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Car wash may turn into homes


South City Planning Commission to weigh 172 residences at popular facility
By Austin Walsh the proposal stands to establish the SummerHill Homes is proposing a six-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF site as a key corner of South San story building that would include 172
Francisco. units spanning in size between studios
The popular South City Car Wash at “From the city’s standpoint, the and two-bedroom units, according to
988 El Camino Real is slated for rede- project is proposed at what should be city documents.
velopment into a large residential one of the most prominent and memo- The ground floor of the building
project, as the Planning Commission rable intersections in the city,” he would include more than 10,900 square
takes a look Thursday at a proposal by said, noting its proximity to the city’s feet of commercial space, plus a vari-
SummerHill Homes to build 172 units Bay Area Rapid Transit station. ety of surrounding amenities such as a
at the centrally located site. On the 1.67-acre site spread across lounge and fitness studio as well as an
Alex Greenwood, economic and four parcels at the intersection of El A rendering of the project proposed to replace the South City
community development director, said Camino Real and Chestnut Avenue, See CAR WASH, Page 27 Car Wash, at 988 El Camino Real in South San Francisco.

Environmental
concerns stall
college housing
Officials table decision over endangered
species, wetlands fears; issue since resolved
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Fears of a residential development threatening natural


wildlife habitat waylaid construction of housing proposed
on the campus of Skyline College in San Bruno.
The San Bruno City Council postponed a decision on the
offer to construct 70 housing units at 3300 College Drive,
some of which will be reserved for San Mateo County
Community College District teachers.
Officials held off on the vote in favor of giving consider-
ation to a letter received just hours before the Tuesday, Jan.
23, meeting illustrating potential risk posed by the devel-
opment to garter snakes and red-legged frogs believed to
live in the area.
ZACHARY CLARK/DAILY JOURNAL The letter, authored by Don Hankins, also raises concerns
Deputy City Manager Alex Khojikian presents an overview of the proposed minimum wage ordinance before residents with seasonal wetlands in the area surrounding the San
weighed in on how and when it should be implemented at a recent workshop on the issue. Bruno campus, as well as local butterfly habitats.

City moves toward minimum wage shift See COLLEGE, Page 18

Redwood City Council weighing final details of ordinance to raise it faster than state San Francisco plans to clear
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
was heavily represented at last week’s
workshop. “They can’t afford it here
profits and businesses, will be pre-
sented to the council for discussion thousands of pot convictions
anymore.” and vote slated in March. By Paul Elias
The last of a series of workshops on “I have only one friend left in Supporters of the $15 an hour mini- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
a possible increase to Redwood City’s Redwood City,” said another union mum wage filled the room at the meet-
minimum wage faster than the state’s member at the meeting. ing Wednesday, Jan. 24, where SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco’s district attorney
plans to go to $15 an hour by 2023 The city has engaged in a long Councilwoman Shelly Masur and Vice said Wednesday that city prosecutors will toss out or reduce
drew worker advocates who strongly process to gather input about the pro- Mayor Diane Howard received public thousands of criminal convictions for marijuana dating
support the effort to combat the area’s posal and the City Council in input on the proposed ordinance, back decades, a move allowed under the 2016 state ballot
rising cost of living. September agreed to explore accelerat- including whether the minimum wage measure legalizing recreational sales of pot.
“The cost of living is going so high ing a shift of the city’s minimum wage should rise in phases to $13.50 by District Attorney George Gascon said his office will dis-
that workers are moving out of the area to $15 an hour and determine ways the July 1, 2018, and $15 by Jan. 1, 2019, miss nearly 3,000 misdemeanor cases and review nearly
instead of staying here and keeping policy could be implemented to miti- or if it should jump to $15 by Jan. 1 5,000 felony cases for possible action.
their jobs and their kids in school,” gate effects on business owners. The 2019 in one step. Deputy City Proposition 64 legalized the recreational use of marijua-
said Jose Soto, a field representative input gathered from last week’s meet-
with Local 2 Unite Here union, which ing, and earlier meetings with non- See WAGES, Page 27 See S.F., Page 19

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Thought for the Day


“Courage is doing what you’re afraid to do.
There can be no courage unless you’re scared.”
— Eddie Rickenbacker, American war hero

This Day in History


During World War II, one of America’s

1943 most highly decorated military units,


the 442nd Regimental Combat Team,
made up almost exclusively of
Japanese-Americans, was authorized.
In 1 7 9 0 , the U.S. Supreme Court convened for the first
time in New York. (However, since only three of the six jus-
tices were present, the court recessed until the next day.)
In 1 8 9 3 , inventor Thomas Edison completed work on the
world’s first motion picture studio, his “Black Maria,” in
West Orange, New Jersey. The opera “Manon Lescaut,” by
Giacomo Puccini, premiered in Turin, Italy.
In 1 9 2 2 , in one of Hollywood’s most enduring mysteries,
movie director William Desmond Taylor was shot to death in
his Los Angeles home; the killing has never been solved.
In 1 9 4 2 , during World War II, the Voice of America broad-
cast its first program to Europe, relaying it through the
facilities of the British Broadcasting Corp. in London.
In 1 9 4 6 , Norwegian statesman Trygve Lie was chosen to
be the first secretary-general of the United Nations.
In 1 9 5 9 , men in Switzerland rejected giving women the
right to vote by a more than 2-1 referendum margin. (Swiss DOUGLAS O’CONNOR
women gained the right to vote in 1971.) A full moon ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ rises in South San Francisco.
In 1 9 6 0 , four black college students began a sit-in protest
at a Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North
Carolina, where they’d been refused service. In other news ...
In 1 9 6 8 , during the Vietnam War, South Vietnam’s police property without permission can be ducks are kinda a gray area,” Moffett
chief (Nguyen Ngoc Loan) executed a Viet Cong officer with
Loaded grenade launcher convicted of a violation if the birds said.
a pistol shot to the head in a scene captured by news pho- left at Florida Goodwill store damage crops or property Earl Tuson, a Loudon vegetable farmer
tographers. Richard M. Nixon announced his bid for the BRADENTON, Fla. — Talk about one The law already makes such trespass- who does not raise fowl, opposed the
Republican presidential nomination. heckuva an explosive donation. ing illegal when it comes to sheep, bill, saying the current law was clearly
In 1 9 7 9 , Iranian religious leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Authorities say a grenade launcher, goats, cows, horses or pigs, and the directed at livestock that, unlike chick-
Khomeini received a tumultuous welcome in Tehran as he loaded with a live grenade, was left with bill’s sponsor says fowl shouldn’t be ens and ducks, could cause considerable
ended nearly 15 years of exile. other donated items at a Florida exempt. damage. He said the bill could lead to fur-
Goodwill store. While a constituent’s frustration with ther harassment of farmers by neigh-
Birthdays The Bradenton Herald reports that a neighbor’s ducks spurred the legisla-
employees at a Goodwill store near tion, Loudon Republican Rep. Michael
bors who don’t understand agriculture.

Tampa reported the weapon on Sunday. Moffett told a House Committee on Meryl Streep,
The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday he also has heard from a man Debbie Harry named
says the store manager told deputies that who claims his neighbor has used to New Jersey Hall of Fame
the grenade launcher had come in a ship- chickens as a “form of harassment and
ment from another store several days provocation.” TRENTON, N.J. — Academy Award
earlier. The employees at the other loca- “It does come down to property winner Meryl Streep, former New York
tion said they sent it along because they rights, which is important,” Moffett Yankees pitcher Al Leiter and E Street
didn’t know what it was. said. “People, wherever you live, should Band member Steven Van Zandt are
Deputies say they disposed of the be free from having your property among the 20 newest members of the
Lisa Marie Presley Comedian-actor Actress and MMA active grenade in a Hazmat locker, and invaded or encroached upon by animals New Jersey Hall of Fame.
is 50. Pauly Shore is 50. fighter Ronda the launcher was stored in the agency’s or birds from neighboring property who The class of 2017 also includes
Rousey is 31. property room. are not being taken care of. singers Debbie Harry and Frankie Valli
It’s not clear who donated the items. “You’ve heard the saying, ‘birds of and “Cake Boss” reality TV star Buddy
Actor Stuart Whitman is 90. Folk singer Bob Shane (The feather flock together,’ which is fine, Valastro for the performing arts.
Kingston Trio) is 84. Singer Don Everly is 81. Actor Garrett Poultry in motion: Bill targets but a lot of us don’t think it’s fine when Authors Harlan Coben and Anna
Morris is 81. Singer Ray Sawyer (Dr. Hook and the Medicine flock they together onto a neighbor’s Quindlen represent arts and letters.
Show) is 81. Bluegrass singer Del McCoury is 79. TV person- owners of trespassing fowl property and wreak havoc.” The inductees for public service are
ality-singer Joy Philbin is 77. Comedian-actor-director Terry CONCORD, N.H. — Why did the Committee members raised questions astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly, late
Jones is 76. Political commentator Fred Barnes is 75. Sen. chicken cross the road? And did it have including whether the proposal would Republican Rep. Millicent Fenwick and
Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is 74. Rock musician Mike Campbell permission? apply to someone who has a duck pond Army nurse Clara Maass, who died as a
(Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers) is 68. Blues singer-musician The New Hampshire Legislature is for domestic ducks but also attracts wild result of volunteering for medical exper-
Sonny Landreth is 67. Actor-writer-producer Bill Mumy is 64. considering a bill that would make tres- ducks. iments to study yellow fever.
Rock singer Exene Cervenka is 62. Actor Linus Roache is 54. passing fowl a violation, not for the “How do we determine whether it’s a Other class members are real estate
Princess Stephanie of Monaco is 53. Country musician chicken, but for its owners. Under the wild duck or a domestic duck that’s developer Jon Hanson, magazine pub-
Dwayne Dupuy (Ricochet) is 53. Actress Sherilyn Fenn is 53. proposal, anyone who knowingly, going across the property?” said Rep. lisher Steve Forbes, politician Joe
Actor Brian Krause is 49. Jazz musician Joshua Redman is 49. recklessly or negligently allows their Larry Laflamme, D-Berlin. Buckelew and running champion Mary
Rock musician Patrick Wilson (Weezer) is 49. domestic fowl to enter someone else’s “Chickens are clearly domesticated, Decker.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Jan. 31 Powerball Fantasy Five
Unscramble these four Jumbles, Thurs day : Highs in the 60s. Lows in
one letter to each square, 26 37 39 the 40s.
to form four ordinary words. 4 7 14 46 59 22 13 21
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LUFTA Daily Four Lows in the upper 40s.
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29 41 42 49 57 24 6 4 2 9 60s. Lows in the 40s.
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All Rights Reserved. Mega number
Daily three midday the upper 40s.
CROPH Jan. 31 Super Lotto Plus 2 7 9 Saturday : Partly cloudy. Highs in the
4 6 19 21 32 24 60s. Lows in the upper 40s.
Daily three evening Saturday ni g ht: Mostly cloudy. Lows in the upper 40s.
Mega number

0 5 2 North winds 5 to 15 mph.


BYDIRH Sunday : Mostly cloudy. Highs in the lower 60s. North
The Daily Derby race winners are Whirl Win, No. 6, in winds 5 to 15 mph.
first place; Gold Rush, No. 1, in second place; and Lucky Sunday ni g ht: Partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 40s.
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Record imports reflect booming economy Police reports
What’s in the box?
Port of Redwood City sees 41 percent increase from last fiscal year Someone saw a man carrying a box and
going through a vehicle on Alameda de
By Zachary Clark 1, 213, 042 metric tons, a 41 percent Giorgio Garilli. las Pulgas in Redwood City, it was
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF increase over the same period in the prior The only deep-water port in the south San reported at 6:56 a.m. Saturday, Jan.
fiscal year. The port in six months is only Francisco Bay, the Port of Redwood City 20.
Driven by the region’s ongoing develop- 600,000 tons away from hitting its projec- handles aggregates mostly, which are then
ment boom, cargo movement at the Port of tion of 1.8 million tons for the entire fiscal transported by truck around the region as far
Redwood City reached historic numbers for year, and is on pace to top its busiest year in south as San Jose. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
the first half of its fiscal year. 2005, when it received 1,908,172 tons of CEMEX, a Mexican building materials
The continuing construction boom in cargo. company, imported 985,528 tons of sand Burg l ary . A burglary occurred on McLellan
Redwood City and Silicon Valley is creating Over the six months, the port welcomed and other construction materials over the Drive, it was reported at 7:09 p.m. Monday,
high demand for construction materials 79 vessels — 49 more than last year-includ- six-month period, totaling 70 percent of Jan. 22.
shipped to the port, mostly from British ing 35 cargo ships, 27 barges and 17 other the Port’s tonnage. Other bulk cargo pass- Burg l ary . Someone stole an item from a
Columbia, Port Executive Director Mike vessels. ing through the port includes bauxite, gyp- postal store on Forbes Boulevard, it was
Giari said in a press release. “We weren’t expecting this many ves- sum and scrap iron metal. reported at 9:29 a.m. Monday, Jan. 22.
From July 1 to Dec. 31, 2017, cargo ton- sels but we’re happy to have them, ” said “It’s a good outlook,” Garilli said. “More Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen on
nage moving across the docks hit As s i s t an t Man ag er o f Op erat i o n s vessels mean more money.” Baden Avenue, it was reported at 8:50 a.m.
Monday, Jan. 22.
Grand theft. Someone committed grand
Apple to respond to U.S. probes 1994 Northridge earthquake, the costliest
Around the state quake to strike the United States, were nearly
theft on Pomeroy Court, it was reported at
5:14 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21.
into slowdown of old iPhones this spring, also will include a feature measur- $26 billion in 2017 dollars, according to data Burg l ary . Someone stole items from a
SAN FRANCISCO — Apple is cooperating ing the battery’s strength. from the insurance institute. store on El Camino Real, it was reported at
with U.S. government inquiries into its secret 3:53 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21.
slowdown of older iPhones, further compli- Insurance claims from Columbus statue to be booted
cating its efforts to move past an issue that
California wildfires near $12 billion from Silicon Valley city hall MILLBRAE
irked customers whose devices bogged down.
The company acknowledged the probes late SACRAMENTO — Insurance claims from SAN JOSE — Silicon Valley’s largest city Burg l ary . A residence was broken into and
Tuesday after both The Wall Street Journal and last fall’s deadly California wildfires have became the latest to wade into debate over jewelry worth $200 was stolen on Frontera
Bloomberg reported the U.S. Justice reached $11.8 billion, making it the most divisive historical figures after San Jose’s Way, it was reported at 3:15 a.m. Sunday,
Department and Securities and Exchange expensive series of wildfires in state history, Italian-American mayor and council members Jan. 21.
Commission were investigating how an official said Wednesday. voted to boot a statue of Christopher Po s s es s i o n. A San Francisco man was
investors have been affected by Apple’s han- The staggering number exceeds the total Columbus from City Hall. cited and released for being in possession of
dling of the situation. insurance claims from the top 10 previously The vote Tuesday night came after hours of drug paraphernalia on El Camino Real, it
A software update released in 2016 began to most costly wildfires in California. boisterous debate as people argued over the was reported at 1:19 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 21.
slow down older iPhones when their batteries Until last year, California’s most expen- explorer’s legacy, according to a KPIX 5 Po s s es s i o n. A San Bruno man was cited
weakened to prevent them from abruptly turn- sive single fire was the 1991 Oakland Hills report. Council members suggested alterna- and released for driving with a suspended
ing off. But Apple didn’t fully disclose what it fire that prompted $2.7 billion in claims in tive public spots but could not agree, leaving license and being in possession of metham-
was doing until December 2017. today’s dollars, according to data from the the Italian-American community with six phetamine on El Camino Real, it was report-
Apple has since apologized for not being Insurance Information Institute. weeks to find a new home for the statue. ed at 7:45 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20.
more forthcoming and is replacing batteries If treated as one disaster, the combined fires
on older iPhones for $29, a $50 discount. in October and December 2017 “represent one
The Cupertino, California, company is also of the most damaging natural catastrophes in
working on another software update that will California history,” Insurance Commissioner
give consumers the option of turning off the Dave Jones said at a news conference in Los
slowdown feature, if they are willing to risk a Angeles.
sudden shutdown. That free update, due out For comparison, insured losses from the

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grandfather. He will be missed by everyone Barry and Larry.


Mary (Sue) Turner Obituaries who knew him. A private burial will take place at the
Mary (Sue) Turner, born in Cortland, New A funeral mass will be 10:30 a. m. Golden Gate National Cemetery in San
las Pulgas, Belmont, 2 p. m. Feb. 10.
York, Jan. 15, 1842, died Jan. 7, 2018. Monday, Feb. 5, at St. Gregory Catholic Bruno.
Donations to your favorite charity are rec-
She graduated from Cortland High Church, 28th Avenue and Hacienda Street,
ommended.
School, Class of 1960. She moved to San Mateo. Interment will be private. Kevin Williams
Arizona in 1967 where she worked for Joseph Buzzo In lieu of flowers, the family requests Kevin Williams, born March 1, 1962,
MassMutual until her marriage. Sue came to donations be made to St. Vincent Home for
Joseph Buzzo, resident of San Mateo, died Jan. 22, 2018.
California in 1982 after traveling exten- Boys, 1 St. Vincent Drive, San Rafael, CA
died peacefully at home Jan. 28, 2018. Born Born and raised in Daly
sively in Europe with her husband who was 94903.
Nov. 1, 1930, in New City, and a resident of
in the U.S. military. She worked for the
Britain, Connecticut, South San Francisco for
county of San Mateo for 21 years, first in Mary Lorraine Davis
Joe and his father moved over 20 years. He worked
Children’s Services and then for the coro-
to California after the Mary Lorraine Davis, 89, longtime for over 30 years with
ner. She also worked part time at Macy’s at
death of his mother, Burlingame resident, died in her home in the same employer in
the Hillsdale Shopping Center for 25 years,
whereupon he attended Pine Grove Dec. 21, 2017. Belmont, ever the crea-
where she made many friends.
St. Vincent Home for She was born in San Francisco Feb. 25, ture of habit.
Sue is predeceased by her parents Arthur J. “Known to everyone as
and Eilleen O’Brien Neville, her brothers Boys in Marin. Upon 1928, to Martin and Mary (Higgins)
graduating, Joe attended Storman. the nicest guy you’d ever
Phillip, William, Joseph and David and one meet, he was quite a character, always one to
sister, Anne Lindberg. She is survived by St. Ignatius and received Mary is survived by six of her children:
his MBA at the University of San point out the non-obvious intricacies of
one brother, Edward (Ted ) Neville of Leslie Adams (Frank, deceased), Lorrie
Francisco. everyday life, and always the most thought-
Cortland and one sister, Cynthia Pettinelli O’Connor (Greg), Liana “Jeanne” Davis,
Joe joined the U.S. Army and was sta- ful gift giver. He enjoyed RC boating, car
(Dennis) of Redwood City, California, 18 Lisa Davis, Lanette “George” De Matei (Ed),
tioned in El Paso, Texas. He then was racing and the 49ers. He will be greatly
nieces and nephews, including Liane and Layne Davis (Kelly), 13 grandchildren
employed by Bank of America for 35 years, missed.”
Nicolas (Jonathan) Jon and Leslie and five great-grandchildren. She is also
Pettinelli. She was known to many young where he met his wife, Carol. Together they survived by her two brothers, Jim and Dave
had three children: Debbie (Forrest), Karen As a public serv ice, the Daily Journal
people in the area as “Aunt Sue,” a title she Storman.
and Michael Buzzo and grandchildren: prints obituaries of approx imately 200
wore proudly. She was preceded in death by her hus- words or less with a photo one time on a
A celebration of her life will be at Crippen Jessica Hernandez, Jesse and Mataya band Les; their eldest child, Linda Davis;
Foster. Joe was a loving husband, father and space av ailable basis.
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Immigration deal no closer as


Trump speech, offer are panned
By Alan Fram and Jill Colvin dice.” Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham, D-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS N. M. , who leads the Congressional
Hispanic Caucus, said the remarks were
“meant to enflame tensions about immi-
WASHINGTON — President Donald grants” and would stir up Trump’s conserva-
Trump’s State of the Union offer of a “down- tive base but damage talks.
the-middle compromise” on immigration Republicans said Democrats are not mak-
did nothing to move Republicans and ing serious offers as they bargain over
Democrats closer to a deal Wednesday, as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or
Democrats accused the president of lacing DACA, the Obama-era program that’s
his speech with racially charged remarks shielded “Dreamers” in the U.S. illegally
and Republicans dug in on their demands. who were brought here as children. Trump
The reaction to Trump’s high-profile said last year he was ending the program,
overture suggested both parties were set- claiming executive overreach by President
tling into a protracted tug-of-war. The Barack Obama, but gave Congress until
standoff left serious doubt whether the two March 5 to enshrine it into law.
parties could reach an election-year pact to “If Democrats don’t figure out a way to
protect hundreds of thousands of young negotiate, then the DACA program will end
immigrants from deportation, sharpen bor- and that’s not an outcome I think anybody
der security and take other steps to curb would like,” said Sen. John Cornyn of
immigration. The two parties had not even Texas, the second-ranking Senate GOP
settled on a deadline an agreement — a bad leader. “But they will be responsible for it.”
sign in an institution that rarely acts unless Even that March 5 date was in doubt,
under pressure. REUTERS
according to No. 2 House Democratic leader
“If the deadline is Feb. 8, we’re not going People participate in a protest in defense of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program Steny Hoyer of Maryland, who’s been meet-
to make it,” No. 2 House Democratic leader or DACA in New York. ing with other leaders. He said Wednesday
Steny Hoyer of Maryland said Wednesday, Earlier this month, Senate Democrats already testy, seemed to worsen after Trump that Republicans suggested Trump could
noting a looming deadline for approving looking to pressure Republicans to reach an asserted Tuesday night that “open borders extend that deadline, though a congression-
government funding to avoid another shut- immigration deal forced a three-day federal have allowed drugs and gangs to pour into al GOP aide said he was unaware of that.
down. shutdown. While many Democrats have lit- our most vulnerable communities” and let The urgency of the March 5 deadline was
“It’s going to take work for us to build a tle appetite to repeat that strategy, party millions of immigrants “compete for jobs also blunted by a federal judge’s decision to
consensus,” Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., the leaders have yet to indicate if they’ll let and wages against the poorest Americans.” temporarily block the end of the DACA pro-
House GOP vote counter, said in an inter- future budget legislation move forward House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D- gram. As a result, U.S. immigration author-
view Tuesday. Scalise noted that without an immigration accord. Calif., said Wednesday that Trump used ities resumed accepting requests to renew
Republicans took “weeks and weeks” to The tone of the immigration debate, “insulting words of ignorance and preju- DACA permits, which provide recipients
craft tax legislation last year. permission to live and work in the country.

Immigration authorities detail U.S. will target asylum backlog


by reviewing newer cases first
LOS ANGELES — The U.S. government
Around the nation
on their cases. While they can obtain work

plan to make courthouse arrests


By Elliot Spagat the safe and orderly transfer of targeted aliens
will start reviewing more recent asylum
applications ahead of older ones in a bid to
stem a growing backlog of hundreds of
permits during that time, they can’t bring
relatives to join them — meaning they may
be separated for years from their spouses
and children, who can be in danger over-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS inside their prisons and jails has necessitated thousands of cases, officials said seas.
additional at-large arrests.” Wednesday. Immigration attorneys said the new plan
SAN DIEGO — Federal immigration author- Immigration agents made courtroom arrests The move aims to prevent immigrants was absurd and would only result in even
ities formalized a policy Wednesday to send under the Obama administration, but the pace from applying for asylum to bide their time longer delays for those in line the longest.
deportation agents to federal, state and local appears to have picked up under President and obtain work permits when they don’t
They say the government handled cases
courthouses to make arrests, dismissing com- Donald Trump, whose administration has qualify for the protection as well as enable
those genuinely fleeing persecution in similarly some years ago before a surge in
plaints from judges and advocacy groups that seen a roughly 40 percent surge in arrests arrivals on the U.S.-Mexico border, but
it instills fear among crime victims, witness- overall and has casted a much wider net. their home countries to settle here, U.S.
Citizenship and Immigration Services said. many applicants didn’t get timely inter-
es and family members. In March, California Supreme Court Chief views and it didn’t deter people from seek-
The two-page directive from U.S. Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye asked ICE to More than 300,000 people are waiting
for their asylum applications to be ing asylum.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement said it stay out of her courts, writing, “Courthouses
reviewed by government officers, compared “It is going to create a mess,” said Jason
will enter courthouses only for specific tar- should not be used as bait in the necessary
enforcement of our country’s immigration with 16,000 in July 2012. Dzubow, an immigration attorney in
gets, such as convicted criminals, gang mem-
laws.” Many have been waiting three or four Washington. “Whatever number of cases
bers, public safety threats and immigrants
who have been previously deported or ordered On Wednesday, Cantil-Sakauye sounded years for an interview, let alone a decision they get per week, they can’t handle it.”
to leave. Family, friends and witnesses won’t modestly encouraged: “If followed correctly,
be picked up for deportation but ICE leaves a this written directive is a good start. It’s Obituary
caveat for “special circumstances.” essential that we protect the integrity of our
The policy, signed by ICE acting director state court justice system and protect the peo- Marva Louise McAdoo
Thomas Homan, says immigration agents ple who use it.” Marva Louise McAdoo passed peacefully at her home in
should generally avoid arrests in non-crimi- Washington state Supreme Court Chief San Mateo, CA on Thursday, January 18th, 2018.
nal areas of the court, like family court and Justice Mary E. Fairhurst wrote in March that The family will CELEBRATE HER LIFE on Monday,
small claims, unless it supervisor approves. ICE’s presence was “deeply troubling because February 5th, 2018 at 11:00am at Skylawn Memorial Park
ICE — in a not-so-subtle jab at “sanctuary they impede the fundamental mission of our Cemetery - Crystal Springs Chapel in San Mateo (92 &
cities” that limit work with immigration courts, which is to ensure due process and Skyline Blvd). She will be laid to rest next to her mother.
authorities — said “increasing unwillingness access for everyone, regardless of their immi-
of some jurisdictions to cooperate with ICE in gration status.” Marva Louise Eden was born in Progresso, Honduras
and emigrated to the United States in the 1950s. Marva
is survived by three of her four children, Michael,
Herbert, and Joseph Alston, four grandchildren, one great-
grandchild born in November 2017 and another great-grandchild due in April 2018. Her
son Ulysses passed in July 2017. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of
San Mateo at 25th and Hacienda where she leaves behind an enormous church family.
Marva was the long-time Office Manager for Dr. James L. Hutchinson at 72 N. San
Mateo Drive (still in practice). She later worked at Stanford University Medical Center,
Silicon Graphics, and Earthlink. She retired mid-2000’s but came back to work for Dr.
Hutchinson in 2011 until her recent leave of absence in September 2017.
She was joyfully a member of several fraternal organizations (Eastern Star, Prince
Hall Grand High Court-Heroines of Jericho, Stella Rebecca Court and Robert W. Brown
State Grand Council of Assemblies of which she was a founding member).
A quiet hour service on February 4th, 2018 between 3-5pm.
Herbert and his mother had an early dinner Jan 17th when his older brother Michael
called to say hello and the day before she spoke to her youngest, Joseph. Her last words
to her son Herbert hours before she passed were “I love you very much.”
Please join us to celebrate her life on Monday February 5th, 2018 at Skylawn
Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Peninsula Jewish Community Center
& Meals-on-Wheels.
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FBI clashes with Trump, has ‘grave concerns’ on Russia memo


By Chad Day, Jonathan Wray, who in the early whether the Trump cam- Duncan implored him to “release the
Lemire and Eric Tucker stretch of his tenure has paign improperly coor- memo,” Trump said: “Oh yeah, don’t worry.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS been notably low-key, dinated with Russia dur- 100 percent.”
to challenge a president ing the campaign and White House spokeswoman Sarah
WASHINGTON — In a remarkably public who just months ago whether Trump sought to Huckabee Sanders told CNN Wednesday that
clash of wills with the White House, the fired his predecessor, obstruct the inquiry by, a legal and national security review of the
FBI declared Wednesday it has “grave con- James Comey. among other actions, document was continuing. Trump had not
cerns” about the accuracy of a classified The FBI statement firing Comey. read the memo as “as of last night prior to
memo on the Russia election investigation came the day after Trump Under the House com- and immediately after the State of the
that President Donald Trump wants was overheard telling a Robert Mueller mittee’s rules, the presi- Union,” she said.
Donald Trump congressman that he dent has five days to
released. White House Chief of Staff Kelly said
The FBI’s short and sharp statement, its “100 percent” supported object to the memo’s release, which the Wednesday on Fox News Radio that he
first on the issue, laid bare a Trump admin- release of the four-page memo, which was panel voted to authorize on Monday. But expected the memo to be released “pretty
istration conflict that had previously drafted by Republicans on the House intel- Trump himself already has urged the quick.”
played out mostly behind closed doors in ligence committee. The Republicans have release, and it could come sooner. By late Trump has been telling confidants in
meetings between top Justice Department said the memo reveals surveillance abuses Wednesday, it had not yet been settled recent days that he believes the memo will
and White House officials. by the FBI and the Justice Department in whether the White House or the committee validate his concerns that the FBI and
“As expressed during our initial review, the early stages of the investigation into would handle the actual release. Justice Department had conspired against
we have grave concerns about material potential ties between Russia and the 2016 Earlier this week, Wray and Deputy him, according to one outside adviser
omissions of fact that fundamentally Trump presidential campaign. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein made a familiar with those conversations but not
impact the memo’s accuracy,” the FBI said. Democrats have called the memo a “cher- direct appeal to White House chief of staff authorized to speak publicly about private
The agency’s stance on the memo, con- ry-picked” list of GOP talking points that John Kelly not to release the memo, warn- discussions.
veyed in a two-paragraph statement, esca- attempts to distract from the committee’s ing that it could set a dangerous precedent. The president also has told allies that he
lates the dispute and means that Trump own investigation into Russian meddling But the president has been undeterred. believes the memo bolsters his belief that
would be openly defying his hand-picked in the election that sent Trump to the White Television cameras captured Trump, on accusations of collusion between his cam-
FBI director by continuing to push for the House. the House floor after the State of the Union paign and Russian officials are false and
memo’s disclosure. It also suggests a clear The drama comes as special counsel address, telling South Carolina Rep. Jeff part of a conspiracy to discredit his elec-
willingness by FBI Director Christopher Robert Mueller also is investigating Duncan that he backed the release. When tion.

Trial date set for conspirators up several Bay Area prop- The vehicle rolled over, coming to rest on
erties valued at $62 mil- Local briefs its roof, and Peters was ejected. His body
in high-profile murder case lion along with $4 mil- at a Millbrae pancake house the evening he was found roughly 30 feet away.
A Sept. 17 jury trial date was set for a lion in cash in April. disappeared, Green’s body was discovered CHP officials said Peters was not wearing
Hillsborough woman charged with conspir- Bayat was assigned $35 near a Sonoma County homeless encamp- his seat belt, and drugs or alcohol may have
ing to murder the father million bail in June but ment May 11, according to prosecutors. been factors in the crash.
of her two children remains in custody,
—  along with two while Adella remains in Coroner identifies fatal crash victim Car crash knocks
alleged co-conspirators custody on no bail sta-
Wednesday, according to tus, according to prose- A man who was found dead Tuesday morn- out power in Belmont
Tiffany Li ing after crashing his Mercedes-Benz into a
the San Mateo County cutors. A vehicle crashed into a utility pole in
Li, along with Bayat, dirt embankment in the unincorporated Belmont on Tuesday, knocking out power
District Attorney’s
who is believed to have Pescadero area of San Mateo County has to about 500 people nearby, police said.
Office.
pulled the trigger of the been identified as 49-year-old Jose Alfredo The crash was reported at about 2:30 p.m.
The almost 2-year-old
gun that killed Green, Peters of Redwood City, according to the on Alameda de las Pulgas at Monroe Avenue.
Olivier Adella case was set for a March county Coroner’s Office.
12 jury trial Jan. 2 when and Adella, a Burlingame Officers arrived and found that a black
man who’s been accused The crash was reported around 6:30 a.m.
Olivier Adella, 42, withdrew his waiver to 2014 Honda CR-V had struck a utility pole,
as the muscle behind the Tuesday on Pescadero Creek Road east of
his right to a speedy trial. He reinstated his shearing it off at the base. Paramedics treat-
crime, are facing murder Stage Road.
waiver Wednesday after attorneys for 32- ed two women in their 30s who were in the
charges in the shooting Investigators believe Peters crashed his
year-old Tiffany Li and her 31-year-old car for minor injuries, police said.
Kaveh Bayat death of 27-year-old vehicle Monday night or early Tuesday
boyfriend Kaveh Bayat made motions to Police determined the Honda was travel-
Green, with whom Li was morning. He appears to have been speed-
delay the trial for further preparation earlier ing south when it left the roadway, went up
alleged to have a custody dispute at the time ing east on Pescadero Creek Road when he
this month, according to prosecutors. an embankment and hit the pole. The cause
of his disappearance April 29, 2016, lost control of the vehicle on a curve,
Charged with conspiring to murder Keith of the crash remains under investigation,
according to prosecutors. according to the California Highway
Green, a Millbrae man and father of her chil- but alcohol and drugs do not appear to be
Almost two weeks after he met up with Li Patrol.
dren, Li posted $35 million bail by putting factors.
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Around the nation
Porn star weaves tangled
tale on alleged affair with Trump
NEW YORK — The latest twists in the tangled tale of what
happened between Donald Trump and an adult film star more
than a decade ago have the woman both
firmly denying an extramarital affair
with Trump and then playing coy about
that denial.
Stormy Daniels, the woman who
allegedly had a sexual relationship with a
then-married Donald Trump in 2006, said
in a statement issued Tuesday afternoon
that the alleged affair never occurred.
Stormy Daniels By that night, however, Daniels
appeared to disown the statement in an
appearance on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” saying she
didn’t know where it came from and the signature didn’t
look like hers.
In the hours after the show, Daniels’ lawyer and public
relations manager both reaffirmed her commitment to the
earlier denial. They also said she was cancelling a planned
REUTERS FIEL PHOTO Thursday interview on ABC’s “The View.”
Emergency personnel stand on the remains of the collapsed I-35W bridge in Minneapolis, Minn.
U.S. prosecutors won’t retry

President’s infrastructure plan Menendez on corruption charges


NEWARK, N.J. — Federal prosecutors decided Wednesday
not to retry Sen. Bob Menendez on corruption charges that

seeks to shift burden to states ended in a hung jury last fall, lifting the
legal cloud hanging over the New Jersey
Democrat as he gears up for re-election
this year to the closely divided Senate.
By David A. Lieb Association of State Transportation responsibility. Half his proposed fed-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Officials. eral money would go toward competi- The move brings to an end a more than
In his speech Tuesday night, Trump tive grants for a wide range of infra- five-year investigation that began with
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — When called upon Congress to pass a plan structure, including various trans- never-substantiated allegations about
President Donald Trump called for a “that generates at least $1.5 trillion” portation modes, hydropower, and consorting with prostitutes and eventu-
$1.5 trillion infrastructure investment for infrastructure. drinking and wastewater facilities. But ally resulted in a bribery indictment.
in his State of the Union address, he “We will build gleaming new roads, the federal grants would cover no more Bob Menendez Menendez, 64, was charged with trad-
didn’t pledge that the federal govern- bridges, highways, railways and water- than 20 percent of project costs while ing his political influence for gifts and
ment actually would provide that much ways all across our land,” he said. requiring applicants to commit to campaign contributions from Florida eye doctor Salomon
money for roads, bridges, rail and He did not provide a roadmap on “new, non-federal revenue.” Melgen, 63. Their 11-week trial ended in November with
waterways. how to achieve that or give specifics To participate in Trump’s plan, the jury deadlocked.
To the contrary, Trump’s plan counts on how it would be funded. The Missouri likely would have to ask vot- “From the very beginning, I never wavered in my inno-
on state and local governments work- Republican president said only that ers to raise taxes for transportation, cence and my belief that justice would prevail,” Menendez
ing with private investors to come up “every federal dollar should be lever- McKenna said. That’s because the state said in a statement. “I am grateful that the Department of
with much of the cash. aged by partnering with state and local transportation department already is Justice has taken the time to re-evaluate its case and come to
Exactly how that would work governments and, where appropriate, spending at a deficit of roughly $80 the appropriate conclusion.”
remained unclear Wednesday, as state tapping into private-sector invest- million a year to meet its current feder-
transportation officials noted that ment.” al highway match. GOP congressman who led the
Trump’s proposal could put more pres- The federal government typically Neighboring Arkansas is in a similar Benghazi probe will leave House
sure on them to raise taxes, fees and provides 80 percent of the funding for predicament.
tolls just to qualify for a share of his capital expenditures on highways, Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s budget pro- WASHINGTON — Rep. Trey Gowdy, a powerful GOP
infrastructure program. Questions sur- with state and local governments com- posal seeks to transfer $16 million watchdog who built his name leading the investigation
rounding Trump’s plan are likely to ing up with the rest. On transit proj- from surplus general revenue to the into the 2012 attacks against Americans
leave costly projects, such as plans ects, the federal share typically ranges transportation department in order to in Benghazi, Libya, has become the lat-
for a new Hudson River tunnel con- from 50 percent to 80 percent, accord- meet its current federal highway allot- est prominent Republican to head for
necting New York and New Jersey, in ing to the American Association of ment. Qualifying for Trump’s plan the exits rather than run for another
limbo. State Highway and Transportation could require a new revenue source. term.
“The Trump administration has Officials. “We’re shaking the couch cushions The former South Carolina prosecutor
issued a charge that sounds a lot like A six-page summary of Trump’s out to see where we can find the rest of who is chairman of the House Oversight
‘show me the money,”’ said Missouri plan, which was widely but unofficial- it,” said Republican state Rep. Dan and Government Reform Committee said
Department of Transportation ly distributed a week ahead of his Douglas, who has backed various in a statement Wednesday that he planned
Director Patrick McKenna, who is speech, indicates that Trump is envi- unsuccessful transportation funding Trey Gowdy to return to the justice system, though he
president of the Mid America sioning a significant shift of financial bills. did not elaborate.

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Around the world


Stone tools in India suggest
earlier human exit from Africa
NEW YORK — Just a week after scientists reported evi-
dence that our species left Africa earlier than we thought,
another discovery is suggesting the date might be pushed
back further.
Homo sapiens arose in Africa at least 300,000 years ago
and left to colonize the globe. Scientists think there were
several dispersals from Africa, not all equally successful.
Last week’s report of a human jaw showed some members of
our species had reached Israel by 177,000 to 194,000 years
ago.
Now comes a discovery in India of stone tools, showing
a style that has been associated elsewhere with our species.
They were fashioned from 385,000 years ago to 172,000
years ago, showing evidence of continuity and develop-
ment over that time. That starting point is a lot earlier than
scientists generally think Homo sapiens left Africa.
This tool style has also been attributed to Neanderthals
and possibly other species. So it’s impossible to say REUTERS
whether the tools were made by Homo sapiens or some evo- A Turkish Army vehicle leaves from a military post near the Turkish-Syrian border.
lutionary cousin, say researchers who reported the finding
Wednesday in the journal Nature .
“We are very cautious on this point” because no human
fossils were found with the tools, several authors added in a
Syria’s Kurds push U.S. to stop
statement.
It’s not clear how much the tool development reflects
arrival of populations or ideas from outside India, versus
Turkish assault on key enclave Turkey, a key NATO ally. obligations toward this force that par-
being more of a local development, said one author, Shanti By Sarah El Deeb
Pappu of the Sharma Centre for Heritage Education in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Kurdish militia views defending ticipated with them (in the fight
Chennai, India. the Kurdish enclave of Afrin as an against terrorism.) We consider their
The tool-making style was a change from older stone BEIRUT — Syria’s Kurdish militia existential fight to preserve their ter- unclear and indecisive positions as a
tools found at the site, featuring a shift to smaller flakes, is growing frustrated with its patron, ritory. Afrin has major significance — source of concern.”
for example. the United States, and is pressing it to it’s one of the first Kurdish areas to Khalil, one of the architects of the
Michael Petraglia, an archaeologist who specializes in do more to stop Turkey’s assault on a rise up against President Bashar Assad Kurds’ self-administration, and three
human evolution in Asia but didn’t participate in the work, key stronghold in Syria. and back self-rule, a base for senior other senior Kurdish officials told the
said he did not think the tools show that our species had left The issue reflects a deeper concern fighters who pioneered the alliance Associated Press that they have con-
Africa so long ago. among the Kurds over their alliance with the Americans and a key link in veyed their frustration over what they
“I simply don’t buy it,” said Petraglia of the Max Planck with the Americans, which proved their efforts to form a contiguous enti- consider a lack of decisive action to
Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, vital to defeating the Islamic State ty along Turkey’s border. The offen- stop the Afrin assault to U.S. and
Germany. group in Syria. sive, which began Jan. 20, has so far other Western officials. They said
The Kurds fear that ultimately they killed more than 60 civilians and U.S. officials have made confusing
Pope’s briefing system and their dream of self-rule will be the dozens of fighters on both sides, and statements in public. One of the offi-
under scrutiny after Chile gaffe losers in the big powers’ play over displaced thousands. cials who agreed to discuss private
influence in Syria. Already the U.S. is “How can they stand by and watch?” meetings on condition of anonymity
VATICAN CITY — Just how well informed is Pope Francis in a tough spot, juggling between the Aldar Khalil, a senior Kurdish politi- said some U. S. comments even
about the goings-on in his 1.2-billion strong Catholic interests of the Kurds, its only ally in cian said of the U.S.-led coalition amounted to tacit support for the
Church? war-torn Syria, and its relations with against IS. “They should meet their assault.
That question is making the rounds
after the pope seemed completely
unaware of the details of a Chilean sex
abuse scandal that soured his recent trip Court rejects lawsuit against Twitter over IS attack
there and forced him to do an about-face. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Circuit Court of Appeals said. The and that the accounts helped IS to
It also came up after his abrupt, no- unanimous decision by a three-judge recruit, raise money and spread its mes-
explanation dismissal of a respected SAN FRANCISCO — A federal panel upheld a lower court ruling. sage.
Vatican bank manager. And it rose to the appeals court on Wednesday rejected a Lloyd Fields and James Creach were The group “used Twitter accounts to
Pope Francis fore when Francis was accused by a cardi- lawsuit that sought to hold Twitter shot and killed in Jordan in 2015 by a amass the resources needed for carry-
liable for the deaths of two U.S. con- Jordanian police captain while train- ing out numerous terrorist attacks,
nal of not realizing that his own diplo-
tractors in Jordan three years ago in an ing law enforcement officers. including the Nov. 9, 2015 shooting
mats were “selling out” the underground Catholic Church in attack for which the Islamic State Their families argued that IS Twitter in Amman, Jordan in which Mr. Fields
China for the sake of political expediency. group claimed responsibility. accounts were a substantial factor in the and Mr. Creach were killed,” Joshua
Vatican watchers say the pope has built an informal, par- The lawsuit failed to establish men’s deaths and that the company Arisohn, an attorney for the families,
allel network of friends and informants but their informa- Twitter accounts used by IS directly should have anticipated attacks. They said in a statement. He said he was
tion is not always up to the standards a world leader needs. caused the men’s deaths, the 9th U.S. said Twitter knew about the accounts considering an appeal.

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Train carrying GOP lawmakers hits truck, one person killed
By Alan Fram and Andrew Taylor Minnesota Rep. Jason Lewis’ staff mem-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS bers tweeted that the first-term congress-
man was among those taken to the hospital.
WASHINGTON — A chartered train carry- The tweet from Lewis’ account said he was
ing dozens of GOP lawmakers to a being checked for a concussion because of
Republican policy retreat in West Virginia the impact.
struck a garbage truck in a rural Virginia The policy retreat, an annual event, is
town Wednesday. The White House said one scheduled to last three days and feature
person was killed, and local officials said speeches from President Donald Trump and
others were injured. Vice President Mike Pence. By early after-
Lawmakers said the fatality appeared to noon, lawmakers were boarding buses to
be someone in the truck. One lawmaker resume their trip and Pence was still plan-
aboard the train, Rep. Tom Cole, a ning to address them later Wednesday.
Republican from Oklahoma, said the vehi- Cole said the train stopped quickly after
cle had been ripped in half. He said he saw a impact. He said several GOP lawmakers who
person wrapped in a tarp and said emergency are doctors got off the train to assist,
workers appeared to be “putting a body including Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, who
away.” was also at last June’s shooting of
Cole said he felt “a tremendous jolt” when Republicans at a baseball practice in nearby
the accident occurred, nearly two hours after Alexandria, Virginia, and treated some of
the train left Washington headed to the REUTERS the victims.
Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, An Amtrak passenger train carrying Republican members of Congress from Washington, D.C., Another lawmaker, Rep. Kevin Cramer,
West Virginia. to a retreat in West Virginia is seen after colliding with a garbage truck in Crozet, Va. R-N.D., was conducting a live interview
Amtrak spokeswoman Beth Toll said two miles (25 kilometers) west of on the way. He could not confirm a fatality. with a local radio station when the accident
crew members and two passengers were Charlottesville. Albemarle County police spokeswoman occurred.
taken to a local hospital with minor injuries Alex Prevost, a University of Virginia Madeline Curott also would not confirm a “Oh, Jesus. Sorry about that; we hit a
after the incident, which happened about health system spokesman, said it had fatality but said three people on the truck bump here,” he told AM 1100 The Flag, a
11:20 a.m. in Crozet, Virginia, about 15 received three patients and two more were were seriously injured. station in Fargo, North Dakota.

Seventy-seven immigrants found in truck near California-Mexico border


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tiny desert community in San Diego County Inside, he saw people sweating and stand- been deported to Mexico were charged
about five miles from the border. ing shoulder-to-shoulder in the hot cargo Tuesday in San Diego federal court with
BOULEVARD — Seventy-seven people A U.S. Border Patrol agent passing by on area, the complaint said, noting they were transporting of “certain aliens” for finan-
who entered the United States illegally were patrol stopped and asked the CHP officer if from Mexico and some acknowledged they cial gain. The two men also were charged
found packed inside a sweltering truck near he would like assistance, the Union-Tribune had entered the U.S. illegally. with being deportees who were in the coun-
the Mexico border, and the driver was said, citing a criminal complaint. The driver, Shawn Lee Seiler, said he was try illegally.
charged with transporting people for finan- a U.S. citizen, “stated that he is an alien
cial gain, authorities said. When the agent approached, he saw the Messages left for Seiler’s court-appointed
truck was riding low. The agent “could smell smuggler” and expected to be paid $100 per attorney, Nancy Bryn Rosenfeld, were not
Five children were among those found immigrant, according to the complaint.
body odor mixed with a distinct type of pun- immediately returned Wednesday.
Monday evening in the cargo area of a
brown truck painted to resemble a United gent soap which is commonly used in Seiler had been told he would be carrying A similar scene greeted authorities last
Parcel Service vehicle, authorities said. Mexico,” according to the criminal com- 50 people in the truck to San Diego and was week in Texas when Border Patrol agents
The California Highway Patrol pulled the plaint filed Tuesday. surprised to learn there were 77, the docu- found 76 immigrants, including 13 chil-
truck over because it had no tags and was The records say the driver gave permis- ments state. dren, lying on the floor or crouched against
weaving on Old Highway 80 in Boulevard, a sion for the agent to open the truck. Seiler and two men who previously had the walls in a tractor-trailer rig.
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Business briefs
Facebook’s ‘fixes’— meaningful or just skin deep?
NEW YORK — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made
After stumble, stocks
fixing Facebook his personal challenge this year, and the
company has already announced several changes to that end.
For example, it’s showing users more posts from friends and
family instead of businesses and publishers.
But it’s far from clear if these tweaks will produce lasting
finish slightly higher
By Alex Veiga
change, or if they’re merely cosmetic adjustments designed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
to generate goodwill while keeping people glued to
Facebook. U.S. stocks overcame a brief stum-
ble to close slightly higher
Facebook tops Street 4Q forecasts Wednesday, snapping a two-day losing
MENLO PARK — Facebook Inc. on Wednesday reported streak.
fourth-quarter earnings of $4.27 billion. The Menlo Park- The dip came after the Federal
based company said it had profit of $1.44 per share. Reserve released its latest statement
Earnings, adjusted for pretax expenses, were $2.20 per share. on interest rate policy and the econo-
Facebook shares have climbed roughly 6 percent since the my, in which the central bank signaled
beginning of the year, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 index that it expects inflation to pick up this
has climbed nearly 6 percent. In the final minutes of trading year. The Fed, as expected, held off on
on Wednesday, shares hit $186.87, a climb of 43 percent in raising interest rates.
the last 12 months. Stocks bounced back in the last hour
of trading, with gains by technology
Paypal tops Street 4Q forecasts companies outweighing losses in
SAN JOSE — Paypal Holdings Inc. on Wednesday reported health care and other sectors.
fourth-quarter net income of $620 million. The latest batch of strong earnings
On a per-share basis, the San Jose-based company said it from big companies, including
had net income of 50 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time Boeing, helped put investors back in a REUTERS
gains and costs, came to 55 cents per share. buying mood a day after the market had Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
its biggest drop since August.
average added 72.50 points, or 0.3 Wall Street’s expectations. The stock,
“The markets have turned around,”
percent, to 26,149.39. The Nasdaq which has been the biggest gainer in
said Erik Davidson, chief investment
composite climbed 9 points, or 0.1 the Dow over the past year, added
officer for Wells Fargo Private Bank.
percent, to 7, 411. 48. The Russell $16.66 to $354.37.
“Many people have been waiting for it
2000 index of smaller-company Electronic Arts led the rally in tech-
to dip as it’s marched higher and high-
stocks gave up 7.83 points, or 0.5 per- nology companies, jumping 7 percent
er, and we finally had two days of
cent, to 1,574.98. after the video game maker forecast
weakness, particularly yesterday.”
All told, the indexes ended January quarterly earnings and sales that were
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index
with solid gains. well ahead of what analysts expected.
rose 1.38 points, or 0.1 percent, to
Boeing climbed 4.9 percent after the The stock was the biggest gainer in the
2,823.81. The Dow Jones industrial
aerospace giant’s latest results topped S&P 500, rising $8.26 to $126.96.

Health care latest industry Amazon seeks to upend


By Joseph Pisani Why is Amazon feared? Because it Borders, another bookstore chain, was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS can grow businesses fast and take mar- slow to react and went out of business
ket share quickly, says Erik Gordon, a in 2011.
NEW YORK — When Amazon sets professor at the University of Now Amazon is moving into physi-
its sights on a new industry, corporate Michigan’s Ross School of Business. cal bookstores. It has opened more
America shudders. “Amazon is a serial innovator, ” than a dozen locations of Amazon
The latest example came Tuesday, Gordon says. “They’re very smart. Books, which also sell some toys,
when the online retailing giant said it Amazon scans the horizon and says, electronics and Amazon gadgets.
is working with Berkshire Hathaway ‘Why are they doing it that way?”’ But don’t blame just Amazon for the
and JPMorgan Chase to create a com- Before it sold toilet paper, TVs and failure of other retailers, says Neil
pany to offer affordable health care to just about anything else, Amazon.com Saunders, an analyst at GlobalData
their employees. Stocks of health launched in 1995 as a site that mostly Retail. Blame competitors for not
insurers tumbled, erasing billions of sold books. At the time, it pushed evolving, he says.
dollars in shareholder value. other booksellers to beef up their “Amazon isn’t a killer,” he says.
It has happened before. Supermarket online presence. “It’s just a disrupter.”
stocks slumped when Amazon unex- But Amazon shook up the industry Big retailers, such as Target and
pectedly bought Whole Foods last again in 2007, when it launched its Walmart, have spent billions to catch
year. And when Amazon said it would Kindle e-book reader. Soon, more peo- up with Amazon, and it seems to be
sell Kenmore washing machines last ple traded paper books for digital ver- paying off. Both companies have
summer, it rattled the shares of other sions. Barnes & Noble followed with posted large increases in online sales
appliance sellers. the Nook e-reader two years later. But recently.

EBay Inc. reports a fourth-quarter loss of $2.6 billion


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The results met Wall Street expecta- Revenue was reported as $9.57 bil-
tions. The average estimate of 15 ana- lion.
SAN JOSE — EBay Inc. on lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment For the current quarter ending in
Wednesday reported a fourth-quarter Research was also for earnings of 59 April, eBay expects its per-share earn-
loss of $2.6 billion, after reporting a cents per share. ings to range from 52 cents to 54
profit in the same period a year earlier. The e-commerce company posted cents.
On a per-share basis, the San Jose- revenue of $2.61 billion in the period, The company said it expects revenue
based company said it had a loss of which also matched Street forecasts. in the range of $2.57 billion to $2.61
$2.51. Earnings, adjusted for non- For the year, the company reported a billion for the fiscal first quarter.
recurring costs and stock option loss of $1.02 billion, or 95 cents per Analysts surveyed by Zacks had
expense, came to 59 cents per share. share, swinging to a loss in the period. expected revenue of $2.39 billion.

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to take long look at catch rule
Thursday • Feb. 1, 2018

Cougars stay perfect atop PAL Ocean


By Nathan Mollat Capuchino held the bulk of possession in the spanned the end of the first half and the opening
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF opening 40 minutes and had the more consis- minutes of the second. It turned into a pair of
tent, threatening attacks. goals for the Cougars that took the wind out of
Yet despite all their first-half shortcomings, the Mustangs’ sails.
Maybe the Half Moon Bay boys’ soccer team, the Cougars held a 2-1 advantage at halftime and In the 31st minute, HMB finally timed up a
which sits atop the Peninsula Athletic League went on to a 3-1 victory to improve to 9-0 in run, with Antonio Vega running by the Cap
Ocean Division standings, was overlooking a PAL Ocean Division games. defense. A Mustang defender was stride for stride
Capuchino side that has struggled in division “In the first half, [Cap] ran more than we did,” with the streaking Vega and they went shoulder
play. said HMB head coach Jeff Turgeon. “They pull to shoulder in the penalty box.
Maybe the Cougars, who had won all eight of the offside trap very well.” Vega went down, the referee awarded a penalty
their previous league games, were ripe for the An effective trap does exactly that against an kick and brandished the yellow card to the
picking. aggressive team like the Cougars, who like to defender for protesting the call.
Maybe the Mustangs would put together an play long through balls to their fleet of fleet- HMB’s Christian Martinez made the ensuing
inspired performance and pull off the upset of footed forwards. free kick and the Cougars rode that momentum
the season. They were whistled for four offside infrac- into halftime. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
For a half, Half Moon Bay did not look like a tions in the first half. HMB’s Michael Whitlatch drives against a
team that was a perfect 8-0 in league play. The game turned on a 20-minute period that See SOCCER, Page 16 Cap defender Wednesday in San Bruno.

Lady Scots in striking Lady wrestlers


get jump-start
distance in PAL South on postseason
I
f there is one Central Coast Section
By Terry Bernal championship tournament that rais-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF es eyebrows, it’s the CCS girls’
wrestling tournament. Not that one is
The term “twin towers” is a fairly common held — a report from the National High
one in basketball in reference to a tandem of School Federation of Associations
tall post players. Having two towers who (NHSFA) states since 1994, girls partici-
can run, though, that’s rare. pating in wrestling has grown from under
This is precisely the dynamic that has the 1,000 to nearly
Carlmont girls’ basketball team in the thick 15,000.
of the Peninsula Athletic League South No, the issue is
Division race. Ashley Trierweiler, a 6-1 jun- timing. For various
ior, and Catherine Dahlberg, a 5-11 sopho- reasons, not the
more, are the heart of a transition-intensive least being available
strategy. facilities to host a
Sure, both can muscle around the paint massive event such
with the best of them. That they can handle as a CCS champi-
the ball, and do so with a tempo, is just darn onship, the section
fun to watch. tournament is held a
“Fortunately, most of our post players are week before league
pretty fast and they can run — get down the tournaments are con-
floor,” Carlmont head coach Dan Mori said. tested. The CCS girls’ championships are
“Although we’re not the quickest team out slated for Friday and Saturday at Overfelt
there, if we can get down the floor and get High School in San Jose, while the
into good offensive positions, because of Peninsula Athletic League tournament is
our size, we can take advantage before the not until the following weekend. That
opponent really has a chance to set up their will be followed by the girls’ state tour-
‘D.’” nament three weeks from now, which also
The Lady Scots (7-1 PAL south, 17-3 over- happens to fall on the same weekend as
all) certainly took advantage on their home the CCS boys’ championships.
court Wednesday against Hillsdale for a 50- Is your head spinning yet?
28 win. Dahlberg had five rebounds inside “The girls’ coaches are kind of [mad]
the opening three minutes and went on to the way [the postseason] is aligned,” said
record a double-double with 10 points and Half Moon Bay head coach Tom Baker.
11 rebounds. Trierweiler fell one point shy The boys’ and girls’ section and state
of a double-double herself with nine points meets will both be on the same weekend
and 10 rebounds. in 2019.
Then there’s 5-10 senior center Victoria Baker said the biggest issue is that
Mataele, whose minutes were more limited CCS does not recognize girls’ wrestling
than her peers in the post, but still scored a leagues. Despite the rapid rise of partici-
team-high 13 points. pation in girls’ wrestling, there still are
Undersized Hillsdale (3-5, 11-7) ran out a not enough girls filling out school ros-
new starting five and was effective at break- ters to form legitimate leagues.
ing Carlmont’s full-court press. The TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL “I don’t think it’s there yet (girls’
Carlmont junior Evelyn Gordi drives through the paint in the Scots’ 50-28 victory over visiting
See SCOTS, Page 14 Hillsdale Wednesday evening at Stogner Gymnasium. See LOUNGE, Page 16

Skyline soph opens season in style


By Terry Bernal Enriquez. Albeit a small ment. With former Half Moon Bay and
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF sample size, the Skyline College standout Cole Watts pres-
Capuchino graduate is ent to throw a live batting practice —  a
Skyline catcher Ramon Enriquez hasn’t tied for the state lead warm-up for his upcoming first profession-
been back behind the plate very long, but with three home runs, al spring training for the Houston Astros
it has been a whirlwind tour for the sopho- having gone deep in — Enriquez served as the big left-hander’s
more through the opening week of the each of Skyline’s three battery mate for what turned out to be one
California community college baseball games this season. impressive show of southpaw velocity.
season. The hits kept coming, “His stuff is really sharp,” Enriquez said.
MARK MAGAT/SKYLINE VIEW While the Trojans have staggered to a 0- Cole Watts so to speak, when he “Compared to when he was here last year,
Skyline’s Ramon Enriquez leads the state with 3 start against some powerhouse competi- arrived at practice
three home runs through three games. tion, the losing streak hasn’t slowed Wednesday, as he drew a unique assign- See SKYLINE, Page 14
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Sports brief
Sharks’ slide continues, fall to Detroit
By Noah Trister
College coach, son accused of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS attacking referee after game
WAUKESHA, Wis. — A men’s college
DETROIT — Petr Mrazek capped an impres- basketball coach and his adult son have
sive January with another sharp performance. been charged with attacking a referee fol-
Mrazek made 30 saves, and then stopped lowing a game against a rival school in
Tomas Hertl in the seventh round of a Wisconsin.
shootout to lift the Detroit Red Wings to a 2-1 University of Wisconsin-Rock County
victory over the San Jose Sharks on coach Jamal Mosley, 41, and his son
Wednesday night. Mrazek went 3-1-1 in J’shon Mosley, 20, are charged with battery
January with two shutouts and a .940 save per- and disorderly conduct.
centage, easily his best month of the season. They’re accused of tracking down the ref-
“When you get to play, when you play lots eree, Patrick Anderson, after the team’s loss
of minutes, you get the confidence, the swag- on Jan. 3 to the University of Wisconsin-
ger back, and try to build from that,” Mrazek Waukesha, and beating him as he fell to the
said. ground. Witnesses stopped the attack and
Justin Abdelkader scored in the final round called police, investigators said.
of the tiebreaker, and Mrazek’s save on Hertl Anderson told police that he originally
ended the game. Trevor Daley scored for the RICK OSENTOSKI/USA TODAY SPORTS tried to ignore the Mosleys and raised his
Red Wings in the third period before Kevin San Jose goaltender Martin Jones makes a save during the Sharks’2-1 shootout loss to Detroit. arms in defense when the first punch was
Labanc responded for San Jose. thrown. He sustained abrasions and cuts
Gustav Nyquist, Andreas Athanasiou, Tomas Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said. “The Red thought we got better as the game went along around one of his eyes.
Tatar and Abdelkader scored in the shootout for Wings looked fresher than we did and played a and I thought by the end we did lots of good The Mosleys had left the scene by the
Detroit, while Joe Pavelski, Logan Couture smart game. Jonesy gave us a chance, but I stuff so I thought we deserved the two points.” time Waukesha police arrived. Police spoke
and Chris Tierney scored for the Sharks. think getting one point is a fair result.” Daley put Detroit up 1-0 with 13:12 remain- with Jamal Mosley the following day.
The Red Wings had a season-high 44 shots, Detroit was playing its first game after the ing in the third. Jones appeared to have The coach told police the referee had dis-
but San Jose salvaged a point thanks to goalie All-Star break. The Red Wings had their stopped Daley’s backhander from a tough respected him during the game by calling
Martin Jones and Labanc’s goal with 4:59 chances before Daley opened the scoring. angle, but the puck dropped over his left pad him a boy and giving him two technical
remaining in regulation. The Sharks spoiled Darren Helm was unable to convert a clean and ended up in the net for the defenseman’s fouls, The Journal Sentinel reported.
Mrazek’s bid for another shutout in January breakaway early in the second, and Martin Frk fourth goal of the season. Jamal Mosley said he followed Anderson
after an extended period in Detroit’s zone. had an open net on a third-period rebound, but The goal came moments after Pavelski hit after the game in order to get his name to
Luke Glendening of the Red Wings was caught the puck went wide. the post at the other end. file a complaint, but said the referee refused
without a stick, and Labanc’s wrist shot San Jose defenseman Justin Braun, who was to disclose his name. Jamal Mosley also
through traffic beat Mrazek high to the glove without a stick at the time, stuck out a skate NOTES said the referee threw the first punch.
side . and appeared to get a piece of Frk’s shot. San Jose’s Brent Burns had six shots in Mosley resigned on Jan. 23, university
Jones played in a 5-2 loss at Pittsburgh the “I thought our energy was really good, I the first period and nine for the game. ... spokeswoman Shawna Connor said. She
previous night, allowing one of the goals on thought our compete was really good. I didn’t Labanc played his 100th NHL game. The said the younger Mosley, originally
a bad giveaway . He was much better against think we were great in the first, I thought we goal was his sixth of the season. ... The described as a team manager, was neither a
Detroit. got better as the game went along,” Red Sharks lost their third straight game with- manager nor a student at the school.
“He looked good and gave us a chance to win Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. “Some of that out Joe Thornton, who is out with a right The Mosleys, both of Madison, are due in
a game that we probably didn’t deserve,” is you’re coming off break a little bit. But I leg injury. court Feb. 19.

Eric DeBrine led SHP with a game-high 20 Miller had 14, Gabby Natividad and Becca
WEDNESDAY Local sports roundup points. Tasi each finished with 13, while Neveah
trailed 17-9 after the first period, but took a Miller chipped in 11.
Boys’ basketball 27-21 lead at halftime thanks to an 18- Boys’ soccer
Aragon 50, Burlingame 47 point second quarter and then pulled away in San Mateo 5, Jefferson 1 Sequoia 50, San Mateo 24
Sam Manu scored a game-high 26 points the second half. The Bearcats cruised past the Grizzlies in The Bearcats stayed in the game for a half,
to lead the Dons to a win over the Panthers Josh Milch led a trio of Tigers who score a PAL Ocean Division match. trailing 19-10 at halftime, but the
in a PAL South Division game. in double figures, finishing with a game- Cherokees blew them out in the third quar-
Ahmad Alnubani and Luis Murillo each
Manu was 10 for 12 from the field and was high 18 points. Jackson Kubal and Alex ter, 18-2, and cruised home with the win.
had a goal and two assists to pace the
the only player for Aragon (4-4 PAL South, Pera each had 13 points. Jacqueline Kurland led Sequoia (5-3 PAL
Bearcats, who got a pair of goals from
10-9 overall) to score in double figures. South, 14-6 overall) with a game-high 16
Djelani Phillips. Liam Delaney had a goal
Sacred Heart Prep 52, Pinewood 35 points. Alexis Jackson added 11 for the
Burlingame (2-6, 3-17) was led by Callum and an assist for San Mateo as well.
The Gators won their ninth straight Cherokees.
Spurlock, who finished with 15 points. San Mateo (0-8, 1-17) was led by Katie
Gavin Coleman added 11 for the Panthers. WBAL game and moved over .500 mark for Girls’ basketball Osaki, who was making her season debut
the first time this season as they beat the
Panthers. South City 91, Jefferson 28 after missing all season with an injury. She
Terra Nova 55, Westmoor 43 Six Warriors scored in double figures as finished with nine points. Marie Rossi
SHP (8-1 WBAL, 10-9 overall) led just 27-
The Tigers rebounded from their disap- 21 at halftime, but took control of the game they blew past the Grizzlies in a PAL North added eight. Nesi Hafoka led the the
pointing loss to Half Moon Bay last Friday by outscoring Pinewood (4-5, 10-8) 12-4 in meeting. Bearcats with seven rebounds, while Lauren
With a hard-fought win over the Rams. the third quarter. Brittney Cedeno led South City (8-0 PAL Young grabbed five boards and came up with
Terra Nova (5-2 PAL North, 9-10 overall) North, 16-3 overall) with 16 points, Jerlene a pair of steals.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Thursday • Feb. 1, 2018 13

Goodell wants Eagles having fun on big stage,


to look deeply not intimidated by the Patriots that he’s done in this league,”

into catch rule


By Rob Maaddi “You have
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Johnson told the Associated Press.
fun when “I’m not going to go into the Super
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — it’s time to Bowl worshipping this man and
By Barry Wilner So the competition committee make him more than what he is. No
will dive into not only this rule,
Wrestling masks have replaced the have fun disrespect.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dog masks.
but perhaps refining the rulebook. The underdog Philadelphia and get “As far as bulletin-board materi-
MINNEAPOLIS — Roger “I would like to start back, Eagles are having fun with the serious al, they can put it on their night-
Goodell wants to see the mystery instead of adding to the rule, sub- media frenzy leading up to the stands for all I care, in their bath-
of the NFL’s catch rule solved, and tracting the rule. Start over again Super Bowl against the New Fletcher Cox
when it’s rooms, I don’t care. I don’t think
he’s ensured that the process has and look at the rule fundamentally England Patriots. They’re staying time to get you need any motivation to play in
begun. from the start. Because I think relaxed, loose and won’t be intimi- serious.” the Super Bowl. They know that.”
The commissioner said at his when you add or subtract things dated by their opponent’s incredi- Brady and Belichick have led the
you can still lead to confusion. al round. The Eagles (15-3) were the Patriots to five Super Bowl titles,
annual Super Bowl news confer- ble success. first No. 1 seed to enter their first
ence Wednesday that he personally These rules are very complex; you Three-time Pro Bowl defensive including two of the past three sea-
have to look at what the unintend- playoff game as an underdog. sons. They beat the Eagles 24-21
sees that rule as the most obvious tackle Fletcher Cox and All-Pro The city, which has always had an
to address. ed consequences are of making a right tackle Lane Johnson on in the big game 13 years ago.
change, which is what the compe- underdog personality, embraced the
Asked about the scrutiny that Wednesday donned masks that masks. Johnson and Long then Philadelphia players respect the
NFL officiating came under this tition committee, in my view, resembled the ones WWE star Rey duo’s accomplishments, but aren’t
does so well and with so much turned it into a charitable venture .
season, Goodell said “on the Mysterio and other luchadores wear They created underdog T-shirts that going into the game already defeat-
catch/no catch rule, we need to find thought. in the ring. ed. Several players were part of a
were sold with all proceeds going
a rule we think will address that. “Clearly, the catch/no catch has “This was a gift from Mexico so I to the Philadelphia school dis- 35-28 upset win at New England in
We certainly need to get this rule had a lot of discussion. I won’t tell can have super powers all week,” trict’s not-for-profit arm. 2015. The Eagles were a losing
right so everyone can appreciate.” you there won’t be controversy (in Cox said about the green mask fea- The Eagles were underdogs again team under Chip Kelly that season,
Goodell recently spent three the future), but we need to get to a turing an Eagles logo. in the NFC championship game and but still went on the road and
hours with former players, includ- better place.” “I’m just having fun right now. routed the Vikings 38-7. They’re in knocked off the 10-1 Patriots.
ing Pro Football Hall of Famers, He added that there were more We know why we’re here. We can’t the same spot against the Patriots, That won’t matter when the teams
going over 150 plays. He said video replay interruptions in 2017 come into this all uptight. You who are 4 1/2-point favorites on meet for the Vince Lombardi
there were many good ideas “and I think we can look at that. have fun when it’s time to have fun Sunday. Trophy. Still, it’s a confidence-
offered, but as for the specifics of How do we make the game more and get serious when it’s time to get But these Eagles don’t fear Bill booster for some guys.
what should be a catch, there was attractive with less stoppages is serious.” Belichick, Tom Brady or New “I think when you’ve been play-
little consensus. one of the things we focus on. Johnson and defensive end Chris England’s dynasty. Johnson called ing for a long time, you’ve had
“There were a lot of people with How do we use replay to ensure Long pulled out German shepherd Brady a “pretty boy” and made it games where you’ve played unbe-
different perspectives and lot of correcting obvious mistakes but masks and wore them off the field clear he’s not bothered by the hype. lievable players and unbelievable
disagreement in the room, ” he making sure it doesn’t interrupt and in their interviews after the “I definitely respect him and all coaches,” All-Pro center Jason
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—  while opponents have averaged just 35.9 Dahlberg’s mobility was in fine form off the bench to score a game-high 14 points.

SCOTS
Continued from page 11
points against through 20 games.
“I thought our defense was pretty good,” Mori
said. “They were solid on the perimeter. When
Wednesday. Amid Carlmont’s nine-point run in
the second quarter, she produced a crafty steal,
then pushed the action for a quick pass down
That was half the tally for the Knights, who
have been scuffling to finish shots through a
current three-game losing streak.
they did get by us on drives, we do have some court to sophomore Erica Mendiola for a buck- “We’re missing some gimmes down low,”
long, tall defenders. They can disrupt shots, et. In the third quarter, she capped the Scots’ 12- Hillsdale head coach Arteivia Lilomaiava said.
Knights showed some chops moving the ball block shots, or make the offensive player alter point run with a savvy cut across the paint to “So we’ve got to work on those in practice, for
in the half-court set as well. Finishing, howev- shots. So, that enables us to play a little knock down a running hook shot. sure.”
er, was a different matter. Hillsdale shot just tougher around the perimeter as well.” Dahlberg recorded three blocked shots as
22.7 percent from the floor. With the win, Carlmont is deadlocked for sec-
Dahlberg has rebounded in more ways than well. But what the 5-11 sophomore takes the ond place with Aragon in the PAL South, one
“Hillsdale, they’re not a very strong inside most pride in is her consistency at pulling down
team,” Trierweiler said. “So we felt like our one this season. A standout players on game back of first-place Menlo-Atherton. The
Carlmont volleyball’s Central Coast Section boards. Scots rematch Menlo-Atherton Friday night at
inside players could dominate. And they did.”
The Scots were all about big runs. They Division I championship team this season, “That’s what I try to do a lot of games because M-A after falling to the Bears 44-27 earlier this
opened the game on an 11-2 spree, then went on Dahlberg didn’t get to take part in any of the it provides a lot of opportunities for second- season. The silver lining is they were able to
a 9-0 run early in the second quarter. To open the Scots’ postseason merriment after her season chance points and then also it helps your team, hold M-A’s two top scoring weapons — 3-point
second half, they put in 12 straight points. ended with an ankle injury late in the year. for defense, push up the court faster for early marksman Carly McLanahan and two-time
From the midway point of the second quarter, The sophomore was ready to go for Carlmont breaks,” Dahlberg said. reigning PAL South MVP Greer Hoyem — to a
the Carlmont maintained a double-digit lead basketball’s Nov. 28 opener. But getting into Hillsdale only score three field goals in the combined 20 points.
throughout. basketball shape, considering all the running second half, and didn’t score its first points after “What killed us was we let everyone else get
Still, the secret to the Carlmont’s success has drills, was a grind. the break until senior Lauren Izumi knocked on a roll,” Trierweiler said. “So when we play
been defense. The most points the Scots have “Overall, it took time, but it’s gotten better,” down a pair of free throws midway through the them on Friday, we just have to focus on play-
surrendered in a single game this season is 44 Dahlberg said. “I’m pretty much healthier with third quarter. ing solid defense on everyone. Not just those
— something they have done three times it.” Hillsdale sophomore Kora Strickland came two key players.”
had a lock on the catching position. With don’t grow on trees. So, even such southpaws 90-pitch session was promising, showing

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Aberouette transferring to University of South
Alabama, the Trojans turned to Enriquez to
return to the squat for the first time in three
subpar performances aren’t immune to gaining
draft-day notoriety. Watts, though, was electric
last season. Serving as the Trojans’ closer, he
repeatable and fluid mechanics with vicious
downward bite on his fastball.
“My mechanics, I’m trying to repeat as much
years. went 2-1 with a 1.90 ERA, allowing just 23 hits
“He’s a big body … he’s handling the ball through 42 2/3 innings. His 58 strikeouts as possible,” Watts said. “This is only my sec-
even the short season he was up in pro ball, he well, sticking in well,” Watts said. “And hitting etched for him the best strikeout-per-nine- ond time throwing to live hitters (this offsea-
looked great.” wise, his confidence, he’s like a different guy in inning ratio in the state at 12.23. son). But I felt great.”
Although the two played together at Skyline the box.” Initially, his first taste of pro ball didn’t go so Enriquez got handcuffed several times on
last season, it was the first time Enriquez has Watts looks as dominant as he did as a com- smoothly. With the Greeneville Astros of the Watts’ outside fastball, but the backstop
ever caught Watts. Enriquez hasn’t caught since munity college sophomore last season. The Rookie-class Appalachian League, he posted a chalked that up to allowing himself a lazy
his junior year at Capuchino, having played left-hander was originally committed to join 6.75 ERA through 12 outings. But the strikeout approach in a practice session. Otherwise, the
third base both as a high school senior and a Aberouette on full scholarship at South numbers flourished toward the end of the sea- catcher is committed to the position, and is
community college freshman. Alabama, but his plans changed when the son. In August —  the closing month for the open to playing there, or a utility role between
When Enriquez arrived at Skyline last season, Astros made him a 31st round draft pick in minor league regular season — he notched 24 catcher and third base, at the next level.
one of his lifelong best friends, Felix 2017. strikeouts through 16 innings, including an
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FGCU is unbeaten NBA STANDINGS


EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
THURSDAY
WHAT’S ON TAP
Girls’ soccer
Westmoor at South City, 3 p.m.; Mills at El Camino,
South City at Capuchino, Sequoia at San Mateo,

in DI league play
Boston 37 15 .712 — Tampa Bay 50 34 13 3 71 176 128 Half Moon Bay at Hillsdale, Burlingame at Aragon,
Toronto 34 15 .694 1 1/2 Boston 48 29 11 8 66 157 119 Carlmont at Woodside, Terra Nova at Menlo-
Philadelphia 24 24 .500 11 Toronto 52 29 18 5 63 167 146 Atherton, 4:30 p.m.
New York 23 29 .442 14 Detroit 49 20 21 8 48 128 147
Brooklyn 19 33 .365 18 Florida 48 20 22 6 46 136 159 Wrestling
Montreal 50 20 24 6 46 130 159 Riordan at Serra, 5 p.m.; Half Moon Bay at Sequoia,
Southeast Division El Camino at Terra Nova, Menlo-Atherton at
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS favorite thing watching them is Ottawa 48 15 24 9 39 125 168 Burlingame, 6 p.m.
Miami 29 22 .569 — Buffalo 50 14 27 9 37 115 166
their bench, how excited they get Washington 28 22 .560 1/2
At San Mateo: Hillsdale vs. Aragon, Hillsdale vs.
South City, Capuchino vs. South City, Mills vs. San
At Florida Gulf Coast, the men’s when someone scores, someone Charlotte 21 29 .420 7 1/2 Metropolitan Division Mateo, 5 p.m.
and women’s basketball teams draws a charge, things like that. Orlando 15 35 .300 13 1/2 Washington 50 30 15 5 65 155 141
have much in common. Atlanta 15 36 .294 14 Boys’ basketball
That’s what a winning program Pittsburgh 52 28 21 3 59 156 155
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo School, 7:30 p.m.
Members of the coaching staffs New Jersey 49 25 16 8 58 147 147
looks like and that energy is Central Division Columbus 50 27 19 4 58 133 140
get along, regularly collaborating invested in us when we play.” Cleveland 30 20 .600 — Philadelphia 50 24 18 8 56 144 146
Girls’ basketball
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo School, Woodside
on ideas. The teams practice in suc- The school in southwest Florida Indiana 29 23 .558 2 N.Y. Rangers 50 25 20 5 55 153 151 Priory at Notre Dame-Belmont, 6 p.m.; Crystal
cession, one team getting off the with a beach on its sunsoaked cam- Milwaukee 27 22 .551 2 1/2 N.Y. Islanders 52 25 22 5 55 173 189 Springs vs. Mercy-Burlingame at CSM, 6:30 p.m.
floor while the other is getting set Detroit 23 26 .469 6 1/2 Carolina 50 23 19 8 54 139 155
pus has sent either its men’s team, Chicago 18 33 .353 12 1/2 College baseball
to go to work. There’s even seven women’s team, or both to the WESTERN CONFERENCE Cañada at Merced, Solano at San Mateo, Skyline at
doubleheader dates on the schedule, Cosumnes River, 2 p.m.
NCAA tournament in each of the WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division
the team that’s not playing some- last six seasons, and looks like it Southwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Men’s college basketball
times becoming a cheering section Houston 36 13 .735 — Winnipeg 51 30 13 8 68 167 137 Westmont-Montecito at Menlo, 7:30 p.m.
may extend that streak. The FGCU San Antonio 34 19 .642 4 Nashville 48 29 12 7 65 146 125
for the other. men (17-8) are 8-0 so far in Atlantic New Orleans 27 23 .540 9 1/2 St. Louis 52 31 18 3 65 151 131 FRIDAY
“In a sense we play for each Sun games and the women (20-3) Memphis 18 32 .360 18 1/2 Dallas 51 28 19 4 60 155 137 Girls’ basketball
Woodside at Sequoia, Capchino at Hillsdale,
other,” women’s senior guard take a 6-0 league mark into a game Dallas 16 36 .308 21 1/2 Minnesota 50 27 18 5 59 147 142
Aragon at San Mateo, Burlingame at Mills,
Taylor Gradinjan said. “We don’t Colorado 49 27 18 4 58 160 143
at North Florida on Thursday night. Northwest Division Chicago 50 24 19 7 55 148 137
Carlmont at Menlo-Atherton, Terra Nova at
want to be the team to let the other Oceana, Jefferson at El Camino, South City at Half
“We try to ground them a little Minnesota 32 22 .593 — Moon Bay, 6:15 p.m.
down, and vice versa.” bit, show them the things that are Oklahoma City 30 21 .588 1/2 Pacific Division
So far, so good. keeping us from being as good a Portland 29 22 .569 1 1/2 Vegas 49 33 12 4 70 168 130 Boys’ basketball
Denver 26 25 .510 4 1/2 Sharks 50 26 16 8 60 146 140 Pinewood at Crystal Springs, 6:30 p.m.; Serra at St.
FGCU stands alone right now — team as we’re capable of being,” Ignatius, 7:30 p.m.; Woodside at Sequoia,
Utah 22 28 .440 8 Los Angeles 50 27 18 5 59 142 121
the only school in Division I bas- FGCU women’s coach Karl Smesko Anaheim 51 25 17 9 59 144 142
Capuchino at Hillsdale, Aragon at San Mateo,
Burlingame at Mills, Carlmont at Menlo-Atherton,
ketball to still be undefeated in said. “We try to challenge our kids Pacific Division Calgary 50 25 17 8 58 139 139 Terra Nova at Oceana, Jefferson at El Camino, South
men’s and women’s conference to keep getting better and make Warriors 40 11 .784 — Edmonton 49 22 24 3 47 135 157 City at Half Moon Bay, 7:45 p.m.
play. There’s 349 schools offering L.A. Clippers 25 25 .500 14 1/2 Vancouver 50 20 24 6 46 131 162
improvements and look at some of L.A. Lakers 19 31 .380 20 1/2 Arizona 50 12 29 9 33 118 172 Boys’ soccer
both men’s and women’s basket- the things they’re doing to see if Phoenix 18 34 .346 22 1/2 Eastside College Prep at Menlo School, 2:45 p.m.;
ball across 32 conferences in there’s any way they can be more Sacramento 16 34 .320 23 1/2 Wednesday’s Games Harker at Sacred Heart Prep, Crystal Springs at
Priory, 3:30 3:30 p.m.; Westmoor at San Mateo,
Division I, and 348 of them have productive or better.” Toronto 5, N.Y. Islanders 0 Jefferson at Half Moon Bay, El Camino at
seen at least one of their teams fall Wednesday’s Games Detroit 2, San Jose 1, SO
That can’t be comforting news to Indiana 105, Memphis 101 Washington 5, Philadelphia 3
Capuchino, Terra Nova at Mills, Carlmont at
Burlingame, Sequoia at Woodside, Aragon at South
in a league game this season. the Eagles’ A-Sun opponents. Orlando 127, L.A. Lakers 105 Thursday’s Games City, Menlo-Atherton at Hillsdale, 4:30 p.m.
Not the Eagles. Once again, the Both teams have won 10 consec- Brooklyn 116, Philadelphia 108 Toronto at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m.
place known as Dunk City in honor Girls’ soccer
utive games. That means the Eagles Charlotte 123, Atlanta 110 Montreal at Carolina, 4 p.m.
Menlo School at Notre Dame-Belmont, 2:45 p.m.;
of its scintillating Sweet Sixteen Cleveland 91, Miami 89 St. Louis at Boston, 4 p.m.
have the seventh-longest active Boston 103, New York 73
Woodside Priory at Crystal Springs, 3 p.m.
Florida at Buffalo, 4 p.m.
men’s tournament run in 2013 is streak in men’s basketball, the Portland 124, Chicago 108 Anaheim at Ottawa, 4 p.m. Girls’ wrestling
finding ways to get noticed. 10th-longest active run in Phoenix 102, Dallas 88 Philadelphia at New Jersey, 4 p.m. CCS championships at Overfelt High School, 5 p.m.
“It’s pretty good for us, pretty women’s basketball. Thursday’s Games Vegas at Winnipeg, 5 p.m.
Memphis at Detroit, 4 p.m. Los Angeles at Nashville, 5:30 p.m. Women’s college basketball
good for our mojo,” men’s senior “Success kind of pushes each San Mateo at Las Positas-Livermore, 5 p.m.;
Toronto at Washington, 4 p.m. Tampa Bay at Calgary, 6 p.m.
guard Brandon Goodwin said. “I program,” Smesko said. “There’s Houston at San Antonio, 5 p.m. Dallas at Arizona, 6 p.m. Ohlone-Fremont at Skyline, 7 p.m.
know the women’s team sees some high expectations here for every Milwaukee at Minnesota, 5 p.m. Colorado at Edmonton, 6 p.m. Men’s college basketball
of us sitting in the stands during program to be successful.” Oklahoma City at Denver, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Vancouver, 7 p.m. Cañada at Las Positas-Livermore, 7 p.m.
games and they’re fun to watch. My
College softball

ond wife, Lovell Woods Gamble.


TRANSACTIONS NDNU vs. Northwest Nazarene at Las Vegas, 11:30
Baseball brief BASEBALL Scott Turner quarterbacks coach, Heath Farwell as-
a.m.; NDNU vs. Nebraska Kearney at Las Vegas, 2
p.m.; Siskiyous at San Mateo, 3 p.m.
She said he was diagnosed with a American League sistant special teams coach and Travelle Wharton
College baseball
Former big league outfielder benign tumor of the jaw, TAMPA BAY RAYS —Fired team physician Michael
Reilly.
assistant offensive line coach.
CLEVELAND BROWNS — Signed TE Devon Ca-
Menlo at Vanguard, 2 p.m.
Oscar Gamble dead at 68 ameloblastoma, about nine years National League juste, DB Denzel Rice and OL Christian Schneider. SATURDAY
ago. It became ameloblastic carci- MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Named Dave Joppie TENNESSEE TITANS — Named Pat O’Hara quar- Girls’ wrestling
NEW YORK — Oscar Gamble, an noma in 2016 and he had the first hitting coach for Colorado Springs (PCL); Dave terbacks coach, Kerry Coombs secondary coach, CCS championships, all day
outfielder who hit 200 home runs Chavarria pitching coach and Al LeBoeuf hitting Shane Bowen outside linebackers coach, Tyrone
of several operations that August. coach for Biloxi (SL); Sandy Guerrero hitting coach McKenzie inside linebackers coach and Rob Moore Boys’ soccer
over 17 major league seasons, has He entered the hospital on Jan. 22. for Carolina (Carolina); and Connor McCarthy wide receivers coach. Promoted Craig Aukerman Serra at St. Ignatius, 11 a.m.
died of a rare tumor of the jaw. He She said he never chewed tobacco. strength and conditioning specialist for Wisconsin to special teams coach.
(MWL). Girls’ soccer
was 68. NEW YORK METS — Traded LHP Josh Smoker to NHL
King’s Academy at Sacred Heart Prep, 11 a.m.
Gamble, recognizable during his Gamble spent seven seasons Pittsburgh Pirates for LHP Daniel Zamora and cash. NHL — Fined New Jersey F Taylor Hall $5,000 for a
boarding penalty against Buffalo F Kyle Okposo, College baseball
playing days for an Afro that with the New York Yankees in two NFL
during a Jan. 30 game. Merced at Cañada, San Mateo at Solano,
CAROLINA PANTHERS — Named Chase Black-
spilled out of his helmet, died stints, playing for AL pennant burn special teams coordinator, Brady Hoke ARIZONA COYOTES — Recalled DKyle Capo- Cosumnes River at Skyline, 1 p.m.; Menlo at
Wednesday according to his sec- winners in 1976 and 1981. defensive line coach, Steve Russ linebackers coach, bianco from Tucson (AHL). Vanguard, 11 a.m./2 p.m.
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shows at least one PAL wrestler in the top Kristaal Betanzo, who is ranked No. 4 at Basically, the girls will wrestle until

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Continued from page 11
15 in 13 of the 14 weight classes. In the
CCS seeds that were released for this week-
end’s championships, the PAL has 22
101, while Riina Smith is fifth at 189. San
Mateo’s Jocelyn Cristin earned the No. 6
seed at 235.
they’re told not to wrestle any more
because the season is over and the true test
to see who is best begins this weekend.
wrestlers from six schools who earned top- “M-A, I expect them to win (it all) again. ***
6 seeds, along with a pair of alternates. Terra Nova will be right there,” Baker said. If Burlingame wrestler Bobby Ennis does
wrestling leagues),” said Duane Morgan, It’s no surprise to see members of the M- “The top teams (outside the PAL) are Alisal, nothing else his entire wrestling career, he
CCS commissioner and the section’s A squad — the defending CCS team champ Evergreen, Santa Cruz, Silver Creek. They will always have Tuesday night’s win over
wrestling coordinator. “It just doesn’t have — near the top of many of the weight all have five to 10 girls and they’re all El Camino.
that wide a base. … Each school can send classes, including the top seeds for Angie really good.” Wrestling in the final match of the night
one girl per weight, with a max of 14 (the Bautista (126), Lauren McDonnell (137), and Burlingame trailing on the scoreboard,
As far as the having the section tourna-
number of weight classes). There are only Abby Ericson (170) and Folashade Akinola Ennis, a freshman, posted a first-round pin
ment before the league championships,
about two or three schools that can do (189). at 197 pounds to give the Panthers the
Baker believes it doesn’t really affect the
that.” stunning win.
Terra Nova and Half Moon Bay have their girls all that much. They’re used to
The schedule may be screwy, but that share of highly-seeded wrestlers for this wrestling in tournaments on the weekends “He was over the moon,” Ennis’ father,
won’t prevent the section’s best from fac- weekend as well. The Tigers’ Victoria so they’ll treat these next two champi- Bob Ennis, said.
ing each other with a spot in the state tour- Borrego (106) is ranked No. 1 and will be onship weeks as just other tournaments. Ennis, who weighs in at 185, was moved
nament on the line. The teams from the looking for her third straight CCS title. But Baker believes there is still some- up a weight class and needed to win by pin
PAL, maybe more so than any other league Anna Smith is No. 4 at 116, Mikaela thing to be said for the PAL champi- to give the Panthers the victory. Making
in the section, are ready to stake the claim Contreras, who was second at CCS and onships, because everyone wants to be the the win even more important is the fact it
of best league in the section. A PAL team sixth at state last season, is No. 2 at 131. best in their league. kept Burlingame undefeated in PAL Bay
has won the last three CCS team titles: Marlene Salinas is ranked No. 1 at 150 for “I wouldn’t say (having the PAL tourna- Division dual meets and sets up a PAL
Menlo-Atherton is the defending champi- Terra Nova. ment after CCS is) a letdown for the girls,” championship match next week against
on, while Terra Nova won it all in 2015 and The Cougars have a trio of wrestlers who Baker said. “They’re fired up for this week- fellow unbeaten Half Moon Bay.
2016. will be looking for top-6 podium finishes. end, but they look at league finals, at least
“The PAL is really, really strong,” Baker Hallie Beier (160), Maria Cuevas (189) and my girls do, as a second chance. If they
said. “We’re going to be well-represented Morgan Sparks (235) go into the tourna- didn’t do well in CCS, they can still come Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
this weekend.” nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344-
ment ranked fifth in their weight classes. into league finals and make up for that or 5200 ext. 117. You can follow him on Twitter
A look at the ranking on CCSrank.com Aragon has a couple of contenders in help the team win.” @CheckkThissOutt.

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Continued from page 11
Cougars scored for a 3-1 lead. Octavio DeLeon
stepped into the free kick from 20 yards out,
sending a low cross into the mass of bodies in
6 overall. But the Cougars could not finish
several opportunities, which Turgeon said has
been an issue this season.
lead.
The Mustangs were still in the game, how-
ever, and they controlled most of the final 30
the penalty box. Sophomore Saul Villafuerte, “We should have had more,” Turgeon said. or so minutes. They scored the equalizer on a
who had just come on a second-half substitute, long run by Jose Chavolla. He received a pass
It didn’t take long for Vega to create an While it was HMB’s speed that ultimately
managed to have the ball on his foot and a near midfield, went down the left sideline,
opportunity once again with his speed. He helped decide the game’s final two goals, it
sliver of space. He turned and almost cupped a angled in on goal and hammered a shot from
again ran onto a through ball with the same was a ball that bounced the Cougars’ way that
shot just inside the left post for the score. 20 yards out that beat the goalkeeper to the
defender on his hip, who grabbed Vega’s arm led to the game’s first goal in the ninth
“We just melted after that,” said Capuchino minute. It was HMB’s first real scoring oppor- near left post.
as he started to pull away. head coach David Linton. “That red card got in tunity when the Cougars received a throw-in Six minutes later, the Cougars had grabbed
Foul. Second yellow card. Ejection and the their heads, then we lost our structure.” deep in the Cap end. A shot from the top of the the lead and 45 minutes after that, their ninth
Mustangs playing a man down six minutes HMB had a number of more chances as the penalty box was not hit hard but was well straight league victory.
into the second half. Cougars went after the 10-man Mustangs, out- placed, forcing the Cap goalkeeper to make a “For a 9-0 team, we need to get better. We
sprawling save. have to finish better,” Turgeon said. “But it is
But he could not corral the ball, merely a team I thought could be competitive (this
pushing it aside. HMB’s DeLeon came flying season), if they can just keep their heads in
in from the right wing, beat the goalkeeper to it.”

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Plants can thrive with no care at all in Wardian cases bottles have a dark plastic piece that
By Lee Reich CARE-FREE GARDENING
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS covers the domed bottom. Pry that
Whether in the home or on a ship, plastic piece off the bottom and then
In 1827, a London physician with an plants in Wardian cases need little cut the bottle in half crosswise. Invert
interest in caterpillar metamorphosis care. The small amount of water that the dome over the base you initially
built small glass boxes to contain the the leaves give off in their humid pried off, and you’re almost ready to
environment condenses on the glass plant.
cocoons and emerging butterflies.
and dribbles back to the roots. Once you have settled on a contain-
Peering into the “dirt” in one of the
Oxygen released each day from photo- er, wash it thoroughly. You won’t get
boxes one day, the physician, Dr.
synthesis is used each night in respi- another chance once it is planted.
Nathanial Ward, noticed that a fern ration. Ward reputedly grew ferns in
spore had germinated.
Ward became so enthralled with the
one of his cases for 15 years without SOIL, PLANTS, WATER
any care at all.
way the developing plant was able to A Wardian case full of lush green To plant, start with a layer of char-
flourish without care in the box that he plants is a year-round oasis, even if coal, which will keep the soil “sweet.”
changed his course of study. In 1836, today’s homes are less drafty and the Next, add potting soil, the amount
he published a book entitled “On the air is cleaner than in the homes of depending on the container, the plants
Growth of Plants in Closely Glazed Victorian England. and the type of “landscaping” you
Cases.” Aside from decorative value and ease want. Perhaps, depending on your
Wardian cases, as the glass boxes of care, a terrarium provides the “landscape,” one or more rocks also.
came to be called, became all the rage humid, boggy environment essential Finally ... the plants.
in Victorian England. Plants were pro- to the cultivation of certain plants. Dexterity with chopsticks helps in
tected in the cases from the chilling planting.
drafts, dry air and gas fumes of MANY OPTIONS Choose plants that thrive in high
Victorian homes. humidity and will not grow too fast. A
Plant explorers also found a use for
FOR A WARDIAN CASE spider plant in a terrarium I made for
Wardian cases. Live plants from exotic Many kinds of containers can serve my brother a few years ago has pushed
lands could be transported by ship to as Wardian cases. I have made my own, off the wooden lid and now is climb-
England, protected in the cases from using glass and silicone glue. Other ing out the top. Good plant choices
salt air and changing climatic condi- possibilities include 5-gallon water for larger terrariums are dracenas, diff-
tions. jars, 1-gallon canning jars, aquariums enbachias and palms. Low-growing
Today, we usually call such plant and oversize brandy snifters. plants include English ivy (choose Wardian cases need little care.The small amount of water that
cases “terrariums.” Large plastic soda bottles are easily small-leaved cultivars), prayer plants, the leaves give off in their humid environment condenses on
converted into small terrariums. Some ferns, baby’s tears and mosses. the glass and dribbles back to the roots.

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month. The San Mateo County Community bring this project to reality,” he said in an would be housed in two 15-unit buildings,

COLLEGE
Continued from page 1
College District is partnering with devel-
oper SummerHill Homes to built the proj-
ect across an 8-acre site on the campus.
email.
Elaine Breeze, vice president of develop-
ment for SummerHill Homes, also shared
with a community amenity area, surface
parking areas and landscaped common open
space, according to city report.
Thirty of the units will be set aside at an enthusiasm for the project soon returning The district agreed to set aside for the next
affordable rate as workforce housing for before San Bruno officials for further con- 55 years 11 of the units at an affordable rate,
“I would like to see the college be held district employees, and the other 40 are sideration. six of which would be for low-income work-
accountable for their environmental stew- proposed on a separate but nearby develop- ers and the rest for moderate-income
ardship. They are fortunate to have habitats “While we were disappointed by the delay,
ment as single-family homes. we are very excited to present the Skyline employees. The district also agreed to pay a
for several species on their campus and $320,000 affordable housing impact fee, in
School officials approved last year sell- residential project to the City Council next
should uphold their public trust responsi- lieu of one very-low-income unit.
ing a majority of the lot on the campus to month and were pleased to receive a unani-
bilities for those species and their habi-
finance construction of the workforce mous recommendation from the Planning The single-family homes are proposed to
tats,” said Hankins.
housing to expand the residential develop- Commission in November,” she said in an be two stories with between three to five
Out of an abundance of caution, San Bruno
ment considered by officials an asset in email. “We appreciate the opportunity to bedrooms, three bathrooms and a two-car
City Manager Connie Jackson said officials
recruiting and retaining teaching talent. work with both the city of San Bruno and garage, according to a city report. The home
tabled the decision to consider the issues
The city’s Planning Commission unani- the college district again — and to provide designs include floor plans spanning from
raised. But following an examination of the
mously recommended the project for final much needed high quality housing in San 2,890 square feet to 3,185 square feet.
campus and project environmental review
approval from the City Council late last Bruno.” With the environmental concerns appar-
documents, she expressed confidence the
year. As many school districts across San ently put to rest, Jackson said she believes
species will not be threatened.
“Skyline project representatives have District spokesman Mitch Bailey Mateo County scramble to hire qualified the proposal is slated for approval when it
been dogged in producing volumes of infor- expressed frustration with the last-second teachers due to the exorbitant cost of liv- returns before the City Council.
mation demonstrating those mitigations delay, characterizing the concerns as ing, community college officials have char- “My understanding is at this point staff is
were fully and satisfactorily completed minor, and expressed confidence the proj- acterized similar developments on other satisfied that there is no issue of concern
years ago,” said Jackson. ect would ultimately move ahead. district campuses as a valuable tool for associated with our recommendation for the
As a result, she said she expects the issue “We remain very optimistic and look for- attracting and retaining talent. City Council to approve this project,” she
to return before the council for a vote next ward to our ongoing work with the city to The multi-unit developments for teachers said.

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Calendar Rose McGowan to Weinstein:
There was no consent given
THURSDAY, FEB. 1 p.m. on Saturday. Free parking avail-
Kids Coding: Junior Swif t able. For more information call 868-
Language. 4 p.m. South San 9027.
Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. ABC Mouse — B ring Learning
Learn computing skills through Home. 10:30 a.m. 840 W. Orange By Hillel Italie
interactive and fun activities. For Ave., South San Francisco. Come to
more information call 829-3860. the library for a demonstration of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ABC Mouse. Recommended for ages
Searching the Internet. 6 p.m. 2 and up.For more information call NEW YORK — Rose McGowan says
South San Francisco Main Library, 829-3860.
840 W. Orange Ave., South San it’s time for Harvey Weinstein to drop
Francisco. Find reliable websites with Roaming Reader s. Noon. Oyster his story about a “consensual” rela-
these tips for using search engines. Point Marina, 95 Harbor Master Road,
For more information call 829-3860. South San Francisco. Meet with other tionship.
readers to discuss books while walk- “He can fall off the planet,” the
San Mateo Public Library B ook ing local trails. Club will meet in front
Discussion Group. 6:30 p.m. San of the fishing pier at Oyster Point activist said during an interview with
Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third St., Marina. For more information con- the Associated Press on Wednesday.
San Mateo. For more information call tact valle@plsinfo.org.
522-7849. “My statement is truth. My statement
Escape Room. 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 is reality. Stop saying it’s consensu-
‘Insignificance.’ 8 p.m. The Dragon p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. South al, you pig! You know it’s not true.”
Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood San Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
City. A meeting of the minds Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Weinstein issued a statement
between Albert Einstein, Marilyn Solve puzzles and riddles with a Tuesday that quoted an alleged email
Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and team to extract a device. Online reg-
Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel istration required. Ages 11 and older. from McGowan’s former manager,
room in the 1950s. PG-13. $35 for For more information call 829-3860. saying that the actress had spoken of
general admission, $27 for students
and seniors. For more information Superhero Training Camp. 1 p.m. to a consensual encounter with him.
call 493-2006. 3 p.m. Grand Avenue Library, 306 Weinstein is accused by multiple
Walnut Ave., South San Francisco.
FRIDAY, FEB. 2 Free and open for kids. For more women of sexual misconduct, revela-
Free First Friday at the San Mateo information call 877-8530. tions that helped lead to allegations
County History Museum. 10 a.m. to against Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose and
4 p.m. 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Author Talk : ‘Squid Empire’ by
The entire day all museum programs Danna Staaf. 2 p.m. 840 W Orange dozens of other men.
are free. For more information call Ave., South San Francisco. Books will McGowan is promoting a trilogy (a REUTERS FILE PHOTO
299-0104. be available for purchase. For more Actor Rose McGowan raises her fist after addressing the audience during the
information contact “holy trinity without the ‘holy,”’ she
Kids Craft with Sophie’s World. 4 valle@plsinfo.org. calls it) of new projects this week, opening session of the three-day Women’s Convention at Cobo Center.
p.m. 840 W. Orange Ave., South San
Francisco. Make Valentine’s Day- Aragon Music Presents: Music including the album “Planet 9,” the E! ing will no longer be tolerated.” “Charmed” as an idea “so flaccid.” She
themed projects. For more informa- from the Hear t. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. docuseries “Citizen Rose” and the McGowan signed a deal for “Brave” did enjoy directing “Dawn,” a short
tion call 829-3860. Virgin America Office, 555 Airport
Blvd., Burlingame. Events features memoir “Brave.” in 2016, well before the current film about an innocent girl’s murder
CuriOdyssey First Friday Family musicians from the Aragon musical Her book includes a graphic account (hash)MeToo movement, but says she she has likened to her time in the
Night. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey, program. For more information call
1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. 558-2999. of being assaulted by the movie pro- knew all along the world would movie business.
Admission is $9.50 to $12.50. Swing ducer, whom she calls “the monster,” change — in part because she would And she is anxious to work in other
into the weekend with music, sci- ‘Gypsy.’ 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 506 N. in a hotel 20 years ago. Besides her
ence, food and fun. For more infor- Delaware St., San Mateo. Tickets change it. “Brave” describes her sur- art forms. A fan of such authors as
mation call 342-7755. available at Box Office One. Cost $20. comment to the AP, McGowan issued a vival of what she calls a lifetime of Isabel Allende and Gabriel Garcia
For more information contact tick- statement Wednesday saying that his
First Friday Art Series. 6 p.m. to 8 ets@smhsdrama.org. attempted brainwashing, whether the Marquez, whose “Love in the Time of
p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 remarks were part of an ongoing Christian-influenced cult her family Cholera” she re-reads each year,
Primrose Road, Burlingame. This ‘Insignificance.’ 8 p.m. The Dragon effort to “smear” her. belonged to as a child to her years in McGowan says she’s thinking about
event features Robert Liu-Trujillo. For Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood
more information call 558-7411. City. A meeting of the minds “It is an affront not only to Rose Hollywood. writing a “fiction-ish” story about an
between Albert Einstein, Marilyn but to the hundreds of women who “This is not a tell-all,” she writes. 11-year-old girl. During her inter-
Art on the Square presents H’ART Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and
Squared 2018. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel have come forward with their stories “This is a tell-it-how-it-is.” view, she also spoke of her love for
Veterans Memorial Senior Center, room in the 1950s. PG-13. $35 for of harassment, sexual abuse and rape McGowan is known for such films visual art and music and of the liberat-
1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City. general admission, $27 for students perpetrated by Mr. Weinstein and
The Kainos Dance Team will perform and seniors. For more information as “Scream” and “Going All the Way,” ing feeling of working behind a cam-
at 7 p.m. on Friday and at 11 a.m. and call 493-2006. those like him,” the statement reads and for the TV series “Charmed.” But era instead of front of it.
2pm on Saturday. Free parking avail-
SUNDAY, FEB. 4
in part. “This is a sad, pathetic old- she says she’s done with acting and She also has some thoughts about
able. For more information call 868-
9027. Caption for Hearing Loss Class. fashioned sexist attempt to under- describes her time on screen as “just a the Time magazine cover story on
1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. San Mateo Senior mine obvious truth and the gaslight-
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, job” and scorns the recent reboot of “The Silence Breakers.”
Spaghetti and Bingo Fundraiser. 6
p.m. Foster City Recreation Center. San Mateo. Registration is required.
650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Fundraiser For more information call 522-7490.
benefits,” Gascon said. He said prose- Democrat from Oakland, introduced
will support the Foster City Police
and Fire Departments. $25 tickets.
For more information and tickets
email martha-sandy@hotmail.com
or call 200-5111.
‘Insignificance.’ 2 p.m. The Dragon
Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood
City. A meeting of the minds
between Albert Einstein, Marilyn
Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and
S.F.
Continued from page 1
cutors will review cases from 1975
through passage of Proposition 64 in
November 2016.
legislation on Jan. 9 that would require
county courts to automatically
expunge eligible records.
‘Gypsy.’ 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 506 N. Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel He said 23 petitions for dismissal or Recreational marijuana became legal
Delaware St., San Mateo. Tickets room in the 1950s. PG-13. $35 for reduction have been filed in San in California last year, and on Jan. 1 it
available at Box Office One. Cost $20. general admission, $27 for students na. It also allowed people convicted of
and seniors. For more information Francisco since passage of became legal for licensed dispensaries
For more information contact tick- marijuana charges to petition courts
ets@smhsdrama.org. call 493-2006. Proposition 64. to sell it to non-medical patients.
to toss out the cases or reduce penal-
‘Insignificance.’ 8 p.m. The Dragon ‘Gypsy.’ 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. 506 N. ties. As of September, around 5,000 peo- The U. S. Justice Department
Delaware St., San Mateo. Tickets ple had applied for a change to their
Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood
available at Box Office One. Cost $20. Gascon says that process can be announced earlier this year that it’s
City. A meeting of the minds records, according to state data. That’s
between Albert Einstein, Marilyn For more information contact tick- time-consuming and costly, so prose- halting an Obama-era policy to take a
Monroe, U.S. Sen. Joe McCarthy and ets@smhsdrama.org.
cutors in the district attorney’s office a fraction of the people that experts hands-off approach toward states that
Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel estimate are eligible.
room in the 1950s. PG-13. $35 for DIY Succulent Heart Floral Wreath plan to review and wipe out eligible have legalized marijuana. Pot is still
general admission, $27 for students Class. 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. New Leaf Laura Thomas, deputy state director illegal under federal law.
Community Market, 150 San Mateo cases en masse. Some people with
and seniors. For more information
call 493-2006. Road, Half Moon Bay. Materials will convictions may not know they are for the pro-marijuana organization The federal move could lead to
be provided. Registration is required. Drug Policy Alliance, estimated more
$30. For more information call 726- eligible, Gascon said. increased prosecutions of marijuana
Free Lecture: Direct Detection of than 100,000 people are eligible to
Dark Matter. 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. College 3110. “A misdemeanor or felony convic- sellers and growers, although it’s
of San Mateo Planetarium (No. 36), tion can have significant implications have their records changed. unclear how aggressive federal attor-
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104 training 110 Employment 203 public notices tundra tundra tundra
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE
statEmEnt #276284
intErEstEd in The following person is doing business
as: NB Yoga and Wellness, 1270 Roble
bEcominG a Rd, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Registered
Owner: Nicole Jeanette Byrne, same ad-
dEntal dress. The business is conducted by a
assistant? Limited Liability Company. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business
under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Nicole J. Byrne/
classEs This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/10/18. (Published
EnrollinG in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/11/18,
1/18/18, 1/25/18, 2/1/18).
soon!
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE
Call Gurnick Academy of statEmEnt #276130
Medical Arts The following person is doing business
as: 1)C2 Projects 2)C2 Growth, 205 De
San Mateo Anza Blvd #310, SAN MATEO, CA over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
94402 Registered Owners: Chris Misner
650-685-6616 and Crystal Hayling, 2227 Cobblehill Pl,
San Mateo, CA 94402. The business is
conducted by a Married Couple. The
registrants commenced to transact busi-
ness under the FBN on 05/16/2002.
/s/Chris Misner/
/s/Crystal Hayling/
105 Education/instruction This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 12/27/17. (Publish-
Caregivers
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
1/11/18, 1/18/18, 1/25/18, 2/1/18).
Home
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tEnnis (650) 600-8108 fictitioUs bUsinEss namE
lEssons Email:
Email: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com statEmEnt #276023
The following person is doing business
www.starlightcaregivers.com
www.starlightcaregivers.com as: Bloom Gallery, 1161 Noel Dr, MEN-
throUGhoUt thE Apply
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alk-in LO PARK, CA 94025. Registered Own-
er: Anastasiya Yurinok, same address.
EntirE pEninsUla 4600 EEll CCamino Real,, # 211,, LLos
amino Real os Altos
Altos The business is conducted by an Indi-
vidual. The registrants commenced to 203 public notices 203 public notices books
transact business under the FBN on Jan.
1, 2017.
Now accepting /s/Anastasiya Yurinok/ fictitioUs bUsinEss namE
statEmEnt #276495
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE
statEmEnt #276435
JamEs pattErson hardback books.
2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
This statement was filed with the Asses-
new students. Day
Day or Night
Night Shifts,
Shiffts Immediate
ts, Immedia te Placement
Placement sor-County Clerk on 12/18/17. (Publish- The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Belmont Shell Auto Care, 2000 Ral- nicholas sparks hardback books.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, as: TNT Bookkeeping, 715 Stewart Ave,
650-814-9737 Required:
Required: 2 years
or current
years paid experience
experience
current CNA Certification;
Certification;
1/11/18, 1/18/18, 1/25/18, 2/1/18). DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered ston Ave, BELMONT, CA 94002. Regis-
tered Owner: Ali Moradi, 1309 Marshall
2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861

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Owner: Vicky Cristina Gochez, same ad-
dress. The business is conducted by an
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& US History and classic American nov-
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE business is conducted by an Individual. els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
statEmEnt #276161 Individual. The registrants commenced The registrants commenced to transact
The following person is doing business to transact business under the FBN on business under the FBN on N/A. thE halo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
nEWspapEr intErns as: SpeeDee Oil Change & Auto Service, 1.30.18. /s/Ali Moradi/ Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
110 Employment JoUrnalism 390 El Camino Real, MILLBRAE, CA /s/V. Cristina Gochez/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
94030. Registered Owner: Pro-Motion This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 1/25/2018. (Publish- v.loGvinov, UnUsUal Journey to the
The Daily Journal is looking for in- Auto Inc., CA. The business is conduct- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
anGElos mUfflEr and terns to do entry level reporting, re- sor-County Clerk on 1/20/2018. (Publish-
ed by a Corporation. The registrants ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18, 2/22/18). sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
aUto rEpair search, updates of our ongoing fea- commenced to transact business under
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- the FBN on N/A. 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18, 2/22/18).
Now hiring Smog Technician 24-30Hr,
Mechanic 21-30Hr FT M-F
so welcome. /s/Arun Nagpal/ ordEr to shoW caUsE for
294 baby stuff
Paid holidays, vacation This statement was filed with the Asses- chanGE of namE
We expect a commitment of four to sor-County Clerk on 1/2/2018. (Publish- fictitioUs bUsinEss namE fishEr-pricE hEalthy Care booster
eight hours a week for at least four CASE# 17CIV05645 seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
Call 650-726-5989 months. The internship is unpaid, but
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal statEmEnt #276315 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
or apply in person 1/18/18, 1/25/18, 2/1/18, 2/8/18). The following person is doing business COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
332 Purissima St HMB.
intelligent, aggressive and talented in-
as: dgsoft, 3590 Exeter Drive, SAN BRU- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
295 art
terns have progressed in time into
Email: rovai5@aol.com paid correspondents and full-time re- NO, CA 94066. Registered Owner: Dmi- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE brUshEd finish, 15" X 20" frame
porters. statEmEnt #276299 triy Geller, same address. The business PETITION OF holds 18 various size photos. Never
The following person is doing business is conducted by an Individual. The reg- John Christopher Lerke used. $20. 650-369-2486.
associatE crEativE Director - College students or recent graduates as: Abhisri, 744 El Camino Real, SAN istrants commenced to transact business TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
PLAYSTUDIOS Inc. Job Site: Burlin- are encouraged to apply. Newspaper Petitioner: John Christopher Lerke aka
game, CA. Lead across product verticals experience is preferred but not neces-
CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Owner:
SRIJA Inc., CA. The business is con-
under the FBN on N/A.
John Lerke aka John C. Lerke filed a pe- 296 appliances
to help drive strategic design initiatives. sarily required. /s/Geller, Dmitriy/ tition with this court for a decree chang-
ducted by a Corporation. The regis- This statement was filed with the Asses- air conditionEr 10000 BTU w/re-
Maintain and evangelize PLAYSTUDIOS' trants commenced to transact business ing name as follows:
and brand design standards. Send re- Please send a cover letter describing sor-County Clerk on 1/16/2018. (Publish- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
under the FBN on N/A. Present Names: 1)John Christopher brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
sumes to Attn: HR, PLAYSTUDIOS Inc. your interest in newspapers, a resume ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal Lerke 2)John Lerke 3)John C. Lerke
and three recent clips. Before you ap- /s/Rajesh Villuri/ 0898
10300 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 13272, 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18, 2/22/18). Proposed Name: John Lerke Wong
Las Vegas NV 89135 ply, you should familiarize yourself This statement was filed with the Asses-
with our publication. Our Web site: sor-County Clerk on 1/11/2018. (Publish-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons air conditionEr, Portable, 14,000
www.smdailyjournal.com. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal BTU, Commercial Cool model
1/25/18, 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18). fictitioUs bUsinEss namE interested in this matter shall appear be-
statEmEnt #276444 CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
fore this court at the hearing indicated
carEGivErs Send your information via e-mail to
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg-
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul-
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE
The following person is doing business
as: Seam Sew Good, 465 Lynbrook Dr.,
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
tition for change of name should not be
sories plus remote included.
20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO.
statEmEnt #276337 (650)345-1835
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 PACIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Own- granted. Any person objecting to the
2 years experience The following person is doing business
as: Reside, 1780 Cordilleras Road, er: Irina Kislyuk, same address. The name changes described above must file air pot keeps 2.5 liters (84 oz) hot or
required. EMERALD HILLS, CA 94062. Regis- business is conducted by an Individual. a written objection that includes the rea-
sons for the objection at least two court
cold all day $19.95 (650)595-3933
tered Owner: Paul J. Montalvo, same ad- The registrants commenced to transact
dress. The business is conducted by an business under the FBN on N/A. days before the matter is scheduled to coffEE makEr $15.00 white, Kitchen
be heard and must appear at the hearing
Immediate placement 203 public notices
Individual. The registrants commenced
to transact business under the FBN on
/s/Irina Kislyuk/ to show cause why the petition should
Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533-
0907
on all assignments. This statement was filed with the Asses- not be granted. If no written objection is
N/A.
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE /s/Paul J. Montalvo/ sor-County Clerk on 1/26/2018. (Publish- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- colEman lXE Roadtrip Grill -
statEmEnt #276063 This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
call The following person is doing business
as: Lamalama Perfume, 4172 George
Avenue #2, SAN MATEO, CA 94403.
sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2018. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal
2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18, 2/22/18). petition shall be held on 02/23/18 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
(650)918-9847
ElEctric stovE From Sears
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
(650)777-9000 Registered Owner: April Espaniola, same
address. The business is conducted by
1/25/18, 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18).
fictitioUs bUsinEss namE
statEmEnt #276441
Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes-
Excellent Condition $225
Please Call (650)244-9267
an Individual. The registrants com- fictitioUs bUsinEss namE The following person is doing business sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
menced to transact business under the statEmEnt #276448 ing on the petition in the following news- Good microWavE 1100 watt $40 Da-
FBN on N/A. as: Offleash Public Relations, 107 South ly City (415) 231-4825.
hair stylist-onE Person Private Hair The following person is doing business B St, STE 330, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. paper of general circulation:
Studio, San Mateo$900month (650)291- /s/April Espaniola/ as: Arch Dental Care, 154 Arch Street, San Mateo Daily Journal
1007 This statement was filed with the Asses- REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. Regis- Registered Owner: Kulesa Public Rela- hotpoint hEavy Duty Dryer excellent
sor-County Clerk on 12/19/17. (Publish- tions, Inc., CA. The business is conduct- Filed: 1/9/2018 working condition Burlingame $50 Call
tered Owner: James H. Kim DDS and Mi- /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, chelle Y. Kim DDS, Inc., CA. The busi- ed by a Corporation. The registrants Dan (408)656-0958
salEs/markEtinG 1/11/18, 1/18/18, 1/25/18, 2/1/18). Judge of the Superior Court
ness is conducted by a Corporation. commenced to transact business under Dated: 1/9/2018
intErnships The registrants commenced to transact maytaG WashEr excellent working
the FBN on N/A. (Published 1/11/18, 1/18/18, 1/25/18, condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking business under the FBN on N/A. /s/Joanna G. Kulesa/
for ambitious interns who are eager to fictitioUs bUsinEss namE 2/1/18) (408)656-0958
/s/James H. Kim/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
jump into the business arena with both statEmEnt #275977 This statement was filed with the Asses-
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk on 1/26/2018. (Publish-
sor-County Clerk on 1/25/2018. (Publish- mfG h20labs Model 300 exc cond
of the newspaper and media industries. as: Little Hunan Restaurant, 120 De An- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
This position will provide valuable za Blvd., SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Reg- 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18, 2/22/18). 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18, 2/22/18).
experience for your bright future. istered Owner: Randy Chen, 707 So. El statEmEnt of abandonmEnt of rEfriGErator compact made by
Email resume Dorado St., San Mateo, CA 94402. The thE UsE of a fictitioUs bUsinEss emerson $25.00 good shape joe
info@smdailyjournal.com business is conducted by an Individual. (650)573-5269
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The registrants commenced to transact Names of the persons abandoning the
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salEs - Telemarketing and Inside Sales use of the Fictitious Business Name: Jo- condition asking only $99 (650)520-4650
Representative needed to sell newspa-
/s/Randy Chen/ regional Water Quality control board sue Blanco. Name of Business: 5 Stars
This statement was filed with the Asses- public notice
per print and web advertising and event sor-County Clerk on 12/13/18. (Publish- Auto Body Repair. Date of original filing: room hEatEr Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
marketing solutions. To apply, please call ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, proposed response plan and Jan. 20, 2017. Address of Principal Place vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
650-344-5200 and send resume to 1/11/18, 1/18/18, 1/25/18, 2/1/18). development for 1548 maple street, of Business: 1175 Shasta Street, RED- (650)952-3500
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nyvale, CA 94087. The business was Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
The Water Board is seeking public comment on the conducted by an Individual. (650)342-8436.
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City California. The Response Plan proposes to County on 1/26/18. message.
remove all contaminated soil. Removed soil will (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
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296 Appliances 304 Furniture 308 Tools 312 Pets & Animals 340 Camera & Photo Equip. Garage Sales
VACUUM CLEANER (reconditioned) COMPUTER SWIVEL CHAIR. Padded VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from OMEGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
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dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best 345 Medical Equipment List your upcoming
dINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- 309 Office Equipment offer. (650)245-4084
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ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or
(650)302-2456 chine. $30. 650-888-9314.
PET CARRIER for small dog or cat in ex-
cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349-
moving sale,
WHIRLPOOL-WASHER COIN Operated
dRESSER 4-dRAWER in Belmont for
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looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 IKEA dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x BOBBY HULL Hockey Game Great bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
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CHILd’S SCHWINN BICYCLE, BLUE in
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white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
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Closing FINAL dAYS! Call (650)344-5200
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298 Collectibles (808)631-1365.
COSTCO PLAY Pen with travel bag.
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GENUINE LAdIES Mink Fur Jacket, Mon-Fri 10:30-6 Sat 10-6 379 Open Houses
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A-TEAM FIGURINES Plus Jeep $20 sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 good condition $20 (650)520-7045 EVERYTHING PRICED OPEN HOUSE
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LENNOx REd Rose, Unused, hand
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
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painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, NIAGARA VIBRATING Adjustable bed LOREx 14” B&W Surveillance System OFFER REFUSED!
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MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, List your Open House
(408)656-0958 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good
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$59 call (650)218-6528 OFFICE SWIVEL Chair, good condition. LUGGAGE, REd, 21" NEW Samsonite
new instruments;
$25. (415)231-4825 Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000
NEW WITH tags Wool or cotton Men's guitars, digital pianos, Reach over 83,450
STAR WARS Action figure: Qui-Gon pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each potential home buyers &
Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10 OFFICE TYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid (650)952-3466 keyboards, drums,
Steve (650)518-6614. wood with formica wood grain top $25 band & orchestra renters a day,
(650) 787-9753 NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M PARIS HILTON purse white & silver un- from South San Francisco
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95 used, about 12" long x 9" high
Plus all rental &
299 Computers (415)260-6940 used gear, PA, lighting, to Palo Alto.
ORNATE LARGE BOOKCASE: Two $23. (650)592-2648
Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500 DJ & sound equipment, in your local newspaper.
RECORdABLE Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop- asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199. POWERTEL PHONE for hard of hearing. TUxEdO SIzE 40, black, including white
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, Like new used 1 month. $20. (650)871- shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
Vintage Studio Call (650)344-5200
(650) 578 9208 ORNATE MAHOGANY headboard with 8907 Gear, BULK DEALS
gold trim $60. (650)589-0764
SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
WILSON LEATHER Lady Jacket. Small, & FREE STUFF!
300 Toys like new. $45. (808)863-1136.
PINE dOUBLE/qUEEN head/foot board case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
with metal frame $35/obo. (650)646- $45. (650)328-6709 WILSON LEATHER, burgundy lady jack- B Street Music
A qUESTION of Scruples card game,
8530 et, Small, like new $45 (808)863-1136
245 Railroad Ave S. 440 Apartments
the game of moral dilemmas. New $25 SILK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
(650)369-2486 PORTABLE MASSAGE Table (Sierra $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
318 Sports Equipment San Mateo 2 BEdROOM apartment; everthing re-
formation. modeled/all brand new; $3100 per
dOLL HOUSE w/ furniture $50.00 new
Comfort). Very good condition. $50.
(650)871-1778.
(415)812-3400 month; month to month; clean credit a
joe (650)573-5269 SINK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, 15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds, must, 1121 Village Dr, Belmont 94002.
$15.00 (650)544-5306 Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 (650) 492-0625.
RETRO HUTCH Needs refinishing other- each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno
“GAMBINA” SCARLETT O’Hara doll. wise good condition. Top detaches from
$25. 650-888-9314. SINK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
bottom $25. (650)712-9962
$15.00 (650)544-5306 BOLLINGER YOGA Mat. 2 blocks & 470 Rooms
LARGE STUFFEd ANIMALS - $3 each strap $5 (650)888-9314
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 SEWING STORAGE cabinet, Custom SLR LENS Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
made wood perfect condition $75. Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 HIP HOUSING
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Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- SLR LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid San Mateo County
6309 SOFABEd, VELOUR, tan, Excellent Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 $1200 asking $800 Call Michael (650)348-6660
condition. $75. (808)631-1365. (650)784-1061.
STAR WARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader TRAIN-COLOR PRINT by John Hugh
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sion great piece great condition black
$80 (650)364-5263 UNIdEN HARLEY Davidson Gas Tank
met $25 obo (650)591-6842 515 Office Space
302 Antiques phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 EASTON ALUMINUM bat.33 inches, 30
SOLId WOOd Entertainment Center- oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 -VIRTUAL OFFICES-
MAHOGANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk, TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In WATER STORAGE TANK, brand new,
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elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o (650)771-6324 $90.00 (650)341-8342
(925)482-5742 *Business Internet *Phone Answering
GOLF CLUBS, used set with Cart for *Conference Rooms *Offices
SIx dECORATIVE Sterling Silver tea-
spoons. Over 100yrs $8 each (650)207- TABLE 24"x48" folding legs each end.
311 Musical Instruments $50. (650)593-4490 *Complete IT Services * Mail
4162 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner MEN'S ROSSIGNOL Skis. $95.00, (650) 373-2000
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, good condition, (650)341-0282. Bay Area Executive Offices
303 Electronics TWIN BEd, mattress, box spring, frame (650)278-5776. www.bayareaoffices.com
$ 50. (650)598-9804. MEN’S SKI Boots, Salomon, Size 9, very
ANTARES dOLLARS Bill Changer ma- good condition. $70. (650) 591-2981.
chines never used for small bus. $95 USEd BEdROOM Furniture, FREE. Call dRUM SET-PEARL Export: Black, Full
(650)573-7381. “OLd” FISHING Tackle box with 30+
(650)992-4544. Kit, Light Use, $425 Call Paul (650)218-
6706. lures $60 (650)207-4162 620 Automobiles
BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/Cd Radio and Re- WALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple
lines. Breaks down for transportation. EPIPHONE LES Paul 100th ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond CHEVROLET ‘86 ASTROVAN, 63K
ceiver with Detachable Face asking miles, $3800 (650)481-5296
$100. (650)593-4490 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469 (650)771-6324.
KINdLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 PRINCE TENNIS 2 section nylon black BMW ‘07 X-5, One Owner, Excel. Condi-
incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758 ExCELLENT VIOLIN, previously owned, tion Sports package 3rd row seats re-
first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket-
MOTOROLA BRAVO MB 520 (android WARdROBE CLOSET with beveled $55.(650)341-8342 duced $18,995 obo Call (650)520-4650
door mirror $100 or B/Offer. (650)589- sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD (415)751-2416
card Belmont (650)595-8855 0764
PROGRAMMABLE ELIPTICAL Exer-
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$80. (650)421-5469
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 WOOd-GRAIN LAMINATE Kitchen table TOTAL GYM XLS, excellent condition.
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VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 $130.00 (650)421-5469
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304 Furniture 306 Housewares FOR SALE: tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons
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2 WALNUT 3-drawer nitestands. Tops COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint.
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(650)342-5630 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
ANTIqUE dINING table for six people HUGE LUdWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle
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CRYSTAL (LEAdEd glass) lamp $30. Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $4,300 $30 (650)592-2047.
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ANTIqUE MOHAGANY Bookcase. Four
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. WOMEN’S RAICHEL ski boots, size 6 ?
308 Tools PIANO, UPRIGHT, in excellent condi- $ 50. (650)888-5808 .
ARMCHAIR GOOd condition $55. tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
(650)266-3184 ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available YAMAHA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron UPRIGHT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi- (650)458-3255
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(650) 315-2319 “BREAK-dOWN” PORTO-POWER En-
gine crane. Excellent condition but sold
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or: floral design. good condition “as is” $99 (650)347-7949 Jr. strumming $50 (650)369-2486 CHAIN SAW, 16“ ,Craftsmen ,electric,
$45.00. (650)266-3184 $55. (650)888-5808
CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" YAMAHA ACOUSTIC Guitar, model
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
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Please call (650)745-6309
SHOPSMITH MARK V 50th Anniversary zILJIAN CYMBALS with stands, 21”
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. ride, 18” crash. Paistie 18” crash - $99 NIKON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
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combined nearly $1 million in child care Greenwood also recognized the populari- officials the merits of her company’s pro-

CAR WASH
Continued from page 1
and school fees, plus more. An outdoor fit-
ness park will be constructed near the BART
station, available to the public, comprised
ty of the car wash standing to be displaced
by the development, and while officials
cannot commit to ameliorating those con-
posal.
“We look forward to working with city
staff and the community to develop this
of seven fitness stations which would be cerns, he did acknowledge the facility’s gateway project that benefits the city of
accessible from Centennial Way trail. standing with residents. South San Francisco and its residents,” said
outdoor recreational area along adjacent to Greenwood lauded the project design, as “We know people need a place to wash Breeze, in a prepared statement.
Centennial Way, according to the docu- well as the developer’s willingness to offer their car, and there may be a solution in In other business at the meeting, plan-
ments. amenities and community benefits standing another part of the city,” he said. ning commissioners are slated to discuss
Parking is proposed to be built under- to build a strong sense of place at the high- SummerHill Homes expressed a willing- allowing greater development density in
ground, offering 212 spaces, plus bike stor- ly-visible corner. ness to allow the car wash to stay in opera- the area closest to the city’s downtown
age and electric vehicle charging stations. “It’s a fantastic approach to the site which tion until construction begins. Greenwood Caltrain station. The proposal would push
To reduce reliance on cars, the developer is links it to the Centennial Way trail. It has a said he is uncertain when building may density limits in projects offering substan-
offering $100 in introductory Clipper cards strong architectural presence which anchors start, as the project’s progress hinges on tial community benefits from 120 units per
to residents, plus a $35 subsidy over three the corner, with pedestrian-oriented retail ultimate approval from the City Council. He square foot to 180 units per square foot.
months to use carpool or bike sharing serv- and a very generous patio which will acti- said he expects the proposal to reach a final
ices. vate the corner in a big way,” he said. vote at the end of February. The South San Francisco Planning
The builder also expressed a willingness He said ideally the project will catalyze Elaine Breeze, vice president of develop- Commission meets 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1
to pay $1.83 million in park acquisition building in and around the area, ripe for ment at SummerHill Homes, said she antici- in the Municipal Serv ices Building, 33
and construction fees to the city, plus a development near the transit station. pates the opportunity to discuss with city Arroy o Driv e.

possible,” she said. “Penalties are important so it’s not just a tipped employees and the wage disparity

WAGES
Continued from page 1
The proposed ordinance will apply to all
businesses within Redwood City and all
employees working two or more hours with-
slap on the wrist,” said Laurel Fish, an
organizer with Local 2, which represents
hotel and restaurant workers. Fish is in
with kitchen staff.
In San Mateo County, the cities of San
Mateo and Belmont have adopted local min-
favor of increasing the minimum wage to imum wage ordinances, while Daly City and
in city limits. The council is also currently
$15 by 2019, in part to make enforcement Brisbane are currently considering one.
Manager Alex Khojikian, who facilitated against exemptions for youth or tipped
simpler, she said. A draft of the Redwood City minimum
the meeting, said there could be a third employees.
According to Khojikian, the city conduct- wage ordinance will go to the Finance and
option for implementing the ordinance by Another feature of the proposed ordinance ed more than 250 one-on-one business vis-
the time the council votes on it in March. Audit subcommittee early March, before the
— complaint-driven enforcement — trig- its, 12 business stakeholder group meet- council is slated to vote on it March 26.
Masur, who introduced the measure, said gered spirited discussion at the meeting. ings and one community meeting.
the most significant detail yet to be deter- Some worried employers may punish them Restaurant owners, whose business is “I feel confident last time I talked to fel-
mined is how it will be phased in. On this for filing complaints as well as the effec- known for slim profit margins, have the low councilmembers, everyone was inter-
detail, Masur sees an argument for both tiveness of enforcement, called for employ- most concerns. While Khojikian said the ested in supporting it,” Masur said.
sides. ee whistleblower protections. Khojikian business community has shown support for
“I understand employers need time to tran- said some businesses have recommended a establishing a local minimum wage, some Email localminimumwage@redwoodci-
sition and adjust their budgets, but workers warning for first-time offenders of the ordi- restaurant owners have expressed concerns ty.org with suggestions on the proposed
also need money in their pockets as soon as nance and a fine for subsequent violations. about the phasing of the minimum wage, ordinance.
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