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Weekend • Feb. 24-25, 2018 • XVIII, Edition 161

Genentech, county in tax battle

Property tax disagreement leads to lawsuit, county counsel says deluge of appeals onerous
By Anna Schuessler Genentech is taking ment is part of its business model and
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the county to court has resulted in more than 600 open
to overturn the appeals currently before the board, an
A yearslong dispute over property board’s previous independent review panel.
tax assessments Genentech paid to San decision and seek a “Genentech routinely contests every
Mateo County in the early 2000s refund and related property tax assessment, regardless of
reached a head this month when the interest, according merit, and claims that the actual value
biotech giant filed a lawsuit in San to the suit. County of the property is 50 percent of the
Mateo County Superior Court alleging records show the assessed value,” he said in an email.
it overpaid based on improper valua- John Beiers refunds and interest “No other company doing business in
tions of machinery and equipment over the company is this county does what Genentech
a five-year period, among other seeking for the five tax years totals an does.”
claims. estimated $15.3 million. In San Mateo County, Genentech
Though the debate about how to But County Counsel John Beiers is currently pays the highest amount in
assign value to machinery and equip- calling the claims litigious to the local property tax assessments,
ment and account for its depreciation extreme, noting the company’s prac- according to the Assessor’s Office. In
its lawsuit, the South San Francisco- Genentech is contesting taxes imposed on its land,
has been reviewed by the San Mateo tice of filing assessment appeals or improvements and personal property including machinery
County Assessment Appeals Board, lawsuits for every property tax assess- See GENENTECH, Page 24 and equipment for five years spanning 2000 to 2006.

San Mateo council

priorities take shape
Downtown improvements and easing
traffic top the list for councilmembers
By Anna Schuessler

Though squeezes on regional housing

and transportation still loom large for San
Mateo councilmembers, they are keeping
a focus on easing neighborhood traffic
congestion, improving downtown and
maintaining a strong financial position as
they head into a new budget season. Joe Goethals
Against the backdrop of the city’s
strong finances and a mid-year prediction the city’s total
revenue will exceed budgeted targets by $2.8 million for the
2017-18 fiscal year, councilmembers considered the impact
of the region’s economic growth on San Mateo neighbor-
hoods. Noting serious traffic issues stemming from the
region’s moving economy, Councilman Joe Goethals said
he and others on the council share a concern about how to
balance extended commute times and patterns across the
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL Bay Area with its effect on residential streets.
Joe Simitian, president of the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, visited the San Mateo Main Library this week to share
his experience in three counties in other parts of the nation that supported Donald Trump for president. See COUNCIL, Page 23

Searching for understanding in Trump’s America Billionaire takes beach access

Local politician shares insights from his cross-country tour fight to U.S. Supreme Court
By Anna Schuessler
Poll: Grim outlook on DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

A billionaire investor has asked the

America’s direction If you ask Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian
what was most striking about a cross-country tour of three
U.S. Supreme Court to review a
California’s appeals court that ordered him
counties that supported President Donald Trump in the 2016 to open an access road to a beloved beach.
By Laurie Kellman and Emily Swanson election, he might say it’s all about opportunity, and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Vinod Khosla on Thursday asked the
whether or not Americans in different parts of the country court to let him keep its gates closed to
feel it’s within reach. the public. He says California is using
WASHINGTON — Chester Trahan’s grandchildren are Though Simitian may have had an inkling of the eco-
working, so he’s feeling better about the economy these its coastal protection law to violate his Vinod Khosla
nomic and ideological differences spanning the nation private property rights.
days. But his view of the country’s overall direction is before the contentious presidential election, he said he A San Francisco appeals court ruled in August that
See POLL, Page 8 See TOUR, Page 8 See BEACH, Page 24
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Thought for the Day

“It is the individual who is not interested in his fellow
men who has the greatest difficulties in life and
provides the greatest injury to others. It is from among
such individuals that all human failures spring.”
— Alfred Adler, Austrian psychoanalyst

This Day in History

The U.S. House of Representatives

1868 impeached President Andrew Johnson

by a vote of 126-47 following his
attempted dismissal of Secretary of
War Edwin M. Stanton; Johnson was
later acquitted by the Senate.
In 1 5 8 2 , Pope Gregory XIII issued an edict outlining his
calendar reforms. (The Gregorian Calendar is the calendar in
general use today.)
In 1 7 6 1 , Boston lawyer James Otis Jr. went to court to
argue against “writs of assistance” that allowed British cus-
toms officers to arbitrarily search people’s premises, declar-
ing: “A man’s house is his castle.” (Although Otis lost the
case, his statement provided early inspiration for American
In 1 9 1 8 , Estonia issued its Declaration of Independence.
In 1 9 2 0 , the German Workers Party, which later became
the Nazi Party, met in Munich to adopt its platform.
In 1 9 3 7 , Mexico observed the first holiday honoring its
national flag. Participants ride down a slope during the ‘Battle Sledge’ unusual sleigh festival to mark the Defender of the Fatherland Day,
at Sokolniki park in Moscow, Russia.
In 1 9 4 2 , the SS Struma, a charter ship attempting to carry
nearly 800 Jewish refugees from Romania to British-man- tifiable smell is peanut butter. ***
dated Palestine, was torpedoed by a Soviet submarine in the *** In 1954, Swanson & Sons sold 10 mil-
Black Sea; all but one of the refugees perished. An average yawn lasts about 6 sec- lion TV dinners. After Thanksgiving
In 1 9 5 5 , the Cole Porter musical “Silk Stockings” opened onds. 1953, Swanson had 270 tons of unsold
at the Imperial Theater on Broadway. *** turkey and needed to do something
In 1 9 6 8 , “Fleetwood Mac,” the group’s debut album, was Without looking, can you name the with it. Thus, TV dinners were invent-
released in the United Kingdom on the Blue Horizon label. famous faces on the U.S. penny, nick- ed. The 98-cent meals had turkey, corn
In 1 9 7 5 , the Congressional Budget Office, charged with el, dime, quarter, half-dollar, silver bread dressing, buttered peas and sweet
providing independent analyses of budgetary and economic dollar and $1 gold coin? See answer at potatoes in aluminum trays.
issues, began operating under its first director, Alice Rivlin. end. ***
*** “Virginia is for Lovers” has been the
The minimum wage in the United slogan for Virginia tourism since
Birthdays 1969. The slogan debuted in an ad in

n adult human brain is about 2 States in 1949 was 40 cents per hour.
percent of total body weight. *** “Modern Bride” magazine.
The brain of a goldfish makes “The Hank McCune Show” debuted on ***
up 0.3 percent of its total body weight. NBC in 1950 and ran for three years. It Perennially young Dick Clark (1929-
*** was the first television show to use a 2012) wrote three books on the histo-
Corn was domesticated about 10,000 laugh track. ry of “American Bandstand,” one book
years ago in the highlands of central *** with grooming tips for teens (“Dick
Mexico. Corn, also known as maize, Power steering in cars became com- Clark’s Easygoing Guide to Good
has been found at archeological sites mercially available in 1951. Francis Grooming” 1986), and a book of his
in Mexico. Davis of Massachusetts invented memoirs entitled “Rock, Roll &
Rock singer, Actor Billy Zane is Boxer Floyd *** power steering after working for the Remember!” (1976).
Mayweather Castroville is known as the Artichoke truck division of the Pierce Arrow ***
musician George 52.
Thorogood is 68. Jr. is 41. Capital of the World. In 1947, a young Motor Car Company. Ans wer: The faces on U.S. coins are:
woman named Norma Jean was *** penny -Abraham Lincoln (1809-
Actor-singer Dominic Chianese is 87. Movie composer crowned Castroville’s first Artichoke On Oct. 15, 1952, General Electric cel- 1865), nick el-Thomas Jefferson
Michel Legrand is 86. Opera singer-director Renata Scotto is Queen. She went on to become actress ebrated its 75th anniversary by giving (1743-1826), dime-Frank lin D.
84. Singer Joanie Sommers is 77. Actress Jenny O’Hara is 76. Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962). five shares of stock to any employee Roosev elt (1882-1945), quarter-
Former Sen. Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn., is 76. Actor Barry *** who had a baby on that day. The com- George Washington (1732-1799),
Bostwick is 73. Actor Edward James Olmos is 71. Singer- The footprints left by astronauts on pany guessed there would be 13 births half-dollar-John F. Kennedy (1917-
writer-producer Rupert Holmes is 71. Actress Debra Jo Rupp is the moon will last about 10 million out of the 226, 000 employees. 1963), $1 coin-Susan B. Anthony
67. Actress Helen Shaver is 67. News anchor Paula Zahn is 62. years. However, none of the women on staff (1820-1906), $1 gold coin-Sacagawea
Baseball Hall of Famer Eddie Murray is 62. Country singer *** were under age 17 or over age 65, and it (1786-1812).
Sammy Kershaw is 60. Actor Mark Moses is 60. Actress Beth Dream analysts say that a dream with a was the Baby Boom era. There were
Broderick is 59. Singer Michelle Shocked is 56. Movie direc- doctor in it represents an improvement 189 G.E. babies born that day
*** Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
tor Todd Field is 54. Actress Bonnie Somerville is 44. Jazz in all departments of your life. the weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
*** Meringue is egg whites and sugar
musician Jimmy Greene is 43.Rhythm-and-blues singer Questions? Comments? Email
The most recognized smell in the whipped together until the mixture knowitall(at) or call 344-
Brandon Brown (Mista) is 35. Rock musician Matt McGinley world is coffee. The second most iden- gets stiff.
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(Gym Class Heroes) is 35. Actor Wilson Bethel is 34.


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Prison for teacher convicted of lewd behavior Police reports Lacking drive
By Anna Schuessler prosecution, and said the victims are believed to have been
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Satriano would receive clothed during the interactions in question Someone reported two people sitting in
351 days credit for time and that no nudity was involved. a vehicle for 15 minutes on East Court
served and would be Satriano was arrested April 24 after one of Lane in Foster City, it was reported at
A South San Francisco man convicted of required to register as a the victims told her parents that a male 8:46 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21.
child molestation and using a minor for sex offender for life. teacher at her school wanted her to wear a
sexual pleasure related to his time as a “The parents of these pair of tights, launching an investigation
teacher at the St. Matthew’s Episcopal Day victims had the right to that revealed photographs on Satriano’s FOSTER CITY
School in San Mateo was sentenced to six be incredibly outraged at cellphone he allegedly took of the victims
years in state prison Friday, according to Petty theft. Someone reported that $60
Anthony what this man did,” he dating from Dec. 20 to April 6, according to and miscellaneous medication was taken on
the San Mateo County District Attorney’s said. prosecutors.
Office. Satriano Alma Lane, it was reported at 3:14 p.m.
Steven Chase, School officials previously confirmed Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Prosecutors said an estimated dozen par- Satriano’s defense attorney, said he was dis- Satriano had been a teacher at the school for
ents appeared in court Friday, many of Dri v i ng under the i nfluence. Someone
appointed by the length of Satriano’s less than three years, and is no longer reported a possible drunk driver in the area
whom delivered statements about the impact prison term but found the reasoning behind employed at the school.
of 33-year-old Anthony Satriano’s actions on East Hillsdale Boulevard, it was reported
Judge Donald Ayoob’s sentence to be sound. Wagstaffe said in speaking with some of at 1:06 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21.
during his time at the school, which include “I do believe that he is mortified by what the parents after Satriano’s sentencing
taking inappropriate photos of at least five Pro perty fo r des tructi o n. Someone sub-
he’s done,” Chase said. Friday, many seemed satisfied with the out- mitted ammunition for destruction on
female students ages 5 to 8. Satriano plead- Wagstaffe previously said evidence from come.
ed no contest to his charges Dec. 15, accord- Swordfish Street, it was reported at 11:58
the case did not show skin to skin contact “They believe the system worked and I am a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21.
ing to prosecutors. between Satriano and the five female stu- pleased that the system worked today and
dents ages 5 to 8 he is believed to have pho- Abando ned v ehi cl e. Someone reported
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe com- this predator is removed from our communi-
tographed in lewd positions. Wagstaffe said an abandoned vehicle on Mallard Street and
mended the parents for their support of the ty for years,” he said.
Surfbird Isle, it was reported at 10:23 a.m.
unincorporated San Mateo County on Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Nanny sentenced Local briefs Valentine’s Day has been identified as
for drunk driving, child abuse Gilberto Martin Rodriguez, 53, of San SAN CARLOS
through the fence off Buena Vista Avenue and
A nanny from San Mateo arrested for drunk struck a student before coming to rest near Francisco, by the coroner. Arres t. A San Carlos man was arrested for
driving after hitting an 11-year-old boy at a the school building. The Belmont student The San Mateo County Coroner’s Office driving under the influence of alcohol on San
Belmont elementary was treated at the scene by Belmont Fire said paramedics declared the man dead at 1:08 Carlos Avenue, it was reported at 11:19 p.m.
school in June was sen- Department paramedics, and transported to a a.m. Feb. 14. The cause of death hasn’t been Tuesday, Feb. 13.
tenced to 10 months hospital with injuries that were not life identified yet as the coroner awaits the results Burg l ary . A vehicle was broken into and
county jail and five years threatening, police said previously. of further testing. various items were stolen on Old County
supervised probation At the time of her arrest, Martynova was on San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies found Road, it was reported at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday,
Friday, according to the probation for misdemeanor drunk driving in Rodriguez with injuries on his face and upper
Feb. 13.
San Mateo County 2015. She had been employed as a nanny body, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
The death was ruled as a homicide, accord- Sho pl i fti ng . An unknown person broke
District Attorney’s who had come to the school to pick up anoth-
Office. ing to the Sheriff’s Office. The homicide into an alcohol storage room and stole
er student. Neither Martynova nor an infant $251.04 worth of alcohol on El Camino
Evgeniya Martynova, who was a passenger in the car were hurt, occurred in California State Parks jurisdic-
Evgeniya 64, will not be allowed to tion, and the Sheriff’s Office is helping with Real, it was reported at 8:20 p.m. Monday,
police said previously. Feb. 12.
Martynova take any jobs involving Martynova will receive two days credit for the investigation.
the care of minors during time served and is expected to begin her jail
her five-year probationary period. She plead- term March 10, according to prosecutors.
ed no contest to felony charges of driving Defense attorney Nafiz Ahmed did not
under the influence and child abuse Dec. 4, immediately return a phone call for com-
according to prosecutors. ment.
Martynova previously pleaded not guilty
to charges related to a June 12 incident in Man found murdered
which she allegedly struck a child at
Belmont’s Cipriani Elementary School. at state beach identified
Police and firefighters responded to the scene A man who was found dead at Gray Whale
and found a Toyota Corolla had driven Cove State Beach in the Montara area of

• The San Carl o s Ci ty Co unci l will consider appropriating
an additional $7 million to the Holly Street/Highway 101 inter-
change and pedestrian overcrossing project at its Monday meet-
ing. It will also consider approving a professional services agree-
ment not to exceed $2.56 million or construction management.
The city has obtained more than $20 million in grant funding,
and has requirement of city matching funds totaling $6.42 million.
The project aims to improve access to and from Highway 101 via Holly Street. The coun-
cil meets 7 p.m. Feb. 26 at City Hall, 600 Elm St.
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Fed expects economic gains to prompt gradual rate hikes
By Martin Crutsinger hikes” although he said various sections
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS could be read to support either an expected
three hikes or possibly four hikes this
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve year.
says it expects that the ongoing strength He said that comments in the report that
of the U.S. economy will warrant gradual noted that the labor market was “near or a
increases in interest rates this year, deliver- little beyond” full employment could be a
ing the same steady-as-it-goes message signal that the Fed will boost rates four
under new leader Jerome Powell as it had times this year. But other comments that
provided under Janet Yellen. wage growth remains “moderate” could be
The Fed’s projection on rate hikes came cited to support the view that the Fed was
with the release Friday of its semi-annual sticking with its December projection for
monetary report to Congress. Powell will three rate hikes, he noted.
testify on the report before the House Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist
Financial Services Committee on Tuesday, at MUFG Union Bank in New York, said he
making his first public appearance since believes the overall tone in the report was
taking over as chairman earlier this month. a signal the central bank under Powell is
The report stated that the Fed expects prepared to accelerate rate hikes to four this
steady economic gains will warrant “further year.
gradual increases” in the Fed’s benchmark “The Fed is inching closer to our call for
rate. But it said the rate was likely to them to raise interest rates four times this
remain low enough to stimulate the econo- year as the worry over low inflation has
my over the next two years. REUTERS been moved to the back burner,” Rupkey
Separately, Loretta Mester, president of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell arrives to take the oath of office at the Federal Reserve. said.
the Fed’s Cleveland regional bank, sug- returned to normal and monetary policy ... has been mentioned as a possible candidate The Fed’s key policy rate is currently in a
gested that the central bank should embark is normalizing,” Mester said in remarks to to be the Fed’s next vice chairman, come as range of 1.25 percent to 1.5 percent. The
this year on a review of its operating strate- a conference in New York sponsored by the various private economists have also sug- Fed raised rates three times last year with
gies. The Fed seeks to manage interest rates University of Chicago Booth School of gested that now might be a good time to the last hike occurring in December. The
to promote maximum employment and sta- Business. “This suggests to me that it may review how the Fed seeks to achieve its Fed had pushed the rate to a record low near
ble prices, which it defines as inflation ris- be appropriate later this year to begin an policy goals. zero in December 2008 as it struggled to
ing at an annual rate of 2 percent. assessment of our current monetary policy Sal Guatieri, senior economist at BMO contain a severe financial crisis and the
“After coming through the financial cri- framework and alternatives.” Capital Markets, said Friday’s monetary deepest economic downturn since the Great
sis and Great Recession, the economy has The comments by Mester, whose name report was “in line with further gradual rate Recession of the 1930s.

Lunar New Year events this weekend Local brief Obituary

Dragons will be dancing, paraders will be

Chinese New Year Parade, is scheduled to
Richard Brandt Huisman
parading and onlookers will be enjoying a
take place Saturday. August 10, 1947 – November 25, 2017
variety of events in San Francisco and
Redwood City celebrating the Lunar New On Saturday, the San Francisco Richard Huisman passed away peacefully at home with
Year. Symphony will hold a Lunar New Year con- his adoring wife Joanna at his side on November 25, 2017.
The Lunar New Year started Feb. 16 and cert at 3 p.m. at Davies Symphony Hall as Richard, also known as Rick N6DQ, to his ham radio buddies
this year is the Year of the Dog. Redwood well as a post-concert dinner. The family and as Ryk Houseman to his acting friends, was a fun guy with
City’s eighth annual Lunar New Year event draws on ancient and contemporary a sharp intellect. If you can envision a confident, good-looking
Celebration will take place at Courthouse Asian traditions. man with a bright smile on roller stakes wearing skinny jeans
Square 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. There The culminating event will be the and a Hawaiian shirt, then you might have known Rick.
will be lion dancers, martial artists, taiko Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, Richard was a graduate of Purdue University in
drummers and other live performances with Parade Saturday, named one of the top 10 1970 with a degree in electrical engineering. He relocated to Southern California
free admission to the San Mateo County parades in the world by the International in 1976 with his family to pursue his profession and worked for several companies
History Museum, with arts and crafts for Festivals & Events Association. including Rockwell.
children. With floats, costumes, lions, firecrackers After winning his first health battle with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 1980,
The Miss Chinatown USA Pageant was and the newly crowned Miss Chinatown Richard charged ahead in life with renewed vigor. He jumped into community theater
held Thursday night and the biggest San USA, the parade begins at 5:15 p.m. at in Southern California and renewed his lifelong passion for ham radio. Life was
Francisco event, the Southwest Airlines Second and Market streets. great and he enjoyed time with his children and roller-skating along the coast in
Huntington Beach. Health issues again emerged in the late 1990s and Richard moved
to Northern California to be near Stanford University Hospital where he underwent a
heart transplant in 2000. Richard and his new heart got along great and he was again
energized to make every day count. Fast-forward to 17 years later and Richard had
two great married children, two beautiful granddaughters, and a new wife 28 year
his junior.
His passion for life was high. His loves included amateur radio, Morse code,
puns, music, singing, acting, electrical engineering, antenna design, Purdue, driving,
Boeing 787s, Starbucks, Pike Place coffee and walking the hills of San Carlos.
Richard was a member of Saint Charles Parish in San Carlos. He sang with the
Symphonic Chorus at Stanford and acted with the Santa Clara Players. Rick was
passionate about ham radio. He obtained his amateur radio license in 1963 and was
proud of never having let it expire. He loved Morse code and thrived on preparing
amateur radio antennas and stations for large events such as Field Day, the California
QSO Party and Pacificon.
Health issues however, would strike a third time in 2016, when he was diagnosed
with an inoperable Glioblastoma brain tumor. With his loving wife, dedicated sister,
supportive children and grandchildren at his side, he continued to live everyday with
passion, a smile and determination.
Richard is survived by his wife Joanna Dilley, his sister Nancy Handel, his daughter
Sharon Chappell and his son Mark Huisman. Services have been held.

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e n l o - At h e rt o n Hi g h named to the dean’s list at the
Scho o l ’s drama club will Uni v ers i ty o f Oreg o n.
present “Jo s eph and the ***
Amaz i n g Te c h n i c o l o r Dre am Ri c h ard Gre e n , of San Mateo,
Co at, ” at the school’s performing Cary n Aus e n h us , of South San
arts center. Francisco and Jus ti n Weav er, of San
The show begins Friday, March 16, Carlos, were named to the dean’s list
and will run through the weekend with at Wheato n Co l l eg e
another series of shows beginning the ***
following Friday. All shows begin at 7 Barbara Mac hado , of Pacifica,
p.m., barring the Sunday matinees, was part of the Uni v ers i ty o f San
which begin at 2 p.m. Di eg o ’s winning tax team, which
Tickets are $10 for students and sen- earned first place in the Fantax ti c
iors and $14 for adults. Visit madra- case study competition designed to for more information. educate and prepare students for a
*** career in business. Each team member
The Hi l l s dal e Hi g h S c h o o l Ticket prices jump by $2 at the door. won $2,000, with the university win-
drama club is presenting “The Li o n, All shows begin 7 p.m., barring the ning $10,000.
The Wi tch and the Wardro be, ” at Sunday, March 11, matinee which
the school’s little theater, from begins 2 p. m. Visit San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who is recovering from
Thursday, March 8, through the fol- for more informa- Class notes is a column dedicated to school
news. It is compiled by education reporter severe brain injuries received when he was beaten at an L.A.
lowing Sunday. tion. Austin Walsh. You can contact him at (650) Dodgers game in 2011, spoke to students last week at Serra
Tickets are $15 for adults, and $10 *** 344-5200, ext. 105 or at austin@smdai- High School in San Mateo about the detrimental effects of
for students and seniors in advance. Al ex Ag ui rre, of San Carlos, was bullying.

Daniel (Dan) DeBiagio Humane Society.

Daniel (Dan) DeBiagio died Feb. 20, William Christopher Spremich
2018, surrounded by his family. Marta Martinelli William Christopher Spremich,
He was 70. Marta Martinelli died Feb. 18, 2018,
Survived by his born Oct. 27, 1949, died Feb. 19,
at the age of 85 surrounded by her fam- 2018, died peace-
wife Sharon ily in Sacramento,
O’Toole DeBiagio, fully early Monday
California. morning surrounded
two daughters She worked as a
Danielle DeBiagio by his family.
nurse at Southern He lived life with
and Deana Sevigny Pacific (Harkness)
and his two grand- a “joie de vivre”
and Peninsula that was admired by
children, Genevieve Hospitals for 37
and Jacqueline everyone he met.
years. She lived in Bill was a native
Sevigny, with his sister Diane Millbrae for 48
DeBiagio and her children Austin and San Franciscan
years. where he lived before making his
Haley Navarro.  Marta is preceded by her husband
A retired Teamster with many home in San Mateo where he and his
Robert Jean Martinelli and her sister wife Maria raised their four children
favorite pastimes. Loved to grocery Delfa Pardini. She is survived by her
shop, cook, duck hunt, coach his com- Addie, Christian, Lovie and Alyse.
Come discover your munity girls’ soccer and girls’ softball
son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Bill was a Renaissance man with many
leadership potential! teams. Enjoyed his longtime friends,
Mary Martinelli of Sacramento and talents and skills. He was a ballet
daughter and son-in-law, Lisa and John dancer in his 20s and later a stationary
cousins and members of the Italian Furr of Truckee. Marta has six grand-
Athletic Club in San Mateo. He was a engineer by trade, achieving the title
7th & 8th Grade special, caring person and people
gained a unique experience from meet-
children Danielle Martinelli, Marilyn
(Maren) Christie, Joshua Furr, Lauren
of chief engineer at Kaiser Hospital in
South San Francisco. He was also a
Leadership Summit ing or working with him.
Family and friends may visit after 4
Martinelli, Julian Martinelli and Ella
Martinelli. She has three great-grand-
children Leo Horton, Genevieve
handyman by necessity at home and
stage manager for the South San
p.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27, at Francisco Civic Ballet where he
March 1, 2018 the Chapel of the Highlands, El
Horton, Giuliana Christie, and was
waiting for the arrival of her fourth
worked cheerfully alongside his wife
3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Camino Real at 194 Millwood Drive
in Millbrae, with a vigil service
great-grandchild, Charlotte Furr. “Bill’s effervescent spirit will be
E DA A rosary service will be in missed by all those he touched.”
Notre Dame Belmont beginning at 7 p.m. A funeral mass


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Belmont, CA 94002 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at

Wednesday, Feb. 28, at Saint Robert


650.595.9504 Capitol Ave. A Catholic mass will be
Catholic Church in San Bruno. Sneider & Sullivan & O’Connell’s,
11 a.m. Friday, March 2, at Our Lady of
Committal will follow at Holy Cross San Mateo. Funeral mass will be 11
Angel Church, 1721 Hillside Drive,
Catholic Cemetery in Colma. Burlingame. a. m. Monday, Feb. 26, St.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be Due to Marta’s love for animals, the Bartholomew Catholic Church in San
made at in memory of Terry family requests that any bequests be Mateo. Inurnment at St. John
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Trump: Arm teachers; they love kids as others don’teven though the administration has yet to
By Ken Thomas and Jill Colvin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS deliver a firm plan to Congress.
As for arming teachers, Trump said, the
U.S. needs “people that can take care of our
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump
children” in schools. “A security guard does-
told conservatives Friday that even Second
n’t know the children, doesn’t love the chil-
Amendment supporters can get behind steps
dren. This man standing outside of the
to fight gun violence in schools, offering a
school the other day doesn’t love the chil-
red-meat call for arming teachers and sug-
dren, probably doesn’t know the children.
gesting they would be more likely to protect
The teachers love their children. They love
students than a security guard who “doesn’t
their pupils.”
love the children.”
His comments drew a rebuke from a top
Trump said the armed officer who failed to teachers’ union leader. “Denigrating the
confront the gunman in last week’s school work of campus security guards is reprehen-
shooting in Parkland, Florida, was either a sible,” said National Education Association
“coward” or “didn’t react properly under President Lily Eskelsen Garcma.
pressure.” Trump got pushback, too, from Florida’s
“He was not a credit to law enforcement,” Broward County, where last week’s shoot-
Trump told the Conservative Political ings took place. Said Superintendent Robert
Action Conference. Runcie: “I am totally against arming teach-
Trump tailored his talking points Friday ers. They have a challenging job as it is.”
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ers are and why they voted for him following nity felt among workers in towns where a the questions they ask and insights he gains

Continued from page 1
a contentious presidential election drove
Simitian to find out for himself, so he took
to the roads with a keen interest in visiting
bachelor’s degree is a rarity, noting a con-
versation with North Carolina man who told
him his wages have dropped 45 percent from
from the conversations surface in each one.
He has noticed many wish they could take a
similar type of trip in search of answers to
counties that had historically voted for what they were more than 15 years ago, when what they felt was a baffling election.
Democratic presidential candidates but he held a good-paying job at a textile facto- Simitian has also seen how the hundreds of
became even more aware of the perceived dif- flipped to support Trump in 2016. In meet- ry. conversations he’s had since began his
ferences have divided the country after more ing with local Republican leaders, attending “In 2016, there were a lot of folks who felt cross-country visits in 2017 have shaped
than 100 conversations with teachers, labor minor league baseball games and visiting they had nothing left to lose,” said Simitian. how he approaches his own work. He said he
leaders, hotel clerks and college students and farmers’ markets to meet locals, Simitian “He knew the month, the hour, the day when thinks more about parts of California and the
others in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and said he was struck by how anxious people his life turned upside down. I couldn’t vote country that are not experiencing the eco-
Michigan. were to share their perspectives with some- for what for me would be the same old, same nomic prosperity felt in Silicon Valley, and
“Here in the Bay Area we live and work in a one from another part of the country. old.” spends more time thinking about how job
bubble in a bubble in a bubble,” he said. “We “Basically, I just invited myself to town,” Acknowledging the economic hardships training opportunities and the passage of a
have to confront and conquer what I think is he said. “It was really that simple.” residents in these counties also took on federal infrastructure bill could boost the
a very hard truth, which is that for too many other forms, such as mental health issues and number of opportunities available to resi-
Americans that opportunity has left town.” Against his expectations, Simitian said he drug use, Simitian said he saw how deeply
heard little about terrorism, health care poli- dents of those areas.
The former state senator said he embarked rooted their challenges were. He added many,
on the journey to grasp what happened dur- cy, social issues and immigration when he including one man who told him the false In response to questions about how
ing the 2016 election and originally didn’t spent a week in Robeson County in North hope Trump’s campaign promises offered Peninsula residents could bridge the per-
plan on holding public events to share what Carolina, Cambria County in Pennsylvania was better than no hope, didn’t think gov- ceived gap between the country’s coasts,
he learned from it. But interest from commu- and Macomb County in Michigan. But he ernment programs had much of an effect on Simitian encouraged them to listen and write
nity groups in hearing about his experience said he did sense a deep skepticism from their situations and expressed their frustra- letters to their elected officials or otherwise
brought him to Bay Area senior centers and some regarding Hillary Clinton’s candidacy tion with their options when they voted in involved in the political process to under-
libraries as far south as Gilroy and as far as well as whether the national Democratic 2016. stand how Trump’s candidacy spoke to so
north as San Mateo, drawing hundreds of res- Party’s values fit with local politics, even in “They were just determined,” he said. many with legitimate, yearslong grievances.
idents at a time in some venues. places where Democrats are elected to local “[They were saying] if after 40 years you Noting the warm welcome he received by
In sharing insights from his travels, offices. people in government haven’t done any- others with different views from his own,
Simitian aimed to help Peninsula residents Simitian said he met several voters who thing then you can’t be surprised that we Simitian invited others to join the conversa-
gain a better understanding of the factors said the national Democratic Party’s focus on decided to shake it up.” tion.
shaping the decisions of those who voted for messages of inclusion toward immigrants Acknowledging that the reactions to his “That desperation to be heard gives me
Trump at a gathering at the San Mateo Main felt irrelevant to their own struggles to make experiences that he’s received from Bay Area some hope,” he said. “Without listening or
Library Wednesday. ends meet. But what offered perhaps the most residents have varied from place to place, understanding, I really don’t think we have a
Questions swirling around who Trump vot- clarity for Simitian was the loss of opportu- Simitian said many commonalities among chance.”

America under Trump — the economy is head- California, 67, a quality assurance manager at cally low but solid, with about 35 percent of

Continued from page 1
ed in a better direction than the country over-
all — is widely shared. A majority in a new
poll, 52 percent, say they think the country’s
an aerospace company who was forced to
work at a security job for a year. “But recent
events would point toward things getting
Americans saying they approve of how
Trump is handling his job overall. Nearly
two-thirds disapprove.
direction has worsened over the last year, and worse. ... It’s a lot of violence in the news. A Yet 45 percent say they approve of Trump’s
only 28 percent are optimistic that things lot of violence in the country. A lot of natural handling of the economy. That’s higher than
pretty grim, darkened by what he sees as a will get better in the year to come. disasters.” the 34 percent who approve of how he’s han-
surge in racism and violence fueled by Despite that gloomy outlook, Americans Can-do optimism has been a feature of dling foreign policy and 37 percent who say
President Donald Trump. are more likely to see the national economy American culture since the nation’s founding. the same of Trump’s handling of immigra-
“He stimulated it. Those people were as having improved rather than worsened in But the poll suggests it’s been challenged in tion. Even among Democrats, just 8 percent
always there, but he gave them a voice,” said the past 12 months, 39 percent to 24 percent, the 13 months since Trump took office, amid of whom say they approve of how Trump is
Trahan, a 78-year-old retiree from Palm according to a survey released Friday by the devastating mass shootings, a deadly race handling his job overall, 21 percent say they
Coast, Florida. He’s not about to give Trump Associated Press-NORC Center for Public riot in Charlottesville, Virginia, record-set- approve of his handling of the economy.
credit even for the good stuff. “I don’t think Affairs Research. Another 36 percent said ting hurricanes and Trump’s volatile White Among Republicans, three-quarters approve
he’s really done anything to help the econo- they don’t see much difference. House. Not contributing to a sense of safety overall while 82 percent back his perform-
my out. It’s been doing pretty well for “Well, I hold a job again,” said Republican- has been Trump’s feud with North Korea. ance on the economy.
awhile.” Trahan’s conflicted outlook of leaning David Peterson of Torrance, But Trump also has the improving econo- Republicans stand far ahead of Democrats
my in his pocket, low unemployment and a and independents in terms of optimism about
stock market that has only recently begun to how things are going in the country.
wobble. He and the Republican-led Congress For example, 57 percent of Republicans but
scored a major policy victory at the end of just a tenth of Democrats think the direction
2017 by passing tax cuts into law. of the country will improve in the next year.
That’s important to how Americans feel Nearly 7 in 10 Republicans — but just 13 per-
about the lifelong businessman and his pres- cent of Democrats — believe the national
idency. His base of support remains histori- economy is likely to improve.

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Deaths mount in Syria as U.N. Around the world
U.S. tightens sanctions on North Korean shipping
weighs cease-fire resolution WASHINGTON — The Trump administration hit more
than 50 vessels, shipping companies and trade businesses
with sanctions Friday, escalating pres-
By Bassem Mroue sure on North Korea over its nuclear pro-
and Edith M. Lederer gram.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The administration billed it as the
largest installment of North Korean eco-
BEIRUT — Syrian government war- nomic restrictions to date. President
planes carried out a sixth day of Donald Trump went further, declaring in a
airstrikes Friday in the rebel-held sub- speech Friday at the Conservative
urbs east of Damascus, killing 32 peo- Political Action Conference that it was
ple, activists said, as the death toll from “the heaviest sanctions ever imposed on
a week of bombardment soared over Steven
Mnuchin a country before.”
400. At the United Nations, last-minute While the number of companies from
negotiations were underway ahead of an North Korea and other nations was high, the economic
expected vote on a Security Council res- impact is unclear. It was certain to be less than previous
olution demanding a 30-day humanitari- U.S. measures that targeted large banks and business net-
an cease-fire. works in China and Russia that deal with the North.
The new bombings came a day after However, it significantly tightens the noose on North
Syrian army helicopters dropped Korean trading. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told
leaflets over the rebel-controlled areas reporters that the U.S. has now imposed more than 450
of eastern Ghouta, urging residents of sanctions against the North, about half of them in the last
those suburbs to leave for their own
People inspect missile remains in in eastern Ghouta, in Damascus, Syria.
year — including “virtually all their ships that they’re
safety and calling on opposition fight- The Ghouta Media Center, an activist towns east of Damascus. using at this moment in time.”
ers to surrender because they were sur- collective, also reported 32 killed, say- At the White House, U.S. President The United Nations Security Council has imposed three
rounded by government troops. ing the victims included 13 people in Donald Trump blamed Russia, Iran and sets of sanctions on North Korea in the past year to deprive
Opposition activists reported the Damascus suburb of Douma, five in the Syrian government for the recent it of revenue and resources for its nuclear and ballistic mis-
airstrikes and artillery shelling on a Ein Tarma and five in Shiefouniyeh. violence in Syria, calling it a “humani- sile development.
string of towns on the edge of Damascus Syrian state TV reported that insur- tarian disgrace.” His comments came at
or eastern Ghouta.At least 32 people gents fired 70 shells on Damascus, a joint news conference with Australian U.S. weighs Sheldon Adelson
were killed in raids on areas including killing one person and wounding 60 Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Hammouriyeh, Zamalka, Douma and al- others. It said one of the shells hit a U.N. Special Envoy for Syria Staffan offer to fund Jerusalem embassy
Marj, according to the Syrian hospital, damaging its intensive care de Mistura called again for an urgent WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is consider-
Observatory for Human Rights, a unit as well as cars parked nearby. cease-fire to relieve the “appalling suf- ing an offer from Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson
Britain-based group that monitors the The opposition’s Syrian Civil fering” of civilians in eastern Ghouta by to pay for at least part of a new U.S.
civil war through a network of activists Defense rescue group reported new stopping the bombing there and the embassy in Jerusalem, four U.S. officials
in Syria. airstrikes in Douma, Arbeen and other “indiscriminate” shelling of Damascus. told the Associated Press.
Lawyers at the State Department are
Ivanka Trump to push for ‘maximum pressure’ on North Korea looking into the legality of accepting
private donations to cover some or all of
the embassy costs, the officials said. The
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Games. Under of the current mood of rapprochement
cloudy skies, she between the Koreas in seeking denu- discussions are occurring as the adminis-
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — watched her first clearization. tration plans a ribbon-cutting for a
U.S. President Donald Trump’s daugh- event Saturday Sheldon scaled-down, temporary embassy that
ter toured the 2018 Winter Olympics morning — big-air At a closed-door meeting before a Adelson will open in May — more than a year
on Saturday, the morning after telling snowboarding. banquet Friday night at the presiden- ahead of schedule.
South Korea’s president that she will South Korean tial compound, Moon told Trump that In one possible scenario, the administration would solic-
use her visit to the Pyeongchang President Moon Jae- talks on denuclearization and the inter- it contributions not only from Adelson but potentially
Games to advocate maximum pressure in highlighted to Korean dialogue must move forward from other donors in the evangelical Christian and
on North Korea to halt its nuclear pro- side by side, Moon’s press secretary, American Jewish communities, too.
Ivanka Trump Trump how the One official said Adelson, a Las Vegas casino magnate and
gram. Olympics have Yoon Young-chan, told reporters.
Ivanka Trump, who is one of her served as a vehicle for dialogue Trump responded by pushing for joint staunch Israel supporter, had offered to pay the difference
father’s close advisers, is leading the between the two Koreas, and said the efforts by the U.S. and South Korea to between the total cost — expected to run into the hundreds
U.S. delegation at this weekend’s clos- U.S. and South Korea should make use apply maximum pressure on North of millions of dollars — and what the administration is able
ing ceremony for the Pyeongchang Korea, Yoon said. to raise.

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Rally helps stocks end week slightly higher

By Alex Veiga The data center hardware com-
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS pany surged 10.5 percent after it
High: 25,313.91 reported a strong fiscal first quar-
Wall Street capped several days Low: 25,028.73 ter and raised its estimates for the
of choppy trading Friday with a Close: 25,309.99 rest of the year. It also said it
broad rally that gave the stock Change: +347.51 would increase its quarterly divi-
market a modest gain for the week. dend. The stock climbed $1.73 to
Technology companies, banks
S&P 500: 2747.30 +43.34 Its former corporate sibling,
and health care stocks accounted
for much of the market’s gains. NYSE Index: 12,884.11 +172.36 printer and PC maker HP, also
Energy companies also rose along Nasdaq: 7337.39 +127.30 rose. The stock gained 74 cents,
with crude oil prices. NYSE MKT: 2504.58 +14.90 or 3.5 percent, to $22.13 after
The rally came as bond yields Russell 2000: 1549.19 +19.20 HP’s first-quarter earnings and
pulled back for the second day in a Wilshire 5000: 28,410.10 +429.80 revenue surpassed analyst expec-
row after reaching four-year highs tations. Its forecasts for the rest
earlier in the week. That spike on 10-Yr Bond: 2.87 -0.04 of the year were also better than
Wednesday, which sent the 10- Oil (per barrel): 63.57 +0.80 excepted.
year Treasury yield closing in on 3 Gold : 1,330.50 -2.20 Banks and other financials
percent, sent stocks sharply companies also posted solid
lower. Dow Jones industrial average Nasdaq finished with gains of 0.4 Earlier this month, global stock gains. Capital One Financial was
“There was a lot of concern picked up 347.51 points, or 1.4 percent and 1.4 percent, respec- markets, particularly those in the among the big gainers, adding
about what happened if bond percent, to 25, 309. 99. The tively. U. S. , suffered big losses amid $2. 37, or 2. 5 percent, to
yields got above 3 percent, and Nasdaq composite gained 127.30 Bond prices rose. The yield on mounting concerns over the pace $99.04.
that probably added to some of the points, or 1. 8 percent, to the 10-year Treasury note fell to of inflation and Fed policy tight- Vertex Pharmaceuticals led the
jitters earlier this week, ” said 7,337.39. The Russell 2000 index 2.87 percent from 2.92 percent. ening. health care sector’s winners. The
Willie Delwiche, investment of smaller-company stocks rose The yield declined for the second “We’re at the mercy of people’s stock climbed $8.31, or 5.3 per-
strategist at Baird. “Now you have 19.20 points, or 1.3 percent, to day in a row after climbing as high changing opinions day-to-day cent, to $165.90.
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ments, photos and other video is opening its figure that the company is aggressively try- General Mills said Friday that it plans to last year after reporters unionized, and
files in an initial public offering of stock. ing to increase. buy high-end pet food maker Blue Buffalo for satellites in Los Angeles and Washington,
Dropbox is hoping to raise $500 million That won’t be easy, given the fierce com- $8 billion. It’s a return to the pet business for D.C., are getting a new life thanks to public
in an IPO that comes 11 years after it start- petition it’s facing. Its rivals in online file the more than 150-year-old company, which radio.
ed in San Francisco. The company confi- storage include three of the world’s most used to sell food for cats, dogs and birds back Public radio stations WNYC in New York,
dentially filed for its IPO in October, but the powerful companies — Google, Microsoft in the 1950s. And it joins other food makers KPCC in Los Angeles, and WAMU in
information didn’t become publicly avail- and Amazon. A smaller competitor, Box in the pet business: Fruit-spread maker The Washington announced the purchase Friday.
able until Friday. Inc., went public at $14 per share two years J.M. Smucker Co., for example, owns They said that the acquisition was funded
The filing reveals Dropbox has lost more ago and the stock shot to $23.23 in its first Kibbles ‘n Bits and Meow Mix. The deal is largely through two anonymous donors and
than $1 billion since its inception. That day of trading. It closed Friday at $23.32. also a way for General Mills to further diver- stations partners.
includes a loss of $112 million on revenue Dropbox hasn’t yet disclosed how much sify its business as more people seek less- “We are committed to telling stories root-
of $1.1 billion last year. of its stock will be sold in the IPO, nor the processed foods, even for their furry friends. ed in New York and that matter to New
Dropbox boasts about 500 million regis- price for each share. “We’ve been serving all family members” Yorkers,” said Laura Walker, president and
for years, said General Mills CEO Jeff CEO of New York Public Radio.
Harmening. “And pets are part of the family.” “As we’ve seen a decline in local jour-
General Mills, whose revenue has fallen for nalism in even the largest metropolitan
three straight years, has been buying up food areas across the country, even at a time
brands with fewer artificial ingredients as it when it’s so vital, we remain committed to
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Treinen anchors
Menlo stunned by Mitty a revamped A’s
Knights suffer just relievers’ corps
2nd loss of year in By Jack Magruder

CCS Open opener MESA, Ariz. — Oakland found its closer

in Blake Treinen last summer, and its
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF bullpen transformation continued when it
acquired offseason targets Yusmeiro Petit
SUNNYVALE — Mitty was hot, Menlo and Ryan Buchter this winter.
was not. For a team that had 25 blown saves, one
That about sums up Menlo’s 80-58 loss in short of the major league high, and convert-
the Central Coast Section Open Division ed only 58 percent of its save chances a year
boys’ basketball opener Friday night at ago, it is another step
Fremont High School. It marks just the sec- forward.
ond loss of the season for the Knights. “We feel like we’re a lot
The storyline heading into the game cen- better,” A’s manager Bob
tered around the availability of Menlo Melvin said, “and we feel
School forward Thomas Brown. The senior like we have a deep
sharpshooter, who is Menlo’s second-lead- bullpen, too.
ing scorer this season, left the Knights’ “We have a number of
practice Feb. 16 to go to the hospital with a guys who can give us
103-degree temperature. Although he was multiple innings now,
Blake Treinen where you are not having
cleared to play Friday, and was in uniform,
he did not make an appearance. to go through one-
“It was a game where we definitely needed inning guys and use so many guys during
Thomas’ shooting because we don’t really the course of a game.”
have another shooter,” Menlo head coach Everything starts with the closer, of
Keith Larsen said, “… but Thomas was not course, and Treinen is ready to continue that
going to win that game for us.” role after recording 13 saves following his
That’s because Mitty was hot. Red hot. acquisition from Washington for veteran
Volcanic even. relief arms Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson
The No. 7-seed Monarchs (10-15 overall) in mid-July.
certainly never looked like the underdog, Treinen was used in a setup role upon
jumping out to a fast lead and holding a dou- arriving in Oakland before being given the
ble-digit advantage from the middle of the ninth inning almost exclusively in early
second quarter on. While No. 2 Menlo (23-2) August. It took.
hit just three field goals in the opening quar- He converted his final 12 save chances
ter, Mitty hit nine en route to shooting 58 last sesaon, starting when he finished off an
percent from the field on the night. 11-10 victory over the Los Angeles Angels
“We’ve got really good shooters,” Mitty with two strikeouts and a weak popout on
senior Riley Grigsby said. “But I think it’s Aug. 6.
just how we play. We can make shots. We got Treinen had a 2.36 ERA in his 24 appear-
shots today and they went in.” ances from that point, with 31 strikeouts in
Grigsby was the show, scoring a game- 26 2/3 innings.
high 30 points. By all accounts in the Mitty “That’s my goal, to pick up where I left off
ranks, it was a season-high for the 6-5 cen- last year,” said Treinen, 29 “My goal is to
ter. go out and get outs and give this team the
“I always get 28,” Grigsby said. “It always best chance to win. Just try to get myself in
makes me mad. I finally passed it.” TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL a position to be successful.”
Menlo center Riley Woodson attempts to get the Knights going in the second half of Friday’s
See CCS, Page 16 80-58 loss to Mitty in the Central Coast Section Open Division opener at Fremont High School. See BULLPEN, Page 18

FBI uncovers payments made U.S. gymnasts: Sport

to college basketball players is filled with abuses
By Aaron Beard sports in America.”
Yahoo said Friday that By Mitch Weiss and Holbrook Mohr
the documents obtained in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
New details of payments to athletes in a discovery during the
federal investigation that has lurked in the investigation link current They were little girls with dreams of Olympic
shadows since first rocking college basket- players including gold when they started in gymnastics. Now
ball last fall mark the latest threat to the Michigan State’s Miles they’re women with lifelong injuries, suffocat-
sport’s basic foundation, showing the Bridges, Duke’s Wendell ing anxiety and debilitating eating disorders.
breadth of alleged corruption. Carter and Alabama’s They are the other victims of USA
Bank records and other expense reports Andy Miller Collin Sexton to poten- Thirteen former U.S. gymnasts and three
that are part of the investigation list a wide tial benefits that would be
range of impermissible payments from violations of NCAA rules. coaches interviewed by the Associated Press
agents to at least two dozen players or their Michigan State and Duke officials said described a win-at-all-cost culture rife with ver-
relatives, according to documents obtained Friday they didn’t believe their players did bal and emotional abuse in which girls were
by Yahoo Sports. anything wrong, and Alabama coach Avery forced to train on broken bones and other
The depth of the violations raises ques- Johnson said Sexton, who was held out of the injuries. That culture was tacitly endorsed by Bela, left, and Martha Karolyi, who are
tions about the structure of college athlet- season opener for violating NCAA rules, will the sport’s governing body and institutional- credited with turning U.S. women’s
ics, a business funded primarily through play Saturday against Arkansas. ized by Bela and Martha Karolyi, the husband- gymnastics into a world power, are now being
college football and basketball, including According to the report, players over the past and-wife duo who coached America’s top female accused of rampant verbal and emotional
$19.6 billion in TV money for the NCAA several years and family members allegedly gymnasts for three decades. abuse.
Tournament over the past 22 years — a received cash, entertainment and travel expens- The gymnasts agreed to speak to AP, some The Karolyis’ oppressive style created a
hoops extravaganza American sports fans es from former NBA agent Andy Miller and his for the first time, after the recent courtroom rev- toxic environment in which a predator like
know as March Madness. agency ASM Sports. Line items in four pages elations about USA Gymnastics’ former team Nassar was able to thrive, according to witness
NCAA President Mark Emmert said in a of documents released by Yahoo showed a wide doctor, Larry Nassar, who recently was sen- statements in Nassar’s criminal case and a law-
statement Friday the allegations “if true, range, including some five-figure payments and tenced to decades in prison for sexually assault- suit against USA Gymnastics, the Karolyis and
point to systematic failures that must be ing young athletes for years under the guise of
fixed and fixed now if we want college See COLLEGE, Page 18 medical treatment. See ABUSE, Page 18
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THURSDAY the Cardinals to just three hits as they won

Boy’s basketball
Local sports roundup
Nathan Chan added 19 for the Eagles, while
Lucas Sotto and Rey Soriano each scored 10
the non-league matchup.
Jacob Selph, Tommy Ozawa and Jack
Mihalek got the job done on the mound,
Ex-NFL player
Sacred Heart Prep 60, Seaside 52
The Gators beat the Spartans in the sec-
ond round of the CCS Division IV bracket.
SHP (13-12), the No. 6 seed, needed a 28-
for Alma Heights.

Nueva School 47, Summit Shasta 43

while Selph and Jack Warren paced the
offense with two hits apiece.
San Mateo scored five runs on nine hits.
detained after
point fourth quarter to hold No. 11 Seaside
(15-11), which scored 22 in the final eight
The eighth-seeded Mavericks advanced to
the CCS Division V quarterfinals with the
win over the ninth-seeded Black Bears.
Nueva School (14-6) will take on top-
Carlmont 1, Mission San Jose-Fremont 0
The Scots scored the game’s only run in
Instagram post
Eric DeBrine had a huge game in leading the bottom of the sixth inning to pull out
seeded St. Francis-Watsonville (20-6) at the win over the Warriors in the second
the Gators, scoring a game-high 25 points, 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Pinewood School in LOS ANGELES — Former Miami Dolphins
which included three 3-pointers. round of the Michael DeJesus Memorial
Los Altos Hills. Tournament at Milpitas High. offensive lineman Jonathan Martin, who has
With the win, SHP moves into the quarter- struggled with mental health issues after a
finals where the Gators will face No. 3 It was Carlmont’s first run of the season.
R.L. Stevenson 60, Summit Prep 34 The Scots were shutout in the tournament
2013 bullying scandal that shook the NFL,
Jefferson (20-7) at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at The unseeded Huskies saw their season was questioned by Los Angeles police after a
Hartnell College in Salinas. opener.
come to an end with the loss to the sixth- threatening Instagram post on his account
seeded Pirates in the second round of the Grant Norman replaced starter Aiden mentioned two former teammates who had
Los Altos 63, Carlmont 37 CCS Division V bracket. Woodring in the third inning, coming into harassed him.
The Eagles took command in the first Summit Prep finishes the year with an the game with one out and the bases loaded. Martin was detained by investigators after
quarter and cruised past the Scots in the sec- overall record of 10-11. He got out of the inning unscathed and gave the post showed a shotgun and referred by
ond round of the CCS Division I bracket. up only one hit in four innings of relief. name to the private Harvard-Westlake prep
Los Altos (16-9), the No. 6 seed, scored Girls’ basketball Carlmont scratched out the game’s only school in Los Angeles that
26 points in the first eight minute and led run when Aaron Hoch doubled to lead off the he once attended but was
26-4 after one period. Carlmont (11-15), Mills 47, Sobrato 34 sixth. Tyler DeSmidt bunted pinch runner
The Vikings advanced to the quarterfinals not under arrest Friday
the 11 seed, played the Eagles nearly even Sean Vanderaa to third, who scored on a wild evening, police
the rest of the way, but the damage was of the CCS Division III bracket with the win pitch.
over the ninth-seeded Bulldogs. spokesman Josh
done. Rubenstein said.
Seiya Mirande led Carlmont with 10 Mills (15-10), the No. 8 seed, will face
top-seeded South City (23-4) at 2:45 p.m. Half Moon Bay 3, Terra Nova 1 The post also included
points. mentions of the Instagram
Saturday at Aptos High School. The Cougars scored two runs in the top of
the first and that proved to be enough to usernames of former
Mountain View 58, San Mateo 51 beat the rival Tigers in a non-league game. Miami Dolphins players
The Bearcats led by five after one quarter Live Oak 42, Burlingame 38 Jonathan
The Panthers saw their season come to an Terra Nova came back to get one run back Richie Incognito and
but could not sustain it as they saw their sea- Martin Mike Pouncey and said
son end in the second round of the CCS abrupt end following their upset loss to the in the bottom of the first before Half Moon
10th-seeded Acorns in the second round of Bay rounded out the scoring with a run in the suicide and revenge were
Division II bracket with the loss to the the only options for a victim of bullying.
eighth-seeded Spartans. the CCS Division III bracket. top of the second.
Burlingame, the No. 7 seed, sees its sea- The Harvard-Westlake prep school was evac-
San Mateo (14-12), the No. 9 seed, led 16- Noah Gandelman worked three innings of
son end with a record of 15-10. uated earlier Friday after officials were made
11 after the opening period, but trailed by one-run ball in picking up the win for HMB.
aware of the post. It was not immediately clear
just one, 29-30, at halftime. Joey Greco and Alex Smith each threw a
Terra Nova 72, King City 55 whether Martin posted the photo himself.
scoreless inning to get the ball to closer
The Tigers scored 42 points in the first Martin left the Miami Dolphins midseason
Hillsdale 62, Capuchino 41 Justin Garcia, who pitched the final two
half as they cruised past the Mustangs in the in 2013 after accusing teammates of bullying.
The Knights advanced to the CCS scoreless innings for the Cougars.
second round of the CCS Division IV brack- An NFL investigation found that Incognito,
Division III quarterfinals with the win over Terra Nova loaded the bases against Garcia Pouncey and teammate John Jerry engaged in
the PAL rival Mustangs. et. in the bottom of the seventh, but came up
Terra Nova (17-9), the No. 6 seed, led 22- persistent harassment directed at Martin.
Hillsdale (16-9), the No. 7 seed, faces No. empty. Incognito was suspended for the final eight
2 Riordan (13-11) at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at 8 after one quarter and 42-29 at halftime
Garcia and Luke Outman drove in the first games and sat out the 2014 season before join-
St. Ignatius. over 11th-seeded King City. The Tigers then
two runs of the game for HMB, drawing ing the Buffalo Bills.
put the game away in the third period,
The Knights took a commanding lead in back-to-back, bases-loaded walks in the top The NFL’s investigation also found that
outscoring the Mustangs 19-6.
the first quarter over 10th-seeded Capuchino of the first. Casildo Guevara drove in a run teammates threatened to rape Martin’s sister,
Kennady Armstrong scored a game-high
(8-18), outscoring the Mustangs 22-5 in the with a groundout in the second for the called him a long list of slurs and bullied him
25 points to lead Terra Nova.
first quarter. Cougars. for not being “black enough.” Martin is black
The Tigers will now face No. 3 Gunderson
It is the third time this season the Knights Zach Zioncheck had the defensive play of and Incognito is white.
(19-5) in the quarterfinals at 2:45 Saturday
have beaten Capuchino. They posted a 56- the game for the Cougars in the bottom of Martin, who underwent counseling for emo-
at Scotts Valley High School.
49 win Jan. 12, but needed overtime to com- the first when his diving catch in center tional issues after the bullying scandal, posted
plete the regular-season sweep 56-53 Feb. field prevented the Tigers from having a big on Facebook in 2015 that difficulties in foot-
R.L. Stevenson 54, Crystal Springs 18
2. inning. ball led him to attempt suicide multiple times.
After a surprising first-round win, the
unseeded Gryphons’ season ended in the Martin, the son of two Harvard graduates,
Alma Heights 77, Kehillah Jewish 51
second round with the loss to the Pirates. Boys’ volleyball attended Stanford University. After he left the
The Eagles combined to score 47 points Dolphins, Martin played for the San Francisco
Crystal Springs finishes the season with a Carlmont 3, Alvarez 0
in the second and third quarters to pull away 49ers and Carolina Panthers. He left the NFL in
record of 6-17. The Scots opened the season with a sweep
from the Rams in the second round of the 2015.
CCS Division V bracket. of the Eagles.
Diego Sotto scored a game-high 22
Baseball Junior Maxwell Jung and sophomore
points to lead fifth-seeded Alma Heights San Mateo 5, Lowell-SF 2 Ethan Mayoss each had eight kills to pace NFL brief
(23-2) No. 12 Kehillah Jewish (14-8). Three Bearcats pitchers combined to hold Carlmont.
Chiefs reportedly sending Pro Bowl
Campo forward explodes for 60 Sports brief off to a slow start, scoring only six points CB Peters to Rams for draft picks
in the first quarter. She heated up the rest of LOS ANGELES — The Kansas City Chiefs
Haley Van Dyke, a 6-0 senior forward terfinals of the North Coast Section the game, however. She added 19 in the sec- are trading Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus
from Campolindo High School in Moraga, Division 3 bracket. Peters to the Los Angeles Rams for what is
scored 60 of her teams’s 73 points during a Van Dyke, who has committed to play at ond, 11 in the third and capped the game expected to be a package of draft picks,
73-53 win over Moreau Catholic in the quar- University of Washington next season, got with a 24-point fourth quarter. according to published reports.

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Germany in position for more bobsled gold

By Tim Reynolds “It’s going to hold up two more runs,”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bascue said. “We’ll make it through. ... The
medical staff assured me that I’d be all right. I
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — The only trust them and it hasn’t been feeling too bad
nation to come to an Olympics and leave with walking. Just getting ready to race and stuff,
all three bobsled gold medals was Germany, it’s a little achy.”
which pulled off the title triple 12 years ago. Langton, who pushed with late pilot Steven
Francesco Friedrich has the Germans in Holcomb and won two medals in Sochi four
position to do it again. years ago, came away raving about his 23-
Friedrich and his team of Candy Bauer, year-old pilot.
Martin Grothkopp and Thorsten Margis leads “Truth be told, he had two really good trips
by nearly three-tenths of a second after today,” Langton said. “I think our training
Saturday’s first two heats of the four-man trips were even better. When Codie’s on, he’s
competition, the final sliding event of the on.”
Pyeongchang Olympics. The rest of the U.S. contingent struggled.
Medals will be decided in the final two runs Nick Cunningham and his team of Hakeem
on Sunday, and Germany — which won gold Abdul-Saboor, Chris Kinney and Sam
in women’s bobsled and got a shared two-man Michener were 20th. Justin Olsen and his
gold with Canada when Friedrich and Justin team of Nate Weber, Carlo Valdes and Chris
Kripps tied for the top spot — surely is think- Fogt were 21st.
ing about another trip to the top of the podi- “The place doesn’t really reflect what we put
um. into it,” Cunningham said. “We pushed well
The Germany 1 sled leads the Olympic bobsled after the first two of four runs. The Germans as a crew, I drove to the best of my ability and
“The two-man race was the best training for have already captured gold in the men’s and women’s 2-man bobsled competitions.
the four-man race,” Friedrich said. “We’re try- we’re going to build on that. We’re going to
ing to get a medal there as well.” one driven by Olympic rookie Codie Bascue “It’s a really close race,” Bascue said. “I keep on fighting. We’re not defeated yet.”
Friedrich’s team finished two runs in 1 and pushed by Evan Weinstock, Steve think we put ourselves in a good position.” Olsen has had issues figuring out Curve 2
minute, 37.55 seconds. South Korea’s sled Langton and Sam McGuffie. Bascue is racing Bascue has three of America’s best pushers all week, and he struggled again with it
driven by Won Yunjong was second in essentially on one leg, after enduring a bad with him, so they’re making up for him not Saturday.
1:37.84, and another German sled driven by calf strain during the two-man competition being 100 percent at the start. He said he isn’t “In training, we were hit and miss, and we
Nico Walther was third in 1:37.90. and having that seriously affect his ability to worried about being able to finish the compe- came out today, same thing,” Olsen said. “Am
The top U.S. sled was ninth, that being the start. tition. I upset? Yes. Am I completely surprised? No.”

Davis finishes 7th in amazing win, an elusive gold

Canadian takes big air gold Olympic roundup medal suddenly isn’t so far-
1,000 at 5th Olympics fetched.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea —
Russians to face “Who knows? Who knows?”
Canadian snowboarder Shani Davis let his skating do his surprising Germany in German goalie Danny Aus Den
Sebastien Toutant has soared to talking in his last event at the Olympic hockey final Birken said with a big smile. “If
gold in the Olympic debut of Pyeongchang Olympics. we keep fighting like this, we
The four-time Olympic medalist GANGNEUNG, South Korea — have nothing to lose.”
men’s Big Air.
finished seventh in the 1, 000 The Russians expected to play for
Toutant scored a 174.25 in the
final to give Team Canada its 11th meters on Friday, waved to the the Olympic men’s hockey gold IOC has dilemma in Russia
fans inside Gangneung Oval and medal for the first time in 20
gold of the Pyeongchang Games. years. Confusion reigns over how the
Kyle Mack of the United States disappeared below the ice. International Olympic Committee
Their opponent is quite the sur-
took second with a score of Whether Davis had just skated in will decide what to do with the
prise: Germany will play in its
168.75. He had a chance to better his fifth and final Olympics at age banned Russian Olympic
first Olympic hockey final on
Toutant but sat down on his third 35 remains to be seen. Committee. They could readmit
Sunday hours before the games
and final jump. He declined to speak to media conclude. them, continue the ban or hedge
Billy Morgan of Great Britain when asked to by a U. S. Patrick Hager’s power-play goal with what the IOC says might be a
earned bronze in front of a boister- Speedskating spokesman and at 12:31 of the second period “partial solution.”
ous crowd at Alpensia Ski Jumping instructed his sometime-coach wound up the game-winner as The IOC must announce by
Centre. Tom Cushman of the American Germany stunned two-time defend- Sunday if the Russian Olympic
Ivanka Trump was also in atten- staff not to talk to reporters either. ing gold medalist Canada 4-3 Committee will be readmitted to the
dance. The daughter of president Davis skated his signature dis- Friday night to set up a very unex- Olympic family after being ousted
Donald Trump took in the finals as American Kyle Mack took home the tance in 1 minute, 8.78 seconds. for a massive doping scandal. That
silver medal in snowboard big air. pected gold medal game. Germany
part of a whirlwind tour during the He still holds the 1,000 world has only two bronze medals in would allow about 160 Russian ath-
penultimate day of the games. Red Gerard, who captured the record of 1:06.42 set nine years hockey in its history — the last in letes competing in Pyeongchang to
Wearing a red ski suit with a blue first gold medal for the United ago in Salt Lake City, Utah. 1976. fly their own flag on Sunday at the
knit USA cap, Trump joined Kim States in Pyeongchang in the He finished 19th in the 1,500, After upsetting top-seeded closing ceremony.
Jung-sook, wife of South Korean slopestyle event two weeks ago, his only other event in South Sweden and pulling off their latest They’ve been competing here
president Moon Jae-in. finished fifth. Korea. under a neutral flag.
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Woods in the hunt at the Honda Classic

By Doug Ferguson afternoon. More aggravating to the players
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS are the greens, which are old and bare, firm
and crusty. It’s a recipe for not making
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Even many putts.
with a tee shot into the water for another Defending champion Rickie Fowler had
double bogey, Tiger Woods could see the big six bogeys on his front nine and shot 77 to
picture in the Honda Classic. miss the cut.
He was four shots out of the lead going “It’s unfortunate that the greens have
into the weekend. changed this much in a year,” Fowler said.
Luke List delivered a round not many oth- “They typically get slick and quick on the
ers found possible in such difficult condi- weekend because they dry out, but at least
tions Friday, a 4-under 66 that gave him a there’s some sort of surface. But like I said,
share of the lead with Jamie Lovemark (69). everyone’s playing the same greens.”
They were at 3-under 137, the highest score It looked as though List was playing a dif-
to lead at the halfway point of the Honda ferent course when he went out with a
Classic since it moved to PGA National in bogey-free 32 on the back nine, added a pair
2007. of birdies on the front nine and then
So bunched were the scores that Woods dropped his only shot when he caught an
was four shots out of the lead and four shots awkward lie in the bunker on the par-3 sev-
from last place among the 76 players who enth.
made the cut at 5-over 145. More important- “It’s very relentless,” List said. “There’s
ly, he only had 13 players in front of him. not really too many easy holes, but if you
“This is a difficult golf course right now,” hit fairways and go from there, you can
Woods said. “Making pars is a good thing. make a few birdies out there.”
I’ve done that, and I’m right there with a JASEN VINLOVE/USA TODAY SPORTS List and Lovemark, both Californians,
chance.” Tiger Woods blasts out of a bunker on the 18th hole during the second round of the Honda have never won on the PGA Tour. This is the
And he has plenty of company. Classic. Woods is four shots back of the lead. third time List has had at least a share of the
Tommy Fleetwood, who won the Race to 36- hole lead, most recently in South Korea
Dubai on the European Tour last year, ing under par. this challenge you to the ultimate level. at the CJ Cup, where he shot 76-72 on the
scratched out a 68 and was one shot out of Fleetwood laughed when asked the last Whether you shoot two 80s or you lead after weekend.
the lead along with Webb Simpson (72), time he was at 2 under after 36 holes and two rounds, you can see what you need to do “It’s kind of irrelevant because there’s
Russell Henley (70) and Rory Sabbatini only one shot out of the lead. and see where your game is. Because this is going to be 30 guys within a couple shots
(69). “Maybe some junior event,” he said. “It’s as hard as it’s ever going to get for you.” of the lead,” List said. “It’s going to be that
Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger each good, though. These are the toughest test in The difficulty was primarily from the type of week.”
shot 72 and were in a large group at 139. golf. Generally, one of the best players pre- wind, which blew just as hard in the morn- He was exaggerating — there were 11
They were among only 10 players remain- vail at the end of weeks like this. Weeks like ing when List shot his 66 as it did in the players within three shots of the lead.

Kyle Busch wins Atlanta pole, Wallace still in spotlight

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “He was like ‘Hey, I hanging onto that thing in Wallace.
need you to go call is a challenge. I’m look- “He’s going to be great,” Clark said.
HAMPTON, Ga. — Darrell “Bubba” Bubba and calm him ing forward to it.” Blaney and Wallace have been friends
Wallace Jr. was the hot topic even as Kyle down because I think he Wallace’s boss, team since the two 10-year-old boys raced
Busch won the pole Friday at Atlanta Motor was getting overwhelmed owner Richard Petty, said Bandolero cars together.
Speedway. with all the media and the the rookie is adjusting Blaney said he believes Wallace “can have
Busch will start in front Sunday in the sec- pressure that was kind of just fine. a huge impact” on the 43 Chevrolet and
ond race of the NASCAR Monster Energy being thrown upon him “No, he don’t feel like “grow it to places it hasn’t been in recent
Cup season after edging Ryan Newman in a and we haven’t even got- he’s a rookie, ” Petty years.”
close battle. Kyle Busch ten started yet,”’ Ryan Darrell said. “... I think he fell The only distraction for Wallace is a feud
Busch overcame handling problems in the Blaney said. in really good with the with Denny Hamlin. Wallace said Friday he
Wallace Jr.
first two rounds of qualifying to win the Blaney, who is friends with both guys who have been has been excluded from Hamlin’s informal
pole with a lap of 184.652 mph in the third Earnhardt and Wallace, said he encouraged there for a long time because so far he has- golf league, which includes a few other
round. Busch won his 28th career pole, and Wallace to enjoy the “well-deserved oppor- n’t done anything really stupid. As long as NASCAR drivers. Wallace added “I removed
his first at Atlanta. tunity.” we keep him straight, he’ll be OK.” myself” from Hamlin’s basketball league.
Busch beat Newman’s 184.419 mph. Blaney said the second-place finish The strong showing at Daytona solidified The problems between the two began last
Wallace will start 19th, in the middle of proved Wallace “dealt with it really well.” the status of Wallace, 24, as a rising star in week when Wallace objected to what Hamlin
the 36-car field. Much of the talk Friday Kevin Harvick qualified third, followed by NASCAR. said was intended to be a joke when he
remained on his second-place finish in last Daniel Suarez. Defending champion Brad Atlanta Motor Speedway president Ed claimed 70 percent of NASCAR drivers take
week’s Daytona 500 . Keselowski qualified fifth. Austin Dillon, Clark said calls to his ticket office this week the prescription drug Adderall to help with
Wallace was the first black driver in the coming off the win at Daytona, will start were dominated by fans expressing interest concentration.
Daytona 500 field since 1969 . The second- 25th.
place finish was the highest for a black Defending NASCAR Cup champion
driver and any rookie. Martin Truex will start 35th after his car did
“It was just crazy, awesome,” Wallace said not pass inspection. As a penalty, car chief
Friday. Blake Harris was suspended for the weekend
On Sunday, he’ll be the first black Cup and a 30-minute practice hold will be
racer in an Atlanta race since Bill Lester fin- enforced on Saturday.
ished 38th in 2006. Wallace finished sixth in Atlanta’s
Ryan Blaney, who will start 26th, Xfinity race last year.
revealed Friday that last week Dale “This will be my first time in Atlanta in a
Earnhardt Jr . was so worried about Wallace Cup car,” he said. “I know how this place is
that he arranged for Blaney to provide coun- in an Xfinity car and it’s not any fun, well
sel for the rookie. it’s a lot of fun, don’t get me wrong, but
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Iowa AAU coach out amid porn investigation CCS

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Investigators were looking for evidence of “unlawful manu-
facturing of child pornography and invasion of privacy,” as Continued from page 11
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Police are investigating whether an well as evidence of “additional” pornographic images and vic-
elite Iowa youth basketball coach took video recordings of tims who may have been recorded, court documents show. And he did it with style, scoring on a variety of looks: a
nude teenagers without their knowledge after a source gave Stephen hasn’t been charged with any crimes. long-running dribble-drive in the first quarter, finishing an
them an electronic device containing child pornography, Stephen’s father, Roger, who with his son runs a family- alley-oop on a long assist pass from senior guard Donovan
investigators said Friday. owned car dealership in Monticello, said the family has been Wilson in the second, a post-up hook shot in the fourth; and
The Iowa Barnstormers of the Amateur Athletic Union advised not to comment by lawyers. But he dismissed any he was a perfect 8 of 8 from the free throw line.
announced late Thursday on Twitter that 42-year-old Greg allegations of wrongdoing, calling them “fake news” and not- The post matchup was a battle of Rileys, as Menlo coun-
Stephen was no longer with the traveling organization, where ing his son has run the team successfully for 12 years. tered with senior big man Riley
several prominent players have been on the roster since its “There’s nothing to hide. It isn’t the way it looks,” Roger Woodson. In a postgame response to the
founding in 2005. Stephen told The Associated Press. “My son has got many, billing, Woodson said dryly: “I’ll just
“We are all shocked and saddened by this news,” the pro- many scholarship players for all the schools around here. The say Riley was a beast out there tonight.”
gram said in a statement Friday, urging current and former team has been a great, great deal for the community. He’s a The 6-7 Woodson totaled 13 points and
players “who experienced anything” to make official police great guy and there’s no reason for all this to happen.” eight rebounds, and was Menlo’s best
reports. Court documents show that agents seized several items from option in the lopsided first half. He
Investigators executed search warrants Thursday at Greg Stephen’s home in Monitcello, including laptops, a hard totaled eight of his points prior to half-
Stephen’s homes in Monticello and Delhi in northeast Iowa, drive, three security cameras and a backpack containing two time, including six in the second quarter.
the Iowa Department of Public Safety said. The searches came “covert cameras.” This helped Menlo hang around as senior
after agents obtained a device containing videos of “young, A sworn affidavit signed by Division of Criminal Riley Grigsby point guard Joe Foley could not get to the
non-adult disrobed male individuals” who didn’t appear to Investigation special agent Ryan Kedley says the investiga- cylinder. Foley did score a team-high 20 points but netted
know they were being recorded, the department said, urging tion started Sunday, when Monticello Police Chief Britt just one field goal in the first half.
anyone with relevant information or parents with questions Smith received information from a source saying he had evi- The Knights were out of sorts from the get-go, relying on
to call. dence of a criminal act. untested junior Kevin Chen making his first varsity start in
place of Brown.
“I think we came in a little off,” Woodson said. “We tried
to fight through it but we haven’t seen a team like that in
Midway through the first quarter was the last time it was a
one-score game as Foley dished an assist to Woodson,
whose shot got deflected by Grigsby but still found the
hoop and rattled in. That made it 8-6 Mitty, to which the
Monarchs responded with a 12-3 run to close the quarter, fin-
ishing with junior guard Joseph Vaughn grabbing an offen-
sive board, off his own shot, and scoring the put-back for a
20-9 lead.
Of Mitty’s 21 missed shots on the night, six were forgiv-
en with offensive rebounds. Mitty outrebounded Menlo 33-
26 in the game.
“We weren’t going to beat that team tonight,” Larsen said.
“They were really good.”
Menlo got more offense going in the second quarter, with
Woodson scoring the Knights’ first two buckets. Mitty
answered every time though, and from long range at that.
The Monarchs shot 3 for 3 from 3-point range in the quarter
and nailed five treys on the night.
“We kept switching defenses … but then it’s like, pick
your poison,” Larsen said.
Menlo junior Sam Fortenbaugh drilled a pair of 3s in the
second quarter as well, but by the time he converted the sec-
ond one with a minute to go in the half, Mitty had estab-
lished a 37-23 lead and would only continue to add in the
second half.
Mitty maintained its up-tempo offense — with Grigsby
blowing by defenders with amazing first steps and finishing
with near flawless touches — and the Monarchs amped up on
defense. While they committed just eight turnovers through-
out, the Knights had 15 turnovers, 10 coming after the
“They play that style of ball every night,” Larsen said of
Mitty’s high-intensity, West Catholic Athletic League
style. “We don’t get to see that.”
Following Menlo’s game at Fremont High School, No. 3
Palo Alto and No. 6 St. Ignatius played the nightcap of a
CCS Open Division twin-bill. And as Paly prevailed 75-60
— becoming the first public school in Open Division his-
tory to win a game through the winners’ bracket in the six-
year-old playoff format — many of the Menlo players
stayed to watch, scouting for this coming Thursday’s con-
solation bracket semifinal.
The Knights — who are also automatic qualifiers for the
CIF Northern California playoffs — expect Brown back
healthy and ready to go by the consolation semifinals. And
they are taking that upcoming matchup with St. Ignatius
quite seriously.
“Even if we lose, it’s on to the next game,” Woodson said.
“The goal now is to move on to the next one, to not lose
another game for the rest of the season.”
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Boys’ basketball Division IV
Division I At Scotts Valley
At Piedmont Hills No. 9 Santa Cruz (11-15) vs. No. 1 Sacred Heart Prep (13-10), 1 p.m.
No. 6 Los Altos (16-9) vs. No. 3 Menlo-Atherton (16-9), 4:30 p.m. No. 6 Terra Nova (17-6) vs. No. 3 Gunderson (19-5), 2:45 p.m.
No. 5 Mercy-SF (18-6) vs. No. 4 Half Moon Bay (19-6), 4:30 p.m.
Division II No. 7 Monte Vista Christian (12-13) vs. No. 2 Notre Dame-Belmont (12-11), 6:15 p.m.
At Aragon
No. 6 Leland (14-11) vs. No. 3 Aragon (14-9), 6:15 p.m. Division V
At Alma Heights-Pacifica
Division III No. 7 Pacific Collegiate (18-7) vs. No. 2 Alma Heights (21-2), 2:45 p.m.
At St. Ignatius No. 8 KIPP (18-4) vs. No. 1 Woodside Priory (10-14), 4:30 p.m.
No. 7 Hillsdale (16-9) vs. No. 2 Riordan (13-11), 4:30 p.m.
No. 6 Soquel (15-11) vs. Mills (20-6), 6:15 p.m. Boys’ soccer
Open Division
Division IV No. 3 Mitty (14-0-6) at No. 6 Burlingame (12-3-4), 3 p.m.
At Hartnell College-Salinas
No. 9 Palma (14-12) vs. No. 1 Half Moon Bay (21-4), 1 p.m. Division I
MLB had all 30 teams wear a special cap during the spring No. 6 Sacred Heart Prep (13-12) vs. No. 3 Jefferson (20-7), 4:30 p.m. No. 5 Menlo-Atherton (10-7-4) at No. 4 Palo Alto (13-4-2), 11 a.m.
training openers that honor Stoneman Douglas High Division V
No. 10 Serra (13-6-2) vs. No. 2 San Benito (10-3-8) at Alisal, 5 p.m.
shooting victims. At Pinewood
No. 7 Oakwood (15-9) vs. No. 2 Woodside Priory (14-10), 6:15 p.m. Division II
No. 8 Nueva School (14-6) vs. No. 1 St. Francis-Watsonville (20-6), 4:30 p.m.

MLB honors school

No. 12 Menlo School (12-4-3) at No. 4 Soledad (15-1-4), 5 p.m.

Girls’ basketball Girls’ soccer

Division I Open Division
At Santa Clara No. 8 Menlo-Atherton (12-3-5) at No. 1 Mitty (17-1-2), 1 p.m.
No. 10 Santa Clara (13-13) vs. No. 2 Sequoia (19-7), 1 p.m.

shooting victims No. 5 Carlmont (18-7) vs. No. 4 Palo Alto (17-6), 2:45 p.m.
No. 8 Evergreen Valley (19-6) vs. No. 1 Menlo-Atherton (19-7), 6:15 p.m.
Division II
At Gunn
Division I
No. 8 St. Ignatius (12-4-4) at No. 1 Woodside (7-4-8), 5 p.m.
No. 13 Sequoia (14-4-3) at No. 12 Los Gatos (11-7-2), 5:30 p.m.

Division II

with special caps

No. 10 Oak Grove (15-10) vs. No. 2 Aragon (12-5), 2:45 p.m. No. 10 Mercy-Burlingame (11-5-3) at No. 2 Notre Dame-Belmont (15-3-1), 10 a.m.
No. 5 South City (16-2-3) at No. 4 Soquel (12-6-2), 5 p.m.
Division III No. 6 Pacific Collegiate (14-2-5) at No. 3 Terra Nova (8-5-6), 7 p.m.
At Aptos
No. 8 Mills (15-10) vs. No. 1 South City (23-4), 2:45 p.m.
Boys’ wrestling
By Kristie Rieken CCS championships at Independence, all day

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Marjory Stoneman Douglas

High School baseball coach Todd Fitz-Gerald and his sons
were guests of the Houston Astros for their spring opener
against the Washington Nationals on Friday as Major League
Baseball honored victims of the school shooting in
Parkland, Florida, by having its teams wear caps with the
school’s initials.
Fitz-Gerald said it was a “relief” to get back to the sport he
loves and to stop thinking, at least for a moment, about the
Valentine’s Day mass shooting that left 17 people dead and
more than a dozen others wounded.
“You can’t put it into words,” he said, fighting back tears.
“I think it’s great what Major League Baseball is doing to
show support for our community and our school. It’s been a
rough week and just being out here ... (gives me) a sense of
Teams had the option of wearing he caps, which are black
with “SD” in block letters, during the games or only during
warmups. Both the Astros and Nationals wore them during
Friday’s game.
MLB ordered more than 2,500 of the caps from New Era,
league spokesman Steven Arrocho said. Many teams will
have players sign them, and they will be auctioned to benefit
the victims and families affected by the shooting.
Stoneman Douglas, which won a state title in 2016, counts
several baseball players as alumni, led by Cubs star Anthony
Rizzo. He left camp in Arizona to return to Parkland the day
after the shooting, gave an emotional speech at a candlelight
vigil and later visited victims in the hospital. He wasn’t in
the lineup for Chicago’s game on Friday, but wore the hat
bearing his high school’s initials while working out.
Both Fitz-Gerald and his son Hunter, a junior, were on cam-
pus during the shooting, in which 14 students and three
teachers were slain. The elder Fitz-Gerald wore a crisp white
shirt that was adorned with the words “Douglas Strong” as he
chatted with Astros manager A.J. Hinch and several other
players and coaches during morning workouts. He and Hunter
accompanied Houston general manager Jeff Luhnow on the
field before the game to hoist the World Series trophy.
Down the road in Jupiter, Florida, the rest of the Stoneman
Douglas baseball team as well as the school’s softball team
were guests of the Marlins before their game against the St.
Louis Cardinals.
“It’s helping us feel better and it shows that we are one big
family,” Douglas center fielder Ryan Shinko said. “It’s not
just us.”
Douglas pitcher Connor Brian, a senior who will play base-
ball at Middle Tennessee State next season, had the names of
all 17 victims written on the bill of his cap.
“It just gives me a remembrance when I’m pitching to do it
for them,” Brian said.
Marlins players and staff wore maroon shirts that read
“MSDSTRONG,” and CEO Derek Jeter mingled with the teams
and posed for selfies with some players. The revered former
New York Yankees shortstop drew on his experience in deal-
ing with 9/11, telling players that they can help the commu-
nity heal.
“When I was in New York playing after September 11, obvi-
ously you’ll never forget what happened, but at least for those
three hours we gave people something they could cheer for,”
Jeter said. “We appreciated that and we sort of took that and
ran with it as an organization. I think a lot of times profes-
sional sports teams, sports teams in general, can help dis-
tract people, so to speak.”
Before the first pitch, the Marlins and Cardinals observed
17 seconds of silence in memory of the victims. Douglas
players and coaches watched from seats behind home plate.
“In Parkland, there’s not a lot of smiles,” said Dustin Brian,
Connor’s father and a former Douglas assistant coach.
“That’s why I think this is so cool, getting them away from
the community.”
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jected to abusive training methods before the center of many of these failures” that allowed ter to two U.S. senators from John Manly, an

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Karolyis defected from their native Romania in
1981. But other coaches and former gymnasts
say the Karolyis’ early successes — starting
Nassar’s sexual abuse to persist for more than
two decades.
Former gymnast Mattie Larson, who was
attorney representing Larson and other Nassar
victims in a lawsuit that seeks monetary dam-
ages and court oversight of USA Gymnastics.
with Romania’s Nadia Comaneci becoming the molested by Nassar and was among the nearly Manly cited the deposition to accuse the
first woman gymnast awarded a perfect score in 250 who provided victim impact statements sport’s governing body of lying to Congress.
others. Girls were afraid to challenge authority, competition — validated the cutthroat attitudes during his sentencing hearings, said the doctor In a timeline submitted to a congressional
Nassar was able to prey on vulnerable girls and, that fostered widespread mistreatment of cleared her one time to train at the Karolyi com- committee investigating the scandal, the
at the same time, he didn’t challenge the cou- American athletes at the highest levels of plex on an ankle that turned out to be fractured. organization said it was told in mid-June of an
ple’s harsh training methods. women’s gymnastics.
“He was their little puppet,” Jeanette “Martha, did you keep Larry around because athlete “uncomfortable” with Nassar’s treat-
Antolin, a former member of the U.S. national The Karolyis, who helped USA Gymnastics he was a good doctor? Or did you really keep ment, but that it was not until late July 2015
team who trained with the Karolyis, said. “He win 41 Olympic medals, including 13 gold him around because he let us compete when we that it decided to notify law enforcement “with
let us train on injuries. They got what they over three decades, trained hundreds of gym- were injured and was willing to keep your concerns of potential sexual misconduct.”
wanted. He got what he wanted.” nasts at their complex in rural Huntsville, secrets?” Larson said in court. That “timeline is incomplete, inaccurate and
Young girls were virtually starved, constant- Texas, known as “the ranch.” They selected It’s unclear what the Karolyis knew about equally misleading,” Manly said. Penny, the
ly body shamed and forced to train with broken gymnasts for the national team and earned mil- Nassar’s sexual abuse and whether they took former USA Gymnastics chief, said in a state-
bones or other injuries, according to inter- lions from USA Gymnastics. any action to stop it. ment that Martha Karolyi was mistaken about
views and the lawsuit. Their meager diets and But while the Karolyis are credited with dra- Martha Karolyi, in a deposition given last the timing of his call.
extreme training often delayed puberty, which matically improving the performance and year as part of the lawsuit against the Karolyis Texas has one of the strongest child abuse
some coaches believed was such a detriment medal counts of the U.S. women’s team, gym- and numerous others, acknowledged that “in or reporting laws in the nation, requiring anyone
that they ridiculed girls who started their men- nasts in the U.S. and Romania told AP that the around June 2015” she received a phone call who has reason to believe abuse has occurred to
strual cycles. couple were verbally, emotionally and some- from the then-head of the national gymnastics immediately alert authorities. Failure to do so
USA Gymnastics declined to answer ques- times physically abusive. organization, Steve Penny, informing her that is a misdemeanor punishable by jail time and a
tions for this story. The Karolyis didn’t reply to A congressional committee investigating the organization had received a complaint that fine, said Scott McCown, director of the
requests for comment, but their attorney denied the gymnastics scandal said in Feb. 8 letters to Nassar had “molested a national team gymnast Children’s Rights Clinic at the University of
they abused anyone. the Karolyis, USA Gymnastics and the U.S. at the ranch.” Texas at Austin, and “any kind of sexual abuse
Some female gymnasts in the U.S. were sub- Olympic Committee that they were all “at the The deposition was included in a Feb. 14 let- is going to count.”
document says Smith received $73,500 in Utah and Wichita State said they did not propriate for Yahoo to have the documents.

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N.C. State athletic director Debbie Yow
said the school disassociated itself from
know of the alleged payments until Yahoo’s
report was released, but pledged to cooperate
in any investigation. Several coaches dis-
“An effort was clearly made to embarrass
some defendants and cast aspersions on some
current student athletes whose only ‘crime’
Miller in 2012. tanced themselves from Miller. may be that their relatives didn’t reimburse
two dinners for less than $40 each. Documents also said Brooklyn Nets guard “Personally, I welcome the scrutiny on the an agent for a single steak dinner,” said
Isaiah Whitehead received $26,136 while a sport of men’s basketball because the behav- Jeffrey Lichtman, who represents former
Don Jackson, an Alabama-based attorney
freshman at Seton Hall, and Tim Quarterman, ior of some agents, along with reports of Southern California assistant basketball
who has worked on numerous college eligi-
now playing for the Agua Caliente Clippers other illegal recruiting activities, is hurting coach Tony Bland, who was fired last month
bility cases, said the root of the problem is
of the NBA G League, received at least the sport,” Utah athletic director Chris Hill after his arrest. Bland is accused of receiving
that the NCAA’s model of amateurism doesn’t
$16,000 while a junior at LSU. said. a $13,000 bribe for steering the team’s play-
The story said the mother of Bridges Tennessee coach Rick Barnes said he isn’t ers to Dawkins and a financial adviser when
“This problem can be solved if players are they became professionals. Bland pleaded
compensated,” Jackson said. “The NCAA is received $400 in a cash advance. Current surprised by anything that happens in col-
Kentucky player Kevin Knox, Carter and lege hoops. not guilty in November to charges related to
not capable of adequately policing tens of bribery and wire fraud.
thousands of athletes around the country.” Sexton are listed among players or families “We can sit here and talk about it for days
A balance sheet from December 2015 lists meeting or having meals with former ASM on end if we wanted to, all the things that Dawkins attorney Steven Haney Sr. said
several payments under “Loan to Players,” Sports associate Christian Dawkins. have gone on in college basketball,” Barnes the report doesn’t mean Dawkins broke the
including $43,500 to Dallas Mavericks Coaches and athletic officials at several said. “I’m not surprised by any of it.” law.
guard Dennis Smith, who played one season schools, including Clemson, North Carolina Lawyers for two of the 10 defendants “In the most simple of legal terms; prove
at North Carolina State in 2016-17. Another State, South Carolina, Southern California, arrested in the federal cases said it was inap- it,” Haney said in an email.

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has confidence in you.
“It’s a team in D.C. that needs to have
results right away because it is a team that is
fastball/slider repertoire played well there.
Treinen’s average fastball was 97.6 mph
in 2017, according to Fangraphs, among
includes veterans Santiago Casilla and Liam
Hendricks, among others. Buchter is the
lone lefty.
built to win for the last decade. For someone the best in the league. Because of its sink, Petit, a rookie spot starter on Arizona’s
It was a satisfying conclusion to tough to have to learn in that role, I don’t think it his ground ball to fly ball ratio was among 2007 NL West title team managed by
start with the win-now Nationals, who molds well. They need somebody experi- the top 15 among relievers. Melvin, has developed into a reliever capa-
named Treinen the closer at the end of 2017 enced in that role. I don’t really want to “It’s at a high velocity and it is moving ble of wearing many hats. He had a career-
spring training but moved on when two bad dwell on the tough stuff, but it did shape me quite a bit,” Melvin said. “There are very low 2.76 ERA in a career-high 60 appear-
outings in succession bumped his ERA into to continue to put my head down and work few guys that have the kind of ‘velo’ and ances with the Angels last season.
the nines. hard.” movement. “He is probably as versatile a pitcher as
His 5.73 ERA at the time of the trade had Treinen, originally signed by the A’s in “The stuff has always been there. I think there is in the game,” Melvin said. “If ever
dropped to 3.93 by the end of the season. 2011, was traded to the Nationals in a three- the change of scenery from Washington to there is a fix-it-all (guy) and a guy that can
“You learn from it,” Treinen said. “This is team deal that brought John Jaso in 2013. us kind of gave him a new breath and he per- pitch in any inning and doesn’t make any
a business, and if you have any slip-ups A starter early in his career, Washington formed really well for us. There is no reason excuses about where he pitches, just wants
things can change quickly. It’s in the past. converted him to the bullpen, and scouts for us make any change in that role.” to perform for the team, it’s him.”


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On a role
thought film
acclaim eluded her
— then came ‘I Tonya’

Less can be more

By Talia Fine

t Carlmont High School there are
22 sports teams, more than 16
advanced placement courses, about
five choirs, three types of physical educa-
tion classes, three languages — and others
off campus — two levels of dance, two stu-
dent government classes, an entirely sepa-
rate track for biotechnology, a pathway for
journalism, advanced math and English
tracks for all four years of high school and
I want to do all of it.
If there were 48 hours
in a day I’d still try to
fill them; I’d take sign
language as well as
Spanish, attend begin-
ner’s dance, try choir, go
to both student govern-
ment classes and do
cross country and water
polo during the same season.
A charismatic ensemble cast, a sharp script and a few well-placed twists make ‘Game Night’ one of the more enjoyable big studio comedies But there aren’t 48 hours in a day, so I
in recent memory. can only do one foreign language, one
period of student government, journalism,

Bateman, McAdams anchor four advanced classes, one sport per season
and work or volunteer on the weekends —
still, all because I want to.
Why do I want to?
I know it’s too much. I know there’s no
way I can give each moving part my full

lively and fun ‘Game Night’

By Lindsey Bahr with some car chases and contrived heart. (Lamorne Morris) and the happy, handsome
attention, and yet I still try to do it all. Part
of me feels like I have to. If Spanish III
honors is offered, then I should do it, and I
sell myself short by taking “only” regular
Spanish III. If I’m not in the AP version of
European history then I feel guilty for tak-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thankfully, “Game Night” does not fall idiot Ryan (Billy Magnussen) and whatever
Instagram babe he happens to have on his ing a lesser challenge.
into that trap. A charismatic ensemble cast, But I only took one AP class my sopho-
A murder mystery party goes sideways a sharp script and a few well-placed twists arm that week.
They also have a very strange next-door more year; I knew people with three on
when violent kidnappers arrive before the make “Game Night” one of the more enjoy- their schedule. I’m only taking three
fake ones in “Game Night,” which seems on able big studio comedies in recent memory. neighbor, Gary (Jesse Plemons), a police
officer with light serial killer vibes. Always advanced classes my junior year; I have
the page to be like all the other disappoint- John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein friends doing five. I only work or volunteer
ing action-comedies of late. (“Vacation”) direct off of a script by Mark in uniform and holding his fluffy white dog,
Gary just desperately wants to be included. some weekends, but some of my fellow stu-
You know the kind, where ordinary, upper Perez, whose credits include “Accepted” and dents work every weekend and volunteer in
middle class-ish suburbanites get thrown “The Country Bears.” Plemons plays him with over-the-top seri-
ousness that makes for some of the sillier their free time. We’ve convinced ourselves
into some wacky underworld or genre situa- Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams that we want to; too much is our normal
tion. Spies live next door! We have to start anchor “Game Night” as Max and Annie, a laughs early on.
The hook of the film comes when Max’s because we are supposed to want to do it
a casino to put our kid through school! We married couple who love each other as much all.
killed a stripper!  While it’s a formula that as they love games — trivia, charades, brother Brooks (Kyle Chandler), a charis-
matic alpha male and bane of Max’s exis- We scribble essays at 2 a.m. then wake
can be brilliant and/or fun (see: everything board varieties, you name it — and win- up at 6:30 a.m. for school. We persuade our
from “After Hours” to “Adventures in ning. They live in a cul-de-sac, where all tence, attempts to one-up the normal game
night proceedings by arranging a pricey counselors to let us take seven classes all
Babysitting”), recent efforts have seemed to middle class suburban couples live in four years of high school and we just deal
result in features that feel more like extend- glossy comedies, and host a weekly game murder mystery event where one person is
with it when it gets to be too much. We go
ed Saturday Night Live sketches — a gim- night with their friends, longtime couple
mick stretched far past its worth and padded Michelle (Kylie Bunbury) and Kevin See GAME, Page 22 See STUDENT, Page 22

The language of ‘Black Panther’? It’s real. Give it a try.

By Cara Anna plays the father of the king T’Challa, said South African reality TV star Blue ing them into words at normal speed.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS played by Chadwick Boseman. Mbombo with a good-natured smile. Those “click” sounds that are unusual to
Now, in the wake of “Black Panther, ” Somikazi Deyi, a lecturer at the many outside South Africa are a combina-
JOHANNESBURG — Much of what is the language is having a moment. Even University of Cape Town’s School of tion of the Khoi and San languages of the
seen in “Black Panther” is fictional, the foundation of Nobel Peace Prize-win- Languages & Literature, said of isiXhosa: region’s original inhabitants, Deyi said.
including the country where the movie is ner and anti-apartheid activist Desmond “It’s a wonderful language. ” Deyi also dis- Now they’re a key part of isiXhosa, which
based. But in Wakanda, they do speak a Tutu, who rarely makes public statements missed any assertion that the clicks of the is spoken by almost everyone in Eastern
language that is very much real, with dis- these days at the age of 86, pointed out language were hard to grasp. Cape province and whose famous speak-
tinctive click sounds that had some cast this week on Twitter: “Archbishop Tutu “They’re kind of easy, ” she said. ers include South Africa’s first black pres-
members struggling to speak it. comes from a (hash)Xhosa background as She walked the Associated Press ident, Nelson Mandela.
“The clicks are no joke, ” Oscar-winning well. ” through it. For the “X” sound, push your IsiXhosa carries a person’s emotional
actress Lupita Nyong’o said recently, Some South Africans at the film’s tongue against the side of your mouth and identity, a sense of kinship, Deyi said.
calling isiXhosa “one of the hardest lan- Johannesburg premiere said it was hum- click as if calling a horse. For the “C” “You own it. You’re in control. There’s
guages on the planet. ” bling to hear isiXhosa spoken in a major sound, do the same but against your front some spirituality to it. ”
The idea to use isiXhosa, one of South Hollywood film, even if they found the teeth. You speak more to a person’s heart
Africa’s 11 official languages, in the accents of some actors a little eyebrow- And for the “Q” sound, pop the tip of when using their Xhosa clan name, she
blockbuster came from South African raising. your tongue off the roof of your mouth. added — a reason why Mandela is often
actor and cast member John Kani. Kani “I’m not so impressed, but they tried, ” The tricky part, perhaps, is incorporat- warmly called “Madiba” in South Africa.
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leads an
presenting five WORD FOR WORD AT Z BELOW. Through March 11,
short stories Word for Word, which has been creating theatre out of short
from Author stories for over 20 years, presents ‘Lucia Berlin: Stories,’
Lucia Berlin’s ‘A five short pieces
Manual For that paint a
Cleaning woman’s journey
Women.’ The through alcoholism
short pieces are and the unlikely
presented by places it takes her.
Word for Word at Berlin rose to liter-
Z Below until ary fame in Aug.
March 11. 2015, 11 years after
her death, with the
publication of a
volume of her
selected stories, ‘A
Manual For Cleaning Women.’ It hit The New York Times
Bestseller List in its second week, and within a few weeks,
had outsold all her previous books combined. Word for
Word’s chosen stories from that book — “Her First Detox,”
“Emergency Room Notebook 1977,” “Unmanageable,”
“502” and “Here It Is Saturday” — are set to a jazz score by
Marcus Shelby. Directed by Nancy Shelby and JoAnne
Winter. Two hours and 20 minutes with one intermission.
intimate performance space that keeps the audience close to
the on-stage action. 470 Florida St. (between 17th and
Mariposa streets). San Francisco. The neighborhood is
punctuated with trendy art galleries and restaurants.
Performances are 7 p.m. Wednesday - Thursday; 8 p.m.
Friday - Saturday; and 3 p.m. Sunday. Tickets $20-50 at or (866) 811-4111. Through March 11.
AN ASIDE: Directors Nancy Shelby and JoAnne Winter
said: “With Word for Word, extraordinarily crafted language
is always the baseline when choosing works to perform.
Wit and irony run through Lucia’s stories. Reading them
you feel like you are sitting at her table gossiping with her,
but the writing is also smart, sometimes devastating. We
have chosen five of Berlin’s stories which track a woman’s
journey to sobriety. It is a hero’s journey. And at its end,
like the Joseph Campbell archetype, Lucia Berlin’s hero
brings the benefits of her struggles in the innermost cave
back to her community.”
THE BEGINNING. Word for Word invites audiences to
public, staged readings of short stories under consideration
as future shows, to see the very first steps of the process of
bringing a work from the page to the stage in the Word for
Word style. After the reading, viewers engage in a conver-
sation with company members. For information about
upcoming readings visit http://www. zspace. org/about-
wordforword/ or call (866) 811-4111.
“Born Yesterday.” It was the 1946 Broadway stage hit and
the 1950 screen gem that made a star out of Judy Holliday as
Billie Dawn, the former showgirl and not-quite-fiancée to
Harry Brock, a loutish businessman come to Washington,
D.C., to seal some deals. The rough-edged Harry thinks it’s
Billie who needs “polishing,” so while he pursues his unsa-
vory negotiations, he hires a journalist to “smarten her
up.” But Billie’s sudden intake of book-learning gives
Harry more than he bargained for as it gets her thinking
about what her life with Harry is ... and what a life without
Harry might be. With a smashing Millie Brooks sparkling
as the ditzy Billie, this classic, fast-paced, wisecrack-filled
comedy is as fresh as newly minted and as smart as it can be.
For tickets (from $25) or information call (415) 677-9596
or visit San Francisco Playhouse is
located at 450 Post St. in San Francisco, on the second
floor of the Kensington Park Hotel, one-half block from
Union Square in the heart of Downtown San Francisco.

Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre

Critics Circle and the American Theatre Critics Association. She may
be reached at
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Janney thought film acclaim eluded her — then came ‘I Tonya’
By Lindsey Bahr

LOS ANGELES — The Academy Awards seem like formal-

ity when it comes to the best supporting actress category
this year.
Since the world devoured Allison Janney’s brilliantly
acidic performance as Tonya Harding’s abusive mother in
“I, Tonya,” she has won nearly every major award she’s
been up for, including a BAFTA, a Screen Actors Guild
award, a Golden Globe and a Critics’ Choice prize.
Perhaps the only surprising fact is that this is the first
Oscar nomination ever for the 58-year-old actress, who has
seven Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Awards to her name
(and two Tony nominations). Though she has been in
Oscar-winning movies such as “Juno” and “The Help,” the
attention for those films did not revolve around her.
“I kind of thought maybe this moment had eluded me in
my career, that I just wasn’t getting the kind of roles in
films that were giving me, getting me recognition,” Janney
reflected recently at the Oscars nominees’ luncheon.
And it’s all thanks to her longtime friend, screenwriter
Steven Rogers, who had the idea to seek out the life rights
to Tonya Harding’s story. He had two demands for whoever
was going to help get the movie made: First, no one was
allowed to rewrite him. Second, Janney was to play LaVona
Golden. He’d known Janney for decades, since he met her at Allison Janney’s has a brilliantly acidic performance as Tonya Harding’s abusive mother in ‘I,Tonya.’ She has won nearly every
New York’s Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater major award she’s been up for, including a BAFTA, a Screen Actors Guild award, a Golden Globe and a Critics’ Choice prize.
when he was only 17 (she’s just a few years older than him),
and had written parts for her before. But it hadn’t worked out
“I said, ‘I want it in writing or it’s a deal breaker.’ I said it
before she had even read the script or even said she would do
it,” Rogers said. “But I knew. I was like, ‘This time I’m
finally going to get her.”’
It might not seem like the most flattering thing to have
your good friend think of you as the chain-smoking, bitter,
abusive and overall controversial matriarch to the most
infamous figure skater in history, who tells her young
daughter to “skate wet” after she pees her pants on the ice,
and regularly hits her. But Janney was thrilled.
“I’ve played a lot of mothers in my life,” Janney, who
stars as a recovering alcoholic on the CBS sitcom “Mom,”
said late last year. “But never anyone to the degree that this
one was messed up.”
Rogers, who used accounts of Tonya Harding and her ex-
husband Jeff Gillooly to inform the screenplay and story,
never actually met LaVona Golden while he was writing the
script. Harding told him that she didn’t know if her mother
was dead or alive (she is alive and continues to deny abuse
Thus the character in “I, Tonya” is based on an amalgama-
tion of interviews, documentary footage from 1986 (in
which LaVona conducts her interview with a bird on her
shoulder), stories from Harding and Gillooly and some
artistic license.
“It’s a pretty hard character and I hope the reason he want-
ed me to play her was because I would try my hardest ... to
find her humanity,” Janney said. “A lot of that was written
in what Steven wrote in the direct address to the camera.
That gave me a lot of clues as to who she was. She’s a
woman who gave her whole life to her daughter. Every
penny she made went to her daughter’s skating. She sees
herself as a woman who tried her hardest to give her daugh-
ter a better life than she had. Those scenes helped me find
her humanity, helped me find what made her a human being,
not just an on the page monster.”
For Janney, the experience of disappearing behind this
woman who never smiles and never apologizes was liberat-
ing. And she found the nuance behind the steely exterior.
“My heart broke a little for her watching all these inter-
views because I could see under her denial, the hurt that’s
there,” Janney said. When someone says ‘I don’t care, I
could care less that we don’t talk on the phone,’ it’s like, ‘of
course you do.”’
She even enjoyed the test of acting while trying to ignore
the bird perched on her shoulder for the scenes where she’s
talking directly to the camera, in what she describes as the
“Defending Your Life” sequence.
“It’s like the bird heard me and said, ‘Oh yeah?’ Let’s see
if you can ignore me when I’m putting my head in your
ear,”’ Janney said. “I thought this is exactly the kind of
humor that is perfect for this movie. I kind of loved it; as
much as it was irritating me, it was also fueling me as I was
trying to get my side of the story across.”
Janney was distraught about not being able to have met
her subject. She had a laundry list of questions she would
have wanted to ask. What kind of upbringing did she have?
What were her mother and father like? What happened with
each of her four husbands? And, perhaps most importantly:
What did she want to do when she was growing up? Did she
have her own dreams?
“That would have been great to know,” Janney said last
year. So she used Rogers’ script as her guide, and so far it
has served her well on the road to the Oscars.
No matter what happens at the Academy Awards on March
4, where she’s up against Laurie Metcalf (“Lady Bird”),
Lesley Manville (“Phantom Thread”), Octavia Spencer
(“The Shape of Water”) and Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound”),
Janney is just hopeful for what this might mean for her
future in film.
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Study finds female protagonists decreased in 2017 films

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS University released its annual “It’s a Man’s cent of films featured 10 or more female sive shift in the film industry.”
(Celluloid) World” on Thursday. It found characters in speaking roles, 79 percent had However, black female characters
NEW YORK — While 2017 may have that females comprised 24 percent of pro- 10 or more male characters. increased from 14 percent to 16 percent, and
been the year of “Wonder Woman,” but a tagonists last year, down from 29 percent in “In an awards season when talk about Latinas went from 3 percent to 7 percent.
new study finds that female protagonists 2016 despite high-profile releases like women and gender has been top of mind, we Asian females increased from 6 percent to 7
were down 5 percent in the year’s 100 top- “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and “Beauty and need to separate hyperbole from reality,” percent.
grossing films. the Beast” — 2017’s top two films at the said Martha Lauzen, executive director of The study analyzed 2,361 characters from
The Center for the Study of Women in box office. the San Diego State center. “The numbers do 2017’s top 100 films at the box office. It
Television and Film at San Diego State Researchers determined that while 32 per- not yet reflect claims of a tectonic or mas- has been conducted annually since 2002.

single opportunity. They won’t be able to. Monday, odd periods on Tuesdays and be knocked down a peg.

Continued from page 19
For example, if I had homework in only a
few core subjects, which studies say is
most beneficial, I would have continued my
Thursdays, even periods on Wednesdays
and Fridays, and zero and seventh period
every day (if students have those) so stu-
Schools need to provide their students
with more perspective because from where
we sit, school looks like everything,
guitar lessons after school. If sports prac- dents don’t have to do the homework for which is why students are overworked,
tices weren’t three hours a day, five days a every class every single day. Menlo- tired, depressed, anxious and feeling like
abroad in the summer and take standardized Atherton has all classes on Mondays,
week, I’d look forward to them more. If I they have to take every opportunity that
testing prep courses freshman year. We Tuesdays and Fridays and block scheduling
wasn’t allowed to take the SAT until age comes their way. There are simply too
think we want to. on Wednesdays and Thursdays for the same
16, perhaps I could have volunteered at the many things to do and not enough hours in
When our school offers as many opportu- animal shelter, instead of filling my time reason. a day for us to do it all; students can’t keep
nities as it does, we feel like we need to taking a SAT prep course. If I were limited But it isn’t enough, yet. Draining pas- thinking they want to. School is not
take all of them. to three advanced courses, I’d choose them sion all day then sleeping for about six everything; school is simply the pushing
However, the sheer number of choices is more wisely and based on legitimate pas- hours at night, and doing it all over again off point for us to get to a bigger and better
not the aspect of education that should be sion and interest. in the morning is not sustainable and it world, so we shouldn’t try to cram all we
changed; the opportunities are good, but Luckily, schools have started to adapt definitely shouldn’t be the norm. can into our experience.
schools let too much happen. They have their schedules in an effort to give students Schools can set homework schedules,
control over everything, from homework less school. Carlmont High School has facilitate teams, use the College Board
policies to the coaching staff; by eliminat- students with seven classes starting at 8 universal standardized tests and deter-
ing and restricting activities that they a.m., but students who have fewer classes mine course requisites. Districts can Talia Fine is a junior at Carlmont High School in
Belmont. Student News appears in the weekend
facilitate and know to be excessive, stu- start later in the morning so they can sleep have more authority over homework edition. You can email Student News at
dents won’t feel as pressured to take every in. Sequoia High School has all periods on loads. The intensity of sports teams can

all part of the game. The somewhat ridicu- group of actors just works together. They wearing thin and a too-earnest side plot

Continued from page 19
lous misunderstanding, while definitely
milked for all it’s worth, does eventually go
away and the couples are all invested in try-
have an easy chemistry with one another
that resembles that sort of lived-in friend-
ship that usually only comes across midway
about Max and Annie’s shifting plans to
have a kid. But it kind of redeems itself by
the end with a series of twists and turns fit-
ing to help Brooks get out of trouble. Also through the first season of a sitcom. That ting of the absurd premise.
by this point Ryan has introduced a different and there are a lot of giddily executed movie “Game Night,” a Warner Bros. release, is
kidnapped and the rest have to try to solve kind of date in his co-worker Sarah, who is references. rated R by the Motion Picture Association
it. So no one is the wiser when real kidnap- played by the wonderful Sharon Horgan. Of course “Game Night” isn’t perfect, and of America for “language, sexual references
pers show up and beat Brooks to a pulp Attempting to explain why a comedy an electric first hour gives way to a slow and some violence.” Running time: 100
before taking him away, thinking that it is works is a kind of futile exercise, but this third act that’s handicapped by the gimmick minutes. Three stars out of four.
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less disturbing, were also a focus for her in friendly atmosphere for residents. Though year, but they also weighed concerns about

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alleviating the effects of traffic on San
Mateo neighborhoods.
“We’re really trying to see what we can do
Rodriguez looked to the city’s effort to
update the general plan to chart a vision for
downtown, he hoped ideas such as making
how the combined effect of new develop-
ments would play out in neighborhoods.
For Councilwoman Maureen Freschet, ques-
for the neighborhoods that are feeling stretches of streets pedestrian-only on tions about how and when the effects of
regional impacts,” she said. Sundays could be tested in the meantime to recently-completed developments — espe-
“It’s important to me that we create inform the process. cially in areas like the Delaware Street cor-
Papan was not alone in setting her sights
opportunities for people to get around town “I think that we are so lucky to have our ridor — are evaluated before new ones are
on downtown improvements in the coming
and to get to work quickly and efficiently downtown,” he said. “We can do more to approved would shape future discussions.
year, and joined Mayor Rick Bonilla in
and safely,” he said. make it a destination, a family-friendly des- “We have an obligation to provide afford-
voicing support for efforts to reach out to
Goethals looked to stepped-up traffic businesses in a wide variety of industries, tination that’s safe to walk to that’s clean- able housing, but we also have an obliga-
enforcement efforts such as signs showing including retail, to see if they can help er, that ideally would have more cultural tion to protect the quality of life for San
drivers their speeds through neighbor- diversify the downtown experience for vis- arts opportunities.” Mateo’s current residents,” she said in an
hoods and new ideas to address bottlenecks itors in the coming year. Acknowledging the city has been on email, adding that new construction has
at major city thoroughfares like Hillsdale For Bonilla, an increasing number of strong financial footing in recent years, impacts on the city’s complex resources.
Boulevard, Delaware Street, Norfolk Street comments about litter and stained side- Rodriguez acknowledged the effect the “We need to ensure that we are prepared to
and Fourth Avenue, while Deputy Mayor walks on downtown streets has spurred talk city’s unfunded pension liabilities, which meet new demands.”
Diane Papan anticipated some parts of San about how to engage downtown visitors currently stand at $215 million, could have Though Goethals looked to exploring
Mateo may feel relief when traffic mitiga- and business owners in keeping the city on achieving the council’s many goals if how former downtown redevelopment sites
tion measures developed at traffic action center clean. Though Bonilla acknowledged officials don’t take steps to pay them. in the city could be used to address the hous-
plan meetings in previous months take the city regularly cleans streets to keep Though councilmembers agreed finding ing and jobs imbalance and Bonilla favored
shape. storm drains clear of debris, he hoped new ways to pay down the city’s unfunded further research as to how cities could pool
By identifying low-cost improvements increased communication with business liabilities would be critical to its long-term funds to make loans to affordable housing
such as signs, striping or signal timing owners and residents about small steps, financial success, they suggested the city developers, both acknowledged future
improvements and more intensive projects such as using and clearing trash bins, could focus on exploring how much revenue could development would have to contend with
such as flashing crosswalk beacons at help the city make progress on these be generated from new hotels and working the effects of increased traffic traveling to
crosswalks and studies on cut-through traf- issues. with business owners to understand what and through the city.
fic, Papan hoped the city could improve “We’re actually spending a lot of money conditions make them successful. Bonilla said exploring measures pro-
traffic in neighborhoods affected by on- to put in traps to catch all that stuff,” he “We’ve had the longest sustained posi- posed at the state and local level would be
and off-ramps for Highway 101 and State said, regarding the efforts to keep storm tive economy that I think we’ve seen in our critical to finding ways to build housing in
Route 92. Papan said dedicating some of drains both downtown and across the city lifetimes,” said Goethals. “So we are plan- concert with public transit, and that change
the funds collected by Measure S, a locally- clear. “But also I think we need to have a ning for long-term financial stability and would likely take shape after several meas-
controlled quarter-cent sales tax expected to little civic pride.” that means really taking seriously our ures are implemented regionally.
generate more than $5.5 million annually, For Councilman Eric Rodriguez, the sight unfunded pension liability.” “We’re really lucky to have 101 and 92
to mitigate traffic in neighborhoods, as of families with strollers downtown has Several councilmembers also pegged and we’re really unlucky to have 101 and
well as studying how horns from trains been encouraging, leaving him hopeful the finding ways to contribute to the region’s 92,” said Bonilla. “There’s no magic wand
using the Caltrain corridor could be made city can continue to foster a pedestrian- housing stock as a priority in the coming to fix this.”

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Sunday School 9:00 am Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm
Sunday Worship Services 10:00 am Minister J.S. Oxendine
Wednesday Worship 7pm
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2 So. Claremont St.
San Mateo
(650) 342-2541
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Mid-Week Lent & Holy Week Schedule Of Services 2018

Grace Lutheran School Pre-K to 8th Grade

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dreds of hours of unnecessary work.

GENENTECH “They drain a lot of resources from
the county because they’re unwilling Calendar
Continued from page 1 to vet which [appeals] are meritorious SATURDAY, FEB. 24 Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
before filing them,” she said. “We Blood Centers of the Pacific Blood Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
have to review every appeal and deter- Drive. 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. San Mateo Learn how to manage pain with
based company is contesting taxes Elks Lodge, 229 W. 20th Ave., San over-the-counter and prescription
imposed on its land, improvements mine whether or not there’s any valid- Mateo. Pre-registration is highly pain medicines. Talks are led by
and personal property including ity to it.” desired. For more information call Walgreens representatives. For more
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machinery and equipment for five Archer noted the challenge of
years spanning 2000 to 2006. Of par- assessing property in an industry with Last Saturday of the Month MONDAY, FEB. 26
Breakfast. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. The Maturing Gracefully: Heart Valve
ticular focus in the suit are adjustments developing technology, and said the American Legion Post 409, 757 San Surgery. Noon to 1 p.m. Belmont
made to assessed value of the property county is in the process of asking the Mateo Ave., San Bruno. Breakfast Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas,
court to weigh in on the board’s deci- with drinks is $10 for adults and $6 Belmont. Presentation by Dr. Adam
in 2008 by the Assessor’s Office after for children 12 years old and under. Harmon from Dignity Health
it audited information the company sion that costs related to the installa- For more information call 345-7388. Sequoia Hospital. For more informa-
provided about the value of its proper- tion and maintenance of equipment not tion contact
San Bruno American Legion Post:
ty against its own books. be included in their assessable value. All-You-Can-Eat Monthly Basic Electronics: Soldering. 4 p.m.
Though Genentech paid the adjusted latest of many actions Genentech has Without accounting for set-up, labor Breakfast. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. 757 SSF Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. Cost $10 South San Francisco. Solder LEDs to
assessments and filed an appeal with taken to dispute its assessments over and other costs associated with operat- adults, $6 for children 12 and under. circuit boards. Bring custom projects
the board, the business is not satisfied the years and does not clearly state ing machinery, the equipment cannot For more information call 344-5200. or practice with starter series.
be taxed at its full cash value, accord- Recommended for ages 12 and up.
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sion, citing among several claims that which included applying a deprecia- ing to a writ filed by the county in p.m. Marina Branch Library, 1530
the method the board used for assign- tion table that was vetted and put into September. In a response to the coun- Swan Court, San Mateo. Event is
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tion, she reiterated the company’s with a specific set of professional tables put in place by the Board of 840 W. Orange Ave., South San Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
Francisco. Limited supplies. All levels San Francisco. 18 and over. For more
objective is to be assessed fairly. experiences that act on behalf of the Equalization would suffice until further welcome. For more information con- information call 829-3860.
“Genentech is one of San Mateo Board of Supervisors and is independ- efforts could be made by industry and tact
ent from both the Assessor’s and Tax Tex tile Tuesday : Custom Pillow
County’s largest property taxpayers officials to understand the value of Who’s in Your Neighborhood? Case. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 840 W. Orange
and is committed to contributing posi- Collector’s offices. equipment and machinery used by Meeting the Diver se Research Ave., South San Francisco. Supplies
Lead Deputy County Counsel Needs of Your Community. 10:30 include 3/4 yard main color, 1/4 yard
tively to the local economy and com- today’s biotech companies. a.m. to noon. Grace Lutheran trim and 1/4 yard contrast band. For
munity — both through our business Rebecca Archer, who has been “The [Board of Equalization] tables Church, 2825 Alameda de las Pulgas, more information contact
operations and our philanthropic ini- involved in litigating Genentech’s are the best thing we have at this
San Mateo. Free. For more informa-
tion call 306-3423.
tiatives,” she said in an email. “Our property tax assessment appeals, point,” she said. “Industry participated Justice and Cook ing with Bryant
goal is to pay the amount of tax we noted the company’s practice of filing in creating them and they may not be Fixit Clinic. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. San Terry. 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Millbrae
appeals without consideration for their Bruno Library, 701 W. Angus Ave., San Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae.
believe is legally owed.” perfect. We’re happy to use them as a Bruno. Learn about and repair bro- Blending cooking tips with social
According to Beiers, the suit is the merit has resulted in what could be hun- county.” ken items. For more information justice. For more information call
contact 697-7607.

Lunar New Year. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Journalist to discuss Russian

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obtain the government’s permission
before exercising their private proper-
ty rights.
permit from the commission. The
appeals court upheld a similar ruling
and a preliminary injunction issued by
San Mateo County History Museum,
2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Free
event including performances in the
courtyard and craft activities for the
children. For more information call
memoir. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. San
Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third
Ave., San mateo. Peninsula journalist
Michelle Carter will talk about her
memoir, ‘From Under the Russian
Snow.’ For more information call
In October, the California Supreme San Mateo County Superior Court 522-7849.
Court turned down an appeal by Khosla Judge Barbara Mallach in 2014, requir- Toy Hack. Noon to 1:30 p.m. South
Khosla, a co-founder of Sun ing Khosla to keep access to the beach San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Poetry Night with Tanu Wakefield
for review of a state Court of Appeal featuring Shik ha Malaviya. 7 p.m.
Mycrosystems, broke state law when open the same amount as the previous
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
decision issued in August. In its August Transform toys into interesting to 8:30 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110
he blocked the public from Martins owners. The beach is used by surfers, sculptures. For more information Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. For
decision, the appeals court said Khosla
Beach, south of Half Moon Bay. He families and fishermen. contact more information contact bel-
could not block access to the beach
bought a $32.5 million beachfront Letters Home from Stanford. Noon
through adjacent land he bought in The rulings were made in a lawsuit
property there in 2008 about 30 miles to 2 p.m. Stanford Bookstore, 519 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28
2008 unless he obtained a permit from filed by the San Clemente-based Lasuen Mall, Stanford. Author Alison Free Pet ‘Fixes.’ 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Pet
south of San Francisco.
the California Coastal Commission. Surfrider Foundation against two beach Carpenter Davis will sign and discuss Food Express, 6925 Mission St., Daly
her book. For more information con- City. Free spaying and neutering
His attorneys say California’ courts The panel said ending public access management companies created by tact clinic hosted by the Peninsula
wrongly decided that owners of private is a form of development as defined in Khosla. Humane Society. Surgery performed
Author Talk : ‘Inside Job: How by a licensed vet in an SPCA surgery
American Elections Are Still vehicle. One pet per family. Cats and
Rigged Against Voters’ by Seteven dogs only. For more information call
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Moon Bay. Donations to the scholar- Special Film Screening: ‘The
ship fund encouraged but not Painter Sam Francis.’ 6 p.m. to 7:30
required. For more information con- p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W.
tact Third Ave., San Mateo. Sam Francis
was an internationally acclaimed
SUNDAY, FEB. 25 abstract expressionist painter, and
Hung Liu: All Over the Map. 1 p.m. one of San Mateo’s native sons. For
to 5 p.m. Sanchez Art Center, 1220 more information call 522-7811.
Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica. Exhibition
by renowned Chinese painter and Library Film Nights: ‘The Florida
printmaker Hung Liu. For more infor- Project.’ 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Millbrae
mation call 355-1894. Library Community Rooms, 1 Library
Ave., Millbrae. Ages 16 and older. For
Concert: Melody of China. 2 p.m. to more information call 697-7607.
3 pm. Belmont Library, 1110
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. For THURSDAY, MARCH 1
more information contact bel- Free Pet ‘Fixes.’ 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. The Shops at Tanforan, 1150 El Camino
Real, San Bruno. For more informa-
Walgreens Talk : Pain tion call 340-7022.
Management. 3 p.m. South San
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104 Training 110 Employment 110 Employment

The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi-
fieds will not be responsible for more NEWSPAPER INTERNS
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- JOURNALISM
bility shall be limited to the price of one The Daily Journal is looking for in-
insertion. No allowance will be made for terns to do entry level reporting, re-
errors not materially affecting the value search, updates of our ongoing fea-
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- so welcome.
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate
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105 Education/Instruction intelligent, aggressive and talented in-
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TENNIS College students or recent graduates
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Please send a cover letter describing

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and three recent clips. Before you ap-
ENTIRE PENINSULA ply, you should familiarize yourself
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Now accepting Send your information via e-mail to or by reg-
new students. Caregivers
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mail: SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales
w Representative needed to sell newspa-
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Day or Night
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Burlingame, Ca 94010
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on all assignments. The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking San Francisco, CA 94080
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The San Mateo Daily Journal’s
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Every Tuesday & Weekend
Look for it in today’s paper to
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NOW HIRING 203 Public Notices
The following person is doing business
as: Cardenas 2)Cardenas Restaurant
3)Cardenas Market 4)Cardenas Markets,
Prospecting is a key element of this position. You will develop new business 1731 E. Bayshore Road, EAST PALO
ALTO, CA 94303. Registered Owner: Mi
Pueblo Newco, LLC, DE & CA. The busi-
and manage the sales cycle from start to finish: ness is conducted by a Limited Liability
Company. The registrants commenced
This statement was filed with the Asses-
 OFUXPSLJOHFOHBHFNFOUTPOUIFUBSHFUT sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18).
The following person is doing business
as: Dunkin Donuts, 240 El Camino Real,
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered
t$POUSJCVUFUPBQPTJUJWFUFBNFOWJSPONFOU The best career seekers Owner: CDK San Carlos LLC, CA. The
business is conducted by a Limited Lia-
read the Daily Journal. bility Company. The registrants com-
To succeed at the Daily Journal, you will need the following: menced to transact business under the
FBN on N/A.
We will help you recruit qualified, talented
/s/Tina Ruddy/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/2/2018. (Publish-
The Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18).
t4USPOHQSFTFOUBUJPOTLJMMT range of qualifications for all types of positions.
t&òFDUJWFUJNFNBOBHFNFOUTLJMMT For the best value and the best results, STATEMENT #276528
The following person is doing business
recruit from the Daily Journal... as: A. K. Bruce Design, 447 San Francis-
tered Owner: Allison K. Bruce, same ad-
t&YQFSJFODFJOEJHJUBMTBMFTJTBQMVT Contact us for a free consultation dress. The business is conducted by an
Individual. The registrants commenced
to transact business under the FBN on
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Call (650) 344-5200 or 2/2/2018.
/s/Allison K. Bruce/
Email: This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/2/2018. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18).
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203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE
sTATEmEnT #276465 sTATEmEnT #276716 sTATEmEnT #276786
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Perfectly Blended, 1301 Ralston Ave, as: RDZ Ventures, 362 Beverly Dr., SAN as: Workouts on Wheels, 100 Skywood
BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own- CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner: Way, WOODSIDE, CA 94062. Regis-
er: La Ron A. Wilson, 2624 Isabelle Ave., Rosemarie Dela Cruz, same address. tered Owner: Anne Marie Bourgeois,
San Mateo, CA 94403. The business is The business is conducted by an Individ- same address. The business is conduct-
conducted by an Individual. The regis- ual. The registrants commenced to ed by an Individual. The registrants
trants commenced to transact business transact business under the FBN on commenced to transact business under
under the FBN on 1-22-18. Sept. 2017. the FBN on January 1989.
/s/La Ron Wilson/ /s/Rosemarie A. Dela Cruz/ /s/Anne Bourgeois/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/16/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/17/18,
2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18, 3/3/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal 2/24/18,
2/24/18, 3/3/18, 3/10/18). 3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18)

FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE

sTATEmEnT #276568 sTATEmEnT #276697 FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business sTATEmEnT #276790
as: Strategic Marketing Solutions, 1825
Mezes Ave, BELMONT, CA 94002.
as: Precision Pacific Construction, 135 The following person is doing business over the Hedge over the Hedge over the Hedge
Rogers Ave, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. as: Simple Dainty Jewelry, 149 PICCA-
Registered Owner: Deborah Siegle, Registered Owner: Boris Rokh, same ad- DILLY PL, UNIT G, SAN BRUNO, CA
same address. The business is conduct- dress. The business is conducted by an 94066. Registered Owner: Lay & Au
ed by an Individual. The registrants Individual. The registrants commenced
commenced to transact business under LLC, CA. The business is conducted by
to transact business under the FBN on a Limited Liability Company. The regis-
the FBN on 1999. 01/01/1997.
/s/Deborah Siegle/ trants commenced to transact business
/s/Boris Rokh/ under the FBN on N/A.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/6/2018. (Publish- /s/Dylan Lay/
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/17/18,
2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18, 3/3/18). sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published
2/24/18, 3/3/18, 3/10/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/24/18,
3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18).
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE
sTATEmEnT #276611 sTATEmEnT #276571
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business noTICE oF PETITIon To
as: Total Back Care, 951 Industrial Road, as: Eclectique, 830 Palmetto Ave., PA- ADmInIsTER EsTATE oF
Suite B, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Reg- CIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Owners: Leigh Page Browder
istered Owner: Dr. Nick Athens, same 1)Steven L. Baca, 900 Palmetto Ave., Case Number: 18PRO00133
address. The business is conducted by Pacifica, CA 94044 2)Lisa L. Rex, 5528 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
an Individual. The registrants com- Alaska Dr., Concord, CA 94521. The tingent creditors, and persons who may
menced to transact business under the business is conducted by a General Part- otherwise be interested in the will or es-
FBN on 11-8-96.
/s/Dr. Nick Athens/
nership. The registrants commenced to tate, or both, of Lee Browder. A Petition 203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices
transact business under the FBN on N/A. for Probate has been filed by Todd Brow-
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Steven L. Baca/
sor-County Clerk on 2/8/2018. (Publish- der in the Superior Court of California, oRDER To sHoW CAusE FoR name changes described above must file gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte
/Lisa L. Rex/ County of San Mateo. The Petition for CHAnGE oF nAmE a written objection that includes the rea- tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, This statement was filed with the Asses-
2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18, 3/3/18). Probate requests that Todd Browder be CASE# 18CIV00600 sons for the objection at least two court costos exentos por imponer un grava-
sor-County Clerk on 2/6/18. (Published in appointed as personal representative to SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, days before the matter is scheduled to men sobre cualquier recuperación de
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/24/18, administer the estate of the decedent. COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, be heard and must appear at the hearing $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me-
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE 3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18). The petition requests authority to admin- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, to show cause why the petition should diante un acuerdo o una concesión de
sTATEmEnT #276312 ister the estate under the Independent REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 not be granted. If no written objection is arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil.
The following person is doing business Administration of Estates Act. (This au- PETITION OF timely filed, the court may grant the peti- Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte
as: Keila Rira, 2626 Alameda de las Pul- FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE thority will allow the personal representa- Evelyn Margaret Skye tion without a hearing. A hearing on the antes de que la corte pueda desechar el
gas, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Regis- sTATEmEnT #276715 tive to take many actions without obtain- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: petition shall be held on 03/27/18 at 9 caso.
tered Owner: Kenyon Lee, same ad- The following person is doing business ing court approval. Before taking certain Petitioner: Evelyn Margaret Skye filed a a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, The name and address of the court is (El
dress. The business is conducted by an as: JCBERRY STYLE, 1525 Sullivan very important actions, however, the per- petition with this court for a decree Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU-
Individual. The registrants commenced Ave. #8, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Regis- sonal representative will be required to changing name as follows: Order to Show Cause shall be published PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA
to transact business under the FBN on tered Owner: Cherisse Ann P. Baet, give notice to interested persons unless Present Name: Reese Aki Ehrlich at least once each week for four succes- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 County
6/7/2006. same address. The business is conduct- Proposed Name: Reese Aki Skye sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Center, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063.
ed by an Individual. The registrants they have waived notice or consented to
/s/Kenyon Lee/ the proposed action.) The independent ing on the petition in the following news- The name, address, and telephone num-
This statement was filed with the Asses- commenced to transact business under THE COURT ORDERS that all persons paper of general circulation: ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with-
the FBN on N/A. administration authority will be granted interested in this matter shall appear be- San Mateo Daily Journal out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc-
sor-County Clerk on 1/12/2018. (Publish- unless an interested person files an ob-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, /s/Cherisse Ann P.Baet/ fore this court at the hearing indicated Filed: 2/13/2018 ción y el número de teléfono del aboga-
This statement was filed with the Asses- jection to the petition and shows good below to show cause, if any, why the pe- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ do del demandante, o del demandante
2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18, 3/3/18). cause why the court should not grant the
sor-County Clerk on 2/16/18. (Published tition for change of name should not be Judge of the Superior Court que no tiene abogado, es):
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/24/18, authority. granted. Any person objecting to the Dated: 2/8/2018 Jenny R. Gong, Esq. Bar#306535
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE 3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18). A hearing on the petition will be held in name changes described above must file (Published 2/17/18, 2/24/18, 3/3/18, Reese Law Group
sTATEmEnT #276690 this court as follows: MAR. 19, 2018 at a written objection that includes the rea- 3/10/18) 3168 Lionshead Ave.
The following person is doing business 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior sons for the objection at least two court CARLSBAD, CA 92010
as: LUNCHMASTER 2 GO, 601 Taylor FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE Court of California, County of San Mateo, days before the matter is scheduled to (760)842-5850
Way, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- sTATEmEnT #276771 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA be heard and must appear at the hearing FILED: 4/20/2017
tered Owner: NOB HILL CATERING, The following person is doing business 94063. to show cause why the petition should DATE (Fecha): 4/20/2017
INC., CA. The business is conducted by as: Melinamade Interiors, 515 Edgemar If you object to the granting of the peti- not be granted. If no written objection is summons (CITACIon JuDICIAL) Clerk (Secretario) by, Rodina M. Catala-
a Corporation. The registrants com- Ave., PACIFICA, CA 94044. Registered tion, you should appear at the hearing timely filed, the court may grant the peti- CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): no
menced to transact business under the Owner: Melina Copass, same address. and state your objections or file written tion without a hearing. A hearing on the 17CLJ01763. Deputy (Adjunto) Jordan Maxwell
FBN on N/A. The business is conducted by an Individ- objections with the court before the hear- petition shall be held on 03/22/18 at 9 noTICE To DEFEnDAnT: DONNA NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED:
/s/Ted Giouzelis/ ual. The registrants commenced to ing. Your appearance may be in person a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, JEAN MCKINLEY and DOES 1 TO 10 You are served
This statement was filed with the Asses- transact business under the FBN on 1-1- or by your attorney. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this - as an individual defendant
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/18. (Published 12. If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- Order to Show Cause shall be published You ARE BEInG suED BY - by personal delivery on (date)
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/17/18, /s/Melina Copass/ itor of the decedent, you must file your at least once each week for four succes- PLAInTIFF: STATE FARM MUTUAL (SEAL)
2/24/18, 3/3/18, 3/10/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- claim with the court and mail a copy to sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
sor-County Clerk on 2/22/18. (Published the personal representative appointed by ing on the petition in the following news- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/24/18, the court within the later of either (1) four paper of general circulation: NOTICE! You have been sued. The court nal: 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18)
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE 3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18). San Mateo Daily Journal may decide against you without your be-
sTATEmEnT #276689 months from the date of first issuance of
letters to a general personal representa- Filed: 2/7/2018 ing heard unless you respond within 30
The following person is doing business /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ days. Read the information below.
as: NOSTIMO CUISINE, 601 Taylor FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days Judge of the Superior Court You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after
Way, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Regis- sTATEmEnT #276646 Dated: 2/5/2018 this summons and legal papers are
tered Owner: NOB HILL CATERING, The following person is doing business from the date of mailing or personal de- (Published 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18, served on you to file a written response
INC., CA. The business is conducted by as: Safety First Instruction, 48 Parkrose livery to you of a notice under sectioin 3/3/18) at this court and have a copy served on
a Corporation. The registrants com- Avenue, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Regis- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not
menced to transact business under the tered Owner: Scott Rea, same address. er California statutes and legal authority protect you. Your written response must
FBN on N/A. The business is conducted by an Individ- may affect your rights as a creditor. You be in proper legal form if you want the
/s/Ted Giouzelis/ ual. The registrants commenced to may want to consult with an attorney court to hear your case. There may be a
This statement was filed with the Asses- transact business under the FBN on knowledgable in California law. oRDER To sHoW CAusE FoR court form that you can use for your re-
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/18. (Published 101/01/2018. You may examine the file kept by the CHAnGE oF nAmE sponse. You can find these court forms summons (CITACIon JuDICIAL)
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/17/18, /s/Scott Rea/ court. If you are a person interested in CASE# 18CIV00553 and more information at the California CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso):
2/24/18, 3/3/18, 3/10/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- the estate, you may file with the court a SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Courts Online Self-Help Center 17CLJ04953.
sor-County Clerk on 2/13/18. (Published Request for Special Notice (form DE- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, (, your NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: ERNESTO
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/24/18, 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, county law library, or the courthouse T. PASION, and DOES 1 to 10, inclusive
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE 3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18). praisal of estate assets or of any petition nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing
sTATEmEnT #276650 REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
or account as provided in Probate Code PETITION OF fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF:
The following person is doing business section 1250. A Request for Special No- form. If you do not file your response on
as: Coupa Cafe Marston, 695 Main David Michael Richards SERRA VISTA MAINTENANCE ASSO-
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE tice form is available from the court clerk. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: time, you may lose the case by default, CIATION, a California non-profit mutual
Street, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. sTATEmEnT #276789 and your wages, money, and property
Registered Owner: Marston CC Corpora- Attorney for Petitioner: Petitioner: David Michael Richards filed a benefit corporation
The following person is doing business Alexander M. Biddle, Esq. petition with this court for a decree may be taken without further warning
tion, CA. The business is conducted by as: Momo Collaboration, 755 Miller Ave., from the court.
a Corporation. The registrants com- Biddle Law changing name as follows: NOTICE! You have been sued. The court
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. 1900 S. Norfolk St #350 Present Name: David Michael Richards There are other legal requirements. You may decide against you without your be-
menced to transact business under the Registered Owner: Manuel Arce, same may want to call an attorney right away.
FBN on 1/23/2018. SAN MATEO, CA 94403 Proposed Name: David Michael Ruiz ing heard unless you respond within 30
address. The business is conducted by (650) 532-3470 If you do not know an attorney, you may days. Read the information below.
/s/Jean Paul Coupal/ an Individual. The registrants com- want to call an attorney referral service. If
This statement was filed with the Asses- FILED: 2/13/18 THE COURT ORDERS that all persons You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after
menced to transact business under the interested in this matter shall appear be- you cannot afford an attorney, you may this summons and legal papers are
sor-County Clerk on 2/13/18. (Published FBN on 7/1/16. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
nal on 2/24/18, 3/3/18, 3/5/18) fore this court at the hearing indicated be eligible for free legal services from a served on you to file a written response
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/17/18, /s/Manuel E. Arce/ nonprofit legal services program. You
2/24/18, 3/3/18, 3/10/18). below to show cause, if any, why the pe- at this court and have a copy served on
This statement was filed with the Asses- tition for change of name should not be can locate these nonprofit groups at the the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not
sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published granted. Any person objecting to the California Legal Services Web site protect you. Your written response must
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/24/18, name changes described above must file (, the Califor- be in proper legal form if you want the
sTATEmEnT #276685 3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18). a written objection that includes the rea- nia Courts Online Self-Help Center court to hear your case. There may be a
oRDER To sHoW CAusE FoR sons for the objection at least two court (, or by court form that you can use for your re-
The following person is doing business CHAnGE oF nAmE
as: The Grove at Ten Mulberry Court, 10 days before the matter is scheduled to contacting your local court or county bar sponse. You can find these court forms
FICTITIous BusInEss nAmE CASE# 18CIV00364 be heard and must appear at the hearing association. NOTE: The court has a stat- and more information at the California
Mulberry Court, BELMONT, CA 94002. sTATEmEnT #276785
Registered Owners: 1)Dominic G. Fer- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, to show cause why the petition should utory lien for waived fees and costs on Courts Online Self-Help Center
The following person is doing business COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, not be granted. If no written objection is any settlement or arbitration award of (, your
rari, 904 Arlington Road, Redwood City, as: Phase 2 Properties, 100 Skywood
CA 94062 2)Alicia Ferrari, 44 West 10th 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, timely filed, the court may grant the peti- $10,000 or more in a civil case. The county law library, or the courthouse
Way, WOODSIDE, CA 94062. Regis- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 tion without a hearing. A hearing on the court's lien must be paid before the court nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing
St. Apt. 8C, New York, NY 10011 3)Shir- tered Owners: Anne Marie Bourgeois
ley DeCrosta, 824 Rigel Lane, Foster PETITION OF petition shall be held on 03/21/18 at 9 will dismiss the case. ¡AVISO! Lo han fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver
and Philip Alonzo Bourgeois, same ad- Carlita Christine Martinez a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, demandado. Si no responde dentro de form. If you do not file your response on
City, CA 94404 4)Suzanne C. Ferrari, dress. The business is conducted by a
904 Arlington Road, Redwood City, CA TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this 30 días, la corte puede decidir en su time, you may lose the case by default,
Married Couple. The registrants com- Petitioner: Carlita Christine Martinez filed Order to Show Cause shall be published contra sin escuchar su versión. Lea la in- and your wages, money, and property
94062 5)Dante G. Ferrari, 904 Arlington menced to transact business under the
Road, Redwood City, CA 94062 6)Char- a petition with this court for a decree at least once each week for four succes- formación a continuación. may be taken without further warning
FBN on January 1989. changing name as follows: sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- from the court.
lotte J. Ferrari, 904 Arlington Road, Red- /s/Anne Bourgeois/
wood City, CA 94062. The business is Present Name: Carlita Christine Martinez ing on the petition in the following news- spués de que le entreguen esta citación There are other legal requirements. You
This statement was filed with the Asses- Proposed Name: Carlita Christine paper of general circulation: y papeles legales para presentar una re- may want to call an attorney right away.
conducted by an Unincorporated Associ- sor-County Clerk on 2/23/18. (Published
ation other than a Partnership. The reg- Fuentes San Mateo Daily Journal spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer If you do not know an attorney, you may
istrants commenced to transact business
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/24/18, Filed: 2/6/2018 que se entregue una copia al deman- want to call an attorney referral service. If
under the FBN on June 06, 2012. 3/3/18, 3/10/18, 3/17/18). /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- you cannot afford an attorney, you may
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
/s/Suzanne Ferrari/ interested in this matter shall appear be- Judge of the Superior Court ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- be eligible for free legal services from a
This statement was filed with the Asses- Dated: 2/6/2018 crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- nonprofit legal services program. You
LIEn sALE 03/06/2018 9am at 980 fore this court at the hearing indicated recto si desea que procesen su caso en
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/18. (Published below to show cause, if any, why the pe- (Published 2/10/18, 2/17/18, 2/24/18, can locate these nonprofit groups at the
MONTGOMERY AVE, SAN BRUNO, CA 3/3/18) la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- California Legal Services Web site
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/17/18, 2015 TOYOTA CA Lic# 7NGJ448 Vin# tition for change of name should not be
2/24/18, 3/3/18, 3/10/18). lario que usted pueda usar para su re- (, the Califor-
JTDKN3DU4F0430860 granted. Any person objecting to the spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu-
name changes described above must file nia Courts Online Self-Help Center
larios de la corte y más información en el (, or by
a written objection that includes the rea- Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- contacting your local court or county bar
sons for the objection at least two court oRDER To sHoW CAusE FoR fornia (, en la biblio- association. NOTE: The court has a stat-
days before the matter is scheduled to CHAnGE oF nAmE teca de leyes de su condado o en la utory lien for waived fees and costs on
be heard and must appear at the hearing CASE# 18CIV00622 corte que le quede más cerca. Si no any settlement or arbitration award of

to show cause why the petition should SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, puede pagar la cuota de presentación, $10,000 or more in a civil case. The
not be granted. If no written objection is COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, pida al secretario de la corte que le dé court's lien must be paid before the court
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, un formulario de exención de pago de will dismiss the case. ¡AVISO! Lo han
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a demandado. Si no responde dentro de
petition shall be held on 03/14/18 at 9 PETITION OF tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- 30 días, la corte puede decidir en su
Fictitious Business Name Statements, a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Ronald Tran and
Milen Rachel Hashimoto
plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su-
eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten-
contra sin escuchar su versión. Lea la in-
formación a continuación.
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, Order to Show Cause shall be published TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: cia.
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco-
at least once each week for four succes- Petitioner: Ronald Tran and spués de que le entreguen esta citación
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Milen Rachel Hashimoto filed a petition mendable que llame a un abogado inme-
diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado,
y papeles legales para presentar una re-
ing on the petition in the following news- with this court for a decree changing spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer
Notice of Public Sales and More. paper of general circulation: name as follows: puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a que se entregue una copia al deman-
San Mateo Daily Journal Present Name: Ayden Ka’eo Tran abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni-
Filed: 1/29/2018 Proposed Name: gado, es posible que cumpla con los ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es-
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ Ayden Ka’eo Hashimoto Tran requisitos para obtener servicios legales
gratuitos de un programa de servicios le-
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor-
recto si desea que procesen su caso en
Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 1/29/2018 THE COURT ORDERS that all persons gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar la corte. Es posible que haya un formu-
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 (Published 2/3/18, 2/10/18, 2/17/18, interested in this matter shall appear be-
fore this court at the hearing indicated
estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio
web de California Legal Services,
lario que usted pueda usar para su re-
spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu-
Email them to: below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
tition for change of name should not be
(, en el Centro
de Ayuda de las Cortes de California,
larios de la corte y más información en el
Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali-
granted. Any person objecting to the ( o poniéndose en fornia (, en la biblio-
contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo-
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203 Public Notices 296 Appliances 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For Sale 316 Clothes Garage Sales
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CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso):
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door mirror $100 or B/Offer. (650)589-
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1920’s The Zinc King #703. Suitable for
NICHOLAS SPARKS hardback books. NIKON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 MAHOGANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk,
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
strumming $50 (650)369-2486 lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 Call (650)344-5200
qUALITY BOOKS used and rare. World elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. wOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x YAMAHA ACOUSTIC Guitar, model OMEGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
& US History and classic American nov- 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 FG830 electric. $400.00 (650)421-5469 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
303 Electronics wOOD-GRAIN LAMINATE Kitchen table zILJIAN CYMBALS with stands, 21”
THE HALO Forerunner saga. 3 books. 3’x4’ plus 1’ leaf, 2 chairs. Photo availa- ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 vIvITAR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587 ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma- ble $35 (650)392-4841. (916)826-5964 original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
chines never used for small bus. $95 (650)583-6636
379 Open Houses
v.LOGvINOv, UNUSUAL Journey to the (650)992-4544. 306 Housewares 312 Pets & Animals
Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re- COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from
345 Medical Equipment
294 Baby Stuff
ceiver with Detachable Face asking
$100. (650)593-4490
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
20-pieces in original box, never used.
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
(505)228-1480 local.
HOMEDICS DUAL Shiatsu Massage
Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162
seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
KINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger
incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758
$250 per box
(3 boxes available).
ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
MOTOROLA BRAvO MB 520 (android CRYSTAL (LEADED glass) lamp $30. (650)593-2066
295 Art 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD Can send picture. (650)464-7860
PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
List your Open House
card Belmont (650)595-8855
BRUSHED FINISH, 15" X 20" frame 308 Tools 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best in the Daily Journal.
holds 18 various size photos. Never ONKYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital offer. (650)245-4084
used. $20. 650-369-2486. Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
PET CARRIER for small dog or cat in ex- Reach over 83,450
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
296 Appliances SAMSUNG FLAT TV 20" CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
6059 potential home buyers &
VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 PET TAxI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux renters a day,
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- 304 Furniture SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for
$25. Call (650)349-6059.
from South San Francisco
2 wALNUT 3-drawer nitestands. Tops
most attachments.
to Palo Alto.
AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000 need work but very good cond. $20/ea
vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa only 1 week $40. (650)872-2244. in your local newspaper.
BTU, Commercial Cool model (650)952-3466.
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
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COLEMAN LxE Roadtrip Grill -
BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
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Excellent Condition $225 B/O (650)685-2494 length $50 (650)692-8012
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ly City (415) 231-4825. or: floral design. good condition
$45.00. (650)266-3184 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
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Dan (408)656-0958 Please call (650)745-6309 BESSY SMALL Evening Hand Bag With 9769
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MAYTAG wASHER excellent working COMPUTER DESK For sale $99 GOLF SHOES, FootJoy, black & white
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condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan (650)544-5306
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Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 BOBBY HULL Hockey Game Great
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counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. DESK, GD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. good condition $20 (650)520-7045
(650)458-3578 CAPTEL PHONE Message on it’s
REFRIGERATOR FOR Sale very good screen. Like new used twice $25 LADIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL,
condition asking only $99 (650)520-4650 (650)871-8907 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
ROOM HEATER Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new,
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(650)952-3500 (650) 578-9208
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SHOwTIME ROTISSERIE used once DINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- (650)344-4756
$90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for PARIS HILTON purse white & silver un-
message. $250 .(650)-654-1930. LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan-
used, about 12" long x 9" high
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 $23. (650)592-2648
SINGER SEwING Machine. Good condi- DRESSER 4-DRAwER in Belmont for
tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call $75. Good condition; good for children. LIONEL wESTERN Union Pass car and TUxEDO SIzE 40, black, including white
(650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm. Call (650)678-8585 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
SMITH CORONA typewriter and table GLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- SINK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, wILSON LEATHER Lady Jacket. Small,
M120 $25 (650)888-9314 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. $15.00 (650)544-5306 like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
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