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Huge development in works


New Redwood City proposal centered on office space
By Zachary Clark 10,100 square feet of retail space and Main streets. The land, which is zoned
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 2,034 parking spaces. mixed-use live/work and mixed-use-El
“Redwood City has been a focus for Camino Corridor, is currently home to
A proposal for the largest office our division for many years,” said Ali several car dealers, the Main and Elm
development in Redwood City in years Warner, managing director at Greystar, restaurant, apartments and other busi-
— part of a mixed-use project includ- Northern California and Pacific nesses. The site of the former Redwood
ing homes, retail and parking on El Northwest. “The proposed develop- Roller Rink is also in the plans.
Camino Real just north of Woodside ment is in line with the zoning which “It is definitely a large project, and
Road was delivered to the city Jan. 30 designates most of the area for office the amount of proposed office space
by Greystar Real Estate. development. The ability to walk to exceeds all the office space built under
Known as 1601 El Camino Real, the Caltrain and to downtown creates a the Downtown Precise Plan the last
mixed-use project includes 589,700 unique opportunity for the proposed few years,” Mayor Ian Bain said in an
square feet of office space, 272 multi- mixed-use community.” email. “We must thoughtfully consider An artist’s rendering of the development proposal for 1601 El
family residential units for rent — It would occupy five blocks between Camino Real in Redwood City that includes 589,700 square
including 37 low-income units — El Camino Real, Maple, Cedar and See GREYSTAR, Page 12 feet of office space, residences, retail and parking.

Congress misses
budget deadline
Government shuts down for
second time in three weeks
By Andrew Taylor
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The U.S. govern-


ment stumbled into a shutdown at mid-
night as a rogue Senate Republican
blocked a speedy vote on a massive,
bipartisan, budget-busting spending
deal, protesting the return of trillion-
dollar deficits on the watch of Rand Paul
Republicans controlling Washington.
The shutdown — technically a lapse in agency appropri-
ations — was the second government closure in less than a
month, another product of election-year partisan disputes
and persistent internal divisions in both parties.
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL
It crept up slowly Thursday night after GOP Sen. Rand
San Mateo firefighters and Public Works crews vacuum water from a broken main on the St. Matthew Catholic Church and Paul repeatedly held up votes on the budget plan, futilely
school grounds. Below: Workers clean the school’s gymnasium after a broken main flooded the grounds. seeking a vote on reversing spending increases.
“I ran for office because I was very critical of President

Mass flooding after water main breaks See BUDGET, Page 23

School and several homes in San Mateo affected by early-morning deluge


By Zachary Clark
Half Moon Bay considers
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

A water main broke around El


restrictions on smoking
Camino Real and Notre Dame Avenue
in San Mateo Thursday morning, leav-
Council exploring two ordinances to
ing St. Matthew Catholic School and regulate the use and sale of tobacco
church and several nearby homes By Zachary Clark
flooded. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Tien Teng, who was walking her dog
near the school shortly before respon- After initially broaching the idea of restrictions on
ders arrived, said she saw water gush- smoking and the sale of tobacco in 2016, the Half Moon
ing in significant bursts. Bay City Council began the discussion anew this week with
Responders arrived to the scene a focus on the balance of individual rights and the health of
shortly before 7 a.m. and were able to others.
See FLOOD, Page 12 See SMOKING, Page 12
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Thought for the Day


“What we call progress is the exchange
of one nuisance for another nuisance.”
— Havelock Ellis, English psychologist

This Day in History


The World War II battle of Guadalcanal

1943 in the southwest Pacific ended with an


Allied victory over Japanese forces.

In 1 7 7 3 , the ninth president of the United States, William


Henry Harrison, was born in Charles City County, Virginia.
In 1 8 2 5 , the House of Representatives elected John
Quincy Adams president after no candidate received a major-
ity of electoral votes.
In 1 8 6 1 , Jefferson Davis was elected provisional president
of the Confederate States of America at a congress held in
Montgomery, Alabama.
In 1 8 7 0 , the U.S. Weather Bureau was established.
In 1 8 9 3 , Giuseppe Verdi’s last opera, “Falstaff,” was first
performed in Milan, Italy.
In 1 9 4 2 , the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff held its first formal
meeting to coordinate military strategy during World War II.
Daylight-saving “War Time” went into effect in the United
States, with clocks moved one hour forward. The SS
Normandie, a former French liner being refitted for the U.S.
Navy at a New York pier, caught fire (it capsized early the
next morning). REUTERS
In 1 9 5 0 , in a speech in Wheeling, West Virginia, Sen. Bioluminescent phytoplankton is seen along the coastal waters at Big Sur.
Joseph McCarthy, R-Wis., charged the State Department
was riddled with Communists.
In 1 9 6 4 , The Beatles made their first live American televi- In other news ...
sion appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” broadcast from site in Pasco that’s run by the Boys & return to Anchorage early Wednesday
New York on CBS. Give me a toy: Florida boy gets Girls Club of Benton and Franklin after a passenger locked himself in the
In 1 9 7 1 , a magnitude 6.6 earthquake in California’s San trapped in vending machine counties. bathroom, took off all his clothes, and
Fernando Valley claimed 65 lives. The crew of Apollo 14 TITUSVILLE, Fla. — When a young When she picked the child up later, a refused to follow crew instructions.
returned to Earth after man’s third landing on the moon. Florida boy wanted a stuffed toy, he patch of skin between her eyebrows Kate Danyluk, a passenger on the
In 1 9 8 4 , Soviet leader Yuri V. Andropov, 69, died 15 crawled inside a claw-style vending was red and it appeared eyebrow hairs flight, told the Associated Press she
months after succeeding Leonid Brezhnev; he was followed machine in the play area of a restaurant were removed, the Tri-City Herald knew something was wrong because the
by Konstantin U. Chernenko. to fetch one. And, he got stuck inside reported . flight attendants kept going back and
the glass-encased structure. The 19-year-old mom posted before forth in the aisles and had put on rubber
Birthdays Thankfully, off-duty firefighter
Jeremy House was also having dinner at
and after images to Facebook. Her out-
raged post about what happened was
gloves.
“Alaska Airlines flight 146 from
the Beef O’Brady’s restaurant in shared more than 20,000 times. Anchorage to Seattle returned to
Titusville, on Florida’s Atlantic coast. “I think it’s a scratch but as soon as Anchorage due to a passenger not fol-
He yelled for someone to call 911 and (I) get home I get a closer look these lowing flight attendant’s instructions.
his colleagues from a nearby fire sta- WOMEN decided to WAX MY DAUGH- While no emergency was declared, the
tion joined him in rescuing the boy TERS uni brow,” Salgado wrote. “I decision was made to return to
named Mason. birthed my daughter and love every lit- Anchorage,” Alaska Airlines
“He went in, but obviously he could- tle thing about her and these so called spokesman Tim Thompson said in an
n’t come back out the same way,” women took it upon themselves to cor- email.
Battalion Chief Gregory Sutton told the rect the way my daughter should look.” Airport police and FBI met the plane
Actor Joe Pesci is Actress Mia Actor-producer Associated Press. Officials with the Boys & Girls Club when it landed shortly before 3 a.m.
75. Farrow is 73. Charlie Day is 42. Mason sat atop the stuffed toys while and the Washington Department of “The police came on and took him out
firefighters took just 5 minutes to get Early Learning confirmed they are the back door,” said Danyluk, an
Television journalist Roger Mudd is 90. Actress Janet him out. investigating. Anchorage teacher who was taking a
Suzman is 79. Nobel Prize-winning author J.M. Coetzee is Sutton says the boy was embarrassed, Frank Ordway, the department’s “green escape” to attend a garden show
78. Actress-politician Sheila James Kuehl (kyool) (TV: “The but wasn’t in distress. And the machine assistant director, said he couldn’t dis- in Seattle.
Many Loves of Dobie Gillis”) is 77. Singer-songwriter Carole sustained minimal damage. cuss the investigation. But he did say It wasn’t immediately clear if the man
King is 76. Singer Barbara Lewis is 75. Author Alice Walker the complaint was unusual. was arrested. The FBI did not return
is 74. Former Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., is 72. Singer Joe Ely is Mom: Toddler’s “The Boys and Girls Club takes these repeated messages to the Associated
71. Actress Judith Light is 69. Rhythm-and-blues musician allegation seriously and will work to Press on Wednesday.
Dennis “DT” Thomas (Kool & the Gang) is 67. Actor Charles
eyebrows waxed at day care support the investigation process,” the “There was a subject on the aircraft
Shaughnessy is 63. Actor Ed Amatrudo is 62. Former Virginia PASCO, Wash. — Officials are inves- nonprofit said Monday. that had barricaded or locked himself in
Gov. Terry McAuliffe is 61. Jazz musician Steve Wilson is 57. tigating a mother’s complaint that her the bathroom, the lavatory,” airport
Country singer Travis Tritt is 55. Actress Julie Warner is 53. toddler’s eyebrows were waxed without Naked passenger forces police Sgt. Darcy Perry told Anchorage
permission at a day care facility in police station KTVA. Her office
Country singer Danni Leigh is 48. Actress Sharon Case is 47.
Washington state. plane back to Anchorage declined to make her available to speak
Actor Jason George is 46. Actress Amber Valletta is 44. Rock
singer Chad Wolf (Carolina Liar) is 42. Actor A.J. Buckley is Alyssa Salgado said she dropped her ANCHORAGE, Alaska — An Alaska to the AP on the direction of the airport
41. Rock musician Richard On (O.A.R.) is 39. 2-year-old daughter off Thursday at the Airlines flight to Seattle was forced to manager, who didn’t return a message.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Feb. 7 Powerball Fantasy Five
Unscramble these four Jumbles, Fri day : Mostly clear.
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words.
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lower 50s.
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Police reports under the influence of alcohol after they hit
a pole on Paloma Avenue, it was reported at
9:41 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 3.
Arre s t s . Two people were arrested for
Poor makeup narcotic violations on Rollins Road, it
Three people stole cosmetics from a was reported at 2:48 a. m. Saturday, Feb.
store and fled on Broadway in Redwood 3.
City, it was reported at 9:39 p. m. Arres t. Someone was arrested after a rou-
Monday, Jan. 29. tine traffic stop when they were found to be
driving under the influence of alcohol on
Chapin Avenue, it was reported at 1:49
BURLINGAME a.m. Saturday, Feb. 3.
Arres t. Someone was arrested for being in Arres t. Someone was arrested after a traf-
possession of narcotic paraphernalia on El fic stop when an officer discovered nar-
Camino Real, it was reported at 10:08 p.m. cotics in the vehicle on Chatham Road and
Saturday, Feb. 3. Oak Grove Avenue, it was reported at 10:44
Arres t. A driver was arrested for driving a.m. Friday, Feb. 2.

Edward Vincent Arnoldi Obituary


Edward Vincent Arnoldi, born June 30,
1949, died Feb. 5, 2018, after a brief illness. “His passing leaves his
Ed is predeceased by parents Anthony family shocked and sad-
John and Celeste Arnoldi of San Francisco dened as they lose a
where he lived in his early years and later decent and caring family
resided in San Mateo. Ed was a graduate of man. You will continue to
Galileo High School class of ’67 and was an live in our hearts Ed.”
avid sports fan who enjoyed Raiders, Giants Visitation service will
and Warriors games. But above all, Ed was a be 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
shining example of a dedicated and living Friday, Feb. 9, at Sneider
family man who lived for his daughter’s & Sullivan &
accomplishments and especially for his O’Connell’s Funeral Home, 977 S. El
newest grandson, Samuel. Ed leaves behind Camino Real, San Mateo. The funeral mass
his wife Sue, daughters Nicola and Andrea, will be noon Saturday, Feb. 10, at St.
son-in-law Robert, grandson Samuel, broth- Timothy Catholic Church, 1515 Dolan Ave.,
er John and predeceased brother Vincent. San Mateo. Interment at Italian Cemetery in
Colma.
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Minecraft enthusiasts, novices unite


Kids, parents to explore virtual worlds at Minefaire
By Anna Schuessler released in 2011, drawing anywhere
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF between 10,000 to 15,000 people to the
five Minefaires Young and event cofounder
Though Philadelphia resident Gabe Young Chad Collins have pulled off since they
doesn’t have enough hours in the day to started convening enthusiasts in 2016.
explain all of the twists and turns players of Young said he enjoys seeing players,
the video game Minecraft can take, this many of whom are accustomed to playing
weekend he and a team of gaming enthusi- on their own, come alive when they meet
asts will attempt to share what makes the others as bullish on the game as they are.
game truly unique with Peninsula residents. Though the events are aimed at attracting all
With opportunities to experience the ages, Young said kids ages 6 to 12 have
game in virtual reality, live entertainment come to enjoy meeting peers and discover-
on four stages and several young gamers ing new ways to approach the game.
sharing tips and tricks with fans of the Getting the chance to meet other youth who
game, Minefaire, the event Young is coordi- have made a name for themselves on
nating at the San Mateo County Event YouTube as experts in the game is as excit-
Center this Saturday and Sunday, is set to ing as it’s been for generations of kids to
immerse players of all ages and ability lev- meet star athletes and celebrities, said
els in a game that’s captivated the minds of Young.
many. “These kids they see these YouTubers as
By gathering resources and building their A listers in a way that we can’t imag- DAVID ROSENBLUM
structures like staircases, mazes and amuse- ine,” he said. “It gives a lot of these kids Young crowds cheer Minecraft experts at a Minefaire gathering last year. Popular with kids ages
ment parks in the game, Minecraft players the motivation and the energy to keep 6 to 12, the game is catching on with parents.
can create their own worlds and solve prob- going.”
lems in creative ways, said Young. In giv- Though Young and Collins have experi- dinner, Young said he’s realized how much they’ve spent hours exploring.
ing players the option to work with or com- ence convening kids at events like a Lego the game is teaching them about topics like “These kids are going to grab their par-
pete against others and code within the convention, Young said it wasn’t until they agriculture, history, geology and architec- ents by the hand and say look what I’m
game to create maps of new worlds, saw their own children playing the game ture, all without their feeling like they are doing,” he said. “Now they’re going to have
Minecraft offers players a seemingly that they saw how captivating it was and being taught. And he’s hoping the same a better idea of how to guide their kids.”
boundless environment to explore, said decided to focus their energy in planning understanding spreads among parents in the
Young. Minecraft events. 11 cities expected to play host to Minefaire Minefaire will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“Basically there’s no limit to what you “We were blown away with how much this year. Feb. 10 and 11 at the San Mateo County
can do with Minecraft,” he said. “Your only we’re learning by watching [them] learn,” Young’s advice to other parents attending Ev ent Center, 1346 Saratoga Driv e. Visit
limitation is your imagination.” he said. “There’s a lot of things happening the event with their kids is to be open to minefaire.com for more information and to
And perhaps that’s why so many kids in these little brains.” experiences they might not have had as kids purchase tick ets, which start at $45 and are
have been drawn to the game since it was A go-to activity for his four kids before and let them teach them about a game free for children age 2 and under.

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GOVERNMENT owned utilities that serve Californians, Res o l uti o n 1 , which was signed into law acter are among the topics to be addressed,
• State Sen. Jerry including electric, gas, water and small in December, according to Hill’s office. according to a survey gauging the priori-
Hi l l , D- S an telephone companies, and requires the ties of residents interested in Burlingame’s
Mat e o , introduced Cal i f o rn i a Pub l i c Ut i l i t i e s CITY GOVERNMENT housing market. The Ci ty Co unci l is
legislation Thursday Co mmi s s i o n to adjust the rates charged expected to be present to listen to the
to require that the by such utilities “within 90 days after any •  Burl i ng ame residents interested in issues raised.
savings privately probable savings can be determined, or housing development — and the potential The discussion will begin 9 a.m. and run
owned utilities reap from recent federal tax reasonably estimated,” according to Hill’s affects invited through residential growth until 11 a.m, with an open house to follow,
changes are passed along to customers in office. — are invited to join a community discus- Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Lions Club, 990
The utilities stand to gain as yet untold sion this weekend. Burlingame Ave.

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Justin Trudeau pitches


Canadian globalism to
Bay Area tech industry
By Juliet Williams Trudeau demurred when asked whether
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Trump’s immigration efforts are making the
sales pitch easier, pointing to the power of
SAN FRANCISCO — Canadian Prime globalism.
Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday pitched “We know that bringing in great talent
Canadian globalism and the country’s new from around the world is an enormous bene-
fast-track visa as reasons why Silicon fit, not just to the companies that want to
Valley companies should consider Canada do that, but to Canadian jobs and to our
as a place to do business and spend money. country as a whole, so we’re going to con-
tinue to do that,” he said. REUTERS
Trudeau brought his charm offensive to Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the crowd during a town hall meeting at
the San Francisco Bay Area amid increasing His stops Thursday were designed to
unease over U.S. immigration policy and showcase recruiting successes. Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.
while talks continue over the North Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff announced increasingly important to the Canadian American Free Trade Agreement has focused
American Free Trade Agreement. the online business software company will government, said Rana Sarkar, the consul on physical commodities such as vehicle
The heated debate over immigration since invest another $2 billion in its Canadian general of Canada in San Francisco. He said manufacturing, dairy and timber, skilled
the election of President Donald Trump has operations. it fits with the “innovation strategy” the workers have also become increasingly
provided a clear opening for Canada to pro- And San Francisco-based AppDirect, an Trudeau government has promoted since its mobile between the U. S. , Canada and
mote itself to Silicon Valley. online management platform whose co- election in 2015. Mexico.
As American employers worry about CEO first met Trudeau in political science “It’s the global epicenter for many of Google built its latest DeepMind artifi-
access to foreign workers, Canada is offer- class at McGill University in Montreal, these revolutions. We need to be here both cial intelligence facility at the University
ing a two-week, fast-track employment per- said it would add another 300 jobs in Canada offensively to ensure that we’re telling our of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, after sev-
mit for certain workers, dubbed the “global in the next five years. story. ... And we’re also here defensively to eral of its graduates came to work on the
skills strategy visa.” Trudeau is also meeting with Amazon ensure that we’re here at the table when the project.
Government-sponsored billboards in Chief Executive Jeff Bezos as Bezos consid- decisions about the next economy are The next round of talks over the 24-year-
Silicon Valley pitch: “H1-B Problems? ers the location for its second headquarters. made,” Sarkar said. old trade pact in Mexico later this month
Pivot to Canada.” Recruiters from cities in Toronto, which has created a government- Trudeau’s stop in San Francisco also loomed over Trudeau’s visit. Trump has
Canada attend Canadian university alumni sponsored innovation hub for tech compa- highlights the already strong ties between called the agreement a job-killing “disas-
events in the valley, urging graduates to nies, was the only one of several Canadian Canada and California, particularly in ter” on the campaign trail and has threat-
come home “to your next career move in the cities that applied to make the shortlist. research, academia and technology. ened to withdraw from it if he can’t get what
Great White North.” The San Francisco Bay Area has become While much of the attention on the North he wants.

related career began with the U.S. Maritime Honda, killing Jouaux,
Port of Redwood City Administration in San Francisco. Local briefs according to the District
head announces retirement “Mike has been instrumental in helping vehicular manslaughter and hit-and-run Attorney’s Office.
Michael Giari, executive director of the the port grow and sustain that growth,” said charges for a crash that killed a man near La A witness saw Doane
Port of Redwood City, announced Thursday Commission Chairman Dick Dodge said. Honda in 2016 was sentenced to 11 years in climb out of the over-
he will be retiring May 1 “Tonnage across the port docks has more state prison Thursday, according to the San turned Ford bleeding
or when a successor is in than tripled since Mike assumed his posi- Mateo County District Attorney’s Office. from his mangled left
place. tion in 1995 and the port has attracted new After a 21-day trial in November, El hand and arm, saying “I
Giari joined the Port of businesses that benefit Silicon Valley.” Granada resident Tom Doane was found need to die ... I really just
Redwood City in 1988 as Dodge said Giari has brought the port’s guilty of his charges in a March 27, 2016, Tom Doane need to die,” prosecutors
manager of trade develop- facilities up to date, including major wharf incident that killed Francois Jouaux, a 46- said.
ment and was promoted to modernization. Giari also improved the year-old man with a wife and children. He He fled into the woods and California
executive director in May port’s waterfront recreation facilities and was ordered to pay $1,143,624.06 in resti- Highway Patrol officers were unable to find
1995. Prior to joining opportunities for the community. Dodge tution to the victim and will receive 1,366 him.
Michael Giari the port, he worked for said that the port will launch a search for his days credit for time served, according to Doane later showed up at Kaiser
the Port Authority of New successor with an emphasis on candidates prosecutors. Permanente Medical Center in Redwood
York and New Jersey as assistant manager of with port management experience. Just before 7 p.m., Doane drove his 2001 City and said he had been in a motorcycle
a major waterfront development project and Ford F-250 into opposing lanes of traffic accident, but he was the registered owner of
as a marine transportation planner. Prior to Man sentenced to 11 years on the 7400 block of La Honda Road and the truck and investigators were able to link
that position, he was with the American prison for La Honda Road crash crashed head-on into a 1992 Honda Civic him to the crash, prosecutors said.
Association of Port Authorities at its head- driven by Jouaux. The truck rolled over the His defense attorney Dan Barton was not
quarters in Washington, D.C. Giari’s port- A 48-year-old man convicted of felony immediately available for comment.

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Around the Bay
Jack Johnson descendant hopes Court upholds
San Francisco law on
for pardon, maybe from Trump
By Kareem Copeland served about a year in federal
rental housing buyouts
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal
appeals court has upheld a San
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS prison and was released in 1921. Francisco law that regulates the
He died in 1946 in an auto crash. ability of landlords to pay tenants
In Jim Crow America, it’s no Muhammad Ali often praised to vacate their apartments.
wonder that Jack Johnson was the Johnson and would explain how The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of
most despised African-American he admired Johnson’s courage. Appeals said Thursday the law does
of his generation. “They say I’m controversial and not violate landlords’ free speech,
they say I’m bold, but I wasn’t privacy, equal protection or due
The first black boxing heavy-
nothing like Jack Johnson,” Ali process rights.
weight champion of the world,
once told broadcaster Howard San Francisco supervisors
Johnson humiliated white fighters
Cosell. “They had lynchings and passed the law in 2014 over con-
and flaunted his affection for white
rapings and burnings and every cerns that landlords were pressur-
women, even fleeing the country
time he’d fight they’d lynch ing tenants to accept buyouts to
after an all-white jury convicted
Negroes and burn houses. This get around rent control restrictions
him of “immorality” for one of his
man was told if you beat this white and lease the housing for much
relationships.
man we’re going to shoot you more money.
Now, more than 100 years later, Rental prices in San Francisco
Johnson’s great-great niece wants from the audience. He said well
just shoot my black so-and-so have skyrocketed.
President Donald Trump to clear The law requires landlords to
the champion’s name with a Linda E.Haywood has pressed to have her great-great uncle Jack Johnson because I’m a knock him out.
pardoned since President George W. Bush was in office, a decade ago. inform tenants of their rights in a
posthumous pardon. And she has “Here’s a Negro during the time
Posthumous pardons are rare, but not unprecedented. buyout. It also allows tenants to
the backing of Sen. John McCain, you’d be lynched for looking at
back out of a buyout deal within 45
who has supported a Johnson par- slaves, defeated Tommy Burns for But Johnson also refused to white ladies. He’d walk down the
days.
don since 2004. the heavyweight title in 1908 at a adhere to societal norms, living street and left the country with
Chris Skinnell, an attorney for
“Jack Johnson was a boxing time when blacks and whites lavishly and brazenly and dating them. He was bold. ... He had to be
landlord groups that challenged
legend and pioneer whose career rarely entered the same ring. He outside of his race in a time when a courageous man.”
the law, said he was reviewing the
and reputation were ruined by a then mowed down a series of whites often killed African- The stain on Johnson’s reputa- decision and considering next
racially charged conviction more “great white hopes,” culminating Americans without fear of legal tion forced some family members steps.
than a century ago,” McCain said in 1910 with the undefeated former repercussions. In 1913, he was to live in shame of his legacy —
in a statement to the Associated champion, James J. Jeffries. convicted of violating the Mann the exact opposite of how San Francisco sues California
Press. “Johnson’s imprisonment “He is one of the craftiest, cun- Act, which made it illegal to trans- Johnson led his life.
forced him into the shadows of ningest boxers that ever stepped port women across state lines for Family “didn’t talk about it
over ride-hailing licenses
bigotry and prejudice, and contin- into the ring,” said the legendary “immoral” purposes. because they were ashamed of him, SAN FRANCISCO — San
ues to stand as a stain on our boxer John L. Sullivan, in the After seven years as a fugitive, that he went to prison,” Linda E. Francisco is suing California over
national honor.” aftermath of what was called “the Johnson eventually returned to Haywood, 61, said of her great- a state law that allows Uber and
Johnson, the son of former fight of the century.” the U.S. and turned himself in. He great uncle. Lyft drivers to have a single busi-
ness license to drive anywhere in
the state.
GOP lawmaker says panel investigating Russia is ‘poison’ City Attorney Dennis Herrera
says the law prevents San
Francisco from requiring drivers
By Mary Clare Jalonick leaders of the panel’s investigation lance warrant on a onetime Trump tions aren’t public.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign associate. Much of the tension has been who live outside the city to obtain
election and whether the Trump The plan to divide the between the Republican chairman a local business license when driv-
WASHINGTON — Partisan spar- campaign was involved. Republican and Democratic staff of the panel, California Rep. Devin ing in the city. Herrera says that
ring over the Russia investigation “The level of trust is just gone,” comes as members of the two par- Nunes, and the committee’s top deprives the city of money that
is causing chaos on the traditional- Rooney said, adding that “certain ties have publicly been at odds, Democrat, California Rep. Adam could be used to offset mainte-
ly bipartisan House intelligence things definitely suffer,” like how first over the panel’s ongoing Schiff, who have been chiding each nance and traffic costs from the
committee — with the panel now to fund and conduct oversight over investigation into Russia and more other since launching the Russia large number of out-of-town driv-
planning to build a wall to separate intelligence agencies. recently over Republican investi- investigation together last year. ers.
Republican and Democratic staff Rooney said he was discouraged gations into the FBI and Justice Schiff said dividing the two The city filed the lawsuit on
who have long sat side by side. that only three or four members of Department. A committee official staffs would be a “terrible” mis- Thursday in state court.
A senior Republican on the com- the committee attended a recent confirmed the plan to separate take. Herrera says nearly every other
mittee, Florida Rep. Tom Rooney, national security briefing on a staff, characterizing the move as “While we have more than our business owner who operates in
said Thursday that he thinks the “very sensitive issue abroad that bringing the panel into line with share of difficulties, the important San Francisco is required to obtain
committee is “poison” right now, that we have been following for most other committees in the oversight work of the committee a local license.
characterizing partisan tensions as years” as lawmakers publicly House where majority and minority continues with our staff working The law was passed last year. The
a total breakdown on committee debated their differences over a staff use different offices. The offi- together, irrespective of party,” office of the state senator who
that could have national security GOP memo that criticized methods cial declined to be identified Schiff said. “This would be a very authored it did not immediately
concerns. Rooney is one of the the FBI used to obtain a surveil- because the committee’s opera- destructive decision.” have comment.
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Syria says rare U.S. strike an effort ‘to support terrorism’


By Sarah El Deeb them during and after it. The Russian offi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cials offered assurances that they would not
engage the coalition forces in the area,
Veale said.
BEIRUT — Syrian state-run media said
“Pro-regime forces initiated hostilities
Thursday a rare U.S. strike on government-
with artillery pieces (howitzers).
backed troops in eastern Syria killed and
Additionally, Syrian pro-regime forces
wounded dozens of tribal fighters, calling it
maneuvered T-55 and T-72 main battle tanks
a new effort “to support terrorism.”
with supporting mortar fire in what appears
The U.S.-led coalition said its action was to be a coordinated attack on Syrian
in “self-defense,” citing a major attack on Democratic Forces approximately 8 kilo-
its allied forces and U.S. advisers in Deir el- meters (5 miles) east of the Euphrates River
Zour province by at least 500 fighters, bat- de-confliction line in Khusham, Syria,”
tle tanks, howitzers and mortars. Veale said.
The overnight attack, which a U.S. mili- By crossing the river, the pro-govern-
tary official earlier said killed about 100 of ment forces would have violated the exist-
the attackers, added another layer to the ing de-confliction agreement between
Syrian conflict that is once again plunging Washington and Moscow, approaching
into a new and unpredictable spiral of vio- U.S.-backed forces based near an oil field.
lence. Russia is the main ally of Syrian President
The attack in Deir el-Zour province in Bashar Assad.
northeastern Syria occurred in crowded bat- Asked if Russia was responsible for not
tle space. A stronghold of Islamic State mil- stopping the attack, Veale said: “The de-
itants until late last year, the province also REUTERS
confliction effort has served its purpose.
was the group’s main source of oil revenue. People are seen inspecting the damage after an air raid in the besieged town of Douma in Just as the coalition does not direct the
U.S.-backed Kurdish-led forces have been eastern Ghouta in Damascus, Syria. operations of the SDF, the Russians do not
fighting for control of Deir el-Zour with based in the west. Previous friction was In an email Thursday to the Associated direct operations of the Syrian regime.”
rival Russian-backed Syrian troops that are reported before, but Wednesday’s incident Press, Col. Thomas F. Veale said the coali- Veale said they suspect the Syrian pro-
reinforced by Iranian-supported militias. appeared to be the largest since last year. tion reported to the Russians the buildup of government forces were trying to seize ter-
The U.S.-backed forces control areas east The IS militants have been dispersed in the the pro-government forces in the area rain from the U.S.-backed forces liberated
of the Euphrates River and most of the oil province, which also has a number of U.S. before the attack, and communicated with from IS militants last year, including major
and gas fields, while government forces are bases. oil fields in the area.

Feds seek citizenship of man who violated Iraq sanctions


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS posed as a charity that assisted famine vic- Relief Agency. It secretly funneled a total of ties. He served nearly five years in prison
tims in Africa. The organization collected $1 about $1.4 million to Iraq, the department before being released in August 2016.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Department of million to $3 million in contributions each said. The U.S. group was dissolved in 2004, It wasn’t immediately clear where Hamed
Justice is seeking to revoke the citizenship year from 1991 to 2003. after the government deemed it a terrorist has been living since his release from prison.
of the former leader of a Missouri-based According to the complaint, Hamed regu- organization. At the time, the organization Charles Swift, the attorney who represented
organization that illegally funneled money larly transferred funds from the organization was ordered to transfer more than $800,000 Hamed during his criminal case, did not reply
to Iraq. to an account in Jordan controlled by a man in assets to a charity that assists farmers and to a phone message.
The federal agency filed a complaint who transferred the money, or goods bought drought victims in East Africa. If he loses his citizenship, he would revert
Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Kansas with the funds, to Iraq, which violated U.S. Hamed, a native of Sudan, pleaded guilty to back to permanent resident status and the
City, seeking to revoke the naturalization of sanctions against that country. conspiracy, lying to federal agents and mis- Department of Homeland Security would
Mubarak Hamed, once the director of the IARA, based in Columbia, Missouri, was using the tax-exempt status given to chari- begin removal proceedings.
Islamic American Relief Agency, which the U.S. office of the Sudan-based Islamic
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • Feb. 9, 2018 9


Saving California’s great Sierra forests
natural state.
Importance of grief
Other voices
I
The Sacramento Bee Another set of intriguing recom- t’s a funny thing about grief. Interesting might be a
mendations involves focusing eco- better word for it. We seem to spend our whole lives
avoiding grief, and its associated losses, rather

G
iven the huge sums nomic development efforts that put to
• The state spent $600 million focusing on gathering love and experience and knowledge
California has spent staving use forest products and provide jobs
fighting fires in 2017 and property and wisdom and all the other intangibles for which we
off wildfires, curbing green- in economically depressed parts of
damage exceeded $9 billion. Once cannot account with a numerical value.
house gas and ensuring clean air and California.
fires are out, water districts must They are a part of our feelings, which is something
clean water, it is surprising that more The report suggests using grants to
spend millions to remove eroded soil many don’t like to reveal. They can be what we absorb and
attention hasn’t been paid to the one finance specialty mills that could han-
from reservoirs. know and learn to keep to ourselves or attempt to ration-
factor those challenges have in com- dle the spindly trees that should be
• Healthier forests could help with alize and sometimes keep at bay.
mon: trees. felled so the rest of the forest can
the state’s perennial lack of water. If Then there is grief, which some could say is the oppo-
California’s forests, and in particu- flourish. Another notion is to create
forests are thinned, using prescribed site of love and attachment and yet very much caused by
lar the massive forests of the Sierra power plants that would turn forest
burns and selective logging, the state them, or rather the loss caused as love and attachment
Nevada, play a role that is as critical waste into electricity.
could realize up to 6 percent more leave in some form. It too is something we don’t often
to California’s environment as it is The report cited the town of North
water, the report said, quoting a reveal. It can be considered shameful. A sign of weakness.
misunderstood and taken for granted. Fork, where a former sawmill was put
Nature Conservancy report. But it shouldn’t be. It is simply part of the palette of life.
Now a report issued this week by back into use with funding by the
The report focuses on the 10 mil- We sometimes choose our colors, and sometimes the col-
California Energy Commission. The
the governmental watchdog Little lion forested acres in the Sierra, ors choose us.
result included a small biomass power
Hoover Commission sounds the alarm encompassing a fourth of California’s As we get older, we accumu-
plant and a mill that turns wood from
on the state of the state’s forests, not- landmass. Weakened by insufficient late grief in its different forms.
trees killed by bark beetles into pal-
ing something we have warned of water, Sierra trees are unable to fend The death of a loved one. A
lets. The facility’s payroll of a few
before: The Sierra Nevada forests are off bark beetles. At last count, 129 confidant departing. A friend
dozen jobs is small, but not for a
being mismanaged in ways that affect million trees have died. moving away. A mentor pass-
community of 3,500 people.
every Californian. Our approach must The real problem dates back a centu- ing. Someone who was men-
Such facilities could be created in
change. ry to decisions by the federal and state tored moving on. A completed
towns up and down the Sierra, helping
The feds must become a full partner governments to fight fires at all cost. project. Every type of loss
to invigorate a part of California that
in solving the problem. Uncle Sam The policy proved to be too success- hurts and that is grief. We push
has not benefited from the economic
owns 57 percent of the forests in ful. Prior to Europeans’ arrival, fire it aside and hope that time will
boom in the Bay Area and much of
California. The state owns a mere 2.2 burned 4.5 million acres annually in heal, and it does.
urban Southern California.
percent. Most of the rest is in private California. From 1950 through 1999, And yet it still rises up on
In 2017, Gov. Jerry Brown and the
hands. But we all have an interest in about 250,000 acres burned annually. occasion, particularly at times
Legislature made a significant down
healing the forests: When fires do catch, they burn hotter, that are quiet and naturally
payment by earmarking $200 million
• Massive fires can erase any gains destroying trees that in an earlier time reflective and can seize us if we
for forest health. More will be needed,
made in curbing factory and auto could have withstood the flames. let it. The natural impulse for
and much of it ought to come from the
emissions. The 2013 Rim Fire near The Little Hoover Commission many is to tamp it, yet some collect grief as easily as
feds.
Yosemite emitted as much greenhouse offers several worthy solutions, not they do defense mechanisms. Some occupy thoughts
It took a century to get into the cur-
gas as the city of San Francisco pro- the least of which is a public educa- through politics, sports or other addictions. Others take
rent situation. It will take a genera-
tion campaign. People need to accept solace in the day to day. There is always much to do. There
duces in a year, and more methane is tion to return our forests to health.
regular prescribed burns and selective is cleaning, arranging, work, emails, bills, planning,
being emitted as dead vegetation The Little Hoover Commission report
logging to return forests to a more lunches to be made and ponytails to perfect. There is plen-
decays, the report says. offers a path to get there.
ty, for most. And it’s all important.
But even in the arena, when the incoming is hot and

Letters to the editor heavy, grief can grab you. Reminders are ever present.
And it can combine with others, as it does over the years
until the losses accumulate and grief is the underlying
economic miracle of the age, the my father would bring me to see the patina to your memories. If we are lucky, we can hold onto
Affordable environmental movement was pre- them until the very end when the memories are what make
Giants at Seals Stadium. They were
housing in Burlingame venting the development of afford- my team. I have watched them win
up most of our existence.
able housing, forcing many employ- Until then, we move on and do what it is that we do
Editor, and lose over the years and I have fol-
ees to commute to the East Bay, a best. We mentor anew. We begin new projects. We consid-
Kudos to the Burlingame City lowed Barry Bonds for many years.
problem that persists today. Now that er and take care of the needs of others. We live our lives
Council (“Burlingame officials reach For years, I thought of him as a and appreciate all that is given to us. Through our grief,
affordable housing terms” in the Feb. they are settled, and living with the players player, he could hit home we should recognize that life changes, and that what is
7 edition of the Daily Journal) for long commute, it is being proposed runs whenever he wanted. His name considered to be a loss does not always have to be. There
hammering out the deal for affordable that bridge tolls be increased by three kept the Giants in San Francisco. can be a shift, a new chapter.
housing, while retaining ownership dollars, so that we can fix our streets Every kid looked up to him, then he Grief is a reminder that there is love and loss and con-
of the land. I would recommend, how- and such. changed. He decided that he needed an nection and growth. As we move forward, it is an
ever, that they give housing priority Those of us who live here will pay extra edge and that’s when my respect inevitability that we must carry with us in all of its forms,
to city workers. We want them to be a nothing and the trans-Bay commuters for him stopped. not as a burden but as a gift. Grief is evidence that life,
part of the community and we will will pay upward of $700 a year. Of Not only did he cheat the game but with all of its messiness, has meaning and that we do too.
need them close at hand in a disaster. course, it is grossly unfair, but it will ***
also he lied about it after. If only he
It would also help with recruiting probably pass as voters have a record You might be wondering after that last stretch of words
owned up to what he was doing (it was
efforts. By offering the units at ran- of approving taxes that other people if everything is OK. I can assure you it is. Great, even. It’s
legal at that time) many would for-
dom, we would be subsidizing pay. just that I’ve been processing this topic and thought shar-
employers who refuse to pay livable give and forget. Retiring his number
is only going to show kids that ing those thoughts might help others. And I guess I want-
wages. ed to show that it’s not all just politics and news, some-
T. Jack Foster cheating and lying is the way to the
top. They need a hero that they can times there is life too.
Tim Donnelly San Mateo ***
Burlingame assimilate into their lives, unfortu-
nately it not Barry Bonds.     But on to something else. The always interesting Claire
Mack will be at the San Mateo County History Museum 1
Barry Bonds is not a hero p.m. to 2 p.m. Mack was San Mateo’s first African-
Unfair tolls Editor, Robert Nice American mayor and she will be sharing some of her fami-
Editor, I have had season tickets for as ly’s history in the city — which dates back to 1913. It is
Redwood City
As Silicon Valley was becoming the long as I can remember, before that part of the Courthouse Docket series. Go to
historysmc.org/courthouse-docket for more information.
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Stock market plunges again


By Marley Jay The S&P 500, the benchmark
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS for many index funds, shed 100.66
High: 24,903.68 points, or 3.8 percent, to 2,581.
NEW YORK — The Dow Jones Low: 23,849.23 Even after this week’s losses, the
industrials plunged more than Close: 23,860.46 S&P 500 index is up 12.5 percent
1,000 points Thursday, deepening Change: -1032.89 over the past year. The Nasdaq
a weeklong sell-off and dragging composite fell 274.82 points, or
the stock market into an official OTHER INDEXES 3.9 percent, to 6,777.16.
“correction” for the first time in S&P 500: 2581 -100.66 Corrections are seen as entirely
two years as fearful investors NYSE Index: 12,270.65 -416.53 normal occurrences, and the mar-
sought to get out before their loss- Nasdaq: 6777.16 -274.83 ket, currently in its second-
es mounted. NYSE MKT: 2496.07 -39.80 longest bull run of all time, has
The rout marked a stark turn- Russell 2000: 1463.79 -44.18 not seen one in two years, an
about in investors’ mood from just Wilshire 5000: 26,822.11 -1002.75
unusually long time. Many market
two weeks ago, when indexes set watchers have predicted a pullback
their latest record highs. Since 10-Yr Bond: 2.85 +0.00 for some time, saying stock prices
then, the Dow and the Standard & Oil (per barrel): 60.42 -1.37 have become too expensive rela-
Poor’s 500 have fallen 10 percent, Gold : 1,321.50 +6.90 tive to company earnings.
Wall Street’s traditional definition Stocks are not falling because
of a correction. of the selling. Facebook and but investors worried that rising Scott Wren, senior global equity investors have doubts about the
“In January, we talked about fear Boeing have both fallen sharply. wages will hurt corporate profits strategist for Wells Fargo economy. Employers are hiring at
of missing out. What we have now A hint of rising inflation and and could signal an increase in Investment Institute, said a healthy pace, with unemploy-
is what I call fear of getting interest rates last week was all it inflation. A pickup in inflation investors are worried that the ment at a 17-year low of 4.1 per-
caught,” said Tom Martin, senior took to set off a cascade of could prompt the Federal Reserve higher wages could eat into corpo- cent. The housing industry is
portfolio manager with Globalt investor angst. to raise interest rates at a faster rate profits and that the Fed could solid. Manufacturing is rebound-
Investments. After huge gains in the first pace, which would act as a brake “make a mistake” and raise rates ing. Households and businesses
The market began falling in the weeks of this year, stocks started on the economy. Inflation can too quickly. are spending freely. Personal debt
first few minutes of trading, and to tumble last Friday after the also send bond yields higher, The Dow Jones industrial aver- has lightened since the financial
the pace of the declines worsened Labor Department said workers’ which makes it more expensive age lost 1,032.89 points, or 4.1 crisis a decade ago. And major
as the day wore on. Many of the wages grew at a fast rate in for individuals, companies and percent, to 23,860.46. Boeing, economies around the world are
companies that rose the most over January. even the U.S. government to bor- Goldman Sachs and Home Depot growing in tandem for the first
the last year have borne the brunt That’s good for the economy, row money. took some of the worst losses. time since the Great Recession.

Imperva beats Clara-based company said it had net International Inc. on Thursday earnings of $58.4 million.
Business briefs income of $1.78. Earnings, adjust- reported a loss of $13.3 million in The Brisbane-based company
4Q profit forecasts million in the period, which fell ed for one-time gains and costs, its fiscal first quarter. said it had profit of 45 cents per
REDWOOD SHORES — Imperva short of Street forecasts. Seven came to $1.72 per share. The Menlo Park-based company share.
Inc. on Thursday reported fourth- analysts surveyed by Zacks expect- The results exceeded Wall Street said it had a loss of 37 cents per The results beat Wall Street
quarter net income of $3.6 million, ed $91.2 million. expectations. The average estimate share. expectations. The average estimate
after reporting a loss in the same of nine analysts surveyed by Zacks The biopharmaceutical company of four analysts surveyed by Zacks
For the year, the company report-
period a year earlier. Investment Research was for earn- posted revenue of $9.3 million in Investment Research was for earn-
ed net income of $22.9 million, or
ings of $1.16 per share. the period. ings of 45 cents per share.
The Redwood Shores-based com- 67 cents per share, swinging to a
Nvidia shares have climbed 12 Corium shares have risen 25 per- The biopharmaceutical company
pany said it had profit of 11 cents profit in the period. Revenue was
percent since the beginning of the cent since the beginning of the posted revenue of $69.5 million in
per share. Earnings, adjusted for reported as $321.7 million. the period, also exceeding Street
year, while the Standard & Poor’s year. In the final minutes of trading
stock option expense and amortiza- forecasts. Three analysts surveyed
Nvidia beats 500 index has decreased 3.5 per- on Thursday, shares hit $12.01,
tion costs, came to 40 cents per by Zacks expected $65.2 million.
cent. In the final minutes of trading more than quadrupling in the last 12
share. The results exceeded Wall Street 4Q forecasts on Thursday, shares hit $217.52, a months. For the year, the company report-
Street expectations. The average ed profit of $134.1 million, or
estimate of nine analysts surveyed SANTA CLARA — Nvidia Corp. climb of 83 percent in the last 12
by Zacks Investment Research was on Thursday reported fiscal fourth- months. Innoviva beats $1.17 per share. Revenue was
reported as $217.2 million.
for earnings of 27 cents per share. quarter net income of $1.12 bil- Street 4Q forecasts Innoviva shares have dropped
The data security software
lion. Corium reports 1Q loss BRISBANE — Innoviva Inc. on almost 3 percent since the begin-
On a per-share basis, the Santa
provider posted revenue of $91.1 MENLO PARK — Corium Thursday reported fourth-quarter ning of the year.

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Twitter makes money for first
time ever, but problems remain
By Barbara Ortutay including an influential chief operating offi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cer leaving after Thursday’s earnings report.
Twitter said it had an average of 330 mil-
NEW YORK — Twitter made money for the lion monthly active users in the final three
first time in its nearly 12-year history, a months of last year, unchanged from the pre-
milestone that satisfied investors in the vious quarter and below Wall Street’s esti-
short term but might not resolve the compa- mate of 333 million. By contrast, Facebook
ny’s broader problems any time soon. has 2.2 billion and Instagram has more than
The company is still struggling to get 800 million.
people to sign up, despite the attention Twitter hadn’t turned a profit until now
President Donald Trump’s no-holds barred because — competing with Facebook,
tweets have drawn to the service. One prob- Google and others for digital ad dollars — it
lem: Anyone can read tweets without signing didn’t attract enough advertising revenue to
up. As a result, Twitter’s user base pales com- make up for its expenses. But it’s been cut-
pared with Facebook and the Facebook- ting costs and focusing on new revenue
owned Instagram. streams, such as live video.
REUTERS And that means fewer advertising opportu- In some good news, the company grew
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell at the Federal Reserve. nities. revenue by 2 percent to $732 million in the
Beyond that, Twitter has been dealing with final three months of 2017. That’s above the

How market turmoil could policing hate speech and abusive comments,
fake accounts and attempts by Russian
agents to spread misinformation. Every time
Twitter tries to respond to a problem, it’s
$687 million that analysts polled by
FactSet were expecting. Its net income — a
first — was $91 million, or 12 cents per
share. Adjusted earnings were 19 cents,

affect Fed’s rate decisions


By Martin Crutsinger by the 2008 financial crisis.
either not good enough, or some other prob-
lem emerges.
“They are playing whack-a-mole with
these problems,” said Michael Connor,
above analysts’ expectations of 14 cents.
The San Francisco company’s stock
jumped $3.27, or 12 percent, to close
Thursday at $30.18. It peaked during the day
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS But as the plunge in markets showed, the whose Open Mic group helps investors push at $35, its highest level since 2015.
path forward is likely to be trickier and per- tech companies to address privacy, abuse and The quarter “was a breath of fresh air for
WASHINGTON — Wall Street has thrown a haps riskier. The Fed’s perennial challenge other issues. “They say they have the prob- investors that have patiently awaited for
rather sour welcoming party for Jerome is to keep rates high enough to prevent the lem under control, but they don’t know what this turnaround story to manifest after years
Powell. economy from overheating and igniting the problem is exactly.” of pain,” said Daniel Ives, head of technolo-
On Monday, Powell’s very first day as inflation — but low enough to nurture Add to that a revolving door of executives, gy research at GBH Insights.
Federal Reserve chairman, the Dow Jones healthy growth.
The central bank left rates unchanged in
industrial average suffered its worst percent-
age drop since 2011. The selling has raged
on in the days since, fueled partly by fear
January at Yellen’s last meeting as chair. But
it had signaled in December that it expected
Amazon to roll out delivery at Whole Foods
that higher inflation will lead the Fed to to raise rates three times in 2018, just as in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS announced plans to buy Whole Foods.
accelerate its interest rates hikes and weak- 2017. Amazon shoppers can order meat, seafood
en the economy and the stock market. On The turbulence coursing through markets Amazon is bringing its speedy delivery to and other Whole Foods grocery items
Thursday, the Dow plunged over 1, 000 has raised speculation that Fed officials Whole Foods — and Margot Good might through the Prime Now app and website.
points, bringing the index’s losses from its might decide to slow their pace of rate never visit the organic grocery chain again. Deliveries started Thursday in Austin,
January highs to more than 10 percent. increases out of fear of upsetting the mar- “I can stay in my pajamas at home and Texas; Cincinnati; Dallas; and Virginia
All of which has left investors wondering kets and possibly harming the economy. have them deliver me my groceries,” she Beach, Virginia; and will expand nationwide
what the Fed and its new leader might do But remarks some officials have made this said Thursday after learning about the new this year.
now. Have they grown concerned about week suggest that the Fed is most likely to service outside a Cincinnati location. While convenient, not everyone wants
inflation? Will they step up their rate hikes stay the course. The online retail giant plans to roll out other people picking out their eggs or fruit.
— or perhaps slow them now in the face of William Dudley, president of the Fed’s two-hour delivery at Whole Foods this year A major hurdle for companies that offer gro-
investor anxiety and lower stock prices? New York regional bank, on Thursday called to those who pay for Amazon’s $99-a-year cery delivery is getting those people to sign
The worry that has seized investors is the stock market’s decline so far “small Prime membership. It is the company’s up, said Darren Seifer, a food and beverage
merely one of the issues Powell faces as he potatoes” relative to the outsize gains of the biggest move since it bought the organic industry analyst at NPD Group.
succeeds Janet Yellen as head of the world’s past few years. grocer last year. “There are always going to be people who
most influential central bank. Before “If it stops here, the implications for the It’s also precisely the action rivals have want their bananas a little green,” he said.
becoming chairman, Powell had indicated economic outlook are very marginal, ” been preparing for since the day Amazon — Ade Ogbomo, a teacher in Dallas, said she
he was inclined to follow the cautious stance Dudley said in an interview on Bloomberg with the Prime program that’s been so suc- orders everything from Amazon — except
toward rate hikes that was a hallmark of TV. “If it were to go on much further and be cessful in cementing customer loyalty — food.
Yellen’s tenure. Yellen’s Fed kept rates near much more persistent, then it could start to
record lows and bought long-term bonds to affect household and business spending
lower borrowing rates for consumers and behavior, and that could actually start to
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nightclubs. Belmont, Burlingame, South multi-family dwelling issue, ” Mayor tance between tobacco retail and schools

SMOKING
Continued from page 1
San Francisco, Foster City, San Mateo,
South San Francisco and unincorporated
San Mateo County are a few of the other
Deborah Penrose said. “If you start restrict-
ing people in multi-family units and you do
not restrict people who can afford to have
and parks, smoke-free buffer zones around
certain locations like government build-
ings, and a prohibition on the sale of
local areas where similar smoking bans their own home, then you’re discriminat- tobacco at pharmacies and cannabis dispen-
have been enacted. ing.” saries.
City Attorney Catherine Engberg pre- The council collectively expressed inter- Vice Mayor Harvey Rarback, who sup- As for the possibility of a cannabis
sented to the council Tuesday a variety of est in adopting smoking regulations of ports a ban on all outdoor smoking in the exception in the smoking ordinance, the
sample ordinances based on the existing some kind, with agreement on details not city — including private backyards — said council appeared reluctant. Several coun-
regulations of other San Mateo County yet reached. he’s against an indoor ban in multi-family cilmembers, including Penrose, agreed that
jurisdictions, including options for a Discussion at the meeting largely residences. cannabis smokers should be subject to the
phase-in period, length of buffer zones, revolved around the issue of regulating same restrictions as tobacco smokers, in
“I believe smoking should be kept
potential smoke-free locations and a possi- smoking in multi-family dwellings. part, because they have access to alterna-
indoors,” he said. “The issue of multi-fami-
ble cannabis exception. tives, including edibles and vaporizers.
“Secondhand smoke in multi-family ly units is a tough one but, from my per-
“We’re definitely taking away rights from Councilman Adam Eisen, said he’d per-
housing just by virtue of the design of the spective, the principle that your home is
some and I take that very seriously,” said sonally like to eliminate smoking in Half
building — shared walls and windows in your castle overrides the possibility that in
Councilwoman Debbie Ruddock. “But on Moon Bay entirely, but conceded people are
close proximity — is drifting across a multi-family dwelling secondhand smoke
the other hand, smoking exposes people to going to smoke one way or another and
units,” said Randy Uang, director of tobac- can escape indoors.”
known carcinogens and I think we have to enforcement can only go so far.
deal with that.” co prevention at the nonprofit Breathe Ruddock said she wants the ordinance to
Earlier this year, Half Moon Bay received California. “I would encourage the council protect non-smokers who live in multi- “We have to have some outlet for peo-
an F grade from the American Lung to consider something that applies to all family as well as single-family homes, and ple,” he said.
Association because there are currently no units and all common areas.” joined Mayor Penrose in calling for more Councilman Rick Kowalczyk appeared to
tobacco-related ordinances on the books. Several speakers called for restrictions input from multi-family residents moving agree.
The proposed ordinances are meant to on smoking in multi-family buildings, an forward. “If we make the ordinance overly restric-
expand on current state laws, which ban issue that inspired some discussion on fair- The council seemed to agree that the pro- tive, the reality of trying to enforce that
smoking in California bars, restaurants and ness. posed ordinances should include a smoking becomes a giant headache,” he said. “I
“Our only real issue of contention is the ban in state parks and beaches, required dis- think there’s a balance to be struck.”

impacts, and whether or not a project other Greystar projects at 1305 and 1409 El Other plans for El Camino Real
GREYSTAR
Continued from page 1
improves aesthetics. Most importantly, we
must ensure that the community gets a
chance to weigh in and that their opinions
Camino Real, which include 137 and 350
residential units respectively.
Warner said the project might also include
While this development would largely
remake the area at the southern end of down-
are heard.” family entertainment or a child care facility, town, further to the north, the city is envi-
Longtime resident Kris Johnson, who has and discussions about what businesses the sioning changes for a 2-mile stretch of El
the cumulative impacts of so many large been outspoken about the amount of new Camino Real between Whipple Avenue to
projects on our community.” space will attract are underway.
construction in Redwood City, said he too the north and Oakwood Drive to the south.
While the 2011 Downtown Precise Plan would have liked outreach before the devel- “The initial concept provides pedestrian That plan, approved by the council in
allows for more housing — 2,500 new units opment was submitted. and bike access to encourage alternative December, includes strategies like intersec-
of housing, 375 of which must be affordable “A project of this magnitude should have methods of transportation and setbacks to tion improvements ensuring drivers, pedes-
—  it included 500,000 square feet of new an incredible amount of community engage- reduce the scale of the buildings,” Warner trians and bicyclists can travel promptly
office space, less than the new proposal. ment and outreach and I’m not seeing it,” added. and safely through the corridor as well as
Bain said that this development will said Johnson, adding that he’s worried the As for the project’s height, Warner said ways businesses can cope should on-street
undergo a full community vetting and that project will worsen traffic conditions and the residential building on Beech Street will parking be replaced with protected bicycle
developers should always seek input from wants to see a more balanced mix of offices be lower than the zoned 85 feet, and the lanes. The plan also proposes to update the
city leaders and the community before sub- and homes. development’s office buildings will all be mixed-use live-work uses currently zoned
mitting a project. “The current ratio is incredibly skewed four stories or less. for sections of the corridor to afford devel-
“But unfortunately, that’s not always the towards jobs, not housing,” he said. opers more flexibility in proposing hous-
case,” Bain said. “Every developer, particu- Based in Charleston, South Carolina,
Greystar manages more than 400,000 units ing developments.
larly developers of large projects should Fifth Redwood City development
expect to undergo tremendous public scruti- and 1,600 properties globally, including As with all developments of this size, the
ny. Projects should enhance the quality of This is Greystar’s fifth Redwood City more than two dozen apartment communi- 1601 El Camino Real proposal will undergo
life in Redwood City, not detract from it. We development, but it’s the company’s first in ties in the Bay Area. Greystar will open an environmental and design review as well
must evaluate housing impacts, traffic the city to feature this much office space. office space of its own on Main Street in as a public hearing process before it’s green
The site is just a couple of blocks from two Redwood City this spring. lit, but there is no timeline as of yet.

manages the pipe, said they’re not yet sure teachers were evacuated when the flooding installed in 1947, but Moilan noted age

FLOOD
Continued from page 1
how the main broke or exactly how much
water escaped, but the pipe leaked water for
at least a couple of hours.
began. There were no injuries.
In addition to extensive flooding in the
school and church, there was flooding in the
isn’t the only factor in determining pipe
condition.
Moilan said he expected repairs to be
St. Matthew Catholic School closed so garages, basements and backyards of about complete sometime Thursday evening.
crews could pump water out of its parking six nearby homes, Moilan said. Traffic on El Camino Real was affected
isolate and shut off water flow to the busted,
lot, classrooms and gym. About 600 stu- Moilan said water service was not affected throughout the morning as two lanes were
12-inch cast iron water main by about 9:30
a.m. dents attend the school at 919 S. El Camino because of redundancy in the pipe system shut down. Aragon Boulevard and Notre
Ross Moilan, district manager for Real. and Cal Water was able to divert water flow Dame Avenue between Maple Street and El
California Water Service, which owns and San Mateo police Sgt. Amanda Von to a separate pipe. Camino Real were closed as well, according
Glahn, said a small number of students and The section of pipe that broke was to police.

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49ers make Garappolo highest paid QB


By Josh Dubow $500,000 per year. organization’s belief in him and the willing- percentage. His 308.4 yards passing per game
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco acquired ness to offer him the largest average per year in his five starts also would have led the
Garoppolo from New contract in NFL history. league had he played a full season.
SANTA CLARA — Jimmy Garoppolo England before the trade While Garoppolo lacks the track record of Garoppolo has won all seven starts in his
signed a record-breaking, five-year contract deadline for a 2018 sec- the top quarterbacks in the NFL after spending career, including two in New England to start
with the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday that ond-round pick. As soon most of his career as Tom Brady’s backup with the 2016 season when Brady was suspended
will pay him a reported $137.5 million to as he took the field a few New England, what he has shown when he has for his role in “Deflategate.” Only four other
keep him off the free-agent market next weeks later, he immediate- gotten on the field has been impressive. quarterbacks since the 1970 merger won their
month without forcing the team to use the ly turned around a fran- He completed 67.4 percent of his passes first seven starts with Ben Roethlisberger the
one-year franchise tag. Jimmy chise that started the year this season, averaging 8.8 yards per attempt most recent to do it with 15 wins in a row in
NFL Network first reported the terms of the Garappolo with a 1-10 record. with seven TDs, five interceptions and a 96.2 the regular season for Pittsburgh in 2004-05.
contract, which is worth $27.5 million per Garoppolo took over as rating. Among quarterbacks with at least 100 Garoppolo’s 2,038 yards passing in his first
season to top the previous record set by starter and led San Francisco to five straight attempts last season, Garoppolo ranked first
Detroit’s Matthew Stafford last year by wins to end the season. That solidified the in yards per attempt, fourth in completion See 49ERS, Page 16

SSF closes in on title Sequoia snaps


M-A’s 42-game
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

The South City girls’ soccer team has


winning streak
By Nathan Mollat
beaten Sequoia only one time in the team’s DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
last five meetings.
But Tuesday’s 1-0 decision over the
Cherokees in Redwood City may be one of The Sequoia girls’ basketball team did
the biggest in recent memory as the something no Peninsula Athletic League
Warriors moved three points closer to the South Division team has done since 2015
Peninsula Athletic League’s Ocean Division — beat Menlo-Atherton.
title. Behind a 19-point, fourth-quarter erup-
With two games left to play in the regular tion, the Cherokees posted a 43-40 win over
season, South City (10-2-1, 31 points) the Bears Wednesday in Redwood City,
holds a five-point lead over Sequoia (8-3-2, snapping M-A’s 42-game PAL South win-
26). The Warriors need a win over the next ning streak.
two games to clinch a division crown and a Westmoor set the PAL record when it won
spot in the Central Coast Section playoffs. 49 straight PAL North Division games from
“We thought we’d win it this year,” said 2002 to 2007.
South City head coach Salvador Navarro. “To have it be at home and the last home
“Last year we were so close (finishing quad, and being a senior, it was big,” said
third).” Sequoia guard Mia Woo, who finished with
Sequoia has set the standard in the Ocean 12 points, eight of which came in the final
Division for the last several years, with the eight minutes.
Cherokees beating the Warriors twice on “It was an emotional night.”
their way to the 2017 title. Caitlin Dulsky also scored 12 points for
This year, the division changed its sched- the Cherokees, all on 3-pointers. She
uling, with every team in the Ocean playing drained two of her four during the game-
each other three times. Sequoia posted a 3-1 deciding fourth quarter.
win Dec. 14. South City rallied from a two- “We hit big shots at the end, which is what
goal deficit in the final 20 minutes to forge you need to do to win these games,” said
a 3-3 tie Jan. 23. Sequoia coach Steve Picchi. “The kids
Tuesday, South City finally got the best stepped up. They wanted it really bad.”
of Sequoia in Redwood City. Using the deliberate style for which
“The improvement South City showed Picchi is known, Sequoia (7-3 PAL South,
this year was incredible,” said Sequoia head 16-6 overall) stayed close with M-A (9-1,
coach Melissa Schmidt. “They have come a 15-7). The Bears led by just two, 14-12,
long way.” after the first quarter, and were up just 21-18
The Warriors benefit from a core of player at halftime. The Bears led by as many as 10
who play year-round — both club and dur- points in the third quarter, settling for a 32-
ing the high school season. That familiari- 24 lead after three periods.
ty shows on the field as the Warriors did to But M-A managed only eight points in the
Sequoia Tuesday what they have been doing fourth.
to teams all season long: dominate posses- “We do what we do — super deliberate. We
sion, send through balls to their skillful try to make the other teams play our style,”
strikers and then absolutely shut down the Picchi said. “Sometime when you’re the
opposing offense. underdog, you just have to keep it close.”
Sequoia employs a similar style, but the The Cherokees used a 9-0 run in the fourth
Warriors simply did it better. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
to take its first lead of the second half with
South City midfielder Fatima Garcia intercepts a pass and goes on the attack during the just under four minutes to play. With about
Warriors’ 1-0 win over Sequoia in a PAL Ocean Division showdown. South City has a six-point
See SSF, Page 18 lead over the Cherokees in the race for the PAL Ocean Division title. See SEQUOIA, Page 14

Giants hope to reload with Longoria, McCutchen


By Janie McCauley new third baseman in depth and talent to five NL West crowns.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Evan Longoria. And rebound right away. “It’s tough to win only 64 games, it real-
that’s not to mention all “We feel like we can ly is. That’s a tough year,” Longoria said.
SAN FRANCISCO — Bruce Bochy’s first the reliable returners play with anybody,” he “Of all the years, we’ve had some bad years,
glimpse at his overhauled roster gives him such as Gold Glove said. that’s a bad year. So I think the feeling is
hope the Giants will feature a lineup much shortstop Brandon Longoria isn’t sugar- we’ve made the appropriate changes along
like the ones of several seasons ago — back Crawford, aces Madison coating anything as the with having the mainstays who are here for
when his club was capturing World Series Bumgarner and Johnny Giants try to rebound a long time and are committed to this organ-
championships every other year. Cueto, and closer Mark from a 64-98 season and ization ... just (having) that belief that last
He will be managing a new outfield. Well, Bruce Bochy Melancon eager to have Evan Longorio overtake the World year was not what this organization is all
with Hunter Pence moving from left to right a bounce-back year. Series runner-up Los about.”
to make room for Andrew McCutchen. And a Bochy is confident he has the roster, Angeles Dodgers, who have won the past
See GIANTS, Page 16
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Local sports roundup College basketball roundup


THURSDAY Cal Spurlock hit the 20-point plateau once No. 11 St. Mary’s keeps rolling Ferrari leads USF past Portland
again to lead Burlingame (3-7 PAL South, 4-18
overall), landing right on the number. He also LOS ANGELES — Jock Landale scored 21 SAN FRANCISCO — Frankie Ferrari had
Girls’ soccer added five blocks. Gavin Coleman posted a dou- points and Jordan Ford added 20 points and 13 points on 4-of-5 shooting and Nate
Mercy-Burlingame 13, Pinewood 0 ble-double, finishing with 12 points and 11 nine rebounds to lead No. 11 Saint Mary’s Renfro scored 12 points to help San
Rania Salamy’s hat trick led a Crusaders rebounds. Robert Uhrich was a rebound shy of to an 83-62 victory over Loyola Francisco hold on for a 65-63 win over
onslaught as they remain undefeated in West his own double-double, scoring 11 points and Marymount on Thursday night. Portland on Thursday night.
Bay Athletic League Skyline Division play. grabbing nine boards. The Gaels (24-2, 13-0 West Coast Chase Foster added 11 points and Matt
In addition to Salamy, Mercy-Burlingame Capuchino (1-7, 7-15) got 14 points from Conference) have won 19 straight games. McCarthy 10 for USF (14-12, 6-7 West
(10-0 WBAL Skyline, 14-4 overall) got two Cruz Thompson, who drained 4 of 8 3-point Their last loss was in November. Coast Conference).
goals each from Elizabeth Bermudez, Sara attempts. Tamier Abuelrous added 13 points, Landale added nine rebounds and four Renfro had two dunks and a layup during a
Bermudez and Isabel Bojorquez. Caroline three rebound and three assists for the steals. Ford made 9 of 11 shots. 10-0 opening run and the Dons never
Callagy, Tori Wei, Jayden Pineda and Raquel Mustangs. Eli Scott had 16 points and 10 rebounds trailed. Malcolm Porter scored eight points
Camacho rounded out the scoring for the for Loyola Marymount (7-17, 2-11), which in a 12-5 spurt that pulled the Pilots (10-
Crusaders. Boys’ soccer has lost seven of its last eight. 16, 4-9) within two points with six minutes
Gen Flieder posted her 10th straight shutout. Emmett Naar had 12 assists and set the left in the half before USF took a 28-26 lead
Harker 2, Menlo School 1 Saint Mary’s record for career assists, pre- into the break.
She hasn’t allowed a goal since last year — Dec. The Eagles dealt the Knights a serious dent in
28 in a 4-1 loss to Urban-SF. viously held by Matthew Dellavedova. The Portland tied it three times in the second
their WBAL title aspirations with a key win. senior guard has 769 assists in his career. half and two free throws by Marcus Shaver
The win clinches at least a division co-cham- With the win, league-leading Harker (8-0-2
pionship for the Crusaders. The Skyline In the first half, Saint Mary’s built as Jr. made it 60-59 with 1:32 to play. Ferrari
WBAL, 26 points) holds a seven-point lead much as a 16-point lead by making high- and Shaver then traded jumpers before
Division champion will face the fourth-place over second-place Menlo (6-2-1, 19).
team in the WBAL’s Foothill Division for the efficiency shots inside. The Gaels scored 26 Ferrari hit two foul shots to make it 64-61
Already trailing 1-0 after an early Harker goal, points in the paint before halftime. with 32 seconds left. Shaver made two free
league’s final automatic CCS spot. Menlo got its only tally in the 18th minute The Lions kept the game within reach and throws before Foster hit one to give USF a
when Billy Hamilton converted a Jonny trailed 40-31 at the break. The Gaels were two-point lead with 13 seconds remaining
Wrestling Ebrahimian cross. too much in the second half and played and D’Marques Tyson missed a potential
El Camino 42, Menlo-Atherton 35 The Eagles scored the game-winner minutes much of it without Landale, who was on the winning 3-pointer with three seconds to
The Bears had three wrestlers finish the regu- later. bench with foul trouble. go.
lar season unbeaten in Peninsula Athletic
League dual meets, but it was the Colts who Girls’ basketball
came out victorious. Carlmont 69, Woodside 25
Josh Meyers, Niko Ozden and Songi Eke all
went 6-0 in PAL dual meets for M-A.
The Scots scored 24 points in the first two
quarters to lead 48-12 at halftime as they cruised Revive your smile - and your life -
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Warriors handle Dallas Baseball union to


open free agent
By Janie McCauley
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Warriors 121, Mavericks 103
Mavericks couldn’t keep up in what Golden State, which earned a 10th
OAKLAND — For a half, the became a dunk fest. The Warriors straight victory in the series.
defending champs looked like their began the fourth on a 14-5 tear. “We just had to provide some sta-

camp in Florida
old dazzling selves. “They strung together a couple of bility,” West said. “That’s what
That was enough to beat Dallas. stops, got some easy fast-break we’ve been talking about with the
The Warriors are looking for much points,” Smith said. “They took the second unit.”
more from themselves. momentum and kept it from that
Stephen Curry had 20 points, point on.” GREEN’S FINE, FRONT TOOTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the union said.
eight assists and seven rebounds, Despite another slow start,
and Golden State bounced back from Green was fined $50,000 by the Personal trainers will not be
Golden State eventually found its NBA for directing inappropriate and NEW YORK — The baseball allowed inside the facility. Players
a tough stretch to top the Mavericks groove and delivered all the big
121-103 on Thursday night. offensive language toward an offi- players’ union will open its own will be provided workout gear, and
plays when it mattered. cial during the Oklahoma City loss. spring training camp for the first the union is arranging liability
Kevin Durant added 24 points, “We fought through that first half,
nine rebounds, Green was ejected with 8:13 time since the end of the 1994-95 insurance, travel and housing.
that malaise, whatever you want to remaining after a second technical strike, inviting free agents to Players will be given per diems.
four assists and call it and ultimately got it going,”
two blocked for arguing with the officials, work out at the IMG Academy in They are to bring their own bats
coach Steve Kerr said. specifically female referee Lauren Bradenton, Florida. and shoes.
shots while The Warriors had dropped three of
Draymond Green Holtkamp. The NBA said the specif- Union head Tony Clark said The players’ association paid
four, including their worst defeat at ic incident for which he was penal- Thursday the camp will open $60,000 in 1995 to rent a training
put up another home in Tuesday’s 125-105 loss to
impressive line: ized occurred in the second quarter. Tuesday and workouts will start site for three weeks in Homestead,
the Thunder. On Thursday night, Green got hit the following day under Bo Porter, Florida. Twenty-nine players were
12 points, 10 Klay Thompson added 18 points,
rebounds, six with his 14th technical of the sea- the Houston Astros’ manager in there when it opened, including
five rebounds and four assists on his son — two away from an automatic 2013-14. The camp is scheduled to Dave Stewart, Todd Stottlemyre,
assists, two 28th birthday.
Draymond blocks and two suspension — in the second quarter run through March 4, and the Chris Sabo, Howard Johnson and
Durant dunked in transition on for arguing after a delay of game union has the option to extend the Mickey Tettleton.
Green steals. back-to-back possessions late in
Dallas star warning. camp through the end of the They wore green, blue, black
the second quarter, one off a steal he Green will wear clear braces for a month.
Dirk Nowitzki had 16 points, 11 made, and Andre Iguodala also had a and red jerseys, along with match-
rebounds, season-high five steals couple of weeks after his front right More than 100 players who ing caps.
slam as the Warriors sent the game tooth was knocked back in a colli-
and two blocks, while rookie exercised their right to become “We’re calling ourselves the
to halftime tied at 60. sion during Tuesday’s loss.
Dennis Smith Jr. scored 22 points. free agents last November are Homestead Hobos. We’re all mis-
David West contributed 10 Green said dentists will monitor
Curry’s pretty three-point play without final agreements. Teams fits,” utilityman Randy Velarde
points, seven rebounds and seven his tooth.
with 1:28 left in the third put the start spring training workouts said.
assists in nearly 17 minutes for “It hasn’t died. Hopefully it stays
Warriors up 88-83, and once Golden next Wednesday. Larry Walker, Orel Hershiser,
State got going in transition the alive,” he said. Agent Scott Boras represents 15 John Kruk and Kevin Brown were
free agents seeking jobs, a group among the top stars who did not
that includes J.D. Martinez, Mike attend the camp because they

Sharks fall to Las Vegas


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Moustakas, Eric Hosmer and Jake
Arrieta. His company has its own
training facilities in North
Miami, Florida, and Newport
thought they were close to reach-
ing deals.

Zack Wheeler beats


Golden Knights 5, Sharks 3 Beach, California, and he is not
Mets in salary arbitration
sure whether his clients will work
SAN JOSE — James Neal and hard shot from Brent Burns into in a puck that bounced off Fleury’s out at his facilities or IMG. PHOENIX — Right-hander Zack
Jonathan Marchessault scored in a the net. shoulder pads from a Burns shot. “They certainly will have the Wheeler beat the Mets in salary
3 1/2-minute span in the third Haula tied it with six minutes Pavelski gave the Sharks a 3-2 option to use either,” he said. arbitration and will get a raise
period, helping the Vegas Golden left in the first, slapping a rebound advantage midway through the The union sent an email to from $800,000 to $1.9 million
Knights beat the San Jose Sharks past Jones. It was Haula’s sixth third, but McNabb evened things agents announcing the decision. instead of New York’s $1.5 mil-
5-3 on Thursday night. goal in eight games and No. 21 on two minutes later. Neal scored the The camp will be open to the play- lion offer.
Brayden McNabb, William the season. go-ahead goal at 15:10. ers who became free agents under Arbitrators John Skonier,
Karlsson and Erik Haula also Karlsson scored 37 seconds into Article XXB of the sport’s collec- Andrew Strongin and Phillip
scored for the Golden Knights, the second period after a Sharks NOTES tive bargaining agreement, the LaPorte made the decision
who closed out a 4-2 road trip. clearing pass hit Logan Couture, The Sharks recalled D Tim Heed most prominent group on the mar- Thursday, a day after hearing argu-
Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 35 resulting in a turnover. from the minors before the game. ket. ments.
shots. Jones nearly made a spectacular ... Jones appeared in his 200th “The location is a dedicated, A 27-year-old right-hander,
Joe Pavelski scored twice for the save, getting his glove on the NHL game. ... Golden Knights F major league-caliber site, with Wheeler had Tommy John surgery
Sharks, who lost their second puck. He wasn’t able to hang onto David Perron played in his 700th multiple full/half fields, a private on March 25, 2016, made one
straight. Timo Meier also scored, it as he lost his balance, giving game. ... Pavelski recorded his locker room, dedicated training minor league appearance that
and Martin Jones made 28 saves. Karlsson an easy tip-in. first multigoal game of the sea- staff and an advanced workout August and returned to the Mets
Pavelski put San Jose in front Meier tied it again midway son. ... Burns matched his season facility with a trainer and strength last spring. He went 3-7 with a
4:40 into the game. He redirected a through the second after knocking high with three assists. and conditioning coordinator, ” 5.21 ERA in 17 starts.
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offseason rou- behind their shown he can handle the load after

GIANTS
Continued from page 13
tine after he a
concussion that
sidelined him
strong pitching
staff — starting
with Crawford.
going 8-12 with a 4.78 ERA in 24
starts and 34 total outings, while
Chris Stratton went 4-4 with a 3.68
49ERS
Continued from page 13
from Aug. 4 on. He knows ERA in 10 starts and 13 appear-
In addition, everybody is ances.
Here are some things to watch for Bumg arn er eager for a fresh San Francisco still could add a seven starts are the fourth-most
with the Giants: missed nearly start in 2018. reliever. among all quarterbacks since 1970.
three months “It was defi- Locking up Garoppolo is the first
NEW LOOK Brandon Belt following an Brandon nitely a tough ON DECK big step this offseason in San
April 20 dirt season on the Francisco’s rebuilding plan that got
While San Francisco signed Crawford San Francisco revamped its entire
bike accident on an off day in field, off the off to a strong start last season in
Austin Jackson as a center-field coaching staff, so that will make
Colorado. field,” he said. the first year under coach Kyle
option, the Giants envision him as things interesting early in spring.
Cueto was limited to 25 starts A few other familiar faces will be Shanahan and general manager
more a utility outfielder. That means The Giants reassigned longtime
because of injuries. back with the organization for John Lynch.
to fit with the Giants mainstays. pitching coach
“When you lose your 1 and 2 spring: pitcher Chris Heston, out- The duo took over a franchise in
That means 24-year-old prospect Dave Righetti to
starters for an extended period of fielder Gregor Blanco and catcher turmoil with coaching changes fol-
Steven Duggar could get a chance in special assistant
time during a season it’s tough for Hector Sanchez. lowing three straight seasons.
center. to the general
any team to put up a good year,” While the season started with nine
“It’s good when you see the kind manager, work-
of turn over that has happened this Crawford said. “Hopefully they can OPEN SPOTS ing under Bobby
straight losses with Brian Hoyer
be healthy at the start of the season and rookie C.J. Beathard at quarter-
year, positive turnover, not getting The Giants missed out in their Evans. back, the foundation for future suc-
rid of anybody that’s been here a and go all the way through the sea- push to get both Giancarlo Stanton Former hitting
son this next year. As bad as our year cess was being put in place.
long time and you’re adding some and Shohei Ohtani. Also, San coach Hensley Now with the quarterback posi-
players that you believe can make was this past year I think we always
have a shot with those two at the
Francisco has options for the fourth Dave Righetti Meulens is now tion settled, the Niners can use their
an impact right now,” Longoria and fifth starter spots behind bench coach, hefty amount of salary cap room to
said. front of our rotation.” Bumgarner, Cueto and Jeff while Ron Wotus moved from bench fill in the other pieces, including
Samardzija after Matt Moore was coach to third base coach. Ex-
BACK TO HEALTH THEY’RE SET traded to Texas in December and Astros assistant hitting coach
upgrading the offensive line and
skilled position players and adding
If the infield stays healthy, the Matt Cain retired. Alonzo Powell replaces Meulens. pass rushers and cornerbacks on
First baseman Brandon Belt ended
Giants should play superb defense Ty Blach is a likely choice and has “Change is hard,” Bochy said. defense.
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Swiss curlers stun with FRIDAY
WHAT’S ON TAP
Boys’ soccer
NBA STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division

perfect score, beating US Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo School, King’s


Academy at Crystal Springs, 3:30 p.m.; Terra Nova at
Capuchino, Westmoor at El Camino, Jefferson at
Mills, Menlo-Atherton at Aragon, Carlmont at
Boston
Toronto
Philadelphia
New York
W
40
38
26
23
L
16
16
25
33
Pct
.714
.704
.510
.411
GB

1
11 1/2
17
Boston
Toronto
GP W L OT
Tampa Bay 54 37 14 3
52 33 11 8
56 32 19 5
Pts
77
74
69
GF
194
173
182
GA
142
124
156
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Martin Rios had an advantage South City, Sequoia at Hillsdale, Woodside at Brooklyn 19 37 .339 21 Florida 51 23 22 6 52 146 164
known as the hammer — the right Burlingame, 4:30 p.m. Detroit 52 21 23 8 50 136 154
to throw the final stone of the Southeast Division Montreal 54 22 26 6 50 142 169
GANGNEUNG, South Korea — Girls’ soccer Washington 31 24 .564 — Ottawa 53 19 25 9 47 141 182
In a sport known for its polite- game. They managed to get their Crystal Springs at Notre Dame-Belmont, 2:45 p.m.; Miami 29 26 .527 2 Buffalo 54 15 29 10 40 124 178
first five stones into the house, Charlotte 23 31 .426 7 1/2
ness, the sight of American curlers Woodside Priory at Sacred Heart Prep, 3 p.m.;
Orlando 18 36 .333 12 1/2
Matt and Becca Hamilton banging putting the Americans in a precari- Menlo School at King’s Academy, 4 p.m. Atlanta 17 38 .309 14
Metropolitan Division
Washington 53 31 17 5 67 165 154
their brooms against the Olympic ous position. Girls’ basketball Pittsburgh 55 30 22 3 63 169 166
Central Division
ice in frustration was a bit of a rar- Becca Hamilton threw her final Eastside College Prep at Notre Dame-Belmont, Cleveland 31 22 .585 — New Jersey 53 27 18 8 62 159 159
ity. But then so was the manner in rock, which needed to get to the Pinewood at Sacred Heart Prep, 6 p.m.; Sequoia at Milwaukee 30 23 .566 1 Philadelphia 54 26 19 9 61 157 158
Carlmont, Menlo-Atherton at Woodside, Hillsdale Indiana 30 25 .545 2 Columbus 53 27 22 4 58 139 150
which they lost the game. button — the center of the bulls- at Aragon, San Mateo at Burlingame, Mills at Detroit 27 26 .509 4 N.Y. Islanders 55 26 23 6 58 184 201
Despite holding a 4-3 lead head- eye-shaped target — in order to Capuchino, El Camino at South City, Half Moon Bay Chicago 18 35 .340 13 Carolina 54 24 21 9 57 144 164
ing into the final end, or round, of preserve their lead. at Terra Nova, Westmoor at Jefferson, 6:15 p.m.;
WESTERN CONFERENCE
N.Y. Rangers 54 25 24 5 55 157 168
Menlo School at Woodside Priory, Crystal Springs
curling’s mixed doubles match It was not to be. The stone ended at King’s Academy, Mercy-Burlingame at Notre
Southwest Division
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Houston 40 13 .755 —
Friday, the United States lost 9-4 up a few inches past its target, Dame-SJ, 6:30 p.m. San Antonio 35 21 .625 6 1/2 Central Division
to reigning world champion prompting the disappointed sib- New Orleans 28 25 .528 12 GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Boys’ basketball Memphis 18 36 .333 22 1/2 Nashville 53 32 12 9 73 166 138
Switzerland after the Swiss man- lings to slam their brooms against Crystal Springs at Menlo School, 6:30 p.m.; Dallas 17 38 .309 24 Winnipeg 54 32 13 9 73 176 143
aged something exceedingly the ice. Switzerland promptly Woodside Priory at Sacred Heart Prep, Serra at St. Louis 56 33 20 3 69 161 141
unusual in curling: a perfect score Northwest Division
knocked the Americans’ lone rock Mitty, 7:30 p.m.; Sequoia at Carlmont, Menlo-
Minnesota 34 23 .596 —
Dallas 55 32 19 4 68 171 142
known as a six-ender. How rare is a Atherton at Woodside, Hillsdale at Aragon, San Minnesota 54 29 19 6 64 162 156
out of the house and kept all six of Mateo at Burlingame, Mills at Capuchino, El
Oklahoma City 31 25 .554 2 1/2
Colorado 53 29 20 4 62 168 156
six-ender? Think of it as a hole-in- their stones within the target’s Camino at South City, Half Moon Bay at Terra Nova,
Portland 30 25 .545 3
Chicago 54 24 22 8 56 157 152
Denver 29 25 .537 3 1/2
one in golfing, or a perfect game rings, giving them that rare and Westmoor at Jefferson, 7:45 p.m. Utah 26 28 .481 6 1/2
in baseball. coveted six-ender. (In regular curl- Pacific Division
SATURDAY Pacific Division Vegas 54 36 14 4 76 186 148
Although Switzerland was ing, which uses eight stones, a Boys’ soccer Warriors 42 13 .764 — Calgary 54 28 18 8 64 153 153
behind by one point going into perfect score is known as an eight- Sacred Heart Cathedral at Serra, 11 a.m. L.A. Clippers 27 25 .519 13 1/2 Sharks 54 28 18 8 64 156 150
L.A. Lakers 23 31 .426 18 1/2
the final end, Jenny Perret and ender or “a snowman.”) Sacramento 17 36 .321 24
Los Angeles 53 29 19 5 63 153 128
Wrestling Anaheim 55 26 19 10 62 155 159
Phoenix 18 38 .321 24 1/2
WCAL championships at Bellarmine, 9 a.m. Edmonton 52 23 25 4 50 146 168
finish behind Evgenia Tarasova
Olympic brief and Vladimir Morozov, whose sea- Thursday’s Games Vancouver
Arizona
54
54
21 27
13 32
6
9
48
35
140
126
176
189
Orlando 100, Atlanta 98
American Chen falls during son-best 80.92 points dazzled a TRANSACTIONS Toronto 113, New York 88
Boston 110, Washington 104, OT Thursday’s Games
crowd full of Russian fans. But not Portland 109, Charlotte 103, OT
BASEBALL Buffalo 4, N.Y. Islanders 3
team figure skating event even that big number could make MLB — Suspended free agent minor league RHP Golden State 121, Dallas 103 Calgary 3, New Jersey 2
Meagan Duhamel and Eric up for teammate Mikhail Landon Hughes 68 games and Boston C Jacob Ro- L.A. Lakers 106, Oklahoma City 81 Philadelphia 5, Montreal 3
manski (Pawtucket-IL) 100 games, both without pay, Friday’s Games
Radford made up for teammate Kolyada’s poor short program. L.A. Clippers at Detroit, 4 p.m.
Ottawa 4, Nashville 3, OT
for their violations of the Minor League Drug Pre- Tampa Bay 5, Vancouver 2
vention and Treatment Program. New Orleans at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
Patrick Chan’s shaky short pro- Nathan Chen was wobbly for the Cleveland at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. Arizona 4, Minnesota 3, OT
American League St. Louis 6, Colorado 1
gram to give Team Canada the lead Americans, but the pairs team of CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Named Dave Duncan
Indiana at Boston, 4:30 p.m.
Denver at Houston, 5 p.m. Dallas 4, Chicago 2
after the opening day of figure Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris pitching consultant.Agreed to terms with LHP Xavier Milwaukee at Miami, 5 p.m. Vegas 5, San Jose 3
skating’s team competition. Knierim bailed him out with a daz- Cedeno, INF Jake Elmore and RHPs Jeanmar Gomez Charlotte at Utah, 6 p.m. Friday’s Games
and Bruce Rondon on minor league contracts. Minnesota at Chicago, 6:30 p.m.
The U.S. team was second, fol- zling performance set to music National League Portland at Sacramento, 7:30 p.m.
Columbus at Washington, 4 p.m.
Detroit at N.Y. Islanders, 4 p.m.
lowed closely by Japan and the from “Moulin Rouge!” MIAMI MARLINS — Agreed to terms with RHPs Saturday’s Games Calgary at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m.
Olympic Athletes of Russia. Tyler Cloyd, Jumbo Diaz, Javy Guerra, Drew Rucinski, New Orleans at Brooklyn, 3 p.m.
Los Angeles at Florida, 4:30 p.m.
Duhamel and Radford scored The team competition resumes Jacob Turner, and Alex Wimmers; LHP Mike Kickham; L.A. Clippers at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
Vancouver at Carolina, 4:30 p.m.
Sunday with the ice dance and C Bryan Holaday; INFs Cristhian Adames, Johnny Gi- Milwaukee at Orlando, 4 p.m.
76.57 points in their program to avotella,Yadiel Rivera, and Jonathan Rodriguez, and Washington at Chicago, 5 p.m. St. Louis at Winnipeg, 5 p.m.
ladies short programs. OFs Rafael Ortega, JB Shuck, and Scott Van Slyke on L.A. Lakers at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Dallas, 5:30 p.m.
minor league contracts. San Antonio at Golden State, 5:30 p.m. Edmonton at Anaheim, 7 p.m.
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more on Jara, which Schmidt did by man- “She’s incredible,” Schmidt said of Jara.

SSF
Continued from page 13
marking her the entire game —  meaning,
she assigned one defender to shadow her.
“I never man mark,” Schmidt said.
Sequoia came out in the second half and
played like a team that was playing for its
title hopes. The Cherokees were a lot more
But with a lot of the focus on Jara, it aggressive in attacking the ball, relieving
allowed plenty of space and opportunities some of the pressure South City was apply-
“All props to South City. They kept for the rest of the offense. ing by doing the same to the Warriors.
pressing the entire game,” Schmidt said. “They have three girls on her (defend-
The Warriors were first to nearly every “In the second half, they settled in and
ing),” Navarro said. “That’s how they give picked up the pressure,” Schmidt said. “We
loose ball and were not afraid to dive in and opportunities to us.”
challenge the Cherokees when they did have were settling more into our game.”
It appeared the Cherokees might escape The Cherokees showed they have a poten-
the ball. It resulted in a lot of turnovers and
the first half unscathed as they dodged a cou- tial game-changer of their own in freshman
unconnected passes for Sequoia and instant
ple bullets when a pair of South City shots flanker Heather Benway, who has speed to
offense for South City.
banged off the crossbar, but a moment of burn. She first showed her wheels on a burst
Freshman center midfielder Fatima Garcia
brilliance from Jara swung the momentum down the left sideline in the first half, sim-
paced the South City attack early on as she
to the Warriors’ favor. Garcia, who had won ply blowing past the defense. But her touch-
was in the middle of everything for the
the ball just past midfield, feathered a pass es were few and far between in the opening
Warriors, winning balls and distributing
to Jara, who was stationed at the top of the 40 minutes.
probing through passes.
penalty box with her back to the goal. As
“She has pretty amazing ball control,” In the second half, she got a couple more
the pass came toward her, she swung her
Navarro said of Garcia. opportunities and they were dangerous sim-
body to the right, acting like a gate opening
And running onto many of those passes ply because the Warriors could not match
to let the ball roll past her. At the same
was Alex Jara, who might be the most dead- her pace.
time, the move shielded and boxed her
ly striker in the entire PAL. While she Benway could not find the golden final
defender on her back, who could nothing
received support from Fernanda Ramirez and touch, however, as a couple of breakaways
other than foul Jara.
Iliana Sanchez, Jara was working mostly by came close, but came up empty.
herself now that her running mate, Camelia That might have been the better option
Nasrah, appears lost for the season with a because that move opened up space and time “That’s what we talked about at halftime.
for Jara, who then picked out the far right We have someone who can run past any- NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
knee injury. Sequoia’s Alix Richardson flies in for a header
That enabled the Cherokees to focus a lot corner of the net and slotted it home in the one,” Schmidt said. “She’s had some great
31st minute for the game’s only goal. finishes this year, just not today.” on goal against South City.

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edly cosmically vast Marvel the parade of previous Marvel lion refund in order? also simply ravishing, grand-
Cinematic Universe, as it’s movies, the sheer richness of Unlike many of its more hol- scale filmmaking.
called, spans planets peppered Coogler’s film is almost dis- low predecessors, “Black There are familiar Marvel
throughout the galaxy, but orienting. Can superhero Panther” has real, honest-to- beats here. Just as he did in the
Ryan Coogler’s Earth-bound films, so often a dull mash of goodness stakes. As the most
“Black Panther,” glittering effects, be this dazzlingly col- earnest and big-budget See PANTHER, Page 22
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Healthier angel food cake can still have flavor By Melissa d’Arabian ern science (and let’s just say it: com- smaller slices versus tube pan versions
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mon sense) tells us that we could all by some visual trick of nature that I
benefit from cutting down on don’t fully understand, but have
processed sugar. proven multiple times with my own
Is there anything dreamier than the family.
tender crumb of a light-as-air angel So how to bring back the flavor and
texture of the angel food cakes I adored For flavor, since I’m not a huge
food cake? I’ve loved angel food cake plain-sugar fan anymore, I added
ever since I first tasted it as a child. It as a child without throwing our blood
sugar levels out of whack? Today’s lemon zest and lovely-speckled vanil-
reminded me of cotton candy. No won- la bean. I served it with a quick lemony
der: angel food cake is essentially a recipe is the solution.
glaze made from Greek yogurt that my
fluffy blend of a super-sugary meringue First, I cut the sugar down by about family loves, but you can consider
laced with just enough flour to give it a 25 percent over typical recipes and it optional, if you are an angel food cake
little structure. In other words, there worked great. Secondly, I skipped pur- traditionalist. Or, try a slice of this
was very little to get in the way of the chasing “superfine” white sugar, and cake with a tiny square of dark, bitter
pure-sugar flavor that my childhood tried less-processed organic versions. chocolate for a perfect pairing.
palate adored! I pulsed the coarser sugar in the blender
In the 80’s, low-fat became the myself to make it powdery-fine. (It’s LEMON AND VANILLA
“healthy” battle cry, and angel food still sugar, but even baby steps toward
cake came into vogue, with no fat healthy eating count!). BEAN ANGEL FOOD LOAF CAKE
weighing it down, but plenty of white Instead of using super-starchy, Servings: 12
processed sugar fluffing it up. In fact, lower-protein cake flour, I pulsed up Start to finish: 2 hours, including
fat-free-but-sugary baked treats were regular flour in the blender to mimic inactive cooking and cooling time
Angel food cake is essentially a fluffy blend of a super-sugary practically a diet fad unto themselves the lightness. Also, I made the cake in
meringue laced with just enough flour to give it a little structure. for well over a decade. Of course, mod- a loaf pan, which resulted in us eating See CAKE, Page 22

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MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM
By Susan Cohn else in the country. These plump beckoning
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT cats carry large gold coins in their lowered
paws. During the Meiji period (1868-
“MANEKI NEKO: JAPAN’S BECK- 1912), Japanese manufacturers began to
ONING CAT” GREETS VISITORS AT export maneki neko. In fact, these symbols
THE S AN FRANCIS CO AIRPORT of good fortune are so frequently found in
MUS EUM. Cats may have arrived in Chinese restaurants and shops that many
Japan from Korea during the Nara period are surprised to learn they have Japanese
(710-794). Before long, cats appeared in origins.
Japanese literature and art. Over the cen- JAPAN’S BECKONING CAT PAR-
turies, the Japanese began keeping the TICULARS . “Maneki Neko: Japan’s
creatures as pets and valuing them for their Beckoning Cat” was made possible by a
ability to kill rodents. During the late Edo generous loan from the Mingei
period (1615-1868), artisans began mak- International Museum in San Diego. The
ing maneki neko or beckoning cat fig- exhibit may be viewed at San Francisco
urines, a type of engimono or auspicious Airport, Terminal 2, Departures — Level 2
object. By the end of the Meiji period — post-security through Aug. 26.
(1868-1912), numerous potteries across ***
the country offered maneki neko in ceramic
and plaster, including the celebrated Seto
and Kutani porcelain kilns. Maneki neko
were also made to a lesser extent in copper,
bronze, wood, stone and iron. Examples of
this happy feline are on display in “Maneki
Neko: Japan’s Beckoning Cat” at the San
Francisco Airport Museum.
LEFT PAW, RIGHT PAW, PLEASE
A 20th century porcelain maneki neko from Japan’s Kutani kilns is among the figurines on display
COME IN. Maneki neko often appear in
in ‘Maneki Neko: Japan’s Beckoning Cat,’ at the San Francisco Airport Museum through Aug. 26.
Japanese and Chinese restaurant windows,
where they silently summon potential cus- change the volume and channel. In 1956, TV advertisers to create more entertaining
tomers to enter. The cat holds up its left Zenith debuted the “Space Command” commercials so viewers would not click
paw in an effort to bring luck and good for- remote. Inside the remote were aluminum through the channels. A new exhibit of TV
tune to a business; it holds up its right paw rods that, when struck by a tiny hammer, remotes is part of the Burlingame Museum
to invite good fortune, health and happi- emitted a distinctive high-frequency sound. of PEZ Memorabilia, an addition to its col-
ness into the home. Colors also have cer-
Television remote controls are on display at Pushing the buttons on the remote would lection of historic and amusing items
tain connotations: white represents happi-
the Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia. also create a clicking sound, and the term including toy ray guns, classic toys,
ness and satisfaction, while black symbol- “clicker” for a remote control was born. banned toys and example of every PEZ dis-
FLASH-MATIC AND SPACE COM- The two men credited with inventing these penser ever sold. The Burlingame Museum
izes safety and helps to drive away evil. At
MAND: BURLINGAME MUSEUM OF first remotes, Eugene Polley and Robert of PEZ Memorabilia is located at 214
first glance, maneki neko may all look
PEZ MEMORABILIA DISPLAYS TEL- Adler, shared a 1996-97 Technology & California Drive. Open 10:30 a.m. to 5:30
very similar, but closer inspection reveals
EVISION REMOTE CONTROLS. It is Engineering Emmy Award for “Pioneering p.m.Tuesday through Saturday. For more
the cats vary in color, size, facial features hard to imagine watching TV without a Development of Wireless Remote Control information call 347-2301.
and bib decoration. remote control. In the 1950s, the develop- for Consumer Television.” Steve Wozniak,
MANY KILNS, MANY CATS. The ment of the television remote was fueled by the inventor of the Apple II computer, cre-
kilns of Edo, now called Tokyo, developed two desires: getting rid of the constant and Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdai-
ated the CL 9 CORE remote control in
the first maneki neko, simple, low-fired, annoying advertisements and, not having lyjournal.com or www.twitter.com/susanci-
1987, the first universal programmable
clay figures. During the Taisho period to get up to change the channel. Early after- remote control. The remote control forced
tyscene.
(1912-26), the historic Seto kilns began market devices used wires and required you
crafting elaborate maneki neko modeled to open the back of your set to cut and
after Japanese bobtail cats with highly dec- install components inside the set. Zenith is
orative bibs. Located in central Japan, credited with creating the first wireless
Tokoname kilns, one of Japan’s oldest pot- remote, the “Flash-matic,” in 1955. It was
tery centers, began making maneki neko in basically a flashlight that you would shine
the mid-20th century. Tokoname now pro- at the four corners of the television set to
duces more maneki neko than anywhere

Tarantino apologizes to People in the news


Roman Polanski rape victim
the company is still not
NEW YORK — Quentin Tarantino has doing enough to stop it.
apologized to Roman Polanski rape victim The 56-year-old Carrey
Samantha Geimer for encouraged other
comments he made in a investors and users to do
2003 radio interview the same. He ended his
with Howard Stern. tweet with the hashtag
In a statement “unfriendfacebook.”
Thursday to IndieWire, Facebook has not
Tarantino called his com- responded to Carrey’s
ments about Geimer Jim Carrey
tweet, but founder and
“cavalier” and said he CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said stemming
Quentin now realizes “how wrong the flow of misinformation is among the
Tarantino I was.” In the recently company’s foremost goals.
resurfaced interview
Tarantino said that Geimer wasn’t raped and Internet pioneer, songwriter
that she “wanted to have it.”
Polanski has been a fugitive since fleeing John Perry Barlow dies at 70
to France in 1978 while awaiting sentenc- John Perry Barlow, an internet activist
ing for unlawful sex with a minor. On and lyricist for the Grateful Dead, has died.
Tuesday in an interview with the Daily The digital-rights
News, Geimer said Tarantino “was wrong” group Electronic Frontier
and that she suspected he knew it. Foundation said Barlow
Tarantino earlier this week was much crit- died early Wednesday in
icized over a dangerous car stunt on 2003’s his sleep at home in San
“Kill Bill” that injured actress Uma Francisco. He was 70.
Thurman. The cause of death was
not immediately known.
Jim Carrey says users should Barlow had been battling
yank their Facebook accounts John Barlow a variety of debilitating
illnesses since 2015,
LOS ANGELES — Delete your account. according to supporters who organized a
That’s what Jim Carrey says Facebook benefit concert for him in October 2016.
users should do, as the actor looks to pull Barlow co-founded the EFF in 1990 to
the mask off fake news. champion free expression and privacy
The star of “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” online. In a 1996 manifesto, the
and “The Mask” said on Twitter on Tuesday “Declaration of the Independence of
that he’s dumping his Facebook stock and Cyberspace,” he argued that the U.S. and
deleting his page because the social media other governments shouldn’t impose their
giant profited from Russian interference in sovereignty on the “global social space we
the U.S. presidential election via spreading are building.”
false news with Russian origins, and says
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advanced metropolis whose stealthy growth vows in the film’s climactic moments. his ancestors is gloriously rendered on a

PANTHER
Continued from page 19
has been fueled by vibranium, a cosmic
mineral deposited deep in its mountains by
a meteorite thousands of years earlier.
But his mission isn’t initially so clear, as
he and a band of rogues, led by Andy Serkis’
black-market arms dealer Ulysses Klaue,
twilight plain beneath a pink-hued sky and
the glowing eyes of panthers in a tree. And
most of all, Jordan’s bitter, wounded warrior
Vibranium makes up the suit that T’Challa begin causing havoc for T’Challa. is uncommonly tender. He is a “villain”
dons as Black Panther, and its power is Boseman’s Panther is a politician at heart only in quotes; his means are extreme but
surprisingly sensational Rocky reboot much guarded. An early flashback, to 1992 his cause is just.
who’s virtually always flanked by a trio of
“Creed, ” Coogler hasn’t reinvented the Oakland, California, shows one Wakandan’s powerful women: Lupita Nyong’o’s Nakia, Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Black
genre so much as electrified it with a new failed efforts to smuggle Vibranium in order part of Wakanda’s all-female special forces, Panther first appeared in 1966. But the char-
perspective and a rare talent for marrying to empower struggling African-Americans. the Dora Milaje; the special forces leader acter has sparked the imaginations of many
naturalistic character development with
When the king of Wakanda dies, T’Challa Okoye (Danai Gurira); and his younger sis- since, including the filmmaker Reginald
spectacle muscle.
returns home to take the throne, where he ter Shuri (a terrific Letitia Wright, who sup- Hudlin, the author Ta-Nehisi Coates and
“Tell them who you are” is the encourage-
finds the country’s five tribes — each with plies most of the film’s comic moments). Wesley Snipes, who labored for years to
ment shouted at the title character, T’Challa
their own distinct color and attire — are There are the expected special effects set- adapt the comic into a movie. (Ironically it
(Chadwick Boseman) prince of the African
beginning to bubble with discord. W’Kabi pieces and a very Bond-like trip to a South was Snipes’ 1998 superhero film “Blade”
nation Wakanda. But it could just as well
(Daniel Kaluuya) of the Border Tribe, in par- Korean casino. But the conflict at the heart that kicked off Marvel’s box-office suc-
serve as the overarching rally cry of a film
ticular, would like to see the historically of “Black Panther” is between separate fac- cess.)
that for many symbolizes a big-screen affir-
mation of African-American identity. isolationist Wakanda give more in foreign tions of an African diaspora in a mytholog- It’s easy to lament how long it took to
“Black Panther” stands for everything aid and to refugees. ical realm filled with colonizers and racists bring “Black Panther” to the big screen. But
that’s been missing from Marvel’s — and The issue is brought to the fore by an who curse the Wakandan as “savages.” It’s at least the wait was worth it.
Hollywood’s — universe. unknown Wakandan exile, Erik powerful myth-making not just for its obvi- “Black Panther, ” a Walt Disney Co.
Coogler opens with exposition on “Killmonger” Stevens (Michael B. Jordan), ous timeliness but for the film’s sincere release, is rated PG-13 by the Motion
Wakanda, a mighty African country that an American-made soldier who aspires to grappling with heritage and destiny. Picture Association of America for “pro-
appears from the outside, as one Western take Wakanda’s power to rebalance black The traditional-meets-futuristic costumes longed sequences of action violence, and a
sneers, as “Third World.” But hidden from power around the globe. “The world’s gonna and jewelry, by Ruth E. Carter, are ravish- brief rude gesture.” Running time: 134 min-
sight is a shimmering, technologically start over and this time we’re on top,” he ingly detailed. T’Challa’s mystical visit to utes. Three and a half stars out of four.

1/4 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt beat egg whites, salt and cream of tartar on top is golden.

CAKE
Continued from page 20
1 teaspoon lemon zest
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1/4 cup organic powdered sugar
medium speed just until frothy (under a
minute). While mixing, carefully add the
fine sugar (without the flour) to the egg
Remove from oven and place the loaf pan
upside down, resting on two cans on the
counter to cool (upside down, not touching
Preheat the oven to 325 F (310 F if using whites, a tablespoon at a time. Continue the counter) completely (45 minutes).
convection heat). beating the eggs until soft peaks form. Once cooled, remove the cake by sliding
2/3 cup organic sugar Place the sugar, zest and vanilla bean in a Remove the bowl from the stand mixer, a knife around the edges of the cake. Whisk
1/2 vanilla bean, grains scraped from pod dry blender and pulse until well-blended and place a sifter or sieve over the bowl and sift the glaze ingredients in a small bowl and
2 teaspoons lemon zest, finely grated sugar is fine and fluffy. Pour about half the in half the flour and sugar mixture, and fold drizzle on the cake when serving, if
1/2 cup all-purpose flour sugar into a small bowl and set aside. Add gently five or six times with a rubber spatu- desired.
1 cup egg whites, from approximately 7-8 the flour to the remaining sugar in the la. Nutrition information per serving: 84
eggs blender and pulse again a few times to create Sift in the remaining flour mixture and calories; 1 calories from fat; 0 g fat (0 g sat-
1/4 teaspoon table salt a fine flour mixture. Pour into a small bowl gently fold until no flour streaks remain. urated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol; 84
3/4 teaspoon cream of tartar and set aside. Scrape batter into a standard sized ungreased mg sodium; 18 g carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 14
Glaze (optional): In a stand mixer with a whisk attachment, loaf pan. Bake for 35-40 minutes, or until g sugar; 3 g protein.
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President Barack Obama’s Deferred

FRIDAY, FEB. 9
Calendar
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BUDGET
Continued from page 1
Action for Childhood Arrivals pro-
gram, or DACA, expires next month.
Republicans were sheepish about the
Mak e Your Own Valentine. 3:30 San Carlos. Live music and a food
bushels of dollars for Democratic pri-
p.m. South San Francisco Main truck. For more information call orities and the return next year of $1
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South (415) 273-9676. Obama’s trillion-dollar deficits,” the trillion-plus deficits. But they pointed
San Francisco. Create professional Kentucky senator said. “Now we have
looking Valentine’s Day cards using ‘Insignificance.’ 8 p.m. The Dragon to money they have long sought for
the Silhouette Cameo. For more Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood Republicans hand in hand with the Pentagon, which they say needs
information contact City. A meeting of the minds Democrats offering us trillion-dollar
valle@plsinfo.org. between Albert Einstein, Marilyn huge sums for readiness, training and
Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and deficits. I can’t in all honesty look the weapons modernization.
What’s Not to Love? Chocolate Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel other way.” “It provides what the Pentagon
Tasting Event. 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. New room in the 1950s. PG-13. $35 for
Leaf Community Market, 150 San general admission, $27 for students As the clock hit midnight, Office of needs to restore our military’s edge for
Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. Live and seniors. For more information Management and Budget Director Mick years to come,” said Ryan.
music and an assortment of treats. call 493-2006.
For more information call 726-3110.
Mulvaney immediately implemented Beyond $300 billion worth of record
Redwood Symphony: Mechem, plans to close non-essential govern- increases for the military and domestic
2018 Photography Exhibit. 6 p.m. Mozar t, Stravinsk y. 8 p.m. to 10 ment operations, said spokesman
to 8 p.m. South San Francisco p.m. Cañada College Main Theatre, son,” said Sen. John Cornyn, as his programs, the agreement adds $89 bil-
Municipal Services Building, 33 4200 Farm Hill Blvd., Redwood City. John Czwartacki. lion in overdue disaster aid for hurri-
Arroyo Drive, South San Francisco. A For more information call 366-6872. The move essentially started a race requests to move to a vote were repeat-
fine art exhibit featuring photogra- edly rejected by Paul. cane-slammed Texas, Florida and
phy taken by local artists. Free. For SUNDAY, FEB. 11 to the next deadline — the scramble to Puerto Rico, a politically charged
more information call 829-3800. Living Color. 10 a.m. to noon. Palo reopen the government before federal Paul was unfazed.
Alto Junior Museum and Zoo, 1451 “I didn’t come up here to be part of increase in the government’s borrow-
‘Insignificance.’ 8 p.m. The Dragon Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Event is employees were due to report for work. ing cap and a grab bag of health and
Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood for JMZ Club members. For more The Senate planned to hold votes in somebody’s club. I didn’t come up here
City. A meeting of the minds information or to sign up call 326- to be liked,” he said. tax provisions. There’s also $16 bil-
between Albert Einstein, Marilyn 6338. the middle of the night and send the lion to renew a slew of expired tax
Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and budget deal and temporary spending Approval of the measure in the
Coastside Summer Camp Fair. 10 Senate seemed assured — eventually — breaks that Congress seems unable to
Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel measure over the House by dawn.
room in the 1950s. PG-13. $35 for a.m. to 2 p.m. New Leaf Community but the situation in the House remained kill.
general admission, $27 for students Market, 150 San Mateo Road, Half If the measure passes in the wee “I love bipartisanship, as you
and seniors. For more information Moon Bay. Families can learn about hours of the morning, the government dicey. In that chamber, progressive
call 493-2006. summer camp options for kids and Democrats and tea party Republicans know,” said Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.
register. For more information call would open in the morning on sched- “But the problem is the only time we
SATURDAY, FEB. 10 726-3110. ule. opposed the measure, which contains
Swoop: Drones and Raptors. 8 a.m. roughly $400 billion in new spending discover bipartisanship is when we
to 5 p.m. CuriOdyssey, 1651 Coyote SWOOP: Drone R acing and If not, a partial shutdown would spend more money.”
Point Drive, San Mateo. An aerial and Raptors in Flight. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. essentially force half the federal work- for the Pentagon, domestic agencies,
avian obstacle event. For more infor- CuriOdyssey, 1651 Coyote Point disaster relief and extending a host of The deal contains far more money
mation call 340-7572. Drive, San Mateo. Cost is $9.50- force to stay home, freeze some opera- demanded by Democrats than had
$12.50. Family friendly. For more tions and close some parks and out- health care provisions.
AARP Chapter 2895 Monthly information call 342-7755. However, House GOP leaders said seemed possible only weeks ago.
Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. San Bruno
posts. Services deemed essential would “We’re not going to get DACA as
‘Insignificance.’ 2 p.m. The Dragon continue, including Social Security they were confident they had shored up
Senior Center, 1555 Crystal Springs
Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood support among conservatives for the part of this,” said Rep. John Yarmuth
Road, San Bruno. Coffee and dough-
City. A meeting of the minds
payments, the air traffic control sys- of Kentucky, the top Democrat on the
nuts available. For more information
tem and law enforcement. measure, which would shower the
call 808-7092. between Albert Einstein, Marilyn
Pentagon with money but add hundreds Budget Committee. “So if we can
Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and At the White House, there appeared
2018 Photography Exhibit. 10 a.m. Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel of billions of dollars to the nation’s negotiate a deal like I think we’ve got-
to 4 p.m. South San Francisco room in the 1950s. PG-13. $35 for to be little sense of concern. Aides ten that essentially meets every other
Municipal Services Building, 33 general admission, $27 for students closed shop early in the night, with no $20 trillion-plus debt.
Arroyo Drive, South San Francisco. A and seniors. For more information House Democratic leaders opposed one of our priorities then I think that’s
fine art exhibit featuring photogra- call 493-2006. comment on the display on the Hill. where a lot of the Democrats are.”
phy taken by local artists. Free. For The president did not tweet. Vice the measure — arguing it should
Education: The Future of America. resolve the plight of Dreamers — but Combined with the Republicans’
more information call 829-3800. President Mike Pence, in South Korea
2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Belmont Library, not with all their might. December tax cut bill, the burst in
Minefaire: The Ultimate Minecraft 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, for the Winter Olympics, said the spending would put the GOP-con-
Fan Experience. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Belmont. Free. For more information administration was “hopeful” the shut- The legislation doesn’t address
1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo. The call 591-8286. immigration, though Republican trolled government on track for the
No. 1 Minecraft event in the USA is down would not last long. first $1 trillion-plus deficits since
coming to the Bay Area. $45 fee. Healthy Valentines Dog Treats But frustrations were clear in both Speaker Paul Ryan said again Thursday
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under. For more information call 4 p.m. New Leaf Community Market, sides of the Capitol, where just hours the most recent recession nine years
(484) 557-1472. 150 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. earlier leaders had been optimistic that gration bill to the floor this year —
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Francisco. Limited supplies. All levels tion. Senate Democrats sparked a
welcome. For more information con- Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi of Congress thinks the only way to agree
tact valle@plsinfo.org. Seven on Eleven. 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. three-day partial government shut- to a budget is to put hundreds of bil-
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, down last month by filibustering a California made it plain she wasn’t
Family Heritage with the San 1300 Fifth Ave., Belmont. The pressuring fellow Democrats to kill lions of dollars on the nation’s credit
Mateo Genealogical Society. 11 National Association of Composers spending bill, seeking relief for card,” said Maya MacGuineas, presi-
a.m. 840 W. Orange Ave., South San will present a concert of new music. “Dreamer” immigrants who’ve lived in the bill, which is packed with money
Francisco. Discuss DNA testing and For more information call 576-9728. for party priorities like infrastructure, dent of the Center for a Responsible
interpreting DNA results. For more the country illegally since they were Federal Budget, a Washington-based
information contact Historic Evening with Anne children. This time it was a combating opioid abuse and helping
valle@plsinfo.org. Frank ’s Step Sister Eva Schloss. college students. group.
5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. San Mateo Republican’s turn to throw a wrench in The agreement would increase the
Women’s Wellness Center South Marriott Hotel, 1770 S. Amphlett the works. Still, it represented a bitter defeat for
Blvd., San Mateo. Open for all ages. Democrats who followed a risky strat- government’s borrowing limit to pre-
San Francisco Grand Opening. 11 Paul brushed off pleas from his fel-
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S. Spruce Ave., Suite D, South San et plan as an “emergency” measure budget to address immigration and
Francisco. Free and family friendly. Making Immigrants Rights Real in ended up scalded by last month’s three- The debt limit would be suspended
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Unitarian Universalists of San “We will effectively shut down the day government shutdown. Protection
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110 Employment 203 public notices 203 public notices tundra tundra tundra
fictitious businEss namE fictitious businEss namE
statEmEnt #276205 statEmEnt #276422
carEGivErs The following person is doing business
as: Molina Gardens, 865 Ocean View
The following person is doing business
as: Virsity, 703 Radford Ln., FOSTER
Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- CITY, CA 94404. Registered Owner: An-
2 years experience tered Owners: David Molina and Ramiro
Molina, same address. The business is
tevia, Inc., CA. The business is conduct-
ed by a Corporation. The registrants
required. conducted by a General Partnership. commenced to transact business under
The registrants commenced to transact the FBN on Jan. 1, 2018.
business under the FBN on 1/1/2018. /s/Brian Boettcher/
Immediate placement /s/Ramiro Molina/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2018. (Publish-
on all assignments. sor-County Clerk on 1/4/2018. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18).
1/19/18, 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18).
call fictitious businEss namE
fictitious businEss namE
statEmEnt #276472
(650)777-9000 statEmEnt #276338
The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business
as: tacos al vapor nueva italia, 602 E. 4th
as: Gonzalez Cleaning Services, 1073 Ave #B, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg-
Norton St., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. istered Owner: Filogonio Cruz, 208 Alba- over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
Registered Owners: Armando Brizuela core Ln., Foster City, CA 94404. The
Gonzalez and America Herrera de Gon- business is conducted by an Individual.
zalez, same address. The business is The registrants commenced to transact
conducted by a Married Couple. The business under the FBN on 2-3-2011.
registrants commenced to transact busi- /s/Filogonio Cruz/
ness under the FBN on 01/17/2018. This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Armando Brizuela Gonzalez/ sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish-
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2018. (Publish- 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18).
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
1/19/18, 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18).
fictitious businEss namE
statEmEnt #276229
fictitious businEss namE The following person is doing business
statEmEnt #276316 as: Westbridge Wealth Management, 68
The following person is doing business Willow Road, MENLO PARK, CA 94025.
as: J8 Auto Inc, 951 Mariners Island Registered Owner: Westbridge Wealth
Blvd. Suite 300, SAN MATEO, CA Management, LLC, CA. The business is
94404. Registered Owner: AMA Auto conducted by a Limited Liability Compa-
Inc., CA. The business is conducted by ny. The registrants commenced to trans-
a Corporation. The registrants com- act business under the FBN on .
menced to transact business under the /s/Matthew D. Lewis/ 203 public notices 203 public notices 210 lost & found
FBN on 01/01/2018. This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Kelly Wu Yee/ sor-County Clerk on 1/5/2018. (Publish-
This statement was filed with the Asses- fictitious businEss namE ordEr to shoW causE for lost cat. Black and White. Black
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal statEmEnt #276581 chanGE of namE patch on right eye. REWARD.
sor-County Clerk on 1/16/2018. (Publish- CASE# 17CIV05481 Call (323) 439-7713.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18). The following person is doing business SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
1/19/18, 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18). as: FIT4MOM San Mateo, 975 Palm COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
fictitious businEss namE Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
books
fictitious businEss namE statEmEnt #276506 tered Owner: San Mateo Fit Families REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 JamEs pattErson hardback books.
Caregivers
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Wanted statEmEnt #276102
The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business
as: Samra.io, 153 Dale Ave, SAN CAR-
LLC, CA. The business is conducted by PETITION OF
Kevin Christopher Mendez 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
Home
Home CCare
are Jobs a Limited Liability Company. The regis- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
as: SCY ADVANTAGE CORP, 1534 Pla- LOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner: trants commenced to transact business nicholas sparks hardback books.
za Lane #140, BURLINGAME, CA Paul Emil Samra, same address. The Petitioner: Kevin Christopher Mendez
under the FBN on 1/30/18. 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
(650) 600-8108 94010. Registered Owner: SCY AD- business is conducted by an Individual.
/s/Megan E. Mack/
filed a petition with this court for a decree
changing name as follows:
VANTAGE CORP., CA. The business is The registrants commenced to transact Quality books used and rare. World
Email:
Email: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com conducted by a Corporation. The regis- business under the FBN on N/A . This statement was filed with the Asses- Present Name: & US History and classic American nov-
trants commenced to transact business Kevin Christopher Mendez els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
www.starlightcaregivers.com
www.starlightcaregivers.com /s/Paul Emil Samra/ sor-County Clerk on 2/7/2018. (Publish- Proposed Name:
under the FBN on 8/21/17. This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Kevin Christopher Michaels thE halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
Apply
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alk-in /s/Soon-Chart Yu/ sor-County Clerk on 1/31/2018. (Publish- 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18, 3/2/18).
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
4600 EEll CCamino Real,, # 211,, LLos
amino Real os Altos
Altos sor-County Clerk on 12/22/2017. (Pub- 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18).
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal interested in this matter shall appear be- v.loGvinov, unusual Journey to the
fore this court at the hearing indicated Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
1/19/18, 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18). fictitious businEss namE below to show cause, if any, why the pe- sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
fictitious businEss namE statEmEnt #276482 tition for change of name should not be
statEmEnt #276474 The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the
fictitious businEss namE The following person is doing business 294 baby stuff
statEmEnt #276346 as: Pacific Eye Specialists, 1850 Sullivan name changes described above must file
as: Sonrisas, 2724 Holland St., SAN MA- a written objection that includes the rea-
Day
Day or Night
Night Shifts,
Shiffts Immediate
ts, Immedia te Placement
Placement The following person is doing business
TEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: Ed- Ave #540, DALY CITY, CA 94015 . Reg- sons for the objection at least two court fishEr-pricE hEalthy Care booster
as: AST Fabrics, 1379 Old County Road, istered Owner: Bernd Kutzscher, MD, A seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
Required:
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered ith Pacheco, same address. The busi- days before the matter is scheduled to
Owner: Pacific Weaving Corporation, ness is conducted by an Individual. The Professional Corporation, CA. The busi- be heard and must appear at the hearing
or ccurrent
urrent CNA Certification;
Certification; registrants commenced to transact busi- ness is conducted by a Corporation. The to show cause why the petition should 295 art
CA. The business is conducted by a
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English Corporation. The registrants com- ness under the FBN on N/A. registrants commenced to transact busi- not be granted. If no written objection is
menced to transact business under the /s/Edith Pacheco/ ness under the FBN on 7/21/2004. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- brushEd finish, 15" X 20" frame
FBN on 1-2-2018. This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the holds 18 various size photos. Never
sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish-
/s/Bernd Kutzscher, MD/ petition shall be held on 02/15/18 at 9 used. $20. 650-369-2486.
nEWspapEr intErns /s/Analisa Baker/
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal This statement was filed with the Asses- a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
Journalism sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2018. (Publish- 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18). sor-County Clerk on 1/30/2018. (Publish- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
296 appliances
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Order to Show Cause shall be published
The Daily Journal is looking for in- at least once each week for four succes-
terns to do entry level reporting, re- 1/19/18, 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18). 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18, 3/2/18). sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- air conditionEr 10000 BTU w/re-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- fictitious businEss namE
statEmEnt #276471 ing on the petition in the following news- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- paper of general circulation: brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
so welcome. fictitious businEss namE The following person is doing business
statEmEnt #276404 as: Continental Car Sales Inc., 316 S fictitious businEss namE San Mateo Daily Journal 0898
We expect a commitment of four to The following person is doing business Norfolk St., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. statEmEnt #276372 Filed: 1/19/2018
as: Twins Real Estate, 1160 Chess Dr. Registered Owner: Conti Car Care Inc., The following person is doing business /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ air conditionEr, Portable, 14,000
eight hours a week for at least four Judge of the Superior Court
months. The internship is unpaid, but Suite 3, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Reg- CA. The business is conducted by a as: Silipal, 1501 W Hillsdale Blvd #105, BTU, Commercial Cool model
istered Owner: Lizette Mignon d’Almeida, Dated: 1/18/2018 CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- Corporation. The registrants com- SAN MATEO, CA 94402 . Registered (Published 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18,
terns have progressed in time into 505 Chelmsford Rd., Hillsborough, CA menced to transact business under the sories plus remote included.
94010. The business is conducted by Owner: Silipal LLC, CA. The business is 2/16/18) 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO.
paid correspondents and full-time re- FBN on 1-1-18.
porters. an Individual. The registrants com- /s/Gabriela Ramirez/
conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- (650)345-1835
menced to transact business under the This statement was filed with the Asses- ny. The registrants commenced to trans-
College students or recent graduates FBN on N/A. act business under the FBN on coffEE makEr $15.00 white, Kitchen
/s/Lizette M. d’Almeida/ sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish-
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal 10/12/2017. Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533-
experience is preferred but not neces- This statement was filed with the Asses- ordEr to shoW causE for 0907
sor-County Clerk on 1/23/2018. (Publish- 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18). /s/Mitra Shahidi/ chanGE of namE
sarily required.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal This statement was filed with the Asses- CASE# 18CIV00418 colEman lXE Roadtrip Grill -
Please send a cover letter describing 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18).
fictitious businEss namE sor-County Clerk on 1/22/2018. (Publish- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
your interest in newspapers, a resume ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, (650)918-9847
statEmEnt #276500 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
and three recent clips. Before you ap- The following person is doing business 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18, 3/2/18).
ply, you should familiarize yourself fictitious businEss namE REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
statEmEnt #276420 as: Tatiana’s Wearable Art, 2318 Hast- ElEctric stovE From Sears
with our publication. Our Web site: PETITION OF Excellent Condition $225
www.smdailyjournal.com. The following person is doing business ings Drive, BELMONT, CA 94002. Reg- KathleenAnne Vengco Boter
as: Optometric Center For Family Vision istered Owner: Tatiana Elliston, same fictitious businEss namE Please Call (650)244-9267
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Send your information via e-mail to Care and Vision Therapy, 57 El Camino address. The business is conducted by statEmEnt #276533 Petitioner: KathleenAnne Vengco Boter
Real, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- an Individual. The registrants com- filed a petition with this court for a decree
Good microWavE 1100 watt $40 Da-
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- The following person is doing business ly City (415) 231-4825.
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- tered Owner: Carole L. Hong, OD, INC., menced to transact business under the changing name as follows:
CA. The business is conducted by a as: Fast Response Plumbing, 430 N Ca-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 FBN on 01.25.2018. Present Name: KathleenAnne Vengco hotpoint hEavy Duty Dryer excellent
Corporation. The registrants com- /s/Tatiana Elliston/ nal St Unit 22, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS- Boter
menced to transact business under the CO, CA 94080 . Registered Owner: Jo- working condition Burlingame $50 Call
This statement was filed with the Asses- Proposed Name: KathleenAnne Vengco Dan (408)656-0958
FBN on 5/20/17. sor-County Clerk on 1/31/2018. (Publish- seph Tinsley, 3032 Gough St., San Fran-
/s/Carole L. Hong/ ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal cisco, CA 94123. The business is con- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
This statement was filed with the Asses- interested in this matter shall appear be- maytaG WashEr excellent working
2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18). ducted by an Individual. The registrants condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2018. (Publish- fore this court at the hearing indicated
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal commenced to transact business under below to show cause, if any, why the pe- (408)656-0958
rEcEptionist / 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18). fictitious businEss namE the FBN on 05/01/2017. tition for change of name should not be
mfG h20labs Model 300 exc cond
activitiEs statEmEnt #276481 /s/Joseph Tinsley/ granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above must file counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
The following person is doing business This statement was filed with the Asses-
assistant fictitious businEss namE
statEmEnt #276378 as: Metro Cleaners, 438 South Airport sor-County Clerk on 2/2/2018. (Publish- a written objection that includes the rea-
rEfriGErator compact made by
sons for the objection at least two court
The following person is doing business Blvd, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, days before the matter is scheduled to emerson $25.00 good shape joe
part time as: Zen Merchandise, 205 Monte Diablo 94080. Registered Owner: Intercity Met- 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18, 3/2/18). be heard and must appear at the hearing (650)573-5269
Pay DOE, with incentives Ave., 5C, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg- ro Cleaners, Inc., CA. The business is to show cause why the petition should
istered Owner: Alan David Woo, same conducted by a Corporation. The regis- not be granted. If no written objection is rEfriGErator for Sale very good
atria daly city address. The business is conducted by trants commenced to transact business timely filed, the court may grant the peti- condition asking only $99 (650)520-4650
an Individual. The registrants com- under the FBN onMay 14, 1990. fictitious businEss namE
please fax resume tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
menced to transact business under the /s/Karen Day/ statEmEnt #276591 petition shall be held on 03/16/18 at 9 room hEatEr Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
650-878-9163 FBN on1/22/18. This statement was filed with the Asses- The following person is doing business a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
/s/Alan Woo/ sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- as: Jayli’s Cocina, 124 27th Ave. Apt. 12, Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this (650)952-3500
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal SAN MATEO, CA 94403 . Registered Order to Show Cause shall be published
sor-County Clerk on 1/22/2018. (Publish- 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18). at least once each week for four succes- sEWinG machinE-royal XL 6000
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal Owners: Rosalba Sanchez and Alejandro Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
salEs/markEtinG 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18). Altamirano, same address. The business ing on the petition in the following news- (650)342-8436.
intErnships fictitious businEss namE is conducted by a Married Couple. The paper of general circulation:
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking statEmEnt #276479 registrants commenced to transact busi- San Mateo Daily Journal shoWtimE rotissEriE used once
fictitious businEss namE The following person is doing business ness under the FBN on N/A. Filed: 2/1/2018 $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
for ambitious interns who are eager to statEmEnt #276434
jump into the business arena with both as: Burlingame Kitchens & Bath, 810 /s/Rosalba Sanchez/ /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ message.
The following person is doing business Judge of the Superior Court
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs Edgehill Drive, BURLINGAME, CA This statement was filed with the Asses-
of the newspaper and media industries. as: Chibog, 2055 Gellert Blvd #5, DALY Dated: 1/31/2018 sinGEr sEWinG Machine. Good condi-
CITY, CA 94018. Registered Owner: 94010. Registered Owner: John A. sor-County Clerk on 2/7/2018. (Publish-
This position will provide valuable Jones, same address. The business is (Published 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18, tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call
experience for your bright future. Kubiertos, LLC, CA. The business is ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/2/18) (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm.
conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- conducted by an Individual. The regis-
Email resume
ny. The registrants commenced to trans- trants commenced to transact business 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18, 3/2/18).
info@smdailyjournal.com under the FBN on N/A. smith corona typewriter and table
act business under the FBN on M120 $25 (650)888-9314
01/28/2013. /s/John A. Jones/
/s/Cristina Cantada/ This statement was filed with the Asses- statEmEnt of abandonmEnt of
203 public notices This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- thE usE of a fictitious businEss
sor-County Clerk on 1/25/2018. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal namE statEmEnt m-274044
fictitious businEss namE
statEmEnt #276291
The following person is doing business
as: Elder Wise Transitions, 433 Airport
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18).

fictitious businEss namE


2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18).

fictitious businEss namE


Names of the persons abandoning the
use of the Fictitious Business Name:
Adrian F. Sanchez. Name of Business:
lEGal noticEs
statEmEnt #276519 ASSI ATM Services. Date of original fil- Fictitious Business Name Statements,
Blvd, Ste 228, BURLINGAME, CA statEmEnt #276354 The following person is doing business ing: 6-23-17. Address of Principal Place
94010. Registered Owner: Jamie Lars- The following person is doing business
as: Gatepath Auxiliary, 181 Warren
as: K&M Real Estate Services, 120 Val- of Business: 311 Menhaden Ct, Foster Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate,
en, 2613 Hastings Drive, Belmont, CA ley Rd., SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Reg-
94002. The business is conducted by Road, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- istered Owner: Kenneth Nichols, same
City, CA 94404. Registrants: Adrian F. Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
an Individual. The registrants com- tered Owner: Hillsborough Auxilliary to
address. The business is conducted by Sanchez, same address. The business Notice of Public Sales and More.
Community Gatepath, CA. The business was conducted by an Individual.
menced to transact business under the is conducted by a Corporation. The reg- an Individual. The registrants com-
FBN on 8/24/16. istrants commenced to transact business menced to transact business under the /s/John Fullen/
/s/Jamie C. Larsen/ under the FBN on n/a. FBN on 2/1/18. This statement was filed with the Asses- Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Sara Jungroth/ /s/Kenneth Nichols/ sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
sor-County Clerk on 1/11/2018. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/1/2018. (Publish-
County on 1/23/18. Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2018. (Publish- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
1/19/18, 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
nal, 2/9/18, 2/15/15, 2/23/18, 3/2/18). Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com
1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18). 2/2/18, 2/9/18, 2/16/18, 2/23/18).
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296 Appliances 302 Antiques 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 311 Musical instruments 318 Sports Equipment
uNiTAP STANDARD centerset bath- MAHoGANY ANTiquE Secretary desk, iKEA DRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x wooD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x FENDER MuSTANG ll guitar amplifier MEN’S SKi Boots, Salomon, Size 9, very
room chrome faucet, complete, $10, 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover. good condition. $70. (650) 591-2981.
(650)595-3933 elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. $130.00 (650)421-5469
iKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. wooD-GRAiN LAMiNATE Kitchen table oNE DozEN Official League Diamond
vACuuM CLEANER (reconditioned) 303 Electronics $ 30. (650)598-9804. 3’x4’ plus 1’ leaf, 2 chairs. Photo availa-
ble $35 (650)392-4841.
FoR SALE: Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
(650)771-6324.
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 Epiphone Les Paul Custom
LiviNG RooM Table, good condition. Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint.
ANTARES DoLLARS Bill Changer ma- $30. (415)231-4825
wESTERN wASHBoARD Sales made $625.00, 650 421 5469. PRiNCE TENNiS 2 section nylon black
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
chines never used for small bus. $95 306 Housewares Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket-
(650)992-4544. LovE CHAiR, velour, tan. $45.
$75. phone 650-369-2486. $55.(650)341-8342
(808)631-1365. CoMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor HuGE LuDwiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
wHiRLPooL wASHER DRYER, GE BLAuPuNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re- Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian PRoGRAMMABLE ELiPTiCAL Exer-
Refrigerator all working and in good con- ceiver with Detachable Face asking NEw DELuxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- 20-pieces in original box, never used. cise Bike. Excellent Condition. Redwood
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. $100. (650)593-4490 $250 per box (3 boxes available). (650)369-8013. City (650)740-9980 $75.00
Sell! (650) 875-8159. (650)342-5630
wHiRLPooL-DRYER GAS Coin Oper- KiNDLE FiRE 8 in. Case and Charger PiANo, uPRiGHT, in excellent condi- ToTAL GYM XLS, excellent condition.
ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758 NEw TwiN Mattress set plus frame CRYSTAL (LEADED glass) lamp $30. Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
(650)302-2456 Can send picture. (650)464-7860 (650)588-0828
MoToRoLA BRAvo MB 520 (android PiANo-1955 BALDwiN Acrosonic 36”
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD NiAGARA viBRATiNG Adjustable bed
wHiRLPooL-DRYER GAS Coin Oper- good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan 308 Tools High, Free for anyone to pick-up TouREDGE REACTioN ii uniflex sys-
ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or card Belmont (650)595-8855 (650)295-9121 tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons
(408)656-0958
(650)302-2456 ANTiquE iRoN Hand Drills. 3 available new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
oNKYo Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital uPRiGHT PiANo. In tune. Fair condi-
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, oFFiCE SwivEL Chair, good condition. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886. viNTAGE NASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
297 Bicycles Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 $25. (415)231-4825
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
“BREAK-DowN” PoRTo-PowER En- viNTAGE LiNGERiE Washboard circa 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
ADuLT BiKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- SAMSuNG FLAT TV 20" ex.co.incl. oFFiCE TYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid gine crane. Excellent condition but sold
wood with formica wood grain top $25 1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 “as is” $99 (650)347-7949 Jr. strumming $50 (650)369-2486 woMAN’S SKi Boots, Nordica, size 8
(650) 787-9753
$30 (650)592-2047.
BMx MoNGooSE Outer Limit Bike, 304 Furniture CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" YAMAHA ACouSTiC Guitar, model
looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 oRNATE LARGE BooKCASE: Two dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 woMEN’S RAiCHEL ski boots, size 6 ?
Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500 FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469
2 wALNuT 3-drawer nitestands. Tops $ 50. (650)888-5808 .
CHiLD’S SCHwiNN BiCYCLE, BLuE in asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199. SHoPSMiTH MARK V 50th Anniversary ziLJiAN CYMBALS with stands, 21”
need work but very good cond. $20/ea most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. (650)952-3466. ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 YAMAHA RooF RACK, 58 inches $75.
oRNATE MAHoGANY headboard with (650)504-0585 (916)826-5964 (650)458-3255
NEw 12" girls bike w/ training wheels gold trim $60. (650)589-0764
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave ANTiquE DiNiNG table for six people viNTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
mes with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 PiNE DouBLE/quEEN head/foot board 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 312 Pets & Animals 335 Garden Equipment
with metal frame $35/obo. (650)646-
ANTiquE MoHAGANY Bookcase. Four 8530 viNTAGE SHoPSMiTH and BAND AiRLiNE CARRiER for cats, pur. from CHAiN SAw, 16“ ,Craftsmen ,electric,
298 Collectibles feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. SAw, good shape. $300/obo. Call Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call $55. (650)888-5808
PoRTABLE MASSAGE Table (Sierra (650)342-6993 (505)228-1480 local.
80’S ToPS Complete Factory Set All ARMCHAiR GooD condition $55. Comfort). Very good condition. $50. 340 Camera & Photo Equip.
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. (650)266-3184 (650)871-1778. oNE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
BEiGE SoFA $99. Excellent Condition mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. NiKoN 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
A-TEAM FiGuRiNES Plus Jeep $20 RETRo HuTCH Needs refinishing other-
(650)591-9769 San Carlos (650) 315-2319 wise good condition. Top detaches from 309 office Equipment (650)593-2066 lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044

BuNK BEDS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 bottom $25. (650)712-9962 PARRoT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx oMEGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
LENNox RED Rose, Unused, hand 1950’S BuRRouGHS elec. adding ma-
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or chine. $30. 650-888-9314. 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
B/O (650)685-2494 SEwiNG SToRAGE cabinet, Custom offer. (650)245-4084 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. made wood perfect condition $75.
(650)483-1222 LAPToP CASE or bag. Black. Like new.
MiLLER LiTE Neon sign , work good CARPET RuNNER: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col- Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. PET CARRiER for small dog or cat in ex- viviTAR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
$59 call (650)218-6528 or: floral design. good condition cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
$45.00. (650)266-3184 SoFABED, vELouR, tan, Excellent 6059 (650)583-6636
STAR wARS Action figure: Qui-Gon
condition. $75. (808)631-1365. 310 Misc. For Sale
CoMMoDE, GooD condition. $20 obo. PET TAxi Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux
Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10
Steve (650)518-6614. Please call (650)745-6309 SoLiD wooD Dining table with exten- 2 BRuTE Rubbermaid containers $45 ea Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for 345 Medical Equipment
sion great piece great condition black No lids 55 gal New. Online $70 Bargain $25. Call (650)349-6059.
CoMPuTER DESK For sale $99 $80 (650)364-5263 (650)678-1989 HoMEDiCS DuAL Shiatsu Massage
299 Computers (650)520-4650
SoLiD wooD Entertainment Center-
PETMATE CoMPASS Dog Crate used Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162
500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint, only 1 week $40. (650)872-2244.
RECoRDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- CoMPuTER SwivEL CHAIR. Padded TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Garage Sales
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
(650) 578 9208 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o BESSY SMALL Evening Hand Bag With
DESK, GD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. (925)482-5742 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 316 Clothes MuSiC SToRE
(650)458-3578
300 Toys TABLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. BiFoLD SHuTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00 5 BoxES male & female square dance Closing FiNAL DAYS!
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost (650)544-5306 clothing. Excellent Condition. As a
DoLL HouSE w/ furniture $50.00 new DiNETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
(650) 756-9516.Daly City. BoBBY HuLL Hockey Game Great Warehouse
joe (650)573-5269 TwiN BED frame-black wrought iron Cont. ,1960’s $50 (415)269-4784 Now Open to Public!
DiNiNG TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- DAwGS BRAND Kaymann black and
from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for CAPTEL PHoNE Message on it’s
“GAMBiNA” SCARLETT O’Hara doll. $250 .(650)-654-1930. TwiN BED, mattress, box spring, frame screen. Like new used twice $25 (650)369-2486 Mon-Fri 10:30-6 Sat 10-6
$25. 650-888-9314. $ 50. (650)598-9804. (650)871-8907 FAux FuR Coat Woman's brown multi Sun 10-4
DRESSER 4-DRAwER in Belmont for
$75. Good condition; good for children. uSED BEDRooM Furniture, FREE. Call color in excellent condition 3/4
LARGE STuFFED ANIMALS - $3 each CASH REGiSTER Parts; Much Skin Not length $50 (650)692-8012
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
Call (650)678-8585 (650)573-7381. Guts $500 (415)269-4784 EVERYTHING PRICED
ENTERTAiNMENT CENTER for $50. wALL uNiT/RooM Divider. Simple CoSTCo PLAY Pen with travel bag. GENuiNE LADiES Mink Fur Jacket, TO GO NOW!
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. lines. Breaks down for transportation. Used once $35 (650)591-2981 $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748. NO REASONABLE
RoLLERBLADES, GooD condition. (650)726-4102 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- LioNEL CHRiSTMAS Holiday expan- GoLF SHoES FootJoy, brown and white OFFER REFUSED!
wALNuT CHEST, small (4 drawer with sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 saddle, 91/2, like new, $15; (650)591-
6309 FREE wooDEN Bed frame, good condi- 9769
tion pictures available (650)322-9598 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
LioNEL wESTERN Union Pass car and Liquidation of all
email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net
STAR wARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader wARDRoBE CLoSET with beveled dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 GoLF SHoES, FootJoy, black & white new instruments;
saddle, 91/2, good condition, $5;
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 GLiDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- door mirror $100 or B/Offer. (650)589-
LoREx 14” B&W Surveillance System (650)591-9769 guitars, digital pianos,
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. 0764
Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- keyboards, drums,
2360 RWC loction. KAYANo MEN’S Running shoes size 11 band & orchestra
good condition $20 (650)520-7045
LuGGAGE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite Plus all rental &
Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000 LADiES SEquiN dress, blue, size XL, used gear, PA, lighting,
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
DJ & sound equipment,
NEGRiNi FENCiNG Epee mask size M MEN'S STETSoN hat, size large, new, Vintage Studio
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
(415)260-6940 (650) 578-9208 Gear, BULK DEALS
NEw wiTH tags Wool or cotton Men's
& FREE STUFF!
PowERTEL PHoNE for hard of hearing.
Like new used 1 month. $20. (650)871- pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
8907 (650)952-3466 B Street Music
SAMSoNiTE 26" tan hard-sided suit PARiS HiLToN purse white & silver un- 245 Railroad Ave S.
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. used, about 12" long x 9" high
$23. (650)592-2648
San Mateo
$45. (650)328-6709
(415)812-3400
SiLK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for TuxEDo SizE 40, black, including white
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
formation. wiLSoN LEATHER Lady Jacket. Small,
like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
SiNK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
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Pence to counter North Korean ‘propaganda’ at Olympics
By Zeke Miller attributed to the North.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS And Pence’s personal guest at the games
will be Fred Warmbier, the father of Otto
SEOUL, South Korea — Vice President Warmbier, an American who died last year
Mike Pence is trying to counter North days after his release from captivity in
Korean “propaganda” around the Winter North Korea.
Olympics with his own symbolism and Before departing Japan for Korea earlier
rhetoric, shining a spotlight on the North’s Thursday, Pence warned that past attempts
nuclear weapons program and human rights to pursue openings with the North have
abuses. been met with “willful deception, broken
Pence, who will lead the U.S. delegation promises, and endless and escalating
to the games’ opening ceremonies on provocations.”
Friday, met Thursday with South Korean He also ratcheted up his rhetoric on the
President Moon Jae-in to press for a more North’s human rights abuses in a speech to
clear-eyed approach toward the nuclear- U.S. service members at Yokota Air Base in
armed neighbor to the north. Moon has Japan.
looked at the games as an opportunity to “As we speak, an estimated 100, 000
pursue a diplomatic opening with North North Korean citizens labor in modern-day
Korea — a move the vice president cau- gulags,” Pence said. “Those who dare raise
tioned against. their voices in dissent are imprisoned, tor-
Pence avoided public criticism of Moon, tured, and even murdered, and their children
congratulating South Korea on hosting the REUTERS and grandchildren are routinely punished for
games and pledging continued support in Mike Pence and South Korean President Moon Jae-in talk during their meeting at the their family’s sins against the state.”
addressing the North’s nuclear threat. But presidential office Cheong Wa Dae, Blue House in Seoul, South Korea. Pence also has promised the U.S. will
privately, officials said, Pence expressed hope that it becomes “a venue that leads to as one team. soon unveil “the toughest and most aggres-
concern to Moon about his more concilia- dialogue for the denuclearization of the Eager to put a reality check on the thaw sive round of economic sanctions on North
tory tone toward North Korea. Korean Peninsula.” in relations, Pence will meet Friday morn- Korea ever.”
Moon, for his part, took the opportunity The games will be attended by North ing with North Korean defectors and pay Aides acknowledged that the vice presi-
to highlight the visit of North Korean offi- Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister and respects at the Cheonan Memorial in dent’s cynical message is an unusual one for
cials to the global competition, referring to other senior officials. And female ice hock- Seoul, which honors the 46 South Korean Pence, but said the circumstances warrant
the “Olympic Games of peace.” He added his ey players from both Koreas will compete sailors killed in a 2010 torpedo attack the tone.

U.N. exempts sanctions for North Korea’s Olympic delegation


By Edith M. Lederer Ambassador Karel Van Oosterom of the Ham said in a letter to Van Oosterom that to control the public.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Netherlands, who chairs the Security the delegation’s participation “will serve as But the delegation list submitted to the
Council committee monitoring sanctions a timely opportunity to reduce tensions on sanctions committee by South Korea identi-
against North Korea, sent a proposed letter the Korean Peninsula and beyond by pro- fies him as “Chairman of the State Physical
UNITED NATIONS — A U.N. committee of approval Wednesday to the 15 council moting an environment conducive to a Culture and Sports Guidance Commission.”
granted North Korea’s high-level delega- members with a deadline of 3 p.m. EST on peaceful, diplomatic, and political solution
tion heading to the Winter Olympics in concerning the situation on the peninsula.” Ham said the delegation is expected to
Thursday for objections.
South Korea an exemption from U.N. sanc- Choe is identified on the U.N. sanctions attend the opening ceremony of the games
Three diplomats, who were not authorized
tions on Thursday, Security Council diplo- blacklist as “First Vice Director of the in Pyeongchang as well as engage in “high-
to speak publicly, said there were no objec-
mats said. Workers’ Party of Korea Propaganda and level inter-Korean dialogue,” among other
tions and the exemption was approved.
Agitation Department, which controls all events, from Friday through Sunday. He
The exemption directly affects Choe Hwi, South Korean Charge d’affaires Ham Sang
DPRK media and is used by the government asked for a sanctions exemption for that
who has been on the U.N. sanctions black- Wook asked the committee early Wednesday
period.
list since June 2, 2017 and is subject to a to grant a sanctions exemption to the 23-
travel ban and asset freeze. But it could also member high-level delegation from the
allow all delegation members to take home Democratic People’s Republic of Korea —
luxury goods whose import to North Korea the country’s official name — without nam-
is banned by the council. ing Choe.

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