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Electrification funds in peril
Federal Transit Administration delays $647 million Caltrain decision
By Samantha Weigel to come through by March 1 to keep ernization. With design work already
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF the project on track. underway, Caltrain now faces potential
After years of reviewing the project scheduling delays and increased costs
New leadership in Washington, during the Obama administration, in a that could derail a project touted to
D.C., dealt a powerful and destabiliz- brief letter the FTA said it now needs have environmental and congestion-
ing blow to the backbone of Silicon more time and deferred a decision at relief benefits.
Valley’s public transit system Friday. least until Trump develops his budget The FTA’s announcement comes just
The Federal Transit Administration proposal. three weeks after Trump’s new
announced it’s delaying a decision on Failing to receive federal support for Secretary of Transportation Elaine
whether to award $647 million to help the nearly $2 billion overhaul could COURTESY OF CALTRAIN
electrify Caltrain — funding that needs “kill” Caltrain’s long-planned mod- See RAIL, Page 18 An artist’s rendering of the electrified Caltrain.

TOURNAMENT GETS DOWN AND DIRTY Jury issues first-ever
human trafficking
conviction in county
Man found guilty of crimes
stemming from Burlingame
By Anna Schuessler old victim arrived at the Mills-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Peninsula Medical Center in
Burlingame with bruising to her
In San Mateo County’s first-ever eyes, arms and shoulder. When
human trafficking conviction police were called to the hospital,
handed down by a jury, a Berkeley she said Graves was her boyfriend
man was found guilty of coercing a and pimp, according to prosecu-
minor into prostitution Friday, tors.
according to prosecutors. Wagstaffe said he was pleased
After less than a day of delibera- with the jury’s determination,
tions, a jury found 27-year-old which acknowledged that human
Matthew Graves guilty of human trafficking does in fact take place
trafficking, pimping, pandering in San Mateo County.
and dissuasion of a witness, said “We’re fighting the scourge of
San Mateo County District modern-day slavery. This is an
Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. example of it. Society is reacting
BY NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
South City’s Gabrielle Natividad, left, gets tangled up with Half Moon Bay’s Addison Walling as they both chased Graves’ conviction stems from
December 2015 when a 16-year- See GRAVES, Page 23
after a loose ball during their semifinal game at the PAL Tournament Friday. The Warriors beat the Cougars in
overtime in the first of four PAL Tournament semifinal games at Hillsdale. SEE STORY PAGE 11

Educators examine
Expressing emotion through music future of homework
Hawaiian ukulele artist to perform at the Fox Theatre Sunday Panel addresses perks of adopting new
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF approach better serving modern students
By Austin Walsh Hillsborough to discuss the shift-
Jake Shimabukuro was just 4 DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ing expectations for a student’s
years old when the Hawaii native’s learning once they leave their
mother placed a ukulele in his Education officials along the campus.
hands and sparked a now 36-year Peninsula are reconsidering their The event hosted by Anthony
career that is sustained by human approach to assigning homework Ranii, superintendent of the
connections with family, fans and and the new preferred model seem- Hillsborough City Elementary
other musicians. ingly values quality ahead of quan- School District, collected the per-
“Music is all about connecting, tity. spective of those influenced by
and expressing the range of human A panel of local educators con- research showing the traditional,
emotion,” he said. vened Wednesday, Feb. 15, at one-size-fits-all approach to
KAYOKO YAMAMOTO
Jake Shimabukuro performs live in 2016. See JAKE, Page 31 Crocker Middle School in
See HOMEWORK, Page 4
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Thought for the Day
“Nothing great in the world has
been accomplished without passion.”
— Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, German philosopher

This Day in History
The space shuttle prototype

1977 Enterprise, sitting atop a Boeing 747,
went on its debut “flight” above
Edwards Air Force Base in California.
In 1 5 4 6 , Martin Luther, leader of the Protestant Reformation
in Germany, died in Eisleben.
In 1 8 6 1 , Jefferson Davis was sworn in as provisional presi-
dent of the Confederate States of America in Montgomery,
Alabama.
In 1 9 1 3 , Mexican President Francisco I. Madero and Vice
President Jose Maria Pino Suarez were arrested during a mili-
tary coup (both were shot to death on Feb. 22).
In 1 9 3 0 , photographic evidence of Pluto (now designated a
“dwarf planet”) was discovered by Clyde W. Tombaugh at
Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona.
In 1 9 4 3 , Madame Chiang Kai-shek, wife of the Chinese
leader, addressed members of the Senate and then the House,
becoming the first Chinese national to address both houses of
the U.S. Congress.
In 1 9 5 3 , “Bwana Devil,” the movie that heralded the 3D fad
of the 1950s, had its New York opening.
In 1 9 6 0 , the 8th Winter Olympic Games were formally
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opened in Squaw Valley, California, by Vice President Richard
M. Nixon.
A model presents a creation at the Central St. Martin’s catwalk show during London Fashion Week.
In 1 9 6 7 , American theoretical physicist J. Robert
designing and making clothes from the 16th century. In Italy, street
Oppenheimer died in Princeton, New Jersey, at age 62.
his mother, in her small tailor shop. painters are called “madonnari” after
In 1 9 7 0 , the “Chicago Seven” defendants were found not
*** their historical practice of creating
guilty of conspiring to incite riots at the 1968 Democratic
Italian-born Hector Boiardi (1898- chalk paintings of the Madonna.
national convention; five were convicted of violating the
Anti-Riot Act of 1968 (those convictions were later reversed). 1985) opened a restaurant in Cleveland ***
In 1 9 8 4 , Italy and the Vatican signed an accord under which in 1924. His spaghetti sauce was so
Roman Catholicism ceased to be the state religion of Italy. popular, he sold it in milk bottles for The Italian word biscotti means twice
In 1 9 9 7 , astronauts on the space shuttle Discovery complet- his customers to take home. That was baked. The Italian cookies are baked
ed their tuneup of the Hubble Space Telescope after 33 hours of the beginning of his career as Chef twice, once after the dough is mixed
spacewalking; the Hubble was then released using the shut- Boyardee (after changing the spelling and again after the cookies are sliced.
tle’s crane. of his name). When he died in 1985, That’s how they get so crunchy.
Chef Boyardee products brought in ***
Venetian law from 1562 decrees $500 million a year.
Birthdays that all gondolas must be paint-
A *** Born
in
Sofia
Rome,
Villani
Sophia
ed black. The only exceptions Pasta is an Italian word meaning the cover of “Life” magazine four
are gondolas belonging to high public dough.
***
Scicolone in 1934
Loren has been on

times, in 1961, 1964 and twice in
officials. 1966.
*** The size of a regulation bocce ball is
The Venetian hotel and casino opened 4.25 inches in diameter. ***
in Las Vegas in 1999. The cost to build *** Sophia Loren won a Best Actress Oscar
the 3,000-room themed resort, com- The Leaning Tower of Pisa was built on at the age of 26 for her role in the 1961
plete with a lagoon and gondola rides, unstable soil, which is why it leans war-time drama “Two Women.” It was
was $1.8 billion. 14.5 feet to the south. the first Oscar ever awarded to a woman
*** ***
Singer Yoko Ono is Game show host Rapper Dr. Dre is Do you know which country is the The Mona Lisa, by Italian artist in a foreign-language film.
84. Vanna White is 60. 52. smallest in the world? See answer at Leonardo da Vinci, has been restored ***
Former Sen. John Warner, R-Va., is 90. Author Toni end. many times. X-rays of the painting Ans wer: At 0.2 square miles, Vatican
Morrison is 86. Movie director Milos Forman is 85. Singer- *** show that there are three versions of City is the smallest country in the
songwriter Bobby Hart is 78. Singer Irma Thomas is 76. Tuscany is the oldest wine-producing the Mona Lisa under the present one. world. In 1929, the Italian gov ern-
Singer Herman Santiago (Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers) is region in Italy. Chianti comes from *** ment established Vatican City as a
76. Actress Jess Walton is 71. Singer Dennis DeYoung is 70. the Chianti region of Tuscany. The Mona Lisa is the most valuable sov ereign state, gov erned by the
Actress Sinead Cusack is 69. Actress Cybill Shepherd is 67. *** object ever insured. The painting is on pope. The Swiss Guard is the official
Singer Juice Newton is 65. Singer Randy Crawford is 65. Rock Michelangelo’s David is the most fre- display at the Louvre Museum in Paris. guard of the Vatican and the pope.
musician Robbie Bachman is 64. Rock musician Larry Rust quently reproduced statue in the world. ***
(Iron Butterfly) is 64. Actor John Travolta is 63. Actor John The original David is located in When it ’s noon in Italy, it ’s 3 a.m. in
Pankow is 62. Actress Jayne Atkinson is 58. Actress Greta Florence, Italy. Los Angeles, 6 a.m. in New York, 11
Scacchi is 57. Actor Matt Dillon is 53. Rock musician Tommy *** a.m. in London and 9 p.m. in Sidney. Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
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Mildred ‘Millie’ Featherstone Obituaries
A resident of San Mateo, Mildred “Millie”
Featherstone was born on Feb. 11, 1923, son-in-law, Alana and
and died Feb. 11, 2017. Mike Devine, her
She was born and raised beloved grandson,
in the Boston, Eaden, her mom, Lee
Massachusetts, area Lucas, of San Carlos, her
where she met her hus- brother and sister-in-law,
band, Walter. They loved Doug Lucas and Cathy
Pierzina, and their daugh-
to dance.
ters Anna and Cate Lucas
She and her husband, of Eau Claire,
Walter were active in the Wisconsin. She is further survived by her
sailing community. They Auntie Mia di Carlo, Aunt Junell Gill and
had their boat “Blue Lou” at Coyote Point Uncle George Lucas, as well as many
for many years. Avid golfer, she golfed three cousins and dear friends from faith and
or four days a week both on the East and recovery communities. Lana celebrated 40
West coasts. years of sobriety in May 2016.
She traveled to Australia and had several Her memorial service will be held on
trips to Hawaii.  She loved her 49ers, Giants March 4. For further details please contact
and Warriors, and went with a neighborhood Alana Devine: alanadevineart@gmail.com.
group to a couple of 49er Super Bowl games.
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Police reports Vandal i s m. Graffiti was found on the wall
of a school on Avenue del Ora before 1:49
p.m. Monday, Feb. 6.
Di s turbance. A man was threatening an
Why’re you doing that? employee at a business on Broadway before
A man was trying to insert a long wire 11:41 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6.
into a vehicle’s door on Mission Road
in South San Francisco before 7:34 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
a.m. Sunday, Feb. 5.
Theft. A vehicle was stolen at Jailhouse
Deli on Airport Boulevard before 9:20 p.m.
REDWOOD CITY Saturday, Feb. 4.
Di s t urb an c e . A man was threatening Parki ng v i o l ati o n. A vehicle was parked
someone on Broadway before 3:21 p.m. in a no parking zone on Second Lane before
Tuesday, Feb. 7. 6:11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4.
Theft. A white Chevrolet utility truck was Di s t urb an c e . A man who had been
stolen on Middlefield Road before 7:21 a.m. shoplifting hit the store owner when con-
Tuesday, Feb. 7. fronted at Grocery Outlet on Hickey
Reckl es s dri v i ng . A driver was swerving Boulevard before 4:23 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
and running a red light near Veterans 4.
Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue before Di s turbance. A man in a gray vehicle cut
11:32 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6. another driver off and threatened violence at
Theft. A bicycle was stolen on Middlefield Costco on El Camino Real before 3:22 p.m.
Road before 6:05 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6. Saturday, Feb. 4.
Theft. A vehicle was stolen on Broadway Theft. A vehicle was stolen on Cymbidium
before 4:29 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6. Circle before 12:26 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4.
Vandal i s m. A man discovered most of his Parki ng v i o l ati o n. A gray Toyota was
windows were broken on El Camino Real blocking a driveway and parked in a red zone
before 3:34 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6. near Cypress and California avenues before
Di s turbance. A man was attacked by some- 8:28 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 4.
one who left in a white vehicle on Walnut Vandal i s m. Acid was poured on a car and
Street before 2:34 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6. its tire was slashed on Sonora Avenue before
6:52 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 4.

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resource for districts interested in revising Most of the educators agreed policies ing skills students need to succeed in a mod-
HOMEWORK their homework policy, after issuing
research showing most elementary students
gain little or nothing from doing home-
encouraging specialized lesson plans
designed to engage a student’s passion away
from the classroom are preferred to sending
ern learning environment.
Some panelists noted while moving away
Continued from page 1 from the homework model that served previ-
work. them home with rote assignments. ous generations, they have faced backlash
Yet despite the wealth of studies fortify- Schafer said educators should seek out from parents who fear the shift represents a
homework offers little benefit. ing her work, Dunlap said it is common for materials and lessons crafted to help stu- reduced commitment to academic rigor.
Maggie MacIsaac, superintendent of the some students across the nation to spend dents understand that “work is not just
Burlingame Elementary School District, Officials though emphasized the change
between three and four hours a night doing drudgery and something to fear. Kids have to should be seen as a commitment to assuring
served as a panelist and said her district’s work after school. be hungry to want to learn.”
performance improved after authorizing an each student is offered lessons designed to
amended homework policy. Considering the variety of extracurricular While studies show students between fit their best interest, rather than assuming
“Our test scores are higher than they have activities in which many local students kindergarten and fifth-grade should not be everyone in a class learns at the same pace
ever been and we are assigning less home- engage, MacIsaac said Burlingame officials assigned busy work after class, there are through the same assignments.
work, ” said MacIsaac to a crowd of favored trimming homework time to assure still tremendous benefits to honing a young Baker also noted much of the most recent
Hillsborough parents and school officials. young learners are granted a chance to spend learner’s desire and appreciation for reading curriculum emphasizes the value of team-
She was joined on the panel by evening hours with the family. on their own. work and learning through working on proj-
Burlingame High School Principal Paul Allowing adequate time for young people Also, as students begin to move through ects, which are not ideal to assign as home-
Belzer; Nueva Middle School Head Liza to step away from homework in favor of the middle grades and into high school, work.
Reynal; John Schafer, Menlo School upper getting enough sleep is an added bonus of time spent on homework daily should Three years since approving an amended
school director; Craig Baker, San Carlos reducing homework as well, said Dunlap. increase to better prepare them for college homework policy, MacIsaac said beyond
Elementary School District superintendent; Baker, whose district also recently and eventually a career, according to the improved performance on the most
Lori Musso, Curriculum and Instruction approved an amended homework policy, research. recent round of standardized test scores, she
Services administrator with the San Mateo said the shift was brought under an attempt The discussion was hosted as said there is qualitative proof showing the
County Office of Education; and Margaret to grant students, teachers and parents Hillsborough City Elementary School decision is paying dividends.
Dunlap, Challenge Success school program greater autonomy in crafting lessons better District officials are examining potentially “There is the general feel that children are
director. designed to resonate with a student’s inter- overhauling homework policy to better not as stressed out,” she said. “And quite
Dunlap’s organization has been a leading est. align with a mission statement emphasiz- frankly, neither are the parents.”

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Suspect sought Local briefs
in connection with copulation, rape of an unconscious
armed robbery of Safeway victim, false imprisonment with
Police are asking for help identi- violence and robbery, police said.
fying a suspect in an armed robbery The Menlo Park Police
Wednesday night at a Safeway store Investigations Unit was made aware
in Pacifica. of the rape and robbery on Tuesday,
At 9:40 p.m. officers went to the police said.
Linda Mar shopping center because The victim is an adult woman, and
the robbery had just occurred. investigators were able to identify
Police said the suspect, who the suspect with her statements and
appeared to be wearing a mask that through further investigation,
covered his or her whole face, police said.
entered the room where the safe is Williams was booked into the
and took out a gun. San Mateo County Jail without
The suspect took an undetermined incident.
amount of money and left the store
in the direction of Highway 1.
REUTERS The suspect appeared to be a man. Regulators probe dumping
Rocks are hauled to the Lake Oroville Dam. Surveillance video shows the per- of debris from deadly fire
son wearing glasses, a gray or tan

California slowing release of shirt and black pants. OAKLAND — The top air quality
Police Capt. Chris Clements said regulator in the San Francisco Bay
officers are still finding out how the Area is investigating Friday why
suspect got into the room where the charred debris from an Oakland

water from Oroville dam lake safe is.
Anyone with more information is
asked to call the Police Department
warehouse fire that killed 36 people
was dumped along the shoreline.
Air quality enforcement director
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS downstream from the dam. Dam’s power plant and will allow
at (650) 738-7314. Anonymous Wayne Kino said the material
The amount being released was for it eventually to be restarted, should not have been dumped in an
officials have said. tips can be made by calling (650)
OROVILLE — California offi- reduced to 80,000 cubic feet of 359-4444 or online at open field owned by the city, the
cials further slowed the release of water per second late Thursday, The level of the reservoir has http://www.cityofpacifica.org/dept East Bay Times reported.
water Friday from a lake behind and further reduced on Friday. By been reduced by 40 feet to accom- s/police. “There has to be some reporting
the nation’s tallest dam so crews Saturday, dam managers expect to modate inflow from upcoming requirements, (but) at this point, we
can remove debris from the bot- be releasing 60,000 cubic feet per storms. Rain fell in the area don’t have any notifications from
tom of the structure’s damaged second, said Bill Croyle, acting Friday, with more storms forecast Man arrested in connection that site,” Kino said.
director of the Department of for early next week. The building could have had
spillway.
Water Resources.
with rape and robbery asbestos in the ceiling material,
Officials had been releasing “We have generated a large vol-
ume of flood storage space, to the Police in Menlo Park on glue in the flooring, adhesives that
100, 000 cubic feet of water, or With less water careening down Thursday arrested a man in connec- use asbestos, or grout in the tiling,
enough to fill an Olympic-size the crippled spillway, construc- extent we can take on a very large
storm,” Croyle said. tion with a rape and robbery that Kino said. They will not know the
s wi mmi n g p o o l , each s eco n d tion crews can move in to remove occurred in December. exact nature of the materials until
fro m t h e l ak e s i n ce Sun day, debris that is causing water to Two trails near the damaged Cedric Mark Williams, 56, of the investigation is over.
wh en t h e s h eri ff o rdered an pool at the base of the dam. spillway remained closed, but the Menlo Park, was arrested on suspi- If environmental violations are
immediate evacuation for towns Clearing debris protects Oroville lake’s boat ramps were open. cion of rape by force, forced oral found, the city would be required to



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Around the nation
Cities ask federal judge
Trump leaps back into campaign
to keep Trump travel ban on hold
NEW YORK — Municipalities including New York, Los
Angeles, Chicago, Minneapolis and Skokie, Illinois, urged
mode, attacks media once again
By Catherine Lucey
a federal judge on Friday to continue blocking aspects of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
New York City’s chief lawyer, Zachary Carter, filed papers
in federal court on behalf of nearly three dozen cities. The NORTH CHARLESTON, S. C. —
arguments were submitted days before a judge will decide Hoping to shift attention from his
troubled White House, President
whether to extend an order that was issued the day after
Donald Trump hit the road Friday to
Trump signed the Jan. 27 executive order.
deliver a pep talk to American workers
Carter and senior counsel Susan Greenberg said in the fil- and the rest of the nation, resurrecting
ing that the ban against people from seven predominantly the jobs promises that powered his
Muslim countries damages the economies and cultures of election victory and pledging in a
the cities and harms efforts to keep cities safe, including campaign-style rally to “unleash the
against terrorists. “It stranded students, separated families, power of the American spirit.”
disrupted travel and commerce, spread fear among our resi- But he was only a few hours away
dents and visitors, and projected a message of intolerance from the turmoil he has stirred in
and distrust toward members of our communities,” they Washington when he swerved from
wrote of the little more than a day that the ban was in effect. that positive message to escalate his
They said “xenophobia and religious discrimination” are complaints about news coverage of his
particularly harmful to cities that rely on tolerance and young administration.
inclusiveness, such as New York City, where a population “The FAKENEWS media ... is not my
of more than 8 million exceeds that of 40 states, with 3 mil- REUTERS
enemy, it is the enemy of the American
lion residents born abroad. The city has an estimated People!” he exclaimed on Twitter, sin-
Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up as he speaks at the debut of the Boeing South
27,000 people born in the seven countries identified in the gling out The New York Times and TV Carolina Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner in North Charleston, S.C.
executive order, the papers said. networks. His latest outburst came a First” message from his campaign. The president, who owns an airplane
day after he forcefully defended his Trump is expected to stick to the but now travels exclusively on gov-
administration in a marathon White theme Saturday when he holds a big ernment aircraft, praised the Boeing
House news conference, brushing aside rally in central Florida, a change of jetliner as “an amazing piece of art.”
the tumult, infighting among senior scenery that marks an effort to galva- He noted that it’s made of carbon fiber,
staff and setbacks in courts and nize a month-old White House that has seats 330 passengers, is 18 feet longer
Congress. been buffeted by crisis and paralyzed than the previous model and can fly for
He took a more upbeat tack in South by dysfunction. half a day before landing.
Carolina. The new president toured a 787-10 “The name says it all. Dreamliner,
“We love our workers and we are still under construction and, before great name,” Trump said. “Our country
g o i n g t o p ro t ect o ur wo rk ers , ” leaving, sat in the pilot’s seat of a is all about making dreams come true.”
Trump declared at a Boeing plant completed airplane painted in con- “As your president I’m going to do
where the company showed off its trasting shades of blue that formed the everything I can to unleash the power
new 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft. “We backdrop for his remarks. Some 5,000 of the American spirit and to put our
are going to fight for jobs. We are employees and others inside a hangar great people back to work,” he said.
going to fight for our families, ” he greeted him with chants of “USA, “This is our mantra: Buy American and
said in a reprise of the “America USA.” hire American.”

DHS weighed National Guard for immigration roundups
By Garance Burke Trump’s aggressive immigration poli- spokesman Sean Spicer said there was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cy. “no effort at all to utilize the National
If implemented, the National Guard Guard to round up unauthorized immi-
The White House distanced itself idea, contained in an 11-page memo grants.” A DHS official described the
Friday from a Department of obtained by the Associated Press, document as a very early draft that was
Homeland Security draft proposal to could have led to enforcement action not seriously considered and never
use the National Guard to round up against millions of immigrants living brought to Homeland Security
unauthorized immigrants, but lawmak- nowhere near the Mexican border. Secretary John Kelly for approval.
ers said the document offers insight Four states that border on Mexico were However, DHS staffers said Thursday
into the Trump administration’s inter- included in the proposal — that they had been told by colleagues
nal efforts to enact its promised crack- California, Arizona, New Mexico and in two DHS departments that the pro-
down on illegal immigration. Texas — but it also encompassed posal was still being considered as
Administration officials said the seven states contiguous to those four recently as Feb. 10. DHS spokes-
proposal, which called for mobilizing — Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, woman Gillian Christensen declined
up to 100,000 troops in 11 states, was Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. to say who wrote the memo, how long
rejected, and would not be part of Despite the AP’s public release of it had been under consideration or
plans to carry out President Donald the document, White House when it had been rejected.
THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Weekend • Feb. 18-19, 2017 7
President’s exchange
with black journalist
sparks new outrage
By Errin Haines Whack
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Many African-Americans are expressing outrage over a
testy exchange between President Donald Trump and a vet-
eran black journalist, with many considering the incident
to be the latest indication of his inability to relate to them.
Already skeptical of Trump, many blacks said they were
exasperated by the fact that, during his news conference on
Thursday, the new president asked April Ryan, longtime
White House correspondent for American Urban Radio
Networks, to help broker a meeting for him with black law-
makers.
“Will you meet with the Congressional Black Caucus?”
Ryan asked. Trump responded: “I would. You want to set up
the meeting? Are they friends of yours?”
The exchange set off a firestorm on social media as many
black people balked at Trump’s suggestion of an assumed
REUTERS
relationship between Ryan and CBC members because they
Director of Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt is sworn in by Justice Samuel Alito as his wife Marilyn holds a bible are of the same race.
during ceremony at the Executive Office.
Susan Rice, U.N. ambassador under the Obama adminis-

Pruitt OK’d as EPA chief over
tration, tweeted an article about the incident and called
Trump’s remarks “notably offensive.”
“I’m also really pleased he didn’t ask her to sweep and
mop in the room where the press conference was being
held,” Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri, a former CBC

environmentalists’ objections
By Michael Biesecker Pruitt’s supporters cheered his con- sil fuels crossed party lines to support
chairman, quipped during an MSNBC interview on Friday.
Adding to the ire: It was the second time in less than 30
days — and during Black History Month — that Trump said
something that came across as indifferent toward black peo-
ple. The president was ridiculed Feb. 1 for praising aboli-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS firmation, hailing the 48-year-old Trump’s pick, Sens. Joe Manchin of tionist Frederick Douglass, who died in 1895, as someone
Republican lawyer as the ideal pick to West Virginia and Heidi Heitkamp of “who’s done an amazing job and is being recognized more
WASHINGTON — Over the strong roll back environmental regulations North Dakota. and more.”
objections of environmental groups, they say are a drag on the nation’s During his Senate confirmation After Thursday’s news conference, the CBC tweeted a
the Senate confirmed Scott Pruitt to economy. hearing last month, Pruitt said he dis- copy of a letter, dated Jan. 19 and addressed to Trump,
lead the Environmental Protection “EPA has made life hard for families agreed with Trump’s past statements requesting a meeting. The caucus said although it got no
Agency on Friday, giving President all across America,” said Sen. John that global warming is a hoax. response to that letter, Trump did reach out Thursday and
Donald Trump an eager partner to ful- Barrasso, R-Wyo., chairman of the However, Pruitt has previously that plans for a meeting are now in the works.
fill his campaign pledge to increase Senate Environment and Public Works expressed doubt about scientific evi- The White House declined to comment on Friday about
the use of planet-warming fossil fuels. Committee. “The agency has issued dence showing that the planet is heat- Trump’s exchange with Ryan.
Pruitt was sworn in later Friday by punishing regulations that caused ing up and that humans are to blame. Trump used the moment to pander to his supporters, said
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito. many hardworking Americans to lose Pruitt’s nomination was vigorously Lehigh University professor James Peterson, and the irony
In six years as Oklahoma’s attorney their jobs. Mr. Pruitt will bring much opposed by environmental groups and is that the point of Ryan’s question — Trump’s plan for
general, Pruitt filed 14 lawsuits chal- needed change.” hundreds of current and former EPA urban communities — got lost.
lenging EPA regulations that included The vote was 52-46 as Republican employees, who fear he will preside “His histrionics ... obscured what was a very significant
limits on carbon emissions from coal- leaders used their party’s narrow over massive budget and staff cuts. question in the first place,” Peterson said.
fired power plants. He also sued over Senate majority to push Pruitt’s con- “The biologists, scientists, lab Trump’s comments came while the White House was in
the EPA’s recent expansion of water firmation despite calls from top technicians, engineers and other civil the midst of making overtures to black constituencies. The
bodies regulated under the Clean Water Democrats to delay the vote until servants who work at the EPA must be same day that Trump sparred with reporters, Vice President
Act, a federal measure opposed by requested emails are released next able to do their jobs without political Mike Pence joined with South Carolina Republican Sen.
industries that would be forced to clean week. interference or fear of retribution,” Tim Scott, one of three blacks in the Senate, for a White
up polluted wastewater. Sen. Susan Collins of Maine was the said J. David Cox Sr., president of the House “listening session” with black small business own-
Pruitt submitted his resignation as lone Republican vote against Pruitt. American Federation of Government ers and community leaders. And the president is also expect-
attorney general to Oklahoma Gov. Two Democrats from states with Employees, a labor union representing ed to issue an executive order soon on support for histori-
Mary Fallin on Friday. economies heavily dependent on fos- more than 9,000 EPA employees. cally black colleges and universities.

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Pence arrives in Germany for meetings with world leaders
By Ken Thomas Vladimir Putin and whether the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS new president may promote isola-
tionist tendencies.
MUNICH — Making his debut The dismissal of Trump’s
on the world stage, Vice President national security adviser, retired
Mike Pence is looking to reassure Gen. Michael Flynn, has also put
skeptical allies in Europe about Pence and his stature within the
U.S. foreign policy under President administration under new scrutiny.
Donald Trump, who has made his Flynn was forced to resign
“America First” mantra a center- Monday following reports he mis-
piece of his new administration. led Pence about contacts with a
Pence arrived Friday in Russian diplomat, which the vice
Germany, his first overseas trip as president learned about through
vice president, on a mission to media accounts.
ease concerns about the U.S. com- Landing on a cold, rainy
mitment to multinational institu- evening, Pence was greeted by
tions like NATO and the European about two dozen members of the
Union. The visit, which will Bavarian Honor Guard and local
include a stop in Brussels on dignitaries at Munich’s airport.
Sunday and Monday, comes amid On Saturday, he will deliver a
worries in Europe about Russian speech at the Munich Security
aggression, and amid lingering Conference and then meet with
REUTERS questions about Trump’s relation- German Chancellor Angela
Mike Pence arrives in Munich, Germany. ship with Russian President Merkel.

One state or two? Mixed messages from U.S. on Mideast peace plans
By Josh Ledereman precedent by backing away from make such a deal possible. leaders and diplomats becomes tor- position had been rather clear. The
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. insistence on a “two-state To be sure, it’s somewhat a matter tuously parsed by partisans on all last three presidents had advocated
solution,” his envoy to the United of semantics. The White House has sides. the emergence of an independent,
WASHINGTON — President Nations, Ambassador Nikki Haley, argued there’s no daylight between “All these phrases are loaded, and sovereign Palestinian country in
Donald Trump and his envoys are said “we absolutely support a two- what Trump said before his meeting they’re going to take on a life of most of the territory that Israel
sending mixed messages about state solution.” As Haley addressed this week with Prime Minister their own,” said David Makovsky seized in the 1967 Mideast War.
their support for an independent reporters at the U.N., Trump’s nom- Benjamin Netanyahu and what oth- of the Washington Institute for Land swaps agreed to by both sides
Palestinian state, confusing a world inee for ambassador to Israel, David ers in his administration have Near East Policy. “It was not a good would allow some Jewish settle-
that has traditionally looked to Friedman, was telling the Senate he declared. way to begin, because it’s going to ments built in east Jerusalem or the
America for leadership on one of “would be delighted” with such an But this is the Middle East, where distract everyone from the job at West Bank to become part of Israel.
the Mideast’s most intractable con- agreement, while expressing skep- seemingly innocuous comments hand, which is to end the current The existence of a recognized
flicts. ticism that Palestinians were pre- can be explosive and every word impasse and engage the parties.” nation of Palestine would mean the
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Report: Islamic State group’s
‘business model’ near collapse
By Lori Hinnant center at King’s College London. “That
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS also means it has a lot more expenses. It
needs to fix roads. It needs to pay teachers.
The Islamic State group is hemorrhaging It needs to run health services. It needs to
money with every piece of territory it pay for these things that al-Qaida never had
loses, according to a new analysis that to.”
found that the group’s “business model” is But less money may not make the group
on the path to failure. less dangerous, the report said.
The analysis released Saturday by the “We know from the attacks in Paris and
International Centre for the Study of Brussels and Berlin that none of them was
Radicalisation and Political Violence and expensive,” Neumann said.
the accounting firm EY found that the self- Most of the recent attacks in Europe and
proclaimed caliphate’s financial resources the U.S. were self-financed by the people
have been drained substantially since the that carried them out, with little input or
days beginning in mid-2014 when it cap- money from the IS leadership in the war
tured banks, oil wells and entire warehouses zone of Syria and Iraq.
of weapons as it amassed land. Among the top sources of revenue for the
The report found that Islamic State rev- Islamic State group were taxes and fees, oil,
enue has declined from up to $1.9 billion in ransoms, and looting or other extortion.
REUTERS 2014 to at most $870 million in 2016. All of those, Neumann said, required newly
Men comfort each other as they attend the funeral of a relative who was killed in a suicide blast “One of the mistakes that’s been made in captured territory to be sustainable and to
at the tomb of Sufi saint Syed Usman Marwandi, also known as the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar the past when we were talking about Islamic keep the group’s promise of a caliphate.
shrine, in Sehwan Sharif, Pakistan. State was talking about it purely as a terror- A federal lawsuit filed in December was a
prime example of Islamic State’s revenues

Analysts, officials say IS
ist organization. It is a terrorist organiza-
tion but it is more than that. It holds terri- from a combination of seized land, taxes
tory,” said Peter Neumann, director of the and extortion.

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Stocks inch to new records;
S&P up four straight weeks
By Stan Choe
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
of the gains they made earlier in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the week. The yield on the 10-year
High: 20,624.05 Treasury note fell to 2.42 percent
NEW YORK — Stock indexes Low: 20,532.61 from 2.45 percent late Thursday.
inched ahead to record highs Close: 20,624.05 The two-year yield dipped to 1.19
Friday, barely, after a late-after- Change: +4.28 percent from 1.21 percent, and the
noon push erased losses from ear- 30-year Treasury yield sank to
lier in the day. It caps the fourth OTHER INDEXES 3.02 percent from 3.05 percent.
straight week of gains for the S&P 500: 2351.16 +3.94 In European stock markets, the
Standard & Poor’s 500 index, its NYSE Index: 11,510.91 +6.71 French CAC 40 index fell 0.7 per-
longest such streak since July. Nasdaq: 5838.58 +23.68 cent, Germany’s DAX was virtual-
Reports through the week NYSE MKT: 2467.95 -2.29 ly flat and the U.K. FTSE 100 rose
showed that the economy is 0. 3 percent. In Asia, Japan’s
Russell 2000: 1399.86 +0.73
improving and corporate profits Nikkei 225 index fell 0.6 percent,
Wilshire 5000: 24,571.56 +36.13 the Hang Seng in Hong Kong fell
are growing more quickly than
analysts expected. The encourag- 10-Yr Bond: 2.42 -0.03 0. 3 percent and South Korea’s
ing data, along with hopes for Oil (per barrel): 53.75 0.00 Kospi index slipped 0.1 percent.
lower taxes and other business- Gold : 1,235.60 -6.00 The dollar fell to 112. 93
friendly policies from Japanese yen from 113.11 yen
Washington, pushed the S&P 500 late Thursday. The euro fell to
comparison to the strong run they tations for upcoming volatility in surged $5.96, or 14 percent, to
to a 1.5 percent rise last week, its $1.0607 from $1.0677, and the
had been on. That slowdown was the S&P 500, and for gold, a tradi- $48.53.
best weekly performance since the British pound fell to $1. 2416
more a result of investors looking tional landing spot when Campbell Soup had the biggest
first week of January. from $1.2497.
to cash in some profits than on investors are nervous. drop in the S&P 500 after the com-
The S&P 500 rose 3.94 points any fear or need to get out of the Kraft Heinz surged to the pany surprised analysts by report- Benchmark U.S. crude oil rose 4
Friday, or 0. 2 percent, to market, said JJ Kinahan, chief biggest gain in the S&P 500 after ing weaker revenue in its latest cents to settle at $53.40 a barrel.
2,351.16. The Dow Jones indus- market strategist at TD it made an offer to buy European quarter than a year earlier. Its earn- Brent crude, the international
trial average edged up by 4.28 Ameritrade. consumer goods giant Unilever. ings were better than Wall Street standard, fell 16 cents to close at
points, less than 0.1 percent, to “People don’t want unnecessary Unilever rejected the bid, which had forecast, however. Shares fell $55.81 a barrel. Natural gas fell 2
20,624.05 and also set a record. risk heading into a three-day offered 18 percent more than $4.07, or 6.5 percent, to $58.48. cents to $2.83 per 1,000 cubic
The Nasdaq rose 23.68, or 0.4 per- weekend,” he said. “This is more where Unilever’s shares closed on General Mills fell $2.31, or 3.8 feet, wholesale gasoline fell near-
cent, to 5,838.58, its own all- about taking off risk than about Thursday, and called it too low. percent, to $59.23 after it warned ly 1 cent to $1.52 per gallon and
time high. aggressive selling.” Kraft Heinz, which is behind the of tougher times ahead. It said heating oil rose a fraction of a
Slightly more stocks fell than U. S. markets will be closed Lunchables and Oscar Mayer weaker-than-expected U.S. sales penny to $1.64 per gallon.
rose on the New York Stock Monday for Presidents Day. brands, jumped $9.37, or 10.7 of yogurt and soup pushed it to cut Gold fell $2. 50 to settle at
Exchange. Kinahan pointed to relative percent, to $96.65. U.S.-listed its sales and profit forecast for its $1,239.10 per ounce, silver fell 4
The last two days have been calmness in the markets for the shares of Unilever, which sells fiscal year, which ends in May. cents to $18.03 per ounce and
lackluster for stocks, with the VIX index, which measures expec- Breyers ice cream and Dove soap, Treasury yields gave back some copper fell 1 cent to $2.71 per
S&P 500 dipping on Thursday, in pound.

Customers avoid new Wells Business briefs
Fargo accounts after sales scandal
NEW YORK — Customers are still turning
opened up to 2 million bank and credit card
accounts without customer authorization.
Mortgage service firm OKs
$225M California settlement
their backs on Wells Fargo after a scandal
over sales practices, with the bank saying Kraft still hungry for
Friday the number of new checking accounts
people opened was down 31 percent in Unilever after rejected offer
January from a year earlier. NEW YORK — Kraft Heinz is attempting By Don Thompson were not immediately returned.
Applications for credit cards were even to buy Unilever in a $143 billion deal that THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wilbur Ross, President Donald Trump’s
worse, dropping 47 percent. Branch would join the U.S. maker of cheeses and choice to head the U.S. Commerce
bankers had 14 percent fewer interactions lunch meats with the European producer of SACRAMENTO — A mortgage services Department, served on the board of Ocwen’s
with customers. Wells Fargo has been mayo, teas and seasonings in a global pow- company signed a $225 million settlement parent company, Ocwen Financial Corp., in
releasing monthly reports on these figures erhouse. with California regulators on Friday to set- 2013-14. The billionaire investor sold sub-
since the outcry over its sales practices as a Unilever rejected the approach and called tle allegations it overcharged active-duty prime mortgage specialist Homeward
sort of “report card” on how the bank has the price too low, while Kraft Heinz says it’s military members, was late in providing Residential to Ocwen in 2012 amid investiga-
been dealing with the scandal. still interested in a deal. The shares of both key information for some civilian borrow- tions into his company’s business practices.
Wells’ customers still think less of the companies surged to new highs as investors ers seeking to modify their loans and vio- Ocwen previously settled a lawsuit with
bank since the scandal became public as saw prospects for cost cutting. lated other laws. the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection
well. Its “customer loyalty” scores, a metric A combination of Kraft Heintz, which Florida-based Ocwen Loan Servicing Bureau and attorneys general in 49 states,
Wells Fargo considered important enough to sells Oscar Mayer meats, Jell-O pudding and agreed to pay $20 million to reimburse bor- including California, over alleged miscon-
highlight each quarter, continues to be down Velveeta cheese, and Unilever, which owns rowers and make $198 million in loan mod- duct by Ocwen and by Homeward during the
several percentage points compared to brands including Hellmann’s, Lipton and ifications over three years that will lower time it was under Ross’s control. The Senate
before the scandal. Knorr, would rival Nestle as the world’s costs for thousands of California borrowers. is expected to vote on his nomination dur-
There are signs of stabilization, though. biggest packaged food maker by sales. The settlement with the California ing the week of Feb. 27.
While checking and credit cards applica- That might not lead to big changes that Department of Business Oversight covers Ocwen previously paid about $2 million
tions and traffic were all down from a year customers would notice on the supermarket January 2012 through mid-2015, when to more than 3,100 California borrowers
earlier, they were up or stable compared to shelves. But it’s people’s changing tastes, Ocwen says it serviced more than 531,000 because of what California regulators said
December. shifting away from boxed and canned gro- California loans. Under the terms, Ocwen was a practice of sending time-sensitive let-
The San Francisco-based bank has been ceries in favor of items that seem fresher or may begin handling new California mort- ters to borrowers after the date on the letter.
under fire since it was discovered that, in healthier, that are driving deal-making in gages. The settlement “will hold Ocwen The tardy letters sometimes made it diffi-
order to meet lofty sales goals, employees the food industry. accountable for widespread violations of cult for the borrowers to modify their loans,
laws that harmed borrowers in our state,” said regulators, who also found the compa-
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Warriors top Cougars in OT
By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

They say one of the hardest things to do in
basketball is beat a league rival three times
in one season.
The South City girls’ basketball team can
now vouch for that adage. Facing Half Moon
Bay for the third time this year, which fin-
ished second behind the Warriors in the
Peninsula Athletic League North Division,
South City scratched and clawed its way to
52-42 overtime victory over the Cougars in
a semifinal game of the PAL Tournament at
Hillsdale Friday afternoon.
“We knew going in, beating a team three
times is really difficult because everything
we do, they know how to stop,” said South
City coach Paul Carion. “They (the Cougars)
played a bit faster than the two previous
games we played, and it caught us off guard.”
Both Carion and Half Moon Bay coach
Antonio Velasco both believed the Cougars
played better, but at the end of the day, a
third straight loss by Half Moon Bay proved
who the better team was.
“We played better (than South City), but
they’re the better team than we are,” Velasco
said. “Every time we had a chance, we didn’t
take advantage. And every time they had a
chance, they did take advantage. We could
have closed it out twice before overtime.” TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Neither team led by more than a few points Sequoia’s Zach Bene launches a 3-pointer
the entire way. South City led 11-8 after the during the Cherokees’ 53-33 win over Half
first quarter, but Half Moon Bay came back Moon Bay in the PAL Tournament semis.
to tie at 21 by halftime. The Warriors built a
31-26 lead after three, the largest lead of the
game for either team, but the Cougars got a
pair of free throws from Ally Longaker with
20 seconds left in regulation to force the
game into the extra session.
Cherokees
The overtime period turned into a free-
throw shooting contest. The teams com-
bined to score just two field goals, but the
Warriors iced the game by connecting on 11
of 16 from the line, while the Cougars were
maul HMB
By Terry Bernal
just 2 for 3. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
And of course it was South City’s Brittney
Cedeno who sealed the deal. She struggled Bring on Round 3 of Sequoia vs. Menlo-
with her shot all game long and in the sec- Atherton.
ond half, especially, the Cougars doubled- The Sequoia Cherokees opened a big lead
and tripled-team the dynamic guard. Cedeno from the start of the Peninsula Athletic
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
South City’s Neveah Miller drives past Half Moon Bay’s Siobhan Calhoun during the Warriors’ League boys’ basketball tournament semifi-
See GIRLS, Page 15 52-42 overtime win in the semifinals of the PAL Tournament. nal against the Half Moon Bay Cougars to
surge into the championship game with a
53-33 victory.
Rollins eager to prove himself to Giants Sequoia guard N’Jai LeBlanc Jr. opened
with a pair of quick 3-pointers as the
Cherokees opened on a 12-2 run. Then, the
By Janie McCauley thing with no pop of That was three days after his third daughter,
color.” Brie — “like the cheese,” he notes — was purple-and-black’s bigs gave a near flaw-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Rollins was with the born. Back home in the Bay Area, Rollins’ less defensive performance in the post to
White Sox last season. parents are hoping he makes the team so they keep HMB from penetrating throughout.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Post-practice, “We win games when we play good
That after a one-season get more regular time with his girls. Camryn
Jimmy Rollins relaxed at his locker and added defense,” Sequoia head coach Fine Lauese
stint in Dodger Blue and is 4 1/2 and Logan 2 1/2, while the baby is
some orange shoelaces to his cleats, sharing said. “That’s what we’ve been preaching all
bright red for 15 years now 8 months.
with locker mate and San Francisco center year. [Thursday] night, the first half was no
with the Phillies. “It’s good to be in a place that they wanted
fielder Denard Span how much he appreciates defense. [Friday], good defense.”
The 2007 NL MVP me for a few years now, and I’ve known that,”
a pop of color in his baseball gear again. The Thursday performance Fine Lauese
Jimmy Rollins agreed to a minor league Rollins said. “I’ve been under contract with
Now the veteran infielder just needs to land deal in December to join a the exception of last year. The opportunity to was referring to was an 85-61 win over
a long-term job with the Giants out of spring club that has liked him for years. Last season, play was more pressing at that time, so I went Westmoor in the tourney opener. Of
training. Rollins joined Chicago with the hopes of with what appeared to be the better opportu- Westmoor’s 61 points, however, 46 came
“Last year was the first time I wore black,” landing an everyday job and did so. He made nity to play, not necessarily the better team. in the first half. The Cherokees have been
Rollins said, smiling. “I wore red, Dodger the roster as starting shortstop but was desig- The way it happened last year not playing a in shutdown mode ever since.
Blue. This has got that vibrant orange so it’s nated for assignment last June.
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M-A holds off scrappy Oceana squad
By Nathan Mollat her. Friday, she was much more aggressive
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF in looking for her shot.
“She shot the ball extremely well,”
For three quarters, the Oceana girls’ bas- Coleman said of McLanahan. “After the sec-
ketball team went toe-to-toe with Peninsula ond possession, I could tell they (the
Athletic League South Division champ Sharks) were going to pack in the key (to try
Menlo-Atherton in the semifinals of the and negate Hoyem). I called Carly over and
PAL Tournament. told her she needs to make her shots.”
The Sharks actually outscored the Bears Point guard Ilana Baer also got into a
32-23 in the second half. shooting groove, finishing with 10 points,
But that one quarter, the second, proved to as did forward Ofa Sili. Erica Fischer came off
be the difference in M-A’s 64-50 win over the bench to score seven and Megan Sparrow
the Sharks at Hillsdale Friday night. M-A added six for the Bears.
outscored Oceana 18-6 to lead 40-18 at half- “When you have a well-rounded team, it’s
time, after leading 22-12 after one. important to have players who can score,”
But as well as the Bears shot the ball in the Coleman said. “A lot of teams will scout us
first half, they weren’t as hot in the second. and think that we just pound the ball inside
On top of that, Oceana came out and played to Greer. But whoever is open, whoever the
much better over the final 16 minutes than defense is giving the shot to, takes it.”
they did the opening two quarters. McLanahan had four of her 3s in the first
In the end, M-A, which went undefeated in quarter as the Bears drained five from down-
PAL South play, was too much for the Sharks town in the opening eight minutes. Up 11-8
to handle. following a 3 from Oceana’s Ariana Margate,
“We had a pretty good first half,” said M-A McLanahan ignited an 11-3 run to end the
coach Markisha Coleman. “The second half quarter, nailing a pair of 3s sandwiched
seemed like a totally different game. We were around a Sparrow trey. A Fischer jumper with
horrible on defense (in the second half).” 30 seconds left in the quarter gave the Bears
The Bears, the two-time defending tourna- a 22-12 lead after one.
ment champions, will take on South City in “I tell the girls, we have 12 players on the
the finals at 6 p.m. Saturday at Hillsdale. roster for a reason,” Coleman said. “Fischer
Much like the Bears, the Warriors won the plays really well defensively and offensive-
PAL North title without dropping a game. ly tonight, she was knocking down shots.”
They beat Half Moon Bay 52-42 in overtime M-A all but put the game away in the sec-
in the first semifinal game Friday. ond period. Fischer knocked down M-A’s
It’s easier to accept poor defense when a sixth 3 of the half to open the second and
team has built a 20-point lead, but Coleman after Oceana’s Sala Langi scored, the Bears
and the Bears are looking for bigger things went on a 7-0 run, keyed by a turnaround
and she doesn’t want to see her team take a jumper and a putback by Hoyem. A
step backward now. McLanahan 3 capped the run, giving the
There wasn’t much to complain about in Bears a 32-14 lead with 4:34 left in the sec-
the first two quarters, if you were an M-A fan. ond quarter.
The Bears were hot from the outside almost A bucket off a drive by Oceana’s Keri La
from the outset and it helped offset an off briefly stopped M-A’s surge, but the Bears
night from center Greer Hoyem. responded with a 8-2 run to end the quarter,
Hoyem has spent most of the season car- including McLanahan’s sixth 3-pointer of
rying the Bears offensively. Friday night, the half, to lead 40-18 at halftime.
however, she just seemed a touch out of In the second half, the Sharks were a little
sync. She did finish with 13 points, but she TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL more aggressive in attacking the rim and
could never find much of a rhythm offensive- M-A’s Greer Hoyem, left, and Carly McLanahan, right, trap Oceana’s Sala Langi during the Bears’ they had success off the dribble. Langi
ly. 64-50 win in the PAL Tournament semifinals Friday night at Hillsdale. proved to be a matchup nightmare for the
“I think she was posting up well, but the Bears, with her post size and guard skills.
shot just weren’t falling,” Coleman said. ous trouble for them. But not when Carly with six in the half for 18 points. She didn’t She finished with 18 points. La and Margate
“That frustrated her and then she started try- McLanahan is raining down 3-pointers. score in the second half, but the damage was each added 12 points apiece.
ing to do too much.” McLanahan set the tone early by knocking done. “Oceana was a little more aggressive than
If not for the fact the Bears are a well- down a 3 less than a minute into the game. There have been times this season when I thought,” Coleman said. “I don’t think we
rounded team, it could have meant more seri- She would go on to nail five more to finish McLanahan waited for the game to come to matched their effort in that second half.”

Sports brief gram divisions.
The U.S. wrestling team reached the final
Iran defeats U.S. at matches after defeating Russia, Georgia and
Azerbaijan in group A of the competition.
freestyle wrestling world cup Iran defeated Turkey, India and Mongolia in
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s wrestling team group B over two days to reach the final.
Friday defeated the United States wrestling Following their win, hundreds of
team to secure the gold medal at the Kermanshah residents poured into the streets,
Freestyle World Cup. with drivers honking their cars horns, to cel-
During the final matches, Iranian ebrate the victory, Iranian media reported.
wrestlers sealed a 5-3 victory against their Iranian President Hassan Rouhani also
American guests in the western Iranian city issued a statement to offer his congratula-
of Kermanshah. State TV broadcast the tions, the official IRNA news agency report-
matches live. ed.
The Iranians won at the 57, 61, 65, 70 and During the competitions, Iranian specta-
125 kilogram divisions, while the tors warmly welcomed the American
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M-A averts upset vs. Jeff in PAL semifinals
By Terry Bernal PAL tournament championship from senior Kenneth Lealao to tie it
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF game to take on PAL South rival at 50-50.
Sequoia. Tipoff is scheduled for It was the last points Jefferson
If Menlo-Atherton insists on 7:45 p.m. at Hillsdale High School. would score on the night though.
going down the different-hero- Jefferson put a scare into the PAL The Bears were on point from the
every-night road in the postseason, South champs though, going on a field, shooting an even 50 percent
it will all trace back to the perform- tear in the second quarter by (22 of 44) in the game and finished
ance of sophomore Will Beasley in outscoring the Bears 20-10. After on a five-point run. It was Beasley,
the Peninsula Athletic League boys’ M-A led 15-10 after the opening again, who came up clutch as M-A
basketball tournament. period, the Grizzlies went on a 10-2 missed two shots in a half-court set.
After trailing Jefferson for most run sparked by the up-tempo play Junior forward Logan Faberowski
of the second half Friday at and precision distribution of junior came up with an offensive board but
Hillsdale High School, M-A got a guard Daniel Benjamin, whose pace his hurried shot clanked off iron.
major boost from its bench in the got Jefferson looks from the out- But Beasley swooped in and con-
person of Beasley. The sophomore side in the person of senior guard verted the put-back to give the
played limited minutes in the sec- Mark Petalver and on the inside Bears a 52-50 edge with 48 seconds
ond and third quarters, but in the from junior center Rodney to play.
fourth he was central to the Bears Lawrence. “Will Beasley, he really helped us
taking their first lead of the half en Petalver was clutch from beyond down the stretch,” Norton said.
route to a 55-50 victory. the arc, hitting three 3-pointers “Our shots weren’t falling but he’s a
With M-A — the No. 1 seed from throughout en route to scoring a big factor on our team. We’re not
the PAL South — trailing 45-42, game-high 17 points. Lawrence really big but he gets up on every-
Beasley drilled a short-range added 12 points and a game-high thing.”
jumper to close the deficit to 1. eight rebounds. Jefferson went on to commit
Then, as Jefferson — the No. 2 seed But Jefferson’s momentum three turnovers on its final three
from the PAL North — attempted to towards an improbable upset turned possessions, each leading to a sin-
advance the ball up court, Beasley with 2:46 remaining in regulation gle free throw by the Bears. M-A
produced a takeaway and kicked a when Benjamin fouled out after guard Jhavante Hill was a force in
pass over to two-time PAL South being charged with his fifth on a the final quarter, forcing two of the
Division Most Valuable Player Eric borderline offensive charge. turnovers. He also finished with six
Norton for a 10-foot jumper to give “It is a big loss,” Grizzlies head rebounds, including three offensive
the Bears their first lead of the half coach John Falabella said. boards in the fourth quarter.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
with 2:30 to go in regulation. “However, the guys responded. He “Jhavante, he’s a pest on
ended up tying the game. We’re
M-A’s Eric Norton, right, shoots over Jefferson’s Rodney Lawrence during the defense,” Norton said. “He can cre-
“That’s the thing we talk about is
great with or without Daniel
Bears’ 55-50 win in the PAL Tournament semis. ate turnovers. He tells everybody
strength in numbers,” M-A head
coach Mike Molieri said. “And as Benjamin. I’d say we’re better with the process. this.” let’s go. He’s a big factor on this
the fans know, we have different him ... but I believe in my team no “Personally, I didn’t think it was M-A never again trailed in the team.”
lineups out there every night. He’s a matter who’s on the floor.” a foul,” Benjamin said. “But a call is game, pushing the lead to 48-45 M-A outrebounded Jefferson 35-
kid that, against a zone, he’s very Benjamin took an aggressive a call and worse come to worse, I when Norton finally got his shot 28 throughout. The Grizzlies com-
good because he can make that dash towards the hoop and saw his just had to count on my team to con- going. The senior totaled a team- mitted 16 turnovers, six coming in
midrange shot. That’s why we went underhand layup fall through the tinue the game. I thought they high 10 points, all in the second the fourth quarter.
with him. He’s a sophomore that’s cylinder, which would have given played their hearts out and I think I half. But after the Bears re-upped “That was the difference,” Molieri
going up very quickly.” the Grizzlies the lead back at 47-46. helped encourage them. Everything the advantage to 50-47, the said. “I thought we were a lot more
Having won eight straight, M-A But not only was the basket nulli- happens for a reason. So I know Grizzlies — who hit 3 of 4 3-point- aggressive, more assertive and we
now advances to Saturday night’s fied, Jefferson lost its best player in there is going to be a good side to ers in the fourth quarter — got a 3 did a lot better job of rebounding.”

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BOYS
well. The result was a HMB offense that could hardly set a recent memory, one in each of the past two years.
point man at the top of the half-court set, let alone get any “That’s our weakness,” Forslund said. “So the more phys-
kind of distribution into the paint. ical teams … they’re going to pressure us out here. And we
Continued from page 11 “They’re pressuring us out by half court,” HMB head coach just can’t handle it. We don’t have that same physicality.”
Rich Forslund said. “It’s pretty tough to run an offense if And that fed right into the hands of Sequoia.
that’s where you’re going to be. We don’t have a guard that “We work around the ball pressure,” Schult said. “If the
HMB was coming off its two biggest offensive games of can go anywhere … and they can’t make passes.”
the season, with an 83-28 win over Oceana in the regular- ball pressure is good enough, then it makes everybody else’s
season finale, then an 84-53 win over Aragon in Thursday’s LeBlanc scored a game-high 18 points. He was hardly a job easier.”
PAL tournament opener. In Friday’s semifinal, however, the one-man show from 3-point range, but his fast start was Sequoia’s energy spanned into the second half, but HMB
Cougars shot just 26.3 percent (10 of 38), including just 4 of contagious as four different Cherokees accounted for eight did put up a fight in the third quarter. The Cougars came out
19 from beyond the arc. 3s on the night. more disciplined to getting to the hoop, with junior forward
More importantly, the Cougars could not get past a wall of “He’s something else,” Sequoia forward Nathan Schult Ethan Menzies soldiering into traffic to draw a pair of fouls
Sequoia defenders. With the post on lockdown, the said. “We feed off N’Jai. The stuff he does is contagious for and, in turn, hit all four of his free throws in the period.
Cherokees’ guards swarmed with man-to-man tenacity as sure.” Menzies finished with a team-high 16 points and four
After Sequoia’s big start, Schult kept the pressure on by rebounds and helped close the deficit to 28-22 just two min-
opening the second quarter with a 3 amid a 13-2 Sequoia run utes into the second half. But that is as close as HMB would
that spanned the opening two periods. By halftime, much in get as LeBlanc turned up the heat with a steal for a run-away
part to HMB hitting just two field goals in the second quar- lay-in as Sequoia spat back with a 7-2 run.
ter, including whiffing on all eight 3-point attempts, the “We’re a pretty good team when everybody is on,” Coach
Cherokees opened up a 29-15 lead by the break. Lauese said. “But N’Jai definitely gets our guys going. Like
Sequoia center Ziggy Lauese was also a big first-half pres- I said, he’s done it all year.”
ence. With the Cherokees outrebounding HMB 33-22 in the LeBlanc netted two more 3s as Sequoia outscored HMB 15-
game, Ziggy Lauese notched a game-high 11 boards, includ- 5 in the fourth quarter.
ing seven in the first half. Now, Sequoia advances to Saturday’s championship game
“I feed off my team’s energy,” Ziggy Lauese said. “They to face PAL South rival M-A. The two teams split the regular-
shoot, I get to it. That’s all there is to it.” season series, with Sequoia winning at home 68-58, before
The physicality is something that fuels Ziggy Lauese, and M-A took the second game on its home court 63-52.
proved a dominant aspect against a HMB team —  despite “It’s going to be an exciting game,” Coach Lauese said. “I
winning four consecutive PAL North Division titles — has mean, both teams, right? In some ways, the basketball gods
graduated its two best post players the program has seen in are looking over and this is the only way we can do it.”

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GIRLS
Jerlene Miller scored all 13 of her points in minutes left in the first quarter. The Warriors It was more of the same in the second half.
the first half, while adding nine rebounds and finally got on the scoreboard on a 3-pointer South City scored seven of the first nine
two blocks. Neveah Miller chipped in with from Jew, which kicked off a 7-0 run, that saw points of the third quarter to take a 28-23
Continued from page 11 eight points, while Kayla Jew finished with South City take a 7-6 lead with under four min- advantage and a Valerie Avila 3-pointer with
five points, including a runner off the glass utes left in the opening period. under two minutes left in the third gave South
with just over a minute to play in regulation to A pair of Calhoun free throws gave the lead City a 31-26 lead going into the fourth quar-
had only eight points in regulation, but put the Warriors up 38-36. back to the Cougars, but South City respond- ter.
scored eight of her team’s 11 overtime points For the second game in a row, Half Moon ed by scoring the final four points of the peri-
to finish with a game-high 16 points. With the Warriors leading 33-28 following
Bay absolutely dominated the boards, out- od to lead 11-8 after one. a Neveah Miller jumper at the 6:51 mark, Half
Not that Cedeno took a lot of shots. She rebounding the Warriors 50-31, the second The Half Moon Bay offense finally got out
realized early on that the Cougars’ defensive Moon Bay ran off six unanswered points to
time in as many games the Cougars grabbed of first gear in the second quarter. Back-to- take a 34-33 lead, the Cougars’ first since the
efforts were focused on her. Once she accepted 50 or more rebounds in a game. Siobhan back buckets from Walling and Calhoun
that, she said she settled down and had a differ- 3:46 mark of the second quarter.
Calhoun and Longaker each snagged 13 regained the lead for the Cougars, 12-11. A
ent focus – get the rest of her team involved. rebounds. three-point player from Jerlene Miller gave A three-point play from Cedeno gave the
“In the beginning, I was frustrated I was “Defensively, we did (execute the way we the lead back to the Warriors, 14-12, but a Warriors 36-34 lead and the way things were
wasn’t getting my shot off,” Cedeno said. “I wanted),” Velasco said. “Today, offensively, coast-to-coast layup from Walling tied the going, it seemed like Jew’s runner off the
had to tell myself, ‘It’s not your game, it’s not we didn’t get in a good rhythm.” game at 14. The Warriors took the lead back bounce might prove to be the game winner
your game.’ I had to do that so I was settled.” Calhoun led the Cougars offensively, fin- on Cedeno’s first basket of the game, a 3- with 1:05 left, but Longaker’s free throws sent
Said Carion: “They decided not to let ishing with 12 points. Longaker added 10 and pointer, for a 17-14 lead. the game to overtime.
Cedeno beat them.” Addison Walling chipped in nine points. A jumper from Katherine Dioli with eight “I don’t think we played our best game,”
The rest of her teammates did chip in Both teams got off to slow starts, with Half seconds left, pulled the Cougars into a half- Carion said. “But to get a win over a very good
enough for South City to pull out the victory. Moon Bay taking a 6-0 lead with under five time tie at 21. team looks well for our future.”

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Ex-D’backs manager at home with A’s as coach
By Jose M. Romero like I went through at the baseball operations. Stewart and Watson he never left.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS end of the year, you know were let go at season’s end, and LaRussa’s Catcher Stephen Vogt said the A’s were
this is important to have role was diminished. happy for Hale when he got the
MESA, Ariz. — The day in early October a lot of stability when “I felt like when I was managing, I was Diamondbacks job but are glad he’s back.
when Chip Hale lost his job as manager of you go somewhere else.” given the ability to write the lineup down, I “Always encouraging. Any way he can
the Arizona Diamondbacks, he called his Hale wasn’t totally was given support, I never felt like anybody help he wants to help. He’s a worker,” Vogt
good friend Bob Melvin. Just to talk. shocked at his firing. was telling me what I had to do as a manag- said. “He knows how to read the dugout. He’s
The two go back many years in baseball After going 79-83 in his er,” Hale said. such a big part of the A’s organization. Even
— Hale was Melvin’s third base coach in first season, expecta- Hale said he enjoyed managing, wins or when he left we still had some Chip residue,
Arizona from 2007-09 and bench coach in Chip Hale tions were higher in losses. The relationships from the job are so to speak.”
Oakland from 2012-14 — and Hale considers Arizona, especially what stood out, and he would certainly like a Hale grew up in the Bay Area and during
Melvin his baseball coaching mentor. when the Diamondbacks signed ace Zack shot at another managerial job. high school often attended A’s games.
Not long after that conversation, a spot Greinke as a free agent and acquired Shelby “I’d like to try again and get an opportuni- “I’m a lifer in baseball,” Hale said. “Some
on the Oakland Athletics’ coaching staff Miller from Atlanta. But the Diamondbacks ty, but you know that it’s a tough thing to people said, ‘Take a year off.’ I could never
opened up with the departure of Ron went 69-93 and lost 48 home games. get. There’s a lot of people that are working do that. I enjoy the competition. That’s the
Washington to Atlanta. Hale had other offers “It’s definitely a punch in the gut to not hard to get an opportunity.” best thing about it.”
but accepted Melvin’s to become the A’s just you but to your family,” Hale said. “I have the experience now,” Hale said, NOTES: The A’s will start Saturday’s
third base coach. He’s now hard at work in “More than me, because I’ve been through laughing. “You can check one box.” workout earlier with the threat of rain in the
spring training working with infielders. this as a player, released, and as a coach, Hale’s persona stands out. Melvin and the forecast for the area. ... Reliever Santiago
“Decided this was the best spot for me this been fired before, but it’s hard on your fami- A’s players missed it the past couple of Casilla still has yet to report to the team
year. The history I had here, and the history ly. They don’t sign up for that, really.” years. while awaiting visa approval. ... Sonny
with Bob ... I felt really comfortable here,” Much has been made in Arizona about the “Mr. Energy,” Melvin said. “Where we are Gray, Kendall Graveman and Sean Manaea,
Hale said. “He’s the one that brought me to front office structure last season, which as an organization, it’s nice to have some Oakland’s projected top three starting pitch-
the big leagues with the Diamondbacks. included of chief baseball officer Tony La continuity and some guys that have been ers, threw bullpen sessions Friday, and
There’s no doubt that the relationship is Russa, general manager Dave Stewart and here and know how we do things. For me Melvin said he was pleased with what he saw
important. When you go through something DeJon Watson, senior vice president of there’s a comfort level but for him, it’s like from all three.

Marlins prez says multiple groups interested in team
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS temporarily. ambassadorship) together,” Samson said. “I dealer, approved increasing team payroll by
A group led by Joshua don’t view that. I believe that discussions one-third this season to about $100 mil-
JUPITER, Fla. — Multiple groups are Kushner, whose brother that we were having with Josh Kushner lion, which raised speculation he wanted a
interested in purchasing the Miami Jared Kushner is married about buying the team are over now, having competitive team to make it more appealing
Marlins, according to team president David to President Donald nothing to do with the fact that Jeffery is to potential buyers.
Samson, who confirmed owner Jeffrey Loria Trump’s daughter Ivanka, being considered and is in the process of That also buoyed on-field expectations
is being considered for nomination as U.S. led a group that had a pre- being the ambassador to France.” within the clubhouse.
ambassador to France. liminary agreement to Samson, who said Loria is considering “They want to be playing meaningful
“He is in the process right now,” Samson buy the Marlins for other offers, added that there is no MLB rule games for six months and then they want to
said before the club’s first full-squad work- David Samson about $1.6 billion. prohibiting and owner from simultaneously be there at the end,” Samson said. “They all
out on Friday. “It’s a long, complicated The Kushner family serving as an ambassador. believe that there is a window of opportuni-
process. He certainly feels honored to even released a statement Thursday that it would Loria, the former Montreal Expos owner, ty and that window of opportunity, not just
be in that process, as anyone, I think, not pursue the Marlins if Loria is nominat- bought the Marlins for $158.5 million in for a career but for a season — but for a team
would.” ed. 2002 from John Henry, now part of the — that window is open right now and they
That process, though, apparently has “There was a statement made by the Boston Red Sox ownership group. Samson want to climb through it as an organiza-
halted talks of a potential sale — at least Kushner family that sort of tied (the sale and said a “confluence of events” prompted tion.”
Loria to consider selling the team now, but
would not delve deeper into the specifics of During manager Don Mattingly’s first
Loria’s thinking. speech to the full squad on Friday, he asked
“Sometimes it just hits right and I think the players to focus on what they can con-
that’s the case here,” Samson said. trol on the field. It might be a positive that
Any sale must be approved by at least a distraction like a team sale hits the news
three-quarters of the Major League Baseball during spring training.
owners. “I guess better now than in the middle of
At the time of Loria’s purchase, the something where we had to start talking
Marlins played in the Dolphins’ stadium, about it,” Mattingly said. “But it would still
which was poorly suited to baseball. be the same message. It’s stuff we don’t con-
Marlins Park opened in 2012. trol.”
“Kids can now be Marlins fans and grow NOTE: SS Adeiny Hechavarria is expect-
into adults and still be Marlins fans, ” ed to arrive at Marlins camp on Saturday

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surprising contributions
in the playoffs last fall.
The 34-year-old Hill,
who has familiarity with
With Invisalign we can straighten your tee eth in about
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transparent like you, we’ll give you a shot at least.’ I’m years with the Arizona
like, ‘Shoot, I’m there, what numbers are Diamondbacks, spent last
barely visible, so your friends and family often don’t know available.”’ season between
He got No. 7, the one he wore last year. His Aaron Hill
you’re wearing them. In addition, you can remove your Milwaukee and Boston.
longtime No. 11 was Carl Hubbell’s and is He batted .262 with 10 home runs, 14 doubles
trays when you eat or need to give a presentation. retired and “I figured the little brother to No. and 38 RBIs in 125 games. Hill spent the pre-
11 is 7.” vious five seasons with the D-backs.
Third baseman Eduardo Nunez is thrilled to “It’s great to have this kind of depth and tal-
have someone like Rollins in camp to push ent with the veterans that we have,” Bochy
the rest of the infielders and offer his veteran said following his team’s first full-squad
insight — and a fun personality to boot. workout. “We’ll let it play out.”
“I love it,” said Nunez, limited by a ham- For Rollins, there are still memories of los-
string injury down the stretch and in a four- ing to San Francisco in the 2010 NL
game NL Division Series defeat to the Cubs. Championship Series as the Giants went on
“That’s great. The competition is fun and to capture their first championship since
that’s what makes you better.” moving West in 1958.
The Giants made things more interesting in “A clubhouse that took a ring from me. Like
the competition for infield positions by KD, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em,” he said,
adding another versatile infielder to the mix referencing Warriors star Kevin Durant’s deci-
Friday. Aaron Hill agreed to a minor league sion to leave Oklahoma City and join the
contract and would earn a $2 million, one- Golden State group that beat him in last
year deal if he is added to the 40-man roster. year’s Western Conference Finals.
Hill joins a growing list of veteran infield- No tes : RF Hunter Pence is going through
ers in the mix to try to land a job out of spring all baseball activities except for hitting after
training, along with Rollins and Korean Jae- he injured a side muscle during a workout in
gyun Hwang. Manager Bruce Bochy reiterated Houston before arriving in the desert. “He’s
that Nunez is the starting third baseman with real close,” Bochy said.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Weekend • Feb. 18-19, 2017 17

Westbrook, Durant All-Star SATURDAY
WHAT’S ON TAP
Girls’ basketball
PAL championship game
Menlo-Atherton vs. South City at Hillsdale, 6 p.m.

reunion off to awkward start
By Brett Martel
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ion week? You
been paying
West team, and
Westbrook shot
He added: “Stuff you guys may
think is important, I don’t really
Boys’ basketball
PAL championship game
Menlo-Atherton vs. Sequoia at Hillsdale, 7:45 p.m.

Wrestling
PAL championships
attention to back: think is important at all, so when I At Menlo-Atherton, 9 a.m.
NEW ORLEANS — Russell fashion week?” “What’s your look at it that way, it’s pretty easy
Westbrook and Kevin Durant had We s t b r o o k favorite fashion to me.” NHL GLANCE
plenty to say at their first All-Star responded to a brand? What you Ultimately, which five players
EASTERN CONFERENCE
appearance. question about like?” are on the court at any given time Atlantic Division
Just not about one another. Durant. “Man. For his part, will be up to West coach Steve Kerr GP W L OT Pts GF GA
There’s a lot of Durant was curt, . Montreal 58 31 19 8 70 165 150
Reunited on the Western Ottawa 55 30 19 6 66 148 146
Conference All-Star team, the for- Russell g reat -l o o k i n g Kevin Durant or vague or So far, Kerr has been coy about Boston 58 29 23 6 64 157 155
mer Oklahoma City Thunder team- things at fash- sometimes criti- how he’ll handle his rotations. Toronto 56 26 19 11 63 174 167
Westbrook Florida 56 26 20 10 62 144 159
mates — until Durant left for Golden ion week, man. cal of the media for obsessing over Of course, the coach used to work Buffalo 58 25 23 10 60 143 161
State last summer — will have to I’m looking forward to new collec- things that aren’t important, not to in TV, so he knows as well as any- Tampa Bay 56 25 24 7 57 154 160
Detroit 57 22 25 10 54 141 171
practice together on Saturday and tions. It’s been good, man.” him anyway. one how to maintain intrigue.
play together on Sunday. Two questions later came this gem Durant used a total of five words “The only thing I want is for our Metropolitan Division
from Westbrook: to respond to his first question players to enjoy the weekend,” Kerr Washington 56 39 11 6 84 192 121
If either of them expects it to be Pittsburgh 57 36 13 8 80 202 160
awkward — particularly after the “Man, you see the new public about the opportunity to play with said. “It’s a hectic weekend for all of Columbus 57 37 15 5 79 184 139
way they jawed at one another in a school clothing? Crazy, dog. They Westbrook again: them. It’s a great honor to be here. I N.Y. Rangers 57 37 19 1 75 194 151
N.Y. Islanders56 26 20 10 62 166 167
recent regular season game — they got like the new Jordan hoodie. ... “I’m excited to be here.” want everybody to be comfortable Philadelphia 58 27 24 7 61 151 177
weren’t discussing it on Friday. It’s crazy man. A lot of new, great Later, Durant said more directly, and happy. This should be an enjoy- New Jersey 57 24 23 10 58 131 162
things at fashion week I’ve seen, “I don’t want to talk about it.” able time. So I don’t want anybody Carolina 54 24 22 8 56 141 158
Westbrook smirked and respond-
ed to questions about any potential man. At other times, Durant became to feel uncomfortable. WESTERN CONFERENCE
awkward interaction with Durant “What other designers? Gucci? philosophical, minimizing the sig- “I’m just going to try to create a Central Division
Minnesota 57 38 13 6 82 190 131
and or the other Warriors with The new Gucci stuff is dope. Good nificance of contract talks, trades or very comfortable environment for Chicago 57 35 17 5 75 166 147
thoughts on New York City’s stuff, man.” when stars change teams. the players and hope that everyone St. Louis 58 31 22 5 67 167 168
Nashville 56 27 21 8 62 158 151
Fashion Week. Later came another, more general “It’s not real-life problems,” just relaxes and enjoys themselves Winnipeg 60 26 29 5 57 174 191
“Man, you know what? Fashion question about playing with four Durant said, so he prefers to “just — and I’m pretty confident that Dallas 59 22 27 10 54 161 190
members of Golden State on the block it out.” they will.” Colorado 56 16 38 2 34 111 187
week has been great. You seen fash-
Pacific Division
Sharks 58 34 18 6 74 161 141
Edmonton 58 31 19 8 70 168 151

Stanford rallies to beat Cal
Anaheim 59 30 19 10 70 153 151
Calgary 58 29 26 3 61 152 165
Los Angeles 56 28 24 4 60 141 141
Vancouver 58 25 27 6 56 138 168
Arizona 56 20 29 7 47 136 177

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS transition and our offense came from wanted to get things going early, try strengthen their position in the Pac- Friday’s Games
Columbus 2, Pittsburgh 1, OT
there. Our defense was phenomenal to get to the free-throw line. A lot of 12 standings. Colorado 2, Carolina 1, OT
STANFORD — On a night when in the second half, especially late.” my offense came from there As it is, coach Cuonzo Martin’s Florida 4, Anaheim 1
Saturday’s Games
was equally effective shooting from Marcus Allen added 11 points for tonight.” team could drop into a tie for fourth St. Louis at Buffalo, 10 a.m.
the perimeter as he was from the the Cardinal, who overcame an early After California closed within 62- depending on the outcome of USC’s Winnipeg at Montreal, 11 a.m.
Washington at Detroit, 11 a.m.
free-throw line, Stanford’s Dorian 12-point deficit to beat their cross- 56 on Grant Mullins’ 3-pointer with game against No. 6 UCLA on N.Y. Islanders at New Jersey, 4 p.m.
Pickens had no desire to talk about bay rivals for the 21st time in the 4:54 remaining, Allen made two free Saturday. Edmonton at Chicago, 4 p.m.
Ottawa at Toronto, 4 p.m.
his offense. last 24 meetings between the two throws and Pickens scored on a “I just thought we were careless San Jose at Arizona, 5 p.m.
It was the way the Cardinal played teams at Maples Pavilion. jumper from the free-throw line as with the ball,” Martin said. “It con- Tampa Bay at Dallas, 5 p.m.
Nashville at Minnesota, 5 p.m.
defense that gave Pickens the most Stanford (13-13, 5-9 Pac-12) won he was falling backward onto the cerns me because we lost the game Calgary at Vancouver, 7 p.m.
satisfaction, especially considering for only the second time in seven court. and we had 20 turnovers and we did- Florida at Los Angeles, 7 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
the opponent. games and split the season series Jabari Bird scored 23 points and n’t play well. You can’t have 20 Washington at N.Y. Rangers, 9:30 a.m.
Pickens scored 23 points, Reid with California. set a career-high with seven 3s for turnovers, especially against a team Detroit at Pittsburgh, noon
Winnipeg at Ottawa, 2 p.m.
Travis had 19 with nine rebounds Pickens had nine points, includ- the Golden Bears (18-8, 9-5). Ivan that’s not pressing you.” Nashville at Columbus, 3 p.m.
and Stanford held on to beat ing a pair of 3-pointers, as part of a Rabb added 16 points and 13 Chicago at Buffalo, 3 p.m.
New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders, 3 p.m.
California 73-68 on Friday night. 20-5 run in the second half when the rebounds after being slowed by foul
trouble in the first half.
Up next Toronto at Carolina, 4 p.m.
“Once we started picking it up Cardinal pulled away. He finished 5 Tampa Bay at Colorado, 5 p.m.
defensively is when we started really of 9 from the floor and made 10 of 11 California’s loss was costly. The Cal : Returns to Haas Pavilion and Boston at San Jose, 5:30 p.m.
Los Angeles at Anaheim, 6 p.m.
making a push and making a run,” free throws. Bears failed to complete their first hosts No. 7 Oregon on Feb. 22. Philadelphia at Vancouver, 7 p.m.
Pickens said. “Once we started get- “I just wanted to be aggressive, season sweep of the Cardinal since Stanfo rd: Hosts Oregon State at Monday’s Games
Florida at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
ting stops we were able to get out in inside and out,” Pickens said. “I 2009-10 and missed a chance to Maples Pavilion on Feb. 22. Anaheim at Arizona, 6 p.m.

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detrimental. California Republicans — including House Caltrain project,” Murphy said. “This is an
“This was the final decision needed to Majority Leader U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy issue about whether the federal government
move forward with a project that will trans- and U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham, who is chair of is going to invest in infrastructure improve-
form the way we experience transportation the House rail subcommittee — seized an ments in the way it has in the past.”
Continued from page 1 on the Peninsula, benefit tens of thousands opportunity to weigh in. In late January, After awarding design-build contracts last
of Bay Area commuters and create jobs for they sent a letter to Secretary Chao urging year, Caltrain has until March 1 to issue a
Chao took over, and shortly after almost 10,000 people across the country. It what they described as support for high- “full-notice to proceed” to its contractors
Republican leaders asked for the delay cit- will be unfortunate if the only thing stand- speed rail be delayed until a more thorough before the agreed upon price could expire. In
ing concerns about California’s controver- ing in the way of moving forward with review. the last few years alone, the project costs
sial high-speed rail project. those benefits is a signature from the A spokesperson for McCarthy did not have already ballooned nearly $500 million
Caltrain supporters were aghast by administration,” Murphy said. “We’re not return requests for comment Friday. and the contracts were a way to lock in a
Friday’s announcement that could signifi- sure if this project, in the state of readiness Eshoo, along with dozens of other price.
cantly stunt what they say is a vital, shov- that it’s in today, can survive an unknown California lawmakers, sent Chao a response The goal was to bring electric trains to
el-ready infrastructure improvement that period of delay.” letter emphasizing the funds were for riders by late 2020, but immediately follow-
will create jobs in the Bay Area and across In a brief letter to Caltrain, FTA Executive Caltrain’s project, which has independent ing the FTA’s decision Murphy said it’s too
the nation. Director Matthew Welbes said a decision utility regardless of whether high-speed rail early to tell what the fallout will be in
“I think today I heard a big door slam and that could have come as early as Friday ever comes to fruition. regards to scheduling and costs.
I don’t remember the last time I have felt would be postponed until electrification can The recent announcement prompted by Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South
this dejected for the people of our region. be considered in conjunction with Trump’s Chao was particularly startling since the San Francisco, has been a loyal advocate
The agencies, the people, the community, budget and an FTA report to congress on FTA appeared to support the project as far and wrote a new law to clarify high-speed
the business community, the environmental grant expenditures. back as November 2015 when it gave rail bond funds could be used on bookend
community, the chambers of commerce While acknowledging Caltrain’s March 1 Caltrain’s grant application a medium-high projects like Caltrain. Mullin questioned
[and] riders,” said U.S. Rep. Anna Eshoo, D- deadline to finalize contracts, Welbes rating. how Trump’s prior experience and state-
Palo Alto. “It’s just a crushing blow and briefly explained the FTA requires “addition- In May 2016, the FTA said it recommend- ments aligned with the FTA’s “disappoint-
what rubs salt into the wound is this is just al time to complete review of this signifi- ed Caltrain for the Capital Improvement ing” decision.
straight politics, straight partisan politics. cant commitment of Federal resources.” Investment Grant — which ultimately needs “I was encouraged by the president’s stat-
They did it because they could.” The entire $2 billion Caltrain project is congressional approval as part of the annu- ed commitment to infrastructure projects.
Caltrain is the only pending grant appli- supported by a range of local, regional and al budget. Since then, extensive vetting has Upgrades to the Caltrain system are
cation that straddled the Obama-Trump tran- state funding — including a $713 million proceeded and a 30-day notice to Congress absolutely that. As a developer, the presi-
sition, according to an FTA spokeswoman. allocation from high-speed rail that frus- of the finalized review culminated Friday. dent knows the consequences and potential
trated those opposed to the state’s proposal Typically, Congress appropriates $2 bil- for cost increases due to undue delays.
Delaying growth to create a bullet train from Los Angeles to lion a year for the capital investment grant, Modernizing Caltrain is a job creator, will
Local representatives were shocked as San Francisco. which projects usually receive in annual better serve the workforce of the Bay Area,
investing in infrastructure is one of the few installments. and is good for the environment. Win, win,
issues on which both Republicans as well as High-speed scrutiny win,” Mullin said in an email.
Democrats agree, and Trump has consistent- Caltrain and high-speed rail became inter- A new era for transit? U. S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San San
ly voiced commitment to bolstering jobs. twined when the two agreed to share the Local representatives said the news was Mateo, who along with Eshoo wrote to
Between electrifying 51 miles of tracks tracks running along the Peninsula, a move particularly shocking Caltrain had previ- Chao about what was at risk should federal
and purchasing new trains, the Caltrain codified by legislation and necessitating ously met all of the federal requirements, funding fall through, sought to sway Trump
Modernization Program would create over electrification. underwent environmental review, had with his familiar slogan.
9, 600 jobs; including 1, 300 jobs in But with the agreement came harsher matching funds from other sources, and “Caltrain is the backbone of the Silicon
Florida, Virginia, Wisconsin and Colorado. scrutiny for Caltrain electrification, partic- received support from the former president. Valley transportation system and this deci-
In Salt Lake City alone, the project is driv- ularly from those who view the $64 billion Murphy said the FTA’s action could have sion to delay would threaten to break the
ing an electric train manufacturer to build a high-speed rail project as a boondoggle broader consequences. backbone of this economy,” Speier said in a
new assembly plant that would employ 550 stymied by lawsuits and failing to meet “We’re certainly in unchartered territory, statement. “To make America great again,
workers, according to Caltrain. requirements of voter-approved bonds. this is a new administration and we are in a the president should order that this grant be
Caltrain Chief Communications Officer Apparently emboldened by the White sense the canary in the coal mine because made and then join us to turn dirt as 9,600
Seamus Murp h y s ai d t h e ag en cy was House shakeup, a dozen congressional this decision does not just apply to the good American jobs related to this project
digesting the announcement that could be — spread over 13 states — are created.”
‘Portlandia’
Brainstorming,
basketball, improv
SEE PAGE 21

Jerome Harris shares
voice with the world
By Adriana Ramirez

Spotlight.
Microphone.
Voice.
A sea of darkness encompassed the stage
where he stood. About 30,000 people gath-
ered on that day, 1993, at Moffett Field’s
closing as a naval air station. Up above, in
big neon lights, a sign read, “J.C. Harris is
now performing.”
This was Jerome Harris’ biggest moment.
‘Fist Fight’ is an indulgence in adolescent male fantasy, where teachers fight and kids rule the school. But it was certainly not the last, or the
first.

‘Fist Fight’ an indulgence
Harris, project manag-
er at Carlmont High
School, has been
singing for most of his
life, ever since he was 5.
“I’d hear a song and I

in pre-teen male fantasy
could sing it note for
note. My grandmother
— who used to baby-sit
me as kid — would always tell the story
about something under the boardwalk and I
By Sandy Cohen would be about 5 years old, singing the
song note for note, on time, on beat and

‘Fist Fight’ stars on the need THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

If you like Ice Cube surly and sneering,
find penis drawings hilarious and believe
she would say, ‘shut up, boy! I don’t want
to hear that song.’ She would always joke
with me about that, about singing at such a

for comedy in uncertain times real men solve problems by throwing
punches, “Fist Fight “ is for you.
This R-rated comedy from director Richie
young age. It’s been quite a ride since
then,” he said.

was
Harris’ ride as a singer began when he
in the Navy. He was in it for four years
By Lindsey Bahr talents like Jillian Bell (“22 Jump Street”) Keen starts with a ridiculous premise: One
in the pack, and creating parts for others on the USS Constellation CV-64.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS high-school teacher insists that another
like “Silicon Valley” star Kumail Nanjiani, “I met some guys on this carrier that like
fight him after school to settle a profes-
who plays a school security guard. And all to sing like I do and we had a band behind
LOS ANGELES — No one could have pre- sional beef. The opening scene further sets
us. We were vocalists, the old R&B vocal-
dicted when they were making the breezy, were delighting in Tracy Morgan’s return the juvenile tone, taking just seconds to
to movies after his near-fatal 2014 acci- ists. We harmonized, did some stepping,
irreverent, 91-minute Charlie Day and Ice introduce viewers to the script’s three
Cube comedy “Fist Fight” that it would be dent. moving around. We were the overseas home
favorite words: the F-word, the P-word and
coming out in the midst of such uncertain “We all worried about (Tracy) so much port people. We would perform in places
the B-word.
and divisive times. because of the accident and to see him nor- like the Philippines, Japan and Hong
“Higher Learning,” this isn’t.
Back then, nearly two years ago, the cast mal and not really affected by the accident Kong. We were like the overseas celebrities
“Fist Fight” is an indulgence in adoles-
was thinking about the story about a group physically, it was great,” Cube said. “You cent male fantasy, where teachers fight and until we got back to the boat and we were
of teachers facing layoffs in a mismanaged realize how precious life is. In a blink of an just the same old regular guy,” Harris said.
kids rule the school. So it doesn’t really
public school, and how some were finally eye you can be gone. It makes you cherish Around the time that he was in the Navy,
matter that it plays its leading men as cari-
getting the chance to work together (Cube the moments you got with a person.” he was also a solo act; his stage name was
catures and uses sexist insults throughout.
had tried to work with Day on “Ride Along All in all, it was as fun as one would It’s an absurd undertaking from the start. J.C. Harris. As he stood in front of those
2” but it didn’t pan out). They were chang-
ing roles from male to female to get rising See STARS, Page 22 See FIGHT, Page 22 See STUDENT, Page 22

Lovers have rocky relationship in ‘Fool for Love’
By Judy Richter faces at the motel as the two verbally and
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT physically clash.
Some of their history is revealed with the
Jealousy and obsessive love are just two arrival of May’s date, the unassuming
of the emotions driving Sam Shepard’s Martin (Patrick Russell). Observing it all
“Fool for Love.” and sometimes speaking to May or Eddie is
Magic Theatre, where the play premiered The Old Man (Rod Gnapp), who seems to
in 1983, is presenting a compelling revival know a great deal about them.
directed by artistic director Loretta Greco. The countess is the fifth character. She’s
It’s set in a rundown motel at the edge of unseen, but she causes lots of trouble.
the Mojave Desert, where May (Jessi The play runs only about 75 minutes with-
Campbell) is trying to start a new life after out intermission, but it’s fraught with ten-
leaving her cowboy lover, Eddie (Andrew sion and ends with questions.
Pastides). Greco’s direction of this well chosen cast
As it opens, Eddie has arrived and is try- is spot on. The sexual attraction between
ing unsuccessfully to convince her to return May and Eddie is palpable, as is the poten-
to Wyoming with him. tial for violence, while Gnapp as The Old
She’s jealous that he has been seeing a Man and Russell as Martin provide some
woman whom she calls the countess. He occasional relief.
gets upset when he learns that she has a date Adding even more tension to this produc-
that night. tion are Sara Huddleston’s sound and
There’s a push-pull attraction between Christopher Akerlind’s lighting. Both are
them, one that began 15 years ago and has
been rocky ever since. This rockiness sur- See PLAY, Page 22 ‘Fool for Love’ has been extended for a week through March 5 at Magic Theatre.
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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

HELPING CHILDREN DEAL WITH
B ULLIES : THE S AN FRANCIS CO
OPERA GUILD PRES ENTS “HOW
ANDY FOUND HIS VOICE. ” Andy, a
ninth-grader, is picked on in class and has a
hard time making friends. During a test, he
gets in trouble for cheating, when really
the other kids are copying off his paper.
Too timid to stand up for himself, and afraid
to confront the other kids at school, Andy
returns home, dejected. That evening he is
visited by three spirits who help him dis- can take a hike on a 24-mile network of
cover how music and stories can open a trails; see sculptures by famed artist Andy
world of expression and joy. The San Goldsworthy; soak in incredible Golden
Francisco Opera Guild presents “How Andy Gate views; visit San Francisco’s oldest
Found His Voice” by Caroline Altman, a building reborn as a museum and cultural
comic, yet poignant family show about center; jump on a trampoline in a former
speaking out against bullies. Four singers airplane hangar; bird watch at restored wet-
and one pianist present a 50-minute partic- lands; and attend San Francisco’s largest
picnic, which draws 5,000 people each A young boy learns to stand up against bullies in the San Francisco Opera Guild’s April 29
ipatory musical play through which young
weekend. And, the Visitors Center has been production of ‘How Andy Got His Voice,’ a 50-minute participatory musical play that introduces
people are introduced to the origins and
designed with kids in mind — there are “Kid young people to opera.
history of opera, are entertained by arias
and duets from grand opera, and participate friendly zone modules” strategically placed $15 General. $10 Members. Free for Lab the orchestra (woodwinds, brass, strings
in singing. 10 a.m. Saturday, April 29. low enough for their exploration and dis- Members. $10 Add-on ticket for the Tactile and percussion) and learn how they come
Herbst Theatre, War Memorial Building, covery. The William Penn Mott Jr. Presidio Dome available for purchase onsite. Note: together to create music. Lobby activities
401 Van Ness Ave. in San Francisco. Single Visitor Center is located at 210 Lincoln Some programs have limited seating and before, during, and after the performance
tickets are $10. For more information Blvd., in San Francisco. For more informa- will be made available to visitors on a first- include coloring stations, instrument pet-
about this and other San Francisco Opera tion about the new visitor center visit come, first-served basis. The California ting zoos, photo stations, piano mats and
education programs for families and chil- http://www.presidio.gov/events/communi- Academy of Sciences is located in Golden more. Ticket holders receive a link to free
dren visit http://sfopera.com/ or write edu- ty-day-grand-opening-celebration-at-the- Gate Park in San Francisco. For more infor- online resources to help families prepare
cation@sfopera.com. new-presidio-visitor-center. mation visit www. calacademy. org. This for the concerts and provide opportunities
*** *** event is adults only (18+). for continued music engagement at home.
S AN FRANCIS CO’ S PRES IDIO LET NIGHTLIFE INS IDE YOUR *** 2 p.m. Saturday, March 11. Pre-concert
OPENS A NEW GATEWAY ON SATUR- HEAD: EXTENDED CINEMAS AT THE SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY FOR lobby activities begin at 1 p.m. Davies
DAY, FEB. 2 5 . It is the Presidio of San CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF S CI- FAMILIES : “LEMONY S NICKET, ” Symphony Hall is located at 201 Van Ness
Francisco — a place you may think you ENCES IN GOLDEN GATE PARK ON “HARRY POTTER” AND HOW TO Ave. in San Francisco. Appropriate for
know, but do you really? Go and find out on MARCH 2 . If you’re 21 and over, and it’s BUILD AN ORCHESTRA COME TO ages 5 and up. Tickets at sfsymphony.org
Feb. 25 at the opening of the state-of-the- after 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 2, then the DAVIES S YMPHONY HALL ON and (415) 864-6000. Tickets for children
art William Penn Mott Jr. Visitor Center, California Academy of Sciences is the place MARCH 1 1 . The San Francisco age 17 and under are half-price.
the new gateway to the Presidio. The center to be. During Extended Cinemas, now an Symphony’s Music for Families series
is a platform for discovery, using video, annual favorite, Exploratorium Cinema continues at Davies Symphony Hall with
engaging exhibits, interactive tools and Arts takes over museum spaces to provide music inspired by “Lemony Snicket” and Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay
knowledgeable staff to help visitors uncov- experiences — both on and off the screen selections from “Harry Potter” by compos- Area Theatre Critics Circle and the American
er the incredible array of experiences that — created by artists and filmmakers from er John Williams. Take a musical tour Theatre Critics Association. She may be reached
are possible. In today’s Presidio, visitors the Bay Area and beyond. 6 p.m.-10 p.m. through the four main instrument groups of at susan@smdailyjournal.com.

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‘Portlandia’: Brainstorming, basketball, improv
By Lynn Elber
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOS ANGELES — The “Portlandia” brain trust is gath-
ered to hash out another round of endearingly goofy tales
set in a mythical (sort of) Portland.
Laptops dot the conference table where stars Carrie
Brownstein and Fred Armisen sit with fellow writers of
the IFC comedy. Their modest office is in a gentrifying
industrial section of Los Angeles with the whimsical
nickname Frogtown — so perfectly “Portlandia,” now in
its seventh and next-to-last season.
The story currently under discussion: What the mayor’s
wish to secede from the United States could mean for the
Oregon city with Kyle MacLachlan back as the mayor and
Kumail Nanjiani as an unyielding bureaucrat).
“I just want more Saturday and Sunday. Two each,” one
writer suggests as the mayor’s vague intent.
“He keeps saying, ‘I just want the weekend.’ And Fred
and Carrie are like, ‘What does that mean?’” another
scribe chimes in.
“Shorts. Flip-flops. Eating a banana on the front
lawn,” is helpfully offered.
This group stream of consciousness meanders delight-
fully on. The mayor wants to set up a tax shelter to attract
billionaires. Or maybe he went to Iceland and realized
countries outside America are OK, too.
‘Portlandia’ is now in its seventh and next-to-last season. But what about the downside of secession? Portland’s
split from the U.S. would be treated like a cable customer
trying to end a contract, and it wouldn’t be pretty. There
are the penalty fees, of course, and demands for return of
federal equipment including flagpoles and court gavels.
And how would a Portlander cross the border to see, say,
a Beyonce concert? Would a passport be required?
Most TV writers’ rooms feel like creative conspiracies,
but this one even more so. Brownstein and Armisen con-
ceived the series with fellow executive producer Jonathan
Krisel, and the two of them play various and sundry char-
acters.
Ideas and notions are thrown out casually, to be either
built on or supplanted by the next creative burst of
thought. Only Brownstein’s determined effort to work
pianist-composer Dave Grusin into an episode provokes
gentle teasing, until she finally surrenders.
“I’m willing to let Grusin go. I’ll just hang out with
him in LA, ” says Brownstein, whose fame pre-
”Portlandia” was musical, including as a founding mem-
ber of the rock band Sleater-Kinney. She and former
“Saturday Night Live” cast member Armisen, himself a
musician, are longtime friends.
Also on hand this day for idea-swapping and a
lunchtime game of basketball — an outside hoop is the
big perk — are writers Alice Mathias, Graham Wagner and
Karen Kilgariff. But the script that emerges is only the
beginning of what viewers ultimately see, a “loose blue-
print” for filming in Portland, as Krisel puts it.
“The shooting becomes our rewriting ... because it’s so
heavily improvised,” he said in an interview. “And that’s
kind of the secret of the show, that once you’ve got this
simple premise and you’ve brainstormed it and written it,
A FAMILY SHARING HOPE IN CHRIST then on the day (of taping) you can just have fun with it.”
HOPE EVANGELICAL He compares the show to an art project, such as a paint-
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socialist vibe to ‘Portlandia’ to make it work,” Krisel
said, with a laugh.
The comedy does revel in its own brand of leftiness.
Brownstein once compared Portland itself to “more a
mind-set than a place,” telling the Associated Press in a
2014 interview that it’s “an exemplary city in how befud-
dled it can sometimes be by its own attempts at progres-
siveness and kindness.”
For Krisel, the flaws-and-all depiction in “Portlandia,”
although affectionate, led to a brief crisis of confidence
after the presidential election.
“We were making fun of ourselves and we thought it was
funny, and the world was, ‘Actually, we hate those peo-
ple,’” he recalled thinking. He felt an urge to protect
“Portlandia” by halting it, but decided instead to stick
with what he calls “just a funny show.”
“It’s like candy to watch. People have said they’re
going through something difficult and they put on
‘Portlandia’ and it’s a breath of fresh air, ” he said.
“Sometimes the world is so scary, as it is now, and you
just need something to make you laugh.”
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Even with his full-time job of being a “It would be great to get paid for it — a

STUDENT
School in Belmont. The band is called
Smokin Slice of Mojo Band. The other project manager, Harris labels himself as a lot of times I do request to get paid for it —
members are history teacher David Gomez, professional singer because he isn’t a because I have served and done my time,
on the drums, and English teacher Cindy karaoke singer. He has sang with many paid my dues. But a lot of times, I just do it
Continued from page 19 Shusterman, vocalist. They mainly play people and has been on at least five CDs. for the love of the game. When you love
R&B, rock ’n’ roll, country, and ’70s and “It’s never too late to really tap into the something and it’s a gift, you just share it
30,000 people in Moffett Field, “[he] did- ’80s tune. with the world,” he said.
dream. The old mantra is, ‘you’re a great
n’t think anything big of it.” Afterward, Harris doesn’t take his gift for granted. It
Amongst Carlmont students, Harris is singer but don’t quit your day job.’ I have
when he sang in church, he began acknowl- is a big part of his life he is not going to
mostly known for his astounding perform- lived by that mantra. I think that in the
edging his true potential. let go.
ance of the national anthem at assemblies. next couple of years or so, I may go into
“I sang in the church which was when I “Most of the people that know me ask
When he arrived back in 1997, Jim Kelly, this full time and professionally. But I love
really started tapping into the gift. I call it me, ‘are you still singing?’ And I always
Associated Student Body director, doing what I’m doing. I love maintaining
the gift because I have never had any for- say, ‘That’s my gift, so yes of course I’m
approached him and asked if he could sing the campus. … I love working around the
mal training, never gone to school for it. still singing,’” he said. “When you are
at assemblies and he agreed. Harris has kids and around people. I have chosen to
It is a natural gift given to me by the one blessed with something, you don’t let it
been singing the national anthem at the do this. Whenever I’m given the opportu-
that has all power, God,” Harris said. die. You got to keep pressing on.”
school ever since. nity, I do go out and brighten somebody’s
For the next 15 years or so, he sang
Carlmont is not the only place where he life [through music],” Harris said.
mostly gospel. It is just recently that he
has started singing in the R&B genre. has sang the national anthem; he also sang Harris believes that singing is good not
at the Oakland A’s game in 2012, 20,000 only for him, but also for others because Adriana Ramirez is a senior at Carlmont High
Harris is currently a part of a band that con- School in Belmont. Student News appears in the
sists of staff members at Carlmont High people in the crowd. Harris said, “that was he gets to share his gift and receive reac- weekend edition. You can email Student News at
an honor.” tions that are gratifying. news@smdailyjournal.com.

Nanjiani said he’s been thinking a lot student to plant on his colleague.

STARS
Continued from page 19
lately about where comedy fits in the current
climate.
“It’s a tough time to really know how to
FIGHT
Continued from page 19
Cube’s character, though, isn’t developed
beyond the snarl. All we know about
Strickland is that he’s angry and prone to
be or what to do,” he said. “I have to believe violence.
that empathy and pieces of art that make Could it be that he’s so passionate about
imagine — save for the after-school fight people feel connected and less lonely are Charlie Day is Andy Campbell, a nebbishy education? Well, when he tries to justify the
between Cube and Day’s characters, which important right now.” English teacher at Roosevelt High School. fist fight as a way to call attention to prob-
Day has not entirely recovered from physi- All hope that at the very least, movies — Cube is Strickland, a humorless history lems at the school, nobody believes it.
cally. especially bawdy comedies — can serve as teacher who’s carrying a bat and wearing a The brightest spots in the film come from
“I don’t know that my leg will ever be the an enjoyable distraction. scowl when we first see him onscreen. It’s the the supporting players. Jillian Bell is a riot
same. Something happened, something “No matter where you stand, whether this last day of school, and the seniors are going as a school guidance counselor completely
went wrong and I couldn’t feel my foot,” is the worst time in your life or the greatest wild with pranks. off the rails. She does drugs before school
Day said. “Sleeping on it still hurts a little time in your life politically, it’s important One such prank leads Strickland to lose his and lusts after the students, lamenting that
bit.” to put all that aside and let yourself laugh temper and he ends up smashing a student’s when teachers are caught having affairs with
But now the enjoyable romp about a sore- and blow off some steam, ” Day added. desk with a hatchet during class. Because that kids, “the news always leaves out the good
ly mismatched showdown has the added bur- “Otherwise what are you going to do? Just happens. part: They never tell how the teacher does the
den of coming into theaters in the midst of drink?” Campbell points the finger at Strickland, seduction.” Tracy Morgan is in fine form just
daily political tumult. Even the film’s offi- Bell, who plays a meth-addict teacher who’s fired on the spot. That’s when being himself as a kooky football coach.
cial Twitter account has cheekily riffed on who’s infatuated with a male high school Strickland challenges Campbell to “handle Kumail Nanjiani shines as the ineffectual
“fake news.” It’s the larger context that has student, added, “people definitely need to our differences like real men” with an after- campus security guard, and 10-year-old new-
overshadowed everything else. get out and see something that makes them school fist fight. “Hashtag teacherfight,” comer Alexa Nisenson is a scene-stealer with
The mood and uncertainty even permeated have big belly laughs.” Strickland says. her school talent show performance.
conversations when the cast gathered to Morgan sees it as providing a service to Campbell has even more to worry about. Sometimes silly comedies actually have
promote the film recently in Los Angeles. the audience, not unlike what he does in his His own job is on the line thanks to school something to say. “Fist Fight” is not one of
Suddenly on-set antics seemed a lot less standup routines. budget cuts, his wife is about to have their them. It meekly tries for a moral, pretending
funny. “We’re making you laugh. I’m proud to be second child any minute, and his pre-teen to have a message about the need for more
“Hopefully people still want to go to the in service of you when I’m making you daughter is counting on him to perform with public school funding and greater respect for
movies,” Day said. laugh,” Morgan said. her at her elementary school’s talent show. its teachers, but it’s really about crass jokes
Day is convincing as a pathetic putz, and penis pics.
even as the story gets more and more far- “Fist Fight,” a Warner Bros. release, is
fetched. As established at the outset, “Fist rated R by the Motion Picture Association of
Fight” is set in the world of the ridiculous, America for “language throughout, sexual
so it follows that Campbell would go to content/nudity and drug material.” Running
crazy lengths to avoid the fight with time: 91 minutes. One and a half stars out of
Strickland, including buying drugs from a four.

looking that way to see what’s happen-

PLAY
Continued from page 19
ing.
Because of strong ticket demand, the
play has been extended for a week through
March 5 at Magic Theatre, Building D, Fort
Mason Center, San Francisco. For tickets
so realistic and scary that when the count- and information call (415) 441-8822 or
ess strikes outside, the audience can’t help visit magictheatre.org.
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Calendar Bruckner Orchestra of Linz shines Glass’ 11th
SATURDAY, FEB. 18 information call 701-1018. By David Bratman tra. Only the middle movement, full of Beige.” Despite many notably jazzy
Elder Care Resource Fair. 9 a.m. to 1 DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT pillowy strings, builds down again touches, including some virtuosic
p.m. San Carlos Adult Community ‘Dead Accounts.’ 8 p.m. 2120 afterwards, in acknowledgment that it’s muted brass, this big work came across
Center, 601 Chestnut St. This free Broadway, Redwood City. Come
resource fair will offer a variety of watch this dark comedic play about supposed to be the slow one. as dark and heavy, especially in the
information on senior resources and the conflict between Main Street The Bruckner Orchestra of Linz, The first movement begins with hammer-strokes of the “Work Song”
services, in addition to special pre- and Wall Street. Tickets start at $35. under its chief conductor, Dennis piano and harps playing a typical movement. It was a suitable partner for
sentations, health screenings and For more information call 493-2006. Russell Davies, came to Stanford’s
refreshments. For more information Glass ostinato noodle, to which low the Glass: a heftier, dignified, more
contact 344-5200. SUNDAY, FEB. 19 Bing Concert Hall Sunday, Feb. 12, to brass quickly add blatting staccato classical-sounding work than in other
Peter Foley Exhibit. Noon to 4 p.m. play Philip Glass’ Symphony No. 11,
Blood Sugar Testing. 9 a.m. to 1 275A Linden St., Redwood City. chords. As the movement builds up, performances I’ve heard.
p.m. San Carlos Adult Community Exhibit will be open from Feb. 10 to which they had been taking across the there’s lots of percussion behind it:
Center, 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. March 10 on weekends from 1 p.m. country since giving the first perform- One more piece on the program was
Nursing students from the College to 4 p.m. For more information con- There were eight players in that section by Samuel Barber, completing a por-
of San Mateo will do non-fasting tact 569-0275. ance at Carnegie Hall in New York two altogether. This makes for spicier and
blood sugar testing for all ages, dur- weeks earlier, on the occasion of the trait of three styles of American com-
ing the Elder Care Resource Fair. Rethink ing Your Supplement more jagged music than the Eighth or position: minimalism from Glass, jazz
Free. For more information call 344- Routine. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 150 San
composer’s 80th birthday. Ninth, more like the percussion-heavy
5200. Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. A fresh The new Glass symphony sounds just from Ellington and neo-Romanticism
perspective on critical health and 10th. And, like the finale of the 10th, from Barber. His Violin Concerto, like
Cosplay Day. 10 a.m. South San lifestyle considerations to determine like the previous three Glass sym- the finale of the 11th begins with unac-
which supplements are best-suited phonies. Accordingly, all the Glass Glass’ music, has been criticized for
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. companied percussion, quickly joined
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. for different parts of life. Free. For fans in the audience, including myself, being simplistic, even childish. This
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Stoke Your Creative Fire. 10 a.m. p.m. San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 The concert music that Glass has the way this music is intended to strike Robert McDuffie was an ideal soloist
441 Seaport Court, Redwood City. Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. been composing recently is dark- the listener. It may seem simplistic to for this unassuming concerto. Casual
Susan M. Osborn presents three Come for ballroom dancing with fel- in his dress and manner, he was remi-
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more information contact San Carlos Library, 610 Elm St., San Glass left behind him over 40 years there’s actually a lot going on in Glass’ he produced a smooth, mellow sound
bbaynes303@aol.com. Carlos. For more information call ago the kind of minimalism he’s pillo- music: cross-rhythms, motivic devel- vaguely resembling that of a clarinet.
591-0341 ext. 237.
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Arts Fest: Cult Indie Cartoonists ‘Dead Accounts.’ 2 p.m. 2120 niques as a toolbox, a technique within
Gilbert, Jamie and Mario Broadway, Redwood City. Come though the recent symphonies all is lightly scored and mostly quiet.
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contact patti@bondmarcom.com. more information call (415) 271- Attorney’s Office estimated nearly 43 In recent years, a collaborative effort
2178. conviction in Alameda County, his is a percent of the state’s human trafficking by faith leaders, lawmakers, prosecu-
Tracy’s Fur, Scales and Tails: A chil- second-strike case — meaning he faces cases are in the Bay Area, according to tors and law enforcement has sought to
dren’s animal show. 2 p.m. Hillsdale TUESDAY, FEB. 21
Library, 205 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San Final Day to Register to Vote in the over 30 years to life in prison, double the report. raise awareness about human traffick-
Mateo. For more information call March 7 Menlo Park City what he would have faced without a pre- A survey revealed 232 trafficking ing and how it can often be difficult to
522-7838. Elementary School District Special vious conviction, Wagstaffe said.
Election. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. victims received support services recognize. In November 2013, the San
Puppet Arts Theater Company Registration and Elections Division, “Community safety really does call between 2011 and 2013 in San Mateo Mateo County Police Chiefs and
presents ‘The Three Little Pigs’. 2 40 Tower Road, San Mateo. For more for this man to be locked up for a long
information call 312-5222 or visit and Santa Clara counties alone, accord- Sheriff’s Association created a multi-
p.m. Oak Room, Main Library, 55 W. time,” Wagstaffe said.
Third Ave., San Mateo. For more shapethefuture.org. ing to the report. jurisdictional task force.
information call 522-7838. Graves’ defense attorney did not Between 2013 and 2014, San Mateo Efforts include training hotel staff on
Coffee with a Cop. 9 a.m to 11 a.m. return a request for comment. Graves is
San Mateo County Libraries Never Too Latte, 486 San Mateo Ave., County prosecutors initiated about a how to recognize human trafficking, as
Eclectic Music Festival: Mobius San Bruno. Officers from the San scheduled to return to court Tuesday for dozen human trafficking cases, but it well as implementation of a state
Trio. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. San Carlos Bruno Police Department and com- a review of his prior conviction, after
munity members will come together wasn’t until last year that a conviction requiring informative posters with a
Library, 610 Elm St., San Carlos. The which a date will be set for sentencing,
Mobius Trio exclusively performs in an informal, relaxed space to dis- for the charge was landed. toll-free hotline where victims and
music that they have commissioned. cuss community issues, build rela- according to Wagstaffe. Although Graves’ jury decision those who suspect human trafficking
They seek to expand their guitar tionships and drink coffee. All com- Lieutenant Jay Kiely with the
ensemble’s repertoire. For more munity members are invited to Friday after a seven-day trial is the first can call are hung at transit centers and
information call 591-0341. attend. For more information call Burlingame Police Department said the for local prosecutors, it isn’t the only certain businesses.
616-7129. case exemplifies how seriously San time someone’s been convicted of
Drop In Computer Help. 2 p.m. to 3 Mateo County law enforcement and the
p.m. Redwood City Main Library, Textile Tuesday: Valentine Cotton human trafficking in San Mateo If y ou or someone y ou k now is being
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood Undies. 1 p.m. South San Francisco District Attorney’s Office take human County. forced into any activ ity — whether it’s
City. For more information email Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., trafficking. He said collaborative
gsuarez@redwoodcity.org. South San Francisco. For more infor- In January 2016, San Francisco resi- commercial sex , farm work or any ty pe
mation email valle@plsinfo.org. efforts among authorities are at work in dent Sate Jones pleaded no contest to of labor — call the National Human
Slow Drying Acrylic Seascape removing predators from the communi- two counts of human trafficking for Traffick ing Resource Center at (888)
Demonstration. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 527 Evening Breathing and
Meditation. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. 1 ty, and commended the victim for com- pimping two teenage girls he brought 373-7888.
San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. Richard
will show his step-by-step method Library Ave., Millbrae. RSVP at ing forward.
covering composition, color theory, www.tinyurl.com/zmd3r8s. For more “With the assistance of a
materials and controlling the consis- information call 697-7607.
tency of the paint with water, thin- very brave victim, we were
ner, medium and other technical Three Secrets to Speak ing able to remove a very danger-
procedures in acrylic paint. For more Success. 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. San
Mateo Beresford Recreation Center, ous individual from the
information visit societyofwest-
ernartists.com. 2720 Alameda de las Pulgas, San streets,” Kiely said. “Both
Mateo. Registration is required. $28 the District Attorney’s Office
Hope House Women. 2:30 p.m. 399 for residents and $34 for non-resi-
Marine Parkway, Redwood Shores. dents. For more information call 522- and the detective were dili-
Find out more about the Hope 7490. gent as far as working
House Program that provides a com- through a difficult case given
prehensive abuse treatment in a res- San Mateo County Libraries Comic
idential environment addressing the Arts Fest: Thi Bui, Author of The the circumstances with a very
needs for up to 16 women, pregnant Best We Could Do, an Illustrated traumatized victim.”
women and women with infants Memoir. 7 p.m. Burlingame Library,
who have been involved in the crim- 480 Primrose Road, Burlingame. For Prosecuting human traf-
inal justice system. No charge, but more information call 558-7400. ficking cases can be particu-
items such as towels, silverware, larly difficult for authorities,
new underwear and socks, twin Peninsula Rose Society Meeting.
sheets and dishes are a part of the 7:30 p.m. Redwood City Veterans as victims may be hesitant to
‘Hope House Wish List.’ For more Memorial Senior Center, 1455 testify or disappear. Several
information call 592-5822. Madison Ave., Redwood City. For
more information visit peninsularos- years ago, law enforcement
Improve Your Relationships. 4 esociety.org or call 465-3967. and prosecutors began to
p.m. to 5 p.m. Peninsula Jewish ramp up efforts to alert the
Community Center, 800 Foster City WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22
Blvd., Foster City. Come for a free San Mateo Professional Alliance community that San Mateo
yoga and meditation session Networking Lunch. Noon to 1 p.m. County isn’t immune to
designed to reduce stress, increase Mimi’s Restaurant, 2208
energy and improve relationships. Bridgepointe Parkway, San Mateo. human trafficking.
For more information call 995- Meet new business connections. For A $150 billion global
6423. more information call 430-6500.
industry, an estimated
‘Nest’ Reception. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Kids Coding. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Grand 60,000 individuals are annu-
1018 Main St., Redwood City. Come Avenue Library, 306 Walnut Ave., ally trafficked in the United
to Redwood City’s Main Gallery for South San Francisco. For more infor-
the opening reception of ‘Nest,’ mation email valle@plsinfo.org. States — and the Bay Area is
which explores relationships with a major hub for these crimi-
homes through art. Snacks and For more events visit nals, according to the 2014
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This position will provide valuable Call paid correspondents and full-time re-
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The best career seekers ATTENTION CAREGIVERS! 203 Public Notices
read the Daily Journal. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Immediate need for Full Time/Part Time STATEMENT #271842
The following person is doing business
We will help you recruit qualified, talented Home Care Providers as: Acts House Cleaning Services, 319
individuals to join your company or organization. 6th Lane, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,
$250 Sign on Bonus* CA 94080. Registered Owner: Jaderson
Rodrigues Bastos, same address. The
The Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide Paid Training & Benefits business is conducted by an Individual.
The registrants commenced to transact
range of qualifications for all types of positions.
Must have valid DL and reliable transportation business under the FBN on 12/28/16.
/s/Jaderson Rodrigues Bastos/
For the best value and the best results, Call or stop by TODAY! This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 12/28/2017. (Pub-
recruit from the Daily Journal... lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
1/28/17, 2/4/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17).
Contact us for a free consultation Don’t wait, call or stop by TODAY! – Ask for Carol
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME

Call (650) 344-5200 or
(650) 458-2200 STATEMENT #272077
The following person is doing business
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales
Email: ads@smdailyjournal.com www.homebridgeca.org Representative needed to sell newspa-
as: Acto Car Services, 1239 Oak Grove
Ave Apt 315, BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
per print and web advertising and event Registered Owner: Max Nilton Alves De
1660 S. Amphlett Blvd. #115 in San Mateo marketing solutions. To apply, please call
650-344-5200 and send resume to
Costa, same address. The business is
info@smdailyjournal.com conducted by an Individual. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business
under the FBN on 1/17/17.
/s/Max Nilton Alves De Costa/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2017. (Publish-

The Future
of local news content
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
1/28/17, 2/4/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #271882
The following person is doing business
as: Alianca International, 197 87th
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries – The local community Street, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Regis-
tered Owner: Joab Nascimento, 161
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of Country Club Apt 25, SOUTH SAN
FRANCISCO, CA 94080. The business
the newspaper industry. is conducted by an Individual. The regis-
trants commenced to transact business
under the FBN on 5/19/00.
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of /s/Joab Nascimento/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
SF Peninsula seeks an entreprenuerial marketing solutions including print advertising, sor-County Clerk on 12/30/2016. (Pub-
Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, lished in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
1/28/17, 2/4/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17).
and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #272186
team for an immediate opening. industry continues its evolution and our paper The following person is doing business
as: Ramen Hachi, 1861 El Camino Real,
You must be community-minded, action- continues its upward trajectory. BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registered
Owner: Hamadaya Inc., CA. The busi-
oriented, customer-focused, and without fail, a Experience with print advertising and online ness is conducted by a Corporation. The
registrants commenced to transact busi-
self starter. You will be responsible for sales marketing a plus. But we will consider a ness under the FBN on 2/1/2017.
/s/Mutsuo Hamada/
and account management activities associated candidate with little or no sales experience as This statement was filed with the Asses-
with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits: sor-County Clerk on 1/26/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
2/04/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17).
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
t1SPmDJFODZXJUIDPNQVUFSTBOEDPNGPSUXJUIOVNCFST STATEMENT #272252
The following person is doing business
t(FOFSBMCVTJOFTTBDVNFOBOEDPNNPOTFOTFNBSLFUJOHBCJMJUJFT as: 1) CloudQuote, 2) PRConnect, 3) Fi-
nancialContent Services Inc., 195 Glenn
Way, Suite 250, SAN CARLOS, CA
Join us, if you check off on these qualities and also believe in the future of newspapers. 94070. Registered Owner: Financial
Please email your resume to ads@smdailyjournal.com Content Services Inc., CA. The business
is conducted by a Corporation. The reg-
A cover letter with your views on the newspaper industry would also be helpful. istrants commenced to transact business
under the FBN on 2/1/2017.
/s/Thomas McAleer/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/1/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
2/04/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17).
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #272281 STATEMENT #272290 STATEMENT #272305
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Master Builders’ Dojo, 166 Broadway as: Momentia Connections, 700 Promon- as: Tremors Plumbing and Sewer, 1611
St, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis- tory Point Ln, Unit 1307, FOSTER CITY, Lodi Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg-
tered Owner: Nicolas Chaumont, same CA 94404. Registered Owners: Sophia istered Owner: Francisco Zuno, same
address. The business is conducted by Victoria Hutson, same address. The address. The business is conducted by
an Individual. The registrants com- business is conducted by an Individual. an Individual. The registrants com-
menced to transact business under the The registrants commenced to transact menced to trans act business under the
FBN on1/6/17. business under the FBN on 02/03/17. FBN on 02-06-2017.
/s/Nicolas Chaumont/ /s/Mehjabeen Khan/ /s/Francisco Zuno/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/2/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/3/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/6/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
2/4/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17). 2/4/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17). 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #272273 STATEMENT #272123 STATEMENT #272143
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: Choco Studio, 711 S Idaho St, SAN as: Gattai, 200 Castleton Way, SAN as: DAM Events, 503 Edgecliff Way, Over the hedge Over the hedge Over the hedge
MATEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner: BRUNO, CA94066. Registered Owner: EMERALD HILLS, CA 94062. Registered
Michael Peyzner, same address. The Darrick Del Moral, same address. The Owner: Paymaneh Khalilil, same ad-
business is conducted by an Individual. business is conducted by an Individual. dress. The business is conducted by an
The registrants commenced to transact The registrants commenced to transact Individual. The registrants commenced to
business under the FBN on 10/28/2006 business under the FBN on Nov 1, 2017. trans act business under the FBN on
/s/Michael Peyzner/ /s/Darrick Del Moral/ 01/01/2017.
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Paymaneh Khalili/
sor-County Clerk on 2/2/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 1/23/2017. (Publish- This statement was filed with the Asses-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2017. (Publish-
2/4/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17). 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17). ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17).

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #272190
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The following person is doing business
Marich Confectionery as: Clairespie Home, 1505 Maddux
Drive, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061.
1/26/17 Registered Owner: Paz Elizabeth Home,
Inc., CA. The business is conducted by
Marich Confectionery Co. ISSUES ALLERGY ALERT ON an Corporation. The registrants com-
menced to trans act business under the
POTENTIAL UNDECLARED ALMONDS IN PRODUCT FBN on.
/s/Esperanza L. Sorongon/
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
Marich Confectionery of hollister, California is voluntarily This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/27/2017. (Publish- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
recalling 4.25oz Valentine Chocolate Caramel hearts UPC ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, STATEMENT #272306 STATEMENT #272389 STATEMENT #272410
CODE 797817-44440-9 because it may contain Triple Choco- 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17). The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
late Toffee which contains almonds. People who have an al- as: Little Red Truck Painting., 90 Calvert as: Austin Edgington Communica-
as: Sea Pot, 1952 S El Camino Real, tionsAustin Edgington Communications,
lergy or severe sensitivity almonds run the risk of serious or FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Avenue, 90 Calvert Avenue, SOUTH SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered
life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these prod- STATEMENT #272180 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. Regis- 28 Pelican Lane, OAKLAND, CA 94605.
The following person is doing business Owner: Kobe Pot Inc., CA. The business Registered Owner: Austin E. Edgington,
ucts. tered Owner: HRB INc., CA. The busi- is conducted by a Corporation. The reg-
as: Eli Growth Solutions, 633 Bainbridge same address. The business is conduct-
Street, FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Regis- ness is conducted by a Corporation. The
Product was distributed in California, Oklahoma and Minne- registrants commenced to trans act busi- istrants commenced to trans act busi- ed by an Individual. The registrants
tered Owner: Brian Eli, same address. ness under the FBN on N/A. commenced to trans act business under
sota in retail form. The business is conducted by an Individ- ness under the FBN on 2/6/2017. the FBN on 2/15/2017.
ual. The registrants commenced to trans /s/Samuel E. Baca/ /s/Chen Bin Huang/
/s/Austin Edgington/
The product can be identified by its Valentine’s Day themed act business under the FBN on . This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Brian Eli/ sor-County Clerk on 2/6/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/9/2017. (Publish-
packaging. It comes in a 4.25oz (120g) bright red and pink box This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 2/13/2017. (Publish-
with the product name of Chocolate Caramel Hearts. The lot sor-County Clerk on 1/26/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
code being recalled is 0031711 with a best by date of 9/30/17 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17). 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17, 3/11/17). 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17, 3/11/17).
and can be found on the bottom of the package. 2/11/17, 2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17).

No illnesses have been reported to date.
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Sat, Sun 8am-1pm 650-995-7123
of San Bruno, California (the “City”) at its regular meeting on Mon, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun 2pm-9 pm
Tuesday, February 28, 2017, starting at 7:00 p.m., will hold a Call Roberto 650-344-5200
Public Hearing at the San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 Crystal completeseniorliving@yahoo.com
Springs Road, San Bruno, to consider waiving the first reading EOE, Division of Labor Standard Wage Order 5
and introducing an Ordinance amending Title 12 (Land Use) of
the San Bruno Municipal Code to Implement State Law relat-
ing to accessory dwelling units.

The ordinance amends existing regulations that provide for the
creation of accessory dwelling units, which are defined as a
residential dwelling units that provide complete independent
living facilities for one or more persons on the same parcel as
a legal single family residence. The ordinance includes devel-
Caregivers Needed
opment standards relating to unit size, parking, and other re-
quirements in compliance with recently amended state law.
The ordinance is consistent with General Plan Housing Ele-
ment policies to promote a diverse range of housing options,
Immediately
including accessory dwelling units, for people of all income
levels, and to ensure consistency with state code.

The adoption of the ordinance is within the scope of the Pro-
gram EIR for the 2009 General Plan and no further environ-
mental review is required pursuant to the California Environ-
mental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines sections 15168 and
15162. What we offer:
The public is invited to attend and be heard. A copy of the full
Excellent work environment
text of the proposed ordinance is available in the City Clerk’s Flexible work schedule
Office, 567 El Camino Real, in San Bruno, California. Written
comments may be sent to the office of the City Clerk. Further Training, PTO, Health Insurance
information may be obtained from Mark Sullivan, phone Opportunities for professional advancement
650.616.7053 or e-mail, msullivan@sanbruno.ca.gov.

If you challenge the adoption of the ordinance in court, you Our minimum requirements:
may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone
else raised at public hearings before the City of San Bruno or Must be compassionate & kind
in written correspondence delivered to the City of San Bruno Must possess verbal & written skills to
at, or prior to, the public hearing.
communicate with clients & team members
Disabled persons requiring accommodation in order to partici- Must pass criminal background check,
pate in the public hearing may contact the City Clerk’s Office
at (650) 616-7058. TDD users may contact the California Re- TB test, drug screening
lay Service at: 1-800-735-2929. Must be able to work in a team environment
/s/ Carol Bonner, and work with minimum supervision
San Bruno City Clerk
February 16, 2017
Submit resume to info@justlikefamily.com or
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, February 18. 2017.
mail to 1616 Gordon Street, Redwood City, CA 94061
or call us at 650.562.0555
THE DAILY JOURNAL Weekend • Feb. 18-19, 2017 27
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices Books 303 Electronics 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For Sale
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ORDER TO ShOW CAUSE FOR qUALITY BOOKS used and rare. World 46” MITSUBIShI Projector TV, great LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow LARGE BLACK Ciao Luggage 26"
STATEMENT #272445 ChANGE OF NAME & US History and classic American nov- condition. $400. (650)261-1541. floral $99. (650)574-4021 w/wheels, Good Condition $35 (650)952-
The following person is doing business CASE# 17CIV00493 els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 3500
as: Century Rental Tents, 465 Dumbar- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma- NEW DELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
ton Ave, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 294 Baby Stuff chine s never used for small bus. $95 ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, LIONEL ChRISTMAS Boxcars 2005,
Registered Owner: Clemente Mota, 582 (650)992-4544. Sell! (650) 875-8159. 2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368-
1st Ave, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. The REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 FIShER-PRICE hEALThY Care booster 7537
business is conducted by an Individual. PETITION OF ANTARES DOLLARS Bill Changer ma- NEW TWIN Mattress set plus frame
seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
The registrants commenced to trans act Rosalyn B. Montenegro chine s never used for small bus. $95 $30.00 (650) 347-2356 LIONEL ChRISTMAS Holiday expan-
Dexter P. Verzosa (650)992-4544.
business under the FBN on 03-12-2012. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: 296 Appliances OAK CLAW foot coffee table, needs sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
/s/Clemente Mota/ Petitioner: Rosalyn B. Montenegro and BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re- some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530
This statement was filed with the Asses- LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and
Dexter P. Verzosa, a petition with this 1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender ceiver with Detachable Face asking dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/2017. (Publish- court for a decree changing name as fol- excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- $100. (650)593-4490 OAK SIX SHELF Book Case 6FT 4FT
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, lows: 0513 $55 (650)458-8280 RMT ChRISTMAS Diesel train and Ca-
2/18/17, 2/25/17, 3/4/17, 3/11/17). Present name: Paulo Mikael Bioy Verzo- BULOvA WINDUP Travel clocks.Vin- boose. Rare. New OB $99 (650)368-
OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding
sa AIR CONDITIONER 10000 BTU w/re- tage. Set of eight. $99. gene (650)421- legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost 7537
Proposed Name: Paulo Mikael Montene- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG 5469 $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141
NOTICE OF PETITION TO gro Verzosa brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit
ADMINISTER ESTATE OF THE COURT ORDERS that all persons 0898 COMPLETE COLOR photo developer – case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
Erik Poulsen interested in this matter shall appear be- Besler Enlarger, Color Head, trays, photo OUTDOOR WOOD SCREEN - new $80 $60. (650)328-6709
Case Number: 17PRO00100 fore this court at the hearing indicated AIR CONDITIONER, Portable, 14,000 tools $50/ (650)921-1996 obo Retail $130 (650)873-8167
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- BTU, Commercial Cool model SILK SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for
tingent creditors, and persons who may tition for change of name should not be CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- IPhONE 5 Morphie Juice Pack with PAPASAN ChAIRS (2) -with cushions $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
otherwise be interested in the will or es- granted. Any person objecting to the sories plus remote included. charger, Originally $100, now $85. $45. each set, (650)347-8061 formation.
tate, or both, of Erik Poulsen. A Petition name changes described above must file 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $345. (650)766-2679
for Probate has been filed by Erik Ny- a written objection that includes the rea- (650)345-1835 RECLINER ChAIR blue tweed clean ULTRASONIC JEWELRY Cleaning Ma-
mann in the Superior Court of California, sons for the objection at least two court KINDLE FIRE 8 in. Case and Charger good $75 Call (650)583-3515 chine Cleans jewelry, eyeglasses, den-
days before the matter is scheduled to ChARCOAL GRILL with cover, 24”, al- incl. 64 gig $75 Jeff 650-208-5758 tures, keys. Concentrate included. $30
County of San Mateo. The Petition for RECLINING SWIvEL chair almost new
Probate requests that Erik Nymann be be heard and must appear at the hearing most new $25. (650)368-0748 OBO. (650)580-4763
to show cause why the petition should LEFT-hAND ERGONOMIC keyboard $99 (650)766-4858
appointed as personal representative to not be granted. If no written objection is ChEFMATE TOASTER oven, brand with 'A-shape' key layout Num pad, $20 UNIDEN hARLEY Davidson Gas Tank
administer the estate of the decedent. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- new, bakes, broils, toasts, adjustable (650)204-0587 ROCKING ChAIR fine light, oak condi- phone. $100 or best offer (650)863-8485
The petition requests the decedent’s will tion without a hearing. A hearing on the temperature. $25 OBO. (650)580-4763 tion with pads, $85/OBO. (650)369-9762
and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- petition shall be held on 3/16/17 at 9 MOTOROLA BRAvO MB 520 (android vASE WITh flowers 2 piece good for the
bate. The will and any codicils are avail- CIRRUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD ROCKING ChAIRS solid wood, great Holidays, $25., (650) 867-2720
a.m., Dept. PJ, Room 2D, at 400 County shape asking 30 dollars each. Call
able for examination in the file kept by Center, Redwood City, CA 94063. A new extra cleaning pads,user manual. card Belmont (650)595-8855
the court. $45. (650)588-5487 (650)574-4582 Lily vINTAGE WhITE Punch Bowl/Serving
copy of this Order to Show Cause shall
The petition requests authority to admin- be published at least once each week for NEW hP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex- Bowl Set with 10 cups plus one extra
ister the estate under the Independent COLEMAN LxE Roadtrip Grill - tra cartridges- $50. Call (650)345-1234 RUMMY ROYAL poker table top $30.00 $30. (650)873-8167
four successive weeks prior to the date (650)573-5269
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- set for hearing on the petition in the fol- Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
ONKYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
thority will allow the personal representa- lowing newspaper of general circulation: (650)918-9847 WAGON WhEEL Wooden, original from
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, ShELF RUBBER maid new $20.00 Colorado farm. 34”x34” very good
tive to take many actions without obtain- San Mateo Daily Journal Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 contact joe (650)573-5269
Filed: 02/02/17 ELECTRIC STOvE From Sears “aged” condition $200 San Bruno
ing court approval. Before taking certain (650)588-1946
very important actions, however, the per- /s/Susan Irene Etizadi/ Excellent Condition $225 SOFA PROTECTOR for Lounging Pets.
Please Call (650)244-9267 OPTIMUS h36 ST5800 Tower Speaker
sonal representative will be required to Judge of the Superior Court 36x10x11 $30. (650)580-6324 Washable polyester. Non-slide. Brown
Dated: 2/01/2017 tweed. Excellent condition. $89. 650- WATER STORAGE TANK, brand new,
give notice to interested persons unless 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $250.
they have waived notice or consented to (Published 2/04/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17, EUREKA POWER Plus Upright Vacuum, ORIGINAL AM/FM 1967/68 Honda Ra- 260-0057
2/25/17). Hepa filter, extra belt, bags, model 4468 (650)771-6324
the proposed action.) The independent dio for $50. (650)593-4490
$20 (650)952-3500 TEAK-vENEER COMPUTER desk with
administration authority will be granted
unless an interested person files an ob- GOOD MICROWAvE 1100 watt $40 Da-
PIONEER hOUSE Speakers, pair. 15 single drawer and stacked shelves. $30 311 Musical Instruments
jection to the petition and shows good inch 3-way, black with screens. Work obo. (650)465-2344
ly City (415) 231-4825. great. $99.(650)243-8198 BALDWIN GRAND PIANO, 6 foot, ex-
cause why the court should not grant au- ThOMASvILLE BEvELED mirror 22" x
thority. STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF JACK LALANE'S power juicer. $40. cellent condition, $8,500/obo. Call
ThE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS SAMSUNG FLAT TV 20" ex.co.incl. 12" $50. Call (650)834-4833 (510)784-2598
A hearing on the petition will be held in Call (650)364-1243. Leave message. VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544
this court as follows: MAR. 06, 2017 at NAME STATEMENT 265560 WALNUT ChEST, small (4 drawer with
9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior Name of the person abandoning the use SONY DhG-hDD250 DVR and program- upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 ExCELLENT vIOLIN, previously owned,
Court of California, County of San Mateo, of the Fictitious Business Name: Cleuse- UPRIGhT vACUUM Cleaner, $10. Call able remote. first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow
400 County Center, Redwood City, CA nir B. Dias. Name of Business: Alianca Ed, (415)298-0645 South San Francisco Record OTA. Clock set issues $99 WOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
International. Date of original filing: (650)595-8855 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 (415)751-2416
94063. 6/3/15. Address of Principal Place of WhIRLPOOL WAShER DRYER, GE
If you object to the granting of the peti- Business: 197 87th Street, DALY CITY, Refrigerator all working and in good con- WOOD FURNITURE- one end table and GULBRANSEN BABY GRAND PIANO -
tion, you should appear at the hearing SONY PROJECTION TV 48" with re-
CA 94015. Registrant: Cleusenir B. dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. mote good condition $99 (650)345-1111 coffee table. In good condition. $30 Appraised @ $5450., want $1800 obo,
and state your objections or file written Dias, 2259 Kenry Way, South San Fran- OBO. (760)996-0767. (650)343-4461
objections with the court before the hear- cisco, CA 94080 The business was con- WhIRLPOOL. HIGH Efficiency Washer. vINTAGE G.E. radio, model c-430-a
ing. Your appearance may be in person ducted by an Individual. White. Like new. Top load. $250.00. $60. (650)421-5469 hAMMOND B-3 Organ and 122 Leslie
or by your attorney. /s/Cleusenir B. Dias/ (650)483-9226 306 housewares Speaker. Excellent condition. $8,500. pri-
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- This statement was filed with the Asses- vINTAGE G.E. radio, model c-442c $60. vate owner, (650)349-1172
itor of the decedent, you must file your sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo (650)421-5469 BRASS FIREPLACE screen $30.
claim with the court and mail a copy to County on 12/30/16. (Published in the 297 Bicycles (650)348-2306 hARMONICA. hOhNER Pocket Pal.
the personal representative appointed by San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/28/17, vINTAGE G.E. radio, model c1470 $60. Key of C. Original box. Never used.
the court within the later of either (1) four 2/4/17, 2/11/17, 2/18/17). ADULT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- (650)421-5469 ChRISTMAS TREE China, Fairfield $10. (650)588-0842
months from the date of first issuance of loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 Peace on Earth. Complete Set of 12 (48
vINTAGE zENITh radio, model L516b pieces) $75. (650)493-5026 MONARCh UPRIGhT player piano $99
letters to a general personal representa- $75. (650)421-5469
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the ChILD’S BICYCLE in good condition. (650) 583-4549
Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
210 Lost & Found $30. (650)355-5189 COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
from the date of mailing or personal de- FOUND: KEYS at Westwood Park in
304 Furniture Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
20-pieces in original box, never used.
PIANO, UPRIGhT, in excellent condi-
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
livery to you of a notice under sectioin Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to
298 Collectibles $250 per box (3 boxes available).
9052 of the Callifornia Probate 5 FOOT resin folding table, still in the UPRIGhT PIANO. In tune. Fair condi-
claim (650)714-8893 box $20.00 (650)368-0748 (650)342-5630
Code.Other California statutes and legal 1920'S AqUA Glass Beaded Flapper tion. $300 OBO (650) 533-4886.
authority may affect your rights as a Purse (drawstring bag) & Faux Pearl PORCELAIN JAPANESE Tea set, Un-
LOST - MY COLLAPSIBLE music stand, Flapper Collar. $50. (650)762-6048 ANTIqUE DINING table for six people YAMAhA PIANO, Upright, Model M-305,
creditor. You may want to consult with an clip lights, and music in black bags were opened, in wood box, great gift $30.
attorney knowledgable in California law. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 $750. Call (650)572-2337
taken from my car in Foster City and may (650)578-9208.
You may examine the file kept by the have been thrown out by disappointed 1940 vINTAGE telephone bench maple
ANTIqUE GLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood.
court. If you are a person interested in thieves. Please call (650)704-3595 antiques collectibles $75 (650)755-9833
Excellent Condition. $450. SMOKE ALARMS with batteries $4 650- 312 Pets & Animals
the estate, you may file with the court a (650)888-2662 595-3933
BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star
Request for Special Notice (form DE- Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian, AIRLINE CARRIER for cats, pur. from
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- SOLID TEAK floor model 16 wine rack Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
LOST - Woman’s diamond ring. Lost space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- ANTIqUE MAhOGANY Bookcase. Four
praisal of estate assets or of any petition with turntable $60. (650)592-7483 (505)228-1480 local.
12/18. Broadway, Redwood City. 6614 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
or account as provided in Probate Code REWARD! (650)339-2410
section 1250. A Request for Special No- DOLLIES, 30 various sizes, hand cro- ANTIqUE MAhOGANY double bed with 308 Tools CANARY BIRD cage 24 x 16 for sale.
tice form is available from the court clerk. LOST CAT Our Felicity, weighs 7 lbs, chet dollies.$30.(650)596-0513 adjustable steelframe $225.00. OBO. $40.00 firm. Used, good condition. Call
Attorney for Petitioner: she has a white nose, mouth, chin, all (650)592-4529 BENCh SAW - 8 INCh includes attach- (650)766-3024
Jeff L. Strobel, SBN 78342 four legs, chest stomach, around her LENNOx RED Rose, Unused, hand ed table and accessories $35 (650)368-
1303-17th Avenue neck. Black mask/ears, back, tail. Nice painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition 0748 ONE KENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
REWARD. Please email us at $12.00. (650) 578 9208. (650) 315-2319 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94122
(415) 731-1940 joandbill@msn.com or call 650-576- BOSTITCh 16 gage Finish nailer Model (650)593-2066
8745. She drinks water out of her paws. MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good BRAND NEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in
FILED: 2/1/2017 box $45. (415)231-4825. SB 664FN $99 (650)359-9269
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- $59 call (650)218-6528 PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx
nal on 2/10/17, 2/18/17, 2/20/17 ) ChAIRS 2 Blue Good Condition $50 CRAFTSMAN 10" Mitre Saw $25 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
LOST CAT. Black and White. Black RENO SILvER LEGACY Casino four (650)595-3933 offer. (650)245-4084
rare memorabilia items, casino key, two OBO (650)345-5644
patch on right eye. REWARD. CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
Call (323) 439-7713. coins, small charm. $95. (650)676-0974 COAT/hAT STAND, solid wood, for your PET CARRIER, brown ,Very good condi-
mountain cabin/house. $50. (650)520- dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 tion, $15.00 medium zize leave txt or call
LOST SMALL gray and green Parrot. SChILLER hIPPIE poster, linen, Sparta 7045 (650)773-7201
graphics 1968. Mint condition. $600.00. CRAFTSMAN RADIAL SAW, with cabi-
Redwood Shores. (650)207-2303. net stand, $200 Cash Only, (650)851-
(650)701-0276 COMPUTER SWIvEL CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
1045 316 Clothes
299 Computers COMPUTER TABLE, adjustable height, CRAFTSMEN 3 saw blades $20. new. BLACK DOUBLE breasted suit size 38
(650)573-5269 excellent condition $25 (650)322-9598

LEGAL NOTICES
chrome legs, 29”x48” like new $30 (650)
KOGI 15 inch computer monitor. Model 697-8481
L5QX. $25. PH(650)592-5864. DELTA CABINET SAW with overrun ta- BLOCh Black Boost Dance Sneakers
ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993 S0539L Good Condition $20 (650)952-
COUCh, CREAM IKEA, great condition,
RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop- $89, light-weight, compact, sturdy love- 3500
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, LEAF BLOWER electric 7.5 amps brand
Fictitious Business Name Statements, (650) 578 9208
seat (415)775-0141 new 30.00 joe, (650)573-5269
BOY SCOUT canvas belt with Boy Scout
Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, 300 Toys
CUSTOM MADE wood sewing storage
cabinet perfect condition $75. (650)483-
ROUTER TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new
(650)573-5269
Buckle. Vintage. Fair condition. $5.
(650)588-0842
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, 1222
ShOPSMITh MARK V 50th Anniversary FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
2 STORY dollhouse w/ furniture 24 x 24
Notice of Public Sales and More. good condition $50. joe (650)573-5269 DINETTE TABLE with Chrome Legs: 36" most attachments.
(650)504-0585
$1,500/OBO. color in excellent condition
length $50 (650)692-8012
3/4
x58" (with one leaf 11 1/2") - $50.
3-STORY BARBIE Dollhouse with spiral (650)341-5347
vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa LADIES BOOTS size 8 , 3 pairs different
Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. staircase and elevator. $60. (650)558-
DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 styles , $20/ pair. call (650)592-2648
8142
(650) 756-9516.Daly City.
vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa LADIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL,
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 ALLOYED LINOTYPE (BNH ~18) for
casting miniature/board-game figurines.
DINING ROOM table – Good Condition 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com 10#, $15.00. (650) 591-4553
$90.00 or best offer ( 650)-780-0193
vINTAGE ShOPSMITh and BAND LEAThER JACKET, New Black Italian
DRESSER 4-DRAWER in Belmont for SAW, good shape. $500/obo. Call style, size M Ladies $45 (650) 875-1708
LARGE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each $75. Good condition; good for children. (650)342-6993
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 Call (650)678-8585 LOUIS vUITTON monogram leather
clutch/computer carry case 10.25x13.5.
STAR WARS – one 4” orange card ac- DRESSER- ART Deco. 54”wide 34” tall Inside zipper $95. (650)591-6596
tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- 22”deep. $150. (650)888-2662.
head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 309 Office Equipment MAN'S BLACK leather jacket, size 40,
like new. $85.00 (650)593-1780
STAR WARS SDCC Stormtrooper NEAT RECEIPTS Mobile Scanner new
Commander $29 OBO Dan, DRESSER- vICTORIAN. 35” tall MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new,
in box $79, call (650)324-8416
(650)303-3568 lv msg 48”wide 22” deep. W/ mirror 34”x42” rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
$450. (650)888-2662.
310 Misc. For Sale (650) 578-9208
302 Antiques DRESSER-ART DECO. Heavy Glass. MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new,
Top 51” tall 36” deep 14” wide $150. "MOThER-IN-LAW TONGUES" plants,
ANTIqUE BUFFET Cabinet, with 2 large 3 in 5-gal cans. $10.00 each. (650)593- rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
(650)888-2662. 7408 (650) 578-9208
drawers w/skeleton key, needs refinish-
ing. $700/obo.. ANTIqUE ChINA cabi- DRUM TABLE - brown, perfect condi-
net, with doors and legs, dark wood.. 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint, NEW WITh tags Wool or cotton Men's
$500/obo. (650)952-5049 tion, nice design, with storage, $45., no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each
(650)345-1111 (650)952-3466
ANTIqUE ITALIAN lamp 18” high, $70 8 TRACKS, billy Joel, Zeppelin, Eagles
(650)387-4002 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50. ,Commodores, more.40 @ $4 each , call PARIS hILTON purse white & silver un-
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. (650)393-9008
used, about 12" long x 9" high
BEAUTIFUL AND UNIqUE Victorian (650)726-4102 $23. (650)592-2648
Side Sewing Table, All original. Rose- ChRISTMAS TREE, 7.5’ Oregon pine,
wood. Carved. ExCELLENT CONDI- ESPRESSO TABLE 30” square, 40” tall, 1225 tips, hooked construction with
TION! $350. (650)815-8999. stand. Used once. $49. (415)650-6407 SIzE 38 tan gabardine navy officers uni-
$95 (650)375-8021 form great condition Perfect for that cos-
MAhOGANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk, GLIDER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- DENTAL LABORATORY Jelblast sand- tume party. Free. (650)322-9598
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- blaster. New. Older model.#32000. In-
lent condition. $100 650-345-5644 cludes 5 lb. Quartz Abrasive Sand. $450.
elled glass, $400. (650)766-3024 vELvET DRAPE, 100% cotton, new
LAWN ChAIRS (4) White, plastic, $8. 650-947-3396. beautiful burgundy 82"X52" W/6"hems:
OLD vINTAGE Wooden “Sea Captains each, (415)346-6038 $45 (415)585-3622
Tool Chest” 35 x 16 x 16, $65 ELECTRONIC TYPEWRITER, good
(650)591-3313 condition $50 (650)878-9542
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JAKE
popularity in Hawaii and Japan. very fortunate, a lot of the musicians I’ve Verner. He plans to perform arrangements
But the musician caught the eye of the been able to work with, it’s always been a of songs by the Beatles, his famous cover
public after someone posted a YouTube positive experience, they’ve been so gen- of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and
video of Shimabukuro performing George erous with sharing their knowledge.” other classics. He said he likes the vibe of
Continued from page 1 Harrison’s “While My Guitar Gently He said one of his favorite collabora- the Bay Area, where he has family and
Weeps” during an interview with a local TV tions was with Midler, with whom he per- enjoys visiting farmers’ markets and his
On Sunday, Feb. 19, Peninsula residents station in 2005. The video went viral, formed in England. Queen Elizabeth II was favorite restaurants.
will have the opportunity to connect with launching him into a tour schedule that in the audience and shook his hand after the For Shimabukuro, connecting with peo-
Shimabukuro’s music, which spans a range now holds an estimated 140 dates each performance, an experience he will never ple from varied backgrounds gives him
of musical styles. From covers of classics year. forget. access to the range of human emotions that
like Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and “To this day, I don’t know who did it, but Though many of his performances take make music meaningful.
Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep,” to his orig- I owe them a lot,” he said. him far away from his home in Honolulu, “You broaden your vocabulary, you can
inal works with elements of jazz, rock and Since then, Shimabukuro has played at traveling has become one of connect and reach more and more people
bluegrass, Shimabukuro folds multiple TED conferences and performed with musi- Shimabukuro’s muses, an inspiration that who come from different walks of life,” he
dimensions into what many consider to be cians like Jimmy Buffett, Yo-Yo Ma and allows him to channel his experiences said. “That's the kind of music that I feel
an instrument for simple, relaxing Bette Midler. Though his reputation as a through his music. can really make a difference and be impact-
melodies. ukulele virtuoso has skyrocketed, his com- “Every time you put yourself in a new ful and, in a broad sense, really change the
Though it was clear from the start that mitment to learning his craft has not environment, you feel different things, world.”
the small stringed instrument would be wavered. Shimabukuro views his collabo- you experience different things,” he said.
his passion, it wasn’t always clear that rations with other artists as incredibly rich “That changes the kinds of things you Shimabuk uro is scheduled to perform at 4
the instrument would lead to a career. experiences that have allowed him to express through your instrument.” p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Fox Theatre at
Shimabukuro said he had always taken develop as a musician. Shimabukuro said he looks forward to 2215 Broadway in Redwood City. Visit
the ukulele seriously, playing with local “I love collaborating with other artists sharing his experiences Sunday with the t i c k e t f l y . c o m / e v e n t / 1 4 1 4 4 9 0 - j ak e -
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RAISE YOUR
SALES IN 2017
Take this class
RAISE YOUR CUSTOMER
FOCUS, RAISE YOUR SALES.
This 2-hour class on Feb. 28
will give you ideas to
increase sales this year.

Go to buildandbalance.com for info.
Just $20! Register with the Burlingame
Chamber of Commerce at (650) 344-1735

(650) 373-2022
32 Weekend • Feb. 18-19, 2017 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

A Free Community Event for Older Adults, their Families and Caregivers

Saturday,
February 18th
9am to 1pm
San Carlos Adult Community Center
601 Chestnut Street, San Carlos
• Senior Resources and Services
• Goody Bags Enter to win
• Refreshments Blake Shelton
• Ask the Pharmacist Tickets
by Peninsula Phamacist Association Drawing at noon
• Presentation: must be present to win

10:00 Focus on Fitness, by Paul Scherman
• Blood Sugar Testing
by College of San Mateo nursing students
Free parking next door, underneath
the San Carlos Library

Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula

For more information call 650.344.5200 • smdailyjournal.com/eldercarefair
*While supplies last. Events subject to change.

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