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Caltrain looking at discounts
Board set to vote on proposal to assist low-income riders
By Zachary Clark meeting in seen by the public as a high-end and
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF February. expensive service and we’ve heard
“For my part I from a lot of testimony that people
would be in on this don’t ride it because they can’t afford
Caltrain officials are interested in
pilot proposal, ” it. This is an opportunity to make the
participating in a regional pilot pro-
said Board Member service more inclusive and get people
gram that would offer fare discounts to
Monique Zmuda at a out of their cars and use public transit. 
low-income riders for at least a year,
meeting Jan 10. “I for one am very concerned about
but they’re also concerned about the the financial issues but I don’t think
“It’s a value that we
financial impacts of the program. expressly put into that should prevent us from moving
That concern left some board mem- Monique
our fare policy and forward,” she continued. “I understand
bers in need of more information Zmuda it could give us a need to get more information and/or
before officially signing off on the additional riders. I think Caltrain is DALY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
pilot so the final vote will occur at a See FARE, Page 31 A Caltrain commuter purchases a ticket.

Legislators dig in
on Gov. Newsom’s
budget proposal
Education spending, housing
plan are focus for lawmakers
By Anna Schuessler Inside
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

With funding pegged for health care,
higher and K-12 education and hous-
ing, the priorities outlined in Gov.
Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget are
being welcomed by many legislators
and also sparked questions about the
state’s path toward addressing its
housing crisis and future spending in
the face of economic uncertainty. Gov. Newsom
By proposing a $144 billion gener- brings personal
al fund budget with $4 billion dedicat- touch, fresh focus
ed to paying the state’s debts, $4.8 See page 6
NICK ROSE/DAILY JOURNAL
Shoppers along Burlingame Avenue during Friday’s light rain. Forecasters predict more wet weather is on the way next week. See BUDGET, Page 12

Ready for more rain? Former attorney sentenced
to four years in state prison
Series of storms expected throughout next week Judge rebukes man who took funds from
By Zachary Clark “The initial storm doesn’t look all case mid-December.    92-year-old woman and dependent son
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF that strong, but starting Tuesday and Low-lying areas and inland valleys By Anna Schuessler
Wednesday, the storms look stronger will likely see 1 to 2 inches of rain
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
and wetter so we’ll have to be prepared throughout the week while the coastal
A series of storms is expected to hit for minor flooding — soils are hills could see five to 10 inches,
the Bay Area this weekend and More than three years after suspicions
approaching saturation now — and Dykema added.
throughout the following week and were raised about an attorney who failed
stronger winds up to 40 to 50 mph,” If that projection pans out, then the
they could dump enough rain to bring to pay for the long-term care for a 92-
said Duane Dykema, a Monterey-based region could reach 80 percent to 90
season totals close to normal, a mete- year-old woman and her disabled and
meteorologist. percent of normal for the season with
orologist said. dependent son, the 83-year-old Daly
some locations approaching normal,
Following Friday’s storm, Saturday Winds will create rough ocean condi- City resident who once served as the
Dykema said. Downtown San
should see a dry period before addition- tions, but no significant swells are Albert
al systems arrive Sunday afternoon. projected to hit the coast as was the See RAIN, Page 12 See BOASBERG, Page 23 Boasberg
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Thought for the Day
“Censorship ends in logical completeness
when nobody is allowed to read any books
except the books that nobody reads.”
— George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright

This Day in History
Berry Gordy Jr. founded Motown

1959 Records (originally Tamla Records) in
Detroit.

In 1 8 2 8 , the United States and Mexico signed a Treaty of
Limits defining the boundary between the two countries to
be the same as the one established by an 1819 treaty
between the U.S. and Spain.
In 1 9 1 5 , the U.S. House of Representatives rejected, 204-
174, a proposed constitutional amendment to give women
nationwide the right to vote.
In 1 9 3 2 , Hattie W. Caraway became the first woman elect-
ed to the U.S. Senate after initially being appointed to serve
out the remainder of the term of her late husband, Thaddeus.
In 1 9 4 5 , during World War II, Soviet forces began a major,
successful offensive against the Germans in Eastern Europe.
Aircraft from U.S. Task Force 38 sank about 40 Japanese
ships off Indochina.
In 1 9 4 8 , the U.S. Supreme Court, in Sipuel v. Board of
REUTERS
Regents of University of Oklahoma, unanimously ruled that
state law schools could not discriminate against applicants Cast members Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway with Director Steven Knight attend a photocall for the film
on the basis of race. ‘Serenity,’ in Marina del Rey.
In 1 9 6 5 , the music variety show “Hullabaloo” premiered to complete the stories. Each series was crimes. Gadget’s nemesis is Dr. Claw,
on NBC-TV with host-of-the-week Jack Jones; guests published under a pseudonym that leader of an evil organization called
included Joey Heatherton, the New Christy Minstrels and Stratemeyer owned. MAD.
Woody Allen. *** ***
In 1 9 6 6 , President Lyndon B. Johnson said in his State of The pseudonym for Nancy Drew was Don Adams (1923-2005) did the voice
the Union address that the U.S. military should stay in Carolyn Keene. The Bobbsey Twins of Inspector Gadget. Adams is known as
Vietnam until Communist aggression there was stopped. were written by fictional Laura Lee Maxwell Smart from the TV show “Get
The TV series “Batman,” starring Adam West and Burt Ward Hope. The Hardy Boys pseudonym was Smart” (1965-1970).
as the Dynamic Duo, premiered on ABC, airing twice a week Franklin M. Dixon. ***
on consecutive nights. *** Jim Carrey’s (born 1962) first starring
Donald J. Sobol (born 1924-2012) cre- movie role was in “Ace Ventura: Pet
ated the crime solving 10-year-old char- Detective” (1994). He earned $350,000.
Birthdays acter Encyclopedia Brown. The first Two years later he earned $20 million

W
hile creating the character of book in the long-running series was for “The Cable Guy” (1996).
Nancy Drew, some of the “Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective” ***
names considered for the (1963). “Young Sherlock Holmes” (1985), pro-
teenage girl detective were Diana Dare, *** duced by Steven Spielberg (born 1946),
Stella Strong, Nell Cody and Nan Encyclopedia Brown has a detective was the first movie to have a computer
Nelson. agency with his friend Sally Kimball. generated character. Pixar created the
*** The charge to solve a case is 25 cents three-dimensional armored knight that
The Bobbsey Twins are two sets of fra- per day plus expenses. leaps through a stained glass window.
ternal twins. Bert and Nan are the older *** ***
twins, and Flossie and Freddie are the Do you know what detective went up Ans wer: Dick Tracy, police detective.
Actress Kirstie Radio-TV Entrepreneur Jeff younger set. The first book in the series against villains Flattop, Big Boy The Dick Tracy comic strip was created
Alley is 68. personality Bezos is 55. of the twins’ adventures was published Caprice, Pruneface and Shakey? See by Chester Gould (1900-1985) and first
Howard Stern is 65. 1904. In later years the stories focused answer at end. appeared in the Detroit Mirror on Oct. 4,
on the twins solving mysteries. *** 1931. The strip reflected the violence of
The Amazing Kreskin is 84. Country singer William Lee *** 1930s Chicago. Flattop Jones is a free-
Golden (The Oak Ridge Boys) is 80. Actor Anthony Andrews Parker Stevenson (born 1952) and The gang in the cartoon “Scooby-Doo
Where Are You?” (1969-1972) traveled lance hitman. Flattop has villainous rel-
is 71. Movie director Wayne Wang is 70. Political commenta- Shaun Cassidy (born 1958) starred as
around in their Mystery Machine van ativ es named Blowtop (brother) and
tor Rush Limbaugh is 68. Legal affairs blogger Ann Althouse the sleuthing teenage brothers in the
solving mysteries that involved suspi- Angeltop (sister). Big Boy Caprice is a
is 68. Writer Walter Mosley is 67. Country singer Ricky Van television show “The Hardy Boys cious ghosts. Along with their Great gangster. Pruneface is a Nazi spy with a
Shelton is 67. Writer-producer-director John Lasseter is 62. Mysteries” (1977-1979). Dane Scooby-Doo, the teenagers in the scarred face introduced in 1942. Shakey,
Broadcast journalist Christiane Amanpour is 61. Actor Oliver *** group were Freddie Jones, Daphne named for his shaky hands, was frozen
Platt is 59. Basketball Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins is One person created the Hardy Boys, the Blake, Velma Dinkley and Norville to death in a coffin of ice in 1945.
59. Rock singer Rob Zombie is 54. Actor Olivier Martinez is Bobbsey Twins and Nancy Drew. Edward “Shaggy” Rogers.
53. Rapper TBird (B-Rock and the Bizz) is 52. Model Vendela Stratemeyer (1863-1930) founded the ***
is 52. Actress Farrah Forke is 51. Actress Rachael Harris is 51. Stratemeyer Syndicate in 1926. In the carton “Inspector Gadget” (1983- Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in the
Rock singer Zack de la Rocha is 49. Rapper Raekwon (Wu Stratemeyer conceived of the ideas for 1986), Gadget is a cyborg detective that weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
Tang Clan) is 49. Singer Dan Haseltine (Jars of Clay) is 46. the juvenile series’ characters, created has various gadgets built into his anato- Questions? Comments? Email
knowitall@smdailyjournal.com or call 344-
Rock musician Matt Wong (Reel Big Fish) is 46. Singer the plot outlines and hired ghostwriters my that he uses while investigating 5200 ext. 128.
Melanie Chisholm (Spice Girls) is 45.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, Jan. 9 Powerball Fantasy Five
Saturday : Mostly cloudy. A chance of
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to form four ordinary words. 6 19 37 49 59 22 2 15 20 26 32 showers. Highs in the upper 50s.
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Daily Four Lows in the mid 50s.
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Daily three midday
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11, in first place; California Classic, No. 5, in second Tues day ni g ht: Showers likely. Lows in the lower 50s.
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Nonprofit frustrated by Police reports Arres t. A San Mateo woman was arrested on
a $1,000 misdemeanor warrant for public
intoxication, it was reported at 9:37 p.m.
Friday, Jan 4.
Stuck in the middle with you Petty theft. Two credit cards were stolen

the BCDC permit process
Someone driving on Main Street hit a
from someone’s wallet and used for purchas-
median and was missing a front tire in
es totaling $3,400, it was reported at 11:44
Redwood City, it was reported at 6:54
a.m. Friday, Jan. 4.
p.m. Monday, Jan. 7.
By Zachary Clark UNINCORPORATED
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Comment on SAN MATEO COUNTY
or share this story at FOSTER CITY
An educational nonprofit in Redwood www.smdailyjournal.com Ro ad rag e . An incident of road rage Arres t. A man was arrested for public intox-
City is attempting to restore a beach used occurred on Boothbay Avenue, it was report- ication on 800 block of Ferdinand Avenue
for children’s programs and water sports, ed at 4:52 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 6. in El Granada, it was reported at 12:42 a.m.
but the project is not going according to with coastal processes — language reflect- Petty theft. A cellphone valued at $300 Thursday, Jan 3.
plan. ed in the contract. was stolen on Metro Center Boulevard, it Arres t. An El Granada man was arrested for
The Marine Science Institute blamed the “The goal of that consultation is to was reported at 5:54 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 6. possession of three stun guns, two cans of
San Francisco Bay Conservation and ensure the most appropriate materials and Ro ad rag e. Someone was following a pepper spray, 49 canisters of nitrous oxide
Development Commission, which regu- approaches are used to create a safe beach woman on Beach Park and Foster City and more than 28.5 grams of marijuana.This
lates projects like this, for imposing and something that will last a long time,” boulevards, it was reported at 5:05 p.m. occurred in Gray Whale Cove, it was report-
unnecessary roadblocks, but BCDC claims he said. “It’s not uncommon and it’s a rea- Saturday, Jan. 5. ed at 8:58 a.m. Friday, Jan. 4.
its requirements are standard practice and sonable requirement because beaches
necessary to ensure the project results in a should be safe and should persist and an
safe and long-lasting beach. engineer should be involved. … We’re
The 115-foot beach adjacent to the Port thrilled about this project because it pro-
of Redwood City was once covered in oyster vides access to the Bay, fostering more
shells and gently sloped into the ocean, but stewardship and appreciation of the great
because of erosion, the beach is now cov- common resource that we all share.”
ered in clay with exposed cement and The contract also requires MSI to conduct
there’s a drop off, said Marilou Seiff, MSI’s a beach assessment four times per year and
executive director. Such conditions are a following winter storms.
safety hazard for MSI’s students, some of “I think it could potentially be a way for
whom are kindergarten age, and are also an young people to learn how scientific
obstacle for the kayakers, paddleboarders assessments are conducted,” McCrea said.
and other recreational boaters who launch Whether Seiff is able to find an engineer
from that beach. to complete the consultation at an afford-
MSI, which serves about 50,000 children able price, she’s still upset that the process
a year, received a $50,000 grant in 2013 to has been complicated and time consuming.
restore the beach by filling it with oyster “Initially BCDC wanted information on
shells dredged from the Bay. The project is 100-year flood and sea level rise in the
estimated to take about two to three days. study and we finally got it pared down to
Since receiving the grant, MSI has the erosion issue,” Seiff said. “It’s such a
secured permits for the project from at least no brainer that this permit should have
a half a dozen federal and state agencies, been issued years ago. I feel if BCDC is
including the National Oceanic and there to help protect the Bay and maintain
Atmospheric Administration and the U.S. access then they should be issuing these
Army Corps of Engineers. But the nonprof- permits in a timely manner. I would like to
it needed to secure one more permit from see this whole process be simplified and
BCDC by Dec. 31, 2018, or it would lose expedited, especially for small projects.
the grant funding. For the time and energy that our small non-
MSI did secure that permit from BCDC in profit has had to put into this is inexcus-
December, but it’s contingent on what Seiff able.”
described as a study that her organization MSI is not the first organization to take
cannot afford. She said initial estimates issue with BCDC’s regulatory practices. In
suggest the required study would cost about November, Westpoint Harbor and BCDC
$20,000. settled after a legal dispute that spanned
“We don’t have the funds to do a $20,000 seven years. And in August, a bipartisan
study so we’re in the process of trying to group of state assemblymembers called for
find another engineer to do this less expen- an audit of BCDC because of questionable
sively,” Seif said. “We’re hoping we’ll find enforcement procedures. The results of that
a civil engineer to get it done for a reason- audit should be published by March next
able fee.” year.
Brad McCrea, regulatory director for
BCDC, took issue with the word study. He
described the requirement as a technical zachary@smdailyjournal.com
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Belmont prepares for wildfires
City unveils comprehensive plan to protect itself
By Zachary Clarks The second phase
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF entails applying for
grants to develop the
Following a series of historically destruc- program and to fund mit-
tive and deadly wildfires throughout the igation efforts, particu-
state in recent years, Belmont has launched larly in public areas like
a robust and collaborative approach to pro- Water Dog Lake Park,
tecting the community from wildfires and it Marshall said. In this
will be implemented in phases over the next phase, officials will also
year. Davina craft an ordinance with
“As we’ve seen throughout the state in the Hurt certain standards for
last couple years in particular, the danger homes in high-risk areas
from wildfire has increased, and where we to make them more fire resistant as well as
didn’t think we had certain kinds of risk in rules for vegetation management.
the past, we now realize that there is a risk “If we identify areas that have certain
because of the effects of climate change and characteristics and they need to be abated
weather events that are really unusual,” Fire and they’re on private property, we would
Marshal Robert Marshall said at a meeting compel the private property owner to take
Tuesday. “There’s anxiety when it comes to care of the problem,” Marshall said. “If that
that so we felt that we needed to start some- didn’t happen, then we’d have an abatement
thing.” process in order to make sure the risk was
The first phase of the Wildland Fire reduced.”
Mitigation program is devoted to risk The third phase entails education and out-
assessment. It began in April of last year reach followed by enforcement. Inspectors
and will take about one year to complete. will likely visit every property in an at-risk MARC_SMITH ON VISUAL HUNT
Marshall said the state has maps that show area and identify hazards and whether there Water Dog Lake Park is a fire hazard zone that Belmont officials are addressing in a new
“very high fire hazard severity zones” and is compliance with standards. Wildland Fire Mitigation program to be implemented in phases over the next year.
“high fire hazard severity zones” and “We’re hopeful that people will under-
Belmont is home to a couple of those areas. stand the risk,” Marshall said. “We’ll be
Obituary
But those maps are outdated and not as com- very transparent with our results as well as
prehensive as the maps that will be generat- the rest of the process to be able to show Dorothy Jane Scanlan
ed in this first phase of work. them that there is indeed a need.”
April 1, 1919 – January 7, 2019
The study area is also larger than Belmont The fourth phase is an ongoing one in
which the program is continually evaluated Burlingame, CA
city limits.
to make sure it’s effective. Mother of Diana Marie White (husband Ed), Daniel Robert
“One of the reasons we did that is it was
The program is a collaboration with Scanlan (wife Marci), and Anne Scanlan-Rohrer (husband Scot);
recognized that a fire could start outside of
Central County Fire. Marshall said it’s the grandmother to James Joseph (wife Ralina), Christine Isborn
the jurisdiction and move into the jurisdic-
first of its kind in the state, though other (husband Arnold Kim); and Riley Scanlan; great-grandmother to
tion and still pose a pretty severe risk so we
departments are now starting to look into T.J. Joseph, Naima Joseph, William Kim, and Joe Kim. Preceded
wanted to make sure we expanded that area,”
this approach. Belmont currently has a in death by her husband Robert Mark Scanlan.
Marshall said. “We do feel we could get a fire
weed abatement program that has been Born at Mills Hospital, San Mateo. Life-long resident of Burlingame. Graduated
that starts along Interstate 280 that could
effective, but this new program will be from McKinley Grammar School, Burlingame High School, and San Mateo Junior
burn up a hill and burn into a residential
much more robust, he added. College.
development. In order to make sure we’re
doing our best we wanted to make sure to Dorothy remained sharp and inquisitive until her final days. She was compassionate
expand our boundaries.” See SAFETY, Page 23 and fair, and an avid news follower with daily readings of two papers and many TV
programs.
Everyone who met her loved her immediately. She made friends by waving out
Obituary her kitchen window at people passing by and made neighborhood newcomers feel
welcome. She loved cats, gardening, and her family. She loved the smell and feel of the
Patricia Arlene Fels Freeman surf spray outside her favorite restaurant, Nick’s of Rockaway Beach.
March 15, 1939 - December 25, 2018 Dorothy stayed at home to always be there for her kids. She never drove a car,
taking her kids via bus to their destinations. She never thought twice about depriving
Patricia Arlene Fels Freeman passed herself, but she always thought first about her kids, and this never changed throughout
peacefully at home in Boise, ID on Christmas her life. Dorothy’s grandkids gave her a special joy, each treasuring their special
night, 2018, after a long struggle with cerebellar moments with each other.
ataxia and dementia. She was born in Perth The family would like to thank those who have been especially helpful including
Amboy, New Jersey, to Gladys (Dempsey) and extended family, close neighbors, and devoted caregivers.
Clarence G. Fels on March 15, 1939. A 1957 Memorial donations may be made to the Peninsula Humane Society or Mission
graduate of North Plainfield High School, she Hospice. A private celebration of life will be held later in the spring.
went on to attend College of Saint Elizabeth in
Convent Station, New Jersey. Pat graduated St.
E’s in 1961 with a Bachelor of Arts in history
and a minor in English and secondary education.
Pat married Don Freeman in 1961. Prior to
having their three children, Pat taught the 3rd
grade. The young family moved to California
in 1970 where Pat made cherished lifelong
friends and was an active part of the San Mateo
community for the next 30 years. She was a longstanding and enthusiastic volunteer
with many organizations. Pat eventually began a career with Wells Fargo Bank where
she flourished and enjoyed the close friendships of many co-workers.
In 2000, Pat pursued her dream and moved over the hill to Ocean Colony, Half Moon
Bay. There she cultivated many friendships and was active in the Coast Women’s Club
and its many offshoots during her 15 years on Burning Tree Road. Pat loved her bridge
and mahjong groups; she liked the games, but she especially delighted in socializing
with her many treasured friends.
Pat loved to travel and enjoyed many trips over the years with her beloved sisters Janet
and Nancy, her children and her close friends. She was a lover of animals, especially
dogs, and took pleasure in frequent walks on the beach with Ursa and then Hogan. The
49ers were Pat’s team and, despite their recent off-years, she would enthusiastically
cheer and appreciate a good play. When there were no sports on, we would often watch
the double header of Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy; Dave, mom and Caroline loudly
competing against the contestants, always with mom’s favorite mint chocolate chip ice
cream bar in hand!
Pat will be remembered for her infectious laugh, warm and welcoming smile and
boundless energy. Those lucky enough to have known Pat felt her vibrant spirit which
lit up a room! She was gracious and generous always, had a positive outlook despite
her disease, a sharp sense of humor and a zest for life that never dimmed until she was
ready to go home.
Pat is survived by her loving family including daughter Caroline (Dave) and
granddaughters Gaby and Sarah of Boise, ID, son Michael of Fairfax, CA, daughter
Elizabeth (Don) and granddaughter Samantha of Monument, CO, sister Nancy (Do)
Tubbs of Mantoloking, MJ and Vero Beach, FL and many adoring nieces and nephews.
Pat was preceded in death by her sister Janet Regan and her former husband Don. A
celebration of her life is being planned for March 2019 in Half Moon Bay.
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Kenneth Neal Duval Obituaries
Kenneth Neal Duval, born May 22,
1954, in Redwood City, died Dec. 23, and 17 great-grandchildren.
Gov. Gavin Newsom brings
2018.
He grew up in Pacifica where he graduated
from Oceania High School in 1973. He
He was born in Springside,
Saskatchewan, Canada, on May 24, 1929,
and moved as a child to California. He grad-
personal touch, fresh focus
By Kathleen Ronayne Newsom “has a style
earned his pilot license in 1975, and then uated from Sequoia High School in 1947, that’s much more interac-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
became a certified flight instructor. In the same year he married his wife of 68 tive,” said Kim Nalder, a
1983, he began working at the Half Moon years, Dolores Barrientos. Three years SACRAMENTO — Gov. Gavin Newsom professor of government
Bay Airport then the San Carlos Airport later, he became a naturalized citizen. Lynn held his toddler son during his inaugural at California State
with Crash, Fire and Rescue. In 1995, he and Dolores also lived in Carson City, address, spent nearly two hours discussing University-Sacramento.
joined the IT department as a network Nevada, for 12 years before returning here his state budget with reporters and engaged Newsom’s on-stage
administrator in downtown Redwood City. three years ago. in two Twitter spats with the president. moment with his son,
In 1988, he met Madel at Belmont Lynn was one of Belmont’s first paid Newsom, 51, took office Monday and she said, “sort of broke
Brewery, playing pool. Their first date was firefighters and worked for chief Harry
a flight out of Palo Alto, to the coast, under
quickly dove into governing the nation’s Gavin Newsom the mold for what we
Chamberlain. He studied aeronautics at most populous state, but with a different think the gravitas of the
the Golden Gate Bridge and to Half Moon College of San Mateo which led to a 25- focus and touch than his 80-year-old prede- office requires.”
Bay for dinner. They were married July 22, year career as a United Airlines pilot. cessor, fellow Democrat Jerry Brown. Newsom, like Brown, so far isn’t releas-
1990. They welcomed two sons, Adam in Before United, he flew for Aaxico Air Lines Newsom, a father of four, placed expand- ing a daily schedule of his whereabouts. On
1992 and Clayton in 1995. The family ing early education and paid leave at the cen- Friday, he made an unannounced trip to the
hauling military cargo. Prior to that, he
enjoyed softball games, camping and ter of a family-friendly platform he outlined Central Valley to discuss clean drinking
was a flight instructor at Palo Alto airport.
going to the gun range together. in his inaugural address, which delivered a water with residents. His budget proposes a
Besides flying, he loved working on his
Ken is survived by his wife, Madel, sons signature image when Newsom’s 2-year-old new tax to help clean up contaminated
home as well as motorcycles and cars. He
— Adam and Clayton, sister Mary Lou son, Dutch, wandered on stage. Newsom did- water.
also loved his many pets and regularly fed
Lovelady of Independence, Oregon, and n’t miss a beat, picking up his son and con- After eight years as lieutenant governor,
the quail, wild birds, squirrels and rabbits
nieces and nephews. tinuing to talk as he cradled him. Newsom won the governorship in a land-
that lived in his yard.
Celebration of Life service will be 2 p.m. Three days later, when he announced his slide over Republican John Cox. In his inau-
No services are planned.
Sunday, Jan. 13, at Redeemer Lutheran budget plan, Newsom seemed to enjoy his gural address, he said he would work to gain
Church, 468 Grand St., Redwood City. lengthy dialogue with the media and showed the trust and support of rural Californians,
As a public serv ice, the Daily Journal
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Sequoia Hospital Oct. 20, 2018, surround- hav e an obituary printed more than once, his finance director delve into details. father had lived.
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•  The Peni ns ul a The JPB is the governing body of
Obituary
Co rri do r Jo i n t Caltrain, the commuter rail service that
Priscilla Storms Po we rs B o ard operates in San Francisco, San Mateo and
August 30,1927 - January 8, 2019 elected its officers Santa Clara counties. Caltrain is managed
for this year. by the San Mateo Co unty Trans i t
Born in Brooklyn, NY to Anna and John Storms. Member Gi l l i an Di s tri ct, in partnership with the city and
Longtime Burlingame kindergarten teacher, Priscilla passed Gi l l e t t , who represents the S an county of San Francisco and VTA. The
peacefully with her family by her side due to complications of Franci s co Bo ard o f Superv i s o rs , was nine-member board of directors is com-
Parkinson’s Disease following a recent hospital stay. She grew elected chair. Member Dav e Pi ne, who posed of three members from each of the
up in Hempstead, L.I., NY. She arrived in California in 1961 three partner agencies.
after having taught in Cobleskill, NY, Kaneohe and Honolulu,
Hawaii. She taught Kindergarten in Burlingame from 1961
until her retirement in 1994 at both Pershing and Washington Obituary
schools.
Her “second home” was Alaska where she visited her sister’s family in Anchorage Marilyn Ellis Clark
and Palmer during all seasons. She became a fan of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race June 14, 1941 - December 13, 2018
and brought great stories about it home to her classes. As a teacher, she was a
strong advocate for music and arts. Her interests included playing piano, watercolor Marilyn Ellis Clark, born June 14, 1941 passed peacefully on
painting, reading, travel and English handbell ringing. She also enjoyed a good game December 13, 2018 at her home in San Mateo Park, surrounded
of scrabble. Volunteer work included pianist for the Spirit Care Ministry and tutoring by her loving family and friends.
for after school homework classes. She was a longtime member of the Alpha Delta Born in North Carolina to Edward T. Ellis and Eleanore H.
Kappa sorority. Ellis, Marilyn grew up in Baltimore, MD where she enjoyed
She is survived by her brother Wendell (Mildred) of Levittown, NY, brother spending summers with family in Ocean City, NJ before moving
Charles (Susan) of Wake Forest, NC and sister Carol Sizemore (Jim-deceased) of to the Bay Area in 1954, graduating Burlingame High School in
Palmer, AK. She had numerous nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. In 1959 and choosing to start her family on the Peninsula.
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Congregational Church of San Mateo Being a MOM was her most important role. Marilyn raised three children of her own
music fund located at 225 Tilton Avenue San Mateo, CA 94401. A Celebration of as well as guiding and holding close so many others who also called her Mom. She
Life for Priscilla will be held Saturday January 12th, 5 p.m. at the church. later treasured the evolution of her Mom role to that of Grandmother as each of her
grandchildren entered her life. Marilyn had an uncanny way of imparting wisdom on
those that loved her. So often, there was a lesson learned when you didn’t even realize
it was warranted.
Obituary Her happiest moments were when she was surrounded by friends and family. Her
abundant spirit turned a house into a home. A truly gracious hostess with an eye for
Mary Worrall detail inside and out, she welcomed everyone in and loved to entertain. Her passion for
October 13, 1934 - January 8, 2019 the outdoors included her beautiful gardens and countless pool parties. Her garden was
her happy place, particularly when her roses were in bloom, or when she was getting
Mary Worrall, age 84 of Burlingame, passed away peacefully her hands dirty planting new seeds.
on January 8, 2019. Marilyn reveled in FUN! She was always planning for the next adventure such as
Mary was born to Edward and Winifred Curley on October trips to Europe, Africa, a family cruise or one of her famous Jeep rides. Her laughter
13, 1934 in San Francisco. She graduated from Notre Dame and smile are what made each time with her special and your way of knowing she was
HS in San Francisco in 1952 attended City College. In May enjoying herself and so thankful to offer such memories.
of 1958 Mary married the late George “Bud” Worrall. After Marilyn thrived on mentoring and helping others through her active involvement in
several years of living in San Francisco with their four PTA, teaching swim and dive lessons and leading the Camp Fire Girls & Boy Scout
children, Mary and Bud pulled up stakes and headed to the peninsula and settled Troops. She was a proud member of PEO since 2007 and served on the board of the
in Burlingame. There, Mary became a parishioner at Our Lady of Angels where Family Service Agency of San Mateo in addition to serving as a volunteer for the
her children attended elementary school. It is also where she formed close bonds Coyote Point Museum.
with fellow parishioners who became lifelong friends. As her children grew older, Marilyn worked nearly 20 years for the Child Care Coordinating Council of San
Mary enjoyed her sales position at the quaint clothing boutique, Robert Gates, in Mateo County in the area of early Childhood Development, writing grants and
Burlingame. There she formed close friendships with her coworkers. supporting the food program. Her legacy will be carried forward through her three
Mary enjoyed passing time tending to her garden, seeing her grandchildren, and children: James Augustus Clark IV and wife Andrea of Redmond, OR; Geri Anne
weekly Sunday dinners at her home with her family. In Mary and Bud’s retirement Martin and husband James F Martin of Burlingame CA; and Robert Taylor Clark and
years, they were often traveling with their close circle of friends here and abroad. wife Teresa Lindhartsen of Burlingame, CA; her five grandchildren, who affectionately
Mary is survived by her four children; Patti, Kathy, Marc (Sue), and Teresa (Brent). referred to her as “Bammie”, James Clark V, Cassidy Clark, Taylor Clark, Kennedee
Mary will be remembered by her five grandchildren: Sean, Nick, Jessie, Tommy, and Clark and Jacob Carlos; her two sisters: Joan Ellis Chirgwin and husband Alan of
Sarah. She is also survived by her nephew Tom Healy. Mary was predeceased by her Palm Coast, FL; Suzanne Ellis Orb and husband Alex of Ketchum, ID; and her cousin
husband George Worrall in 2007 and her only sibling, Patricia Healy in 2008. Frederick F. Ellis and wife Bonnie from Pawleys Island, SC.
A funeral service celebrating her life will be held on Friday, January 18, 2019 at We will celebrate Marilyn’s life and legacy on January 25, 2019 in Burlingame at
10:30 at Our Lady of Angels Church, 1721 Hillside Drive, Burlingame. Crosby N. Gray Funeral Home beginning at 11AM followed by a reception at Frattoria
The family would like to extend their gratitude to the Burlingame Villa and e Mare from 1p.m. – 4p.m.
Donations may be made in Marilyn’s name to Mission Hospice & Home Care of
Mission Hospice for their attentiveness and loving care. In lieu of flowers, memorial
San Mateo County, St Jude Children’s Research Hospital or PEO Chapter #QK San
donations in memory of Mary Worrall may be made to Mission Hospice & Home Mateo, CA.
Care, 1670 South Amphlett Blvd, Suite 300, San Mateo, CA 94402.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Weekend • Jan 12-13, 2019 7
Sanders faces questions
about his political future
By Steve Peoples era. While his competi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tors are visiting early-
voting states and scop-
NEW YORK — Allies of Vermont Sen. ing out potential cam-
Bernie Sanders are rallying behind the paign headquarters,
embattled presidential prospect even as Sanders spent Thursday
they reluctantly begin to ponder the painful apologizing for the
possibility of a 2020 campaign without behavior of a handful of
him. 2016 campaign workers
The 77-year-old self-described democratic Bernie Sanders and looking for new
socialist is the most prominent contender staffers should he run in
to face a serious setback in the evolving 2020.
White House field. He’s been forced to con- Some allies have had their confidence
front reports detailing allegations of sexu- shaken in Sanders’ future, although he’s
al harassment of women by male staffers reshaped Democratic politics and almost
when he sought the Democratic nomination single-handedly and brought liberal priori-
REUTERS FILE PHOTO for president in 2016. ties such as “Medicare for all” and free col-
On Friday, the CDC released its regular weekly flu update, showing that it was reported to be No one has alleged that Sanders had direct lege education into the party’s mainstream.
widespread in 30 states last week, up from 24 the week before. knowledge of the incidents. “If he doesn’t run, there’s a massive void
Sanders’ loyalists expect him to launch a in this country,” said RoseAnn DeMoro, an

US flu season appears milder, second campaign in the coming weeks, and
his network of die-hard supporters is host-
ing hundreds of events across the nation
this weekend encouraging him to run.
activist and former executive director of the
National Nurses United union, who reaf-
firmed her support for Sanders. “The pas-
sion in that base goes away. That base

one year after brutal season
By Mike Stobbe The CDC has no estimate of deaths so far
But the allegations put Sanders in an
unenviable position in the early days of a
contest playing out in the (hash)MeToo
evaporates. It doesn’t go to someone else.
There would be a void so deep it would go to
(President Donald) Trump, I suspect.”

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS this season, partly because it’s so early. Flu
usually takes off after Christmas and peaks Rookie cop following in dad’s Around the state
NEW YORK — It’s early, but the current
around February. footsteps shot at crash scene want,” said Lt. Paul Doroshov, a spokesman
On Friday, the CDC released its regular
flu season is shaping up to be gentler than DAVIS — Natalie Corona was a rising star for the Davis Police Department.
weekly flu update, showing that it was
last winter’s unusually brutal one, U.S. in her police department with a sparkling “Everybody who met her liked her.”
reported to be widespread in 30 states last
health officials said. smile and a huge heart who had followed in The shooter opened fire as Corona was
week, up from 24 the week before.
In most parts of the country, most illness- The health agency also released new esti- her father’s footsteps and became an officer, investigating a three-car crash in the city
es right now are being caused by a flu strain mates of how the flu season is playing out. fulfilling a lifelong dream just a few months west of Sacramento, a college town that is
that leads to fewer hospitalizations and It said: ago when her dad pinned the badge on her home to the University of California, Davis
deaths as the kind of flu that dominated a • About 6 million to 7 million Americans uniform. where there has not been a fatal police
year ago, according to officials at the have become ill since flu season kicked off On Friday, her father and a stunned com- shooting in nearly 60 years.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. in the fall. munity mourned the 22-year-old who was The suspect, who has not been identified,
Vaccines also work better against it, said the • About half were sick enough to go to see shot and killed on duty while responding to was later found dead inside a home with a
CDC’s Dr. Alicia Fry. a doctor. a multi-vehicle crash in the small college self-inflicted gunshot wound following a
So is the U.S. in for a milder flu season? • Roughly 70,000 to 80,000 have been town of Davis, California. short standoff with officers, the Davis
“If (this strain) continues to be the pre- hospitalized. “She’s the cop that any community would Police Department said Friday.
dominant virus, that is what we’d expect,” The CDC usually doesn’t make those esti-
said Fry, head of the epidemiology and pre- mates until a flu season is over, but
vention branch in the CDC’s flu division. researchers have been working on the model
Last season, an estimated 80, 000 for nearly a decade and believe it is sound
Americans died of flu and its complications enough to use while the season is still
— the disease’s highest death toll in at least going on, officials said.
four decades. In recent years, flu-related Because the model is new, CDC
deaths have ranged from about 12,000 to researchers said they aren’t able to compare
56,000, according to the CDC. those estimates to previous flu seasons.

Free Electronics Reuse & Recycling
Drop-Off Event for San Mateo County Residents
Caltrain Parking Lot O
1090 Burlingame Ave, Burlingame
Saturday, January 26th
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Residents must provide proof of residency in San Mateo County
(e.g., driver’s license, utility bill, garbage collection bill, etc.).
Working items will be donated to local Goodwill stores for reuse.

Items accepted include: Items NOTaccepted include:
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WBDVVNDMFBOFST MBNQT XJUIPVUCVMCT 
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t 1IPOFTBOEDFMMQIPOFT XBTIJOHNBDIJOFT BJSDPOEJUJPOFST
t 'BYNBDIJOFT DPQJFST QSJOUFST TDBOOFST t 3FGSJHFSBUPSTBOEPUIFSJUFNTDPOUBJOJOHGSFPO
t 5FMFWJTJPOT 7$3T %7%QMBZFST (water and wine coolers), etc.
t $PNQVUFST $16T 
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LFZCPBSET IBSEESJWFT t 4PMBSQBOFMT
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Electronics Collector: Goodwill / 1801 Adrian Rd, Burlingame, CA 94010 / 415-575-2100 / www.sfgoodwill.org
County-approved Certified Electronics Recycler: Cal Micro Recycling / www.calmicrousa.com
To find locations near you to drop off working items for donation or to recycle non-working electronics,
visit www.RecycleStuff.org or call 888-442-2666.
t 7JTJUXXXTNDTVTUBJOBCJMJUZPSHt $BMMt Email:
: sustainability@smcgov.org
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8 Weekend • Jan 12-13, 2019 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

Judge: Women would lose birth
control coverage under rules
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS upheld in December by an appeals court.
The case is before him again after the
OAKLAND — A “substantial number” of administration finalized the measures in
women would lose free birth control cover- November, prompting a renewed legal chal-
age under new rules by the Trump adminis- lenge by California and other states.
tration that allow more employers to opt out At issue is a requirement under President
of providing the benefit, a U.S. judge said at Barack Obama’s health care law that birth
a hearing on Friday. control services be covered at no additional
Judge Haywood Gilliam appeared inclined cost. Obama officials included exemptions
to grant a request by California and other for religious organizations. The Trump
states that he block the rules while the administration expanded those exemptions
states’ lawsuit moves forward. He said he and added “moral convictions” as a basis to
would rule before Monday, when the rules opt out of providing birth control services.
are set to take effect. Karli Eisenberg, an attorney for
The changes would allow more employ- California, told Gilliam Friday the loss of
ers, including publicly traded companies, to free contraceptive coverage from employers
opt out of providing no-cost contraceptive would force women to turn to government
coverage to women by claiming religious programs that provide birth control, and if
objections. Some private employers could they are ineligible for those, increase the
REUTERS
also object on moral grounds. risk of unintended pregnancies.
Gilliam said the new rules would be a Donald Trump shows a photo of a ‘typical’ border wall design during a ‘roundtable discussion
“It’s undisputed that these rules will create
“massive policy shift” to women who lose on border security and safe communities’ with state, local and community leaders.
barriers,” she said.

Federal workers get $0 pay
coverage. The rules violate the Affordable Care Act,
The judge previously blocked an interim including a provision that forbids discrimi-
version of those rules — a decision that was nation, she said.

Trump says changes
coming on high-tech visas
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump
Around the nation
AG pick to reassure senators
stubs as shutdown drags on
By Brady McCombs and Michelle Smith Roughly 420,000 federal employees were
says changes are coming in the way that the he backs sentencing overhaul THE ASSOCIATED PRESS deemed essential and are working unpaid. An
U.S. handles temporary H1-B visas, which WASHINGTON — President Donald additional 380,000 are staying home with-
allow American companies to bring high- Trump’s pick to be attorney general will out pay. While furloughed federal workers
tech and other skilled workers into the U.S. Federal employees received pay stubs
assure lawmakers he supports a recent crim- have been given back pay in previous shut-
from abroad. with nothing but zeros on them Friday as
inal justice overhaul that eases federal sen- downs, there is no guarantee that will hap-
Trump tweeted Friday that those who hold the effects of the government shutdown hit
tencing rules, even though he pushed tough- pen this time.
the temporary H1-B visas can “rest assured” home, deepening anxieties about mortgage
on-crime policies for decades, a person Workers are turning to Uber, Lyft and
because changes are coming that will bring payments and unpaid bills.
close to the confirmation process told the other side gigs to pick up some money in
“both simplicity and certainty to your stay, All told, an estimated 800,000 govern- the meantime.
Associated Press.
including a potential path to citizenship.” ment workers missed their paychecks for Ellen Jackson, a Transportation Security
William Barr is likely to face questions
Trump says the U.S. wants to encourage the first time since the shutdown began. Administration officer based in Las Vegas,
during his confirmation hearing Tuesday
talented and highly skilled people to pursue about his rhetoric during and after his first Employees posted pictures of the pay is driving full time for a ride-share company
careers in the U.S. As a candidate, he prom- stint as attorney general in the early statements on Twitter and vented their frus- to get by. The 59-year-old is planning to
ised to stop H-1B visas from being used as a 1990s. tration as the standoff over President retire in April.
“cheap labor program.” Donald Trump’s demand for $5.7 billion for “I don’t want to borrow any money,” said
a border wall entered its 21st day. This week- Jackson, an Air Force veteran who said she
end, it will become the longest shutdown in makes about $38,000 a year as a TSA offi-
U.S. history. cer. “I don’t want to get into a deeper hole.”
“I saw the zeros in my pay stub today, and Fellow Las Vegas-based TSA agent Julia
it’s a combination of reality setting in and Peters applied for food stamps on Thursday
just sadness,” air traffic controller Josh and was approved. She said five of the eight
Maria told the Associated Press after tweet- other applicants at the benefits office were
ing a screenshot of his paystub. “We’re also TSA workers.
America. We can do better than this.” In Falls Church, Virginia, outside
The missed paychecks were just one sign Washington, a school district held a hiring
of the mounting toll the shutdown is taking fair for furloughed federal employees inter-
on Americans’ daily lives. The Miami air- ested in working as substitute teachers.
port is closing a terminal this weekend Gerri French, who works for the
because security screeners have been calling Department of Agriculture’s Food
in sick at twice the normal rate. Homebuyers Inspection Service and has been furloughed
are experiencing delays in getting their along with her husband, liked the sound of
loans. substitute teaching.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Weekend • Jan 12-13, 2019 9
Finding the value in schooling
By Charlie Chapman
Seeing the decade
of academic and
Encore, encore!
I
am a curious person by nature. It was curiosity that led
extracurricular work me to explore Redwood City on foot, which in turn led

B
efore submitting your appli- distilled down to me to write about my discoveries. One of the earliest
cation to college, you are numbers and 150 of these — and still one of the most exciting, at least to me
afforded the opportunity to character descrip- — is Encore Books on the Square, the used bookstore that
print out your application and review tions of activities for 20 years now has been hidden away beneath the former
it for mistakes. The countless essays, caused me to ques- San Mateo County Courthouse in the heart of Redwood
activity reports and forms are all con- tion the value of City.
densed to around eight pages of infor- both the applica- I first wrote about Encore Books back in 2014 and have
mation that will be read by admission tion process and the work I had done. understandable that colleges have to told numerous people about it since, yet it remains one of
officers at various colleges. In However, upon further consideration, distill students down to concise appli- Redwood City’s best-kept secrets. I suspect that this is
essence, these pages reflect an amal- I was wrong on both fronts. It would cations to select a class out of thou- both because of its location and because of its close associ-
gamation of all the work involved in be unreasonable for admissions offi- sands of applicants. Students, parents ation with the San Mateo County History Museum. Both
primary and secondary education. cers to consider applications that and teachers need to take it upon may lead some to assume that Encore Books only sells
Every piece of information is distilled described every detail of my life. The themselves to ensure that students books about the county’s history, but although Encore
to its purest form. Thousands of hours work I had done holds intrinsic value value their education for the sake of Books does indeed have some of those, it is a full-fledged
of extracurricular activities are outside of the application process. learning. To accomplish this, assign- used bookstore, with tens of thousands of books of all
described in single sentences and Every hour of studying and reading ments and lessons should go beyond types.
every hour of studying and homework does more than aid in the pursuit of a preparation for exams and promote When you first enter the store,
is distilled down to a grade point aver- specific GPA, it lays the foundation discussion between students. Many you may be impressed by the
age. Many students and parents for a lifetime of intellectual inquiry teachers are already taking this into number of books you see. That
express surprise when they realize and acting as an informed citizen. account when planning their curricu- first room, however, is just the
how little information is really Additionally, community service and lum, which results in more enriching beginning. There are three more
shown in the application.  extracurriculars hold immense value classroom environments.  beyond that. Fortunately, the
When I first printed my application, in shaping kids into responsible Being able to separate learning place is remarkably well organ-
I felt a distinct and noticeable empti- adults. It is important to understand from achievement validated by out- ized, making it easy if you are
ness regarding the few pages of my this, as many students see college side entities can help ensure that stu- looking for a particular book or
academic history. For years, the admissions as the end point for pri- dents are content with their education author. And if you are just want-
prospect of pursuing college accept- mary and secondary education. In and are motivated to engage with the ing to browse, well, plan on
ances was presented as the impetus for turn, being turned down from schools curriculum. While college applica- spending some time.
academic excellence. My visceral reac- can cause people to see their previous tions are undoubtedly important, a Unlike most used bookstores, Greg Wilson
tion was a response to a feeling that schooling as meaningless. By valu- lifelong desire to continue learning which pay for the books they
my work over the years was not fully ing schooling for learning, students will lay the groundwork for a success- sell, Encore Books’ stock is completely donated.
covered in the eight pages. While I gain become more engaged with ful future.  Volunteers sort through the donations, organizing them
personally always enjoyed learning school for the right reasons, instead first by category and then by subject or author as appropri-
and engaging in classroom discourse of allowing numbers and acceptance ate. Books in bad shape — those that are moldy or torn, for
beyond the pursuit of grades, it was letters to determine their worth.  Charlie Chapman is a senior at Burlingame instance — are tossed, ensuring that what you find at
impossible to separate the desire for The college applications process High School. Student News appears in the Encore Books is of good to high quality.
cannot be blamed for the disconnect weekend edition. You can email Student Because the books are donated, what you’ll encounter on
perfection from eventually gaining News at news@smdailyjournal.com.
acceptance to a top university. between learning and grades. It is any given visit depends upon what has come in recently, so
repeat visits are a must. They occasionally get books —
and sometimes even entire collections — from people who
were serious collectors, so among the mundane there are
Letters to the editor often some real finds. For instance, Encore Books currently
has an entire bookcase full of books on China (some in
Chinese, some in English) donated by a Stanford professor.
Harry’s Hofbrau And I do not go there just for dinner biking there. I rely on bike space on And because Encore Books remains one of those rare book-
or occasional lunch. We recently pur- Caltrain to get to work every day stores that is not on the internet, the good stuff isn’t imme-
Editor, chased enough lasagna to feed 50 since I need to cycle from home to diately snatched up by some far-off collector or by someone
If ever there was a business that fit people that Harry’s had piping hot and from Caltrain to work. I have to looking to “flip” a bargain.
the definition of “institution,” it cer- ready for me to pick up and bring That brings me to the other great thing about Encore
tainly would be Harry’s Hofbrau. I am resort to driving to make my first
home. They made my life much easier. meeting on time when I am bumped, Books: their pricing. Encore Books exists to help fund the
fortunate to be close to the Redwood I am forever picking up one of their History Museum upstairs, and their books are priced to sell.
City location where my family and I obviating all the benefits described
five delicious gravy flavors to com- For instance, they have an entire room dedicated to paper-
are able to visit quite often. above. We therefore definitely need backs, all of which cost $1. Hardback books, even those in
plement a meal at home or a salad for
Where else can you get a hot com- the proposed increased bike capacity nearly new condition, can be had for as little as $2-$4.
my lunch the next day. So I am one of
fort food meal for five people in 10 (96 slots per train). Although rarer books do cost more, if you are a regular
the lucky ones who can still go to
minutes or less for $72.00 plus tax I know of people who have had patron of used bookstores, you’ll be pleasantly surprised
Harry’s in Redwood City.
(including two hot turkey dinners)? their bike stolen off of Caltrain. It is by Encore Books’ prices. And if that isn’t good enough,
The owner, Larry Kramer, is a kind
Harry’s is more than about food essential that sufficient seats and know that twice each year — in the spring and in the fall —
man and a reflection of the people
though. It is a social occasion where standing space be available in each Encore Books holds a 50 percent off sale, where everything
friends meet friends. Even the who work there.
bike car. I hope Caltrain will consider goes for half price.
employees working there have Encore Books doesn’t just sell books, though that is
become part of the reason I patronize consolidating bikes and seats into
David Thom probably 95 percent of what they have to offer. They also
Harry’s.  dedicated carriages to maximize train have some DVDs, CDs and LPs, along with some terrific
Recent news told us the 42-year-old San Carlos use, decrease cars on the roads and posters they obtained from Sunset Magazine. But books are
San Jose location is closing. I feel Caltrain parking lots, allowing more their main stock in trade. They have everything from
for the people who have eaten there people to reap the benefits of romances to classics to popular mysteries to books on phi-
for years. Many of these customers
Bikes on Caltrain Caltrain’s wonderful service. losophy. You name it, and they probably have it — includ-
are seniors or lower income people Editor, ing graphic novels and some comic books. They even have
looking for either some company or a I am committed to using Caltrain a section dedicated to signed books for the collectors
reasonably priced hot meal or both. because it’s green, relieves traffic on Suzie Scales among us.
Harry’s really provided a service that the 101, allows me to work en route San Mateo If you have some gently used books you are willing to
will be sorely missed. and provides me daily exercise by donate, Encore Books can always use more. You can bring
them in whenever they are open or, if your donation is par-
ticularly large, they can come to you and pick them up. Just
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Stocks drift in a quiet close to good week
By Stan Choe and Alex Veiga China and elsewhere.
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS That’s why analysts say this
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 23,996.32 upcoming earnings reporting sea-
NEW YORK — U. S. stock Low: 23,798.16 son, which kicks off in earnest
indexes nestled a hair lower on Close: 23,995.95 next week, could be the next trig-
Friday after the falling price of oil Change: -5.97 ger for volatility in the market.
weighed on energy companies, Delwiche said he wants to hear
but the S&P 500 nevertheless
OTHER INDEXES how optimistic CEOs are given
closed out its third straight win- S&P 500: 2596.26 -0.38 all the uncertainties about the
ning week following a brutal NYSE Index: 11847.96 +8.64 economy.
stretch in December. Nasdaq: 6971.48 -14.59 “We’ve seen some retrenchment
It was a day full of broken NYSE MKT: 2436.43 -19.34 in business confidence, ”
streaks — oil fell for the first time Russell 2000: 1447.39 +1.95 Delwiche said. “Is it a blip or evi-
in two weeks, and the yield on the Wilshire 5000: 26,855.16 +1.44 dence that those animal spirits
10-year Treasury note sank to its that we saw are starting to dissi-
first loss in more than a week — 10-Yr Bond: 2.70 -0.03 pate?”
but the market remained calm Oil (per barrel): 51.67 -0.92 In overseas markets, Japan’s
through it. Gradual moves for Gold : 1,288.20 +0.80 Nikkei 225 index jumped 1 per-
markets in recent days have cent, the Kospi in South Korea
offered a respite following the 23,995.95. The Nasdaq compos- Big gains earlier in the week at least paper over worries about rose 0.6 percent and the Hang
tumultuous trading that rocked ite lost 14.59, or 0.2 percent, to meant the S&P 500 was still slowing growth for corporate Seng in Hong Kong gained 0.5
investors in late 2018. 6,971.48, and the Russell 2000 hanging onto a 2.5 percent rise earnings and the possibility of a percent. In Europe, France’s CAC
“After some of the initial gains index of smaller stocks ticked up for the last five days. The three- looming recession. 40 dropped 0. 5 percent, and
we saw earlier in the week I think by 1. 95, or 0. 1 percent, to week winning streak for the S&P Companies across the country Germany’s DAX lost 0.3 percent.
it’s just a rally looking tired,” 1,447.38. 500 is its longest since August. are gearing up to report how much The FTSE 100 in London fell 0.4
said Willie Delwiche, investment It was the first loss for the S&P Not only that, the last three profit they made in the last three percent.
strategist at Baird. “I think it’s 500 in six days, and much of the weeks of gains have all been of months of 2018, and expecta- The yield on the 10-year
probably not much more than a reason for it was the falling price more than 1.8 percent. The last tions are for a fifth straight quar- Treasury note fell to 2.69 percent
chance for people to digest the of oil. Benchmark U.S. crude lost time that happened was in 2001. ter of growth topping 10 percent. from 2.73 percent late Thursday.
move and try to get a sense of 1.9 percent to settle at $51.59 per The S&P 500 has been clawing General Motors gave an encour- In the commodities markets,
whether we’ve had a bounce — barrel, and Brent crude, the inter- back gains since running to the aging sign Friday when it gave gold rose 0. 2 percent to
and this is it — or maybe a pause national standard, sank 1.9 per- edge of what traders call a “bear better-than-expected profit fore- $1,289.50 per ounce, silver edged
as we continue to move higher.” cent to $60.48 a barrel. market,” when it dropped 19.8 casts for both 2018 and 2019. up 0. 1 percent to $15. 66 per
The S&P 500 edged down by That helped pull energy stock in percent between setting a record That helped the automaker surge ounce and copper rose 0.9 percent
0.38 points, or less than 0.1 per- the S&P 500 down 0.6 percent, in September and a low on to the biggest gain in the S&P to $2.66 per pound.
cent, to 2,596.26. Last month, a the largest loss among the 11 sec- Christmas Eve. Stocks have 500, and it jumped $2.45, or 7.1 Natural gas gained 4.4 percent
typical day for the index was a tors that make up the index. climbed on soothing words from percent, to $37.18. to $3.10 per 1,000 cubic feet.
swing 10 times that. ConocoPhillips, Marathon Oil the Federal Reserve about the Other big-name companies Heating oil lost 1.4 percent to
The Dow Jones Industrial and Hess all fell more than 1 per- future path of interest rates, plus have recently offered a more dis- $1.88 per gallon, and wholesale
Average dipped 5.97 points, or cent. hopes that the U.S.-China trade couraging picture of revenue gasoline slipped 2.1 percent to
less than 0. 1 percent, to dispute may ease. That’s helped to trends due to slowing growth in $1.40 per gallon.

Business brief
SpaceX launches 10 more
How’s the US economy doing?
Iridium Communications satellites
LOS ANGELES — A SpaceX rocket delivered 10 satellites
to low-Earth orbit on Friday, completing a two-year cam-
Shutdown makes it hard to say
By Christopher Rugaber
paign by Iridium Communications Inc. to replace its origi-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
nal fleet with a new generation of mobile communication
technology and added global aircraft tracking capability.
The Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Vandenberg Air WASHINGTON — The partial shut-
Force Base at 7:31 a.m. and arced over the Pacific west of down of the U.S. government has
Los Angeles. The previously used first stage was recovered begun to make it harder to assess the
again with a bullseye landing on a “droneship” in the ocean health of the economy by delaying or
while the upper stage continued on to orbit. distorting key reports on growth,
The eighth and final launch of the $3 billion Iridium spending and hiring.
NEXT project completed delivery of 75 new satellites to Government data on home construc-
orbit for the McLean, Virginia, company. Sixty-six will be tion and retail sales, for example, won’t
operational and nine will serve as in-orbit spares. Six other be released next week because staffers
satellites remain on the ground as spares. who compile those reports have been
All 10 newly launched satellites communicated with furloughed. The retail sales report pro-
Iridium’s network operations center and were being readied vides a snapshot of consumer spend-
for testing, the company said. ing, which fuels more than two-thirds
Iridium has been moving its new satellites into positions of the economy. With Macy’s and
that were held by the old ones, which are lowered until they Kohl’s having said Thursday that their
burn up in the atmosphere. So far, 60 new satellites are in holiday sales were weaker than expect-
operation. ed, a broader gauge of retail spending KEITH ELLISON
The first Iridium satellites were launched in the 1990s to would have provided important clarity. Though the economy remains healthy in most respects, there are rising concerns
offer voice, data, fax and paging services to customers with In addition, the next report on the that growth could slow or even stall in coming months.
Iridium handheld telephones and pagers. economy’s overall growth, set for Jan. approved funding last year for the Labor healthy in most respects, there are ris-
Among new capabilities enabled by the fleet upgrade is 30, won’t be released if the shutdown Department, so the government’s next ing concerns that growth could slow or
Iridium Certus, described as a broadband solution for pur- remains in effect. Even if the govern- monthly jobs report will be released as even stall in coming months. The trade
poses ranging from life-safety services to command-and- ment has fully reopened by then, feder- scheduled on Feb. 1. But it’s unclear war between the United States and
control of unmanned aircraft systems and tracking. al workers won’t likely have had how long the department will be able to China, which has helped depress global
enough time to produce the scheduled issue jobs reports — the most closely growth, is likely slowing business
report on the nation’s gross domestic watched barometer of the economy — investment. The stimulus from the
product. after that. Trump administration’s tax cuts is
Not all agencies are closed. Congress Though the economy remains expected to fade.

Cheaper gas sends US consumer prices down 0.1 pct
By Christopher Rugaber Excluding the volatile energy and Chicago regional bank, said
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS food categories, core prices rose 0.2 Wednesday that mild inflation data
percent for the third month in a row. allows the Fed to “wait and carefully
They rose 2.2 percent from a year ago take stock of the incoming data and
WASHINGTON — Consumer prices for the second straight month. other developments” before deciding
slipped 0.1 percent last month, pulled The figures suggest that the healthy on future rate hikes.
down by sharply lower gas prices and economy is not yet creating wide- Fed policymakers lifted short-term
cheaper air fares, used cars, and mobile spread inflation pressures. That gives rates four times last year and have fore-
phone plans. the Federal Reserve more leeway in cast two more hikes this year. Yet
The consumer price index rose just deciding whether to raise short-term investors and some analysts think that
1.9 percent in December from a year interest rates. Fed Chair Jerome Powell slower U.S. and global growth this
earlier, the Labor Department said has said the Fed can be “patient” year, combined with low inflation,
Friday, the first time it has fallen regarding rate hikes this year. will keep the Fed from raising rates at
below 2 percent since August 2017. Charles Evans, president of the Fed’s all.
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News briefs
Wisconsin man arrested
in teen’s abduction, parents’ deaths
BARRON, Wis. — A 21-year-old man killed a Wisconsin
couple in a baffling scheme to kidnap their teenage daugh-
ter, then held the girl captive for three months before she
narrowly managed to escape and reach safety as he drove
around looking for her, authorities said.
Jayme Closs, 13, was skinny, disheveled and wearing
shoes too big for her when she approached a stranger and
pleaded for help Thursday near the small, isolated north
woods town of Gordon, where police said she was being
held by Jake Thomas Patterson.
Within minutes, Patterson was pulled over and jailed on
kidnapping and homicide charges for what authorities said
was his meticulously planned shotgun attack at the girl’s
home in October.
The news that Jayme was safe set off joy and relief 60
miles (96 kilometers) away in her hometown of Barron,
population 3,300, ending an all-out search that gripped the
state, with many people fearing the worst the longer she
was missing.
“My legs started to shake. It was awesome. The stress, the
relief — it was awesome,” Barron County Sheriff Chris
Fitzgerald said, describing the moment he learned Jayme
REUTERS FILE PHOTO had been found.
U.S. troops patrol near Turkish border in Hasakah, Syria. Jayme told one of the neighbors in Gordon who took her
in that she had walked away from a cabin where she had been

US withdrawing supplies, held captive.

Jury decides to strip Mongols
biker gang of trademark logo
but not troops, from Syria terms of the Syria pullout have raised Turkey. It also prompted the resigna-
LOS ANGELES — A California jury decided Friday that
the Mongols motorcycle gang should be stripped of its
trademarked logo in a first-of-its-kind verdict, federal pros-
By Robert Burns ecutors said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS questions about the Trump administra- tion of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis The jury in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana previously
tion’s broader strategy for fighting and drew criticism in Congress. Sen. found Mongol Nation, the entity that owns the image of a
Islamic extremism, including Trump’s Jack Reed, a Rhode Island Democrat, Mongol warrior on a chopper, guilty of racketeering and
WASHINGTON — The U.S. military
stated intention to reduce U.S. forces called the decision a “betrayal of our conspiracy.
said Friday it has started pulling equip-
in Afghanistan this summer. Kurdish partners.” The verdict caps an unusual decade-long quest by prosecu-
ment, but not troops, out of Syria as a
first step in meeting President Donald U.S. airstrikes against IS in Syria The U. S. military command in tors to dismantle the gang responsible for drug dealing and
Trump’s demand for a complete mili- began in September 2014, and ground Baghdad, which is managing the murder by seizing control of the trademark they said was
tary withdrawal. The announcement troops moved in the following year in counter-IS campaign in Iraq and Syria, core to the gang’s identity.
fueled concern about how quickly the small numbers. said Friday that it “has begun the Gang members were “empowered by these symbols that they
U.S. will abandon its Kurdish allies, The U.S. military has a limited net- process of our deliberate withdrawal wear like armor,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Steve Welk said.
amid contradictory statements recent- work of bases inside Syria. Troops from Syria,” adding that, for security The forfeiture still needs to be approved by a federal judge
ly by administration officials on an work mostly out of small camps in reasons, it would not reveal timeta- and the practical effect of such an order was not immediate-
exit timetable. remote parts of the country’s north- bles, locations or troop movements. ly clear. When prosecutors announced the charges in 2008
The withdrawal began with ship- east. Also, U.S. troops are among 200 Other U.S. officials later made clear they said a forfeiture order would allow any law enforcement
ments of military equipment, U. S. to 300 coalition troops at a garrison in that the pullout did not yet include officer to stop a gang member and “literally take the jacket
defense officials said. But in coming southern Syria known as al-Tanf, troops. right off his back,” according to court papers.
weeks, the contingent of about 2,000 where they train and accompany local The withdrawal plan, whose details Prosecutors wouldn’t comment Friday on what would hap-
troops is expected to depart even as the Syrian opposition forces on patrols to are classified, includes bringing hun- pen going forward. But defense lawyer Joseph Yanny ques-
White House vows to keep pressure on counter the IS group. Al-Tanf is on a dreds of additional troops into Syria tioned whether the judge would actually issue such an order
the Islamic State group. Once the vital road linking Iranian-backed temporarily to facilitate the pullout. and said the novel theory was ill-conceived.
troops are gone, the U.S. will have forces from Tehran all the way to These include troops to provide extra
ended three years of organizing, arm- southern Lebanon — and Israel’s security for those who are preparing to
ing, advising and providing air cover doorstep. leave. The full withdrawal is expected
for Syrian, Kurdish and Arab fighters Trump’s decision to leave Syria, to take several months.
in an open-ended campaign devised by which he initially said would be rapid The USS Kearsarge amphibious
the Obama administration to deal the but later slowed down, shocked U.S. assault ship is now in the region and
IS group a lasting defeat. allies and angered the Kurds in Syria, could provide troops and equipment to
Uncertainty over the timing and who are vulnerable to attack by support the withdrawal.
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Housing right places. Though he expected to see Bates, R-Laguna Niguel, counted the

BUDGET
Continued from page 1
But Mullin, who is also speaker pro tem-
pore of the Assembly, had mixed feelings
investments in early childhood education
in Newsom’s budget, he said he was pleas-
antly surprised to see increased funding in
expanded efforts to pay off debt, an increase
in the Earned Income Tax Credit and a plan
to expend voter-approved bond and tax
about the governor’s approach to address- higher education. Newsom proposed $36.4 funds to build and modernize schools among
ing the state’s housing crisis, which he felt billion in total funding for higher educa- the items to applaud in the governor’s first
billion to build reserves and another $4.8 missed an opportunity to restore redevelop- tion, up $1.4 billion over revised 2018-19 budget. But she noted the governor’s budget
billion to be used toward unfunded retire- ment agencies and proposed a punitive expenditures, according to his budget sum- would be an increase of $8 billion over last
ment liabilities, the governor’s first budget measure on cities that don’t meet state mary. year, and remained concerned about the
proposal was viewed by many as one that Regional Housing Need Allocation, or Berman expected the governor’s willing- state’s unfunded liabilities and proposals to
struck a balance between increased spend- RHNA, requirements. Acknowledging rede- ness to dedicate funding to higher education expand services and obligations that the
ing priorities and a commitment to fiscal velopment agencies as the single greatest so early in the year to allow educators to state may not be able to afford when the
responsibility. source of funding for affordable housing, focus on forming policies that will lever- economy slows down. “Democratic state
Newsom also projected a rainy-day fund of Mullin was disappointed a restoration of age those funds effectively instead of legislators have already proposed $40 bil-
$15.3 billion by the end of the 2019-20 fis- them was not included in Newsom’s budget. spending time pushing for more funding for lion in new spending, much of which would
cal year, noting investments in ongoing Though he appreciated Newsom’s drive to the first half of the year until a budget is be above and beyond what the governor has
and sound one-time expenditures will allow take action on housing, Mullin hoped the passed. proposed, ” she said in a statement.
the state to maintain a surplus in the com- coming months could bring more clarity on “It was nice to see the governor just come “Hopefully the final budget will reflect more
ing years, even as officials prepare for an the plan for building the 3.5 million hous- out in front and say ‘hey we’ve underinvest- caution.”
impending economic downturn. ing units Newsom hopes to take shape ed in our systems of higher education, and State Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo,
Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South across the state by 2025. He also took I’m going to increase spending,’” he said. viewed the governor’s budget proposal as a
San Francisco, said he agreed with other issue with the governor’s proposal to limit document outlining smart investments in
In commending Newsom for his commit-
legislators who lauded Newsom’s budget for transportation funds available to cities that the state’s future.
ment to Local Control Funding Formula,
presenting a more human-oriented spending don’t meet their RHNA requirements, not- “This budget will benefit Californian’s
school construction, services for young
plan than they have seen in recent years. ing the downshift in funds could be counter- quality of life: more access to early child-
children and families and rising school
With funding slated for health care and early productive and not sit well with many of hood education and health care, making col-
pension costs, Dr. Emma Turner, president
childhood education, plans included in the his colleagues. lege more affordable, more investments in
of the California School Boards
budget to inch the state closer to universal “Simply punishing cities is not going to our rainy-day reserve, paying down debts
Association, noted the organization is
health care coverage and the individual man- have the intended effect,” he said. “He’s and pensions, more funding for housing,
encouraged by the governor’s first budget
date marked a step in the right direction for really just going to make it more difficult and the highest level of K-12 spending in
and his appreciation of the critical issues
Mullin, who commended Newsom for focus- for communities, if you take their trans- our state’s history,” he said in a statement.
public schools face.
ing on investments that could signal future portation infrastructure funding away from Though Mullin hoped Newsom would pro-
savings in the state’s criminal justice and But with one of the largest economies in
them, to develop the right way.” the world and low levels of per-pupil fund- vide more specifics on how comprehensive
health care systems, among other areas. tax reform could be achieved, he felt the
“He understands the importance of invest- Mullin advocated for the governor to ing, the state is in need of even greater
focus on the underlying state and local governor’s first budget marked a welcome
ing in people,” he said. “It’s smart invest- investment to improve student performance
funding available for affordable housing, shift in focus onto priorities the Legislature
ing in people, so I was very encouraged to and close opportunity and achievement
noting the property tax generated from the has pegged for years. Mullin said he senses
see all of that.” gaps, she argued.
development of affordable housing is not Newsom has a genuine willingness to
Having hoped the governor will take on “Now that the arrow is pointed in the right engage with legislators on key issues, and
comprehensive tax reform early in his term, enough to incentivize cities to build it. direction, we need to augment positive looked forward to the conversations that
Mullin was also encouraged that Newsom intent with substantial and concrete invest- will shape his budget revision in May.
acknowledged a 2020 revision of Education ment,” she said in a statement. “I think there is already better alignment
Proposition 13 could be used as a bargain- For Assemblyman Marc Berman, D-Palo between his priorities and the Legislature’s
ing tool in working toward a tax reform Alto, Newsom’s proposal presented a bal-
Spending, tax reform priorities,” he said. “I think he’s really set-
deal. anced budget with increased funding in the State Senate Republican Leader Patricia ting the right tone out of the gate here.”

at 73 percent of normal with 7.6 inches of Normal rain totals are based on 30 years Kentfield in Marin County, Dykema said.

RAIN
Continued from page 1
rain on the season while the Oakland airport
was at 71 percent of normal and San Jose at
74 percent of normal.
worth of weather data. 
Locally, the north end of the Santa Cruz
Mountains tend to see the most rain, includ-
The incoming storms are also expected to
dump a healthy amount of snow on the
Sierras.
Santa Rosa, on the other hand, is doing a ing La Honda, Spring Valley and the hills “It will be a snowy week in Tahoe,”
Francisco, for example, is 3 inches away little better at 82 percent of normal while west of Redwood City. Dykema said. “The first few storms won’t
from reaching the historic average for this Salinas is more than 100 percent of normal, Venado in Sonoma County oftentimes impact the Sierras much, but 2 to 3 addi-
point in the water year, which began Oct. 1. but total rainfall there is less than in the sees the most rainfall of anywhere in the tional feet of snow could fall by the end of
As of Friday, Downtown San Francisco is Bay Area. Bay Area as well as Mt. Tamalpais and the week.”
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Panthers in low-scoring affair
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Menlo finishes off SHP with a flourish
By Terry Bernal first quarter on an 11-0 run. Then “She is one of our team cap- Gators. Trailing 33-31 at the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF in the fourth quarter, after SHP tains,” Menlo head coach John start of the fourth quarter, SHP
closed a Menlo lead to 33-31, the Paye said of Makoni, “and the took a Menlo turnover and creat-
Start strong. Finish strong. Knights responded with a 16-2 girls love her.” ed a 2 on 1, with Levison leading
Whatever happens in the middle run to put the game away. SHP (1-3, 10-6) responded the charge. She opted to take it
of the game — so far as the While sophomore point guard with its tandem of junior guard to the hoop herself — a safe bet
Menlo girls’ basketball team Avery Lee was pivotal in both Charlotte Levison and sopho- with the impressive strength of
goes — is, well, whatever. sprees, it was junior forward more center Megan Norris. Both her several of her previous drib-
The Lady Knights (3-0 WBAL Maeia Makoni who took over finished in double digits, with ble-drive finishes — but the ball
Foothill, 14-1 overall) enjoyed the game in the fourth quarter. Levison going for a team-high hit front iron for the miss.
two stellar runs at home Friday Lee and Makoni shared the game- 16 points and Norris adding 12. Instead of looking at their first
night to take down rival Sacred high with 18 points apiece. But, It was after a critical Levison even footing since the game’s TERRY BERNALDAILY JOURNAL
Heart Prep 58-41. With the game 15 of Makoni’s points came in miss, however, that the game Menlo sophomore Georgia Paye shoots a
tied 8-8, Menlo closed out the the closing period. spiraled out of control for the See MENLO, Page 16 floater in Friday’s win over Sacred Heart Prep.

Basketball star
Advantage Bears goes to court
M-A goes to wire to get on court
to top Carlmont
M
aori Davenport had to go to
court just to get back on the

in showdown of court. How ridiculous it’s come
to that for the Alabama high school basket-
ball star.
PAL front-runners Thankfully, a cruel and unjust ruling by
the state’s governing body was put on hold
By Terry Bernal Friday by a local judge, just hours before
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Davenport scored 25 points in Charles
Henderson High School’s victory over
The PAL South is projected to be a battle Carroll.
between Menlo-Atherton and Carlmont. It was just a temporary victory, but at
That forecast lived up to the hype Friday least it allowed
night at M-A. Davenport to play for
After a fourth quarter that saw five lead the first time since
changes, the M-A Bears (3-0 PAL South, 10- November.
3 overall) got a clutch defensive stop with We can only hope
10 seconds left to hold off the Scots for a the judge sides with
65-62 victory in a battle of unbeaten boys’ Davenport again when
basketball teams in the Peninsula Athletic he hears the facts of
League South Division. the case, though when
“I tried to tell the guys at the end of the that will happen is
night, the only thing you remember is the unclear. But, more
defensive stops,” M-A head coach Mike PAUL important, this ludi-
Molieri said. “… That’s what won the game crous affair should
at the end is a couple big defensive stops.” NEWBERRY serve as a lesson to all
high school adminis-
M-A guard Nick Tripaldi knocked down a
team-high 18 points, but it was the rebound trators:
he nabbed to finish off Carlmont’s final half- Rules are necessary, to be sure, but the
court possession that proved the highlight people who carry them out should always
of the junior’s night. try to do what’s best for the kids who play
With under 10 seconds to go and M-A the games.
clinging to a one-point advantage, That mantra is nowhere to be found in
Carlmont guard Lajuan Nelson fired up a 3- this case.
point attempt that careened off iron, with “I believe in rules. But I also believe in a
Tripaldi crashing in against a taller oppo- fair and reasonable application of the
nent to secure the board. Tripaldi then rock- rules,” said ESPN analyst Jay Bilas, who
eted a pass up the court to M-A senior Will has been lobbying on Davenport’s behalf.
Beasley, who was all alone to score a deuce “High school teachers and high school
with 3.3 seconds to go. coaches and high school administrators are
“I just had the mindset of I’ve got to get supposed to elevate their young people,
this board to win the game and secure it,” not keep them down.”
Tripaldi said. “I saw the guy and boxed him Davenport’s senior season — which
out, and grabbed the rebound.” should’ve been a triumphant last lap with
Nelson said his 3-point attempt was a sec- her Charles Henderson teammates before
ondary plan, as the Scots were looking to she headed off to play for Basketball Hall
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Menlo-Atherton forward Will Beasley scores the final bucket on a breakaway in the Bears’
See BEARS, Page 16 65-62 win at home over Carlmont in Friday’s key PAL South Division matchup. See NEWBERRY, Page 18

Slugger Davis, A’s agree on $16.5M, one-year deal
By Janie McCauley Marcus Semien and out- a wild-card loss to the Yankees. on the season’s final day to surpass the sea-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fielder Mark Canha While Oakland general manager David son high he set the previous year for
($2.05 million). Forst has said signing Davis to a multiyear Oakland.
OAKLAND — Athletics slugger Khris Davis received a hefty contract is a high priority, it wasn’t at the Davis and Jimmie Foxx from 1932-34 are
Davis is getting a $6 million raise after lead- raise from the A’s last win- top of the team’s offseason to-do list and the only players in Athletics history with
ing the majors in home runs last season. ter, then went out and hit a Forst said Davis understands that as the A’s three straight 40-homer seasons. Davis’ 85
majors-best 48 home runs try to build another winning roster.
Davis reached agreement Friday with homers in 2017-18 were second during that
while setting a career high The 31-year-old Davis received the $10.5
Oakland on a $16.5 million, one-year con- two-year span in the majors only to
with 123 RBIs — not to million, one-year contract last January to
tract to avoid salary arbitration. Giancarlo Stanton’s 86.
Khris Davis mention leading the low- more than double his salary after he beat the
The A’s also said Friday they had agreed to budget club back to the Before the 2017 season, Davis defeated
one-year deals with left-hander Sean team in arbitration the previous winter.
playoffs for the first time since 2014 before
Manaea, infielders Jurickson Profar and He hit 43 home runs in 2017, connecting See ATHLETICS, Page 18
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Two big runs carry Mills over Burlingame
By Nathan Mollat This was not one of those games that will
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF be kept for posterity, however. While
Burlingame (2-1 PAL South, 6-9 overall) got
A 10-point run in high school basketball is good looks, the Panthers simply could not
not necessarily a killer. make a basket, finishing the game with just
Friday, a 10-point run accounted for nearly seven field goals made
half the points scored in the first two quarters Mills (3-0, 7-8), while shooting a little bit
as Burlingame took on Mills in Millbrae better at 41 percent, didn’t take care of the
Friday night. ball very well, tuning it over eight times,
But it was 10 unanswered points from the while the Panthers also came up with 11
Vikings that finally gave them some breath- steals.
ing room against a freshman-laden Panthers’ “It wasn’t the cleanest game,” Hansen said.
squad. “But Mills-Burlingame games are usually
Despite seeing Burlingame cut the lead to hard fought, and at time emotional, games.”
four points midway though the third quarter, Burlingame, which started three freshman
Mills stabilized and pulled away for a 33-18 Friday night and has five in the rotation,
win to improve to 3-0 in PAL South Division managed only one basket in the opening
play. eight minutes, shooting 1 for 9 in the quarter. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
“Every basket was big. Every free throw The Mills student section erupts as Aaron Chen, who scored a game-high 16 points, grabs a
was big,” said Mills head coach Rick Hansen. See MILLS, Page 17 rebound and pushes the ball upcourt during the Vikings’ 33-18 win over Burlingame.

points to lead Woodside Priory (2-1 WBAL they attended the funeral of slain classmate
FRIDAY Local sports roundup Foothill, 8-5 overall) Mo Othman, who was shot and killed
win. NDB (0-3, 8-6) was led by Taylor Monday.
Girls’ basketball Jefferson (1-2, 5-10) got 10 points from McDonald, who finished with 11 points.
Menlo-Atherton 44, Carlmont 41 Cathy Felix. Alaiyah San Juan added nine points for the THURSDAY
The Bears handed the Scots their first PAL Tigers.
South loss of the season as Erica Fischer Aragon 67, San Mateo 41 Boys’ wrestling
scored a game-high 16 points. The Dons drained six 3-pointers in the
Girls’ Wrestling Half Moon Bay 52, El Camino 22
Carlmont (2-1 PAL South, 11-4 overall) first quarter alone as they went on to beat Willis wins at Prospect tournament The Cougars, the five-time defending Bay
led 14-10 after one period, but M-A (2-1, 7- the cross-town Bearcats for their second win Kaileigh Willis, a first-year wrestler at Division dual-meet champion, won their
8) managed to tie the game at 22-all by half- a row. Oceana, captured the 145-pound division 31st straight Bay Division team match in
time. The Bears took a 35-30 lead after three Alyssa Corpuz led San Mateo with 13 title at the Kusumoto Klassic Friday at the league opener.
quarters and then held on in the fourth. points, while Audrey Morganstern pulled Prospect High School. In the finals, she The victory was highlighted by Christian
Ashley Trierweiler and Evelyn Gordi each down eight rebounds for the Bearcats. dominated in an 11-3 win over North Navarrete’s first varsity win at 115 pounds,
scored 15 to pace Carlmont. The 41 points was a season-best for San Salinas’ Paula Garcia, who is ranked fourth where he recorded a pin, one of seven HMB
Mateo. in CCS at 150. wins.
South City 49, Jefferson 31
The Warriors evened their overall record at Woodside Priory 43, Girls’ soccer Girls’ wrestling
7-7 with the win over the Grizzlies, while Notre Dame-Belmont 32 Mercy-Burlingame 4, King’s Academy 1 Half Moon Bay 48, El Camino 9
staying undefeated in PAL North Division The Panthers got a big game from senior Down 1-0 at halftime, the Crusaders erupt- The defending PAL champs opened the
play. Ila Lane as she led them to the win over the ed for four second-half goals to win their 2019 season with a win over the Colts.
Becca Tasi led South City (3-0 PAL North, Tigers in a WBAL Foothill Division meet- WBAL Foothill Division opener over the Elizabeth Mendez-Cortez pulled off the
7-7 overall), finishing with 16 points and ing. Knights. upset of the night at 128. Trailing 12-1,
12 rebounds. Anastasia Fotu added 10 in the Lane, a 6-4 post, scored a game-high 25 Izzy Bojorquez led Mercy (1-0 WBAL Mendez-Cortez rebounded to post a late,
Foothill, 5-2-2 overall), netting a hat trick second-round pin.
and assisting on the fourth goal. Rania Jacqueline Miguel-Dolores earned her
Salamy scored the Crusaders’ fourth goal, first varsity win for the Cougars with a pin
while also earning an assist on a Bojorquez at 162.
strike.
Girls’ soccer
Boys’ soccer Half Moon Bay 2, Mills 1
South City 3, Carlmont 0 All three goals were scored in the second
Christian Vasquez moved from his central half, but the Cougars prevailed in a PAL
defender position to striker and found the Lake Division victory.
back of the net twice to lead the Warriors to Brianna Frieitas scored the first goal for
the win over the Scots. HMB, scoring on a shot from 25 yards out.
Jared Marmolejo scored the third goal for Anna Bikle scored the second for the
South City. Cougars, putting home a shot off a free kick
Carlmont was missing several starters as from Morgan Day.

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Rams, Cowboys seek postseason breakthroughs
By Greg Beacham The matchup also showcases two of the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “What better game would you want? Playoff game in LA versus best young quarterback-running back combi-
America’s Team. It’s going to be a great matchup.” nations in the league. Prescott and Ezekiel
LOS ANGELES — As if the pressure of Elliott are the heart of a team that has won
playing for the Los Angeles Rams’ first play- — Todd Gurley, L.A. Rams running back eight of its last nine games since trading for
off victory in 14 years wasn’t enough, Todd receiver Amari Cooper, capped by Dallas’
Gurley carries an extra imperative into the crushed by the extraordinary weight on both back Dak Prescott said. “And more than what gritty victory over Seattle last week in the
Coliseum on Saturday night. teams in this matchup under the Hollywood it means for the past, but because of this wild-card round.
“Basically, everybody I know hates the spotlight. group of guys that I’m going to do it with. Jared Goff and Gurley make it happen for
Cowboys,” the Rams’ All-Pro running back A trip to the NFC championship game is Just simply how we’ve been able to perse- the Rams, who rolled to an 11-1 record with a
said. “They’ve been hitting me up all week, more than enough motivation for two fran- vere (through) all the adversity and every- nearly unstoppable offense. Losses to the
so I’ve got to try to take care of business for chises that haven’t been that close to a Super thing that we’ve been through together, off Bears and Eagles in December raised ques-
those guys.” Bowl in many years. the field, on the field. I just know we’ve got tions about their run defense and offensive
And then there’s Wade Phillips, the 71- “It’s a prime-time game in the playoffs,” the right guys to do it.” line, but McVay’s team is rested and deter-
year-old Los Angeles defensive coordinator Gurley said. “What better game would you The Rams haven’t been in a conference mined to make a Super Bowl run.
who was fired as Dallas head coach in 2010 want? Playoff game in LA versus America’s championship game since the 2001-02 sea- “I think there’s a confidence that’s been
and replaced by his assistant, Jason Garrett. Team. It’s going to be a great matchup.” son, and they only ended a 12-year playoff earned,” McVay said. “We have a lot of
With a straight face, Phillips calls the divi- Dallas has won three playoff games in 22 drought last January with a home loss to respect for the Dallas Cowboys, but we
sional playoff showdown “a revenge game years, and it hasn’t won a road playoff game Atlanta in the wild-card round. Coach Sean expect to win this game. We know it’s going
for me.” since January 1993. The Cowboys haven’t McVay’s incredible turnaround of his fran- to take a great effort, but we’re going in with
The Cowboys (11-6) inspire strong feel- reached the NFC title game since the 1995 chise has inspired a wave of copycat coach- the mindset and mentality that we expect to
ings across the football world, but these season, losing five straight times in the ing hires across the NFL this month, but win. I think that confidence is something
Rams (13-3) are just joking around. Their divisional round. McVay knows it doesn’t mean much without that’s been earned every day by our players,
ability to do so indicates they’re not feeling “Yeah, it would mean a lot,” Dallas quarter- his first playoff victory. and then we’ve got to go out and prove it.”

Chiefs aim to rewrite playoff history vs Colts
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Asked whether he understood the magni- second-half hole to beat Andy Reid’s first The Chiefs happen to believe the same thing.
tude of the next installment in the one-sided Chiefs team in 2013. Yes, they earned the No. 1 seed with their
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Given the postsea- series, Chiefs cornerback Kendall Fuller There are still more than a dozen players
son history involving Indianapolis and third consecutive AFC West title, and have
replied quite simply: “Oh yeah.” around who were involved in that game five arguably the game’s best young quarterback in
Kansas City over the years, Andrew Luck and years ago, yet each acknowledged this week
the Colts have every reason to feel confident “Especially what they’ve been going Patrick Mahomes. Hill joins Travis Kelce, a
through over the years and things like that history has no bearing on what will tran- healthy Sammy Watkins and running backs
heading to Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday. spire Saturday .
The Chiefs have every reason to believe that,” he said. “We definitely see how fans Spencer Ware and Damien Williams in giving
they’re due. feel, what they’re expecting and stuff like “Obviously they are a great team,” said Colts him plenty of weapons , while a defense that’s
Four times the teams have met in the play- that.” kicker Adam Vinatieri, who has played in the been statistically poor also has more sacks
offs, twice in the wild-card round and twice There was the 1996 wild-card matchup in past two playoff games against Kansas City. than any other team.
with a spot in the AFC title game on the line. which Chiefs kicker Lin Elliott missed three “They’ve won a lot of games. They’ve got a Yet the Colts, the sixth and last seed in the
Each time the Colts emerged victorious. All field goals and the Colts won 10-7. The very explosive offense. They’ve got probably playoffs, may be the hottest team playing .
but one were down-to-the-wire nail-biters, divisional showdown in 2003, when the the best returner in the National Football They rebounded from a 1-5 start to win nine of
one a record-setting shootout and another a Colts won 38-31 in a game featuring no League with (Tyreek) Hill. their last 10 games to reach the postseason,
defensive slugfest, and each left Colts fans punts. The 23-8 whitewashing three years “We are going to have to play our best then dominated the Houston Texans last week
feeling euphoric and Chiefs fans feeling later and, most recently, the 45-44 shootout game,” Vinatieri said, “to try to keep up with with a bludgeoning ground game and stingy
cursed. in which Luck led the Colts from a 38-10 them.” defense .
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AP source: LeMahieu, Yankees fact, SHP outrebounded Menlo 32-29
Baseball briefs
Lefty reliever Will Smith
nearing two-year deal
NEW YORK — Gold Glove-winning free-
MENLO
Continued from page 13
throughout. But once Makoni got going
from long range, there was no stopping her.
After hitting a 3 to give the Knights a 38-
reaches one-year deal with Giants agent second baseman D.J. LeMahieu and the 31 lead, she drew a foul from beyond the arc
SAN FRANCISCO — Giants left-hander Yankees are nearing agreement on a two-year on the following possession and knocked
opening minutes, the Gators got buried in a
Will Smith reached agreement Friday on a contract, a person familiar with the negotia- down all three free-throws to push the lead
landslide of missed shots and turnovers
$4,225,000 contract with the San Francisco tions told The Associated Press, a deal that to 41-31.
from there.
Giants to avoid salary arbitration. would appear to eliminate New York as a desti- “I think that kind of broke the ice,” Paye
nation for Manny Machado. “I don’t know how much that changed the
Smith was a key member of the bullpen in a feel one way or another for us,” SHP head said.
lost season for San Francisco after he came The person spoke on condition of
anonymity Friday because no agreement had coach Melanie Murphy said. “We were just The Knights were hot and cold from the
back in 2018 from a year sidelined following missing a lot of shots today. … We got it to field, shooting just 34 percent in the game.
Tommy John surgery. been announced.
within 2 but it kind of snowballed after IN the fourth quarter, though, they were 6 of
The 29-year-old Smith, who earned $2.5 The 30-year-old LeMahieu spent the previ-
that.” 9 from the field.
million last season, went 2-3 with a 2.55 ERA ous eight seasons with Colorado at hitter-
with 14 saves in 54 appearances and 53 friendly Coors Field and won the NL batting SHP committed 26 turnovers throughout, After Menlo graduated six seniors last
innings. title in 2016 with a .348 average. He hit .276 including 13 in the closing period. year, including three starters, Paye didn’t
Smith received the 2018 “Willie Mac last year with 15 homers and 62 RBIs, and he The pressure defense of Menlo’s full-court know what to expect this season. But the
Award,” with Hall of Famer Willie McCovey won his second straight Gold Glove and third press has a way of instigating turnovers. Knights are off to a faster start than their
in attendance to present it during the season’s overall. But everything went against SHP over the red-hot 10-1 opening in 2017-18. This
final weekend. McCovey died just more than a New York was seeking infielders in the final seven minutes. year, they have won 14 of their first 15.
month later on Oct. 31. The honor is voted on absence of shortstop Didi Gregorius, who is And everything was going right for “We’re excited,” Paye said. “It was hard to
by the players, coaches and training staff to recovering from Tommy John surgery and is Makoni, who impresses as a girls’ high tell about what was going to happen with
recognize the team’s most inspirational play- not expected back until summer. The Yankees school version of Draymond Green. The this team. … We have a tough league and
er both on the field and in the clubhouse. signed former Colorado shortstop Troy junior wasn’t much of a presence in the we’re right in the middle of it. Every game is
Tulowitzki last week. post, as she totaled just three rebounds. In a battle for us.”
“We knew what we were in for,” Carlmont “They’re definitely fast,” Ozorio said. up with steal and converted in transition to

BEARS
Continued from page 13
head coach Ron Ozorio said. “[M-A] might
not be tall but they’re extremely physical
and they’re well coached. They’re the gold
“And we got a little rattled there. We shot
some 3s that maybe we shouldn’t have. But
that’s what we do. We do shoot the 3. We try
tie it 37-37. Hooper followed with a bucket
to give the Bears their first lead since early
in the first quarter.
standard in our [league]. Anytime we can to get up shots. So, I don’t have any prob- “[Anderson] comes in there and gives us
match up with them and play like with them lem with most of those.” some energy,” Molieri said. “He did in the
get the ball into the post to big man Jake like we did tonight, we’ll take that. We’re Carlmont was 3 of 5 from beyond the arc third quarter. He runs to the basket downhill,
Kennedy. When the pass wasn’t there, not happy with the loss. But we competed, in the third quarter, but just 1 of 4 in the and that’s our approach with him. And he
Nelson —  who accounted of one of and that’s No. 1.” fourth. made some great passes.”
Carlmont’s nine made 3s on the night — ran
into a leaning attempt from beyond the arc. Carlmont (2-1, 12-3) was on its game in “We’re quicker,” Tripaldi said. “So we just Through three league games, M-A is now
“I thought it was going to go in,” Nelson the first half. After M-A took a 9-7 lead in have to play harder than them.” tied for first place in the PAL South with
said. “I should have followed it, though, to the first quarter, the Scots went on an 11-0 Tripaldi knocked down four 3s in the Mills, as the Vikings also improved to 3-0
chase the rebound.” run. Then in the second quarter, the 3s start- game. Senior forward Heath Hooper and jun- in league Friday with a 33-18 win over
M-A tied a taller Carlmont team in knots ed splashing. At one point, the two teams ior guard Justin Anderson added eight points Burlingame.
in the post throughout. The Bears countered combined for four made 3s on four alternat- apiece for the Bears. Still, M-A isn’t taking to heart any favor-
the presence of Kennedy, at 6-5, and the 6-8 ing possessions. Anderson enjoyed a big finish in the first able prognosticating that it is the team to
senior Ben Ledwith with aggressive, physi- The Scots took a 34-31 lead into half- half. With the Scots up 29-22, the junior beat in the South.
cal tactics that, at time, bordered on ball- time, but M-A hit the throttle in the second made back-to-back buckets, then two pos- “We’re not that far from other teams;
yard rules. Kennedy scored a game-high 19 half. While Carlmont was comfortable from sessions later produced a big assist to sen- we’ve got a long way to go,” Molieri said.
points, through most of those came from 3- long range when its shooters had their legs ior James Beckwith, who was cutting up the “I compliment Carlmont. They were intense
point land or the free-throw line. And the under them, trying to run with the Bears baseline and powered through to cut the … they were making shots. So, there’s not
two combined for just eight rebounds proved to take a bite out of the Scots’ shoot- deficit to 33-31. that big of a difference between us and
throughout. ing efficiency. To start the second half, Anderson came Carlmont.”

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Warriors cruise past Chicago
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Warriors 146, Bulls 109 Stephen Curry made back-to-back Toronto
NBA STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W
32
L
12
Pct
.727
GB

SATURDAY
Wrestling
WHAT’S ON TAP
Serra at Jim Root Classic at Prospect High School, all
day
3-pointers early in the third quarter Philadelphia 27 16 .628 4 1/2
Boston 25 16 .610 5 1/2 Boys' soccer
OAKLAND — Klay Thompson ters. He made three from long range to move past Jason Terry into third Brooklyn 21 23 .477 11 Serra at Valley Christian, 11 a.m.
picked up where he left off on his in the first 70 seconds of the place all-time in made 3-pointers. New York 10 32 .238 21
record-setting night in Chicago ear- Boys' basketball
rematch and the rout was on in the He made five overall and finished Southeast Division Crystal Springs vs Harker at Golden 1 Center-Sacra-
lier this season, making seven most lopsided win of the season for with 28 points. His 2,285 career 3s Miami 20 20 .500 — mento, 1 p.m.; Serra at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 6:30
Charlotte 19 22 .463 1 1/2 p.m.; Westmoor at Half Moon Bay, 7:45 p.m.
more 3-pointers and scoring 30 Golden State. trail only Reggie Miller (2,560) Washington 18 25 .419 3 1/2
points to lead the Golden State The Warriors took a double-digit and Ray Allen (2,973) in NBA his- Orlando 17 24 .415 3 1/2 Girls' basketball
Warriors to a 146-109 victory over Atlanta 13 29 .310 8 ICA at Pacific Bay Christian, 3 p.m.
lead after just 2:19 and the Bulls tory.
the Bulls on Friday night. never got the game back within sin- Kevin Durant added 22 for the Central Division
Thompson set an NBA mark in
the first meeting between the teams
gle digits. Jonas Jerebko banked in Warriors, his 15th straight game Milwaukee
Indiana
29
28
12
14
.707
.667

1 1/2 NFL PLAYOFFS
a 3-pointer from beyond half court with at least 20 points. Detroit 17 23 .425 11 1/2
on Oct. 29 by hitting 14 3-pointers at the end of the first quarter to give Zach LaVine scored 29 points to Chicago
Cleveland
10
8
32
35
.238
.186
19 1/2
22 Divisional Playoffs
as part of a 52-point night while Golden State a 43-17 lead that grew lead the Bulls, who have lost six Saturday, Jan. 12
WESTERN CONFERENCE
playing only the first three quar- to 44 points in the third quarter. straight games. Southwest Division Indianapolis at Kansas City, 1:35 p.m. (NBC)
W L Pct GB Dallas at L.A. Rams, 12:15 p.m. (FOX)
Houston 24 17 .585 — Sunday, Jan. 13
two free throws with 1:38 left in the down just four point, 16-12.

MILLS
San Antonio 25 18 .581 — L.A. Chargers at New England, 10:05 a.m. (CBS)
first half to finally give the Vikings Mills responded. Chen brought New Orleans 20 22 .476 4 1/2 Philadelphia at New Orleans, 1:40 p.m. (FOX)
Dallas 20 22 .476 4 1/2
some breathing room as they went ohhs and ahhs from the crowd with Memphis 19 22 .463 5

Continued from page 14
into halftime with a 16-5 lead.
“(Chen is a) very accurate shoot-
his slashing baseline scooping
layup. But the Vikings’ fans really
Northwest Division
Denver 28 12 .700 —
TRANSACTIONS
er,” Hansen said. “He usually gets went nuts when Vasquez used a head Oklahoma City 25 16 .610 3 1/2 BASEBALL
Mills, however, scored only four going pretty quick.” and ball fake to the left before Portland 26 17 .605 3 1/2 COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE —Suspended Detroit
Utah 22 21 .512 7 1/2 LHP Gregory Soto 20 games, pursuant to Article
points on 2 of 9 shooting. Despite Mills’ late flurry to end going right for a drive up and under Minnesota 20 22 .476 9 XII(B) of the Basic Agreement.
When Burlingame’s Louis the second quarter, Burlingame was the rim for a layup. A couple of fast- Pacific Division
American League
Martineau hit a 3-pointer midway still in the game and the Panthers break layups and 3 of 4 free throws Warriors 28 14 .667 — OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Agreed to terms with
LHP Sean Manaea, INfs Jurickson Profar and Mar-
through the second period, it cut the opened the second half with their and the Vikings held a 26-12 lead L.A. Clippers 24 17 .585 3 1/2
cus Semien and OFs Mark Canha and Khris Davis on
L.A. Lakers 23 20 .535 5 1/2
Panthers’ deficit to a point — 6-5. best run of the game. Sean going into the fourth period. Sacramento 21 21 .500 7 one-year contracts.
But then that aforementioned run Richardson knocked down a 3, fol- Mills was content to run clock in Phoenix 10 33 .233 18 1/2 National League
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Agreed to terms with
materialized for the Vikings. Senior lowed by a reverse layup from Will the fourth quarter and still managed Saturday’s Games LHP Will Smith on a one-year contract.
guard Aaron Chen used a pull-up Uhrich, which prompted a timeout to outscore the Panthers in the peri- Detroit at L.A. Clippers, 12:30 p.m. NFL
Memphis at Miami, 2 p.m.
floater to get Mills — and himself by Mills. od, 7-6. Boston at Orlando, 4 p.m.
ARIZONA CARDINALS — Named Vance Joseph
defensive coordinator and Bill Davis linebackers
—  going. It was the first of three But Burlingame’s Anthony “I thought we had a lot of (good) New Orleans at Minnesota, 5 p.m. coach.
San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 5 p.m.
straight buckets for Chen, as he Sylvestri, who finished with a looks,” said Burlingame head coach Denver at Phoenix, 6 p.m. BALTIMORE RAVENS — Named Greg Roman of-
went on to finish with a game-high team-high five points, stole the Jeff Dowd. “I’m happy with that. Charlotte at Sacramento, 7 p.m. fensive coordinator.
Chicago at Utah, 7 p.m. GREEN BAY PACKERS — Retained defensive co-
16 points. Chen went on to drain a ensuing inbound pass and went in We just couldn’t get them to go Sunday’s Games ordinator Mike Pettine.
pair of 3s while Colby Vasquez hit for a layup and the Panthers were (down).” Golden State at Dallas, 4 p.m. NEW YORK JETS — Named Adam Gase coach.

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and I sent the money back ASAP.” they were nailed. as “maddening.”
NEWBERRY
Continued from page 13
Case closed, right?
Hardly.
The AHSAA said any violation of its ama-
“If exceptions are made, there would no
longer be a need for an amateur rule,” said the
statement issued by Johnny Hardin, president
“To force Maori Davenport to miss her sen-
ior year of high school basketball because of a
mistake that wasn’t even her fault is nonsensi-
teurism rule carried an automatic one-year sus- of the AHSAA’s Central Board of Control. “The cal,” King wrote on Twitter.
pension, effectively ending Maori Davenport’s rules are applied equally to ALL athletes.” The Alabama Legislature, usually a bastion
of Famer Vivian Stringer at Rutgers — was
thrown into turmoil over a simple clerical high school career. Charles Henderson, the But Bilas pointed out that this was such an of no-nonsense law and order, even passed a
error. defending Class 5A champion, also was extremely rare case, it didn’t even require a rul- resolution urging the high school association
Last summer, Davenport played for her coun- ordered to forfeit its first four games, the ones ing once the money was paid back. to reconsider its decision.
try at a youth tournament in Mexico City, an that Davenport played in before turning herself “There’s no way that when the rule was put Davenport still seems a bit overwhelmed by
enormous honor for a player still in high in. into place that this was even contemplated,” the whole affair. And no matter what the judge
school. As is normally does, USA Basketball Davenport appealed the ruling, only to be he said. “I don’t know how many young peo- ultimately rules, her senior year has been for-
sent out a modest stipend check of $857.20 to turned down by two AHSAA panels. Even more ple in Alabama play for their country, but I’m ever tarnished.
everyone who participated. appalling, the association put out a statement guessing it’s not very many. Certainly, not That’s something she’ll never get back.
That was not an issue for those players who this week coldly defending its decision, essen- very many who still have high school eligibil-
tially putting all the blame on Davenport’s ity.” “I don’t think I did anything wrong,”
were already heading to college since the Davenport told The Associated Press during a
NCAA allows such payments. But USA family as well as the coaches and administra- Good thing, he added, the AHSAA wasn’t
tors at Charles Henderson. visit to the Legislature this week. “I was con-
Basketball failed to check on whether it around when that US Airways jet was forced to
fused and I was shocked.”
applied to high school players such as For Bilas, that was the final straw. make an emergency landing in the Hudson
River. “I assume they would’ve cited Sully She hopes no other else has to endure this
Davenport, who couldn’t accept any money “That statement was full of falsehoods and
Sullenberger for boating without a license.” sort of injustice.
under the amateurism rules of the Alabama mean-spirited,” he said Friday. “It does not
High School Athletic Association. speak well of anyone in the state of Alabama, The Davenport ruling turned Alabama into a “I just want them to help this not happen to
Davenport’s family deposited the check. especially those within the state high school national disgrace, drawing universal condem- any other student-athlete in Alabama,”
Then, some three months later, after learning athletic association. That was low-brow stuff.” nation from all corners of the sporting world. Davenport said. “Just be clear about the rules.
that the payment was against AHSAA rules, The AHSAA statement said Davenport had Golden State Warriors star DeMarcus Always communicate with every high school.
they self-reported the violation and repaid the adults around her who should have known the Cousins, a native of the state, demanded that That way, this has no chance of happening
money to USA Basketball. rules. It said the Aug. 15 payment wasn’t Davenport be allowed to play. Kobe Bryant again.”
“USA admitted their mistake,” said Tara reported for 91 days and only after the start of called it “just about the most ridiculous thing Sounds like a reasonable request.
Davenport, the player’s mother and a coach at Charles Henderson’s season, as if implying I’ve heard in youth basketball.” Tennis great Far more reasonable than what we’ve heard
Charles Henderson Middle School. “Her dad that Davenport’s family only fessed up when Billie Jean King described the whole situation from the adults in the room.

Still, he went 12-9 with a 3.59 ERA in 27
ATHLETICS
Continued from page 13
starts and 160 2/3 innings. His no-hitter
was the 12th in A’s history and seventh of
the Oakland era.
The A’s acquired Profar from Texas in a
the A’s in an arbitration hearing — awarded a trade last month and he will become the reg-
$5 million salary over the $4.65 million ular second baseman to replace Jed Lowrie,
offered by Oakland. He had earned $524,500 who landed with the Yankees on Thursday for
in 2016 and that was his first time being eli- $20 million over two years.
gible for arbitration.
Profar, who in 2012 homered in his first
Manaea pitched a no-hitter against Boston big league at-bat before shoulder issues
on April 21 in a bright start to a season that forced him to miss two full seasons, hit .254
ended with the ace undergoing shoulder sur- with 20 homers and 77 RBIs in 146 games
gery in September. He is expected to be out while playing all four infield positions for
until around the All-Star break. the Rangers in 2018.

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‘A Dog’s Way Home’
is sweet, sentimental
By Lindsey Bahr about a dog who finds her way back to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS her owner across 400 miles of Colorado
terrain, because this is one sugary con-
How much of a sweet tooth do you have coction. Not that it’s ineffective — I dare
when it comes to movies? It’s a question even non dog-lovers not to get a little
you might want to consider before step- misty eyed at the inevitable conclusion
ping out for “A Dog’s Way Home,” W. — it’s just very, very, VERY earnest, like
Bruce Cameron adaptation of his book See DOG’S, Page 22
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Documentary puts SUSAN’S CITY SCENE
new attention on R.
Kelly sex allegations
By Russell Contreras and Michal Tarm #MuteRKelly social
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS media movements have
seized on the renewed
R. Kelly, one of the top-selling recording attention to call for
artists of all time, has been dogged for years streaming services to
by allegations of sexual misconduct involv- drop Kelly’s music and
ing women and underage girls — accusa- promoters not to book
tions he and his attorneys have long denied. any more concerts.
But an Illinois prosecutor’s plea for The allegations extend
potential victims and witnesses to come R. Kelly beyond Illinois. A lawyer
forward and new protests have sparked hope representing an Atlanta-
among some advocates that the R&B star area couple who appeared in the Lifetime
might face criminal charges. documentary said Georgia prosecutors have
“Please come forward. There’s nothing reached out to him. Attorney Gerald Griggs
that can be done to investigate these allega- represents Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage,
tions without cooperation between victims who have said repeatedly that Kelly has
and witnesses, ” Cook County State brainwashed their daughter and kept her
Attorney Kim Foxx said Tuesday at a news from contacting them.
conference in Chicago. “We cannot seek Despite the accusations that span decades,
justice without you.” the star singer, songwriter and producer who
Still, some legal experts and prosecutors rose from poverty on Chicago’s South Side
say it may be difficult to bring charges. has retained a sizable following.
Accusers and witnesses would have to speak Kelly broke into the R&B scene in 1993
out, and even then, prosecutors could have a with his first solo album, “12 Play,” which
hard time winning a conviction. yielded such popular sex-themed songs as
In recent days, Kelly has faced increased “Bump N’ Grind” and “Your Body’s Callin’.”
pressure from advocates who have protested Months later, the then-27-year-old faced
outside of his Chicago studio and demanded allegations he married 15-year-old Aaliyah
that police investigate allegations against — a multi-platinum R&B vocalist who later AUDREY PENVEN
minors. died in a plane crash in the Bahamas. Kelly Magician Christian Cagigal appears at the ‘Fog City Magic Fest,’ running at the EXIT Theatre
The latest attention comes days after served as the lead songwriter and producer in San Francisco from Jan. 23-26.
Lifetime aired the documentary “Surviving for Aaliyah’s 1994 debut album, “Age Ain’t
R. Kelly,” which revisited old allegations Nothing but a Number.” By Susan Cohn
and brought new ones into the spotlight. Kelly and Aaliyah never confirmed the DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT
The series follows the BBC’s “R Kelly: Sex, marriage, although Vibe magazine pub-
Girls & Videotapes,” which was released last lished a copy of the purported marriage EXIT THEATRE PRESENTS FOURTH ANNUAL “FOG CITY MAGIC FEST.” Magic returns
year. It alleged that the singer was holding license. Court documents later obtained by to the EXIT Theatre with the Fourth Annual “Fog City Magic Fest,” co-curated by Master
women against their will and running a “sex the Chicago Sun-Times showed Aaliyah Magician Jay Alexander and SFBG’s 2018 Best Magician of the Bay Christian Cagigal.
cult.” Held at the magic-friendly EXIT Theatre, where festival co-founder Christian Cagigal has
Activists from the #MeToo and See KELLY, Page 22 been an Artist-in-Residence since 2006, “Fog City Magic Fest” features a wide array of
special guest stars from around the country. Highlights include solo storyteller and magi-
cian David Hirata’s historical excavation, “The Jap Box”; the welcome return of NYC’s
Peter Samelson; the magic of fan-favorite Jade; the EXIT’s first-ever Close-up Magic event
hosted by Ryan Kane; a Saturday afternoon kids’ show with YouTube’s Grumpy Princess;
and “Fog City Magic Fest’s” signature closing night MAGIC SLAM! — the Iron Chef of
magic competitions. Four magicians are split into two teams, are given one secret ingre-
dient (OK, it’s really more like three ingredients), and get 30 minutes to create the GREAT-
EST MAGIC TRICK IN THE WORLD! This year’s contestants are Danté Mancini, Brian
Scott (Discover Magic), Brad Barton (The Lost Church) and David Gerard (PianoFight).
Who lives? Who dies? Come find out. Jan. 23 to Jan 26. The EXIT Theatre is located at 156
Eddy St. in San Francisco. Individual tickets ($20-$30) and seven-show passes ($100) are
available at http://www.theexit.org/fog-city-3/.

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 susan@smdailyjournal.com.
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‘Roma’ actresses drew on
personal lives for inspiration
By Berenice Bautista found romantic failure.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In her acting debut, Aparicio
meshes perfectly with Marina de
MEXICO CITY — Playing Cleo Tavira, who plays Sofia, her
in director Alfonso Cuaron’s employer and a mother of four
Spanish-language film “Roma “ who is abandoned by her husband.
was for Yalitza Aparicio much De Tavira, whose roles in the tele-
more than putting herself in the vision series “Las Aparicio, ”
shoes of another woman. For the “Capadocia,” and “El Senor de los
lead actress of Mixtec origin Cielos,” made her the most expe-
praised for her moving portrayal rienced hand in a cast where many
of a domestic worker, it was per- actors had no credits.
sonal: that was her mother’s occu- One thing the whole cast had in
pation. common was Cuaron’s decision to
“For me it has been very impor- break with his previous practices
tant to grow up knowing about and try a new and different tactic:
my mom’s work and that she was he never gave the actors the whole
always at every moment support- script. The director filmed the
ing me and teaching me to have scenes in chronological order, and
this strength,” she said in a recent gave the actors instructions for
interview. the day that sometimes contradict-
Her mother raised Aparicio and ed each other. That was the case in
her siblings alone after their the scene where Sofia asks her
father left the family when the children to write a letter to their
actress was about 15-years-old. absent father.
Aparicio had never seen a Cuaron told de Tavira that it was
Cuaron movie or acted. She had to especially important for her char-
look for photos of the director acter that her son Tonio (Diego
online to be able to recognize Cortina Autrey) write a letter. But
him when they met for the first REUTERS before filming started on the
time. Up until that moment she Actor Yalitza Aparicio speaks to journalists prior to the projection of the film ‘Roma’ at Los Pinos Presidential scene, Cuaron whispered to the
planned to be a pre-school residence which was turned into a cultural center in Mexico City. young actor that he should leave
teacher. him most of Liboria Rodriguez, of the children for speaking their Times . On Sunday she will com- without writing anything. The
She accompanied her sister, his childhood nanny to whom he language. pete for the Critics’ Choice best result was genuine reactions to
who was the one originally inter- dedicated the film. Rodriguez is “I tried to make a tribute to that actress award alongside Emily unforeseeable situations. Cuaron
ested, to the audition in the south- also from the southern state of job that I feel is so important,” Blunt, Glenn Close, Toni has said he did it that way because
ern state of Oaxaca. Aparicio Oaxaca, one of the poorest of Aparicio said. “I see it as what Collette, Olivia Colman, Lady that’s the way real life is.
ended up being the one called Mexico and also one with the many women do in real life: they Gaga and Melissa McCarthy. Just as Aparicio connected to
back. biggest indigenous population of enter a home to work and give The role of the domestic worker, the script through her domestic-
Her mother accompanied her to the country, but she is of Zapotec their hearts and their all as if it which in many movies is second- worker mother, de Tavira had a per-
subsequent meetings, worried that origin, while Aparicio is Mixtec. were their own family even ary, takes on a whole new dimen- sonal connection: she lived
it could all be human trafficking The film includes dialogue in though they have their own lives sion in “Roma. ” Aparicio through her parents’ divorce in
ruse. Once she had the part, Mixtec. and sometimes difficult ones.” achieves scenes of great expres- real life in the 1980s, a decade
Aparicio recruited her friend and If “Roma” ends up winning the In spite of her lack of acting siveness in spite of having little after the era depicted in the movie.
fellow teaching student Nancy Oscar for best foreign language experience, Aparicio has dazzled or no dialogue. From the first Even then, divorced women
Garcia, who plays domestic work- film, it would be also a victory for audiences. She leads a list of best scenes she maintains an enviable faced stigma in conservative
er Adela in the movie. the 68 indigenous languages spo- performances of 2018 in Time complicity with the children she Mexican society and normally had
Cuaron had embarked in a quest ken in the country. In the movie, magazine and was also included in cares for while facing the com- to take over full responsibility
to find a woman who reminded Cleo and Adela are scolded by one a similar list from the New York plaints of her employer and a pro- for child care, de Tavira said.

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‘Green Book’ writer apologizes for old tweet about Muslims
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and he had seen it. in a statement Thursday. “I especially “‘Green Book’ is a story about love,
There is no evidence deeply apologize to the brilliant and kind acceptance and overcoming barriers, and I
LOS ANGELES — “Green Book” co- such celebrations Mahershala Ali, and all members of the will do better,” the statement said.
writer Nick Vallelonga has apologized for a occurred. Muslim faith, for the hurt I have caused.” Vallelonga has now deleted his Twitter
2015 tweet about Muslims and 9/11 that “I spent my life trying He added an apology to his late father account.
has resurfaced a few days after the film won to bring this story of Frank Anthony Vallelonga, an actor His old tweet began circulating
a Golden Globe Award. overcoming differences known professionally as Tony Lip, whose Wednesday just as “Green Book” director
In the tweet, he said then-presidential- and finding common real-life befriending of black concert Peter Farrelly was apologizing when a 20-
candidate Donald Trump was “100% cor- ground to the screen, pianist Don Shirley was the basis for the year-old story emerged about him flashing
rect” that local television news in New Nick Vallelonga and I am incredibly film. Ali, who is Muslim, plays Shirley his genitals to colleagues as a joke.
York on 9/11 showed Muslims in Jersey sorry to everyone asso- and Viggo Mortensen plays the elder “Green Book” won the Golden Globe on
City cheering when the towers came down, ciated with ‘Green Book,”’ Vallelonga said Vallelonga. Sunday for best musical or comedy movie.

i n j eo p ardy. was still able to sell out arenas across the ag ai n s t t h ei r wi l l i n Geo rg i a.

KELLY
Continued from page 20
Almost a year later, Kelly was arrested
in Florida after authorities found digital
images of the singer allegedly involved
nation until the pressure of the #MeToo
movement damaged his reputation and
hurt concert bookings.
Kim Mehlman-Orozco, author of
“Hidden in Plain Sight: America’s Slaves
of the New Millennium” and an expert wit-
in sex acts with an underage girl, but He settled at least three lawsuits accus- ness in sex trafficking cases, said she was
those charges were dropped over a dispute ing him of having sex with underage girls struck by the similarities from the accusa-
admi t t ed l y i n g ab o ut h er ag e o n t h e on the search warrant. filed between 1997 and 2002. One accuser
license. In May 1997, she filed suit in tions in the “Surviving R. Kelly” docu-
Both Kelly and the girl denied they were said Kelly forced her to have an abortion. mentary and the stories told by convicted
Cook County, Illinois, to expunge all the ones in the video, even though the The accusers, all black women, said
records of the marriage, court documents sex traffickers.
quality of the video was good and multiple years after the trial that Kelly kept them “These sex traffickers didn’t allow
showed. witnesses at trial testified it was clearly locked up and used them for sex at his
A judge later agreed to seal the marriage women to talk to each other, and the traf-
them. will. The Lifetime series interviewed fickers compared themselves to God, ”
records. Kelly won three Grammys that In Chicago, the jury of nine men and women who said they were physically
year for “I Believe I Can Fly, ” a song that Mehlman-Orozco said.
three women deliberated for about seven assaulted, had to ask for permission to eat
would be sung at churches and graduations Kelly’s Chicago attorney, Steve
hours before acquitting the singer in 2008 or use the restroom and were taped engag-
across the U. S. on charges of videotaping himself having ing in sex acts. Some women said they Greenberg, said in a phone interview that
He has not only written numerous hits sex with a girl who prosecutors allege was had to escape or be rescued. the allegations in the Lifetime documen-
for himself but for other artists including as young as 13. tary were false.
Celine Dion, Michael Jackson and Lady Critics suggested that Kelly’s alleged
After the acquittal, Kelly vowed not to abuse continued and was largely ignored Winning a conviction under current sex-
Gaga. His collaborators have included trafficking laws will be a challenge
abandon the explicit music that helped because the victims were black women.
Jay-Z and Usher. because Kelly’s defense will argue that the
make him famous. J i m DeRo g at i s , a l o n g t i me mus i c
Still, accusations of inappropriate sex- women entered into his home willingly
ual misconduct followed Kelly for much of “Absolutely not, and I tell people all cri t i c fo r t h e Ch i cag o Sun -Ti mes ,
the time, man, ” Kelly told the Associated p l ay ed a k ey ro l e i n drawi n g t h e at t en - and Kelly did not benefit financially from
his career. their exploitation, Mehlman-Orozco said.
In Feb ruary 2 0 0 2 , a 2 7 -mi n ut e v i deo Press in 2012. “Make no mistake about it, t i o n o f l aw en fo rcemen t t o t h e al l eg a-
R. Kelly is not going anywhere. It’s just t i o n s . He recei v ed t h e reco rdi n g o f t h e Prosecutors could seek a conviction on
s urfaced t h at s h o wed a man p urp o rt ed t o lesser charges such as endangerment of a
b e Kel l y en g ag ed i n s ex act s i n v o l v i n g that R. Kelly has such a unique talent, and s ex t ap e i n t h e mai l i n 2 0 0 2 , t h en
I’ve been blessed to be able to do all type t urn ed i t o v er t o p ro s ecut o rs . Kel l y was minor or money laundering — charges
an un derag e g i rl . Th e s i n g er was l at er
of genres of music . . . I’m exploring my ch arg ed mo n t h s l at er. In 2 0 1 7 , h e some alleged sex traffickers have faced.
i n di ct ed o n ch i l d p o rn o g rap h y ch arg es
an d i t ap p eared t h at Kel l y ’s career was gift right now. ” wro t e a s t o ry fo r BuzzFeed ab o ut t h e “But witnesses will have to come
Now 52, his hits have dwindled, but he al l eg at i o n s Kel l y was h o l di n g wo men forth, ” Mehlman-Orozco said.

sion, played by Ashley Judd. Once the authorities get word of Bella, a freeway and even lives alongside a home-

DOG’S
Continued from page 19
Bella is a very cute pup who grows into a
very cute dog with limited grammar and
comprehension skills that never quite
and impound her once, her cozy existence
with Lucas and his mom comes to an end and
she goes to live, for a time, with some rela-
less man for a while. She is laser-focused on
getting back to Lucas, however, and even
the good situations she comes across (like
evolve past that of a 4-year-old (i.e. “I’m tives of Olivia’s who live in New Mexico. living in the very stylish and expensive
ready to do ‘go home!’’’). She also happens But the dutiful and deeply nostalgic Bella home of a couple who take her in) aren’t
a PBS Kids morning show meets a cute decides to take things into her own hands enough.
puppy pics slideshow with much higher to be enemy No. 1 of the city of Denver after
she falls on the wrong side of a ban on and find her way back to Denver and Lucas. Although it might be a stretch to catego-
production value. rize this as a movie, “A Dog’s Way Home” is
Bryce Dallas Howard provides the hon- breeds designated as pit bulls, and impounds Directed by Charles Martin Smith, of such
them on sight. harmless enough and a nice little adventure
eyed voice for the heroine, Bella, a stray animal adventures as “Dolphin Tale” and that’s fit for the whole family. But you
who lives happily with some dogs and cats “I know, it’s stupid,” explains an employ- “Air Bud,” ‘’A Dog’s Way Home” is actually might want to have the tissues ready.
under an abandoned property until animal ee at the animal shelter admirably succinct- surprisingly intense. Bella goes dumpster- “A Dog’s Way Home, ” a Columbia
services snags about half (including her ly. Another character, Olivia, played by diving one day with a pack of mangy dogs Pictures release, is rated PG by the Motion
mom). She soon gets adopted by a kind col- Alexandra Shipp of “Love, Simon” she comes across, she witnesses poachers Picture Association of America for “themat-
lege-aged kid across the street, Lucas (Jonah describes it as, “basically racism.” This killing a cougar, befriends a CGI baby ic elements, some peril and language.”
Hauer-King), who works at the VA and lives movie really has it in for Denver’s cougar, steals food from quite a few people Running time: 96 minutes. Two and a half
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Friday. Gasner acknowledged the egre-
Calendar BOASBERG gious nature of his client’s actions,
and noted Boasberg is remorseful for
his behavior with regard to the vic-
SATURDAY, JAN. 12 call 697-7607. Continued from page 1
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San Bruno AARP Chapter 2895 he said.
Monthly Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. V inyl Cutting. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Marymount Greenhills luxury vacations in Las Vegas, prose-
AARP Chapter 2895, 1555 Crystal Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de cutors said previously. “He took advantage of a position of
Springs Road, San Bruno. Free. For las Pulgas, Belmont. Sign up to use Retirement Center in Millbrae, as well
The thefts were discovered when trust with a client and friend,” he said.
more information call 583-4499. the Titan Vinyl Cutter at the Belmont as her son, Boasberg is said to have
Library for free. Each session will be both facilities, where the victims “The reality is there is a totality here
Paper Cup Parrots. 10:30 a.m. to 30 minutes in duration. Each patron embezzled nearly $460,000 from the
receive 24-hour care, reported his fail- and there are other characteristics of
11:15 a.m. Menlo Park Main Library, will be given a 6’x6’ piece of vinyl to woman and her son between 2010 and
800 Alma St., Menlo Park. Free. For cut their design on. Oracal 631, 651 ure to make monthly payments for the defendant that shouldn’t be over-
2014.
more information call 330-2501. and Siser Heat Transfer Vinyl avail- their care to the county Health looked.”
able for patrons to choose from. Free Instead of helping the 63-year-old
Orchid Plant Auction. 12:30 p.m. to and for all ages. To register of for man maintain the level of care he was System’s Adult Protective Services, Nimau said Boasberg’s actions left
3 p.m. San Mateo Garden Center, 605 more information call 591-8286.
supposed to receive, Boasberg had which resulted in his removal as the the victim in a depressive state and
Parkside Way, San Mateo. For more victims’ power of attorney in 2015.
information call 517-3329. Puppet Show: Carnival of Animals him sign over everything he had so with few options for his required 24-
(Children's Program). 6:30 p.m. to 7
the attorney could take trips to Canada The county’s Public Guardian has been hour care, noting Boasberg squandered
AAUW Presents: A Talk with Angie p.m. San Bruno Public Library, 701 the victims’ conservator after
Coiro. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Belmont Angus Ave., W. San Bruno. Free. For and the Philippines and pay off credit the opportunity to return some of the
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, more information call 616-7078.
card debt he and his wife accrued, noted Boasberg was removed as their attor- funds he stole from him. In advocating
Belmont. Bay Area radio journalist
Learn to Play Bridge. 6:30 p.m. to Garratt. She added the man could not ney, according to prosecutors previ- for a four-year prison sentence, Nimau
Angie Coiro who produces and hosts
‘This Is Now’ will speak at the 8:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, later offer an explanation as to why he ously. underscored the permanence of
Belmont Library on politics and cul- 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
would cede his assets to Boasberg to Released on his own recognizance Boasberg’s actions.
ture. For more information call 591- Mateo. Come learn the basics of con-
8286. tract bridge. Cost is $135 to $165. . For his own detriment and did not under- after his July 10 plea deal, Boasberg “The financial harm Mr. Boasberg
more information call $135 to $165.
stand what was going on at the time. was given an opportunity to make has inflicted on both victims in this
Origami Time. 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. progress on the restitution he would
Reach and Teach, 144 W. 25th Ave., TUESDAY, JAN. 15 Having attempted to end his life in case is irreparable,” she said. “They
San Mateo. Free for all ages. For more IPhone and iPad Basics. 10 a.m. to owe the victims, noted Deputy will live with this harm for the rest of
noon. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 August, the man who once considered
information call 759-3784. District Attorney Kristin Nimau. But their lives.”
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Boasberg a friend will now likely
Manage devices, stay connected, he was remanded back into custody in Boasberg, who will receive 376
Old Friends New Art. 6 p.m. to 8:30 never leave the care facility because
p.m. The Main Gallery, 1018 Main St., browse the web and take photos. August after it was discovered he vio- days credit for time served, said he was
Redwood City. Winter exhibition fea- $20 for four classes. Registration is the attorney acted in his own self-
required. For more information call lated a condition of his release from sorry and remorseful for his actions
tures art works by more than 40 cur- interest, she noted.
rent and former Gallery members. 522-7490. custody by practicing law with elderly and appeared to wince when Garratt
“This person is living in hell and
The collective represents a wide vari- clients and had surrendered an expired rebuked him for living the high life
ety of media: oil, acrylic, pencil, water- StarVista Crisis Center Volunteer probably will for the rest of his life,”
color, photography woven metals, Training Begins. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. passport instead of a valid one. with his wife at the expense of the vic-
StarVista, 610 Elm St., Suite 212, San she said. “It comes down to greed and
felting, textiles, jewelry, ceramics and Boasberg faced a three-year prison tims, to whom he is expected to pay
found-object sculptures. Carlos. Volunteer telephone coun- that’s all it is.”
selors to work the Suicide and Crisis term when he pleaded to his charges in $456,782 in restitution.
SUNDAY, JAN. 13 Hotline training for five weeks. For Boasberg is believed to have filled July, and his defense attorney Adam
San Mateo Quaker Worship Group. more information call 489-1539. out 12 life insurance applications Gasner asked Garratt to consider the “It may be non-violent but it cer-
10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Gardners’
Disagreements in the IEP Process.
using false information about the maximum sentence once set for his tainly isn’t non-serious,” said Garratt.
Association Hall, 503 E. Fifth Ave., San
Mateo. Free. For more information 10 a.m. to noon. Shoreway man’s medical history and listing client just before he was sentenced “The level of greed here is disgust-
call 384-9817. Conference Room, Sobrato Center, himself as the beneficiary. He also ing.”
350 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood
Aleppo to Istanbul: Sacred Sufi City. Parental participation is the hall-
Music of the 19th and 20th mark of the IEP process, and the key
up along the Ralston Avenue corridor, ple a brush cleanup day.
Centuries. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Aragon
High School Theater, 900 Alameda de
las Pulgas, San Mateo. Tickets cost
$25 and over. For more information
call 504-5965.
to formulating a truly individualized
education program for a child with
special needs. Free. For more infor-
mation call (415) 377-7941.
Memoir Classes. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
SAFETY
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sometimes on private property, as well
as fire engine accessibility in the
city’s cul-de-sacs. Another resident
Marshall also noted one issue mov-
ing forward is determining and then
informing residents of the most effec-
Little House, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo called for the placement of power tive evacuation plans should a wildfire
Masterwork s of the Asian Ar t
Museum Docent Lecture. 3 p.m. to Park. Every Tuesday until Tuesday, poles to be factored into the risk occur. Speaking of a notification sys-
4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Jan. 29. Cost $15. For more informa- “This is a great addition and we’re assessment and suggested officials
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. tion call 326-0723. already doing a lot, ” Councilman tem specifically, he noted one problem
Have a inside look into the new look into the possibility of under- is that people often don’t believe a
exhibits. Free. For more information Work ing in the Cloud for Charles Stone said. “Unfortunately, grounding power poles in fire-prone
call 591-8286. B eginners. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. maybe the silver lining to some of wildfire is actually occurring at first
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., areas. and need multiple sources to alert them
Journalist Peter Byrne on the Millbrae. Free. For more information these fires in other parts of the state is
‘Forever War.’ 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. call 697-7607. people are taking this seriously in a Mayor Davina Hurt suggested some of the danger before they take action.
Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo,
B ook Club. 6 p.m. South San way that they haven’t before and that sort of program to help low-income In other business, the council unani-
300 E. Santa Inez Ave., San Mateo.
Science writer and investigative jour- Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., helps make it easier for us to take these residents protect their homes from mously passed an ordinance that
South San Francisco. The January steps.”
nalist Peter Byrne has lately been
selection is ‘Folly’ by Laura R. King. For wildfires and Councilwoman Julia requires short-term rental companies
preoccupied with what he sees, in
recent history, as the ‘new’ military more information call 829-3860. During public comment, residents Mates wants to see volunteer work like Airbnb to collect and remit tran-
strategy of the U.S. Free. For more
Free Workshop: Protecting Your
expressed concerns about debris piling focus on mitigation as well, for exam- sient occupancy tax.
information call 286-0332.
Portfolio in a Volatile Market. 6:30
‘The R evolutionists’ by Lauren p.m. to 8 p.m. San Mateo Public
Gunderson. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Dragon Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo.
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203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal requesT for proposals
notice of general plan study Filed: 12/12/2018 Transit center electrical room
session /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ improvement project
Judge of the Superior Court
noTice is hereBy giVen that the Dated: 12/12/2018 The City of San Mateo (City) is ac-
City of San Mateo City Council will (Published 12/22/18, 12/29/18, 1/5/19, cepting proposals (RFP) to select a
hold a meeting for the General Plan 1/12/19). qualified firm to provide design-build
2040 Update - Study Session services to design and build improve-
ments to the electrical room at the
meeTing DaTe & Time: Transit Center.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 All questions regarding this request
at 7:00 PM for proposals (RFP) shall be directed
orDer To shoW cause for to Steve Wu, Project Manager, email:
meeTing locaTion: change of name swu@cityofsanmateo.org, or to the
CASE# 18C1V06819 City of San Mateo Public Works Fa-
City Hall Council Chambers SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
330 W. 20th Avenue cilities, 1949 Pacific Boulevard, San
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Mateo, CA 94403 by January 25,
San Mateo, CA 94403 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 2019. The RFP is available for view-
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 ing online at http://www.cityofsanma-
projecT DescripTion: PETITION OF teo.org/bids.aspx.
The City of San Mateo City Council Seyed Saeed Moaddel Shahidi RFP shall be submitted by firms that
over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
will hold a study session, in the regu- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: have a capable and demonstrable
lar meeting under Old Business, to re- Petitioner: Seyed Saeed Moaddel background in the type of work descri-
ceive a status update regarding the Shahidi filed a petition with this court for bed in this RFP.
update of the General Plan 2040. a decree changing name as follows: In addition, all interested firms shall
Present name: have sufficient, readily available re-
projecT locaTion: Seyed Saeed Moaddel Shahidi sources in the form of trained person-
Citywide Proposed Name: nel, support services, safety proto-
Saeed Shahidi cols, specialized consultants, perti-
sTaff conTacT: nent field equipment, and financial re-
Julia Klein, Principal Planner THE COURT ORDERS that all persons sources to carry out the work without
Tel: (650) 522-7216; interested in this matter shall appear be- delay or shortcomings. Services re-
Fax: (650) 522-7201; fore this court at the hearing indicated quired by this RFP shall be performed
jklein@cityofsanmateo.org below to show cause, if any, why the pe- under the responsible charge of a
tition for change of name should not be Project Manager who is a licensed
City of San Mateo, Planning Division granted. Any person objecting to the
330 West 20th Avenue, California Contractor, Professional Ar-
name changes described above must file chitect or Engineer.
San Mateo, CA 94403 a written objection that includes the rea- The proposals shall be submitted to
sons for the objection at least two court the City of San Mateo City Clerk's Of-
Study session items are for discus- days before the matter is scheduled to fice, 330 W 20th Avenue, San Mateo,
sion purposes only, no vote is taken; be heard and must appear at the hearing California, 94403, no later than: 4:00
instead comments are given for con- to show cause why the petition should p.m. on February 1, 2019. Proposals
sideration & subsequent plan revision not be granted. If no written objection is received after the deadline will not be 298 collectibles 304 furniture 306 housewares
before the project comes back to fu- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- considered. Respondent's shall sub-
ture, publicly noticed meetings. This tion without a hearing. A hearing on the mit their proposals in two (2) bound Topps BaseBall complete set 1987 Dining TaBle - WITH Extension, six pressure cooKer-BranD New
meeting is open to the public & will in- petition shall be held on 2/14/2019 at 9 sets, one (1) unbound set and one (1) thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- chairs, Solid wood, Vintage 1950’s, $450 $50 (650)222-2025
clude a public comment period to re- a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, electronic copy in PDF format on a 4474 (650)692-8012.
ceive oral comments. Written com- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this CD, DVD, or flash drive.
ments to the City Council or staff can Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes- VinTage sTemWare: 3 styles, 23 Dresser 4-DraWer in Belmont for royal- openhagen xmas Wall
be submitted at City Hall OR mailed, Dated: January 13, 2019 pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 $75. Good condition; good for children. Plates 7 7/8" dia. 1976, l980,1984 $10
faxed or emailed to the project plan- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- /S/ Diane Papan, Mayor
ing on the petition in the following news- Call (650)678-8585 ea. (650)344-4756
ner (contact info above) or to the City
Clerk at polds@cityofsanmateo.org. paper of general circulation: 299 computers Dresser-anTique VaniTy Combo, 3 sinK DouBle cast iron. Good condi-
San Mateo Daily Journal
Filed: 12/31/2018 beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $550 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES 19" color Monitor with stand VG con- (650)290-3188
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ dition power cord/owners manual includ- Tea seT-silVer Platted, Coffee Pot,
ACT - In compliance with the Ameri- Judge of the Superior Court ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
cans with Disabilities Act, those re- enTerTainmenT caBineT, 42"W x Tea Pot, Water Pot, Cream And Sugar
Dated: 12/28/2018 $175 (650)222-2025
quiring accommodations for this meet- (Published 1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19, 31"H. Two drawers at bottom, dark finish.
ing should notify the City Clerk 48 295 art recorDaBle cD-r 74, Sealed, Unop- Good condition $75 (650)722-6318
1/26/19). ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
hours prior to the meeting at (650) (650) 578 9208
522-7040. oil painTing-canVass, Victorian
eThan allen sofa and love seat. Blue
308 Tools
Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
for additional project information OBO (650)515-6091 300 Toys velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- 2 crafTsman 16in Reel Mowers new
please refer to orDer To shoW cause for stering. Free. (650)593-7001. in box $40 each(650)766-4858
www.cityofsanmateo.org/ change of name 296 appliances american flyer locomotive runs
hatshappening CASE# 18C1V005541 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 anTique iron Hand Drills. 3 available
genTly useD coffee table; cherry fin-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, air conDiTioner 10000 BTU w/re- ish/traditional $40 (650)722-6318 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG jump anD Play Keyboard brand new, in
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. gliDer rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 0898 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
PETITION OF sTar Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader (650)771-6324.
Wendy Kay Toth $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 iKea Dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
free Washer and 220v dryer, both crafTsman 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
orDer To shoW cause for TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
change of name Petitioner: Wendy Kay Toth move, stairs. 302 antiques iKea TaBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
CASE# 18C1V06653 Shahidi filed a petition with this court for
a decree changing name as follows: $ 30. (650)598-9804. lg crafTsmen shop vac 6.5hp $60
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, glass-panel lampshaDe. Similar anTique hemingray Glass Tele- (510)943-9221
Present name: Wendy Kay Toth to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris-
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Proposed Name: Wendy Kay Miller neW Deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762- ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must shopsmiTh marK V 50th Anniversary
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 $75 (650)727-7266 6048 Sell! (650) 875-8159. most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons (650)504-0585
PETITION OF interested in this matter shall appear be-
Marta Garisoain hoTpoinT heaVy Duty Dryer excellent Beer sTeins-original from Germa- neW TWin Mattress set plus frame
fore this court at the hearing indicated working condition Burlingame $50 Call ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info VinTage crafTsman Jig Saw. Circa
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: below to show cause, if any, why the pe- $30.00 (650) 347-2356
Dan (408)656-0958 (650)592-7483 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
Petitioner: Marta Garisoain filed a peti- tition for change of name should not be niagara ViBraTing Adjustable bed
tion with this court for a decree changing granted. Any person objecting to the mayTag Washer excellent working
name as follows: name changes described above must file condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan mahogany anTique Secretary desk,
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
(408)656-0958
310 misc. for sale
Present name: Marta Garisoain a written objection that includes the rea- (408)656-0958 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
Proposed Name: Marta S. Diaz sons for the objection at least two court office Type 34"X 60" heavy solid 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
days before the matter is scheduled to mfg h20laBs Model 300 exc cond wood with formica wood grain top $25 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons be heard and must appear at the hearing counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. roseVille Tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900. (650) 787-9753
interested in this matter shall appear be- to show cause why the petition should $45. (650)574-2490. Bessy small Evening Hand Bag With
fore this court at the hearing indicated not be granted. If no written objection is neW, singer Sewing Machine Univer- reclining chair, wine colored $30, Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- (650)-583-4985
tition for change of name should not be tion without a hearing. A hearing on the chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 303 electronics BifolD shuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00
granted. Any person objecting to the petition shall be held on 2/14/2019 at 9 reTro huTch Needs refinishing other- (650)544-5306
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, seWing machine-royal XL 6000 cannon copier. $20. 650-342-5220. wise good condition. Top detaches from
name changes described above must file Blue oysTer cult lp signed by donald
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. bottom $25. (650)712-9962
a written objection that includes the rea- Order to Show Cause shall be published (650)342-8436. free TeleVision - Mitsubishi, r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
sons for the objection at least two court at least once each week for four succes- 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not soliD WooD Dining table with exten- (408)661-6019
days before the matter is scheduled to sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Tiffany sTyle Lamp shade. Older- Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local sion great piece great condition black
be heard and must appear at the hearing ing on the petition in the following news- multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) Delivery available. $80 (650)364-5263 cash regisTer Parts; Much Skin Not
to show cause why the petition should paper of general circulation: 727-7266. Guts $500 (415)269-4784
not be granted. If no written objection is San Mateo Daily Journal onKyo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital soliD WooD Entertainment Center-
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- Filed: 1/2/2019 Vacuum cleaner (reconditioned) Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In comealong 3/4 ton chain $25 (650)
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. 873-6304
petition shall be held on 1/24/2019 at 9 Judge of the Superior Court X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Dated: 1/2/2019 phillips-50” color T.V., Heavy, $99 cosco play Pen with travel bag. Used
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this (Published 1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19,
297 Bicycles (650)591-8062
(925)482-5742
once $35 (650)591-2981
Order to Show Cause shall be published 1/26/19). aDulT BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal- TaBle 24"x48" folding legs each end.
cuT glass serving bowl 8" diameter
at least once each week for four succes- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 304 furniture Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
$25. Call 650-921-4016
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
ing on the petition in the following news- chilD’s schWinn Bicycle, Blue in anTique Dining table for six people Deluxe folDer Walker - 5" wheels -
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 TaBle lamp with brown base & gold
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. trim, 30" tall. $5.00. Call 650-872-2371 Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good. anTique mohagany Bookcase. Four TiKi Bar - Oringinal from the 60’s,Like DriVe 3-Wheel buggy $45. Call
The San Bruno Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, Jan- Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220. feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 (650)589-1407
uary 15, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior Center, 1555 Crystal mounTain BiKe new 21 gears $100. BeauTiful Dresser, dark wood fin- (650)245-4234.
free magazines. Library discards
Springs Road, San Bruno, CA to conduct a Study Session and (650)722-3634 ish and like new $100 (650)722-6318 year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
Community Engagement Meeting to obtain community input on mounTain BiKe. Top brand. Runs BeauTiful heaDBoarD for a queen TWin BeD frame-black wrought iron crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
future City policies for Small Cell Personal Wireless Communi- good. $39. (660)342-5220 sized bed. Medium brown finish. Ask for from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
haT, T-shirT, sweatshirt and comput-
cations Facilities in the Public Right-of-Way and Easements in photo $40 (650)722-6318 TWin BeD, mattress, box spring, frame erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
Public and Private Properties. 298 collectibles $ 50. (650)598-9804.
BeDsTeaD single, poster style, box lionel chrisTmas Holiday expan-
1984 Time magazine. Special 1994 spring, mattress available. $40.00. TWin BeD- Free you pick up. Call sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
This will be a Study Session and Community Engagement Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg (650)593-7408 (650)344-2109
Meeting only. A Planning Commission Study Session is antici- (650)588-0842 lionel WesTern Union Pass car and
Beige sofa $99. Excellent Condition useD BeDroom Furniture, FREE. Call dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
pated to be held in February 2019 to provide the Commission (650) 315-2319 (650)573-7381.
and the public with the opportunity to review and provide com- 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie moTley crue lp signed by neil lee
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. BroWn liVing room chair with cush- Wall uniT/room Divider. Simple sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
ments on the Draft Ordinance and Design and Siting Stand- $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D. lines. Breaks down for transportation.
ards for Small Cell Personal Wireless Communications Facili- $80.00. Transport yourself. Call $25.(650)712-9962 leave message negrini fencing Epee mask size M
ties in the Public Right-of-Way and Easements in Public and BarBie Doll of the World collection (650)872-2371 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
$7.00. Call (650)872-2371. WalnuT chesT, small (4 drawer with (415)260-6940
Private Properties. A Planning Commission Public Hearing to upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
BunK BeDs for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
review and make a recommendation to the City Council on the collecTaBle caBBage Patch Kids years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or olD B&l Microscope in good condition;
Draft Ordinance will follow the Study Session. Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New B/O (650)685-2494 WhiTe WicKer Armoire, asking $100, 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 great condition, text for picture (650)571-
(650) 572-8895 china caBineT Wallet, $20. Call 0947 olD sTyle Water dispenser-iron stand-
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, January 12. 2019 (650)589-1407 clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873-
Depression glass Dining Plate. 8 WooD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x 6304
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. commoDe, gooD condition. $20 obo. 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
$12 (650)762-6048 Please call (650)745-6309 ray-Ban Top Bar Sunglasses
306 housewares RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
games of the 23rd Olympiad maga- compuTer DesK (glass) & chair. Like wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or BreaD maKer-zojirushi $85 Call weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
0842 gtecher@comcast.net (650)222-2025 6596

legal noTices lennox reD Rose, Unused, hand
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
$12.00. (650) 578 9208.
compuTer sWiVel CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
cozy recliner in good condition.
compleTe seT OF CHINA - Windsor
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
20-pieces in original box, never used.
samsoniTe 26" tan hard-sided suit
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
$45. (650)328-6709
Fictitious Business Name Statements, miller liTe Neon sign , work good Purchased one year ago. $90.00 $250 per box (3 boxes available).
silK saree 6 yards new nice color.for
(650)722-6318 (650)342-5630
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, $59 call (650)218-6528 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
formation.
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, olD, anTique, Bottle Collection: 20 DesK, gD. cond.
(650)458-3578
$99.99 or b.o. crysTal Wine glasses new (12ea)
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648
Notice of Public Sales and More. bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 sinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
hummel Wall Plate 71/2"dia. 1981 $15.00 (650)544-5306
porcelain Doll collection $7.00.
Call (650)872-2371. Dining room Table-Antique,Oak, Boy w/umbrella $15. (650)344-4756 slr lens Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. 5chairs, w/ extension $350 (650)290- Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- 3188 miKasa seT. White. Modern (square)
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 4162 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. slr lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com sTar Wars R2-D2, original 1998 un- Dining TaBle (36"x54") and 4 match- neW "Bella" buffet tripple slow cooker
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- Tires-seT of four P225 45 R18 $80
Steve 650-518-6614 $250 .(650)-654-1930. 2648 OBO (650)359-2238.
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310 Misc. For Sale 311 Musical Instruments 311 Musical Instruments 316 Clothes 316 Clothes 345 Medical Equipment
TUNTURI ROWING Machine, Good EPIPHONE LES Paul Custom Prophecy SPINET PIANO + Bench, $50. Call FANCy HIGH heel shoes, never worn SHOES SIzE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less WALKER/ROLATOR. NEW. large, bas-
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. (650)589-1407 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 (650)508-8662 ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
(650)421-5469. size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
UNIDEN HARLEy Davidson Gas Tank TUxEDO SIzE 40, black, including white (650)727-7266
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
EvERETT UPRIGHT antique piano.
312 Pets & Animals FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
WALKER - Good Condition - Like New - Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- color in excellent condition 3/4 WEDDING DRESS-DESIGNER, Size 12, Garage Sales
$35 (650)341-5347 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. length $50 (650)692-8012 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
HUGE LUDWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle (650)593-2066 for $500 Call (650)867-1728
311 Musical Instruments & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian KNEE-HIGH bLACK women's boots,
Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx size 7, wide calf & wide width, new. WORK bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
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Saudi woman fleeing alleged abuse heads for asylum in Canada
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rights in Saudi Arabia, where several women request, ” Trudeau said. Commissioner for Refugees welcomed
fleeing abuse by their families have been Several other countries, including Canada’s decision.
BANGKOK — An 18-year-old Saudi caught trying to seek asylum abroad in Australia, had been in talks with the U.N.’s “The quick actions over the past week of
woman who said she was abused by her fam- recent years and returned home. Human refugee agency to accept Alqunun, Surachate the government of Thailand in providing
ily and feared for her life if deported back rights activists say many similar cases go said earlier in the day. temporary refuge and facilitating refugee
home left Thailand on Friday night for unreported. “She chose Canada. It’s her personal deci- status determination by UNHCR, and of the
Canada, which has granted her asylum, offi- Alqunun is flying to Toronto via Seoul, sion,” he said. government of Canada in offering emer-
cials said. South Korea, according to Thai immigration Canada’s ambassador had seen her off at gency resettlement to Ms. Alqunun and
The fast-moving developments capped an Police Chief Surachate Hakparn. Canadian the airport, Surachate said, adding that she arranging her travel were key to the success-
eventful week for Rahaf Mohammed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed his looked happy and healthy. ful resolution of this case,” the agency said
Alqunun. She fled her family while visiting country had granted her asylum. She thanked everyone for helping her, he in a statement.
Kuwait and flew to Bangkok, where she bar- “That is something that we are pleased said, and added that the first thing she would It wasn’t immediately clear what prompted
ricaded herself in an airport hotel to avoid to do because Canada is a country that do upon arrival in Canada would be to start Alqunon to choose Canada over Australia.
deportation and grabbed global attention by understands how important it is to stand learning the language. She already speaks Australian media reported that UNHCR had
mounting a social media campaign for asy- up for human rights and to stand up for more than passable English, in addition to withdrawn its referral for Alqunon to be
lum. woman’s rights around the world and I can Arabic. resettled in Australia because Canberra was
Her case highlighted the cause of women’s confirm that we have accepted the U. N. ’s The office of the U.N. High taking too long to decide on her asylum.

burse Caltrain for up to 50 percent of rev- don’t think there’s any board member up agency can’t come up with any additional

FARE
Continued from page 1
enue losses. MTC estimates Caltrain would
lose between $400,000 and $1.8 million a
year if it implemented the program, depend-
here who’ll feel good about saying ‘that was
only a pilot, sorry guys now you’ll be pay-
ing full fare again.’
dollars.” 
MTC has allocated $11 million for the
program. Implementation and administra-
ing on participation, but MTC would cover Board member Dev Davis expressed simi- tion costs are estimated at $3 million,
half of those losses for the first year. In lar concerns. which leaves $8 million to refund opera-
think about it some more but I think it’s a other words, Caltrain is estimated to lose tors’ revenue losses.
value we’ve expressed as a group and I’d be between $200,000 and $900,000 for the “Knowing MTC, the pilot won’t be Beyond Caltrain, other potential partici-
ready to support it.” first year. expanded, this is a one-time thing and they pants in the pilot include the Bay Area
The regional means-based fare pilot pro- will just pull the rug out and we will be Rapid Transit District, the Golden Gate
gram would offer at least a 20 percent dis- What happens after that first year is a con- caught with $1.8 million,” she said. “I
cern for many board members. Bridge, Highway and Transportation
count on single-ride adult Clipper Card fares agree once we put it in place without any District for both its bus and ferry services;
for riders earning less than 200 percent of “The problem with a pilot of this nature is caps the first year, it doesn’t look like a and San Francisco Municipal
the federal poverty level annually. One per- if we’re wildly successful and you put no pilot to the public. It looks like this is Transportation Agency.
son earning 200 percent of the federal caps on who can jump into this — if it’s something that you’ve done and you’ve “We talked so much about how to make
poverty level makes $24,280, for exam- 100 percent of people who meet this qualifi- made a commitment. It’s not something we our fares equitable because we all recognize
ple.  cation and we have no clue whether that’s all can take away. The budget forecast for the our fares are not equitable,” Board Member
The pilot program would be implemented existing riders or new riders who come in, next few years doesn’t look good the way it Cheryl Brinkman said. “My hope is this
through the existing Clipper Card system but it’s open to everyone who qualifies — is and it doesn’t include these potential pilot program will give us a better chance
and it would run for 12 to 18 months. that’s OK except at the end of this pilot costs. That’s just putting us further in the toward making those fares equitable. Maybe
The Metropolitan Transportation when there’s no more money then that dou- red. We’ve agonized over fare increases in by the time this pilot program ends we’ll be
Commission would manage the program bles our cost,” said Board Member Jeannie the past and we’d have to cover this with ready to address our own fare and equities —
and, for the first year or so, it would reim- Bruins. “You cannot and we will not — I fare increases because I know my member that’s my hope with this.”

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