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Choosing to stand together


Students honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in annual essay and art contest
By Anna Schuessler invited those as young as pre- stand up for what they believed in
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF school students and as old as sen- loomed large.
iors in high school to pen or “He seems like a person who
Essays, poems and art projects depict their ideas on how King’s decided to stand against all odds to
in hand, dozens of students filled messages of equality and peace do what he believed in and what
the halls of San Mateo’s Martin still ring true. was right,” he said. “It’s not easy
Luther King Community Center Having participated in the con- to do that, especially if there’s
this week to share works celebrat- test last year, Ayman Ahmed Khan, laws against that in the govern-
ing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s an eighth-grade student at Bayside ment.”
example and its resonance today. Academy in San Mateo, looked Having served as a judge for the
Focused this year on the theme forward to the opportunity to write contest for several years, Foster
“the choice is ours to stand a poem for this year’s competi- City resident Marie Davis said she
together or live divided,” the 36th tion. In crafting rhymes for his was surprised at the depth of TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL
annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. composition, Khan noted King’s Highlands Elementary School fifth-grader Sylvia Demeule reads her
essay, poetry and art contest belief in working with others to See MLK, Page 22 essay at the MLK Poetry and Essay Contest Thursday, Jan. 17.

Seton offer
spells relief
for officials
Months of uncertainty for hospitals
ends with bankruptcy bid this week
By Anna Schuessler attempt to purchase the financially-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF beleaguered facilities since the
health care provider filed for Chapter
More than four months after the 11 protection Aug. 31. KPC Group’s
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS operator of the Seton Medical Center $610 million offer serves as an ini-
The body of slain Davis police Officer Natalie Corona arrived at The Pavilion at the University of California, Davis. in Daly City and the Seton Coastside tial “stalking horse bid” to acquire
in Moss Beach filed for bankruptcy, the four facilities, which also include

‘Perfect cop’
a bid to acquire the two facilities is St. Francis and St. Vincent Medical
bringing a wave of relief for county Centers in Southern California,
officials and health care workers according to a press release.
grappling with their uncertain The financial uncertainty looming
future. over Seton Medical Center, Daly
By filing a motion this week ask- City’s largest employer, has
Thousands mourn rookie California officer Natalie Corona ing federal bankruptcy court to weighed heavily for those depending
approve a “stalking horse” bid by on the hospital serving some
By Jocelyn Gecker from across the killed last week in this Northern
KPC Group for four hospitals it oper-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS country packed California college town.
ates, Verity Health revealed the first See SETON, Page 23
into a memorial Corona’s slaying has shocked
DAVIS — A young Natalie service to Davis, which prides itself on
Corona would run around the house
in police gear and loved watching
honor the 22-
y e a r - o l d
being a safe, family-friendly com-
munity anchored by one of the Community center, downtown,
California state’s top universities. The last
the show “Cops. ” She always
knew she wanted to be a police
officer, her sister said Friday.
rookie who was
shot and killed
time a police officer died in the
line of duty in Davis was in 1959.
Firehouse Square under review
By Zachary Clark seniors can be built downtown.
Even before Corona joined the Natalie Corona during a routine Officers lined walkways on the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Building a new Barrett
force a few months ago, she post- traffic stop. campus and saluted as family mem-
Uniformed officers, hats in their bers followed Corona’s casket Community Center is a council
ed a Facebook tribute to the men
white-gloved hands, filled about into the 90-minute service. The Belmont City Council is priority and South San Francisco-
and women who serve and who
8,000 seats at an indoor arena at Colleagues recalled Corona’s set to discuss a handful of note- based Group 4 Architecture has
have died in the line of duty. She
the University of California, vibrant smile, her enthusiasm, worthy development projects, been selected to design it. At the
didn’t know then how much it
Davis, and overflowed into the compassion, dedication and a life- including a new community cen- Jan. 22 meeting, the council will
would touch the world, her father
aisles. Officers from as far as New long dream she had of joining law ter, at its upcoming meeting, and likely give Group 4 the go-ahead
said.
York, Chicago and Boston came to it will also consider zoning to provide needs assessment and
On Friday, family members,
friends and thousands of officers honor the young policewoman amendments so that housing for
See FUNERAL, Page 22 See BELMONT, Page 23
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Thought for the Day


“Life is a foreign language; all men
mispronounce it.”
— Christopher Darlington Morley,
American journalist (1890-1957)

This Day in History


a presidential news conference was

1955 filmed for television and newsreels for


the first time, with the permission of
President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
In 1 8 0 7 , Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was born in
Westmoreland County, Virginia.
In 1 8 0 9 , author, poet and critic Edgar Allan Poe was born
in Boston.
In 1 9 1 5 , Germany carried out its first air raid on Britain
during World War I as a pair of Zeppelins dropped bombs
onto Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn in England.
In 1 9 3 7 , millionaire Howard Hughes set a transcontinen-
tal air record by flying his monoplane from Los Angeles to
Newark, New Jersey, in 7 hours, 28 minutes and 25 seconds.
In 1 9 4 2 , during World War II, Japanese forces captured the
British protectorate of North Borneo. A German submarine
sank the Canadian liner RMS Lady Hawkins off Cape
Hatteras, North Carolina, killing 251 people; 71 survived.
In 1 9 4 4 , the federal government relinquished control of
the nation’s railroads to their owners following settlement
of a wage dispute. REUTERS/SHANNON STAPLETON
In 1 9 5 3 , CBS-TV aired the widely watched episode of “I A message and the colors of the U.S. flag are seen on the U.S. and Mexico border fence at Friendship Park in Tijuana, Mexico.
Love Lucy” in which Lucy Ricardo, played by Lucille Ball,
gave birth to Little Ricky. (By coincidence, Ball gave birth
A squid has 10 tentacles. people. Opened in New York in 1932,
the same day to her son, Desi Arnaz Jr.)
*** Radio City Music Hall completed a $70
In 1 9 6 6 , Indira Gandhi was chosen to be prime minister of
The longest recorded flight of a chick- million restoration in 1999.
India by the National Congress party.
en was 13 seconds. ***
In 1 9 7 7 , President Gerald R. Ford pardoned Iva Toguri *** There are 6,374 miles of streets in New
D’Aquino, an American convicted of treason for making A fortnight is 14 days. York City.
radio broadcasts aimed at demoralizing Allied troops in the
*** ***
Pacific Theater during World War II. (Although she was pop-
People have 32 permanent adult teeth. There are about 7,000 cherries on an
ularly referred to as “Tokyo Rose,” D’Aquino never used that
Dogs have 42 teeth. average tart cherry tree.
name.)
*** ***
In a non-leap year, there are 182 days There are 9,000 taste buds on the
Birthdays before and after July 2, making it the human tongue.
A regulation hockey puck is 1-inch middle day of the year. ***
thick. *** The lifespan of a basketball used for
*** Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) paint- play in the NBA (National Basketball
A goldfish has an average memory ed 321 covers for the “Saturday Evening Association) is 10,000 bounces.
span of three seconds. Post.” He sold his first cover at age 22.
***
*** ***
President William Howard Taft (1857- The deepest point of the Pacific Ocean
There are five different kinds of rhi-
is in the Marianas Trench in the South
noceroses. The African white, African 1930) was the heaviest president. He
Pacific. The depth is 35,838 feet.
black and Sumatran rhinoceroses all weighed 325 pounds.
have two horns. The Indian and Javan *** ***
Singer Dolly Comedian Paul Olympian Shawn rhinos have one horn. Do you know how many acres are in There are 36,000 Chinese food restau-
Parton is 73. Rodriguez is 64. Johnson is 27. *** one square mile? Do you know how rants in the United States. That’s more
It takes six months for a fingernail to many square yards are in one square mile? than the number of burger fast-food fran-
Former U.N. Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar is 99. See answer at end. chises in the country.
grow from base to tip.
Actress Tippi Hedren is 89. Former PBS newsman Robert *** ***
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MacNeil is 88. Movie director Richard Lester is 87. Actor- President Richard Nixon (1913-1994) Elvis Presley’s two-room childhood
Introduced in 1993, the original nine
singer Michael Crawford is 77. Actress Shelley Fabares (fab- Beanie Babies were Chocolate the resigned 784 days after the Watergate home in Tupelo, Mississippi, is visited
RAY’) is 75. Former ABC newswoman Ann Compton is 72. Moose, Cubbie the Bear, Flash the break-in. by more than 50,000 people each year.
TV chef Paula Deen is 72. Rock singer Martha Davis is 68. Dolphin, Legs the Frog, Patti the *** ***
Singer Dewey Bunnell (America) is 67. Actor Desi Arnaz Jr. is Platypus, Pinchers the Lobster, Splash The Titanic was stocked with 1,000 Answer: There are 640 acres in a square
66. Actress Katey Sagal is 65. Conductor Sir Simon Rattle is the Whale, Spot the Dog and Squealer the oyster forks, 1,500 gallons of fresh mile. There are 3,097,600 square yards
64. Reggae musician Mickey Virtue (UB40) is 62. Rock musi- Pig. milk and 2,000 salt shakers. in a square mile.
cian Jeff Pilson (Foreigner) is 61. Actor Paul McCrane is 58. *** ***
Actor William Ragsdale is 58. Basketball coach Jeff Van Barbie is 11 inches tall. Ruth Handler An American dollar bill would have to
Gundy is 57. International Tennis Hall of Famer Stefan Edberg (1917-2002), creator of the Barbie doll, be folded back and forth about 4,000 Know It All is by Kerry McArdle. It runs in
is 53. Rock singer Whitfield Crane (Ugly Kid Joe) is 51. named the doll after her daughter times before it would easily tear. the weekend edition of the Daily Journal.
Questions? Comments? Email
Singer Trey Lorenz is 50. Actor Shawn Wayans is 48. Rock Barbara. *** knowitall(at)smdailyjournal.com or call 344-
singer-musician John Wozniak (Marcy Playground) is 48. *** Radio City Music Hall seats 6,000 5200 ext. 128.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, Jan. 16 Powerball Fantasy Five Saturday : A 20 percent chance of show-
one letter to each square,
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Jan. 16 Super Lotto Plus 0 4 8 night. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New precipitation
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amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
Daily three evening Sunday : Showers likely, mainly before 10am. Mostly
EFYLER cloudy, with a high near 58. South southwest wind around 15
Mega number

6 8 7
mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Chance of precipitation
The Daily Derby race winners are Money Bags, No.11, is 60%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and
in first place; Big Ben, No. 4, in second place; and Solid quarter of an inch possible.
Gold, No. 2, in third place. The race time was clocked Sunday Ni g ht: A 20 percent chance of showers before
GELHIS at 1:48.63. 10pm. Partly cloudy, with a low around 49. Breezy.
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From Broadmoor to Fog City Magic Police reports


No questions asked?
Someone took $11,000 out of a per-
Christian Cagigal is know for combining magic and theater son’s account without the account
owner’s permission on East Hillsdale
By Zachary Clark “The emphasis is not so may or may not do magical things.” “I’m Boulevard in Foster City, it was report-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF much on being amazing always trying to create a slightly haunted feel ed at 7:13 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 10.
but having a good time,” in the room or with the audience.”
San Mateo County native Christian Cagigal he said. “They always Cagigal grew up in Broadmoor Village in
has been performing a unique blend of magic come up with good stuff unincorporated San Mateo County and still BELMONT
and theater for years around the Bay Area. Next that makes me say ‘how did lives there today, though he also lives part Faud. Someone applied for unemployment
week, a magic and comedy festival he co-creat- you come up with that?’” time in New York, where he’s looking to using another person’s information on
ed will kick off in San Francisco, and Cagigal As a magician, Cagigal expand his career in the arts. Oxford Way, it was reported at 1:34 p.m.
is set to host one of its shows. doesn’t often say that These days, Cagigal can also be found lead- Thursday, Jan. 10.
The Fog City Magic Fest, now in its fourth Christian about other acts, as he’s ing haunted walking tours in San Francisco. He Fraud. Someone fraudulently opened a stu-
year, runs Jan. 23-26 at the EXIT Theatre, Cagigal privy to most behind-the- was a co-creator of the Ghost Hunt Walking dent loan using the victim’s information on
where Cagigal has been an artist-in-residence curtain techniques that Tour 20 years ago with a friend and recently Hiller Street, it was reported at 11:32 a.m.
for 12 years. magicians employ. became the owner. Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Cagigal will host the festival’s final show, “To completely fall into the fantasy of a per- “It’s a very successful small business and I
MAGIC SLAM!, on Jan. 26, in which teams formance can be hard, but I can still be fooled thought it was a good way to continue living in BURLINGAME
consisting of two magicians are given three sometimes,” he said. “We love those moments the Bay Area as an artist. It pays my bills,” he
where we’re generally fooled because we don’t Petty theft. Someone shoplifted liquor
secret items, or “ingredients” that they must said. from a store on Howard Avenue, it was
use in an original act. After the “ingredients” get to experience it very often.” It’s the longest running haunted history tour
In addition to the EXIT Theatre, Cagigal has reported at 2:40 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8.
are announced, there is a 30-minute intermis- in San Francisco, he said, where people learn Drug narco ti cs . A man on parole was
sion, during which time the contestants pre- also been an artist-in-residence at a venue in about real historic figures in San Francisco his-
Montreal. He’s performed at venues throughout arrested for possession of narcotics para-
pare their acts, and they’re allowed to incorpo- tory, how they lived and died and the reports of phernalia on Murchinson Drive near
rate whatever other objects or tricks they see fit the San Francisco Bay Area and he’s been a reg- their ensuing hauntings.
ular recipient of various local awards, including Magnolia Avenue, it was reported at 10:33
or to which they have access. “I don’t make it up, I just report,” he said. p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8.
the Best Magician of the Bay Award by the San
“It’s like Iron Chef for magicians,” Cagigal Cagigal said that while Los Angeles, New
Francisco Bay Guardian. His previous shows MILLBRAE
said. “They make up these wonderful elaborate York and Las Vegas are home to the country’s
include “Pandora Experiment,” “Obscura” and
routines and they’re hilarious and the audience largest magic scenes and Chicago is “very Grand theft. Someone stole an Apple
the critically acclaimed “Now and at the Hour,”
knows full well they just came up with the rou- important to magic history,” San Francisco is Macbook Air and two bags from an unlocked
which he performed in major cities across the
tines over the past 30 minutes so they always uniquely popular among magicians. vehicle on 100 El Camino Real, a loss of
country and in Canada.
cheer whether there’s foibles or flaws. It’s great “We’re this little hidden gem in magic and $1, 400. It was reported at 8 p. m.
That solo show, which ran from 2009 to
fun.” when magicians come out and see what’s going Wednesday, Jan. 9.
2015, was about Cagigal’s relationship with
Cagigal chooses the three ingredients that his father, who was a soldier in Vietnam and on they say ‘yeah this is real innovative stuff Burg l ary v ehi cl e. Someone forced entry
the contestants must use. Last year, those returned home with post-traumatic stress disor- coming out of this place,’” he said. into a vehicle and stole a laptop bag with a
ingredients were a pod of Tide detergent, a bag der and schizophrenia. The show followed a The Fog City Magic Fest runs from Jan. 23- laptop and passport inside on 200
of week-old kale and a headshot of Cagigal series of vignettes from Cagigal’s life, and 26 at EXIT THEATRE in San Francisco. Visit Broadway, it was reported at 8 p. m.
taken 15 years ago. One magician, for exam- also incorporated magic and mentalism, or magic-pass.brownpapertickets.com for tick- Wednesday, Jan. 9.
ple, tore up that headshot and later brought it mind reading. ets.
back, fully intact. Another magician had a “My shows are usually presented as a story or
member of the audience sign one of the pods of piece of theater where it’s less about me show-
detergent and then made it appear in the bag of ing off my magic powers and more about creat-
kale. ing a feeling of magic energy in the room,” he
There are four judges who also participate in said, adding that his performances are also
the antics and a variety act will take the stage known for including “weird old antiques that
during the intermission.
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Report of man accosting been involved in the stabbing on San
boy at school unfounded
Local briefs
Shell boulevards, according to the city.
Mateo Avenue. He was located nearby
and arrested, according to police. State starts to dry out
The report of a man suspected of try- The pilot begins following a year of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ing to accost a boy in a Millbrae ele- discussion with the community and City Bay Area at 85-95
mentary school bathroom Jan. 11 has Council. percent normal rainfall LOS ANGELES — Thoroughly saturated and muddied
no merit, the Sheriff’s Office Restrictions will be in effect during California was drying out and cleaning up Friday in the
announced Friday. the peak evening commute hours from 4 The National Weather Service on aftermath of Pacific storms that dumped heavy rain and
The incident was reported to have p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday to Friday, Friday reported the Bay Area has snow throughout the state.
taken place at Green Hills Elementary except for major holidays. The program reached 85 to 95 percent of normal For the first time in days sunlight poked through clouds
School in the morning of Jan. 11. trial will be three months. The left turn rainfall for this point in the season. trailing the latest weather system, which was impacting the
However, the report was determined to traffic light arrows at these specific At the start of January, the Bay Area Rocky Mountains region as it headed east.
be unfounded, according to the San intersections will remain red during the was at about 60 to 65 percent of normal The storms deepened the Sierra Nevada snowpack, a key
Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. restricted time period, according to the rainfall, according to the National part of California’s water supply, but officials warned of
School security had never been city. Weather Service. backcountry avalanche danger.
breached and the school and communi- The pilot program seeks to address an As of Thursday, Santa Rosa was at 93 The drought-plagued state received rainfall totals that
ty were not at risk, according to the influx of regional cut-through traffic as percent of normal rainfall with 17.12 meteorologists termed “impressive” but the deluge also left
Sheriff’s Office. motorists seek an alternative to gridlock inches of rainfall year-to-date com- muddy messes that kept some roads closed due to flooding
at Highway 101 and State Route 92. Go pared to a normal year-to-date of 18.35 and the danger of rock falls in canyons.
State jobless rate rises to 4.2 to fostercity.org/trafficreliefpilotpro- inches. The state, however, avoided a repeat of the disaster that
gram for more information. Questions San Francisco was at 91 percent of hit the community of Montecito a little over a year ago
percent, county holds steady or concerns about the Traffic Relief Pilot normal rainfall with 10.28 inches of when a downpour on a wildfire burn scar unleashed deadly
California’s unemployment rate rose Program should be directed to Public rainfall year-to-date compared to a nor- debris flows.
slightly to 4.2 percent in December Works Director Norm Dorais at (650) mal year-to-date of 11.33 inches. Lifting of evacuation orders allowed residents to return to
while San Mateo County’s rate remained 286-3270 or San Jose was at 87 percent of normal various areas, including portions of Malibu scarred by a
steady at 2 percent, according to data trafficrelief@fostercity.org. rainfall with 5.90 inches of rainfall huge November wildfire that stripped vegetation from sur-
released Friday by the state Employment year-to-date compared to a normal year- rounding mountains.
Development Department. Man arrested for to-date of 6.79 inches. “The potential for falling rocks, mud and debris flow still
The county held onto the lowest unem- attempted murder Fire district purchases
exists and residents should maintain good situational
ployment rate in the state, with both awareness when re-entering the area,” a city statement said.
A San Bruno man was arrested for stab-
Marin and San Francisco counties not far
bing another man on the 500 block of house next to fire station A Malibu hiker was critically injured by a boulder on
behind and also holding steady with a Thursday and more than a dozen people, mostly homeless
rate of 2.2 percent, according to the San Mateo Avenue Thursday night, The Menlo Park Fire Protection were rescued from swollen Southern California rivers. At
EDD. according to police. District announced Thursday the pur- least six deaths were reported statewide during the stormy
At about 11:30 p.m., police responded chase of a one-story, two-bedroom weather. Causes ranged from falling trees to traffic acci-
The state Employment Development to a report that an unidentified man had
Department said Friday that employers single family dwelling for $941,000 dents.
struck him in the back and walked away. in the Belle Haven area of Menlo Park. Others narrowly avoided harm.
added 24,500 nonfarm payroll jobs last He walked into a nearby business and
month. California has now gained a The house, located at 1457 Chilco In Echo Park, a hilly neighborhood on the edge of down-
learned he had actually been stabbed in St., is 790 square feet and is directly town Los Angeles, Michael Osborne was asleep when a wall
total of 3,097,600 jobs since the eco- the back. He was transported to the hos-
nomic expansion began in February of next door to Fire Station 77 at 1467 of mud came crashing into the home next door before dawn
pital for wounds that were not life threat- Chilco St. Thursday.
2010. ening. Fire Chief Harold Schapelhouman “I heard someone rummaging through the recycling cans
Investigation led officers to the 400
Foster City to begin block of Angus Avenue where they
said in a statement released Thursday outside and then I just heard an enormous crash and multiple
the house will be used as an office and car-alarms went off,” the actor and filmmaker said Friday.
traffic relief pilot program learned Oscar SananCastro, 26, had base of operations. “It felt kind of apocalyptic,” he added. “It was pitch black
A traffic relief pilot program to address allegedly threatened to kill two of his During the last 12 years, the Menlo and I had just woken up from the crash and I didn’t know
cut-through traffic in Foster City will neighbors while charging at them with Park Fire Protection District has pur- what was going on.”
begin Feb. 11 and will restrict left-turn knives in his hands, according to chased homes and properties next to The mudflow blocked the front door of Osborne’s duplex
and U-turn movements from East police. six of its seven fire stations, accord- and he and his upstairs neighbors had to force it open, but
Hillsdale Boulevard at Edgewater and There, police learned he had allegedly ing to the release. he said the home appeared otherwise undamaged.

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6 Weekend • Jan 19-20, 2019 LOCAL/STATE THE DAILY JOURNAL

L.A. teachers’ strike


continues amid talks
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS drenched the city. Overall attendance
fell to 83,900 students on Thursday.
LOS ANGELES — Teachers picket- With state funding dependent on
ed and rallied Friday as a strike against attendance, student absences cost the
the giant Los Angeles Unified School district about $97 million over four
District extended to a fifth day with a days, the district said. At the same
Ro y Cl o ud El ementary new round of contract negotiations time, it doesn’t have to spend about
Scho o l in Redwood City received a underway. $10 million a day on teacher pay.
$7,000 grant from the Allstate Drums, whistles, shouts and honks The union representing principals
Foundation, as part of the insurance from supportive motorists echoed urged LA Unified to close schools
agency's charitable effort to benefit through downtown as groups of until the strike is over. If the district
local education. teachers and backers walked to a rally can’t close the campuses, Associated
*** Students and staff at North Star Academy in Redwood City formally that drew thousands to Grand Park Administrators of Los Angeles asked
St. Duns tan Catho l i c celebrated the school's recognition as a National Blue Ribbon School by near City Hall. for additional resources for principals
Scho o l , in Millbrae, St. raising a flag awarded by the U.S. Department of Education for academic Negotiations between United who have helped keep schools run-
Vero ni ca’s , in South San excellence. Teachers Los Angeles and the district ning while teachers walk picket
Francisco, and Sunny brae resumed before noon. The talks lines.
El ementary Scho o l , in San initiative operated by the Co l l eg e children to walk and bike to their
o f San Mateo , county Office of campus. The money will be used to organized by Mayor Eric Garcetti’s In response, Superintendent Austin
Mateo, received donations from office began Thursday afternoon and Beutner acknowledged the adminis-
Wells Fargo to purchase athletic Education and county probation provide bike and pedestrian safety
department, earned a Golden Bell education, school safety kits, bike didn’t break until after midnight. trators’ sacrifices but said LAUSD
equipment as part of the bank’s annu- “Bargaining teams from UTLA and schools must remain open to provide
al Step Up To The Plate program. award for providing educational helmets and safety presentations to
guidance to incarcerated youth. surrounding communities. LAUSD had a productive day of con- a safe place for students.
*** tract negotiations,” the mayor’s All 1,240 K-12 schools in the dis-
Ro o s ev el t El ementary Project Change offers students in ***
juvenile hall an opportunity to earn Seventh-graders at Sandpi per office said in brief statement. trict were open — a departure from
Scho o l in Burlingame hosted 25 The mayor does not have authority successful strikes in other states that
principals and administrators from college credits while incarcerated, Scho o l in Redwood Shores cele-
then guides them to the College of brated Veteran’s Day by learning over the Los Angeles Unified School emboldened the LA union to act.
Utah last month as part of the 21st District but has sought to help both
San Mateo, where they can receive about the war in regards to its histo- The union rejected the district’s lat-
Century Exemplar Schools pro- sides reach an agreement.
ongoing educational support. The ry, the soldiers’ experience, the est offer to hire nearly 1,200 teach-
gram, which recognizes academic Union President Alex Caputo-Pearl
Golden Bell, granted by the war’s impact on the nation and how ers, counselors, nurses and librarians
excellence. earlier tempered expectations for an
California School Board it ended, among other aspects. and to reduce class sizes by two stu-
During their trip, officials learned immediate resolution, noting that
Association, recognizes outstand- The Child Care Coordinating dents. It also included a previously
from Pri nci pal Matt Pav ao bargaining had gone on for 21
ing public programs for innova- Council of San Mateo County rec- proposed 6 percent raise over the first
about Roosevelt’s program focus- months before the strike and key dif-
tion, sustainability and best prac- ognized during a recent celebration two years of a three-year contract. The
ing on applying problem-solving ferences remained.
tices. the careers of Lupe Duran, a union wants a 6.5 percent hike at the
approaches to different subject mat-
*** teacher in the San Bruno Park Clashes over pay, class sizes and start of a two-year contract.
ters, as well as real world issues.
The county Offi ce of El ementary Scho o l Di s tri ct; support-staff levels in the district District officials have said teacher
Roosevelt Elementary School is
Educati o n received a $100,000 Mary anne Patters o n, the coun- with 640,000 students led to its first demands could bankrupt the school
one of three Bay Area campuses
grant from the state Office of Traffic ty’s Office of Education’s State strike in 30 years and prompted the system. Beutner has urged the teach-
which was recognized as an exem-
Safety to improve transportation Preschool manager; and Ruth staffing of classrooms with substitute ers to join him in pushing for more
plary school.
for 10 local schools. The grant is a Pi nkus -Res ni ck, an early child- teachers and administrators. funding from the state, which pro-
***
Project Change, a collaborative function of the Safe Routes to hood language development expert Parents and children have joined vides 90 percent of the district’s
School initiative, which encourages with the county Office of Education. the protests despite heavy rain that money.
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Around the state
Appeals court upholds California
climate change measure
Trump plans announcement
on shutdown, border Saturday
SAN FRANCISCO — A U.S. appeals court
has again rejected a challenge by the oil and
gas industry to a key part of California’s
efforts to fight climate change.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals on Friday unanimously THE ASSOCIATED PRESS end to the shutdown, they will not negotiate until the government
upheld the state’s 2015 low carbon fuel stan- according to one of the reopens, raising questions about how Trump
dard requiring fuel producers to reduce green- WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump people. They were not might move the ball forward.
house gas emissions. said he’ll be making a “major announcement” authorized to discuss the White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee
State officials recently amended the stan- on the government shutdown and the southern announcement and spoke Sanders said only that Trump was “going to
dard to mandate a 20 percent reduction by border on Saturday afternoon as the standstill on condition of anonymi- continue fighting for border security” and
2030 in the carbon output of fuels used for over his border wall continues into its fifth ty. “going to continue looking for the solution”
transportation in California. week. The move — on Day 28 to end what the administration had repeatedly
Fuel producers argued that the standard dis- The White House declined to provide details of a shutdown that has left referred to as a “humanitarian and national
criminates against some producers. late Friday about what the president would be Donald Trump hundreds of thousands of security crisis at the border.”
The 9th Circuit in previously rejected a announcing. But Trump was not expected to federal workers without While few would argue that a humanitarian
similar challenge. It said Friday that sign the national emergency declaration he’s paychecks — represents the first major over- crisis is unfolding at the U.S.-Mexico border,
California had attempted to address a vitally been threatening as an option to circumvent ture by the president since Jan. 8, when he as the demand for entry by migrants and the
important environmental issue. Congress, according to two people familiar delivered an Oval Office address making the Trump administration’s hardline response
with the planning. public case for his border wall. The president overwhelm border resources, critics say Trump
California governor skips historic Instead, Trump was expected to propose the and his aides have said he will not budge on has dramatically exaggerated the security
mansion for suburban home outlines of a new deal that the administration his demand for $5.7 billion in funding. risks and argue that a wall would do little to
believes could potentially pave the way to an Democrats have panned the number and said solve existing problems.
SACRAMENTO — California’s new gover-
nor won’t be living in the historic governor’s
mansion after all.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and his family moved
into the recently remodeled 142-year-old
Chicago cop to prison for shooting
Victorian mansion as he took office earlier this THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for each bullet fired at Laquan McDonald. also a fraction of what Van Dyke could have
month. Attorneys on both sides agreed that if he faced had he been convicted of first-degree
But The Sacramento Bee reported Friday that CHICAGO — The white Chicago officer behaves in prison, the 40-year-old could be murder, which carried a mandatory minimum
the family plans to move to a $3.7 million, six- who gunned down a black teenager in 2014 released in less than three and a half years. of 45 years in prison.
bedroom house in a Sacramento suburb. The was sentenced Friday to McDonald’s family lamented that the Judges typically rebuke defendants during
newspaper cited property records showing the nearly seven years in penalty was too light. His great uncle said sentencings, even for much lesser crimes,
family bought the Fair Oaks home in December. prison, ending an explo- the sentence reduced Laquan McDonald’s life and they often explain why they imposed
Newsom spokesman Nathan Click described sive case that arose from to that of “a second-class citizen” and “sug- the sentence they did. But Judge Vincent
the 12,000 square-foot home as “more kid- one of the nation’s most gests to us that there are no laws on the Gaughan did neither in his brief comments
friendly” for the four Newsom children, all under graphic dashcam videos books for a black man that a white man is from the bench.
age 10. and added fuel to debates bound to honor.” Friday’s testimony came a day after a dif-
They have been the first gubernatorial chil- about race and policing The sentence was less than half of the ferent judge acquitted three officers accused
dren to live in the historic mansion, even tem- and law enforcement’s penalty that had been sought by prosecu- of lying about the shooting to protect Van
porarily, since former Gov. Jerry Brown’s sis- Jason Van Dyke “code of silence.” tors, who asked for 18 to 20 years. But it Dyke, who was the first Chicago officer
ter, Kathleen, lived there as a teenager while Jason Van Dyke was went far beyond the request of defense attor- found guilty in an on-duty shooting in a
their father, Pat Brown, was governor in the convicted last year of second-degree murder neys, who argued that Van Dyke could be half century and probably the first ever in
1960s. and 16 counts of aggravated battery — one released on probation. The prison term was the shooting of an African-American.
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Pelosi cancels trip, cites Trump ‘leak’ Paul’s lawyers want


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — The allegation, if true, was extraordinary:


The White House, in leaking the travel plans of members of
“There are public back and forths,” he
said, citing relations between past presi-
dents and House speakers. “But this kind of
tensions, preventing the speaker from vis-
his political views
Congress, put the safety of the speaker of the House in jeopardy.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday canceled her plans to travel
by commercial plane to visit U.S. troops in Afghanistan, say-
ing President Donald Trump had caused a security risk by talking
iting the troops and the speaker suggesting
the White House leaked information about a
crucial flight, this is one more example of
where Trumpism brings us into new territo-
excluded from trial
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
about the trip. The White House said there was no such leak. ry.”
But it was the latest turn — and potentially the most danger- Nancy Pelosi The political stakes are high as the shut- LOUISVILLE, Ky. — U.S. Sen. Rand Paul never shies away
ous — in the high-stakes brinkmanship between Trump and down moves into a fifth week, with hun- from speaking his mind, but his attorneys are asking a Kentucky
Pelosi, playing out against the stalled negotiations over how to dreds of thousands of federal workers going without pay and no judge to make the Republican lawmaker’s political beliefs off-
end the partial government shutdown. outward signs of resolution. limits at his upcoming trial against the neighbor who tackled
And it showed once again the willingness of the former hard- Trump is demanding money from Congress to build his long- him while he was doing yard work at his
charging businessman to hit hard when challenged, as he was promised border wall with Mexico. But Congress has not home.
earlier this week when Pelosi suggested postponing his State of approved the funds. That’s fine with the neighbor’s attorney,
the Union address during the shutdown. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders stressed the impor- who’s pushing back against a second request
Julian Zelizer, a professor of history and public affairs at tance of a looming Tuesday deadline to process paychecks, when from Paul’s team: to also refrain from talk of
Princeton University, said it “gives new meaning” to tensions the government will need to decide if workers get another round the senator’s lawn-maintenance habits.
between the executive and legislative branches. of zeroes on Friday’s payday. Paul suffered multiple broken ribs in the
2017 attack, and the neighbor, Rene
Boucher, pleaded guilty to assaulting a
member of Congress. Paul sued Boucher,
Rand Paul and a jury trial set for Jan. 28 in Bowling
Green, Kentucky, will determine the amount
of damages the senator can receive.
Paul’s legal team says his political beliefs are “irrelevant” to
the trial, noting Boucher has said the attack had nothing to do
with politics.
“Any reference to Senator Paul’s detailed political positions
could only serve to alienate potential jurors who do not share his
beliefs,” Paul’s lawyers said in a recent pretrial motion.
“Accordingly, the court should exclude any mention of Senator
Paul’s political ideology from this trial.”
Boucher’s attorney, Matt Baker, said Friday he agrees that
Paul’s political views are irrelevant to the trial.
A hearing on the motion by Paul’s lawyers is scheduled next
week before Special Judge Tyler Gill.
Paul, who ran for president in 2016 and is now in his second
Senate term, rose to political prominence as a favorite of tea
party supporters.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Weekend • Jan 19-20, 2019 9


The stress of school Get the picture?
will result in a
By Shavonne Lin lower GPA, not get-

I
ting into college, got into photography over 40 years ago, after
receiving an SLR (single-lens reflex) camera for

I
t seems to me that my entire life and not getting a
is centered around school. I pull job. It means not Christmas. I still have that camera, although these
myself out of bed at 6 a.m. My being able to keep days I prefer digital photography to film. When I began
days are filled with napping on the bus, up with peers, fail- walking through and writing about Redwood City I initial-
sitting in my seat taking notes, study- ing a test or bomb- ly used my phone camera to document my findings, but I
ing instead of eating during lunch, ing a presentation. quickly realized that I needed more capabilities than my
more sitting in class, going home and But why do I phone could provide. Thus, I started carrying a digital
doing homework. Every weekday is the think this way? It’s only one grade. college, graduate and find a stable SLR. I take a lot of pictures on my walks — I’ve accumu-
same. I spend weekends holed up in my But it is also something I earn job. If you’re able to achieve this, lated almost 14,000 so far — most of which are to simply
room, studying. Sometimes I wonder if through hours of hard work, listening congratulations, you are a successful record what does, or once did, exist. I learned from experi-
there is more to my life than just trying and participating in class, digesting person. If not, well, you are a failure. ence that whenever a new development project is pro-
to get into college. the information, reading the text- This is drilled into the minds of stu- posed I should quickly photo-
Humans are afraid to fail. book, self studying, test taking, dents since childhood. There is no graph the site as it currently is,
Sometimes our fear of failure can be a essay writing, mental breakdowns, alternative. preserving its memory in the
good thing; it motivates us to work crying, asking for help, pulling all- Students today are getting less event that the project is built.
harder. To avoid such failure, I am nighters etc. It is an embodiment of sleep (I sleep on average six hours, Ideally, I’d love to have a full
willing to stay up all night to finish how hard I work, how much I care, and compared to the eight hours that I am set of images of all of Redwood
my homework, take AP classes and the effort I am willing to put in to supposed to get). We are more anxious City, much like Google Street
pay attention in class. Other times, reach my goal. A lot of time and effort and stressed. Increased teen suicide View provides. I sometimes call
we let our fear of failure keep us from goes into maintaining those grades. and depression rates show us the up Street View when doing
I remember when I was back in ele- effects of the ideals that society has research, but those photos don’t
trying new things, taking on new
mentary school, where my teachers placed on students. You have to get always have enough detail, and
challenges and reaching our goals. It
would tell us to dream big. You can be good grades, and you have to go to often don’t provide the perspec-
hurts us by keeping us from reaching
anything you want, they said, whether college, they tell us. There is no other tives I needed. And even though
our full potential.
it is an astronaut or president of the way to be successful. And that keeps Google now has people with Greg Wilson
When I see a bad score, why do I
United States, as long as you work students from achieving our full backpack-mounted camera rigs
feel so dejected, drained of motivation
hard enough for it. Students today potential, because we spend our entire walking through areas inaccessible to cars, there remain
to keep going, and most of all, so sad
have no time to dream big, instead lives trying to follow this path countless paths yet to be covered. Thus, their photo-
that I can’t even function? It is
they have to think realistically. There instead of making our own. graphs are almost never a substitute for my own.
because I am so afraid of failing, even
is little room for creativity and inno- Unfortunately, I cannot possibly photograph all of
if that means getting one bad grade,
vation in the classrooms of today, Redwood City, much less other communities such as San
because to me it symbolizes so much Shav onne Lin is a junior at San Mateo
because most of the time is dedicated Carlos or Menlo Park. Thus, my photo library is heavy on
more than that. High School. Student News appears in
to memorizing information or doing projects under construction and existing conditions at
One of my worst fears is failure. sites slated for development.
What does failure mean to a Bay Area what other people tell us to do. the week end edition. You can email
Today in society, they tell us to go Student News at news@smdaily jour- My camera, and Google, aren’t the only source of useful
high school student? Most likely it images, of course. Old photographs, such as can be
means getting one bad grade, which to school, get good grades, get into nal.com. obtained through the Redwood City Public Library or the
San Mateo County Historical Society, can be tremendous-
Letters to the editor ly valuable research tools. The main trouble with most
historical photographs is that the photographer’s intent
frequently doesn’t exactly match your need. Sometimes,
PG&E executives must pay jobs and allowed the above to occur. tion of sexual harassment which though, you get lucky. I once was writing about grocery
Their longtime coziness with PG&E would allow schools to exclude much stores that had been located in downtown Redwood City,
Editor, along with a seven-year term led to of the abuse that students experience and wanted to see what they had looked like. In the
Executives must not be allowed to laxness and negligence — frequent
leave taking their salaries and retire- along with limiting when schools Redwood City volume from the “Images of America” series
rate hikes with no accountability, no of books I came across a great photo of a post-World War
ment benefits with them. Each must will respond. 
demand for proper paperwork show- II parade down Broadway that just happens to show both a
be stripped of title, salaries and bene- ing the work was done, equipment not If passed as now stated in the pro-
Lucky and a Safeway market. Although those storefronts
fits. Each must be charged, convicted maintained and replaced and allowing posal, it will be harder for students to
weren’t what the photographer was aiming to capture,
and sent to prison for their role in the falsification of safety records to go come forward with complaints of sex- their presence in the background served my purpose.
recent fires. They suspended share- on undetected. ual harassment or assault, thereby Photographs don’t have to be especially old to be use-
holder dividends for 2018 received These individuals must not go losing their ability to obtain support ful, of course. For instance, I took “before” images of the
a rate hike and gave themselves a unpunished. They must be removed to recover from harassment and/or buildings that were removed to make way for the four-
multimillion dollar raise. Acting from their positions and charged with story office building under construction at Broadway and
abuse.
together and individually, they they gross negligence and failure to pro- Jefferson Avenue. When that building is complete, I’ll
chose to ignore needed replacement of Comments regarding this proposed
tect ratepayers and carry out their likely write about it, and I’ll be able to remind people that
aging and failing equipment, delayed duties as employees of the  state. The rule are being accepted through Jan.
before it was constructed, the site was home to
maintenance on other equipment, put free ride on the gravy train must end. 28. Visit regulations.gov to voice Powerhouse Gym, a tanning salon and a travel agency.
off needed tree trimming and brush your opinion. The rule is entitled This week I took what may well become “before” photo-
removal and failed to map out fire Leota McLean Nondiscrimination on the Basis of graphs of two proposed project sites. One is at 2821 El
zones. They made all the decisions Redwood City Sex in Education Programs or Camino Real, next door to the now-closed Eco Green Auto
leading to the fires. If all had been Activities Receiving Federal Clean car wash. There are plans to replace this small sin-
done the fires may not have beeen as Financial Assistance, under the cate- gle-story block building, which until recently was an
bad, may not have even started. They Comment on Title IX Enterprise Rent-a-Car outlet, with a 67-unit apartment
gory EDUCATION. The American
claimed committed to customer safety Editor, building for low-income earners, for homeless or at-risk
Association of University Women is veterans, and for homeless or at-risk individuals with
yet allowed safety records to be falsi- Students should be protected from
fied for five years prior to the fires. sexual harassment and violence. Title strongly opposed to this proposed mental illness. Construction should begin early this year,
We can’t believe or trust Pacific Gas IX, of the Education Amendments of rule. and I’ll write about it when it does — armed with my
and Electric and we cannot trust the 1972, was put in place to provide recent photographs of what is there today.
California Public Utilities such protections. The U.S. Ann Fleishman The second project is being planned for a couple of
Commission. The CPUC must share Department of Education wants to San Carlos parcels that share a block with our local Planned
the blame. They failed to do their alter Title IX by narrowing the defini- Parenthood clinic. The building that formerly housed John
Bentley’s restaurant, the single-story office building at
the corner of El Camino Real and East Selby Lane, and all
OUR MISSION: of the parking areas between and behind them, along with
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for one residential parcel behind all of those, may soon be
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. replaced with a Sunrise Senior Living facility. For posteri-
By combining local news and sports coverage, ty, I spent time taking pictures of what is there today,
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, after which I then took pictures of the nearby Chantilly
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality restaurant building. Chantilly closed in early 2017, and a
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County. few months later crews began remodeling the building for
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we a new high-end steakhouse. That remodeling stalled some-
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer
choose to reflect the diverse character of this time in 2018, however. From my visit the project appears
Dave Newlands, Production Manager INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: dynamic and ever-changing community.
Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman to have been abandoned.
Will Nacouzi, Production Assistant Jim Clifford Talia Fine If and when the steakhouse ever opens, or the Senior
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events
Brooke Hanshaw Robert Hutchinson SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM Living facility, or the affordable housing project, I’ll be
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REPORTERS: Gary Whitman
Terry Bernal, Zachary Clark, Anna Schuessler twitter.com/smdailyjournal meantime, I’ll continue to photograph what I see as I walk,
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events Online edition at scribd.com/smdailyjournal for use both now and at some point in the future. Whether all
of my pictures are actually worth a thousand words, well, I
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Stocks keep climbing as hopes


for a US-China trade deal rise
By Marley Jay complaints that China steals tech-
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS nology from foreign companies.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 24,450.22
Stocks sank in late 2018 as
Low: 24,459.03 investors worried that global eco-
NEW YORK — Stocks in the
Close: 24,706.35 nomic growth, and U.S. growth in
U.S. and Europe jumped Friday as
renewed hopes for progress in Change: +336.25 particular, would slow significant-
trade talks between the U.S. and OTHER INDEXES ly. Threats including the U.S.-
China helped the markets finish China trade dispute, rising interest
S&P 500: 2670.71 +34.75
the week with another strong rates in the U.S., slowing growth
NYSE Index: 12151.78 +157.24 in China and Europe, and unstable
gain.
Nasdaq: 7157.23 +72.76 political situations like Brexit all
Indexes jumped after Bloomberg
News reported that China’s gov- NYSE MKT: 2479.23 +6.84 made it seem like 2019 could be a
ernment offered to buy more goods Russell 2000: 1482.50 +15.25 disappointing year and some
and services from the U.S., poten- Wilshire 5000: 27,617.24 +350.79 investors felt a recession was a
tially eliminating its trade deficit possibility.
10-Yr Bond: 2.78 +0.03
by 2024. For investors, the But now they’re starting to
Oil (per barrel): 53.70 +1.63
encouraging news on trade builds think it won’t get that bad. There
on recent positive signs for the Gold : 1,280.20 -0.94 are signs trade talks are progress-
U. S. economy and indications ing. The U.S. economy doesn’t
from the Federal Reserve that it Over the last few days investors Martin said the Federal Reserve four weeks in a row was in early appear to have slowed much and
will be patient when considering grew steadily more hopeful the has also made a big contribution 2009, in the wake of the financial China is working to perk up its
future interest rate hikes. U.S. and China are narrowing their to the rally. crisis, according to LPL Financial economy. Resolving the trade dis-
The Dow Jones Industrial differences over trade. On The S&P 500 climbed 34. 75 Senior Market Strategist Ryan pute would also resolve an obsta-
Average is up 5.9 percent and the Wednesday the Chinese govern- points, or 1. 3 percent, to Detrick. cle to growth for the global econ-
S&P 500 index has risen 6.5 per- ment said the top trade envoys 2, 670. 71. The Dow jumped The U.S. trade imbalance with omy and corporate profits. The
cent so far this year, a surprising- from both countries will meet at 336.25 points, or 1.4 percent, to China has been a source of con- S&P 500, the main benchmark for
ly strong showing coming off a the end of January. 24,706.35. The Nasdaq composite stant complaints from President U. S. stocks, fell 19. 8 percent
punishing end to 2018. “What you can see that is signif- added 72.76 points, or 1 percent, Donald Trump. That deficit grew to from late September to late
icant is that both sides are try- to 7,157.23. a record $323.3 billion in 2018, December and has recovered more
Technology and industrial com-
ing, ” said Tom Martin, senior Stock indexes have surged since and eliminating it could mean hun- than half of those losses.
panies made some of the top
portfolio manager of Globalt reaching a low point on Christmas dreds of billions of dollars in
gains, while banks rose after Trucking and logistics company
Investments. “Everybody feels Eve, as the S&P 500 has risen for increased sales for U.S. compa-
around round of solid fourth-quar- J.B. Hunt Transportation jumped
like they’ve now made their four weeks in a row. It climbed 2.9 nies. The two countries have
ter earnings reports. Oil and cop- 6.2 percent to $106.11 and rail-
point” after the two nations spent percent this week. It’s risen at raised taxes on billions of dollars
per prices rose, while gold and road company Kansas City
most of 2018 staking out posi- least 1.9 percent every week dur- of each other’s goods in the spat
bond prices fell. Those are all Southern climbed 6.1 percent to
tions and occasionally making ing that rally. The last time the over the trade deficit, Beijing’s
signs traders felt more optimistic $110.52 after their fourth-quarter
threats. index rose at least 1.5 percent for manufacturing plans, and U. S.
about global economic growth. reports.

Telsa cuts jobs to make affordable car


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS driven by its ability to sell higher priced vehi-
cles in North America. Tesla dominates that
Tesla will cut 7 percent of its workforce as it market, but it wants to make electric vehicles
tries to lower prices and break out of the for the masses.
niche-car market to produce an electric vehicle And while preliminary numbers indicate
that more people can afford. another profitable quarter ahead, Musk said it
Tesla’s cheapest model right now is the appears to be a smaller.
$44,000 Model 3, and it needs to broaden its Shares tumbled 11 percent Friday.
customer base to survive. It has been Tesla’s long-held goal to get a
“Looking ahead at our mission of accelerat- less-expensive, mid-range Tesla Model 3 on
ing the advent of sustainable transport and the road.
energy, which is important for all life on “Starting around May, we will need to deliv-
Earth, we face an extremely difficult chal- er at least the mid-range Model 3 variant in all
lenge: making our cars, batteries and solar markets, as we need to reach more customers
products cost-competitive with fossil fuels,” who can afford our vehicles,” Musk said in the
CEO Elon Musk said in a letter to staff. “While letter.
we have made great progress, our products are The key for Tesla is producing an entry-
still too expensive for most people.” level car in the mid-$30,000 range, which
Tesla had boosted its payroll significantly would put it in direct competition with major
to meet production goals, but then cut its staff automakers.
by 9 percent in June. The company delivered Tesla announced Friday it will cut 7 percent of its workforce as a way to lower to price of the
Even as Tesla struggles to produce a more
more than 245,000 electric cars and SUVs last company’s electric cars.
mainstream vehicle, many industry analysts
year, nearly as many as all previous years still see the company as the one to beat, even The U.S. had put into place a $7,500 tax The average price for a vehicle in the U.S. is
combined. But it still fell far short of a goal with the world’s biggest automakers now fully incentive for people to buy electric cars, but around $37,000, and Musk set the goal of get-
set nearly three years ago of manufacturing engaged in the pursuit of an electric car. President Donald Trump and other ting into that range early in his tenure, said
500,000 vehicles for the year. “While EV competition is accelerating, we Republicans consider the credit a waste of tax- Maryann Keller, a veteran auto analyst and
Musk said in October that Tesla Inc., based believe Tesla continues to lead the industry as payer money and want it eliminated. That principal at Maryann Keller and Associates.
in Palo Alto, California, had 45,000 employ- it moves Model 3 price point towards $35k incentive was reduced to $3,750 this month “That’s what the expectation is for people
ees. The 7 percent cut would mean that about while most competitors remain engaged in an and it will be cut to nothing by the end of the that were buying the Model 3, that it would be
3,150 people will lose their jobs. EV negative margin sum game at higher price year. somewhere between $35-45,000,” Keller
Tesla posted a $311 million quarterly profit points,” wrote Jefferies analyst Philippe Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., the chairman said. “The only way he can get that price to
in October, only its third profitable quarter in Houchois. of the Senate Environment and Public Works that affordable level is by addressing the cost
eight years as a public company. Yet producing a more affordable car has only Committee who introduced legislation in issues.”
Musk acknowledged that the profit was grown more difficult. October to abolish the tax credit, said it would And Tesla has been doing so in a number of
save about $20 billion over the next 10 years. ways.
He has argued the market for electric vehi- This week, Musk said Tesla is shutting
cles is already established and “no longer down its customer referral program, which
needs the crutch of government assistance.” offered at least six months of free charging for
Gas prices, however, have been inching a new car.
closer to $2 per gallon as oil prices fall, “As Tesla attempts to transition from a
which makes the hurdle for electric car makers niche brand to a volume, mainstream
that much higher. automaker, it is facing the same hurdles every
To counter the fading tax incentive, Tesla other established car company must clear, said
this month cut the price on each of its three Karl Brauer, executive publisher, Autotrader
models by $2,000. and Kelley Blue Book. “First and foremost
Its shares tumbled. among those, a right-sized, efficient work-
“Tesla has only been producing cars for force that can produce vehicles at a consis-
about a decade and we’re up against massive, tent, sustainable profit.”
entrenched competitors,” Musk said Friday.
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Accuracy of Buzzfeed report on Trump, Cohen disputed
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tiple witnesses tion of docu- make clear what The extraordinary statement
from the Trump ments and testi- he’s disputing,” from Mueller’s office came after
WASHINGTON — Special coun- Org a n i z a t i o n mony obtained Smith said. Democrats had vowed to investi-
sel Robert Mueller’s office on and internal by this office, Immedi at el y gate whether the report was true,
Friday issued a rare public state- c o m p a n y reg ardi n g after the special calling that possibility a “concern
ment disputing the accuracy of emails, text M i c h a e l counsel’s state- of the greatest magnitude.” House
BuzzFeed News’ report that said messages, and a Cohen’s con- ment was issued, intelligence committee Chairman
President Donald Trump’s attorney cache of other gressional testi- Trump retweeted Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and House
told Mueller that the president documents.” mony are not several posts Judiciary Committee Chairman
directed him to lie to Congress. Robert Mueller The report Donald Trump accurate.” Michael Cohen that called the Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., both said
BuzzFeed, citing two unidenti- said Cohen then Buzzfeed story fake news. they would probe BuzzFeed’s
fied law enforcement officials, acknowledged Trump’s instructions spokesman Matt Mittenthal said Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, account. Some Democrats even said
reported that Trump directed when he was interviewed by the the publication stands by its tweeted: “I commend Bob Mueller’s that if the report were true, then
Michael Cohen to lie to Congress Mueller team. reporting and to “stay tuned” as office for correcting the BuzzFeed Trump should be impeached.
about a Moscow real estate project The statement by Mueller’s they worked to determine what false story that Pres. Trump encour- The Associated Press had not
and that Cohen told Mueller that office on Friday night doesn’t cite Mueller was denying. Ben Smith, aged Cohen to lie. I ask the press to independently confirmed the
Trump personally instructed him to any specific errors, but the special editor-in-chief of BuzzFeed News, take heed that their hysterical report. Any evidence that Trump
lie about the timing of the project. counsel’s spokesman, Peter Carr, also said the publication stands by desire to destroy this President has directed a witness to lie to investi-
The report said Mueller’s investi- said, “BuzzFeed’s description of its reporting and the sources who gone too far. They pursued this gators would place him in the
gators learned about Trump’s direc- specific statements to the special informed it. without critical analysis all day. greatest political and legal jeop-
tive “through interviews with mul- counsel’s office, and characteriza- “We urge the special counsel to (hash)FAKENEWS.” ardy yet.

Travel industry fears damage from shutdown


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS arrived at 10:15 a.m.,” Beth Lambert President Donald Trump and absorbing a trade war with China and spending during the shutdown.
said while waiting to check in at a Democrats in Congress remain far a global economic slowdown, would
Delta Air Lines counter as her 5-year- apart over Trump’s insistence on endure another blow. America’s air-travel system will
ATLANTA — America’s busiest air- old, Michael, rode around on his face its sternest this weekend, which
funding for a wall along the Mexican
port, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson wheeled bag like a scooter. “We’re The travel and tourism industries coincides with Martin Luther King Jr.
border as the price of reopening the
International, is a blur of activity on going to be hanging out for a while.” generate about $1.6 trillion in U.S. Day on Monday, a federal holiday.
government. With the two sides trad-
the best of days. But an extra layer of economic activity — one-twelfth of The Transportation Security
The scene at most of the nation’s ing taunts and avoiding talks, travel
anxiety gripped the airport Friday, the economy — and one in 20 jobs, Administration predicts it will screen
airports has so far been marked more industry analysts and economists
the eve of a three-day holiday week- according to the Commerce over 8 million passengers between
end. The partial government shut- by concerned passengers showing up have been calculating the potential
damage should the shutdown drag Department. Macroeconomic Friday and Monday, up 10.8 percent
down — the longest ever — has early than by missed flights. Longer Advisers says it now expects the from last year’s MLK weekend. And it
thinned the ranks of federal workers lines are evident at some airports. But into February or beyond.
economy to expand at just a 1.4 per- will do so with fewer screeners. On
who staff airport security lines. And delays resulting from a rise in federal Airlines and hotels would suffer. So cent annual rate in the first three Thursday, the TSA said 6.4 percent of
some travelers had braced for the security screeners calling in sick would parks and restaurants that cater months of this year, down from its screeners missed work — nearly dou-
worst. have been slight. to travelers. And, eventually, the previous forecast of 1.6 percent, ble the 3.8 percent rate on the same
“I have a 3 o’clock flight, and I Yet concern is quickly growing. broader U.S. economy, already because of reduced government day in 2018.

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Lawsuits pressure family Trump, N. Korea’s Kim Jong


that owns opioid company
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The legal pressure on the prominent family


Massachusetts claims also could be evidence
in the Ohio lawsuits, which are being over-
seen by a federal judge. The allegations ramp
Un to hold second summit
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lunch together afterward.
behind the company that makes OxyContin, up pressure on the industry — and perhaps the Trump has spoken several times of hav-
the prescription painkiller that helped fuel Sacklers — to reach a settlement, said Paul WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump ing a second summit early this year.
the nation’s opioid epidemic, is likely to get Nolette, a political science professor at will hold a second summit with North Vietnam has been considered as a possible
more intense. Marquette University who studies the role of Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to broker summit venue, along with Thailand, Hawaii
The Sackler family came under heavy scruti- state attorneys general. a deal to coax the North to give up its and Singapore.
ny this week when a legal filing in a Having Sackler family members named as nuclear weapons, the White House Since their Singapore sit-down in June,
Massachusetts case asserted that family mem- defendants in Massachusetts “indicates that announced Friday. several private analysts have published
bers and company executives sought to push the government attorneys believe they have News of a second meeting with the reclu- reports detailing continuing North Korean
prescriptions of the drug and downplay its the ‘smoking guns’ necessary to broaden the sive North Korean leader development of nuclear and missile technol-
risks. Those revelations are likely to be a pre- potential liability of those at the top of the came after Trump’s 90- ogy. A planned meeting between Pompeo
view of the claims in a series of expanding organization,” he said in an email. minute meeting in the and the envoy, who is North Korea’s former
legal challenges. The allegations could tarnish a name that is Oval Office with a North spy chief, in New York last November was
Members of the family that controls best known for its generosity to museums Korean envoy, Kim Yong abruptly canceled. U.S. officials said at the
Connecticut-based Purdue Pharma are also worldwide including New York’s Chol, who traveled to time that North Korea had called off the ses-
defendants in a lawsuit brought by New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, which has a Washington to discuss sion.
Suffolk County. Few, if any, other govern- Sackler wing, and London’s Tate Modern. The denuclearization talks. The special U.S. envoy for North Korea
ments have sued the family so far. Sackler name also is on a gallery at the Trump and Kim Jong Un negotiations, Steve Biegun, is set to travel
But Paul Hanly, a lawyer representing the Smithsonian, a wing of galleries at London’s are to meet near the end to Sweden for further talks over the week-
county, said he expects to add the Sacklers to Royal Academy of Arts and a museum at Kim Jong Un of February at a place to end.
other opioid suits. He explained last year that Beijing’s Peking University. The family’s be announced later, said The talks have stalled over North Korea’s
he was targeting the family, known for its best known and most generous donor, Arthur White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee refusal to provide a detailed accounting of
donations to some of the world’s great muse- M. Sackler, died nearly a decade before Sanders. its nuclear and missile facilities that would
ums and universities, in part because they OxyContin was released. “The United States is going to continue to be used by inspectors to verify any deal to
took “tens of billions” of dollars out of The Cleveland-based judge, Dan Polster, keep pressure and sanctions on North Korea dismantle them. The North also has demand-
Purdue Pharma. has been pushing for a settlement since he until we see fully and verified denucleariza- ed that the U.S. end harsh economic penal-
Looming as potentially the biggest legal took over the federal cases a year ago, arguing tion,” Sanders said. “We’ve had very good ties and provide security guarantees before
and financial risk for the family is a massive that the parties involved should find ways to steps and good faith from the North Koreans it takes any steps beyond its initial suspen-
consolidated federal case playing out in Ohio. end this man-made crisis, rather than hold in releasing the hostages and other moves. sion of nuclear and missile tests.
More than 1,000 government entities have years of trials. A court order prohibits partic- And so we’re going to continue those con- Harry Kazianis, a North Korea expert at
sued Purdue, along with other drugmakers and ipants from discussing most aspects of settle- versations and the president looks forward the Center for National Interest, said any
distributors, claiming they are partly culpa- ment talks publicly. to the next meeting.” talks between the two nations are a positive
ble for a drug overdose crisis that resulted in a In its lawsuit filed last year, the In May, North Korea released three development, but the hard work of negotiat-
record 72,000 deaths in 2017. The majority Massachusetts attorney general’s office went American detainees and sent them home ing an agreement has only begun.
of those deaths were from legal or illicit opi- after members of the Sackler family and with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo after “Both nations must now show at least
oids. Purdue, which is structured as a partnership his meeting with the North Korean leader in some tangible benefits from their diplomat-
The company documents at the heart of the and is not publicly traded. Pyongyang. ic efforts during a second summit, or risk
The second summit signals stepped-up their efforts being panned as nothing more
efforts by both countries to continue talks.
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Patriots buck road playoff woes?
Weekend • Jan. 19-20, 2019

Like a super Nova


Lurhs’ 3 spree lifts Terra Nova girls past HMB
By Terry Bernal tie it 49-49 with 10 seconds in down the stretch, as Half Moon Bay
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF regulation to force overtime. Then didn’t convert a field goal over the
midway through the OT period, closing eight minutes — including
Lisa Luhrs has a simple basket- Luhrs drained another 3, this time the last five minutes of regulation
ball philosophy. to give Terra Nova the lead for and all three minutes of overtime.
“Yeah, I like to shoot the ball,” good at 55-53. “[Terra Nova] turned up the ener-
Luhrs said. A second-year varsity player, and gy,” Half Moon Bay head coach
And she likes to shoot in the sixth-man sharpshooter off the Antonio Veloso said, “and it creat-
clutch, as the Terra Nova senior bench, Lurhs has produced plenty of ed a little more havoc and stressed
demonstrated Friday night in her shots from beyond the arc before. our girls a lot more.”
Tigers’ 56-53 overtime victory at Friday night’s heroics, however, Terra Nova (6-1 PAL North, 10-8
home against archrival Half Moon were a new to the senior guard. overall) was equally as tenacious on
Bay. “Nothing like that,” Luhrs said. the boards, grabbing several key
With five minutes to play, Terra Luhrs’ shooting prowess was just offensive rebounds in overtime. In
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Nova trailed by 10. But Luhrs one dimension of Terra Nova’s fact, it was an offensive board by
Terra Nova senior Lisa Luhrs puts up the game-tying 3-pointer at the end punctuated a thrilling comeback comeback march, though. The
of regulation in the Tigers’ 56-53 overtime win Friday over Half Moon Bay. with an exclamation 3-pointer to Tigers were ferocious on defense See TIGERS, Page 16

Boogie night M-A grapplers


snap 31-match
Dubs win big in Warriors 112, Clippers 94 streak of HMB
By Terry Bernal
Cousins’ return DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

By Beth Harris The Half Moon Bay boys’ wrestling team


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS had amassed a winning streak of 31 straight
dual matches heading into action Thursday
LOS ANGELES — DeMarcus Cousins against Menlo-Atherton.
couldn’t wipe the smile off his face. The steak, though, is over.
The usually scowling big man was back M-A rebounded after losing its first three
Friday night after being sidelined for nearly matches of the night to win handily 51-27,
a year. He scored 14 points in his Warriors though a thin Half Moon Bay lineup had
debut, a 112-94 victory over the Los something to do with the scoring differen-
Angeles Clippers. tial. The Cougars forfeited three matches to
“I felt like a kid on Christmas,” Cousins M-A’s one, and utilized two girls’ wrestlers
said. “This was probably one of the best to fill out the card.
days of my life being back on the floor play- M-A would have won nonetheless, albeit
ing the game that I love.” likely by a slimmer margin.
His new teammates were glad to have him, “I was happy that even without the for-
too, even if he lasted just 15 minutes before feits, we were well enough to beat them,” M-
fouling out. A head coach Charles Washington Jr. said.
They gave him a standing ovation when As it was, though, M-A senior Justin
he got whistled for his sixth foul at 8:51 of Garza clinched the match in the 184-pound
the fourth. Cousins smiled and high-fived match, scoring a pin in the second round
his way to the bench. Stephen Curry and over Eduardo Lopez, executing a head and
Kevin Durant cracked up. arms throw before working his way to a pin.
“Probably the fakest love I ever received M-A also scored wins at 128s, with senior
in my life,” Cousins said. Josh Meyers winning via pin in the third
Durant said: “Hopefully that’s the last round over Donovan Farnsworth; at 134s
time we give him a standing ovation when with Liam Dunn winning via decision over
he fouls out.” Bo Volynsky-Krug; at 147s with Cyrus
Curry led the Warriors with 28 points, Durham winning with a third-round pin over
Durant added 24 and Golden State won its Daniela Corona; at 154s, with Bryan
seventh in a row and sixth straight on the Bekemeyer winning via pin in the third
road. round over Tyler Lamirande; and at 172s,
The Warriors shot just 9 of 37 on 3-point- with senior Nick Wong winning via late
ers on a night when Curry made only three third-round pin over Carson Anderson.
from long range. Fellow Splash Brother “I believe they were all proud of them-
Klay Thompson missed all four of his 3- selves,” Washington said. “They were all
point attempts. ROBERT HANASHIRO/USA TODAY SPORTS
DeMarcus Cousins dunks during his Golden State Warriors’ debut after missing nearly a year pumped just knowing we worked hard in
See DUBS, Page 17 to recover from achilles surgery. See M-A, Page 16

Is NFC Championship Goff’s time to shine?


By Greg Beacham
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Rams vs. Saints, Sunday, 12:05 p.m., FOX
preparation with Goff, who was eager this era, he is more interested in the
THOUSAND OAKS — Although Jared for knowledge a few weeks after taking mental mechanics of their game than
Goff is uncomfortable being overly a loss in his first career playoff game in their arms, achievements or tro-
nosy when he’s around the NFL’s best for the Los Angeles Rams. phies. Goff wants to know how they
quarterbacks, he kept a close eye on “I wasn’t going to pry too deeply,” prepare, and he seeks out tips on film
Drew Brees while they were together at Goff said. “But I’d ask him a few ques- study, game-morning arm exercises —
the Pro Bowl in Orlando last year. tions as far as his warmup, and things anything he can put into his own
KIRBY LEE/USA TODAY SPORTS The most prolific passer in NFL his- he does throughout the week.” evolving approach to the game.
Jared Goff makes his first NFC Championship appearance tory had no problem sharing aspects While Goff admires Brees, Tom
Sunday as the Rams travel to New Orleans. of his mental approach and game-day Brady and the other top quarterbacks of See NFC, Page 15
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Pacquiao awaits Broner bout in crossroads fight


By Tim Dahlberg the ring. Broner (33-3-1, 24 knockouts) certainly
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS And that adds some has the skills to do just that. He has long
intrigue to seeing a fight- been considered an elite fighter, though he
LAS VEGAS — Manny Pacquiao has been er who has been so much has lost most of his bigger fights and tends
beating the odds since he was a teenager in of a part of the fabric of to be undisciplined in the ring.
the Philippines stuffing his pockets with boxing for the last 15 To beat Pacquiao he will have to use his
metal at weigh-ins so he wouldn’t look like a years. speed to match that of the Filipino senator,
98-pound weakling. “He’s unbelievable,” and figure out a way to deal with an unortho-
Nearly a quarter century later, Pacquiao is Roach said. “His work dox style that has puzzled opponents since
still up for a challenge. Manny ethic is great, he has fast Pacquiao began fighting for $2 purses so he
He fights Saturday night against Adrien Pacquiao hands and he still hits could help his mother feed the family.
ORLANDO RAMIREZ/USA TODAY SPORTS Broner in a true crossroads bout that will hard. I think he actually “Adrien Broner is not a tuneup fight,”
Phil Mickelson tees off on the fifth hole determine a lot about his future in the ring. wants to knock this Pacquiao said. “He’s a former champion. He’s
Friday at La Quinta Country Club. Chasing a second fight with Floyd opponent out.” fast, he moves fast and he’s a good boxer.”
Mayweather, Pacquiao will be tested by a That may be asking a Unfortunately, a lot of fans won’t be

Lefty shoots 68 on younger and talented fighter who has a lot to


prove himself.
He’s 40 now, an age where fighters either
lot since Pacquiao went
nearly a decade without
knocking anyone out
watching. The fight is on Showtime pay-per-
view and the price ($74.95) is lofty for a
fighter a few years removed from his prime.
Day 2 at La Quinta have long stopped lacing up the gloves or
are very careful in picking opponents.
Pacquiao is not only still fighting, but will-
before stopping Lucas
Martin Matthysse in a
fight in Malaysia last
Still, Pacquiao will make millions, and
Broner will have a big payday of his own.
Both would also profit with a win, with
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ing to take on a 29-year-old who thinks of Adrien Broner July. But if Pacquiao Broner regaining some of his reputation and
LA QUINTA — Phil Mickelson birdied himself as a young Mayweather. needed any more motiva- Pacquiao putting himself in line for another
four of his last five holes Friday in the And he’s not terribly concerned about the tion he got it after Broner mocked the possible huge payday against Mayweather,
Desert Classic to take a two-stroke lead into possibility he might lose. Parkinson’s that Roach has. who still says he is officially retired.
the weekend in his first event of the year. “I still have that killer instinct and the fire “Manny’s a great guy to have on your Pacquiao blamed an injured shoulder for his
A day after matching his career-low score in my eyes is still there,” Pacquiao said. side,” Roach said. poor performance in the 2015 bout, a lack-
with 12-under 60 at La Quinta Country Club, “That aggressiveness, the interest in this Indeed, Broner has done his part to sell the luster affair won by Mayweather. A second
the 48-year-old Mickelson had a 68 on PGA career is still there 100 percent. The speed fight by acting boorish and flashing money Mayweather fight would cap Pacquiao’s
West’s Nicklaus Tournament Course to reach and the power are still there.” around like his mentor, Mayweather. At this career and put him closer to retirement and
16 under. That showed in a gym session this week in week’s final news conference, Broner went full-time duties in the Senate in his home
Lefty will play the final two rounds on Hollywood, where Pacquiao looked sharp and into a profane rant about Showtime announc- country. It’s on Pacquiao’s mind, as well as
PGA West’s Stadium Course. fast while hitting the mitts with trainer er Al Bernstein, though his comments about the mind of his millions of fans.
Curtis Luck was second after a 66 on the Freddie Roach. The two have reunited for the Pacquiao were more respectful. “You cannot avoid people will ask if
Nicklaus layout. The 22-year-old Australian fight, Pacquiao’s first in the U.S. in more “Pacquiao’s a legend,” Broner said. “He’ll there’s a rematch with Floyd Mayweather,”
rebounded from a bogey on the par-3 eighth than two years. always go down as one of the best in the box- Pacquiao said, “because I think they have a
with a closing birdie on the par-4 ninth. But while Pacquiao is favored, there’s ing business. But I just feel like it’s my time big question mark in their mind and also in
Adam Hadwin and Steve Marino were 13 always a chance in boxing that age often to take over this sport and I’m coming to their heart about what happened in that
under, and defending champion Jon Rahm catches up to a fighter in the wrong place — take the throne from Pacquiao.” fight.”
was another stroke back with Wyndham
Dilfer hired as head HS football coach declared eligible by the NCAA because he
Clark and Joey Garber.
Mickelson birdied the par-4 fifth and sixth
Sports briefs unwittingly became entangled in a college
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Trent Dilfer, the basketball corruption case when he was
holes, the par-5 seventh and closed with former NFL quarterback who won the 2000 time with the school committing to build a
another on No. 9 . On his opening nine, he premier football program after going 35-32 duped by an AAU coach.
Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens, has
birdied the par-5 11th and par-3 12th , then been hired as head football coach at a over the past six seasons. Hernandez has sat out the first 16 games of
gave back the strokes with a double bogey Tennessee high school. He played 14 seasons in the NFL with the season awaiting a ruling on his eligibility.
after hitting into the water on the par-4 18th. Lipscomb Academy athletic director Dr. Tampa Bay, Baltimore, Seattle, Cleveland Last year, a federal jury in New York found
Marino had a hole-in-one on the seventh Mike Roller announced the hiring Friday. and San Francisco, and the sixth overall three men guilty of fraud charges for chan-
hole at La Quinta in a 65. Dilfer says he felt led to Lipscomb at this pick in 1994 by the Buccaneers out of neling secret payment to the families of
Fresno State finished his career with 20,518 top-tier recruits to influence their choices of
yards passing. schools, apparel companies and agents.
Hernandez was among more than a dozen
Miami coach lobbies for Hernandez players listed in a business plan to pay
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Miami prospective NBA players.
Hurricanes coach Jim Larranaga says junior “He got duped by his AAU coach, ”
forward Dewan Hernandez deserves to be Larranaga said.

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Underdog Patriots face top-seed KC
By Jimmy Golen
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Patriots vs. Chiefs, Sunday, 3:40 p.m., CBS
Sunday’s AFC championship game, Brady But it’s just another thing they’ve mastered.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — It may have is right about one thing: The Patriots (12-5) Responding to the public perception — or
been hard to hear him over the noise of the are a 3-point underdog, and that’s an unusu- at least that of the oddsmakers — receiver
New England fans celebrating an eighth al position for them. Julian Edelman tweeted a Chiefs hype video
straight trip to the AFC title game, but Tom “We’re going against a team that’s the No. lauding quarterback Patrick Mahomes as the
Brady is feeling disrespected. 1 seed in the league,” Brady said after the best player in the league. Edelman made no
That’s right: The three-time NFL MVP and team’s final practice on Friday. “I’m sure secret what he thought of that, adding a hash-
five-time Super Bowl champion told a national there’s a lot of people that are thinking tag: “(hash)BetAgainstUs”; he is also selling WINSLOW TOWNSON/USA TODAY SPORTS
TV audience after demolishing the Los Angeles they’re going to win. Everyone can have T-shirts with the slogan squeezed into the Tom Brady will make his 13th appearance in
Chargers in the playoffs, “I know everyone their own opinion. We certainly have an shape of the Patriots logo. an AFC Championship Sunday in Kansas City.
thinks we suck and can’t win any games. opinion, and we’ve got to go out there and Special teams star Matthew Slater said he shoulder, and no matter what you go
“We’ll see,” Brady said with a roguish execute our best in order to accomplish that.” wasn’t motivated as much by being an through in life, especially with football,
look in his eyes. “Could be fun.” Players have long found their motivation underdog in this game as other times he was there’s just always someone or something,”
There hasn’t been an NFL dynasty like the wherever they can, whether it’s the oddsmakers doubted in his life. McCourty said.
Patriots — at least since the merger — with or experts or comments from the opposing “I’m not supposed to be playing in this “I think that type of mindset, no matter if
Brady and coach Bill Belichick leading the team that go up on the locker room bulletin league anyways,” he said, “so we’ve got you’re 16-0, you’re rolling through the play-
franchise to 10 straight AFC East titles and board for all to see. Heading into the NFC title plenty of motivation.” offs, no matter what the situation is, there’s
15 in 16 years, resulting in eight trips to the game, some banter about gumbo has turned Defensive back Jason McCourty was a always going to be somebody that’s doubting
Super Bowl and five NFL crowns. into a rallying cry for the Los Angeles Rams. sixth-round draft pick — just like Brady. you or saying something about you. I think
And yet as they prepare to travel to You’d think the Patriots would struggle to And, just like Brady, and he hasn’t forgotten. for certain guys individually, it may be some-
Kansas City to take on the Chiefs (13-4) in rustle up slights to motivate themselves. “You’ve just always had that chip on your thing that kind of gives you that extra kick.”

their first playoff victory cacies to Goff’s performances that others “It was a bad game or two, and I hate hav-

NFC in 14 years last weekend.


“You talk about a guy
who stays even-keeled,”
might not.
“You watch what they do with their
offense, there’s a lot of moving parts, and I
ing to talk about it,” Goff said. “But if
(reporters) keep asking about it, you can
call it three (bad games) if you want. If
Continued from page 13 Rams receiver Brandin think he handles it very, very well,” Brees you’re going to (criticize) three out of 16,
Cooks said. “He operates said. “I think he creates great timing and I’m OK with that.”
with such a quieted mind, rhythm in the passing game.”
“The thing about Jared is that he’s always McVay also rejects the notion Goff had a
no matter what’s going Goff was fourth in the NFL with 4,688
looking to get better,” Rams coach Sean slow finish to the regular season, noting
on. The ebbs and flows yards passing this season, and his 32 TD
McVay said. “He doesn’t look at our record the external perception of a quarterback’s
Drew Brees of the game, he seems to passes were sixth. Yet his season arguably
or his success and think he’s made it.” performance can be altered by something as
stay even-keeled, and peaked with his 413 yards and four TD pass-
Goff’s rough rookie season has vanished when you have that from your quarterback, arbitrary as a couple of tipped passes turn-
es in the Rams’ epic Monday night victory ing into interceptions instead of incomple-
into history as he heads into his first NFC that’s special.” over Kansas City in late November, leading tions.
championship game with the Rams (14-3) Despite his impressive success over the into a December in which he didn’t exactly
against Brees and the New Orleans Saints past two seasons, Goff still has more to distinguish himself. “I think everybody wants to make a big
(14-3) on Sunday. While McVay clearly prove than the other three quarterbacks
deserves much of the credit for Goff’s swift In the Rams’ final five regular-season deal of the way that he was playing,” McVay
playing this Sunday. Brees and Brady have games, Goff averaged just 228.2 yards per said. “I think in large part it’s because he
evolution from a struggling No. 1 overall accomplished nearly everything possible
pick into an above-average NFL passer, game with six TD passes against six inter- was playing at such an elite level, he almost
behind center, while Patrick Mahomes just ceptions and nine sacks. The Rams took became a victim of his own success. But he
Goff’s adaptability and eagerness to learn completed a spectacular season that has left
are just as important as his arm strength. two of their three losses all season during really didn’t fall off at all. I think it was just
him the league MVP favorite. that stretch, with Goff memorably throwing some of those things that bounced one way
“I think I rely on a lot of the successes Brees was happy to speak with Goff at last four interceptions in the freezing cold of or the other, and then defensive guys made
I’ve had, and understand that I didn’t do that year’s Pro Bowl even while knowing they Chicago. some good plays.”
on accident,” Goff said. “It’s part of my were likely to be rivals atop the NFC for the
process, and part of what I do routinely.” next few seasons. Brees remembered Doug
The same quarterback who went 0-7 as a Flutie’s willingness to mentor him in San
rookie starter while getting sacked 26 times Diego.
is now a two-time Pro Bowl selection at the “I want to make sure that I pay it forward,
helm of an elite NFL offense. The Rams just like those guys did with me,” the 40-
have won their first back-to-back division year-old Brees said.
titles since the 1970s during his two full Brees praises Goff as an outstanding pass-
seasons as their starter, and they earned er and an emerging leader. He also sees intri-
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FRIDAY to a PAL dual-meet championship by beat-


Local sports roundup ing the defending champion Bears.
Boys’ soccer The Crusaders passed their first real test in came out firing as Jasmine Pon scored 14 of In the four matches that were contested
WBAL Foothill Division play by tying the her game-high 17 points in the first half as — the other 10 were forfeits — HMB (2-0
San Mateo 4, Terra Nova 1 Gators to remain unbeaten in league play. the Colts trailed just 22-20 at halftime.
The Bearcats earned their first Ocean PAL Bay) won all four. Taylor Micallef
Victoria Ortiz scored off an assist from Ula Talolo led South City (5-0, 9-7) with
Division win of the season by beating the (123), Yulissa Ramirez (133) and Esmeralda
Caroline Callagy as Mercy (2-0-1 WBAL 14 points and eight rebounds.
Tigers. Mendez (139) all won by pin. Lucia Sarabia
Foothill, 6-2-3 overall) scored inside the final (128) posted a 2-0 win over Gwen
Djelani Phillips scored a pair of goals and 10 minutes to forge the tie with the Gators. Mercy-Burlingame 58, Crystal Springs 26
Noa Mandorf had a goal and an assist to lead The Crusaders had 11 players get in the Tompkins.
Kristine Fisher Colbrie gave SHP (0-2-1,
San Mateo (1-1 PAL Ocean, 2-5-1 overall), 5-3-4) a 1-0 lead in the 58th minute. scoring column as they cruised to the WBAL
which also got a goal Luis Mora. Skyline Division victory. Girls’ soccer
Auner Barrios and Micheal Walsh added Boys’ basketball Ryan Galea led Mercy (2-2 WBAL
assists for the Bearcats. Skyline, 10-6 overall) with 13 points. Mia
Sacred Heart Prep 60, Woodside Priory 47 Calsada added 11 points for the Crusaders.
Sequoia 1, Capuchino 0
Sequoia 2, Carlmont 1 Matthew Covington knocked six 3- Genni Shane scored the lone goal for the
Simon Clarke converted an early penalty pointers for the Panthers and Dave Ajanaku- Pinewood 75, Menlo School 36 Cherokees (3-1 PAL Ocean, 5-5-3 overall),
kick as the Cherokees went on to post a PAL Makun finished with 21 points, but it was- The Panthers handed the Knights their who stay within striking distance of first
Bay Division victory over the Scots. n’t enough as the Gators pulled out the first WBAL Foothill Division loss and place heading into Tuesday’s showdown
Sequoia (2-2-1 PAL Bay, 5-3-2) got its WBAL victory. snapped their seven-game winning streak with PAL Ocean Division leader South City.
other goal from Jacob Burrill. SHP (5-1 WBAL, 8-7 overall) was led by in the process.
Shane was assisted by Stephanie Rodriguez
Carlmont (2-3-1, 2-5-2) got its goal Belal Brendan Carney, who scored 18 points. Menlo (4-1 WBAL Foothill, 15-2 overall)
trailed state power Pinewood (5-0, 15-1) by for the game-winner. Capuchino (2-2, 6-6)
Shehadeh, who was assisted by Muaath Ryan von Thaden added 14 for the Gators. falls to fourth place in the Ocean standings.
Nofal. Covington finished with 20 points for just two, 16-14, after one quarter. But the
Woodside Priory (1-5, 6-10). Panthers held the Knights to just 22 points
the rest of the way.
Half Moon Bay 1, Aragon 1 Menlo was led by Avery Lee, who finished
Octavio DeLeon converted a penalty kick Girls’ basketball Mills 5, Westmoor 0
with 13 points.
in the final minutes to force a tie with the South City 50, El Camino 31 Sophia Skyriotis scored a hat trick and
Dons in a PAL Bay Division match. The Colts stayed close with the Warriors THURSDAY Kiara Bettucchi added two more goals as the
Aragon took a 1-0 lead in the 70th for a half in the battle for South City brag- Vikings (3-1 PAL Lake, 3-3 overall) breezed
minute. ging rights, but South City held El Camino past Westmoor (1-5, 2-6). Skyriotis scored
to only 11 second-half points to pull away
Girls’ wrestling the first three goals of the day, with assists
Girls’ soccer for the PAL North Division win. Half Moon Bay 63, Menlo-Atherton 12 from Bettucchi, Celeste Henry and Rachel
Sacred Heart Prep 1, Mercy-Burlingame 1 El Camino (2-4 PAL North, 7-10 overall) The Cougars passed the first major hurdle Lam. Both Bettucchi’s scores were unassisted.

offense to keep in check, especially in the Terra Nova senior Caitlyn Carnecer con- “Once we got that little turnover under the

TIGERS
Continued from page 13
second half. With Terra Nova leading by a
mere 17-15 score at halftime, the Cougars
went on a tear in the third quarter, outscor-
verted 1 of 2 free throws courtesy of
Bowers’ fifth foul to close it to 48-44. She
missed the second one, with Half Moon Bay
basket, it set up the 3 for Lisa, ”
Summerville said.
Veloso chalked up the late letdown to a
ing the Tigers 21-13. grabbing the rebound, but the Cougars play- learning experience, noting Half Moon Bay
“We started breaking the press the way er stepped on the baseline to force a — without Bowers — was fielding four
sophomore Amaya Gonzalez that set up turnover.
Luhrs’ go-ahead 3. we’re supposed to,” Veloso said. underclassmen, including two freshmen.
The young Cougars were in foul trouble Albeit, Kennedy is far from a typical fresh-
Half Moon Bay had just taken the lead 53- The Cougars got to the free-throw line
through the final quarter of regulation man, as she went for a double-double with
52 on two free throws by freshman Abby again just seconds later. This time it was
though. So, when senior point guard Mailie 19 points and 11 rebounds.
Kennedy. At the other end, a missed Terra senior Morgan Fillipo hitting 1 of 2, clos-
Nova 3 found the reach of Gonzalez, who Bowers fouled out with 37 seconds to go — ing the deficit to 49-46. On the inbound “You’re dealing with kids that don’t under-
kicked it to Luhrs for the big splash with despite HMB leading 48-43 at the time — it pass to follow, Terra Nova tied up the pos- stand they (the other team) want to win just
1:25 remaining in OT. proved too much for Half Moon Bay to session to force a jump ball. Half Moon Bay as bad as you do,” Veloso said. “You’ve got
“Our team is aggressive on those offen- overcome. had the possession arrow and received to hold your ground.”
sive rebounds,” Luhrs said. “So if they’re in “Once they don’t have an extra ball han- another inbound, so the Tigers simply did it Carnecer and Fillipo shared Terra Nova’s
there rebounding, I’m going to go out to the dler, then we can ramp up on our defense,” again, tying up for another jump ball, this team-high with 10 points apiece. Luhrs,
3-point line and look for an open shot.” Terra Nova head coach Kawann Summerville time giving them possession with 15.7 sec- sophomore Kapua Wong Hin and sopho-
Half Moon Bay (3-3, 7-9) proved a tough said. onds to go. more Ashley Ng had nine apiece.

Ramirez won via forfeit. Then at 115s, more Sapountzis, and two freshmen, Still, M-A has been fronted all season by

M-A
Continued from page 13
Tommy Sendino earned a first-round pin
against Peter Sapountzis. And at 122s,
Fernando Marquez-Diaz won via 4-0 deci-
Bekemeyer and Durham.
Durham and Bekemeyer both trailed on
the scoreboard in their matches, but were
Meyers at 128s. The senior recently took
first place at the Jim Root Memorial
Wrestling Classic and is currently ranked
sion over junior Julian Kim. each able to rebound late and score victories
“I definitely thought we had a chance via pins. No. 16 at 132s in the Central Coast
preparation for Half Moon Bay, knowing still,” Washington said. “There wasn’t any “Both Cyrus and Bryan were wrestling Section.
they are a powerhouse. … I knew this was an doubt in my mind we weren’t going to get tough opponents, and they were showing
obvious test for ourselves and where we are any victories. … What I was really proud of they were wrestling tough opponents, ” “He wrestled hard and he led by example,
and they pulled through.” was JV kids stepping up and getting pins.” Washington said. “But they were showing and he basically just gave energy to the
HMB jumped out an early lead, winning Indeed, M-A called up three underclassmen they were able to come back and win their team,” Washington said. “And I think that
its first three matches. At 108s, Carmen to fill out its roster, including the sopho- matches against tough wrestlers.” was a big turning point for the team.”
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Anigwe goes 20-20, Cal NBA STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE SATURDAY
WHAT’S ON TAP
tops Washington State Atlantic Division
Toronto
Philadelphia
W
34
30
L
13
16
Pct
.723
.652
GB

3 1/2
Atlantic Division

Tampa Bay
GP W L
48 36 10
OTPts
2 74
GF
193
GA
137
Boys’ basketball
Serra at Mitty, 6:30 p.m.
Toronto 47 29 16 2 60 166 133 Boys’ soccer
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rebounding with 15.0 per game. Boston 27 18 .600 6 Boston 48 27 16 5 59 141 125 St. Ignatius at Serra, 11 a.m.
The Bears (11-5, 2-3 Pac-12) Brooklyn 24 23 .511 10 Montreal 49 27 17 5 59 150 143
BERKELEY — Kristine Anigwe New York 10 34 .227 22 1/2 Buffalo 48 24 18 6 54 140 144
pulled away in the fourth quarter Florida 46 18 20 8 44 142 166
Women’s college basketball
scored 29 points and grabbed a sea- San Mateo at Las Positas-Livermore, 1 p.m.
with an 18-2 run capped at 77-54 Southeast Division Ottawa 48 19 24 5 43 152 181
son-high 23 Miami 21 22 .488 —
on Anigwe’s layup with 2:24 left. Detroit 49 18 24 7 43 140 167
rebounds to The Cougars (7-10, 2-4) had closed
Charlotte
Washington
21
19
23
26
.477
.422
1/2
3 Metropolitan Division
NFL PLAYOFFS
help California the deficit to seven after trailing by Orlando 19 26 .422 3 N.Y. Islanders 47 28 15 4 60 142 119
Atlanta 14 30 .318 7 1/2 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
b e a t as many as 15 early in the third Columbus 47 28 16 3 59 153 144 Sunday, Jan. 20
Central Division Washington 47 27 15 5 59 157 141 NFC
Wa s h i n g t o n quarter. Milwaukee 32 12 .727 — Pittsburgh 47 26 15 6 58 166 139 L.A. Rams at New Orleans, 12:05 p.m. (FOX)
State 77-63 on Asha Thomas added 13 points and Indiana 29 15 .659 3 Carolina 47 22 20 5 49 126 140 AFC
N.Y. Rangers 47 20 20 7 47 136 162
Friday. Jaelyn Brown scored 12 for Cal. Detroit 20 24 .455 12
New Jersey 47 18 22 7 43 138 161
New England at Kansas City, 3:40 p.m. (CBS)
Chicago 10 35 .222 22 1/2
Anigwe, who Borislava Hristova had 21 points Cleveland 9 37 .196 24 Philadelphia 47 18 23 6 42 134 167 SUPER BOWL
had her second and Chanelle Molina scored 13 for WESTERN CONFERENCE WESTERN CONFERENCE Sunday, Feb. 3
20-20 game of Southwest Division At Atlanta
Kristine Anigwe the season, has Washington State. San Antonio 27 20 .574 —
Central Division
AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 3:30 p.m. (CBS)
The Golden Bears welcomed Winnipeg 47 31 14 2 64 165 130
Houston 25 19 .568 1/2 Nashville 49 28 17 4 60 153 129
recorded a double-double in all 16 3,000 elementary- and middle- New Orleans 21 25 .457 5 1/2
of the Golden Bears’ games this school-aged children from the local
Dallas
Memphis
20
19
24
26
.455
.422
5 1/2
7
Colorado
Dallas
47 21 18
48 23 21
8
4
50
50
159
122
152
126 TRANSACTIONS
Minnesota 47 23 21 3 49 131 137
season. She averages 22.3 points area to Haas Pavilion for their fifth St. Louis 46 20 21 5 45 128 142 BASEBALL
Northwest Division
per game and leads the nation in annual School Haas Rock game. Denver 30 14 .682 — Chicago 49 16 24 9 41 145 183 Major League Baseball
Portland 28 19 .596 3 1/2 OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BASEBALL
Oklahoma City 26 18 .591 4 Pacific Division — Suspended Atlanta minor league pitcher Carlos
Stars from the previous season.

DUBS
Utah 26 21 .553 5 1/2 Calgary 49 31 13 5 67 182 141 Caminero (DSL Braves) 25 games and for a viola-
Minnesota 21 24 .467 9 1/2 Sharks 49 28 14 7 63 175 149 tion of the Minor League Drug Prevention and
“We haven’t really practiced Vegas 49 28 17 4 60 147 131 Treatment Program. Suspended Cincinnati minor
together,” Cousins said. “We can Pacific Division Vancouver 49 22 21 6 50 142 154 league OF Nate Scantlin (Dayton-MWL) 50 games
get a whole lot better. We’ve got a Warriors 32 14 .696 — Edmonton 47 23 21 3 49 136 148 following a second positive test for a drug of abuse
L.A. Lakers 25 21 .543 7 Anaheim 48 20 19 9 49 116 143 in violation of the Program.
Continued from page 13 lot of potential.” L.A. Clippers 24 21 .533 7 1/2 Arizona 47 21 22 4 46 124 136 American League
Cousins missed his first shot but Sacramento 23 22 .511 8 1/2 Los Angeles 48 19 25 4 42 109 140
Phoenix 11 35 .239 21 TAMPA BAY RAYS — Agreed to terms with OF Avi-
came right back with a one-handed Friday’s Games sail Garcia on a one-year contract. Designated RHP
The hours leading up to his first Friday’s Games Montreal 4, Columbus 1 Oliver Drake for assignment.
slam off Durant’s bounce pass for
game since Jan. 26, 2018, were the Boston 122, Memphis 116 Florida 3, Toronto 1 National League
the Warriors’ first basket. Cousins Brooklyn 117, Orlando 115 Ottawa 4, Carolina 1
worst for Cousins. He texted friends Detroit 98, Miami 93
PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Re-signed manager
was called for two fouls in the first N.Y. Islanders 2, Washington 0 Michael Ryan for Altoona (EL). Named Annie
and talked to his brother and sister San Antonio 116, Minnesota 113 Calgary 6, Detroit 4 Choiniere social media manager and Michael Mar-
three minutes and sat down. Utah 115, Cleveland 99 Pittsburgh 3, Arizona 2, OT
who reminded him that he’s been Golden State 112, L.A. Clippers 94
cantonini communications & broadcasting assistant
playing basketball for years. “I’m just glad to know I can still Portland 128, New Orleans 112
Vancouver 4, Buffalo 3 fro Altoona.
Saturday’s Games
dunk,” he said. “That felt good.” Saturday’s Games Anaheim at New Jersey, 10 a.m. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Named Ben Johnson
Still, it wasn’t until the ball tipped Oklahoma City at Philadelphia, 12:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Colorado, noon manager and Jobel Jimenez hitting coach for Mem-
Cousins picked up his third foul phis (PCL); Joe Kruzel manager and Brandon Allen
that the butterflies went away. Phoenix at Charlotte, 2 p.m. Ottawa at St. Louis, 4 p.m.
32 seconds into the second quarter. Dallas at Indiana, 4 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Boston, 4 p.m. hitting coach for Springfield (TL); Erick Almonte
“My teammates made it as smooth Then he hit a 3-pointer for the Milwaukee at Orlando, 4 p.m. Philadelphia at Montreal, 4 p.m. manager of Peoria (MWL); Brian Burgamy hitting
and easy as possible,” Cousins said. Sacramento at Detroit, 4 p.m. San Jose at Tampa Bay, 4 p.m. coach of Johnson City (Appalacian); Jose Leon man-
Warriors’ first basket of the period, Boston at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. Winnipeg at Dallas, 4 p.m. ager and Cody Gabella hitting coach for State
“It’s a great group of guys. Nothing bringing loud cheers from their Memphis at Toronto, 4:30 p.m. Florida at Nashville, 5 p.m. College (NYP) and Joshua Lopez manager of the
but love in the room.” Miami at Chicago, 5 p.m. Columbus at Minnesota, 6 p.m. GCL Cardinals; Chris Swauger minor league assistant
many fans at Staples Center. L.A. Lakers at Houston, 5:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Vegas, 7 p.m. field coordinator and Johnny Rodriguez minor
Cousins shot 5 for 11 from the Curry scored 14 of Golden State’s Cleveland at Denver, 7 p.m. Calgary at Edmonton, 7 p.m. league infield instructor.
floor and finished with six 29 points in the third, including
rebounds and three assists. their final eight for an 81-72 lead.
After rupturing his left Achilles Cousins went out with a bang. He
tendon in a game for New Orleans got his fifth foul just 30 seconds
he missed the rest of last season, into the fourth and then made two
including nine playoff games for consecutive 3-pointers — throwing
the Pelicans. The Warriors signed up three fingers — that extended the
him last July. Warriors’ lead to 87-72.
With Cousins finally in the line- “He looked good. He looked strong
up, Golden State became the first and quick,” Golden State coach Steve
team in 42 years to start five All- Kerr said. “I was really impressed.”

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Wall art
Banksy mural will
stay on side of
garage wall
SEE PAGE 20

REUTERS
A woman protests R&B singer R. Kelly
following repeated allegations of sexual
abuse that resurfaced in a recent
documentary.

R&B star
dropped
Director Peter Jackson restored old movie footage from World War I and edited it together to give an updated look at events over 100 years old.

‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ by Sony


is an immersive marvel
By Lindsey Bahr
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Multiple outlets have reported


that Sony Music has dropped embattled R&B
star R. Kelly from its roster.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The result is riveting — an immersive, haunting The announcement comes two weeks after the
popular documentary series “Surviving R.
Director Peter Jackson is upfront about
and often transcendent experience that's unlike Kelly” drew fresh attention to the sex abuse alle-
what audiences should not expect from his anything you've ever seen before. gations against R. Kelly,
unconventional World War I documentary, which have dogged him
“They Shall Not Grow Old.” This is a film adding 3D depth to hundred-year-old footage The narration comes from hundreds of most of his career. The
made by a non-historian from the archives of the Imperial War hours of BBC and IWM interviews from the (hash)MeToo and
for an audience of non- Museum, depicting everything from basic middle of the century (Jackson wanted the (hash)MuteRKelly move-
historians, he says. training to the trenches. veterans telling their stories in their 60s, ments have held protests,
There are no dates, names Although there are many smiles as the where possible). You never learn who is demanding his music be
or locations. Neither are men as young as 15 and 16 look upon the talking, and the voices change quite fre- dropped from streaming
there any talking heads camera that’s filming them, it does not quently, but somehow, with all this some- services and beyond.
or historians or politics. spare you the harrowing stuff. You watch as what random collection of anecdotes and Representatives for
It’s just images and the soldiers strip off their shoes and socks to footage, Jackson and his team give what is R. Kelly Sony and RCA Records,
voices of those who were reveal gangrene. You see dead bodies piled perhaps the most honest collective account where R. Kelly was signed
there, telling their own on top of one another, a hand sticking out of the Great War that’s ever been committed to, didn’t immediately return emails seeking
Peter Jackson stories. of the mud, bare-bottomed soldiers trying to to film. comment.
And the result is rivet- relieve themselves in a makeshift, and quite They talk about joining up, and lying Lady Gaga and Celine Dion recently removed
ing — an immersive, haunting and often public, toilet. The mechanics of a cannon about their ages in order to do so, the rigors their duets with R. Kelly from streaming servic-
transcendent experience that’s unlike any- are downright hypnotic. The 3D effects of basic training, the logistical difficulties es and French rock band Phoenix apologized for
thing you’ve ever seen before. That’s make you feel as though you’ve been trans- of having one uniform for the entire war, the collaborating with the singer in 2013.
because Jackson has done something revo- ported to another world, and this isn’t even R. Kelly has denied all allegations involving
lutionary by restoring, colorizing and taking into account the voices. See ‘OLD’, Page 22 women and underage girls.

Concert pays tribute, raises funds


By Jonathan Landrum Jr. We d n e s d a y Cornell Foundation and the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS night at the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical
Forum in Research Foundation.
I n g l e wo o d, Cornell was a leader of the
LOS ANGELES — Many from
California. grunge movement with Seattle-
Metallica and the Foo Fighters
Cornell died based Soundgarden, finding early
rocked on with electrifying per-
at age 52 in success with them. But he also suc-
formances as family members
May 2017. His ceeded with other projects, includ-
gave heartfelt speeches in memory
death was ruled ing Audioslave, Temple of the Dog
of the late Chris Cornell.
Cornell’s wife, Vicky, stepped Chris Cornell a suicide. as well as solo albums.
“Chris lives “This event showcases his con-
onstage struggling to speak at on, a music immortal whose pas- tribution to music history across
first. But after gathering herself, sion for helping others is alive genres and generations,” she said.
she eventually thanked everyone today ever,” said Vicky Cornell, “We all know how music can
for their support and spoke about who was brought on stage by actor change us. But Chris did some-
her husband’s legacy at his tribute Josh Brolin. The concert helped thing more extraordinary. He
REUTERS
concert called “I Am the Highway: raise funds for the Chris and Vicky
Metallica performs during the “I Am the Highway: A Tribute to Chris
A Tribute to Chris Cornell” on See CONCERT, Page 22 Cornell” tribute concert at the Forum in Ingelwood.
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MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM


MIRRORS , PILLOWS , AND University. Mirrors, Pillows, and Closed
CLOSED EYES: WORKS BY LOLA Eyes: Works by Lola Fraknoi runs from Jan.
FRAKNOI AT THE MUSEUM STU- 24 through March 10 with an Artist’s
DIOS GALLERY IN BURLINGAME. Opening Reception scheduled for Sunday,
Bay Area artist and art educator Lola Fraknoi Jan. 27 from 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
presents a collection of new and enigmatic
monoprints and sculptures. Fraknoi’s ABOUT MUSEUM STUDIOS. Museum
pieces combine her passion of developing Studios, a department of the Peninsula
personal content with broader concerns Museum of Art, is home to 30 visual artists.
about the future of our planet. Much of her Its mission is to provide a supportive work-
work involves visual storytelling as trans- ing environment for creative professionals
formed by her imagination. Her pieces are in the visual arts and a cultural resource for
known for layering textures, photos, col- the community. Artist disciplines include
ors, and shadows, one on top of the other, painting, sculpture, printmaking,
as if in geological time. In her series, millinery, jewelry, photography and fiber
Mirrors for Women over 50, Fraknoi exam- art. Visit museumstudios.org for more infor-
ines the role of mirrors in our perception of mation about exhibits and classes, or call
aging skin. The pieces were inspired by 692-2101. The Museum Studios Gallery is
conversations with women friends and the across the courtyard from the Peninsula
discovery of shared concerns/fears about Museum of Art’s main entrance at 1777
what mirrors show. Educated in Peru and the California Drive, Burlingame. Open
United States, Lola Fraknoi has a Bachelor Wednesday through Friday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
of Art in art from Rice University and an ***
MFA from California College of the Arts. SAN MATEO COUNTY HISTORICAL
Her mentors have included Bay Area artists AS S OCIATION CONDUCTS FREE Lola Fraknoi’s monoprint Cross Hatched Wrinkles is among the artist’s works on display at
Bella Feldman and Ruth Asawa. Fraknoi is DOCENT ORIENTATION S ES S ION the Museum Studios Gallery in Burlingame from Jan. 27 through March 10.
the founder of Ruth’s Table, a San JAN. 2 6 IN PACIFICA. The San Mateo
Francisco-based center for creative aging County Historical Association will be con- (2200 Broadway, Redwood City), Woodside take place at the Sanchez Adobe Jan. 26
rooted in the work of Ruth Asawa. She ducting a free docent orientation session for Store (3300 Tripp Road, Woodside) and the from 10 a.m. – noon. To sign-up or for fur-
teaches art at City College of San Francisco volunteers interested in helping lead tours Sanchez Adobe (1000 Linda Mar Blvd., ther information call 299-0104 x231or
and the OLLI Program at San Francisco State at the San Mateo County History Museum Pacifica). This instructional program will email education@historysmc.org.

Banksy mural
sold but will
stay in place
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
REUTERS
People take pictures of the latest mural from street artist
LONDON — A British art dealer says he has bought a Banksy. Despite being bought by an art dealer, the mural will
mural stenciled by street artist Banksy on a garage wall in remain where it was discovered — on the side of a garage
Wales for more than 100,000 pounds ($129,000). in Port Talbot, Britain.
The artwork in Port Talbot shows a child playing in falling
ash from a dumpster fire, an apparent reference to the steel for at least two years.
town's air pollution. Security guards were hired to protect the He said "I want to make Port Talbot a go-to place rather
work after it appeared in December on a steelworker’s garage. than a go-from place. Within a short time I'm thinking of
bringing five or six more Banksys to Port Talbot. Let's do
John Brandler of Brandler Galleries in eastern England
an exhibition.
said Friday he has agreed that the mural will stay in place
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And the nominees won’t be (but should be) ...


By Jake Coyle be on the outside of the Si s s y Spacek, “The Ol d Man & the most delightful performance of the year
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lady Gaga/Olivia Gun” (though his co-star Brendan Gleeson, as a
Colman/Glenn Close Zo e Kazan, “The Bal l ad o f Bus ter prison chef, was close). And it’s impossible
NEW YORK — By its nature, awards sea- favorites despite work Scrug g s ” to separate the greatness of Ryan Coogler’s
son tends to winnow a field of films and per- that was at turns stagger- El i zabeth Debi cki , “Wi do ws ” “Black Panther” from the tormented per-
formances until many of the same names are ingly ravishing (Kulig), Natal i e Po rtman, “Vo x Lux ” formance of Michael B. Jordan. He’s the
read week after week, award show after award deeply personal and The only thing stand- movie’s anguished heart.
show, leading up to the Academy Awards. preternaturally poised ing in the way of a litany
It’s a process that always leaves deserving (Stenberg, in a star-mak- of awards for Jun Jong- BEST DIRECTOR
nominees left out for lack of buzz, aware- Toni Collette ing performance), seo’s aching, sorrowful Chl o e Zhao , “The Ri der”
ness or box office. insanely committed performance in Chang- Jo el and Ethan Co en, “The Bal l ad
When the Oscar nominations are (Collette), comically but forcefully dong Lee’s masterly psy- o f Bus ter Scrug g s ”
announced Tuesday, there will surely be poignant (Hall) and flat-out human (Hahn). chological thriller Fre de ri c k Wi s e man , “Mo n ro v i a,
much to celebrate and a handful of surprises. “Burning” is celebrity Indi ana”
But it will inevitably, necessarily be a BEST ACTOR (it’s her first film) and Lucreci a Martel , “Zama”
reductive list that omits many of the high Lakei th Stanfi el d, “So rry to Bo ther Sissy Spacek language (since foreign Pawel Pawl i ko ws ki , “Co l d War”
points of what was an awfully good year for Yo u” films rarely get much None of these films
movies. Jo aqui n Pho eni x , “Yo u Were Nev er recognition in acting categories). “The Old could have been made —
This year, much of the love has been Real l y Here” Man & the Gun” might be remembered for or even attempted — by
heaped on the likes of “A Star Is Born,” Jo hn C. Rei l l y, “Stan & Ol l i e” Robert Redford’s final performance, but it’s anyone else: the soulful
‘’Roma, ” ‘’Green Book” and “The Brady Jandreau, “The Ri der” when he’s on screen with the ever-glowing melancholy of Zhao’s
Favourite.” There have been occasional, Lucas Hedg es , “Ben Is Back” Spacek that the movie lights up. vividly naturalistic “The
inspired attempts to upend the march to the The most subtle and Rider”; the delirious
Oscars, or at least pause for reconsideration. sweet performances by BEST SUPPORING ACTOR splendor of Lucrecia
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association, leading men came in Bri an Ty ree Henry, “If Beal e Street Martel’s hypnotic adap-
in a much praised selection, picked Debra more adventurous, less Co ul d Tal k” tation; the Coen broth-
Granick (“Leave No Trace”) for best director Chloe Zhao
show-stopping roles Hug h Grant, “Paddi ng to n 2 ” ers’ audacious anthology
when few had her (or, notably, any other than the likes of Rami Mi c h ae l B. Jo rdan , “B l ac k of six Western morality tales; Wiseman’s
woman) in “the mix.” The National Society Malek’s Freddie Mercury Panther” sharp and patient portrait of small-town
of Film Critics went back to an acclaimed if and Bradley Cooper’s Rus s e l l Ho rn s b y , “Th e Hat e U America; and Pawlikowski’s gorgeous, dev-
little seen April release, Chloe Zhao’s “The Jackson Maine. Stanfield Gi v e” astatingly concise ill-fated romance.
Rider,” for its best picture winner. is the unflappable center Jo s h Hami l to n, “Ei g hth Grade”
The movies of 2018 were simply too Lakeith to the wild surrealism of Henry only has a few BEST PICTURE
good and too multitudinous to be filed neat- Stanfield “Sorry to Bother You.” scenes in “If Beale Street “The Death o f Stal i n”
ly into a steady drumbeat of favorites. Here Phoenix, twitchy and Could Talk, ” but they “Fi rs t Refo rmed”
are just a few of the performers, filmmakers haunted, cuts like a knife through Lynne were among the most “Burni ng ”
and films that almost certainly won’t be Ramsay’s deconstructed revenge thriller. beautiful and tender of the “S p i de r- man : In t o t h e S p i de r
among the names read on Tuesday, but who Reilly, a standout also in “The Sisters year. (Michael Shannon Vers e”
warrant it as much as any other nominee. Brothers,” gives a wonderfully sensitive had about the same screen “Pri v ate Li fe”
performance as Oliver Hardy in “Stan & time in 2008’s These are many others, too, that deserve
BEST ACTRESS Ollie.” Jandreau, a Lakota cowboy, doesn’t “Revolutionary Road” to be remembered. Everyone could, and
Kathry n Hahn, “Pri v ate Li fe” get his due for his magnetic performance in and still earned a should, have their own picks. To paraphrase
“The Rider” since much of it was based on Michael B. deserved Oscar nomina-
Amandl a Stenberg , “The Hate U Gi v e” Lady Gaga, it was a far from shallow year at
Jo anna Kul i g , “Co l d War” his life. But that takes nothing away from Jordan tion.) As a desperately the movies.
Reg i na Hal l , “Suppo rt the Gi rl s ” its honesty. And few actors were more excit- down-on-his-luck actor
To ni Co l l ette, “Heredi tary ” ing and indispensable in 2018 than the in “Paddington 2,” Hugh Grant gave the
It is easily, overwhelmingly, the most quickly maturing Hedges, whose many
crowded category of the year, and this bunch strong performances including his recover-
STILL leaves out unforgettable performanc- ing addict in “Ben Is Back.”
es by Elsie Fisher (“Eighth Grade”), Carey
Mulligan (“Wildlife”), Jamie Lee Curtis BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
(“Halloween”) and Juliette Binoche (“Let Jun Jo ng -s eo , “Burni ng ”
the Sunshine In”). Yet these five all seem to
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who performed “Two Drink writer Nina Simone were particular- Central Neighborhood Association
CONCERT
Continued from page 19
Minimum” then later “Say Hello 2
Heaven,” a Temple of the Dog song
that was written by Cornell. She
MLK
Continued from page 1
ly impressive and showed they
learned quite a bit about King’s era.
By reciting their work in front of
nearly every year since it began,
Ethel Burnside said it was beautiful
to see the students’ enthusiasm for
wore a jacket bearing a picture of the audience, students also get the the contest this year, noting they
Cornell on it. chance to grow in their self-confi- even braved rain to share their work
changed music. ... That legacy and “I’m honored to be here tonight,” knowledge the students portrayed in dence, added Smith. at the Martin Luther King
influence will last for generations to she said. their work this year and how well “It gives them the opportunity to Community Center Wednesday
come.” they understood the theme of work- know they can step out,” she said. night.
Brad Pitt introduced Cornell’s ing together to accomplish dreams.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted most of daughter, Toni Cornell, who sang As a parent, Juleh McLintock said Burnside said she’s seen many stu-
the five-hour tribute concert that Davis was also encouraged by the
while Ziggy Marley played the gui- number of participants from nearby she enjoyed seeing her daughter dents who participated in the con-
took the sold-out crowd through tar as they performed his father’s Darra McLintock, a fifth-grader at test as young children develop a
Cornell’s career and catalog, with schools who received King’s mes-
song “Redemption Song.” The sage and embraced it. Highlands Elementary School, pre- deep respect for King’s work and
performances by members of his singer’s other daughter Lily Cornell pare for the contest and spend time continue to honor his example as
former bands Soundgarden and Silver said her father had a “beautiful “I was amazed,” she said. “You learning about such an inspiring high school students.
Audioslave. The all-star lineup also gift” as a musician. could tell that they felt it and that figure facing challenges that still
included Miley Cyrus, Adam Levine, “The most influential advice he they seemed to have the correct mes- exist today. “It’s a learning experience for
Brandi Carlile, Miguel, Chris gave me was that his success didn’t sage that there’s something that “It’s nice to have him be the them to stand in front of a crowd,”
Stapleton, Ryan Adams and Temple come from a desire to have success. each of us can do, that we need to focus,” she said. “Not just for the she said. “That’s where you have to
of the Dog. It was born from a passion and a do.” holiday, but [as] a reason to study start, with the young kids.”
“We miss you, Chris,” said Cyrus, love for what he did,” she said. For Nina Smith, who has also his works and his accomplish- An awards ceremony will be held 1
judged the contest for several years, ments, especially considering the p.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 19 at San
And the big gut-punch is yet to time we’re in.”

‘OLD’
students whose work referenced not Mateo’s Martin Luther King
come when they begin to describe just King’s work but other civil Having coordinated the contest Community Center, 725 Monte
what it was like to re-enter civilian rights leaders like singer and song- hosted by San Mateo’s North Diablo Ave.
Continued from page 19 life after the war: No one cared.
And no one wanted to talk about raised “an incredible daughter.” He was no apparent danger when
pain of the army-issued boots,
many of which didn't actually even
the war. These veterans were now a
nuisance and a burden. FUNERAL apologized to Merced and Lupe
Corona for the shooting that ended
her life on Jan. 10.
Corona responded solo to a three-
car crash in downtown Davis, near
the university. But as Corona
fit the soldiers. They also talk "They Shall Not Grow Old" Continued from page 1 talked to the drivers, gunfire erupt-
about the unique camaraderie in the “You delivered to us the perfect
won't prepare you for that history cop. Our commitment to you was ed.
trenches as somewhat fleeting, enforcement like her father, who
test or ready you to talk about the to get her home,” the police chief
which struck me as something I spent 26 years as a Colusa County Police say Kevin Douglas
hadn't heard before in all the band Gallipoli or Verdun. And yet, while said. “I’m so sorry that we didn’t
sheriff’s deputy. Limbaugh, 48, was not involved in
of brothers narratives out there, it might not be a conventional get her back home to you.” the crash but rode up on a bicycle
and what it was like when the per- history lesson, it is a necessary “It was truly in her blood,” Davis Corona graduated from the and opened fire on Corona without
son next to you was suddenly and utterly urgent one, and it's Police Chief Darren Pytel said. “I Sacramento Police Academy in warning. He hit her in the neck and
killed, and the weariness and apa- very much worth taking the trek to placed a bet that one day she’d be July and completed her field train- fired more shots as she lay on the
thy both they and the Germans the theater for its special engage- the police chief. I know what it ing in December. She was assigned ground, reloading at least twice as
seemed to feel as the war stretched ment on Jan. 21 to take advantage takes, and she had it.” to patrol on her own just weeks he fired at passing vehicles, nar-
on and everyone just wanted to go of the astonishing technology on Looking to her parents in the ago. rowly avoiding wounding others
home. display. front row, Pytel said they had On the evening of Jan. 10, there before he walked home.

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Health’s other hospitals, O’Connor Hospital them prove to be onerous to the hospitals’ announcement. But Amour, who is also a mem-

SETON
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in San Jose and Saint Louise Regional
Hospital in Gilroy.
Though Santa Clara County’s bid for the San
next owner.
Horsley and Canepa have participated in
talks with leaders of the San Mateo County
ber of the California Nurses Association,
knows many nurses who have been concerned
about the hospital’s future for months, and
Jose and Gilroy hospitals was approved by the Health System and the Health Plan of San shared in their relief Friday.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles Dec. Mateo since Verity Health announced in July it “Knowing that we have a buyer is awesome,”
28,000 emergency room patients a year, said 27, it has since been appealed by Attorney is experiencing financial challenges and may she said. “There’s lots of uncertainty, but it
Supervisor David Canepa, who represents General Xavier Becerra, who has asked for the put the six hospitals up for sale. Given the makes me very, very happy to know that Seton
north county’s District 5 on the Board of existing conditions protecting the health and some $250 million in seismic upgrades needed will continue serving the community. That is,
Supervisors. Estimated to serve 1.5 million safety of the hospital community to be pre- for the Seton Medical Center and the facility’s after all, the most important thing.”
residents in both San Mateo and San Francisco served. age, Horsley felt the hospital may only be
counties with a range of medical, surgical and Because the conditions set forth by the
financially feasible for its next owner if a full attorney general in 2015 are aimed at protect-
emergency services, some 85 percent of the
patients the Seton Medical Center sees every
Long history replacement and downsizing effort is consid- ing patients, Amour hoped the provisions
ered. would remain intact and said any contracts
year are on Medicare or Medi-Cal, Canepa said As part of a 2015 deal in which the New York
previously. hedge fund BlueMountain Capital purchased “We’re hoping that this new owner ... that considered going forward should support
A skilled nursing facility, the 116-bed coast- the six hospitals from the cash-strapped they will really take a look and figure out how patient care.
side hospital offers the only standby emer- Daughters of Charity, service obligations they would replace the hospital in the future,” For Daly City Councilwoman Juslyn
gency department along the 55-mile coastal aimed at ensuring the safety-net hospitals con- he said. “I remain skeptical that, in the long Manalo, news of a buyer marked a step in the
stretch between Daly City and Santa Cruz, tinue offering services until 2025 were set by run, it remains viable in the current state.” right direction for the facilities after months of
according to Verity Health. then-attorney general Kamala Harris. The Horsley acknowledged both facilities pro- working with residents and officials from both
With many fearing Seton Medical Center transaction was considered by some to be the vide critical services that are not provided at San Francisco and San Mateo counties to
may close and no interested buyers would step largest and most complex nonprofit hospital many other Bay Area hospitals, noting the explore ways to support them. Manalo served
forward, Canepa said news of the bid has been transaction in California’s history. Seton Medical Center offers some 40 beds for as the city’s mayor when city officials passed a
cause for celebration even as he acknowledged “As we have stated before, the California sub-acute care. He added Seton Coastside pro- resolution supporting the Seton Medical
the long road ahead to ensure they remain Department of Justice is committed to advocat- vides skilled nursing care for patients from all Center’s land use and zoning for continued
open. ing for conditions that ensure communities over San Mateo County and who would other- hospital use Sept. 24 and has also participated
“This is an exciting day,” he said. “In our have access to essential health care services,” wise be required to seek care in far-flung places. in the bi-county work group.
community, people are relieved, but … this is a California Department of Justice representa- Having heard from many Daly City residents
a marathon. … This is not done.” tive said in an emailed statement. Worker, city reaction and employees about the need for the facilities,
The motion Verity Health filed in the U.S. Having hoped the Seton facilities could con- Having worked at Seton Medical Center for Manalo was encouraged to see so many come
Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles Friday seeks tinue to operate, Supervisor Don Horsley wel- more than 25 years, Debra Amour participated together to protect a community asset.
bankruptcy court approval to initiate a sale comed news of the offer. But he also hoped the in a bi-county work group organized to scope “This is an initial step that we’ve all been
process of Verity Health’s remaining four hos- attorney general would work with the buyer next steps for the facilities and said she waiting for,” she said. “It’s such a good thing
pitals. It follows an October bid on behalf of and county officials to re-evaluate the condi- remained hopeful the facilities would not close to see after so many conversations and trying
Santa Clara County to acquire two of Verity tions set in 2015 and determine if some of in the months following the bankruptcy to strategize what can be done.”

senior housing downtown, ground floor height minimums

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have been lowered from 16 feet to 12 feet.
One major development proposed for downtown is on the
agenda as well. Staff is again asking for a 90-day extension SATURDAY, JAN, 19
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for the Firehouse Square proposal, after the council said it Senior Showcase Health Fair. 9 Library for free. Each session will be
a.m. to 1 p.m., Millbrae Community 30 minutes in duration. Each patron
wouldn’t grant any more extensions for the project in Center, 623 Magnolia Ave., Millbrae. will be given a 6’x6’ piece of vinyl to
conceptual design services, a process expected to span March. But that was before developer Sares Regis teamed up Visit booths with resources and cut their design on. Oracal 631, 651
seven months and cost no more than $282,002. The budget with nonprofit MidPen Housing and submitted a new pro- services from all of San Mateo and Siser Heat Transfer Vinyl avail-
County. Free services include: goody able for patrons to choose from.
is $256,365 plus a contingency of $25,367 for this phase posal that boosted the percentage of affordable units from bags, giveaways, refreshments and Free and for all ages. To register or
of the project. 25 percent to 80 percent. door prizes. Blood pressure checks for more information call 591-8286.
and free flu shots (from 9 a.m.-11
Group 4 Architecture was unanimously selected because of Prior to the regular meeting, there will be an informa- a.m.). Free admission, everyone wel- Learn to Play B ridge. 6:30 p.m. to
its “representation of community engagement activities, tional presentation on the Belmont Creek Watershed come. For more information call 8:30 p.m. San Mateo Senior Center,
extensive experience with similar projects, thoughtful and 344-5200. 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
Management project, which entails various flood resiliency Mateo. Come learn the basics of
creative incorporation of art and design, impact of opera- efforts, including above ground/underground detention UCSF Flu Crew. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., contract bridge. Cost is $135 to
tional costs early in the design phase and vision for a man- Millbrae Community Center, 623 $165. For more information call 522-
basins at city parks and other privately owned open spaces. Magnolia Ave., Millbrae. Free flu
aged and responsible approach for a new Community Center 7490.
Finding appropriate locations for detention basins on pri- shots for ages 3+. For more informa-
in Belmont,” according to a staff report. vate property is one of the challenges the project faces. tion call 344-5200. TUESDAY, JAN. 22
The aging building was constructed in 1949 and is suffer- IPhone and iPad Basics. 10 a.m. to
Finally, the council will discuss and potentially take a AAR P South San Francisco noon. San Mateo Senior Center,
ing from deferred maintenance because of budget con- vote on its preference for the owner/operator component of Chapter 3156 General Meeting.
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Free coffee
straints. It’s also in need of seismic and accessibility the Managed Lanes project, a roughly half-a-billion plan to and doughnuts will be provided. Mateo. Manage devices, stay con-
upgrades, according to the report. nected, browse the web and take
build an extra lane on either direction of Highway 101 in Entertainment following the meet-
photos. $20 for four classes.
ing will be performed by ‘hardly
This phase of the project will result in a detailed vision San Mateo County and then convert the far left lanes to strictly Hawaiian Aloha Band.’ For Registration is required. For more
for the community centerpiece, but funding still needs to be tolled express lanes. more information call 991-4111. information call 522-7490.
secured. Councilmembers in the past have suggested the Express lanes promise speeds of at least 45 mph on all Financial Fitness: Retirement and Memoir Classes. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
type of facility they have in mind would cost between $30 lanes at all times by allowing buses, carpools of three peo- Wealth Preservation. Noon. South Little House, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo
Park. Every Tuesday until Tuesday,
million and $50 million. ple or more and motorcycles to travel free while charging an San Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
Jan. 29. Cost $15. For more informa-
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
The council may also discuss its plans to create a down- electronic toll for other drivers who choose to use them. Brad Hamada, CFEd, will teach the tion call 326-0723.
town, but the only action it will take on Tuesday’s meeting The special meeting will commence at 6:30 p.m. followed concepts behind retirement, health
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fICtItIous BusIness name fICtItIous BusIness name cause why the court should not grant au-
statement #279818 statement #280076 thority.
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business A hearing on the petition will be held in
as: Estilos Hair Salon, 32 5th Avenue, as: Sign City, 222 Sunshine Drive, PA- this court as follows: FEB. 04, 2019 at
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis- CIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Owner: 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
tered Owner: Milca Sara-lafosse, 2042 Sign City Designs, CA. The business is California, County of San Mateo, 400
Euclid Ave., East Palo Alto, CA 94303. conducted by a Corporation. The regis- County Center, Redwood City, CA
The business is conducted by an Individ- trant commenced to transact business 94063.
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- under the FBN on N/A. If you object to the granting of the peti-
act business under the FBN on N/A. /s/Stanley McCarthy/ tion, you should appear at the hearing
/s/Milca Sara-lafosse/ This statement was filed with the Asses- and state your objections or file written
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 1/16/19. (Published objections with the court before the hear-
sor-County Clerk on 12/17/18. (Publish- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/19/19, ing. Your appearance may be in person
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/26/19, 2/2/19, 2/9/19). or by your attorney.
12/29/18, 1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19). If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
itor of the decedent, you must file your
notICe of petItIon to claim with the court and mail a copy to
fICtItIous BusIness name admInIsteR estate of the personal representative appointed by
statement #279905 Edith Eleanore Sloniger the court within the later of either (1) four
The following person is doing business Case Number: 19PRO00034 months from the date of first issuance of
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- letters to a general personal representa-
as: R & A Systems, 620 Mountain View
Ave, BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered tingent creditors, and persons who may tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
Owner: Robert Anthony Kintz, 516 Geor- otherwise be interested in the will or es- California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
getown Ave., San Mateo, CA 94402. tate, or both, of Edith Eleanore Sloniger. from the date of mailing or personal de-
The business is conducted by an Individ- A Petition for Probate has been filed by livery to you of a notice under sectioin
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- Elsbeth Krause in the Superior Court of 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
act business under the FBN on N/A. California, County of San Mateo. The er California statutes and legal authority
/s/Robert Anthony Kintz/ Petition for Probate requests that Noell may affect your rights as a creditor. You
This statement was filed with the Asses- Kubota be appointed as personal repre- may want to consult with an attorney
sor-County Clerk on 12/27/18. (Publish- sentative to administer the estate of the knowledgable in California law.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, decedent. You may examine the file kept by the
12/29/18, 1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19). The petition requests the decedent’s will court. If you are a person interested in
and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- the estate, you may file with the court a
bate. The will and any codicils are availa- Request for Special Notice (form DE-
fICtItIous BusIness name ble for examination in the file kept in the 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
statement #279659 court. praisal of estate assets or of any petition
The following person is doing business The petition requests authority to admin- or account as provided in Probate Code
as: Easy Gift Sales, 128 Cypress Ave., ister the estate under the Independent section 1250. A Request for Special No-
SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered Administration of Estates Act. (This au- tice form is available from the court clerk.
Owner: Stavroula Fanourgiakis, same thority will allow the personal representa- Attorney for Petitioner:
address. The business is conducted by tive to take many actions without obtain- Nadine R. Aarsheim
an Individual. The registrant com- ing court approval. Before taking certain Aarsheim Law, P.C.
menced to transact business under the very important actions, however, the per- 100 Tamal Plaza, Ste. 275
FBN on 11/19/18. sonal representative will be required to CORTE MADERA, CA 94925 203 public notices 298 Collectibles 304 furniture
/s/Stavroula Fanourgiakis/ give notice to interested persons unless (415)322-3023
This statement was filed with the Asses- they have waived notice or consented to FILED: 1/4/2019
the proposed action.) The independent timely filed, the court may grant the peti- topps BaseBall complete set 1987 dInIng taBle - (72”X42”)WITH 2 FT
sor-County Clerk on 11/29/18. (Publish- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, administration authority will be granted nal on 1/19/19, 1/26/19, 1/28/19 )
unless an interested person files an ob- petition shall be held on 2/14/2019 at 9 4474 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
12/29/18, 1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19). a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
jection to the petition and shows good
cause why the court should not grant au- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this dResseR 4-dRaweR in Belmont for
fICtItIous BusIness name thority. Order to Show Cause shall be published 299 Computers $75. Good condition; good for children.
A hearing on the petition will be held in at least once each week for four succes- Call (650)678-8585
statement #279914 sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
The following person is doing business this court as follows: February 9, 2019 at 19" ColoR Monitor with stand VG con-
9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of ing on the petition in the following news- dition power cord/owners manual includ- dResseR-antIque vanIty Combo, 3
as: Coast Consulting, 1132 Crescent St., oRdeR to show Cause foR paper of general circulation:
MONTARA, CA 94037. Registered California, County of San Mateo, 400 ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $550
Change of name San Mateo Daily Journal (650)290-3188
Owner: Larry A. Patterson, same ad- County Center, Redwood City, CA CASE# 18C1V06819
94063. Filed: 1/2/2019
dress. The business is conducted by an SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ ReCoRdaBle Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop-
Individual. The registrant commenced to If you object to the granting of the peti- ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, enteRtaInment CaBInet, 42"W x
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Judge of the Superior Court 31"H. Two drawers at bottom, dark finish.
transact business under the FBN on N/A. tion, you should appear at the hearing 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, (650) 578 9208
and state your objections or file written Dated: 1/2/2019 Good condition $75 (650)722-6318
/s/Larry A. Patterson/ REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 (Published 1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19,
This statement was filed with the Asses- objections with the court before the hear-
sor-County Clerk on 12/28/18. (Publish- ing. Your appearance may be in person
PETITION OF 1/26/19). 300 toys
Seyed Saeed Moaddel Shahidi ethan allen sofa and love seat. Blue
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, or by your attorney. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19, 1/26/19). If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- ameRICan flyeR locomotive runs velveteen. Solid construction. Some col-
Petitioner: Seyed Saeed Moaddel good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol-
itor of the decedent, you must file your Shahidi filed a petition with this court for
claim with the court and mail a copy to stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
fICtItIous BusIness name a decree changing name as follows: jump and Play Keyboard brand new, in
statement #279943
the personal representative appointed by
the court within the later of either (1) four
Present name: 295 art original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. glIdeR rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
The following person is doing business Seyed Saeed Moaddel Shahidi lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
months from the date of first issuance of Proposed Name: oIl paIntIng-Canvass, Victorian
as: Brickley Wealth Management, 1900 letters to a general personal representa- staR waRs Celebration 3 Darth Vader
O’Farrell Street, Suite 330, SAN MATEO, Saeed Shahidi Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 Ikea dResseR, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the OBO (650)515-6091 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
CA 94403. Registered Owners: 1)Brick- California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
ley Wealth Holding Inc., CA 2)Brickley from the date of mailing or personal de- 302 antiques Ikea taBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
Wealth Investment Inc., CA. The busi- livery to you of a notice under sectioin
interested in this matter shall appear be-
fore this court at the hearing indicated
296 appliances $ 30. (650)598-9804.
ness is conducted by a General Partner- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- antIque hemIngRay Glass Tele-
ship. The registrant commenced to below to show cause, if any, why the pe- aIR CondItIoneR 10000 BTU w/re-
er California statutes and legal authority tition for change of name should not be graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris- new deluXe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
transact business under the FBN on may affect your rights as a creditor. You mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762- ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
01/01/2017. granted. Any person objecting to the brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
may want to consult with an attorney name changes described above must file 6048 Sell! (650) 875-8159.
/s/Nathan Brickley/ knowledgable in California law. 0898
This statement was filed with the Asses- a written objection that includes the rea-
You may examine the file kept by the sons for the objection at least two court BeeR steIns-oRIgInal from Germa- nIagaRa vIBRatIng Adjustable bed
sor-County Clerk on 1/2/19. (Published in court. If you are a person interested in fRee washeR and 220v dryer, both ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/5/19, days before the matter is scheduled to
the estate, you may file with the court a be heard and must appear at the hearing working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You (650)592-7483 (408)656-0958
1/12/19, 1/19/19, 1/26/19). Request for Special Notice (form DE- move, stairs.
to show cause why the petition should
154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- not be granted. If no written objection is offICe type 34"X 60" heavy solid
praisal of estate assets or of any petition timely filed, the court may grant the peti- glass-panel lampshade. Similar mahogany antIque Secretary desk, wood with formica wood grain top $25
fICtItIous BusIness name or account as provided in Probate Code to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- (650) 787-9753
statement #280006 tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
section 1250. A Request for Special No- petition shall be held on 2/14/2019 at 9 ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
The following person is doing business tice form is available from the court clerk. $75 (650)727-7266 ReClInIng ChaIR, wine colored $30,
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
as: Falcon Investigation Services, 556 Attorney for Petitioner: Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this RosevIlle tulIp Pitcher, Ca: 1900. (650)-583-4985
Angus Avenue E., SAN BRUNO, CA Noell Kubota Order to Show Cause shall be published hotpoInt heavy Duty Dryer excellent $45. (650)574-2490.
94066. Registered Owner: John F. Dar- Law Office of Noell Kubota working condition Burlingame $50 Call RetRo hutCh Needs refinishing other-
at least once each week for four succes- wise good condition. Top detaches from
manin, same address. The business is 630 North San Mateo Drive Dan (408)656-0958
conducted by an Individual. The regis- SAN MATEO, CA 94401
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- 303 electronics bottom $25. (650)712-9962
ing on the petition in the following news-
trant commenced to transact business (650) 579-7535 paper of general circulation: maytag washeR excellent working
under the FBN on July 1, 2018. FILED: 1/9/2019 condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan Cannon CopIeR. $20. 650-342-5220. solId wood Dining table with exten-
San Mateo Daily Journal sion great piece great condition black
/s/John F. Darmanin/ (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Filed: 12/31/2018 (408)656-0958
This statement was filed with the Asses- nal on 1/15/19, 1/19/19, 1/22/19, 1/23/19 fRee televIsIon - Mitsubishi, $80 (650)364-5263
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
sor-County Clerk on 1/9/19. (Published in Judge of the Superior Court mfg h20laBs Model 300 exc cond
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/12/19, counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local solId wood Entertainment Center-
Dated: 12/28/2018 Delivery available. TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
1/19/19, 1/26/19, 2/2/19). (Published 1/5/19, 1/12/19, 1/19/19, new, sIngeR Sewing Machine Univer- Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
1/26/19). sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- onkyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
fICtItIous BusIness name chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, (925)482-5742
statement #280016 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
The following person is doing business notICe of petItIon to tIffany style Lamp shade. Older- taBle 24"X48" folding legs each end.
as: Pro Water Damage Clean Up, 406 El admInIsteR estate of multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) phIllIps-50” ColoR t.v., Heavy, $99 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
Camino Real, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Gordon Henry Bowman-Jones oRdeR to show Cause foR 727-7266. (650)591-8062 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
Registered Owner: Goveagold Corpora- Case Number: 19PRO00015 Change of name
CASE# 18C1V005541 vaCuum CleaneR (reconditioned) tIkI BaR - Original from the 60’s,Like
tion, CA. The business is conducted by
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
304 furniture Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500
a Corporation. The registrant com-
menced to transact business under the tingent creditors, and persons who may COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, (650)245-4234.
otherwise be interested in the will or es- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, antIque dInIng table for six people
FBN on January 01, 2019.
tate, or both, of Gordon Henry Bowman- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 297 Bicycles with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
/s/Jose Govea Ambriz/ Jones. A Petition for Probate has been
This statement was filed with the Asses- PETITION OF twIn Bed frame-black wrought iron
filed by Maria Christina Bowman-Jones Wendy Kay Toth adult BIkes 1 regular and 2 with bal- antIque mohagany Bookcase. Four from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
sor-County Clerk on 1/10/19. (Published Schleicher in the Superior Court of Cali- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/12/19, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
fornia, County of San Mateo. The Peti- Petitioner: Wendy Kay Toth twIn Bed, mattress, box spring, frame
1/19/19, 1/26/19, 2/2/19). tion for Probate requests that Maria ChIld’s sChwInn BICyCle, Blue in BeautIful dResseR, dark wood fin- $ 50. (650)598-9804.
Shahidi filed a petition with this court for
Christina Bowman-Jones Schleicher be a decree changing name as follows: good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. ish and like new $100 (650)722-6318
appointed as personal representative to Present name: Wendy Kay Toth twIn Bed- Free you pick up. Call
fICtItIous BusIness name mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good. BeautIful headBoaRd for a queen (650)344-2109
statement #280003 administer the estate of the decedent. Proposed Name: Wendy Kay Miller
The petition requests authority to admin- Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220. sized bed. Medium brown finish. Ask for
The following person is doing business photo $40 (650)722-6318 used BedRoom Furniture, FREE. Call
as: Little Steps Daycare and Learning ister the estate under the Independent THE COURT ORDERS that all persons mountaIn BIke new 21 gears $100.
Administration of Estates Act. (This au- (650)573-7381.
Center, 1162 Polynesia Drive, FOSTER interested in this matter shall appear be- (650)722-3634 Bedstead sIngle, poster style, box
CITY, CA 94404. Registered Owner: thority will allow the personal representa- fore this court at the hearing indicated wall unIt/Room Divider. Simple
tive to take many actions without obtain- spring, mattress available. $40.00.
Micka Angela Montero, same address. below to show cause, if any, why the pe- mountaIn BIke. Top brand. Runs (650)593-7408 lines. Breaks down for transportation.
The business is conducted by an Individ- ing court approval. Before taking certain tition for change of name should not be good. $39. (660)342-5220 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- very important actions, however, the per- granted. Any person objecting to the
sonal representative will be required to BeIge sofa $99. Excellent Condition
name changes described above must file
act business under the FBN on N/A.
give notice to interested persons unless a written objection that includes the rea- 298 Collectibles (650) 315-2319 walnut Chest, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
/s/Micka Angela Montero/
This statement was filed with the Asses- they have waived notice or consented to sons for the objection at least two court BRown lIvIng room chair with cush-
the proposed action.) The independent days before the matter is scheduled to 1984 tIme magazine. Special 1994 whIte wICkeR Armoire, asking $100,
sor-County Clerk on 1/9/19. (Published in Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D.
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/19/19, administration authority will be granted be heard and must appear at the hearing $80.00. Transport yourself. Call great condition, text for picture (650)571-
unless an interested person files an ob- to show cause why the petition should (650)588-0842 0947
1/26/19, 2/2/19, 2/9/19). (650)872-2371
jection to the petition and shows good not be granted. If no written objection is
49’eR 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie Bunk Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 B/O (650)685-2494
ColleCtaBle CaBBage Patch Kids
306 housewares
ChIna CaBInet Wallet, $20. Call

legal notICes
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New (650)589-1407
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 BRead makeR-ZojIRushI $85 Call
(650) 572-8895 (650)222-2025
Commode, good condition. $20 obo.
Please call (650)745-6309
depRessIon glass Dining Plate. 8 Complete set OF CHINA - Windsor
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. ComputeR desk (glass) & chair. Like Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
$12 (650)762-6048 new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or 20-pieces in original box, never used.
Fictitious Business Name Statements, games of the 23rd Olympiad maga-
gtecher@comcast.net $250 per box
(650)342-5630
(3 boxes available).

Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
0842
ComputeR swIvel CHAIR. Padded
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 CRystal wIne glasses new (12ea)
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, lennoX Red Rose, Unused, hand
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
CoZy ReClIneR in good condition.
Purchased one year ago. $90.00 hummel wall Plate 71/2"dia. 1981
(650)722-6318
Notice of Public Sales and More. $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
mIlleR lIte Neon sign , work good desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
Boy w/umbrella $15. (650)344-4756
mIkasa set. White. Modern (square)
$59 call (650)218-6528 (650)458-3578 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.

Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. old, antIque, Bottle Collection: 20
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 dInIng Room Table-Antique,Oak,
5chairs, w/ extension $350 (650)290-
new "Bella" buffet tripple slow cooker
and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592-
2648
small Rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- 3188
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 4162
staR waRs R2-D2, original 1998 un- dInIng taBle (36"x54") and 4 match-
pRessuRe CookeR-BRand
$50 (650)222-2025
New

Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos.
Steve 650-518-6614
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for
$250 .(650)-654-1930.
Royal- openhagen Xmas Wall
vIntage stemwaRe: 3 styles, 23 gently used coffee table; cherry fin- Plates 7 7/8" dia. 1976, l980,1984 $10
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 ish/traditional $40 (650)722-6318 ea. (650)344-4756
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306 housewares 310 Misc. For sale 316 clothes 340 camera & photo equip. 379 Open houses 620 Automobiles
siNK dOUBle cast iron. Good condi- Old B&l Microscope in good condition; FANcy hiGh heel shoes, never worn NiKON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 don’t lose money
TeA seT-silVer Platted, Coffee Pot, Old sTyle Water dispenser-iron stand- OMeGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
OpeN hOUse on a trade-in or
Tea Pot, Water Pot, Cream And Sugar
$175 (650)222-2025
clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873-
6304
FAUx FUr Coat Woman's brown multi
color in excellent condition 3/4
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
lisTiNGs consignment!
length $50 (650)692-8012
rAy-BAN TOp Bar Sunglasses ViViTAr V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and List your Open House sell your vehicle in the
308 Tools RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- KNee-hiGh BlAcK women's boots, original manual. Like new. $99 SSF in the Daily Journal. daily Journal’s
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- size 7, wide calf & wide width, new. (650)583-6636
2 crAFTsMAN 16in Reel Mowers new
weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- $40.00. Call (650)872-2371 Reach over 83,450 Auto classifieds.
6596
in box $40 each(650)766-4858 lAdies seqUiN dress, blue, size XL,
345 Medical equipment potential home buyers &
ANTiqUe irON Hand Drills. 3 available
sAMsONiTe 26" tan hard-sided suit pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
AdJUsTABle BATh shower transfer
renters a day, Just $45
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. from South San Francisco
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron $45. (650)328-6709 MeN's sTeTsON hat, size large, new, bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 We’ll run it
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 to Palo Alto. ‘til you sell it!
BriGGs & Stratton Lawn Mower with driVe 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
silK sAree 6 yards new nice color.for (650) 578-9208
et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
in your local newspaper.
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
(650)771-6324. (510)770-1976
formation. shOes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
(650)508-8662
call (650)344-5200 reach 83,450 drivers
crAFTsMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" siNK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, driVe delUxe two button walker $10 from south sF to
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 $15.00 (650)544-5306 TUxedO size 40, black, including white (510)770-1976
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 palo Alto
lG crAFTsMeN shop vac 6.5hp $60 slr leNs Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 hOMedics dUAl Shiatsu Massage
(510)943-9221 Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162 call (650)344-5200
Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 WeddiNG dress-desiGNer, Size 12,
Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
440 Apartments ads@smdailyjournal.com
shOpsMiTh MArK V 50th Anniversary slr leNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 for $500 Call (650)867-1728 iNVersiON TherApy table back
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. stretcher w/ heat $99.00 joe (650)573- BelMONT: lArGe -1br, 2br, 3br Apts.;
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 Prime Location, Quiet Buildings, Clean &
(650)504-0585 WOrK BOOTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, 5269
Tires-seT OF four P225 45 R18 $80 Updated units. No Smoking, No Pets, No
brown, with steel metatarsal protection. Housing Vouchers $2100.00 and up cheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT
ViNTAGe crAFTsMAN Jig Saw. Circa OBO (650)359-2238. In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 OMT TABle, excellent condition, fold-
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 (650593-8254. CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284.
ing, $25, (650) 552-9556.
TUNTUri rOWiNG Machine, Good
318 sports equipment MAzdA 2016 Sky Active one owner per-
310 Misc. For sale Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 rAdiATiON prOTecTiON 1/2-apron
Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
470 rooms fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
UNideN hArley Davidson Gas Tank ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227- $19,995 OBO (650)520-4650
500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint, BiG BerThA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick 7742. hip hOUsiNG
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 pONTiAc ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum
(415)999-4474 Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
WAlKer - Good Condition - Like New - WAlKer/rOlATOr. NeW. large, bas- San Mateo County Rims with good tires. Needs engine
Bessy sMAll Evening Hand Bag With $35 (650)341-5347 ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell
Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 BrANd NeW Golf bag with Stand. (650)348-6660
size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00 9650)714-3865.
Makes a great gift. $70. 415-867-6444.
BiFOld shUTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00 311 Musical instruments (650)727-7266
TOyOTA ‘13 Corolla - Black, Excellent
(650)544-5306 BrANd NeW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods; condition Like new, Automatic, One own-
1929 ANTiqUe Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great Garage sales 485 residential care er, $7,295.00 (650)212-6666.
BlUe OysTer cult lp signed by donald ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call gift $99. 415-867-6444.
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash (650)742-6776. VW ‘13 TIQUAN, SUV, white, 80K miles,
(408)661-6019 eAsTON AlUMiNUM bat.33 inches, 30 VOrAlTO VillAGe $9,800 (650)302-5523
cANdelABrA-silVer plATed tar-
nish resistant,5 light, 11”tall, 11”wide,
chrOMATic hArMONicA: Horner
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
(650)278-5776.
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
GArAGe sAles AT MeNlO pArK
625 classic cars
eVerlAsT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and A welcoming and spa-like secured
Made in England, $45 (650)222-2025 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966 esTATe sAles memory care community nestled in a
residential neighborhood just blocks cAdillAc ‘85 Classic El Dorado
cAsh reGisTer Parts; Much Skin Not epiphONe les Paul Custom Prophecy GUThy-reNKer pOWer Rider,Ever- 44,632 original miles. Needs body work
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 Make money, make room! from downtown Menlo Park
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Workers wonder what Brexit will bring Colombia blames
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Blitz and the One key ingredient, Calendula,

LONDON — It’s an understate-


ment to say that Michael O’Brien is
rebels for attack G r e a t
Depression, so
Brexit should be
comes from Egypt and is processed
in France, an EU state. They’ve
stocked up for this year’s supplies,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “The entire Colombian state,”
worried about Brexit. a piece of cake. but who knows after that. The card-
But uncertainty board used to wrap their BECO. bars Martinez said, “is prepared to con-
O’Brien is a supervisor at Clarity- BOGOTA, Colombia — front with the constitution and
The Soap Co., which employs visu- about what rules comes from forests in Scandinavia
will apply to and milled in Holland — also both Colombian authorities said that a laws in our hands those who want
ally impaired adults at a factory in one-armed explosives expert to ambush our national security
east London. A tall man with a thatch trade with the in the EU.
belonging to the country’s last and impose the force of terror-
of gray hair, O’Brien has a manner Theresa May European Union It expected to grow sales by half a
remaining rebel group carried out a ism.”
so easy that it sounds as if he is talk- after Britain million pounds ($646,000) for the
leaves the bloc is crimping the com- year, but now trimmed that figure to car bombing against a police acad- President Ivan Duque will
ing about the weather rather than an emy that left 21 dead and dozens announce later Friday the govern-
issue that bitterly divides British pany’s ability to plan for the future. 200,000 pounds due to uncertainty
Before Britain voted to leave the and the sluggishness of the econo- more wounded. ment’s stance on the future of the
society — the country’s looming Chief Prosecutor Nestor peace talks.
departure from the European Union. EU in June 2016, Clarity was prepar- my.
ing to increase production as part of Martinez said at a press conference But Martinez said top ELN com-
“(This job) means everything to Brexit will touch every aspect of Friday that the man who carried out
an effort to expand its offering of manders, who had been living in
me,” he said, standing beside a life in this country of 66 million. Thursday’s brazen attack, the dead-
high-end products, including soaps Cuba during the peace process and
machine that magnifies documents Besides tariffs and import problems, liest in 15 years in the South
hand made in the Lake District in are believed to have only minimal
so he can track invoices. “When I Brexit could reduce the availability American nation, was a longtime
northern England. The company control over their troops, would
came here 4 1/2 years ago, I was in a of workers — whether skilled ones member of the National Liberation
dreams of adding another one or two be held accountable for the attack.
bad way. I got (laid off) from my last in finance or healthcare or much- Army, or ELN.
production lines at its factory in east Overnight, the death toll from
job, didn’t think I’d work again. And needed unskilled seasonal laborers
London and adding to its 115-person Even though Jose Aldemar Rojas the bombing more than doubled to
I came here and it’s given me a life- picking fruit and vegetables. It could
workforce, but has had to refocus had no criminal record, Martinez 21, the worst tragedy since a 2003
line.” hinder academic and scientific
energy on planning for Brexit, said that the 56-year-old man is car bombing carried out by FARC
Amid the rancor and political research and even rekindle sectarian
spending hard-earned cash to stock- the same individual known in rebels against an elite Bogota
bickering that this week sent Prime violence on the Irish border.
pile ingredients. intelligence reports by alias social club that killed 36. It
Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal Everyone has a stake and that’s Mocho Kiko, who lost his arm proved especially unsettling
In some ways, Clarity is better off
down to the biggest defeat in histo- part of what makes Brexit hard to manipulating explosives during a because the target, the General
than companies with more exposure
ry, people across the U.K. are wor- agree on. long clandestine career with an Santander school, is one of the
to the potential of chaos at the bor-
ried about what the impasse in der in the event of a no-deal Brexit On the shop floor, people like ELN cell near the border with city’s most protected installa-
Parliament means for them and their because their market is in the United O’Brien who will be affected by the Venezuela. tions.
families. The anxiety is palpable at Kingdom. But the potential for political turmoil can only watch. The shock bombing recalled With the help of security cam-
Clarity, where people understand Brexit to disrupt their dreams is “Of course it’s a worry. People some of the bloodiest chapters of eras and fingerprints on his one-
that jobs can be precious and hard to immense. come here to work. They want to Colombia’s recent past and has remaining left hand, investigators
come by. The company, with annual rev- work,” he said, adding that Clarity is raised tough questions about lin- were able to quickly identify Rojas
The company traces its roots to enue of 2.6 million pounds (3.4 mil- unique and that anything which gering security threats in the wake and determine that he was the
1854 as a social enterprise that lion), sits at the end of supply threatens it would be terrible. “If this of a 2016 peace deal with FARC owner and driver of a 1993 Nissan-
employs people with disabilities: chains that would be disrupted if place doesn’t exist, there’s not rebels. It would also appear to tor- pick up that was loaded with 80
Queen Victoria was its first patron Brexit brings back border controls another place like it in the London pedo any chance of stalled peace kilograms (175 pounds) of pento-
and Charles Dickens supported it. and tariffs. area. So as I say, it would be a talks with the ELN resuming any lite and rammed past a security
Clarity has survived two World Wars, tragedy.” time soon. checkpoint into the leafy campus.
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Saudi women rebelling against system of male control


By Aya Batrawy Saudi women fleeing their fami- guardianship system. Some had
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lies challenge a system that grants also wanted to create alternative
men guardianship over women’s shelters for women runaways.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — lives. This guardianship system Regardless of their age, women
Another Saudi woman has turned starts in the home, where women in Saudi Arabia must have the con-
to social media for protection must obey fathers, husbands and sent of a male relative to obtain a
from her father, just days after brothers. Outside the home, it is passport, travel or marry. In the
Canada granted refuge to Rahaf al- applied to citizens, often referred past, a travel permit was a paper
Qunun, the 18-year-old Saudi who to as sons and daughters by Saudi document issued by the Interior
fled her family. rulers who demand obedience. Ministry and signed by a male rel-
Identified only as Nojoud al- Hala Aldosari, a Saudi scholar ative.
Mandeel on Twitter, her case dif- and activist, said the male Today, Saudi men download a
fers from that of al-Qunun. She has guardianship system replicates government mobile app that noti-
not fled the kingdom, has not the ruling family’s model of gov- fies them of a woman’s travel.
revealed her face and has only ernance, which demands full obe- Through the app, men can grant or
made her pleas for help on Twitter dience to the king, who holds deny a woman permission to trav-
in Arabic. absolute power in decision-mak- el. Some young women who have
While their circumstances are ing. fled the country had managed to
different, the claims of abuse by “This is why the state is keen to access their father’s phone,
the two women mirror those of maintain the authority of male cit- change the setting and disable its
other female Saudi runaways who izens over women to ensure their notifications.
REUTERS
have used social media to publi- allegiance,” she said, adding that In a statement read to reporters
this “hierarchical system of domi- 18-year-old Saudi Rahaf al-Qunun speaks during a Toronto press in Canada on Tuesday, al-Qunun
cize their escapes. conference this week. She fled her family and has sought refuge in Canada.
There has been speculation that nation” necessitates “keeping said she wants to be independent,
al-Qunun’s successful getaway will women in line.” does not harm families and the cul- dom, where conservative families travel and make her own deci-
inspire others to copy her. Crown Prince Mohammed bin ture. He said abolishing these laws view what they consider the pro- sions.
However, powerful deterrents Salman, who’s introduced social would create problems for families tection of women as a man’s duty. “I am one of the lucky ones,”
remain in place. If caught, run- reforms loosening restrictions on that don’t want to give freedom to More than a dozen women’s she said. “I know there are unlucky
aways face possible death at the women, told The Atlantic that their daughters. rights activists have been women who disappeared after try-
hands of relatives for purportedly doing away with guardianship The issue of guardianship is detained, many since May, after ing to escape or who could not
shaming the family. laws has to be done in a way that extremely sensitive in the king- they campaigned against the change their reality.”

Congo court poised to rule on However, leaked data published by protests against a dramatic fuel price been intermittently blocked as the
Around the world some media outlets, attributed to the increase. Badly injured people country’s largest telecom company,
presidential vote challenge try hoping for its first peaceful, dem- electoral commission and represent- streamed into a hospital in the capi- Econet, sends customers text mes-
ocratic transfer of power since inde- ing 86 percent of the votes, show tal, and rights groups said at least 12 sages relaying the government’s
KINSHASA, Congo — Congo’s
pendence in 1960. At least 34 peo- that Fayulu won 59.4 percent while people have been killed this week. orders.
constitutional court is poised to rule
ple have been killed since provi- Tshisekedi received 19 percent.
on a challenge to the presidential Gasoline in the economically shat- The shutdown has cut off crucial
election, with the government on sional results were released on Jan.
Friday dismissing an unprecedented 10, the United Nations said. Zimbabwe in ’total internet tered country is now the world’s most access to the electronic bank deposits
expensive, and since Monday that Zimbabwe’s struggling govern-
request by the African Union conti- The declared runner-up in the Dec.
shutdown’ amid crackdown Zimbabweans have heeded a nation- ment, without a national currency,
nental body to delay releasing the 30 election, Martin Fayulu, has HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe wide call shared on social media to uses to pay teachers and other public
final results because of “serious requested a recount, alleging fraud. imposed a “total internet shutdown” stay at home in protest. Others took workers. Some people said they
doubts” about the vote. The electoral commission has said for most of Friday in what critics to the streets. Access to the internet stayed home this week because they
Upholding the official results Tshisekedi won 38 percent of the called an attempt to hide growing and popular social media apps like were running out of money to afford
could spark new violence in a coun- vote and Fayulu 34 percent. reports of a violent crackdown on Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp has even a bus fare.

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