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Caltrain eyes eminent domain
Transit agency unable to negotiate land deal for San Mateo grade separation
By Samantha Weigel much the transit agency pays to the private the tracks at 25th Avenue, and adding new Transit officials are now slated to file a
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF property owner since negotiations are crossings at 28th and 31st avenues. court action in the coming weeks after
stalling over the undisclosed price of a Creating the new connection at 31st negotiations over the price of a portion of
Owners of the Hillsdale Shopping Center 16,330-square-foot strip of land spanning a avenue, which currently dead-ends at the parking lot next to Bohannon’s Ana
may face eminent domain proceedings as parking lot slated to become a public road railroad tracks to the east and at El Camino Furniture building haven’t led to a deal.
transportation officials look to secure a immediately east of El Camino Real Real to the west, will require purchasing “If we’re unable to reach an amicable set-
strip of land needed for Caltrain’s plans to between Ana Furniture and the vacant TGI land from property owner Bohannon tlement, we’ll move toward the courts. But
create three new grade-separated crossings Fridays building. Development Company. The local compa- the objective right now is to achieve con-
and relocate a nearby San Mateo train sta- Caltrain’s long-planned $180 million ny owns the shopping center and property trol of the property so we can move ahead
tion. project includes moving the Hillsdale across El Camino Real near the existing
A jury could eventually determine how Caltrain station further north and raising Hillsdale Caltrain station. See RAIL, Page 22

Artist’s rendering of proposed luxury apartments at Bayswater
Avenue and Myrtle Road in Burlingame.

Proposal aims for
104 downtown
Burlingame units
Plans submitted to develop luxury
apartment building near train station
By Austin Walsh

An initial building proposal aims to transform a former
auto repair shop and surrounding properties into a sweeping
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL residential development offering 140 luxury apartments
Vladimir and Tatiana Sommer welcome guests for lunch at Russian Family Restaurant in Redwood City. near downtown Burlingame.
Fore Property Company, a national development firm,

At home in Redwood City submitted plans in late January to construct a four-story
building over two floors of underground parking spread

Time and care makes traditional dishes at Russian Family Restaurant See LUXURY, Page 22

By Anna Schuessler regions to the Peninsula. And they likely understand because
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Vladimir Sommer said on Friday and
Saturday nights, the restaurant typical-
the dishes Tatiana Sommer makes with
her small team are carefully chosen
Apartments to stay affordable
In a world where meals are ordered ly fills up with diners eager for the from her repertoire of hundreds of tra- MidPen’s $17.1 million purchase helps to
and delivered with a few touches on a restaurant’s most popular dishes,
among them bliny po-tsarsky, or
ditional recipes she taught herself as a
child and young adult growing up in
preserve, improve 55 Redwood City units
phone, owning a restaurant that pre-
pares dishes as customers order them crepes assembled with smoked the former Soviet Union. By Anna Schuessler
may seem behind the times. salmon, caviar and sour cream, and Many of the Sommers’ customers DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
But for Vladimir and Tatiana vareniki s kartoshkoy, traditional have experienced Russian food before
Sommer, the owners of Russian Russian dumplings filled with vegeta- at fairs or bazaars, and have noted the A $17.1 million purchase of a 55-unit Redwood City
Family Restaurant in Redwood City, bles. But when ingredients run low, the difference between the flavors they apartment building last week is helping a housing nonprof-
making sure each dish is prepared to Sommers are upfront with customers. experience in those dishes and at his it preserve existing below-market housing and expand the
order is the best way to bring the “We run out of things, we run out of restaurant. Most other restaurants set of strategies available to increase the Peninsula’s afford-
bright, authentic flavors from the for- things. That’s it. And people under-
mer Soviet Union and its surrounding stand,” he said. See RUSSIAN, Page 23 See MIDPEN, Page 23

Thought for the Day
“Happiness always looks small while you
hold it in your hands, but let it go, and you
learn at once how big and precious it is.”
— Maxim Gorky, Russian writer

This Day in History
“The Star-Spangled Banner” became

1931 the national anthem of the United
States as President Herbert Hoover
signed a congressional resolution.
In 1 8 4 5 , Florida became the 27th state.
In 1 8 4 9 , the U.S. Department of the Interior was estab-
In 1 8 8 7 , Anne Sullivan arrived at the Tuscumbia, Alabama,
home of Captain and Mrs. Arthur H. Keller to become the
teacher for their deaf and blind 6-year-old daughter, Helen.
In 1 9 1 3 , more than 5,000 suffragists marched down
Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., a day before the
presidential inauguration of Woodrow Wilson.
In 1 9 2 3 , Time magazine, founded by Briton Hadden and
Henry R. Luce, made its debut.
In 1 9 4 5 , the Allies fully secured the Philippine capital of
Manila from Japanese forces during World War II.
In 1 9 5 9 , the United States launched the Pioneer 4 space-
craft, which flew by the moon. Comedian Lou Costello died
in East Los Angeles three days before his 53rd birthday.
In 1 9 6 0 , Lucille Ball filed for divorce from her husband, REUTERS
Desi Arnaz, a day after they’d finished filming the last People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals U.S. activists Kiara Benac, right, and Yerica Sojo, known as ‘Lettuce Ladies,’ pose
episode of “The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show” (”Lucy Meets for photos with a tourist in Old Havana while dressed in bikinis adorned with plastic leaves that are replicas of lettuce leaves
the Mustache”) on Arnaz’s 43rd birthday. to promote a vegan lifestyle in Havana, Cuba.
In 1 9 7 4 , a Turkish Airlines DC-10 crashed shortly after
takeoff from Orly Airport in Paris, killing all 346 people on
In other news ...
In 1 9 8 7 , entertainer Danny Kaye died in Los Angeles at Mouse delays London-to-San The 2,700-acre property near Santa The Irvine girl was injured Feb. 17
age 76. Barbara, California, has been renamed when a tree about 40 feet tall collapsed
In 1 9 9 1 , motorist Rodney King was severely beaten by Francisco flight for four hours Sycamore Valley Ranch. The listed on her as she walked through a neigh-
Los Angeles police officers in a scene captured on amateur SAN FRANCISCO — How he price represents a significant cut from borhood just a few minutes from her
video. squeaked through security is anyone’s the $100 million it was on the market home.
guess. for last year. She suffered brain trauma and frac-
In addition to a 12,000 square foot tures to her face and spine, and was
Birthdays A little mouse made for a big delay
on a British Airways flight from main residence and a 3,700 square foot taken to Orange County Global
London to San Francisco. pool house, the listing boasts a sepa- Medical Center in Santa Ana.
The passengers were buckled up and rate building with a 50-seat movie the-
ready to go when the crew told them ater and a dance studio. Other features Zoo’s pregnant giraffe, April,
that a mouse-spotting meant they on the ranch are a “Disney-style” train
station, a fire house and a barn.
is a live-streaming sensation
couldn’t take off. HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. — A preg-
Jackson sold the ranch to Colony
The crew joked that the mouse could- Capital prior to his 2009 death for nant giraffe has its own website, a
n’t enter US airspace without a pass- $22. 5 million. Colony Capital is GoFundMe page, an apparel line and
port, and told everyone they needed a headed by Thomas Barrack, a confi- millions of people worldwide watch-
whole new plane. That meant a four- dant and fundraiser for President ing live-streaming video waiting for
Movie producer, Former NFL player Actress Jessica Biel hour delay. Donald Trump. it to give birth.
director George Herschel Walker is is 35. They told KGO-TV in San Francisco The 15-year-old long-legged
Miller is 72. 55. after the flight arrived Wednesday that Orange County girl injured by YouTube star, named April, is expected
despite the delay most passengers to give birth any time now in her
Socialite Lee Radziwill is 84. Singer-musician Mike Pender
were happy to be on a mouse-free air- tree shows signs of recovery enclosed pen at the Animal Adventure
(The Searchers) is 76. Actress Hattie Winston is 72. Singer
Jennifer Warnes is 70. Actor-director Tim Kazurinsky is 67. craft, especially knowing they’d be SANTA ANA — A Southern Park in Harpursville, rural upstate vil-
Singer-musician Robyn Hitchcock is 64. Actor Robert eating on the flight. California girl severely injured when a lage 130 miles northwest of New York
Gossett is 63. Rock musician John Lilley is 63. Actress British Airways apologized and said tree fell on her during a storm is show- City.
Miranda Richardson is 59. Rock musician John Bigham is 58. they were satisfied that only two- ing signs of recovery. Since the privately owned zoo’s
Radio personality Ira Glass is 58. Actress Mary Page Keller is legged passengers were on the flight The Orange County Register reports giraffe cam began live-streaming
56. Olympic track and field gold medalist Jackie Joyner- once it took off. that after brain surgery and being put video from April’s enclosure last
Kersee is 55. Actress Laura Harring is 53. Contemporary in a medically induced coma, Teresa week, the feed has totaled more than
Christian musician Duncan Phillips (Newsboys) is 53. Michael Jackson’s Neverland Johnston opened her eyes on Sunday. 15 million views on YouTube as peo-
Misha Johnston says her 14-year- ple around the world check on the sta-
Rapper-actor Tone Loc (lohk) is 51. Actress Julie Bowen is Ranch back on market for $67M old sister can now open and close her tus of April’s 15-month pregnancy.
47. Country singer Brett Warren (The Warren Brothers) is 46.
Actor David Faustino is 43. Gospel singer Jason Crabb is 40. LOS OLIVOS, — Michael Jackson’s eyes and slightly move her hands, The birth of April’s fourth calf was
Singer Ronan Keating (Boyzone) is 40. Rapper Lil’ Flip is Neverland Ranch is back on the mar- arms and legs. still pending as of Thursday, when the
36. Rock musician Blower (AKA Joe Garvey) (Hinder) is 33. ket with an asking price of $67 mil- The elder sibling calls the develop- live video had about 115,000 people
Pop singer Camila Cabello is 20. lion. ment a huge sign of hope. looking in.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Friday • March 3, 2017 3
Redwood City schools pursue budget cuts
By Austin Walsh cations according to average daily atten-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF dance and enrollment has declined over
recent years as families have left the area in
With nearly $11 million in cuts spread favor of less expensive options.
across the next few fiscal years needed to Beyond the potential certificated staff
balance the Redwood City Elementary cuts, officials also examined an opportuni-
School District budget, officials are mov- ty to trim from the district’s strategic
ing ahead with initial plans to trim spend- accountability plan, plus fold in higher
ing on staff and programs. than expected returns from average daily
The district Board of Trustees approved attendance allocation due to fewer students
last week a plan aiming by the 2018-19 leaving the district in favor of local char-
fiscal year to cut $10.5 million in costs, a ters. The district expects to receive $1.8
large portion of which are culled from a million over the next two years in money
proposed elimination of 38 teaching posi- from the fund fed by Redwood City’s former
tions. redevelopment agency as well.
Officials are holding out hope though In all, these few primary efforts com-
that the savings drawn from teacher bined are expected to close the funding gap
salaries could be accomplished without cut- by about $5.1 million, according to a dis-
ting any existing staff and instead elimi- trict report.
nating the positions of educators lost via Increasing class sizes in transitional-
attrition, said board President Hilary kindergarten, kindergarten and first-grade
Paulson. by four students to 28 kids per class, reduc-
“At this point, we are doing our very, ing administrative staff and trimming allo-
very best to not lay off teachers,” said cations for site-specific support programs
Paulson, of the $1.17 million expected to are among other steps identified to address
be saved through reducing the district’s the budget struggles as well, according to
overall certificated staff numbers. the report.
Superintendent John Baker said the vari- Paulson said the ongoing discussions in
ety of cuts are difficult for officials to Redwood City are especially difficult
examine. because the district leans so heavily on
“The reduction in funding that we are fac- state funding to fill its budget, but the
ing is significant and I wish we didn’t have California Legislature does not pass its
to make these cuts. Cutting the budget is final spending plan until June.
most painful part of the job for a superin- Further complicating the matter is the
tendent,” he said in an email. “Everything district’s requirement by the county Office
we do supports the education of our stu- of Education to propose a balanced budget
dents, so the decision of what to reduce or for future fiscal years, since the money
eliminate is never easy. “ available for public schools can be difficult
The budget discussion Wednesday, Feb. to predict, said Paulson.
22, sets the stage for a final decision “For a school district, planning two
expected to be made on the issue at the next years out can be very difficult,” she said.
board meeting Wednesday, March 8. She noted Redwood City schools are in a
Officials are required to approve a balanced tough spot because so many programs and
budget plan for review by the county Office positions are paid for by grants, founda-
of Education due to the monetary issues the tions or private donations, the amounts of
district has faced in previous years. which can fluctuate significantly between
Officials have surveyed teachers regard- years.
ing their future plans and whether they Examining the variety of financial hur-
expect to retire, move, change careers or dles facing the district, Paulson said offi-
take other action in the next couple years cials are doing the best they can to assure
potentially leaving their position vacant. teachers are protected from the budget cuts.
Paulson said it is reasonable to expect “The goal is to stay out of the class-
the 38 teachers may leave the district on room,” she said.
their own terms, as an average of about 75 But considering the substantial work
certificated staff have taken similar action associated with developing a balanced
each summer over the past three years. The spending plan, Paulson said officials are
largest exodus the district has experienced facing a variety of difficult choices.
recently was after the 2013-14 year, when “When you are cutting budgets, it never
85 educators voluntarily ended their tenure. goes well,” she said.
So far, she said about 26 teachers have While acknowledging the cuts are trying,
indicated they may be exiting this year. Baker said he believed in the ability of the
The high cost of living is one of the district community to rally together and
most common reasons cited by those decid- persevere.
ing to depart, said Paulson. “We have survived tough budget times
Issues brought by the Peninsula’s afford- before, and we will get through this lean
ability crisis have also wreaked havoc on time, too, thanks to our excellent teachers
the district’s budget, as the Redwood City and staff who put students first no matter
school system is driven through state allo- what challenges we face,” he said.

Police reports Tues day, Feb . 7 .
Acci dent. The driver of an 18-wheel truck
hit a traffic signal near Grand Avenue and
Bush people Airport Boulevard before 8:29 a. m.
A group of people were drinking and Tuesday, Feb. 7.
making noise in the bushes on State
Street in San Mateo before 7:07 p.m. SAN MATEO
Friday, Feb. 10. Hi t-and-run. A truck hit a vehicle and left
the scene near Pacific Boulevard and East
39th Avenue before 11:02 a.m. Thursday,
Theft. A wallet was stolen from a shopping Di s turbance. Someone was screaming at
cart at Costco on South Airport Boulevard passersby on Baywood Avenue before 8:28
before 3:41 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8. a.m. Sunday, Feb. 12.
Burg l ary . The back door of a residence was Reckl es s dri v i ng . A driver of a large
kicked in and the house was ransacked on truck almost hit pedestrians near East
Dellbrook Avenue before 3:18 p.m. Hillsdale Boulevard and Saratoga Drive
Traffic hazard. A fallen tree was blocking before 7:47 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11.
a lane of traffic near Hillsdale and Sister Theft. A bicycle was stolen near North
Cities boulevards before 7:43 a. m. Railroad and Catalpa avenues before 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 8. Saturday, Feb. 11.
B urg l ary . Someone smashed a Toyota Haras s me n t . A teacher was receiving
Camry’s window and stole luggage at inappropriate emails from a student on
Holiday Inn on South Airport Boulevard Branson Drive before 1:21 p.m. Saturday,
before 10:29 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7. Feb. 11.
Di s turbance. Someone was threatening Di s turbance. Two women attempted to
people and refusing to leave at Safe Harbor steal a large amount of baby food on North
on North Access Road before 9:23 p.m. Delaware Street before 12:57 p.m. Friday,
Tuesday, Feb. 7. Feb. 10.
Park i n g v i o l at i o n . A wh i t e Fo rd SUV
Theft. A Lincoln Town Car’s hub caps were
was b l o ck i n g a res i den t ’s dri v eway o n
stolen on North El Camino Real before
As p en Av en ue b efo re 6 : 0 5 p . m.
12:47 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10.
4 Friday • March 3, 2017 LOCAL/STATE THE DAILY JOURNAL

Woman gets six years for Local briefs
Jerry Hill asking PG&E to robbing elderly woman in her care
An elderly woman’s caretaker was sen-
tenced to six years in prison Tuesday for
Santa Cruz County jail for a probation viola-
His probation officer brought him to a drug

lower winter heating bills
By Keith Burbank cials to consider whether
binding the woman in her
care and ransacking her
house in El Granada last
year, prosecutors said.
treatment center at Second Avenue and South
Claremont Street on Friday to interview for
admission to the program, according to the
San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.
Zoranna Mapapalangi, Aguirre’s probation officer left him with
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE efforts to help customers 39, pleaded no contest
understand when their the center staff while he got lunch. When
Tuesday in the courtroom Aguirre went to the restroom, he allegedly
PG&E customers shocked over high heat- usage climbs is effective of Judge Donald Ayoob to
so customers can cut climbed out a window and escaped, still in his
ing bills this winter prompted a state sena- robbery, elder abuse and orange/tan jail jumpsuit.
tor to ask the company to lower heating their usage before their threats in a deal with pros- The probation officer notified San Mateo
bills during the coldest winter months, the billing cycle ends. Zoranna ecutors. She was sen- police and after an extensive search he
senator’s office said. Some changes imple- Mapapalangi tenced to the six years allegedly was seen at the Hayward Street
mented Wednesday by with 224 days credit for Caltrain station. He allegedly tried to elude
State Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, made PG&E officials could
the request Wednesday as part of releasing a Jerry Hill time served. officers but was caught after a short chase,
cause some customers to Mapapalangi was arrested a few days after prosecutors said.
staff report that says Pacific Gas and pay higher costs, while some could pay the woman was robbed. Prosecutors said she Aguirre remains in custody without bail. He
Electric’s rate structure, the cold weather, lower costs. was one of two suspects who entered the 75- is set to return to court on March 13.
recent rate increases and challenges with PG&E officials implemented a simplified year-old woman’s home on the 200 block of
tracking customer usage all contributed to
the high bills.
rate structure and a surcharge for high usage. Coral Reef Avenue just after midnight on Off-duty police
The surcharge is meant to promote conser- Aug. 14.
Hill expressed particular concern for cus- vation, PG&E officials said. The woman was sleeping when someone officer shot at in Oakland
tomers on fixed incomes who may not be PG&E spokesman Donald Cutler said, “We put a pillowcase on her head and bound her OAKLAND — Police arrested three suspects
able to afford volatile bills. are reviewing Senator Hill’s study. All of our wrists. One of the intruders demanded money, on Thursday who are alleged to have partici-
“The research showed that the most vul- current rate structures, including baseline but when she wouldn’t tell them where her pated in the shooting at an off-duty police
nerable are being hit hardest at a time when allotments, have been subject to review and money was, they ransacked the house, prose- officer while he was driving on a Northern
they need heating the most,” Hill said in a approval by the CPUC.” cutors said. California freeway.
statement. “PG&E and the public utilities Cutler said, “But of course we understand The victim told investigators that she rec- The officer was not injured but the officer’s
commission need to prioritize customer that any changes to a customer’s rate that ognized her caretaker’s voice as one of the vehicle was struck by bullets shortly before
heating needs in a way I have not yet seen.” result in an higher than expected bill are assailants. Mapapalangi’s husband was ini- midnight Wednesday while driving south on
Hill wants PG&E and the California Public frustrating and we are here to help our cus- tially arrested and charged with robbery as Highway 880 in Oakland.
Utilities Commission to fix the rate struc- tomers take control of their energy use and well, but later released when prosecutors A nearby patrol car was able to pursue the
ture, which currently contributes to higher manage costs.” decided they could not prove his involve- shooter’s car immediately after the shooting,
bills in the winter. CPUC officials said the report has made ment. but the suspects escaped on foot after ditching
PG&E has a tiered rate structure and the The second assailant in the case has never their vehicle. They were arrested Thursday.
some solid recommendations and said they
been identified and remains at large. The Oakland Police Department didn’t release
lowest tier can easily be exceeded, accord- will review it to implement appropriate
the officer or suspects’ names.
ing to Hill’s office. changes and that the rate structure could Inmate pleads not guilty to alleged The incident was the third freeway shooting
Hill is also asking PG&E and CPUC offi- change in the future.
escape at drug treatment center in the region since Saturday. Investigators
say they don’t yet know if the shootings are
A jail inmate who allegedly tried to escape related.
from a substance abuse treatment facility in On Saturday, a man died in nearby Antioch
San Mateo last week pleaded not guilty following a shooting on Highway 4. On
Tuesday to felony escaping and resisting Monday, a man driving on Interstate 580 in
arrest, prosecutors said Wednesday. Pleasanton escaped injury after shots were
Salvador Aguirre, 47, is a registered sex fired at him following an alleged road rage
offender who has been serving time in a incident.

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Court: Officials’ emails on MS-13 gang suspects indicted
in slayings of three teenagers
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. — Federal prosecu-
Around the nation
Deal made after Mexican
tors said Thursday they had captured the man died at border gets initial OK

private accounts are public
By Sudhin Thanawala
members of a violent street gang who killed SAN DIEGO — A federal judge tentative-
three high school students, including two ly approved an agreement Thursday for
girls who were inseparable best friends and the U. S. government to pay $1 million to
were attacked with a machete and baseball the children of a Mexican man who died
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “The question is bats as they walked through their suburban aft er b ei n g det ai n ed b y i mmi g rat i o n
how do we access those neighborhood. authorities and shot several times with a
SAN FRANCISCO — Government Thirteen members of local cliques of the stun gun.
employees in California cannot keep the communications on personal MS-13 street gang were charged with a slew Th e s et t l emen t co n s i dered b y U. S.
public from seeing their work-related emails devices without the government of violent crimes and seven killings over a Magistrate Judge Louisa Porter is intend-
and texts sent on personal devices and
through private accounts, the California
being overly intrusive. ... I don’t five-year period, prosecutors and police ed to end a nearly 7-year case that prompt-
Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday, expect and intend to have ed widespread complaints that U. S. immi-
Among the dead: Brentwood High School gration authorities tolerated agents who
closing a loophole that justices said could people turn over their phones.” students Nisa Mickens, 15, and Kayla use excessive force. Prosecutors declined
have allowed the “most sensitive and poten- Cuevas, 16, who were ambushed by a carload to file criminal charges.
— San Jose City Attorney Richard Doyle
tially damning” communications to be of other teens on Sept. 13, and their former Th e fi v e, U. S. -b o rn ch i l dren o f
shielded. ing the presidential campaign for using a schoolmate Jose Pena-Hernandez, 18, Anastasio Hernandez will split the money
With the ruling, California joins a grow- private email account while at the State whose corpse was found on the grounds of if the deal receives final approval, with
ing list of states that treat public business Department. an abandoned state psychiatric hospital fol- about a quarter going for attorney fees and
done through private accounts as public In a survey by the Associated Press two lowing his disappearance in June. costs.
records. years ago, Gov. Jerry Brown, Lt. Gov. The killings came amid a national conver- “My husband’s life does not have a
“This ruling is a model for giving govern- Gavin Newsom and other top elected offi- sation about illegal immigration, and pros- price, ” Maria Puga, Hernandez’s longtime
ment transparency laws meaning in the dig- cials in California acknowledged using per- ecutors revealed 10 of the 13 indicted people partner and the mother of their five chil-
ital age,” said Matthew Cagle, an attorney at sonal email accounts to conduct govern- were citizens of El Salvador or Honduras dren, said at a news conference after the
the American Civil Liberties Union of who were in the U.S. illegally, including hearing. “The decision I had to take was
ment business.
Northern California, which filed a brief in most of the people directly implicated in the
Newsom’s office has previously said his difficult. We had to turn the page. ”
the case. killings.
personal emails are searched in response to
The ruling came in a lawsuit against the Public Records Act requests.
city of San Jose. City Attorney Richard The state Supreme Court ruling applies to Obituary
Doyle said he was not surprised by the deci- those top officials as well as lower-level
sion and did not plan to challenge it. city, county and state officials, and public
But he said it raised practical challenges employees. It does not apply to the state
for cities and counties. Legislature, which has its own public Marion Moore McDowell
“The question is how do we access those records policy. February 17, 1928 – February 15, 2017
communications on personal devices with- Many state courts and attorneys general
out the government being overly intru- have concluded that official communica-
sive,” he said. “I don’t expect and intend to tions on personal devices are subject to pub- Marion McDowell never took no
have people turn over their phones.” lic disclosure. for an answer, never sat on a couch
The use of private email accounts by pub- At the federal level, an appeals court ruled doing nothing, and never owned a TV.
lic officials has faced scrutiny in recent last year that work-related emails from a pri- Combining hard work, persistence,
years, with accusations that some were vate account used by the White House’s top community pride, and Christian faith,
using them as a way to avoid disclosure. science adviser were subject to disclosure
she became an educator, community
Hillary Clinton was sharply criticized dur- under federal open records laws.
and state leader, and a loving mother.
Born Marion Pauline Moore in the
Report: Misuse of California small community of Bowie, AZ in 1928,
her family struggled during the Great

money by state employees Depression. After moving to Tucson, she
attended the University of Arizona.
By Sophia Bollag have spent 85 hours a month — about half There she took part in student
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of a typical 160-hour work month — visit- government and in sorority life as a
ing these sites. member of Kappa Alpha Theta, as well
SACRAMENTO — A California State The employee told a Fresno State investi- as earning a varsity letter in women’s field hockey. In 1949, she graduated Phi Beta
University, Fresno employee was paid an gator that he watched YouTube videos and Kappa and valedictorian of her class.
estimated $22,000 for time he was playing played online games during “downtime” or
online games and watching YouTube videos after he finished assigned tasks early. Moving to Washington, DC, she became assistant personnel director for the National
at work, according to a state auditor’s report The university recommended the employ- Geographic Society, earned a MA in Public Personnel Administration from George
released Thursday. ee’s supervisor give the employee more Washington University, met Duane McDowell at a Young Republican event, and gave
The case was one of 10 highlighted in the work, tell him to limit his Internet use and birth to her son John. After marriage on Easter Sunday of 1956, she became a life-long
report on investigations into improper supervise him more closely. The university Lutheran.
activities by state employees during the did not recommend firing the employee,
according to the report. Relocating to South Dakota, she became Secretary of the state Senate of South
second half of last year. The state employ-
ees, who were investigated after whistle- Deborah Adishian-Astone, the school’s Dakota and ran for the city commission (council) of Pierre.
blower tips, cost the state nearly $40,000 vice president for administration, said the In 1963, the family moved to San Carlos, CA. There Marion became president of the
through misuse of state resources, improper university does not comment on personnel Brittan Acres PTA, substitute taught, and earned a teaching credential from NDNU. She
payments and other issues, according to the decisions but said in some instances where began full time at San Carlos High and moved to Carlmont High where she taught social
report. an employee misused substantial work time studies. She progressed to student activities director and earned her pupil personnel
The report also identified instances where “such conduct could result in findings of sus-
and administration credentials from CSU Hayward.
state employees improperly disclosed con- pension or termination of employment.”
fidential information and kept an “indefen- “Recommendations as a result of investi- She transferred to the Sequoia Union High School District as assistant to the
sible” do-not-hire list. gations are handled on a case-by-case Superintendent and then became Deputy Superintendent, Personnel Services.
Investigators found the Fresno State basis,” Adishian-Astone said in a statement. Appointed to the State Board of Education by both governors Deukmejian and Wilson,
employee used his work computer to visit “The University is taking this matter very she was elected Chair, became a board member and Chair of WestEd, and taught at
nearly 50,000 web pages related to online seriously and is working to immediately NDNU in the Masters of Public Administration program.
videos and games over the course of a year. implement the recommendations with the
The state auditor’s report estimated he may employee and employee’s supervisor.” After retirement, Marion volunteered as the Director of Education for Hiller Aviation
Museum, formed an educational consulting firm, and lectured at Stanford and UC
She was a member of many community boards, including: President, Holy Trinity
Lutheran church council; Board Chair, Sunny View Lutheran retirement community;
Foreperson, San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury; Board President, Casa de Redwood
retirement home; President, San Mateo County Civil Service Commission; President,
Peninsula Sunrise Rotary; President, Association of California School Administrators;
Member San Mateo County Community College District bond oversight committee; and
Member San Mateo County Republican Party Central Committee.
In 2010, she and Duane moved to the Sunny View Retirement Community in
Cupertino, CA. There she lost her battle with dementia, which she struggled with over
the last several years.
Pre-deceased by her husband Duane and sister Frances, she is survived by her son
John of San Carlos, CA.
Memorial service held Saturday, March 25 at 2:00 pm in Holy Trinity Lutheran, 149
Manzanita Ave., San Carlos, CA. Donations in lieu of flowers may be sent to the Sunny
View Foundation, 22445 Cupertino Road, Cupertino, CA 95014.
6 Friday • March 3, 2017 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Senate confirms Carson, Perry
for housing and energy posts
By Jennifer C. Kerr and Matthew Daly vides billions of dollars
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in housing assistance to
low-income people
WASHINGTON — Two of President through vouchers and
Donald Trump’s former rivals for the GOP public housing. It also
White House nomination won Senate con- enforces fair housing
firmation Thursday to join his administra- laws and offers mortgage
tion. insurance to poorer
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson was Americans through the
confirmed as secretary of the Department of Ben Carson Federal Housing
Housing and Urban Development on a vote Administration, part of
of 58-41. A few hours later, the Senate HUD.
backed former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to be Trump lauded Carson
energy secretary, 62-37. last week, calling him a
Carson and Perry are the 17th and 18th of “totally brilliant neuro-
Trump’s 22 Cabinet and Cabinet-level surgeon” who has saved
nominations to win Senate approval. many lives. REUTERS
Carson has never held public office and “Ben is going to work Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks at a news conference at the Justice Department.
has no housing policy experience. with me very, very
Republicans have praised the life story of a
man who grew up in inner-city Detroit with
a single mother who had a third-grade edu-
Rick Perry
closely. And HUD has a
meaning far beyond
housing. If properly
done, it’s a meaning that’s as big as any-
Sessions stepping aside from
Perry, who once pledged to eliminate the
department, has repeatedly promised to be
an advocate for the agency and to protect
the nation’s nuclear stockpile. Perry also
thing there is, and Ben will be able to find
that true meaning and the true meaning of
HUD as its Secretary,” Trump said.
At his confirmation hearing, Carson told
Russia probe under pressure
By Eric Tucker feet of Democrats, saying they are trying to
pledged to rely on federal scientists, lawmakers that he envisioned forging a save face. “The Democrats are overplaying
including those who work on climate more “holistic approach” to helping peo- their hand,” he said in a statement Thursday
change. ple and developing “the whole person.” He night. “They lost the election and now,
Perry, who served 14 years as Texas gov- didn’t offer many details. WASHINGTON — Under intensifying
they have lost their grip on reality. The real
ernor, has said he will seek to develop Perry, 66, told a Senate committee that pressure, Attorney General Jeff Sessions
story is all of the illegal leaks of classified
American energy in all forms, from oil, gas he regrets his infamous statement about abruptly agreed Thursday to recuse himself
and other information. It is a total witch
and nuclear power to renewable sources abolishing the department and insisted it from any investigation into Russian med-
such as wind and solar power. performs critical functions, particularly in dling in America’s 2016 presidential elec-
One of Sessions’ conversations with
Democrats say they accept Perry’s dis- protecting and modernizing the nation’s tion. He acted after revelations he twice
Ambassador Sergey Kislyak occurred at a
avowal of his 2011 pledge to abolish the nuclear stockpile. spoke with the Russian ambassador during
July event on the sidelines of the
department, but they worry he may not During Perry’s tenure as governor, Texas the campaign and failed to say so when
Republican National Convention in
stand up to GOP proposals to slash the maintained its traditional role as a top pressed by Congress.
Cleveland. At that same event, the ambassa-
department’s budget. driller for oil and natural gas, while also Sessions rejected any suggestion that he dor also spoke with Carter Page, who
Carson, 65, will lead an agency with emerging as the leading producer of wind had tried to mislead anyone about his con- briefly advised Trump’s campaign on for-
some 8,300 employees and a budget of power in the United States and a top tacts with the Russian, saying, “That is not eign policy, according to a person with
about $47 billion. The department pro- provider of solar power. my intent. That is not correct.” knowledge of the discussion.
But he did allow that he should have been Separately, a White House official said
more careful in his testimony during his Thursday that Trump’s son-in-law, Jared
confirmation hearing, saying, “I should Kushner, and ousted national security advis-
have slowed down and said, ‘But I did meet er Michael Flynn met with Kislyak at Trump
one Russian official a couple of times.”’ Tower in New York in December. The official
The White House has stood by Sessions described that sit-down as a brief courtesy
in the latest controversy to dog President meeting.
Donald Trump’s young administration, Flynn was fired last month for misleading
though officials say they first learned about Vice President Mike Pence about his con-
his contacts with the ambassador from a tacts with Kislyak.
reporter Wednesday night. Trump himself The Trump team’s account of Flynn’s con-
said Thursday he had “total” confidence in tacts with the ambassador has changed sev-
Sessions and didn’t think he needed to eral times. The White House did not disclose
recuse himself — not long before he did. the in-person meeting, or Kushner’s
Trump later laid the controversy at the involvement, until Thursday.

New Interior Secretary Zinke Around the nation
reverses lead-ammunition ban and avid hunter, said the
WASHINGTON — On his first full day in new order would increase
office, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke issued hunting, fishing and
an order Thursday reversing a last-minute recreation opportunities
action by the Obama administration to ban on lands managed by
lead ammunition and fish tackle used on Fish and Wildlife
national wildlife refuges. Service.
Gun-rights supporters condemned the ear- The order reverses a
lier order — issued a day before Obama left decision by the Obama
office Jan. 20 — as nakedly political. The administration to phase
Ryan Zinke
order was intended to protect birds from lead out use of lead ammuni-
poisoning, the Obama administration said. tion and fishing tackle on wildlife refuges
Zinke, a former Montana congressman by 2022.

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Trump vows to up
defense spending
By Ken Thomas tary leaders. He saluted the sailors
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS as he arrived on the carrier.
Before his remarks, Trump was
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — asked about the revelation that
President Donald Trump pledged to Attorney General Jeff Sessions
boost defense spending as he twice talked with Moscow’s U.S.
basked in the nation’s military envoy during the campaign, con-
might aboard a next-generation tact that seems to contradict
Naval aircraft carrier on Thursday. Sessions’ sworn statements to
Wearing an olive green military Congress during his confirmation
jacket and blue ball cap, Trump hearings.
vowed to mount “one of the While there were mounting calls
largest” defense spending increas- for Sessions to resign or recuse
es in history. himself, Trump stood by Sessions
“Hopefully it’s power we don’t on Thursday, saying he had “total” REUTERS
have to use, but if we do, they’re in confidence in his attorney general. Donald Trump delivers remarks aboard the pre-commissioned U.S. Navy aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford at Huntington
big, big trouble,” Trump said. Asked if Sessions should recuse Ingalls Newport News Shipbuilding facilities.
Trump spoke from the Gerald R. himself, Trump said: “I don’t think
Ford, a $12.9 billion warship that so.” er this week by the White House tools they need to prevent war,” at the center of the action with the
is expected to be commissioned Trump also said he “wasn’t would add $54 billion to the Trump said in his address to building of new ships.”
this year after cost overruns and aware” that Sessions had spoken to Pentagon’s projected budget, a 10 Congress on Tuesday night. He often argued that the U.S. mil-
delays. He touted his spending Russia and said that he “probably percent increase. The U.S. current- Trump, in his 2016 campaign, itary is too small to accomplish its
plans, saying he would provide did” speak truthfully to the Senate. ly spends more than half trillion repeatedly pledged to rebuild what missions and pledged to put the
“the finest equipment in the world” During his trip to Newport News, dollars on defense, more than the he called the nation’s “depleted” Navy on track to increase its
and give the military the “tools Trump was joined aboard Air Force next seven countries combined. military and told supporters at active-duty fleet to 350 ships,
you need to prevent war.” One by Defense Secretary Jim “To keep America safe, we must Regent University in Virginia compared to the current Navy plan
The president also toured the car- Mattis. provide the men and women of the Beach in October that the region’s of growing from 272 ships to 308
rier and met with sailors and mili- A draft budget plan released earli- United States military with the naval installations would be “right sometime after 2020.

Officials say new Trump travel ban removes Iraq from list
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS order in the coming days. nantly Muslim countries — Iran, changes as well. The officials said countries targeted by the travel
Four officials told the Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and the 12-page document no longer ban. Critics had accused the
WASHINGTON — President Associated Press that the decision Yemen — will remain on the trav- singles out Syrian refugees for an administration of adding such lan-
Donald Trump’s new immigration followed pressure from the el ban list, said the officials, who indefinite ban and instead includes guage to help Christians get into
order will remove Iraq from the list Pentagon and State Department, spoke on condition of anonymity them as part of a general, 120-day the United States while excluding
of countries whose citizens face a which had urged the White House because they weren’t authorized to suspension of new refugee admis- Muslims.
temporary U. S. travel ban, to reconsider Iraq’s inclusion on discuss the order before it is sions. The White House did not
American officials say, citing the the list given its key role in fight- signed. Those bans are effective The officials also said the order respond to a request for comment.
latest draft in circulation. Trump is ing the Islamic State group. for 90 days. won’t include any explicit exemp- Trump signed his original exec-
expected to sign the executive Citizens of six other predomi- The new order includes other tion for religious minorities in the utive order in late January.

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Syrian army retakes town of Palmyra By Zeina Karam ed from the hands of these foreign
and Donique Soguel terrorist organizations, which are
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS wreaking havoc in our country,”
he added.
The Damascus military state-
BEIRUT — Syria’s military
ment said troops gained full con-
announced on Thursday it has fully
trol of the desert town in central
recaptured the historic town of
Syria following a series of mili-
Palmyra from the Islamic State
tary operations carried out with
group as the militants’ defenses
the help of Russian air cover and
crumbled and IS fighters fled in the
in cooperation with “allied and
face of artillery fire and intense
friendly troops” — government
Russia-backed airstrikes.
shorthand for members of
The development marks the Lebanese militant Hezbollah
third time that the town — famed group who are fighting along
for its priceless Roman ruins and Syrian President Bashar Assad’s
archaeological treasures IS had forces.
sought to destroy — has changed IS defenses around Palmyra had
hands in one year. begun to erode on Sunday, with
It was also the second blow for government troops reaching the
the Islamic State group in Syria in town’s outskirts on Tuesday. The
a week, after Turkish backed oppo- state SANA news agency reported
sition fighters seized the Syrian earlier that government troops had
town of al-Bab from the militants entered the town’s archaeological
on Feb. 23, following a grueling site, a UNESCO World Heritage
three month battle. In neighbor- Site, around mid-day, then the
ing Iraq, the Sunni extremist town itself, as IS militants fled the
REUTERS group is fighting for survival in area.
Syrian soldiers stand on the ruins of the Temple of Bel in the historic city of Palmyra, Syria. its last urban bastion in the west- This is the Syrian government’s
ern part of the city of Mosul. second campaign to retake
Al-Qaida confirms deputy leader killed in U.S. strike For the Syrian government, the
news was a welcome development
Palmyra. It seized the town from
Islamic State militants last March
By Lee Keath Al-Masri, a veteran Egyptian The first report of his death against the backdrop of peace only to lose it again 10 months
militant, was the deputy of al- came from the SITE Intelligence talks underway with the opposi- later.
Qaida’s leader Ayman al-Zawahri, Group, which said al-Masri — the tion in Switzerland. Before the civil war gripped
and the organization’s senior fig- nom de guerre of Egyptian mili- “You are all invited to visit the Syria in 2011, Palmyra was a top
CAIRO — A U.S. airstrike in ure in Syria. He coordinated al- tant Abdullah Mohammed historic city of Palmyra and wit- tourist attraction, drawing tens of
Syria earlier this week killed the Qaida’s work with other militant Abdulrahman — may have been ness its beauty, now that it has thousands of visitors each year.
deputy leader of al-Qaida, known groups and played a direct role in killed in a strike on Sunday on a been liberated, ” the Damascus The Kremlin spokesman,
as Abu al-Khayr al-Masri, the developing external plots, vehicle in Syria’s northwestern envoy to the U.N.-mediated talks, Dmitry Peskov, had said earlier
group confirmed on Thursday. The according to a U.S. counterterror- Idlib province. It cited photos Bashar al-Ja’afari, told reporters that Russian President Vladimir
death brings a significant blow to ism official, who was not author- reports circulating on jihadi in Geneva. Putin was informed by his defense
the terror network and points to ized to discuss the issue and social media accounts. Images “Of course, counterterrorism minister that Syrian troops had
the central role Syria has taken in spoke on condition of anonymi- posted online showed the vehicle operations will continue until the gained control of Palmyra, with
its operations. ty. with part of the roof blown open. last inch of our territory is liberat- support from Russian warplanes.


March 13, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Council Chambers, City Hall
1017 Middlefield Road, Redwood City
to consider the following matter:
Project Request the City Council
Description initiate a General Plan
and File Amendment for a General
Number: Plan land use designation of
Mixed Use - Corridor. The
request is associated with
the Broadway Plaza project
located at 1401 Broadway.
This consideration would
not approve the project, but
would start the project
review process.

Location: 2201 Bay Road
1155 Broadway
054-022-070, -150, -160, -
170, -200

Applicant: The Sobrato Organization
CEQA: EIR will be required.

How to get more information: All project
information is available for review at City Hall
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday How to provide comments: Comments on the project
to Friday and online at may be provided in writing, by email or may be given in
http://www.redwoodcity.org. person at the public hearing.

Any questions or written comments about this Who receives a notice: Notice of this hearing is sent to all
project or the public hearing should be directed to owners or occupants of property located within 500 feet
the project planner: of the subject property, including the owner of the subject
site and the project applicant. Notice is also published in
Karen Vaughn, Principal Planner the newspaper 10 days prior to the hearing date.
kvaughn@redwoodcity.org | (650) 780- 7239
1017 Middlefield Road, Redwood City 94063 What can be challenged: If you challenge the action in
court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you
En español: Para más información en español, or someone else raised at the public hearing described in
favor de comunicarse con (650) 780-7234 o this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the
planning@redwoodcity.org. hearing body at, or prior to, the public hearing.
THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • March 3, 2017 9
Letters to the editor Priorities shift for
tenant protection
San Mateo considering “drought regulations” to control sub- these are hopeless ideas that belong
urban homeowners with grass lawns. firmly in the last century.
becoming a sanctuary city “Drought” is defined as insufficient The funding delay is a temporary
Editor, water for humans and farmers, but it is setback, and dancing on Caltrain’s

In his Feb. 21 letter to the editor, really a man-made condition caused grave with barely concealed glee is ccording to the most recent county data, the
“Sanctuary city resolution is a bad by Democrats refusing to capture neither constructive nor innovative. average rent for a two-bedroom unit in San
idea,” Mr. Scott stated that he felt enough rain to last through dry We need to rally around the electrifica- Mateo County is $2,980 and $2,622 for a one-
like it “sounded like a great idea,” but months. Instead, California tion project and push past this last bedroom unit. That is an increase of just under 40 per-
then later, “after further review,” he Democrats will waste $117 billion obstacle toward a swift, clean, quiet cent in four years. The average vacancy rate is 4.4 per-
felt it was a bad idea because of the taxpayer dollars on a useless high- and modern future. cent, according to the same data.
possible future unintended financial speed rail boondoggle no one will While there is some anecdotal data that rents are
concerns to the city of San Mateo ride, but taxpayers will subsidize for Clem Tillier going down, or at the very least stabilizing, it still
should the federal government with- eternity. Build water storage for San Carlos costs a lot for the average renter to live here.
hold funding to the city because the humans, not union-backed train Both Burlingame and San Mateo went through con-
“city” doesn’t agree with the federal boondoggles.
tentious ballot measures in November on rent control
government’s policy. Regional transit and just cause eviction poli-
To Mr. Scott, and those of you who Mike Brown
respectfully feel as Mr. Scott does; I Editor, cies. Both measures were
Burlingame Many thanks to Tom Huening for soundly defeated.
simply say: “What is right is right.”
Understandably, this may mean that if raising the issue of Caltrain in his So is this the end of the
guest perspective “Caltrain discussion?
we declare how we want to proceed Caltrain funding grant Lemonade” in the Feb. 24 edition of
with our collective wishes regarding It might appear to be in
Editor, the Daily Journal). San Mateo, where recently
the immigration issues in being dif-
Regarding the story, He is absolutely right in his call for
ferent than how the federal govern- the City Council decided not
“Electrification funds in peril” in the Silicon Valley to support regional
ment wants us to be, then we must be to make tenant protection
Feb. 18-19 edition of the Daily transit and especially Caltrain. The
more concerned with what is the right measures a priority topic for
Journal, what were they thinking of? solution, however, is not new tech-
thing to do versus worrying about the this year during a recent
Where was the urgency? Where was nology, but organizing transit for
potential of defunding by the federal annual goal-setting session.
their calendar? efficiently. Ideally, all the more than
government. We can’t let extortion It’s an abrupt turnaround from
Caltrain management has been dozen transit agencies in the Bay Area
dictate what we know is the right and last year when there was
working on electrification since would be merged, including BART and
humane way to treat people (this
1999. So how on Earth could they fail San Francisco’s MTA. This is an some significant momentum
means all people, including immi-
to get the sympathetic, eight-year- enormous political job, and a more toward enacting measures to
grants legal or otherwise).
Haven’t we learned anything from long Obama administration to sign viable first step would be merging ensure a certain segment of our population is not priced
our government’s lack of action for off before Jan. 20 on the $647 mil- Caltrain with SamTrans (which out of the city. In fact, it was the topic of the year with a
many years regarding slavery? Or the lion federal contribution they needed? already manages it) and Santa Clara’s task force and report setting the stage for some signifi-
concentration camps for Japanese- After almost 20 years of planning, VTA. A Peninsula Transit Authority cant discussions in several meetings about what interest
Americans here in our backyard at they let the critical appropriation could not only more effectively man- the council had in moving forward with tenant protec-
what is now The Shops at Tanforan? slide five days into the reign of a new, age and plan public transportation tion measures. Though contentious, there was some
The beauty of where we live is not unsympathetic secretary of trans- from Gilroy to South City, but also progress being made toward potential policies that
just the weather but the diversity of portation. How smart was that? could float bonds to electrify Caltrain
During those decades, couldn’t they could help when the process was taken over by a ballot
people and cultures. It’s time we stand (if federal funds don’t come through),
have foreseen the approaching dead- for grade separation and other proj- measure which sought a dramatic and sweeping, or as
up for what is right. We should have some may suggest, ill-suited, agenda of rent control and
sanctuary cities, counties and our line and speed up their work by five ects.
days? Yes, the federal government just cause eviction with the formation of a rent commis-
state of California. For those of you sion that would have somewhat limited city oversight.
who are unaware, the “illegal” immi- failed to sign off, but surely the local Jonathan P. Roth
government carelessly set the stage Without getting into the nitty-gritty of that entire cam-
grants are not taking the precious Burlingame
for the disaster. paign season, the measure failed by a pretty large mar-
jobs you want. They are taking the
numerous jobs nobody wants and gin.
working harder, with longer hours and Job creators or debt creators But that does not mean that the issue went away, just
for less pay than you would be will- Stan Horn that the political momentum toward ameliorating the
ing to take for the same job. Millbrae We often hear our officials tout issue did. One could say that the voters spoke, which
some project as a “job creator,” but they did, but that does not mean there could not be
Dr. Andrew Soss that is disingenuous. It takes at least another effort by the city to see what measures could
Huening’s Caltrain 10 private sector workers to pay for work for most stakeholders through the staff and coun-
guest perspective every public sector employee, regard- cil’s typical process of study, deliberation, consensus
less whether they are civil servants or building, compromise and decision. However, it is also
Democrat’s drought measures Tom Huening’s “Caltrain lemonade” private contract employees working an election year so bringing up a heated and divisive
Editor, in the Friday, Feb. 24 edition seemed on public projects. topic may not be the best way to construct a foundation
Democrats have controlled quite sour. Wrapping his op-ed in soft That number rises when bonds are for a council campaign.
California’s Legislature for 50 years adulation of Silicon Valley innova- used for funding. Public projects are This is not to suggest that the city’s leaders are turn-
now and, during that time, Democrats tion, he effectively advocates for the debt creators, not job creators. Many ing a blind eye or sitting on their hands. San Mateo has
have built no new water dams, reser- termination of Caltrain’s electrifica- projects are necessary and must be long been a relatively progressive city when it comes to
voirs, water storage tanks or desali- tion program and a return to a gold- funded, but we should not embrace affordable housing. It has had an inclusionary zoning
nation plants because they are con- plated solution of a BART ring around them as job creators in the same
ordinance for far longer than most Peninsula cities; it
trolled by radical environmentalists the Bay, hardly a realistic idea given sense as private businesses and
should be skeptical of anyone who has worked in partnership with countless developers and
who see humans as the problem. So, tightening federal purse strings. Faint nonprofits to create new housing opportunities; when
during this current historic wet sea- praise of modern electric train tech- touts a public project as a “job cre-
ator.” federal funding was available, it had a robust range of
son, when California’s dams are liter- nology (“I rode it in the mid-1960s”) programs to keep people in their homes and to assist
ally breaking from too much water, or criticism of overhead wires in the first-time homebuyers; and it has been pro-active in cre-
and roads are being swept away due to same breath as admiration for stilt-a- Tim Donnelly ating transit-oriented development. Right now, city
landslides and water erosion, rail concrete viaducts running the
entire length of the Peninsula — Burlingame officials are exploring the possibility of workforce
Sacramento Democrats continue their
housing at two former redevelopment sites at the edge of
downtown and are moving forward with new plans for
OUR MISSION: below-market-rate housing at the new Bay Meadows
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most development. It also recently passed commercial link-
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. age fees to raise revenue for new housing, along with
By combining local news and sports coverage, many other cities in San Mateo County. That last piece
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, of effort, combined with the collective effort by county
Michael Davis Henry Guerrero lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Charles Gould Paul Moisio provide our readers with the highest quality officials through their Home For All initiative is a
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Bruce Scannell information resource in San Mateo County. strong step, and more should be done and will be done
Joy Uganiza Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer on this front.
choose to reflect the diverse character of this
Nicola Zeuzem, Production Manager INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: dynamic and ever-changing community. Yet it still feels as if an opportunity was passed up in
Renee Abu-Zaghibra Robert Armstrong the city of San Mateo to provide leadership on the issue
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Stock indexes pull back from record highs
By Alex Veiga environment we think that’s
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS favorable for equities.”
High: 21,129.20 Banks, which investors bid
Low: 20,996.61 sharply higher Wednesday on
Banks and other financial com-
Close: 21,002.97 hopes that higher interest rates
panies led a slide in U.S. stocks
Change: -112.58 would help them earn more from
Thursday, erasing some of the
lending, were the biggest losers
gains from a day earlier, when OTHER INDEXES Thursday.
indexes soared to their latest S&P 500: 2381.92 -14.04 Citizens Financial Group fell
record highs. NYSE Index: 11,575.91 -85.31 $1.54, or 3.9 percent, to $38.05,
Materials and industrials com- Nasdaq: 5861.22 -42.81 while Regions Financial slid 59
panies also fell sharply. Energy cents, or 3.7 percent, to $15.32.
NYSE MKT: 2459.98 -26.46
stocks declined along with the Zions Bancorporation gave up
price of crude oil. Utilities and Russell 2000: 1395.66 -17.97
Wilshire 5000: 24,790.13 -170.65 $1.57, or 3.4 percent, to $44.96.
phone company stocks bucked the The major stock indexes headed
broader market slide. 10-Yr Bond: 2.489 +0.02 lower from the get-go early
Investors mostly focused on the Oil (per barrel): 52.56 -1.27 Thursday as investors considered
latest batch of company news and Gold : 1,234.40 -15.60 results from several companies
earnings reports. Traders had an that reported disappointing earn-
eye on the Federal Reserve amid ings or forecasts.
14.04 points, or 0.6 percent, to Various Federal Reserve offi- first hike in nearly a decade. Fed
growing speculation this week Kroger slid 4.3 percent after the
2,381.92. The Nasdaq composite cials have signaled recently that Chair Janet Yellen and two other
that the central bank will raise supermarket operator said busi-
index slid 42.81 points, or 0.7 they are closer to supporting Fed officials are scheduled to
interest rates again later this ness conditions in the first half of
percent, to 5,861.22. another rate hike. Earlier this deliver speeches on Friday.
month. 2017 will remain difficult due to
Small-company stocks fell week, New York Fed President Investors will be listening for any
“You have the market wondering more than the rest of the market. William Dudley said the case for hints of what the Fed will do at low food prices. The stock fell
if the economy is in fact strong The Russell 2000 index gave up raising interest rates had gotten their next policy meeting later $1.39 to $30.67.
enough for a rate hike at this 17.97 points, or 1.3 percent, to stronger. That’s helped fuel specu- this month. Barnes & Noble tumbled 8.6
point,” said Quincy Krosby, mar- 1,395.67. lation that the central bank will “While it’s plausible the Fed percent after the book seller
ket strategist at Prudential The stock market was coming raise interest rates again this lets the U.S. economy run hot reported weaker-than-expected
Financial. “After the run-up we had off its biggest single-day gain in month. before acting, the economic back- earnings and sales of its Nook e-
yesterday, this is a good excuse nearly four months. The central bank raised its drop, in our view, warrants a Fed book reader. The company also
for the market to pause.” Bond prices fell, pushing yields benchmark interest rate by a quar- hike in March, ” said Terry said business worsened in late
The Dow Jones industrial aver- higher. The 10-year Treasury yield ter-point in December. That fol- Sandven, chief equity strategist at January and into the current quarter
age lost 112.58 points, or 0.5 rose to 2.48 percent from 2.46 lowed a quarter-point increase in U.S. Bank Wealth Management. and forecast a bigger decline in
percent, to 21, 002. 97. The percent late Wednesday. December 2015, which was the “In a slow-growth, improving sales at established locations. Its
Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell shares slid 85 cents to $9.05.

The bump isn’t just Trump: What’s driving the stock rally
By Stan Choe leapt 11. 3 percent since Election Day, course within hours. The reason: Investors ment rate in January was 4.8 percent, and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS packing more gains into four months than are expecting the Trump White House to economists see the economy as close to full
it’s had in four of the last six full years. It push through tax cuts for businesses and to employment. A report on Thursday showed
dipped a bit Thursday, but it’s still close to loosen regulations on them. that the fewest number of workers applied
NEW YORK — The stock market is hit- its record set a day earlier. Lower tax bills for companies should lead for unemployment benefits last week since
ting new heights, and yes, excitement Here’s a look at some of the factors to an immediate rise in earnings, and stock Richard Nixon was in the White House.
about President Trump’s policies is part of behind the strong run for stocks: prices tend to track profits over the long Improvement was underway before Trump
the reason for it. But it’s not the only one, • The Trump bump. term. Easier regulations should also help entered the White House, but his election
analysts say. The first reaction for markets to Trump’s businesses, the thinking goes, particularly has spurred things along. Optimism among
Even if Donald Trump had lost the elec- win of the White House was confusion. big banks and other financials that have small businesses, for example, spiked
tion, many professional investors and ana- Many investors had been expecting a victo- been under restrictions imposed following higher after the election and is now at its
lysts say they still would have expected ry for Hillary Clinton, and markets around the financial crisis. highest level since 2004, according to sur-
stocks to rise, just perhaps not to the same the world tumbled on election night as the Financial stocks have been the best-per- veys from the National Federation of
degree. The Standard & Poor’s index has result became apparent. But they reversed forming sector by far of the 11 that make up Independent Business.
the S&P 500 since the election. Besides the Confidence also jumped for regular house-
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row for first time in nearly two years
Friday • March 3, 2017

McCaffrey got ovation, love for bowl boycott
By Arnie Stapleton I’ve ever had to make. I was just real lucky to playing and succeeding in the NFL.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS have a bunch of guys that had my back.” Running back Leonard Fournette missed
Outside the locker room, McCaffrey has LSU’s Citrus Bowl matchup with Louisville to
INDIANAPOLIS — For Christian drawn plenty of praise and criticism alike for rest an injured ankle, a decision he announced
McCaffrey, the only thing harder than skip- his decision, which he didn’t address publicly three days after McCaffrey, the 2015 Heisman
ping the Sun Bowl was having to inform his until meeting with the media at the NFL scout- Trophy runner-up, said he’d sit out the Sun
teammates. ing combine. Bowl against North Carolina after dealing with
Teams are also peppering him with ques- a bruised hip in 2016.
He stood before them to say he wouldn’t be
tions about bypassing the bowl game, he said. “As a Stanford fan, I wasn’t a huge fan of
suiting up for his final game at Stanford to
that. But they did all right without him, too,”
avoid risking injury on the cusp of his NFL “I just tell them how it is when they ask,” new 49ers general manager John Lynch said,
career. Then, he braced for the blowback. McCaffrey said. “I’m extremely honest with adding that while he understands the bowl boy-
USA TODAY SPORTS Instead, he got goosebumps. them and then we move on to now and playing cotts, “I know people here that that really
Former Stanford star Christian McCaffrey, left, They gave him a “little ovation” and a “lot football.” bothers.”
said his teammates supported him when he of love,” McCaffrey recounted Thursday. What he tells them, he said, is “it was a
decided to skip the Sun Bowl. “And that was one of the toughest decisions career decision ... to try to protect my dream of See MCCAFFREY, Page 16

The best in the county?
Sequoia hammers Serra in the CCS Open Division consolation final
By Nathan Mollat

For as long as anyone can remember, the
Serra basketball team has been the gold stan-
dard against which nearly every other school
in county judges itself.
There was a changing of the guard, for one
year at least, as Sequoia can put its name in the
hat for best team in the county honors after
routing the Padres 75-62 in the Central Coast
Section Open Division consolation final, a
score that belied the Cherokees’ dominance.
So, is Sequoia (25-5) the best team in the
“I don’t think so,” said Sequoia coach Fine
Lauese. “I’ll leave that up to you guys (the
Cañada College point guard Mike Pickney
and the rest of his Colts teammates hope to
The Cherokees finished second behind
close their gym in style with a playoff win
Menlo-Atherton in the Peninsula Athletic
over American River Saturday. A new facility
League standings, splitting their two regular-
is slated to be ready by January 2020.
season meetings.
But Sequoia as now beaten M-A in its last
two meetings — beating the Bears in the PAL
tournament finals and again in the CCS Open
Cañada playoff
Division consolation semifinals. And given
the Cherokees’ performance Thursday night
against the Padres in Redwood City, it’s hard to
game a sendoff
argue against them being the best.
Sequoia started the game blazing, jumping
out to a quick 9-2 lead and the Cherokees never
to ‘Stable Center’
By Terry Bernal
looked back. They led 20-11 after the first
quarter and 41-19 at halftime. In the third quar-
ter, Sequoia built its lead to as many as 27, 49-
With head coach Pete Diepenbrock leav-
24, and led 62-38 after three quarters. The
ing the Cañada College men’s basketball
Padres made the score more respectable in the
program five years ago to re-take the reins
fourth by outscoring the Cherokees 24-13, but
at Palo Alto High School, one of his endur-
the damage had already been done.
ing legacies has been the informal name of
“We got our ass kicked. The better team
Cañada’s home gymnasium.
won,” said Serra coach Sean Dugoni. “It was
Known formally as the Cañada gym,
completely obvious this consolation game
Diepenbrock nicknamed the Colts’ home
didn’t mean anything to those guys in [the
the “Stable Center,” a term still utilized by
locker room]. It’s sad.”
current head coach Mike Reynoso.
Sequoia point guard N’jai LeBlanc Jr. set the
When Cañada hosts its second-round
tone on the first shot of the game, when he
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL playoff game Saturday, it will mark the end
Sequoia’s Zach Bene soars in for a dunk during the Cherokees’ 75-62 win over Serra in the of the Stable Center era. The game will offi-
See SEQUOIA, Page 14 CCS Open Division consolation final. cially be the last event ever held at the 50-
year-old facility, which will be vacated in
August and razed starting in January 2017

WBC growing, but far from mature to begin a two-year, $60-million project to
build a new kinesiology complex, includ-
ing a new state-of-the-art gymnasium.
By Ronald Blum Chris Park, Major League Baseball’s senior The United States, which failed to finish “For me, it’s going to be bittersweet,”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS vice president of growth, strategy and inter- better than fourth under managers Buck Reynoso said. “I love this gym.”
national, said Thursday at a Yankee Stadium Martinez, Davey Johnson and Joe Torre, is In just four years at the helm, Reynoso
NEW YORK — The World Baseball news conference. “Our ultimate ambition is led this year by Jim Leyland and starts play has returned the Colts to prominence in a
Classic returns Monday for its fourth edi- to watch and supervise this tournament as it March 10 versus Colombia in Miami. hurry. He guided them to the state final four
tion, growing slowly yet still far from ris- matures into a truly global platform for our The 2013 championship on the MLB two seasons ago. Then after a down year in
ing to the prominence of soccer’s World game and a real competitor with the top Network averaged 843,000 viewers; it was 2015-16, he reinvented the roster this sea-
Cup or the Olympics. international tournaments around the the most-watched sporting event in the son and has led Cañada back to the postsea-
South Korea hosts Israel at the opener of world.” Dominican Republic in at least a decade, son. With a win Saturday against American
the 16-nation tournament in Seoul, and the First-round games also are being played at averaging an 11.2 rating on CDN. And in River College at 7 p.m., the Colts will
Dominican Republic starts its title defense Tokyo and Guadalajara, Mexico; and sec- Puerto Rico, there was a combined 39.0 rat- advance to the elite eight, to be played at
March 9 against Canada in Miami. ond-round games at San Diego and Tokyo. ing for telecasts on Telemundo, MLB the neutral site of Las Positas in Livermore,
“The tournament remains very much in The championship round is at Dodger
the early innings of its development, ” Stadium in Los Angeles from March 20-22. See WBC, Page 16 See CAÑADA, Page 14
12 Friday • March 3, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Warriors maintain focus while Durant recovers
By Andrew Seligman the Bulls. “Obviously, it’s tough, ” “It’s not the end of the world,”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Golden State boasts the NBA’s Draymond Green said. “We’ll have Green said. “We’ve still got to go
best record, has a playoff spot to do it by committee. One guy out and win basketball games. ...
locked up and is focused on a sec- isn’t going to come and bring 26 Home court in the playoffs, of
CHICAGO — As tough as it was points and eight rebounds per course that’s the goal.”
to lose Kevin Durant to a leg ond championship in three years.
But Curry and Co. might have to game. Multiple guys have got to
injury, the Golden State Warriors step up. Some guys’ minutes will Golden State signed forward
were breathing a little easier. After get by without their leading scorer
increase.” Matt Barnes to replace the injured
all, they expect their superstar for- and rebounder for the remainder of
the regular season and maybe even Durant, adding some toughness
ward will return this season. No doubt, losing their big man and defense to a team gearing up
longer after he injured his left is a huge blow for the Warriors.
“There was definitely a sense of for another deep playoff run. He
knee in Tuesday’s loss at They became the earliest team in
relief that he’ll be able to come spent two years with the Warriors
Washington. NBA history to clinch a playoff
back at some point down the earlier in his career, helping them
stretch of the season,” Stephen Durant, averaging 25.3 points spot when they beat Brooklyn on
beat Dallas in a stunning upset in
Curry said Thursday in Chicago. and 8.2 rebounds, sprained a liga- Saturday and are trying to lock
down the No. 1 seed in the Western the 2007 playoffs. The 36-year-
“Our job now is to (continue) ment and bruised a bone when old Barnes played in 54 games for
being us, continue to get wins, teammate Zaza Pachulia fell into Conference.
the Sacramento Kings this season
continue to play well, continue to him after being pushed by Wizards But it’s not like they haven’t before being waived.
build toward the playoffs and then center Marcin Gortat. An MRI won in a huge way without Durant.
when he’s able to rejoin us, hope- revealed the injuries. They captured the NBA champi- “Just excitement,” Barnes said.
fully, we hit our stride and be ready Durant is scheduled to be re- onship two years ago and then set “Tremendously humbled. It’s a
GEOFF BURKE/USA TODAY SPORTS to try to win another champi- evaluated in a month. That would a league record with 73 victories team everybody talks about, the
Golden State’s Kevin Durant grabs onship.” leave about two weeks remaining on the way to their second straight chemistry they have on and off the
his knee after injuring it in the first Curry, the two-time reigning in the regular season if he is ready finals last season, before signing court and the way they play for
quarter of Tuesday’s loss to MVP, spoke at the shootaround to return then. The playoffs start the 2013-14 MVP to a two-year each other. That’s something I
Washington. before the Warriors’ game against in mid-April. deal. want to be a part of.”

Bulls hand Warriors NBA will hire more refs By Brian Mahoney gram. Spruell, while praising the
refs’ performance, said the NBA

second straight loss
has already expanded the data it
NEW YORK — After further reviews and another step is
review, the NBA says it’s time to “bringing in more talent to this
hire more referees. demanding profession.”
By Andrew Seligman Bulls 94, Warriors 87 leading 85-84 when Butler hit two
free throws with 2:53 left to start the The league also plans to change “As I say, they do a good job but
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS how do we continue to improve it?
game-ending run. the way they are scheduled and
Bobby Portis added 17 points and evaluated. Evaluate it with a very comprehen-
CHICAGO — Jimmy Butler a season-high 13 rebounds for Wade buried a fadeaway jumper and sive data system that allows us to
The NBA will launch an
scored 22 points and the Chicago Chicago. The Bulls outscored Paul Zipser nailed a 3-pointer from look at accuracy of their calls,
Officiating Advisory Council,
Bulls beat Golden State 94-87 on Golden State 10-2 over the final the right wing to make it 91-85 with errors in a game,” Spruell said.
among a number of initiatives
Thursday night in the Warriors’ first three minutes to wipe out a one- 1:41 left. “And while that can be sensitive
announced Thursday following a
game since Kevin Durant injured his point deficit and come away with six-month review of the officiat- to some extent for our officials,
left leg. their fifth win in six games. Tip-ins ing program conducted by Byron it’s still just ultimately going to
Golden State was breathing a little Butler made all 10 free throws and Spruell, the president of league make the current pool of 64 offi-
had five rebounds and six assists. Warriors: Coach Steve Kerr
easier after learning Durant proba- coached the game after missing the operations. cials better and better as we evalu-
bly will play again this season. He And Portis had his best game of the The current staff of 64 will grow ate their talent day to day, game to
season. morning shootaround because of a
was hurt two nights earlier in a loss stomach illness. ... Thursday to at least 70 next season and the game, play to play.”
at Washington. Durant is scheduled to be exam- league plans to increase it by 25
marked the 55th anniversary of Wilt A larger staff would allow the
ined again in about a month. If the percent over the next three years.
The NBA-leading Warriors’ Chamberlain’s record 100-point league to have what Spruell called
eight-time All-Star is ready to return Spruell said the league will consid-
league-record regular-season streak game for the Philadelphia Warriors “game administrators,” who would
at that time, there would be about er promotions from the NBA
without consecutive losses ended at against the New York Knicks. sit courtside and communicate
two weeks left in the regular season. Development League and NCAA
146 games. Bulls: G Michael Carter-Williams between the game officials and the
Of course, the Warriors have won referees, former players and refer-
Stephen Curry scored 23 points, missed his third consecutive game Replay Center. And it would have
big without Durant. They captured ees working internationally.
and Klay Thompson finished with because of knee tendinitis. ... more refs in place if the league
the championship two years ago
13. The star guards combined to hit Spruell said after completing ever decides to have more than the
and followed that up with a league-
just 3 of 22 3-pointers, and the negotiations on the collective current three-person crew calling
Warriors made it back-to-back loss-
record 73 wins last year. Up next bargaining agreement, games. It has experimented with
The Warriors, who beat the Bulls
es for the first time since April Warri o rs : Visit the New York Commissioner Adam Silver’s next four- and five-man crews in the D-
by 31 at home last month, were
2015. Knicks on Sunday. priority was the officiating pro- League, which will continue.

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Sports brief
Sorensen’s goal lifts Sharks
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Miller’s pads into the net midway through the
Utah routs California 74-44
SALT LAKE CITY — Sedrick Barefield
Sharks 3, Canucks 1 second. Couture added an insurance goal later scored 14 and Utah defeated California 74-
SAN JOSE — Marcus Sorensen snapped a in the period. 44 in Pac-12 action Thursday night.
games between the teams.
second-period tie with his first NHL goal and The Canucks grabbed The Utes stayed alive in their pursuit of a
the San Jose Sharks beat the Vancouver NOTES: Hutton has five assists in 11 first-round bye in the conference tourna-
the lead on Horvat’s games since returning from an injury. ...
Canucks 3-1 on Thursday night, ending a six- power-play goal midway ment. The top four teams in the standings
game home losing streak to their Pacific Vancouver’s Sven Baertschi played for the earn a bye and Utah (19-10, 10-7) and Cal
through the first period first time since Feb. 7. He missed the previous
Division rivals. when he took a nice pass (19-10, 10-7) are now tied in the fourth
Mikkel Boedker and Logan Couture also 10 games. ... Horvat has nine points over his slot.
from Ben Hutton in front last 11 games. ... Couture has five points in
scored for the Sharks, who have won four of of the net. The 30 points win over Cal is the largest
five overall and earned at least one point in his last five games. ... Patrick Marleau has at Utah has in the series dating back to 1940.
Boedker tied it eight least one point in four straight games. ...
eight straight games. minutes later after Paul Utah blew the doors open with a 32-10
Aaron Dell Jannik Hansen, acquired from the Canucks two
Bo Horvat scored for the Canucks, who have Martin saved the puck at run after the teams were tied at six apiece
days ago, was not available for the Sharks.
lost three in a row and five of six. the blue line and got it to Couture. Boedker hit and took a 42-22 lead into halftime. David
Aaron Dell made 17 saves to improve to 8- a knuckler that floated over Miller’s left Collette and Kyle Kuzma scored 12 apiece
3-1 this season. Ryan Miller stopped 29 shoulder. Up next and Bonam finished with 11.
shots for the Canucks. Sorensen scored by bouncing the puck off Grant Mullins led the Golden Bears with
The road team had won the previous 12 Sharks : At the Minnesota Wild on Sunday. 11 points.

Hahn struck out three in three shutout innings.
Baseball briefs Delino DeShields and Hanser Alberto, who played shortstop,
Red Sox’s Price scratched from first spring start went 2 for 3 for Texas. Mike Hauschild allowed four hits and
two earned runs in 2 1/3 innings.
Ask a Professional

Red Sox left-hander David Price was scratched from his first
spring training start and will consult with Angels 5, Giants (ss) 4 If I choose
specialists after experiencing soreness in
his left forearm and elbow.
Luis Valbuena had two doubles with two RBIs and C.J. Cron cremation,
added a pair of hits for Los Angeles. Starter Ricky Nolasco gave
Price underwent an MRI on Wednesday up a run on two hits, striking out three, over two innings. what are my
but results of the test are not yet available.
Price is expected to seek second opinions
Chris Marrero hit his second homer of the spring, a solo
shot, newcomer Aaron Hill had two hits and Gorkys Hernandez Rick Riffel
options for
from Dr. James Andrews and Dr. Neil
ElAttrache, who are at the NFL combine in
doubled in a run. Starting prospect Tyler Beede pitched two Managing Funeral Director
shutout innings.
Indianapolis. Price would likely travel to
Indianapolis for consultations. Orioles’ Caleb Joseph, with no RBIs Cremation offers many options for final
David Price Manager John Farrell said Price threw 38
last season, gets exhibition homer disposition such as burial in a cemetery plot,
pitches in a two-inning simulated game
Tuesday and felt no discomfort. He first noticed the soreness on TAMPA, Fla. — Caleb Joseph has ended a year-long RBI
preservation in a columbarium niche, or
Wednesday morning. drought with a long home run. scattering at sea or in a place of meaning.
Price was scheduled to make his first start of the spring on
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job defensively. For him to play as good as In fact, it matches the lowest opponent
he did against a 7-footer is huge. We don’t see scoring total of Reynoso’s four years at
that too often (7-footers).” Cañada, the last dating back to Dec. 30,
Sequoia connected on five 3-pointers in the 2014.
Continued from page 11 Continued from page 11
first quarter as the Cherokees built a nine- “We always hang our hat on the defensive
point lead after eight minutes. Kyle end but … with how many possessions we
launched —  and buried — a 3-pointer from just one win away from returning to the
Pruhsmeier’s 3 at the 6:10 mark of the second play, we’re not going to go out and hold a
two steps behind the arc. Zach Bene followed final four.
quarter pushed their lead to 10, 23-13, and team to 50 or below,” Reynoso said.
with a 3 and LeBlanc came back with his sec- Construction of the new kinesiology
ond trey in less than two minutes, this one after Wilson made one of two free throws for Sophomore guard Mike Pickney led the
complex is scheduled to take two years,
even deeper. When he drilled another long 3 Serra, the Cherokees embarked on a 8-0 run offense with 19 points and six assists.
with the grand opening scheduled for
with 2:05 left in the opening quarter, it gave to push their lead to 31-15 with 2:57 left in Freshman forward Antony Navarrete added
January 2020. For the next two seasons,
the Cherokees an 18-9 lead and they just kept the half. Up 35-19, Sequoia closed the half 12 points and a team-high nine rebounds.
the Cañada men’s basketball and women’s
adding on for the next two quarters. with six unanswered points for a 41-19 half- After a back-and-forth first half, the Colts
volleyball teams will relocate to College of
LeBlanc would go on to finish with a game- time lead. took the lead to start the second and never
San Mateo, where both teams will share the
high 15 points, 13 of which came in the first Coach Lauese, however, was not concerned again trailed, relying on a pressure full
main gym with CSM’s women’s basketball
half. with big lead. court press to set the tempo with the fast-
and volleyball teams for practices and
LeBlanc admitted this game was huge for “I was more focused on defense,” he said. paced transition offense.
the Cherokees. “The first half, we came ready to play. I The project at Cañada is being funded 60 “We weren’t playing well (in the first
“Oh and 18, public schools against private thought we did well in the first half, making percent from bond money via Measure H half),” Reynoso said. “We were taking bad
schools in CCS. I’m not exactly sure on that everything hard for [Serra].” from the November 2014 ballot in San shots … a couple selfish plays here and
number, but it’s something like that,” Mateo County, with the other 40 percent there that didn’t allow us to get in the flow.
And the Cherokees did not take their foot
LeBlanc said. “We’ve been asking them coming from private investors, according And [Delta] played tough. … In the second
off the gas pedal in the third quarter. While
(Serra) to come over (and play us) in presea- to Jose Nunez, vice chancellor of facilities half we played really well on defense and
Serra (14-13) played much better over the
son and they keep ducking us. planning, maintenance and operations for the press was working well, and we
final two quarters, Sequoia matched the Padres
“We want more respect.” the San Mateo County Community College rebounded the ball a lot better than we did in
in the third quarter as each team scored 19
Sequoia didn’t need a huge scoring game District. the first half.”
from LeBlanc because he got plenty of help. The collective funding for the Cañada Cañada last faced American River in
Bene finished with 12 points, showing his “Serra is a good team,” Coach Lauese said. 2014-15 in the championship game at the
“You can’t fall asleep on them up 20, up 30.” project is similar to the arrangement struck
versatility by knocking down that 3 and later at CSM, when the current Health and Monterey Peninsula preseason tournament,
flushing home a dunk on the fast break. The fourth quarter was mostly reserved for a game the Colts won 85-74. The only per-
Wellness Center was constructed in part
Ziggy Lauese and Myles Nuñez each added 10. the reserves for both teams, with Serra final- sonnel remaining from that season are the
with bond money, and in part with private
And the Cherokees were nothing if not effi- ly getting the better of the Cherokees. coaches, including Reynoso and American
money. CSM now houses the San Mateo
cient from the field as they shot a blistering But it was much too little, much too late. Athletic Club and Aquatic Center, a private- River head coach Mike Giorgi.
55 percent on 27 of 49 shooting. “We got down 9-2 and they were like, ‘Eh. ly-run business entity with approximately American River is led by a trio of guards,
“It was just one of those games,” LeBlanc It’s only a consolation game,” Dugoni said. 4,000 memberships that shares the space including sophomore Richard Reed, who
said. “Hopefully they’ll do a little soul searching with the college, according to Cañada ath- averages 20.6 points per game, ranking
Serra, conversely, did not have one player this weekend.” letic director Mike Garcia. sixth in the state. Sophomore Jericho
reach double figures scoring. Denzel Avery (10 ppg) and freshman Armoni
Despite it being the last CCS game for Also like CSM, the Cañada project will
McCollum, Masie Mohammadi and Colin Rivers (10.7 ppg) also average in double
both squads, the season is not over. By virtue see the addition of two new 25-foot swim-
McCarthy led the Padres with eight points digits.
of qualifying for the Open Division, both ming pools. The difference between the two
each. “They just make plays with that style and
were already assured of a berth into the projects is Cañada’s new facility will house
Ziggy Lauese, Sequoia’s 6-6 center, got the tempo,” Reynoso said. “So we just need to
Northern California playoffs. Sequoia will be the entirety of the indoor kinesiology
better of his counterpart, Jack Wilson. Ziggy maintain our composure and our defensive
slotted into the Division I bracket, while department, Nunez said.
Lauese outscored the 7-footer 10-5 and outre- intensity and concepts.”
bounded him 5-1 as well. Serra will go into Division II where the “It’s going to be state of the art, ”
Padres will attempt to defend their state title. Reynoso said. “It’s going to be nice. It’s Reynoso said the post play of the 6-5
“I thought he played him (Wilson) really
“We can play with anybody,” LeBlanc said. going to be well worth the wait, is what Navarrete and 6-5 freshman center Keith
well,” Coach Lauese said. “[Ziggy] did a good
“We’re just going to build off this.” we’re hoping.” Dickerson should give the Colts their best
Reynoso’s focus is hardly on the senti- leg up against American River.
ment of the final game at the Stable Center “I don’t think they can contain our size in
though. The Colts are riding high after a 73- that sense … so I think our 4, 5s will have
52 takedown of San Joaquin Delta in last good games and our guards will get some
Friday’s playoff opener. The victory stands open looks,” Reynoso said. “They just need
as the gem of Colts defensive performances to knock them down. But if we share the
this year with Delta’s 52 points the lowest ball, if we play like that, I think we’ll be
output of the season by a Cañada opponent. OK.”

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Local sports roundup NBA GLANCE NHL GLANCE
THURSDAY match by default. ing staff combined for 15 strike- EASTERN CONFERENCE EASTERN CONFERENCE
Austin Hartman and Jacob outs. Atlantic Division Atlantic Division
McClum, at No. 2 and No. 4 sin-
Girls’ basketball gles respectively, also won for the Palo Alto 5,

Montreal 65 36 21
Ottawa 62 34 22
New York 25 36 .410 14 Boston 64 33 25 6 72 177 168
Menlo-Atherton 71, Cherokees. Sacred Heart Prep 4 Philadelphia 22 38 .367 16 1/2 Toronto 62 28 21 13 69 190 185
St. Ignatius 63 Half Moon Bay got its wins at The Vikings walked off with the Brooklyn 10 49 .169 28 Florida 63 29 23 11 69 159 176
The Bears captured the Central No. 1 singles, where defending victory after scoring the winning Southeast Division
Tampa Bay 62 29 25 8 66 175 174
Buffalo 64 27 26 11 65 162 184
Coast Section Open Division con- PAL tournament champion Drew run in the bottom of the seventh Washington 36 23 .610 —
Detroit 61 25 26 10 60 153 180
Atlanta 34 26 .567 2 1/2
solation final, using a big second Davison won his match at love. inning. Miami 28 33 .459 9
half to hold off the Wildcats. Miguel Isidero, playing at No. 3 SHP took a 1-0 lead in the top of Charlotte 26 35 .426 11 Metropolitan Division
Orlando 22 39 .361 15 Washington 63 43 13 7 93 208 134
Leading 28-22 at halftime, M-A singles, posted a 6-4, 6-2 victory. the first, but Palo Alto tied it with Columbus 62 40 16 6 86 200 146
(28-2) outscored St. Ignatius 23- a run in the bottom of the second Central Division Pittsburgh 62 38 16 8 84 214 175
Cleveland 41 18 .695 — N.Y. Rangers 64 41 21 2 84 209 169
12 in the third quarter and while Aragon 7, Mills 0 and took a 2-1 lead with a run in Chicago 31 30 .508 11 N.Y. Islanders62 30 22 10 70 185 186
the Wildcats poured in 27 points The Dons evened their PAL Bay the third. Indiana 31 30 .508 11 Philadelphia 63 30 26 7 67 163 188
Detroit 29 32 .475 13 New Jersey 63 25 26 12 62 145 181
in the fourth, the Bears did their Division mark at 2-2 with the SHP scored three in the top of Milwaukee 26 33 .441 15 Carolina 60 25 25 10 60 151 175
part by scoring 20 to hold them shutout over the Vikings. the fourth, but Palo Alto tied it at 4
off. Aragon (2-2 PAL Bay, 4-3 over- with two in the bottom of the Southwest Division Central Division
Greer Hoyem, as she has done all) dominated the doubles match- frame. San Antonio 46 13 .780 — Minnesota 62 41 15 6 88 209 148
Houston 43 19 .694 4 1/2
most of the year, led M-A with 22 es, dropping only five games over John McGory drove in a pair of Memphis 36 25 .590 11 Chicago 63 40 18 5 85 191 160
points. Carly McLanahan added 20 three matches. The Dons had to runs for SHP (1-3-1 overall), while Dallas 24 36 .400 22 1/2 Nashville 64 32 23 9 73 189 179
New Orleans 24 37 .393 23 St. Louis 62 31 26 5 67 173 179
and Ilana Baer chipped in with 11. work a little harder in the singles Nathan Fleischli had three hits. Winnipeg 64 28 30 6 62 189 205
St. Ignatius was led by Azyhiana play, but managed to win all four Eric DeBrine and Jack Molumphy Northwest Division Dallas 64 25 29 10 60 180 208
Utah 37 24 .607 — Colorado 62 17 42 3 37 122 205
Basallo, who scored a game high in straight sets. each had two hits for the Gators. Oklahoma City 35 25 .583 1 1/2
23 points. Denver 28 33 .459 9 Pacific Division
Both teams will now prepare for Baseball Boys’ lacrosse Minnesota
Sharks 63 38
Edmonton 64 34
the Northern California tourna- Half Moon Bay 11, Westmoor 2 Sacred Heart Prep 14, Anaheim 63 32 21 10 74 162 161
ment which tips off next week. Pacific Division Calgary 64 34 26 4 72 171 178
The Cougars improved to 2-0-1 Los Gatos 11 x-Warriors 50 11 .820 — Los Angeles 63 30 27 6 66 155 158
on the young season by routing The Gators scored seven goals in L.A. Clippers 36 24 .600 13 1/2 Vancouver 63 26 30 7 59 146 182
Boys’ tennis the Rams in a non-league game. each half to down the Wildcats in a
L.A. Lakers
Arizona 63 22 34 7 51 152 206
Sequoia 5, Half Moon Bay 2 The game was all but over after non-league match in Los Gatos. Phoenix 19 42 .311 31 Thursday’s Games
The Cherokees swept the dou- Half Moon Bay scored 10 runs in Jack Crockett paced the SHP x-clinched playoff spot Buffalo 6, Arizona 3
Washington 1, New Jersey 0
bles matches to down the Cougars the first inning and tacking on one offense with five goals and also Thursday’s Games N.Y. Rangers 2, Boston 1
in Peninsula Athletic League Bay more in the fifth. Jakob Meighen added a pair of assists. Tommy Chicago 94, Golden State 87 Philadelphia 2, Florida 1, SO
Phoenix 120, Charlotte 103 Columbus 1, Minnesota 0
Division play. had two hits and two RBIs for the Barnds added four goals and assist- Oklahoma City at Portland, late Ottawa 2, Colorado 1
The No. 1 doubles tandem of Cougars, while Zach Zioncheck ed on a fifth, Kevin Tinsley and Friday’s Games Montreal 2, Nashville 1
Cleveland at Atlanta, 4 p.m. N.Y. Islanders 5, Dallas 4
Noah Bloomquist and Chris Beatty scored three runs. Patrick Hagerty each scored twice, Miami at Orlando, 4 p.m. San Jose 3, Vancouver 1
dropped only one game in their Half Moon Bay pitcher Justin while Joe Sonsini scored one goal. New York at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. Friday’s Games
Toronto at Washington, 4 p.m. Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m.
straight-set win, while the No. 2 Garcia earned the win with five Teddy Vought had a team-high L.A. Clippers at Milwaukee, 5 p.m. Arizona at Carolina, 4:30 p.m.
duo of Jake Pederson and Ryan strikeouts in just two innings of three assists for the Gators, while Memphis at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. St. Louis at Winnipeg, 5 p.m.
Anderson won their match at love. work. The Cougars’ relief corps goaltender Cody Weibe finished Brooklyn at Utah, 6 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Chicago, 5:30 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Detroit at Calgary, 6 p.m.
Sequoia won the third doubles was just as dominated as the pitch- with eight assists. San Antonio at New Orleans, 9:30 p.m. Toronto at Anaheim, 7 p.m.
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Sports briefs came a year after Notre Dame linebacker Jaylon fering points of view.

Cal women top USC
MCCAFFREY Smith cost himself millions by blowing out his
left knee in the Fiesta Bowl. Smith was project-
ed as a top-five pick before his injury, and
Tennessee’s Alvin Kamara said, “I was going
to play the bowl game regardless of anything. I
Continued from page 11 think (it helped me). Just being there my last
in Pac-12 tourney opener instead went to the Dallas Cowboys in the sec- game with my teammates and my coaches and
ond round with the 34th overall pick. The dif- my fan base, I think that was the most impor-
SEATTLE — Kristine Anigwe scored 34 Lynch has known McCaffrey, whose father, ference in guaranteed contract money is about tant thing.”
points with 13 rebounds and four blocks and Ed, had a long NFL career as a wide receiver, for $19 million.
many years. “So, I would never question his The other question McCaffrey faces is
eighth-seeded Califiornia pulled away from The Cowboys used their first pick, fourth whether he can have similar success in the NFL
ninth-seeded USC 71-58 in the opening game commitment to team and all that,” Lynch said. overall, on Ezekiel Elliott, whose spectacular
“But other people will. So, it’s something that as an all-purpose back. At Stanford, he reached
of the Pac-12 Tournament on Thursday. rookie season restored value to first-round run- the end zone 33 times on rushes, receptions and
these kids have to weigh. I think it will affect ning back prospects like Fournette and
Cal was up 48-45 entering the fourth quarter returns.
football going forward for many years to McCaffrey.
and Anigwe scored the Golden Bears’ first nine “I don’t think there’s anybody else that can do
points and had 11 in the period. Anigwe’s fifth Elliott, however, was among those who did- all the things I can as far as run between the
Broncos boss John Elway, who also has
30-point game of the season was the school n’t like Fournette and McCaffrey bailing on tackles, outside pass protect, play X, Z, slot,
known McCaffrey since he was a youngster, did-
record in the tournament. their teammates, tweeting, “I would do any- and do a lot of bunch of stuff in the return game,
n’t initially agree with his decision but has
The Bears (19-2) face top-seeded and sixth- come around, he said. thing to play one more time with my brothers also. I think that’s what sets me apart,” said
ranked Oregon State in the quarterfinals on “You know what, I understand it now. in that scarlet and gray.” McCaffrey, who plans to run routes at his pro
Friday. Obviously, when I thought about it, kind of the When others pointed out he skipped his sen- day later this month.
old school in me wanted to come out saying, ior season to enter the draft, Elliott tweeted: Raiders coach Jack Del Rio, whose son, Luke,
The Trojans (14-16) led 28-20 late in the
‘Why not play? It’s your last game,”’ Elway “there is a difference between not coming back played high school ball with McCaffrey, is a
first half before Cal closed with a 10-0 run
said. “But I tell you what, when you look at for your last year and not finishing your last believer.
with Anigwe and Cowling scoring four each.
where the league is now and the value of these season.” “I heard the people question whether he’d be
Anigwe stretched the run to 17-0 with the first
seven points of the fourth quarter and also had contracts for these kids coming out now, and the Tell that to Jake Butt. Michigan’s star tight able to go from the high school level to the col-
Cal’s next five points. risk that they’re taking, the old salty guy in me end is this year’s cautionary tale after tearing an lege level and now the questions will come out,
got flipped back to saying I understand why ACL in the Wolverines’ 33-32 loss to Florida ‘Can he go from the college game to the pro
Aingwe went 12 of 19 from the field and 9 of they didn’t play.” State in the Orange Bowl. game?”’ Del Rio said. “And I think you’re going
10 from the line. The Bears shot 55 percent The decisions by McCaffrey and Fournette Even fellow running back prospects have dif- to see the same thing.”
(26 of 47) despite going 1 of 8 from distance.

event, many players decline to participate in end of most European club seasons — the
Ex-NBA star Stoudemire sorry the WBC, which is played while their clubs are 2022 tournament in Qatar will be an anomaly,
about gay teammate comments at spring training ahead of season openers shifted to Nov. 21-Dec. 18 because of the sum-
that start April 2. mer heat.
JERUSALEM — Former NBA player Amare Continued from page 11
Japan won the initial tournament in 2006 Baseball prefers preseason, even though it
Stoudemire has apologized for telling an and repeated as champion in 2009, but no cur- means pitch limits in the WBC because arm
Israeli website that he would avoid a gay team- Network and ESPN Deportes. rent Japanese in MLB will be at the WBC. strength is still building.
mate. “Let’s see if their success will translate to “It comes down to a personal decision, and “Every time you start to drill down into a
more people watching,” said broadcaster Al they have all of these competing interests particular time of year and look at the logis-
Stoudemire told Walla Sport when asked
Leiter, a pitcher on the 2006 U.S. team. that they have to contend with in terms of tics and look at the pros and cons, what
about the possibility of having a gay team-
mate: “I’m going to shower across the street, The tournament is run by MLB and the play- their own preparation and length of the sea- sounds like an easy fix suddenly becomes a lot
make sure my change of clothes are around the ers’ association and games will be televised in son,” players’ union senior labor counsel Ian more complicated,” Penny said.
corner.” When asked if he was joking, he said the U.S. on MLB Network and ESPN Penny said. A postseason tournament that starts in
“there’s always a truth within a joke.” Deportes. In total, 171 countries will receive Major leaguers on 25-man rosters were not early-to-mid November would leave pitchers
WBC broadcasts, and more than 50 sponsors allowed at the last Olympic baseball tourna- from eliminated clubs waiting around to
Stoudemire’s comments drew criticism from have reached agreements. ment in 2008 and they aren’t likely to be at resume competition.
gay former NBA players Jason Collins and Revenue is forecast to top $100 million for the 2020 Tokyo Games, given MLB’s unwill- “You don’t make the playoffs and your last
John Amaechi. the first time. Still, that is less than 2 percent ingness to interrupt its season. That leaves game is Oct. 1 — you have to wait around for
When Stoudemire played for the New York of the $5.5 billion projected by FIFA for next the WBC as the sport’s international show- five weeks to keep throwing to get ready for a
Knicks in 2012, he was fined $50,000 by the year’s World Cup in Russia. case. WBC that you’re not going to want to embar-
NBA after tweeting a gay slur at a fan. While the World Cup is soccer’s ultimate Soccer’s World Cup usually is played at the rass yourself,” Leiter said. “Impossible.”

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reps from the Stanford University golfer joins the American Women’s time of the Ohlone Indian through today.
Volunteer Service. A South San Francisco The Museum is open every day except Santiago, and her newest book, on the
Postdoctoral Association and learn how most northerly Spanish Camino trails,
yoga might be an effective treatment for high school teacher writes to her former Monday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
*** will be published this year. The
PTSD. NightLife begins at 6 p.m. Ages 21 students in the military. A college student
WALKING ACROS S S PAIN: Burlingame Main Library is located at 480
and over only. ID is required. The wants to join the Women’s Army Corps.
WRITER S US AN ALCORN PRES - Primrose Road in Burlingame. The event
California Academy of Sciences is located The program is organized by the Museum’s will be in the Lane Community Room and
in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. For Auxiliary, whose volunteers wrote the ENTS A TRAVEL SLIDE SHOW AT
THE BURLINGAME MAIN LIBRARY is free and open to the public.
more information visit www. calacade- script. Re-enactors will include family
members of the women portrayed. This ON MARCH 2 9 . Susan Alcorn of Bay
presentation, sponsored by Cypress Lawn Area Travel Writers gives a digital slide
*** Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdai-
Heritage Foundation, is part of the presentation, Walking Across Spain on the
MARCH 1 8 DEMONSTRATION OF Camino de Santiago, at the Burlingame
lyjournal.com or www.twitter.com/susanci-
Museum’s Courthouse Docket program, tyscene.

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be delicious here. I call for these rib chops
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is planning to meet the other kids Dr. Rice heart to his dramatic scenes and wielding

his mutant-ness, and has a lot softer heart
than his claws would indicate.) experimented on in Eden, a place they read unmatched admantium power in the action
It’s the near future, and Logan is a hard- about in an X-Men comic book. So meta. sequences.
Continued from page 18 drinking limo-driver for hire. As one of the Thus the story becomes a road movie, Beyond the claws, there’s also some cut-
few remaining mutants, he keeps a low pro- with Logan, Laura and Xavier comprising ting-edge car play, including a throw-down
file while caring for an aging and ill an endearing and offbeat family on their between a limo, two motorcycles and a
lots of claws-through-the-face shots — and Professor X, who’s hidden in a secret silo way to Eden as they try to outrun Dr. Rice barbed wire fence. Mangold also manages
emotionally profound as it explores the just south of the Mexican border. Half the and his goons. Logan is reluctant and disin- to work in an anti-GMO message about a
relationship between Logan and Professor time he babbles nonsense, but the profes- terested, Xavier is kind and a little kooky, Monsanto-like company and pay tribute to
X (Patrick Stewart). sor tells him there’s a young mutant com- and Laura is mute. classic cinema with a nod to the 1953
Viewers would need some basic familiari- ing their way, and soon they’re charged Western, “Shane.”
Laura is also a killer badass, and Keen
ty with these characters to fully appreciate with Laura, a little girl who doesn’t speak makes her so fun to watch. Imagine “Logan” is a family drama, an action
the story told in “Logan.” If you don’t but has deadly claws like Wolverine. Wolverine’s powers in a pint-sized, pony- thriller and an epic superhero story. If this
know anything about the relationship
A slick-looking villain with a tailed package. Between the 11-year-old’s is indeed Jackman’s last Wolverine film,
between the title mutant and Charles Xavier
“Terminator” hand (a perfectly smarmy performance and flawless special effects, he’s going out in heartfelt, high-class
(Stewart), the arc they experience in this
Boyd Holbrook) is interested in this young Keen’s fight scenes are as thrilling and style.
film would be far less impactful.
mutant as well. She was part of a pseudo- bloodletting as any of Wolverine’s. “Logan,” a 20th Century Fox release, is
(The quick version: Professor X is the de-
military genetic research project led by the And Jackman doubly delivers as rated R for “strong brutal violence and lan-
facto leader of mutants, who most appreci-
evil Dr. Rice (Richard E. Grant, even Wolverine. You’ll see what I mean when guage throughout, and for brief nudity.”
ates them and their powers. Logan has
smarmier). you watch the film. He is in top form as Running time:  141 minutes. Three and a
resented the immortality that comes with
Laura (entrancing newcomer Dafne Keen) both an action star and an actor, bringing half stars out of four.

Working with one chop at a time, sprin- clean the pan. Dump off the water and wipe

1/2 cup finely chopped parsley
6 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, kle it generously on both sides with water. out the skillet. Repeat the procedure with
divided Place the chop in a large re-sealable bag or the remaining chops and the remaining oil.
2 tablespoons minced shallot between two sheets of plastic wrap and Transfer the chops to the platter and let
Continued from page 19 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice pound the chop using either a meat pounder them rest for 3 minutes before serving. Add
2 teaspoons fresh lemon zest or a rolling pin until it is 1/4-inch thick. any juices from the platter to the herb mix-
them in a 400 F oven until golden. 1 teaspoon minced garlic Repeat the procedure with the remaining ture.
1/2 teaspoon salt chops. Pat them all dry. To serve, transfer two chops to each of
SEARED LAMB CHOPS Eight trimmed, Frenched rib chops (about In a large skillet heat half the remaining four plates and top each portion with a
WITH MINT HERB SAUCE 2 ounces each) oil over high heat. Season half the chops heaping spoonful of the mint herb sauce.
Start to finish: 40 minutes. Black pepper with salt and pepper on both sides and add Nutrition information per serving: 515
Servings: 4 In a small bowl combine the mint, pars- them to the pan. Saute until nicely browned, calories; 424 calories from fat; 47 g fat (13
For the sauce: ley, 3 tablespoons of the olive oil, shallot, about 1 minute a side. Transfer to a platter g saturated; 1 g transfats); 71 mg choles-
1/2 cup finely chopped mint lemon juice, lemon zest, garlic and salt; set and keep covered loosely with foil. Pour off terol; 380 mg sodium; 3 g carbohydrate; 1 g
aside. the fat, add 1/4 cup water and simmer to fiber; 20 g protein.

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Meatballs a hearty dish
for a late-winter dinner
By Sara Moulton Pinch off a little bit of the meat mixture,
form it into a patty and in a small skillet
saute it until it is cooked through. Taste and
After the Mona Lisa, Italy’s most beloved add more salt and pepper, if desired. Scoop
and enduring gift to world culture might be out the mixture, preferably using a 1-ounce
the meatball. But talk to any two Italian ice cream scoop and roll into balls. (If you
cooks about which ingredients actually don’t have an ice cream scoop, roll the meat
comprise a meatball and you’re going to get into walnut-size balls.) Chill for 30 min-
an argument. Fine. I took this contentious- utes.
ness as a license to concoct a meatball In a large skillet heat half the oil over
recipe of my own using the best tips from medium-high heat. Toss half the meatballs
Italian friends and colleagues. in the flour, shaking off the excess and add
them to the hot oil. Reduce the heat to medi-
Let’s start with the meat in this meatball.
um and cook the meatballs, shaking the pan
Ideally, it should be an equal mix of beef, and turning them gently until they are
pork and veal, allowing each one to con- browned on several sides. Transfer them to a
tribute its own unique flavor and texture. If paper towel-lined plate. Repeat the proce-
you can’t find ground veal at your supermar- dure with the remaining flour, oil and meat-
ket, opt for the meatloaf mix, which con- balls.
tains all three meats. If there’s no ground Add the wine to the skillet and simmer it,
veal and no meatloaf mix, you’ll be fine scraping up the brown bits, until it is
with half pork and half beef. reduced by half. In a large saucepan combine
To amp up the flavor to an even higher the meatballs with the marinara and the
level, I’ve prescribed several umami reduced wine. Bring the liquid just up to a
bombs: prosciutto, Parmigiano-Reggiano boil, turn it down to a simmer and simmer it
and tomato paste. And of course, minced The finishing touch is to simmer the meatballs in the tomato sauce.This process allows for an gently, stirring occasionally, for 20 min-
garlic. exchange of flavors. utes.
Tradition requires meatballs to be cooked
well done, which can make them dry. argument at the table about its delicious- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper SPEEDY MARINARA SAUCE
Accordingly, I’ve combined the meat mix- ness. 3 tablespoons vegetable oil plus extra for
cooking the little patty Makes: About 5 cups
ture with a panade. Panade, a paste made of
breadcrumbs soaked in milk, keeps the meat
BETTER MEATBALLS 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 4 large garlic cloves, smashed
Start to finish: 2 hours, 15 minutes (1 1/2 cup red wine 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
juicy as the meatballs cook. 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
hour, 15 minutes active) Marinara Sauce (recipe below) or 5 cups
Of course, when you make meatballs, you 2 (28-ounce) cans plum tomatoes (prefer-
Servings: 6 store-bought marinara
want them to retain their shape. A raw egg ably fire-roasted), chopped
3/4 cup fresh bread crumbs 1 pound spaghetti
helps to bind the ingredients, but you also Kosher salt
1/2 cup whole milk Chopped fresh parsley for garnish
want to be sure to mix them rigorously, In an unheated medium saucepan combine
1/2 pound ground beef (85 percent lean) In the bowl of a stand mixer, soak the
either in a stand mixer or with your hands. the garlic and the oil. Reduce the heat to
1/2 pound ground pork bread crumbs in the milk for 20 minutes.
Refrigerating the meatballs for 30 minutes medium and cook, turning over the garlic
1/2 pound ground veal Add the ground beef, pork, veal, prosciutto,
before sauteing them also helps. several times, until it is just golden, 4 to 6
2 ounces prosciutto, finely chopped Parmigiano-Reggiano, egg, tomato paste,
The finishing touch is to simmer the garlic, salt and pepper, and using a paddle minutes. Add the red pepper flakes and
meatballs in the tomato sauce. This process 2 ounces finely grated Parmigiano-
attachment, beat the mixture for 1 minute or cook, stirring, for 30 seconds. Add the
allows for an exchange of flavors. Indeed, I Reggiano, plus extra for garnish
until it is very well mixed. (Note: If you tomatoes and a hefty pinch of salt, bring to
think of it as a marriage. Both the meatballs 1 large egg a boil, reduce the heat, and cook at a brisk
2 tablespoons tomato paste don’t have a stand mixer, just mix all the
and the sauce benefit greatly. ingredients well with your hands for about 3 simmer until the sauce is reduced to about 5
This hearty dish is tailor-made for a blus- 2 teaspoons minced garlic cups, 20 to 25 minutes. Discard the garlic.
3/4 teaspoon kosher salt minutes.)
tery late-winter dinner. There won’t be much Season with salt to taste.

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purchase or a temporary easement, o f t h e p ro p ert y t o av o i d del ay s . summer and last through early 2020.  
Fitzpatrick said. “The reason we’re going through this There is enough right-of-way in the area
This week, the board authorized attorneys process is because we have to protect the to allow it to construct elevated tracks adja-
Continued from page 1 to proceed with three eminent domain project schedule, ” said Gary Cardona, cent to the existing tracks, which will
claims along El Camino Real. Aside from SamTrans’ senior real estate officer. “We’re enable it to continue service throughout
the permanent Bohannon acquisition, hopeful we get a resolution, but we need to most of construction, said Caltrain’s
[with the project,]” said Brian Fitzpatrick, SamTrans is seeking temporary easements protect the project schedule.” Project Manager Rafael Bolon.
SamTrans’ manager of real estate and prop- for staging construction equipment includ- The last time eminent domain had to be
erty development. “We’ve made them an Although nothing has been determined,
ing 7,788 square feet at Bohannon’s proper- used was during the grade separation project this area may be considered for passing
offer, the offer we’ve given them is reflec- ty; 2,118 square feet at a trustee-owned in San Bruno, he said.
tive of the fair-market value for the proper- tracks should the state’s high-speed rail
property where Michaels Arts and Crafts is ever come to fruition.
ty and Bohannon doesn’t agree with that located; as well as 1,004 square feet where Construction and design
and would like us to move forward with a Once Caltrain’s new tracks are in place,
Big 5 Sporting Goods is located by 28th The $180 million San Mateo project, along with a new Hillsdale Caltrain station
third party to adjudicate that value.” Avenue, which is owned by two limited lia-
SamTrans, which is part of the overarch- generally known as the 25th Avenue Grade relocated further north toward 28th Avenue
bility companies, according to SamTrans Separation Project, is funded by a combina- on the elevated platform, crews will pick up
ing San Mateo County Transit District, has staff reports.      
eminent domain authority and is moving on tion of local, city, state and high-speed rail the existing tracks and be able to move
behalf of Caltrain, which does not. On The prices offered to each of the property funds. Various communities continue to them over within a weekend, Bolon
Wednesday, the SamTrans Board of owners was not disclosed, although seek their own grade separation projects, explained.
Directors voted to declare it necessary to Fitzpatrick noted once papers are filed with although funding is an issue for many. After the tracks are finalized, the streets
secure the land and directed attorneys to the court or a settlement is made, more The project has been touted as critical to will be lowered where necessary and new
commence eminent domain proceedings. information would be publicly available. improving safety by eliminating at-grade crossings for vehicles, pedestrians and
“We started the process. There’s numerous An independent appraiser provided a fair- crossings, reducing gate downtimes, and bicyclists can be completed, he said.
opportunities to negotiate settlements and market property valuation for each parcel enhancing east-west connectivity between Construction will include holes for the
we’re always ready, willing and able to talk and SamTrans was required to submit those the new massive mixed-use Bay Meadows future infrastructure required to hold up elec-
legitimate settlement,” Fitzpatrick said. as offers, Fitzpatrick said. development and west of El Camino Real. trification equipment — a massive project
Bohannon, which is in the midst of a mas- The owners disagreed with the valuation “There should be better traffic circulation for which Caltrain supporters were disap-
sive redevelopment project across the street and the next steps were to begin eminent in the area; it opens it up for bike and pedes- pointed to hear federal officials have
at the shopping center, did not wish to com- domain. If agreements aren’t made, juries trian traffic as well,” said Brad Underwood, delayed a decision on whether to issue a
ment on the matter.  could be asked to determine how much the San Mateo’s Public Works director. “It’s $647 million grant until the president out-
Bohannon’s property isn’t the only one properties are worth. very important to the city, very important lines his budget.
SamTrans is going after, although it’s the Th at l eav es t h e fi n al p ri ce o f t h e p ro j - to the Bay Meadows development and we’re Some have suggested Caltrain’s grant was
only permanent acquisition that hasn’t been ect s o mewh at up i n t h e ai r, b ut looking forward to getting that project delayed due to California Republicans who
settled. In total, there were about 10 proper- SamTran s o ffi ci al s n o t ed emi n en t going.” felt electrification was too closely tied to
ties that required officials to negotiate for do mai n al l o ws t h em t o t ak e p o s s es s i o n Construction is anticipated to begin this the state’s controversial high-speed rail. 

has offered to set aside 14 of the units at an public meeting.” The proposal at Bayswater Avenue is one
affordable rate in exchange for allowing Those interested in examining details of of Burlingame’s largest residential devel-
additional density. A former auto shop and the project are invited to visit the opments up for review currently, alongside
five single-family homes sit on the land Planning Department in City Hall, he the wellness community proposed by the
Continued from page 1 slated for redevelopment. added. Peninsula Healthcare District.
Pilarczyk noted the application is still Gardiner said Burlingame officials have Should it gain approval as proposed, the
across 1. 2 acres at the intersection of in its formative stages, and is yet to be for- encouraged the developer to meet with sur- Bayswater Avenue development would be
Bayswater Avenue and Myrtle Road. mally vetted by city officials. He said it is rounding residents to discuss the project. the largest in Burlingame since the 290-
The project, only blocks from the too early to tell when it may first go before Such a sentiment resonated with neighbor- unit apartment and townhome development
Burlingame Caltrain station, conforms a city commission for public review. hood resident Jennifer Pfaff, who also to be built by SummerHill Housing Group
with the city’s downtown building regula- “We are still looking at the entire proj- called for the applicant to collect perspec- along Carolan Avenue was approved by
tions and stands to offer benefits tradition- ect, and it is so early with the initial con- tives from those living nearby. officials in 2015.
ally associated with transit-oriented devel- cept, that whole process will have to be “They should hold community meetings The only other sizable proposed devel-
opment, said the developer. determined,” he said of the formal vetting with the area immediately impacted,” she opments recognized by the city are around
“The effect of having high-density hous- process. said. 20 units on El Camino Real and another at
ing near a transit line is important to con- Burlingame Planning Manager Kevin For his part, Pilarczyk said the develop- Douglas Avenue. Relatively near the pro-
trol significant impacts on infrastructure,” Gardiner said he favored waiting for the er is planning to host such meetings to posed development, but just across the San
said Mark Pilarczyk, Fore Property plans to be more thoroughly reviewed by gather feedback from the Burlingame com- Mateo border, is the 888 N. San Mateo
Company’s vice president of Northern city staff before addressing the project’s munity. Drive development at Peninsula Avenue
California. merits. “We always look to have an open process that is just over 200,000 square feet and
The proposal offers 40 studios, 65 one- “We only just received the submittal for to work with the public and the city to has 155 units.
bedroom units and 35 two-bedroom units this project a few weeks ago and it has not make a project that is a win-win for every- With the Bayswater Avenue development
comprising a total of nearly 130, 000 finished its first round of plan checks, and body,” he said. still in its early stages, Pilarcyzk said he
square feet of livable space with 192 park- it hasn’t been seen by the Planning Pilarczyk’s company has completed 87 looks forward to gathering input on the
ing spaces plus amenities including a gym, Commission yet,” he said in an email. apartment developments across the coun- proposal.
community room and roof deck at 920 “There could be changes based on plan try, primarily on the West and East coasts, “This is still a very long project,” he
Bayswater Ave. check comments, but it’s still too early to including seven projects in California, the said. “There is a long way to go and a lot of
At maximum height, the project is pro- tell. Also there hasn’t been an opportunity closest of which is a 200-unit project in feedback that has to be heard. This is just
posed to reach 45 feet, and the developer for the project to be seen by the public in a Fresno, according to its website. the initial submittal to the city.”
als and families and it’s devastating,”
Calendar he said.
For Cole, though the county’s cost
FRIDAY, MARCH 3 Makeovers. 11 a.m. South San Continued from page 1 of investing in an existing building
Elder and Dependent Adult Francisco Main Library, 840 W. may be higher than it would be with a
Abuse Seminar. 7:30 a.m. 6650 Golf Orange Ave., South San Francisco. new development, it’s hard to put a
Course Drive, Burlingame. $15 with Participants must register by calling able housing stock.
breakfast. For more information 829-3860. For more information number on the value of affording resi-
contact 787-5595. email valle@plsinfo.org.
The transfer of ownership for the dents predictability in their housing
Atherton Court Apartments along situations. Cole said a number of resi-
‘Women’s View — 2017’ art exhib- Asian Ar t Museum: Tomb Highway 101 on Rolison Road just
it. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 400 County Treasures. 2 p.m. South San dents already receiving county servic-
Center at the Hall of Justice, Francisco Main Library, 840 W. north of Marsh Road marks a step in a es currently live in the Atherton Court
Redwood City. Exhibit is open Orange Ave., South San Francisco. new direction for Foster City-based Apartments, and knowing they can
Monday through Friday through For more information email
April 28. For more information valle@plsinfor.org. MidPen Housing, which has developed stay there will allow them to make the
email boriskoodrin@gmail.com. or rehabilitated hundreds of affordable most of them.
Teen Documentary Filmmak ing housing communities across the Bay
Building a Winning Resume. 9 Workshop. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Belmont Franklin said his nonprofit hopes to
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 330 Twin Dolphin Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Area. MidPen Housing President Matt
Drive, Redwood Shores. Learn how Belmont. Sign up in advance by call- Franklin said the pressure rising rents begin work on a complete rehabilita-
to get the attention of recruiters ing 591-8286. For more information Acquiring an existing building to tion of the property in early 2018 once
with a cover letter and resume. For email belmont@smcl.org. have put on the current climate means
more information contact those working to protect affordable protect residents at risk for displace- MidPen is able to secure funds from a
phase2careers.org@gmail.com. Small Town Vibes Rap and R&B
housing have to be nimble. ment is a strategy the nonprofit is test- set of financing programs. Both
Concert. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Vibe
Kidz in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South Teen Center, 670 Shell Blvd., Foster “I think the first impact is stabili- ing with San Mateo County, which Franklin and Cole alluded to the
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. City. Free concert. For more infor-
ty,” he said. “We think some of the res- Franklin said is leading the charge in important roles partnerships between
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. mation visit facebook.com/selfde- finding new ways to maintain and a variety of agencies and a knowledge
For more information email terminationrecords. idents [there] are vulnerable economi-
valle@plsinfor.org. cally. We’re going to bring some sus- increase affordable housing on the of the network of funding mechanisms
Murder Mystery Dinner Peninsula. play in making building and rehabili-
Lunchtime Knitters. Noon. South Fundraiser. 5 p.m. South San tainability and predictability to that.”
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Francisco Scavenger Co. 500 E. Franklin said it’s not uncommon for For Kenneth Cole, director of the tating affordable projects possible.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Jamie Court, South San Francisco. San Mateo County Department of Cole is excited to see the benefits of
For more information email $45 by Feb. 21. $50 by Feb. 28. residents to see a 15 percent to 25 per-
valle@plsinfor.org. Please RSVP with payment by Feb. cent increase in rent when new owners Housing, MidPen’s Atherton Court preserving affordable homes take
acquire a rental property, which often- Apartments purchase is the perfect shape, and also to see how this project
Winning the Interview. 1 p.m. to example of the kind of approach the
3:30 p.m. 330 Twin Dolphin Drive, Night at the Races. 6 p.m. 251 City times sends residents who cannot expands the tools available to the
Redwood Shores. Learn how to Park Way, San Bruno. Re-live the afford the higher rents to other neigh- county hopes to support in the future. county in preserving affordable hous-
effectively communicate brand and Tanforan Park Race Track by attend- The county loaned MidPen $5.9 mil-
accomplishments with interview- ing Night at the Races — Racing to borhoods, counties or even states for ing.
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email valle@plsinfor.org. housing options for residents, they are impacts,” he said. “We wish we had a
San Francisco Banjo Band. 6:30 often slowed by the high costs of pur- “The thing that we face when we lose lot more dollars to put in with this
Step into Spring. 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Molloy’s Tavern, a building is displacement of individu-
p.m. Municipal Services Building, 33 1655 Mission, Colma. For more chasing land. kind of activity.”
Arroyo Drive, South San Francisco. information call 544-3623.
Soroptimist International presents

an evening of entertainment, silent An Intimate Evening of Magic and help his wife achieve her dream. the now-bustling street.
auction and refreshments to raise Mystery with Magical Nathaniel.
7 p.m. Dragon Theatre, 2120 “We have hundreds if not thousands “We had to start from scratch,” he
money for empowering women.
Tickets are $25. For more informa- Broadway, Redwood City. Don’t miss of [recipe] books at home,” he said. said.
tion call 588-0661. Magical Nathaniel’s family-friendly And Tatiana Sommer has gotten her The Sommers have continued to run
one-man show. Doors open at 6:30 Continued from page 1
Free First Fridays. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. p.m. For more information or tickets chance to share her curiosity about a lean operation, with Tatiana
2200 Broadway, Redwood City. The visit dragonmagic.brownpapertick- traditional dishes with Peninsula din- Sommer running the kitchen and just
San Mateo County History Museum ets.com. offering strictly Russian cuisine in
continues ‘Free First Fridays,’ where
ers for the past two decades. She has four employees assisting Vladimir
not only is admission free, but pre- SUNDAY, MARCH 5 the Bay Area are in San Francisco or re-createad kotlety pozharskie, a Sommer with customers in the restau-
school children will be invited to Summer Camp Expo: A Parent’s San Jose, leaving the Russian Family
Guide to Kid’s Summertime Fun. 200-year-old recipe for chicken pat- rant. Decreasing unemployment rates
learn Irish traditions, and at 2 p.m., Restaurant in a good place to bring
museum docents will lead museum
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hillsdale Shopping ties with mashed potatoes, beets, in the Peninsula have been good for
Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. For Russian flavors to life.
tours for adults. For more informa- more information visit peas and carrots. This year, she looks business, but has made it difficult for
tion visit historysmc.org. hillsdale.com. Vladimir Sommer, who has lived in forward to making her own them to pay a larger team. This means
Step into Spring — 12th Annual. the Bay Area for over 50 years, said dumplings, the only item on the the Sommers can be seen washing
Summer Camp Expo: A Parent’s
5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. South San Guide to Kid’s Summertime Fun. more Russian restaurants dotted the menu the Sommers buy from another dishes or cleaning the restaurant at
Francisco Municipal Services 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hillsdale Shopping Peninsula in the ’60s and ’70s. Since
Building, 33 Arroyo Drive, South San Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. For
store and prepare at their restaurant. the end of the day.
Francisco. Tickets are $25. For more more information visit hillsdale.com.
then, he said, immigration patterns The two opened their first restau- “Nobody escapes the clean up,” he
information visit www.soroptimist- have changed, increasing the diversi-
northsanmateocounty.org. rant 20 years ago, and previously said.
Master Gardener Plant Clinic. ty of the diners who come to the
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Kohl Pump operated the Russian Family This fall, the Sommers will be cele-
Sanchez Art Center Exhibits. 7 House, San Mateo Central Park, 101 Sommers’ restaurant to explore Restaurant in San Bruno for some 12 brating their fifth anniversary in
p.m. to 9 p.m. 1220B Linda Mar
Blvd., Pacifica. Featuring exhibits
Ninth Ave., San Mateo. Free. For more Russian cuisine. years. In 2012, they relocated the Redwood City. To celebrate, they are
information visit
from Helge Ternsten, the Art Guild ucanr.org/sites/MGsSMSF. Tatiana Sommer, 65, came to the restaurant to 2086 Broadway in updating their menu with items they
of Pacifica and high school students United States 25 years ago with a
and Skyline College faculty. For Spring Fairy Garden Workshop. 1
Redwood City, where they turned a have tried out as specials.
more information contact 355- p.m. to 3 p.m. Kohl Pump House, San
dream t o t urn h er h o b b y i n t o a printing shop into a family dining With the little spare time they
1894. Mateo Central Park, 101 Ninth Ave., restaurant. The daughter of a single room accented with warm wood tones have, the two go on small trips they
San Mateo. Reservations required. mother, she taught herself how to
SATURDAY, MARCH 4 For more information or to register and bright colors and patterns adorn- can fit in a two-day window, looking
Anne Lamott: The Journey of call 579-0536 ext. 3. mak e co un t l es s Rus s i an di s h es , ing tables set for small groups. for someplace where the telephones
Motherhood Across Generations. collecting recipe books as inspira-
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 471 Lagunita ‘Rumors.’ 2 p.m. 1285 E. Hillsdale Vladimir Sommer said the couple has don’t work, Vladimir Sommer said.
Drive, Stanford. Anne Lamott speaks Blvd., Foster City. Hillbarn Theatre t i o n fo r n ew p ro j ect s . On ce lived in Redwood City for the past 20 “With this economy, we can’t take
at the 13th Mother’s Symposium. celebrates the coming of spring with Vladimir Sommer, 75, retired from
For more information visit moth- Neil Simon’s classic farce, ‘Rumors.’
years, and saw promise in the off more than two days,” he said. “We
erssymposium.org. Show runs through March 19;
h i s 2 9 -y ear career wi t h Un i t ed Broadway storefront five years ago, are always here when the restaurant is
Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Airlines, he decided it was time to even when few restaurants occupied open.”
Three Secrets to Speak ing Sundays at 2 p.m. $45 adults and $20
Success. 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. San students. For more information call
Mateo Beresford Recreation Center, 349-6411.
2720 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
Mateo. Registration is required. $28 Crossing Lines Meeting. 2:30 p.m.
for residents and $34 for non-resi- to 5 p.m. Martin Luther King Jr.
dents. For more information call Community Center. 725 Monte
522-7490. Diablo Ave., San Mateo. RSVP is
required by calling 574-8303 by Feb.
Docent-Led Wildflower Walk. 10 22.
a.m. 6 Old Stage Coach Road,
Emerald Hills. Every Saturday and MONDAY, MARCH 6
Sunday at 10 a.m. through June 4. Women in Action Breakfast
Walks are moderate, 3 miles and Seminar. 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Poplar
last until approximately 1 p.m. For Restaurant, 1700 Coyote Point Drive,
more information visit friend- San Mateo. Come for breakfast, a
sofedgewood.org or call (866) 463- keynote presentation featuring U.S.
3439. Rep. Jackie Speier and opportunity
for women to build business rela-
B eautify Central Park ’s Rose tionships. Admission is $25. For
Garden. 10 a.m. to noon. Kohl more information call 401-2441.
Pump House, San Mateo Central
Park, 101 Ninth Ave., San Mateo. Nostril Breathing and Meditation.
Bring gloves. For more information 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. 1000 E. Hillsdale
call 579-0536 ext. 3. Blvd., Foster City. Learn how to med-
itate and recharge your energy
Jane Austen Society Display. 10 through breathing practice, to
a.m. to 5 p.m. San Mateo Public improve concentration, find inner
Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. calm and reduce mental stress. For
Event runs through April 29. For more information call 574-4842.
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Lip Reading. 1 p.m. 1455 Madison
Antiques and More Third Ave., Redwood City. Ellen Matsam
Anniversary Open House. 11 a.m. will be giving a presentation on lip
to 6 p.m. 1148 El Camino Real, San reading. Refreshments will be
Carlos. Featuring special anniver- served. For more information call
sary sales. Also on March 5. For 345-4551.
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The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- GUAVUS, Inc. in San Mateo, CA seeks STATEMENT #272312
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than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- Support – Global Delivery Service). JOURNALISM as: PM Shift Recordings, 273 Sunshine
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errors not materially affecting the value search, updates of our ongoing fea- dress. The business is conducted by an
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- (UAT), and maintenance of proprietary
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Attn: HR, 1800 Gateway Drive, Ste. 160, eight hours a week for at least four
San Mateo, CA 94404. Must ref job code This statement was filed with the Asses-
months. The internship is unpaid, but sor-County Clerk on 2/6/2017. (Publish-
110 Employment 72121 to be considered. intelligent, aggressive and talented in- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
terns have progressed in time into 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17).
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Owner: Natalie Chu, 1327 Loyola Dr.,
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2 years experience NEEDED ply, you should familiarize yourself trants commenced to trans act business
Up to $15 per hour. Company Car. with our publication. Our Web site:
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on all assignments. LOOKINg: 94063. Mail resume. Ref job #ME127.
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17).
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This position will provide valuable SOFTWARE ENgINEER: Design and no, 403 Promenade Lane, Redwood
develop test frameworks used by other FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
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CISCO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: /s/Paul Giordano/
Susana Perez Varela, same address. This statement was filed with the Asses-
The business is conducted by an Individ- sor-County Clerk on 2/15/2017. (Publish-
ual. The registrants commenced to trans ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
act business under the FBN on N/A. 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17).
/s/Susana Perez Varela/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/13/2017. (Publish- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, STATEMENT #272194
2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17). The following person is doing business
as: Healthy Grains Bakery, 151 Fifth
Ave., REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Registered Owner: Olivia Perez Negron
3 ! . & 2 ! . # ) 3 # / ! ) 2 0 / 2 4 s 7 !4 % 2 & 2 / . 4 STATEMENT #272354 Galvan, 1643 Kentfield Ave., Redwood
The following person is doing business City, CA 94061. The business is con-
as: Autokraft, 609 California Drive, BUR- ducted by an Individual. The registrants

. / 7( ) 2 ) . ' LINGAME, CA 94010. Registered Own-
er: Autokraft Automotive, LLC, CA. The
business is conducted by a Limited Lia-
commenced to trans act business under
the FBN on January 29, 2017.
/s/Olivia Perez Negron Galvan/
bility Company. The registrants com- This statement was filed with the Asses-
menced to trans act business under the
O P E N P O S ITI O N S sor-County Clerk on 1/27/2017. (Publish-
Complete Senior Living & The Abigail FBN on N/A.
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tDishwasher This statement was filed with the Asses- 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17).

NOW HIRING! tJanitor
sor-County Clerk on 2/8/2017. (Publish-
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tPT Banquet Houseperson The following person is doing business

Immediate Openings tPT Busperson AM
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1534 Plaza Lane, BURLINGAME, CA
94010. Registered Owner: TD Real Es-

We welcome applicants in San Mateo & Redwood City tRestaurant Manager as: Branching Out Solar, 293 Avalon
tate, CA. The business is conducted by
a Corporation. The registrants com-
Caregivers – Live Out – All Shifts & On-Call tRestaurant Server 94080. Registered Owner: David Wer-
theimer, same address. The business is
menced to trans act business under the
FBN on N/A..
conducted by an Individual. The regis- /s/Ton Dang/
Redwood City – Kitchen Prep San Mateo – Caregiver trants commenced to trans act business This statement was filed with the Asses-
under the FBN on 2/8/2017.
Evenings Part Time – 9:30pm-6am tSupervisor – Cook /s/David Wertheimer/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/1/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Redwood City – Caregiver Part Time – 2pm-6pm sor-County Clerk on 2/8/2017. (Publish-
2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17).
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as: Artists 4 Equality, 723 S Humboldt
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Redwood City & San Mateo – 150 Anza Boulevard as: Baby Buckle, 1683 Rosita Road, PA- Registered Owner: Wendy Golden, same
CIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Owner: address. The business is conducted by
Handyman Teresa A. Morrow, same address. The
Burlingame, CA 94010 business is conducted by an Individual.
an Individual. The registrants com-
menced to trans act business under the
The registrants commenced to transact FBN on N/A.
completeseniorliving@yahoo.com business under the FBN on 1/27/17. /s/Wendy Golden/
EOE, Division of Labor Standard Wage Order 5 A P P LY O N LI N E /s/Teresa A. Morrow/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 2/14/2017. (Publish-
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ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business CASE# 17CIV00839
as: Rosey Skye, 836 Park Ave, MOSS as: 626 Music Group Global, PO Box SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
94080. Registered Owner: JRobert Val- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
Patricia Lauritzen, same address. The REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
business is conducted by an Individual. lecorse, same address. The business is
conducted by an Individual. The regis- PETITION OF
The registrants commenced to transact Christine Marie Cornejo
business under the FBN on 10/01/2016. trants commenced to trans act business
under the FBN on Oct. 1, 2016. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
/s/Patricia Lauritzen/ /s/Robert Vallecorse/ Petitioner: Christine Marie Cornejo filed a
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- petition with this court for a decree
sor-County Clerk on 2/6/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/24/2017. (Publish- changing name as follows:
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Present name: Christine Marie Cornejo
2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). Proposed Name: Missy Marie Cornejo
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear be-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME fore this court at the hearing indicated
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
The following person is doing business tition for change of name should not be
The following person is doing business granted. Any person objecting to the
as: El Bernoussi Trucking, 2901 S. El as: VIP Beauty, 1828 El Camino Real name changes described above must file Over the hedge Over the hedge Over the hedge
Camino Real #105, SAN MATEO, CA #804, Burlingame, CA 94030. Regis- a written objection that includes the rea-
94403. Registered Owner: Aissa El Alla- tered Owner: Yan He, 1321 Lasuen sons for the objection at least two court
li, same address. The business is con- Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030. The business days before the matter is scheduled to
ducted by an Individual. The registrants is conducted by an Individual. The regis- be heard and must appear at the hearing
commenced to trans act business under trants commenced to trans act business to show cause why the petition should
the FBN on N/A. under the FBN on N/A. not be granted. If no written objection is
/s/Aissa El Allali/ /s/Yan He/ timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
sor-County Clerk on 2/21/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 3/1/2017. (Publish- petition shall be held on 4/13/17 at 9
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
2/24/17, 3/4/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
STATEMENT #272508 STATEMENT #272573 ing on the petition in the following news-
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business paper of general circulation:
as: New Era Trucking, 426 C St., COL- San Mateo Daily Journal
as: In2itive Design, 464 Miller Ave. #14, MA, CA 94014. Registered Owner: Mi- Filed: 3/1/2017
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. guel Portillo, 533 Commercial Ave., /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
Registered Owner: Pouneh France, South San Francisco, CA 94080. The Judge of the Superior Court
same address. The business is conduct- business is conducted by an Individual. Dated: 2/28/2017
ed by an Individual. The registrants The registrants commenced to trans act (Published 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 210 Lost & Found 297 Bicycles 303 Electronics
commenced to trans act business under business under the FBN on N/A. 3/24/17).
the FBN on 2/22/2017. /s/Miguel Angel Portillo/ LOST - MY COLLAPSIBLE music stand, ChILD’S BICYCLE in good condition. ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma-
/s/Pouneh France/ This statement was filed with the Asses- clip lights, and music in black bags were $30. (650)355-5189 chine s never used for small bus. $95
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 2/22/2017. (Publish- taken from my car in Foster City and may (650)992-4544.
sor-County Clerk on 2/22/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, have been thrown out by disappointed
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). ORDER TO ShOW CAUSE FOR
thieves. Please call (650)704-3595 298 Collectibles ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma-
2/24/17, 3/4/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17). chine s never used for small bus. $95
CASE# 17CIv00400 1920'S AqUA Glass Beaded Flapper (650)992-4544.
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, LOST - Woman’s diamond ring. Lost
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #272289 12/18. Broadway, Redwood City. Flapper Collar. $50. (650)762-6048 BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re-
STATEMENT #272453 The following person is doing business 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, ceiver with Detachable Face asking
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 REWARD! (650)339-2410
The following person is doing business as: Homestead Living, 768 McDonell 1940 vINTAgE telephone bench maple $100. (650)593-4490
as: wink & a smile designs, 348 N El Ca- Drive, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA PETITION OF
Erin Michelle Campbell LOST CAT Our Felicity, weighs 7 lbs, antiques collectibles $75 (650)755-9833
mino Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. 94080. Registered Owners: 1)April she has a white nose, mouth, chin, all BULOvA WINDUP Travel clocks.Vin-
Bruce, same address 2)John Roddy, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star tage. Set of eight. $99. gene (650)421-
Registered Owner: Laurie Ann Glatt, Petitioner: Erin Michelle Campbell a peti- four legs, chest stomach, around her
same address. The business is conduct- same address. The business is conduct- neck. Black mask/ears, back, tail. Nice Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian, 5469
ed by a General Partnershipl. The regis- tion with this court for a decree changing space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518-
ed by an Individual. The registrants name as follows: REWARD. Please email us at
commenced to trans act business under trants commenced to trans act business joandbill@msn.com or call 650-576- 6614 COMPLETE COLOR photo developer –
under the FBN on 02/03/2017. Present name: Erin Michelle Campbell Besler Enlarger, Color Head, trays, photo
the FBN on N/A. Proposed Name: Caleb Carter Campbell 8745. She drinks water out of her paws.
/s/April Bruce/ LENNOX RED Rose, Unused, hand tools $50/ (650)921-1996
/s/Laurie A. Glatt/ This statement was filed with the Asses- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
This statement was filed with the Asses- interested in this matter shall appear be- $12.00. (650) 578 9208. IPhONE 5 Morphie Juice Pack with
sor-County Clerk on 2/3/2017. (Publish- fore this court at the hearing indicated LOST CAT. Black and White. Black
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, charger, Originally $100, now $85.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, below to show cause, if any, why the pe- patch on right eye. REWARD. MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good (650)766-2679
3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). tition for change of name should not be Call (323) 439-7713.
2/24/17, 3/4/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17). $59 call (650)218-6528
granted. Any person objecting to the KINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME name changes described above must file Books RENO SILvER LEgACY Casino four incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME a written objection that includes the rea- rare memorabilia items, casino key, two
STATEMENT #272597 sons for the objection at least two court
STATEMENT #272591 The following person is doing business qUALITY BOOKS used and rare. World coins, small charm. $95. (650)676-0974 LEFT-hAND ERgONOMIC keyboard
The following person is doing business days before the matter is scheduled to with 'A-shape' key layout Num pad, $20
as: 1)KW 2)Keller Williams 3)Keller Wil- be heard and must appear at the hearing & US History and classic American nov-
as: Integral Chiropractic, 951 Edgewater els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 SChILLER hIPPIE poster, linen, Sparta (650)204-0587
liams Realty 4)Keller Williams Bay Area to show cause why the petition should graphics 1968. Mint condition. $600.00.
Blvd. Suite B, SAN MATEO, CA 94404. Living 5)KWBAL 6)Keller Williams Com- not be granted. If no written objection is (650)701-0276 MOTOROLA BRAvO MB 520 (android
Registered Owner: Wilson-Wu Chiro- mercial 7)KW Commercial, 628 El Cami- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- 294 Baby Stuff 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
practic, Inc., CA. The business is con- no Real, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. tion without a hearing. A hearing on the card Belmont (650)595-8855
ducted by a Corporation. The registrants Registered Owner: TCGSC, CA. The petition shall be held on 3/16/17 at 9 FIShER-PRICE hEALThY Care booster 299 Computers
commenced to trans act business under business is conducted by a Corporation. a.m., Dept. PJ, Room 2D, at 400 County seat - $5 (650)592-5864. NEW hP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex-
the FBN on 3-12-2012. The registrants commenced to trans act Center, Redwood City, CA 94063. A KOgI 15 inch computer monitor. Model tra cartridges- $50. Call (650)345-1234
business under the FBN on N/A. L5QX. $25. PH(650)592-5864.
/s/Rebecca Nichols/
/s/Heidemarie Maierhofer/
copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
be published at least once each week for
296 Appliances ONKYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 3/1/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses- four successive weeks prior to the date RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 3/1/2017. (Publish- set for hearing on the petition in the fol- excellent condition $20.00 (650)596-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, lowing newspaper of general circulation: (650) 578 9208
3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). 0513 OPTIMUS h36 ST5800 Tower Speaker
3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). San Mateo Daily Journal
Filed: 2/2/2017 36x10x11 $30. (650)580-6324
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ AIR CONDITIONER 10000 BTU w/re- 300 Toys
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG ORIgINAL AM/FM 1967/68 Honda Ra-
STATEMENT #272288 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Judge of the Superior Court 2 STORY dollhouse w/ furniture 24 x 24
Dated: 2/1/2017 brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- dio for $50. (650)593-4490
The following person is doing business STATEMENT #272604 0898 good condition $50. joe (650)573-5269
The following person is doing business (Published 2/10/17, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, PIONEER hOUSE Speakers, pair. 15
as: Radiant Life Mastery, 768 McDonell 3/3/17).
as: Top Notch Home Improvements and AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000 3-STORY BARBIE Dollhouse with spiral inch 3-way, black with screens. Work
Dr., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA Consulting, 629 Mystic Lane, SAN MA-
94080. Registered Owner: John Patrick BTU, Commercial Cool model staircase and elevator. $60. (650)558- great. $99.(650)243-8198
TEO, CA 94404. Registered Owner: CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- 8142
Roddy, same address. The business is Leon H. D’Aquino, same address. The SAMSUNg FLAT TV 20" ex.co.incl.
conducted by an Individual. The regis- sories plus remote included.
business is conducted by an Individual. 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $345. ALLOYED LINOTYPE (BNH ~18) for VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544
trants commenced to trans act business
under the FBN on N/A.
The registrants commenced to trans act 210 Lost & Found (650)345-1835 casting miniature/board-game figurines.
SONY Dhg-hDD250 DVR and program-
business under the FBN on N/A. 10#, $10 (650) 591-4553
/s/John Patrick Roddy/ /s/Leon H. D’Aquino FOUND: KEYS at Westwood Park in ChEFMATE TOASTER oven, brand able remote.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to new, bakes, broils, toasts, adjustable LARgE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each Record OTA. Clock set issues $99
sor-County Clerk on 2/3/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 3/2/2017. (Publish- claim (650)714-8893 temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 (650)595-8855
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). ChEFMATE TOASTER oven, brand STAR WARS – one 4” orange card ac- SONY PROJECTION TV 48" with re-
LOST SMALL gray and green Parrot. tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- mote good condition $99 (650)345-1111
Redwood Shores. (650)207-2303. new, bakes, broils, toasts, adjustable
temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614
vINTAgE g.E. radio, model c-430-a
STAR WARS SDCC Stormtrooper $60. (650)421-5469
CIRRUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4
new extra cleaning pads,user manual. Commander $29 OBO Dan,
vINTAgE g.E. radio, model c-442c $60.

The Future $45. (650)588-5487 (650)303-3568 lv msg
COLEMAN LXE Roadtrip Grill - 302 Antiques vINTAgE g.E. radio, model c1470 $60.
Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 (650)421-5469
(650)918-9847 ANTIqUE BUFFET Cabinet, with 2 large
of local news content ELECTRIC STOvE From Sears
Excellent Condition $225
drawers w/skeleton key, needs refinish-
ing. $700/obo.. ANTIqUE ChINA cabi-
net, with doors and legs, dark wood..
vINTAgE zENITh radio, model L516b
$75. (650)421-5469

Please Call (650)244-9267 $500/obo. (650)952-5049 304 Furniture
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries – The local community EUREKA BRAvO II Upright Vacuum
ANTIqUE ITALIAN lamp 18” high, $70 ANTIqUE DININg table for six people
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of Cleaner, Micron Filter System, Model
7683 $20. 650-952-3500 (650)387-4002 with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
the newspaper industry. gOOD MICROWAvE 1100 watt $40 Da-
BEAUTIFUL AND UNIqUE Victorian ANTIqUE gLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood.
Side Sewing Table, All original. Rose- Excellent Condition. $450.
ly City (415) 231-4825. wood. Carved. EXCELLENT CONDI- (650)888-2662
TION! $350. (650)815-8999.
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of JACK LALANE'S power juicer. $40.
Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. ANTIqUE MAhOgANY Bookcase. Four
MAhOgANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk,
SF Peninsula seeks an entreprenuerial marketing solutions including print advertising, 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
elled glass, $400. (650)766-3024
Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, UPRIghT vACUUM Cleaner, $10. Call ANTIqUE MAhOgANY double bed with
Ed, (415)298-0645 South San Francisco adjustable steelframe $225.00. OBO.
OLD vINTAgE Wooden “Sea Captains
and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media WhIRLPOOL WAShER DRYER, GE Tool Chest” 35 x 16 x 16, $65
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the Refrigerator all working and in good con- (650)591-3313
BEIgE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. (650) 315-2319
team for an immediate opening. industry continues its evolution and our paper STORE FRONT display cabinet, From
WhIRLPOOL. HIGH Efficiency Washer. 1930, marble base. 72” long x 40” tallx BRAND NEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in
continues its upward trajectory. White. Like new. Top load. $250.00. 21” deep. Asking $500. (650)341-1306
box $45. (415)231-4825.
You must be community-minded, action- (650)483-9226
oriented, customer-focused, and without fail, a Experience with print advertising and online 303 Electronics ChAIRS 2 Blue Good Condition $50
297 Bicycles OBO (650)345-5644
self starter. You will be responsible for sales marketing a plus. But we will consider a 46” MITSUBIShI Projector TV, great COAT/hAT STAND, solid wood, for your
ADULT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- condition. $400. (650)261-1541.
and account management activities associated candidate with little or no sales experience as loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 mountain cabin/house. $50. (650)520-
with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits: COMPUTER SWIvEL CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
chrome legs, 29”x48” like new $30 (650)
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, $89, light-weight, compact, sturdy love-
seat (415)775-0141
Join us, if you check off on these qualities and also believe in the future of newspapers. Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons,
CUSTOM MADE wood sewing storage
Please email your resume to ads@smdailyjournal.com Notice of Public Sales and More. cabinet perfect condition $75. (650)483-
A cover letter with your views on the newspaper industry would also be helpful.
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. CUSTOM MADE wood sewing storage
cabinet perfect condition $75. (650)483-
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 1222

Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com DINETTE TABLE with Chrome Legs: 36"
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
x58" (with one leaf 11 1/2") - $50.
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304 Furniture 306 housewares
DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. BRASS FIREPLACE screen $30.
(650) 756-9516.Daly City. (650)348-2306

DININg ROOM table – Good Condition ChRISTMAS TREE China, Fairfield
$90.00 or best offer ( 650)-780-0193 Peace on Earth. Complete Set of 12 (48
pieces) $75. (650)493-5026
DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for
$75. Good condition; good for children. COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
Call (650)678-8585 Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
20-pieces in original box, never used.
DRESSER- ART Deco. 54”wide 34” tall $250 per box (3 boxes available).

Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle
22”deep. $150. (650)888-2662. (650)342-5630
DRESSER- vICTORIAN. 35” tall opened, in wood box, great gift $30.
48”wide 22” deep. W/ mirror 34”x42” (650)578-9208.
$450. (650)888-2662.
SMOKE ALARMS with batteries $4 650-
DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass. 595-3933
Top 51” tall 36” deep 14” wide $150.
Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis (650)888-2662. SOLID TEAK floor model 16 wine rack

with turntable $60. (650)592-7483
DRUM TABLE - brown, perfect condi-
tion, nice design, with storage, $45., 308 Tools
33 __-rock music 51 Bit of baby talk (650)345-1111
1 Outdo 1 Muddles 35 Cheese go-with 52 Tiptoes, say ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50. BOSTITCh 16 gage Finish nailer Model
SB 664FN $99 (650)359-9269
5 So far 2 Family name in 36 Dead-ball __: 54 Backseat driver, Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
CRAFTSMAN 10" Mitre Saw $25
11 “Happy Valley” Jane Austen’s early baseball e.g. ESPRESSO TABLE 30” square, 40” tall, (650)595-3933
airer “Persuasion” period 55 Spiner of “Star $95 (650)375-8021 CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
14 Joie de vivre 3 Hand 37 Judge’s address Trek: T.N.G.” gLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
lent condition. $100 650-345-5644 CRAFTSMAN RADIAL SAW, with cabi-
15 Ethically 4 Explosive stuff 39 Prefix with scope 56 Buenos __ LAWN ChAIRS (4) White, plastic, $8. net stand, $200 Cash Only, (650)851-
indifferent 5 Lake straddling a 40 Sandwich and 57 Mongol sovereign each, (415)346-6038 1045

16 Spat ending Western border Salisbury VIPs 58 Increase, with “up” LEAThER SOFA, black, excellent condi- CRAFTSMEN 3 saw blades $20. new.
tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533
17 Dart 6 Tag Heuer 43 As company 62 Hack LIvINg ROOM table 36"x19" exc condi- DELTA CABINET SAW with overrun ta-
18 No Clue competitor 46 Jazz pianist Evans 63 “ER” setting tion $30.(415) 231-4825. ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993

20 Friction reducer 7 Sorrow 48 Play grounds? 64 Play about LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow LEAF BLOWER electric 7.5 amps brand
new 30.00 joe, (650)573-5269
floral $99. (650)574-4021
21 Benin neighbor 8 “Entourage” 50 Disappear Capote

NEW DELUXE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- ROUTER TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new
22 Most Rwandans agent Gold ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must (650)573-5269
Sell! (650) 875-8159.
23 No Clue 9 Sea follower? ShOPSMITh MARK V 50th Anniversary
most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame
27 Snowboard 10 Hebrew God $30.00 (650) 347-2356 (650)504-0585
feature 11 Infantry OAK CLAW foot coffee table, needs vINTAgE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
28 Brass band equipment carrier OAK SIX SHELF Book Case 6FT 4FT vINTAgE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
sounds 12 Color on le $55 (650)458-8280 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
31 Money in drapeau français OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding vINTAgE ShOPSMITh and BAND
SAW, good shape. $500/obo. Call
Miyazaki 13 Animated film
legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost
$130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141 (650)342-6993
33 Free org. for law primarily set in
students Radiator Springs OUTDOOR WOOD SCREEN - new $80
obo Retail $130 (650)873-8167
34 Rob Roy, for one 309 Office Equipment
19 Some heels PAPASAN ChAIRS (2) -with cushions
35 “Whatevs” 21 Laid-back $45. each set, (650)347-8061 NEAT RECEIPTS Mobile Scanner new
in box $79, call (650)324-8416
38 No Clue 24 V-J __ RECLINER ChAIR blue tweed clean
good $75 Call (650)583-3515 310 Misc. For Sale
41 Poet inspired by 25 Taiwanese tea RECLININg SWIvEL chair almost new "MOThER-IN-LAW TONgUES" plants,
the Battle of drink $99 (650)766-4858 3 in 5-gal cans. $10.00 each. (650)593-
Baltimore 26 Quicken product ROCKINg ChAIR fine light, oak condi- 7408
tion with pads, $85/OBO. (650)369-9762
42 Trapezoid 29 Plot device? 500-600 BIg Band-era 78's--most mint,
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
ROCKINg ChAIRS solid wood, great
measure 30 Bachelor pad, shape asking 30 dollars each. Call 8 TRACKS, billy Joel, Zeppelin, Eagles
44 Brooklyn pro perhaps
(650)574-4582 Lily ,Commodores, more.40 @ $4 each , call
45 Droop 32 Raphael or
RUMMY ROYAL poker table top $30.00
(650)573-5269 ChRISTMAS TREE, 7.5’ Oregon pine,
47 Home of the “All- Leonardo, in 1225 tips, hooked construction with

ShELF RUBBER maid new $20.00

stand. Used once. $49. (415)650-6407
Natural Burger” fiction contact joe (650)573-5269
49 Bobby who lost SOFA PROTECTOR for Lounging Pets.
blaster. New. Older model.#32000. In-
Washable polyester. Non-slide. Brown
to Billie Jean in tweed. Excellent condition. $89. 650-
cludes 5 lb. Quartz Abrasive Sand. $450.
the Battle of the 260-0057
Sexes TEAK-vENEER COMPUTER desk with condition $50 (650)878-9542
single drawer and stacked shelves. $30
53 No Clue obo. (650)465-2344 gAME "BEAT ThE EXPERTS" never
used $8., (408)249-3858
57 Riksbank ThOMASvILLE BEvELED mirror 22" x INCUBATOR, $99, (650)678-5133
currency 12" $50. Call (650)834-4833
LARgE BLACK Ciao Luggage 26"
59 Flower from the WALNUT ChEST, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
w/wheels, Good Condition $35 (650)952-
Greek for
WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x LIONEL ChRISTMAS Boxcars 2005,
“rainbow” 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368-
60 “Lenore” poet WOOD FURNITURE- one end table and
coffee table. In good condition. $30
61 No Clue OBO. (760)996-0767.
LIONEL ChRISTMAS Holiday expan-
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
64 When repeated,
an “Animal
House” chant
65 Latin trio word
66 Epoch when
67 Swindle
68 Its debut Apr.
1971 broadcast
covered Senate
hearings on the
Vietnam War
69 Periods of growth
70 Area 51
phenomena ... or
By Alex Eaton-Salners
what five puzzle
©2017 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
answers are?
28 Friday • March. 3, 2017 THE DAILY JOURNAL

310 Misc. For Sale 316 Clothes 318 Sports Equipment garage Sales 620 Automobiles 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and BLOCh Black Boost Dance Sneakers KASTLE 190CM Xcountry skis+poles ‘89 gOLD WING. 1500 CC. 39K miles.
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 S0539L Good Condition $20 (650)952-
$29 650-595-3933 Don’t lose money Call Joe (650)578-8357

RMT ChRISTMAS Diesel train and Ca-
3500 gARAgE SALES on a trade-in or ALPINE STAR motocross boots Tech 8s
boose. Rare. New OB $99 (650)368- BOY SCOUT canvas belt with Boy Scout KAYAK 12' sit on top 2 storage compart- ESTATE SALES consignment! size 14 good cond. $75. (650)345-5642
7537 Buckle. Vintage. Fair condition. $5. ments baby blue must see $99.00 john
(650)588-0842 (650)483-8152 Make money, make room! BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit Sell your vehicle in the (650) 995-0003
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. FAUX FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
$60. (650)328-6709 color in excellent condition 3/4 LADIES MCgREgOR Golf Clubs List your upcoming Daily Journal’s
length $50 (650)692-8012 Right handed with covers and pull cart garage sale, Auto Classifieds. mounting hardware and other parts $35.
SILK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
$150 o.b.o. (650)344-3104 Call (650)670-2888
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
LADIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL, moving sale, Just $45
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
MEN'S CALLAWAY Rain Jacket XL . estate sale, We’ll run it 645 Boats
UNIDEN hARLEY Davidson Gas Tank LEAThER JACKET, New Black Italian
phone. $100 or best offer (650)863-8485 style, size M Ladies $45 (650) 875-1708
Mint Condition worn only a few times. yard sale, ‘til you sell it! 16 FT SEA RAY. I/B. $1,200. Needs Up-
$50 650-208-5758 rummage sale, holstery. Call (650)898-5732.
vASE WITh flowers 2 piece good for the LOUIS vUITTON monogram leather
Holidays, $25., (650) 867-2720 clutch/computer carry case 10.25x13.5. MEN'S ROSSIgNOL Skis. $95.00, clearance sale, or Reach 83,450 drivers 2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat,
Inside zipper $95. (650)591-6596
vINTAgE WhITE Punch Bowl/Serving good condition, (650)341-0282. whatever sale you from South SF to excellend condition. $5,500. Call
Bowl Set with 10 cups plus one extra (650)347-2559
$30. (650)873-8167
MAN'S BLACK leather jacket, size 40,
NEW WEIgh bench With 200lbs, plus have... Palo Alto
like new. $85.00 (650)593-1780
WAgON WhEEL Wooden, original from MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new,
free weights. $50. (510)943-9221.San Call (650)344-5200 650 Rvs
Colorado farm. 34”x34” very good rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 Mateo. Reach over 83,450 readers ads@smdailyjournal.com
“aged” condition $200 San Bruno (650) 578-9208 from South San Francisco vion, 25’ with sideout. 4000 miles. Mer-
(650)588-1946 POWER PLUS Exercise Machine $99 to Palo Alto. cedes Benz Sprinter chassis,. diesel,
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Around the world
Malaysia releases North
Korean held in deadly chemical attack
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Malaysian police on
Friday released the only North Korean it had detained in the
killing of the half brother of North Korea’s leader, as it con-
demned the use of a banned nerve agent in the attack and
vowed to bring the perpetrators to justice.
Ri Jong Chol, who had been detained since Feb. 17, four
days after Kim Jong Nam’s death, was handed over to immi-
gration officials for deportation. Police never said what
they had thought his role had been in the attack, but nation-
al police chief Khalid Abu Bakar confirmed Friday that Ri
was released due to a lack of evidence against him.
Malaysian Attorney General Mohamad Apandi Ali has
said that Ri would be deported because he didn’t have any
valid travel documents.
Two women — one Indonesian, one Vietnamese — have
been charged with murdering Kim at an airport terminal
Feb. 13. They were caught on grainy surveillance video
smearing what Malaysian authorities say was VX nerve
agent on his face and eyes, though both reportedly say they
were duped into thinking they were playing a harmless

Kremlin: Sessions controversy
an impediment to new relations
MOSCOW — The intense attention being given to the
REUTERS FILE PHOTO new U.S. attorney general’s meetings with Russia’s ambas-
Marine Le Pen, French National Front political party leader and Member of the European Parliament, attends a debate at the sador could obstruct improved Washington-Moscow rela-
European Parliament in Strasbourg, France. tions, the spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin
said Thursday.

EU Parliament lifts Marine Le Pen The spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters he did not
know about the meetings last year between Ambassador
Sergei Kislyak and Jeff Sessions, who at that time was a
immunity over gruesome tweets U. S. senator. Sessions also was a policy adviser to
President Donald Trump’s campaign.
News of the two meetings has added fuel to the controver-
By Samuel Petrequin to show the difference between the two denounce and fight Islamist fundamen-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS groups but the effort backfired, drawing talism and those who want to hide the sy over whether Russia was improperly involved with
widespread condemnation. atrocities,” Rachline said. Trump’s campaign. It spurred calls in Congress for Sessions
PARIS — The European Parliament Le Pen took down the tweet showing The lifting of Le Pen’s immunity to recuse himself from an investigation into alleged
voted Thursday to lift the immunity the killing of Foley after his family does not relate to another corruption Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election.
from prosecution for French far-right protested, but left up another image of case centered on her aide at the
leader Marine Le Pen for tweeting grue- violence by Islamic State extremists. European Parliament, who is suspected
some images of Islamic State violence, Under French law, publishing vio- of being paid from EU money while
a crime that carries up to three years in lent images can be punished by up to working on her party’s behalf. Le Pen’s
prison in France. three years in jail and a fine of 75,000 chief of staff, Catherine Griset, was
The legislature voted by a broad euros ($78,800). handed a preliminary charge of receiv-
majority in Brussels to clear the way Before the vote, Le Pen on Thursday ing money through a breach of trust.
for the possible prosecution of Le Pen defended her tweets, saying she just The campaign to replace France’s
over tweets she made in December wanted to condemn the barbaric prac- unpopular Socialist President Francois
2015 showing executions, including tices of IS, also known as Daesh. Hollande has also been rocked by cor-
the killing of American reporter James “I’m a lawmaker. I’m in my role when ruption allegations targeting another
Foley by Islamic State extremists. I condemn Daesh, this is my role,” she top contender, conservative candidate
French prosecutors in the city of told French TV station LCP. “And if I Francois Fillon.
Nanterre had asked lawmakers to lift don’t fulfill my role, I’m worth noth- Fillon, a former prime minister and
the immunity that Le Pen enjoys as a ing as a lawmaker. Nobody can prevent once the front-runner in France’s two-
member of the European Parliament. a republic’s representative from con- round April-May presidential election,
Le Pen, a leading candidate in this demning Daesh’s acts of violence.” announced Wednesday that he was sum-
year’s French presidential election, Her campaign manager, David moned to appear before judges on
posted her tweets in response to a jour- Rachline, denounced the lawmakers’ March 15 for allegedly using taxpay-
nalist who drew an analogy between actions. ers’ money to pay family members for
her anti-immigration National Front The EU parliament decision “marks jobs that may not have existed. Fillon,
party and IS extremists. She was trying the difference between those who however, vowed to stay in the race.
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