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Rising through the ranks


Local high school juniors reach highest rank in Naval Sea Cadet Corps
By Zachary Clark years ago when they were in the the Peninsula Boy Scout Band but
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF eighth-grade. Only 2 percent of cadets retired Navy captain Timothy Cogan
ever achieve the rank of chief, and the suggested they become a Sea Cadet
After years of training, drills and ones who do don’t typically qualify band and it was commissioned in
qualifying exams, Aragon High until senior year. 2013. The Sea Cadet Corps is a nation-
School juniors Samantha Wen and Wen and Ghaddar’s achievement is al organization chartered by Congress
Jenna Ghaddar will be pinned Saturday also noteworthy as female cadets are and receives grant funding to support
as chief petty officers in the U.S. underrepresented in the national pro- its various training and leadership pro-
Naval Sea Cadet Corps. gram. grams. Students go through basic
Members of the Corps’ Band of the “As females, I want to inspire other training at the Marine Corps’ Camp
West Division — the only Sea Cadet young women to become chief, ” Pendleton in Oceanside or the Army’s MIKE WYR
band in the country — Wen and Ghaddar said. Samantha Wen, left, and Jenna Ghaddar, center, rehearse for
Ghaddar both joined the program three The band had originally formed as See CADETS, Page 24 the inspection, performance and rank promotion ceremony.

Wages up
by most in
eight years
U.S. adds a robust 200,000 jobs
By Christopher Rugaber Inside
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — U.S. employers


added a robust 200, 000 jobs in
January, and wages rose at the fastest
pace in more than eight years, encour- Stocks swoon,
aging trends that suggest that the sending Dow down
economy may accelerate this year. more than 650 points
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL The unemployment rate remained
Peninsula residents came prepared with questions about how the new GOP tax plan would affect them at a Thursday town See page 10
4.1 percent, the lowest level since
hall aimed at informing residents about the new plan and related state bills, hosted by U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo. 2000, the Labor Department said in its
Below: From left: U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo, IRS spokesman Paul Axelson, state Sen. Jerry Hill, Assemblyman Kevin monthly jobs report Friday.
Mullin, D-South San Francisco, and tax attorney and CPA Russ Stanaland shed light on the new GOP tax plan and how it The pay gains show that employers are increasingly com-
might affect Peninsula residents. peting for a narrower pool of workers with the U.S. expan-
sion now in its ninth year. Raises stemming from

Tax cuts spur concerns about Republican tax cuts and minimum wage increases in 18
See ECONOMY, Page 18

deductions and entitlements Former band teacher gets


Speier, state legislators scope new GOP tax plan, state bills in town hall
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
two years jail for sex assault
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
In an effort to inform Peninsula residents about the
recently-passed GOP tax plan and field questions, U.S. Rep.
Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo held a town hall Thursday, A 60-year-old former band teacher who
allaying concerns about how cuts to go into effect in next pleaded no contest to three felony
year’s tax season could affect returns and funding for social charges of unlawful sexual intercourse
services. with a minor for sexually assaulting a
Dozens of residents filled the College of San Mateo’s Mills High School student in 2008 and
main theater with questions ranging from whether cuts 2009 was sentenced to two years county
would be made to entitlements like Medicare and Social jail and five years of probation Friday, Ken Crowell
Security now that the plan is in place to how changes in the according to the San Mateo County

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Thought for the Day


“Your friend
will argue with you.”
— Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Russian writer

This Day in History


During World War II, the U.S. trans-

1943 port ship SS Dorchester, which was


carrying troops to Greenland, sank
after being hit by a German torpedo
in the Labrador Sea; of the more than
900 men aboard, only some 230 survived.
In  1 6 9 0 , the first paper money in America was issued by
the Massachusetts Bay Colony to finance a military expedi-
tion to Canada.
In  1 7 8 3 , Spain formally recognized American independ-
ence.
In  1 9 1 3 , the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,
providing for a federal income tax, was ratified.
In  1 9 1 7 , the United States broke off diplomatic relations
with Germany, the same day an American cargo ship, the SS
Housatonic, was sunk by a U-boat off Britain after the crew
was allowed to board lifeboats.
In  1 9 1 8 , actor-comedian Joey Bishop, a member of
Hollywood’s legendary “Rat Pack, ” was born Joseph
Abraham Gottlieb in the Bronx, New York.
In 1 9 2 4 , the 28th president of the United States, Woodrow
Wilson, died in Washington, D.C., at age 67. On Thursday, seniors plus members of the freshman, JV and varsity football teams at Serra High School sent a ‘Go Pats’ message
In  1 9 3 0 , the chief justice of the United States, William to Tom Brady.
Howard Taft, resigned for health reasons. (He died just over
a month later.) From 1940 to 1975, the average cellphone. Other blunders to avoid dur-
In  1 9 5 9 , rock-and-roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens height of Americans increased by more ing a job interview are arriving late,
and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson died in a small plane than three inches. dressing inappropriately and biting
crash near Clear Lake, Iowa. An American Airlines Lockheed *** your nails.
Electra crashed into New York’s East River, killing 65 of the Clarence Birdseye (1886-1956) was a
73 people on board. man ahead of his time. He created the ***
In  1 9 6 6 , the Soviet probe Luna 9 became the first man- technology of frozen food in 1924.
made object to make a soft landing on the moon. Freezers in the home became commer- The object of the 1981 video game
In   1 9 7 2 , the XI Olympic Winter Games opened in cially available in 1940. “Frogger” is to guide frogs safely
Sapporo, Japan. *** across the highway through traffic and
Farrah Fawcett (1947-2009) was the across a river full of alligators. The
most popular pin-up in the mid-1970s game was originally going to be titled
Birthdays n “I Love Lucy” (1951-1957) when her poster sold more than 8 mil-
“Highway Crossing Frog.”
Ricky Ricardo was the band lion copies. Do
Oyou remember
leader at the Tropicana Club. color of Farrah’s bathing suit in the
During the sixth season of the show, famous poster? Do you remember
the

what
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Chinese philosophy says that all
Ricky purchases the Tropicana Club television show launched her acting things in the universe depend on the
and renames it Club Babalu. career? See answer at end. interaction of opposing but comple-
*** *** mentary forces; yin and yang. Yin is
The first Hard Rock Cafe opened in Some insurance companies are refus- the passive, negative force, while
London in 1971. ing to give homeowners insurance to
yang is the active, positive force.
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Actress Morgan Actor Nathan Lane Actress Maura The first corporation in the world to dogs. The most common dogs that ***
Fairchild is 68. is 62. Tierney is 53. have more than 1 million stockholders raise liability and are therefore “black-
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Former Sen. Paul Sarbanes, D-Md., is 85. Football Hall of *** chows. suit in the poster. She starred as Jill
Famer Fran Tarkenton is 78. Actress Bridget Hanley is 77. French movie director Roger Vadim *** Munroe in the first season of
Actress Blythe Danner is 75. Singer Dennis Edwards is 75. (1928-2000) was the author of the The country with the highest divorce “Charlie’s Angels” (1976-1981). Prior
Football Hall of Famer Bob Griese is 73. Singer-guitarist 1986 book titled “ My Life with the rate is Belgium where 59.8 percent of to show business, Fawcett was v oted
Dave Davies (The Kinks) is 71. Singer Melanie is 71. Actress Three Most Beautiful Women in the marriages end in divorce. Libya has “most beautiful” by her classmates at
Pamela Franklin is 68. Rock musician Lee Ranaldo (Sonic World. ” The women were Brigitte the lowest divorce rate with 0.24 mar- WB Ray High School in Corpus
Youth) is 62. Actor Thomas Calabro is 59. Rock Bardot (born 1934), Catherine riages per 1000 ending in divorce. Christi, Tex as.
musician/author Lol Tolhurst (The Cure) is 59. Actor-director Deneuve (born 1943) and Jane Fonda ***
Keith Gordon is 57. Actress Michele Greene is 56. Country (born 1937). In the movie “Revenge of the Nerds,”
singer Matraca Berg is 54. Actor Warwick Davis is 48. Actress *** (1984) the nerds formed their own fra-
Elisa Donovan is 47. Reggaeton singer Daddy Yankee is 42. The winner of the annual Indianapolis ternity called Lambda Lambda Lambda. Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
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rights activist Amal Clooney is 40. Singer-songwriter Jessica Warner Trophy. The 5 foot 4 inch tro- According to a career search website, Questions? Comments? Email
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Caltrain board weighs bicycle community concerns Police reports
By Zachary Clark lion modernization program. Brinkman echoed the need for increased Stationary
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Bicycle advocates dominated the public security, but also suggested the current car A vehicle had been parked for more than
comment period of the meeting, concerned design might be too bike-focused moving one month on Pensacola Street in
In a nod to cycling commuters concerned primarily that limited seating in the bicycle forward. Foster City, it was reported at 8:38 a.m.
about bike theft, Caltrain officials appear to cars would prevent them from sitting near and “I’ve never seen a train in the world that Tuesday, Jan. 29.
be willing to address concerns about the keeping watch over their bikes. carries this many bikes,” she said. “With
designs of the rail agency’s new bicycle cars The board made no promises to the con- increased access to bike share, we may be
once the system is electrified —  slated for cerned bicycle advocates, but at least one looking at peak bike right now.” FOSTER CITY
2021. member confirmed the design is far from set Caltrain currently carries 60,000 passen-
At a Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board in stone. gers a day, and more than 6,000 of them carry Grand theft. A suspect stole various items
meeting Thursday, Caltrain officials were met “We have thinking to do on this,” board bikes. from an unlocked vehicle on Winchester
by bicycle commuters who believe a pro- member Cheryl Brinkman said in response to The Peninsula Corridor Electrification Court, it was reported at 7:38 a.m. Thursday,
posed design for the new rail cars with bicy- concerns about bike theft. “There’s a sketch Project has been decades in the making and Feb. 1.
cles separated from riders would invite theft. plan here, but many details left to be worked will electrify by early 2021, 51 miles of track Hi t-and-run. Someone was struck by a
Caltrain plans to offer two dedicated bike out.” between San Francisco to San Jose, though vehicle while walking in a crosswalk on
cars per train, with bike storage on the lowest Some board members offered alternative the rail line runs to Gilroy. That means 75 marlin Avenue and Foster City Boulevard, it
of three levels. The proposed design includes methods for protecting bikes, including percent of Caltrain’s diesel locomotives will was reported at 5:43 p.m. Wednesday, Jan.
36 bike racks in the lower level of the car, increased video surveillance and police pres- be replaced with faster electric trains capable 31.
accompanied by three folding seats, which ence. of transporting more passengers through the Heal th and s afety co de v i o l ati o n. A
are meant to share the space with wheel- Board members Cindy Chavez and Charles backbone of Silicon Valley. Construction is resident of San Jose was cited and released
chairs. Each bike car will also be equipped Stone agreed that potential technological currently underway and by 2040, improve- for driving on a suspended license, posses-
with security cameras. innovations could somehow be used to com- ments to the system are expected to reduce sion of drug paraphernalia and being under
“This (design) is a recipe for passenger con- bat bike theft. 176,000 metric tons of carbon emissions the influence of controlled substance on
flict,” said Shirley Johnson, one of 10 bicy- But bicycle advocates maintain increased annually as well as slash 619,000 vehicle Foster City Boulevard, it was reported at
cling advocates who spoke at the meeting. seating is the only really effective way to pre- miles through the faster and quieter electric 3:05 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31.
“You can’t see your bike. This is a thief mag- vent theft. trains running more frequently. The project
net.” “Any other solution to bike theft should be has also been touted as a means to addressing SAN CARLOS
During the meeting, staff presented the lat- in addition to more seats,” Johnson said. “It’s regional traffic congestion by expanding
est design proposal for Caltrain’s electric eyes on property that keep people from steal- capacity from its current 65,000 weekday rid- Po s s e s s i o n. A transient was cited and
fleet, which will debut as part of the $2 bil- ing.” ers to 110,000 passengers. released for driving without a license and
being in possession of unlawful parapherna-
the crosswalk, according to police. lia on El Camino Real, it was reported at
Caltrans adds pedestrian Local brief 3:03 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20.
Enforcement can occur when a driver fails
beacon to San Mateo The pedestrian hybrid beacon signal starts to come to a stop for a solid red light or if a Sus pended l i cens e. A man was cited for
driver fails to stop for the alternating red driving with a suspended license on El
A pedestrian beacon at 22nd Avenue and El dark. Traffic is free to move until a pedestri- Camino Real and Howard Avenue, it was
Camino Real in San Mateo has been added to an presses the button to cross. When the lights. There is no violation if once the red
lights begin alternating and a driver comes reported at 2:22 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20.
several other similar mechanisms through- pedestrian activates the signal, approaching
to a complete stop and then proceeds Arres t. A San Carlos man was arrested for
out the county by Caltrans, according to San cars will see a flashing yellow light. The
through the intersection when it is safe to do driving under the influence of alcohol on
Mateo police. signal will change to a solid yellow, indicat-
ing that drivers must slow down and prepare so. Flashing/alternating red lights are to be Brittan Avenue and El Camino Real, it was
A pedestrian hybrid beacon is a special to stop. The signal will then change to a treated like a stop sign, according to police. reported at 11:20 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19.
type of beacon used to warn and control traf- double, solid red, indicating to drivers that
fic at an unsignalized location to assist they must stop. The pedestrian will then be
pedestrians in crossing a street or highway allowed to cross the street. When the signal
at a marked crosswalk. Pedestrian hybrid begins flashing with alternating red lights,
beacons lead to a 69 percent decrease in acci- all vehicles must come to a complete stop,
dents involving pedestrians, according to but may proceed if there are no pedestrians in
Caltrans.

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Women get jail, probation for Local briefs
late-night theft at Burlingame hotel
The man allegedly called the police and fol-
Two women arrested for robbing a man who lowed them into the hotel parking lot, where
had allegedly bought them dinner and drinks they hit him in the head, according to prose-
at a Burlingame hotel bar cutors.
in October pleaded no Police allegedly found the women minutes
contest to felony grand later about a block away from the hotel with
theft from a person the man’s possessions, according to prosecu-
Friday, according to the tors.
San Mateo County Steffan’s defense attorney Mark Camperi
District Attorney’s Office. said the district attorney did an excellent job
Alexandria Czap, 27, and handled the case professionally. Czap’s
and Kristen Steffan, 29, defense attorney Ross Green could not be
Alexandria both residents of immediately reached for comment.
Sacramento, were sen-
Czap tenced to 90 days in coun- Man arrested in stolen HEATHER PETERS
ty jail and three years of
supervised probation car for Burlingame thefts Workers try to right a crashed big-rig on State Route 92 Friday.
Friday. They will receive A Burlingame man was arrested Wednesday Couple robbed in Big-rig crash closes
one day credit for time after allegedly being found in San Mateo with
served, according to pros- stolen items in a stolen car, according to pancake house parking lot State Route 92 west of Skyline
ecutors. police. Two out-of-state people were robbed in the All westbound lanes of State Route 92
On Oct. 23, Czap and At approximately 11:15 a.m., a parking lot of the Millbrae Pancake House were closed for an extended period of time
Steffan allegedly Burlingame resident reported his backpack Friday afternoon, according to the San Mateo Friday due to a overturned big-rig east of
approached the 60-year- containing a laptop computer was stolen County Sheriff’s Office. Half Moon Bay, according to a California
Kristen Steffan old man while he was hav- from his unlocked vehicle. He was able to At approximately 1:20 p.m., the male vic- Highway Patrol spokesman.
ing a drink at the Hyatt tim was approached at the restaurant at 1301
Regency hotel in Burlingame. They allegedly track his property to the area of the Woodlake CHP Officer Art Montiel said that after
Shopping Center in San Mateo, just south of El Camino Real by two unknown suspects
convinced him to buy them drinks and dinner, with their faces covered and they stole items diverting drivers to both upper and lower
and soon after Czap allegedly suggested they the Burlingame border. Burlingame officers Highway 35 to try and ease the strains of
at gunpoint. They left north on Broadway in
go up to the man’s hotel room to have fun, responded to the shopping center and located a dark sedan, according to the Sheriff’s built-up traffic, tow trucks cleared out all
according to prosecutors. Cristian Gutierez, 18, of San Mateo, inside a Office. the debris.
After they arrived at the man’s hotel room, stolen vehicle with the laptop and other Sheriff’s deputies responded and canvassed CHP received the call at 7:38 a.m. that a
the women allegedly said they were ladies of property, according to police. the area but were unable to locate the suspect large recycling truck had rolled over just
the night and demanded $500 in cash from Police also found property stolen from vehicle. The couple was not injured and the east of Skyline Boulevard, Montiel said.
him, according to prosecutors. The man other unlocked cars belonging to Burlingame investigation is ongoing, according to the After arriving, officers provided one-way
allegedly said he didn’t have that kind of residents. Gutierez was arrested for grand Sheriff’s Office. traffic control. It took a few hours for tow
money, but after Czap allegedly pushed him theft, possession of a stolen vehicle, and Anyone with information about this inci- trucks to successfully clear the area because
on the shoulder, he said he had $120 in cash possession of stolen property, and was later dent is asked to contact San Mateo County
transported to San Mateo County Jail in the truck was fully loaded, the spokesman
and could get more, according to prosecutors. Sheriff’s Detective G. Chaghouri at (650)
Redwood City, according to police. 363-4060 or via email at gchaghouri@smc- said.
The pair allegedly took the man’s $120 in
cash, as well as his wallet, keys, phone and Police warn of a recent surge of thefts from gov.org or utilize the San Mateo County Montiel said there were significant
laptop, and said he shouldn’t come after them unlocked vehicles, specifically in residential Sheriff’s Office Anonymous Tip Line at (800) delays while crews worked to get the truck
or they would send someone to mess him up. neighborhoods. 547-2700. upright and clear the scene.

CITY opment, which included an automated Obituary


mechanical puzzle parking system, saying
GOVERNMENT it wasn’t appropriate for the neighbor-
Stephen Robert Pearl
• The San Mateo hood. The council will also hold a study April 20, 1941 - January 14, 2018
Ci ty Co unci l will session on the effect of recent state legis- Stephen (Steve) Robert Pearl died January 14, 2018 after a short illness. He was born
hold a public hear- lation regarding housing, review a draft to Archie and Rose Pearl in San Mateo in 1941 and lived in the area until the time of his
ing Monday to hear strategic plan and City Council priorities death. He graduated from Hillsdale High School in 1959 as a member of the school’s
an appeal of the for the next fiscal year and consider an first 4-year graduating class and later attended San Francisco State University. He joined
P l a n n i n g extension of Meas ure P General Pl an Pearl Processing, the photo restoration business his father founded.
Co mmi s s i o n ’s 3-1 denial, with one Steve liked speed and adventure. As a younger man, he enjoyed making model
Po l i ci es .
commissioner absent, of a proposed four- airplanes and later began flying radio-controlled airplanes. He loved taking his wife,
story, 10-unit condominium development The study session begins 5:30 p.m. and Marilyn, on weekend getaways to Tahoe in his 1965 Corvette. At 59, he took up street
at 4 Santa Inez Ave. the regular meeting is at 7 p.m. at City luge, a variation on the Olympic sport, ice luge. He loved the thrill of the sport and
Residents had spoken against the devel- Hall, 330 W. 20th Ave., San Mateo. eventually founded Wild Fro Racing, a street luge school once featured on “Bay Area
Backroads”. His goal was to bring street luge to more people and share his joy. At 60,
became the world’s oldest competitive street luger. He called it, “A tremendous sport.”
At 62 he suffered a spinal cord injury in a street luge race in San Francisco. Despite his
Obituary
injury, he always kept a positive attitude and was a pleasure to be around.
DINA BERNARDINI He loved spending time with his family and was a loyal fan to the 49ers, Giants and
Warriors. He is remembered as kind, loving, intelligent, funny and adventurous. Steve
April 9, 1927 - January 30, 2018 is survived by his wife, Marilyn; brother, Norton; daughter, Jennifer; and son David; all
Now at one with God and reunited with her beloved husband, of whom reside in the San Mateo area. A memorial service will be held on February 3,
Dina Bernardini passed away peacefully at home on January 2018 at 3pm at the San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas.
30, 2018. She was born on April 9, 1927, the only child of the
late Ugolina and Gesualdo Del Chiaro, who had immigrated to
San Francisco from Tuscany. Like many Italian-Americans of Obituary
her generation, she was raised in San Francisco’s North Beach
district. She graduated from Galileo High School in 1945 after Marva Louise McAdoo
which she worked for several years at the American Express Company. In 1948 she
married the love of her life, Elio (Al) Bernardini. She and Al enjoyed more than 68 Marva Louise McAdoo passed peacefully at home in
years of marriage until Al’s passing in 2016. Dina was the mother of Donna Dillon San Mateo, CA Thursday January 18, 2018.
(Tom), Denise Rundle (Chuck) and Diana Andreatta (Bob). She was the grandmother Marva Louise Eden was born in Progresso, Honduras and
of Andrea Soto, Patrick Dillon, Sean Dillon, Christoforo Bernardini, Stephanie emigrated to the United States in 1953. Marva is survived
Demetris (Brett), Mari Andreatta and Gina Andreatta; and the great grandmother of by three of her four children, Michael, Herbert, and Joseph
Rhea Demetris. Dina was the consummate role model for her three daughters and Alston, four grandchildren, one great-grandchild born in
four granddaughters. To her three grandsons she was the family matriarch, and was a November 2017 and another great-grandchild due in April.
doting second mother to her sons-in-law. From the time of her marriage Dina devoted Her son Ulysses passed in July 2017. She was a member
her life to being a wife, mother and nurturer to her husband and family. She was of First Presbyterian Church of San Mateo at 25th and
genuinely loyal to her many friends and had a great generosity of spirit. Those who Hacienda where she leaves behind an enormous church
came to her home were always treated as family. A stylish dresser, Dina was well family.
known for her elegant taste in jewelry. In the 1980’s and 1990’s she maintained a Marva was the long-time Office Manager for Dr. James L. Hutchinson at 72 N. San
small business around that passion for fine jewelry. She also volunteered her time for Mateo Dr. She later worked at Stanford University Medical Center, Silicon Graphics,
the philanthropy, Primrose House, in Burlingame. For more than 40 years Dina and and Earthlink. She retired mid-2000’s but came back to work for Dr. Hutchinson in
Al traveled the world. She particularly loved cruise ships. But her greatest recreational 2011 until her recent leave of absence in September 2017.
pleasure was going to casinos where she would spend hours playing slot machines She was a member of several fraternal organizations (Eastern Stars, Prince Hall
and Black Jack. Dina leaves behind countless friends in San Francisco, Merced and Grand High Court-Heroines of Jericho, Stella Rebecca Court and Robert W. Brown
Burlingame, as well as extended family in Italy. During the last few years she and Al State Grand Council of Assemblies of which she was a founding member).
lived in San Mateo where she formed new friendships. She will be missed by so many. Herbert and his mother had an early dinner Jan 17th when his older brother Michael
The family wishes to thank Arlene Torres, Miles Bautista and Victoria De La Cruz called to say hello. The day before she spoke to her youngest, Joseph. Her last words to
in particular for the love and care that they provided to Dina in her final months. The her son Herbert hours before she passed were “I love you very much.”
family also wishes to thank Mission Hospice for their help and support. A quiet hour service on February 4th, 2018 between 3-5pm.
A memorial service has been scheduled for Monday, February 12, 2018 at St. The family will CELEBRATE HER LIFE on Monday, February 5th, 2018 at 11:00am
Matthew’s Catholic Church, 1 Notre Dame Avenue, San Mateo, where Mass will at Skylawn Memorial Park Cemetery - Crystal Springs Chapel in San Mateo (92 &
commence at 10:30am. The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made Skyline Blvd). She will be laid to rest next to her mother.
to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or to your favorite charity. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Peninsula Jewish Community Center
& Meals-on-Wheels.
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recognition for their outstanding scores on of South San Francisco, and Cati l i n Yuen, Kapl an, of Redwood City, were named to the
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offering free, low-income tax preparation and to the dean’s list at Co as tal Caro l i na graduated from the Uni v ers i ty of
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appointment is necessary. For the purposes Al anna Phi l l i ps , of Half Moon Bay, were Mi kay l a Sto v el and, of Foster City, were
of the service, low income is considered less named to the dean’s list at the Uni v ers i ty named to the dean’s lsit at the Uni v ers i ty
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Paul J. Trahan Obituaries brave battle with
Paul J. Trahan died in Millbrae Jan. ALS.
22, 2018. Commission for 31 years, retiring as
assistant director of the Lila was a warm,
A native of San funny, compassion-
Francisco, age 92.  Transportation Division.
He had a passion for music, and was ate woman who will
Survived by his be missed by all
wife and best friend a pianist who played with many local
bands/musicians including Steve who knew her. She
of 50 years Lilo; is survived by her
Come discover your daughters Lisa Sacco, Paul Desmond, Joe Dodge,
husband of 60 years
leadership potential! Venezia and Eddie Duran, Dick Saltzman, Tom Hart
and Walt Tolleson. Don Connant, her children Don
Jennifer Trahan, Connant Jr. , Christine Logan and
son-in-law Michael A memorial mass was celebrated at
David Connant, their spouses and chil-
7th & 8th Grade Venezia and grand-
children Dominic and Madeleine
St. Dunstan Church. Donations in
Paul’s memory may be made to St. dren. Lila’s dearest desire was to be
around family. Her parting advice was
Vincent de Paul Society or St. Dunstan
Leadership Summit Venezia and Daniel and Jack
Weinstein. Paul attended St. Cecilia’s Church, 1133 Broadway, Millbrae CA
94030. Arrangements entrusted to
to forgive one another, be kind and
laugh often. She loved to laugh.
grammar school and St. Ignatius High Lila will be laid to rest 3 p.m. Friday,
March 1, 2018 School (Class of 1943), USF and Chapel of the Highlands, Millbrae.
Feb. 9. A brief service for friends and
Golden Gate University. Following
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Four state lawmakers accused
of misconduct; none punished
By Kathleen Ronayne Sen. Tony Mendoza of Artesia, near
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS L.A., and Democratic Sen. Bob
Hertzberg of L.A.
SACRAMENTO — Four current “I’m sure I’ve shaken many peo-
California lawmakers have faced ple’s hands, tapped many people on
sexual misconduct complaints the shoulder, and have even tapped
since 2006 but none was disci- people’s feet accidentally. But there
plined, according to documents has never been anything in any of
released Friday by the state my actions that has been inappro-
Legislature. priate, and nor will there ever be,”
Their conduct ranged from inap- said Allen, who is running for gov-
propriate comments about sex to ernor and called releasing the com-
unwanted touching. The lawmakers plaint against him about inappro-
were told to watch their behavior, priate touching a “political attack.”
while 11 legislative staffers target- The Senate and Assembly
ed by complaints were mostly fired revealed the documents in response
or suspended. The lawmakers to requests from the Associated
sought to minimize the complaints, Press and other media outlets. They
either calling them blatantly polit- offer the fullest picture yet of sexual
ical, a reflection of poor record- harassment and misconduct in
REUTERS FILE PHOTO keeping or the result of disgruntled California’s Capitol, but it may be
Deportation arrests have surged about 40 percent since Donald Trump took office, even without a budget increase. former employees. incomplete.
Many women say they don’t
Seventy-seven state businesses
They are Democratic
Assemblywoman Autumn Burke of report misbehavior for fear of retal-
Los Angeles, Republican iation, and the documents don’t
Assemblyman Travis Allen of include allegations when investiga-
asked for workers’ documents Huntington Beach, Democratic tions were not completed.

spokesman in San Francisco. required to fill when first hired to


By Olga R. Rodriguez
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The inspections heightened confirm they are legally authorized Prosecutors: Gun went off in
already tense relations between fed- to work in the country and turn them
SAN FRANCISCO
Immigration agents this week
— eral officials and the state of
California over immigration poli-
over to federal authorities within
three business days, Schwab said.
girl’s backpack at L.A. school
cies. If employers don’t comply or
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS girl got the gun, which was unreg-
delivered inspection notices to 77
Sen. Kamala Harris characterized have valid forms, they could face istered, and why she brought it to
restaurants and other businesses in LOS ANGELES — A semi-auto-
the notices as the latest effort to fines or criminal prosecution if school. It wasn’t clear what made
Northern California and gave them matic handgun went off accidental-
three workdays to prove their “punish California.” they are knowingly violating the it fire.
“While law enforcement should law, he said. ly inside the backpack of a 12- The girl, who was taken into
employees are authorized to work in
prioritize dangerous criminals, Schwab said this week’s opera- year-old girl in a Los Angeles mid- custody minutes after the shoot-
the country, authorities confirmed
Friday. widespread raids will result in the tion was “focused on protecting dle school classroom, sending a ing, has retained an attorney and
U.S. Immigration and Customs deportation of those who are living jobs for U.S. citizens and others single bullet tearing through the isn’t answering questions,
Enforcement agents served the lawful lives and will erode public who are lawfully employed, elimi- wrist of another girl before hitting Rubenstein said. She is expected
notices to businesses in safety in immigrant communities,” nating unfair competitive advan- a boy in the head, police said to be arraigned Monday on two
Sacramento, San Jose, San Harris said in a statement. tages for companies that hire an Friday. felony charges, including being a
Francisco and other Northern A notice of inspection asks busi- illegal workforce, and strengthen- Los Angeles police spokesman minor in possession of a firearm
California cities. No arrests were ness owners to produce so-called I-9 ing public safety and national secu- Josh Rubenstein said detectives and having a weapon on school
made, said James Schwab, ICE forms, which employees are rity.” are trying to figure out where the grounds, prosecutors said.

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What GOP memo says (and doesn’t say)


WHAT’S THE GIST? form of “thousands of emails” prior to that
information becoming public.
The memo makes a series of allegations of
misconduct on the part of the FBI and the Justice
Department in obtaining a warrant under the
THE FBI DID USE
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, to
monitor former Trump campaign foreign policy
INFORMATION FROM
adviser Carter Page.
Specifically, it takes aim at the FBI’s use of
STEELE, THOUGH
information from a former British spy, The memo says Steele’s collection of reports
Christopher Steele, who compiled a collection “formed an essential part” of the FISA application
of memos containing several allegations of ties for Page, but it doesn’t specify exactly what
between Trump, his associates and Russia. information was used or how much.
The memo says the FBI and the Justice It also says that the FISA application relied on a
Department didn’t tell the FISA court enough September 2016 Yahoo News article, and claims
about Steele’s role in an opposition research that the information in the article also came
effort. The research was funded by Democrat from Steele.
Hillary Clinton through a Washington law firm. The document quotes former FBI Deputy
The document also takes aim at several senior Director Andrew McCabe as telling the House
FBI and Justice Department officials. Among intelligence committee in December that “no
them is former Associate Deputy Attorney surveillance warrant would have been sought”
General Bruce Ohr, who it says knew of Steele’s from the FISA court “without the Steele dossier
anti-Trump leanings and whose wife worked at information.”
the firm behind the opposition research effort. According to the memo, the application also
included “Steele’s past record of credible
WHAT’S NEW? reporting on other unrelated matters.”
REUTERS
The memo provides the first formal government
confirmation of the secret FISA warrant and that
NO UNDERLYING Rep. Matt Gaetz speaks with the media about the memo released by the House Intelligence Committee.
Page was the person being monitored. INFORMATION RELEASED
Information like that is ordinarily considered
among the most tightly held national security
information, and it almost never gets released to
the public.
The accuracy of the memo is hard to assess
because the majority of the underlying contents
are classified or confidential.
President: Russia-probe memo
Though the memo takes issue with the FBI’s
methods, it also confirms that the FBI and Justice
Department believed there was probable cause
that Page was acting as an agent of a foreign
The memo cites an initial FISA warrant
application — a document which usually has
dozens of pages — as well as three additional
renewals by the court. None of those documents
proves bias; Democrats say no
power and a judge agreed — four times over. are public. By Eric Tucker, Mary Clare cherry-picks Republican talking White House and Trump’s hand-
The memo fills in the timeline of the Russia The same is true of the transcripts of the points in an effort to smear law picked law enforcement leaders.
investigation, showing that Page was under committee’s closed-door interviews with Jalonick and Chad Day
surveillance for months. McCabe and other senior FBI officials who had THE ASSOCIATED PRESS enforcement and undercut the cur- Trump, who lashed out at the FBI
According to the memo, the Justice Department contact with Steele. rent federal investigation by spe- and Justice Department Friday
and FBI obtained the FISA warrant on Page on On Friday, the committee’s ranking Democrat,
Oct. 21, 2016, and then had it reauthorized three Rep. Adam Schiff of California, took issue with WASHINGTON — President cial counsel Robert Mueller. Rep. morning, refused to express confi-
additional times. the memo’s characterization of McCabe’s Donald Trump declassified a top- Adam Schiff, the committee’s top dence in Deputy Attorney General
Given that FISA warrants must be renewed every comments, saying the former FBI deputy director Democrat, said the GOP document Rod Rosenstein, who appointed
90 days, the memo indicates that the secret congressional memo Friday
was speaking generally about how any FISA “mischaracterizes highly sensitive Mueller and is mentioned by name
government monitored Page’s communications application relies on “each and every and suggested it proved the inves-
for nearly a year.
component” included. tigation of his presidential cam- classified information” and its in the memo.
But the committee’s chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes paign and Russia was fatally flawed release “will do long-term damage Asked if he was more likely to
IT STARTED WITH of California, said late Friday on Fox News the
from the start. Democrats said the to the intelligence community and fire Rosenstein, and if he still had
description of McCabe’s comments is “a
PAPADOPOULOS summation of a long interview and that’s document did nothing to clear him our law enforcement agencies.” confidence in him, Trump retorted,
The whole Russia investigation, that is. definitely what he said.” He noted that other or his campaign, and the FBI called The memo’s central premise is “You figure that one out.”
witnesses have said “similar things.” that the FBI relied excessively on A senior White House official
According to the memo, information about the memo inaccurate and incom-
former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser plete. anti-Trump research funded by said later the administration
George Papadopoulos “triggered the opening
of an FBI counterintelligence investigation in
‘MINIMALLY Butting heads just as they had Democrats in seeking a warrant to expects Rosenstein to remain in
late July 2016.” CORROBORATED’ before the memo’s release, Trump monitor the communications of a his job.
That’s significant because Trump and his allies in
It’s been a burning question ever since the and his critics stuck to the posi- Trump campaign associate and that Trump has been telling confi-
the GOP have tried to undermine the Russia
investigation by saying it all stems from the dossier was published by Buzzfeed News last tions they had staked out in the federal authorities concealed the dants he believed the memo would
Steele dossier. year: How much did the FBI corroborate? weeks leading up to the hotly dis- full details of who was paying for validate his concerns that the FBI
The memo doesn’t provide further details about According to the memo, not much at the time the information. and Justice Department conspired
the information the FBI received about the FBI obtained the FISA warrant on Page. The puted release of the memo prepared
Papadopoulos. But it appears to confirm in part memo cites FBI Assistant Director Bill Priestap by Republicans on the House intel- The disclosure of the document is against him. Though the document
reporting by The New York Times late last year as saying FBI corroboration of the dossier was ligence committee. The memo extraordinary since it involves had been classified since it deals
that FBI concerns about Papadopoulos started in its “infancy” when the court authorized the details about surveillance of with warrants obtained from the
the investigation. first FISA warrant.
makes their case — and Trump’s —
Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI It also says an “independent unit” in the FBI that politically motivated abuses Americans, national security Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
last year. Court papers show he had several conducted a “source validation report” on in the early stages of the FBI’s information the government Court, the White House declassi-
contacts with people representing themselves Steele’s reporting and found it “only minimally regards as among its most highly fied it Friday and sent it to the
as being tied to the Russian government starting corroborated.” investigation made it worse than
in the spring of 2016. But without the underlying documents or worthless. classified. Its release is likely to intelligence committee chairman,
Court papers show that Papadopoulos learned transcripts of Priestap’s testimony, it’s hard to The Democrats, having none of further escalate an intra-govern- Republican Rep. Devin Nunes, for
the Russians had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the judge the accuracy of the memo’s description.
it, said the four-page memo merely ment conflict that has divided the immediate release.
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Around the world
Trump nuclear doctrine takes Militant hideout found in
Afghan capital shows security woes
tougher stance toward Russia
By Robert Burns
KABUL, Afghanistan — The discovery of
an Islamic State hideout filled with explo-
sives and suicide vests in a poor Kabul
neighborhood reflects the failure of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Afghanistan’s corruption-wracked govern-
ment to protect the capital, analysts and
WASHINGTON — The Trump administra- residents said Friday.
tion on Friday announced it will continue This week’s revelation that militants were
much of the Obama administration’s operating in Kabul’s western Qala-e-Wahid
nuclear weapons policy, but take a more district follows a recent series of horrific
aggressive stance toward Russia. It said attacks in the heavily guarded city that
Russia must be convinced it would face killed nearly 200 people and wounded hun-
“unacceptably dire costs” if it were to dreds more, including foreigners.
threaten even a limited nuclear attack in Security forces were led to the safe house
Europe. by an insurgent who was captured during an
The sweeping review of U.S. nuclear pol- attack Monday by IS militants on a military
icy does not call for any net increase in academy in Kabul in which 11 soldiers died,
strategic nuclear weapons — a position according to an intelligence official.
that stands in contrast to President Donald From behind the 10-foot green metal
Trump’s statement, in a tweet shortly doors, the insurgents were plotting to use
before he took office, that the U.S. “must the explosives, weapons and suicide vests
greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear in three more large attacks in Kabul, the
capability until such time as the world official said. He spoke on condition of
comes to its senses regarding nukes.” In anonymity in line with his agency’s rules
his State of the Union address Tuesday, he REUTERS
and did not elaborate on the plans.
made no mention of expansion, though he Donald Trump speaks at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s National Targeting Center. Khan Mohammed, a resident of Qala-e-
said the arsenal must deter acts of aggres- ited, is acceptable.” a new administration, the report drew blis- Wahid, told the AP that locals rarely see a
sion. The Pentagon-led review of the U. S. tering criticism from arms control groups. police patrol in the neighborhood and stay
A 74-page report summarizing the nuclear arsenal and the policies that govern “President Trump is embarking on a reck- at home after dark because of marauding
review’s findings calls North Korea a “clear it was ordered by Trump a year ago. In a less path — one that will reduce U.S. securi- gangs of thieves. They say the government
and grave threat” to the U.S. and its allies. written statement, Trump said U.S. strategy ty both now and in the longer term,” said can’t provide security.
It asserts that any North Korean nuclear is designed to make use of nuclear weapons Lisbeth Gronlund, a senior scientist at the
attack against the U.S. or its allies will less likely. In an apparent reference to the Union of Concerned Scientists. She said the U.N.: 90 migrants feared
result in “the end of that regime.” threat of catastrophic cyberattack, he said administration is blurring the line between
It also cast China as a potential nuclear the U.S. aims to strengthen deterrence of nuclear and conventional war-fighting.
drowned after boat capsizes off Libya
adversary, saying the U.S. arsenal is tai- major attacks against the U. S. and its The Trump administration concluded that GENEVA — About 90 people are feared
lored to “prevent Beijing from mistakenly allies, including those that “may not come the U.S. should largely follow its predeces- drowned after a smugglers’ boat carrying
concluding” that it could gain advantage by in the form of nuclear weapons.” sor’s blueprint for modernizing the nuclear mostly Pakistani migrants capsized off
using its nuclear weapons in Asia, or that Known officially as a nuclear posture arsenal, including new bomber aircraft, Libya’s coast early Friday, the U. N. ’s
“any use of nuclear weapons, however lim- review, and customarily done at the outset of submarines and land-based missiles. migration agency said.
Ten bodies have washed ashore near the
Libyan town of Zuwara following the
Calls for change grow amid capitol sexual misconduct claims tragedy in the early morning, said
International Organization for Migration
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS state Rep. Teresa Fedor, one of several female including in California, Hawaii, Kentucky spokeswoman Olivia Headon, citing infor-
Democratic lawmakers who called this week and Oregon. On Friday, the Democratic lead- mation from its partner agencies.
An Arizona lawmaker who repeatedly for the resignation of Republican Rep. Bill ers of the California Assembly and Senate “We are told that two survivors swam to
harassed women has become the first since Seitz because of offense remarks. “Women released records that show four current law- shore, and one person was rescued by a
the swell of the (hash)MeToo movement to and men deserve better, not more of the same makers have faced such complaints since fishing boat,” Headon said by phone from
get kicked out of office by colleagues but tired excuses. It’s time for a change.” 2006, although none was formally disci- Tunisia’s capital to reporters at the U.N. in
likely will not be the last to face repercus- With his expulsion on Thursday, Arizona plined. They include a 2017 allegation Geneva. “We are working to get more
sions amid intensifying scrutiny of sexual Rep. Don Shooter became the 15th state law- against a female lawmaker, Democratic details on the (capsizing) and where the sur-
misconduct in state legislatures. maker to leave office since the start of 2017 Assemblywoman Autumn Burke, who later vivors are so that we can assist them bet-
The heightened focus on harassment and (the others resigned) after being accused of took responsibility for engaging in sexually ter.”
misconduct has led to growing calls for sexual misconduct. About 20 others have charged banter. Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said 11 of
change in a year that already has seen an faced lesser consequences, ranging from The issue is already beginning to resonate its citizens had drowned in the incident.
unusually large number of women expressing forced apologies to suspensions to the loss in election campaigns. Women have stepped Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal
interest in running for office. of powerful leadership posts, according to a forward as candidates in five of the eight told the Associated Press that Pakistani
“This conduct perpetuates the good-old- state-by-state review by the Associated Press. upcoming elections across the nation to diplomats reached Libya’s coastal area to
boys culture all too familiar to women in Sexual harassment investigations are replace lawmakers who resigned amid sexual collect more details and begin the process
workplaces across the nation,” said Ohio ongoing against other state lawmakers, misconduct allegations. of repatriating the bodies of the deceased.

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Dow down more than 650 points


By Alex Veiga DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
for businesses and people,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS they’ve been rising more swiftly,
High: 26,061.79 and that’s what has markets on
U.S. stocks slumped Friday, and Low: 25,490.66 edge.
the market suffered its worst week Close: 25,520.96 “The pace of rate increases is
in two years, as fears of inflation Change: -665.75 more important than the level,”
and disappointing quarterly said Nate Thooft, senior portfolio
OTHER INDEXES manager at Manulife Asset
results from technology and ener-
gy giants spooked investors. The S&P 500: 2762.13 -59.85 Management.
Dow Jones industrial average NYSE Index: 13,085.35 -296.62 The increase in rates has been
dropped by more than 650 points. Nasdaq: 7240.95 -144.92 driven by the prospect of stronger
Bond yields rose and contributed NYSE MKT: 2601.74 -81.88 economic growth, and higher
to the stock market swoon after Russell 2000: 1547.27 -32.60 inflation, in the U.S. and abroad.
the government reported that Wilshire 5000: 28,616.36 -612.11 Bond prices declined again
wages grew last month at the Friday, pushing yields higher. The
fastest pace in eight years. The 10-Yr Bond: 2.85 +0.08 yield on the 10-year Treasury
Dow had its worst decline since Oil (per barrel): 65.02 -0.78 note, a benchmark for interest
June 2016, while the broader Gold : 1,329.80 -14.50 rates on many kinds of loans,
Standard & Poor’s 500 index had including mortgages, climbed to
its biggest one-day percentage to borrow money, and it also strong global economic growth, or 2.1 percent, to 2,762.13. The 2.84 percent, the highest level in
drop since September 2016. makes bonds more appealing to solid company earnings and lin- index has lost 3.9 percent since roughly four years. The rate was at
“We’ve enjoyed low interest investors than riskier assets such gering enthusiasm for the GOP tax hitting a record high a week ago. 2.41 percent four weeks ago and
rates for so long, we’re having to as stocks. overhaul. Even with the pullback, The Dow lost 665.75 points, or 2.66 percent on Monday.
deal with a little bit higher rates Several major companies, the major indexes are still up more 2.5 percent, to 25,520.96. The “Once we started going north of
now, so the market is trying to including Exxon Mobil and than 3 percent this year. Nasdaq slid 144.92 points, or 2 2. 5 percent, and you put that
figure out what that could mean for Google’s parent company, The downturn also follows a percent, to 7,240.95. The Russell together with an overbought mar-
inflation, ” said Darrell Cronk, Alphabet, sank after reporting long period of unprecedented calm 2000 index of smaller-company ket, it had the ingredients of a
head of the Wells Fargo weak earnings. Apple fell on con- in the market. Stocks haven’t had stocks gave up 32.59 points, or sell-off, especially since January
Investment Institute. cerns about iPhone sales. a pullback of 10 percent or more 2.1 percent, to 1,547.27. was so strong,” said Jeff Zipper,
The increase in bond yields The sharp decline in stocks this in two years, and hit their latest While interest rates are still low regional investment strategist at
hurts stocks in two ways: it makes week short-circuited a robust start record highs just one week ago. by historical standards, meaning U. S. Bank Private Wealth
it more expensive for companies to the year that was spurred by The S&P 500 fell 59.85 points, borrowing is still relatively cheap Management.

Google’s AI push comes


with plenty of people problems
Business briefs Exxon, Chevron report sharply
Sony taps CFO Yoshida as
MENLO PARK — Google CEO Sundar
Pichai recently declared that artificial intel- new president, replacing Hirai higher 4Q profit on tax gains
ligence fueled by powerful computers was TOKYO — Sony Corp. named Chief By David koenig fourth quarter, compared with $1.68 billion
more important to humanity than fire or Financial Officer Kenichiro Yoshida as its THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a year earlier. But $5.94 billion of the
electricity. Yet the search giant increasing- new president and CEO Friday, replacing increase came from a one-time tax gain, as
ly has to deal with messy people problems. Kazuo Hirai, who led a turnaround at the DALLAS — Exxon and Chevron are earn- the new law with lower a lower corporate
It has vowed to employ thousands of human Japanese electronics and entertainment ing billions and benefiting from the new tax rate greatly reduced the company’s estimat-
checkers just to catch rogue YouTube company and will stay on as chairman. law, but profits are falling short of expecta- ed tax liabilities.
posters, Russian bots and other purveyors Yoshida has experience in Sony’s U.S. tions that were based on rising oil prices. Stripping away the tax gain and the write-
of unsavory content. operations, as well as its network, financial down of operations in Canada and the Gulf
The shares of both companies fell in after- of Mexico because of Exxon’s long-term
And it’s on a buying spree to find office and investor relations businesses. Yoshida noon trading Friday.
space for its burgeoning workforce in and Hirai are set to talk to reporters later forecast of natural gas prices, adjusted prof-
Both U.S. oil giants were expected to get it was 88 cents per share. Analysts surveyed
pricey Silicon Valley. Google is on a frantic Friday. a boost from crude prices, which rose
real estate grab along the San Francisco Sony’s board members said they were sur- by FactSet expected $1.03 per share.
sharply in the fourth quarter. Irving, Texas-based Exxon Mobil Corp.
peninsula, assembling millions of square prised Hirai wanted to step down. But Hirai Exxon’s production fell, however, by 3 lost money on U.S. oil and gas production
feet of potential office space in and around said in a statement the timing was right to percent from a year earlier, to about 4 mil- after excluding the tax gain. That’s an area
its current home in Mountain View. “pass the baton” to the next leadership. lion barrels of oil a day. where Exxon expects to grow this year from
“This company just cannot get production 26 drilling rigs to 36 in the Permian Basin
growth going,” said Brian Youngberg, an of Texas and New Mexico and the Bakken
analyst with Edward Jones. “They talk about field in North Dakota.
all these (new) projects, but they’re always With higher crude prices, Exxon’s revenue

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<<< Page 12, Skyline College stunned by


death of sophomore KeDraun Buckner
Weekend • Feb. 3-4, 2018

NDB on top of the WBAL Dons


By Nathan Mollat
get
payback
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

The Notre Dame-Belmont girls’ soccer


team has had a couple results go sideways
on it this season, costing them valuable
points in the West Bay Athletic League
at Mateo
By Terry Bernal
standings.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
The Tigers’ biggest miss came in the sec-
ond game of league play when they let a 2-0
halftime lead slip away and become a 3-2 For six quarters of the season matchup
loss to Menlo School. between boys’ basketball rivals Aragon and
Friday, NDB got their rematch with the San Mateo, Aragon standout Sam Manu was
Knights and this time did not let Menlo off predominantly a non-factor.
the hook. After a scoreless first half, the Three weeks ago, when San Mateo took
Tigers scored three times in the final 40 Round 1 of the two-game series on Aragon’s
minutes to post a 3-0 win, snapping a tie turf, Manu was sidelined due to injury.
with the Knights atop the WBAL Foothill Through the first half of Friday night’s
Division standings. rematch at San Mateo,
“When we lost that first one (to Menlo), Manu and the Dons were
everyone had this game circled on their limited to just 19 points.
refrigerator,” said NDB head coach Paul Then the junior forward
McCallion. “We felt this was the game that did what great players do,
could turn the corner for us (in winning a leading a turnaround that
league title).” looked less like organ-
With the win, NDB improves to 5-1-1 in ized basketball and more
WBAL Foothill Division play, while Menlo like a runaway train. And
fell to 4-2-1, snapping the Knights’ five- Sam Manu with that runaway inten-
game unbeaten streak in the process. sity, there was no stop-
“Day off, ” Menlo head coach Yvan ping Aragon as the Dons rallied behind a
Trevino said. “The girls had come from a flurry of pressure defense for a 58-49 victory.
good five performances. … The girls are just “It was focus on defense,” Manu said. “The
mentally tired.” guards, we kept talking on defense. We tried
The final score was a fair result, consider- to spot their shooters and we tried to lock
ing NDB had the bulk of the dangerous them up.”
opportunities. Using a high-pressure men- And while Aragon (5-4 PAL South, 11-9
tality and looking to go on the attack overall) benefitted from 16 San Mateo
immediately, the Tigers did a decent job in turnovers throughout, including 12 in the
the first 40 minutes of trying to connect second half, it was Manu’s amazing wind-
through balls with their forwards up top in mill layup with four minutes, 40 seconds
Ava Cholakian and Bianca Baldini. remaining in regulation that stole the show.
But for all their effort and six first-half The 6-4 junior totaled 15 points on the
shots, four of which were on goal, the night, but helped cap a 13-2 Aragon run to
Tigers had nothing to show for it. start the fourth quarter. Amid a second half
In fact, after weathering an initial push by that saw bodies flying, tumbling and crash-
the Tigers, Menlo eventually took posses- ing with some frequency, Manu’s grace
sion of the game with its ball control. It did- proved the highlight as he jetted to the
n’t muster much of an attack, but the NDB hoop, got airborne with an underhanded
defense had a lot to do with that. Sweeper windmill release at the apex of his ascent,
Caroline Kearney worked sideline to side- then listened as he slammed to the ground as
line in keeping Menlo in general, and Julia the crowd erupted at the shot kissing off the
Wang in particular, in check. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
glass and in to give the Dons a 50-40 lead.
Freshman Julia Roche, right, celebrates her goal during Notre Dame-Belmont’s 3-0 win over
See SOCCER, Page 15 Menlo School, which gave the Tigers first place in the WBAL Foothill Division standings. See HOOPS, Page 16

Brady and numbers Eagles believe they have formula


point to another likely to upset mighty Patriots Sunday By Rob Maaddi pound offense, either.

Pats Super Bowl win


By Kyle Hightower
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — The best for-


The Eagles have a ver-
satile passing attack with
several receivers who cre-
Super Bowl 52, 3:30 p.m. NBC mula for success against the New England ate matchup problems.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Patriots is to keep Tom Brady on the side- Carson Wentz threw for
faced a myriad of difficult line and harass him when he’s on the field. 3,296 yards and 33 touch-
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Even if num- scenarios in the champi- down passes before he
bers occasionally lie, most of them indicate That’s not a news flash. But the good news tore his ACL in Week 14
onship game, including for Eagles fans and everyone rooting
the New England Patriots are in great posi- last year’s 25-point hole Nick Foles and Nick Foles has eight
tion to hoist a sixth Lombardi Trophy. against Brady, Bill Belichick and the TD passes, including
the Patriots dug out of to Patriots in Sunday’s Super Bowl is that
The reasons begin in the only place they beat the Falcons. playoffs.
could: with Tom Brady. Philadelphia has the ingredients to do it. Foles proved in the NFC championship
Brady won that one The Eagles (15-3) have a multidimension-
Yes, at 40 years old Brady would be the without tight end Rob game he can make quick-strike plays with
oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl if the al, ball-control offense capable of chewing three passes of 40-plus yards against the
Gronkowski, who will be the clock and forcing No. 12 to be a specta-
Patriots beat the Philadelphia Eagles on in uniform after being league’s top-ranked defense. Two of those
Sunday. He would dethrone Peyton Tom Brady tor.
cleared late this week. were TD tosses of 53 yards to Alshon Jeffery
Manning, who won at age 39 with the Jay Ajayi, former Patriots running back and 41 yards to Torrey Smith.
Close games have been no problem , for
Denver Broncos to cap the 2015 season. LeGarrette Blount and Corey Clement led Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz and slot
Brady and coach Bill Belichick either. The
Brady has put up numbers in his 18th sea- the NFL’s third-best rushing offense and the receiver Nelson Agholor are other options.
total difference in scoring in those seven
son unmatched by any player in NFL histo- Eagles were first in time of possession. Tight end Trey Burton, who also lines up at
games is 12 points: Patriots 169, oppo-
ry. He led the league with 4,577 yards pass- nents 157. “You have to stay patient and diligent fullback in certain short-yardage situations,
ing during the regular season and his five You want to talk about comebacks? No there,” Eagles coach Doug Pederson said. had five TD catches this season.
touchdown passes are tied for the most in player in the Super Bowl era has more “That’s something we’ve been able to do all “You can’t just stop one guy,” Patriots
the playoffs. fourth-quarter comebacks in the playoffs in season long. It’s something we stay com- safety Devin McCourty said. “You can’t go
Brady’s seven Super Bowl appearances are mitted to.”
as many as the entire Eagles roster. He’s See PATRIOTS, Page 16 This isn’t an old-school, ground-and- See EAGLES, Page 16
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12 Weekend • Feb. 3-4, 2018 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Skyline sophomore
Buckner dies at 20 LeBron says a link to
Warriors is ‘nonsense’
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

KeDraun Buckner, a sophomore


with the Skyline College men’s
basketball team, died suddenly By Tom Withers “If you “You know how real this is right
Wednesday morning. He was 20. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS now,” he said. “Like, this is my
Details regarding the cause of don’t hear focus. Nothing else is stopping me
death were unavailable at press INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — To something from trying to get this team back
time. LeBron James, the Golden State to the Finals.”
Prior to Skyline’s home game Warriors are a highly respected coming The speculation about where he
against Ohlone College Friday rival — nothing more. from my plans to continue playing after
night, the team held a pregame cere- Now and forever. voice, then this season is only going to
mony honoring Buckner. There was James strongly denounced a increase. James understands that,
a moment of silence, and a pictorial report that said he would consider LeBron James
it’s not and while him joining forces with
on the video screen played through- playing for the Warriors if the NBA true.” Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and
out the game. champions were able to restructure the other Warriors might make for
DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO story can cause. James was most entertaining sports talk radio, it’s
Buckner was the team’s leading their roster to accommodate the
KeDraun Buckner, a sophomore at bothered by his teammates having not grounded in any truth.
scorer, and was drawing interest four-time league MVP. On
Skyline College, died suddenly to wonder about his commitment James holds the Warriors’ organ-
from several four-year schools. Thursday, ESPN, citing anony-
Wednesday at the age of 20. in getting the Cavs back to a fourth ization in high regard, but not to
“He worked so hard to get ready for mous league sources, reported
hand signal every time they hit a 3. straight NBA Finals. where he would ever consider being
this year,” Skyline head coach Justin James would meet with the
“Every single one we would throw While others can speculate about a part of it.
Piergrossi said. “And then he actual- Warriors this summer if they
it up specifically for him,” James’ future intentions and how The 33-year-old has said previ-
ly produced and played to his poten- cleared the salary-cap space to sign
Noordzee said. “And we felt it every any move might tarnish his lega- ously he would like to finish his
tial. That’s all you can ask for.” him, assuming he will opt out of
time.” cy, he made it clear that no one career with Cleveland, the home
A native of the Houston area, his contract with the Cleveland
Earlier this season, when the speaks for him. state team he left previously as a
Buckner moved to San Francisco Cavaliers and become a free agent
Trojans won their annual Skyline “If you don’t hear something free agent in 2010 for Miami. If he
with his family when he was 5. He “It’s nonsense, and it’s a non-
Basketball Tournament in coming from my voice, then it’s declines his $35.6 million con-
was a graduate of Galileo High story,” James said Friday follow-
December, Buckner was named the not true,” he said. “I don’t give a tract option this summer, he’ll be a
School. He was a redshirt at Skyline ing the Cavaliers’ practice. “I
Most Valuable Player of the tourney. damn how close they are, I don’t free agent again but that would not
in 2015-16, and was nearing the end think it’s a discredit to what I’m
“He was the guy that did it all that care if it’s my kids, or my wife or preclude him from re-signing with
of his sophomore season this year. trying to do here. It’s a discredit to
weekend,” Piergrossi said. whatever. If it’s not from me, it’s the Cavs.
Buckner’s family is a familiar my teammates and the coaching
Friday was a night of emotional not true. I just want you guys to That’s months away and James is
sight at Skyline’s home games. staff here. My only focus right now
scenes. Immediately following the know that my focus right now is on certain there will be other stories
Many of his family members were is trying to figure out how we can
game, Noordzee ran on to the floor the Cavs and how we can get back linking him to other teams.
in attendance Friday, including his become a championship-caliber
and tearfully hugged sophomore to the Finals for a fourth straight “I know exactly how it works,”
mother Sharon, his brother forward Chris Fontaine. team in these next few months. It’s
year. That’s my focus. And every- he said. “There are 30 teams right
DaRaun, and his girlfriend Charme’ One of Buckner’s best friends, been so many stories about me in
thing else is going to get talked now that at the end of the day prob-
Noordzee, a former player with the Sofia Faupusa, is a current player on the last few months, in the last few
about, but it’s not a distraction. ably want to sit down with me at
Skyline women’s basketball team. the Skyline women’s basketball days, about where I’m going and
But like, I think it’s just unfair to the end of the season, right?
“Basketball really was his life,” team. She did not play in the Lady where I’m at and what place I’m in.
my teammates that come here Correct. It’s so easy to make a
Noordzee said. “That was the main Trojans’ game Friday due to injury. “I’m here, I’m right here, I’m
every day. I mean, I can handle it story out of that.”
thing in his life. That was the thing She did attend both games, and sat right now and this is my present
myself. But it’s unfair to those In the short term, James and the
he gave his life to.” with the Buckner family during the and this is where I’m at.”
guys.” Cavs are dealing with the loss of
In addition to leading the team in men’s game. James said he awoke Thursday to
James often uses social media All-Star forward Kevin Love for
scoring, Buckner ranked second on “I could just feel him here with me an alert and messages on his phone
platforms to comment on stories two months. Love broke his left
the team in 3-point shots. His sig- in the gym,” Faupusa said. “And not about the report and “the first
or make statements. He didn’t post hand on Tuesday, and while he
nature move after hitting a 3 was to just the opening ceremony. It was thing I did I started laughing, actu-
anything on Twitter and Instagram won’t need surgery, his eight-week
flash a hang-loose hand gesture to the whole game, like he was here ally.”
on Thursday because he felt it was recovery timetable means he won’t
his family and friends in attendance. celebrating with us.” The 14-time All-Star said he
important for him to respond in be back until just before the play-
Friday night, in Skyline’s 70-66 Information regarding services soon became upset, however,
person. offs.
loss to Ohlone, players flashed the for Buckner is not yet available. knowing the damage that kind of

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Agent suggests players boycott spring training


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS week of April. Fine them? “It is disconcerting, and disheartening for pace of negotiations.
OK, for how much? Sue clubs that are awash in revenue and or are fully “Big data is the reason we’ve seen so little
NEW YORK — A prominent baseball agent them? OK, they’ll see you capable of improving its product to choose to movement in the free-agent market, because as
said players are angered over the slow free- in court two years from do otherwise,” he said. “Further, it is deeply data becomes more pervasive in the game, as it
agent market and suggested they consider boy- now.” troubling to encounter that almost all clubs are has, it tends to narrow the range of different
cotting spring training. CAA represents more operating in a strangely similar fashion. There evaluations,” he said. “The evaluations become
Brodie Van Wagenen, co-head of CAA than 150 baseball players, are no coincidences in a monopoly.” much uniform.”
Baseball, floated the idea in a statement including Robinson Cano, Large-market teams, including the Los The average salary, according to the players’
released Friday, less than two weeks before Yoenis Cespedes, Buster Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees, are association, rose 3.3 percent last year to near-
spring training workouts are to start in Florida Brodie Van Posey, Shohei Ohtani, cutting payrolls to get under the $197 million ly $4.1 million following an increase of just
and Arizona. He also raised the possibility of a Adam Jones, Jacob threshold for luxury tax payrolls. 0.35 percent in 2016, the lowest rise since
Wagenen
collusion grievance, as did another agent, Seth deGrom and Noah “Every market’s different. There’s different 2004. The new collective bargaining agree-
Levinson of Aces. Syndergaard. players, different quality of players, different ment, the first since Tony Clark succeeded
“The players are upset. No, they are outraged. Van Wagenen’s free agents this offseason GMs, different decisions, new basic agreement, Michael Weiner as union head, added surtaxes
Players in the midst of long-term contracts are include Todd Frazier. Van Wagenen said he different agents who have particular promi- to the competitive-balance tax and additional
as frustrated as those still seeking employ- chose to speak out now because spring training nence in a particular market in terms of who penalties for high payrolls, including lesser
ment,” Van Wagenen said. “I would suggest that was approaching. they represent,” Commissioner Rob Manfred choices in the amateur draft.
testing the will of 1,200 alpha males at the pin- “The sentiment that I’m hearing from players said Thursday. “Those factors and probably “The CBT is designed to be a restraint on the
nacle of their profession is not a good strategy is that something radical may be necessary to others that I can’t tick off the top of my head spending of high-payroll clubs,” Manfred said.
for 30 men who are bound by a much smaller show the other side there is unity and strength have combined to produce a particular market “I think that the system, without singling out
fraternity.” in in their frustration,” he said in a telephone this year. Just like there’s been some markets the CBT, actually is working pretty well in the
J.D. Martinez, Eric Hosmer, Mike interview. where the lid got blown off in terms of player sense that the standard deviation of our pay-
Moustakas, Jake Arrieta, Yu Darvish, Alex Spring training workouts begin Feb. 14, but salary growth, I think I can honestly suggest rolls that are being projected next year has actu-
Cobb, Greg Holland and Lance Lynn remain participation is voluntary until the mandatory that occasionally you’re going to have some ally gone down significantly, suggesting that
among the dozens of unsigned free agents. reporting date on Feb. 24 — the day after major that are a little different, not quite as robust.” our payrolls are more compressed, top-down,
“A boycott of spring training may be a start- league spring training games are to start. New York Mets general manager Sandy the bottom-up, which we feel is important in
ing point, if behavior doesn’t change. Players Levinson praised Van Wagenen and agreed Alderson, speaking to fans at Citi Field on terms of preserving the competitive balance in
don’t receive their paychecks until the second with his conclusions. Thursday, said analytics contributed to the slow the game.”

Marlins’ Realmuto loses in salary arbitration; Bour wins


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Steven Wolf and Mark Burstein, who presided and Arizona pitcher Shelby Miller won the hander was 3-4 with a 3.38 ERA and 39 saves
over Thursday’s hearing. first two cases of the year. last season, raising his three-year total to
PHOENIX — Catcher J.T. Realmuto lost Realmuto may be traded as part of the Houston closer Ken Giles had a hearing 95. But he also led the major leagues with 10
his salary arbitration case against Miami and Marlins’ payroll purge under new chief exec- Thursday, and Toronto closer Roberto Osuna blown saves in 2017.
first baseman Justin Bour beat the Marlins to utive Derek Jeter. Miami already has dealt and Tampa Bay shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria Giles asked Phillip LaPorte, Sylvia
leave players with a 3-1 record this year. major league home run champion Giancarlo went before panels Friday. Both pitchers Skratek and Strongin for a raise from
Realmuto was given a $2.9 million salary Stanton, Marcell Ozuna, Dee Gordon and were eligible for arbitration for the first time. $555,100 to $4.6 million — $400,000
Friday instead of his request for $3.5 mil- Christian Yelich. Realmuto made $562,500 Eighteen players remain scheduled for more than Houston’s offer. He had 34 saves
lion. The decision was made by arbitrators last year and was eligible for arbitration for hearings in the next two weeks. Twenty-five in 38 chances and went 1-3 with a 2.30 ERA
Andrew Strongin, Elizabeth Neumeier and the first time after hitting .278 with 17 hearings would be the most since 1987. last year for Houston. While the Astros won
Allen Ponak, who heard arguments homers and 65 RBIs. Osuna requested Wolf, Robert Herzog and their first World Series, Giles had an 11.74
Wednesday. Bour hit .289 with 25 homers and 83 RBIs James Darby give him a raise from $552,400 ERA in the postseason and 27.00 ERA in a
Bour was awarded $3.4 million instead of last year, when he had a $552,500 salary. to $5.8 million instead of the Blue Jays’ pair of World Series appearances, when he
Miami’s $3 million offer by James Oldham, Boston All-Star outfielder Mookie Betts $5.3 million offer. The 22-year-old right- allowed five runs in 1 2/3 innings.

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In the 52nd minute, NDB doubled its lead.

Fowler and DeChambeau SOCCER Continued from page 11


Kearney triggered the scoring play with a
long clearance pass from the back. A Menlo
defender was first to the ball, but pressure
from Baldini forced the Knights’ defender

share Phoenix Open lead


By John Nicholson yourself.”
“[Wang] is a handful,” McCallion said.
“There’s a reason she’s going to Stanford.
We tried to man-mark her.”
into a mistake and Baldini pounced. She ran
by the defender, got onto the ball and broke
in on goal. With the goalkeeper off her line,
Baldini beat her to the near right post for
Wang did get loose for a couple looks on her 11th goal in seven WBAL games.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Reavie eagled the 17th in a 65. He’s the the Tigers’ goal, but NDB did a good job of
only player without a bogey after two “You just have to reinforce (that the strat-
limiting her chances. egy will work) and be as positive as you
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Rickie Fowler rounds. The Knights’ chances took a big blow
“This is my home tournament, growing can,” McCallion said. “Today it worked.”
took a share of the lead into the weekend in when they lost center fullback Grace Young Menlo’s best scoring chance came in the
the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He up here my whole life and coming to the to an ankle injury 30 seconds into the
tournament and carrying the sign board,” 63rd minute when Gabby Kogler trapped a
knows from experience the party is just get- game, forcing Trevino to drop Kyra Pretre ball down, turned and fired a heavy shot
ting started. Reavie said. “So this is like the fifth major from midfield back to defense, essentially
for me.” from 15 yards out. But NDB goalkeeper
“Just keep the gas pedal down,” Fowler depriving the Knights of two starters. Sophia Viviani made a reaction save with a
said. Fowler birdied four of the first six holes.
The Tigers kept to their tactics of through dive to her right to keep the Knights off the
Fowler has had a lot of success at TPC He bogeyed his old nemesis, the 317-yard
balls to their strikers in the second half and scoreboard.
Scottsdale without win- 17th, after driving short of the green to the
it finally paid off. But it took a bit of luck to Even down 2-0, the Knights still believed
ning. He finished a shot left and chipping across and off the green.
break things loose for the Tigers’ first goal. they were still in the game. After all, they
behind Hunter Mahan in “Funky little chip where we were in a
Six minutes after halftime, NDB earned a had rallied from a 2-0 deficit against the
2010, lost to Hideki good position to make birdie,” Fowler said.
corner kick which Viva Vorzimmer sent to Tigers previously.
Matsuyama on the fourth Two years ago, he blew a two-stroke lead
the front of the goal. Freshman Julia Roche But the Tigers killed any hopes for a
extra hole in 2016, and on 17 in regulation when he drove through
got a head on the ball, but it deflected off a Menlo comeback when Cholakian netted
tied for fourth last year. the green and into the water, then handed the
Menlo defender stationed at the left goal NDB’s third goal in the 70th minute.
“From the first couple playoff to Matsuyama when he hit into the
post. The ball ricocheted right back to Much like Baldini’s goal, Cholakian ran
times I played it, I knew water again.
Roche, who in the scramble in front of the onto a through ball from Roche, who had
it was just kind of a mat- Fowler is wearing a pin on his hat with a
goal poked it into the net to give NDB a 1- intercepted a Menlo clearing pass.
Rickie Fowler ter of time before I would picture of Griffin Connell, the area boy he
0 lead. Cholakian beat her defender and then the
win here,” Fowler said. “I befriended at the event who died last week at
“I was really impressed with my little goalkeeper for a 3-0 NDB lead.
know I can win here. I put myself in posi- age 7. Connell was born with a rare airway
freshman Julia Roche,” McCallion said. “I Wang managed to get off a couple shots
tion plenty of times.” disorder.
dropped her from forward to a midfield role off set pieces for Menlo in the final min-
Fowler was tied with Bryson “I don’t think it’s a coincidence he’s play-
and she worked her tail off.” utes, neither of which was dangerous.
DeChambeau, with each shooting his sec- ing so well this week, either,” said Griffin’s
father, Jim Connell. “Griffin, he’s not here Roche’s hustle goal seemed to inspire the Despite seeing his team dropped from the
ond straight 5-under 66.
with us, but we know he’s watching from rest of the NDB offense. Minutes later, the top spot in the standings, Trevino took a
The festive tournament drew an estimated
above.” Tigers earned a free kick at midfield. long-term approach to the rest of the regular
Friday-record crowd of 191,400 fans, bring-
Scott Stallings (65), Chesson Hadley (68) Vorzimmer put a perfectly placed cross right season, which has only three games remain-
ing the week total to 439,088. The third-
and Chris Kirk (68) were 8 under, and Phil into the path of Roche, but she could not get ing.
round mark of 204,906 set last year is
Mickelson (65) and fellow former Arizona a foot on it. Vorzimmer then had a corner “You just have to turn the page,” Trevino
expected to be shattered Saturday, and the
State player Jon Rahm (68) topped the kick skim off the crossbar. said.
week record of 655,434 from a year ago
could fall with a day to spare. group at 7 under.
DeChambeau birdied the final two holes, The 47-year-old Hall of Famer is making
hitting a wedge to 8 inches on the par-4 his record-tying 29th start in the event he
18th late on another 80-degree afternoon. won in 1996, 2005 and 2013. He birdied the
“I missed a few short putts on the back last three holes — getting the stadium-
nine, so definitely didn’t play my best,” enclosed No. 16 for the second straight day
DeChambeau said. — and four of the final six.
He won the John Deere Classic last year. “There’s no question that I play better
In 2015, the former SMU star became the down the stretch with people here, ”
fifth player to win the NCAA individual title Mickelson said. “I can feel their energy and
and U.S. Amateur in the same year. it helps me focus.”
Daniel Berger and former Arizona State Justin Thomas and first-round leader Bill
player Chez Reavie were a stroke back. Haas were 6 under.
Berger had a bogey-free 65. The fourth-ranked Thomas had his second
“This is the fourth time I’ve been here, so 68. He was bogey-free after dropping three
I’ve kind of figured it out a little bit,” Berger strokes late Thursday with a double bogey
said. “Mostly, it’s just about just enjoying on 16 and a bogey on 17.

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EAGLES
throw if he doesn’t have time and the Eagles

HOOPS Continued from page 11


have a dominant front four led by Fletcher
Cox and Brandon Graham.
The line often generates enough pressure
Continued from page 11 that Schwartz doesn’t have to blitz much
and there’s enough depth with Chris Long,
out there and say, ‘if we just limit Jeffery or Vinny Curry, Tim Jernigan and Beau Allen
“I didn’t even see it, I just threw it up,” if we just limit Ertz that won’t matter.’ They
Manu said. “It felt good, so when people start- that guys stay fresh in the fourth quarter.
have a lot of different guys out there that can Safety Malcolm Jenkins is a physical
ed screaming I was like, ‘I got it.’” beat you.”
But it was the defense of Manu, and guards presence in the secondary and cornerbacks
Foles has been adept at making the right Ronald Darby and Jalen Mills are solid
Donoven Robinson and Chris Swartz in the calls on run-pass option plays, making it
forecourt that led to the second-half turn- cover guys.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL even more difficult for defenses facing “They have a great defense,” Brady said.
around. San Mateo (4-5, 11-10) didn’t shoot Philadelphia.
particularly well in the first half. The Bearcats Aragon center Gabe Lukaszewicz fires a hook “It’s as good any we’ve faced all year. They
shot in Friday’s 58-49 win at San Mateo. “It’s hard because you have to defend have a great scheme that mixes in well with
went just 33.3 percent from the field through-
half, Lui said: “That’s the game right there.” every inch of the field,” McCourty said. their coverages.”
out, including 1 of 9 in the second quarter.
As Aragon was without its star Manu in the “Each guy has to do their job on the play. If the game comes down to a field goal,
Free throw shooting, however, sent San
first season matchup, San Mateo on Friday We can’t have guys doing things that don’t rookie kicker Jake Elliott has a strong leg.
Mateo into the halftime locker room with a
was without starting center Jake Jeffries. The fit the defense.” He kicked a 61-yarder at the end of regula-
26-19 lead. The Bearcats shot 12 of 12 from
the stripe in the second quarter. 6-4 senior won’t return until the playoffs due On the opposite side of the ball, defen- tion to beat the Giants in Week 3 and is 6 of
“We weren’t moving our feet, so we were to a wrist injury. sive coordinator Jim Schwartz has an 7 from beyond 50 yards.
allowing the initial part of our zone to get “It’s a big loss, but you can say it both aggressive unit. Nobody runs on The Eagles shouldn’t be tight and they’re
beat,” Aragon head coach Hosea Patton said. ways,” Lui said. “The first game, they didn’t Philadelphia’s defense. It was No. 1 against not intimidated by the Patriots. They’re a
“So guys were getting over and getting the have Manu. This game we didn’t have Jeffries. the run and didn’t allow a 100-yard rusher loose, relaxed group that has embraced their
calls.” So, you know what? We might have a chance until Ezekiel Elliott had 103 in Week 17 underdog role throughout the playoffs and
In the third quarter, Aragon turned the game to see them again in the playoffs. If that against backups and third-stringers. overcame injuries to several key players.
into a free-for-all. matches up in Division II, we look forward to The Patriots (15-3) rely mainly on “Greatest quarterback of all time, but that
Robinson — who netted a game-high 17 that day.” Brady’s arm, even though Dion Lewis had doesn’t mean that he’s unbeatable,” Jenkins
points — opened the second half with a quick San Mateo’s Ryan Miles-Ferguson, a 6-foot 896 yards rushing and James White was a said of Brady. “We’re not worried. We match
score on one of his four steals. Less than a junior guard, stepped up in Jeffries’ absence, Super Bowl hero last year. But Brady can’t up well.”
minute later, another Bearcats turnover saw notching a double-double with 12 points and
Manu lead the fast break with a sweet bounce a game-high 13 rebounds. San Mateo senior He posted his third straight 1,000-yard
pass to Tommy Cheang. A minute later, Manu
converted another transition bucket with his
first windmill layup of the night — this one
guard DaHay Allen scored a team-high 14
points.
The Bearcats seemed energized by their
PATRIOTS
Continued from page 11
receiving season (1,082) and was second on
the team in receiving yards behind only
Gronkowski (1,084). Running back Dion
he managed to keep his feet after finishing — home crowd as they walked off the court at the Lewis has also found new life just two sea-
to tie it 27-27. end of the first half. But they couldn’t main- sons removed from a knee injury. He led the
The lead went on to change seven times tain it. his career than Brady’s eight. It’s probably team with 896 yards rushing and six rushing
through the remaining six minutes of the “We really feed off our crowd because we’re why Brady chuckled this week when he was touchdowns.
quarter, with Aragon taking the lead for good all like one family at San Mateo,” San Mateo again asked about how long he wanted to
It’s underlined the football savvy of
when Manu tabbed another transition assist senior Antonio McGurk said. “So once they keep playing.
Belichick, who with a sixth Super Bowl vic-
with a pass to Swartz — who came off the get going, we get going. But we couldn’t “Why does everyone want me to retire so tory would pass Vince Lombardi and tie
bench to net 13 points, including 11 in the maintain our focus in the second half.” bad?” Brady said. “I don’t get it. I’m having George Halas and Curly Lambeau for most
second half — to give the Dons a 37-35 edge. It was a similar but opposite scene Jan. 12 fun. The team’s doing good. I know I’m a lit- NFL championships by a coach.
“We fell in to what they wanted to do defen- at Aragon when San Mateo celebrated a dra- tle bit older than most of the guys, but I’m Belichick will be taking part in his 11th
sively,” San Mateo head coach Marvin Lui matic 45-44 win. Even in Friday’s battle for really enjoying it. ... I’m not thinking Super Bowl as a head coach or assistant, the
said. “They just kind of bum-rushed us and fourth place — the two teams entered play about retirement. I’m thinking about the most among any coach in NFL history. That
pressured the ball. And that was the biggest deadlocked for fourth in the Peninsula Super Bowl and trying to win the most amounts to 21.2 percent of all Super Bowls
thing coming in was to limit transition. And Athletic League South Division — the Dons’ important game of the year.” in league history and 34.4 percent of all
in the third quarter we did not do that at all.” sole focus was payback on their rival’s turf. As big as the Brady factor is, he’s not the Super Bowls since his first appearance as
Of San Mateo’s 12 turnovers in the second “We got our revenge,” Manu said. only advantage New England has. the Giants defensive coordinator in 1986.
The Patriots lost go-to receiver Julian Though there have been reports of alleged
Edelman in the preseason to a knee injury friction this season between Belichick,
and linebacker Dont’a Hightower to a sea- Brady and team owner Robert Kraft, it’s
son-ending shoulder injury in October. After clear they are on the same page when it
some early-season struggles, Belichick comes to the pursuit of championships.
found a way to plug the holes, with contri- “It changes every year. The venues are dif-
butions from several previously unheralded ferent, the teams are different, the matchups
players like Trey Flowers, Kyle Van Noy, are different, and the road the team has trav-
Lawrence Guy and Ricky Jean Francois . eled to get here is different, as is the road
New England has also gotten a strong sea- your opponent has traveled,” Belichick
son from receiver Brandin Cook after acquir- said. “Each one is unique. Each one’s spe-
ing him from New Orleans this offseason. cial.”
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Dubs hold off Kings 119-104 Warriors brief remaining following three con-
secutive baskets by Buddy Hield.
SACRAMENTO — Kevin Durant away to even the season series with Omri Casspi stopped the slide for
scored 13 of his 33 points in the Sacramento and give coach Steve the Warriors with a driving layup,
second quarter and matched his Kerr his 248th career victory. Draymond Green added a three-
season-high with six 3-pointers, Golden State also improved to point play and Nick Young made a
and the Warriors beat the Kings 11-0 in games following losses 3-pointer. Durant then scored the
119-104 Friday night. while spoiling Sacramento coach next 10 points for Golden State,
Three nights after getting blown Dave Joeger’s return to the bench. including back-to-back 3s.
out in Utah while suffering their It wasn’t easy keeping that The Warriors committed 25
worst loss of the season, the streak going. turnovers but the Kings rarely
defending NBA champs looked a Sacramento trailed by 14 before took advantage and finished with
little sluggish early before pulling pulling to 89-88 with 7:55 19 points off the miscues.

NBA STANDINGS NHL STANDINGS WHAT’S ON TAP


RUSSELL LABOUNTY/USA TODAY SPORTS EASTERN CONFERENCE EASTERN CONFERENCE SATURDAY
San Jose’s Kevin LeBanc, right, celebrates his goal with his teammates Atlantic Division Atlantic Division Girls’ wrestling
W L Pct GB CCS championships, all day
during the Sharks’ 3-1 win over Columbus. Boston 38 15 .717 —
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Tampa Bay 51 35 13 3 73 183 132
Toronto 35 16 .686 2 Boys’ soccer
Boston 49 30 11 8 68 160 120

Sharks get back


Philadelphia 25 24 .510 11 Serra at St. Ignatius, 11 a.m.
Toronto 53 30 18 5 65 171 146
New York 23 30 .434 15
Brooklyn 19 34 .358 19 Detroit 50 21 21 8 50 132 148 Girls’ soccer
Florida 49 21 22 6 48 140 161 King’s Academy at Sacred Heart Prep, 11 a.m.
Southeast Division Montreal 51 20 25 6 46 130 161
Washington 29 22 .569 — Ottawa 49 16 24 9 41 127 169 College baseball
Miami 29 23 .558 1/2 Buffalo 51 14 28 9 37 117 170 Merced at Cañada, San Mateo at Solano,

in the win column


Charlotte 22 29 .431 7 Cosumnes River at Skyline, 1 p.m.; Menlo at
Orlando 15 35 .300 13 1/2 Metropolitan Division Vanguard, 11 a.m./2 p.m.
Atlanta 15 37 .288 14 1/2 Washington 51 30 16 5 65 159 148
Pittsburgh 53 29 21 3 61 163 159 College softball
Central Division New Jersey 50 26 16 8 60 151 150 Siskiyous at San Mateo, 10 a.m.; NDNU vs.
Cleveland 30 20 .600 — Concordia-Portland at Las Vegas, 11:30 a.m.;
Milwaukee 28 23 .549 2 1/2 Columbus 51 27 20 4 58 134 143
Gavilan at San Mateo, 2 p.m.; NDNU vs. Minot State
By Mitch Stacy Sharks 3, Blue Jackets 1 Indiana 29 24 .547 2 1/2 Philadelphia 51 24 19
Carolina 52 24 20
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142
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at Las Vegas, 4:30 p.m.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Detroit 24 26 .480 6
Chicago 18 33 .353 12 1/2 N.Y. Rangers 51 25 21 5 55 153 155 Men’s college basketball
shoulder and off the bar. N.Y. Islanders 52 25 22 5 55 173 189 Masters University at Menlo, 3 p.m.; NDNU at Cal
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Kevin Columbus was victimized on WESTERN CONFERENCE Baptist, 7:30 p.m.
Southwest Division WESTERN CONFERENCE
Labanc had a goal and an assist, another power play at 10:20 in the Houston 37 13 .740 — Central Division Women’s college basketball
and Martin Jones stopped 28 second when Labanc scored from San Antonio 34 20 .630 5 GP W L OT Pts GF GA NDNU at Cal Baptist, 5 p.m.
New Orleans 28 23 .549 9 1/2
shots to lift the San Jose Sharks to 15 feet out while Seth Jones and Memphis 18 33 .353 19 1/2
Winnipeg 52 30 13 9 69 169 140
Nashville 49 30 12 7 67 151 125 SUNDAY
a 3-1 victory over the Columbus Nick Foligno served penalties. Dallas 16 36 .308 22
St. Louis 53 31 19 3 65 152 134 College softball
Blue Jackets on Friday night. Foligno, the Blue Jackets’ cap- Northwest Division Dallas 52 29 19 4 62 159 138 NDNU vs. Western Oregon at Las Vegas, 2 p.m.
The Sharks’ first two goals came tain, was benched after that goal. Minnesota 33 22 .600 — Minnesota 51 28 18 5 61 152 144
MONDAY
Vlasic got the insurance tally Oklahoma City 30 23 .566 2 Colorado 50 28 18 4 60 164 146
on power plays, with Labanc get- Portland 29 23 .558 2 1/2 Chicago 51 24 20 7 55 150 141
Boys’ soccer
ting a wide-open look at the net when he beat Bobrovsky with a Denver 27 25 .519 4 1/2
Half Moon Bay at San Mateo, 4:30 p.m.
with a 5-on-3 advantage in the sec- backhand 6:51 into the final peri- Utah 23 28 .451 8 Pacific Division College baseball
ond period. Logan Couture and od. Pacific Division
Vegas 51 34 13 4 72 173 137 Bethesda at Menlo, 2 p.m.
Sharks 51 27 16 8 62 149 141
Marc-Edouard Vlasic also scored Warriors 41 11 .788 — Anaheim 52 25 17 10 60 145 144
for San Jose, which snapped a NOTES L.A. Clippers
L.A. Lakers
25
20
25
31
.500
.392
15
20 1/2
Los Angeles 51 27 19 5 59 142 126
TRANSACTIONS
four-game losing streak. Calgary 51 25 18 8 58 143 146
San Jose is 19-0-1 when leading Phoenix 18 35 .340 23 1/2
Edmonton 50 22 24 4 48 138 161
after two periods. ... Couture left Sacramento 16 35 .314 24 1/2 BASEBALL
Sergei Bobrovsky had 25 saves Vancouver 51 21 24 6 48 135 164 American League
for the Blue Jackets, who have lost the game in the third period after Friday’s Games Arizona 51 12 30 9 33 119 176 BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Acquired C Andrew Susac
two in a row and five of their last getting hit in the face with the Charlotte 133, Indiana 126 from Milwaukee for a player to be named or cash
Boston 119, Atlanta 110 Friday’s Games considerations.
seven. Boone Jenner had the lone puck. ... Sharks F Tomas Hertl L.A. Lakers 102, Brooklyn 99 Pittsburgh 7, Washington 4 NEW YORK YANKEES — Agreed to terms with C
goal as Columbus continues to played in his 300th NHL game. ... Toronto 130, Portland 105 Detroit 4, Carolina 1 Francisco Diaz, INF Danny Espinosa, RHP David Hale,
Milwaukee 92, New York 90 C Erik Kratz, LHP Wade LeBlanc, C Chace Numata
struggle offensively. Blue Jackets F Lukas Sedlak Philadelphia 103, Miami 97
San Jose 3, Columbus 1
and INF/OF Jace Peterson on minor league con-
Minnesota 5, Vegas 2
Couture scored 5:07 into the played in his 100th game. . . . New Orleans 114, Oklahoma City 100 Saturday’s Games tracts.
Columbus recalled F Markus Utah 129, Phoenix 97 National League
game with the Blue Jackets’ Matt Golden State 119, Sacramento 104 Ottawa at Philadelphia, 10 a.m. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Promoted Burke
Calvert in the penalty box for trip- Hannikainen from Cleveland Saturday’s Games Anaheim at Montreal, 10 a.m. Badenhop to special assistant to the general man-
(AHL) on Friday, but he was a Chicago at L.A. Clippers, 12:30 p.m. Detroit at Florida, 4 p.m. ager; Peter Wardell to assistant director, international
ping. Couture got his 22nd goal of Miami at Detroit, 4 p.m. Pittsburgh at New Jersey, 4 p.m. scouting; Ian Rebhan to coordinator, amateur scout-
the season when he snapped a shot scratch for the game, along with D Philadelphia at Indiana, 4 p.m. St. Louis at Buffalo, 4 p.m. ing and Cory Swope to coordinator, minor league
from the high slot over the glove Scott Harrington. . . . Forwards Washington at Orlando, 4 p.m. Columbus at N.Y. Islanders, 4 p.m. video. Named Jason Parks director, professional
Jannick Hansen and Marcus Houston at Cleveland, 5:30 p.m. Colorado at Winnipeg, 4 p.m. scouting; Robert Van Scoyoc hitting strategist; Max
of Bobrovsky, who was shielded Golden State at Denver, 6 p.m. Toronto at Boston, 4 p.m. Phillips analyst, baseball operations research & de-
by 6-foot-5 defenseman Brent Sorensen, and D Tim Heed were New Orleans at Minnesota, 6 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Nashville, 5 p.m. velopment and Alex Lorenzo diversity pipeline
Burns. scratched for the Sharks. Utah at San Antonio, 6 p.m. Minnesota at Dallas, 5 p.m. fellow.
Dallas at Sacramento, 7 p.m. NHL
Tampa Bay at Vancouver, 7 p.m.
Jenner tied the score 4:30 into Sunday’s Games NHL — Suspended Buffalo F Johan Larsson two
the second period with his fifth UP NEXT Atlanta at New York, 9 a.m. Chicago at Calgary, 7 p.m.
Arizona at Los Angeles, 7:30 p.m.
games for cross checking Florida F Vincent Trocheck
Memphis at Toronto, 9 a.m. in the face during a Feb. 1 game.
goal of the season and first in 13 San Jo s e: Plays at Carolina on Milwaukee at Brooklyn, 9 a.m. Sunday’s Games MLS
games. He rifled a shot from the Sunday. Portland at Boston, 9 a.m. Vegas at Washington, 9:30 a.m. COLUMBUS CREW — Signed M Ricardo Clark.
L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City, 11 a.m. San Jose at Carolina, 10 a.m. NEW YORK RED BULLS — Signed M Cristian
top of the left circle over Jones’ Charlotte at Phoenix, noon Ottawa at Montreal, 10 a.m. Casseres Jr.
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Chevron. The Dow Jones industrial average “Continuing with the policy of the Yellen and remodeling.

ECONOMY
Continued from page 1
was tumbling more than 300 points in mid-
day trading.
In January, average hourly pay rose 9
Fed is the right one,” she said. “Slow, meas-
ured increases; don’t rush it too fast.”
Roughly 275 companies have announced
Manufacturers added 15,000, health care
26,000. Professional and business servic-
es, which includes highly-paid jobs in engi-
cents to $26. 74 after an even bigger bonuses and higher minimum wages since neering and accounting, added 23, 000.
increase in December. Compared with 12 the Republican tax overhaul was enacted Restaurants, hotels, bars and entertainment
states also likely boosted pay last month.
months earlier, wages are up 2.9 percent — late last year and sharply cut corporate gained 35,000.
The figures point to an economy on strong
the biggest gain since the recession ended taxes. Most of those companies awarded Most other recent economic data have
footing, fueled by consumer spending and
eight years ago. one-time bonuses, which typically aren’t also been encouraging. Factories, for exam-
global growth.
Weak wage growth has been one of the included in the government’s calculation of ple, expanded rapidly in January, according
“Labor is becoming scarce, and employ-
economy’s most persistent shortcomings hourly pay. to a survey of purchasing managers, in part
ers have to work to find, retain and train
employees,” Diane Swonk, chief economist for nearly a decade. But with fewer workers A key question is whether last month’s because a weaker U. S. dollar and solid
at Grant Thornton, said. “This is new for to hire, some employers are being forced to gain can be sustained. Other reports also growth overseas have boosted U. S.
many employers.” raise pay. suggest that pay increases are picking up. A exports.
The pickup in wages could make it likeli- Many economists credit the Fed’s low- quarterly measure of wages and salaries in And many Americans appear confident
er that the Federal Reserve will raise short- rate policies under Chair Janet Yellen with the private sector, released Wednesday, enough to buy homes: Sales of existing
term interest rates more quickly in coming stimulating enough growth to bolster hir- showed that they increased in the October- houses reached their highest level in 11
months. In anticipation of inflation pres- ing and wages. Yellen’s final day at the Fed December quarter by the most in nearly years in 2017. At the same time, would-be
sures and of a possible acceleration of Fed is Friday, and next week she will join the three years. buyers are struggling to find suitable homes
rate hikes, investors sent the yield on the Brookings Institution. President Donald Still, the gains aren’t equally spread. A because so few properties are available for
benchmark 10-year Treasury note surging Trump chose not to offer her a second term separate measure of hourly wages that does- sale. The demand for housing helped lift
after the jobs report was released. The yield and instead named Jerome Powell, a former n’t include managers rose 2.4 percent over home building in 2017 to its fastest pace in
reached 2.84 percent, from 2.79 percent investment banker and Fed governor, to be the past year, more slowly than the broader a decade. Construction companies added
before the jobs report was released. chairman of the central bank. figure. That suggests that managers and 210,000 jobs last year, the most in two
Stock prices also plunged after the jobs Tara Sinclair, an economics professor at supervisors have received the biggest bene- years.
report was issued, partly in response to the George Washington University, said she fits. Economic growth could reach 2.5 percent
prospect of higher rates as well as to poor thought the wage increases in the jobs Hiring was broad-based last month. to 3 percent this year, some economists
earnings reports from Google’s parent com- report still support the case for continuing Construction companies added 36, 000 have forecast, which would top 2017’s
pany Alphabet, Exxon Mobile and the Fed’s go-slow approach. jobs, lifted by demand for new homes pace.

Republicans’ agenda when the plan was local taxes people can deduct on their feder- Brown’s tenure, he voiced support for con-
TOWN HALL passed in December. But she said political
pressure to maintain majorities in the
House and Senate in the next election cycle
al income tax returns. The bill, which
passed in the California Senate Tuesday
could offer a work around, allowing
tinuing the conversation with the next
governor.
“We need to stabilize our revenue stream
Continued from page 1 caused congressional leaders to back away California taxpayers to make charitable and try to eliminate some of the volatility
from a conversation about reducing entitle- donations to a new fund dubbed the in California,” he said. “There will be an
corporate tax rate could affect employees ment benefits, and that Democrats would California Excellence Fund in lieu of state ongoing annual conversation on how we
and low-income residents. fight to prevent such a conversation from income taxes. They could then reduce their modernize the California tax code.”
Though Speier was joined by state Sen. happening should it surface again. state tax obligation by 85 percent of their Though Burlingame residents and retired
Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, Assemblyman “Part of my job is to be realistic and tell contribution, which would help fund gov- teachers Paula Zimmerman and Ken Dotson
Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco, and you what is likely and what is unlikely,” ernment programs such as California’s were encouraged by Speier’s reassurances
two tax professionals to address concerns she said. “I don’t want you to worry about higher education system. about Medicare and Social Security bene-
about the new plan, she didn’t shy away Social Security or Medicare.” Though Mullin was optimistic the bill fits, they agreed their eyes were opened to
from emphasizing the magnitude of the For others wondering how the changes would pass in the Assembly, he noted offi- the way the plan was put in place and its
cuts included in it, which she said are would affect their refunds next year as well cials with the IRS may have concerns about potential effects.
expected to generate close to $2.3 trillion as local services they use, state legislation the proposed legislation. He added that an “I think there’s so many things poten-
into the national debt over the next 10 offered some hope. Acknowledging the new Assembly bill proposing to redirect half of tially coming down the pike,” said Dotson.
years and heavily favor the wealthy tax- tax plan hit wealthier taxpayers in high-tax the corporate tax cuts to program benefit- “It’s going to impact people more than
payers while cutting services for low- states, Hill said state legislators have been ing low-income families could mitigate they think.”
income earners. crafting bills aimed at softening its impact. some of the plan’s effect as well. Though Zimmerman said she was aware
“So who pays in the end for this little “That’s one area where the state and can But for Mullin, taking a closer look at the tax cuts would largely benefit the
benefit that some of us are going to do something about that to help modernizing the California tax code topped wealthy before she attended the event, she
receive? … It’s our kids. It’s truly serious,” Californians,” he said. the list the measures he hoped legislators hoped others would consider attending sim-
she said. Hill looked to Senate Bill 227, a bill he would take up to shift the state’s depend- ilar events and having their own conversa-
Topping the fears of many was whether and four other state senators, including ence on the health of the stock market and tions to better understand the plan’s impli-
the new plan signaled a reduction in Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, D- high-income earners and steady the state’s cations.
Medicare and Social Security benefits, Los Angeles, authored to stem the effects of revenue. Though he wasn’t hopeful such an “I don’t think there’s enough conversa-
which Speier said had been next on the the $10,000 cap on the amount of state and overhaul would take place under Gov. Jerry tions about what’s happening,” she said.

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Jordan Peele
Actor Oscars, ‘Get Out’
and Whoopi Goldberg
SEE PAGE 20

High school taught


me to be a leader
By Sophie Penn

W
hen I first stepped onto campus
at Carlmont High School, I was
a small, terrified 14-year-old.
I was already planning out the AP courses
I would take, I refused to look upperclass-
men in the eye and I dutifully toted my
oversized backpack to class every day
because I was scared that going to my lock-
er would make me late.
To sum it all up, I was
pretty much the last
thing one would imagine
when they heard the term
“leader.”
However, much to my
own surprise, four years
later I’m a supervisor in
student government, an
editor in chief in journalism and a leader on
What’s astonishing about the actual experience of watching ‘A Fantastic Woman’ is how small of ‘a thing’ it really is, and in that way perhaps campus.
one of the truest expressions of modern transgender life that we’ve ever seen in a fictional film. Obviously, this change didn’t happen
overnight. I credit a lot of it to the oppor-

A star is born in ‘A
tunities I had through the various activities
I joined.
It may not seem like it, but high school
truly is the ideal place to grow as both an
individual and a leader. It’s a time in one’s
life where no one quite knows who they

Fantastic Woman’
By Lindsey Bahr
are, but everyone’s just on the cusp of fig-
uring it out. It’s a time for trying new
things, taking on different roles and dis-
covering passions.
For me, it began on the very first day, in
Chile, you’ve likely heard this fact. It ridiculous complications, some bureaucrat- my Leadership 1 class, which is ironic
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS might even be the only thing you know ic, some purely emotional, that emerge and because I had only signed up for the course
about it. seem to stem from the fact that she is trans- because I had felt obligated to take a sev-
What’s astonishing about the actual expe- gender. enth period.
The lead character of Sebastian Lelio’s
At the hospital where Orlando dies, the Right away, I began learning how to
film “A Fantastic Woman” is named Marina. rience of  watching “A Fantastic Woman” is
how small of “a thing” it really is, and in fact that her legal name is still her birth shake hands with people, keep eye contact
She is a nightclub singer and a waitress. She
name and not Marina becomes an issue with and build trust in a group.
has a boyfriend, Orlando, who is much older that way perhaps one of the truest expres-
sions of modern transgender life that we’ve a cop (who an uncomfortable doctor calls However, I didn’t just get the practical
than her, but that matters little. They are
when she leaves the scene after he’s pro- application of the class, I also was learn-
clearly smitten with one another and in that ever seen in a fictional film. Marina is just
nounced dead). A social worker, too, ing conceptual leadership lessons that
post-honeymoon phase of the relationship Marina. She has a delicate beauty, and a cool
becomes obsessed with checking on could be applied to every aspect of my life.
where things are still passionate, but also choppy Alexa Chung-like haircut and style.
Marina, which she continues to explain is I learned to understand different personality
calm and comforting. They’re planning a On stage, she’s performs with a sultry con-
just a matter of procedure and to ensure that styles, communicate professionally with
trip together. She’s moving in. Life is mov- fidence. Off stage, she’s quieter and almost
ing along nicely it seems. reserved, but very present, especially she was not abused or a sex worker, but adults and be accountable.
which feels nothing but invasive and inap- I gained these skills through a specific
Marina is also a transgender woman, por- around Orlando (Francisco Reyes). propriate from Marina’s perspective. leadership class, but they are available to
trayed by a transgender actress, Daniela But one night, Orlando dies suddenly and Orlando’s family, too, is unconscionably
anyone who plays an active role in a club,
Vega. If you’ve heard of “A Fantastic Marina’s tranquility is thrown into a tail-
Woman,” which recently picked up a best spin — not just from the death of her love,
foreign language film nomination for but from all the unnecessary and often See WOMAN, Page 22 See STUDENT, Page 22

Big names of early ’50s


meet in ‘Insignificance’
By Judy Richter Mosher), who barges in with two bottles of
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT whiskey. Because The Professor is to testify
before the House Un-American Activities
The premise of Terry Johnson’s Committee the next morning, The Senator
“Insignificance, ” presented by Dragon wants to rehearse The Professor’s answers
Theatre, sounds like the start of a joke: and strike a deal with him.
He leaves after The Professor quietly refus-
What happens when Albert Einstein,
es. Shortly thereafter, The Actress (Jessica
Joseph McCarthy, Marilyn Monroe and Joe
Lea Risco) bangs on his door. She’s trying
DiMaggio get together?
to escape fans pursuing her after shooting
Well, except for Monroe and DiMaggio, the iconic scene of Monroe standing on a
who once were married, it’s unlikely that the subway grate while her skirt billows up.
four ever got together, but they do in the They subsequently have a long discussion
New York hotel room of The Professor (Jim about the theory of relativity.
Johnson) in about 1953. LANCE HUNTLEY
He’s first visited by The Senator (Gary See DRAGON, Page 22 Gary Mosher, Jim Johnson and Jessica Lea Risco star in ‘Insignificance.’
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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

GARS ON KANIN’ S “B ORN YES -


TERDAY”: A PERFECTLY TIMED
COMEDY DELIGHT AT SAN FRAN-
CISCO PLAYHOUSE. “Born Yesterday.”
It was the 1946 Broadway stage hit and the
1950 screen gem that made a star out of Judy
Holliday as Billie Dawn, the former show-
girl and not-quite-fiancée to Harry Brock, a
loutish businessman who has come to
Washington to seal some political deals.
The rough-edged Harry thinks it’s Billie
who needs “polishing,” so while he pursues Kensington Park Hotel, one-half block
his unsavory negotiations, he hires a jour- from Union Square in the heart of
nalist to “smarten her up.” But Billie’s sud- Downtown San Francisco.
den intake of book-learning gives Harry OH, AND DID YOU KNOW? “Born
more than he bargained for as it gets her Yesterday” (the play) premiered on
thinking about what her life with Harry is Broadway in 1946, starring Judy Holliday
… and what a life without Harry might be. as Billie Dawn. The play was adapted into a
With a smashing Millie Brooks sparkling successful 1950 film of the same name with
as the ditzy Billie, this classic fast-paced, Holliday reprising her role and, eventually,
wisecrack-filled comedy is as fresh as newly winning the Oscar for Best Actress over
minted and as smart as it can be. Written by Gloria Swanson for Sunset Boulevard and
Bette Davis and Anne Baxter for All About JESSICA PALOPOLI
Garson Kanin. Directed by Susi Damilano.
Two hours and 30 minutes with one inter- Eve. Former showgirl Billie Dawn (Millie Brooks) and her tutor Paul Verrall (Jason Kapoor) get to know
mission. Through March 10. MORE ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO one another in Garson Kanin’s classic comedy ‘Born Yesterday,’ at San Francisco Playhouse
AN ASIDE: Director Susi Damilano said: PLAYHOUSE. Located in the heart of the through March 10.
“When I read this play, I was immediately Union Square Theater District, San FESTIVAL: FREE PREVIEW AT THE public, takes place 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Feb. 22
struck by how resoundingly its message Francisco Playhouse is an intimate alterna- SAN FRANCISCO PRESIDIO. Catch a at The Presidio Officers’ Club, 50 Moraga
still rings after 70 years. The timeless story tive to the larger, more traditional theater sneak preview of trailers of the 2018 Ave., San Francisco. For information call
of integrity triumphing over political self- fare. The comfortable second-floor lobby Official Selections of the 15th Anniversary (415) 561-4323. The festival will take
interest feels as relevant as ever — and, I has an attractive bar serving both before International Ocean Film Festival. Meet the place March 8-11, with all screenings at the
hope, will provide us with an opportunity performances and during intermissions. San jury members and filmmakers who curate the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason Center. Visit
to reflect on our own human nature.” Francisco Playhouse provides audiences the festival, which offers a unique opportunity http://oceanfilmfest.org/ for a complete
TICKETS AND S TAGE DIREC- opportunity to experience professional the- to see inspiring ocean-themed independent schedule of screenings and events.
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tion call (415) 677-9596 or visit design in a setting where seats are close to inspires people to appreciate and care for
www. sfplayhouse. org. San Francisco the action. the ocean by revealing its wonders through Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay
*** independent films. The International Ocean Area Theatre Critics Circle and the American
Playhouse is located at 450 Post St., San Theatre Critics Association. She may be reached at
Francisco, on the second floor of the INTERNATIONAL OCEAN FILM Film Festival Preview, which is free to the susan@smdailyjournal.com.

Jordan Peele talks Oscars, ‘Get Out’ and Whoopi Goldberg


By Sandy Cohen director and original screenplay for his nomination for a sketch he wrote for process. I’m trying
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS directorial debut, “Get Out.” The star of the MADtv. He was nominated seven more understand how I got
horror/satire, Daniel Kaluuya, was also times for his contributions to “Key & here from this time last
LOS ANGELES — Jordan Peele has been nominated for best actor. Peele,” the hit Comedy Central sketch show year not knowing if this
dreaming of his Oscar moment since he was “Get Out” may be Peele’s breakthrough, he created with Keegan-Michael Key. Peele movie was going to real-
13, but now that it’s happened, he can hard- but the actor, writer, director and producer also co-wrote and co-starred (with Key) in ly work or really not
ly believe it. has been honing his skills for more than a the 2016 action-comedy “Keanu.” work.
The 38-year-old received Academy Award dozen years. He started getting awards He said having his work recognized by AP: What a di ffer-
nominations last week for best picture, notice in 2008, when he shared in an Emmy the film academy has given him “faith in ence a y ear makes .
my voice.” Jordan Peele Peel e: I’m definitely
“It’s like jet fuel,” Peele said in an inter- feeling the love and feel-
view after last week’s nominations. “It ing with joy and honor of this accomplish-
makes me want to make as many movies ment. But it has been a bittersweet year
that I can in my life.” knowing that it has not been a great one for
Peele’s comments have been edited for everybody.
clarity and brevity. AP: Ho w was Os car no mi nati o ns
AP: So ho w do es i t feel to be a mo rni ng fo r y o u?
tri pl e Academy Award no mi nee? Peel e: I woke up a few minutes after the
Peel e: Well, I’m not used to hearing yet.
It’s a really overwhelming thing to try and See PEELE, Page 22

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Marin Theatre stages ‘Skeleton Crew’


By Judy Richter off Dez’s flirting, but chemistry develops.
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT Dez appears to be dangerous and possibly
devious.
As playwright Dominique Morisseau tells The characters are sometimes difficult to
it in “Skeleton Crew,” uncertainty hangs understand. This is mainly true of
over the lives of four black employees of Thompson as Dez, especially in his fast-
Detroit’s last auto stamping plant in 2008. talking initial scenes.
Marin Theatre Company is presenting the Director Jade King Carroll orchestrates
Bay Area premiere of this Obie-winning the action well. She’s aided by fine perform-
drama as a co-production with ances by Hall as Faye, Cunningham as
TheatreWorks. Shanita and Gardner as Reggie. Thompson
The action occurs in the break room where has a tougher task as Dez because the char-
the pregnant and unmarried Shanita (Tristan acter isn’t always likable.
Cunningham), supervisor Reggie (Lance Since this is a co-production, the set was
Gardner), union representative Faye (Margo built in TheatreWorks’ scene shop and
Hall) and edgy Dez (Christian Thompson) trucked to Marin, said TheatreWorks artistic
have conversations and confrontations. director Robert Kelley, who was at opening
With fears that the plant will close, each night with others from his company.
has a concern. Shanita wants to care for her Running about two hours with one inter-
child. Reggie wants to support his family mission, “Skeleton Crew” will continue
and pay his mortgage. He’s also torn through Feb. 18 at Marin Theatre Company,
between backing the workers and appeasing 397 Miller Ave., Mill Valley. For tickets
management. and information, call (415) 388-5208 or
Faye, a 29-year worker, wants to reach the visit marintheatre.org.
30-year mark to collect her full pension and The entire production, including set, cos- KEVIN BERNE
keep her health benefits. Dez wants to open tumes and cast, will move to the Lucie Stern Faye (Margo Hall), Reggie (Lance Gardner) and Dez (Christian Thompson) star in‘Skeleton Crew.’
his own business. Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto,
Faye is the voice of reason, but she has for TheatreWorks’ presentation running
secrets that are gradually revealed. One March 7-April 1. For tickets and informa-
involves ties with Reggie that go way back. tion call (650) 463-1960 or visit theatre-
Shanita plays by the rules and tries to fend works.org.

Lupita Nyong’o cheers Me People in the news


Too and Time’s Up movements phone call that I’m receiving, I feel like the
LOS ANGELES — Lupita Nyong’o is hail- most important thing is the public, inti-
ing the “public, intimate conversation” mate conversation that is happening, ”
about sexual misconduct in Hollywood and Nyong’o said Wednesday at the press junket
elsewhere. for Marvel’s superhero movie “Black
The 34-year-old actress who wrote an Panther.”
essay in October detailing her experiences “I am very encouraged by how we are all
with Harvey Weinstein said she’s been talking about sexual harassment, and just
happy to see the growth since then of the sexual conduct. You know — what are the
(hash)MeToo and Time’s Up movements. lines? What are the lines, what are the
“It feels like the public story right now is signs?” Nyong’o said.
very, very intimate. So whether or not it’s a
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PEELE
workers; my role as a leader was more had learned about leadership.
STUDENT
Continued from page 19
to facilitate and inspire than to man-
age. However, in journalism, leader-
ship had a very different connota-
Once I made these adjustments, the
publication began running much
more smoothly and the quality Continued from page 20
tion. improved.
I function as editor in chief of the Journalism and student government
organization or extra-curricular activ- broadcast video publication and am are just my experiences with leader- announcements were made. I was just getting really great texts
ity. responsible for overseeing six seg- ship in high school, but the skills from just about everybody I’ve ever met. And my (6-month-
However, it’s important to keep in ment producers. are available to anyone who takes old) son slept through the night, so that was also huge. So it
mind that different courses and leader- was like kind of a party at my house... Both he and I with our
When I first started out, I tried to advantage of the opportunities to get
ship opportunities often result in a greatest accomplishments to date on the same morning.
lead the same way I had in student involved and create change. AP: Di d y o u al l o w y o urs el f to co ns i der thi s po s -
different skill set. government; I brought doughnuts to Every organization is going to
In student government, much of s i bi l i ty when y o u were wri ti ng s ketches fo r “Key
motivate the students and encouraged have different expectations for leader- & Peel e?”
what I’ve learned revolves around them throughout the process of mak- ship, but the value comes in applying
selflessness, responsibility and a Peel e: I’ve been dreaming about this moment since I was
ing their first videos. the conceptual skills and understand- 13. I’ve gone through times where I believed in it and times
passion to make change and inspire. I assumed that would be enough. ing how to utilize different techniques when I didn’t believe in it. So to have it happen, it comes
Within student government, I was However, I quickly realized that the and styles in various situations. with a really important lesson and realization for me which
responsible for planning all of the laissez-faire style I had employed in The best part is, learning how to be is that it’s bigger than me. It’s an important thing for a lot
schoolwide assemblies. This meant student government would not be an effective leader isn’t just benefi- of people and the people who supported the film and the
that not only did I have to be organ- effective in this situation. cial in high school — it will be people out there who have the same dream but feel like they
ized and creative, but I had to learn The quality of videos was poor. prevalent throughout the rest of one’s can’t do it for whatever reason.
how to communicate efficiently with Deadlines were consistently being life. AP: Audi ences l o v ed “Get Out, ” but do es the
unreliable students and adults and missed and something just didn’t seem academy l o v e feel di fferent?
push through obstacles as they came to be clicking with the team. I real- Peel e: Yes, it does mean something different. I didn’t
up, ized that I had to assume more control Sophie Penn is a senior at Carlmont High know that it would, but now that this has arrived, I’m remind-
Luckily, the commission I worked and start “micromanaging” my publi- School in Belmont. Student News appears in ed of when I watched Whoopi Goldberg win her Oscar for
with was comprised of incredible the weekend edition. You can email Student “Ghost.” And I remember she sent a message out in her speech
cation — going against everything I News at news@smdailyjournal.com.
that was for me. She said, ‘Don’t let anything stop you. If you
want this, if you have a dream, follow that dream and you can
achieve it.’ And I’ll always remember that. So hopefully that’s
the message that this sends to other young artists of color and
women and people who ... feel like they’re outsiders and
won’t be allowed into this industry or won’t be accepted.
Hopefully they can sort of feel some of that message too.

WOMAN
Continued from page 19

cruel to her —  save for his brother, Gabo (Luis Gnecco),


who seems to be the only person in the film empathetic to
the fact that Marina is just a human who has lost a loved
one.
Every day is filled with the ever-present threat that some-
one is going to be uncomfortable with her.  Marina is gra-
cious and accommodating almost to a fault, both to the
insidiously subtle kinds of judgment and the more outward
violence and hatred. Orlando’s ex-wife tells her in no uncer-
tain terms that she is not welcome at the funeral or wake.
His grief stricken son is disgusted by her and makes no
attempt to hide. And all Marina wants to do is grieve in her
own way.
Lelio’s film occasionally delves into some magical real-
ism as Marina struggles to maintain her composure amid
such callous inhumanity from so many people, which is a
beautiful if jarring disruption in a film that’s otherwise so
committed to reality.
It’s Vega’s extraordinary performance, full of grace and
depth, that keeps “A Fantastic Woman” in check from
becoming something either too campy or too sanctimo-
nious. It’s one that has the power to make an audience real-
ly understand and internalize why it is an act of bravery to
simply live life as herself, and perhaps even change some
minds in the process.
“A Fantastic Woman,” a Sony Pictures Classics release, is
rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for
“language, sexual content, nudity and a disturbing assault.”
Running time: 104 minutes. Three stars out of four.

DRAGON
Continued from page 19

Next to arrive is The Ballplayer (Nick Mandracchia), who


angrily demands that The Actress return home. What follow
are a marital spat and discussion about the relationship.
Characters come and go throughout the next several
hours. It’s all quite talky, but there’s not enough back story
for those who aren’t familiar with what was going in the
early ‘50s, especially the Red Scare and McCarthy’s efforts
to root out perceived communists and communist sympa-
thizers.
It’s also puzzling why the playwright makes The Senator
from Louisiana when McCarthy was from Wisconsin.
Still, direction by Laura Jane Bailey keeps things going
rather smoothly, thanks in large part to Johnson’s mild
demeanor as The Professor and Risco’s nuanced perform-
ance at The Actress. Mosher as The Senator and
Mandracchia as The Ballplayer tend to bluster.
Eric Johnson’s hotel room set is serviceable, but Edward
Liptzin’s lighting changes are sometimes abrupt. Kathleen
Qiu’s costumes help to define the characters. Her dress for
The Actress looks a lot like Monroe’s.
Running about an hour and 40 minutes with one intermis-
sion, “Insignificance” has some interesting moments, but
not enough to elevate it to significant theater, nor is it
appropriate for the younger set.
It will continue through Feb. 18 at Dragon Theatre, 2120
Broadway, Redwood City. For tickets and information call
(650) 493-2006, Ext. 2, or visit dragonproductions.net.
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Master Sinfonia presents a gem in the woods


By David Bratman Ascending. ” As an with strong attacks on story-telling work, even if we don’t know
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT ornately written, com- the notes resembled the exactly what the story is. In contrast to
plex piece for three sep- sound of a harpsichord, the slow intimacy of the other works, he
arately-moving string an instrument still in had the orchestra play the symphony fast
The Master Sinfonia Chamber groups, the Tallis use for keyboard music and dramatically. The surges and broad
Orchestra, conducted by its music director, Fantasia is a challenge in Mozart’s time. melodic patches in the work were thrilling
David Ramadanoff, gave a gem of a con- for the intonation and Ramadanoff led both and beautiful.
cert last weekend. ensemble of a non-pro- these works slowly and The only problem was one of balance in
It showed what great works of music may fessional orchestra. graciously, lending the ensemble. The strings were just not
be heard at small concerts in our neck of Master Sinfonia must
the woods. And woods it literally was in, David Hans Boepple intimacy to the presen- populous enough, or therefore strong
for Master Sinfonia plays in the tree-fes- Ramadanoff have worked diligently tation. Felix enough, to stand up against the rest of the
on this one, for though Mendelssohn’s “Scottish” Symphony players. The winds and brass were every-
tooned quarters of the Portola Valley the players were few in number, the lay- wasn’t like that. thing that could be asked for, bold and full
Presbyterian Church and the Los Altos ered sonorities came out with all the The “Scottish” exists in the shadow of of character. But there were balance prob-
United Methodist Church. I heard the antique holy effect that the composer Mendelssohn’s other great mature sym- lems when, for instance, horns and cellos
Sunday, Jan. 28, performance in Los wanted. phony, the “Italian.” Shadow is the right played together.
Altos. W.A. Mozart’s Piano Concerto in B-flat, word for it, for the “Italian” is bright and Master Sinfonia’s next concert will take
The particular charm of this program K. 595, is his final work in this form. But sunny, the “Scottish” dark-toned and over- place March 3 and 4, featuring another
came in the choice of repertoire: three per- despite the rule that Mozart became con- cast. But Mendelssohn was more satisfied great mid 19th-century symphony, Robert
manently cherishable masterworks that sistently greater throughout his short with the “Scottish,” which he published, Schumann’s Second; another work by
don’t get overplayed, often brushed aside composing life, it doesn’t get played as while holding the “Italian” for a revision Vaughan Williams, his Tuba Concerto
in favor of more famous works by the much as some of its predecessors. But it he never finished. To my ears a symphony (yes, a concerto for tuba); and a lively
same composers. has all the charm and beauty a listener to should be serious, and the “Scottish” is introductory movement by the contempo-
Ralph Vaughan Williams’ “Fantasia on a Mozart expects. Hans Boepple, for many perhaps the greatest single symphony rary local composer John Adams. The sea-
Theme by Thomas Tallis,” based on an years now on the piano faculty at Santa between Beethoven and Brahms. Its dark son will conclude on May 5 and 6 with a
English Renaissance hymn, dates from Clara University, played the solo part. His tone and distinctive harmonies set the Mendelssohn extravaganza: one of his
not long before World War I, as does the crisp, even-paced articulation brought a style for Scottish Romantic music from remarkably mature early string sym-
composer’s similarly brief and more- jewel-box quality to Mozart’s lyrical other composers to come. phonies and his cantata setting Goethe’s
renowned violin concerto “The Lark themes. The piano’s light tone combined To Ramadanoff, the “Scottish” is a poem on “The First Walpurgis Night.”

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Ricardo call the U.S. Marshal’s Service tip line Google Drive Workshop. 10:15 a.m.
Police said Colindres, now 28, was a Colindres Colindres and the Coping with Dementia for South San Francisco Main Library,
transient and a former resident of victim were argu- at (800) 336-0102 or the Pacifica Caregivers Class. 10 a.m. to noon. 840 W. Orange Ave., South San
Brisbane. He’s described as a Hispanic ing, Capt. Joe Spanheimer said on the Police Department at (650) 738-7314. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Francisco. Learn about cloud stor-
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. age, sharing documents and other
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information call 522-7490. Participants should have a Google
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Squared 2018. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Veterans Memorial Senior Center, HTML Coding. 4 p.m. South San
in Hawaii and Fleet Week in San ed, I was relatively timid,” she said.

CADETS
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Francisco.
Wen, who plays bass clarinet in the
band, competes on Aragon’s varsity
“All my trainings and climbing the
ranks allowed my leadership skills to
grow and that will benefit me the rest
1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City.
The Kainos Dance Team will perform
at 7pm on Friday and at 11 a.m. and
2 p.m. on Saturday. Free parking
available. For more information call
868-9027.
Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
Learn basic techniques in develop-
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game and/or web page user inter-
face. For more information call 829-
volleyball and badminton teams and is of my life.” 3860.
the class vice president. While the two teens will achieve the ABC Mouse — B ring Learning
Camp Parks in Dublin, getting up in highest rank in the program this year, Home. 10:30 a.m. 840 W. Orange CSIX Effective Job Network ing. 6
the morning for calisthenics just like Ghaddar is the band’s tenor saxo- Ave., South San Francisco. Come to p.m. to 8:30 p.m. First Presbyterian
phonist. She competes on her both plan to continue training and the library for a demonstration of Church of Burlingame, 1500 Easton
adult recruits. The cadets can sign up inspiring younger cadets next year ABC Mouse. Recommended for ages Drive, Burlingame. For more informa-
for advanced, optional training in school’s varsity swim team, and is lead 2 and up.For more information call tion call 522-0701.
saxophone in the school’s jazz ensem- when they’re high school seniors. 829-3860.
technical and career fields such as sea- AI Robotics 101: Build Your First
manship, scuba diving, martial arts, ble. Ghaddar will be pinned by her moth- Roaming R eaders. Noon. Oyster Cognitive AI Robot Workshop. 6:30
aviation, cooking, engineering and Both are also members of BOTW’s er and brother, a former sea cadet in Point Marina, 95 Harbor Master p.m. to 9 p.m. IBM Innovation Center,
more, if they want to earn rank and Cyber Security Team, where they Band of the West, and Wen will be Road, South San Francisco. Meet 1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City.
with other readers to discuss books $15 entry fee, $20 at the door. For
move up. developed cyber security strategies to pinned by her brother, also a former while walking local trails. Club will more information call 555-1212.
Cogan, the commanding officer of combat computer hacking. Their team sea cadet in the band, along with her meet in front of the fishing pier at
father, a lieutenant junior grade in the Oyster Point Marina. For more infor- Anti-Aging Secrets Work shop:
the Band of the West unit, said the pro- made it to a National Finals competi- mation contact valle@plsinfo.org. What’s Stress Got to do with it? 7
gram offers nearly all extracurricular tion in Baltimore last year. program. p.m. to 8 p.m. New Leaf Community
The annual inspection, performance Escape Room. 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 Market, 150 San Mateo Road, Half
activities available to students in one For Ghaddar, traveling to a variety of p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. South Moon Bay. Certified health and well-
program. training events around the country was and rank promotion ceremony will be San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. ness coach Shawnya Michaels will
Feb. 3 at American Legion Post 105 in Orange Ave., South San Francisco. explore how stress affects aging and
“It’s like an apprenticeship for a highlight of the program. “Meeting Solve puzzles and riddles with a how to reduce the effects. $10. For
developing well-rounded young so many people across the country and Redwood City. team to extract a device. Online reg- more information call 726-3110.
seeing their lifestyles and family situ- “It’s a testimony to the hard work istration required. Ages 11 and older.
adults,” he said. For more information call 829-3860. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7
The Band of the West gets invited to ations and learning why they joined we’ve done over the past four years,” Sons In Retirement B ranch 4
venues such as the Navy Seal the program gave me a unique perspec- Wen said. “It’s a really big deal for us.” Superhero Training Camp. 1 p.m. Lunch. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Elks
to 3 p.m. Grand Avenue Library, 306 Lodge, 920 Stonegate Drive, South
Foundation golf tournament at the tive,” she said. Walnut Ave., South San Francisco. San Francisco. Cost is $19. Open for
Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Half Moon Bay, Wen especially values the leadership Go to seacadetbotw.com for more Free and open for kids. For more seniors. For more information call
information call 877-8530. 878-5746.
the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor aspect of the program. “When I start- information.
Author Talk : ‘Squid Empire’ by San Mateo Professional Alliance
Danna Staaf. 2 p.m. 840 W Orange Network ing Lunch. Noon to 1 p.m.
16 years old and took place from July prosecutors.
CROWELL
Ave., South San Francisco. Books will Pacific Catch Restaurant, 243 S. B St.,
2008 to February 2009, prosecutors Crowell must register as a sex be available for purchase. For more San Mateo. Free admission, lunch
information contact ordered off the menu. For more
said. offender and on Friday received a sur- valle@plsinfo.org. information contact mike@mike-
Crowell allegedly warned the victim render date of April 7. Judge Donald foor.com.
Continued from page 1 Aragon Music Presents: Music
to never tell anyone about the rela- Ayoob allegedly said the extent of from the Heart. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Creative Cafe: Coloring for Adults.
tionship. She eventually sought thera- the trauma suffered by the victim did Virgin America Office, 555 Airport 12:30 p.m. 840 W. Orange Ave., South
District Attorney’s Office. py and talked to a friend and was con- not warrant the reduction in the sen- Blvd., Burlingame. Events features San Francisco. De-stress and enjoy
In what prosecutors called an emo- musicians from the Aragon musical friendly conversation. For more
vinced to report the crimes to police, tence his defense attorney Charles program. For more information call information contact
tional, daylong sentencing hearing, prosecutors said. Bourdon had allegedly requested, and 558-2999. valle@plsinfo.org.
Redwood City resident Ken Crowell Investigators recorded a conversa- that Crowell had violated the trust ‘Gypsy.’ 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 506 Google Drive Work shop. 2 p.m.
apologized for his actions and heard tion between the victim and Crowell in placed in teachers, according to pros- N. Delaware St., San Mateo. Tickets Grand Avenue Library, 306 Walnut
from the victim, who described the which he made admissions related to ecutors. available at Box Office One. Cost $20. Ave., South San Francisco. Learn
For more information contact tick- about cloud storage, sharing docu-
harm he caused to her, according to the case, prosecutors said. Though Bourdon was not immediate- ets@smhsdrama.org. ments and other features offered in
prosecutors. Crowell, who resigned from the ly available for comment, District Google Drive. Participants should
On May 28, 2015, the victim went ‘Insignificance.’ 8 p.m. The Dragon have a Google account. For more
Millbrae school in 2008, had previ- Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said he was Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood information call 877-8530.
to Burlingame police to report that she ously pleaded not guilty to multiple pleased with the outcome of Friday’s City. A meeting of the minds
had a sexual relationship with between Albert Einstein, Marilyn Light-Up Valentine Day Circuit
counts of unlawful sexual penetra- hearing. Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and Cards. 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Grand
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JOURNALISM
The Daily Journal is looking for in- FAMILY RESOURCE
terns to do entry level reporting, re- GUIDE
search, updates of our ongoing fea- The San Mateo Daily Journal’s
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- twice-a-week resource guide for
so welcome. children and families.
We expect a commitment of four to Every Tuesday & Weekend
eight hours a week for at least four
months. The internship is unpaid, but Look for it in today’s paper to
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- find information on family 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
terns have progressed in time into resources in the local area,
paid correspondents and full-time re- including childcare. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
porters. STATEMENT #276060 STATEMENT #276429 STATEMENT #276436
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
College students or recent graduates as: Sam Delivery Services, 1019 San as: Sonrisas Spanish Immersion Pro- as: Peninsula Benefits Group, 1100 In-
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper 203 Public Notices Gabriel Circle #439, DALY CITY, CA gram, 1632 Newbridge Ave., SAN MA- dustrial Road #3, SAN CARLOS, CA
experience is preferred but not neces- 94014. Registered Owner: Sami Durra- TEO, CA 94401. Registered Owners: 94070. Registered Owner: Mark James
sarily required. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ni, same address. The business is con- 1)Edith Pacheco, 2724 Holland St., San Carpenter, 1143 Farragut Blvd., Foster
STATEMENT #276294 ducted by an Individual. The registrants Mateo, CA 94403 2)Liliana del Barco, City, CA 94404. The business is con-
Please send a cover letter describing The following person is doing business commenced to transact business under 1632 Newbridge Ave., SAN MATEO, CA ducted by an Individual. The registrants
your interest in newspapers, a resume as: Totoro Ramen, 856 N Delaware the FBN on July 18, 2011. 94401. The business is conducted by a commenced to transact business under
Street, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- /s/Sami Durrani/ General Partnership. The registrants the FBN on 12/28/2007.
and three recent clips. Before you ap- tered Owner: Cioni Food Inc., CA. The
SALES/MARKETING ply, you should familiarize yourself This statement was filed with the Asses- commenced to transact business under /s/Mark James Carpenter/
business is conducted by a Corporation. the FBN on N/A. This statement was filed with the Asses-
INTERNSHIPS with our publication. Our Web site: The registrants commenced to transact sor-County Clerk on 12/19/18. (Publish-
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking www.smdailyjournal.com. business under the FBN on N/A. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, /s/Edith Pacheco/ sor-County Clerk on 1/25/2018. (Publish-
for ambitious interns who are eager to /s/Jeff Kim/ 1/13/18, 1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
jump into the business arena with both Send your information via e-mail to This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2018. (Publish- 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18).
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs sor-County Clerk on 1/11/18. (Published ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
of the newspaper and media industries. news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg-
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/13/18, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18).
This position will provide valuable 1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18). STATEMENT #276323 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
experience for your bright future. gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276107
Email resume The following person is doing business
info@smdailyjournal.com as: Hilary Chiem, O.D., 2220 Bridge- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME pointe Parkway, SAN MATEO, CA STATEMENT #276445 as: Inca Marble and Granite L.P., 1675
STATEMENT #276303 94404. Registered Owner: Dr. Hilary The following person is doing business Rollins Rd. Ste H, BURLINGAME, CA
The following person is doing business Chiem, O.D., Inc., CA. The business is 94010. Registered Owners: 1)Javier A.
as: Avalon Property Management, 1318 as: Gabe’s Burgers, 6 Newell Ct., #6203,
conducted by a Corporation. The regis- EAST PALO ALTO, CA 94303. Regis- Paez, 11364 Laurel St. #12, San Carlos,
Rainbow Drive, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. CA 94070 2)Marco A. Gonzalez, 3405
Registered Owner: Shahram Mostarsh- trants commenced to transact business tered Owner: Barrera Magadan Inc., CA.
ed, same address. The business is con- under the FBN on N/A. The business is conducted by a Corpo- Hemingway Dr., Antioch, CA 94509. The
ducted by an Individual. The registrants /s/Hilary Chiem/ ration. The registrants commenced to business is conducted by a Limitedl
commenced to transact business under This statement was filed with the Asses- transact business under the FBN on Partnership. The registrants com-
the FBN on 1/12/2018. sor-County Clerk on 1/16/2018. (Publish- 12/27/2017. menced to transact business under the
/s/Shahram Mostarshed/ ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal /s/Maya V. Magadan Muñoz/ FBN on 08/17/2012.
This statement was filed with the Asses- 1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Javier A. Paez/
sor-County Clerk on 1/12/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 1/25/2018. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/13/18, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal sor-County Clerk on 12/26/2017. (Pub-
1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18). lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal
STATEMENT #276181 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The following person is doing business
STATEMENT #276304 as: D-Chang Cleaning Services, 2871 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
The following person is doing business Maywood Dr., SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. STATEMENT #276163 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
as: Natural Way Health Center, 1 Bay- Registered Owner: Dinora E. Bermudez, The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276169
wood Ave #11, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. same address. The business is conduct- as: Menlo Park Family Dental, Practice The following person is doing business
Registered Owner: Natural Way Health ed by an Individual. The registrants of Jessie V. Vallee, DDS, Inc., 1300 Uni- as: Evergreen, 951 Mariners Island Blvd,
Center, CA The business is conducted commenced to transact business under versity Drive, Suite 5, MENLO PARK, CA Suite 300, SAN MATEO, CA 94404.
by a Corporation. The registrants com- the FBN on N/A. 94025. Registered Owner: Jessie V. Registered Owner: John Ronald N. Oli-
menced to transact business under the /s/Dinora E. Bermudez/ Vallee, DDS, Inc., CA. The business is varez, 1636 162nd Ave., San Leandro,
FBN on 8/13/2013. This statement was filed with the Asses- conducted by a Corporation. The regis- CA 94578. The business is conducted
/s/Margaret Zeng/ sor-County Clerk on 1/3/2018. (Publish- trants commenced to transact business by an Individual. The registrants com-
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal under the FBN on N/A. menced to transact business under the
sor-County Clerk on 1/12/18. (Published 1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18). /s/Jessie V. Stachowiak/ FBN on N/A.
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/13/18, This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/John Ronald N. Olivarez/
1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18). sor-County Clerk on 1/2/2018. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal sor-County Clerk on 1/2/2018. (Publish-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #276430 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
STATEMENT #275999 The following person is doing business 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18).
The following person is doing business as: Sonrisas Spanish Immersion Pro-
as: 1) E Dental Lab 2) Eurodent Dental gram, 2724 Holland St, SAN MATEO, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Laboratory, 100-122 2nd Ave, Ste CA 94403. Registered Owners: 1)Edith STATEMENT #276428 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
207+208, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Pacheco, same address 2)Liliana del The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276439
Registered Owner: Steven S. Sasano, Barco, 1632 New Bridge Ave., San Ma- as: Kustom Culture Motors, 5 South Lin- The following person is doing business
514 Seville Way, San Mateo, CA 94402. teo, CA 94401. The business is conduct- den Ave, Suite C, SOUTH SAN FRAN- as: Sigona’s Office Deliveries, 2345 Mid-
The business is conducted by an Indi- ed by a General Partnership. The regis- CISCO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: dlefield Rd, REDWOOD CITY, CA
vidual. The registrants commenced to trants commenced to transact business Kustom Culture Motors, LLC, CA. The 94063. Registered Owner: Brothers
transact business under the FBN on Feb under the FBN on N/A. business is conducted by a Limited Lia- Pride Produce, Inc., CA. The business is
2007. bility Company. The registrants com- conducted by a Corporation. The regis-
/s/Steven S. Sasano/ /s/Edith Pacheco/
This statement was filed with the Asses- menced to transact business under the trants commenced to transact business
This statement was filed with the Asses- FBN on Jan. 1, 2018. under the FBN on 9/1/2017.
sor-County Clerk on 12/14/18. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2018. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal /s/Efrem Mah/ /s/Paul A. Sigona/
1/13/18, 1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18). 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2018. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 1/25/2018. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18). 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18).
San Francisco Bay
Regional Water Quality Control Board
Public Notice
Proposed Response Plan and PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Development for 1548 Maple Street,
Redwood City The San Mateo County City/County Association of Govern-
ments (C/CAG), a Joint Powers Agency composed of the
The Water Board is seeking public comment on the County and its 20 Cities, will hold a public hearing on February
Proposed Response Plan for the Docktown 8, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. to consider comments and adopt the
2017 Congestion Management Program (CMP) for San Mateo

GOT JOBS? Marina site at 1548 Maple Street in Redwood


City California. The Response Plan proposes to County. The hearing will be held at the San Mateo County
remove all contaminated soil. Removed soil will Transit District 1250 San Carlos Avenue, 2nd Floor Auditorium
be replaced with clean fill. Soil vapor samples San Carlos, CA. The CMP establishes a process to promote
will be taken after the fill is placed. Risk will be countywide solutions in response to anticipated transportation
calculated with the new data. The new risk issues in San Mateo County. The CMP is available by contact-
The best career seekers calculation will determine if more cleanup is ing Jeffrey Lacap at 650-599-1455 or e-mail
jlacap@smcgov.org
read the Daily Journal. needed.

We will help you recruit qualified, talented The Response Plan and other documents can
be found at the Water Board's website:
individuals to join your company or organization. http://geotracker.waterboards.ca.gov/search.asp
The case number for this site is “41S0194”.
The Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide
range of qualifications for all types of positions.
Click on “Report” and then the
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Proposed Name: Kwangduk Douglas $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 WaLnut Chest, small (4 drawer with
sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- (Published 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Lee upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
2/24/18)
2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18). the haLo Forerunner saga. 3 books. 302 antiques WardroBe CLoset with beveled
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
interested in this matter shall appear be- door mirror $100 or B/Offer. (650)589-
Mahogany antique Secretary desk, 0764
fore this court at the hearing indicated V.LogVinoV, unusuaL Journey to the 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
FiCtitious Business naMe below to show cause, if any, why the pe- suMMons (CitaCion JudiCiaL)
stateMent #276531 Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. Wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
tition for change of name should not be CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the 17CLJ01763. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
as: Dunkin Donuts, 240 El Camino Real, name changes described above must file NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: DONNA 303 electronics
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered a written objection that includes the rea- JEAN MCKINLEY and DOES 1-10. 294 Baby stuff Wood-grain LaMinate Kitchen table
3’x4’ plus 1’ leaf, 2 chairs. Photo availa-
Owner: CDK San Carlos LLC, CA. The sons for the objection at least two court antares doLLars Bill Changer ma-
business is conducted by a Limited Lia- Fisher-priCe heaLthy Care booster chines never used for small bus. $95 ble $35 (650)392-4841.
days before the matter is scheduled to YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF:
bility Company. The registrants com- be heard and must appear at the hearing STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE seat - $5 (650)592-5864. (650)992-4544.
menced to transact business under the to show cause why the petition should INSURANCE COMPANY 306 housewares
FBN on N/A.
/s/Tina Ruddy/
not be granted. If no written objection is 295 art BLaupunKt aM/FM/Cd Radio and Re-
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- NOTICE! You have been sued. The court ceiver with Detachable Face asking CoMpLete set OF CHINA - Windsor
This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the $100. (650)593-4490
sor-County Clerk on 2/2/2018. (Publish- may decide against you without your be- Brushed Finish, 15" X 20" frame Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
petition shall be held on 02/21/18 at 9 ing heard unless you respond within 30 holds 18 various size photos. Never 20-pieces in original box, never used.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, KindLe Fire 8 in. Case and Charger
2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18). days. Read the information below. used. $20. 650-369-2486. $250 per box (3 boxes available).
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758 (650)342-5630
Order to Show Cause shall be published this summons and legal papers are
at least once each week for four succes- served on you to file a written response
296 appliances MotoroLa BraVo MB 520 (android
CrystaL (Leaded glass) lamp $30.
FiCtitious Business naMe 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
stateMent #276531 sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- at this court and have a copy served on Can send picture. (650)464-7860
ing on the petition in the following news- air Conditioner 10000 BTU w/re- card Belmont (650)595-8855
The following person is doing business the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
paper of general circulation: protect you. Your written response must
as: A. K. Bruce Design, 447 San Francis-
co Ave, BRISBANE, CA 94005. Regis- San Mateo Daily Journal be in proper legal form if you want the
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- onKyo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital 308 tools
Filed: 1/8/2018 0898 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
tered Owner: Allison K. Bruce, same ad- court to hear your case. There may be a Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 antique iron Hand Drills. 3 available
dress. The business is conducted by an /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ court form that you can use for your re-
Judge of the Superior Court air Conditioner, Portable, 14,000 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
Individual. The registrants commenced sponse. You can find these court forms saMsung FLat TV 20" ex.co.incl.
to transact business under the FBN on Dated: 1/4/2018 and more information at the California BTU, Commercial Cool model
(Published 1/13/18, 1/20/18, 1/27/18, CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 “BreaK-doWn” porto-poWer En-
2/2/2018. Courts Online Self-Help Center gine crane. Excellent condition but sold
/s/Allison K. Bruce/ 2/3/18) (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your sories plus remote included.
This statement was filed with the Asses- county law library, or the courthouse 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO. 304 Furniture “as is” $99 (650)347-7949 Jr.
sor-County Clerk on 2/2/2018. (Publish- (650)345-1835
nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing CraFtsMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver 2 WaLnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops
air pot keeps 2.5 liters (84 oz) hot or need work but very good cond. $20/ea dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18). form. If you do not file your response on
order to shoW Cause For cold all day $19.95 (650)595-3933 (650)952-3466. shopsMith MarK V 50th Anniversary
time, you may lose the case by default,
Change oF naMe and your wages, money, and property most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
notiCe oF petition to CASE# 18CIV00266 CoFFee MaKer $15.00 white, Kitchen antique dining table for six people
may be taken without further warning Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533- (650)504-0585
adMinister estate oF SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
Adolfo Trance Deinla COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
from the court. 0907
There are other legal requirements. You Vintage CraFtsMan Jig Saw. Circa
Case Number: 18PRO00062 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, antique Mohagany Bookcase. Four 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 may want to call an attorney right away. CoLeMan Lxe Roadtrip Grill - feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
tingent creditors, and persons who may PETITION OF If you do not know an attorney, you may Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
want to call an attorney referral service. If Vintage shopsMith and Band
otherwise be interested in the will or es- Cristina Acuna (650)918-9847 arMChair good condition $55. saW, good shape. $300/obo. Call
tate, or both, of Adolfo Trance Deinla aka TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: you cannot afford an attorney, you may (650)266-3184 (650)342-6993
Adolfo Trance Deinla Jr.. A Petition for Petitioner: Cristina Acuna filed a petition be eligible for free legal services from a eLeCtriC stoVe From Sears
Probate has been filed by Cherilyn Joy with this court for a decree changing nonprofit legal services program. You Excellent Condition $225 Beige soFa $99. Excellent Condition
Deinla in the Superior Court of Califor- name as follows: can locate these nonprofit groups at the Please Call (650)244-9267 (650) 315-2319
nia, County of San Mateo. The Petition Present Name: Angela Marisol Luna Mo- California Legal Services Web site
for Probate requests that Cherilyn Joy lina (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- good MiCroWaVe 1100 watt $40 Da- BunK Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 309 office equipment
Deinla be appointed as personal repre- Proposed Name: Angela Marisol Luna nia Courts Online Self-Help Center ly City (415) 231-4825. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
sentative to administer the estate of the (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by B/O (650)685-2494 1950’s Burroughs elec. adding ma-
decedent. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons contacting your local court or county bar hotpoint heaVy Duty Dryer excellent chine. $30. 650-888-9314.
The petition requests authority to admin- interested in this matter shall appear be- association. NOTE: The court has a stat- working condition Burlingame $50 Call Carpet runner: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col-
ister the estate under the Independent fore this court at the hearing indicated utory lien for waived fees and costs on Dan (408)656-0958 or: floral design. good condition Laptop Case or bag. Black. Like new.
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- any settlement or arbitration award of $45.00. (650)266-3184 Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
thority will allow the personal representa- tition for change of name should not be $10,000 or more in a civil case. The Maytag Washer excellent working
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan CoMMode, good condition. $20 obo.
tive to take many actions without obtain-
ing court approval. Before taking certain
granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above must file
court's lien must be paid before the court
(408)656-0958 Please call (650)745-6309 310 Misc. For sale
will dismiss the case. ¡AVISO! Lo han
very important actions, however, the per- a written objection that includes the rea- demandado. Si no responde dentro de 2 Brute Rubbermaid containers $45 ea
sonal representative will be required to MFg h20LaBs Model 300 exc cond CoMputer desK For sale $99
sons for the objection at least two court 30 días, la corte puede decidir en su (650)520-4650 No lids 55 gal New. Online $70 Bargain
give notice to interested persons unless days before the matter is scheduled to contra sin escuchar su versión. Lea la in- counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
they have waived notice or consented to be heard and must appear at the hearing formación a continuación. CoMputer sWiVeL CHAIR. Padded 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
the proposed action.) The independent to show cause why the petition should Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- reFrigerator CoMpaCt made by
emerson $25.00 good shape joe Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
administration authority will be granted not be granted. If no written objection is spués de que le entreguen esta citación
unless an interested person files an ob- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- y papeles legales para presentar una re- (650)573-5269 desK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. Bessy sMaLL Evening Hand Bag With
jection to the petition and shows good tion without a hearing. A hearing on the spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer (650)458-3578 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
cause why the court should not grant au- petition shall be held on 02/28/18 at 9 que se entregue una copia al deman- reFrigerator For Sale very good
thority. a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- condition asking only $99 (650)520-4650 BiFoLd shutters 2x28”x79 $10.00
A hearing on the petition will be held in Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- dinette taBLe, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. (650)544-5306
this court as follows: FEB. 26, 2018 at Order to Show Cause shall be published rooM heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. (650) 756-9516.Daly City.
9:00 a.m., Superior Court of California, at least once each week for four succes- BoBBy huLL Hockey Game Great
County of San Mateo, 400 County Cen- recto si desea que procesen su caso en (650)952-3500 Cont. ,1960’s $50 (415)269-4784
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- dining taBLe (36"x54") and 4 match-
ter, Redwood City, CA 94063. ing on the petition in the following news- ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
If you object to the granting of the peti- lario que usted pueda usar para su re- seWing MaChine-royaL XL 6000 CapteL phone Message on it’s
paper of general circulation: spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- $250 .(650)-654-1930.
tion, you should appear at the hearing San Mateo Daily Journal Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. screen. Like new used twice $25
and state your objections or file written Filed: 1/17/2018 larios de la corte y más información en el (650)342-8436. (650)871-8907
Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- dresser 4-draWer in Belmont for
objections with the court before the hear- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ $75. Good condition; good for children.
ing. Your appearance may be in person Judge of the Superior Court fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- shoWtiMe rotisserie used once Cash register Parts; Much Skin Not
teca de leyes de su condado o en la Call (650)678-8585 Guts $500 (415)269-4784
or by your attorney. Dated: 1/17/2018 $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- (Published 1/20/18, 1/27/18, 2/3/18, corte que le quede más cerca. Si no message. entertainMent Center for $50.
itor of the decedent, you must file your puede pagar la cuota de presentación, CostCo pLay Pen with travel bag.
2/10/18) Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. Used once $35 (650)591-2981
claim with the court and mail a copy to pida al secretario de la corte que le dé singer seWing Machine. Good condi- (650)726-4102
the personal representative appointed by un formulario de exención de pago de tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call LioneL ChristMas Holiday expan-
the court within the later of either (1) four cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm. Free Wooden Bed frame, good condi- sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
months from the date of first issuance of tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- tion pictures available (650)322-9598
letters to a general personal representa- order to shoW Cause For plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- sMith Corona typewriter and table email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net LioneL Western Union Pass car and
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the Change oF naMe eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- M120 $25 (650)888-9314 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days CASE# 18CIV00364 cia. gLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
from the date of mailing or personal de- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- unitap standard centerset bath- lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. Lorex 14” B&W Surveillance System
livery to you of a notice under sectioin COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, mendable que llame a un abogado inme- room chrome faucet, complete, $10, Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407-
9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, (650)595-3933 iKea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x 2360 RWC loction.
er California statutes and legal authority REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
may affect your rights as a creditor. You PETITION OF abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- VaCuuM CLeaner (reconditioned) Luggage, red, 21" NEW Samsonite
may want to consult with an attorney Carlita Christine Martinez gado, es posible que cumpla con los $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 iKea taBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000
knowledgable in California law. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: requisitos para obtener servicios legales $ 30. (650)598-9804.
You may examine the file kept by the gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- Western WashBoard Sales made
Petitioner: Carlita Christine Martinez filed of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. LiVing rooM Table, good condition. negrini FenCing Epee mask size M
court. If you are a person interested in a petition with this court for a decree gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar
the estate, you may file with the court a $75. phone 650-369-2486. $30. (415)231-4825 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
changing name as follows: estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio
Request for Special Notice (form DE- web de California Legal Services, (415)260-6940
Present Name: Carlita Christine Martinez WhirLpooL Washer DRYER, GE LoVe Chair, velour, tan. $45.
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- Proposed Name: Carlita Christine (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro
praisal of estate assets or of any petition Refrigerator all working and in good con- (808)631-1365. poWerteL phone for hard of hearing.
Fuentes de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240.
or account as provided in Probate Code Like new used 1 month. $20. (650)871-
(www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en neW deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- 8907
section 1250. A Request for Special No- contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo-
tice form is available from the court clerk. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons WhirLpooL-dryer gas Coin Oper- ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
interested in this matter shall appear be- gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or Sell! (650) 875-8159. saMsonite 26" tan hard-sided suit
Attorney for Petitioner: tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los
James L. Kaller, Esq. fore this court at the hearing indicated (650)302-2456 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- costos exentos por imponer un grava- neW tWin Mattress set plus frame $45. (650)328-6709
456 Montgomery St, 20th Floor men sobre cualquier recuperación de
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104 tition for change of name should not be WhirLpooL-dryer gas Coin Oper- $30.00 (650) 347-2356
(415)362-9134 granted. Any person objecting to the $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me- ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or siLK saree 6 yards new nice color.for
name changes described above must file diante un acuerdo o una concesión de (650)302-2456 niagara ViBrating Adjustable bed $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
FILED: 1/24/2018 good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- a written objection that includes the rea- arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. formation.
sons for the objection at least two court Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte (408)656-0958
nal on 1/27/18, 2/3/18, 2/5/18 )
days before the matter is scheduled to antes de que la corte pueda desechar el
caso.
297 Bicycles oFFiCe sWiVeL Chair, good condition.
sinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
be heard and must appear at the hearing $15.00 (650)544-5306
to show cause why the petition should The name and address of the court is (El $25. (415)231-4825
21-speed Mountain Bike, 18” frame,
not be granted. If no written objection is nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU- 26” Wheels $79 (650)595-3933 sLr Lens Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA oFFiCe type 34"X 60" heavy solid Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- wood with formica wood grain top $25
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 County aduLt BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
Center, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. (650) 787-9753 sLr Lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
The name, address, and telephone num- ornate Large BooKCase: Two
ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with- BMx Mongoose Outer Limit Bike, Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500 train-CoLor print by John Hugh
out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc- looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199. Coker $50 Call (650)344-4756
ción y el número de teléfono del aboga-
do del demandante, o del demandante ChiLd’s sChWinn BiCyCLe, BLue in uniden harLey Davidson Gas Tank
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. ornate Mahogany headboard with
que no tiene abogado, es): gold trim $60. (650)589-0764 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
Jenny R. Gong, Esq. Bar#306535
neW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels Water storage tanK, brand new,
Reese Law Group $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave pine douBLe/queen head/foot board
3168 Lionshead Ave. with metal frame $35/obo. (650)646- 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $225.
mes (650)771-6324
CARLSBAD, CA 92010 8530
(760)842-5850
FILED: 4/20/2017 298 Collectibles portaBLe Massage Table (Sierra 311 Musical instruments
DATE (Fecha): 4/20/2017 Comfort). Very good condition. $50.
Clerk (Secretario) by, Rodina M. Catala- 80’s tops Complete Factory Set All (650)871-1778. ChroMatiC harMoniCa: Horner
no Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
Deputy (Adjunto) Jordan Maxwell retro hutCh Needs refinishing other- (650)278-5776.
NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED: a-teaM Figurines Plus Jeep $20 wise good condition. Top detaches from
you are served (650)591-9769 San Carlos bottom $25. (650)712-9962
- as an individual defendant
- by personal delivery on (date) Lennox red Rose, Unused, hand seWing storage cabinet, Custom druM set-pearL Export: Black, Full
(SEAL) painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, made wood perfect condition $75. Kit, Light Use, $425 Call Paul (650)218-
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. (650)483-1222 6706.
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
nal: 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18) MiLLer Lite Neon sign , work good soFaBed, VeLour, tan, Excellent epiphone Les paul 100th
$59 call (650)218-6528 condition. $75. (808)631-1365. Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar.
star Wars Action figure: Qui-Gon Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469
soLid Wood Dining table with exten-
Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10 sion great piece great condition black
Steve (650)518-6614. $80 (650)364-5263 Fender Mustang I guitar amplifier
70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover.
299 Computers soLid Wood Entertainment Center- $80. (650)421-5469
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
reCordaBLe Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. Fender Mustang ll guitar amplifier
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover.
(650) 578 9208 (925)482-5742 $130.00 (650)421-5469
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311 Musical instruments 318 Sports equipment 379 open houses 620 Automobiles 640 Motorcycles/Scooters 670 Auto Parts
For SAle: yAMAhA rooF RACK, 58 inches $75. bMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call bridgeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
Epiphone Les Paul Custom (650)458-3255 toyotA 2007 Highlander Hybrid (650) 995-0003 $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint.
$625.00, 650 421 5469.
oPen houSe Limited Metallic Silver, Automatic 6-
cyl, navigation, heated front seats, hondA 305 Head, 2 blocks, X-tras.
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490

335 garden equipment liStingS moon roof 3rd row seats leather interi-
or 200k miles excellent condition
$500 (415)269-4784 CAble tire Chains. Stock #1038 $20
(415)407-2360 RWC location.
ChAin SAW, 16“ ,Craftsmen ,electric, $5,500 OBO. Text or leave msg MotorCyCle SAddlebAgS,
huge ludWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian $55. (650)888-5808 List your Open House (650)533-0671. with mounting hardware and other parts Free: 2 unmounted tires V.G. condition
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300 in the Daily Journal. $35. Call (650)670-2888 for Toyota, incl Prius 124 Myrtle Burlin-
(650)369-8013. 340 Camera & Photo equip. game (in driveway)
Reach over 83,450 625 Classic Cars 645 boats MerCedeS benz 19 inch AMG Rim
PiAno, uPright, in excellent condi- niKon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 potential home buyers & one only for sale $50 (650)814-9737 to
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat,
renters a day, CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard
excellend condition. $4,500. Call
arrange pick up.
uPright PiAno. In tune. Fair condi- from South San Francisco Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000
tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. oMegA b600 Condenser Enlarger, In- obo. (650)952-4036. (650)347-2559 PeerleSS tire Chains, used a few
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- to Palo Alto. times. Fits several sizes P165-225. $20
VintAge lingerie Washboard circa larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 MAlibu 24 ft with tower. Completely re-
in your local newspaper. CheVy ‘86 CorVette. Automatic.
built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
obo. (650)745-6309
1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for 93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
strumming $50 (650)369-2486 ViVitAr V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and 20K obo. (650)851-0878. White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
original manual. Like new. $99 SSF Call (650)344-5200 obo. (650) 952-4036.
P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
yAMAhA ACouStiC Guitar, model (650)583-6636 SeA rAy 16 Ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
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in Construction
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Quarterly Payroll Order today for a sweet treat! Get free help from AT LOWER RATE (650) 595-7750
Hourly*Daily*Weekly*Monthly The Growth Coach
San Carlos (650) 592-1600 Go to DIRECT PRIvATE LENDER www.cruisemarketplace.com
We are local and (650)504-6924
bbnmoore@gmail.com www.buildandbalance.com
Cruises • Land & Family vacations
Millbrae (650) 552-9625
here to help! Sign up for the free newsletter ALL CREDIT ACCEPTED
Since 1979
Personalized & Experienced
Family Owned & Operated
Since 1939
info@solarproenergyservices.com Caregiver PANCHO vILLA Pet Services WACHTER 1495 Laurel St. SAN CARLOS
CST#100209-10
Call Steve
TAqUERIA INVESTMENTS, INC.
CARE INDEED
(650)333-0290
Because Flavor Still Matters
365 B Street SAGE CENTERS 348-7191 Training
Burlingame, Ca 890 Santa Cruz Ave San Mateo Emergency Real Estate Broker
(650) 343-4123 CA BRE#746683
Menlo Park www.smpanchovilla.com Veterinary Care 24/7 NMLS #348288

(650) 328-1001
(650) 417-7243
Redwood City
INTERESTED IN
Tree Service THE CAkERY Always here when you need us BECOMING A
Real Estate Services
Cemetery
A touch of Europe
1308 Burlingame Ave
DENTAL
Hillside Tree Burlingame Psychics THINkING ABOUT BUYING
OR SELLING YOUR HOME?
ASSISTANT?
650 344-1006
Service LASTING www.burlingamecakery.com FAMOuS PSyCHIC & Call Mitch Wong
IMPRESSIONS Find us on Facebook
ASTROLOGER of Intero Real Estate
Residential and/or Commercial
CLASSES
LOCALLY OWNED ARE OuR FIRST
Pandit: SHIvRAM JI
Real Estate ENROLLING
Family Owned Since 2000 PRIORITy Health & Medical (650)483-8573 SOON!
• Trimming Pruning Cypress Lawn DENTAL 510-598-5630 Call Gurnick Academy of
• Shaping 1370 El Camino Real Tax Preparation Medical Arts
• Large Removal Colma IMPLANTS San Mateo
(650)755-0580 Save $500 on LIBERTY TAx SERvICE
• Stump Grinding Implant Abutment &
www.cypresslawn.com
Crown Package. Fast, Friendly, Guaranteed
GET $50 CASH NOW
650-685-6616
Call Millbrae Dental
with paid tax preparation.
for details
Free Dental Services (650)583-5880 2332 S. El Camino Real
Estimates COMPLETE IMPLANT
San Mateo
650-295-0772 SHIN YONG DO
Mention Dentistry Under One Roof Insurance 108 El Camino Real San Carlos Martial Arts Instruction
The Daily Journal Same day treatment 650-226-3913 GrandMaster Frank Croaro
to get 10% off AFFORDABLE Conveniently located in the
Evening & Saturday appts available 1060 El Camino Real Laurelwood Shopping
for new customers HEALTH INSURANCE Redwood City Center, San Mateo.
Peninsula Dental Implant Center Eric L. Barrett, 650-995-7649 www.shinyongdo.com
1201 St Francisco Way, San Carlos CLu, RHu, REBC, CLTC, LuTCF over 30 years experience
Call Luis (650) 704-9635 (650)232-7650 President valid 01/02-02/28/2018
Barrett Insurance Services 650-759-5425
ericlawrencebarrett@gmail.com
Notices www.barrettinsuranceservices.net
(650)619-0370
NOTICE TO READERS: I - SMILE CA. Insurance License #0737226

California law requires that contractors Implant & Orthodontict Center


taking jobs that total $500 or more (labor 1702 Miramonte Ave. Suite B
or materials) be licensed by the Contrac- Mountain View Jewelers
tor’s State License Board. State law also Exceptional.
requires that contractors include their li- JACkSON SqUARE
cense number in their advertising. you
Reliable. Innovative Fine Jewelers
can check the status of your licensed (650)282-5555 We buy sterling silver, gold,
diamonds, rolex watches,
contractor at www.cslb.ca.gov or 800- silver & gold coins, platinum.
321-CSLB. unlicensed contractors taking 2890 El Camino Real, Redwood City
jobs that total less than $500 must state (650)365-3000
in their advertisements that they are not
licensed by the Contractors State Li-
LEI LUO, DDS www.jacksonsquare.com
Tuesday thru Saturday 10am-5pm
FAMILY & IMPLANT DENTISTY
cense Board.
(650)583-6032 Legal Services

560 JENEVEIN AVE INJURED AT WORk?


SAN BRuNO Call us
(800) 675-5353
free consultation
www.deitaandlowe.com
MAGNOLIA Hablamos Español

DENTAL LEGAL
650-263-4703 DOCUMENTS PLUS
150 N. San Mateo Drive Non-Attorney document
preparation: Divorce,
Pre-Nup, Adoption, Living Trust,
Conservatorship, Probate,
Entertainment Notary Public. Response to
Lawsuits: Credit Card
Issues, Breach of Contract
BROADWAy Jeri Blatt, LDA #11
By THE BAy Registered & Bonded
(650)574-2087
853 INDuSTRIAL #H legaldocumentsplus.com
SAN CARLOS "I am not an attorney. I can only
provide self help services at your
(650)579-5565 specific direction."
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