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Tanforan internment memorial moving ahead
Fundraiser hosted to pay for art project honoring those held in San Bruno
By Austin Walsh at Tanforan and the before the 75th anniversary of
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF city’s Bay Area Roosevelt signing Executive Order
Rapid Transit sta- 9066, which allowed imprisonment of
While acknowledging the anniver- tion. Americans during wartime and led to a
sary of former President Franklin Though tickets staging being established in San
Delano Roosevelt signing an execu- for the event Bruno, holds special relevance current-
tive order clearing the way for intern- expecting more ly.
ment of Japanese-American citizens than 200 people are Okamoto drew parallels between
during World War II, locals are raising sold out, organizer Roosevelt’s decision and the recent
funds to honor those held in San Steve Okamoto Steve Okamoto said executive order administered by
Bruno. he is hopeful cele- President Donald Trump banning
Dinner and entertainment will be bration revenue will go far toward pay- immigration rights to those from cer-
served Saturday, Feb. 18, at the ing down the nearly $2 million bill for tain countries he considers a national
Marriott Hotel in San Mateo raising building a monument honoring those security threat. Artist rendering of the proposed memorial recognizing the
money for the construction of a memo- once detained at the former race track. suffering of those who were held captive in a Japanese
rial in the plaza adjacent to The Shops Okamoto said the event held a day See MEMORIAL, Page 17 internment camp at the Tanforan race track in San Bruno.

Trump airs
grievances
In unprecedented fashion for a president,
Trump rips into press at news conference
By Jonathan Lemire Inside
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The leaks
are real. But the news about
them is fake. The White House
is a fine-tuned machine. Russia
is a ruse.
For its stunning moments and • Trump seeks pause in legal
memorable one-liners, Donald fight with revised travel ban
• CIA director
Trump’s first solo news confer- says agency is not hiding
ence as president has no rivals intelligence from Trump
in recent memory. For all the • GOP leaders
trappings of the White House unveil health law outline
and traditions of the forum, his See page 6
performance was one of a swag-
gering, blustery campaigner, armed with grievances and
AUSTIN WALSH/DAILY JOURNAL
Joe Marquez, owner of The StandBy in South City, is hosting a variety of events celebrating San Francisco Beer Week. See TRUMP, Page 31

Beer brotherhood brews across the Bay Passive use approved
Craft community comes together for San Francisco Beer Week for San Carlos park
By Austin Walsh Peninsula for a series of boozy bashes
celebrating San Francisco Beer Week.
against the big, faceless mega brew-
ers. We just kind of embrace the com-
Councilmembers join public in support
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
The festival coordinated throughout munity feel,” said Joe Pacini, owner of of new plan for North Crestview Park
From dank bars, garages steeped in the Bay Area brings together brew- Sacrilege Brewery in Half Moon Bay. By Anna Schuessler
hoppy stink and industrial buildings eries, bars, restaurants, markets and all “With all the breweries out there, it DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
housing huge stainless steel tanks and others in the industry to showcase the could turn into a competitive racket,
tube networks, a bubbling Bay Area independent beer movement’s crafts- but instead we just embrace each In response to a strong showing of support for minimal
community of brewers and beer lovers manship. other.” development of San Carlos’ North Crestview Park by resi-
grew to one of the nation’s most sub- And while the area is soaked with Pacini, who opened his brewery dents, city officials this week approved a plan designating
stantial society of swiggers. potential stiff competition and rival- three months ago at 730 Main St., the hilltop park for passive uses such as enhanced walk-
Emboldened through their passion’s ry, brewers and bar owners agreed they hosted a variety of events over the ways and benches.
growing popularity, those mavens of would rather raise a pint glass to the week inviting more established brew- The council voted 4-1 Monday to approve the passive-use
malt, ale advocates and brew buffs success of fellow comrades.
have dispersed throughout the “It’s not us against each other. It’s us See BEER, Page 23 See PARK, Page 17

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Thought for the Day
“A healthy attitude is contagious but don’t
wait to catch it from others. Be a carrier.”
— Tom Stoppard, Czech-born British playwright

This Day in History
The Voice of America began broadcast-

1947 ing in Russian to the Soviet Union.

In 1 8 1 5 , the United States and Britain exchanged the instru-
ments of ratification for the Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of
1812.
In 1 8 6 3 , the International Red Cross was founded in Geneva.
In 1 8 9 7 , the forerunner of the National PTA, the National
Congress of Mothers, convened its first meeting in
Washington.
In 1 9 1 3 , the Armory Show, a landmark modern art exhibit,
opened in New York City.
In 1 9 2 5 , the first issue of The New Yorker magazine (bearing
the cover date of Feb. 21) was published.
In 1 9 3 3 , Newsweek magazine was first published under the
title “News-Week.”
In 1 9 4 4 , during World War II, U.S. forces invaded Eniwetok
Atoll, encountering little initial resistance from Imperial
Japanese troops. (The Americans secured the atoll less than a
week later.)
In 1 9 5 9 , the United States launched Vanguard 2, a satellite
which carried meteorological equipment. REUTERS
In 1 9 6 4 , the Supreme Court, in Wesberry v. Sanders, ruled A crocodile and its tamer perform during the presentation of the show ‘Water and Fire’ at the National Circus in Kiev, Ukraine,
that congressional districts within each state had to be rough-
ly equal in population.
In 1 9 7 2 , President Richard M. Nixon departed the White
In other news ...
House with his wife, Pat, on a historic trip to China. Idaho police: Joey the indoor duck may replace dogs, cats and hats in Supervisor Mark Farrell made the
In 1 9 8 6 , Johnson & Johnson announced it would no longer an upcoming version. proposal Thursday as a transportation
sell over-the-counter medications in capsule form, following pet squirrel stops burglary Hasbro Inc. is holding a worldwide authority report recommended studying
the death of a woman who had taken a cyanide-laced Tylenol MERIDIAN, Idaho — Police in contest to let people choose the eight the idea further to control congestion
capsule. southwest Idaho say an indoor pet, a tokens to be included in the next gener- on Lombard Street.
squirrel named Joey, has thwarted a bur- ation of the property acquisition game, Vehicles waiting to drive down the
based on the real streets of Atlantic 600-foot-long street often stretch back
Birthdays glary attempt.
The Meridian Police Department City, New Jersey. for three blocks. The street attracts
says a juvenile entered a home last about 2 million tourists a year, with up
week and told police after later being Pepper spray prompts to 17,000 people visiting by car or
arrested that a squirrel attacked him evacuation of hotel foot on peak summer weekends.
when he tried to break into a gun safe. A toll is far from a done deal, though.
GARDEN GROVE — Orange County
Meridian Police Officer Ashley authorities are investigating why It requires approval from the state
Turner says the juvenile received somebody sprayed pepper spray at a Legislature.
scratch marks on his arm but no bites. Garden Grove hotel, prompting the
The teen is believed to have entered evacuation of an entire floor. Man dubbed ‘Porn’s New King’
three or four unlocked homes in the City Fire Captain Thanh Nguyen sentenced to 11 years for fraud
Basketball Hall of TV personality Actor Joseph area. The juvenile’s name hasn’t been says the odor was so overwhelming
released. NEW YORK — A Los Angeles man
Famer Michael Paris Hilton is 36. Gordon-Levitt is that the first crews on the scene late once dubbed “Porn’s New King” has
Jordan is 54. 36. Joey’s owner, Adam Pearl, says no Monday upgraded the call to a hazmat been sentenced in New York to over 11
Actor Hal Holbrook is 92. Actor-comedian Barry Humphries one can believe he has a squirrel that response. years in prison after pleading guilty to
“Dame Edna” is 83. Country singer-songwriter Johnny Bush guards his house. Agencies from multiple nearby agen- securities fraud and other crimes.
is 82. Actress Christina Pickles is 82. Football Hall-of-Famer Joey has a nest in a kitchen cabinet. cies responded and evacuated the third
Jason Galanis was sentenced
Jim Brown is 81. Actress Brenda Fricker is 72. Actress Rene floor of Candlewood Suites on Garden
Russo is 63. Actor Richard Karn is 61. Actor Lou Diamond Thimble tossed! Game Grove Boulevard.
Wednesday in Manhattan federal court.
Prosecutors say the charges pertain to a
Phillips is 55.Actor-comedian Larry, the Cable Guy is 54. TV piece voted out of Monopoly Nguyen says no one was treated or
manipulation of the market for a pub-
personality Rene Syler is 54. Movie director Michael Bay is taken to a hospital and everyone who
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — You can evacuated was either relocated to anoth- licly traded company, Gerova Financial
53. Singer Chante Moore is 50. Rock musician Timothy J. still pass “Go” and collect $200 on the Group Ltd., from 2009 to 2011.
Mahoney (311) is 47. Actor Dominic Purcell is 47. Olympic Monopoly board, but you soon won’t er floor or another hotel.
Prosecutors say Galanis was the ring-
gold and silver medal skier Tommy Moe is 47. Actress Denise be able to do it with the thimble game
Richards is 46. Rock singer-musician Billie Joe Armstrong piece. San Francisco official leader of a multimillion-dollar fraud
scheme that secretly acquired shares of
Voters have rejected the thimble, an pitches toll for ‘crooked street’
(Green Day) is 45. Actor Jerry O’Connell is 43. Country
Gerova and then manipulated the mar-
singer Bryan White is 43. Actress Kelly Carlson is 41. Actor
integral part of the game since being SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco ket by cashing out.
Ashton Holmes is 39. Actor Conrad Ricamora (TV: “How to
added to Monopoly in 1935. The move supervisor is proposing a toll on a Forbes magazine labeled Galanis
Get Away With Murder”) is 38. Actor Jason Ritter is 37. TV
is part of a campaign to select the next famously crooked street that draws mil- “Porn’s New King” in 2004 after he
host Daphne Oz (TV: “The Chew”) is 31. Actor Chord
generation of game pieces. lions of visitors a year and creates bought the nation’s biggest payment
Overstreet is 28. Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is 26. Actress
Meaghan Martin is 25. Actress Sasha Pieterse is 21. Hashtags, emojis and even a rubber headaches for residents. processor for internet pornography.

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Man pleads guilty to buying
rifles in San Bernardino attack
By Amy Taxin bring him up to 25 years
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in prison while sparing
him a trial.
RIVERSIDE — A California man who Gregory Clayborn, the
bought high-powered rifles used in the San father of one of the peo-
Bernardino terror attack pleaded guilty on ple killed, opposed the
Thursday as the father of one of the victims deal in an impassioned
angrily denounced the plea deal as a “slap on plea to the judge before
the wrist.” the hearing.
Enrique Marquez Jr. appeared in federal “This man supplied
Enrique these murderers with
court in Riverside with his hands cuffed and
chained to his waist. He sounded choked up Marquez these weapons and he’s
after the prosecutor described what he had going to get a slap on the wrist, your
done. honor,” Clayborn said, his voice cracking
Marquez told the judge he had dropped out as he described the pain of losing his 27-
of high school and college but understood year-old daughter Sierra.
the allegations and the consequences of the “My daughter, she didn’t deserve this,” he
plea agreement with prosecutors that could said.

Police reports 12:32 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9.
S us p i c i o us c i rc ums t an c e s . A man
appeared to be intoxicated near Hiller Street
Mondays are the worst and Biddulph Way before 6:51 p. m.
Someone drove away with a wallet and Wednesday, Feb. 8.
phone on top of their vehicle on Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . A man was
Bounty Drive and Foster City Boulevard hiding from passersby on Adelaide Way
in Foster City, it was reported at 4:45 before 1:52 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8.
p.m. Monday, Feb. 13.
FOSTER CITY
Theft. A vehicle was stolen on Beach Park
BELMONT Boulevard before 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Parki ng v i o l ati o n. A vehicle was parked Traffic hazard. A vehicle was stalled at a
in a disabled spot with no placard on stop sign near Beach Park and Shell boule-
Alameda de las Pulgas before 4:57 p.m. vards before 10:37 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Thursday, Feb. 9. Traffic hazard. A falling tree hit a parked
Acci dent. A vehicle was rear-ended near El car and blocked traffic on Shell Boulevard
Camino Real and Harbor Boulevard before before 6:37 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7.
4 Friday • Feb. 17, 2017 LOCAL/STATE/NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Craig Brian Mackellar Obituaries
New mosquito trap is smart Craig Brian Mackellar, born Aug.
11, 1957, died peacefully Jan. 23, where he attend-
ed Polytechnic

enough to keep just bad bugs
2017.
Craig was High School. It
born in was there that he
To r r a n c e , met his wife,
By Lauran Neergaard Dorothy, of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “Whether it is actually a trap that will functionally California. At
the age of 7, his nearly 65 years.
improve surveillance, I think that remains to be seen.” family moved Al was proud to
WASHINGTON — A smart trap to the San be a U.S.
for mosquitoes? A new high-tech — University of Florida medical Entomology Professor Jonathan Day Marine, serving
Francisco
version is promising to catch the Pen i n s ul a in the Korean War. His Shasta Lake
bloodsuckers while letting friend- The traps act like “a field biolo- Jonathan Day, who isn’t involved home was his “heaven on earth.”
gist in real time that’s making with the project. “But whether it is where he graduated from Menlo-
lier insects escape — and even Atherton High School in 1975. He is survived by his two daugh-
record the exact weather condi- choices about the insects it wants actually a trap that will functional- ters, Cheryl (Gary) Barrango and
to capture,” said Microsoft lead ly improve surveillance, I think Afterwards, he worked in the Palo
tions when different species Alto Parks Department for a couple Diane (Tony) Demattei as well as
emerge to bite. researcher Ethan Jackson, who that remains to be seen.” his four grandchildren: Janelle,
displayed a prototype trap at a Trapping is a key part of mos- of years and donated his time to the
Whether it really could improve YMCA and church. He is survived Ryan, Kristin (Staci) and Kaitlin
public health is still to be deter- meeting of the American quito surveillance and control, and great-grandson Vincent.
by his sister Dale, brothers Scott
mined. But when the robotic traps Association for the Advancement important so health officials “Of great importance and comfort
and Rory, niece Shannon
were pilot-tested around Houston of Science in Boston. know where to spray or take other to Al as well as his family, is our
MacKellar, nephews Brock
last summer, they accurately cap- The traps are part of Microsoft’s measures to fight mosquito-borne love and gratitude to the two most
MacKellar and Richard and Robert
tured particular mosquito species broader Project Premonition, diseases. Trapping hasn’t changed incredible caretakers life could send
Franklin.
— those capable of spreading the aimed at learning how to spot much in decades: Typically net our way, Robert and Emeline, who
“For over 25 years, Craig was a
Zika virus and certain other dis- early signs of outbreaks. traps are outfitted with mosquito- will be a part of our family forever.”
bit of a fixture around downtown
eases — that health officials want- “It catches people’s imagina- attracting bait and a fan, and suck San Carlos. Most people at some At Al’s request for a “going-away
ed to track, researchers reported tion,” said University of Florida in whatever insect gets close time saw him on his daily walks to party” his family will host a
Thursday. medical Entomology Professor enough. the San Carlos Library. He made Celebration of Life Saturday, Feb.
quite a few good friends along the 25. For details please email his
family at
State limits video-only visits for county jail inmates way. He was one of the nicest, most
gentle people I knew. Always inter-
ested in how other were doing, wel-
CelebrateAlGordon@gmail. com
with your name and association
By Don Thompson that will have no room for in-per- loved one, although families are coming a good conversation with with Al and/or his family for details
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS son visits, the board found in a often billed for long-distance his unique sense of humor. One of and location of the celebration.
survey. electronic visitations. The board our standing jokes was, when I
SACRAMENTO — California The new regulation applies said remote visitation usually asked him when the day came if he As a public serv ice, the Daily
regulators pushed back Thursday only to future jails, not the ones costs from $5 to $15 for every 20 wanted to be buried or cremated? He Journal prints obituaries of approx -
against what had been a growing under construction. minutes, depending on the coun- never wavered and always said he imately 200 words or less with a
movement to end in-person visits It also immediately bars sher- ty, though there is no charge for wanted to be pickled. I know he’s photo one time on a space av ail-
in county jails. iffs from adopting new policies families that travel to jails and smiling now. able basis. To submit obituaries,
Future jails must include space that ban in-person visits, but visit with their loved ones over “Craig will be greatly missed.” email information along with a
for face-to-face visits, the Board doesn’t affect existing policies. onsite video monitors. jpeg photo to news@smdaily jour-
of State and Community Sheriffs have been shifting to Video visits are still allowed Albert Eugene Gordon nal.com. Free obituaries are edited
Corrections decided on a 7-2 remote video visitation that can under the new rules, but in-person for sty le, clarity, length and gram-
save space, requires fewer meetings must be offered in addi- Albert Eugene Gordon, of San mar. If y ou would lik e to hav e an
vote. Carlos, born July 27, 1930, died
Five of the state’s 58 counties employees and deter smuggling. tion. obituary printed more than once,
Sheriffs and the board’s staff The board and state lawmakers Feb. 11, 2017, with his family by longer than 200 words or without
have no in-person jail visits. his side.
Five more counties have no in- said video visits can also be valu- have been encouraging personal editing, please submit an inquiry to
He was 86. our adv ertising department at
person visits in at least one jail, able for families that would have visits that they say are healthier
Al grew up in San Francisco, ads@smdaily journal.com.
and 10 counties are building jails to travel long distances to visit a and promote rehabilitation.

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FBI: White supremacist talked
of Dylann Roof-type attack
By Jeffery Collins according to the under-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cover agent.
McDowell is charged as
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A white supremacist a felon in possession of a
with felony convictions in South Carolina firearm. The gun he was
bought a gun from an undercover FBI agent, sold had its firing pin
telling the agent he planned an attack in filed down so it could not
“the spirit of Dylann Roof,” authorities said be used, Lowe wrote.
Thursday. McDowell is being
Benjamin McDowell, 29, was arrested in Benjamin held in the Horry County
Myrtle Beach shortly after buying the .40- McDowell jail. Court records did not
caliber Glock and ammunition for $109 list an attorney, and no
from the agent who picked him up at his one responded to a message left at the phone
mother’s house, then took him to his grand- number listed for his mother’s address.
father’s house to get the money, FBI agent Authorities began investigating
Grant Lowe wrote in an affidavit. McDowell in December after he threatened a
McDowell didn’t have a specific target in synagogue on Facebook. Horry County
mind, once telling the undercover agent he Police had kept track of McDowell since his
REUTERS release from prison on felony burglary
Oroville residents look at the Feather River after an evacuation order was lifted for communities might just shoot at a party of black people,
Lowe wrote. charges a few years ago because he made
downstream from the Lake Oroville Dam. connections with white supremacists while
“I got the heart to do that s---, but I don’t
behind bars, according to the affidavit.

Life near Oroville Dam now have the good training,” McDowell said,

Trump’s court pick reaches Around the nation
out, but Democrats still wary
shadowed by fears, concerns
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of water coming from the spillway.”
WASHINGTON — In daily visits to Senate
offices, Supreme Court nominee Neil
Gorsuch has tried to make clear to
Washington court rules
against florist in gay wedding case
OLYMPIA, Wash. — The Washington
He said Wednesday that friends kept send- Democrats that he’s an independent thinker. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday
OROVILLE — Northern California resi- ing text messages, including one that said: Gorsuch told senators that he found that a florist who refused to provide services
dents, who had spent days at evacuation “If you’re still in town, get the hell out President Donald Trump’s attacks on the for a same-sex wedding broke the state’s
shelters, were allowed to return to their because I know people who say it’s going to judiciary “disheartening” and “demoraliz- antidiscrimination law, even though she
homes but many stayed only long enough to breach if the storm is heavy enough.” ing” after Trump had lashed out at a federal claimed doing so would violate her religious
pack valuables before fleeing an approach- Prumm left home around midnight to stay judge who issued a stay on his refugee and beliefs.
ing storm that will test recently repaired with his parents, who live at a higher eleva- immigration ban. On Tuesday, Gorsuch told A lower court had fined Barronelle
spillways at the nation’s tallest dam. tion. He’s got a house in the mountains and Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin that he hopes Stutzman, a florist in Richland, Washington,
Authorities say the immediate danger has will stay there at least until the upcoming to be “half the nominee” as Merrick for denying service to a gay couple in 2013,
passed for the nearly 200,000 people living storms pass. Garland, the judge nominated by President and ordered her to pay a $1,000 fine.
downstream of the Oroville Dam. They said “I packed bins and loaded them into my car. Barack Obama last year, only to be blocked Stutzman argued that she was exercising
the Lake Oroville water level was 26 feet I had to feed my chickens and tend to a few by Senate Republicans. her First Amendment rights. But the court
below the emergency spillway by things. I’m not hanging out here for long.” Durbin, D-Ill., also said Gorsuch indicated held that her floral arrangements do not con-
Wednesday night. But new storms are fore- Chantel Ramirez, 35, returned home support for criminal justice reform — a stitute protected free speech, and that provid-
cast to hit Oroville, which is about 70 miles Wednesday but didn’t plan to stay the night. Durbin priority — and disavowed a 2005 ing flowers to a same-sex wedding would not
north of Sacramento, and not everyone is The mother of two packed as many clothes, National Review article he’d written criti- serve as an endorsement of same-sex mar-
sticking around to find out if the repairs family pictures and keepsakes as her car could cizing Democrats and liberals. riage.
hold. hold and was heading south to stay with rela-
A 34-year-old who lives blocks away from tives.
the levee said he had to leave after spending a “My car is completely packed,” she said. “I
restless night thinking about what could will not stay here until the evacuation is
happen to him if it fails. completely lifted.” Authorities lifted the
“I tried to sleep here last night, and I just evacuation order but left a warning in effect
couldn’t sleep,” said Matthew Prumm. He and have told residents to be prepared to
estimates that “there would be a 30-foot wall leave again on a moment’s notice.

Obituary
Steven Charles Taylor
December 23, 1945 – February 6, 2017

A lifelong, proud resident of Burlingame, Steve passed away peacefully
at his home following a long fight against cancer. He was 71. Steve was
the Co-Founder, CTO, and Vice Chairman of the Board of Verlink Corp.
(VRLK: NASDAQ) before retiring in 2004. The second-oldest of five
siblings, Steve will be remembered as a man of great generosity to his friends and family, and his smile
and storytelling will be greatly missed. He is survived by his children, Jason Taylor and Jacqueline
Taylor-Masini and four granddaughters, Olivia and Veronica Taylor, and Amanda and Grace Masini.
No memorial is planned, as Steve requested a private family gathering. In lieu of flowers, the family
is requesting donations be made in Steve’s name to the Lung Cancer Foundation of America at
lcfamerica.org.
6 Friday • Feb. 17, 2017 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

GOP leaders unveil
health law outline
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — Top House Republicans unveiled a
rough sketch of a massive health care overhaul to rank-and-
file lawmakers Thursday, but a lack of detail, cost estimates
and GOP unity left unresolved the problem that’s plagued
them for years: What’s the party’s plan and can Congress
pass it?
At a closed-door meeting in the Capitol basement, House
Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis. , and other party leaders
described a broad vision for voiding much of President
Barack Obama’s 2010 statute and replacing it with conser-
vative policies. It features a revamped Medicaid program for
the poor, tax breaks to help people pay doctors’ bills and
federally subsidized state pools to assist those with costly
medical conditions in buying insurance.
Lawmakers called the ideas options, and many were con-
troversial. One being pushed by Ryan and other leaders
REUTERS
would replace the tax increases in Obama’s law with new
levies on the value of some employer-provided health plans Donald Trump holds a news conference at the White House.

Trump seeks pause in legal
— a political no-fly zone for Republicans averse to tax
boosts.
“You have to legislate with a sense of political reality,”
said Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., who said backing that pro-
posal “would set up an ad against you from multiple direc-
tions” during upcoming elections.

CIA director says agency is not fight with revised travel ban
hiding intelligence from Trump By Sudhin Thanawala “In so doing, the president will clear Stephen Vladeck, who teaches at the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the way for immediately protecting University of Texas School of Law,
the country rather than pursuing fur- said the states challenging the current
WASHINGTON — CIA director Mike Pompeo said SAN FRANCISCO — The Trump ther, potentially time-consuming liti- ban — Washington and Minnesota —
Thursday that the agency is providing President Donald administration said in court docu- gation,” the filing said. would likely change their lawsuit to
Trump with the best intelligence it can, disputing reports ments on Thursday it wants a pause in Trump said at the news conference focus on any revised order.
that the spy community is withholding information from the legal fight over its ban on travel- that a new order would come next “It will surely be a mess — and per-
the commander in chief. ers from seven predominantly Muslim week. haps a repeat of some of the chaos we
“The CIA does not, has not, and will never hide intelli- nations, so it can issue a replacement “I will not back down from defend- saw the first weekend of the original
gence from the president, period. We are not aware of any ban as it strives to protect the nation ing our country. I got elected on order,” Vladeck wrote in an email.
instance when that has occurred,” Pompeo said in a state- from terrorism. defense of our country,” he said. The administration asked the 9th
ment aimed at quelling reports that the intelligence commu- Details of the new proposal were not Legal experts said a new order focus- U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to hold
nity and Trump were in conflict. provided in the filing or at a wide- ing only on residents of the seven off on making any more decisions
He said news reports that the agency was keeping intelli- ranging news conference by President countries who had never entered the related to the lawsuit until the new
gence from the president are “dead wrong” and damage the Donald Trump. But lawyers for the U.S. would still face legal hurdles over order is issued, and then toss out last
“the integrity of thousands of professional intelligence administration said in the filing that a possible religious discrimination. week’s decision by a three-judge 9th
officers.” ban that focuses solely on foreigners Jessica Levinson, a professor at Circuit panel that kept the ban on
Pompeo’s statement came on the same day that a senior who have never entered the U.S. — Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, hold.
White House official said the administration had asked a instead of green card holders already believes Trump would eliminate some The 9th Circuit said late Thursday it
New York-based private equity executive — Stephen in the U. S. or who have traveled major problems with the new focus. will hold off on deciding whether to
Feinberg, co-founder of Cerberus Capital Management — to abroad and want to return — would “But I think that it will definitely have a larger panel of judges reconsid-
lead a review of the U.S. intelligence community. pose no legal difficulties. still end up in court,” she said. er that ruling.

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Man pleads no Local briefs the school grounds. connected to the other
three, but investigators
Police also found a methamphetamine
contest to credit card fraud for a two-hour parking limit on the street’s pipe in his pocket, and he was charged believe he is probably
A Foster City man who defrauded a credit northwest side between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. with possession of drug paraphernalia, connected to the other
card company of more than $84,000 plead- Monday through Saturday. Wagstaffe said. Chula Vista Drive bur-
ed no contest Tuesday to felony grand On Monday night, the Redwood City Stevenson pleaded not guilty to the glary, according to
theft, San Mateo County prosecutors said Council unanimously approved the limits, charges on Wednesday and remains in cus- police.
Wednesday. which are expected to go into effect on or tody on $15,000 bail. He is scheduled to Anyone with informa-
Luis Hernandez-Sanchez, 46, was sen- around March 13. return to court on Feb. 23. tion on this suspect
tenced to a year in jail and five years of After monitoring the area, city staff and/or any of these bur-
supervised probation. determined long-term parking by employ- Police release glaries are asked to contact Belmont police
Hernandez-Sanchez will appear in court ees of nearby businesses had been prevent- sketch of burglary suspect at (650) 595-7400 or police@belmont.gov.
again on April 4 to hear what restitution ing visitors of Andrew Spinas Park, locat-
he’ll have to make. ed just north of Second Avenue, as well as Belmont police investigators released Deputies investigate
Prosecutors said the fraud began in residents of nearby homes from parking Thursday a composite sketch of a suspect, robbery at Woodside bank
September 2012 when Hernandez-Sanchez and accessing these destinations, accord- who may be connected to several recent
residential burglaries. A robber brandished a handgun and stole
opened a Capital One credit card account in ing to a staff report.
At approximately 11:20 a. m. cash from a bank in Woodside on Tuesday,
his name and then added a phony author- Installing signs showing the limits is
Wednesday, Feb. 1, an unknown suspect San Mateo County sheriff’s officials said.
ized user. expected to cost less than $2,000, accord-
knocked on front door of a home on the At 2:55 p.m., a man entered the Chase
Hernandez-Sanchez used a fake Social ing to the report. Bank located at 2977 Woodside Road and
Security number to add the phony user. He 1100 block of Chula Vista Drive. When the
approached bank tellers. He allegedly took
paid the minimum monthly amount on the Man arrested after resident, who was in a different part of the
out a small black metal handgun and
cards so that the phony user could eventu- home, didn’t respond, the suspect went
ally open lines of credit under their own
lurking around school around to backyard. The resident then saw demanded money, according to the
A 31-year-old man pleaded not guilty to the suspect in the backyard and called 911. Sheriff’s Office.
name, but he did not pay the bills on those The suspect took an undisclosed amount
accounts, prosecutors said. trespassing on Wednesday after he was The suspect, who apparently realized
allegedly found lurking around a someone was home, fled over a fence on of cash and placed it inside a black plastic
Because credit card companies don’t have garbage bag, then walked out of the bank
a way to verify that a Social Security num- Burlingame elementary school and mastur- the south side of the property. An exten-
bating, according to the San Mateo County sive search was conducted by Belmont and headed east on Woodside Road, sher-
ber matches the account holder’s name and iff’s officials said. No one was injured dur-
other account details, they have no way to District Attorney’s Office. police with assistance from a Burlingame
Arnold Stevenson Jr., 31, was seen at police K9, but the suspect was not found, ing the robbery.
hold a person responsible for the unpaid Sheriff’s deputies arrived and searched
charges. about 12:35 p. m. Monday outside according to police.
Roosevelt Elementary School. A teacher The suspect was described as a medium the area but did not locate the suspect, who
Hernandez-Sanchez’s scheme ended last is described as a clean-shaven white male
September. He has credit for 305 days found him after he had climbed over a fence complexion male, possible in his late
and was watching the children, prosecutors teens, 5 feet 10 inches, 140 pounds, wear- wearing a white beanie hat, dark sunglass-
served, according to prosecutors. es, a red hooded sweatshirt, dark pants and
Defense attorney Brandon Douglass, said. ing a light gray hoodie, black pants, black
When confronted, Stevenson said he was rimmed glasses and black gloves. No sus- dark shoes.
who is representing Hernandez-Sanchez, Sheriff’s officials have released surveil-
was not immediately available for com- looking for a friend. But while he was pect vehicle was seen or heard, according
being escorted away from the campus, he to police. lance photos of the suspect and are asking
ment. for help in identifying him. Anyone with
allegedly said that he has a problem and Later that afternoon, a resident on the
information about the case is encouraged
Two-hour parking limit approved likes to touch children. 1200 block of Chula Vista Drive reported
to contact sheriff’s Detective Jonathan
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said that their home had been burglarized some-
for Second Avenue’s northwest side Stevenson also allegedly admitted he time during the day. In addition, two Sebring at (650) 363-4057 or
Those looking for parking on Second was masturbating, but because no one homes on the 900 block of North Road Jsebring@smcgov. org. Anonymous tips
Avenue between Bay Road and Broadway in saw him doing so, he could only be were also burglarized the same day. It is can be called to a tip line at (800) 547-
Redwood City will now have to look out charged with trespassing for being on unknown if the suspect in the sketch is 2700.

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Watchdog says U.S. has no way to
measure border wall effectiveness
By Elliot Spagat Congress, according to the report, which
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS recommends developing new measures to
justify more spending.
SAN DIEGO — The United States does not Trump, speaking at a news conference
have a way to measure how well fencing Thursday, reiterated plans for a wall with
works to deter illegal crossings from Mexico — one of his signature campaign
Mexico, according to a report released pledges — and promised to negotiate a
Thursday by Congress’ main watchdog as lower price.
President Donald Trump renewed his pledge Border Patrol leaders have struggled to say
to build “a great wall” on the border. with any degree of precision how well
The Government Accountability Office fences work, in part because it’s unknown
said the government spent $2.3 billion how many people get away. Another
from 2007 to 2015 to extend fences to 654 unknown is the extent to which fences or
miles of the nearly 2,000-mile border and other factors such as the number of agents
more to repair them. explain why people are caught.
Despite those investments, the Customs The GAO estimated capture rates in areas
and Border Protection agency “cannot meas- with and without fencing but cautioned that
ure the contribution of fencing to border no cause-and-effect relationship has been
security operations along the southwest established.
border because it has not developed metrics Construction cost estimates have varied
for this assessment,” the agency said in a widely. The GAO report stuck with its 2009 REUTERS
75-page review. estimate of an average of $6.5 million a Demonstrators march during the ‘Day Without Immigrants’ protest in Chicago, Ill.
Efforts to better measure success were mile for a fence to keep out people on foot
aborted in 2013 because of a budget show-
down between President Barack Obama and
and $1.8 million a mile for vehicle block-
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I Am Not Your Negro make it back home. I don’t know if my mom the Hispanic rights group National Council
Lead Actress Life, Animated
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Ruth Negga, Loving
Natalie Portman, Jackie Best Foreign Language Film
EMMA STONE, LA LA LAND A Man Called Ove, Sweden
Meryl Streep, Florence Foster Jenkins Land of Mine, Denmark
Tanna, Australia
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • Dec. 28, 2016 9
Retirement security
With the Trump administration
American pendulum
The Press-Democrat Other voices seeking to delay, and probably
rescind, an Obama administration reg- and political change
ulation requiring financial advisers to

A
mericans are getting older last year from the U.S. Department of

C
and living longer, yet too put their clients’ best interests first hange is difficult to accept for many. Some
Labor. Several other states are work- embrace it, others loathe it. It depends much on
many of us are woefully ing on similar plans in which a small when advising them on retirement
unprepared for retirement. savings, killing off Secure Choice what type of change is occurring as well.
percentage of an employee’s income In the case of our new president, many in these parts are
Consider these numbers from is placed in a state-sponsored retire- would be an enormous disservice to
Boston College’s Center for millions of hardworking people who less than enthusiastic about his actions, his statements,
ment savings account. his decisions and his proposals. Others, even around here,
Retirement Research: 52 percent of Employers aren’t required to con- want — and need — to set aside
U.S. households are at risk of running money for retirement. like the change and are emboldened by it.
tribute any money, and employees are People talk about being in bubbles, especially in areas
out of money during retirement — up free to opt out. Employees will deter- But news accounts say the House
from 31 percent in 1983. And 45 per- could vote to do so as early as next where many are like-minded, but the United States is a very
mine how much money is withheld large nation with divergent interests and character. Change
cent of all households have no retire- and will be allowed to direct how their week, even though there has yet to be
ment savings to augment Social a single public hearing on the pro- is bound to happen, even though we remain on a progres-
money is invested. sive arc established at the beginning of the 20th century.
Security payments. But with Oregon about to launch the posal.
Is Congress doing anything about As many as 6.8 million people will In that arc, there has been progress in equality, and also a
first of these programs, House growth of social programs and the cost associated with
this crisis in the making? Yes. Republicans, acting at the behest of be eligible for California’s Secure
Republicans in the House are poised Choice program, which is expected to that.
Wall Street investment banks, are In recent years, our nation
to make it worse. moving to overturn the Labor start next year. Saving money isn’t
easy, and this program won’t change veered to the left under the
California is rolling out an IRA- Department’s authorization.
that. But it would help improve the guidance of President Barack
style savings plan for people whose The investment banks contend that
quality of life in retirement for some Obama. Even he evolved over
employers don’t offer pensions or Secure Choice and similar savings
Californians. time from his previous stance
retirement savings programs. That’s plans will compete unfairly with their against same-sex marriage to
no small number. Barely half of products. That claim seems specious, Justice Louis Brandeis described
being firmly for it. That bend-
California workers have access to as the state-sponsored plans will be states as laboratories of democracy,
ing of the arc further to the left
401(k) accounts or other employer- available only to people whose capable of trying “novel social and
created an inevitable hard right
sponsored retirement plans, accord- employers don’t offer retirement ben- economic experiments without risk to
we are now experiencing. For
ing to a study published last year. The efits. And there isn’t much money to the rest of the country.” Republicans
many, it’s frightening. For
national average is 58 percent. be made selling retirement programs embraced the philosophy for genera-
many, it’s exciting. It is
Planning for the California Secure to small companies and low-wage tions. They shouldn’t forget it now
change for all.
Choice retirement savings plan began workers. that they control Congress and the But it is now part of our col-
in 2012, and it received authorization White House. lective experience and con-
joining onto that pendulum
that is the American experiment. In the 2000 election, the

Letters to the editor U.S. Supreme Court decided that George W. Bush was to be
president after a dispute over the vote count in Florida.
Because of the balance of the Supreme Court at that time
based on appointments of previous presidents and
approval of previous congresses, it could be argued that
My vote on Further, I believe that once these money.  I have to do it — and I didn’t the decision was meant to be — the nation’s balance of
facts are known the public should be just get a 10 percent raise. power was slightly to the right at the time. In the most
accessory dwelling units invited to a study session where this Playing leapfrog-pay-increase recent election, the popular vote was won by Hillary
Editor, analysis would be discussed in detail. with neighbor cities is just not sus- Clinton, while the Electoral College vote was won by
I am writing to clarify my position Who knows, some remediation for tainable; the school district is right Donald Trump — and thus our president is the Republican
on an issue that the City Council these impacts could be discovered to question that. candidate. The movement to change the Electoral College
voted on at its Feb. 6 meeting (“San and implemented. As for this ugly battle: Cutting may get momentum, but it will not be a quick process —
Mateo hesitantly approves in-law hours to spite your students is not a just as the shifting of power is not usually a quick process.
rules” in the Feb. 9 edition of the “good fight.” But the pendulum has taken a hard right, and that can be
Rick Bonilla
Daily Journal). The article accurately jarring. Change, especially this type of change, can be
states that mine was the lone dis- San Mateo hard.
senting vote. What is not clear is the The letter writer is the deputy Henry Riggs It is important to note, however, that the American style
reason for that vote. Let me be clear may or of San Mateo. Menlo Park of democracy, with its checks and balances never allows
that I definitely support the creation too much change too quickly and never allows one particu-
of affordable places for people to lar branch of government to have too much power. Look
live in San Mateo and I believe the South San Francisco school pay San Mateo back, for instance, on the makeup of two of the branches
maximum 640-square-foot unit size Editor, sanctuary city after the 2008 election, in which the Democratic party had
that my colleagues voted in favor of South San Francisco teachers are control of the executive and legislative branch. That
is the best opportunity to build that withholding program hours in their Editor, changed within two years, in part, it could be argued,
affordability under this law. battle for more pay, as explained by To those readers opposed to San because of an overreach when it came to the Patient
The reason for my no vote is, ulti- the article “Educators continue fight Mateo becoming a sanctuary city: An Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into law in
mately, I felt the new state law man- for a pay raise” in the Feb. 14 edi- Arizona woman who was brought to March 2010, that is such a hot topic to this day.
dating no requirement for off-street tion of the Daily Journal. This, all this country at the age of 14 — a New presidents always try to hit the ground running to
because $70,000 per year plus bene- child — was deported to Mexico. She enact their policies. No president did that more than
parking where the proposed unit
has lived in this country for more Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1933. His first act was to
would be within a half mile of any fits is not enough for a year with 20
than 20 years. She has a family. The pass the Emergency Banking Relief Act within eight hours
public transportation facility (a bus weeks off. OK, it’s expensive to live
United States is her home. and call a special session of Congress. After that, it was a
stop or train station) needed further nearby, but teachers bargained to pri-
I hope this never happens in San whirlwind with the beginning of the Civilian
analysis and discussion before vot- oritize a multi-million-dollar retire-
Mateo. Conservation Corps, the Federal Emergency Relief Act and
ing to approve. Since we have many ment and similar health care plans
already heavily parked neighbor- that most of us can’t get close to. other New Deal measures. Obama too was on a quest cen-
hoods in San Mateo, I feel there I suggest teachers reconsider how tered largely in part because of the crumbling economy. In
should be thorough analysis of pos- much of their total pay package they Rena Korb his first two years, he signed the American Recovery and
sible negative impacts this measure put to retirement, and look into San Mateo Reinvestment Act and the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform
could have in our neighborhoods. Kaiser. That’s called managing your and Consumer Protection Act in reaction to the Great
Recession. Granted both Roosevelt and Obama were
responding to severe economic conditions, but it could be
OUR MISSION: argued Trump is doing the same for significant areas of the
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By combining local news and sports coverage, Trump definitely started out with a bang, and some of his
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Stocks slow down after a record-setting run
By Stan Choe include a sale. Its stock, which
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS traded around three-year lows in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 20,639.87 December, jumped $2.89, or 14.7
NEW YORK — The Standard & Low: 20,556.83 percent, to $22.56.
Poor’s 500 index dipped Thursday Close: 20,619.77 Treasury yields pulled back, giv-
to break a seven-day winning Change: +7.91 ing back some of their increase
streak, its longest in three and a from prior days. The 10-year
OTHER INDEXES Treasury yield fell to 2.45 percent
half years, though it remains a
nudge away from its record high. S&P 500: 2347.22 -2.03 from 2.50 percent late Wednesday.
It was part of a pause for stock NYSE Index: 11,504.20 -10.20 The two-year Treasury yield fell to
markets around the world, which Nasdaq: 5814.90 -4.54 1.21 percent from 1.25 percent,
have been on a torrid run thanks to NYSE MKT: 2470.25 +7.22 and the 30-year yield fell to 3.05
an improving economy, stronger Russell 2000: 1399.13 -5.07 percent from 3.08 percent.
corporate earnings and hopes for Wilshire 5000: 24,535.43 -30.10 Yields fell even as more encour-
more business-friendly policies aging reports on the economy
from Washington. The dollar’s 10-Yr Bond: 2.45 -0.05 arrived. Homebuilders broke
value also dipped against rival cur- Oil (per barrel): 53.43 +0.32 ground on slightly more projects
rencies, and Treasury yields fell as Gold : 1,240.40 +7.30 last month than economists
bond prices rose. expected, though activity was
The S&P 500 fell 2.03 points, trade, deregulation and lower-tax earnings for its latest quarter than Medical-waste company down from the prior month. A
or 0.1 percent, to 2,347.22. The comments over the last couple analysts forecast. Stericycle jumped to the biggest measure of manufacturing in the
Dow Jones industrial average weeks,” said Nate Thooft, senior Avon Products, a direct seller of gain in the S&P 500 after its earn- Philadelphia region suggested
rose 7.91 points, less than 0.1 portfolio manager at Manulife cosmetics, also plunged after ings and revenue for the latest that growth is improving, and that
percent, to set another record at Asset Management. “And on top reporting weaker-than-expected quarter topped analysts’ estimates. figure also beat forecasts.
20,619.77. The Nasdaq compos- of that we’ve had a pretty darn results. The company said the The stock rose $5.96, or 7.7 per- The reports followed two big
ite dipped 4.54 points, or 0.1 good earnings season. It just number of sales representatives, cent, to $83.35. ones on Wednesday, which showed
percent, to 5, 814. 90. Four needs a little bit of a breather who are famous for selling its Cisco Systems gained 78 cents, that rising optimism among
stocks fell for every three that today.” products door to door, slipped or 2.4 percent, to $33.60, and shoppers may be translating into
rose on the New York Stock He said he still sees stocks as from a year earlier. The stock data-storage company NetApp increased spending and that infla-
Exchange. better investments than bonds. dropped $1.09, or 18.6 percent, to climbed $1.63, or 4.2 percent, to tion is on the rise. Continued
Analysts said it wasn’t surpris- The day’s largest loss within $4.77. $40.56 after likewise reporting signs of gains in the economy and
ing to see stocks take a break fol- the S&P 500 came from Most companies, though, have larger-than-expected profits. on inflation could push the Federal
lowing their long run higher. TripAdvisor, which fell $5.78, or been reporting stronger results for Handbag maker Kate Spade Reserve to raise interest rates
“The market has reacted quite 11 percent, to $46. 92 after the last three months of 2016 than climbed after the company said it sooner or more quickly than
strongly to the Trump reflation reporting weaker revenue and Wall Street forecast. is considering options that could investors had thought.

Business brief
CNN: Donald Trump attacks
Donald Trump’s contempt for trade
hasn’t hurt the cable news network
NEW YORK — The president of CNN said Thursday that
deals spurs anxiety: What’s next?
neither the network’s journalism or business have been hurt By Paul Wiseman “Uncertainty stops businesses from sion to declare China a champion of
as a result of President Donald Trump’s attacks. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS making decisions. It stops every- free trade, usurping the traditional U.S.
Jeff Zucker, president of CNN Worldwide, spoke Thursday thing.” role as the leading booster of global-
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is For now, stock prices are soaring as ization. China, the world’s leading
at the same time Trump was holding a news conference in
moving quickly to dismantle seven investors focus on Trump’s pledge to exporter, wants to expand its global
Washington that continued his barrage against media cov-
decades of American policy built on cut taxes and business regulations. But influence.
erage of the administration. his break with the past is raising wor- Trump has offered few details of his
trade deals and multinational alliances
Zucker said he was worried enough about Trump’s labeling ries among some. Fitch Ratings, for trade plans, beyond pressuring U.S.
that help fuel the U.S. and global
of CNN as “fake news” through the campaign and after that economies. instance, warns that the uncertainty companies to keep or create jobs in
he ordered a study last month to see if it had damaged the And no one is sure what will replace surrounding Trump’s policies poses America, taking a tougher line in forg-
network’s reputation with viewers. He said it hadn’t, them. global risks — from disrupted trade ing deals and slapping tariffs on
although CNN did not immediately release details of the sur- The void risks intensifying uncer- relations to confrontations that nations that are deemed to exploit the
vey. tainty at home and abroad. Without unnerve investors. United States.
“The CNN brand has been as strong as it has ever been,” knowing whether trade will be disrupt- The president’s hostility toward “There’s not a lot of substance to his
Zucker said. Network executives said CNN had its most ed, business people in the United existing trade deals and suspicion of policies,” says Gordon Hanson, direc-
profitable year in 2016 and was on pace to do even better States and abroad could be forced to long-term allies is also leaving a vac- tor of the University of California San
this year. rethink their plans. uum in global leadership — one that Diego’s Center on Global
The administration has reportedly banned its officials “The big problem comes when there China seems eager to fill. President Xi Transformation. “It consists of two
from appearing on CNN, although there have been sporadic is uncertainty, ” says Marcus Jinping last month became the first things: Jaw-boning corporate America
exceptions. Moufarrige of Servcorp, a company in Chinese head of state to attend an — ‘create more jobs here or else’ —
Sydney, Australia, that sells office annual gathering of business elites in and across-the board trade protection-

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS drew from consideration. If confirmed head of the Justice Department’s Civil
by the Senate, Acosta would be the first Rights Division and as U.S. attorney in
WASHINGTON — Seeking a surer bet Hispanic member of Trump’s Cabinet. Miami. “He did very, very well,” Trump,
to fill out his Cabinet, President Donald Trump and key Republicans high- said in a brief statement to start a White
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name law school dean Alexander Acosta He has won unanimous Senate confir- nated by other challenges facing the
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on season, not on his impending retirment
Friday • Feb. 17, 2017

LeBlanc leads Sequoia HMB rules
Senior scores career-high 33 points in an 85-61 win over the Rams the paint,

beats Mills
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

The Sequoia boys’ basketball team fin-
ished one game behind Peninsula Athletic
League South Division champion Menlo- By Terry Bernal
Atherton during the regular season. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
With the Central Coast Section tourna-
ment seeding meeting Sunday, there is still Half Moon Bay’s post tandem of Ally
one more ring for the Cherokees to try and Longaker and Siobhan Calhoun don’t
grab: the PAL tournament title. appear to be the prototypical twin towers.
“We missed out on (winning a league While Longaker certainly towers over
title),” said Sequoia guard N’Jai LeBlanc Jr. most at 6-feet tall, Calhoun prides herself
“[Winning a PAL tournament title] is the on being in the normal range at 5-8. But the
next biggest thing.” two certainly played like twin towers as the
Hosting Westmoor, the No. 3 seed out of Cougars, the No. 3 seed out of the PAL
the North, in the first round Thursday night, North, travelled to Mills, the No. 2 seed in
both teams came out firing, going up and the South, to take down the Vikings 52-35
down the court in the first half at breakneck Thursday night in the opening round of the
speed that left those in attendance exhausted Peninsula Athletic League girls’ basketball
as the teams traded baskets. tournament.
When the dust finally settled with the The senior post tandem each recorded dou-
halftime horn, Sequoia, the No. 2 seed in the ble-doubles at Half
South, clung to a 48-46 lead. Moon Bay outrebounded
In the second half, however, the Mills 51-30, especially
Cherokees turned the screws defensively, doing a number on the
holding the Rams to just 15 points over the Vikings by dominating
final two quarters as they pulled away for an the offensive boards to
impressive 85-61 win. give HMB a number of
“We had to lock down on defense,” said second and third
LeBlanc, who scored 21 points, including chances.
five 3s, of his game-high and career-high 33 “We definitely had a
in the first half. He finished with seven 3s Ally Longaker good year this year with
for the game. our post game, ”
“We just tried to throw everything at them Longaker said. “We’ve
(defensively) — zones, traps.” worked really hard on it
The Cherokees will now face the North’s this year. That’s kind of
top seed in Half Moon Bay at 7:30 p.m. what we pride ourselves
Friday at Hillsdale. The Cougars beat on is, it’s not a skill, we
Aragon, the No. 4 team in the South, 84-53. don’t think, it’s work-
LeBlanc had seven points in the opening ing hard and trying to
quarter before going off in the second, scor- outwork everyone on the
ing 14 of his team’s 25 points in the frame. court.”
He opened with a pull-up jumper off a steal Siobhan Longaker led the
to give his team a 25-22 lead. His second 3 Calhoun Cougars with 13 points
of the game broke a 27-all tie, his third 3 and added 14 rebounds.
put the Cherokees up 35-32. His fourth, NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL But the monster rebounder was the “nor-
Sequoia’s N’jai LeBlanc Jr. poured in 33 points, including 21 in the first half, to lead the mal” 5-8 Calhoun who racked up 12 points
See BOYS, Page 15 Cherokees to a PAL tournament first-round win over visiting Westmoor. and 22 rebounds, including 13 offensive
boards, five of which led to immediate

Hwang hopes to crack Giants’ roster
points.
“I think she did great tonight,” Longaker
said. “Every rebound she got she didn’t
By Jose M. Romero Korea’s Lotte Giants has and feel their pitches first hand,” Hwang even think twice. She just put it straight
more than 317, 000 said through interpreter Mark Kim before back up and didn’t even hesitate.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
views. Now that Hwang Thursday’s workout. “Up until 2015, I was The reason Longaker and Calhoun work
is at spring training with very expressive, because obviously in so well together is a lifetime of learning
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The language is each other’s moves. The duo started playing
Korean, but a home run call is universal. the San Francisco Giants Korea there’s nothing against batters doing
after agreeing to a minor the bat flip. But when I was interacting with together 10 years ago in Catholic Youth
And after a few replays, the last one on the Organization basketball and have been
YouTube video zooms in on Jae-gyun league contract, the 29- my colleagues that had played in the major
year-old knows preening leagues, they told me about what kind of an sharing the court every since. 
Hwang, standing at home plate with his bat “In practice, a lot of times we’ll scrim-
in the air, admiring the long ball he pulled and bat-flipping is dis- effect it can have in the states with the
couraged by many in pitchers here. So I definitely stopped.” mage against each other,” Calhoun said.
around the left field pole. Jae-gyun “So, we’ll just push each other to be the
He leans to one side, as if to coax the ball Hwang Major League Baseball’s The video is from 2015. Hwang said he
culture. didn’t flip his bat for any of the 27 home best that we can be.”
fair. He flips his bat high in the air and At the outset, it actually looked like
begins his trot around the bases. “What I’m really curious about is facing
the best of the major league pitchers and see Mills might be poised for a runaway per-
The video of the former star of South See GIANTS, Page 16 formance. The Vikings opened with 5
straight points, with senior sharpshooter

Davis eager for second stint with A’s reaching the World Series. The speedy 36-
Aubrie Businger drilling a 3-pointer en
route to scoring a game-high 15 points.
But HMB responded with an 11-2 run,
By Janie McCauley Davis returned fueled by an up-tempo defense that shut
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday to start a sec- year-old AL stolen bases leader received a $6 down the Mills offense. The two teams
ond stint in Oakland and million, one-year contract last month to dueled through most of the first quarter,
MESA, Ariz. — Rajai Davis pulled on his is eager to carry the come back to the A’s for the first time since with the score tied at four different junc-
Athletics cap straight away when he walked momentum from his 2010. tures. But an offensive rebound and put-
into Hohokam Stadium, then grabbed his World Series run with “A lot of familiar faces,” he said. “I think back by Calhoun gave the Cougars a 15-13
sparkling new white cleats specked with Cleveland last fall to I’ve seen ‘em all. If I haven’t, I will.” lead, and sparked a nine-point run as HMB
green and took an admiring glance at the make the A’s a contender Finding a new everyday center fielder and commanded a big lead for the remainder of
shoes before reaching for his green No. 11 again when nobody leadoff hitter was a top priority this offsea- the night.
jersey and putting it on right over his long- Rajai Davis expects it. This club fin- son. The Vikings went on to shoot just 26.5
sleeve shirt with black slacks. ished last in the AL West “Raj is a very infectious personality,” A’s percent in the game, including just 2 of 13
the past two seasons. manager Bob Melvin said. “He’s happy to from 3-point range, while getting
“I got to get this green and gold back on,” Davis bounced around the ballpark saying
Davis said, beaming, “Nice to be back ... in his hellos and still riding the momentum of
the green and gold.” See ATHLETICS, Page 16 See GIRLS, Page 16
12 Friday • Feb. 17, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

THURSDAY Local sports roundup M-A (6-6-1, 19 points, fifth-place) tied the game before
halftime on a penalty kick.
Torres scored the game winner in the 60th minute on a
Girls’ basketball turnovers for the game.
The Cougars will face Sequoia (No. 2 South) in a semifinal breakaway.
Menlo-Atherton 70, Jefferson 27 game at 7:30 p. m. Friday at Hillsdale. Sequoia beat
The Bears, the top seed in the South, had little trouble Westmoor, 85-61. San Mateo 5, Mills 1
with the Grizzlies, the No. 4 seed from The Bearcats can still catch Hillsdale for second place in
the North, in the first round of the PAL Menlo-Atherton 63, El Camino 23 the PAL Ocean Division standings after beating the Vikings
tournament. The Bears, the No. 1 seed from the South, had no problem in the second-to-last game of the season.
M-A jumped out to a 23-10 lead after with the Colts, the fourth seed from the North. San Mateo will travel to Hillsdale today in the season
the first quarter and never looked back. M-A led 19-2 after one period and 38-9 at halftime. The finale. The winner has an excellent chance of earning a CCS
Greer Hoyem scored a game-high 23 Bears will take on Jefferson (No. 2 North) in a semifinal at-large berth.
points to lead the Bears, who also got 14 game at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Hillsdale. Vidhu Raj and Juan Guzman each scored twice for San
points from Carly McLanahan and 12 Jefferson beat Woodside in its quarterfinal game. Mateo (10-3 PAL Ocean), with David Haner rounding out the
from Ofa Sili. scoring. Aarong Baca, Christian Chacon, Grant Rueca,
Greer Hoyem M-A will now face and Oceana (No. 2 College baseball Liam Delaney and Garrison Wendlberger each recorded
North) in the semifinals at 6 p. m. assists for the Bearcats.
Thursday at Hillsdale. San Mateo 10, Gavilan 0
The Bulldogs ran their winning streak to six in a row with
a shutout over the Rams in San Mateo. Half Moon Bay 5, Jefferson 3
Oceana 50, Carlmont 42 The Cougars rallied from a 2-1 second-half deficit to beat
The Sharks, the No. 2 seed in the North, outlasted the CSM (7-1) scored all the runs it would need with a four-run
first inning. The Bulldogs added one more in the second, the Grizzlies in a PAL Ocean matchup.
Scots, the No. 3 seed from the South, in a quarterfinal Gio Hamilton gave Half Moon Bay (2-10-1 PAL Ocean) a
matchup in the PAL tournament. two more in the fourth before tacking on single runs in the
sixth, seventh and eighth innings. 1-0 lead at halftime, but Jefferson (1-12) scored the next
The game was nip-and-tuck the whole way. Oceana led 8-7 two in the second half.
after the first quarter and 19-17 at halftime. After both teams Mark Quimby, Anders Green and Chris Papapietro all had
three hits. Quimby had a double and two triples, Green had But Roni Acosta scored twice and assisted on a third to
scored 15 in the third, the Sharks outscored the Scots 16-10 lead a four-goal, second-half onslaught. Hamilton added his
over the final eight minutes to pull out the victory. double and a triple while Papapietro had a triple and three
RBIs. Green also drove in three. second goal of the game and Saul Villafuerte rounded out the
Oceana will now face top-seeded M-A in the semifinals at scoring.
6 p.m. Thursday at Hillsdale. Dalton Gomez picked up the win, pitching seven innings
of five-hit ball while striking out seven.
Boys’ basketball
Boys’ basketball Chabot 17, Cañada 1 King’s Academy 45, Sacred Heart Prep 34
Half Moon Bay 84, Aragon 53 The Colts (0-9) dropped their ninth straight to start the The Gators limp into the CCS playoffs with their third
The Dons, the No. 4 team in the South, stayed with the season as Chabot scored crooked numbers in four different straight loss to end the regular season.
Cougars, the top seed out of the North, innings and banged out 18 hits. SHP (7-7 WBAL, 11-13 overall) scored only 14 points in
for the first half, trailing just 35-32. Former Carlmont first baseman Alex Pennes paced Cañada the second half after scoring 20 in the first two quarters.
But Aragon was limited to just 21 with two hits, who scored Cañada’s only run in the seventh No Gator scored in double figures, which were led by Kyle
points in the second half as Half Moon inning on an RBI groundout by Danny Ruiz. Chabot desig- Stalder’s eight points. Eric DeBrine and Tevin Panchal
Bay scored 23 in the third and 26 in the nated hitter Matthew Barraza was 4 for 6 with four RBIs and scored seven each.
fourth to win going away. three runs scored, and slugged one of the Gladiators’ three
Ethan Menzies had a monster game for home runs. Girls’ soccer
the Cougars, scoring a game-high 32 Colts starting pitcher Nico Mayoral took the loss, yield-
points to go along with 14 rebounds. Mercy-Burlingame 3, Mercy-SF 0
ing seven runs over 2 2/3 innings. His record falls to 0-2.
Ryan Yerby added 16 for Half Moon Bay, The Crusaders clinched second place in the WBAL Skyline
Ethan Menzies which had 27 assists and just six Division with a shutout over the Skippers.
WEDNESDAY Senior Emily Naughton, along with freshmen Jayden
Pineda and Isabel Bojorquez, each scored once for Mercy-
Wrestling Burlingame (9-2-1, 28 points), which finished four points
Half Moon Bay 59, Burlingame 18 behind division leader Woodside Priory (11-1, 33 points).
The Cougars won their 24th straight PAL dual meet and
EXAMINATIONS captured their fourth straight PAL regular-season title with a College baseball
and dominant performance over the Panthers, winning 10 of the San Mateo 13, Hartnell 6
TREATMENT 14 matches. The Bulldogs won their fifth in a row, downing the
of Half Moon Bay got pins from Ricky Camacho (287), Panthers in Salinas.
Diseases & Disorders Jimmy Claitor (172), Gerardo Penaloza (222), Johnny Hartnell took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first, but
of the Eye Mendez (122), Lucas Woodbridge (197), Tommy Sendino CSM (5-1) erupted for a seven-run third and added five more
(108). in fifth to take a commanding lead.
EYEGLASSES Josh Mutto (134) and Damon George (134) each won their
and RJ Prince had a homer, a double and two RBIs to pace
DR. ANDREW C. SOSS matches by techincal falls. CSM. Angelo Bortolin homered as well for the Bulldogs,
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Aragon 2, Menlo-Atherton 1 Oakland behind starting pitcher Richard Boe’s first win of
The second-place Dons stayed in the chase for the PAL the year. The 6-foot-6 right-hander ddominating through
Bay Division title with a key win over the defending champ eight innings, allowing one unearned run on four hits to
Bears. improve his record to 1-0.
Aragon (9-3-1, 28 points) remains one point behind Tied 1-1 in the fourth, Skyline rallied for three runs, high-
Carlmont (9-2-2, 29 points) with the season finale today. lighted by an RBI single by Joey Pledger. The freshman
The Dons host fourth-place Burlingame at 3 p.m., while the totaled a career-high three hits. Transfer sophomore Kyle
Scots host seventh-place Sequoia. Barrett added two knocks, hitting safely in his seventh
Christian Torres scored both goals for Aragon — one in straight game.
each half. He gave the Dons a 1-0 lead in the 25th minute off Hitting .381, Barrett currently leads the Trojans with 16
a free kick from Nick Demonico. hits on the year.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Friday • Feb. 17, 2017 13

Marquess focused on diamond, not retirement
By Josh Dubow “I’ve put it on the played under Marquess on two College After a 31-23 record last year, Marquess
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS World Series champions and in the has an experienced team capable of making
back burner. There Olympics before a successful career in the it back to the NCAA tournament with seven
STANFORD — Stanford baseball coach will be plenty of majors. “He pushed us to the limit. We had returning position player starters, the
Mark Marquess sat silently as his Bay Area our battles for sure. One of the things he’s entire rotation back and most of the
colleagues took turns at the podium listing
time at the end for known for is getting the most out of his bullpen.
off his accomplishments, praising his char- reflection on it. … players, teaching you how to hone your The Cardinal are ranked in the Top 25 in
acter and talking about the indelible impact I’ve really tried to skills.” all five major preseason polls and picked
Marquess has had on college baseball. He does that any way he can. second in the Pac-12 for the final season
As Marquess prepares for his 41st and Mark Marquess
immerse myself in Cal coach David Esquer, who played and under the coach nicknamed “9” for his uni-
final season as head coach for the Cardinal the season.” coached under Marquess, told one story that form number.
before heading into retirement, he seems to epitomized his former coach’s career. Back “We’ve kind of embraced it,” reliever
“He’s had as big an impact on college in 1987 after a lackluster series, Marquess Colton Hock said. “One thing you’d say
be the only one who wants to keep the focus baseball as coach (Mike) Krzyzewski has
solely on the diamond. took out some cones and had his players run over his 41 years is his endurance as coach
had on college basketball,” San Francisco suicide-style drills on a nearby field. and sticking to the same things, his ethic
“I’ve put it on the back burner,” Marquess coach Nino Giarratano said. “It’s just that
said this week, just days before Stanford He then told his players all he asked is and his moral code. It comes down on us.
college baseball doesn’t get the notoriety they play as hard as they ran those cones. A We’re excited to go out there, embrace 9’s
opens the season Friday with a series at Cal- that college basketball gets. This has been
State Fullerton. “There will be plenty of few months later, Stanford won its first last year and be a special part of it.”
a man that has taught us all how to build a College World Series. For Marquess, deciding whether the sea-
time at the end for reflection on it. program at a private university and do it
Sometimes you can’t avoid it, like today, “At the end of the year, we mounted a cone son is special won’t be determined by how
well. This was just a piece of land when he and signed it and we had a plaque on there many games the Cardinal win or if they
which was very nice. But I’ve really tried to took it over. He built it.”
immerse myself in the season.” that said, ‘All I ask is you play the game the make it to Omaha for the College World
No detail was too small in the process. He same way that you ran these cones.’ That’s Series or if his players get drafted.
The praise for Marquess is well-deserved. focuses on everything from how players
His 1,585 career wins rank third all-time, he the example,” Esquer said. “The message He has always had a much simpler metric,
wear their uniforms to the way they get on isn’t always delivered how you want when which is did he get the most out of his team.
has won two titles in his 14 career trips to and off the field.
the College World Series, led the U.S. to the you’re young. But you need discipline and More often than not, he did just that.
The players are responsible for grounds direction.” “For everyone else, it’s all about how
1988 Olympic gold medal and sent 60 for- keeping at Sunken Diamond and no job is
mer players to the majors. Marquess, who turns 70 next month, many guys are in the big leagues,” Marquess
beneath Marquess, who has been known to announced last spring that this would be his said. “But there are a lot of life lessons you
He has done it all while maintaining his clean bathrooms, empty trash cans or do
commitment to academics and a strong work final year as coach after spending 50 years learn from playing athletics and our student-
whatever is needed for the program. on The Farm at Stanford as a player, assis- athletes learn that. I’m very proud of that.
ethic that he has passed on to his hundreds “He was intense,” said Ed Sprague, who
of players. tant and head coach. That’s the key.”

tyman Brock Holt along with Josh Rutledge,
Baseball briefs Although he wouldn’t
specify how much weight Matt Dominguez and Mike Olt.
what is this?” asked Bryant, laughing.
The reveal came when the pitcher asked
he lost, Sandoval was “He’s driven,” Farrell said. “He’s highly Bryant to sign the bat “to Greg Maddux.”
Slimmed Sandoval hopes noticeably slimmer when motivated and he hasn’t lost his skills, so at Last year Bryant pranked a community col-
to regain Boston 3B job he arrived Thursday than least the ingredients are there to be a produc- lege team by convincing them he was a trans-
he was at this time last tive player again.” fer.
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Boston Red Sox
season. He credits a joint
third baseman Pablo Sandoval hopes his son Maddux dons beard for prank,
can remember him playing professional base-
workout program between Kushner family puts brakes
ball.
his personal trainers and fools Cubs’ Bryant with curve on talks to buy Miami Marlins
“I want to be able to play eight more years Pablo Sandoval the team that began daily LAS VEGAS — Greg Maddux fooled plenty
at 5:30 a.m. He took up MIAMI — The Kushner family, which has
on the field so I can show my son and he can of hitters during his career — but maybe never
boxing to help strengthen his shoulders, and close ties to the White House, has put the
see his dad play when he is grown up,” in a disguise.
he tried to eat better. brakes on its negotiations to buy the Miami
Sandoval said. In a video posted
“Everything. Everything. I have to prove Marlins because of a report team owner Jeffrey
A two-time All-Star with San Francisco Thursday , the Hall of
everything,” Sandoval said. “Especially when Loria may be nominated by President Trump
before joining the Red Sox ahead of the 2015 Fame pitcher donned a
you come in from an off year, after the to become ambassador to France.
season, Sandoval shed weight and pledged to fake beard and posed as a
injuries, I have to prove a lot of things to the Joshua Kushner, whose older brother is an
“start his baseball career over again.” sound guy throwing his
fans, to the team, to you teammates.” adviser to the president, has a preliminary
Since signing a $95 million, five-year con- trademark curveball dur-
His teammates noticed a change in more agreement to buy the Marlins. But in a state-
tract with Boston, he hit .242 with 10 homers ing a round of batting
than just his waistline. Red Sox designated ment released late Wednesday by Kushner’s
and 47 RBIs in 129 games. practice with unsuspect-
hitter Hanley Ramirez said Sandoval appears brother-in- law, Joseph Meyer, the family
Sandoval had back and shoulder problems ing Chicago Cubs star
more focused. expressed concern the deal might “compli-
and some expressed concern over his condi-
tioning and weight — he was generously list-
“We just had to build his confidence back Greg Maddux Kris Bryant. cate” the ambassadorship appointment.
and let him know that we’ve got his back,” The prank’s premise:
ed at 255 pounds last season. Maddux patiently held a boom mic and offered The New York Post reported Wednesday that
Ramirez said. “We need him to win.” Loria, a New York art dealer, is likely to be the
“There’s a lot more sense of redemption on occasional swing critiques during a video
Farrell has said the third base job is next French ambassador. The report named
his part where he’s looking to make up from shoot while Bryant took cuts against another
Sandoval’s to lose. Travis Shaw, Boston’s pri- him as one of four people selected by White
the previous two years,” Red Sox manager pitcher who left, allowing Maddux to step in.
mary third baseman last season, was traded to House chief of staff Reince Priebus for top
John Farrell said. “This sound guy’s got a good curveball —
Milwaukee. Sandoval will compete with utili- diplomatic posts.

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Romo happy to finally be in Dodger blue
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing over to and its configuration, we saw eled across the border, a trip of
FRIDAY
WHAT’S ON TAP
Boys’ soccer
Capuchino at Mills, San Mateo at Hillsdale, Jeffer-
what is consid- someone who was elite and some- nearly 30 miles from Brawley to son at El Camino, Burlingame at Aragon, 3 p.m.;
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Sergio ered in the Bay one who was attracted to us.” Mexicali, to play in the adult Serra at Bellarmine, 3:15 p.m.; Sacred Heart prep at
Crystal Springs, 3:30 p.m.; South City at Westmoor,
Romo looked over his shoulder Area the dark Romo’s experience under pres- leagues. 3;45 p.m.; Half Moon Bay at Terra Nova, Sequoia at
again and again as if he just want- side. I was a sure on baseball’s biggest stage is “For me, it’s super special,” said Carlmont, Woodside at Menlo-Atherton, 4 p.m.
ed to make sure that the No. 54 rival for so enough for Dodgers manager Dave Romo. “For my dad, I’m really
Dodgers jersey was still there. many years. I Roberts to consider him for more happy that I can give him this Girls’ basketball
PAL tournament semifinals at Hillsdale, South City
It was, representing a confirma- think it’s kind than just eighth-inning work. experience. For me, it means a lot vs. Half Moon Bay 3 p.m.; Menlo-Atherton vs.
tion of something Romo had come of cool. Kind of “Last year, our bullpen was one to put on a jersey that says Oceana, 6 p.m.
to believe would never happen. He silly, too.” of the best in baseball, if not the Mexico and to represent him and Menlo School at Notre Dame-Belmont, Pinewood
grew up a Dodgers fan in the farm- Sergio Romo For the best, and a lot of that lent itself to what he stands for. Born in the at Priory, Sacred Heart Prep at Eastside College Prep,
Crystal Springs at Harker, 6:30 p.m.
ing community of Brawley, Dodgers, also being unselfish,” Roberts said. states with Mexican parts. That’s
California. But that was before the kind of necessary. “There will be a lot of times when the best way I can describe Boys’ basketball
Giants drafted him in 2005 and In Romo, the Dodgers have Sergio pitches the eighth, and myself.” PAL tournament semifinals at Hillsdale, Menlo-
acquired critical bullpen help. A NOTES: Pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu Atherton vs. Jefferson 4:30 p.m.; Half Moon Bay vs.
before the pitcher helped them win times when he doesn’t.” Sequoia, 7:30 p.m.
three World Series. former closer, he is expected to A strain to the flexor tendons in worked a bullpen session Serra at Valley Christian, Sacred Heart Prep at King’s
“Honestly, kind of sheer irony work as the setup man for Dodgers his throwing hand limited Romo Thursday. Roberts said Ryu’s Academy, Menlo School at Crystal Springs, 6:30 p.m.
isn’t it?” Romo said Thursday, the closer Kenley Jansen. last season. He made 40 appear- pitches were clocked at between
“He obviously has a lot of 84 and 86 mph in an earlier ses- Wrestling
day after signing a one-year, $3 ances instead of the 70 he made in
PAL girls’ championships at Menlo-Atherton, 3 p.m.
million contract that includes October experience, a lot of expe- 2015, finishing 2016 with a 2.64 sion. .Justin Turner, Corey Seager
$250,000 in performance bonus- rience pitching late in games and ERA. That was good enough to and Joc Pederson were among SATURDAY
es. “I mean growing up a Dodgers pennant races, ” said Dodgers earn him a spot on the Mexican fielders who reported early Girls’ basketball
fan, then having to let my parents President of Baseball Operations team for this spring’s World Thursday. Too early, said Roberts, PAL championship game
and grandfather know that the Andrew Friedman, who thinks the Baseball Classic. who urged them to wait until next At Hillsdale, 6 p.m.
Giants drafted me. Then, I’m a right-handed Romo will be effec- His grandfather played for the week. The first full-squad workout
tive against right-handed batters is scheduled for Tuesday. Roberts Boys’ basketball
Giant. Diablos in Mexico City. As a kid, PAL championship game
“Go figure, but here I am, com- “When we looked at our bullpen he and his dad, Frank, often trav- said camp is already too long.
At Hillsdale, 7:45 p.m.

“N’jai can’t carry the team by the Cherokees responded with a Johansson’s second 3 of the quar-

BOYS
Continued from page 11
himself,” Coach Lauese said.
“There were other guys who made
key 3s.”
12-3 run to close the quarter and
lead 70-54 going into the fourth.
“Defensively, in the second half,
ter for an 18-17 advantage.
Ziggy Lauese converted a three-
point play and following a pair of
Wrestling
PAL championships
At Menlo-Atherton, 9 a.m.

Sequoia had to do something dif- our rotation was a lot better,” free throws from Orr, Bene hit a 3
ferent over the final two quarters Lauese said. to put the Cherokees up 23-20 after
TRANSACTIONS
with 3:17 to play in the half, gave because in the first half, Westmoor While Sequoia ended up turning a one quarter. BASEBALL
Sequoia a 38-35 advantage. His was matching Sequoia bucket for close game into a relatively easy In the second quarter, the teams American League
fifth trey of the half tied the game KANSAS CITY ROYALS — Agreed to terms with P
bucket. The Rams shot 58 percent victory, there were plenty of ques- simply traded baskets as they com- Scott Alexander, Brian Flynn, Jake Junis, Kevin Mc-
at 46. from the floor in the first two quar- tions about which team would bined for 51 points and shot 19 for Carthy and Kyle Zimmer; INFs Cheslor Cuthbert,
“He’s been doing this all year Hunter Dozier, Whit Merrifield and Ramon Torres
ters, converting 15 of 26 shots. come out on top following an epic 34 from the floor, 10 of which and OFs Billy Burns,Terrance Gore and Bubba Star-
long,” Lauese said. “Any shot he “Our rotation was off (in the first first half, one that saw the teams were 3-pointers. ling on one-year contracts.
puts up is a good shot.” half),” said Sequoia coach Fine combine for 94 points, connect- LeBlanc wasn’t only one hot in NEW YORK YANKEES —Agreed to terms with 1B
Chris Carter on a one-year contract.
LeBlanc said he got into a good Lauese. “We needed to settle down ing on 17 3-pointers in the the second as Westmoor’s Lukas TEXAS RANGERS — Agreed to terms with 1B-DH
rhythm during pre-game shoot on defense.” process. Nodar drained 3s on three consecu- Mike Napoli on a one-year contract.
around and he carried that into the tive possessions late in the quar- TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Agreed to terms with
In the second half, the Rams Westmoor held the early advan- RHP Mat Latos on a minor league contract. Assigned
game. were getting a lot of the same tage, opening with the first four ter. LHP Chad Girodo outright to Buffalo (IL).
“N’jai was kicking our ass,” said looks, but they just didn’t fall as points, but a pair of free throws When Marquez Costiniano NBA
MIAMI HEAT — Named Shane Battier director of
Westmoor coach Herb Yaptinchay. they shot just 4 for 27 in the third and a fastbreak lay-up from Nathan knocked down a 3 with 1:04 left in basketball development and analytics.
“He had a monster game.” and fourth quarters combined and Schult tied the game at 4 for the half, it gave the Rams a 46-43 NFL
But LeBlanc was hardly a one- were limited to just 15 points. Sequoia. Westmoor’s Sean Orr lead. BUFFALO BILLS — Agreed to terms with LB Ramon
Humber.
man show, as he was just one of “They made some early shots and buried back-to-back 3s to give the Little did they know it would be CLEVELAND BROWNS — Re-signed LS Charley
four Sequoia players to score in we missed some looks,” said Rams a 10-7 lead and they led 15- their last lead of the game. LeBlanc Hughlett.
MIAMI DOLPHINS — Released OT Branden Albert,
double figures. Guard Pedram Attari Westmoor coach Herb Yaptinchay. 12 on a Johansson 3. drained his fifth 3 of the half and DE Mario Williams, DT Earl Mitchell and CB Ifo Ekpre-
scored 11 of his 14 points in the “The biggest thing for them, they Johansson would go on to con- Bene scored on a fastbreak lay-up Olomu.
second half, center Ziggy Lauese packed it in a little more (defen- nect on his first four 3 attempts of with 10 seconds left to give the NHL
NHL — Suspended Anaheim Ducks F Antoine Ver-
finished with 13 points and game- sively).” the game as he finished with a Cherokees the 48-46 lead at half- mette for 10 games, without pay, for violating Rule
high nine rebounds, while wing Up 48-46 at the start of the third, team-high 16 points. time. 40.3 during a game in Minnesota on Tuesday, Feb.
14.
Zach Bene added 12, including a Sequoia opened the second half But a pull-up jumper from “We’ve been in a few of these CALGARY FLAMES — Signed D Matt Bartkowski
fast-break dunk to punctuate the with a 10-3 run to open up a 58-49 LeBlanc, followed by a 3 from games, these shootouts,” Coach to a two-year contract through the end of the 2017-
game with just over three minutes lead. Following a short jumper Bene put Sequoia up 17-15, but Lauese said. “[That kind of experi- 18 season.
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS — Recalled Fs Tanner
left in the game. from Westmoor’s Alex Johansson, Westmoor answered with ence] helps.” Kero and Nick Schmaltz from Rockford (AHL).

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GIRLS
traps and being aggressive.” players averaging in double-digit scoring “We’re looking forward to going past
With each team committing 14 turnovers, this season, according to Veloso. quarterfinals this year,” Stonebarger said.
the Vikings took care of the ball relatively Veloso, however, said he would like to see “We’re trying to get to that championship
well. They just could not penetrate on a little more killer instinct out of his shoot- like everyone else. We’re putting the hard
Continued from page 11
HMB’s strong interior defense. ers. work in and trying to get there.”
guard Kaela Stonebarger, who finished with “I think overall the whole game was “They are unselfish, but sometimes For the Cougars, they hope to continue
seven points, recorded the only other 3 for rebounding,” Stonebarger said. “The fact they’re too unselfish where they pass up a riding the hot hand into Friday’s PAL semi-
the Vikings on the night. that we didn’t have the heart to go after and shot they should (take) to give it up to final matchup against South City at 3 p.m.
“I guess it was just that type of night get it. We needed to just focus on that a lit- another kid,” Veloso said. at Hillsdale High School. South City, en
where our shots weren’t going in, ” tle more.” With the elimination loss, Mills will route to winning the PAL North Division
Stonebarger said. “We were just missing.” HMB controlled the tempo of the game, look forward to the Central Coast Section title, defeated HMB in both match-ups this
The pressure defense of HMB is a hybrid impressing with a sharp passing tempo playoffs, opening next Tuesday at a time season.
zone installed by head coach Antonio while outscoring Mills 20-13 in the open- and place to be determined. Last year, as the “That’s the problem with the way we play
Veloso, who used to run the same defense ing quarter. At the outset of the second quar- No. 7 seed in the Division III bracket, the … we have these highs where you sit back
when he coached at Division II University ter, the Cougars were getting too fine with Vikings advanced to the quarterfinals for the and say, ‘This is something special, ’”
of Great Falls, Montana. their multiple-passing looks in the half- ninth time in the past 11 years. The Vikings Veloso said. “And then you have these lows.
“We just call it a fast and furious,” Veloso court set. The upside to the Cougars’ distri- last advanced past the quarterfinals in 2005, … You’ve got to tame it a little bit. I think
said. “We just try to get this idea in their bution is they are, at their core, a group of when they lost in the Division III champi- we had more highs than lows in this one,
head of pushing the ball and trying to get unselfish players, as evidenced by four onship game to St. Ignatius. obviously.”

GIANTS
leaguers in Conor Gillaspie, Jimmy played in winning three recent World Series said. But Hwang seems accepting of the idea
Rollins, Gordon Beckham and Kelby titles. Former Giant Ryan Sadowski, now a of starting the season in the minors.
Tomlinson who can play various infield scout who helps players transition to base-
positions. ball between Korea and the U. S. , also “It’s pretty impressive the numbers he’s
Continued from page 11 put up there in Korea,” Giants manager
“I’ve been basically practicing for every offered his input on the Giants organiza-
other position there is,” Hwang said. tion. Bruce Bochy said. “There’s a number of
runs he hit last season. The Giants will also get a long look at Sadowski and Hwang were Lotte Giants players that have come over here and done
“He initially wasn’t sure it was going to Hwang’s swing. He’s a six-time KBO All- teammates. well. You see with your eyes, he’s a got a
be possible,” Hwang’s agent, Han Lee, said Star who won the league’s home run derby in “I had a keen interest in getting to know great swing and a swing that will work.”
of when he told Hwang he had to stop the 2015, then followed that season up with a the players before I got here,” Hwang said.
gesture. “Then he tried it and it wasn’t a big .335 batting average and 113 RBIs in 127 “Ever since I was little, it was my dream to NOTES: RHP Johnny Cueto has yet to
deal.” games in 2016. He’s the first Korean-born be able to play in the major leagues. When report to spring training as he deals with a
Hwang, who would get a $1.5 million, player in Lotte Giants history to post a 20- the opportunity came, I had to seize it.” family matter in the Dominican Republic.
one-year contract if added to the 40-man 20 season that included 25 stolen bases, and Hwang has been in the U.S. since last ... Pitcher Javier Lopez, who retired just
roster, will get a look mainly at third base he cut down on his strikeouts from 122 to month, working out with his former team, before spring training, is in camp helping
but also has an outfielder’s and first base- 66 from 2015 to 2016. Lotte, which is training at the Seattle as a guest instructor. “He’s so well-respect-
man’s glove. The Giants have Eduardo Hwang said the San Francisco Giants are Mariners’ spring training facility in nearby ed and appreciated by his teammates, and
Nunez set for third base, so Hwang’s big well known in Korea. He chose to sign with Peoria. they’re glad to see him,” Bochy said. “This
league role figures to be as a utility player. them because they showed so much interest, If Hwang doesn’t make the Giants out of will be good for Javy, too. It’s never easy
The Giants also have experienced major- and he liked the teamwork the Giants dis- camp, he can opt out of his contact, Lee that first year you decide to step away.”

signed an $11 million, two-year deal in in 1998 and Eddie Collins in 1923 and ‘24. still big for Davis, who is as confident as

ATHLETICS
Continued from page 11
December.
The 32-year-old journeyman batted .242
with 13 home runs and 42 RBIs last year for
The Indians were a surprise World Series
team, and Davis believes the A’s can point
to that example — and he certainly plans to
ever after Cleveland gave him a chance that
he so cherished.
Now, he can’t wait to get to work with
Pittsburgh. A regular pinch hitter, he started mention that along the way. Henderson again on base stealing, noting
30 games in right field and is slated to be in “New season, new team, new hopes, high that during his previous stint with the A’s,
be here, he’s got a smile on his face, he’s the lineup against right-handed starters. hopes for something big, ” Davis said.
been here before coming back to an organi- “Rickey told me to go, I went.”
It was Joyce who helped influence the hit- “When you get a little taste of the World
zation. He’s one of those guys that just kind ting routine used by A’s catcher Stephen Series, you want that taste again. You want And to play alongside slugger Khris
of puts you in a good mood.” Vogt to this day after their time together to enjoy that moment again. I think that Davis, Oakland’s left fielder.
Matt Joyce, expected to platoon in right with the Rays in 2012. attitude does spread, especially with what “How about that? That’s like my brother
field with Mark Canha, also arrived in camp “He’s going to bring a lot to this club- your team did to get there. A lot of that was from another mother,” Rajai Davis said.
to join his new team. And he was ready for house,” Vogt said. just playing as a team. You might not have a “We’ve got new Bash Brothers, the Davis
some sunshine after leaving the snow in Davis already has. He batted .249 with 12 lot of big names on that team but the team Brothers.”
Connecticut and flying cross-country with homers and 48 RBIs in 134 games during played together. That’s why we were able to
wife Brittany, 1-month-old daughter, his lone season with the Indians, his sixth win. I’m just thankful that I had the oppor- Joked Melvin, “I’m OK with him hitting a
Kensington, and three dogs. Black lab, Eli, major league team. He had 23 doubles and tunity, somebody seeing that this guy can single in there now and then, too, so he can
and golden retriever, Sky, were beneath the two triples. actually help us win and actually put me out turn it into a triple on his own.”
plane while white Maltese, Ru, rode in the “I expect to win,” he said. there.” No tes : A.J. Puk, a 6-foot-7 lefty chosen
main cabin. With 43 stolen bases, Davis became the That memorable eighth-inning home run sixth overall by the A’s in last year’s draft,
“I’m looking forward to the challenge of fourth-oldest player to lead the league in he hit to tie it in Game 7 of the Indians’ threw his first bullpen session — some-
being part of a turnaround,” said Joyce, who steals after Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson eventual 8-7, 10-inning loss to the Cubs is thing Melvin looked forward to watching.
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PARK
San Carlos, said he attended several of the “Crestview Drive forms a barrier of hous- “As people get older, they’re going to
meetings held to gather input. es between these two wildlife habitat areas want the access to be easier for them,” he
“The discussion clearly showed a strong so this is really the only place where said. “If you’re not agile, myself included, it
public preference to leave North Crestview wildlife can get through,” she said. can be difficult. If we can find a way to make
Continued from page 1
Park untouched or at least minimally devel- Bonnie McClure said she has lived in San it more accessible to people with disabili-
oped,” he said, according to a video of the Carlos for 60 years, and hopes to be able to ties, that would be important.”
plan, with Councilman Mark Olbert voting meeting. visit the park for many more. Collins cautioned the council and public
against it. The action followed a yearlong Lantman said he didn’t think active- or “The thing I’d like to point out is the that by moving away from more active
process collecting input from residents on mixed-use alternatives would be acceptable trails in the passive-use plan are designed plans, the city would still need to face a need
what they would like to see for the 4.3-acre compromises for the need for more fields for people that are in wheelchairs,” she for playing fields.
plot of land across from Vista Park, bordered expressed by some residents, as he thought said. “I’m only using a walking stick now, “I hope people are mindful of the fact that
in the east by Crestview Drive. Two commu- that need could be better served by other but I know someday, I’m going to need a by doing very little to this park … that need
nity meetings held in 2016 garnered areas. wheelchair. I do like the dog memorial. I is still there,” he said.
requests that the city enhance existing Paul Payton lives just down the street think it gives a destination for people to For Vice Mayor Matt Grocott, approving
trails, provide a World War II dog training from the park on Azalea Lane, and said get to.” a passive-use plan helped memorialize an
memorial, create seating to enjoy the though he would support making existing Given the number of voices supporting open space some residents and councilmem-
views, minimize development and grading paths more accessible, he thought the funds little to no development of the park, bers did not know about previously.
in the area and explore more active uses, needed to make improvements would be bet- Councilman Mark Olbert said he would “We’re taking a little bit of action for a
such as fields or courts, at the site, accord- ter saved for other uses. The costs of modi- oppose approving any plan for the park. passive park so it will be remembered as a
ing to a staff report. fying the park to accommodate these uses “I actually believe that this entire process park,” he said. “That’s important to do.”
The city contracted with a consultant to range from an estimated $350, 000 to that we went through was a mistake, and it In other business, the City Council dis-
create four possible concept plans involv- $450,000 for a passive-use plan to up to $2 was not a good use of money,” he said. cussed the city’s current tree regulations
ing varying levels of infrastructure for million for an active-use plan including a Olbert said he wasn’t convinced there with regard to protecting certain tree
active, mixed and passive uses. Though dis- playing field and restroom, according to the was enough public demand for a park plan, species and defining responsibility of trees
cussions of park details are slated for a same report. and wondered if the $60,000 he estimated growing in both public and private spaces,
future meeting, the council reviewed a staff
“I really don’t want to see nature disrupted was spent on hiring a consultant, doing such as a sidewalk. Greater clarity on the
recommendation to adopt a passive-use
and I’d like to see as little work done as pos- community outreach and staff time could definition of a heritage tree, which are cur-
concept for the park, which may include
sible toward disrupting nature,” he said. have been better spent on a more critical rently protected by the city’s regulations,
accessible walking paths, a World War II
Alice Kaufman with the Committee for need. best practices for protecting native trees
service dog memorial and benches, accord-
ing to the same report. Green Foothills urged the council to consid- Councilman Ron Collins said that though species and limiting non-native species and
Several residents spoke out strongly er a plan involving minimal development he initially supported leaving the park looking at the impact a tree has on public
against intensive development on the site. to protect wildlife, noting the plot forms a alone, a walk at the park earlier this month thoroughfares as opposed to its species
Dr. Chris Lantman, a 15-year resident of corridor that wildlife might use to travel caused him to support a passive-use plan were among the considerations discussed at
between two nearby open spaces. that would make the park more accessible. Monday’s meeting.

MEMORIAL
well as filmmaker Dianne Fukami, who A small plaque is currently posted outside ly planned, Okamoto said he expected the
made a documentary about the assembly The Shops at Tanforan memorializing the memorial should be completed in about two
center established at Tanforan. internment camp, but Okamoto said the years. Memorial coordinators had planned
larger effort will pay a greater tribute and to begin construction this year, but the
Continued from page 1 Roughly 7,800 people were held tem-
bring more recognition to the memory of project was delayed due to a proposed reno-
porarily in an assembly center at the site of
the camp. vation at The Shops at Tanforan, said
“9066 was a discriminatory order because the former Tanforan horse racing facility
RHAA Architecture has offered to build the Okamoto.
it excluded only one ethnic group,” said before being sent to larger internment
Okamoto. “The talk nowadays about just camps throughout the nation. Present at the pieces honoring the site’s history, and Looking ahead to the event, Okamoto
looking at Muslims as a domestic group and event will be about 50 people who were Okamoto along with others have been rally- said he is hopeful to honor the legacy of
excluding them from the U.S., there are def- once held at the staging area in San Bruno. ing for more than one year to raise the those held captive locally and keep in the
inite similarities.” money for the project. collective consciousness the indignity of a
Many who could not fit in the hastily
Okamoto said some of the local officials The National Park Service last year gave government turning on its people.
built barracks at the race track were kept in
and entertainers who were invited to the the horse stables and a portion of the art $363,000 in grant money to the construc- “Why are we building this memorial? One
event this weekend will also put Trump’s installation will be designed to memorial- tion of the project, plus an additional reason is to honor the nearly 8,000 people
travel ban in the historic context of ize the stable doors. A sculpture crafted in $250, 000 from San Mateo County. whose civil, human and constitutional
Roosevelt’s decision. the image of a famous picture by photogra- Okamoto said he believes about $950,000 rights were taken away,” he said. “But also
Representatives from the office of U.S. pher Dorothea Lange of two young girls still needs to be raised to cover the cost of to show as a reminder to everyone else what
Rep Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo, and state held at the camp will be the centerpiece of construction. happened in 1942 should never happen
Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, will attend, as the memorial. Should the project move ahead as current- again.”
‘Great Wall’ just a monster movie
By Jake Coyle guage feature shot entirely in may have just as much reason “The Great Wall” would seem
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS China, it’s the biggest-budget to flee as those being hounded to at least promise to be an
attempt yet to straddle both in the film by the Taotie. intriguing artifact, a movie
“Tell the world what you sides of the Pacific, plucking a Those are the four-legged, that would, even in failure,
have seen,” a character movie star (Matt Damon) man-eating creatures of illustrate something interest-
exclaims in “The Great Wall,” from the West for a production ancient Chinese folklore that ing about the culture clash it’s
“and what is coming!” in the East. In a movie indus- are here attacking the Great predicated on. But it turns out
The warning is about the try where the two biggest mar- Wall and the armies that to be little more than a mon-
mythical mass of marauding kets are North America and defend it, as the Taotie are said ster movie (and a poor one at
monsters that are sweeping China, it’s Hollywood’s ver- to do every 60 years. They’re that) that says more about cor-
down northern China but it sion of having your cake and the Halley’s Comet of porate-driven global
could just as easily be for the eating it, too. demons. moviemaking than anything
kind of Hollywood-China col- But if “The Great Wall” is a With acclaimed Chinese about either culture. It, after
laboration that is “The Great forerunner to the cross-cultur- filmmaker Zhang Yimou
Wall.” The first English lan- al blockbustering to come, we directing and Damon starring, See WALL, Page 22
THE DAILY JOURNAL WEEKEND JOURNAL Friday • Feb. 17, 2017 19
MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM
By Susan Cohn Camp Fremont, a massive military train-
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT ing center. The opening of the camp was
accompanied by a warm reception from
“UP CLOSE: PAINTINGS BY GOR- locals, who hoped for business opportuni-
DEN SMEDT, ” AT THE PENINSULA ties. Sympathizing with the war effort,
MUSEUM OF ART IN BURLINGAME. residents threatened conscientious objec-
Artist Gordon Smedt paints everyday tors within the community. Meanwhile
objects in a way that transforms the ordi- they worried about vice that often fol-
nary — swim goggles, keyboards, mail- lowed troops in training. Because the
boxes — into a Technicolor Wonderland. Armistice came earlier than expected,
First Smedt arranges, paints and composes most of the soldiers never saw action on
the objects on a small scale, then enlarges the Western Front. However, many of the
them on canvas for greater impact. Smedt troops did serve in Russia after the “Great
said: “The majority of my subjects are War” when America sided against the
inanimate objects yet I’ve never consid- Bolsheviks. Author Barbara Wilcox, who
ered myself a ‘still-life’ painter. Rather recently published World War I Army
I’m a figurative painter who doesn’t neces- Training by San Francisco Bay: The Story
sarily paint humans. I want my paintings of Camp Fremont, will discuss the history
to arouse happiness, memories and posi- of this Army presence on the Peninsula at
tive emotions. If someone looks at one of 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the San
my paintings and smiles, I’ve achieved Mateo County History Museum. Wilcox, a
my goal. ” Smedt, a native of the San longtime journalist and writer in news,
Francisco Bay Area, studied art at San Jose public affairs and American culture, lives
State University before continuing his in Menlo Park at the site of Camp
education at Art Center College of Design Fremont’s school for bakers and cooks.
in Pasadena, where he was twice awarded Her presentation is part of the History
merit scholarships and earned an honors Museum’s Courthouse Docket Program, a
BFA. monthly series of lectures sponsored by
Peninsula Museum of Art is a nonprofit the Cypress Lawn Heritage Foundation.
Northern California visual arts destina- The History Museum is located within San
tion. The museum store carries artwork Mateo County’s 107-year-old courthouse
from local artists, offering a selection of at 2200 Broadway in Redwood City. For
jewelry, cards, ceramics, glassware, more information go to www. histo-
mosaics, oil paintings and scarves. 1777 rysmc.org or call 299-0104.
California Drive in Burlingame. 11 a.m. to ***
5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. For THE S OCIETY OF WES TERN
more information call 692-2101 or visit ARTISTS ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF
peninsulamuseum.org. Admission is free. MARCH SHOW. The current Society of
“Up Close: Paintings by Gordon Smedt” is Western Artist Show, judged Edna Acri,
on view at the Peninsula Museum of Art Yvonne Newhouse, and Helen Scheel, runs
from Feb. 19 through April 30. A public until March 21. The first place award went
reception is scheduled 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. to Sharon Slusarz Harris for her watercolor
Sunday, Feb. 19. “Come on Board”, second place went to
*** Laurie Rodriguez for her oil “Sunny
THE ARMY ON THE PENINSULA: Welcome, Italy”, third place went to
AUTHOR B ARB ARA WILCOX Barbara Todd for her watercolor “Purple
S PEAKS AB OUT MENLO PARK’ S Orchid,” and first place in non-representa- Aqua Queen by Gordon Smedt is among the works on display at the Peninsula Museum of
tional art went to Leona Moriarty for her Art from Feb. 19 through April 30.
CAMP FREMONT, AT THE S AN
MATEO COUNTY HISTORY MUSE- Mixed Media “Gone Shopping. ” Other Jim Stinger and Decker Walker. The Puccini at 737-6084.
UM ON FEB. 2 5 . One-hundred years participants in this exhibit are Barbara Society of Western Artists Gallery is open
ago, as World War I raged in Europe, the Alger, Joe Crosetti, Catherine Streets from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through
WANT TO SHARE MUSEUM AND ART
United States Army leased a large tract of Delfs, Carrie Drilling, Diana Day Glynn, Saturday. 527 San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. GALLERY NEWS? Write to susan@smdai-
land from Stanford University to establish Anne Oseberg, Olga Parr, Jesus Sepulveda, For further information contact Judith lyjournal.com or www.twitter.com/susanci-
tyscene.
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This sweet potato,
carrot dish shines
with vinaigrette
By Melissa d’Arabian ries perfectly with roasted chicken, grilled
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fish or alongside spicy lentils or just a
hearty salad if you are eating vegetarian.
Starchy sides are a mainstay of the clas- The sweet potatoes are jam-packed with
sic American dinner. It’s easy to get com- a variety of vitamins and minerals, most
placent and rely on a trusty, if unimagina- notably vitamin C and K and potassium.
tive, rotation of mealtime regulars: rice, The carrots are lower calorie than the
potatoes, noodles. starchier sweet potato and they comple-
The problem with serving essentially ment the nutrient profile with a ton of
the same (white) thing over and over is vitamin A as well as good quantities of
that we are missing an opportunity to vitamin C and potassium. The two togeth-
bring a variety of nutrients to the table in er become a nutrition powerhouse com-
that starchy side. And we are missing out pared to standard starches. Plus, the dinner
on the joys of new colors and flavors if we plate just looks pretty with the gorgeous
just stick to the stuff that looks and tastes orange color.
remarkable similar. So why not add a few
colorful and interesting options to the ROASTED SWEET
dinner starch repertoire? POTATO AND CARROTS IN
Sweet potatoes are a great start, but also
consider vegetables like peas, corn, win- QUICK SOY SAUCE MARINADE
ter squashes (such as spaghetti, acorn and Start to finish: 40 minutes Sweet potatoes are jam-packed with a variety of vitamins and minerals, most notably vitamin
butternut) and sweet root vegetables like Servings: 4 C and K and potassium. Carrots are lower calorie than the starchier sweet potato and they
carrots and parsnips as potential stand-ins 1 medium red-flesh sweet potato, peeled
complement the nutrient profile with a ton of vitamin A as well as good quantities of vitamin
C and potassium.
for rice or pasta. and cut into 1 1/2 inch chunks (about 2
One of my favorite ways to prepare these cups total) large saucepan of water to boil over high marinade, just mince everything and
starchy sides in colder months is to toss 2 medium carrots, peeled and cut into 1 heat, and once boiling, add the sweet pota- whisk together.) Pat the sweet potato and
them in a quick vinaigrette and then roast. 1/2 inch chunks (about 2 cups) to and carrot cubes and cook just for three carrot dry with a paper towel, and place in
The vinaigrette can be quite simple: even 2 tablespoon soy sauce minutes. Drain and set aside. bowl. Pour the vinaigrette over the cubes
vinegar, salt and pepper and a bit of oil 2 tablespoon rice vinegar Meanwhile place the soy sauce, vinegar, and toss to coat. Let marinate for 10 min-
will perk up the flavor. 2 teaspoons olive oil olive oil, shallot, garlic, ginger and utes (or up to a couple of hours), stirring at
My recipe brings together both a starch 1 small shallot, roughly chopped lemon juice in a blender and blend until
and a root vegetable. Red-fleshed sweet 2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped smooth, about 30 seconds. (For chunkier See ROAST, Page 22
potatoes (often called “yams” in American 1 teaspoon fresh ginger, minced or grat-
supermarkets) and carrots are tossed in a ed
soy sauce and rice vinegar marinade, 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
which caramelizes beautifully in the oven. Olive oil in a mister
The resulting side dish is less Asian than Parsley for garnish, optional
the ingredients would suggest, and it mar- Heat the oven to 400 degrees F. Bring a

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Delicious slow cooker Barbacoa beef tacos
By Katie Workman sonings, shred up the soft meat, heat some
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tortillas in the microwave, oven or a skil-
let, and have yourself a delicious little win-
Barbacoa beef, or pork or lamb or goat, is ter taco feast.
by definition slowly cooked meat. The word
is Mexican, and originally referred to a SLOW COOKER BARBACOA BEEF TACOS
cooking method by which parts of an ani- Serves 8
mal were wrapped in leaves, and steamed and Start to finish: 10 hours, 20 minutes (10
smoked simultaneously over fire. hours of which are hands off)
The dish came to America from Mexico by 1 2 1/2 pound eye of round beef
way of Texas, and is very much a part of 1 tablespoon olive oil
Mexican immigrant and Tex-Mex culture, as 1 tablespoon chipotle in adobo puree
well as the cuisine of Mexico. 1 onion, chopped
So the notion of making it in a slow 1 tablespoon minced garlic
cooker is simultaneously radical and obvi- 2 teaspoons chili powder
ous. And the resulting meat is flavorful and 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
tender, begging to be stuffed in a soft taco 1 tablespoon kosher salt
with toppings. Juice of 2 limes
Leftovers might be used in chili, stews, 1/4 cup cider vinegar
enchiladas, burritos or quesadillas; a couple 3 cups beef or chicken broth
of cups of shredded, cooked beef in the 3 bay leaves
fridge are a springboard for any number of Warmed corn or flour tortillas to serve
dinners later in the week. This type of one- Optional toppings:
two-punch cooking is very rewarding. Salsa (tomato or tomatillo) Throw tat big chunk of beef into the slow cooker with a nice battalion of seasonings, shred
So throw that big chunk of beef into the up the soft meat, heat some tortillas in the microwave, oven or a skillet, and have yourself a
slow cooker with a nice battalion of sea- delicious little winter taco feast.
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TACOS WALL
Wall.” For all the attention to its
China-set production, the film feels
like it takes place nowhere but in a
Continued from page 21 rather dim digital realm that often
Continued from page 18
appears like a knockoff of Peter
Jackson’s Middle Earth, complete
Sour cream all, originated as a thinly sketched with orc-like beasts.
Shredded cheddar, or crumbled queso fresco, goat cheese, conceit of Thomas Tull, the former Few characters emerge out of the
or feta chief executive of the now Chinese- blur. General Shao (Zhang Hanyu)
Diced avocado owned Legendary Entertainment. presides over the Nameless Order, but
Slivered red onion Six writers are credited for the it’s Jian Tian’s Lin Mae who most
In a large, heavy skillet over high heat, heat the oil. Sear script and story, which centers on a resonates. She’s part of an acrobatic
the beef on all sides until browned. medieval Irish mercenary, William group of warriors who bungee jump
Meanwhile, combine the chipotle puree, onion, garlic, Garin (Damon), who has come to the off the wall to spear the Taotie. Garin
chili powder, cloves, salt, lime juice and vinegar in a slow Gobi Desert in search of “black pow- watches her in awe, and quite rightly
cooker. Add the broth and the bay leaves. der, ” that is, early explosives. realizes he’s out of his depth.
Cook on low for 10 hours, until the meat is falling-apart Though many feared Damon’s charac- But the film altogether isn’t well
tender. Remove the meat from the slow cooker and let it sit ter was another example of gerated, heightened wall is a vibrant stitched together. Characters appear
for about 20 to 30 minutes, then pull it apart using two Hollywood’s fondness for “white swirl of color and choreography. largely as cardboard cut-outs. The
forks. Meanwhile, pour the cooking liquid into a tall con- saviors,” he is less a heroic protago- pacing is frantic. There’s surprising-
tainer and put it in the fridge. When you have pulled apart Yimou has long known how to dazzle
nist than an audience stand-in for a with movement and historical sweep, ly little sense to the entire ordeal as
the meat, take out the liquid and skim off any fat that has lavish pageant celebrating Chinese Lin Mae and Garin fight to stave off
notably in films like “House of
risen to the top. Rewarm the sauce if needed and drizzle the values and valor. the monster hordes.
Flying Daggers” and “Hero.” He was
shredded meat with some of the cooking liquid until nicely Garin and his Spanish partner, also the director of the 2008 Beijing “The Great Wall, ” in the end,
moistened but not dripping. Tovar (Pedro Pascal of “Game of Olympics opening ceremony, and bridges worlds only by that sad com-
Serve with warmed tortillas and whatever toppings you Thrones”), are captured by a group of there’s a sense that his earlier, feisti- monality we all share: the disap-
like. elite warriors dubbed the Nameless er art-house days (“To Live,” “Raise pointment of a bloated, half-baked
Note: Reserve the rest of the cooking liquid; you can use Order whose fortress lies along the the Red Lantern”) have given way to a blockbuster.
it in soups, stews or chili. Great Wall. They are prisoners ini- cozier relationship with the Chinese
Nutrition information per serving: 323 calories; 76 calo- “The Great Wall, ” a Universal
tially, but they prove their worth in government — and that the films Pictures release, is rated PG-13 by the
ries from fat; 9 g fat (2 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 82 mg battle during the first Taotie attack have suffered for it. The whiff of
cholesterol; 896 mg sodium; 25 g carbohydrate; 4 g fiber; Motion Picture Association of
and are subsequently, and somewhat propaganda surrounding “The Great America for “for sequences of fantasy
3 g sugar; 36 g protein. reluctantly, drafted into the epic Wall” only adds to the trend. action violence.” Running time: 104
fight. Yimou’s images are almost entirely minutes. One and a half stars out of
The teaming army along the exag- computer generated in “The Great four.

ROAST
Scatter the sweet potato and carrot and spicy version, or a little sesame
cubes across the baking sheet. Mist oil for a more Asian version, or top
lightly with olive oil (or use nonstick with cilantro, chopped green onions
Continued from page 20 spray). and lime juice.
Roast until tender, and the edges Nutrition information per serving:
show a slight char, about 25 minutes, 115 calories; 32 calories from fat; 4 g
least once. Cover the bottom of a stirring halfway through. Sprinkle fat (0 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg
large baking sheet with parchment with parsley and serve. cholesterol; 647 mg sodium; 18 g car-
paper. Drain the excess marinade and Options: add red pepper flakes and a bohydrate; 3 g fiber; 6 g sugar; 2 g
discard. teaspoon of maple syrup for a sweet protein.

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FRIDAY. FEB. 17
Calendar
Find out more about the Hope
BEER
Continued from page 1
San Francisco Beer Week events
occurring locally this weekend:
Janet Louie: Looking at the World House Program that provides a com- •“Sour ending.”The Refuge, San Carlos, 963 Laurel
with Fen Shui Eyes. 7:30 a.m. 6650 prehensive abuse treatment in a res- Friday, Feb. 17: St., San Carlos.
Golf Course Drive, Burlingame. $15. idential environment addressing the ers to pair their creations with fresh • “Sour Power”: a showcase of sour beers. The • The Lost Abbey sours and strong ales. Grape
For more information contact 787- needs for up to 16 women, pregnant food from his kitchen.
5595. women and women with infants Refuge, 1143 Crane St., Menlo Park. and Grain, 227 S. San Mateo Drive, San Mateo.
who have been involved in the crim- Representatives from Sierra Nevada • Barrel-aged beers. Ale Arsenal, 971 Laurel St., • Firestone Walker tap takeover. Ale Arsenal, San
IPhone Basics. Noon. South San inal justice system. No charge, but Brewing Company, a pioneer in the San Carlos. Carlos, 971 Laurel St.
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. items such as towels, silverware, new •“Bay Luv”: showcasing local beers and brewers. • Noelani’s Hawaiian food and beer pairing.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. For underwear and socks, twin sheets California independent beer market, The Standby, 935 Airport Blvd., South San Armstrong Brewing Company, 415 Grand Ave.,
more information email valle@plsin- and dishes are a part of the ‘Hope visited Pacini’s establishment Francisco. South San Francisco.
fo.org. House Wish List.’ For more informa-
tion call 592-5822. Thursday, Feb. 16, to offer some of the • Beers, blues and barbecue. Armstrong Brewing • Beeriodic bingo. Whole Foods taproom, 1250
Lunchtime Knitters. Noon. South Chico brewery’s more obscure cre- Company, 415 Grand Ave., South San Francisco. Jefferson Ave., Redwood City.
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Improve Your Relationships. 4 p.m. • Stone Brewing tap takeover. Armadillo Willy’s • Sour Saturday with Friends. Gourmet Haus
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. For to 5 p.m. Peninsula Jewish ations in tandem with light bites. A BBQ, 2260 Bridgepointe Parkway, Foster City. Staudt, 2615 Broadway, Redwood City.
more information email valle@plsin- Community Center, 800 Foster City day earlier, he welcomed Fieldwork • Barrel House Brewing Company tap takeover. • “Hazed and confused: Blind hazy IPA tasting.”
fo.org. Blvd., Foster City. Come for a free Brewing Company from Berkeley to The Refuge, 963 Laurel St., San Carlos. Harry’s Hofbrau, 1909 El Camino Real, Redwood
yoga and meditation session • Beeriodic bingo. Whole Foods taproom, 1250 City.
Video Games. 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. designed to reduce stress, increase pour some suds complementing
energy and improve relationships. Jefferson Ave., Redwood City.
Video Games. Grand Avenue Library, seafood fare in a “boat to table” dinner.
306 Walnut Ave., South San
Francisco. For more information
For more information call 995-6423.
Having effectively just launched his
• Avery Brewing tap takeover. Harry’s Hofbrau,
1909 El Camino Real, Redwood City.
Sunday, Feb. 19:
email valle@plsinfo.org. ‘Nest’ Reception. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. company, Pacini said he deeply appre- • Cellermaker tap takeover. Gourmet Haus Staudt, • Mystery event. Armstrong Brewing Company,
1018 Main St., Redwood City. Come 2615 Broadway, Redwood City. 415 Grand Ave., South San Francisco.
‘Dead Accounts.’ 8 p.m. 2120 to Redwood City’s Main Gallery for ciates the support offered by his more • Beeriodic bingo. Whole Foods taproom, 1250
Broadway, Redwood City. Come the opening reception of ‘Nest,’ accomplished industry colleagues. Jefferson Ave., Redwood City.
watch this dark comedic play about which explores relationships with
“There is enough business around for
Saturday, Feb. 18: • Serpents and Stouts. Ale Arsenal, San Carlos,
the conflict between Main Street and homes through art. Snacks and
Wall Street. Tickets start at $35. For drinks will be provided. For more everyone and the attitude of ‘if we all • “Sour Saturday” featuring the release of Sim 971 Laurel St., San Carlos.
more information call 493-2006. information call 701-1018. Pickin. Alpha Acid Brewing Company, 121 • Fieldwork Brewing Company tap takeover.The
stick together then we will be fine’ Industrial Road, #11, Belmont. Refuge, 1143 Crane St., Menlo Park.
SATURDAY, FEB. 18 ‘Dead Accounts.’ 8 p.m. 2120 works well,” he said.
Elder Care Resource Fair. 9 a.m. to 1 Broadway, Redwood City. Come Fieldwork Brewing Company owner
p.m. San Carlos Adult Community watch this dark comedic play about Considering the traveling and coor- A focus on supporting local business
Center, 601 Chestnut St. This free the conflict between Main Street and Barry Braden opened his company dur- dination required to throw events else- will be a key component of an event
resource fair will offer a variety of Wall Street. Tickets start at $35. For ing beer week three years ago and
information on senior resources and more information call 493-2006. where, plus hosting beer bashes at the held Friday, Feb. 17, at The StandBy
services, in addition to special pre- worked quickly to establish a reputa- company’s variety of Northern when Marquez solely serves beers from
sentations, health screenings and SUNDAY, FEB. 19 tion as one of the Bay Area’s premier California outlets, Braden said the Bay Area breweries.
refreshments. For more information Peter Foley Exhibit. Noon to 4 p.m.
contact 344-5200. 275A Linden St., Redwood City. ale dispensaries. week can be exhausting. Such an occasion can go far to forti-
Exhibit will be open from Feb. 10 to In short order, the company has “I think by next Tuesday when fying the brotherhood of breweries
Blood Sugar Testing. 9 a.m. to 1 March 10 on weekends from 1 p.m.
p.m. San Carlos Adult Community to 4 p.m. For more information con- expanded beyond its original East Bay everyone has a bit of a hangover, we’ll established within a 40-mile radius, he
Center, 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. tact 569-0275. headquarters to Sacramento and Napa, be able to take a rest. But until then, said.
Nursing students from the College of while further plans are in place to open we will persevere,” he said.
San Mateo will do non-fasting blood Rethinking Your Supplement “It allows all these smaller brewers
sugar testing for all ages, during the Routine. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 150 San more locations in Monterey and San Joe Marquez, owner of The StandBy
Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. A fresh to kind of shine and bring some noto-
Elder Care Resource Fair. Free. For Mateo, at the Bay Meadows develop- club in South San Francisco, echoed a
more information call 344-5200. perspective on critical health and riety and awareness to them,” he said.
lifestyle considerations to determine ment this May or June. similar sentiment.
which supplements are best-suited
“Bars like us learn as well and see the
Cosplay Day. 10 a.m. South San Having spent a few years previously “There is a lot going on, we just try trends out there. It’s a great way for
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. for different parts of life. Free. For
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. more information contact in San Diego, another of the nation’s to make sure everyone is taken care of everyone to network and get your
There will be prizes awarded for the patti@bondmarcom.com. most vibrant beer scenes, Braden said and not waiting too long,” he said. product out there. And the consumer
best costumes. For more information he believes the community locally is a
email valle@plsinfo.org. Ballroom Dancing. 1 p.m. to 3:30 “Some people have to be patient, and benefits the most.”
p.m. San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 league ahead of other regions. for the most part everyone is. But
Stoke Your Creative Fire. 10 a.m. Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. Entering his fifth year of hosting
Come for ballroom dancing with fel- “I believe beer week is every week of come Monday, we are ready for some
441 Seaport Court, Redwood City. beer week events, Marquez said he is
Susan M. Osborn presents three ways low seniors. Admission is $5. For the year. It’s unbelievable,” he said. rest.”
more information call 616-7150. refreshed to see an enthusiasm for craft
to revitalize your writing at the “The craft beer culture in the Bay Area Marquez does not brew, but his bar at
monthly meeting of the California ales takes hold along the Peninsula.
Writers Club. $10 members, $15 non- Friends Book Sale. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. is as good as anything in the country.” 935 Airport Blvd. has established a
members, $5 students with I.D. For San Carlos Library, 610 Elm St., San Following the event in Half Moon reputation as a beer drinker’s paradise “It’s nice to see these other places
more information contact Carlos. For more information call 591- taking on beer week and making it
bbaynes303@aol.com. 0341 ext. 237. Bay, Braden’s brewery migrated to San by offering a wide variety of quality
Carlos the next day to offer 16 of its selections, as well as some limited such a big deal in San Mateo County,”
San Mateo County Libraries Comic ‘Dead Accounts.’ 2 p.m. 2120
own beers at Ale Arsenal, at 871 Laurel releases potentially difficult to track he said.
Arts Fest: Cult Indie Cartoonists Broadway, Redwood City. Come
Gilbert, Jamie and Mario watch this dark comedic play about St., which he credited as one of the pri- down elsewhere. Braden agreed, while noting the
Hernandez. 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. the conflict between Main Street and He has also partnered with other series of celebrations can be taxing
Wall Street. Tickets start at $35. For mary Peninsula establishments help-
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., which requires a hearty thirst to
Millbrae. For more information call more information call 493-2006. ing build the reputation of Fieldwork South City beer makers such as
312-5258. Brewing Company in San Mateo Armstrong Brewing Company and 47 endure.
Peninsula Museum of Art Exhibits.
Stress, Hormones and Your Health. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 1777 California Drive, County. The brewery will also host a Hills Brewing Company to offer their “This is a great week. It is a lot of
11:30 a.m. to noon. 150 San Mateo Burlingame. Featuring two new similar event Sunday, Feb. 19, at The crafts, plus established a shuttle line fun, but it is rigorous,” he said. “So
Road, Half Moon Bay. Seminar provid- exhibits: Up Close by Gordon Smedt
ing steps to immediately beginning and Earth and Sea by Sean Refuge restaurant in Menlo Park. from his lounge to the other locales. you got to stay hydrated.”
to regain health, youth and life. Free. Monaghan. Exhibits open 11 a.m. to 5
For more information contact p.m. Wednesday to Saturday through
patti@bondmarcom.com. April 30. Free. For more information
contact 692-2101.
Bottle Your Own Wine. 12:30 p.m. to
3:30 p.m. La Honda Winery, 2645 Fair Day of Remembrance Film
Oaks Ave., Redwood City. Tasting and Screenings. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Millbrae
entry is free. For more information Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. RSVP
visit lahondawinery.com. at www.bit.ly/2kowCWv. For more
information call 697-7607.
Bulletproof Nutrition Wellness
Lecture. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. 150 San 80th Annual Student Speaker
Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. Perform Contest. 7 p.m. 1818 Gilbreth Road,
better, think faster and live better Burlingame. Come watch students
using a proven blend of ancient give speeches and have a chance to
knowledge and brand new tech- win over $21,000 in scholarships. For
nologies. Free. For more information more information call (415) 271-
contact patti@bondmarcom.com. 2178.

Tracy’s Fur, Scales and Tails: A chil- TUESDAY, FEB. 21
dren’s animal show. 2 p.m. Hillsdale Coffee with a Cop. 9 a.m to 11 a.m.
Library, 205 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San Never Too Latte, 486 San Mateo Ave.,
Mateo. For more information call San Bruno. Officers from the San
522-7838. Bruno Police Department and com-
munity members will come together
Puppet Arts Theater Company in an informal, relaxed space to dis-
presents ‘The Three Little Pigs’. 2 cuss community issues, build rela-
p.m. Oak Room, Main Library, 55 W. tionships and drink coffee. All com-
Third Ave., San Mateo. For more infor- munity members are invited to
mation call 522-7838. attend. For more information call
616-7129.
San Mateo County Libraries
Eclectic Music Festival: Mobius Textile Tuesday: Valentine Cotton
Trio. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. San Carlos Undies. 1 p.m. South San Francisco
Library, 610 Elm St., San Carlos. The Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
Mobius Trio exclusively performs South San Francisco. For more infor-
music that they have commissioned. mation email valle@plsinfo.org.
They seek to expand their guitar
ensemble’s repertoire. For more Evening Breathing and
information call 591-0341. Meditation. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. 1 Library
Ave., Millbrae. RSVP at
Drop In Computer Help. 2 p.m. to 3 www.tinyurl.com/zmd3r8s. For more
p.m. Redwood City Main Library, information call 697-7607.
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood
City. For more information email Three Secrets to Speak ing
gsuarez@redwoodcity.org. Success. 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. San
Mateo Beresford Recreation Center,
Slow Drying Acrylic Seascape 2720 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
Demonstration. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 527 Mateo. Registration is required. $28
San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. Richard for residents and $34 for non-resi-
will show his step-by-step method dents. For more information call 522-
covering composition, color theory, 7490.
materials and controlling the consis-
tency of the paint with water, thinner, San Mateo County Libraries Comic
medium and other technical proce- Arts Fest: Thi Bui, Author of The
dures in acrylic paint. For more infor- Best We Could Do, an Illustrated
mation visit societyofwest- Memoir. 7 p.m. Burlingame Library,
ernartists.com. 480 Primrose Road, Burlingame. For
more information call 558-7400.
Hope House Women. 2:30 p.m. 399 For more events visit
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CASE# 17CIV00052
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
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400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
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PETITION OF
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The Future
of local news content
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #272173
The following person is doing business
as: Portola Pianoworks, 1916 Eaton
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries – The local community Ave., SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis-
tered Owner: Brian Fox, same address.
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of The business is conducted by an Individ-
ual. The registrants commenced to
the newspaper industry. transact business under the FBN on
01/24/2017.
/s/Brian Fox/
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 01/25/2017. (Pub-
SF Peninsula seeks an entreprenuerial marketing solutions including print advertising, lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, 1/27/17, 2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17).

and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the STATEMENT #272175
The following person is doing business
team for an immediate opening. industry continues its evolution and our paper as: Arreaga’s Mobile Services Auto
continues its upward trajectory. Body, 1021 Hilton St. Apt. B, REDWOOD
You must be community-minded, action- CITY, CA 94063. Registered Owner:
Evelyn Romero Gomez, same address.
oriented, customer-focused, and without fail, a Experience with print advertising and online The business is conducted by an Individ-
self starter. You will be responsible for sales marketing a plus. But we will consider a ual. The registrants commenced to
transact business under the FBN on
and account management activities associated candidate with little or no sales experience as 01/26/2017.
/s/Evelyn Romero Gomez/
with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits: This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 01/26/2017. (Pub-
lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
t)VOHFSGPSTVDDFTTt"CJMJUZUPBEBQUUPDIBOHF 1/27/17, 2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17).
t1SPmDJFODZXJUIDPNQVUFSTBOEDPNGPSUXJUIOVNCFST
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
t(FOFSBMCVTJOFTTBDVNFOBOEDPNNPOTFOTFNBSLFUJOHBCJMJUJFT STATEMENT #272281
The following person is doing business
as: New York Pizza, 700 San Bruno Ave
Join us, if you check off on these qualities and also believe in the future of newspapers. E, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered
Owner: TSB Foods, Inc, CA. The busi-
Please email your resume to ads@smdailyjournal.com ness is conducted by a Corporation. The
A cover letter with your views on the newspaper industry would also be helpful. registrants commenced to transact busi-
ness under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Tarundeep Singh Bhatia/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/01/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17).
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #272184 STATEMENT #272170 STATEMENT #272358
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Roadside 7, 308 7th Ave, SAN MA- as: MR TILE, 1414 San Carlos Ave. Apt as: Branching Out Solar, 293 Avalon
TEO, CA 94401. Registered Owner: #205, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- Drive, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Quang Ly, 768 Valencia Dr, MILPITAS, tered Owner: Mario Roberto Reyes, sa-
CA 95035. The business is conducted mem address. The business is conduct- 94080. Registered Owner: David Wer-
by an Individual. The registrants com- ed by an Individual. The registrants theimer, same address. The business is
menced to transact business under the commenced to transact business under conducted by an Individual. The regis-
FBN on N/A. the FBN on N/A. trants commenced to trans act business
/s/Quang Ly/ /s/Mario Roberto Reyes/ under the FBN on 2/8/2017.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/David Wertheimer/
sor-County Clerk on 1/26/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 1/25/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 2/8/2017. (Publish-
2/3/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). 2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17).
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #271962 STATEMENT #272144
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
as: Kuti Shipping, 1900 Newbridge Ave STATEMENT #272312
SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered
as: Hello Pretty Lash by Patty, 1301 W
Hillsdale Blvd, Apt 404, SAN MATEO, The following person is doing business Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
Owner: 1) Tevita Lata, 2) Meleseini Vai- CA 94403. Registered Owner: Patricia as: PM Shift Recordings, 273 Sunshine
tai Lata, same address. The business is Anca Nedelcu, same address. The Drive, PACIFICA, CA 94044. Registered
conducted by a Married Couple. The business is conducted by an Individual. Owner: Trevor Lavina Mijares, same ad-
registrants commenced to transact busi- The registrants commenced to transact dress. The business is conducted by an
ness under the FBN on N/A. business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Tevita Lata/ Individual. The registrants commenced to
/s/Patricia Anca Nedelcu/ trans act business under the FBN on
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/6/2017. (Publish- N/A.
sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2017. (Publish- /s/Trevor Lavina Mijares/
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
2/3/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). 2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/6/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17).
STATEMENT #272061
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #272205
as: Franciscan-O’Farrell Investment Co., The following person is doing business
1740 Marco Polo Way #6, BURLIN- as: Catapulter Solutions, 1133 Alameda, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
GAME, CA 94010. Registered Owner: #5, BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered STATEMENT #272458
John Doherty, same address. The busi- Owner: Bruce Douglas, same address. The following person is doing business
ness is conducted by a Limited Partner- The business is conducted by an Individ- as: Atali Winery, 1697 Industrial Rd.,
ship. The registrants commenced to ual. The registrants commenced to SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered
transact business under the FBN on transact business under the FBN on Owner: Natalie Chu, 1327 Loyola Dr.,
07/01/1979. 12/15/2016.
Santal Clara, CA 95051. The business is 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
/s/John Doherty/ /s/Bruce L. Douglas/
This statement was filed with the Asses- conducted by an Individual. The regis-
This statement was filed with the Asses- trants commenced to trans act business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME NOTICE OF PETITION TO A hearing on the petition will be held in
sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 1/27/2017. (Publish- STATEMENT #272189 AdMINISTER ESTATE OF this court as follows: MAR. 21, 2017 at
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, under the FBN on 2/15/17. The following person is doing business Giovanna Celina Ramirez aka Giovanna 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior
2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). 2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). /s/Natalie Chui/ as: Baby Buckle, 1683 Rosita Road, PA- C. Ramirez and Giovanna Ramirez Court of California, County of San Mateo,
This statement was filed with the Asses- CIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Owner: Case Number: 17PRO00137 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/2017. (Publish- Teresa A. Morrow, same address. The To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- 94063.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, business is conducted by an Individual. tingent creditors, and persons who may If you object to the granting of the peti-
STATEMENT #272060 STATEMENT #272146 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). The registrants commenced to trans act otherwise be interested in the will or es- tion, you should appear at the hearing
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business business under the FBN on N/A. tate, or both, of Giovanna Celina Ramir- and state your objections or file written
as: Franciscan-Fulton II Investment Co, as: Yi Yuan Sezchuan Restaurant, 1711 /s/Teresa A. Morrow/ ez aka Giovanna C. Ramirez and Gio- objections with the court before the hear-
1740 Marco Polo Way #6, BURLIN- El Camino Real, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. This statement was filed with the Asses- vanna Ramirez. A Petition for Probate ing. Your appearance may be in person
Registered Owner: Keystone Brothers, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
GAME, CA 94010. Registered Owner: sor-County Clerk on 1/27/2017. (Publish- has been filed by Carlos Ramirez in the or by your attorney.
John Doherty, same address. The busi- Inc., CA. The business is conducted by STATEMENT #272456
The following person is doing business ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Superior Court of California, County of If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
ness is conducted by a Limited Partner- a Corporation. The registrants com- 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). San Mateo. The Petition for Probate re- itor of the decedent, you must file your
ship. The registrants commenced to menced to transact business under the as: Giordano Restorations, 1011 Brans-
quests that Carlos Ramirez be appointed claim with the court and mail a copy to
transact business under the FBN on FBN on N/A. ten Rd, Unit D, SAN CARLOS, CA as personal representative to administer the personal representative appointed by
07/01/1979. /s/Nick Hu/ 94070. Registered Owner: Paul Giorda- ORdER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR the estate of the decedent. The petition the court within the later of either (1) four
/s/John Doherty/ This statement was filed with the Asses- no, 403 Promenade Lane, Redwood CHANGE OF NAME requests the decedent’s will and codicils, months from the date of first issuance of
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 1/23/2017. (Publish- City, CA 94065. The business is con- CASE# 17CIV00322 if any, be admitted to probate. The will letters to a general personal representa-
sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ducted by an Individual. The registrants SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, and any codicils are available for exami- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). commenced to trans act business under COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, nation in the file kept by the court. Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, The petition requests authority to admin- from the date of mailing or personal de-
the FBN on 9/1/16..
/s/Paul Giordano/ REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 ister the estate under the Independent livery to you of a notice under sectioin
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME PETITION OF
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #272036 This statement was filed with the Asses- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- 9052 of the Callifornia Probate
Mary Patricia Davis thority will allow the personal representa- Code.Other California statutes and legal
STATEMENT #272228 The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk on 2/15/2017. (Publish- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
The following person is doing business tive to take many actions without obtain- authority may affect your rights as a
as: Cleaneat Home Services, 361 Com- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Petitioner: Mary Patricia Davis a petition ing court approval. Before taking certain creditor. You may want to consult with an
as: Faygo California, 1475 Huntington mercial Ave Apt 6, SOUTH SAN FRAN- 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17).
Ave Suite 201, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS- with this court for a decree changing very important actions, however, the per- attorney knowledgable in California law.
CISCO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: name as follows: sonal representative will be required to You may examine the file kept by the
CO, CA 94015. Registered Owner: Chris Susana Perez Varela, same address.
Balestin, 1792 Holly Ave., San Bruno, Present name: Mary Patricia Davis give notice to interested persons unless court. If you are a person interested in
The business is conducted by an Individ- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Proposed Name: Mary Patricia Nieberd- they have waived notice or consented to the estate, you may file with the court a
CA 94066. The business is conducted ual. The registrants commenced to trans
by an Individual. The registrants com- STATEMENT #272194 ing the proposed action.) The independent Request for Special Notice (form DE-
act business under the FBN on N/A. The following person is doing business THE COURT ORDERS that all persons administration authority will be granted 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
menced to transact business under the /s/Susana Perez Varela/
FBN on 1/15/17. as: Healthy Grains Bakery, 151 Fifth interested in this matter shall appear be- unless an interested person files an ob- praisal of estate assets or of any petition
This statement was filed with the Asses- fore this court at the hearing indicated
/s/Chris Balestin/ sor-County Clerk on 1/13/2017. (Publish- Ave., REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. jection to the petition and shows good or account as provided in Probate Code
This statement was filed with the Asses- Registered Owner: Olivia PerezNegron below to show cause, if any, why the pe- cause why the court should not grant au- section 1250. A Request for Special No-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, tition for change of name should not be thority. tice form is available from the court clerk.
sor-County Clerk on 1/31/2017. (Publish- 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17). Galvan, 1693 Kentfield Ave., Redwood
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, City, CA 94061. The business is con- granted. Any person objecting to the A hearing on the petition will be held in Attorney for Petitioner:
2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). name changes described above must file this court as follows: MAR. 13, 2017 at Nicole D. Warmerdam, Esq.
ducted by an Individual. The registrants a written objection that includes the rea- 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Room 2F, Su- Barulich Dugoni Law Group, Inc.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME commenced to trans act business under sons for the objection at least two court
STATEMENT #272354 perior Court of California, County of San 400 So. El Camino Real, Suite 1000
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME the FBN on January 29, 2017. days before the matter is scheduled to Mateo, 400 County Center, Redwood SAN MATEO, CA 94402
The following person is doing business /s/Olivia PerezNegron Galvan/ be heard and must appear at the hearing
STATEMENT #272246 as: Autokraft, 609 California Drive, BUR- City, CA 94063. (650) 292-2900
The following person is doing business This statement was filed with the Asses- to show cause why the petition should If you object to the granting of the peti- FILED: 2/15/2017
LINGAME, CA 94010. Registered Own-
as: A&A Landscape, Inc., 812 Sweeney
er: Autokraft Automotive, LLC, CA. The sor-County Clerk on 1/27/2017. (Publish- not be granted. If no written objection is tion, you should appear at the hearing (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
Ave, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Reg- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, timely filed, the court may grant the peti- and state your objections or file written nal on 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 2/25/17 )
istered Owner: A&A Landscape Inc., CA. business is conducted by a Limited Lia- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
bility Company. The registrants com- 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). objections with the court before the hear-
The business is conducted by a Corpora- petition shall be held on 3/22/17 at 9 ing. Your appearance may be in person
tion. The registrants commenced to menced to trans act business under the a.m., Dept. PJ, Room 2D, at 400 County
FBN on N/A. or by your attorney.
transact business under the FBN on . FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Center, Redwood City, CA 94063. A If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
/s/Jose A. Quintero/ /s/Alex Dughman/ copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
This statement was filed with the Asses- STATEMENT #272248 itor of the decedent, you must file your
This statement was filed with the Asses- be published at least once each week for claim with the court and mail a copy to
sor-County Clerk on 2/01/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/8/2017. (Publish- The following person is doing business four successive weeks prior to the date the personal representative appointed by
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, as: 1)Karis Finance 2)RCFE FOR SALE, set for hearing on the petition in the fol- the court within the later of either (1) four ORdER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17). 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17). 1534 Plaza Lane, BURLINGAME, CA lowing newspaper of general circulation: months from the date of first issuance of CHANGE OF NAME
94010. Registered Owner: TD Real Es- San Mateo Daily Journal letters to a general personal representa- CASE# 17CIV00305
tate, CA. The business is conducted by Filed: 2/8/2017 tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
a Corporation. The registrants com- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
menced to trans act business under the Judge of the Superior Court from the date of mailing or personal de- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
FBN on N/A.. Dated: 2/06/2017 livery to you of a notice under sectioin REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
/s/Ton Dang/ (Published 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 9052 of the Callifornia Probate PETITION OF
This statement was filed with the Asses- 3/10/17). Code.Other California statutes and legal Vanitha Nambiraghavan
authority may affect your rights as a TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
sor-County Clerk on 2/1/2017. (Publish- Petitioner: Vanitha Nambiraghavan, a
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, creditor. You may want to consult with an
attorney knowledgable in California law. petition with this court for a decree
2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). You may examine the file kept by the changing name as follows:
STATEMENT OF ABANdONMENT OF court. If you are a person interested in Present name: Vanitha Nambiraghavan
THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS the estate, you may file with the court a Proposed Name: Harini Nambiraghavan
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME NAME STATEMENT 267642 Request for Special Notice (form DE- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
STATEMENT #272434 Name of the person abandoning the use 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- interested in this matter shall appear be-
The following person is doing business of the Fictitious Business Name: Margar- praisal of estate assets or of any petition fore this court at the hearing indicated
as: Artists 4 Equality, 723 S Humboldt et Cy. Name of Business: MAGGIESTI- or account as provided in Probate Code below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
FOR IMMEdIATE RELEASE Street #4, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. NYTREATS. Date of original filing: section 1250. A Request for Special No- tition for change of name should not be
Marich Confectionery Registered Owner: Wendy Golden, same 12/30/2015. Address of Principal Place tice form is available from the court clerk. granted. Any person objecting to the
1/26/17 address. The business is conducted by of Business: 688 Mariners Island Blvd. Attorney for Petitioner: name changes described above must file
an Individual. The registrants com- #116, San Mateo, CA 94404. Registrant: David G. Finkelstein a written objection that includes the rea-
Margaret Cy, same address The busi- 528 S. El Camino Real Ste 306 sons for the objection at least two court
Marich Confectionery Co. ISSUES ALLERGY ALERT ON menced to trans act business under the ness was conducted by an Individual. days before the matter is scheduled to
SAN MATEO, CA 94402
FBN on N/A. /s/Margaret Cy/ be heard and must appear at the hearing
POTENTIAL UNDECLARED ALMONDS IN PRODUCT /s/Wendy Golden/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
((650) 425-7749
FILED: 2/10/2017 to show cause why the petition should
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- not be granted. If no written objection is
Marich Confectionery of Hollister, California is voluntarily sor-County Clerk on 2/14/2017. (Publish- County on 2/02/17. (Published in the San nal on 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 2/25/17 ) timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
recalling 4.25oz Valentine Chocolate Caramel Hearts UPC ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Mateo Daily Journal, 2/03/17, 2/10/17, tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). 2/17/17, 2/24/17). petition shall be held on 3/10/17 at 9
COdE 797817-44440-9 because it may contain Triple Choco- a.m., Dept. PJ, Room 2D, at 400 County
late Toffee which contains almonds. People who have an al- Center, Redwood City, CA 94063. A
lergy or severe sensitivity almonds run the risk of serious or copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
be published at least once each week for
life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these prod- four successive weeks prior to the date
ucts.
IMMEdIATE OPENING NOTICE OF PETITION TO
AdMINISTER ESTATE OF
Bud L. Jones
set for hearing on the petition in the fol-
lowing newspaper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal
Product was distributed in California, Oklahoma and Minne-
sota in retail form. NEWSPAPER aka Bud Levatte Jones aka Bud Jones
Case Number: 17PRO00150
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
Filed: 01/26/17
/s/Steven C. Dylina/
Judge of the Superior Court
The product can be identified by its Valentine’s Day themed
packaging. It comes in a 4.25oz (120g) bright red and pink box
dELIVERY tingent creditors, and persons who may
otherwise be interested in the will or es-
tate, or both, of Bud L. Jones aka Bud
Levatte Jones aka Bud Jones. A Petition
Dated: 1/25/2017
(Published 2/03/17, 2/10/17, 2/17/17,
2/24/17).
with the product name of Chocolate Caramel Hearts. The lot for Probate has been filed by Viki J.
code being recalled is 0031711 with a best by date of 9/30/17 Young in the Superior Court of Califor-
and can be found on the bottom of the package. nia, County of San Mateo. The Petition

No illnesses have been reported to date.
SAN MATEO for Probate requests that Viki J. Young
be appointed as personal representative
to administer the estate of the decedent.
NOTICE OF PETITION TO
AdMINISTER ESTATE OF
Julie Anne Mitchell
The petition requests the decedent’s will Case Number: 17PRO00097
The recall was initiated after it was discovered that product and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
bate. The will and any codicils are avail- tingent creditors, and persons who may
containing almonds was distributed in packaging that did not
reveal the presence of almonds. Subsequent investigation in-
dicates the problem was caused by a temporary breakdown in
SOUTH SF able for examination in the file kept by
the court.
The petition requests authority to admin-
otherwise be interested in the will or es-
tate, or both, of Julie Anne Mitchell. A
Petition for Probate has been filed by El-
ister the estate under the Independent ladene Lee Katz in the Superior Court of
the company's packaging processes that resulted in the pack- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- California, County of San Mateo. The
aging mix up. Seeking Delivery driver to manage newspaper route thority will allow the personal representa- Petition for Probate requests that Ella-
tive to take many actions without obtain- dene Lee Katz be appointed as personal
Requires early morning work six days per week Mon-Sat. ing court approval. Before taking certain representative to administer the estate of
Consumers who have purchased 4.25oz Valentine Chocolate very important actions, however, the per- the decedent. The petition requests the
Caramel Hearts are urged to return it Marich Confectionery Papers are picked up early morning between 3am and 4:30am sonal representative will be required to decedent’s will and codicils, if any, be
for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the give notice to interested persons unless admitted to probate. The will and any
they have waived notice or consented to codicils are available for examination in
company at 1-800-624-7055 Monday through Friday 8:00 am
to 5:00 pm PST Call Roberto 650-344-5200 the proposed action.) The independent
administration authority will be granted
the file kept by the court.
The petition requests authority to admin-
unless an interested person files an ob- ister the estate under the Independent
jection to the petition and shows good Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
cause why the court should not grant au- thority will allow the personal representa-
thority. tive to take many actions without obtain-
THE DAILY JOURNAL Friday • Feb. 17, 2017 27
203 Public Notices Books 302 Antiques 304 Furniture 306 Housewares 310 Misc. For Sale
ing court approval. Before taking certain qUALITY BOOKS used and rare. World ANTIqUE BUFFET Cabinet, with 2 large CHAIRS 2 Blue Good Condition $50 BRASS FIREPLACE screen $30. UNIdEN HARLEY Davidson Gas Tank
very important actions, however, the per- & US History and classic American nov- drawers w/skeleton key, needs refinish- OBO (650)345-5644 (650)348-2306 phone. $100 or best offer (650)863-8485
sonal representative will be required to els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 ing. $700/obo.. ANTIqUE CHINA cabi-
give notice to interested persons unless net, with doors and legs, dark wood.. COAT/HAT STANd, solid wood, for your CHRISTMAS TREE China, Fairfield VASE WITH flowers 2 piece good for the
they have waived notice or consented to 294 Baby Stuff $500/obo. (650)952-5049 mountain cabin/house. $50. (650)520- Peace on Earth. Complete Set of 12 (48 Holidays, $25., (650) 867-2720
the proposed action.) The independent 7045 pieces) $75. (650)493-5026
administration authority will be granted ANTIqUE ITALIAN lamp 18” high, $70 VINTAGE WHITE Punch Bowl/Serving
FISHER-PRICE HEALTHY Care booster
unless an interested person files an ob- (650)387-4002 COMPUTER SWIVEL CHAIR. Padded COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor Bowl Set with 10 cups plus one extra
seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
jection to the petition and shows good Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, $30. (650)873-8167
cause why the court should not grant au- BEAUTIFUL ANd UNIqUE Victorian 20-pieces in original box, never used.
thority. 296 Appliances Side Sewing Table, All original. Rose- COMPUTER TABLE, adjustable height, $250 per box (3 boxes available). WAGON WHEEL Wooden, original from
A hearing on the petition will be held in wood. Carved. ExCELLENT CONdI- chrome legs, 29”x48” like new $30 (650) (650)342-5630 Colorado farm. 34”x34” Very good
this court as follows: MAR. 06, 2017 at 1960'S AVOCAdO Osterizer blender TION! $350. (650)815-8999. 697-8481 “aged” condition $200 San Bruno
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- PORCELAIN JAPANESE Tea set, Un- (650)588-1946
Court of California, County of San Mateo, 0513 MAHOGANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk, COUCH, CREAM IKEA, great condition, opened, in wood box, great gift $30.
400 County Center, Redwood City, CA 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- $89, light-weight, compact, sturdy love- (650)578-9208. WATER STORAGE TANK, brand new,
94063. AIR CONdITIONER 10000 BTU w/re- elled glass, $400. (650)766-3024 seat (415)775-0141 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $250.
If you object to the granting of the peti- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG SMOKE ALARMS with batteries $4 650- (650)771-6324
tion, you should appear at the hearing brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- OLd VINTAGE Wooden “Sea Captains CUSTOM MAdE wood sewing storage 595-3933
and state your objections or file written 0898 Tool Chest” 35 x 16 x 16, $65 cabinet perfect condition $75. (650)483-
objections with the court before the hear- (650)591-3313 1222 SOLId TEAK floor model 16 wine rack 311 Musical Instruments
ing. Your appearance may be in person AIR CONdITIONER, Portable, 14,000 with turntable $60. (650)592-7483
or by your attorney. BTU, Commercial Cool model SINGER SEWING MACHINE (Child’s) dINETTE TABLE with Chrome Legs: 36" BALdWIN GRANd PIANO, 6 foot, ex-
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- Vintage (1962) Perfect. Includes original x58" (with one leaf 11 1/2") - $50. 308 Tools cellent condition, $8,500/obo. Call
itor of the decedent, you must file your sories plus remote included. case and instruction booklet. $49. (650)341-5347 (510)784-2598
claim with the court and mail a copy to 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $345. (650)260-0057 BENCH SAW - 8 INCH includes attach-
the personal representative appointed by (650)345-1835 dINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. ExCELLENT VIOLIN, previously owned,
(650) 756-9516.Daly City. ed table and accessories $35 (650)368-
the court within the later of either (1) four 0748 first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
months from the date of first issuance of CHARCOAL GRILL with cover, 24”, al- STORE FRONT display cabinet, From sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
letters to a general personal representa- 1930, marble base. 72” long x 40” tallx dINING ROOM table – Good Condition (415)751-2416
most new $25. (650)368-0748 $90.00 or best offer ( 650)-780-0193 BOSTITCH 16 gage Finish nailer Model
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the 21” deep. Asking $500. (650)341-1306
CHEFMATE TOASTER oven, brand SB 664FN $99 (650)359-9269 GULBRANSEN BABY GRANd PIANO -
Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days dRESSER 4-dRAWER in Belmont for
from the date of mailing or personal de- new, bakes, broils, toasts, adjustable Appraised @ $5450., want $1800 obo,
livery to you of a notice under sectioin temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 303 Electronics $75. Good condition; good for children. CRAFTSMAN 10" Mitre Saw $25
(650)343-4461
Call (650)678-8585 (650)595-3933
9052 of the Callifornia Probate
Code.Other California statutes and legal CIRRUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4 46” MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great HAMMONd B-3 Organ and 122 Leslie
condition. $400. (650)261-1541. dRESSER- ART Deco. 54”wide 34” tall CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
authority may affect your rights as a new extra cleaning pads,user manual. 22”deep. $150. (650)888-2662. dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 Speaker. Excellent condition. $8,500. pri-
creditor. You may want to consult with an $45. (650)588-5487 vate owner, (650)349-1172
attorney knowledgable in California law. ANTARES dOLLARS Bill Changer ma- CRAFTSMAN RAdIAL SAW, with cabi-
You may examine the file kept by the COLEMAN LxE Roadtrip Grill - chine s never used for small bus. $95 net stand, $200 Cash Only, (650)851- HARMONICA. HOHNER Pocket Pal.
(650)992-4544. dRESSER- VICTORIAN. 35” tall
court. If you are a person interested in Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 48”wide 22” deep. W/ mirror 34”x42” 1045 Key of C. Original box. Never used.
the estate, you may file with the court a (650)918-9847 $450. (650)888-2662. $10. (650)588-0842
Request for Special Notice (form DE- ANTARES dOLLARS Bill Changer ma- CRAFTSMEN 3 saw blades $20. new.
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- ELECTRIC STOVE From Sears chine s never used for small bus. $95 (650)573-5269 MONARCH UPRIGHT player piano $99
(650)992-4544. dRESSER-ART dECO. Heavy Glass.
praisal of estate assets or of any petition Excellent Condition $225 Top 51” tall 36” deep 14” wide $150. (650) 583-4549
or account as provided in Probate Code Please Call (650)244-9267 dELTA CABINET SAW with overrun ta-
BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/Cd Radio and Re- (650)888-2662. ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993 PIANO, UPRIGHT, in excellent condi-
section 1250. A Request for Special No-
tice form is available from the court clerk. EUREKA POWER Plus Upright Vacuum, ceiver with Detachable Face asking tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
$100. (650)593-4490 dRUM TABLE - brown, perfect condi- LEAF BLOWER electric 7.5 amps brand
Attorney for Petitioner: Hepa filter, extra belt, bags, model 4468 tion, nice design, with storage, $45.,
$20 (650)952-3500 new 30.00 joe, (650)573-5269 UPRIGHT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi-
Charles J. Katz (650)345-1111 tion. $300 OBO (650) 533-4886.
475 El Camino Real, Suite 300 BULOVA WINdUP Travel clocks.Vin-
tage. Set of eight. $99. gene (650)421- ROUTER TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new
MILLBRAE, CA 94030 GOOd MICROWAVE 1100 watt $40 Da- ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50. (650)573-5269 YAMAHA PIANO, Upright, Model M-305,
(650) 692-4100 ly City (415) 231-4825. 5469
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. $750. Call (650)572-2337
FILED: 01/31/2017 (650)726-4102 SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- JACK LALANE'S power juicer. $40. COMPLETE COLOR photo developer –
most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
nal on 2/10/17, 2/16/17, 2/17/17 ) Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. Besler Enlarger, Color Head, trays, photo
ESPRESSO TABLE 30” square, 40” tall, (650)504-0585 312 Pets & Animals
tools $50/ (650)921-1996
$95 (650)375-8021
VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from
UPRIGHT VACUUM Cleaner, $10. Call IPHONE 5 Morphie Juice Pack with GLIdER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
charger, Originally $100, now $85. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
Ed, (415)298-0645 South San Francisco lent condition. $100 650-345-5644 (505)228-1480 local.
(650)766-2679 VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
WHIRLPOOL WASHER DRYER, GE LAWN CHAIRS (4) White, plastic, $8. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
Refrigerator all working and in good con- KINdLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger CANARY BIRd cage 24 x 16 for sale.
each, (415)346-6038 $40.00 firm. Used, good condition. Call
ORdER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 VINTAGE SHOPSMITH and BANd (650)766-3024
CHANGE OF NAME LEATHER SOFA, black, excellent condi- SAW, good shape. $500/obo. Call
WHIRLPOOL. HIGH Efficiency Washer. LEFT-HANd ERGONOMIC keyboard tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533 (650)342-6993
CASE# 17CIV00400 with 'A-shape' key layout Num pad, $20 ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, White. Like new. Top load. $250.00.
(650)483-9226 (650)204-0587 LIVING ROOM table 36"x19" exc condi- mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, (650)593-2066
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, tion $30.(415) 231-4825.
MOTOROLA BRAVO MB 520 (android
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 297 Bicycles 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD LOVE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow 309 Office Equipment PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
PETITION OF card Belmont (650)595-8855 floral $99. (650)574-4021 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
Erin Michelle Campbell AdULT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- offer. (650)245-4084
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: NEAT RECEIPTS Mobile Scanner new
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 NEW HP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex- NEW dELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- in box $79, call (650)324-8416
Petitioner: Erin Michelle Campbell a peti- tra cartridges- $50. Call (650)345-1234 ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must PET CARRIER, brown ,Very good condi-
tion with this court for a decree changing CHILd’S BICYCLE in good condition. Sell! (650) 875-8159. tion, $15.00 medium zize leave txt or call
name as follows: $30. (650)355-5189 ONKYO AV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital 310 Misc. For Sale (650)773-7201
Present name: Erin Michelle Campbell Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame
Proposed Name: Caleb Carter Campbell Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 $30.00 (650) 347-2356 "MOTHER-IN-LAW TONGUES" plants, SOFA PROTECTOR for Lounging Pets.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons 298 Collectibles 3 in 5-gal cans. $10.00 each. (650)593- Washable polyester. Non-slide. Brown
interested in this matter shall appear be- OPTIMUS H36 ST5800 Tower Speaker OAK CLAW foot coffee table, needs 7408 tweed. Excellent condition. $89. 650-
fore this court at the hearing indicated 1920'S AqUA Glass Beaded Flapper 36x10x11 $30. (650)580-6324 some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530 260-0057
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- Purse (drawstring bag) & Faux Pearl 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
tition for change of name should not be Flapper Collar. $50. (650)762-6048 ORIGINAL AM/FM 1967/68 Honda Ra- OAK SIX SHELF Book Case 6FT 4FT no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
granted. Any person objecting to the dio for $50. (650)593-4490 $55 (650)458-8280 316 Clothes
name changes described above must file 1940 VINTAGE telephone bench maple 8 TRACKS, billy Joel, Zeppelin, Eagles
a written objection that includes the rea- antiques collectibles $75 (650)755-9833 PIONEER HOUSE Speakers, pair. 15 OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding ,Commodores, more.40 @ $4 each , call BLACK dOUBLE breasted suit size 38
sons for the objection at least two court inch 3-way, black with screens. Work legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost (650)393-9008 excellent condition $25 (650)322-9598
days before the matter is scheduled to BILLY dEE Williams autographed Star great. $99.(650)243-8198 $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
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Islamic State suicide bombing Raja Somro, who witnessed the attack, killed seven people.
Around the world told a local TV network that hundreds of The airstrike hit a house packed with
at Pakistan shrine kills 75 anonymity because they were not author- people were performing a spiritual dance mourners in Arhab, some 40 kilometers (25
KARACHI, Pakistan — An Islamic State ized to brief reporters. Fazal Palejo, a senior known as the Dhamal when the bomber miles) from Sanaa, on Wednesday. Fahd
suicide bomber struck inside a famed shrine health official in Sindh province, confirmed struck. Maqhat, head of the nearby Omeria hospi-
in southern Pakistan on Thursday, killing at the toll. “I saw bodies everywhere. I saw bodies of tal, said six women and one girl were killed,
least 75 people in the deadliest attack in the The Islamic State group claimed the attack women and children,” he said. and that another 10 women were wounded.
country in more than two years. in a statement circulated by its Aamaq news “There have been ongoing military con-
The bomber entered the main hall of the agency, saying it had targeted a “Shiite Saudi-led coalition to frontations for days between the Yemeni
shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan gathering. ” The Sunni extremist group probe Yemen funeral airstrike armed forces and Houthi militias” outside
and detonated his payload amid dozens of views Shiites as apostates and has targeted Sanaa, the coalition said in a statement,
worshippers, according to three security Pakistan’s Shiite minority in the past. It SANAA, Yemen — The Saudi-led coali- referring to the Shiite Houthi rebels who
officials, who said at least 20 women and views Sufi shrines like the one targeted tion said Thursday it will probe reports of control the capital. “We will verify these
nine children were among the dead. Thursday as a form of idolatry. an ai rs t ri k e t arg et i n g a g at h eri n g o f claims and provide media outlets with any
The officials spoke on condition of female mourners near the capital, which information we obtain.”

They see it’s not fair. You take a look at some Stephen Bannon’s decree that the media are Russia and talked down several reporters

TRUMP
Continued from page 1
of your shows and you see the bias and the
hatred.”
The hastily called news conference was not
“the opposition party.”
Trump had put claims of press prejudice at
the center of his campaign in an unprece-
before they could finish their questions.
On one subject in the news, he did defend
the national security adviser he recently
on the White House’s original schedule for dented way and earlier this month falsely fired.
Thursday, and some of Trump’s own aides accused the media of refusing to cover terror- But he also made a point of complimenting
primed to unload on his favorite targets. were surprised when the president let slip at a ist attacks across the world. Though a softball inquiry about the first lady as “a
In nearly an hour and a half at the lectern, morning meeting that he would hold the Thursday’s news conference was a messy, very nice question.” He teased CNN reporter
Trump bullied reporters, dismissed facts and event in the East Room just hours later. fact-challenged affair, it may well have been Jim Acosta for having the same last name as
then cracked a few caustic jokes — a combi- The performance was vintage Trump, a cheered by Trump supporters across the coun- his new pick for labor secretary — Alexander
nation that once made the candidate irre- throwback to the messy, zinger-filled news try who had packed arenas last year to jeer Acosta, whose appointment was ostensibly
sistible cable TV fodder. Now in office, he conferences he held during the early stages of reporters and chant “tell the truth” at the the reason for the news conference — and
went even further, blaming the media for all his campaign. And, when combined with a press pen.
but sinking his not-yet-launched attempt to said he asked his staff to make sure the men
rally slated for Saturday in Florida, it An Associated Press-GfK poll taken on the weren’t related.
“make a deal” with Moscow. appeared to be the start of a one-two punch eve of the election revealed that 87 percent of
That matters, Trump said in one of his There were startling moments aplenty.
meant to re-energize a president whose White Trump’s supporters saw the media as biased He chided a Jewish reporter wearing a kip-
many improvisational asides, because he’d House in recent days has been buffeted by cri- against him.
been briefed and “I can tell you ... nuclear pah for asking a question about anti-
sis and paralyzed by dysfunction. Trump retains support among
holocaust would be like no other.” Semitism. He asked an African-American
Yet it was a far cry from the “buck stops Republicans, and solid majorities of
This was his and his aides’ attempt to get here” mantra popularized by Harry Truman reporter whether she could help set up a meet-
Americans say he is following through on
the boss his groove back. Trump used the and other presidents who believed that the his promises and is viewed as a strong leader, ing with the Congressional Black Caucus. He
event to try to claw his young administration ultimate responsibility for any White House according to a Gallup survey. But his overall displayed a rare moment of introspection
back from the brink after a defeat in court and struggles lay with the president himself. job approval rating is much lower than those when he discussed his love for kids amid his
the forced resignation of his top national Trump was eager to assign blame elsewhere, of past presidents at the same point in their “very, very hard” decision whether to poten-
security adviser. ignoring the nation’s healthy economy and administrations. According to a Pew tially deport young immigrants who came to
He taunted reporters and waved away their relative peace when he took office to say “to Research Center survey, 39 percent of the United States illegally as children.
attempts to fact-check him in real time. He be honest, I inherited a mess, a mess, at Americans approve of his job performance But mostly it was Trump’s bravado on dis-
(incorrectly) touted his Electoral College home and abroad, a mess.” while 56 percent disapprove. play, as when he incorrectly asserted that his
total and repeatedly blasted his November He mostly blamed the media for his woes, For all of Trump’s complaints, he appeared Electoral College victory had been the
opponent — somehow mentioning Hillary rebuffing suggestions that he was undermin- to delight in sparring with reporters in what largest of any president since Ronald Reagan
Clinton more than anyone else in his defense ing confidence in the press or threatening was only his second news conference since — and then simply dismissed a reporter’s
of his administration’s early days. He the First Amendment by trying to convince last July. Several times he extended the event attempt to correct him.
bragged that his White House is “a fine-tuned the nation that “the press honestly is out of in order to field more questions. “Well, I don’t know, I was given that infor-
machine” and claimed “there has never been a control.” Not that he answered them all. He dodged mation,” said Trump. “But it was a very sub-
presidency that has done so much in such a “The press has become so dishonest that if inquiries about his campaign’s links to stantial victory, do you agree with that?”
short period of time.” we don’t talk about it, we are doing a tremen-
If only the news media would give him dous disservice to the American people,” he
credit. Over and over, he accused the political said. “Tremendous disservice.”
press of being dishonest and suggested that
Never before has a president stood in the
any negative coverage of his administration
White House and so publicly maligned the
was “fake news.” He unloaded a torrent of
press or attacked reporters by name, accord-
grievances while positioning himself as the
ing to presidential historians. Not even
stand-in for the everyman, who, he declared,

Back or
Richard Nixon in the days of Watergate.
hates and distrusts reporters as much as he
“It was bizarre theater,” said Douglas
does.
Brinkley, a professor of history at Rice
“The press — the public doesn’t believe
University. “He turned a presidential press

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you people anymore. Now, maybe I had
conference into a reality TV show in which
something to do with that. I don’t know. But
he can be the star and browbeat anyone who
they don’t believe you,” Trump charged. “But
objects to him with the power of his office.”
you’ve got to be at least a little bit fair, and
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