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Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 XVII, Edition 167

New owner for Fox Theatre Sale leaseback agreement means current owners will stay on to operate for four years
By Anna Schuessler estate, and we acquisition and development includ- that we were in the real estate busi-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF look forward to ing many in Palo Alto and at one ness first, and the entertainment
our stewardship time the Bridgepointe Shopping business second, said Lori
Redwood Citys well-known Fox of this historic Center in San Mateo. One of his cur- Lochtefeld in a press release. So
Theatre is changing hands to a new property, Pau rent projects is redeveloping the the decision to sell, but continue to
owner, real estate investor Peter said in a press Vallco Shopping Mall in Cupertino. operate, is consistent with our
Pau, but current owners Eric and Lori release. In a sale leaseback of the proper- goals and we are very proud of the
Lochtefeld will stay on to continue Peter Pau, ty, Eric and Lori Lochtefeld have great return on investment we have
the theaters entertainment tradi- principal and agreed to continue to lease and oper- provided both our community and
tion. founder of Sand Peter Pau ate the Fox Theatre for the next four our investors.
We see the Fox Theatre as the Hill Property years.
crown jewel of Redwood City real Company, has a history of property We have said from the beginning
Lori and Eric Lochtefeld See FOX, Page 20

Caltrain buys time

for electrification
Transit agency negotiates extension with
contractors after feds delay grant decision
By Samantha Weigel budget.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Caltrain may spend $20 million
on the four-month extension for it
As Caltrain works to navigate a to secure a federal commitment and
rocky path in its quest to modernize preserve the contractors agreed
and electrify the regional rail sys- upon nearly $2 billion price tag for
tem, the transit agency bought some the electrification project. With the
time to keep the project on track cost already increasing nearly $500
while federal funding remains large- million over the last few years, sup-
ly uncertain. porters note timing is of the
After being dealt a powerful blow essence.
by the Federal Transit Engineering firms have already
Administration opting to delay a designed plans to electrify 51 miles
decision on a critical $647 million of track and create new trains, with
grant, Caltrain announced Monday construction now hinging on the
it negotiated with engineering con- FTA. The project has been touted as
U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier speaks during Saturdays town hall meeting in Half Moon Bay. More than 1,400 people environmentally beneficial, able to
joined for the discussion that covered a wide range of issues. Below, coastside resident Sheila Fellows, right, tractors to extend a critical deadline
to initiate construction agreements help alleviate congestion in one of
holds a poster expressing support for Planned Parenthood after asking Speier a question. the worlds most economically-pro-
from March 1 to June 30.

A conversation about America The negotiations were prompted

by the FTAs Feb. 17 announcement
it would defer a decision until the
ductive corridors and slated to create
9,600 jobs across the country.

U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier holds well-attended town hall in Half Moon Bay Trump administration unveils its See CALTRAIN, Page 8
By Samantha Weigel
Trump budget has big surge for
Children and seniors, Democrats
and Republicans, union represen-
tatives in ball caps and women in
military but big cuts elsewhere
knitted pink hats were among the By Andrew Taylor fill the
broad swath of the community THE ASSOCIATED PRESS R e p ub l i c a n
gathered on the coast Saturday, p r e s i de n t s
Feb. 25, to greet their congress- WASHINGTON President camp ai g n
woman and air grievances with the Donald Trump is proposing a huge pledge to boost
federal government. $54 billion surge in U.S. military Pen t ag o n
U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San spending for new aircraft, ships spending while
Mateo, hosted a Saturday town and fighters in his first federal targeting the
hall in Half Moon Bay where more budget while slashing big chunks budgets of other
than 1,400 people lined gymnasi- from domestic programs and for- Donald Trump federal agen-
um bleachers to ask questions, eign aid to make the government cies. The
express fears about the newly do more with less. topline figures emerged
elected president and encourage The Trump blueprint, due in Monday, one day before Trumps
more detail next month, would ful-
See SPEIER, Page 20 See BUDGET, Page 8

Thought for the Day

Education is learning what you didnt even
know you didnt know.
Daniel J. Boorstin, American historian,
educator and Librarian of Congress (1914-2004).

The Associated Press reported that the

1917 United States had obtained a diplomat-

ic communication sent by German
Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmermann
to a German official in Mexico; the
Zimmermann Note, which had been
intercepted and decoded by Britain,
proposed a German alliance with
Mexico and Japan should the U.S.
enter World War I. (Outrage over the
telegram helped propel America into
the conflict.)
In 1 8 4 4 , a 12-inch gun aboard the USS Princeton explod-
ed as the ship was sailing on the Potomac River, killing
Secretary of State Abel P. Upshur, Navy Secretary Thomas
W. Gilmer and several others.
In 1 8 6 1 , the Territory of Colorado was organized.
In 1 9 4 2 , the heavy cruiser USS Houston and the Australian
light cruiser HMAS Perth were attacked by Japanese forces
during the World War II Battle of Sunda Strait; both were
sunk shortly after midnight on March 1 with a total loss of
more than 1,000 men. REUTERS
Farmlands near Morris, Manitoba, Canada are flooded by the Red River.
In 1 9 5 3 , scientists James D. Watson and Francis H.C.
Crick announced they had discovered the double-helix struc-
ture of DNA.
In 1 9 6 0 , a day after defeating the Soviets at the Winter In other news ...
Games in Squaw Valley, California, the United States won A PwC representa- La Land team gave three acceptance
its first Olympic hockey gold medal by defeating
Oscar gaffe makes for a tive declined com- speeches.
Czechoslovakia, 9-4. whodunit: is tweet ment Monday on PwC, which originated in London over
In 1 9 6 7 , American magazine publisher Henry R. Luce died the smoking gun? whether Cullinans a century ago and has handled Oscar bal-
in Phoenix, Arizona, at age 68. social-media use loting for 82 years, was quick to apolo-
LOS ANGELES Moments before he might have con- gize to the movies involved, Beatty,
handed out the wrong envelope in one of tributed to the fiasco
Birthdays the worst gaffes in Academy Award histo- that launched count-
Dunaway and viewers, but has yet to fully
explain what happened.
ry, PwC accountant Brian Cullinan tweet- less punchlines, On paper, the process seems straight-
ed a behind-the-scenes photo of winner memes and a probe of forward. As per protocol, Brian Cullinan
Emma Stone holding her statuette. Best Brian Cullinan
what went wrong. and PwC colleague Martha Ruiz toted
Actress Emma Stone backstage! the The embarrassing episode stepped briefcases to the awards via the red carpet,
tweet read. squarely on what should have been a each holding an identical set of envelopes
Its one potential clue in the whodunit night of high-fiving for the academy. for the shows 24 categories. The account-
that Sundays ceremony became after pre- After last years awards were clouded by ants also memorize the winners.
senters Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty the (hash)OscarsSoWhite protests, During the telecast, the accountants
mistakenly proclaimed La La Land as diversity ruled Sunday as actors Viola were stationed in the Dolby Theatre
the best-picture winner instead of Davis (Fences) and Mahershala Ali wings, one stage left and one stage right,
Auto racer Mario Actress Rae Dawn Country singer Moonlight. (Moonlight) were among the people of
Andretti is 77. Chong is 56. Jason Aldean is 40. to give presenters their categorys enve-
Cullinan was one of two accountants color claiming trophies, while lope before they went on stage. Most pre-
Architect Frank Gehry is 88. Actor Gavin MacLeod is 86. for PwC, formerly Price Waterhouse Moonlight focused on African- senters entered stage right, where
Singer Sam the Sham is 80. Actor-director-dancer Tommy Tune Coopers, tasked with doling out the American characters. Cullinan was posted and where he handed
is 78. Actor Frank Bonner is 75. Actress Kelly Bishop is 73. envelopes containing winners names to Instead, the academy, PwC and the Beatty and Dunaway the errant envelope.
Actress Stephanie Beacham is 70. Writer-director Mike Figgis the presenters. But the envelope that media were scrambling to figure out Yet the previous award, best actress, had
is 69. Actress Mercedes Ruehl is 69. Actress Bernadette Peters Cullinan gave to Dunaway and Beatty how such a monumental goof could been presented by Leonardo DiCaprio,
is 69. Former Energy Secretary Steven Chu is 69. Actress was a duplicate of the previously have occurred after decades of follow- who entered stage left and received the
Ilene Graff is 68. Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul announced win for Stone, not for best ing essentially the same formula. An envelope from Ruiz. That left a duplicate,
Krugman is 64. Comedian Gilbert Gottfried is 62. Basketball picture. Oscar gaffe that came close occurred in unopened envelope for best actress at
Hall of Famer Adrian Dantley is 62. Actor John Turturro is 60. 1964, when Sammy Davis was given stage right.
The photo tweeted by Cullinan, which
the wrong envelope for best music
Rock singer Cindy Wilson is 60. Actress Maxine Bahns is was first reported Monday by The Wall Its a simple process, if a painstaking
score winner but made a quick correc-
48. Actor Robert Sean Leonard is 48. Rock singer Pat Street Journal, would have been taken in one, said Dan Lyle, who had Oscar duties
Monahan is 48. Author Daniel Handler (aka Lemony the minutes leading up to the top picture for Price Waterhouse for 11 years in the
The La La Land-Moonlight mix-
Snicket) is 47. Actress Tasha Smith is 46. Actor Rory award raising the question of whether up, in contrast, took a painfully long 1980s and 90s. Accountants attended
Cochrane is 45. Actress Ali Larter is 41. Country singer Jason the accountant was distracted from the time to be announced, with two-plus rehearsals to learn whether presenters
Aldean is 40. Actor Geoffrey Arend is 39. Actress Michelle task at hand. Although the tweet had been minutes elapsing before it was would enter from the right or left. But
Horn is 30. Actress True OBrien (TV: Days of Our Lives) is deleted from the social media site, a copy announced to the moviemakers and the given the possibility of last-minute
23. Actress Madisen Beaty is 22. Actress Quinn Shephard is of it was kept by Google and available world at large. During that time, the La changes, both accountants had a full set of
22. Actor Bobbe J. Thompson is 21. through a cache page. envelopes.


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Police reports
Community rallies to help family Weird and gross
A man stole socks from a store and spit
Fundraising effort underway to help family displaced by Belmont fire on someone on his way out on Veterans
Boulevard in Redwood City before
By Anna Schuessler have been living at a nearby hotel using 12:38 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF vouchers provided by the American Red
Cross. But Tara, her husband Jorge, along
with their two daughters, aged 10 and 5, and
A set of spare clothes and the pajamas
they were wearing make up the majority of
8-year-old son, need to move out before REDWOOD CITY
Wednesday, and Jessica Tara is not sure
what Jessica Tara and her family were left Burg l ary. A house was broken into and
where they will go. The family moved into
with after smoke from a fire in their apart- cash was stolen on Whipple Avenue before
their apartment in 2009, and was paying
ment building ravaged their home last 8:05 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21.
$1,750 per month in rent when Tuesdays
Tuesday. Di s t urb an c e . A man was threatening
fire displaced them. She said they are now
Urged by her daughter not to cry as fire- someone on Leahy Street before 8:59 a.m.
looking at paying close to twice that
fighters put out the fire in the unit below Tuesday, Feb. 21.
amount to stay in Belmont, where the fami-
theirs, Tara has been reassuring her three Reckl es s dri v i ng . A driver in a red Jeep
ly has lived for years.
children that their current situation in a was speeding on a flooded road on Hoover
We really need to have something like
hotel is temporary. While questions race in Street before 5:01 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20.
affordable housing, also rent control,
her mind as to whats next for her family, Theft. A man stole clothing from a busi-
because right now, everyone here works at
the Belmont community is pooling ness on Walnut Street before 6:38 p.m.
Facebook or Google, she said. Not all of
resources through a GoFundMe campaign to Sunday, Feb. 19.
The Tara familys children in a photo posted us have those salaries.
help the Taras and another family get back Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . A woman
on the GoFundMe page to help them find a For Jessica Tara, who is paid hourly for
on their feet. was dumping garbage on Main Street before
new place to live. her work as a translator for the Belmont
Were really in a situation [where] we 4:59 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19.
Librarys Project Read program, and Jorge
dont know what to do, she said. A lot of Vandal i s m. A window was broken on
apartment. But when she turned back toward Tara, who works at a pest control company,
people are trying to help to get stuff for us. Kentfield Avenue before 12:50 p.m. Sunday,
the building, she saw flames in the unit this means they might have to consider
Im thinking, where are we going to put Feb. 19.
below hers. housing much father away. Their eldest
it? Vandal i s m. A vehicles tires were slashed
Thats when I started to freak out, she daughter, a fifth-grader at Fox Elementary
Tuesdays fire started in the unit below on Chestnut Street before 5:29 p.m. Friday,
said. I thought everythings going to be School, received a scholarship to attend
Taras in an 1121 Village Drive apartment Feb. 17.
burned. Notre Dame Elementary School next year,
building, near Carlmont High School. Tara, Di s turbance. Two men were fighting on
Firefighters put out the fire in an estimat- and now Jessica Tara isnt sure she will be
38, was taking time off from her work at the Broadway before 3:42 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17.
ed 30 minutes, which left significant fire able to bring her daughter to her sixth-grade
Belmont Library to spend time with her damage in the kitchen and living room in classes should they move away from
kids, who were on a one-week vacation the unit below Taras apartment, where a 65- Belmont.
from Fox Elementary School. She remem- year-old woman lived with her son and We are a family that believes in educa- Theft. A wallet was stolen from a purse at
bers going into the kitchen at around 8 a.m. daughter-in-law. tion, she said. I always try to get the best Costco on South Airport Boulevard before
to make breakfast when she smelled smoke Belmont police Capt. Patrick Halleran education for my kids. 1:48 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13.
coming through a window to their apart- said those involved in the fires investiga- Struck by the urgent needs of the families Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . A group of
ment from the apartment below them. tion have ruled it as an accident but have yet men were trying to take a truck on Armour
Tara told her children to get their shoes to identify a specific cause. Though the See BELMONT, Page 19 Avenue before 2:55 a.m. Monday, Feb. 13.
and jackets on, and rushed the three of them other nine tenants of the 11-unit building
into their car so she could move it onto the have been able to return to their homes,
street outside the building and away from Halleran said he didnt think the Taras and
the unit, which was filling with smoke. She the family living below them would be able
remembers telling her children to stay in to move back into their apartments any
the car and not move so she could retrieve time soon.
her cellphone, which she had left in the Since Tuesdays fire, Tara and her family

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Millbrae eyes interim recreation center

Officials consider hiring builder for temporary facility during rebuild process
By Austin Walsh before officials.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Officials would like the interim site to house recreation staff, In other business at the meeting, coun-
as well as a business counter plus flexible rooms cilmembers stand to formally adopt
As a temporary means of filling the void
left in wake of an arson fire claiming the
able to accommodate meetings, classes and events. increased building fees charged to develop-
ers wishing to build in the 116-acre site near
Millbrae Recreation Center, officials are the citys train station.
considering building an interim facility to full compensation for the value lost in the site.
house community enrichment programs. fire. While groundwork is being laid for the Builders should pay about $25,900 per
The Millbrae City Council will consider Two teens were arrested in late July last permanent center, officials would like the new residential unit, $6, 300 per hotel
Tuesday, Feb. 28, paying $1.18 million to year and charged on suspicion of starting interim site to house recreation staff, as room, $45 per square foot of retail space, $9
Design Space Modular Buildings for con- the early-morning blaze claiming the center well as a business counter plus flexible per square foot of office space and $4.55 per
struction of a temporary Recreation Center constructed nearly 50 years ago. A subse- rooms able to accommodate meetings, square foot of industrial space, under the
while officials develop plans for rebuilding quent investigation found the building was classes and events, according to the report. most recently recommended rates.
the permanent structure. ignited accidentally. Should councilmembers approve hiring The two builders proposing to construct a
Officials scrambled immediately follow- Officials have since held a series of com- the modular contractor, they would begin combined 800 new residential units,
ing the July arson fire to find adequate facil- munity meetings designed to collect input surveying available public parking lots on 77,000 square feet of retail space, more than
ities throughout Millbrae and neighboring from residents regarding the services and city lands to host the facility, according to 436,000 square feet of offices and a hotel in
cities to house the variety of displaced pro- design of the new building which officials the report. Officials are hopeful to move the area surrounding the joint Millbrae
grams while concurrently seeking a more are hopeful to begin constructing late next into the temporary center by April. Caltrain and Bay Area Rapid Transit station
reliable and sustainable solution. year or early 2019. Some officials have sug- Three qualified bidders expressed interest have opposed the fee hikes, claiming they
Financing for the interim project will be gested a bond or tax measure might be nec- in the project, and the preferred alternative are too burdensome.
available through the $2.5 million paid by essary to finance construction of a modern identified by city staff is the lowest offered
the citys insurer, according to a city report facility offering the variety of amenities quote. The two other applicants suggested Officials recently decreased the amount
which anticipates the temporary building sought by residents. the project would cost more than $1 mil- sought for a new residential unit by $5,000,
could be used for two or three years. Councilmembers agreed last year to hire a lion. but said they believed the fees overall are
Once the permanent building is eventual- consultant charged with leading officials The selected bidder will also supply an fair and comparable to rate charged in
ly finished, the temporary facility could through the rebuild process. A subcommit- additional modular office and temporary neighboring communities.
have some resale value as well, according to tee responsible for overseeing the process generator to power the facilities, pushing The Millbrae City Council meets 7 p.m.
the report. Officials are still engaged in recommended pursuing the interim center the proposal sought from the council to Tuesday, Feb. 28, in council chambers, 621
negotiations with the insurer regarding the while developing plans for the replacement $1.18 million, according to the deal going Magnolia Ave.
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Arag o n Hi g h Scho o l was award-
Obituaries She will be greatly missed by her brother, James Farmer and
sister in law Vickie Farmer, her daughter Catherine Gauthier ed $25,000 by the Co unci l o n
and son-in-law Michael, her son David Saarela and daughter- Internati o nal Educati o n
Rebeca (Sandoval) Allen in-law Alysia, her grandchildren: Grant Saarela, Savannah Ex chang e to finance scholarships
Rebeca (Sandoval) Allen died peacefully Saturday, Feb. 18, Saarela, and Gunner Saarela, her great-granddaughter Brinley for students interested in studying
2017. Gauthier, her friends, her co-workers and her students. abroad.
Born in Mexico City on Oct. 29, 1918, she grew up in El A memorial service will be 4 p.m. March 2,at Messiah The San Mateo high school was
Paso, Texas. Graduating valedictorian from her vocational Lutheran Church in Redwood City. among the eight Northern California
school business, she worked for various In lieu of flowers, a donation in support of a childrens schools recognized by the national
small businesses. Rebeca met her hus- charity, a wildlife conservation organization, or veterans organization for demonstrating an
band, Daniel Edgar (Ed) Allen, during organization is requested. outstanding commitment to offering global education oppor-
World War II. They married in 1947. They tunities to a wide variety of students.
lived in several locations ultimately set- Shelley Suzanne Germen ***
tling in Burlingame, California, in 1961. Shelley Suzanne Germen, born Feb. 22, 1953, died Feb. St. Pi us Scho o l in Redwood City hosted an open house
After raising her family, she resumed her 25, 2017. and community service day in celebration of Nati o nal
career as office manager for Autohaus She was a resident of San Mateo. Catho l i c Scho o l s Week, spanning Sunday, Jan. 29
Schmid, then eventually kept records for Mother of two (Grant and Paige), mother-in-law (George), through Friday, Feb. 3.
Eds accounting practice. She was very wife (to Bob), sister (to Blaine and Bonnie), daughter and Prospective students and their families as well as commu-
Rebeca Allen active in numerous charitable groups: best friend to many.Shelley fought long and hard with her nity members were invited to an open house and pancake
American Heart Association, Serra battle against breast cancer. Even after her breakfast event at the school, 1100 Woodside Road. Students
Residential Center, OLA Altar Society president and others. first diagnosis, Shelley always smiled, and teachers were available to offer tours and answer ques-
She is survived by her sister Maggie Armendariz; her four laughed, cheered and brightened the room tions.
children Daniel, Samuel, Michael Allen and Evelyn Klopfer; and hearts of many. Whoever she came in ***
four grandchildren Rachel, Tiffany, Kathryn, Brittany; plus, contact with, Shelley was joyful, loving, An anonymous donor granted $250,000 to the La Ho nda-
five great-grandchildren: Terra, Vincent, Guiliana, Joseph and upbeat and caring. Pes cadero Uni fi ed Scho o l Di s tri ct to improve science
Brandon. She lived her life in the Bay Area, born curriculum.
Viewing is on Monday, February 27 at 6 pm, Chapel of the in Santa Rosa, raised in South San The money will be paid toward supporting science educa-
Highlands, El Camino Real at 194 Millwood Drive, Millbrae. Francisco, and lived in San Mateo. tion, teacher professional development, materials and sup-
A funeral mass will be noon Tuesday, Feb. 28 at Our Lady of Shelley graduated from El Camino High plies, consultants and coaches, technology and more, accord-
Angels Church; 1721 Hillside Drive, Burlingame. ing to an email from Superi ntendent Amy Wo o l i ev er.
Shelley Germen School, and worked until retirement at I am thankful and honored to accept this donation as this
Donations in her memory can be made to the Cerebral Palsy San Mateo High School. Shelley lived a
Association of San Mateo County. wonderful life, full of travels, new experiences, fortune and fund provides a legacy of support for our teachers and students
fun. as we implement the Nex t Generati o n Sci ence
Melba Reece Mallon May she rest in loving, happy, eternal peace. We love you Standards , she said, in a prepared statement. LHPUSD is
Shelley. fortunate to have a forward-thinking individual who under-
Melba Reece Mallon, a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, a long- stands the importance of science and believes in our children
time resident of San Mateo, California, and retiree after 33 Family and friends may visit: Graveside: Sacramento
Valley National Cemetery 5810 Midway Road Dixon, CA, and teachers.
years with the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School ***
District, died Aug. 28, 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona, at age 96. 95620
Donations to: Paige Cuevas 752128 2017: AVON 39 The Thirteen graduates of Mercy Hi g h Scho o l in Burlingame
Melba served her country during World War II as a sergeant returned in January to talk to the senior class about their
in the U.S. Marine Corps, stationed at Walk to End Breast Cancer: San Francisco. You may donate
online at experience in college and the challenges associated with
Cherry Point, N.C. She volunteered with adjusting to a new school, among other issues. Current high
the American Red Cross during her years AVON 39 is a program of the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade.
schoolers were also able to ask questions regarding success-
as a military spouse, traveled widely with ful tips and trips for the transition to college.
friends and family, and always enjoyed Susan Saarela
playing the music of her era on piano for Susan Saarela died at home Feb. 21, 2017, at the age of 74.
all. A longtime resident of the Bay Area, she spent the past 38
Survived by her daughter Cynthia M. years working with the children of Redwood City as a special
Conley, son-in-law Jerry L. Conley, needs classroom assistant; most recently at Selby Lane
Melba Mallon granddaughters Mary S., Daniella M. and Elementary School.
Nicole D. Conley, and great-granddaugh- She was preceded in death by her parents Raymond and
ter Frances Z. Conley. Dorothy Farmer, and her husband, Edward Saarela.
A Celebration of Life will be 1 p.m. March 9 at Spinnaker She will be greatly missed by her brother, James Farmer and
Cove Club House, 760 Sea Spray Lane, Foster City, sister in law Vickie Farmer, her daughter Catherine Gauthier
California. Services will be at Arlington National Cemetery and son-in-law Michael, her son David Saarela and daughter-
June 12. in-law Alysia, her grandchildren: Grant Saarela, Savannah
Susan Saarela died at home Feb. 21, 2017, at the age of 74. Saarela, and Gunner Saarela, her great-granddaughter Brinley
A longtime resident of the Bay Area, she spent the past 38 Gauthier, her friends, her co-workers and her students.
years working with the children of Redwood City as a special A memorial service will be 4 p.m. March 2,at Messiah
needs classroom assistant; most recently at Selby Lane Lutheran Church in Redwood City.
Elementary School. In lieu of flowers, a donation in support of a childrens
She was preceded in death by her parents Raymond and charity, a wildlife conservation organization, or veterans
Dorothy Farmer, and her husband, Edward Saarela. organization is requested.

public transit since he does not own a vehicle.

Local briefs Anyone who sees Nash is asked to call Redwood City
police at (650) 780-7118.
Redwood City police still
searching for missing 72-year-old man Small plane bound for San Jose
REDWOOD CITY Police are continuing to seek an at- crashes in Southern California
risk 72-year-old man who went missing over the weekend in
Redwood City. A small plane bound for Mineta San Jose International
Horace Greely Nash walked away from a care home in Airport crashed under unknown circumstances Monday in
Redwood City on Saturday morning without telling staff Southern California, according to a spokesman for the
members and was last seen near the corner of Brewster Federal Aviation Administration.
Avenue and Duane Street, according to police. The Cessna 310 crashed roughly one-half mile northeast
He was then reported missing at about 3 p.m. of Riverside Municipal Airport, according to spokesman
Nash is described as a black man who is 6 feet 1 inch tall Ian Gregor.
and weighs about 150 pounds. He was last seen wearing a The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will
dark green jacket and gray pants. investigate the crash, Gregor said.
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Removal of lawmaker to be investigated Around the state

San Franciscos Market Street shut
By Jonathan J. Cooper D-Los Angeles, said at statement saying Democrats have failed to down after Jewish center threat
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the start of Mondays acknowledge wrongdoing.
Senate session. As such, Their continued attempts to mischarac- SAN FRANCISCO A block of a main
we should always err on terize this incident as a result of a lack of avenue in the heart of San Francisco was shut
SACRAMENTO Californias Senate
the side of more free understanding of the rules is a quick jump to down for about two hours after a bomb threat
leader said Monday that he takes full
speech and not less. So judgment and wrong, Nguyens statement was received in the offices of the Anti-
responsibility after a senator was removed
last Thursday we failed to said. I hope that never again, a sitting sen- Defamation League.
from the chamber last week a stunning
keep faith with this his- ator will go through the trauma of being San Francisco Police Capt. Teresa Ewins
and extraordinarily unusual move that raised
torical standard. forcibly removed from the Senate floor. says the 700 block of Market Street was
questions about the Legislatures commit-
Every senator has a Nguyen lived in South Vietnam as a child closed off Monday after the ADLs reception-
ment to free speech. Janet Nguyen
right to speak in on and fled with her family after its U.S.- ist received a bomb threat over the phone.
Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon
behalf of his or her constituents, de Leon backed government fell. Her Senate district Officers went through each floor and
said the incident was not one of the Senates
said. includes the largest concentration of reopened the area at around 7 p.m.
finest moments and will be investigated by
Nguyen, a Republican from Orange Vietnamese people outside of Vietnam. ADL CEO Jonathan A. Greenblatt says the
the Rules Committee. Security officials ush-
County, initially said she was swayed by the Many fled South Vietnam and blame the ADL has received more than 90 reports of
ered Sen. Janet Nguyen off the floor on
support she received from fellow senators, U.S. anti-war movement for undermining anti-Semitic incidents or threats against chil-
Thursday when she refused to stop deliver-
saying the public discussion Monday reaf- American forces and contributing to the vic- drens schools and community centers since
ing a speech critical of former Sen. Tom
firms my faith in Americas deep belief in tory by the communist North. the beginning of the year.
Haydens activism opposing the Vietnam
War. the democratic process of freedom of Senate Minority Leader Jean Fuller, R-
Here, we make policy. And the tools of speech. Bakersfield, called for a public investiga-
Judge blocks California law protecting
our trade are our words and ideas, de Leon, But about two hours later, her office sent a tion of the incident and an apology. officials privacy
SACRAMENTO A judge has ruled that
supporters of gun owners rights are free to
SpaceX will fly two to moon next year publish the home addresses and telephone
numbers of California state lawmakers who
voted for firearms restrictions.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and are very serious about it, he noted. conference, a day after teasing via Twitter
Fly me to the moon ... Ok, Musk said in that an announcement of some sort was U.S. Chief District Judge Lawrence ONeill
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. SpaceX said a light-hearted tweet following the news forthcoming. of Fresno issued a preliminary injunction
Monday it will fly two people to the moon conference. Theyre certainly not naive, and well do Monday blocking a state law that lets public
next year, a feat not attempted since NASAs Musk said SpaceX is on track to launch everything we can to minimize that risk, officials demand that their private informa-
Apollo heyday close to astronauts to the International Space but its not zero. But theyre coming into tion be removed from the internet.
half a century ago. Station for NASA in mid-2018. This moon this with their eyes open, said Musk, The Legislatures lawyer had demanded that
Tech billionaire Elon mission would follow about six months adding that the pair will receive extensive advocates remove lawmakers information
Musk the companys later, by the end of the year under the current training before the flight. from their websites.
founder and chief execu- schedule, using a Dragon crew capsule and a Musk said he does not have permission to ONeill ruled that the state law is too broad
tive officer announced Falcon heavy rocket launched from NASAs release the passengers names, and he was and violates the advocates free speech rights.
the surprising news bare- former moon pad in Florida. hesitant to even say if they were men,
ly a week after launching If all goes as planned, it could happen women or even pilots. He would only admit, Dam spillway shut off to clear debris
his first rocket from close to the 50th anniversary of NASAs Its nobody from Hollywood. OROVILLE California water authorities
NASAs legendary moon first manned flight to the moon, on Apollo The paying passengers would make a long stopped the flow of water down the Oroville
Elon Musk pad. 8. loop around the moon, skimming the lunar Dams crippled spillway Monday, allowing
Two people who know The SpaceX moonshot is designed to be surface and then going well beyond, per- workers to start clearing out massive debris
one another approached the company about autonomous unless something goes haps 300,000 or 400,000 miles distance thats blocking a hydroelectric plant from
sending them on a weeklong flight just wrong, Musk said. altogether. Its about 240,000 miles to the working.
beyond the moon, according to Musk. He I think they are entering this with their moon alone, one way. Water will not be released for the next five
wont identify the pair or the price tag. eyes open, knowing that there is some risk The mission would not involve a lunar to seven days, in the hopes that workers can
Theyve already paid a significant deposit here, Musk told reporters in the telephone landing. remove between 500,000 and 1 million cubic
yards of debris by barge and excavator.
THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 7
Trump looks to refocus his presidency in address to Congress
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS going to start spending on aside his feuds with the media, the intelligence advisers scrambling to write a new travel and
infrastructure big. community and the courts, which have over- immigration directive, which the president is
WASHINGTON President Donald Trumps The White House said shadowed the partys policy priorities. expected to sign on Wednesday.
first address to Congress gives him a welcome Trump has been gathering Results arent going to come from that, Morale is also plummeting among some
opportunity to refocus his young administra- ideas for the address from said Judd Gregg, the former Republican senator White House staffers following a string of
tion on the core economic issues that helped the series of listening ses- from New Hampshire. Results are going to leaks that have left aides questioning each
him get elected and, his allies hope, to move sions hes been holding come from driving the policies he said he would other. On Sunday, Politico reported that White
beyond the distractions and self-inflicted with law enforcement offi- do. House press secretary Sean Spicer had sprung
wounds that have roiled his White House. cials, union representa- The pressure from Republican lawmakers surprise phone checks for members of his
Trumps advisers say he will use his prime- Donald Trump tives, coal miners and oth- makes this a critical moment for a new presi- communications team after details from a staff
time speech Tuesday to declare early progress ers. Aides said he was still dent who ran for office on a pledge to swiftly meeting were made public.
on his campaign promises, including with- tinkering with the speech Monday night. shake up Washington and follow through on In public, Trump has continued to speak
drawing the U.S. from a sweeping Pacific Rim Republicans, impatient to begin making the failed promises of career politicians. about his presidency with his usual confident
trade pact, and to map a path ahead on thorny headway on an ambitious legislative agenda, While most new presidents enjoy a honey- bluster, declaring that theres never been a
legislative priorities, including health care and hope Trump arrives on Capitol Hill armed with moon period, Trump is saddled with record low presidency thats done so much in such a short
infrastructure spending. specifics on replacing the Obamacare health approval ratings just 44 percent of period of time. But hes privately vented frus-
We spend billions in the Middle East, but we law and overhauling the nations tax system, Americans approve of his job performance, trations to friends and associates, particularly
have potholes all over the country, Trump said two issues hes so far talked about in mostly according to a new NBC News/Wall Street about what he sees as the ineffectiveness of the
Monday as he previewed the address during a general terms. More broadly, some Journal survey. His most sweeping executive White Houses communications efforts and the
meeting with the nations governors. Were Republicans are anxious for the president to set order was blocked by federal courts, sending scattershot nature of his first weeks in office.

Pentagon presented counter-IS plan to White House

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS results of a 30-day strategy review at a Syria and Iraq. what it means to defeat the group, which he
Cabinet-level meeting of the National Officials familiar with the review have said wouldnt reveal to reporters.
WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Jim Security Council. Its unclear whether the It also includes some individual actions
Mattis on Monday gave the White House a it will likely lead to decisions that mean more
meeting included Trump, who said last week U.S. military involvement in Syria, and pos- that will require decisions by the White
plan to rapidly defeat his goal is to obliterate IS. House, Davis said, but its not a check-the-
the Islamic State group, a sibly more ground troops, even as the current
White House press secretary Sean Spicer U.S. plan in Iraq appears to be working and block, pick A or B or C kind of a plan.
Pentagon spokesman said said Mattis was ensuring that he had input
Monday. The strategy will require fewer changes. The officials This is a broad plan, he said. It is glob-
from other Cabinet agencies. werent authorized to speak publicly about al. It is not just military. It is not just
includes significant ele-
ments of the approach That can help guide where we go from the document and demanded anonymity. Iraq/Syria.
President Donald Trump here, Spicer said. Davis described the Mattis report as a Beyond military options, the officials
inherited, while potential- Davis said details of the report are classified framework for a broader discussion of a strat- familiar with the review said the report
ly deepening U.S. military secret. egy to be developed over time, rather than a increases emphasis on nonmilitary elements
involvement in Syria. It is a plan to rapidly defeat ISIS, Davis ready-to-execute military plan. In a Jan. 28 of the campaign already underway, such as
Jim Mattis
Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said, using the Pentagons preferred acronym executive order, Trump said he wanted within efforts to squeeze IS finances, limit recruiting
said Mattis, who traveled to Iraq last week to for the group, which has proven resilient 30 days a preliminary draft of a plan to and counter propaganda that is credited with
help inform his thinking, presented the despite losing ground in its strongholds in defeat ISIS. Davis said the report defines inspiring violence in the U.S. and Europe.

Around the nation

Jewish centers cope with
bomb threats; graves vandalized
Jewish centers and schools across the nation coped with
another wave of bomb threats Monday as officials in
Philadelphia made plans to repair and restore hundreds of
vandalized headstones at a Jewish cemetery.
Jewish Community Centers and day schools in at least a
dozen states received threats, according to the JCC
Association of North America. No bombs were found. All 21
buildings 13 community centers and eight schools - were
cleared by Monday afternoon and had resumed normal oper-
ations, the association said.
It was the fifth round of bomb threats against Jewish
institutions since January, prompting outrage and exasper-
ation among Jewish leaders as well as calls for an aggres-
sive federal response to put a stop to it.
8 Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

agreement] will be approved. The project was System, filed a lawsuit against Caltrain

Continued from page 1
recommended for approval after thorough
evaluation by FTA. It has met all statutory
requirements. Every other project that has met
Wednesday, Feb. 22, citing wrongful termina-
tion of its $231 million contract.
Also known as Positive Train Control, or Continued from page 1
those milestones has been approved for fund- PTC, the system is designed to reduce the pos-
ing and we dont expect Caltrain electrifica- sibility of human error while allowing more
By agreeing to an extension, Caltrains tion will be any different, Caltrain Chief first address to a joint session of Congress,
trains to run faster and in closer proximity to
an opportunity to re-emphasize the eco-
contractors have demonstrated their commit- Communications Officer Seamus Murphy said one another.
ment to preserving this unique opportunity to in an email. nomic issues that were a centerpiece of his
deliver unprecedented improvements to an PTC was mandated by the federal govern-
White House run.
The multi-billion dollar project is fueled by ment following a 2008 Metrolink crash in
aging commuter rail system that serves local, regional and state funds, but the $647 Domestic programs and foreign aid would
65,000 riders every day and a project that will Southern California that killed 25.
absorb a 10 percent, $54 billion cut from
million federal grant is imperative. Costs
put thousands of Americans to work through- have already increased from $1.5 billion a few currently projected levels cuts that would
Parsons was hired in 2012 and initially
out the country, Caltrain Executive Director years ago to nearly $2 billion. After awarding match the military increase. The cuts would
expected to complete the project in 2015. But
Jim Hartnett said in a statement. contracts September 2016 to Balfour Beatty be felt more deeply by programs and agen-
various deadlines were pushed back and,
However, its not engineering contractors to electrify the tracks and Stradler U.S. to cies targeted by Trump and his fellow
despite undergoing a third-party review, the
that need convincing of the project benefits; deliver new trains, Caltrain now has until June Republicans, like the Environmental
project struggled. Although the equipment
its the Trump administrations newly 30 to give a green light for construction or Protection Agency as well as foreign aid.
has been installed, there are interoperability
appointed Secretary of Transportation Elaine risk costs ballooning further. Veterans programs would be exempted, as
challenges and the system is not functional,
Chao. according to Caltrain. would border security, additional law
Our contractors have agreed to delay con-
California Republicans who say Caltrains enforcement functions and some other
PTC is also a crucial safety component for
struction for the maximum amount of time
electrification is too closely connected to the areas.
electrification and it wasnt immediately clear
possible, Hartnett said. Delaying a decision
controversial high-speed rail project sent a Were going to start spending on infra-
how much of the $231 million cost has been
on federal funding beyond June 30 will be the
letter to Chao Jan. 24 urging no further fund- structure big. Its not like we have a choice
spent. Parsons is seeking a range of unspeci-
same as rejecting the grant.
ing be allocated until an audit of the states our highways, our bridges are unsafe, our
fied damages and did not return a request for
Also, the longer it waits assuming the tunnels, the president told a group of gov-
project is conducted. FTA, Trump and Congress decide to approve comment. Caltrain officials said they could
not comment on pending litigation.ernors at the White House on Monday. He
Proponents for Caltrain electrification, the grant the more Caltrain may have to added, Were going to do more with less and
including several dozen Bay Area representa- pay for the extensions. The $20 million it But in a press release Friday, Caltrain Chief
make the government lean and accountable
tives, contend the project has independent may spend would otherwise have been used to Operating Officer Michelle Bouchard said the
to the people.
utility regardless of whether high-speed rail satisfy construction contingency costs, project is imperative to safety and reliability.
However, Trumps final version of the
She noted due to Parsons continued failure to
comes to fruition. They also note the grant is which Murphy said may need to be covered in
budget is sure to leave large deficits intact
perform, combined with their potential to
sought by Caltrain, not the High-Speed Rail the future.
or even add to them if he follows through on
cause program delay, the decision to terminate
Authority, which agreed to share the Representatives with Stradler, which is his campaign promise for a huge tax cut.
was necessary to keep the program on sched-
Peninsula tracks through a blended system. slated to open an assembly plant in Utah due His plan faces strong opposition from
ule while also exercising cost control over its
Without providing a firm rationale, the FTA to its Caltrain deal, and Balfour expressed ded- Democrats, who possess the power to block
indicated it would delay the decision until the ication to their work electrifying the delivery.
it. The immediate reaction from Republicans
president releases his proposed budget, which Peninsula corridor. But Caltrains efforts to modernize the
was mixed, with prominent defense hawks
he released a blueprint of Monday with more The FTA Monday did not have an update backbone of Silicon Valleys transit system
like Sen. John McCain of Arizona saying it
details expected in April. since its Feb. 17 announcement. and operate electrified trains by 2020 may
would do too little to help the Pentagon and
But Trump is known for his unprecedented still depend on the federal grant that accounts
fiscal conservatives and supporters of
style. And, a recent suggestion to increase Negative news for positive train control for 32 percent of the projects costs.
domestic agencies expressing caution.
military defense spending $54 billion while The glimmer from this weeks good news We believe that the merits of this project
A congressional showdown is inevitable
slashing other domestic programs, may not was welcomed after Caltrain announced Friday in terms of job creation and enhancing eco-
later this year, and a government shutdown a
bode well even as the 45th president has it terminated its contract with the firm respon- nomic productivity will carry the day,
real possibility.
expressed commitment to infrastructure sible for implementing a new federally-man- Murphy said. White House Budget Director Mick
improvements. dated safety system designed to prevent colli- Mulvaney said the spike in Pentagon spend-
Still, Caltrain officials note theyve spent sions. ing would bring the total defense budget to a
years working with the FTA and that the proj- Parsons Transportation Group, responsible
record $603 billion and thats before
ect had been fully vetted. for designing and implementing (650) 344-5200 ext. 106including tens of billions of dollars for
Were very optimistic that the [grant Communication Based Overlay Signal overseas military operations.
THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 9
Wage theft is preventable The stars are only
By Rick Bonilla 20 percent are ever
paid. Such dismal
enforcement statis-
tics really only
Guest present in darkness
any flaws ultimately
doomed President Trumps
labor secretary nominee
encourage more law-
breaking. perspective A
democratic and free society in which all per-
sons will live together in harmony and with
equal opportunities ... is an ideal for which I
Andrew Puzder, but among the most In a construction
serious were allegations that his own context, it works am prepared to die. These were the last chilling words of
apartments for $3,000/month strug- Nelson Mandelas three-hour speech before hundreds at his
companies had failed to comply with like this. A builder gled to recoup the wages they had
the very same wage laws that the or general contrac- criminal trial proceeding in the Pretoria Supreme Court of
earned. Had the ordinance been in South Africa on April 20, 1964. His words echoed in and
Labor Department is responsible for tor hires subcontractors to do much of place before their project started, they
enforcing. In Puzders case, the issue the work on a project. If one of the beyond the corridors of the courtroom. Silence command-
wouldnt have had to struggle at all. ed the great hall as Mandela undoubtedly awaited his death
was that his fast food companies had subcontractors cheats his workers, Local wage transparency rules are
failed to pay workers for all the hours the lead contractor or builder can sentence. After all, he knew that others had been given
not a panacea to the problem of wage the death penalty for less than his charge inciting oth-
they had worked, including overtime. legally deny having any responsibili- theft in every industry. But they are a
This is called wage theft and its ty. President Trump has done this on ers to go on strike and demanding an end to the apartheid.
logical first step for the construction As such, he was equally surprised by the courts verdict
much more common and widespread his own projects. industry, which has seen these crimes
than you probably think. Subcontractors can then disappear, a sentence to life imprisonment in Robben Island, one of
grow by more than 400 percent in the the darkest, most ruthless prisons on the face of the Earth.
It also impacts far more than just shut down, shift assets to a relative, last few decades.
workers. When businesses steal work- or reform under a different name to I am going to pause here and draw your attention to a
By tying the ability to profit from helpful analogy to describe Mandelas 27-year imprison-
ers wages, they gain a competitive avoid payment. And then the cycle finished local construction projects
advantage over honest businesses repeats. ment, his enlightenment behind stone walls, and his ulti-
with the responsibility to comply mate victory in achieving a more colorblind South Africa.
that play by the rules. And, when But what if the building project on with state labor laws, the city of San
wages are stolen, so are required pay- which the wage theft occurred wasnt World renowned writer and poet
Mateos proposed wage transparency Oscar Wilde once said: We are all
roll and income taxes that are used to permitted to open or start leasing ordinance is the type of policy thats
fund all types of public services space until the builder, lead contractor in the gutter, but some of us are
needed to start reversing these trends. looking at the stars. Ironically,
services on which every taxpayer and subcontractors could all certify As our community grows, it will
relies. that all workers had been paid proper- we cannot see the stars that light
only become more important to pro- our planet and universe without
In California, wage theft costs tax- ly for the hours they worked? tect local workers, taxpayers and hon-
payers about $8.5 billion every year, The answer is, youd have a lot less the company of darkness. Like the
est businesses from the costs and con- night sky, there are often times in
according to the Franchise Tax Board. wage theft. But its up to local cities to sequences of wage theft. Im proud that
About 10 percent of that comes from enact ordinances that require this level our lives when only the darkest of
our City Council is poised to take such hours can allow us to see star
the construction industry, where Ive of accountability. Its called wage a proactive stance, and I hope other
worked for much of my career. transparency, and the San Mateo City lights which guide our path to a
communities will soon follow suit. revelation, blessing or enlighten-
While there are state and federal Council will be considering such an Go to to learn
agencies tasked with enforcing labor ordinance later this spring. ment. History tells us that numer-
laws the reality is that just a frac- The nations first such ordinance ous world leaders have uncovered Jonathan Madison
tion of the employers who cheat their was enacted in the city of Berkeley the source of their greatest
Rick Bonilla is the deputy may or of
workers are ever brought to justice. last summer after drywall workers visions and achievements in dark moments. Here, we exam-
the city of San Mateo and a retired car- ine one of the greatest examples Nelson Mandela.
Many workers who are victimized who were cheated out of nearly
never file claims. Amongst those who $70,000 in wages from work on a penter who has been inv olv ed in the Feb. 11, 2017, marked the 25th anniversary of
do and receive judgments, only about building that was already leasing city planning process since 1995. Mandelas release from prison. We ought not to remember
it as just a historical date rather, we ought to truly
examine the toll of his struggle. Twenty-seven years is an
Letters to the editor unfathomable amount of time to imagine being locked
behind stone walls. Fortunately, his difficult journey was
not in vain we know today that his confinement repre-
sented a significant step in the rebirth and renewal of
Fake news Old allies and new enemies racial justice in his home country.
travel ban. That may not last as he be-
Before his life sentence in prison, Mandela sought to
Editor, Editor, gins to appoint officials and judges in achieve a colorblind South Africa by teaching anti-
The clamor over fake news is both in- I have an friend of Middle Eastern ori- line with his own myopic vision. apartheid activists that black liberation would not come
teresting and frightening. Its gin who I know to be a hard-working This county's strength lies in its without armed force. The government subsequently attrib-
interesting because were being bom- family man, as kind and giving as willingness to adapt to administra- uted hundreds of sabotage attacks on power facilities,
barded with fake news, and much of it they come. Recently, while stopped at machines and posts to Mandelas active resistance move-
tion changes. But now we have to ment over the next two years.
comes from reliable sources in the a light, a woman in the adjacent lane deal with a bully who's modus is fear Desmond Tutu, a longtime friend to Mandela, stated that
news media. leaned out her window and yelled at and intimidation. There is no sense Mandela once confided in him that prison transformed the
A number of people and organizations him to go back where he came from. once violent activist into a peaceful and wise leader the
allowing him the benefit of the
claim to have solutions, but who gets Apparently, she didn't mean his home same leader the world witnessed unite a country on the brink
doubt, as there is no doubt left. My of war, according to a Time magazine article. Mandela also
to determine which news is real and in Belmont. It was his first encounter
friend did not sink to the bigot's suggested that jail helped him learn how to turn his enemies
which is fake? with hate-filled bigotry, but it proba-
level, but it certainly disturbed him. into friends, said Tutu. This was the element missing from
However, the solutions they suggest bly won't be the last. This is been Mandelas youthful days of protest a genuine understand-
The consequences of hate speech go
seem to be a form of censorship favor- happening with increasing regularity ing of how to unite, rather than drive people apart.
both ways, as those under suspicion Mandelas test of time in prison allowed him to better
ing the very same news media that is in this country, and we know the
giving us fake news. cause. Many people have the hope that become angry and resentful them- understand the power that unification could bring for all
selves. And so differences, once South Africans and with that, the wisdom to achieve it.
Perhaps doing away with anonymous Trump's outrageousness, given time,
civil, widen into hardened hatreds in Mandelas long, dark and isolated experience in prison
reliable sources might help? Some- will quiet down, and that we will allowed him to see the stars enlightening his understanding
times reliable sources and sources weather the storm. which old allies become new ene- that the plight of his people would not be changed by acts
close to the subject have a vested in- After all, our laws and constitution mies. of violence that had plagued the country for nearly a centu-
terest in the outcome. protect us from tyrants. Currently, Kent Lauder ry. This understanding was revealed when Mandela was
elected president of South Africa in 1994, enabling him to
Keith De Filippis such laws are working, as evidenced Burlingame
unite the country and abolish the apartheid movement.
San Jose by the lifting of his international It is mind-boggling that someone can face such darkness
in a lifelong imprisonment sentence, and within that
OUR MISSION: prison find the courage and wisdom to complete the battle
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most for which they started nearly three decades before. Mandela
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. should be recognized for his ability to mature from his
By combining local news and sports coverage, once violent approach to a more peaceful resolution in
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, achieving the free and democratic society he envisioned.
Michael Davis Henry Guerrero lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to The buck does not stop with Mandela. Countless others
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Charles Gould Paul Moisio provide our readers with the highest quality
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Bruce Scannell information resource in San Mateo County. who have achieved greatness have also experienced great
Joy Uganiza Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we trials, tribulations and dark moments, such as Eleanor
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer
choose to reflect the diverse character of this Roosevelt, Oprah Winfrey, Muhammad Ali, Sandra Day
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Renee Abu-Zaghibra Robert Armstrong OConnor, etc.
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events Jim Clifford Dan Heller I only wish to remind you that periods of darkness are
Samantha Weigel, Senior Reporter
Tom Jung Brian Miller SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM challenging, but limited in time. Behind every darkness
Mona Murhamer Karan Nevatia
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Terry Bernal, Anna Schuessler, Austin Walsh Adriana Ramirez Nick Rose you to embrace the challenges and dark moments you face
Andrew Scheiner Joel Snyder in your daily life. Remember that the stars in our lives
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events Megan Tao Gary Whitman
Cindy Zhang often shine the brightest in our darkest moments.
Dave Newlands, Production Assistant Online edition at
Sometimes all we have to do is look up to achieve resolu-
tion in our human struggle.
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Dow Jones rally longest since 1987 Takata Corp.

guilty in air
Wall Street notched another set
of milestones Monday as the Dow
Jones industrial average closed at
20, 851
bag scandal,
a record high for the 12th consec-
utive time, the longest winning
streak for the 30-company average
will pay $1B
S&P 500: 2369.73 +4.50 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
in 30 years.
The Standard & Poors 500 NYSE Index: 11,558.35 +17.06
DETROIT Japanese auto parts
index, the benchmark favored by Nasdaq: 5861.90 +16.59
maker Takata Corp. pleaded guilty
professional investors, also Russell 2000: 1407.91 +13.38 to fraud Monday and agreed to pay
closed at a record high. Wilshire 5000: 24,734.83 +44.89 $1 billion in penalties for conceal-
The latest push into the record ing an air bag defect blamed for at
books came on an indecisive day
10-Yr Bond: 2.369 +0.05
Oil (per barrel): 54.05 +0.06
least 16 deaths, most of them in the
for U.S. stocks that sent indexes U.S.
wavering between small gains and Gold : 1,253.50 -4.80
The scandal, meanwhile, seemed
losses for much of the day. They to grow wider when plaintiffs attor-
ultimately eked out tiny gains, led neys charged that five major
by energy stocks, which climbed many unknowns, specifically the The last time the Dow posted a One key difference is that the automakers knew the devices were
as the price of crude oil rose. Washington impact is now as longer winning streak was in early Dow went on to gain another 30 dangerous but continued to use them
Phone companies lagged the much a head wind as it is a tail January 1987, when the average percent in the months after the 13- for years to save money.
most. wind. rose for 13 days in a row. That day streak in January 1987. By In pleading guilty, Takata admit-
Many investors were taking a The Dow Jones industrial aver- streak translated into a gain of 11 comparison, the Dow is now up ted hiding evidence that millions of
wait-and-see approach ahead of age rose 15.68 points, or 0.1 per- percent for the Dow. Nine months about 5.4 percent this year, so its air bag inflators can explode
President Donald Trumps speech cent, to 20,837.44. The S&P 500 later, on Oct. 19, 1987, the Dow theres a long way to go before the with too much force, hurling lethal
to Congress on Tuesday, hoping gained 2.39 points, or 0.1 per- plummeted more than 500 points, market becomes as stretched as it shrapnel into drivers and passen-
for details of promised tax cuts, cent, to 2, 369. 73. The Nasdaq or about 22 percent, on what was 30 years ago, Detrick said. gers.
infrastructure spending and other composite index added 16. 59 became known as Black Monday. That isnt to say a normal cor- The inflators are blamed for 11
business-friendly policies. points, or 0. 3 percent, to Just because the Dow is on rection after the big surge since deaths in the U.S. alone and more
Its all about policy now, said 5,861.90. Small-company stocks another lengthy winning streak the U.S. election isnt possible, it than 180 injuries worldwide. The
Phil Blancato, CEO of Ladenburg fared better than the other indexes, doesnt mean a similar market is, but a major bear market correc- problem touched off the biggest
Thalmann Asset Management. sending the Russell 2000 index up slump is in the cards now, noted tion is still something wed call a recall in U.S. automotive history,
Theres only so much the market 13.44 points, or 1 percent, to Ryan Detrick, a senior market low percentage scenario right involving 42 million vehicles and
can deliver when theres still these 1,407.97. strategist for LPL Financial. now, he said. up to 69 million inflators.
The companys chief financial

Buffetts bite of Apple bigger than thought officer, Yoichiro Nomura, entered
the guilty plea on Takatas behalf in
federal court in Detroit. He also
By Josh Funk Apple as more of a consumer returns. agreed that Takata will be sold or
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS products maker than a tech Buffett said its true airlines had a bad centu- merge with another company.
company, which brought ry but he now believes that consolidation in The penalties include $850 mil-
OMAHA, Neb. Billionaire Warren Buffett, the iPhone maker right into the industry has created a healthier environ- lion in restitution to automakers,
famously leery of technology companies, has his comfort zone. ment, pointing out that planes are flying at $125 million for victims and fami-
loaded up on Apple shares after noticing how Apple strikes me as hav- least 80 percent capacity at major carriers. lies and a $25 million criminal fine.
inseparable iPhone users are from the gadget ing quite a sticky product Berkshire Hathaway holds a sizeable stake in Separately, three former execu-
once they get one in their pocket. and an enormously useful American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United tives are charged with falsifying
Buffett said on CNBC Monday that Berkshire product to people who use Continental and Southwest. On Monday, test reports. They remain in Japan.
Hathaway now holds about 133 million shares Warren Buffet it, not that I do, said United announced that it was ramping up Takatas inflators use ammonium
of Apple after buying yet more of the compa- Buffett, who produced the flights in a number of crucial locations. nitrate to create a small explosion
nys stock this year. Thats more than double basic flip phone that he relies on. that inflates air bags in a crash. But
Contentious political divisions in the U.S.
stake that Berkshire revealed earlier this Buffett was struck by how many of his grand- when exposed to prolonged high
were addressed briefly. Buffett said he agrees
month. childrens friends use iPhones and how many temperatures and humidity, the
with President Donald Trump on some issues
people visiting the Berkshire-owned Nebraska chemical can deteriorate and burn
Buffett spoke to CNBC at length after releas- such as entitlements, social security and the
Furniture Mart, which has an electronics wing, too fast. That can blow apart a metal
ing his annual letter to shareholders over the fact that some businesses face too much regula-
wanted to replace one iPhone with another. canister.
weekend. tion.
Apple wasnt the only investment evolution In the U.S., 19 automakers are
Buffetts aggressive buying spree caught for Buffett, who bought more than $9 billion Buffett said he will judge Trumps presidency
many off guard because he has long said its too four years from now based on how safe he has recalling the inflators. Worldwide,
of airline stocks after years of advising the total number of inflators being
difficult to predict which tech companies will investors to steer clear of the industry, citing kept the country, how the economy is doing
prevail. and on how many people are sharing in the recalled is over 100 million.
its significant capital requirements and poor Takatas penalty is small com-
In this case, perceptions matter. Buffett sees wealth.
pared with the one imposed on
Volkswagen, which must buy back
ninsula Television
Television Business in brief cars and pay up to $21 billion in
penalties and compensation to
ing San
San Mateo
Mateo County
County since
since 1999
1 9 99 Appeals court rejects egg-labeling lawsuit owners over its emissions-cheating
SAN FRANCISCO A federal appeals court has Karl Brauer, executive publisher
rejected a lawsuit that sought to require labels on egg of Kelley Blue Book, said authori-
cartons indicating the conditions in which the chickens ties may have kept the penalty man-
were raised. ageable so Takata could stay in busi-
Lung Cancer A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of
Appeals on Monday ruled that several federal agencies
ness and continue to carry out the
giant recall.
Living Room had acted reasonably in rejecting the labeling regula- My sense is there has been more
tions. kid-gloves treatment of Tataka sim-
Hear from Rick Lanman about
a The plaintiffs wanted the cartons to bear the terms ply because destroying them makes
Free-Range Eggs, Cage-Free Eggs or Eggs from the problem much worse, Brauer
molecular testing and more.
morre. Caged Hens. They argued that eggs from caged hens are said.
TUE atat 9 pm
pm nutritionally inferior and carry a greater risk of Takata, which also makes seat-
Salmonella contamination. belts, has racked up two straight
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said evidence years of losses over the recalls but
The K
amla Show
Show for those claims was not persuasive. said it hopes to start turning a prof-
it again this fiscal year.
John Turner
Turner talks of Korla Pandit,
P Ground broken on new $1.6B terminal at LAX Meanwhile, plaintiffs in dozens
Godfather of Exotica music.. LOS ANGELES Construction has begun on a new of lawsuits over the defect charged
$1.6 billion terminal at Los Angeles International in court papers filed Monday in
LY at 3:30 pmm Airport. Miami that Honda, Toyota, Nissan,
Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city leaders helped Ford and BMW had independent
MON/FRI aatt 7
:30 pm
pm break ground Monday on the Midfield Satellite knowledge that Takatas air bags
WKNDS atat 8 pm
pm Concourse, which will connect to the Tom Bradley were unsafe before putting them in
International Terminal via an underground tunnel. millions of vehicles.
The 750,000-square-foot terminal will include 12 After an inflator ruptured in 2009,
Watch PenTV:
Watch PenTV: Comcast
Comcast 26 Wave
a 27 AT&T
T U-verse 99 gates and a new baggage system, as well as restaurants one of the auto companies described
the problem as one in which a pas-
Str eaming Online
Streaming Online a
att and shops. Its scheduled to be completed in 2019.
Garcettis office says construction of the terminal is senger protection device was trans-
Pe ninsula Television
Television is
is a registered
r d 501c3
501c3 organization.
organization. expected to create 6,000 jobs, produce more than $300 formed into a killing weapon, the
million in direct wages and enable LAX to add flights court filing said. The company was
while relieving congestion at other terminals. not identified in the document.

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set to square off one more time
Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017

McNab closes standout career at NDB

By Terry Bernal said. We havent had a player like her in point marksman Davenport has coached
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF a long time. I would say in our heyday in at NDB, he said.
the late 90s, early 2000s, we might have She is the best pure shooter that
Cam McNab just sounds like a ballers had a player like her that had that kind of weve had over that course of time,
name. scoring ability, and shooting ability, and Davenport said.
A senior at Notre Dame-Belmont, play-making ability. But its been a long A second-generation San Carlos
McNab has certainly lived up to the dis- time since we had someone with the native, McNab grew up the daughter of a
tinction of baller. In four years of varsity skillset she possesses and heart. mother who graduated from Carlmont and
girls basketball with the Tigers, the big- While 2008 graduate Jacqueline a father who graduated as a football blan-
play flex guard with the all-out hustle and Bisordi holds the all-time scoring record ket winner from Serra. While her two
knack for always finding a way to frus- at NDB, McNab still figures among the older brothers took the Carlmont route,
trate opponents has earned herself the top 10 with such greats as Lauren Gualco. McNab followed in her father Dons foot-
praise of NDB head coach Josh While precise statistics were not avail- steps by opting for private school.
Davenport, who refers to her as one of able, Davenport estimated McNab aver- As a varsity call-up midway through
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL the best hes ever seen in his 23 years aged approximately 16 points per game her freshman year, McNab had a tough go
Notre Dame-Belmonts Cam McNab dribbles baseline in with the program. this season.
her final high school game Saturday against HMB. Shes a special player, Davenport And historically, shes the best 3- See MCNAB, Page 16

Athlete of the Week

New format at
Daytona cause
for confussion
he Daytona 500 was sold out, the
grid packed with celebrities, the
fan area full of activities includ-
ing a motorcycle Ball of Death.
Owen Lightning McQueen Wilson
was on hand, and so was Waka Flocka
Flame , Gronk and nearly two dozen
women decked out in scantily-clad
Monster Energy outts.
One thing NASCAR had for its season
opener was a much-needed spark and an
atmosphere worthy of the hype associat-
ed with its biggest
But for all the
star power and a
Above: M-A senior Chelsea Wilson wrestles at the CIF girls wrestling state championship Saturday in Visalia. Below: Wilson accepts her Monster-fueled fer-
gold medal as the 106-pound individual champion, M-As first all-time state champ in either boys or girls wrestling. vor that made the
race a hot ticket, it

State champ
couldnt hide the
one thing that still
continues to tug at
Jenna the heart of the
Fryer sport.
The racing.
The sports leaders had worked so hard
By Terry Bernal Seeded No. 1 in her weight class, Wilson to make a splash and push the message
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF was expected to contend for the unprece- that this was a new NASCAR. Even the
dented title. The path she had to navigate drivers could feel it.
With Menlo-Atherton taking five to get to the gold, though, was an absolute The whole week was a lot of fun. All
wrestlers to the CIF Girls Wrestling State minefield. the media. All the buildup. The sellout,
Finals, it was already a historic trip to With conventional wrestling brackets, said NASCARs favorite son, Dale
Visalia for the Lady Bears. the No. 1-seeded wrestler opens against a Earnhardt Jr. Felt like it was a new
Senior 106-pounder Chelsea Wilson, low seed, then works up to a championship beginning of sorts in some way for the
however, took history to a whole other match where, if everything goes according sport. It seemed like there was a new
level, a level that has earned her Daily to plan, said wrestler takes on the No. 2 energy. I dont know what it was. I could-
Journal Athlete of the Week honors. seed. This was not the case with Wilson, nt really put my nger on it, but it just
Wilson advanced to the championship however. felt good.
match then battled back from a 7-point Thats the whole point of being seeded Right up until go time.
deficit to earn a third-round pin of Corona No. 1 or No. 2 is theyve already worked to NASCAR revamped the rules that turned
junior Sugey Ceja to capture the 106- get passage to the final round, Hoang races into segments three, like periods
pound individual state championship. The said. But I dont know what happened in the NHL designed to keep fans
state title marks the first ever in M-A pro- with the draw it had Chelsea wrestling engaged from the drop of the green ag.
gram history. all the top girls. But a series of wrecks wiped out con-
Were really proud of her, M-A head With five matches over the two-day tenders like Earnhardt and defending
coach Phil Hoang said. Boys or girls, she
is the first. See AOTW, Page 13
See NASCAR, Page 16

KD carries Warriors past Sixers for win No. 50

By Aaron Bracy Curry still had 19 points, making 7 of 12
Warriors 119, 76ers 108 2-point attempts and all five of his free-
worst 3-point shooting performance of time reigning MVP leads the league by a wide throw tries.
PHILADELPHIA Stephen Curry is sur- Currys career in a 119-108 victory over the margin with 231 3-pointers this season. I forgot to adjust to the thickness of the
rounded by stars with the Golden State Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night. On a night like tonight where Steph air, Curry joked, adding that it happens,
Warriors. Hes never needed them more than Curry was 0 for 11 from 3-point range. That doesnt have it going, we have a lot of other but you have to find other ways to impact
topped his previous worst outing without guys who can score and make plays, coach the game.
Monday night.
Kevin Durant had 27 points in his return making a 3 when he went 0 for 10 from dis- Steve Kerr said. A lot of them came
to the lineup and the Warriors overcame the tance on Nov. 4 against the Lakers. The two- through. See DUBS, Page 14
12 Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 SPORTS THEDAILYJOURNAL

Honor roll
earned their final win of the year in last Al i s tar Shaw, Menl o bo y s s o ccer.
Thursdays CCS Division I opener, a 71-69 With the Knights winning back-to-back
victory over Wilcox. Carlmonts two senior overtime thrillers to open CCS Division II
bigs used their veteran presence to spread play, Shaw starred in both matches with a
the court. Zorb filled up the box score with total of three goals, including both game-
a double-double, totaling 17 points and 11 winners. Amid a 1-1 tie in overtime against
rebounds, both game-highs. But while Overfelt, the junior booted a pair of goals to
Lloyd totaled a most eight points along propel Menlo to a 3-1 victory. Then
with nine rebounds, he was the lifeblood of Saturday against Soledad, Shaw broke a
12-0 run to open the second half to put the scoreless tie in OT by slipping behind a
Scots in control. Carlmont was eliminated defender and the goalie to tap in the only
in Saturdays quarterfinals with a 72-43 loss goal in a 1-0 win.
to Los Gatos. Sam Eri s man, Menl o g i rl s bas ket-
NJai LeBl anc Jr. , Sequo i a bo y s bal l . Erisman has steadily amassed one of
bas ketbal l . The Cherokees got taken out the great careers among all active San
of the CCS Open Division winners bracket Mateo County players. In Saturdays CCS
with a 67-61 loss to St. Francis last Friday Division IV quarterfinal victory 62-49 over
at Fremont High School-Suunyvale, but Monte Vista Christian, Erisman did what
LeBlanc was still one of the best players on she does, scoring a game-high 28 points to
the court. While junior center Ziggy Lauese boost her West Bay Athletic League
recorded a double-double with 13 points and Foothill Division scoring lead. The per-
Luke Cruz goes in for the winning takedown 19 rebounds, LeBlanc was the star for formance was also adorned in historic Diana Morales scores one of M-As three goals
in an overtime win at the CCS championships. Sequoia as the senior point guard totaled a accomplishments as she moved into fifth in a win over Paly in the CCS Open quarters.

uke Cruz, So uth Ci ty bo y s game-high 24 points and added eight place on Menlos all-time scoring list. champion Menlo School, Smith provided a
wres tl i ng . Luke Cruz cemented his rebounds. Also, with the victory, top-seed Menlo gem of a start, firing four no-hit innings
status as the greatest South City Team Chri s ti an, El Cami no bo y s headlines a history-making quartet of teams while striking out 10.
heavyweight of all time at Saturdays s o ccer. The Colts made program history as the Knights, No. 2 Oceana, No. 3 Sacred Marl ene Sal i nas , Terra No v a g i rl s
Central Coast Section boys wrestling Saturday in a 3-0 win, advancing to the Heart Prep and No. 4 Half Moon Bay became wres tl i ng . The junior earned third place in
championships in San Jose. The senior Division II semifinals to match the best CCS the first all-San Mateo County final four in the 150-pound bracket Saturday at the CIF
topped the 285-pound division with a 3-1 playoff run in program history. Team CCS girls basketball history. Girls Wrestling State Finals in Visalia.
overtime win in the championship match to Christian, consisting of junior Christian Bri ttney Cedeno , So uth Ci ty g i rl s Salinas clinched the bronze medal with a
become the first heavyweight in South City Lupercio and senior Christian Marquez were bas ketbal l . After leaving the Peninsula victory over sophomore Jaylene Jaime in
history to take home a CCS title. Cruz ran in on all three El Camino goals. Lupercio got Athletic League Girls Basketball the consolation championship match with
the table through the tournament Friday and the Colts on the scoreboard on the final play Tournament championship game two weeks a pin early in the second round.
Saturday, opening with a pin of Sobrato jun- of the first half on an arcing through ball ago with an ankle sprain, Cedeno was ques- Jo s ephi ne Co tto , Di ana Mo ral es ,
ior Luis Lopez in the second round, then from midfielder Ivan Stus. Then, after a 1-0 tionable for the Warriors CCS Division III Marg aret Chi l d, Menl o -Atherto n
pinning Silver Creek sophomore Jarrod battle lasted into extra time, the Colts added playoff opener against Notre Dame-SJ. The g i rl s s o ccer. While senior Katie Guenin
Calk in the first round before earning a 5-2 back-to-back goals in the closing minutes, junior point guard didnt play in the first totaled three assists in the Bears 3-0 victory
win in the semifinals against Gonzales sen- first on a 50-yard runner by Marquez to con- half, but with South City clinging to a 23- over Palo Alto in the CCS Open Division
ior Jose Sanchez. In the championship bout vert an empty-netter, then on a Stus goal on 22 lead at halftime, Cedeno came off the quarterfinals, it was Cotto, Morales and Child
against Branham senior Lucas Peters, the a cross from Lupercio for the assist. bench to drop 13 points in limited duty. who combined to do something no other team
two grapplers traded 1-point escapes to Adam Jo s s and Iv er Ly che, Serra Ben Smi th, Sequo i a bas ebal l . Note could achieve against Paly this season by
force overtime. In the first one-minute over- bo y s s o ccer. The Padres marched into the to readers: baseball season is here. Smith, a scoring multiple goals. The Vikings had
time period though, Cruz ended it with a CCS Division II semifinals by outscoring two junior left-hander, becomes the first base- allowed just one goal yes, just one all
double-leg takedown to add to his legacy as opponents, Soquel and Gonzales, by a cumu- ball player of the year to earn an Honor Roll season heading into Saturdays quarters. But
one of the Warriors all-time greats. lative score of 7-1. Joss and Lyche headlined nod, and this in a Cherokees losing effort, Cotto, Morales and Child each scored, the
Dan i e l Zo rb an d Jac o b Ll o y d, the 4-1 win over Soquel in last Wednesdays no less. But while Sequoia dropped a 2-1 first time an opponent has scored multiple
Carl mo nt bo y s bas ketbal l . The Scots opener, totaling two goals apiece. pitching duel to reigning CCS Division II goals against Palo Alto since March 7, 2015.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 13
The high-cal- tying 1-point maneuver to force

Continued from page 11

iber competi-
tion all led up
to the greatest
comeback of
overtime. She had to go all-out for
the third-round victory.
It really left us no choice,
Hoang said.
Ready for Round 4?
Wi l s o n s Wilson was the aggressor, but it M-A and Sequoia set to square off again
career. wasnt until midway through the By Terry Bernal Division title.
event held Friday and Saturday at Wilson avert- final round that she earned the pin. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Sequoia won
the Visalia Convention Center, ed a catastrophe The championship takedown start- Round 3, howev-
Wilson, in just her second match
of the tournament, had to face Chelsea Wilson in the first ed with an arm bar. From there, she Menlo-Atherton center Raymond er, in the excit-
round, but it worked her opponent deliberately. Fowler managed a laugh after last
Trina Nguyen, the No. 2-ranked ing champi-
was still a disaster as Ceja scored a She was able to take an arm and Fridays 56-37 loss to top-seed
wrestler out of the South Section takedown and two 3-point near onship game of
run it over the shoulder, Hoang Bellarmine in the Central Coast
and a two-time All-American. It falls to jump out to a 7-0 lead. the PAL Boys
said. That allowed her to turn Section Open Division opener.
was the second of five gritty victo- Hoang said it was the largest Basketball
Ceja. She took awhile. That With at least two more postsea-
ries for the four-year varsity sen- deficit he could remember Wilson Tournament.
turn was a big deal. son games to play, Fowler was
ior Wilson. Raymond Fowler With Sequoia
ever facing. Turning her opponent would mindful the Bears needed to
Even Wilsons first match But then the senior made her have been enough on the score- also having run
against Los Banos junior Haley improve on their falling apart
championship ascent. card, as had Wilson not produced cold in its Open
Ballez was a nail-biter, as the against the Bells to the dirge of a
In the second round, Wilson the pin, she would have gone 25.7 percent shooting percentage. Division open-
showdown went into the third closed the gap, drawing to within ahead by virtue of a 3-point near er, shooting just
round before Wilson earned the Not to show up like that, Fowler
7-5 entering the third and final fall. But the senior finished her said of whats to come. Every game 38.5 percent,
pin. Then against Nguyen, Wilson round. The rudimentary decision to historic high school career in senior point
escaped with a 6-4 victory. She were just trying to go out and play
start the third round on the top or style by scoring the pin, then and come out with the W. guard NJai
went on to defeat team state-cham- bottom then loomed large. popping to her feet to have her The silver lining of the loss is M- LeBlanc likened
pion Selma sophomore Merijah We had a tough decision to arm raised, exhausted as she was,
Morales ranked No. 1 in the A now gets to continue its season- the rut to the
make, Hoang said. We had two as M-As first-ever state NJai LeBlanc loss the team
Central Section by the slight long rivalry with Sequoia. The
minutes to decide if she should be wrestling champ. suffered to M-A.
margin of 4-2. Wilsons easiest Cherokees also fell in the first
on top to try and get that take- Wilsons 28 points in the tour-
win of the tourney came in the round of CCS Open Division play, Our game against M-A at M-A,
down, or take the bottom, and then ney led M-A to a ninth-place fin-
semifinals against James Logan the threat is you maybe cant get 67-61 to St. Francis. M-A and the same thing happened in the
ish out of 146 teams. All five of
senior An Vo ranked No. 1 in up. M-As wrestlers won matches in Sequoia will square off for the fourth second quarter, LeBlanc said.
the North Coast Section with a Hoang said Ceja is such a strong Visalia, with Folashade Skinola time this season in the Open Its just defensive breakdowns.
5-1 decision. leverage wrestler when she gains placing fifth at 160s with a 3-2 Division consolation bracket We get too comfortable with a lead
That was the gauntlet, Hoang the upper hand that the choice was record; Abby Ericson placing Tuesday at Sequoia. Tip-off is sched- and we dont buckle down on D.
said. You could probably look simple. Wilson had to start on sixth at 189s with a 4-3 record; uled for 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays winner will advance to
back and say no wrestler had to top, the drawback of which was while Anna Smith (116s) and The teams split their regular-sea- Thursdays consolation champi-
ever face such a challenge in the she couldnt then try for an easy 1- Lauren McDonnell (131s) each son series, with M-A capturing the onship game to face the winner of
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Bucks Beasley DUBS

without big man Joel Embiid. The 76ers game and missed the rim from deep again
announced earlier Monday that Embiid later in the first quarter.
would be out indefinitely after experiencing Curry displayed his frustration through-
swelling and soreness in his left knee fol- out the first half with head shakes, leg slaps

injures knee in Continued from page 11

Klay Thompson scored 21 points and

lowing recent practices. Embiid leads the
team with 20.2 points and 7.8 rebounds per
game but has missed 14 straight games and
and some choice words to himself.
All but three of them were almost wide
open, he said.

scary moment
By Tom Withers
Draymond Green had 14 points, 11
assists, six rebounds and five steals for
the Warriors, who
17 of the last 18.
The Warriors took control in the third
quarter, using a 12-3 run over the first 2:31
of the period to turn a three-point halftime
Curry followed up his miserable perform-
ance against the Lakers by setting an NBA
record with 13 made 3-pointers on Nov. 7
against New Orleans. Hell get a chance for
opened a five-game East
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS edge into a 71-59 cushion. The lead grew to a similar rebound on Tuesday night at
Coast trip by winning
84-70 with 3:41 left in the third on Durants Washington.
their fourth straight and
CLEVELAND Michael Beasley headed two free throws. I dont ever get down on myself, he
boosting their NBA-
home on crutches, his immediate future and best record to 50-9. Philadelphia tried to make it a game, but said. I still have confidence the next one is
Milwaukees playoff hopes in doubt. Durant returned after Golden State had too much firepower, even going in.
Beasley sprained his left knee in a frighten- missing a game with a as it made just 6 of 29 from deep.
ing scene during the first quarter against the right hand injury. Thats the dangerous part of picking a Hart beat too
Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night. As he There are games game plan, 76ers coach Brett Brown said. Comedian Kevin Hart, a Philadelphia
was trying to defend LeBron James, Beasleys Kevin Durant When you take away something, some- native, was seated courtside next to 76ers
where the shots just
left leg buckled grotesque- arent falling, Green said. It was a good thing else gets exposed. Its hard to guard owner Josh Harris. Hart visited the
ly and he crumpled to the effort by everybody to chip in. Sometimes everything. Thats the Holy Grail, what Warriors locker room after the game, but
floor under the basket. it has to be a complete team effort, and they have. during it, he tried unsuccessfully to distract
Beasley, who has given tonight it was. Golden State.
Milwaukee an offensive Dario Saric had 21 points for Not Currys night Its impossible to give a PG-rated ver-
spark this season, imme- Philadelphia, which once again played Curry air balled his first 3-point try of the sion of what he was saying, Green said.
diately signaled for help
and had to be helped off the

dud, but its impossible to know after one Over the last couple years, its kind of
court by teammates Thon
crash-lled weekend if its any good. hard to make moves through the middle of
Maker and Greg Monroe.
Michael He also needed assistance
It was wreck after wreck after wreck on the pack through the eld with 20 to go.
Beasley to get to the locker room.
Sunday, and almost all the top names were Everybody was trying to get up there and
Hes scheduled to have tests on the knee
Continued from page 11 taken out early. It meant Canadian driver make sure they got the track position.
D.J. Kenningtons debut in the Daytona Thats what happens here.
Tuesday in Milwaukee.
500 produced a better nish than Earnhardt Blaney, give him credit, tried to win in a
Well see how he is, coach Jason Kidd champion Jimmie Johnson and others, and
and Matt Kenseth, both two-time Daytona backup car and didnt shy away from
said. Hopefully its not bad where he can get there were lengthy red ag delays. The top
500 winners, and former series champion pulling out of line to try to make a run at
back because hes playing at a very high level 10 became loaded with drivers more famil-
Kyle Busch. the win.
for us. To lose him and you could see our strug- iar with the back of the pack and all that
Cole Whitt was at one point the race I tried to make a move with 10 (laps) to
gles to score, we missed him tonight. energy faded away.
leader, and before Busch stole the victory, go to see what would happen. No one real-
Beasley scored 11 points before going Gronk cant save them every week,
it appeared the win could go to either ly went with me, runner-up Blaney said.
down, and the Bucks didnt have enough either.
Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson or Ryan Blaney
offense in a 102-95 loss to the Cavs, who New England Patriots tight end Rob Elliott ran out of fuel. So did Larson.
a trio with an average age of 22 and one
packed the lane to stop All-Star Giannis Gronkowski almost overshadowed race Same with Martin Truex Jr. And so Kurt
win in a combined 209 starts.
Antetokounmpo. He finished with just nine winner Kurt Busch. Both are sponsored by Busch won, then Monster threw a rager to
That Busch led just one lap, the last one,
points on 4-of-13 shooting. Monster, NASCARs new title sponsor, but celebrate. For the cut-rate price the compa-
was tting for this race. It was the rst
But Beasleys injury was far more concern- it was Gronk who was out until 5:30 a.m. ny is paying for naming rights report-
time in 59 years that the winner led only
ing for the Bucks. Monday following NASCARs version of edly about $20 million a year it likely
the nal lap.
Obviously everyone was really worried, the Super Bowl. recouped its initial investment on opening
Its hard to know why so many drivers
guard Matthew Dellavedova said. You think The biggest race of the year was far from day based on publicity alone.
struggled, or if racing in stages produced
the worst, but he seemed in pretty good spir- NASCARs best and the new format fell a In the end, the television rating was up,
the problems. The aggression on the track
its when we got back here. You never want to little at from the promised amazingness the mood was mostly upbeat and Monster
could be attributed to anxious drivers run-
see someone go down. drivers insisted it will deliver. It wasnt a was as proud of Buschs victory as it was of
ning their rst real race following the off-
season. It could be that the back half of the Gronks all-nighter. At Buschs Monday
winners breakfast, Monster vice president
CONSTRUCTION LAW grid just isnt that talented. Consider: This
Daytona 500 lacked Jeff Gordon, Tony of sports marketing Mitch Covington
NOT EVERY SOLUTION IS A N AIL Stewart, Carl Edwards and Greg Bife, fea- noted that Gronk had put in a 24-hour shift
tured rookies Daniel Suarez and Erik Jones for the company.
Contracts That a hard-partying NFL player could
and the debuts for Kennington, Corey
Mechanics Liens steal thunder from the Daytona 500 winner
LaJoie, Joey Gase and Jeffery Earnhardt.
Construction Litigation AJ Allmendinger nished third and is a problem NASCAR has to address. The
thought the stages made a difference. big names are getting old, and the sport is
Law Ofces of Brian Irion It seemed like you get ve laps to go in going to be in desperate need of some
611 Veterans Boulevard, Suite 209, Redwood City the stage, everything would kind of amp back superstars very soon.
Smaller rmmore attention. 650-363-2600 up, Allmendinger said. Everybody just gets And if NASCAR intends to be the rock
Your matter will not be three-wide now. Its hard to make any moves star that Monster can create, its going to
happen. You have to get your track position. need far better racing that it got at
assigned to an associate. Bankruptcy Business Real Estate Litigation If you lose it, its hard to get it back. Daytona.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 15
Steelers place franchise tag on running back LeVeon Bell
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MVP performance in Super Bowl 50.
That set up a stalemate that often turned
PITTSBURGH LeVeon Bell, Chandler contentious until the sides agreed to a
Jones, Melvin Ingram and Kawann Short record-shattering deal at the deadline that
didnt have to wait until Wednesdays dead- was worth $114.5 million over six seasons
line to get franchise tagged. and included more guaranteed money
And a person with knowledge of the $70 million than any non-quarterback
details said the New York Giants have told in NFL history.
defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul that he, The newly franchise-tagged players
too, will get the franchise tag. The person could make similar big splashes at their
with direct knowledge of the move spoke positions or could find themselves
on condition of anonymity because the playing on one-year franchise tenders
Giants didnt announce the decision. instead.
The Giants have to designate Pierre-Paul
a franchise player by 4 p. m. ET on Bell cow
Wednesday. He will earn roughly $17 mil- Bell was the first player in NFL history
lion this season unless the team reaches a to average 100 yards rushing and 50 yards
long-term agreement by July 15. receiving in 2016. Pittsburgh general
The Steelers placed their exclusive rights manager Kevin Colbert said earlier this
franchise tag Bell on Monday, the same day month the Steelers intend to keep Bell in
the Panthers, Cardinals and Giants applied black and yellow indefinitely. If the sides
their non-exclusive franchise tags to keep dont agree on a long-term deal Bells
their stars from becoming free agents. salary for 2017 would likely top $12 mil-
This buys the teams and players until MARK L. BAER/USA TODAY SPORTS
mid-July to reach agreement on new long- The Steelers placed the exclusive rights franchise tag on LeVeon Bell Monday ensuring the lion.
All-Pro running back with remain in Pittsburgh in 2017 A long-term deal for the 25-year-old run-
term contracts. ning back isnt without risk, however.
Otherwise, theyll play on one-year with Bell, other teams can negotiate with The biggest superstar to get franchise Twice suspended for violating the leagues
deals and make the average of the top five Pierre-Paul, Short and Jones. However, the tagged last year was linebacker Von Miller, drug policy, Bell has been unable to finish
players at their position in 2017. compensation required two first-round who received the exclusive rights franchise the Steelers final game in each of the past
While only the Steelers can negotiate draft picks is a strong deterrent. tag from the Broncos shortly after his three seasons because of injuries.

Four players could miss Match Play 49ers brief

49ers re-sign Purcell and Bradford
By Doug Ferguson Gary Woodland would Fowler smiled.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS love nothing more than Thats what were trying to figure out, he SANTA CLARA The 49ers tendered
to be at Bay Hill, but said. one-year contracts to exclusive rights free
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. The road Match Play suits him. He Fowler drove to Bay Hill last year to tell agent nose tackle Mike
to the Masters isnt what it used to be. was runner-up two years Arnold Palmer in person that he would not be Purcell and linebacker
For the last three years, Adam Scott has ago in San Francisco. And playing his tournament. He said a big part of Carl Bradford Monday.
played at least three tournaments in Florida he is a past champion at that reason was Match Play moving right Exclusive rights free
before heading to the Masters. Upon leaving Innisbrook, his first PGA into the middle of the Florida swing, just two agents are players with
the Honda Classic this year, he will log more Tour victory. weeks before the Masters. less than three years of
than 19,000 miles before he arrives at And then theres Rickie experience and they are
Henrik Stenson Its clear that Fowler will be playing two of
unable to negotiate with
Augusta National. Fowler. the three weeks leading into the Masters. But
That journey includes a trip home to I dont know yet, he other teams.
which one does he leave out? He said he would Purcell started the first
Australia. It does not include an appearance at said when asked if he was be at the Arnold Palmer Invitational this year, Mike Purcell
the Dell Match Play in Austin, Texas. playing Match Play. five games last season
the first one without the beloved tournament and played in 15 games overall for San
Scott is not alone. Moving the World Golf host. That leaves the choice between Houston
Henrik Stenson, who plans to play three Championships event Francisco. He had 26 tackles and one forced
(I like playing the week before the majors) fumble. He originally joined the team as an
times in the month leading to the Masters, from Doral to Mexico or the Match Play (I dont know yet).
has chosen to sit out Match Play for the sec- City is not an issue. undrafted free agent out of Wyoming in 2015.
I like the golf course. The tribute to Arnie The 49ers claimed Bradford off waivers in
ond straight year. Justin Rose wants to play Fowler said hed be play-
would be awesome, Woodland said. But December from the Green Bay Packers. He
the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and because ing it either way.
unfortunately, its the schedule. With Augusta played the final two games of the season
he wants to play the week before the Masters, Rickie Fowler The biggest thing is
that close and Match Play around the corner, for San Francisco and had two tackles on
he is likely to skip the Match Play for the you want to make sure
youre ready to go at Augusta, he said. it just doesnt work out. defense and two on special teams.
first time.
Its like that for all the top players, cour- Whether thats taking a couple of weeks off
tesy of a PGA Tour schedule that is jam-packed ... I like playing the week before the majors.
with tournaments that are hard to skip I feel like Ive seen that works.
because of the prestige, the money, the golf He has played the Shell Houston Open each
course or the timing. of the last three years, so presumably hell be
Its golfs version of March Madness. back this year.
16 Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

No. 23 Virginia upsets No. 5 UNC NBA GLANCE

By Hank Kurz Jr. saw North already clinched at least a share of Atlantic Division Atlantic Division
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Carolina scored the ACC regular season title, but W L Pct GB GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Boston 38 22 .633 Montreal 63 34 21 8 76 176 163
the next six Monday nights game marked the Toronto 36 24 .600 2 Ottawa 61 33 22 6 72 161 162
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. points to pull fourth time this season they have New York 24 36 .400 14 Boston 62 32 24 6 70 172 165
Philadelphia 22 37 .373 15 1/2 Toronto 61 28 20 13 69 189 182
Kyle Guy scored 17 points, London to 33-29. But scored 23 or fewer points in the Brooklyn 9 49 .155 28 Florida 61 28 23 10 66 155 172
Perrantes had 13 and No. 23 Devon Hall hit first half. They also had 12 Tampa Bay 61 28 25 8 64 171 171
Southeast Division
Virginia used a small lineup to neu- a pair of free turnovers by halftime after averag- Washington 34 23 .596
Buffalo 62 26 26 10 62 152 176
Detroit 60 24 26 10 58 150 178
tralize No. 5 North Carolinas size throws and Guy ing just 9.7 in their previous seven Atlanta 33 26 .559 2
Miami 27 33 .450 8 1/2
in a 53-43 victory Monday night. followed two games. Charlotte 25 34 .424 10 Metropolitan Division
Tar Heels miss- Vi rg i ni a: After coach Tony Orlando 22 38 .367 13 1/2 Washington 61 41 13 7 89 203 133
Guy connected on five 3-pointers Kyle Guy Pittsburgh 60 38 14 8 84 211 168
for Virginia (20-9, 10-7 Atlantic es with a 3- Bennett used his freshmen sparing- Central Division Columbus 60 39 16 5 83 199 145
Coast Conference) and Perrantes pointer. After the Tar Heels trailed ly in the second half of four con- Cleveland 41 17 .707 N.Y. Rangers 62 40 20 2 82 206 164
Indiana 31 29 .517 11 N.Y. Islanders61 29 22 10 68 180 182
hit three, continuing to emerge 40-39 with 9:26 left, Perrantes secutive losses that demonstrated Chicago 30 29 .508 11 1/2 Philadelphia 61 28 26 7 63 157 187
from a shooting slump that con- made back-to-back 3s for Virginia, their offensive challenges without Detroit 28 31 .475 13 1/2 New Jersey 62 25 25 12 62 145 180
Milwaukee 26 32 .448 15 Carolina 58 25 25 8 58 146 168
tributed greatly to a four-game skid rousing the crowd at John Paul the young players, Bennett appears
for the Cavaliers. Jones Arena to deafening levels. to be willing to sacrifice defensive WESTERN CONFERENCE WESTERN CONFERENCE
When Jack Salt added a putback experience for offensive necessity, Southwest Division Central Division
Joel Berry II scored 12 points to San Antonio 45 13 .776 Minnesota 60 40 14 6 86 203 142
lead the Tar Heels (25-6, 13-4), that lingered on the rim, then and Guy and Ty Jerome have pro- Houston 42 19 .689 4 1/2 Chicago 62 39 18 5 83 187 159
dropped, the outcome seemed cer- vided a scoring boost. Memphis 35 25 .583 11 Nashville 62 31 22 9 71 183 173
who snapped a four-game winning Dallas 24 35 .407 21 1/2 St. Louis 61 31 25 5 67 172 177
streak. ACC player of the year con- tain. New Orleans 23 37 .383 23 Winnipeg 63 28 29 6 62 184 199
tender Justin Jackson, who arrived North Carolina, averaging 86.2 Up next Northwest Division
Dallas 62 24 28 10 58 173 201
Colorado 60 17 40 3 37 121 199
averaging 19.9 points in league points, scored just four points in The Tar Heels close the regular Utah 37 22 .627
play, was guarded most of the night the games last 9:26. Oklahoma City 34 25 .576 3 Pacific Division
season at home against Duke on Denver 26 33 .441 11 Sharks 61 36 18 7 79 170 145
by Perrantes and scored just seven Saturday night. Portland 24 34 .414 12 1/2
points and missed seven of his 10 Big picture Virginia wraps up the regular sea-
Minnesota 24 36 .400 13 1/2 Edmonton 63 33
Anaheim 63 32
shots. Pacific Division Calgary 63 33 26 4 70 169 177
No rth Caro l i na: The Tar Heels son looking to avenge an earlier Los Angeles 62 30 27 5 65 154 156
The Cavaliers opened a 33-23 Warriors 50 9 .847
might not have been as sharp as loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday L.A. Clippers 36 23 .610 14 Vancouver 61 26 29 6 58 143 176
lead early in the second half, then they would have been had they not afternoon. Sacramento 25 35 .417 25 1/2 Arizona 61 22 32 7 51 148 196
L.A. Lakers 19 41 .317 31 1/2
Phoenix 18 41 .305 32 Mondays Games
Montreal 4, New Jersey 3, OT
Mondays Games Tampa Bay 5, Ottawa 1
Cleveland 102, Milwaukee 95 Minnesota 5, Los Angeles 4, OT
Golden State 119, Philadelphia 108 Tuesdays Games
Toronto 92, New York 91 Arizona at Boston, 4 p.m.
Atlanta 114, Boston 98 Colorado at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
Dallas 96, Miami 89 Nashville at Buffalo, 4 p.m.
Indiana 117, Houston 108 Washington at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m.
Minnesota 102, Sacramento 88 Columbus at Montreal, 4:30 p.m.
Tuesdays Games Carolina at Florida, 4:30 p.m.
Golden State at Washington, 4 p.m. Edmonton at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Portland at Detroit, 4:30 p.m. Minnesota at Winnipeg, 5 p.m.
Denver at Chicago, 5 p.m. Pittsburgh at Dallas, 5:30 p.m.
Phoenix at Memphis, 5 p.m. Los Angeles at Calgary, 6 p.m.
Utah at Oklahoma City, 5 p.m. Detroit at Vancouver, 7 p.m.
Charlotte at L.A. Lakers, 7:30 p.m. Toronto at San Jose, 7:30 p.m.

Northern California bracket.
While NDB has struggled through
McNabs junior and senior seasons,
she wrapped up her career as a play-
Continued from page 11 off contender. The Tigers won their
CCS Division IV opener last
of it. She was the only freshman on Thursday against Seaside before see-
a mostly upperclassman team. That ing their season end Saturday in a
year and the next were full of hard- quarterfinal loss to Half Moon Bay.
knocks lessons for the 5-5 guard. With the loss ending McNabs
career, part of the legacy she leaves
It was an OK experience, behind is a youth movement
McNab said. I kind of struggled. It including four underclassmen she
was tough in the team chemistry was mindful, because of her tough
department. I definitely felt like an road, to welcome to the varsity ranks
outsider but I toughed it out. These past two years Ive defi-
As a sophomore in 2014-15, nitely had a lot more fun, McNab
though, McNab started every game said. Team chemistry wise its got-
and helped the Tigers to the Central ten a lot better and as a team leader,
Coast Section Division IV champi- I think Ive done a good job of uni-
onship game. After settling for fying them. Its been a priority
Division IV runner-up, the Tigers for me to make the underclassmen
advanced two games into the CIF feel honored and valued.
THE DAILY JOURNAL HEALTH Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 17

Doctors worry about teen pot use amid looser laws

By Lindsey Tanner toms although some developed breathing
Potential harms problems.
The brain continues to develop until the
early 20s, raising concerns about the poten-
CHICAGO An influential doctors group
tial short- and long-term effects of a mind- Whos using
is beefing up warnings about marijuanas
potential harms for teens amid increasingly altering drug. Some studies suggest that
teens who use marijuana at least 10 times a Government data show that almost 40 per-
lax laws and attitudes on pot use. cent of U.S. high school students have tried
Many parents use the drug and think its month develop changes in brain regions
affecting memory and the ability to plan. marijuana, about 20 percent are current users
OK for their kids, but we would rather not and close to 10 percent first tried it before
mess around with the developing brain, said Some changes may be permanent, the report
says. age 13. Use has increased in recent years
Dr. Seth Ammerman. among those aged 18 and older but not
The advice comes in a new report from the Frequent use starting in the early teen years
may lower IQ scores, and some studies have among young teens. Still, kids aged 12-17
American Academy of Pediatrics, published increasingly think that marijuana use is not
Monday in Pediatrics. The group opposes shown that starting marijuana use at a young
age is more likely to lead to addiction than harmful.
medical and recreational marijuana use for
kids. It says emphasizing that message is starting in adulthood. Not all teen users Dr. Sheryl Ryan, a Yale University pedi-
important because most states have legalized develop these problems and some may be atrics professor and lead author of the acade-
medical use for adults, and many have decrim- more vulnerable because of genetics or other Parents should avoid using marijuana in my report, said marijuana is the drug of
inalized or legalized adults recreational use. factors. front of their kids and should keep all mari- choice for many of her teen patients in New
Those trends have led parents to increas- juana products stored out of kids sight, the Haven, Connecticut. Some think daily use is
ingly ask doctors about kids use, said Medical versus recreational use academy says. Some young children who safe, noting that their parents or grandpar-
Ammerman, a Stanford University pediatrics Solid research on medical marijuanas accidentally swallowed their parents pot- ents smoked pot in college and turned out
professor who co-wrote the report. effects in children and teens is lacking, containing cookies or drinks have landed in OK. But todays marijuana is much more
Parents will say, I use it moderately and although some studies have suggested it may the emergency room for mostly minor symp- potent and potentially more risky, Ryan
Im fine with it, so its really benign and not benefit kids with hard-to-treat seizures. The said.
a problem if my kid uses it, he said. report says other potential benefits, doses
Doctors need to know how to respond to and effects are mostly unknown.
that thinking, and parents and teens need to Recreational use is illegal for those under
know the risks, Ammerman said. age 21 even in states that allow adult use.

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Pressure on GOP to revamp health law grows, along with rifts

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In a fresh blow, a lead- theyve made for years to repeal Obamas possible GOP changes could roil the market-
ing House conservative 2010 law and substitute a GOP alternative. place.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump said late Monday that he Conservatives favoring full repeal are pitted Trump said the current health insurance
declared Monday that Nobody knew that was opposing a prelimi- against more cautious moderates, and gover- market is going to absolutely implode a
health care could be so complicated. Yet the nary version of GOP leg- nors looking to curb Medicaids costs also contention he and other Republicans have
opposite has long been painfully obvious islation that emerged last worry about constituents losing coverage. made repeatedly. With premiums, deductibles
for top congressional Republicans, who face week. Rep. Mark Walker, But Republicans see inaction as the worst and other out-of-pockets costs increasing in
mounting pressure to scrap the law even as R-N.C., objected that the alternative and leaders may plunge ahead as many individual markets, Democrats concede
problems grow longer and knottier. draft would not immedi- soon as next week with initial House com- that changes are needed. But they contest
With the GOP-controlled Congress start- Mark Walker ately end the expansion mittee votes on legislation. that dire description and have no interest in
ing its third month of work on one of its mar- of Medicaid under I believe they have left themselves no helping Republicans kill Obamas statute.
quee priorities, unresolved difficulties Obamas health care overhaul and would cre- choice. Politically they must do some- Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-
include how their substitute would handle ate new tax credits to be paid to people, even thing, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, a Republican N.Y., told reporters that Republicans have
Medicaid, whether millions of voters might if they owed little or no federal taxes. economist and health analyst, said Monday. yet to win any Democratic support for their
lose coverage, how their proposed tax credits Walker heads the Republican Study Trump spoke about health cares complex- effort and said the odds are very high
would work and how to pay for the costly Committee, which traditionally represents ities on a day he held White House talks with Obamas law wont be repealed.
exercise. most House Republicans. He said in a state- dozens of governors worried Republicans Congress returned Monday from a recess
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget ment that he could not in good conscience could shift a huge financial burden to the that spotlighted hurdles the GOP faces.
Office made things complicated recently by recommend support without significant states by curbing Medicaid, the federal-state Many Republicans endured rough recep-
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to continue its upward trajectory as voters in Were not in the smoke business; were in the implemented, he said.

Continued from page 17
more states embrace the idea of legalizing
marijuana, market researchers say. Eight
states and Washington, D.C., have legalized
oil business, chief executive John Stockwell
said. To spend this much money and to inte-
grate this much technology, were looking to
Still, Krane questioned the size of the New
Mexico project given the states stance on
recreational use and the relatively small
marijuana for recreational use, while New abide by the federal rules. We want to be part of medicinal market. Such a large greenhouse has
Mexico and more than two dozen states have the solution, not part of the problem. the potential to produce four times the annual
100 football fields. Officials at the Delaware- medical marijuana programs. The Trump administration has warned of a volume of medical marijuana used in the state,
based company say they would have room for Only licensed nonprofit producers are crackdown on recreational marijuana use, but with no opportunity for shipping beyond
as many as 40 million medicinal plants, from allowed to grow medical marijuana in New White House spokesman Sean Spicer has said New Mexicos borders because of current fed-
marijuana to pennywort and Indian ginseng. Mexico, and the competition is fierce. For the president does not oppose medical mari- eral laws.
While marijuana is expected to make up a example, more than 80 applicants filed paper- juana. Bright Green and Acoma Pueblo say the
significant portion of the operation, support- work with the state in 2015, and only 12 Kris Krane, president of Boston-based focus is on the future.
ers of the project say the business plan was licenses were granted. 4Front Ventures , an investment and consult- Chris Ahmie with Acoma Business
originally designed to sustain itself by pro- Bright Green officials dont intend to seek a ing firm focused on the medical marijuana Enterprises described the marijuana debate as
ducing oils used for various remedies already state license, saying their operation would be industry, said its too early to tell how the complex and contentious. He said the goal is
popular in the homeopathic world. on tribal land and subject only to tribal and administrations comments will affect the to create what he called a gold-standard facili-
Were just in the process of building our federal laws. marijuana business but that those on the med- ty that would be recognized internationally.
facilities so well be customizing our crops to Under a 25-year agreement with Acoma ical side are feeling somewhat reassured. Were not willing to risk that investment
what the market is most receptive to, but its Pueblo, Bright Green has vowed that whatev- Krane said the economic effects are hard to or that goal by skirting or subverting federal
definitely an important part of this, Bright er plants it grows and the oils it produces ignore. As this industry grows, job opportu- laws or anything like that, he said. Thats
Green chief operating officer Clarity Patton would adhere to federal regulations. nities grow, tax revenue grows and ancillary what were looking at, the long range. Were
said of marijuanas role in the venture. What we plan on doing is working with the businesses grow around them. Its been a real taking our time with it. Were going to make
The multibillion-dollar industry is expected FDA to approve our novel prescription drugs. financial boon for the states where its been sure everything is right.

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Pang-Maganaris, principal of Nesbit days later, over $12,000 has been raised by still facing the difficult question of where lies displaced by Tuesdays fire. To post
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industry and the tourism economy on which Republicans.
Half Moon Bay depends.
For so many years, this community has
There are other people in Half Moon Bay
that voted for Trump, said Chris Petropoulos, Calendar
lived under fear, under fear because they dont a Republican who noted many others joined
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know if they have rights, said 20-year coast- him in electing the president. I want you to TUESDAY, FEB. 28
side resident Yolanda Novelo. keep an open mind, there is a reason why half Library Film Nights: Queen of Katwe. 5
their congressional representative to continue p.m. to 7 p.m. 1 Library Ave., Millbrae.
Although a few speakers sought Speiers of the people in this country voted for Donald Admission is free. For more information call
work on issues important to the community. input for encouraging sanctuary status, particu- Trump. 697-7607.
Like many town halls held throughout the larly statewide, the congresswoman indicated Despite a verbal spat with a nearby attendee Second Water Utility Infrastructure Study
country, there was no shortage of topics to dis- it was not a policy she felt would make the dif- who suggested Trump was a fascist, the meet- Session. 6 p.m. Chetcuti Community Room,
cuss since the Trump administration began ference supporters expected. ing remained generally respectful and Speier 450 Poplar Ave., behind City Hall, Millbrae.
Open to the public. At this study session,
making sweeping changes to federal policies Instead, she said weve got to get serious emphasized Petropoulos had a right to share residents are invited to discuss the current
following a contentious election that left much with how were going to deal with the fact there his views. state of our water infrastructure, building
of the nation divided. upon ideas and goals from previous meet-
are 11 [million] to 12 million undocumented Some also sought Speiers commitment on ings. For more information visit
Universal health care, immigration, climate immigrants in this country, Speier said, sug- pressing issues such as investigating the
change, the appropriateness of the Electoral gesting reforming the citizenship process was administrations ties to Russia, requiring Introduction to Co.Starters Entrepreneur
College, education, womens rights, the LGBT a better course. Trump to disclose his tax returns and preserv- Program. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. San Carlos Library,
community and other hot topics were raised 610 Elm St., San Carlos. Currently accepting
A strong supporter of the DREAMers who ing the Affordable Care Act. applications for this nine-week program.
during Speiers nearly two-hour gathering signed up under Obamas executive order to pro- A mother holding her children stood and Limited to 16 committed individuals/part-
titled A Conversation about America. ners. For more information email
tect children who were brought to the country praised the ACA for helping her son to receive
People speaking up around the country is so illegally, she said I will stand in front of them treatment for asthma, another woman urged
important, Speier said. Cuba after Fidel. 7 p.m. Burlingame Library,
if ICE attempts to deport them. funding for Planned Parenthood continue, and 480 Primrose Road, Burlingame. Come for a
While pressed with dozens of varied ques- In an emotional address to Speier and those dozens with signs suggesting universal health talk about the changes taking place in Cuba
tions, there was consistency in her responses in attendance Saturday, Shivam Bhatt spoke care were present. since restoration of diplomatic relations
with the U.S. and the future of Cuba after
upholding the Constitution must be para- about the recent Kansas incident in which a I support Medicare for all, I think thats the Fidel Castros death. For more information
mount to combating some of the Trump initia- man allegedly killed an Indian tech worker he simplest way, Speier said. call 558-7444.
tives that have left millions in fear, she said. believed was Middle Eastern. Bhatt, who is Other issues that arose included Speiers Shakespeares Twelfth Night by the San
Noting whats at the top of the U.S. govern- Indian and noted his mixed-race family includes account of college students living in their cars Francisco Shakespeare Festival. 7 p.m. San
ments organizational chart, she emphasized Mateo Main Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San
a young son, as well as his wife teared up during and the need to support higher education, two Mateo. Free. For more information call 522-
the Constitution is whats going to protect the meeting. local middle school students who feared LGBT 7818.
us. This is my country? Where do I go? he rights were at risk, the future of the Democratic WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1
Hoping to inspire continued participation in asked, expressing fear about the future of National Committee, issues with the national Rainwater Harvesting and Graywater
shaping the nations future, she appealed to the Reuse Workshop. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Millbrae
America. voting process and more. Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. Free. Learn
audience as our efforts to stop things, is You stay right here, Speier said. As the diverse group met with Speier less innovative methods for harvesting rainwa-
going to have to be in the courts, and with all ter and capturing household graywater for
She noted demonizing the other only pro- than a mile from the beach, concerns about the use in your garden and landscape. For more
of you. vides fodder to those trying to divide the presidents effect on national climate change information or to RSVP call 349-3000 or visit
Issues surrounding immigration and health nation and emphasized we are a country that is policies were also feared in an area where bil-
care were two areas that drew impassioned pleas the melting pot of the world. lions of dollars of infrastructure is at risk both THURSDAY, MARCH 2
from the audience. While some carried signs about resisting fas- on the Bayfront and coastside. Foster City 55+ Club Meeting. 11 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Come
Trumps promises to crack down on undocu- cism and even suggesting the new president We are ground zero in this county for sea for entertainment, guest lectures, game
mented immigrants is particularly pertinent on wasnt fit to serve, at least one attendee brave- level rise, Speier said, adding preparing may days, potlucks and special lunches. Meet
the San Mateo County coastline where others and make new friends. For more
ly stood in opposition arguing it was unfair for require San Mateo County residents to be will- information call 573-0841.
Hispanic workers help drive a rich agricultural liberals to categorically condemn ing to tax ourselves to protect ourselves. Cost of Living Launch and Lunch. 11:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sobrato Center Redwood
Shores, 350 Twin Dolphin Road, Redwood

ties, many of which have blossomed in drawn to Redwood Citys growth.
City. For more information email adri-
Courthouse Square, just across the street from For the Lochtefelds, the sale comes at a time
the iconic entertainment venue. Eric when they are seeing returns on the investment Dance Series 01. 500 Castro St., Mountain
Lochtefeld estimated the theater has drawn over they made in the city, which included several View. Dance Series 01 features three works
Continued from page 1
150,000 people to the average of 300 events partnerships with the city and other downtown including a world premiere, a regional pre-
miere and a treasured work by Michael
offered annually. businesses and organizations to increase Smuin. Stanton Welchs Indigo examines
Included in Paus purchase of the approxi- the vagaries of romantic relationships as
We decided Redwood City being as hot of a engagement with the downtown.
mately 40,000-square-foot property is 20,000 four couples come together, fall in love, fight
square feet of theater space, 10,000 square feet market as it could be, that this might be the In our first year, we quickly realized that if and exchange partners. Show runs until
best time to test the market and see if there were downtown Redwood City did not quickly rise up March 5. 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. 2
of office space and 10,000 square feet of retail p.m. Saturday, Sunday. For more information
space. The Club Fox music venue, which Erics interested buyers out there, said Eric that our efforts would be in vain, said Eric visit
older brother Charley Lochtefeld will operate Lochtefeld. We were very interested in finding Lochtefeld. Lawyer in the Library with Christopher F.
for the next four years, is included in the sale as a buyer that wanted to continue the great tradi- The couple was pleased to have found in Pau a Morales. 6 p.m. South San Francisco Main
tion of the Fox Theatre. Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South San
well. In an offering memorandum circulated shared interest in continuing the renowned the- Francisco. For more information email
this summer, the property was offered for sale The Lochtefelds have seen rents for the four aters tradition.
at a price of $20 million. tenants in the propertys office space triple in Were going to continue doing what were Computing in Your Pocket: The
In 2010, Eric and Lori Lochtefeld purchased the last five years, with two tenants, cloud doing, said Eric Lochtefeld. Were going to Prehistory of the iPhone in Silicon Valley.
6 p.m. Computer History Museum, 1401 N.
the property out of foreclosure for $6 million. computing company Upthere, Inc. and data continue providing the same kind of entertain- Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View. Come for a
Since then, the theaters offerings have grown management company DeepDive, indicative of ment weve been providing for the past five panel discussion with former leaders of
Silicon Valley companies and take a mini-
alongside Redwood Citys downtown activi- the influx of technology and startup companies years. tour of the museums Mobile Computing
Gallery. For more information email
Womens View -2017 art exhibit. 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. 400 County Center at the Hall of
Justice, Redwood City. Exhibit is open
Monday through Friday and goes through
April 28. For more information email
Kidz in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South San
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
South San Francisco. For more information
Lunchtime Knitters. Noon. South San
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
South San Francisco. For more information
Anime. 3:30 p.m. Grand avenue Library, 306
Walnut, South San Francisco. For more infor-
mation email
Step into Spring. 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Municipal Services Building, 33 Arroyo
Drive, South San Francisco. Soroptimist
International presents an evening of enter-
tainment, silent auction and refreshments
to raise money for empowering women.
Tickets are $25. For more information call
Free First Fridays. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2200
Broadway, Redwood City. The San Mateo
County History Museum continues Free
First Fridays, where not only is admission
free, but preschool children will be invited
to learn Irish traditions, and at 2 p.m., muse-
um docents will lead museum tours for
adults. For more information visit histo-
Step into Spring- 12th Annual. 5:30 p.m.
to 8 p.m. South San Francisco Municipal
Services Building, 33 Arroyo Drive, South
San Francisco. Tickets are $25. For more
information visit www.soroptimistnorth-
Sanchez Art Center Exhibits. 7 p.m. to 9
p.m. 1220B Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica.
Featuring exhibits from Helge Ternsten, the
Art Guild of Pacifica and high school stu-
dents and Skyline College faculty. For more
information contact 355-1894.



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The following person is doing business The following person is doing business Peter Coleman McDonagh
as: EDS Center, LP, 316 S. Eldorado as: Antonio Ibe, 210 Curfew Ct., FOS- Case Number: 17PRO00183
Street, Suite 110, SAN MATEO, CA TER CITY, CA 94404. Registered Own- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
94401. Registered Owner: James New- er: Antonio M. Ibe, same address. The tingent creditors, and persons who may
man, 1795 El Camino Real, PALO AL- business is conducted by an Individual. otherwise be interested in the will or es-
TO, CA 94306. The business is conduct- The registrants commenced to transact tate, or both, of Peter Coleman McDo-
ed by a Limited Partnership. The regis- business under the FBN on N/A. nagh. A Petition for Probate has been
trants commenced to trans act business /s/Antonio Ibe/ filed by Seamus P. McDonagh in the Su-
under the FBN on January 1, 2017. This statement was filed with the Asses- perior Court of California, County of San
/s/James Newman/ sor-County Clerk on 2/23/2017. (Publish- Mateo. The Petition for Probate requests
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, that Seamus P. McDonagh be appointed
sor-County Clerk on 2/10/2017. (Publish- 2/28/17, 3/7/17, 3/14/17, 3/21/17). as personal representative to administer
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, the estate of the decedent.
2/14/17, 2/21/17, 2/28/17, 3/7/17). The petition requests authority to admin-
ORDER TO ister the estate under the Independent
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME CHANGE OF NAME thority will allow the personal representa-
STATEMENT #272408 CASE# 17CIV00684 tive to take many actions without obtain-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, ing court approval. Before taking certain
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SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, sonal representative will be required to
Owners: 1) Christopher G. Allen 2) Esth- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 give notice to interested persons unless
er D. Allen, same address. The business PETITION OF they have waived notice or consented to
is conducted by a General Partnership. Chien-An Cho the proposed action.) The independent
The registrants commenced to trans act TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: administration authority will be granted
business under the FBN on 2/13/17. Petitioner: Chien-An Cho a petition with unless an interested person files an ob-
/s/Christopher Allen/ this court for a decree changing name jection to the petition and shows good
This statement was filed with the Asses- as follows: cause why the court should not grant au-
sor-County Clerk on 2/13/2017. (Publish- Present name: Chien-An Cho thority.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Proposed Name: Zero Chien-An Cho A hearing on the petition will be held in
2/14/17, 2/21/17, 2/28/17, 3/7/17). THE COURT ORDERS that all persons this court as follows: MAR. 28, 2017 at
interested in this matter shall appear be- 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior
fore this court at the hearing indicated Court of California, County of San Mateo,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME below to show cause, if any, why the pe- 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA
STATEMENT #272320 tition for change of name should not be 94063.
The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the If you object to the granting of the peti-
as: Artworks by Marty, 230 Del Monte name changes described above must file tion, you should appear at the hearing
Ave., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA a written objection that includes the rea- and state your objections or file written
94080. Registered Owner: Donna K. sons for the objection at least two court objections with the court before the hear-
Martinez, same address. The business is days before the matter is scheduled to ing. Your appearance may be in person
conducted by an Individual. The regis- be heard and must appear at the hearing or by your attorney.
trants commenced to trans act business to show cause why the petition should If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
under the FBN on 01/01/2017. not be granted. If no written objection is itor of the decedent, you must file your
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/s/Donna K. Martinez/ timely filed, the court may grant the peti- claim with the court and mail a copy to
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ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Red- months from the date of first issuance of Call (323) 439-7713. (650) 578 9208
2/14/17, 2/21/17, 2/28/17, 3/7/17). wood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Or- letters to a general personal representa- VINTAGE G.E. radio, model c-442c $60.
der to Show Cause shall be published at tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the LOST SMALL gray and green Parrot. (650)421-5469
least once each week for four successive Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days Redwood Shores. (650)207-2303. 300 Toys VINTAGE G.E. radio, model c1470 $60.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME weeks prior to the date set for hearing on from the date of mailing or personal de-
STATEMENT #272335 (650)421-5469
The following person is doing business
the petition in the following newspaper of
general circulation:
livery to you of a notice under sectioin Books 2 STORY dollhouse w/ furniture 24 x 24
good condition $50. joe (650)573-5269
9052 of the Callifornia Probate VINTAGE zENITH radio, model L516b
as: Taxi Cab Kikini, 104 Hilcrest Blvd #Z, San Mateo Daily Journal Code.Other California statutes and legal
MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Registered Own- qUALITY BOOkS used and rare. World $75. (650)421-5469
Filed: 2/23/2017 authority may affect your rights as a & US History and classic American nov- 3-STORY BARBIE Dollhouse with spiral
er:Edwin A. Garcia, same address. The /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ creditor. You may want to consult with an staircase and elevator. $60. (650)558-
business is conducted by an individual. Judge of the Superior Court attorney knowledgable in California law.
els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
8142 304 Furniture
The registrants commenced to trans act Dated: 2/17/2017 You may examine the file kept by the
business under the FBN on 02-07-17. (Published 2/28/17, 3/7/17, 3/14/17, court. If you are a person interested in 294 Baby Stuff ALLOYED LINOTYPE (BNH ~18) for 5 FOOT resin folding table, still in the
/s/Edwin A. Garcia/ 3/21/17). the estate, you may file with the court a casting miniature/board-game figurines. box $10.00 (650)368-0748
This statement was filed with the Asses- Request for Special Notice (form DE- FISHER-PRICE HEALTHY Care booster 10#, $10 (650) 591-4553
sor-County Clerk on 2/7/2017. (Publish- 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- seat - $5 (650)592-5864. ANTIqUE DINING table for six people
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, praisal of estate assets or of any petition LARGE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
2/14/17, 2/21/17, 2/28/17, 3/7/17). or account as provided in Probate Code 296 Appliances Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
ANTIqUE GLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood.
STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF section 1250. A Request for Special No-
THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS tice form is available from the court clerk. STAR WARS one 4 orange card ac- Excellent Condition. $450.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 1960'S AVOCADO Osterizer blender (650)888-2662
NAME STATEMENT M-251613 Attorney for Petitioner: excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer-
STATEMENT #272482 Name of the person abandoning the use Diana Redding, ESQ. head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614
0513 ANTIqUE MAHOGANY Bookcase. Four
The following person is doing business of the Fictitious Business Name: Lang- 2500 Santa Clara Ave.
as: Fun Extensions, 37 E 3rd Ave, SAN don C. Laws. Name of Business: Pan- STAR WARS SDCC Stormtrooper feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
MATEO, CA 94401. Registered Owner: dora@Hillsdale. Date of original filing: (510) 522-6900 Commander $29 OBO Dan,
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG (650)303-3568 lv msg ANTIqUE MAHOGANY double bed with
Grace xu, 97 Lakewood Cir, SAN MA- 7/30/2012. Address of Principal Place of FILED: 02/22/2017 brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- adjustable steelframe $225.00. OBO.
TEO, CA 94402. The business is con- Business: 60 31st Avenue, 2032, SAN (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- 0898 (650)592-4529
ducted by an Individual. The registrants MATEO, CA 94403. Registrant: Laws
West, Inc., MA. The business was con-
nal on 2/28/17, 3/7/17, 3/8/17 ) 302 Antiques
commenced to trans act business under AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000 BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
the FBN on 2/17/17. ducted by a Corporation. BTU, Commercial Cool model ANTIqUE BUFFET Cabinet, with 2 large (650) 315-2319
/s/Langdon C. Laws/ CPN14xC9, almost like new! All acces- drawers w/skeleton key, needs refinish-
/s/Grace xu/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sories plus remote included. ing. $700/obo.. ANTIqUE CHINA cabi- BRAND NEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo 20 x 16-5/8 x 33-1/2 $345. net, with doors and legs, dark wood.. box $45. (415)231-4825.
sor-County Clerk on 2/17/2017. (Publish- County on 2/7/17. (Published in the San (650)345-1835 $500/obo. (650)952-5049
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Mateo Daily Journal, 2/14/17, 2/21/2017, CHAIRS 2 Blue Good Condition $50
2/21/17, 2/28/17, 3/7/17, 3/14/17). 2/28/17, 3/7/17).
210 Lost & Found CHARCOAL GRILL with cover, 24, al- OBO (650)345-5644
ANTIqUE ITALIAN lamp 18 high, $70
most new $15. (650)368-0748 (650)387-4002 COAT/HAT STAND, solid wood, for your
FOUND: kEYS at Westwood Park in mountain cabin/house. $50. (650)520-
Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to CHEFMATE TOASTER oven, brand BEAUTIFUL AND UNIqUE Victorian
new, bakes, broils, toasts, adjustable 7045
claim (650)714-8893 Side Sewing Table, All original. Rose-

temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 wood. Carved. ExCELLENT CONDI- COMPUTER SWIVEL CHAIR. Padded
LOST - MY COLLAPSIBLE music stand, TION! $350. (650)815-8999. Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
clip lights, and music in black bags were new, bakes, broils, toasts, adjustable
taken from my car in Foster City and may MAHOGANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk, COMPUTER TABLE, adjustable height,
temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 72 x 40 , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- chrome legs, 29x48 like new $30 (650)
Fictitious Business Name Statements, have been thrown out by disappointed
thieves. Please call (650)704-3595 elled glass, $400. (650)766-3024 697-8481
CIRRUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, new extra cleaning pads,user manual. OLD VINTAGE Wooden Sea Captains COUCH, CREAM IKEA, great condition,
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, LOST - Womans diamond ring. Lost
$45. (650)588-5487 Tool Chest 35 x 16 x 16, $65
$89, light-weight, compact, sturdy love-
seat (415)775-0141
12/18. Broadway, Redwood City.
Notice of Public Sales and More. REWARD! (650)339-2410
COLEMAN LxE Roadtrip Grill -
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 STORE FRONT display cabinet, From CUSTOM MADE wood sewing storage
(650)918-9847 1930, marble base. 72 long x 40 tallx cabinet perfect condition $75. (650)483-
LOST CAT Our Felicity, weighs 7 lbs, 21 deep. Asking $500. (650)341-1306
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. she has a white nose, mouth, chin, all ELECTRIC STOVE From Sears 1222
four legs, chest stomach, around her Excellent Condition $225
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 neck. Black mask/ears, back, tail. Nice Please Call (650)244-9267 303 Electronics CUSTOM MADE wood sewing storage
REWARD. Please email us at cabinet perfect condition $75. (650)483-
Email them to: or call 650-576-
8745. She drinks water out of her paws.
EUREkA BRAVO II Upright Vacuum
Cleaner, Micron Filter System, Model
46 MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great
condition. $400. (650)261-1541.

7683 $20. 650-952-3500 DINETTE TABLE with Chrome Legs: 36"

ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma- x58" (with one leaf 11 1/2") - $50.
GOOD MICROWAVE 1100 watt $40 Da- chine s never used for small bus. $95 (650)341-5347
ly City (415) 231-4825. (650)992-4544.
DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.

The Future
JACk LALANE'S power juicer. $40. ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma- (650) 756-9516.Daly City.
Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. chine s never used for small bus. $95
(650)992-4544. DINING ROOM table Good Condition
$90.00 or best offer ( 650)-780-0193
UPRIGHT VACUUM Cleaner, $10. Call BLAUPUNkT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re-
of local news content Ed, (415)298-0645 South San Francisco
Refrigerator all working and in good con-
ceiver with Detachable Face asking
$100. (650)593-4490
DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for
$75. Good condition; good for children.
Call (650)678-8585
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. BULOVA WINDUP Travel clocks.Vin-
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries The local community tage. Set of eight. $99. gene (650)421-
DRESSER- ART Deco. 54wide 34 tall
22deep. $150. (650)888-2662.
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of WHIRLPOOL. HIGH Efficiency Washer. 5469
White. Like new. Top load. $250.00.
the newspaper industry. (650)483-9226 COMPLETE COLOR photo developer DRESSER- VICTORIAN. 35 tall
Besler Enlarger, Color Head, trays, photo 48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42
tools $50/ (650)921-1996
297 Bicycles $450. (650)888-2662.
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of IPHONE 5 Morphie Juice Pack with DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass.
ADULT BIkES 1 regular and 2 with bal- charger, Originally $100, now $85.
SF Peninsula seeks an entreprenuerial marketing solutions including print advertising, loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 (650)766-2679
Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150.
Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, CHILDS BICYCLE in good condition. kINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger
$30. (650)355-5189 DRUM TABLE - brown, perfect condi-
and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 tion, nice design, with storage, $45.,
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the 298 Collectibles LEFT-HAND ERGONOMIC keyboard
with 'A-shape' key layout Num pad, $20
team for an immediate opening. industry continues its evolution and our paper 1920'S AqUA Glass Beaded Flapper (650)204-0587
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
Purse (drawstring bag) & Faux Pearl (650)726-4102
You must be community-minded, action- continues its upward trajectory. Flapper Collar. $50. (650)762-6048 MOTOROLA BRAVO MB 520 (android
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
card Belmont (650)595-8855 ESPRESSO TABLE 30 square, 40 tall,
oriented, customer-focused, and without fail, a Experience with print advertising and online 1940 VINTAGE telephone bench maple $95 (650)375-8021
antiques collectibles $75 (650)755-9833
self starter. You will be responsible for sales marketing a plus. But we will consider a NEW HP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex- GLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star tra cartridges- $50. Call (650)345-1234 lent condition. $100 650-345-5644
and account management activities associated candidate with little or no sales experience as Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian,
ONkYO AV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- LAWN CHAIRS (4) White, plastic, $8.
with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits: 6614 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, each, (415)346-6038
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
LENNOx RED Rose, Unused, hand LEATHER SOFA, black, excellent condi-
t)VOHFSGPSTVDDFTTt"CJMJUZUPBEBQUUPDIBOHF painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
$12.00. (650) 578 9208.
OPTIMUS H36 ST5800 Tower Speaker
36x10x11 $30. (650)580-6324
tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533

LIVING ROOM table 36"x19" exc condi-
tion $30.(415) 231-4825.
dio for $50. (650)593-4490
LOVE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow
RENO SILVER LEGACY Casino four PIONEER HOUSE Speakers, pair. 15 floral $99. (650)574-4021
rare memorabilia items, casino key, two inch 3-way, black with screens. Work
Join us, if you check off on these qualities and also believe in the future of newspapers. coins, small charm. $95. (650)676-0974 great. $99.(650)243-8198 NEW DELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Please email your resume to SCHILLER HIPPIE poster, linen, Sparta SAMSUNG FLAT TV 20" Sell! (650) 875-8159.
graphics 1968. Mint condition. $600.00. VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544
A cover letter with your views on the newspaper industry would also be helpful. (650)701-0276 NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame
SONY DHG-HDD250 DVR and program- $30.00 (650) 347-2356
able remote.
299 Computers Record OTA. Clock set issues $99 OAk CLAW foot coffee table, needs
(650)595-8855 some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
kOGI 15 inch computer monitor. Model
L5Qx. $25. PH(650)592-5864. SONY PROJECTION TV 48" with re- OAk SIx SHELF Book Case 6FT 4FT
mote good condition $99 (650)345-1111 $55 (650)458-8280
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304 Furniture 308 Tools

OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
$130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
obo Retail $130 (650)873-8167 VINTAGE SHOPSMITH and BAND
SAW, good shape. $500/obo. Call

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PAPASAN CHAIRS (2) -with cushions (650)342-6993
$45. each set, (650)347-8061
RECLINER CHAIR blue tweed clean
good $75 Call (650)583-3515
309 Office Equipment
RECLINING SWIVEL chair almost new
$99 (650)766-4858 NEAT RECEIPTS Mobile Scanner new
in box $79, call (650)324-8416
Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis ROCkING CHAIR fine light, oak condi-

tion with pads, $85/OBO. (650)369-9762 310 Misc. For Sale
ROCkING CHAIRS solid wood, great
34 Stifled laugh 54 Electrical pioneer shape asking 30 dollars each. Call "MOTHER-IN-LAW TONGUES" plants,
3 in 5-gal cans. $10.00 each. (650)593-
(650)574-4582 Lily
1 __ New Guinea 1 First sitcom 35 Long ride, for Nikola 7408
RUMMY ROYAL poker table top $30.00
6 Closest buddies, episode short 55 Dodger Pee Wee (650)573-5269 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
for short 2 Hockey venue 39 Intolerably 56 Zapped with a SHELF RUBBER maid new $20.00
contact joe (650)573-5269 8 TRACkS, billy Joel, Zeppelin, Eagles
10 Cleaning cloths 3 *Auto feature that confident beam ,Commodores, more.40 @ $4 each , call
SOFA PROTECTOR for Lounging Pets. (650)393-9008
14 Three through doesnt need a 41 Put out bait, say 60 Activate, as a Washable polyester. Non-slide. Brown
tweed. Excellent condition. $89. 650- CHRISTMAS TREE, 7.5 Oregon pine,
nine, in many golf crank 44 Beau or boo phone app 260-0057 1225 tips, hooked construction with
stand. Used once. $49. (415)650-6407
club sets 4 College, to TEAk-VENEER COMPUTER desk with
15 On the sheltered 46 Sign me up! 61 Tint single drawer and stacked shelves. $30 DENTAL LABORATORY Jelblast sand-
obo. (650)465-2344 blaster. New. Older model.#32000. In-
Aussies 48 Relay race part 62 Home security cludes 5 lb. Quartz Abrasive Sand. $450.
side, at sea 5 Per what was THOMASVILLE BEVELED mirror 22" x 650-947-3396.
16 Old flames 50 Trio member with giant 12" $50. Call (650)834-4833
17 The Daily Show previously Crosby and Stills 63 Cool! WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with condition $50 (650)878-9542
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
regular Black mentioned 51 Metro stop: Abbr. 65 Nest egg initials WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x


used $8., (408)249-3858
18 *In Hades, 6 Mistreating 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
INCUBATOR, $99, (650)678-5133
euphemistically 7 Frilly addition to a WOOD FURNITURE- one end table and
coffee table. In good condition. $30 LARGE BLACk Ciao Luggage 26"
20 Back to square __ skirt OBO. (760)996-0767. w/wheels, Good Condition $35 (650)952-
21 Ballet skirt 8 A __ Good Men 306 Housewares LIONEL CHRISTMAS Boxcars 2005,
23 Every bit 9 Capitol Hill BRASS FIREPLACE screen $30.
2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368-
24 Barnaise sauce lawmakers LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan-
CHRISTMAS TREE China, Fairfield
herb 10 Put back in office Peace on Earth. Complete Set of 12 (48
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
pieces) $75. (650)493-5026 LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and
26 Pearly whites 11 Rock singer Rose dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
29 Escorted by 12 Prefix with Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, RMT CHRISTMAS Diesel train and Ca-
20-pieces in original box, never used. boose. Rare. New OB $99 (650)368-
30 *Puffy Chinese political or logical $250 per box (3 boxes available). 7537
dog 13 NNE opposite SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
PORCELAIN JAPANESE Tea set, Un- case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
33 Where to find a 19 Failed, as a fuse opened, in wood box, great gift $30. $60. (650)328-6709
sleeper hit, 22 Thats awful!
SILk SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
perhaps 25 Divested (of)
SMOkE ALARMS with batteries $4 650-
595-3933 formation.
35 Lascivious look 27 *Head rest on a SOLID TEAk floor model 16 wine rack UNIDEN HARLEY Davidson Gas Tank
36 Good point! sofa
with turntable $60. (650)592-7483 phone. $100 or best offer (650)863-8485
VASE WITH flowers 2 piece good for the
37 Raggedy doll 28 Lawmaking body
308 Tools Holidays, $25., (650) 867-2720
38 601, to Seneca BENCH SAW - 8 INCH includes attach- VINTAGE WHITE Punch Bowl/Serving
40 Obstinate mount 31 Oil or gas ed table and accessories $25 (650)368- Bowl Set with 10 cups plus one extra
0748 $30. (650)873-8167
42 East, in Essen follower
BOSTITCH 16 gage Finish nailer Model WAGON WHEEL Wooden, original from
43 Fishing poles 32 Dampens Colorado farm. 34x34 Very good

SB 664FN $99 (650)359-9269
aged condition $200 San Bruno
45 Leave out 33 Stinging remark CRAFTSMAN 10" Mitre Saw $25 (650)588-1946
47 Actor Cary __ of CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
WATER STORAGE TANk, brand new,
275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $250.
Kiss the Girls dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 (650)771-6324

49 *Bovine yogurt CRAFTSMAN RADIAL SAW, with cabi-

net stand, $200 Cash Only, (650)851- 311 Musical Instruments
brand 1045
51 Part of a process CRAFTSMEN 3 saw blades $20. new. cellent condition, $8,500/obo. Call
52 Adjust just a bit ExCELLENT VIOLIN, previously owned,
DELTA CABINET SAW with overrun ta-
53 Way to go, ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993 first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
sister! LEAF BLOWER electric 7.5 amps brand (415)751-2416
new 30.00 joe, (650)573-5269
ROUTER TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new Appraised @ $5450., want $1800 obo,
58 Very cool! (650)573-5269 (650)343-4461
59 Where bovines SHOPSMITH MARk V 50th Anniversary HAMMOND B-3 Organ and 122 Leslie
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. Speaker. Excellent condition. $8,500. pri-
graze (650)504-0585 vate owner, (650)349-1172
60 Pained
expression, and
a hint to two cries
hidden in each
answer to a
starred clue
64 Makes angry,
with up
66 German
67 Commuters
68 Popped up
69 Fountain of jazz
70 Poet St. Vincent
By C.C. Burnikel
71 Poked at, cat-
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311 Musical Instruments 318 Sports Equipment 470 Rooms 640 Motorcycles/Scooters 670 Auto Service 670 Auto Parts
(650) 583-4549 $29 650-595-3933 Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
San Mateo County mounting hardware and other parts $35. AA SMOG Flat) 205/55/16 EL 42 All Season Like
New $100. (650)483-1222
PIANO, UPRIGHT, in excellent condi- kAYAk 12' sit on top 2 storage compart- (650)348-6660 Complete Repair & Service
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 ments baby blue must see $99.00 john Call (650)670-2888 $29.75 plus certificate fee COBRA CABLE chains for radial and
(650)483-8152 (most cars) regular tires, never used $65.00
UPRIGHT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi- ROOM FOR Rent San Bruno $500.00
tion. $300 OBO (650) 533-4886. Call (650)868-2334. 869 California Drive . (650)593-1780
Right handed with covers and pull cart Burlingame
YAMAHA PIANO, Upright, Model M-305, $150 o.b.o. (650)344-3104 645 Boats GOODYEAR TIRE P245/70R-15 Like
$750. Call (650)572-2337 620 Automobiles (650) 340-0492 New. $40. (650) 637-9791
MEN'S CALLAWAY Rain Jacket xL . 16 FT SEA RAY. I/B. $1,200. Needs Up- NEW CONTINENTAL Temporary tire
312 Pets & Animals Mint Condition worn only a few times. 01 TOYOTA Camry, limited, V6, 108K
holstery. Call (650)898-5732. mounted on 5 lug rim Size T125/70/R17-
$50 650-208-5758 miles, $4,700. (650)302-5523
LUxURATI AUTO REPAIR 98M $100. (650)483-1222
AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call MEN'S ROSSIGNOL Skis. $95.00, 2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat,
good condition, (650)341-0282. Dont lose money Smog Check NEW SNOW Cables SZ327 $19 650-
(505)228-1480 local.
excellend condition. $5,500. Call 595-3933
NEW WEIGH bench With 200lbs, plus on a trade-in or (650)347-2559
Repair Services
CALIFORNIA CAROLINA Pups. free weights. $50. (510)943-9221.San consignment! Collision and Body Work SHOP MANUALS for GM Suv's
Gd. Fam./watchdpgs. Ex.Hiking Buddy. Mateo. Burlingame & San Mateo Locations Year 2002 all for $40 (650)948-0912
$1600. (707) 980.0915.
CANARY BIRD cage 24 x 16 for sale.
POWER PLUS Exercise Machine $99 Sell your vehicle in the 650 RVs (650) 340-0026
$40.00 firm. Used, good condition. Call
Daily Journals SEE OUR AD FOR DISCOUNTS! 680 Autos Wanted
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ONE kENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
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$55.(650)341-8342 vion, 25 with sideout. 4000 miles. Mer- 670 Auto Parts
Novas, running or not
(650)593-2066 PURSUIT SCOOTER. $99. (650)348-
Just $45 cedes Benz Sprinter chassis,. diesel, Parts collection etc.
2235 Well run it BRIDGESTONE ALENzA 235/65R17, So clean out that garage
PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
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offer. (650)245-4084 load bars. Holds three pairs. $85, OBO Call (650)726-8623 or (650)619-9672. used less than 10k. (650)593-4490 Joe 650 342-2483
PET CARRIER, brown ,Very good condi- Reach 83,450 drivers
tion, $15.00 medium zize leave txt or call SOCCER BALLS - $8.00 each (like new) from South SF to
(650)773-7201 4 available. (650)341-5347
Palo Alto
TOTAL GYM xLS, excellent condition.
316 Clothes Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call Call (650)344-5200
BLACk DOUBLE breasted suit size 38
excellent condition $25 (650)322-9598 TREADMILL BY PRO-FORM. (Hardly
Used). 10% incline, 2.5 HP motor, 300lb
BLOCH Black Boost Dance Sneakers weight capacity. $195 (650)598-9804 BMW 07 x-5, One Owner, Excel. Condi-
S0539L Good Condition $20 (650)952- tion Sports package 3rd row seats re-
3500 VINTAGE ENGLISH ladies ice skates - duced $19,995 obo Call (650)520-4650
up to size 7-8, $40., (650)873-8167
BOY SCOUT canvas belt with Boy Scout
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Iraqi troops push Malaysian officials run into

diplomatic immunity issues
deeper into Mosul

TOKYO Malaysian police

Whether they are
indeed at the
embassy is any-
the diplomats own government.
Because of allegations the North
uses its embassies abroad to make
investigating the killing of North bodys guess. money for its nuclear and missile pro-
Korean leader Kim Jong Uns Police cant grams, United Nations sanctions
BAGHDAD Iraqi forces pushed estranged half brother believe they check because to now call for vigilance against North
deeper into western Mosul on know somebody who might help do so they need Korean diplomats engaged in illicit
Monday, gaining control of a them solve one of the most bizarre permission from activity. All member states are
neighborhood along the Tigris murder mysteries they have ever North Korea, required to reduce the number of staff
River and the foot of one of the faced. They know his name, his Hyon Kwang which so far has at its diplomatic missions and con-
citys five bridges amid intense nationality and have a pretty good Song said absolutely sular posts and limit the number of
clashes with Islamic State mili- idea where hes holed up. not and suggest- bank accounts each can have.
tants, a senior Iraqi police com- The problem is hes a North Korean ed the investigation is a witch hunt
mander said. REUTERS diplomat. inspired by some unnamed foreign Even so, few things are more estab-
Maj. Gen Thamir al-Hussaini said Iraqi forces talk to a Mosul resident power. lished in the way the diplomatic com-
Its unusual for any country to sim-
the militarized Federal Police as they hunt for IS members. National police chief Khalid Abu munity around the world conducts its
ply hand over a diplomat, no matter
pushed deeper into the Gawsaq Bakar said investigators have sub- day-to-day business than the concept
showing Iraqi troops in armored the alleged crime. But for North of diplomatic immunity the essen-
neighborhood and reached the vehicles and Humvees rolling Korea, in particular, the line between mitted a request through Malaysias
bridge known locally as the 4th foreign ministry to the North Korean tial freedom of diplomats to travel
through dusty streets as gunfire rat- immunity and impunity can seem to and conduct their duties without the
Bridge. tled. Thick black smoke could be be a pretty fine one. Embassy to interview the diplomat.
If you have nothing to hide, you fear of being arrested or harassed for
All of Mosuls bridges spanning seen billowing up after airstrikes. Enter second secretary Hyon
do not have to be afraid, he said. political reasons.
the Tigris River and connecting the Iraqi forces took Mosuls interna- Kwang Song, the current person of
western part of the city, still held by tional airport and a sprawling mili- interest. Malaysian police have You should cooperate. But while diplomats arent always
the Islamic State group, with its tary base next to it last week before released little information about him, But thats not what international the perfectly law-abiding citizens
eastern sector, were disabled by pushing into Mamun, the first except that he is 44 and arrived in practice says. that we might hope, when diplomatic
airstrikes last year. neighborhood in the western half of Malaysia on Sept. 20. The Vienna Convention on immunity and the realities of a crimi-
Al-Hussaini told The Associated the city after the airport. Police investigating the killing of Diplomatic Relations says a foreign nal investigation butt heads, local
Press that IS militants were fighting Mosul is Iraqs second largest Kim Jong Nam in an airport lobby on diplomat is inviolable and is not police tend to have the weaker hand.
back with snipers, anti-tank mis- city, and its western half is the last Feb. 13 are seeking seven North liable to any form of arrest or deten- If he is a Korean diplomat with a
siles and suicide car bombs, describ- significant urban area held by IS in Korean nationals in connection with tion. It says the host country must diplomatic passport, then he has
ing the clashes as fierce. He said the country. the case. Most have left the country, treat a foreign diplomat with due immunity no matter a criminal case or
Iraqi troops suffered casualties, but Iraq declared the citys eastern half but authorities say they believe three, respect and shall take all appropriate otherwise, lawyer Sankara Nair, who
didnt give a specific number. fully liberated in January, three including Hyon, remain. steps to prevent any attack on his has handled several cases involving
Iraqi forces later moved into the months after launching the massive If so, its not hard to imagine where person, freedom or dignity. diplomats, told the Associated Press
nearby Wadi Hajar neighborhood, operation to retake the city. Mosul they might be: the North Korean It also adds that a diplomatic agent in Kuala Lumpur. The police can
he said. fell to IS in the summer of 2014, Embassy, a plain, yellow two-story shall enjoy immunity from the crimi- apply any warrants they want but it
along with large swaths of northern house in an affluent neighborhood nal jurisdiction of the receiving can easily be set aside by the
Lebanon-based Al-Mayadeen TV
and western Iraq. just 10 minutes from downtown. state. That can only be waived by embassy.
aired live footage from Gawsaq,

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