduate desperate to recover a Phillips says she grew up in the faulty battery.
AT&T between Japan and Hawaii. family heirloom mistakenly left curb- country, where her father-in-law was McCormack could not be reached
side when he moved out of his apart- once a trapper of bobcats. As a result, immediately for further comment. She
ment is plastering his neighborhood she knew something about the ani- is married to director Michael Morris.
Birthdays with signs warning, “My mother will mal’s behavior.
kill me.” Phillips says she was afraid of call- Born of blobfish joke, Cruz edges
Colin Trimmer is offering a reward ing for help because her 5-year-old
for the return of his great-grandmoth- granddaughter was in the house. The Kimmel in basketball game
er’s iron and brass bed frame, given to woman is being treated for rabies and HOUSTON — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz
him by his mother when he moved into recovering from a broken finger and has triumphed over late night TV host
his apartment near Tufts University. several bite and claw wounds to her Jimmy Kimmel in their much-hyped
The bed frame was left curbside last hands, arms, chest and legs. charity basketball game that Kimmel
month by new tenants of the apart- dubbed the Blobfish Basketball
ment, who mistakenly thought Actor says husband’s Classic.
Trimmer had already moved out and it With each basket worth a single
Sir Paul Rock musician Country singer was trash. Tesla car shot flames in traffic point, Cruz topped Kimmel 11-9 in a
McCartney is 76. Dizzy Reed is 55. Blake Shelton is 42. LOS ANGELES — Actor Mary two-hour one-on-one match they
Trimmer’s mother, Carol Kazmer,
Former Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., is 81. Baseball Hall tells the Boston Globe the bed frame McCormack has shared video of her agreed to abbreviate Saturday at Texas
of Famer Lou Brock is 79. Actress Constance McCashin is 71. was one of the few items her grand- husband’s Tesla car shooting flames Southern University after neither
Actress Linda Thorson is 71. Rock musician John Evans is mother had to leave to her 17 grand- while in Southern California traffic. appeared capable of reaching 15
70. Former Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., is 68. Actress children. McCormack said in an accompany- points and winning by two.
Isabella Rossellini is 66. Actress Carol Kane is 66. Actor She says the bed frame is “just a ing tweet Friday that there was “no The Houston Chronicle described the
Brian Benben is 62. Actress Andrea Evans is 61. Rock singer thing,” but she’d like it back and the accident” and the incident was “out of matchup as “a slow-motion car-crash
Alison Moyet is 57. Figure skater Kurt Browning is 52. reward would be “sizable.” the blue.” of half-court basketball.” Speaking for
Country singer-musician Tim Hunt is 51. Rock singer-musi- Sheriff’s Lt. William Nash in West both men, Kimmel said: “We apolo-
cian Sice (The Boo Radleys) is 49. Rhythm and blues singer Woman strangles bobcat to Hollywood said Saturday that deputies gize to the game of basketball.”
saw smoke coming from the electric The game was born of a joke from
Nathan Morris (Boyz II Men) is 47. Actress Mara Hobel is 47. death in front yard in Georgia vehicle and then fire. Kimmel, who has said the Republican
Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne is 45. Rapper Silkk the Deputies requested help from fire- senator resembled the ocean bottom-
HARTWELL, Ga. — A 46-year-old
Shocker is 43. Actress Alana de la Garza is 42. Rock musician woman strangled a rabid bobcat after fighters who quickly extinguished the dwelling blobfish. Cruz responded by
Steven Chen (Airborne Toxic Event) is 40. Actor David the animal attacked her in her front flames. challenging Kimmel to a basketball
Giuntoli is 38. Drummer Josh Dun (Twenty One Pilots) is 30. yard in northeast Georgia. Tesla called the incident “an extraor- game.
Actress Renee Olstead is 29. Actor Jacob Anderson is 28.


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one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 9 45 57 58 9
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Monday • June 18, 2018 3

The Circle Star, Hyatt hosted big names Police reports
Could be dirty
Laundry was stolen from a laundromat
on California Drive in Burlingame, it
was reported at 10:58 p.m. Tuesday,
June 5.

Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . Someone
was attacked by eight men on Laurel Street,
it was reported at noon Sunday, May 27.
Sus pended l i cens e. An East Palo Alto res-
ident was cited and released on a promise to

he year 1964 was a big one in
Peninsula show business history. appear in court for driving with a suspended
Both San Carlos and Burlingame license on Old County Road, it was reported
brought the curtain up on theater-in-the- at 10:55 a.m. Sunday, May 27.
round. Po s s es s i o n. A Redwood City resident was
All that’s left of the Circle Star Theater in cited and released on a promise to appear in
San Carlos are the words “Circle Star” on court after he was found to be in possession
the street sign that marks Circle Star Way, of a controlled substance on Industrial Road,
now a complex of offices. Decades ago, the it was reported at 11:57 p.m. Saturday, May
spot drew some of the biggest names in 26.
entertainment. The list of luminaries Vandal i s m. Someone broke the rear win-
included Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland and dow and front windshield of a vehicle with
Tony Bennett. The Hyatt in Burlingame an estimated damage cost of $1,000 on
Belmont Avenue, it was reported at 9 a.m.
See HISTORY, Page 19 Friday, May 25.

The Circle Star in San Carlos (top) hosted many top-notch acts in its heyday. The Hyatt in
Burlingame opened around the same time to less than stellar reviews but was later transformed
into a movie house. Both are no more.
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California counties see higher Local briefs
Three trapped on cliff near
turnout under new vote model
By Sophia Bollag
Pacifica rescued by CHP helicopter
Three hikers stranded on a cliff near Pacifica were rescued
by a California Highway Patrol helicopter Saturday morn-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing, CHP and fire officials said.
The saga began around 9:30 p.m. Friday when a man and
SACRAMENTO — Election officials two teenagers got stuck about 800 feet down the side of a
in five California counties that mailed steep cliff near Blackburn Terrace and Kent Road in San
ballots to every voter for this month’s Mateo County, according to the North County Fire
primary said the new model appears to Authority.
have boosted turnout. Firefighters, rescue units and officers from the fire
Counties were still counting ballots authority responded. Because of the darkness and other
from the June 5 primary, so turnout adverse conditions, the firefighters couldn’t rappel down
numbers were preliminary. But the the cliff to rescue the hikers, who weren’t hurt, just
tally done so far in the counties using trapped, fire officials said.
the new model — Sacramento, Nevada, Firefighters kept in contact with the hikers throughout
San Mateo, Madera and Napa — shows the night and gave updates to the hikers and family, accord-
turnout on track to exceed or meet ing to fire officials.
voter numbers in the last midterm pri- In daylight and with the wind calming down, the CHP
mary. helicopter came to the rescue of the hikers.
In Sacramento County, the largest of “We lowered a ‘billy pugh,’ a rescue basket,” said CHP
the five, turnout among registered vot- Officer Shaun Bouyea. “You lower it to the person and they
ers was on pace to surpass 40 percent, sit in it.”
up from just below 30 percent in 2014. One by one, the hikers were rescued.
In Napa County, turnout appeared to REUTERS FILE PHOTO “From the time they started the rescue until all three peo-
be at least 47 percent, up from 39 per- A poll worker places a mail in ballot into a voting box. ple were off the cliff was 12 minutes,” Bouyea said. “We
cent in 2014. San Mateo and Nevada work well with the North County Fire Authority. We do
counties do not have updated numbers boosted it, including more competi- located throughout the counties. They
tive races and public outreach from also can cast their ballot at any voting numerous rescues throughout the year.”
available on their websites, but offi- Firefighter/paramedics checked out the hikers, though
cials said the rollout went smoothly counties about the new model. The center in their county instead of hav-
2014 midterm ballot, for example, had ing to vote at the polling place in their fire officials said there were no injuries, and the uninjured
and that early results are promising. hikers were united with family after their grueling 13-hour
Madera County could not be reached no U.S. Senate contest. neighborhood.
If the counties implementing the law Officials said the rollout went ordeal
for comment.
It’s too early to make a direct com- end up seeing an uptick, “that is prob- smoothly, and the same model will be
parison to statewide turnout. It’s sur- ably more than many people expected used in November. SamTrans bus driver
passed 32 percent, but up to 1.2 mil- in this first inaugural outing,” she Greg Diaz, Nevada County’s top hospitalized in hit-and-run
lion ballots still need to be counted. said. election official, said it takes several
A hit-and-run crash in Brisbane sent a San Mateo County
It’s also too soon to fully assess The five counties chose to switch to election cycles for voter behavior to
the all-mail ballot model this year, and change and that the law’s effects will Transit District bus driver to the hospital Saturday night, a
how the new model, enacted under a transit agency spokesman said.
2016 law called the Voters Choice Act, others have the option to use it mov- only become clear in two to three
ing forward. cycles. He noted that the number of The SamTrans 292 bus was struck in a hit-and-run around
affected turnout, said Mindy Romero, 11:10 p.m. while heading northbound in Brisbane, accord-
who studies elections and voting at the Many say the changes make voting provisional ballots fell from thou-
easier because people can return their sands in 2014 to less than 100 this ing to Dan Lieberman, a spokesman for the agency.
University of California, Davis.
ballots by mail or drop them in boxes election. The bus driver was taken to the hospital and has since
A number of other factors could have
been released, according to Lieberman. There were seven
passengers on the bus, none of whom reported any
Melania Trump ‘hates’ to see families separated at border injuries, Lieberman said in an email.
A suspect has been located, Lieberman said, but further
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS were separated from Grisham, a spokeswoman for Mrs. information was not immediately available.
their families over a Trump. “She believes we need to be a
WASHINGTON — First lady Melania six-week period in country that follows all laws, but also
Trump “hates” to see families separat- April and May. a country that governs with heart.”
ed at the border and hopes “both sides A spokeswoman While the statement suggested the
of the aisle” can reform the nation’s for the wife of matter was an issue for Congress,
immigration laws, according to a President Donald Democratic lawmakers and others have
statement Sunday about the controver- Trump issued the pointed out that no law mandates the
sy over separation of immigrant par- statement after sev- separation of children and parents at
ents and children at the U.S.-Mexico Melania Trump eral days of images the border. A new Trump administra-
border. of crying children tion policy, which went into effect in
Mrs. Trump didn’t refer specifically appearing on television and online. May, sought to maximize criminal
to the Trump administration’s “no tol- “Mrs. Trump hates to see children prosecutions of people caught trying
erance” policy, which was leading to a separated from their families and to enter the U.S. illegally. More adults
spike in children being separated from hopes both sides of the aisle can final- were being jailed as a result, which led
their families. Government statistics ly come together to achieve successful to their children being separated from
indicate that nearly 2,000 children immigration reform,” said Stephanie them.
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Three people displaced al identification without authority and away, according to sheriff’s officials.
Local briefs other offenses, according to sheriff’s offi- The deputies searched the room and
by apartment fire Friday The cause of the fire is under investiga- cials. allegedly found 77 credit cards belonging
Firefighters extinguished a fire in an tion. The case began when deputies were dis- to multiple people, 10 identification
apartment located above a dry cleaning patched to the Americas Best Value Inn at cards, stolen mail, a collapsible baton,
business that displaced three people in Woman arrested on suspicion of 1562 El Camino Real with regard to what pepper spray and a baggie containing
Daly City on Friday night, fire officials was described as a suspicious car, sheriff’s what appeared to be methamphetamine.
car theft, ID theft, drug possession officials said. The deputies arrested Kunce, and shortly
Smoke was coming from the second Officers arrested a woman in San Carlos When they arrived, sheriff’s officials afterward, a Sheriff’s Office sergeant spot-
floor of the two-story building when fire- on Friday on suspicion of offenses includ- said, the hotel attendant told the deputies ted a vehicle associated with the pair and
fighters arrived to 6842 Mission St. ing methamphetamine possession, car the car was associated with guests made a traffic stop. Ballente allegedly
around 9 p.m., according to fire officials. theft and identity theft, the San Mateo Hanschris Ballente and Kunce. jumped out of the rear passenger seat and
Using hose lines, the firefighters were County Sheriff’s Office said. Ballente was on parole and Kunce on took off on foot.
able to confine the fire to a bedroom, Kaylee Kunce, 31, of Stockton, was probation, according to the Sheriff’s Ballente was caught in a nearby alley by
which sustained heavy fire damage, with arrested on suspicion of possession of a Office. Redwood City police, was arrested on sus-
smoke damage to the rest of the apartment, controlled substance, possession of a Deputies went to speak with the two, but picion of a parole violation and jailed,
fire officials said. stolen vehicle, obtaining or using person- Ballente jumped out the window and ran sheriff’s officials said.

here was to provide their kids a better county has been collecting juvenile deten- and taking steps in a positive direction.

Continued from page 1
opportunity, ” said Casillas. “I think
they’ve kind of had to delay their hopes and
work extra hard because of financial burden,
tion and legal fees for some 25 years.
“I’m all for not charging people who
deserve not to be charged. I do think there
“You wonder how many other families are
really hurting because of this debt that’s
hanging over their heads,” she said.
because of my own adolescence.” are families that can afford to pay,” said Swope noted one concern she had about
In compliance with SB 190, Chief Keene, noting he has also worried about the write-off supervisors are considering is
Mateo — became the only consistency in Probation Officer John Keene said the coun- shifting the responsibility of the costs to whether families that have paid the debt
his teenage years. ty’s revenue services has stopped collecting taxpayers. “I think that’s a dangerous, slip- might step forward to ask for a refund.
So when he was finally released from cus- any juvenile court fees as of Jan. 1, and has pery slope.” Acknowledging the fees have been in place
tody a few months before his 18th birthday, taken another step beyond what the legisla- Keene didn’t think his department’s abili- for many years, Canepa said he would not
Casillas — now 21 and working as a super- tion required to cease collection of any fees ty to provide services would be impeded by close the door to those who may step for-
visor at a bakery — found himself strug- still owed to the county. the shift, noting the supportive level of ward with those requests, but wanted to see
gling to exist in a society he had been By introducing a write-off of juvenile engagement in his department’s work on where the resolution up for review at super-
locked away from for so much of his life. court fees, Supervisor David Canepa is hop- the part of county officials. But he wasn’t visors’ Tuesday meeting goes first.
“I didn’t really have a childhood,” he said. ing that by formalizing practices already in sure how removing juvenile court fees For Casillas, the fees were just one of
“I was missing a lot of things that maybe place, more than 6, 000 families like across the state would play out in other obstacles he had to overcome in his quest to
the average teenager, the average 18-year- Casillas’ owing some $12.6 million to the counties with fewer means to address the turn his life around after years of weaving in
old would have acquired.” county collectively will find relief. Canepa revenue gap. and out of the criminal justice system.
In addition to adjusting to life with his serves on the county’s Juvenile Justice and “I think we are inadvertently going to Because he saw many of his friends and
family and finding a job, he found his par- Delinquency Prevention Commission with negatively impact some counties to provide adults around him end up behind bars, he
ents were now faced with a debt worth thou- Casillas, and knows Casillas’ family is not comprehensive evidence-based services,” said he didn’t grow up thinking about what
sands of dollars to pay for the costs of his alone in struggling to pay the fees, which he said. his future held and struggled to imagine
incarceration. Though Casillas has not been he said can be a barrier for families trying what a career might look like when he was
incarcerated since he was 17, he said his move forward with their lives after a youth Effect of debt finally released.
parents have worked many hours years after is incarcerated. But finding a community of formerly
his release to pay off $30 per day incarcera- As co-chair of the Juvenile Justice and
“When it comes to criminal justice, when Delinquency Prevention Commission, incarcerated youth at the College of San
tion fees and others related to legal repre- you do the crime you have to pay the time,” Mateo, where he is taking classes in ethnic
sentation that had accumulated throughout Redwood City resident Susan Swope said
he said. “But when you pay the time, you she began doing research on the effect of the studies, showed Casillas he could be a
Casillas’ time in the juvenile court system. shouldn’t be saddled as a juvenile with the scholar and use his previous experiences
Even after paying $5,000 to $10,000 debts on county families after residents and
debt for the rest of your life.” members of the U.C. Berkeley School of with incarceration to be a voice for those
toward multiple accounts opened each time who don’t have the freedom he has.
Law Policy Advocacy Clinic contacted com-
he was incarcerated, his parents still didn’t Benefits of fees missioners with concerns about how the He said working with commissioners to
know how much they owed in total and
Keene said it was important for county fees could disproportionately affect youth advocate for the write-off has given him
when they would pay off all of them. Having
officials to affirm their support of the SB of minority and low-income backgrounds. hope that those affected by the juvenile
emigrated from Mexico to provide a better
190 implementation process, but acknowl- When Casillas joined the commission in criminal justice system can help shape poli-
life for their four children, Casillas’ par-
edged the fees generated some $350,000 to January, Swope said his story compelled cies that affect them, and has hopes of con-
ents, now U.S. citizens, are among thou-
$450,000 in revenue that had previously commissioners to examine how they could tinuing to work on prison reform or becom-
sands of other parents in the county
been used toward programs benefiting make Keene’s directive to county revenue ing a teacher in the future.
Casillas is advocating for in urging the San
Mateo County Board of Supervisors to write youth as well as facility maintenance and services to stop collecting the fees official. “I think we’re the real experts,” he said.
off outstanding juvenile court fees as offi- improvement. Though some of the revenue From studying national statistics on youth “We’ve been through the system and now
cials implement Senate Bill 190, passed by also covered administrative costs in col- incarceration, Swope said commissioners we’re getting into some type of reform work
state legislators and signed by the governor lecting the fees, Keene said the shift will learned many families of youth held in cus- or something around that to better help peo-
last year and aimed at limiting local agen- cause him to rethink how much he requests tody in detention facilities are already strug- ple understand that … this is the totality of
cies’ authority to collect fees against those for his department in the county’s budget- gling financially. Combined with the the circumstances … it’s not just one thing,
involved with the juvenile delinquency sys- ing process. Laura Williams, financial serv- region’s rising cost of living affecting fam- they all complement each other.”
tem. ices manager for the county revenue servic- ilies like Casillas’, they knew the fees could
“Their number one reason for moving es, confirmed in an email the collection be compounding challenges families Superv isors meet 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 19,
cost hovered around $110,000 and said the already faced in reunifying with their child at 400 County Center, Redwood City.
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Around the nation
Trump adviser Stone
reveals new meeting with Russian
WASHINGTON — Special counsel Robert Mueller is
examining a previously undisclosed meeting between long-
time Donald Trump confidante Roger
Stone and a Russian figure who allegedly
tried to sell him dirt on Hillary Clinton.
The meeting between Stone and a man
who identified himself as Henry
Greenberg was described in a pair of let-
ters sent Friday to the House Intelligence
Committee and first reported by The
Washington Post.
Stone and Michael Caputo, a Trump
Roger Stone
campaign aide who arranged the 2016
meeting, did not disclose the contact in their interviews
with the committee. But they now believe the man was an
FBI informant trying to set them up in a bid to undermine
Trump’s campaign. Greenberg could not immediately be
reached for comment, but in a text to the Post he denied he
was working for the FBI when he met with Stone.
The letters obtained by the Associated Press and written
by Stone and Caputo’s lawyers say that, in late May 2016,
REUTERS Caputo received a call from his Russian business partner
Police officers are seen detaining a man after a shooting during the art festival in Trenton, N.J. introducing him to Greenberg, who claimed he had informa-
tion about Clinton that he wanted to share with the cam-

Gunfire erupts at New Jersey paign.

arts festival; over 20 wounded

By Mike Catalini and Ron Todt Authorities believe several neigh- to leave the festival when she heard
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS borhood gangs had a dispute at the shots and saw people running.
venue, and multiple suspects began “There were people trampling other
TRENTON, N.J. — Gunmen opened shooting at each other, with police people, cars hitting other cars,” she
fire at an all-night arts and music fes- returning fire, Onofri said. said.
tival early Sunday morning, sending Tahaij Wells, 33, the suspect who When she was walking back to her
people running over each other in the was killed, had recently been released car after the shots stopped, Darisme
scramble to safety, authorities said. from prison and was on parole since said she saw someone bleeding on the
One suspect was killed and 22 people, February on homicide-related ground, in handcuffs.
including two suspects, were injured. charges, Onofri said. Amir “People were running to him, try-
Of 17 people treated for gunshot Armstrong, 23, listed in stable condi- ing to see his face, to see if he’s a
wounds, four of them, including a 13- tion, was charged with a weapons family member or a friend,” she said.
year-old boy, were critically injured offense. It was not immediately Theresa Brown, who has been vol-
but three had been upgraded to stable known if he had an attorney who unteering at Art All Night for 12
by evening, leaving only one man could comment. years, said she was leaving her volun-
believed to be a suspect in critical Multiple weapons were confiscated, teer shift when she heard “pop, pop,
condition, Mercer County Prosecutor including a handgun with an extended pop. I thought it was a car backfir-
Angelo Onofri. capacity magazine containing more ing,” she said.
The shots rang out around 2:45 a.m. ammunition than is allowed under The remainder of the two-day festi-
Sunday as an estimated 1,000 or more New Jersey law, Onofri said. val has been canceled.
people were attending the Art All On Sunday, crime scene tape sur- “We’re very shocked. We’re deeply
Night Trenton festival that showcases rounded the site of the historic saddened. Our hearts ache and our eyes
local art, music, food and films. Roebling Wire Works Building that are blurry but our dedication and
Onofri said numerous fights inside now shares a parking lot with a super- resolve to building a better Trenton
and outside had prompted police to market, bank and laundry. through community, creativity and
tell organizers that the event needed Police were also investigating an inspiration will never fade. Not
to be shut down because “there was a attempted carjacking that occurred in tonight. Not ever,” festival organiz-
report that the mood inside the venue a nearby alley. Onofri said police ers posted on social media.
had been changing.” Organizers were were working to determine if it’s con- The injured were taken to area hos-
in the process of doing that when the nected to the shooting. pitals, where some had been treated
shooting started, he said. Gennie Darisme was getting ready and released.
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8 Monday • June 18, 2018 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

GOP risking conservative

backlash over immigration
By Steve Peoples “The GOP’s in a tough
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS spot, ” said Republican
pollster Frank Luntz.
“The hardcore Trump
NEW YORK — The push toward immigra-
voter has a different
tion votes in the House is intensifying the
point of view than the
divide among Republicans on one of the
ever-important inde-
party’s most animating issues and fueling
pendent voter, and there
concerns that a voter backlash could cost
doesn’t seem to be a mid-
the GOP control of the House in November.
Paul Ryan dle ground.”
To many conservatives, the compromise The draft legislation,
immigration proposal released this past resulting from intense negotiations
week by House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., between moderates and conservatives,
is little more than “amnesty.” includes a path to citizenship for an esti-
One tea party group described the mated 1.8 million young immigrants in the
Republican plan as “the final betrayal.” Fox country illegally. The plan includes $25 bil-
Business host Lou Dobbs, who is close to lion for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border
President Donald Trump, tweeted Friday that and other security measures sought by the REUTERS
Ryan is “trying to open our borders even White House. After being detained and released by law enforcement, an undocumented immigrant from
more and give illegal immigrants the “While the bill contains some positive Honduras and his son pass the time before beginning a bus journey to Louisiana at the
biggest amnesty in American history.” provisions, including full funding for the Catholic Charities relief center in McAllen, Texas.
Passage of the bill could alienate conser- border wall and closing loopholes in current
vatives and depress turnout at a time when
enthusiasm among Democrats is high.
Yet scuttling the bill could turn off inde-
law that sustain illegal border surges, it is
still a mass amnesty,” said RJ Hauman, of
the conservative Federation for American
Hundreds of children wait in
Border Patrol facility in Texas
pendent voters, an especially important Immigration Reform.
bloc for House Republicans competing in “This bill hardly fulfills President
dozens of districts that Democrat Hillary Trump’s bold promise to fix immigration,
Clinton won in the 2016 presidential elec- and sure isn’t a winning message for the
tion. GOP in the midterms,” Hauman said. By Nomaan Merchant rate wings for unaccompanied children,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS adults on their own, and mothers and fathers
with children. The cages in each wing open
Protections for immigrants Around the nation McALLEN, Texas — Inside an old ware- out into common areas to use portable rest-
rooms. The overhead lighting in the ware-
erode under Trump since inaugural and sitting in federal
house in South Texas, hundreds of children
house stay on around the clock.
wait away from their parents in a series of
The Trump administration’s move to sepa- detention by themselves, cages created by metal fencing. One cage Reporters were not allowed by agents to
rate immigrant parents from their children in order to reach a larger had 20 children inside. Scattered about are interview any of the detainees or take pho-
on the U.S.-Mexico border has grabbed policy goal of deter- bottles of water, bags of chips and large foil tos.
attention around the world, drawn scorn rence, ” said Jennifer sheets intended to serve as blankets. Nearly 2,000 children have been taken
from human-rights organizations and over- Podkul, director of poli- One teenager told an advocate who visited from their parents since Attorney General
taken the immigration debate in Congress. cy at Kids in Need of that she was helping care for a young child Jeff Sessions announced the policy, which
It’s also a situation that has been brewing Defense, which repre- she didn’t know because the child’s aunt was directs Homeland Security officials to refer
since the week President Donald Trump took sents children in immi- somewhere else in the facility. She said she all cases of illegal entry into the United
office, when he issued his first order signal- Donald Trump gration court. had to show others in her cell how to change States for prosecution. Church groups and
ing a tougher approach to asylum-seekers. To those who work the girl’s diaper. human rights advocates have sharply criti-
Since then, the administration has been with immigrants, the parents’ plight was The U.S. Border Patrol on Sunday allowed cized the policy, calling it inhumane.
steadily eroding protections for immigrant heralded by a series of measures making it reporters to briefly visit the facility where it Stories have spread of children being torn
children and families. harder for kids arriving on the border to get holds families arrested at the southern U.S. from their parents’ arms, and parents not
“They’re willing to risk harm to a child released from government custody and to border, responding to new criticism and being able to find where their kids have
being traumatized, separated from a parent seek legal status here. protests over the Trump administration’s gone. A group of congressional lawmakers
“zero tolerance” policy and resulting sepa- visited the same facility Sunday and were set
ration of families. to visit a longer-term shelter holding
More than 1,100 people were inside the around 1,500 children — many of whom
large, dark facility that’s divided into sepa- were separated from their parents.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • April 18, 2018 9

State’s education debate over charter schools Patterson leaving legacy
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Other voices compliance oversight authority to
enforce — or to sandbag — many
as San Mateo city manager
he emergence of a group of state and federal mandates meant to

arry Patterson, 68, who has been the city manager
wealthy charter school sup- force schools and school districts to of San Mateo for the last five years and the city’s
economy but for the state in general.
porters as a potent force has This built on themes Newsom has better handle their responsibilities. Public Works director for 13 plans to retire in
been one of the more striking recent long outlined — starting with the This power was on display in 2015 December. He will be a hard act to follow.
developments in Golden State poli- need for education to be “a lifelong when current Superintendent Tom When Arch Perry retired as Public Works director, then
tics. While their huge donations pursuit” that empowers Californians Torlakson overruled a state city manager Arne Croce hired an unlikely candidate to fill
failed to elevate former Los Angeles to launch new careers after their old Department of Education official and the job. Patterson did not have the usual background in
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to the occupations are wiped out by new said funds given to districts with high Public Works. Although he was a civil engineer, he had
runoff in the governor’s race, their technologies. If Newsom becomes numbers of English-language learn- spent his time doing traffic studies for cities as the found-
clout has already reshaped the board governor as pundits predict and uses ers, foster students and impoverished ing member of Patterson Associates. This surprising
of Los Angeles Unified, the state’s his political capital toward these families to help those categories of choice turned out to be a good luck pick for San Mateo.
largest school district. goals — starting with changes in students could instead be used for ***
But their apparent belief that more badly dated high school graduation broader purposes — including teacher Patterson names Bay
charter schools will solve all of pub- requirements — that would be excit- raises. Meadows and the rail corri-
lic education’s woes misses the fuller ing. As for Cox, he supports vouchers As Torlakson did when he first ran dor plan as one of the major
schools debate Californians need — but says the first step toward “quality” for superintendent in 2010, Thurmond accomplishments on his
both in the governor’s race between education is “more charters, of touts a reform agenda. But his refusal watch. I participated in this
Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom to support changes in tenure rules that firsthand as the council’s
course.” Sharper differences will sure-
and Republican Rancho Santa Fe busi- allow teachers to gain lifetime job representative on the two
ly emerge. rail corridor studies which
nessman John Cox, and in the state While the stakes are lower, the race protections after 16 months of
superintendent of public instruction employment is awfully telling. He combined lasted well over
for state superintendent of schools is 10 years. The second study
race pitting Assemblyman Tony also of vital importance. Tuck’s needs to be repeatedly pressed over
Thurmond, a Bay Area union the next five months to explain how was a major community
reform credentials are impeccable. But event. It had representa-
Democrat, and former school leader Thurmond has been so close to the he squares this position with his
tives from the affected
Marshall Tuck, a Los Angeles reform California Teachers Association and claim to care about students first and neighborhoods, business
Democrat supported by some of the the California Federation of Teachers foremost. and Planning Commission.
same charter school backers funding his entire time in the Legislature that Yes, the state’s 1,200-plus charter The goal was to come up
Villaraigosa. if he’s elected, he could emerge as an schools are important. But they teach with a plan independent of
That’s why Newsom’s remarks on obstacle to Newsom’s efforts to bring only about 10 percent of the state’s the developer’s proposal.
election night were so welcome. He change to public schools. That’s 6.2 million K-12 students. There’s The committee devoured two facilitators and, in despera-
depicted a successful public education because the superintendent has the much more to this education debate. tion, Croce asked Patterson to take over. Even though
as crucial not just for California’s It’s time to have it. food was available for the committee and the many mem-
bers of the public who attended, it took more than a full
stomach to reach consensus. Patterson’s calm demeanor,

Tariffs and blue-collar Americans his sense of humor, his respect for whomever was speak-
ing, defused most of the hostility in the room and the
committee was able to make progress. The plan was way
than $43,000 a year.
The Wall Street Journal
Other voices Tariffs are inherently regressive
ahead of its time in requiring traffic management and other
measures to make this a successful transit-oriented com-
munity. The assignment showed that Patterson was much

ore than a few conserva- because low-income Americans
that these folks received a $100 spend more of their income on more than a Public Works director and probably led to his
tive intellectuals have landing the job as city manager.
warmed to Donald after-tax bonus from changes like household goods. Commerce The other major achievements are obtaining funding for
Trump’s trade protectionism because the doubled standard deduction. After Secretary Wilbur Ross has argued the expensive rail separations at 25th, 28th and 31st
it supposedly helps blue-collar auto tariffs that would be whittled that no one will notice price increas- avenues. Work is already beginning on 25th Avenue after
Americans. But what if his tariffs do down to $51, Ms. York notes. es — what’s a few cents more for a 18 long years. Completion of the State Route 92 inter-
The tariffs shave gains in all change also makes Patterson smile and less visible, but
the opposite? can of soup? But people in Mr.
important, is improving the budget process.
Erica York at the Tax Foundation income brackets, but no one is hurt Ross’s income strata are not the ***
crunched some numbers recently more than the poor and middle class. Trump base. He was born in Salt Lake City, and spent his early years
showing that Mr. Trump’s proposal Take the fourth income quintile, or a The Commerce Department is still on a ranch outside the city. Then the family moved to
for a 25 percent tariff on imported household making at most about looking at whether a muffler is a Winnemucca, Nevada where Patterson attended elementary
$70,000 a year in adjusted gross and high school. There’s only one reason to visit
cars, trucks and parts could eliminate national security threat under Winnemucca. That’s if you are driving across country and
half of the income gains from tax income. The Tax Foundation says Section 232 of the Trade Expansion need a spot to eat in the desolate area of the state.
reform for millions of Americans. auto tariffs could erase nearly 30 per- Act of 1962. President Trump should Fortunately for Patterson and San Mateo, he was able to
Those in the lowest income quintile cent of that family’s after-tax abandon the idea lest Americans broaden his horizon by attending the Air Force Academy
could lose 49 percent of their tax income bump. Ditto for the third wonder if they really benefitted from in Colorado, where he admits he was one mean lacrosse
quintile, or a family earning no more player. But he left before his senior year when he realized
gains. Say for ease of calculation that tax cut. military life was not for him. He finished at the University
of Texas, then University of California, Berkeley where
he received a master’s degree in transportation.
Letter to the editor In 1989, he was in the Bay Area, set up Patterson and
Associates and was elected to the Half Moon Bay City
Council. He served six years after a failed attempt to recall
him at the end of his first term, He and wife moved to
Anna Kuhre Daily Journal, Anna Kuhre is right on well as the easier commutes. Carmel Valley. It was a difficult drive when Patterson was
(SV and traffic solution) with alter- Tom Huening hired as Pubic Works director so he had an apartment near-
guest perspective nate work schedules. As county con- by where he could stay nights after late meetings. Finally,
San Mateo
Editor, troller, my staff of 43 had more than The letter writer is a former member the Pattersons felt they had to live closer to the job and
In her guest perspective, “Silicon 30 work schedules and got their work of the San Mateo County Board of moved to Montara, spurred by the prospect that their
Valley companies and the traffic solu- done. Superv isors and former county con- daughter was about to have twins and needed baby-sitting
tion” in the June 12 edition of the They loved the family flexibility as troller. help. Those twin boys will be 16 next month.
Times were difficult when Patterson took over as city
OUR MISSION: manager. It was after the recession had hit and it was a
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most challenge to maintain services. Then there was the dispute
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for and legal battle over the 7-Eleven store on San Mateo
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. Drive which was disruptive to the staff and community.
By combining local news and sports coverage, The city manager’s job was to turn things around.
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business,
Moe Alshafie Michael Davis lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to San Mateo is a growing and changing city. Patterson
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Charles Gould Paul Moisio says its population is 106,000. Demographically it is
provide our readers with the highest quality
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County. one-third Caucasian, one-third Asian, and one-third
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: Latino. Yet Patterson feels San Mateo in 2028 will look
choose to reflect the diverse character of this and feel much like it is today. The historic downtown will
Dave Newlands, Production Manager Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman dynamic and ever-changing community.
Jim Clifford Elizabeth Cortes be unchanged. Development will probably occur near
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events Talia Fine Robert Hutchinson Caltrain stations but without dramatic changes in heights
Austin Walsh, Senior Reporter
Priscilla Jin Tom Jung SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM and densities. Autonomous vehicles will be prevalent on
Connor Lin Laurel Lujan
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Terry Bernal, Zachary Clark, Anna Schuessler Sophie Penn Nick Rose ue to own cars. Uber-like self-driving vehicles will reduce
Joel Snyder Gary Whitman
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events the need for parking downtown but maybe not significant-
ly reduce congestion. Possibly the old Second Avenue and
Online edition at
El Camino Real garage will be replaced with housing and
commercial development. And the city will have to raise
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Around the world

Trump grumbles that North
Korea deal not earning wide praise
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says his deal
with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un will save tens of millions
of people from a potential nuclear war.
Now he just has to get everyone else on
Frustrated with lukewarm backing from
congressional Republicans, criticism
from Democratic opponents and skepti-
cism from allies and the media, Trump
made a stop on the North Lawn of the
White House to promote his agreement
Donald Trump with Kim and challenge the blowback
that it’s vague and lacking in clear objec-
The surprise appearance Friday on “Fox & Friends,” fol-
lowed by a combative round of questions with reporters,
came days after Trump returned from the Singapore summit
expecting a hero’s welcome and tweeting that the world now
could “sleep well.”
Trump, who prides himself as a master deal-maker, feels
the agreement represents a major step toward solving an
intractable foreign policy problem. He has been grumbling
that not everyone agrees. REUTERS
Trump’s frustrations are all the more notable now during Men carry an injured man to a hospital after a car bomb in Jalalabad city, Afghanistan.
the honeymoon phase of the deal, when goodwill has yet to
be tempered by reality. The U.S. goal of complete, verifi-
able and irreversible denuclearization, even in the most
optimistic case, probably will take years — and that’s
Afghan bomber kills 19, Taliban
assuming North Korea won’t violate the accord, as it has
every previous nuclear agreement.
The president is facing questions about his public
rejects extension of cease-fire
embrace of Kim and the North Korean’s autocratic leader- By Rahim Faiez ence in the province. have come to an end this Sunday
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The bomber on Saturday targeted a evening,” Taliban spokesman
ship style, including what Trump said was a joke about the
gathering of Taliban fighters who were Zabihullah Mujahid in a statement. “All
obedience of the autocratic Kim’s advisers. Trump said he
KABUL, Afghanistan — A suicide celebrating a three-day truce coinciding Mujahidin (Taliban) should continue
was doing what is necessary for peace.
bomber struck in Afghanistan’s eastern with the Eid al-Fitr holiday. their operations against foreign
Police: Taxi driver who hit city of Jalalabad on Sunday, killing at After the attack, Afghan President invaders and their puppets,”
least 19 people in the second attack in Ashraf Ghani announced a nine-day The Taliban’s statement added that
eight Moscow pedestrians fell asleep as many days targeting Taliban fight- extension of the cease-fire. their cease-fire was for their fighters to
MOSCOW — The suspect in a taxi crash near Red Square ers, security forces and civilians cele- The chairman of the High Peace celebrate the holiday peacefully and not
that injured two Mexican soccer fans and six other pedestri- brating a holiday cease-fire. The Council, a government body charged in response to the government’s cease-
ans as Russia hosts the World Cup told interrogators he fell Taliban later rejected an extension of with negotiating an end to the nearly fire announcement.
asleep at the wheel, Moscow city police said Sunday. the cease-fire. 17-year war, called on the Taliban to The Taliban have steadily expanded
The police released a video of an interrogation session Najibullah Kamawal, director of the accept the extended cease-fire and join their presence in recent years, seizing a
with a man the Moscow force identified as the taxi driver. In provincial health department, said the peace process. number of districts across the country
the recording, he says he briefly dozed off and accidentally another 60 people were wounded in the “We hope that the extension of the and carrying out near-daily attacks on
hit the gas. It was unclear whether the man spoke under attack, which struck a crowd of people cease-fire will be announced by the Afghan security forces. But over the
duress. as they left the governor’s compound. leadership of the Taliban,” Mohammad past two days Taliban fighters could be
The man in the video says he hadn’t slept in 20 hours and Saturday’s attack, which also took Karim Khalili told a news conference in seen celebrating the truce alongside
wasn’t drunk, and ran away after the accident because he was place in Jalalabad, killed at least 36 the capital, Kabul. He said there had Afghan troops and other people in a
afraid that angry bystanders would kill him. He was later people and wounded 65, according to been an “exchange of views” between number of locations.
detained. Kamawal, director of the provincial the government and the Taliban over Taliban leaders have at different times
The Moscow city traffic authority identified the driver as health department. the past week, without elaborating. expressed interest in holding peace
28-year-old Chyngyz Anarbek, who is from Kyrgyzstan. No one has claimed the attacks, but But later Sunday the Taliban talks to end the conflict. But they have
Speaking to the Associated Press from the town of Muras they appeared to be the work of the announced that their cease-fire had refused to meet with the U.S.-backed
Ordo in Kyrgyzstan, Anarbek’s older brother said only had Islamic State group, which is not ended and they had no intention of government, saying they will only
been working as a taxi driver for a month. He said his sib- included in the cease-fire and has extending it. “The cease-fire was negotiate with the United States direct-
ling was in “stress, shock, horror” after what happened. clashed with the Taliban in the past. announced by the Taliban for just the ly. They have also demanded the with-
The local IS affiliate has a strong pres- three days of the Eid holidays, which drawal of all foreign forces.
Border lake backdrops sealing
of Greece, Macedonia name deal
PSARADES, Greece — The foreign ministers of Greece
Sea convoy reaches Spain as migration debate roils Europe
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS board disembarked after medical staff After days of bickering and food and
and Macedonia endorsed an agreement to resolve a long made a preliminary inspection. water running low on the ship, Spain
fight over the Macedonia name Sunday during a signing cer- VALENCIA, Spain — An aid group’s stepped in and granted the rescue boat
The rescue ship Aquarius came in four
emony filled with history and symbolism. ship and two Italian military vessels entry with a plan called “Operation
The Greek village of Psarades, located on the shores of hours later carrying another 106
docked Sunday at the Spanish port of migrants. Aid workers awaiting their Mediterranean Hope.” The 930-mile
Great Prespa Lake, was picked for the occasion since the Valencia, ending a weeklong ordeal for arrival clapped and cheered as the first journey across the Mediterranean from
borders of Greece and Macedonia meet in the water. hundreds of people who were rescued passengers walked down the gangway. Sicily to Valencia took nearly a week.
The two countries’ prime ministers, Greece’s Alexis from the Mediterranean Sea only to
Tsipras and Macedonia’s Zoran Zaev, were there to see the An Italian navy ship, the Orione, came After Spain invited the Aquarius to
become pawns in a European political in shortly after 1 p.m with the remain- land, Italy sent the Dattilo and Orione
deal they reached Tuesday get signed by their foreign min-
fight. ing 250. to help transport the migrants.
isters, Nikos Kotzias and Nikola Dimitrov, respectively.
The Italian coast guard vessel The Aquarius, operated by the aid David Noguera, the head of Doctors
Macedonians Zaev and Dimitrov arrived from across the
Dattilo was the first of the boats in the groups SOS Mediterranee Sea and Without Borders in Spain, said he was
lake on a small speedboat. Their Greek counterparts wel-
comed them with hugs on a jetty that was enlarged for the convoy bearing 630 migrants to touch Doctors Without Borders, was stuck off glad Spain welcomed the ship’s pas-
event. land, pulling in just before 7 a.m. The the coast of Sicily on June 9 when sengers, who were picked up off the
2 7 4 Italy’s new populist government coast of Libya. He said he is worried
r e c ue d refused it permission to dock and that more European nations will close
p eo p l e demanded that Malta do so. Malta also their ports to migrants who are rescued
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Monday • June 18, 2018

Hager fronts West Bay Warriors’ title

By Terry Bernal ASA 14U “A” Championship title Sunday at the Twin 3 win over the Lady Wolfpack. Hager then turned in
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Creeks Sports Complex. back-to-back complete games, including a three-
Sage Hager earned her second complete-game shutout inning win in a 16-1 mercy-rule decision, preceded
Hager, SUNNYVALE — When Sage of the tournament in a 4-0 win over the Cal by a one-hit shutout to outduel Nor Cal Experience
who just Hager gets in the zone, look out. Nuggets 14U-Gold team in the championship pitcher Paige Maier in a 1-0 victory.
completed A right-handed pitcher who just game. The right-hander scattered three hits while “[Hager] is a true competitor,” Warriors head
her first finished her freshman varsity season striking out three, and set down the last 11 batters coach Ray McDonald said. “Massive focus and an
year at San at San Mateo High School, Hager she faced. incredible leader.”
Mateo as a was front and center as the West Bay “I love to pitch,” Hager said. “I’ve been pitching In Sunday’s dramatic semifinal win 9-8 over the
freshman, Warriors 14-and-under travel soft- ever since I was 6. That’s all I do.” Salinas Storm-Plascencia, Hager encountered her
now pitches ball team Hager and right-hander Katelyn Heuser shoul- lone stumble, surrendering seven runs through 2
for the West won the dered all the pitching duties for the Warriors 2/3 innings. But she got bailed out with help from
Bay Warriors No r t h e r n through their five tournament wins. Heuser opened
14U team. Cal i fo rn i a the tourney with a complete-game victory in an 8- See WEST BAY, Page 12

Mexico uprising
Defending champ
Germany falls 1-0
on Lozano’s score
By James Ellingworth

MOSCOW — Defending World

Cup champions have been finding
it hard to get out of the group stage
lately, and Germany is proving no
A silhouette view of Brooks Koepka kissing the trophy at the U.S. Open
The 2014 champions, ranked No.
golf tournament Sunday at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, New York.

Koepka repeats
1 in the world, were exposed defen-
sively and surprisingly beaten by
Mexico 1-0 on Sunday, putting its
hopes of advancement in doubt.
Well, not everyone is in doubt.

as Open champ
“We will make it, ” Germany
coach Joachim Loew said. “There’s Above: Mexico’s
no reason to fall apart because you Hirving Lozano,
lose one game.” left, celebrates By Doug Ferguson Koepka pulled away from a four-
Hirving Lozano scored the lone scoring their first THE ASSOCIATED PRESS way tie for the lead with three
goal in the 35th minute, picking goal with Jesus birdies in five holes, held off
up Javier Hernandez’s pass inside Gallardo. SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — One Tommy Fleetwood and his record-
the penalty area and beating Mesut was about power. The other was tying 63 and closed with a 2-under
Ozil before shooting past Right: Lozano
about patience. 68 for a one-shot victory to
Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer scores Mexico’s become the first repeat U.S. Open
only goal in the Brooks Koepka has a game for
from 10 yards. the U. S. Open champion in 29 years.
The goal decided the match — a 35th minute. “I don’t want to say I didn’t
no matter the
match Germany didn’t expect to course, no mat- think I could do it,” Koepka said.
“I don’t know if it’s the biggest
victory in (Mexico’s) history, but
Life changed with 1 goal ter the test, no
matter the cir-
“But I knew that it was going to be
that much more difficult. And to
cumstances. finally do it, it’s much more grati-
one of the biggest for sure, ”
Lozano said. “My teammates and I
for Panama hero Torres He never lost
hope when he
fying the second time. I can really
appreciate how hard it is to win a
did some great work. We all ran our By Tim Booth and excitement. When the cele- began his title major.”
hearts out. This is the result of all THE ASSOCIATED PRESS bration finally dispersed and real- Koepka won with birdies on spa-
that hard work.” ity hit there was still work to do, Brooks Koepka defense with a cious Erin Hills last year. The sig-
75 and was 7-
Three of the previous four SOCHI, Russia — In the eupho- Torres placed his hands over his over par midway through the sec- nature moment from this U. S.
defending World Cup champions ria of the moment and the kind of mouth and made a request of the ond round. He didn’t lose his mind Open was a trio of putts to escape
failed to reach the knockout exhilaration he had never experi- referee issuing him a yellow card in the most punishing third round trouble on the back nine — two for
stages, France, Italy and Spain. enced before, Roman Torres com- for being too exuberant. of a U. S. Open in nearly two par, one for bogey.
Two of them lost their opening pletely lost sense of time. “I asked him how much time decades. “I enjoy being pushed to the
matches while the Italians had to He ran, and screamed, and was left and that he end the match And with a cool head and a hot limit,” Koepka said. “Sometimes
settle for a draw. ripped off his shirt amid the noise quickly,” Torres recalled. putter, he didn’t give anyone a you feel like you are about to break
echoing through Estadio Rommel chance down the stretch Sunday at
See MEXICO, Page 16 Fernandez creating a haze of joy See PANAMA, Page 16 Shinnecock Hills. See GOLF, Page 15

White Sox continue rivalry with Reno

By Terry Bernal including a doubleheader with the White with the team’s local high schools all
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Sox Saturday at Sea Cloud Park. holding graduations in recent days.
“I feel like we haven’t really been The White Sox had their win streak
After winning six straight games to tested this year,” Souza said. “So, it halted with a 2-1 loss in the first game of
start the Palomino League season, the was nice to finally be tested.” the twin bill. Muckdogs right-hander
PenCities White Sox finally suffered The Muckdogs were founded by man- Brendan Talonen — an all-Golden Valley
their first loss of the summer. But ager Ken Camel 15 years ago, and the Conference pitcher as a community col-
manager Lenny Souza welcomed the team has now played the White Sox in lege freshman at Feather River College
tough competition. consecutive seasons for approximately — worked six innings to earn the win.
The White Sox (7-1) continued their half that time. The matchup always In Game 2, though, the White Sox
annual rivalry with the Reno presents Souza’s club with a quality bounced back with a 4-1 victory. Right-
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Muckdogs, as the Sparks, Nevada-based opponent, even more the case this year hander Jordan Brandenburg (Carlmont),
White Sox base runner Tommy Calvo attempts to leg out a team made the four-hour drive to the Bay as Reno travelled with only the colle-
grounder against the Reno Muckdogs at Sea Cloud Park. Area to play five games in three days, giate contingent of its 32-man roster, See PALOMINO, Page 14
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Giants sign first-round pick for record bonus

STAFF AND WIRE REPORT bonus for a position player A 21-year-old catcher out of Georgia Tech, Hjelle, Jake Wong, Blake Rivera, Keaton
in Major League Baseball Bart was named the Atlantic Coast Winn, Solomon Bates, Ben Madison, Alex
At the least, the Giants have found a future history, as per a report by Conference player of the year and led the DuBord, Matt Frisbee, Trenton Toplikar,
spokesman for taking public transit to writer Jim conference in hitting with a .359 average. He Clay Helvey, Ben Strahm, Preston White,
AT&T Park. If catcher Joey Bart reaches his Callis. topped the Yellow Jackets with a .632 slug- Travis Perry, Ryan Walker, Chris Roberts
potential, though, the Giants may have just When Posey was drafted ging percentage, 79 hits, 16 home runs, 55 and Trevor Horn; left-handed pitcher Bryce
inked the heir apparent to Buster Posey. in 2008 with the No. 5 runs scored and a .471 on-base percentage. Tucker; shortstops Edison Mora, Jett
The Giants, Sunday, announced the signing overall pick, his $6.2 mil- Bart is one of the country’s best defensive Manning and Marcos Campos; third base-
of 32 recent draftees, including their first-round lion signing bonus was, at catchers, with a .992 fielding percentage on men David Villar, Sean Roby and Abidel
selection, Bart. While the Giants signed him Joey Bart the time, the highest sign- the season while throwing out 12 of 33 Layer; catchers Angel Guzman, Fabian Pena
for under the recommended slot value as the No. ing bonus in draft history. would-be base stealers. and Braden Frankenfort; and outfielders
2 overall pick, they still gave Bart a signing The recommended slot bonus for the No. 2 The Giants Sunday also announced the Patrick Hilson, George Bell, Randy Norris,
bonus of $7,025,000, the largest upfront overall pick this year was $7,494,600. signings of right-handed pitchers Sean Kwan Adkins and Austin Edgette.

Warriors jumped ahead early, scoring all four age groups, including a 16U team with the by Olympics legend Lisa Fernandez Jan. 26,

WEST BAY of their runs in the second inning. After sin-

gles by O’Connor and Sophia Siu, Deppiesse
— who hit .500 (7 for 14) with eight RBIs in
core of its roster the organization’s six
founding players — Izzy Borges, Holly
Fletcher, Isabella Jaimes, Maicie Levitt,
the day after Grant’s 14th birthday.
Grant attended two workouts at UCLA last
year, then went on an unofficial visit to the
Continued from page 11 the tournament — got her team on the board Kelly McGuigan and Brianna Santos. campus in January. And while she’s too
with a two-run single to left. McDonald began coaching the core play- young to have witnessed Fernandez become
“It was a low pitch and I was just thinking ers in 2014 in something of an informal the Babe Ruth of the softball world by win-
Heuser — who allowed one run on five hits
I needed to get on,” Deppiesse said. “I was- setting, running through standard softball ning three Olympic gold medals in 1996,
over 3 1/3 innings — and from leadoff hit-
n’t thinking about getting the runs in. It felt drills at Chanteloup Park every afternoon. 2000 and ’04, Grant said she was impressed
ter Haley Klemmer.
good.” McDonald said the girls kept showing up with the Fernandez’s enthusiasm for the
The Warriors entered the bottom of the After an infield single by Lee to put run- every day, and so did he, and soon the group game.
seventh trailing 8-6, but rallied for three ners at the corners, the Warriors added on. grew to enough players to start a team. And “Just good energy,” Grant said. “I think
runs to walk off with the victory. Kailey Lee faked a steal to prompt a throw to sec- so he did. it’s cool. I’m still new to it so I’m still
O’Connor led off the inning with a solo ond base, and Deppiesse stole home on the Now, the four-team organization is housed learning about softball.”
home run. Then, after a walk to Alex Bunton play to up the lead to 3-0. Olivia Dinardo in the nose-to-the-grindstone environment Grant has only been playing softball for a
and a one-out single by Brooke Deppiesse, then singled home Lee to cap the scoring. of the open-door West Bay Warriors Hitting little over a year. She grew up playing base-
the Warriors tied it on an RBI groundout by By virtue of reaching the championship Facility, where players can come and go as ball, including travel baseball. In fact, the
Gabriella Lee. Klemmer followed with the game, both the Warriors and the Nuggets they please, though each position player is weekend tourney wasn’t the first time she’d
heroics, belting an RBI single to center field earn bids to the ASA Fast Pitch Girls’ “A” encouraged to take 200 batting swings per played at the Twin Creeks Sports Complex.
to score Deppiesse with the winning run. 14U Western National Championships, day. She had previously played there as part of a
“Momentum,” McDonald said of riding a starting July 30 in Medford, Oregon. The “It’s a clubhouse for the Warriors and we Little League baseball tournament.
walk-off win into the championship game. Warriors are also gunning for a bid to the trust them to handle their business, ” As Grant approached high school, howev-
“It just takes the electricity and carries it Premier Girls Fastpitch national champi- McDonald said. er, she converted to softball. She’s proven a
over.” onships — considered the more advanced natural shortstop though, so much so that
The Cal Nuggets had been riding a come- tournament — and will attend a PGF qualifi- Grant commits to UCLA Deppiesse, also a natural shortstop, made
back wave as well. Of their four victories er this coming weekend in Las Vegas. Warriors 14U shortstop Megan Grant has the switch to third base this summer.
through the tournament, three of them were yet to even start high school. She recently McDonald called Deppiesse’s defense at the
by way of the comeback, and each via sev- Warriors on the map graduated middle school and, as did her older hot corner “rock solid.” And Deppiesse had
enth-inning walk-offs. In their 7-6 semifi- Based in San Mateo, the West Bay Warriors brothers Devin and Cameron, is in line to similar praise for Grant.
nal win, Jasmine Hsiao produced the game are a relatively new travel softball organiza- attend Aragon High School in the fall. She “She’s great,” Deppiesse said. “I know
winner with an RBI infield single to plate tion. Founded by McDonald in 2014, the also has a Division I college offer in hand, as when the ball gets by me, she’s going to get
Claire Turner with the game-winner. West Bay Warriors Hitting Facility now she has verbally committed to play softball it. She’s great. She’s just an outstanding
In the championship game, though, the houses four teams spanning three different at UCLA. She committed to the program run player.”
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Hundley, Belt homer to lift Giants past Dodgers

By Doug Padilla Revenge of the Strat
Giants 4, Dodgers 1
trip to Washington, Miami and Los Stratton (8-4) entered 0-3 with a 7.88
LOS ANGELES — Road weary and a bit Angeles, and now return home for a 10- ERA against the Dodgers, and was roughed
homesick, the San Francisco Giants picked game homestand against the Marlins, up in an April 28 start when he gave up six
Padres and Rockies. They stay in the divi- earned runs over a short 1 1/3 innings, eas-
up a victory Sunday that could be the
ily his shortest start of the year.
momentum needed to get a long stretch in sion for a six-game road trip then return for
Sunday’s outing was in complete contrast
the Bay Area off to a good start. another 10-game homestand. to his previous efforts against the Dodgers.
Nick Hundley and Brandon Belt each hit Sunday’s victory gave the Giants a 16-26 “It was big,” Stratton said of his outing
two-run home runs and Chris Stratton record away from home. They are 19-11 in Sunday. “Definitely the last time was not a
pitched six solid innings to help the Giants San Francisco. pretty one. I have to credit Hundley back
avoid a three-game sweep at Los Angeles “We can’t have this road record, that’s not there behind the plate. I don’t think I had
with a 4-1 victory over the Dodgers Sunday. going to work, so we have to get better my best stuff today, especially with fastball
It marked the end of the Giants’ fourth there,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “At command.”
three-city road trip over the first 2 1/2 KELVIN KUO/USA TODAY SPORTS home, we have to keep up what we have been Stratton gave up a first-inning run when
months of the season, and the last hurdle Brandon Belt , left, celebrates with Bruce Bochy doing there and hopefully the guys catch their Hundley tried to cut down Justin Turner at
the club needed to clear before a stretch after hitting a two-run home run Sunday. breath and like the home cooking.” second base and threw the ball into center
where they play 20 of the next 26 games at Sunday with a homer in the first inning, Dodgers rookie pitcher Caleb Ferguson field. Max Muncy came home from third
AT&T Park. After that, the Giants hit the halfway up the pavilion seats in left field (0-1) gave up four runs on just two hits, the base on the error. Otherwise the right-han-
All-Star break then play three interleague for his eighth of the season. Belt followed home runs from Hundley and Belt. He struck der was stingy against a Dodgers lineup that
games at Oakland. two innings later with his 12th home run out six in his third career start, with an entered with 34 home runs in June.
“We’re through the hardest part of the and first since returning from an appendec- unearned run that happened when Gorkys
schedule, I think, ” Belt said about the tomy on June 1. Hernandez reached base on an error by Trainer’s room
Giants already playing 42 of their 81 road The Dodgers saw their modest five-game shortstop Enrique Hernandez in front of Buster Posey, who saw action in all 16
games, exactly one month before the All- win streak come to an end, but they are still Belt’s homer. innings of Thursday’s game at Miami, was not
Star Game. “It’s not easy going to the East 11-3 in June. They went 7-2 on their just- Former Dodgers left-hander Tony Watson in the starting lineup Sunday with what man-
Coast a lot and having 10-game road trips. completed homestand and now head to opened the ninth inning for the Giants with ager Bruce Bochy labeled “general soreness.”
We have a lot of games coming up at home Chicago for a National League a strikeout of Max Muncy before closer SS Brandon Crawford will go on paternity
and everybody is excited about that.” Championship Series rematch with the Cubs. Hunter Strickland recorded the final two outs leave Monday for the birth of his fourth child
Hundley got the Giants going early The Giants went 4-6 on their 10-day road for his 14th save in 17 chances. and said that he expects to miss three games.

A’s rally past Angels on Lucroy’s 11th inning heroics

By Michael Wagaman them and hit batters,” Scioscia said. “We put
A’s 6, Angels 5 too many guys on base from the ninth
Lucroy said. “I was trying and Jake Jewell (0-1) hit Khris Davis with a inning on and those guys got it done.”
OAKLAND — Jonathan Lucroy flied out in to stay inside the ball and pitch. After Matt Olson flied out, Eduardo Canha hit an early two-run homer, and
his first chance at getting the winning hit. hit it somewhere up the Paredes replaced Jewell and walked Mark added a tying single with two outs in the
The next time up, he didn’t miss. middle or the other way.” Canha to load the bases. ninth. Marcus Semien homered to begin the
Lucroy hit an RBI single off the center- The A’s rallied for two Angels manager Mike Scioscia brought Oakland ninth.
field wall with the bases loaded in the 11th runs in the ninth to tie it at left fielder Justin Upton in for a five-man Blake Treinen (4-1) got the win.
inning and the A’s capped their comeback 5, an inning that endedwhen infield but it didn’t matter. Lucroy hit a deep Angels slugger Albert Pujols hit his 625th
Sunday with a 6-5 win over the Angels. Jonathan Lucroy Lucroy flied out with run- drive to win it. career home run
“They stacked the left side up, so you don’t ners on first and second. “We had a couple guys coming out of the It was another blown save for Scioscia’s
want to roll into a double play right there,” Jed Lowrie led off the 11th with a single bullpen just brought too many walks with bullpen, the 15th by the Angels this season.
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Texas Tech stuns No. 1-ranked Florida State in 2006 and South Carolina 2010 have digit runs for the fourth time in six NCAA
College World Series lost their Omaha openers and made it to the Tournament wins and had their highest total
OMAHA, Neb. — Gabe Holt hit a seed in the NCAA Tournament and a first-round finals since the tournament went to its cur- in 28 CWS games. The Longhorns (42-22),
tiebreaking single in the fifth inning and rent structure in 1999. in the CWS for a record 36th time, lost their
draft pick in starting pitcher Brady Singer.
drove in an insurance run in the ninth, lead- Texas Tech pitchers limited the Gators to third straight Omaha opener since 2011.
ing Texas Tech to a stunning 6-3 win over five hits but issued five walks. That was more
Arkansas 11, Texas 5 The Razorbacks swept the Longhorns 13-4
defending national champion Florida in the than good enough against a Florida offense Luke Bonfield hit the go-ahead home run in and 7-5 in Fayetteville in March, but this was
College World Series on Sunday night. that has struggled for three straight games. the fifth inning and Arkansas broke it open the first time the old rivals from the
The Red Raiders (45-18) won their CWS To have a chance to repeat as champions, with an eight-run sixth in an 11-5 victory over Southwest Conference days had been matched
opener for the first time in their three appear- the Gators (47-20) must win four straight to Texas on Sunday in the College World Series. in the CWS since 2004. The Razorbacks are
ances, and they did it against the No. 1 overall reach the best-of-three finals. Only Oregon The Razorbacks (45-19) scored double- 2-3 against Texas in five CWS meetings.

Continued from page 11

more synonymous with offense, whirled six

innings to earn the win. Then right-hander
Nathan Peng dazzled with a blazing fastball
by striking out the side in the seventh to
close it out.
“[Peng] was good,” Camel said. “It’s late
in the day and you’ve got face a guy who was
87-88 (mph), it makes it tough when you’re
trying to tie it up.”
Reno had its chances to catch PenCities on
the scoreboard in the late innings. In the
sixth, the Muckdogs plated their only run on a
sacrifice fly by Derek Laferriere, but it almost
tied the game as, with runners at the corners,
the fly ball was driven to the fence in deep left TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
field. Colton Forman followed with a similar Above: Tommy Ozawa shoots an infield single to the left side of the infield
blast that White Sox left fielder Tommy Ozawa Saturday in the White Sox’s 4-1 win over the Reno Muckdogs.
hauled in just in front of the fence. Right: White Sox closer Nathan Peng earns his second save of the summer.
“I thought they were well enough hit to do tively Saturday. But Peng throws gas. It was Brandenburg was kicking himself after singles. Nichol got PenCities on the board
some damage,” said Camel, who noted both his second pitching appearance of the sum- missing the doubleheader nightcap against with a two-run single on a flare to left field in
runs in Game 1 were scored on hits to left field, mer. The right-hander out of Saratoga High Santa Cruz. It was for a good cause, as he left the first inning. In the second, Marcelo and
including an RBI double by Laferriere. “But I School has recorded saves in both of them. to umpire a Little League game in San Brandenburg singled to set the table, and
think they learned well enough from the first “He’s good,” Souza said. “He’s impres- Carlos. Had he known how good the hitting Peng produced an RBI single to center before
game, so they were playing a little deeper.” sive. We got lucky with him.” conditions would get in Game 2 though — Mitchell Plane added an RBI groundout.
In the seventh, Reno set the table with a PenCities is on the verge of fielding its the White Sox homered five times in the Nichol — a recent graduate from Aragon
walk and a hit batsman to start the inning. entire roster for the first time this summer. game — he may have stuck around. after three years as a varsity starter — said
But Peng settled in, chewing off the inside Additions this week included leadoff hitter “We only hit one jack in the first game,” the White Sox refocused after scoring just
half of the plate to record three straight Noah Marcello (Serra) and first baseman Kyle Brandenburg said. “Then (after the second one run in Game 1.
strikeouts to end the threat, and the game. Nichol (Aragon), as well as Brandenburg game) when I got a text that they hit five “We know that we’re a good team,” Nichol
Like Brandenburg, Peng is more known returning to the lineup after missing the sec- jakcs, I was like, ‘wow.’” said. “We just had to piece it together. We
for his bat. In fact, the tandem was batting ond game of last Saturday’s doubleheader Facing the Muckdogs was a different beast. know we can hit. We’ve done it before. We
in the No. 3 and 4 spots in the order respec- sweep of the Santa Cruz Warriors. The White Sox totaled 11 hits in Game 2, all just have to keep doing it.”
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in his left wrist that kept him out

GOLF Fleetwood ties Open mark with final-round 63

By Barry Wilner the line I wanted to,” he said. “It was Fleetwood has done well in the
the first part of the season, includ-
ing the Masters.
Dustin Johnson, part of the four-
Continued from page 11 way tie for the lead to start the final
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a little bit slower than I expected. U.S. Open, finishing 27th in
round, couldn’t keep up with one of
“I knew what score it was for. If I 2015 and fourth last year. He tied
mentally, but that’s what I enjoy. I his best friends. Johnson was one
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — could go back, I would give it a lit- for 17th at the Masters in April and
enjoy hard golf courses. I enjoy shot behind at the turn until a trio of
Somehow, tying a U.S. Open tle pace.” then was seventh at The Players
playing about the toughest in golf three-putt bogeys on the back nine.
record with a final-round 63 wasn’t After he missed, one fan yelled Championship.
you are ever going to play.” A birdie on the final hole gave him
totally satisfying for Tommy out: “You still have beautiful hair!” So his resume is solid.
Shinnecock Hills was every bit of an even-par 70 to finish alone in
Fleetwood. referring to Fleetwood’s long locks. And almost had a 62 on it.
that, particularly on Saturday when third and remain No. 1 in the world.
“Yeah,” he said with a laugh, “but With Shinnecock Hills playing “I had chances the last few holes
conditions were so severe that the far easier Sunday than in a brutal to shoot 61 or 62,” he admitted, A year ago, Johnson called him
I wanted 62.”
last 45 players to tee off shot over third round when the USGA con- knowing the record in a major is on the eve of the final round to offer
T h e
par. The USGA conceded the course ceded the course was at points Branden Grace’s 62 at last year’s advice. On Sunday, they were play-
En g l i s h m a n
was over the top and pledged to add unfair, Fleetwood had eight birdies British Open. The others with a 63 ing side by side without exchang-
nearly got it: A
water to slow it down. Fleetwood and one bogey. He finished at 2 at the U.S. Open are Jack Nicklaus ing words, each trying to play a
birdie putt from
raced into U.S. Open history with a over and wound up one shot behind and Tom Weiskopf in the first course that was considerably softer
8 feet on No.
63, without making birdie on the repeat winner Brooks Koepka. round in 1980 at Baltusrol; Vijay than the previous day.
18 broke right
two par 5s and missing an 8-foot and skidded “When you finish, you always Singh in the second round in 2003 “We didn’t really speak too
birdie putt on the final hole. past the hole. feel like you’re going to be a bit at Olympia Fields; and Justin much,” Koepka said. “He was busy
That cost him more than the Still, the short, but we’ll see,” Fleetwood said Thomas last year in the third round grinding his tail off and I was busy
record. It cost him a chance in a Tommy 1 2 t h -ran k ed after finishing long before Koepka. at Erin Hills. grinding mine. We’re extremely
playoff. Fleetwood player in the When second place was secured, Fleetwood is the fifth player to close. I love the guy to death. It
Koepka took a two-shot lead with world had a special achievement he said: “Watching him down the shoot 63 in the final round of a would have been fun to duel it out
a wedge to 3 1/2 feet for birdie on on Sunday. Only five players have stretch, you have nothing but major and not win. He joins Jodie with him coming down the end,
the par-5 16th, allowing him a safe shot 63 in the U.S. Open, and only respect for Brooks and how he Mudd in the 1991 British Open and having to make some putts.”
bogey on the final hole to finish at Johnny Miller in 1963 — when he played it. It was great as a golfer to Li Haotong in the 2017 British Only one of them did. Koepka
1-over 281. It was the first time won the tournament — had done it watch how he did it and how he Open, both at Royal Birkdale; took 14 fewer putts than Johnson
since 2013 at Merion that no one in the fourth round. closed out.” Payne Stewart at the 1993 British on the weekend.
broke par, and it was 13 shots more So Fleetwood knew what that A winner of four tournaments on Open at Royal St. George; and Masters champion Patrick Reed
than his winning score at Erin Hills. last stroke was all about. the European Tour and in his first Brad Faxon at the 1995 PGA flirted with the second leg of the
Curtis Strange, the last player to “The putt, I actually started it on season as a PGA Tour member, Championship at Riviera. Grand Slam. He was tied for the lead
go back-to-back in this major in when he ran off five birdies in his
1988 and 1989, watched the entire Koepka began the back nine with have been a big momentum shift Koepka was finishing up the par-3 opening seven holes. Reed spent
final round as the Fox Sports three pivotal putts — one for there, and we could have been play- seventh. too much time in the high grass on
reporter on the ground, and they birdie, one for bogey, one for par. ing tennis just going back and “The best players in the world are the back nine and closed with a 68
shared a brief hug off the 18th The biggest might have been his forth. To make bogey there was up there trying to win a U.S. Open, to finish fourth.
green. bogey on the nasty little par-3 pretty incredible and I think kind of and watching them down the Americans have won the last five
“Hell of a job,” Strange said to 11th. the reason why we won.” stretch, you’ve got nothing but majors — all of them in their 20s —
him. Koepka pulled a pitching wedge He wasn’t through. He hacked out respect for how well Brooks did, just and Koepka joined an elite group as
Fleetwood was one shot behind to the left, down the slope and into of the hay over the green at No. 12, to hole the putts at the right time,” only the seventh player to go back-
when he finished, and Koepka still thick grass. He chopped that up the pitched beautifully to 7 feet and Fleetwood said. “He kept it togeth- to-back in what is regarded as golf’s
had 11 holes to play as Shinnecock slope with so much speed that it made the par. Two holes later, after er, and he’s a world player. He’s one toughest test. Next up is Pebble
Hills began to get crisp under raced across the green and into the another drive into grass so thick he of the best players in the world. It Beach, and a chance to join Willie
another sunny sky. bunker. He blasted that out to 8 feet wasn’t sure he could get it out, wasn’t great for me, but it was great Anderson as the only player to win
With a putting performance and and made the putt to keep his lead at Koepka rolled in an 8-footer for as a golfer to watch how he did it.” three in a row. Anderson won his
calm demeanor reminiscent of one shot. another par save. Koepka moved to career-best No. third straight in 1905. Ben Hogan
Retief Goosen when he won the pre- “I think that was like making a Fleetwood played with Koepka in 4 in the world with his fifth victory, won three straight that he played,
vious U.S. Open at Shinnecock birdie, maybe even making an the final group last year at Erin this one coming two months after missing in 1949 after nearly get-
Hills, in 2004, the 28-year-old eagle,” he said. “Because it could Hills. He finished his round as he returned following torn tendons ting killed when his car struck a bus.

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of right back Joshua Kimmich’s

World Cup roundup
Brazil draws with Switzerland
MEXICO tendency to go forward.
“We were nervous and we weren’t
playing the game we wanted to
Keys to success
Kimmich’s charging runs far up
the field can be a blessing and a
Mexico could be facing punish-
ment from FIFA after its fans
ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia — Continued from page 11 play,” Loew said. “We need to see curse for Germany. chanted an anti-gay slur.
Brazil joined the list of big teams what caused this.” Lozano reveled in the space left Fans in Mexico use the chant to
struggling to win their opening The Germans are bidding to After Lozano’s goal, Mexico for him on Mexico’s left flank and insult opposing goalkeepers as
matches at the World Cup in Russia. become the first team to retain the goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa was a constant threat on the coun- they take a goal kick. Widely con-
The five-time champions were held World Cup title since Brazil in 1962, pulled off a spectacular save to terattack. Kimmich’s absence sidered a slur, some argue there is
to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland Sunday. but have now won only one of their keep the score even, palming Toni meant Ozil was left trying to stop no discriminatory intent.
Philippe Coutinho gave Brazil last seven games in all competi- Kroos’ shot onto the crossbar. Lozano for Mexico’s opening goal.
the lead in the 20th minute with a tions. They hadn’t lost an opening With key players tiring in the Germany registered 25 shots to Group dynamics
volley that bounced in off the right game since the then-West Germany second half, Mexico pulled back Mexico’s 12, but many were from
post. Steven Zuber then headed in and substituted both Lozano and Mexico still has to play South
fell 2-1 to Algeria in 1982. long range and failed to seriously
the equalizer in the 50th. Mexican Carlos Vela. Germany then domi- Korea and Sweden, which Osorio
Mexico had never beaten Germany test Ochoa. called “a tough nut to crack.”
referee Cesar Ramos dismissed nated but when it broke through
in a competitive match but was
complaints that Zuber had shoved the Mexican defense, the shooting Germany needs points from
defender Miranda before getting to
transformed from the team which
was poor.
Why Chucky? matches against Sweden on
lost to the Germans 4-1 in last year’s
the corner from Xherdan Shaqiri. Seeking defensive reinforce- Lozano’s nickname comes from Saturday and South Korea on June
Confederations Cup, conceding
Argentina was also held to a 1-1 ment, Mexico coach Juan Carlos the haunted doll Chucky in the 27 to avoid elimination.
twice in the opening eight minutes.
draw by Iceland on Saturday and Osorio brought on 39-year-old “Child’s Play” franchise of horror Neuer, who started his first com-
Spain and Portugal played to a 3-3 Lozano, a 22-year-old forward
nicknamed “Chucky,” got Mexico veteran Rafael Marquez to play in movies. petitive game since September,
draw on Friday. his fifth World Cup. said Germany is aware that another
going with a deflected shot over He doesn’t share the doll’s red
the bar in the first minute. That set “You had the feeling that the ball hair, but got the name as a young loss would end its World Cup run.
Serbia beats Costa Rica on FK the tone for Mexico to torment just wouldn’t go in anyhow,” Loew player at Mexican club Pachuca “We’re already in the knockout
SAMARA, Russia — Aleksandar Germany on the counterattack, said. “Everyone’s very disap- when he played pranks by hiding stages,” Neuer said, “because we
Kolarov scored from a left-footed with Lozano taking full advantage pointed.” under teammates’ beds. only have finals now.”
free kick in the 56th minute and
Serbia opened its World Cup with a
Patrick Pemberton. In an instant, always dreamed about, going to a And then it became amplified in a
1-0 victory over Costa Rica Sunday.
After David Guzman was handed a
yellow card, Kolarov curled the ensu-
PANAMA Torres sent Panama to the World Cup
for the first time with his winning
goal — knocking out the U.S. —
World Cup with the First Team. I had
been to World Cups with the youth
teams, and the truth is that my dream
way even Torres could not have
expected. He went from being the
captain of the Los Canaleros, to
ing free kick over the wall. Costa Rica Continued from page 11 and cast himself as an unforgettable is achieved. I think that now instead national hero. On the cusp of
goalkeeper Keylor Navas, who plays figure in his country’s history. of just enjoying it, it is time to work another devastating shortcoming
for Real Madrid, couldn’t reach it. hard and have a good World Cup.” on the soccer field, Torres and his
Serbia, which missed out on the It’s been eight months since that One moment. One shot. A long-
night in Panama City when Torres awaited World Cup appearance that It’s one thing to be a star in a right boot became etched in
2014 tournament, had the early Panamanian history.
advantage in a tough group that became a national hero. Tied 1-1 in begins Monday night on the edge soccer-crazed country. It’s another
includes five-time champion the 88th minute against Costa Rica of the Black Sea with Panama fac- to be responsible for a moment of Just a few years ago, Torres being
Brazil and Switzerland. and in need of a goal to keep its ing Belgium. unbridled joy and euphoria. in that position was in question.
After a scoreless first half, World Cup hopes alive with the “I really enjoy it. I enjoy it Here’s the thing about Torres: he Shortly after his arrival in the
Navas fought off a barrage of chal- United States flopping at Trinidad because it’s a moment that God has was already widely recognizable. United States to join the Seattle
lenges to open the second with the and Tobago, Torres unleashed a gifted me and I am going to enjoy it Whether it’s his stature at 6-foot-2, Sounders in MLS, Torres sustained
boisterous Costa Rican fans cheer- right-foot bolt from 11 yards in to the fullest,” Torres said through his wide grin or his big hair, it was a torn ACL in his left knee and was
ing him on at Samara Arena. front of goal, beating goalkeeper an interpreter. “It’s something that I easy to pick out Torres in a crowd. sidelined for nearly a year.

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My Father’s Day column
T wenty-plus years ago, my daughter insisted on bed-
time stories about Jasper, my first dog. My Father’s
Day column, I offer her this written version. To
begin: I wasn’t allowed pets as a kid, a loss I’ve (over)com-
pensated for, and Jasper was my 21st birthday gift to myself.
A newspaper ad brought me to a farmer’s kitchen upstate New
York where this grunting, wrinkled 7-
week-old hunk climbed onto my lap
and, exhausted by that effort, fell
asleep. We didn’t spend many nights
apart over the next 13 years. 
As a pup, Jasper developed a passion
for squishy things in tubes. He broke
open several bathroom cabinets to
steal toothpaste (best dog breath ever!)
and caused quite a scare after swallow-
ing the contents of my artist-girl-
friend’s tube of blue paint. The vet con-
firmed no toxic ingredients but for days it looked like an
alien with impolite toilet habits landed in our snow-covered
Disney estimates that‘Incredibles 2’earned $180 million in its first weekend in North American theaters — far surpassing industry neighborhood. Speaking of his digestive tract, my parents
didn’t know I’d given up meat when they arrived proffering a
analysts’ loftiest expectations which had the film pegged for a $120 to $140 million debut. 10-pound kosher salami. After some outing, we returned to
my apartment to discover Jasper had chosen against letting

‘Incredibles 2’ breaks animation their gift go unappreciated. The picture of satisfied gluttony
and absolute misery, my 95-pound dog spread across my bed
emitting groans and sulfurous fumes. He slept there for days. I

record with estimated $180M boasted one of the biggest animated

camped out on the couch. Then there was his “rescue” of me
floating in a rubber raft on Russian River, resulting in punc-
tures (raft), drenching (the two of us), and my swimming him
to shore with the mass of rubber still in his teeth.     
By Lindsey Bahr
Jasper and my future wife’s dog Peaches were important to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Top 10 movies openings ever, and picks up right
where the first film left off with the our courtship. Always serious, never one for puppy foolish-
superhero family. Brad Bird returned to ness (except around toothpaste), now geriatric Jasper took to
LOS ANGELES — The combined 1.“Incredibles 2,” $180 million ($51.5 million
Carolyn and her sweet dog like he’d finally found his true
powers of superheroes, the Pixar international). write and direct the sequel, which has
2.“Ocean’s 8,” $19.6 million ($19.3 million been overwhelmingly well-received family. When Jasper died, too soon, Peaches broke our hearts
brand and a draught of family-friendly international). yet again, her head perched on his couch pillow, staring at
films helped “Incredibles 2” become 3.“Tag,” $14.6 million ($1.4 million by both critics and audiences. the space.   He died before you were born, Hannah. He would
the best animated opening of all time, international). “This is one of the biggest over-per- have let you dress him in silly outfits, kiss his silver ears,
the biggest PG-rated launch ever and 4.“Solo: A Star Wars Story,” $9.1 million ($5.2 formances I’ve ever seen, ” said licked toothpaste from your fingers. He would have dreamt of
the eighth highest film launch over- million international). comScore senior media analyst Paul
5.“Deadpool 2,” $8.8 million ($9.8 million protecting you. He would have loved you. Remember his sto-
all. international).
Dergarabedian. “To over-perform by ries.
Disney estimated Sunday that the 6.“Hereditary,” $7 million ($5.7 million $40 million means everyone underes-
film earned $180 million in its first international). timated the power of animation to draw Ken White is the president of the Peninsula Humane
weekend in North American theaters — 7.“Superfly,” $6.3 million. huge audiences.” Society & SPCA.
far surpassing industry analysts’ lofti- 8.“Avengers: Infinity War,” $5.3 million ($3.1 “Incredibles 2” is also the second
million international).
est expectations which had the film 9.“Adrift,”$2.1 million ($453,000 international). biggest ever June debut, behind only
pegged for a $120 to $140 million 10.“Book Club,” $1.9 million ($730,000 “Jurassic World” ($208. 8 million),
debut. international). which has its own sequel preparing to
The previous animation record-hold- take a bite out of the box office when
er was another Pixar sequel, “Finding time and want to see a good movie,” its opens in North America next week-
Dory, ” which had a $135 million said Cathleen Taff, the head of distribu- end.
launch in 2016. It was Disney’s live- tion for Walt Disney Studios. “We had It knocked “Ocean’s 8” to a distant
action “Beauty and the Beast” that held a film that had something for all ages.” second in its second weekend in the-
the record for a PG debut with $174.8 According to Disney, adults made up aters with $19.6 million. “Ocean’s 8”
million in 2017. 31 percent of the audience, families still managed to outdo the non-
“You don’t get to this level of open- accounted for 57 percent and teens 11 “Incredibles” newcomers, like the R-
ing without appealing to everyone percent. rated comedy “Tag,” also a Warner
whether you’re a fan of animation, “Incredibles 2” comes 14 years after Bros. release, which opened in third
superheroes or just out to have a good “The Incredibles,” which at the time place with $14.6 million.

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Jo s eph Bo ndy -Deno my and Teres a

MacLean, of Redwood City, gave birth to a
baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood
City on May 21, 2018.
De’Andre Bel l and Jes s i ca Aqui no ,
of Union City,
gave birth to a
baby girl at
Sequoia Hospital
in Redwood City
on May 24, 2018.
Ral s t o n an d
Chi rs ti na May ,
of San Carlos, gave birth to a baby boy at
Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on May
24, 2018.
Vi neet Rawat and Mandy Herrmann,
of San Carlos, gave birth to a baby girl at
Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on May
25, 2018.
Andrew and Catheri ne Pi nco mbe, of
Menlo Park, gave birth to a baby boy at
Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on May
26, 2018.
Ri c h ard an d Ke l l y True b , of San The Bay Area Dragons held its Bay Area Dragon Boat Novice Race on June 10 at the Leo J. Ryan Park in Foster City.The 300 meter race, for people
Mateo, gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia with little or no experience with dragon boats, takes about two minutes.
Hospital in Redwood City on May 28, KATIE TOYE
2018. San Mateo Elks Lodge donated to
*** College of San Mateo’s Veterans
Dani el and Jes s i ca Jo rg ens en, of Resource and Opportunity Center a
San Carlos, gave birth to a baby girl at much needed whiteboard and
Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on May supplies for vet students. San Mateo
28, 2018. American Legion Auxiliary facilitated
*** the synergistic three-way partnership
Kev i n Wo o dco ck and Ki m Eng i e, of of the Elks, the Auxiliary and VROC in
Redwood City, gave birth to a baby girl at providing our local veterans with
Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on May snacks and refreshments, toiletries,
29, 2018. school supplies and educational
*** opportunities. Pictured are Elks PER
Kel v i n and Janel l e Leung , of Menlo Tom Dasher; CSM VROC Program
Park, gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia Services Coordinator Luis Padilla;
Hospital in Redwood City on May 29, Auxiliary VP Peggy Toye; and Elks
2018. Exalted Ruler Brian Decker.
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licenses, permits and business taxes.

Columnist and Author. 7 p.m. to 8
Continued from page 1
Accounting for just under 28 percent
of the city’s revenue in 2017, the city
logged $10.8 million in sales tax
Make Your Own TV Show Summer p.m. Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian money, an 8.4 percent increase over the
Camp. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Midpen Media Way, Palo Alto. Celebrated science $9.9 million recorded in 2016, accord-
Center, 900 San Antonio Road, Palo journalist Carl Zimmer helps unravel Economic Development and Housing ing to the city’s comprehensive annual
Alto. For kids. Cost is $475. Students some of the deepest mysteries sur- manager, acknowledged last year’s
learn all the skills they need to pro- rounding genetic blueprints and financial report for 2016-17. Officials
duce, direct and star in their own TV traits. fourth-quarter surge was driven by the are predicting city businesses will gen-
shows in our professional studio. For growth in the city’s second-highest erate $10.8 million in sales tax revenue
more information call 494-8686. The Ascent of SFO. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. Menlo Park Main Library, 800 generator of sales tax revenue, its build- in 2018 and $11.3 million in 2020,
Animation and Special Effects Alma St., Menlo Park. For more infor- ing and construction industry. according to an April 27 staff report.
Summer Camp. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. mation call 330-2501.
Midpen Media Center, 900 San
Jumping from $675,834 in the last Though the city has logged surpluses
Antonio Road, Palo Alto. For kids. Cost Learn to Play Bridge this Summer. quarter of 2016 to $818,202 in the same of up to $3 million in recent years, offi-
is $475. Students use industry stan- 6:30 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m. San Mateo period of 2017, the building and con- lot to drag that number down.”
dard animation software to create 2- Senior Center, 2645 Alameda de las Romo said a slate of biotech office cials have set their sights on an effort to
D animations and special effects for Pulgas, San Mateo. Early registration struction industry’s sales tax revenue ask voters whether to increase the city’s
movies. For more information call is encouraged. Registration is growth dwarfed that of the city’s leading projects proposed for the east side are a
494-8686. required. $125 for residents, $153 for sign of growing interest in San Carlos, hotel tax from 10 percent to 12 percent
non-residents. For more information sales tax generator. Garnering more on the November ballot as one among
Get Ready Disaster Preparedness call 522-7409. than $1 million in the fourth quarter of and may bolster the city’s revenue as
Class. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. San they come online. Though the new proj- others that can bolster the city’s ability
Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda Financial Literacy Workshop: 2017, the city’s business and industry to fund projects like sidewalk repairs
de las Pulgas, San Mateo. San Mateo Building a Strong Financial 2. 7 category only grew some $10,000 com- ects are expected to boost sales tax rev-
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Belmont Library, enue, they are also likely to contribute and prepare for an economic downturn.
Fire Department staff will teach how pared to the previous year, according to
to prepare for a disaster. Free. For 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, to the city’s property tax revenue, he Romo said the city’s diversified eco-
more information call 522-7490. Belmont. Learn about the most effec- the report. nomic base has allowed it to weather the
tive and efficient way to build a Romo said new building and construc- said. Depending on how businesses in
Summer Fun for Kids and Canines strong financial future. For more the city make sales on products and most recent recession, and will also
Class. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Peninsula information contact tion suppliers to join the wide array of help stem the effects of the growing
Humane Society and SPCA, 1450 wholesale electric, plumbing, lumber services, the taxable portion of their
Rollins Road, Burlingame. A basic dog revenue may be distributed back to the momentum behind online sales. Though
obedience class for kids ages 8 to 12. Drop-In Audio Recording and and marble businesses, among others, he acknowledged the recent growth in
Vinyl Cutting. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the city has played a role in the city through state and county pools,
$150 cost. For more information call
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de explained Romo. the city’s sales tax revenue is subject to
las Pulgas, Belmont. Use audio
uptick, alongside good weather and a change depending on shifts in the con-
relatively stable housing market buoy- The surge comes at a time when offi-
Bistro Brio LGBTQ Lunch for 55 recording devices to edit sound or
cials have been focused on exploring struction industry, Romo said officials
and Over. Noon. San Mateo County vinyl cut unique art. For more infor- ing construction projects in recent are hopeful an influx of new companies
Pride Center, 1021 S. El Camino Real, mation contact
months. But he said sales receipts new revenue streams and strengthening
San Mateo. Cost is $4. Have lunch and
existing sources. In an April budget dis- into the city will continue its upward
meet other community members Peninsula Rose Society Meeting. across industries in the city have been trajectory.
every third Monday of the month. 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Redwood City
strong as San Carlos has gained recog- cussion, City Manager Jeff Maltbie
For more information and to RSVP Veterans Memorial Senior Center,
pointed to the city’s comparatively low “Of course, building and construction
call 591-0133. 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City. nition as centrally-located hub for is pretty hot at this time,” he said.
Master Rosarian Rose Gilardi pres- building and construction supplies and tax rate at the time of Proposition 13’s
Maturing Gracefully. Noon to 1 p.m. ents how to grow miniature and passage in 1978 as a reason why the “There’s been a lot of new activity in the
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de miniflora roses to use in landscap- the biotech industry. course of the last year and I think that’s
las Pulgas, Belmont. Address dental ing. There will be a raffle for a potted “It’s just been really kind of a positive city has been more reliant on less pre-
issues of aging adults. For more infor- rose and other prizes. Refreshments dictable sources of revenue such as probably a trend that might continue in
mation contact will be served. Free. For more infor- year overall,” he said. “There wasn’t a the near future.”
mation call 595-4402.
Menlo Park Emergency
of Ray Charles, the Beach Boys, Cinema Treasures, a website favored

Preparedness Day. 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 TheatreWork s Silicon Valley
p.m. Little House Activity Center, 800 Presents ‘Native Gardens.’ 7:30 p.m. Johnny Cash and Ella Fitzgerald. by movie house fans, ran a posting
Middle Ave., Menlo Park. For seniors Mountain View Center for the
and individuals with disabilities. Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Even the Three Stooges played the by “Paul in New York” who recounted
Learn how to prepare for a natural Mountain View. Cost $40 to $100, Circle Star. his experience at the Hyatt.
disaster or emergency in your com- savings available for educators, sen- Continued from page 3
munity. Goodie bags for first 100 iors and patrons 35 and under. For Ben Campbell was on the staff when “As a kid, I saw Peter Pan with
guests. For more information contact more information contact boxof- Kathryn Crosby,” he wrote. “It could- sits vacant. the theater opened and worked there
for two years, mainly as a ticket taker n’t compare with the Circle Star in
Cara Black Book Launch Par ty. 3 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 The Circle Star’s run started just a San Carlos.” He noted there was an
p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Belmont Library, Free Pet ‘Fixes.’ 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. month or so after the Hyatt debuted. and usher. Calling the Circle Star
1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Senior Coastsiders, 925 Main St., Half “excellent,” he said he had fond mem- attempt to use part of the building for
Moon Bay. Free spaying and neuter- Circle Star producers Sammy Lewis a movie house and part for theater.
Belmont. Join Cara Black for the
ing clinic hosted by the Peninsula and Danny Dare claimed their $2.5 ories of Nat King Cole, Garland and
launch party of ‘Murder on the Left
Humane Society. Surgery performed Johnny Mathis but felt Tom Jones Calling the result “terrible,” he said
Bank.’ For more information contact
by a licensed vet in an SPCA surgery
million venue was the largest, most he watched the play “Fiddler on the
comfortable, and best equipped the- “was the best.”
vehicle. One pet per family. Cats and Roof” but heard the sound track of the
Spoken Art: Poetry Reading and dogs only. For more information call ater-in-the-round in the nation. Most The Hyatt debuted to less than rave movie “The Poseidon Adventure”
Art R eception. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 340-7022.
Menlo Park Main Library, 800 Alma
importantly, none of the 3,743 seats reviews on Sept. 15, 1964, with creep into the theater.
St., Menlo Park. For more information Make your own T V show! Summer was more than 50 feet from the round, “Flower Drum Song” starring Pat
call 330-2501. Camp. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Midpen Media
rotating stage. There was no worry The Circle Star foreclosed in 1993.
Center, 900 San Antonio Road, Palo Suzuki. One critic compared the per- By then, the San Carlos City Council
Intro to Illustrator. 3 p.m. South San Alto. For kids. Cost is $475. Students about a blocked view. The moving formance to a USO show with a cap-
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. learn all the skills they need to pro- stage had its problems, however. had approved plans to tear down the
duce, direct and star in their own TV titve audience. In addition, the 2,500- theater to make way for office build-
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. In
this session, you will learn to draw shows in our professional studio. For Some stars complained of vertigo or seat facility was lambasted for having
more information call 494-8686. feeling seasick. Singer Emmylou ings. The show house was demolished
objects with the shape and pen “a dangle of microphones” hanging in 1997 in a three-day operation that
tools. For more information call 829- Harris became so disoriented during a
3860. Plus One Group Show. 9 a.m. to 3 over the actors on stage. According to drew what the Redwood City Tribune
p.m. The Main Gallery, 1018 Main St., performance she fell off and landed in the Burlingame Historical Society,
Author Talk : Facebuddha: Redwood City. Opening of ‘Plus One,’
the audience. described as “the curious and senti-
Transcendence in the Age of Social a local artists’ multimedia exhibit. plastic glasses were used to serve beer mental,” among them Doug Caraway,
Networks by Ravi Chandra, M.D. 6 Exhibit will be open Wednesday The Circle Star seemed to have and wine and there was a charge for a former sound man at the Circle Star,
p.m. to 7 p.m. South San Francisco through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
until Sunday, July 29. For more infor- everything going for it when it parking. Other complaints included who was able to salvage a piece of
Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
South San Francisco. Free. For more mation contact opened in October of 1964 with Jane lack of a checkroom for coats, insuffi- dressing room wall on which was
information call 829-3860. Powell starring in “My Fair Lady,” cient drinking facilities and poor air written: “May 1991-Sinatra.”
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more information call 493-2006.
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104 training 110 employment 203 public notices tundra tundra tundra
termS & conditionS fictitiouS buSineSS name
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- Statement #277628
fieds will not be responsible for more The following person is doing business
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- as: Fairytayle Cleaners Co., 617 Mayfair
bility shall be limited to the price of one Avenue, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA
insertion. No allowance will be made for 94080. Registered Owners: Madonna Ei-
errors not materially affecting the value selle Calabia and Carolyn Magalona Cal-
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- abia, same address. The business is
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- conducted by a General Partnership.
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate The registrant commenced to transact
Card. business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Madonna Eiselle Calabia/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
110 employment sor-County Clerk on 5/4/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 6/4/18,
6/11/18, 6/18/18, 6/25/18).

caregiverS fictitiouS buSineSS name

Statement #277697
The following person is doing business
2 years experience as: Oliveira’s Cleaning Service, 94 Nel- over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
required. son Ct, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Regis-
tered Owners: Haldney de Oliveira Bar-
ros and Sirlene Luciano de Oliveira,
same address. The business is conduct-
Immediate placement ed by a General Partnership. The regis-
on all assignments. trants commenced to transact business
under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Haldney Patrick de Oliveira Barros/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
call sor-County Clerk on 5/11/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal 6/11/18,
(650)777-9000 6/18/18, 6/25/18, 7/2/18).

210 lost & found

cryStal cleaning loSt cat. Black and White. Black
patch on right eye. REWARD.
center Call (323) 439-7713.
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neWSpaper internS books
*customer Service JournaliSm 296 appliances 302 antiques 304 furniture
JameS patterSon hardback books.
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terns to do entry level reporting, re- WeStern WaShboard Sales made 100 y/o family heirloom, hand sewn, entertainment center for $50.
friendly, detail oriented, search, updates of our ongoing fea- of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99. Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
nicholaS SparkS hardback books. $75. phone 650-369-2486. (650)556-9708 (650)726-4102
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so welcome.
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communication skills, a eight hours a week for at least four els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. email
desire for steady months. The internship is unpaid, but
employment and intelligent, aggressive and talented in- free Wooden Cabinet 73"Wide,
terns have progressed in time into
the halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
297 bicycles 303 electronics 16"Deep and 29"Wide. Built with 2X6
employment benefits? paid correspondents and full-time re- Lumber. Art at (415)467-7353 Brisbane.
porters. v.logvinov, unuSual Journey to the adult bikeS 1 regular and 2 with bal- antareS dollarS Bill Changer ma-
please call for an Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 chines never used for small bus. $95 glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
(650)992-4544. lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
Appointment: (650)342-6978 College students or recent graduates sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
bmx mongooSe Outer Limit Bike,
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experience is preferred but not neces- looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 blaupunkt am/fm/cd Radio and Re- ikea dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
sarily required. 295 art ceiver with Detachable Face asking 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
child’S SchWinn bicycle, blue in $100. (650)593-4490
groundSperSon needed-65 acre Please send a cover letter describing bruShed finiSh, 15" X 20" frame good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. ikea table, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
holds 18 various size photos. Never kindle fire 8 in. Case and Charger $ 30. (650)598-9804.
private property in Woodside is looking your interest in newspapers, a resume
used. $20. 650-369-2486. girl'S 24" Schwinn bicycle. Good con-
and three recent clips. Before you ap- incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758
for 1 full time person for grounds mainte- ply, you should familiarize yourself
dition. $25 (650) 387-8121 love chair, velour, tan. $45.
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with our publication. Our Web site: 296 appliances neW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
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851-1457 for appointment. SE HABLA $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
card Belmont (650)595-8855 neW deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
ESPANOL. air conditioner 10000 BTU w/re- mes ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Send your information via e-mail to mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Sell! (650) 875-8159. or by reg- onkyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- 298 collectibles Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- 0898 neW tWin Mattress set plus frame
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
$30.00 (650) 347-2356
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted air conditioner, Portable, 14,000
BTU, Commercial Cool model
80’S topS Complete Factory Set All
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. SamSung flat TV 20"
VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544
niagara vibrating Adjustable bed
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
Home CCare
are Jobs SaleS - Telemarketing and Inside Sales
CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
sories plus remote included.
a-team figurineS Plus Jeep $20
(650)591-9769 San Carlos 304 furniture
Representative needed to sell newspa- 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO. office type 34"X 60" heavy solid
(650) 600-8108 per print and web advertising and event
marketing solutions. To apply, please call
(650)345-1835 ginny doll 8" Carhop, uniform &
apron,cap, skates & tray. Original
2 Walnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops wood with formica wood grain top $25
need work but very good cond. $20/ea (650) 787-9753
mail: 650-344-5200 and send resume to coffee maker $15.00 white, Kitchen
Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533-
box.$15. (650)712-1070 (650)952-3466. ornate large bookcaSe: Two
0907 lennox red Rose, Unused, hand painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, antique dining table for six people Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500
asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199.
SaleS/marketing coleman lxe Roadtrip Grill - $12.00. (650) 578 9208. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
Apply online or wwalk-in
Apply alk-in internShipS Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 retro hutch Needs refinishing other-
(650)918-9847 madame alexander Doll 8", Rhett antique mohagany Bookcase. Four
4600 EEll CCamino
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Los Altos
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for ambitious interns who are eager to Butler, white suit, new, never out of box feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. wise good condition. Top detaches from
bottom $25. (650)712-9962
jump into the business arena with both electric Stove From Sears $25, (650)712-1070 armchair good condition $55.
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs Excellent Condition $225 (650)266-3184 SeWing Storage cabinet, Custom
of the newspaper and media industries. Please Call (650)244-9267 miller lite Neon sign , work good made wood perfect condition $75.
This position will provide valuable $59 call (650)218-6528 bedStead Single, poster style, box (650)483-1222
experience for your bright future. hotpoint heavy Duty Dryer excellent spring, mattress available. $40.00.
working condition Burlingame $50 Call Star WarS Action figure: Qui-Gon (650)593-7408 Sofabed, velour, tan, Excellent
Email resume Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10 Dan (408)656-0958 condition. $75. (808)631-1365.
Steve (650)518-6614. beige Sofa $99. Excellent Condition
Day or Night
Night Shifts,
Shifftsts, Immediate
Immediate Placement
Placement maytag WaSher excellent working
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
(650) 315-2319 Solid Wood Dining table with exten-
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience 203 public notices (408)656-0958
299 computers bunk bedS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
sion great piece great condition black
$80 (650)364-5263
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
or current
current CNA Certification;
Certification; fictitiouS buSineSS name mfg h20labS Model 300 exc cond 19" color Monitor with stand VG con-
dition power cord/owners manual includ-
B/O (650)685-2494 Solid Wood Entertainment Center-
Statement #277856 counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
M The following person is doing business ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 commode, good condition. $20 obo.
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
technology as: Flat Top Eats, 1565 El Camino Real room heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- Please call (650)745-6309 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
#601, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. i-pad keyboard. $25.00. (650)588- (925)482-5742
electronic artS, inc, has the fol- 94080. Registered Owners: 1)Christo- (650)952-3500 0842 computer deSk (glass) & chair. Like
lowing job opening(s) in Redwood City, pher Bautista, 1565 El Camino Real new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
CA: recordable cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- table 24"x48" folding legs each end.
#601, S. San Francisco, CA 94080 SeWing machine-royal XL 6000 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
2)Salvador Dubon, 49 East Moltke Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
* Software engineer (rWc715): (650) 578 9208 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
Street, Daly City, CA 94014. The busi- (650)342-8436. computer deSk For sale $99
Contribute to building unified & central- ness is conducted by a General Partner-
ized online commerce pipeline compati- (650)520-4650 three inch egg crate foam twin bed
ship. The registrant commenced to ShoWtime rotiSSerie used once 300 toys mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi-
ble across multiple platforms & devices transact business under the FBN on $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave computer SWivel CHAIR. Padded
for all game teams at company. tion, $20, 650-595-3933
5/29/18. message. Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
/s/Christopher Bautista/ 100 thingS for little children to do on a
* associate animator (rWc134): tWin bed frame-black wrought iron
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Create expressive character animation sor-County Clerk on 5/29/18. (Published room chrome faucet, complete, $10, FREE (650)595-3933
that portrays wide range of emotions. (650)458-3578
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 6/4/18, (650)595-3933 tWin bed, mattress, box spring, frame
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$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 dining table (36"x54") and 4 match- uSed bedroom Furniture, FREE. Call
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for (650)573-7381.
large Stuffed ANIMALS - $3 each $250 .(650)-654-1930.
Wall unit/room Divider. Simple
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 dreSSer 4-draWer in Belmont for lines. Breaks down for transportation.

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original american Girl Doll - Molly, Call (650)678-8585
complete with clothing, accessories, and Walnut cheSt, small (4 drawer with
books $50. (650)515-1931. dreSSer W/mirror & chest, mid- upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
century, blond/tan. Both for $99. Night- White Wicker Armoire, asking $100,
Star WarS Celebration 3 Darth Vader stands also available. SSF. (650)392- great condition, text for picture (650)571-
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WooD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x LoREx 14” B&W Surveillance System uPRiGht Piano. In tune. Fair condi- tuxEDo sizE 40, black, including white WoMan’s sKi Boots, Nordica, size 8
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 $30 (650)592-2047.
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VintaGE LinGERiE Washboard circa WiLson LEathER Lady Jacket. Small, YaMaha RooF RACK, 58 inches $75.
oPEn housE
306 housewares LuGGaGE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite
Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000
1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
strumming $50 (650)369-2486
like new. $45. (808)863-1136. (650)458-3255 ListinGs
WiLson LEathER, burgundy lady jack-
CoMPLEtE sEt OF CHINA - Windsor
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, YaMaha aCoustiC Guitar, model et, Small, like new $45 (808)863-1136 340 Camera & Photo Equip. List your Open House
20-pieces in original box, never used. MaKEs 6"x6" potholders, frame and FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
niKon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel- in the Daily Journal.
$250 per box (3 boxes available). loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933
ziLjian CYMBaLs with stands, 21”
318 sports Equipment lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
(650)342-5630 Reach over 83,450
MEiLinK saFE-FiRE Proof, ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99
(916)826-5964 15 sF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds, oMEGa B600 Condenser Enlarger, In- potential home buyers &
CRYstaL (LEaDED glass) lamp $30. 50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 (415)309-3892 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- renters a day,
Can send picture. (650)464-7860 each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
312 Pets & animals from South San Francisco
juLisKa hanD-CRaFtED 6 7/16"
plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00 nEGRini FEnCinG Epee mask size M BoW FLEx Max Trainer M-3-Very Good ViVitaR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and to Palo Alto.
aiRLinE CaRRiER for cats, pur. from Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
(650)344-4756 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call $1200 asking $800 Call Michael (650)583-6636 in your local newspaper.
(505)228-1480 local. (650)784-1061.
LaCE taBLECLoth. 84" x 64". Like Call (650)344-5200
new and lovely. Rarely used. $35. San RooF RaCK FOR VAN / ALUMINUM
onE KEnnEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- CaMPinG BED, inflatable. "Lazy sofa". 345 Medical Equipment
Bruno. (650)794-0839 BOX $90 (650)948-4895
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. Like new. $15.00 (650)588-0842
(650)593-2066 aDjustaBLE Bath shower transfer
sinK DouBLE cast iron. Good condi- saMsonitE 26" tan hard-sided suit bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. CaMPinG tEnt, pop up sleeps 2-3
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 "Quechua, Fresh Black. Co. Waterproof.
$45. (650)328-6709 PaRRot CaGE, Steel, Large - approx
Like new. $70.00 (650)588-0842 DRiVE 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- 440 apartments
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
308 tools siLK saREE 6 yards new nice color.for offer. (650)245-4084 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- CoMPEtitoR WEiGht BenchNever (510)770-1976
used Still in box. $35.00 (650)593-1261 Apts. Prime Locations, Quiet Buildings.
antiquE iRon Hand Drills. 3 available formation. PEt CaRRiER for small dog or cat in ex- Clean & Updated units. No Smoking, No
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- DRiVE DELuxE two button walker $10
Easton aLuMinuM bat.33 inches, 30 (510)770-1976 Pets, No Housing Vouchers. $2,100 &
sinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, 6059 oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 up. Call (650)593-8254.
BRiGGs & Stratton Lawn Mower with $15.00 (650)544-5306 hoMEDiCs DuaL Shiatsu Massage
Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. PEt taxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux EVERLast 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
(650)771-6324. sLR LEns Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 470 Rooms
Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 $25. Call (650)349-6059. MEDLinE ExCEL K1 Wheelchair fold-
CRaFtsMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" GoLF BaG travel protector, black, $5; down back 18” desk length elevating leg
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 sLR LEns Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 hiP housinG
316 Clothes (650)591-9769 rests $50 (510)770-1976 Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
shoPsMith MaRK V 50th Anniversary GoLF BaLLs, good condition, 100 for San Mateo County
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. tRain-CoLoR PRint by John Hugh
Coker $50 Call (650)344-4756
5 BoxEs male & female square dance $10; (650)591-9769 Garage sales (650)348-6660
(650)504-0585 clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439. GoLF CLuBs {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all--
VintaGE CRaFtsMan Jig Saw. Circa uniDEn haRLEY Davidson Gas Tank $90.00 (650)341-8342
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 515 office space
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
VintaGE shoPsMith and BanD 311 Musical instruments
BEautiFuL siLVER clutch evening
bag. Never used. $20 (650)794-0839 GoLF CLuBs, used set with Cart for
$50. (650)593-4490
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saW, good shape. $300/obo. Call
(650)342-6993 1929 antiquE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
Box oF used men's Levi's and misc.
jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition GuthY-REnKER PoWER Rider,Ever-
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
EstatE saLEs -ViRtuaL oFFiCEs-
$59 - $150
ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call (650)589-0764
(650)742-6776. erciser $20 (510)770-1976 *Business Internet *Phone Answering
DaWGs BRanD Kaymann black and Make money, make room! *Conference Rooms *Offices
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volts $199.00 (650)948-4895 cellent condition. $95. San Bruno.
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
(650)794-0839 List your upcoming (650) 373-2000
309 office Equipment Faux FuR Coat Woman's brown multi
garage sale, Bay area Executive offices
color in excellent condition 3/4 hEaLthRiDER (oRiGinaL 90's equip-
length $50 (650)692-8012 ment). Good condition. $25 (650) 387-
LaPtoP CasE or bag. Black. Like new.
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
EPiPhonE LEs Paul 100th
Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. 8121 moving sale,
310 Misc. For sale
Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469 GEnuinE LaDiEs Mink Fur Jacket,
$50.00 Call: (650)368-0748. MEn's RossiGnoL Skis. $95.00, estate sale, 620 automobiles
FEnDER MustanG I guitar amplifier good condition, (650)341-0282.
500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint, 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover. GoLF shoEs, FootJoy, black & white yard sale, 1986 MERCEDEz 420 SEL 4-dr Black
$80. (650)421-5469 saddle, 91/2, good condition, $5; onE DozEn Official League Diamond
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
(650)591-9769 Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger rummage sale, 103k miles $5,000-Don (415)309-3892
FEnDER MustanG ll guitar amplifier (650)771-6324.
BEssY sMaLL Evening Hand Bag With
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
$130.00 (650)421-5469
KaYano MEn’s Running shoes size 11 clearance sale, or
PRinCE tEnnis 2 section nylon black
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aspects of the project also required use of spe- working to more than double the capacity of a chance to people to get out on the water-

Continued from page 1
cialized equipment or techniques, noting the
contractor the county hired to work on the
bridge improvements was not permitted to
the spillway in compliance with new state
and federal standards, a project completed in
2012 to the tune of $35 million, according to
Acknowledging the challenge of maintain-
ing the water quality even with more visitors
use a barge to build the bridge and instead the utility. Tourel said coordinating between to the area, Ramirez said the utility would
worked on the project from either side of the the different agencies involved in the pro- work with county parks officials on an ongo-
Springs Reservoir meets the San Mateo dam. ject’s many components — which also ing basis to ensure those using the trails are
Creek, especially since the reconstruction But it hasn’t just been the intricacy of the includes an effort currently underway on staying on them and enjoying the views from
has led to a yearslong closure of this section project that’s extended its timeline. Tourel PG&E’s part to relocate high-voltage trans- a distance. With 430,000 people visiting the
of Highway 35, also known as Skyline said a series of delays — including efforts to mission lines previously supported by tow- Crystal Springs Regional Trail each year,
Boulevard. protect threatened species such as the ers placed on either side of the bridge to officials are eager to complete a gap in the
Now that they are starting to lay plans for California red-legged frog, a temporary freez- another location under the bridge — has regional trail just south of the bridge, said
the last few components of the project, Tourel ing of federal funding behind the project and required they space their work out so only one County Parks spokeswoman Carla Schoof.
said it’s been gratifying for those involved in design changes prompted by discovery the group is working on the area at a time. Expected to cost an estimated $1 million,
coordinating the multi-faceted project over actual dam extended further under the road Tim Ramirez, the SFPUC’s director of natu- officials are hoping to start and finish the
the years to see it near completion. than was originally believed — have con- ral resources and lands management, said he segment in 2019 after they select a contractor
“It’s kind of surreal for all of the folks tributed to the project’s timeline. is looking forward to the opportunities pre- later this year, said Schoof, who confirmed a
involved,” he said. “It’s been out there for so
Charged with reinstating the road atop the sented by the project’s proximity to the some 0.93-milelong connector trail south of State
many years.”
spillway, realigning the approaches and cre- 15 miles of recreational trail included in the Route 92 is still in the works due to the pres-
Tourel said the lengthy timeline for the
ating the new route about 9 feet higher than Crystal Springs Regional Trail, expected to ence of the California red-legged frog, which
project has less to do with the bridge’s length
before, county officials have been focused on extend another two miles to connect San is a threatened species, and because funding
and more to do with its unique location on top
improving passage on the bridge, which will Bruno to Woodside. In bringing more visi- has yet to be identified for it.
of a dam connected by miles of tunnels to the
include a new 15-foot-wide pedestrian trail tors to the watershed and engaging in efforts Though several items have yet to be
Hetch Hetchy Reservoir. To ensure no debris
safely protected from two lanes of vehicular to protect native thistle and other wildlife checked off planners’ lists before they can
falls into a critical piece of the region’s water
traffic, said Tourel. With a price tag of more near the San Mateo Creek, Ramirez said he open the trail, Schoof said they’re looking
infrastructure, Tourel said close coordination
than $13 million, not including design costs, expects public education opportunities to forward to spreading the word once it’s com-
between the San Francisco Public Utilities
the bridge is largely complete with minor continue to open up alongside the well-used plete.
Commission, which owns and operates the
projects like restriping the road remaining. trail. “I definitely feel that like there is anticipa-
dam, PG&E and the county’s Public Works
and Parks departments was required. He added Before work on the bridge could start, coun- “It’s extremely popular with the communi- tion for this to be done and for people to have
ty planners coordinated with SFPUC officials ty locally,” he said. “That’s great because it’s access to the trail,” she said.

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aspects of the projerct also required use of working to more than double the capacity of a chance to people to get out on the water-

Continued from page 1
specialized equipment or techniques, noting
the contractor the county hired to work on the
bridge improvements was not permitted to
the spillway in compliance with new state
and federal standards, a project completed in
2012 to the tune of $35 million, according to
Acknowledging the challenge of maintain-
ing the water quality even with more visitors
use a barge to build the bridge and instead the utility. Tourel said coordinating between to the area, Ramirez said the utility would
worked on the project from either side of the the different agencies involved in the pro- work with county parks officials on an ongo-
Springs Reservoir meets the San Mateo dam. ject’s many components — which also ing basis to ensure those using the trails are
Creek, especially since the reconstruction But it hasn’t just been the intricacy of the includes an effort currently underway on staying on them and enjoying the views from
has led to a yearslong closure of this section project that’s extended its timeline. Tourel PG&E’s part to relocate high-voltage trans- a distance. With 430,000 people visiting the
of Highway 35, also known as Skyline said a series of delays — including efforts to mission lines previously supported by tow- Crystal Springs Regional Trail each year,
Boulevard. protect threatened species such as the ers placed on either side of the bridge to officials are eager to complete a gap in the
Now that they are starting to lay plans for California red-legged frog, a temporary freez- another location under the bridge — has regional trail just south of the bridge, said
the last few components of the project, Tourel ing of federal funding behind the project and required they space their work out so only one County Parks spokeswoman Carla Schoof.
said it’s been gratifying for those involved in design changes prompted by discovery the group is working on the area at a time. Expected to cost an estimated $1 million,
coordinating the multi-faceted project over actual dam extended further under the road Tim Ramirez, the SFPUC’s director of natu- officials are hoping to start and finish the
the years to see it near completion. than was originally believed — have con- ral resources and lands management, said he segment in 2019 after they select a contractor
“It’s kind of surreal for all of the folks tributed to the project’s timeline. is looking forward to the opportunities pre- later this year, said Schoof, who confirmed a
involved,” he said. “It’s been out there for so
Charged with reinstating the road atop the sented by the project’s proximity to the some 0.93-milelong connector trail south of State
many years.”
spillway, realigning the approaches and cre- 15 miles of recreational trail included in the Route 92 is still in the works due to the pres-
Tourel said the lengthy timeline for the
ating the new route about 9 feet higher than Crystal Springs Regional Trail, expected to ence of the California red-legged frog, which
project has less to do with the bridge’s length
before, county officials have been focused on extend another two miles to connect San is a threatened species, and because funding
and more to do with its unique location on top
improving passage on the bridge, which will Bruno to Woodside. In bringing more visi- has yet to be identified for it.
of a dam connected by miles of tunnels to the
include a new 15-foot-wide pedestrian trail tors to the watershed and engaging in efforts Though several items have yet to be
Hetch Hetchy Reservoir. To ensure no debris
safely protected from two lanes of vehicular to protect native thistle and other wildlife checked off planners’ lists before they can
falls into a critical piece of the region’s water
traffic, said Tourel. With a price tag of more near the San Mateo Creek, Ramirez said he open the trail, Schoof said they’re looking
infrastructure, Tourel said close coordination
than $13 million, not including design costs, expects public education opportunities to forward to spreading the word once it’s com-
between the San Francisco Public Utilities
the bridge is largely complete with minor continue to open up alongside the well-used plete.
Commission, which owns and operates the
projects like restriping the road remaining. trail. “I definitely feel that like there is anticipa-
dam, PG&E and the county’s Public Works
and Parks departments was required. He added Before work on the bridge could start, coun- “It’s extremely popular with the communi- tion for this to be done and for people to have
ty planners coordinated with SFPUC officials ty locally,” he said. “That’s great because it’s access to the trail,” she said.

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