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CONCUSSION RULES
LACKING AT OLYMPICS
IN THE AFTERMATH
FUNERALS: GRIEVING TEENS, RAW EMOTIONS AFTER SCHOOL
SHOOTING
Norway
Germany
Canada
Netherlands
MEDAL COUNT
GOLD

11
10
7
6
SILVER

9
6
5
5
BRONZE

8
4
6
2
TOTAL
29
20
18
13
HEALTH PAGE 19 NATION PAGE 7

Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula


Tuesday • Feb. 20, 2018 • XVIII, Edition 158 www.smdailyjournal.com

Two San Bruno schools to close


School board approves plans to shutter campuses due to budget strife
By Austin Walsh mentary schools during a Thursday, Feb. “It’s an extremely hard decision,” he said. Instead, she would have preferred to seek the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 15, meeting. “I didn’t run for the board to close schools. sale of other district property in the imme-
Closing the campuses will allow the dis- But at this point, there’s absolutely no diate term and waited before making the hard
Two San Bruno elementary school cam- trict to trim operating costs, as recommend- alternative.” choice regarding the fate of the two
puses will close, according to a school ed by officials seeking to address financial Blanco suggested otherwise though, and schools.
board decision designed to fix a severe and challenges long plaguing the San Bruno said she would have preferred the district Her concerns about community support
ongoing budget struggle. school system. keep the schools open while pursuing alter- for the district were based on claims that the
The San Bruno Park Elementary School Board Vice President John Marinos native fashions of balancing the budget. plan for closing the schools was generated
District Board of Trustees voted 4-1, with acknowledged the difficulty of the choice, The district should have held off on shut- by County Office of Education officials who
board President Jennifer Blanco dissenting, but said he believed it was the in the best tering the campuses, for fear of harming the
to shutter El Crystal and Rollingwood ele- interest of the district’s future. community’s faith in officials, said Blanco. See SCHOOLS, Page 20

City may face


lawsuit for gun
store decision
Gun retailer takes steps toward recourse
for San Carlos’ November moratorium
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Some three months after city officials halted plans to


open a sporting goods and firearm retail store in San Carlos
with a temporary moratorium on such locations selling
guns, a law firm representing the company is taking steps
toward what is a likely lawsuit against the city.
In a letter submitted to officials Friday, a legal represen-
tative of Southern California-based Turner’s Outdoorsman
sporting goods store notified them of allegations the city
forced the business to take steps other stores selling guns
in the city were not required to take and failed to proceed
with the company’s application for a business license prior
to a vote on the moratorium, among other alleged viola-
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL
tions. Slated to open in November, plans for what would
Jill Watt surveys the colorful studio she maintains with her sister, Lorna Watt. Below: Mary Collins stands outside the yellow
have been the retailer’s 22nd location at 1123 Industrial
barn door marking her studio at the Claremont Art Studios at 1515 S. Claremont St., near the street’s southern terminus.
Road have been on hold since the City Council opted to

A sanctuary for artists President supports limited


See STORE, Page 20

Bright spaces, community atmosphere opens ideas at San Mateo’s Claremont Art Studios
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
effort on background checks
By Catherine Lucey
With brightly colored animal fig- and Maria Danilova
urines and spools of thread adorning THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the rafters and walls of their San Mateo
studio, the space where sisters and WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — From the
artists Jill and Lorna Watt have been confines of his golf club, President
working for the last four years is as Donald Trump offered support for a limit-
imaginative as the crafts and street art ed strengthening of federal background
they create from yarn. checks on gun purchases Monday while
Including stuffed yarn animals and staying largely mum in the last few days Donald Trump
public trees and benches wrapped with about the victims of the Florida school
yards of colorful knitted coverings, massacre and the escalating debate about controls on
the duo’s work has turned heads for weapons.
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Thought for the Day


“I’ve always believed in the adage that the
secret of eternal youth is arrested development.”
— Alice Roosevelt Longworth, former first daughter

This Day in History


Astronaut John Glenn became the

1962 first American to orbit the Earth as he


flew aboard Project Mercury’s
Friendship 7 spacecraft, which cir-
cled the globe three times in a flight
lasting 4 hours, 55 minutes and 23 seconds before splash-
ing down safely in the Atlantic Ocean 800 miles southeast
of Bermuda.
In 1 7 9 2 , President George Washington signed an act creat-
ing the United States Post Office Department.
In 1 8 1 6 , the opera buffa “The Barber of Seville” by
Gioachino Rossini premiered in Rome under its original
title, “Almaviva, or the Useless Precaution.”
In 1 8 6 2 , William Wallace Lincoln, the 11-year-old son of
President Abraham Lincoln and first lady Mary Todd Lincoln,
died at the White House, apparently of typhoid fever.
In 1 9 0 7 , President Theodore Roosevelt signed an immigra-
tion act which excluded “idiots, imbeciles, feebleminded per-
sons, epileptics, insane persons” from being admitted to the
United States. TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL
In 1 9 1 5 , the Panama Pacific International Exposition The Foster City Parks and Recreation Department hosted a Lunar New Year Celebration on Feb. 18, at the Recreation Center
opened in San Francisco (the fair lasted until December). on Shell Boulevard. From left, Sebastian Patenaude, Chris Chow, Master David Xu and Ming Wu of the Pure Shaolin Kung Fu
In 1 9 3 8 , Anthony Eden resigned as British foreign secre- Academy performed a traditional Lion Dance.
tary following Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain’s deci-
sion to negotiate with Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.
In 1 9 4 2 , Lt. Edward “Butch” O’Hare became the U.S. In other news ...
Navy’s first flying ace of World War II by shooting down five faced again recently on the site quotes- has gored a man camping on Southern
Japanese bombers while defending the aircraft carrier USS
German police news. The Los Angeles County Health California’s Catalina Island.
Lexington in the South Pacific. rescue men tangled Department said it has no record of any Los Angeles County sheriff’s offi-
In 1 9 5 0 , the U.S. Supreme Court, in United States v. up with mannequin, toy car restaurant named Puchow de Manila cials say the man was sitting on a log
Rabinowitz, ruled 5-3 that authorities making a lawful arrest Eatery and Fine Dining. Even if there Saturday evening and the buffalo was
did not need a warrant to search and seize evidence in an area BERLIN — Police in western were such a place, the department said
grazing nearby.
that was in the “immediate and complete control” of the sus- Germany have freed two men who the sale of dog meat for human con- Sgt. Ray Ward says that when the buf-
pect. became entangled with a mannequin and sumption is illegal in California.
a large, remote controlled car. falo came closer, the man tried to move
Officers were called after cries were away and that’s when the animal
Birthdays heard from an apartment in the city of
Plane lands on California charged.
Mainz in the early hours of Saturday. highway median; no one injured Ward says the buffalo gored the man’s
Police found the 58-year-old tenant left arm. He didn’t know the extent of
SAN JOSE — Authorities say a small
and a 61-year-old visitor “hopelessly plane has landed on the median of a the injuries.
locked together” with the toy car and Northern California highway but that The Orange County Register reports
the mannequin — which was dressed in no injuries have been reported. that the man was treated at the scene and
a knight’s costume. then airlifted to a hospital on the main-
Federal Aviation Administration land.
Officers were able to free the men,
spokesman Ian Gregor says the pilot Buffalo are common and roam freely
who were too drunk to explain how
reported engine trouble before bringing on the back side of Catalina Island,
their unfortunate predicament had come
the plane down Sunday on a grassy strip where there are campgrounds. Ward says
about.
Actor Sidney Senate Majority Model Cindy dividing State Route 101 in Santa Clara it’s very rare for them to attack humans.
According to a police statement, “the
Poitier is 91. Leader Mitch Crawford is 52. County.
whole thing would have remained a
McConnell, R-Ky., is funny episode” but the younger man Gregor says the pilot, who was the Nobody hurt when train derails
only person on board, wasn’t hurt dur-
76. was “more than impolite” and now faces
ing the landing near San Martin
near California mountain town
Socialite Gloria Vanderbilt is 94. Racing Hall of Famer a charge of insulting officers.
Airport, south of San Jose. The SANTA BARBARA — Authorities say
Bobby Unser is 84. Actress Marj Dusay is 82. Jazz-soul singer California Highway Patrol says there nobody was hurt when six freight train
Nancy Wilson is 81. Racing Hall of Famer Roger Penske is Officials: No dog meat on the cars derailed near a Southern California
were no injuries on the ground.
81. Singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie is 77. Hockey Hall menu at Los Angeles restaurant There was no damage to the single- mountain town.
of Famer Phil Esposito is 76. Movie director Mike Leigh is LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles engine Piper PA-46. Photos from the The BNSF Railway Company says
75. Actress Brenda Blethyn is 72. Actress Sandy Duncan is 72. restaurant doesn’t have permission to scene showed the plane perpendicular most of the train cars were empty and
Actor Peter Strauss is 71. Rock musician Billy Zoom (X) is kill as many as three dogs a day and to highway lanes about 75 miles (120 the others were carrying wine when
70. Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is 67. serve the meat to customers, despite kilometers) south of San Francisco. they came off the tracks Saturday near
Country singer Kathie Baillie is 67. Actor John Voldstad is claims in a widely shared false story Tehachapi east of Bakersfield.
67. Newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst is 64. Actor Anthony this week. Health officials say the Buffalo gores camper on The derailment briefly shut down
Head is 64. Country singer Leland Martin is 61. Actor James restaurant doesn’t exist. some lanes on rural State Route 58 but
Wilby is 60. Rock musician Sebastian Steinberg is 59. A post that has appeared online in
Southern California island the debris was cleared after several
Comedian Joel Hodgson is 58. various forms since at least 2014 sur- AVALON — Authorities say a buffalo hours.

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by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
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South City examines affordability policy Police reports


That doesn’t rock
City Council eyes strategy for implementing state laws targeting below-market units People were seen throwing rocks at
By Austin Walsh South San Francisco, and 102 in the develop- vehicles on Barkentine Lane in
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Comment on ment pipeline or under construction, accord- Redwood City, it was reported at 11:03
ing to a city report. a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7
or share this story at
From the foundation set by new state laws www.smdailyjournal.com Though much of the discussion addressed
emphasizing affordable housing develop- rental affordability, councilmembers agreed
ment, South San Francisco officials are seek- focus must also be kept on constructing new REDWOOD CITY
ing ways to facilitate constructing below- prefer to pay fees rather than build affordable purchasable units as well. A city policy Reckl es s dri v ers . A vehicle was seen
market units without scaring away builders. units, officials sought to define the right exists already requiring for sale develop- driving recklessly on Middlefield Road, it
The South San Francisco City Council financial contribution amount which would ments to set aside 20 percent of each project was reported at 3:36 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9.
addressed concerns borne from the regional not deter interest. If the fees or affordability at an affordable rate. Arre s t . A man was arrested for public
affordability crisis, according to video of the requirements are too stringent, officials “Owning a home adds continuity as well as intoxication after he was found passed out
Wednesday, Feb. 14, study session aiming to shared concerns builders would forgo their community, and that’s what we are missing on Perry Street, it was reported at 1:35 p.m.
establish future housing policies. interest for fear of facing difficulties pencil- here,” said Garbarino, referring to the fre- Sunday, Feb. 9.
While councilmembers offered direction ing out their projects amidst a costly con- quent turnover among residents amidst the Petty theft. Someone stole alcohol from
responding to housing laws recently passed struction and property market. city’s expensive housing market. Median a store and had fled on foot on Broadway, it
in the state Capitol, South San Francisco While no final decision was rendered by rents in South San Francisco are about
councilmembers, South San Francisco offi- was reported at 2:44 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
officials also questioned the ultimate effec- $3,400 per month, while the median sales 10.
tiveness of the efforts. cials suggested developers should pay the price of a home is about $800,000, accord-
cost of substituting one market-rate unit for Arres t. Someone was arrested for shoplift-
Frustrated with the design of Assembly Bill ing to a city report. ing on El Camino Real, it was reported at
1505, defining requirements for rental devel- an affordable one. The preferred fee, based on While acknowledging the high cost of liv-
local development rates, would be 1:03 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10.
opers to consider building affordable units, ing is a factor in the community’s ongoing Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen on
Councilman Rich Garbarino shared skepti- $308,000. transition, Mayor Pro Tem Karyl Matsumoto
They also suggested 15 percent of any Kentfield Avenue, it was reported at 8:55
cism the law would accomplish its goal. suggested the lifestyle of renters may con- a.m. Saturday, Feb. 10.
“The new legislation does cities no rental development should include affordable tribute as well.
housing, with an understanding builders may
favors,” said Garbarino, summarizing the
seek other compromises allowed under the
“Millennials, who are transient, they like SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
disappointment expressed by his colleagues the freedom of not having to set up roots and
at the dais for the new law included in the new law rather than constructing the units. being able to move on,” she said, suggesting B urg l ary . A burglary occurred on
most recent slate of bills intended to facili- Developers paying fees in lieu of afford- such a desire contributes to development Randolph Avenue, it was reported at 3:13
tate new housing. able rental construction is a commonly interest in rental units. p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7.
The bill serving as the focal point for the accepted practice through agreements Ars o n. Arson was committed at Sign Hill
With an understanding market momentum
discussion aims at requiring for-profit reached with builders seeking density bonus- on Ridgeview Court, it was reported at 3:09
is pushing toward construction of rental
builders to include affordable units alongside es. p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7.
units, councilmembers expressed a desire to
market-rate units. South San Francisco officials though sug- Pe t t y t h e f t . Someone stole items on
assure affordability in that process, while
The new law sought to clarify a 2009 gested the payments, as well as a promise to Sycamore Avenue, it was reported at 12:02
also noting the frustrating nature of the
California Supreme Court case known as the build the units off site, too rarely translate p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7.
issue.
Palmer decision, which indicated govern- into development of the affordable units. Sto l en v ehi cl e. A vehicle was stolen on
“In lieu fees go into go into the housing “It’s very unsatisfying,” said Councilman
ments could not require apartment developers Mark Addiego. Seville Way, it was reported at 11:31 a.m.
to build below-market-rate units. AB 1505 fund … and the end result is we don’t get the Wednesday, Feb. 7.
reinstates jurisdictions’ ability to implement housing we need,” said Garbarino.
inclusionary zoning policies, but they must While acknowledging more work is
provide developers alternate options such as required on the affordable housing front, offi-
paying in-lieu fees or to build the units off cials took time to laud the past success of
site, according to the League of California South San Francisco in constructing below-
Cities. market units.
With an understanding developers often There are currently 995 affordable units in
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Local briefs
Man dies in cliff fall while
reportedly trying to rescue dog
A 67-year-old man fell from a 492-foot cliff at a beach in
Daly City late Monday morning and died from his injuries,
according to the National Park Service.
Around 11:10 a.m., the man went down a cliff at the
southern end of Fort Funston reportedly to rescue his dog,
NPS officials said.
A California Highway Patrol helicopter helped lift the
man from the cliffside to a parking area.
KGO-TV reports San Mateo County fire officials found
the body Monday morning at the bottom of the cliff below
Palisades Park.
Rescuers helped the dog get back up the cliff, where he
was turned over to a friend or family member of the victim.
The park is popular with hikers and dog walkers.
The NPS is continuing to investigate the fatal fall.
They’re also reminding beachgoers to never try to rescue
pets from cliffsides and to instead call 911.

Man arrested on suspicion


of DUI after head-on crash
A Redwood City man was arrested on suspicion of DUI
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
after a head-on collision Saturday morning in South San
Cannabis grower Steve Dillon tends to his plants on his farm in Humboldt County. Francisco, police said Sunday.
Officers responded at 6:09 a.m. to the 2300 block of

Report: Pot growers in state


Westborough Boulevard where 21-year-old Esteban
Figueroa allegedly admitted to being a driver involved in
the collision.
During the investigation, officers suspected Figueroa was

lagging in getting licenses driving under the influence because he allegedly showed
signs of impairment.
Figueroa allegedly failed field sobriety tests. He was
arrested and taken to the county jail on suspicion of driving
By John Rogers ated state market for recreational mari- compliance,” the growers association
juana should produce $5 billion in tax- report concluded. under the influence of alcohol.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
able revenue this year. Police allege Figueroa was driving a 2007 Infinity east in
The Bureau of Cannabis Control,
the westbound lanes of Westborough Boulevard when the
LOS ANGELES — Nearly two At the same time, it estimated the which regulates the state’s marijuana
collision occurred.
months after recreational marijuana market for medicinal marijuana, which industry, was closed Monday for the
Police said two people in the other vehicle were injured
became legal in California, less than 1 has been legal in California since Presidents Day holiday, and officials
and taken to a hospital for treatment.
percent of the state’s known growers 1996, would decline from an estimated did not immediately respond to a
Anyone with information about the collision is asked to
have been licensed, according to a $2 billion last year to $1.4 billion in request for comment.
call the South San Francisco Police Department at (650)
report released Monday by a pot indus- 2018, while about 30 percent of pot The growers association, which 877-8900.
try group. sales would continue through the black identifies itself as the state’s largest
The 38-page report from the market. association of marijuana businesses, Walk-ins for passport
California Growers Association says If more of the smaller, independent said it hopes to work with officials in
0.78 percent, or 534, of an estimated growers are not licensed by the state, getting more growers licensed. applications in San Bruno Thursday
68, 150 marijuana growers were taxable revenue of recreational mari- “We must develop a regulatory The San Bruno Post Office will be accepting walk-ins for
licensed by the state as of Feb. 7. The juana is likely to be lower than antici- framework that will effectively curb passport applications this coming Thursday, a post office
association cited such obstacles to pated as the black market continues to the environmental and public safety spokesman said.
licensing as cost and regulatory barri- flourish, according to the new report. impacts of cannabis by providing The office will accept passport applications between 9
ers. “The current system will not achieve pathways to compliance for business- a.m. and 2 p.m. Feb. 22 to accommodate customers who
A study published last year by the its goals without fundamental and es currently operating in the unregulat- otherwise can’t schedule an application, according to
University of California Agricultural structural changes that allow small and ed market,” said Hezekiah Allen, the Augustine Ruiz, a Post Office spokesman.
Issues Center estimated the newly cre- independent businesses to enter into group’s executive director. To help speed up the process, customers should fill out
forms ahead of time. The forms can be found at
Californians can go home but told to keep watch on wildfire usps.com/passport. Information can also be obtained by
calling the National Passport Information Center at (877)
487-2778.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS miles (9 square kilometers) of chapar- remain vigilant. To apply, customers must bring valid photo identifica-
ral bush and shrub oak in the small It comes as California has seen tion and proof of citizenship.
BISHOP — A wind-driven wildfire in town of Bishop on the eastern slopes some record-high temperatures and
rural central California threatened A current or previous U.S. passport, naturalization cer-
of the Sierra Nevada that is popular little rain after emerging from a five-
hundreds of buildings Monday, for hiking, fishing, climbing and year drought, helping fuel some of the tificate, certificate of citizenship or a current driver’s
including a historic railroad station, hunting. deadliest and most destructive wild- license, government or military ID are acceptable as identi-
but officials said they made some Officials ended most evacuations fires in state history late last year. fication.
gains after the flames exploded in that were ordered near the town but U. S. drought monitors this month Proofs of citizenship include a certified birth certificate
size. warned that strong winds were expect- declared parts of Southern California issued by the city, county or state; a naturalization certifi-
The blaze scorched 3 1/2 square ed in the area and urged residents to back in severe drought. cate or certificate of citizenship; or an expired passport.

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Sexual misconduct scandal envelops California Legislature


By Kathleen Ronayne ing he was unfairly sus- Democratic Sen. Jim Beall of San Jose said everyone is suspicious of each other,” said
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pended and that racism it’s simply piling more on an already hefty Kim Nalder, director of the Project for an
might have been a factor. workload — all the attention on sexual mis- Informed Electorate at California State
SACRAMENTO — Sexual misconduct in That came a week after conduct is clearly taking time away from University, Sacramento. “Under these cir-
the California Legislature was bound to be a a female lawmaker, other issues for some members. cumstances, (opposition) is heightened and
prominent issue when lawmakers got to As s emb l y wo man Leadership and staff spent weeks parsing personalized in a way that just has to make it
Sacramento last month, but for seven weeks Cristina Garcia, took through documents related to sexual harass- difficult to work toward compromise and be
it has felt like the only one, with the bur- leave following accusa- ment allegations, deciding what to release to collegial.”
geoning scandal taking one surprising twist tions of groping a male the public, while a newly formed legislative More accusations could become public and
after another and diverting attention from Tony Mendoza legislative staffer. A dif- panel is tackling the mammoth task of generate additional negative publicity: The
government spending, climate change and ferent former staffer filed rewriting the Legislature’s harassment poli- Assembly is investigating at least 10 claims
housing. a complaint Saturday with the California cies. of sexual misconduct, and the Senate, at least
It again will be the focus when lawmakers Fair Employment and Housing Department Some lawmakers have become more cau- six.
return Tuesday and learn whether an investi- alleging Garcia encouraged staff to partici- tious about with whom they partner on legis- Meanwhile, four Assembly seats are
gation cleared state Sen. Tony Mendoza of pate in a drinking game after a 2014 lation, fearful the wrong choice could have vacant — two from the resignations of Raul
misconduct allegations or set him up for fundraiser and that he was fired for com- them tethered to the next person caught in Bocanegra and Matt Dababneh amid harass-
possible expulsion. In another headline- plaining about it. the scandal. ment claims, a third from Sebastian Ridley-
grabbing development, the Los Angeles-area While lawmakers seek to downplay the “It’s hard to imagine a more hostile-feel- Thomas’ retirement due to health problems
Democrat sued the Senate last week, claim- impact on day-to-day activities — ing work environment than one in which and Garcia’s. All are Democrats.

Turmoil shakes up agency in charge of vast U.S. lands


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS square miles (2 million under President Barack Obama. lic lands — an amalgam of pristine wilder-
s quare k i l o met ers ) o f But the changes have drawn increasingly ness, recreational playgrounds and abun-
BILLINGS, Mont. — A year of upheaval at p ub l i c l an ds , mo s t l y sharp criticism from conservationists, dant energy reserves.
the U. S. Interior Department has seen in the American West, Democrats and some agency employees. A year into his tenure, Zinke, a former
dozens of senior staff members reassigned has led to praise from Under President Donald Trump, the critics U.S. Navy SEAL and Montana congress-
and key leadership positions left unfilled, en erg y an d mi n i n g say, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has man, has emerged as the point person for
rules considered burdensome to industry co mp an i es an d curbed outside input into how the land is the administration’s goal of American
shelved, and a sweeping reorganization Republicans, who wel- used and elevated corporate interests above “energy dominance.” He’s targeted regula-
proposed for its 70,000 employees. co med t h e dep art ure the duty to safeguard treasured sites. tions perceived to hamper development of
The evolving status quo at the agency from perceived heavy- The differing views illustrate longstand- oil, natural gas and coal beneath public
res p o n s i b l e fo r mo re t h an 7 8 0 , 0 0 0 Ryan Zinke
h an ded reg ul at i o n ing tensions over the role of America’s pub- lands primarily in the West and Alaska.

Richard Martin Cortesi he returned for Vietnam, maker. After her children
he started his career with Obituaries were grown, she went
Richard Martin Cortesi, 72, of Yakima, the U.S. Postal Service, back to school and
Washington, formerly of San Mateo, included watching baseball and football,
and later retired. There he collecting sports cards and other sports obtained a nurse’s aide
California, died Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, at met his future wife certification. She joined
The Cottage in The Meadow in Yakima. memorabilia. After retirement, he enjoyed
Carolyn Conklin, they gardening and spending time with his the home health team at
He was born on April 14, 1945, to Martin were married of Feb. 9, Kaiser Permanente, San
and Grace (Silicani) Cortesi in San grandchildren, he was a crossing guard in
1970, and had just been Foster City and also worked for the Daily Francisco. She retired
Francisco. Richard grew up in the San married 48 years. from Kaiser after 10
Francisco Bay Area. Richard served in the Journal.
Richard was a big Survivors include his wife Carolyn; son years of service.
U.S. Army and was a Vietnam veteran. After Giants and 49ers fan. His main hobbies Kathleen is survived by her husband of 61
Anthony (Melissa) Cortesi of Yakima; son
Joseph (Jennifer) Cortesi of Union City, years, Grat; children Jackie, Annette,
California; sister Ellen Cortesi of Robert (Eileen) and Christine (Greg); and
Sacramento; and four grandchildren Alexis, grandchildren Lauren, Jenna, Ryan and
Nick, Vivianna, and Codie, all of Union Grayson.
City, California. The viewing and rosary will be Monday,
Richard’s wishes were to be cremated and Feb. 19, at the Chapel of the Highlands in
no service will be held at this time. Millbrae. Viewing is available from 4 p.m.
to 8 p.m. and the rosary is scheduled to
Paul Roark begin at 7 p.m. The funeral mass will be cel-
ebrated at St. Robert’s Catholic Church in
Paul Roark died in San Mateo Jan 29, San Bruno at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20,
2018, after a battle with stage four prostate followed by a Graveside Service at Holy
cancer. Cross Cemetery in Colma. 
He was 56 years old.
Born June 3, 1961, in Lorraine L. Rollefstad
San Francisco, Paul grew
up in Pacifica, California, Lorraine L. Rollefstad of Millbrae died at
attending Pedro Valley, her home Feb. 8, 2018, at the age of 101,
Cabrillo Elementary just shy of her upcoming 102nd birthday of
Schools. He graduated April 23.
from Terra Nova High in She was the wife of 49 years to the late
Pacifica, class of 1979. Belvin (Ben) Rollefstad. She is survived by
He worked at the Edward her daughter, Doreen Cordell (the late
B. Ward Company, a former Carrier Air Marvin). Grandmother of Julie De Vine and
Conditioning distributor, afterwards with Alex De Vine. Great-grandmother of
his father in an art framing shop. Danielle Santina Penzotti, Samuel
Paul was sharp in business, had a knack Giovanni Penzotti and Gabriella Caterina
for fixing things — whether a car, furnace Penzotti. Lorraine was the daughter of the
or plumbing. He would donate time to the late Attilio and Santina Cirimele.
Marines Memorial in San Francisco which Lorraine was a native of San Francisco,
he met many that served in the USMC. Paul attended Balboa High School and graduated
had the loud voice with the outrageous sense from San Mateo High School. She was a 64-
of humor. A huge San Francisco Giants fan, year resident of San Mateo County.
he would be on a grill at barbecues. He is Family and friends are invited to attend
survived by his parents Joe and Beverley the funeral 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, at
Roark, Brothers Steven, Joseph and Craig Chapel of the Highlands, 194 Millwood
Roark. Sister-in-law Karyn Roark, Nephew Drive at El Camino Real in Millbrae.
Connor Roark with others abroad. Interment will follow at Cypress Lawn
Funeral Services were held at Chapel by Memorial Park in Colma. Those who wish
the Sea Pacifica California. Burial service may make a donation to your favority char-
took place in Texas where Paul has many ity in memory of Lorraine Rollefstad.
relatives. Please kindly make donations in
his name to a charity of personal choice. As a public serv ice, the Daily Journal
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Funerals: Grieving teens, raw


emotions after school shooting
By Terry Spencer, love, prayers and support offered,” he said.
Jennifer Kay and Kelli Kennedy “We may never know all of the acts of kind-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ness that have been rendered on our behalf
this past week. We have witnessed hundreds
PARKLAND, Fla. — Each funeral for the in just the past few days but we know that is
victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas a small fraction of the total.”
High massacre is different, yet the same: the Other fathers and mothers have said simi-
mourning relatives, teens walking in clutch- lar words in recent days, begging mourners
es wearing black, politicians paying their to never forget their child and to treat each
respects, media cameras pointing at the other with kindness.
entrance from across the parking lot. The father of 18-year-old Meadow Pollack
And each service takes its toll on the called out the 19-year-old gunman Nikolas
young mourners, many of them attending Cruz, the former Stoneman Douglas student
more friends’ funerals in a span of days than who has admitted Wednesday’s killings,
many middle-aged people have in their life- yelling, “You killed my daughter!” before
times. Services for 14 Stoneman Douglas calling him an obscenity. The mother of
students, the athletic director, a coach and a Alyssa Alhadeff, 14, called on politicians to
geography teacher began Friday, two days enact laws that will prevent future school
after the shooting, and will end in the next massacres.
few days. Siblings also have bared their loss.
Erica Sparrow, a 17-year-old senior, said Petty’s older sister, Meghan Petty, talked
Monday that she went to her first funeral a about how Alaina will now be her guardian
couple of weeks ago, “now I have one every REUTERS
angel and that the shooting should not
day.” She and her friend, Lauren Kuperman, Mourners leave the funeral for Alyssa Aldaheff, 14, one of the victims of the school shooting, detract from the goodness that lives within
also 17, began ticking off names — in North Fort Lauderdale, Fla. the community.
Meadow Pollack from Friday, Joaquin Oliver “What happened to her is that it was a
from Saturday and Alaina Petty’s on Monday. Mizen said. “Right now, it all seems very of Latter-day Saints in Coral Springs to very, very ugly act that was committed by
Three more Tuesday, another Wednesday. It’s surreal.” remember the Junior Reserve Officers one person but as you look around at how
both difficult and cathartic, the girls said. The funerals have taken place in churches Training Corps member. Family members many people who are here ... there are thou-
“It kind of helps but at the same time it and synagogues, funeral homes and confer- spoke about how she enthusiastically joined sands more who are doing something really
makes me sad,” Sparrow said. ence centers, all packed, sometimes with other Mormon youth to help with cleanup beautiful for my sister,” Meghan Petty said.
Stoneman Douglas senior Lewis Mizen crowds topping 2,000. The last-arriving efforts in September after Hurricane Irma, Dr. Francisco Cruz, lead psychiatrist at
said Monday he had never attended a funeral mourners have often been forced outside into and of her love of dogs and her confidence Ketamine Health Centers, suggested some
for someone his own age before the week- the Florida heat, where they stand respectful- and wit. survivors may want to limit themselves to
end. He will attend another Tuesday. When an ly for an hour, straining to hear a snippet of Her father Ryan Petty spoke about the sup- services for their close friends, but he said
older family member dies, he said, it seems the service. port his family has received from their overexposure to news coverage and social
natural that their children and grandchildren Monday’s funeral for Petty, a 14-year-old church, the community and from around the media posts about the shooting may be
speak about their loss, but seeing parents freshman, was unique but also unfortunately country and world. more harmful than attending several funer-
eulogize their child cuts deep emotionally. too common in this grieving community. “We could not get through this without the als.
“Seeing a father freak out, I hope I never More than 1,500 mourners, most dressed in
have to see something like that again,” black, filed into The Church of Jesus Christ
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Ex-workers at Russian ‘troll factory’ trust U.S. indictment


REUTERS FILE By Naira Davlashyan and Irina Titova
PHOTO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Evgeny
Prigozhin, left, ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — While Russian officials
assists scoff at a U.S. indictment charging 13 Russians with med-
Russian Prime dling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, several people
Minister who worked at the same St. Petersburg “troll factory” say
Vladimir Putin they think the criminal charges are well-founded.
during a Marat Mindiyarov, a former commenter at the innocuous-
dinner with ly named Internet Research Agency, says the organization’s
foreign Facebook department hired people with excellent English
scholars and skills to sway U.S. public opinion through an elaborate
journalists at social media campaign.
the restaurant His own experience at the agency makes him trust the
Cheval Blanc U.S. indictment, Mindiyarov told the Associated Press. “I
on the believe that that’s how it was and that it was them,” he said.
premises of The federal indictment issued Friday names a businessman
an equestrian linked to President Vladimir Putin and a dozen other
complex. Russians. It alleges that Yevgeny Prigozhin — a wealthy
restaurateur dubbed “Putin’s chef,” paid for the internet
operation that created fictitious social media accounts and
used them to spread tendentious messages.
The aim of the factory’s work was either to influence vot-
ers or to undermine their faith in the U.S. political system,
the 37-page indictment states.
Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters Monday
that while the indictment focuses on “Russian nationals,” it
gives “no indication that the Russian government was
involved in this in any way.” Peskov reasserted that
Moscow did not interfere in the U.S. election.
Mindiyarov said he failed the language exam needed to
get a job on the Internet Research Agency’s Facebook desk,
where the pay was double than the domestic side of the fac-
tory. The sleek operation produced content that looked as if
it were written by native English speakers, he said.
“These were people with excellent language skills, inter-
preters, university graduates,” he said, “It’s very hard to tell
it’s a foreigner writing because they master the language
wonderfully.”
The English test he took asked for a writing sample about
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning
the U.S. presidential vote, Mindiyarov recalled.
“I wrote that her chances were high and she could become
the first female president,” he told the AP.
Mindiyarov said he took a job at the troll factory in late
2014 because he was unemployed and curious. At the time,
about 400 people occupied four floors of an office building
and worked 12-hour shifts, he said. Most of the operation
focused on the separatist insurgency in eastern Ukraine and
Western sanctions against Russia, not political races in the
West, he said.

Around the nation


What to wear at polls? High
court will have a say on that
WASHINGTON — A “Make America Great Again” hat. A tea
party T-shirt. A MoveOn.org button.
Wear any one of those items to vote in Minnesota, and a
poll worker will probably ask you to remove it or cover it
up.
Like a number of states, Minnesota bars voters from wear-
ing political items to the polls to reduce the potential for
confrontations or voter intimidation. But that could change.
The Supreme Court on Feb. 28 will consider a challenge to
the state’s law, in a case that could affect other states, too.
Wen Fa, a lawyer with the Pacific Legal Foundation, the
group behind the challenge to Minnesota’s law, says voters
wearing political apparel shouldn’t have to hang up their
hats, turn their T-shirts inside out or put their buttons in
their bags just to cast a ballot.
Wearing political clothing is “a passive way to express
core political values,” said Fa, who said the case is “about
the free speech rights of all Americans.”
Minnesota sees it differently. In court papers, it says the
law is a “reasonable restriction” that preserves “order and
decorum in the polling place” and prevents “voter confusion
and intimidation.”

Pennsylvania’s new
congressional map could boost Democrats
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s high court issued a
new congressional district map for the state’s 2018 elec-
tions on Monday, potentially giving Democrats a boost in
their quest to capture control of the U.S. House unless
Republicans can to stop it in federal court.
The map of Pennsylvania’s 18 congressional districts is
to be in effect for the May 15 primary and substantially
overhauls a Republican-drawn congressional map widely
viewed as among the nation’s most gerrymandered. The map
was approved in a 4-3 decision, with four Democratic jus-
tices backing it and one Democratic justice siding with two
Republicans against it.
The divided court appears to have drawn its own map with
the help of a Stanford University law professor, although
some district designs are similar to proposals submitted to
the court by Democrats.
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Fighting forests fires with fire Surge of interest in council
The Press Democrat Other voices Fire suppression needs to be better
balanced with restoration. That will
races and it’s just February
mean using controlled burns and let-

I
t’s good news for democracy when citizens are inter-

C
alifornians love the Sierra ting some fires burn uncontrolled —
Those ancient, less-dense forests ested in running for office. So while resignations
forests too much. We’ve been literally fighting fire with fire. It also abound in Congress, here in our neighborhoods there
could tolerate periodic fires. In fact,
loving our trees to death for will require logging, something that is a surge of interest in running for city council and it’s just
lightning-sparked blazes were part of
a century, and changing course will environmentalists often reflexively February. The election isn’t until November but filing offi-
the natural forest life cycle. When
require everyone to think differently oppose. It can’t be the sort of nearly cially begins in July.
trees are packed closely together,
about forest management. An inde- unregulated cutting that congression- The action centers around three cities — South San
however, fires burn hotter and can
pendent government oversight com- al Republicans and the timber indus- Francisco, San Carlos and Redwood City. In each city three
spread more easily.
mittee has produced a plan and a need- Those fires in today’s forests are bad try desire, but there’s opportunity for seats are on the ballot.
ed slap of reality. in all sorts of ways. There are the profit in public-private partnerships. In South San Francisco it is likely that two incumbents
The scars of last year’s fires are still obvious losses of wilderness, habitat, The Little Hoover Commission’s will seek re-election. Mark Addiego has confirmed his inten-
raw, especially in this part of the property and life. Less obvious are report urges modernizing the timber tion while Pradeep Gupta is visiting in India and could not
state. But we can’t let that stop us the effects on air and water. Smoke industry by investing in sawmills be reached for comment. However, he never said he didn’t
from re-examining a century of poli- and biodegrading remnants release that can process smaller and dead trees plan to run. It is believed that the mayor, Liza Normandy,
carbon, methane and other green- and in energy programs that burn will not run again because of her recent appointment as CEO
cies that has left 129 million dead
house gases into the air. Exposed brush to generate power. Scientists of the South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.
trees in the Sierra and wildlands sus-
soil, meanwhile, can end in landslides can direct harvests to areas that will Despite this uncertainty,
ceptible to major fires, especially
and erodes into reservoirs and water- help the forest first and the profit mar- the following have
after years of drought, warm weather gin second.
ways, costing millions to clean up. announced their interest or
and insect infestations have provided Underlying all this needs to be pub-
The Little Hoover Commission, an are seriously considering
ample fuel. lic awareness and education. Spending running. Mark Nagales, an
Humans also helped prep forests for independent government oversight
body, spells all this out in its new millions to restore forests could be a aide to U.S. Rep. Jackie
fire. Because we love our forests, tough sell to taxpayers when the ben- Speier, is already on the
we’ve protected them. When there’s report, “Fire on the Mountain:
Rethinking Forest Management in efits to wilderness, waterways, campaign trail and has lined
been a fire, firefighters contained it wildlife and climate lie in the future. up major endorsements from
and put it out. the Sierra Nevada.” The researchers
Moreover, the public simply needs to state and local public offi-
It turns out that wasn’t always the offer hope, too.
know what’s going on. People need cials, including his boss. He
best thing we could do. Decades of fire Local, state and federal land man-
to understand that fire isn’t inherently currently serves on the
suppression allowed forest density to agers must collaborate on sustain- city’s Planning
able, long-term forest health. Indeed, bad, a lesson that may take time to
increase dangerously. A century ago, learn after last year’s disaster. Commission. Alan Wong,
forests in the Sierra Nevada had 50 to federal buy-in will be especially also on the Planning
important because the U.S. govern- But it took generations for
80 trees per acre. Today, there are California’s forests to decline into Commission, is also consid-
ment owns more than half of the ering. At 37 years, he is
some places with 300 to 400, accord- their present state, and restoring them
forestland in the state. Private stake- probably the youngest can-
ing to UC Berkeley’s Center for holders and forest owners also must will take time too. The Little Hoover
Forestry. Similar patterns are plain in Commission report could help guide didate. He grew up in San
be at the table. Carlos, attended University of California, Berkeley, and
many other forests across the state. the way.
now works in finance in San Francisco. He and his wife have
a young daughter.
Letters to the editor Probably the biggest surprise is that the elected city
clerk, Krista Martinelli, is seriously interested in joining
the fray. South San Francisco has no term limits.
Keep Foster City safe plummet. No one does. situation much less anything else. So ***
It must be noted that not all cities what do we do? Perhaps more of us Meanwhile, in San Carlos, where two veteran coun-
Editor, have the luxury, luck or finances to be need to get involved, even if that
Informed readers are aware that cilmembers do not plan to run again, only two candidates
able to do something to retain the only means voting. have started collecting endorsements and money. The two
Foster City is preparing to put a bond preferred rating. Foster City does. I My first reaction as I read the head- veterans, Bob Grassilli and Matt Grocott, do not plan to run
to fund the levee project. As a result hope that my fellow residents will lines about another mass shooting again, although San Carlos has no term limits. Grassilli has
of FEMA flood map revision process, join me in supporting the mutual goal was to pray. “Been there done that,” held the role of peacemaker and compromiser and will be
most of us will pay either on our of keeping Foster City safe. other people might say but, at this missed. Grocott, a vocal Libertarian, has stuck to his princi-
property tax bill or to an insurance point, I am willing to do as many ples over the years and often voted in the minority. But he
agent. Unless you think it’s a wise things possible to help solve the too will be missed. Incumbent Cameron Johnson is plan-
Amit Saini
option to take FEMA to court, it’s problem. We have to start some- ning to run again.
wise to accept their map revision Foster City where. In my religion, I tend to think The two new contenders are Adam Rak, former member of
backed by the latest scientific meth- that things happen for a reason and the San Carlos Elementary School District board, who was
ods. How do we fix this problem? that God has a plan. But I am strug- the first to announce. He has lived in San Carlos for 17 years
At the time of this writing, the cost Editor, gling with God’s plan. Still I pray. with his wife and three school-age daughters. He was a leg-
of flood insurance for my SFR house Another mass shooting has taken We need to start a conversation islative aide to former Connecticut U.S. Rep. Barbara
with a “X” rating is $450 a year for place and one can only imagine what (again). Lets get some of the ammuni- Kennelly. When he moved to California, Rak worked for
$250,000 replacement with a $1,350 it is like to lose a loved one in a situ- tion and the rifle and gun companies Symantec and later held a leadership position in a high tech
deductible ($250K is the upper cap for ation like this, especially innocent involved. We want to hear their take trade association. He now is senior vice president at a small
all flood insurance programs — young people in a school. Our coun- on this. consulting firm and vice president of the city’s Chamber of
they’re all written by National Flood try appears helpless as to how to fix Being a part of this country is not a Commerce.
Insurance Program no matter which this disease. Our government is clue- spectator sport. Our founders got us Laura Parmer-Lohan moved to San Carlos six years ago.
insurance agent you use. I got quotes less even after their own members here through hard work and loss of She grew up in Southern California, attended University of
from two local agents in Foster City). were shot at while playing a softball life. Many of us take for granted the California, Santa Cruz, and received an MBA from
Assuming the “X” rating is lost, the game for fun. This story continues to freedoms that we have. If we don’t University of California, Berkeley in health care. She start-
premium will rise substantially, as repeat itself and it is getting old. turn the ship around soon we are ed her own business in 2015, Ruckus Partners, which helps
described by a property owner on this What is it going to take to solve this going to have a tough road to hoe. companies launch various medical products. With two sons
thread facing a $3,300 a year flood crisis? Get involved. in local schools, she became active in the education founda-
tion and Chickens Ball, a major school fundraiser.
insurance. I, for one, do not want to A politician once said it “it takes a
***
be the property owner that is faced village.” In the case of mass shoot- David Thom Unlike San Carlos and South San Francisco, Redwood
with an insurance shock and has to ings, our government does not seem San Carlos City has term limits but they are long, 16 years. Incumbents
see the value of my primary asset to have what it takes to help out the Jeff Gee and Diane Howard plan to run again while a newer
member of the council, John Seybert does not. He feels he
OUR MISSION: has accomplished what he set out to do in two terms and is
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most willing for some new faces to take his place. He is the
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for exception to the rule. Most councilmembers serve the full
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. 16 years. And Howard is on her second round. After her first
By combining local news and sports coverage, 16 years of service she retired for four, missed being on the
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business,
Moe Alshafie Michael Davis lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to council, and ran again and was re-elected in 2014.
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Charles Gould Paul Moisio To date, there are six potential new candidates, some of
provide our readers with the highest quality
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City.
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European shares drift lower as traders take breather


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS earnings rather than of the cost-
push kind that dents profit mar-
LONDON — European shares gins and result in a stagflationary
drifted lower Monday as investors economy,” said Neil MacKinnon,
paused for breath following a size- global macro strategist at VTB
able rally last week. Despite the Capital.
move lower, there are few signs of ASIA’S DAY: Earlier, Asian
the turmoil that gripped stock stocks performed strongly as they
markets earlier this month. U.S. caught up with Friday’s further
stock markets are closed for advance, particularly on Wall
Presidents Day. Street. Japan’s Nikkei 225 jumped
KEEPING SCORE: In Europe, 2 percent to 22, 149. 21. The
Germany’s DAX was down 0.3 per- Tokyo benchmark ended the day
cent at 12,412 while the FTSE 100 just 2.7 percent below where it
index of leading British shares fell started 2018, having recouped
0.3 percent to 7,276. The CAC 40 most of its losses during the
in France was 0.2 percent lower at recent global rout. South Korea’s
5.269. Kospi advanced 0. 9 percent to
CALM DOMINATES: Earlier 2,442.82. Australia’s S&P/ASX
this month there were real con- 200 rose 0.6 percent to 5,941.60.
cerns that global stock markets Chinese markets were closed for
were poised for a sustained period Lunar New Year.
of weakness. However, sentiment OIL: Benchmark U.S. crude rose
has recovered over the past week 46 cents to $62.01 per barrel in
or so, with many traders adjusting electronic trading on the New York
to the altered economic environ- Mercantile Exchange while Brent
ment. crude, used to price international
ANALYS T TAKE: “So far, oils, was up 25 cents at $65.09 a
global equity markets seem to be barrel in London.
adjusting to the prospect of high- CURRENCIES: The euro was
er inflation, presumably on the down 0. 1 percent at $1. 2397
basis that increases in corporate while the dollar rose 0.2 percent REUTERS
pricing power will be positive for to 106.60 yen. The German share price index, DAX board, is seen at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany.

Key EU banker accused of bribery, Russia ties Chicken shortage


shuts KFCs across Britain
Business brief
inconvenienced some of you over
By Carlo Piovano its owners refused to pay up. The scale bribe” and has started a LONDON — Fast-food fans were the last few days, and disappointed
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 39-page claim, filed before a criminal investigation against in a flutter Monday after most of you when you wanted your fried
World Bank arbitration body, left him. the 900 KFC outlets in the U.K. chicken fix — we’re really sorry
LONDON — Latvia’s top bank- the identity of the senior official The high-stakes drama unfolded and Ireland were forced to close about that,” the company said in a
ing official explained the “rules anonymous. Saturday, when Rimsevics was because of a shortage of chicken. statement.
of the game” for successful bank- That person is Ilmars detained upon arriving for ques- The company apologized to cus- DHL, which recently took over
ing in the small European coun- Rimsevics, Norvik bank officials tioning at the office of Latvia’s tomers, blaming “teething prob- the KFC contract from Bidvest
try. His sidekick sat the owner of told the Associated Press. anti-corruption agency, and was lems” with its new delivery part- Logistics, said that “due to opera-
Norvik bank down, scribbling Rimsevics, the country’s top interviewed for eight hours into ner, DHL. tional issues a number of deliver-
the sum on a piece of paper: banking official and a key mem- the night, his lawyer told state KFC first apologized for the ies in recent days have been
100, 000 euros ($125, 000) a ber of the European Central Bank, TV. His office and a property were problems on Saturday. In an update incomplete or delayed.”
month. was detained Saturday amid raided, the channel said. Monday, it listed almost 300 When DHL announced in
An international complaint swirling accusations of bribery The looming criminal charges stores as open, but did not say October that it had won the KFC
filed by Latvian bank Norvik and money laundering schemes in against the man who has over- when the rest might join them. contract alongside logistics firm
alleges that a “Senior Latvian Latvia that reach back to Russia. seen the country’s banking sector It said those branches that QSL, it promised to “re-write the
Official” repeatedly sought “to On Monday, Latvia’s anti-corrup- since 1992, in the wake of the remained open were operating a rule book and set a new benchmark
extort monetary bribes, ” and tion agency said it suspects Soviet collapse, has plunged the limited menu or shortened hours. for delivering fresh products to
retaliated against the bank when Rimsevics of “seeking a large- small Baltic nation into turmoil. “We know that this might have KFC in a sustainable way.”

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Tuesday • Feb. 20, 2018

Cedeno comes up clutch in PAL finals


South City star hits game-winner in PAL tournament championship
By Terry Bernal South City junior Becca Tasi said. “We While Cedeno and Hoyem starred by
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF worked so hard and we really thought we sharing the game-high with 19 points
were going to get the win.” apiece, the thriller showcased great
It was like watching Curry and LeBron In a rematch that saw 10 lead changes, depth by each South City and M-A. It
go toe-to-toe, only in the Peninsula including four in the fourth quarter, was South City sophomore Lafu
Athletic League girls’ basketball arena. Cedeno delivered the final one by crush- Malepeai who sealed the win with her
For the second straight year, the two ing an eight-foot floater with nine sec- fourth steal of the night, intercepting a
best players in the PAL squared off in the onds remaining as South City claimed pass at midcourt while in the full-court
PAL girls’ tournament championship its first PAL tournament championship press to disallow M-A from trying for a
game. Unlike last year, however, when since 2000 with a 59-58 victory over last-second shot.
South City’s star point guard Brittney reigning three-time champion M-A “It all came down to, right when the
Cedeno departed with a season-ending Saturday night at the Cabrillo Union girls stopped, she made eye-contact
ankle injury to leave Menlo-Atherton to School District Event Center in Half [with her teammate] and I knew they
run away with a blowout win, this year’s Moon Bay. were going to make that pass right
showdown between the now-seniors The Lady Warriors reaction this time there,” Malepeai said. TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Cedeno and M-A center Greer Hoyem around? M-A seemed to have solved the South City senior Brittney Cedeno fires the game-winning
was a wire-to-wire battle for the ages. “So happy, I just wanted to cry,” Tasi shot in the Warriors’ 59-58 win over M-A in the PAL girls’
“Last year we were heartbroken,” said. See SSF, Page 14 tournament championship Saturday in Half Moon Bay.

Teams show it
Gettin’ Ziggy with it isn’t all about
By Terry Bernal
Athlete of the Week
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

What a week it was for the Sequoia


wins and loses
A
year ago, the Hillsdale boys’ soc-
Cherokees. cer team enjoyed one of its best
Four games in five days — all of them wins seasons in school history, going
— and, with them, a pair of championships 9-1-2 in the PAL’s Bay Division, finishing
in the Peninsula Athletic League arena. second in the standings and advancing to
It started last Tuesday with a winner-take- the CCS Division II semifinals.
all regular-season finale against Mills. The This year, however, was a complete
two teams entered tied atop the PAL South reversal. Going into their season finale
Division and Sequoia, after a commanding last Friday, the Knights were still search-
50-39 win, walked away with its first league ing for their first Bay Division win of the
title since 1967. season. Standing in the way? CCS-bound
Then the Cherokees stormed through the and archrival Aragon.
PAL boys’ basketball tournament, culminat- So of course the underdog Knights went
ing in Saturday’s championship-game win on to post a 3-1
62-48 over Jefferson in Half Moon Bay. The victory and avoid
tournament title marks Sequoia’s third in the stigma of
four years, and fourth all-time. going winless in
“It’s been a great week,” Sequoia head league play.
coach Fine Lauese said. “We’re all tired but Luciano Buiza’s
this is what we all signed up for. … But strike in the first
that’s the great thing. They’re a great group half gave Hillsdale
of young men.” a 1-0 lead at half-
At the forefront has been Daily Journal time. Aragon
Athlete of the Week Ziggy Lauese. In addi- would tie the game
tion to Sequoia’s league and tournament midway through
titles, Ziggy was named the PAL South the second half,
Division Most Valuable Player, a deserved but Ben Nestor
honor for the senior center who was a con- scored what turned out to be the game
sistent double-double presence all season. winner and added the assist on Oshien
Ziggy’s crowning performance came in Doherty-Flaherty’s goal for the final mar-
the win over Mills with 29 points and 10 gin of victory.
rebounds. His post-up offensive attack Despite the perceived “hatred” between
proved unstoppable. His interior defense rivals, there could not be a more friendly
was a menace that left Mills scrambling to rivalry around, at least as far as soccer is
find driving lanes all night. And, no, the concerned. A number of Hillsdale alums
Vikings didn’t succeed much in this respect. have sons playing for Aragon, so there
And even in the PAL tournament champi- were some divided loyalties.
onship when Ziggy incurred three fouls by the But in a true show of sportsmanship
midway point of the second quarter, it only and class, the Dons agreed to a special
slowed him incrementally. Doing battle with start of the game. Hillsdale’s senior goal-
Jefferson’s senior center Rodney Lawrence — keeper Justin Hurd, who had started all
the PAL North Division MVP — Ziggy’s the games for the Knights this season,
championship-game line still delivered team- was injured in Wednesday’s game, making
highs with 18 points and eight rebounds. TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Sequoia center Ziggy Lauese led his Cherokees to both the Peninsula Athletic League South
See AOTW, Page 12 Division and PAL boys’ basketball tournament championships last week. See LOUNGE, Page 14

U.S. strong-arms Slovakia to advance to hockey quarters


By Stephen Whyno then it did in all three preliminary-round having the chemistry build and scored twice. With his second two-goal
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS games. James Wisniewski, continue to build, it feels game, Donato equaled his father, Ted, who
Mark Arcobello and Garrett really good.” scored four goals for the U.S. at the 1992
GANGNEUNG, South Korea — Ryan Roe also scored for the Shaking off a collision Games in Albertville.
Donato scored two goals, Troy Terry had Americans, who took with Ladislav Nagy, Ryan Between periods, Donato saw video of his
three assists and the United States beat advantage of a 5-on-3 Zapolski had arguably his dad in the stands and said, “I’ve never seen
Slovakia 5-1 in the qualification round power play for hits on best game of the tourna- him smile like that before.”
Tuesday to advance to face the Czech Donato and goaltender ment, stopping 21 of the 22 Slovakia goaltender Jan Laco allowed five
Republic in the Olympic quarterfinals. Ryan Zapolski. shots he faced. Zapolski and the goals on 33 shots and Peter Ceresnak scored
College kids again led the way for the “We’ve had a lot of chances that U.S. also beat Slovakia 2-1 in
U.S., which scored more against Slovakia we didn’t score on,” Donato said. “Just the preliminary round when Donato See HOCKEY, Page 16
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Honor roll
ting peppered with shots on goal all day, He then iced the game in the final minutes
including a dual save in the 73rd minute. At with a breakaway strike.
the time, the Colts led 1-0 after an early El i s e Kratzer, Menl o -Atherto n
score by freshman Mayel Pacheco. The lead g i rl s ’ s o ccer. Making just her fourth varsi-
looked in peril when Oceana got a break- ty appearance, the senior striker came off the
away look. Eastwood batted away the initial bench and used her blazing speed to net a pair
attempt, but the deflection fell to the foot of of goals as the Bears clinched the PAL Bay
another Oceana player, who quickly tried Division title with a 3-0 win over Carlmont.
again only to be met by Eastwood’s quick Her first-half goal was a matter of being in
reflexes to make her feet and record another the right place at the right time as she bodied
save. It wasn’t until the 79th minute when the ball over the goal line amid a scrum of
sophomore Rachel Vargas scored to seal the players. On her second, she motored past the
win for the Colts, who will move up to the Carlmont defensive line and won the 1-on-1
PAL Ocean Division next season. battle with the goalkeeper.
Bri ttney Cedeno , So uth Ci ty g i rl s ’ Dav i ds o n Iri abho , Wes tmo o r bo y s ’
bas ketbal l . The senior point guard moved s o ccer. The senior forward scored a hat
into sixth place all-time in total points for a trick in Westmoor’s most critical win of the
PAL tournament, racking up 67 points in season, a 4-2 victory over Half Moon Bay,
three wins to lead the Lady Warriors to the the only league loss of the season for the
PAL girls’ tournament championship. Cedeno PAL Ocean Division champs. The Rams
tallied 24 points in each of South City’s first needed the win to earn at-large considera-
Michael Matsuno set a new PAL boys’ tourney two wins over Aragon and Carlmont. She tion for the CCS playoffs, and had to battle Half Moon Bay’s Morgan Sparks won the PAL
single-game record with nine 3-pointers. needed every one of her 19 points in the title back from an early 1-0 deficit. Iriabho tied girls’ individual wrestling title at 235s.

M
i c h ae l Mat s un o , Mi l l s game to deliver the Warriors the champi- it on a header in the 35th minute, then totaled 16 points and 14 rebounds.
bo y s ’ bas ketbal l . The soph- onship though, a 59-58 win over Menlo- opened the second half with the go-ahead Sam Treano r, Hal f Mo o n Bay bo y s ’
omore guard put on a show in the Atherton, in which she knocked down an goal on an assist pass from junior Luis bas ketbal l . The senior point guard helped
first round of the PAL tournament, scoring eight-foot jumper with nine seconds to go Aguilar. Iriabho returned the favor, assist- the Cougars clinch a share of the PAL North
27 points — on nine 3-pointers — in a 73- that proved to be the game winner. ing on an Aguilar goal to make it 3-1. Then, title with 11 points in a win over El Camino
51 win over Terra Nova. He added two more Es trey a Go nzal ez and Cel es te Perez, after HMB scored in the 72nd minute, in the regular-season finale. He then went off
treys in a 55-41 loss to Jefferson in the So uth Ci ty g i rl s ’ s o ccer. It went down to Iriabho knocked in a long goal from just for 23 in a 59-56 win over Menlo-Atherton
tournament semifinals. The nine 3s marks a the last day of the season for South City to inside midfield to seal the victory. The win in the first round of the PAL Tournament. He
new single-game record in the 17-year his- sew up the PAL Ocean Division champi- over a league champ helped Westmoor earn added nine more in a 58-51 loss to Sequoia in
tory of the PAL tourney, topping the previ- onship, marking the first league title in pro- 40 1/2 power points, just enough to qualify the tournament semifinals.
ous record of eight held by four different gram history. The Warriors brought home the for its second CCS Division II postseason Lui s Al c al a, Dan i e l a Co ro n a,
players, including Matsuno’s older brother crown with last Thursday’s 4-1 victory over bracket in three years. Hal l i e Bei er and Mo rg an Sparks ,
Brandon from 2015. Half Moon Bay, fronted by goals from Tho mas Bro wn and Ri l ey Wo o ds o n, Hal f Mo o n Bay wres tl i ng . Count two
Jenni s Eas two o d, El Cami no g i rl s ’ Gonzalez and Perez. South City now Menl o bo y s ’ bas ketbal l . The Knights more PAL championships on the Coastside
s o ccer. The Lady Colts benefitted from the advances to its first ever Central Coast finished off their perfect season in West Bay as both the Half Moon Bay boys’ and girls’
inception of the PAL Lake Division this Section postseason, opening play at home Athletic League Foothill Division play last wrestling teams claimed the respective PAL
season, winning their first league title in in the Division II bracket Wednesday as the week. With wins over the King’s Academy wrestling crowns Friday and Saturday at Half
program history. But it didn’t come easy. El No. 5 seed hosting No. 12 Menlo School. and Woodside Priory, Menlo improved its Moon Bay High School. The boys earned
Camino finished its season winning seven To bi as Jaco bs o n, Menl o -Atherto n league record to 14-0 and its overall mark to the team title with 202 points, led by
straight league games to etch an 8-3-1 bo y s ’ s o ccer. The senior striker had a big 23-1. Brown opened the week by matching Alcala’s first-place triumph in the 115-
record, edging Mills’ 8-4 record to capture game in the Bears’ 3-0 win over eventual his season-high, scoring 23 points in a 67- pound division. The Lady Cougars earned
the Lake crown. The last five El Camino PAL Bay Division champion Burlingame. 41 win over TKA. Then Menlo closed out the team title with 160 points, including
wins were shutouts, thanks to the efforts of He gave M-A the lead just three minutes into the regular season with a 58-29 win over three individual championships from
its junior goalkeeper. Eastwood was on the first half when he beat everyone to a free Woodside Priory, paced by a double-double Corona at 143s, Beier at 162s, and Sparks
point in last Tuesday’s season finale, get- ball and pounded it into the back of the net. from its senior big man Woodson, who at 235s.

moved to the continental states because he 2, 6-3 and his dad decided he was going to his freshman year of high school and moved

AOTW wanted a chance to be as good a player as his


older sister Ana Lauese. That was a tall order,
as Ana was a high school state champion at
play basketball.”
Ziggy actually shares his first name with
his father, Sione Lauese Sr.. When Ziggy was
to Redwood City.
“All of a sudden, we switched places,” Ziggy
Lauese said.
Continued from page 11 Lahainaluna HS in Lahaina, Hawaii. a child, he started going by the name of Junior
“It all started after watching my sister play,” — only, in the Lauese’s native language, the Now, nearly four years later, Ziggy has
Ziggy Lauese said. “Watching her play, and word for “junior” is “si’i.” grown into the basketball player he always
A fourth-year senior, Ziggy is now 3 for 3 in admired his sister to be. And as he closes his
PAL tournament championships. The only how she worked, made me want to be good.” Siblings and cousins had a difficult time high school career, he does so in style, lead-
year Sequoia didn’t win since he arrived at the In 2011, Ana Lauese moved to Redwood pronouncing “Si’i.” Instead, it consistently ing Sequoia to its second Central Coast
Redwood City campus was 2015-16, his City to play basketball at Foothill College. was mispronounced “Ziggy.” Section Open Division appearance in as
sophomore year, during which he was injured During this time, Ziggy Lauese was on the “It caught on and we went with it,” Sione many years — opening against St. Francis
during the PAL tournament. verge of a massive growth spurt, shooting up Lauese Sr. said. at Santa Clara High School Friday at 5:30
It has been a long journey for Sequoia’s star nearly half a foot while in middle school. After Ana Lauese’s career at Foothill, she p.m. — guaranteeing the Cherokees a place
senior, and nephew of head coach Fine Lauese. “It was a growth spurt in middle school,” moved back to Hawaii. While, at the same in the CIF Northern California tournament
Hailing from Maui, Hawaii, Ziggy Lauese Fine Lauese said. “I think he grew about 6- time, Ziggy Lauese was readying to enter beginning March 7.

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Sequoia seals third PAL boys’ tourney title in four years
By Terry Bernal “It’s all about our command on defense,”
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Ziggy Lauese said. “In practice we always say
defense wins championships.”
The South Division has dominated the Jefferson did enjoy a surge near the end of the
Peninsula Athletic League boys’ basketball first half to make a game of it though. The
tournament in recent years. The Sequoia Cherokees were up 25-9 with three minutes to
Cherokees have been at the forefront of that go before halftime, but Lawrence got going on
dominance. the offensive boards and the Grizzlies finished
With a 62-48 victory over Jefferson in the on a 12-4 run.
PAL tournament championship Saturday night Trailing 28-21 at halftime, Jefferson opened
at the Cabrillo Union School District Events the second half with a 3-pointer by junior
Center in Half Moon Bay, the Cherokees guard Luis Villarreal, closing to within 28-24.
earned their third tourney title in four years. It was as close as the Grizzlies would get.
The PAL South has now captured the crown for “We played more close games earlier in the
five years running, starting with Burlingame season than lately,” Jefferson head coach John
in 2014, Menlo-Atherton in ’16, and Sequoia Falabella said. “Close games build character.
in ’15, ’17 and ’18. We should have played a little bit better
The common denominator over the past four though.”
seasons for Sequoia has been center Ziggy From there, Sequoia went on a 10-2 run
Lauese, who battled through early foul trouble spurred by a steal and strongman’s reverse
Saturday to post team-highs of 18 points and layup by Nunez. The two teams broke even on
eight rebounds. But the Cherokees were a the scoreboard 16-16 in the third quarter,
determined bunch, utilizing a pristine team capped by a 10-foot jumper by Bene, only to
passing tempo and inspired defense to lead the be matched by Lawrence powering for a put-
championship showdown wire-to-wire. back on one of his four offensive rebounds.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL In the fourth quarter, though, Sequoia com-
“I always use the Warriors (as an example),”
Sequoia head coach Fine Lauese said. Sequoia freshman Lio Lauese, left, drives against Jefferson’s Daniel Benjamin in the Cherokees’ manded a 19-11 outburst, with Nunez and Bene
“Everybody looks to pass the ball assuming 62-48 victory in the PAL boys’ tournament championship Saturday in Half Moon Bay. pouring in 3-pointers and Ziggy Lauese emerg-
there’s going to be a breakdown somewhere. The task in defending the explosive offense good. They have a great team but we got some ing for six of his 18 points.
… It’s good to see. When the ball is moving, of Jefferson is containing its two standout sen- lucky bounces.” “We haven’t really faced a player the likes of
we play well.” iors, center Rodney Lawrence and point guard Those “lucky bounces” were rampant in the Ziggy all season,” Falabella said. “He’s a load.
The benefits showed in the Sequoia box Daniel Benjamin. There were times Sequoia opening four minutes as Sequoia jumped out to We knew that coming in.”
score. Senior guard Pedram Attari added 14 was successful at doing this, and it was at these an 8-0 lead. And while Jefferson shot just 1 of The victory all but sealed Sequoia’s advanc-
points, while seniors Myles Nunez and Zach times the purple-and-black ran away with the 6 from the field in the quarter — on its way to ing to the Central Coast Section Open
Bene added nine apiece. And while Ziggy game. converting just 39 percent throughout — the Division bracket. Play opens Friday with a
Lauese had to sit more minutes than usual — Lawrence produced a game-high 21 points Cherokees’ hot start catapulted them to a 52.4- rematch of the 2016-17 first-round matchup as
although, he did play through most of the and nine rebounds, but battling on the inside percent shooting clip in the contest. the No. 5 Cherokees take on No. 4 St. Francis
opening half even after incurring his third foul with the taller, more imposing Ziggy Lauese And Bene’s defense was a big reason for the at Santa Clara High School. Tip-off is sched-
midway through the second quarter — Bene, an — Lawrence is a lanky 6-6, while Lauese is a discrepancy, as he consistently forced passes uled for 5:30 p.m.
unsung hero for the Cherokees this season, muscular 6-7 — the Grizzlies’ big man didn’t out of the hands of Benjamin. Jefferson’s sen- “We’ve been working for this for a long
was essential on defense and on the boards. get to the cylinder for his first field goal until ior point guard totaled 10 points and five time,” Ziggy Lauese said. “But we know we
“Zach Bene is our go-to guy when we need to midway through the second quarter. By then, assists, though he converted just one field goal have a lot more work to do.”
contain the best player on the other team,” the Cherokees had already built a substantial in the first half — a 3-pointer near the begin- Jefferson opens play in the CCS Division IV
Fine Lauese said. “He never comes off the floor lead. ning of the second quarter — and scored a bracket after byes in the first two rounds. The
and he always plays hard. I wish I had 15 Zach “Rodney was very good,” Ziggy Lauese said. majority of his points after Sequoia held a dou- No. 3 Grizzlies tip off Saturday at Hartnell
Benes.” “I had to try to get around him because he is ble-digit lead in the fourth quarter. College at a time to be determined.

Curry would love to captain Team Stephen again in 2019


By Bernie Wilson And there’s a definite single person that gets picked, you are an “Ain’t none of your business. You’re
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS appetite for the NBA to All-Star, so it doesn’t matter where you real- going too far, man,” James said with a
televise the captains’ ly go, so I think televise it.” laugh.
LOS ANGELES — Stephen Curry would draft rather than conduct Players raved about the new format of Curry didn’t divulge his draft order.
love to be an NBA All-Star Game captain it clandestinely like it having captains draft the teams rather than “As the draft kind of unfolded, you start to
again next year, especially since the game was this year. the traditional format of East vs. West. game plan around positions,” he said. “For
will be in his hometown of Charlotte. “Televise it, ” said And James finally revealed his draft order: me, I tried to get the best shooters. It was
LeBron James would be OK with someone DeMar DeRozan of Team Kevin Durant, Anthony Davis, his former kind of cool to see both teams come togeth-
else taking his place, depending on who the Stephen. “Give the peo- Cleveland teammate Kyrie Irving and er as me and LeBron were picking. So that
top two vote-getters are, although his draft Steph Curry ple what they want to DeMarcus Cousins, who missed the game part, that vibe of the format and having two
prowess led to Team LeBron beating Team see. I think everybody due to a season-ending injury. guys select from your peers will be a fun
Stephen 148-145 Sunday night. wants to see it. At the end of the day, every Where did he hide his draft board? show as it unfolds year after year.”

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3, then the next time down Chai banked a six- the foul. It was the only time in the game an South City senior center Jerlene Miller had

SSF foot, pull-up jumper to tie it 30-30, and it was


game on. Chai scored eight points in the
third quarter, including consecutive break-
M-A player besides Hoyem went to the line to
shoot two. The senior knocked down 1 of 2 —
the Bears shot 9 of 12 from the stripe through-
fouled out of the game midway through the
fourth quarter, leaving Tasi to defend against
Hoyem. And while the initial defense was suc-
Continued from page 11 away steal-and-scores to build the Bears’ first out — giving M-A a 55-54 advantage. cessful as Hoyem missed a turnaround jumper,
lead of the half at 37-33. At the other end, though, the Warriors not the Bears’ 6-1 center battled for the offensive
“[Chai] is just learning how to run a team only converted a monster and-1, they took rebound and converted while drawing the
full-court pressure defense of South City. foul, then hitting the free throw to put M-A up
and I think she came in and did great,” control of the game clock. Cedeno conducted
This, along with the Warriors’ 3-point 58-57 with 28 seconds to go.
Coleman said. “The way she performed South City’s offense beautifully, taking a
marksmanship, helped South City build a
tonight, we were very excited.” drive around a backdoor screen to draw M-A’s South City and M-A played most facets of
substantial first-half lead. Freshman
South City stormed back with a pair of 3s defense on the right side. As two M-A bodies the game equally. The Warriors shot 41.5 per-
guard Alex Salise drilled her second con-
from Salise and Cedeno, then Cedeno con- converged, Cedeno threaded a bounce pass cent from the field, while the Bears shot 40.8
secutive 3 with under a minute to go in the
verted on a crafty dribble-drive and quickly underneath to Tasi. percent. M-A committed just one more
first quarter, giving the Warriors a 14-11
lead, sparking a 19-4 run that helped give the Warriors swung the advantage back with a “I don’t know if there’s a better decision turnover than South City for a 16-15 differen-
South City its best lead of the night at 30- 41-37 lead. They held it until the closing sec- maker in that spot in the PAL,” Carion said. tial. The Bears did substantially outrebound
15. onds of the third quarter when M-A scored in Tasi hadn’t been shooting particularly well South City 38-30.
The Lady Bears rallied back before the half transition with senior guard Carly up to that point. But the difference-maker for the Warriors
though, with guard Catharine Chai answering McLanahan pushing an assist pass to Fischer “It was a good pass,” Tasi said. “I was kind was Cedeno, and with the shot clock off Big
with the hot hand from beyond the arc. on a layup to tie it 45-45. of nervous. I thought I wasn’t going to catch Blue went to its superstar. And the three-time
Hoyem wrestled six of her game-high 13 Sophomore guard Linnea Lindblom gave it.” PAL North Division MVP delivered a clutch
rebounds in the second quarter, and the fresh- M-A the lead 47-45 on the team’s first pos- Not only did Tasi convert with 50 seconds shot with a cool touch. With the clock run-
man Chai cut into South City’s lead by session of the fourth quarter. And the Bears to go, however, she also drew the foul and ning below 10 seconds, Cedeno took a pick-
drilling two 3s at the end of the half — en would enjoy the advantage throughout most knocked down the free throw to give South and-roll around the left side and got airborne
route to scoring 16 points — to leave M-A of the period until South City tied it 54-54 City a 57-55 lead. over a single M-A defender to hit the game-
trailing 30-25 at the break. with 1:55 remaining on a bucket from “We were in a really good spot because we winning floater.
“We fought back and I’m proud of my team Malepeai. knew we were going to get the last shot,” M-A has captured four previous PAL tourna-
for not giving up,” M-A head coach Markisha On the ensuing possession, McLanahan Carion said. “And we were thinking, ‘no 3s, ment titles — tying with Terra Nova for the
Coleman said. had a 3-point attempt swirl out, but Fischer no 3s, no 3s.’” most in the tourney’s 19-year history — first
At the start of the second half, Chai fed an crashed for the offensive board. The junior Even though M-A played for the tie, a 3- winning in 2008 before its recent three-peat
assist pass to junior Erica Fischer for a quick kicked it to a driving McLanahan, who drew point play is precisely what happened. from ’15-17.

out of bounds, thus allowing Hurd to come the game-winning shot in the playoffs. To second mark, she began her attack. She put

LOUNGE off the field to a round of applause before


being replaced by sophomore Parker Crouse,
the Knights’ JV starter who was called up for
do it twice in one tournament is asking a
lot and to do it back-to-back games on
back-to-back days? Well, that simply does-
the ball on the floor, drove down the right
side of the lane and flipped up a shot that
grazed off the backboard and fell through the
Continued from page 11 the final game to replace the injured Hurd. n’t happen. basket with 2.5 seconds to play.
While so many people are concerned Unless you’re South City guard Brittney In the championship game against M-A
about winning and championships for their Cedeno, that is. The senior guard, who is Saturday night, it was Cedeno’s heroics
him unavailable for Friday’s match against respective high school teams, many forget heading to Cal Baptist University in Irvine that snapped the Bears’ three-year reign as
Aragon. that these are kids who are still learning to next season, had a pair of game-winning PAL champs. The senior hit the game-win-
The Dons agreed to let Hurd “start” in be adults. The sportsmanship displayed by buckets during the Peninsula Athletic ning jump shot with 8.4 seconds left, giv-
goal for the final game of his high school both teams prove that there are teaching League Tournament last weekend. In a 48-46 ing the Warriors a 59-58 victory and their
career — crutches and all. moments in high school sports. win over Aragon in the semifinals Friday, first PAL Tournament title since 2000.
And in a class move, the Dons took the *** there were 28 seconds left in the game and It continues to be a banner year for the
opening kickoff and immediately kicked it Most basketball players dream of hitting the ball in Cedeno’s hands. At about the 10- Half Moon Bay athletic program as the
Cougars added two more PAL titles over the
Own Your Own Power! weekend. Friday, the HMB girls’ wrestling
team captured its first PAL team tournament
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MLB restructures pace of play rules
By Ronald BLum lines will be recorded. stealing means that there are concerns
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The person spoke on about how this will work ... or not work.”
condition of anonymity Until now, the only restriction on mound
NEW YORK — Major League Baseball because that detail was visits was a second visit to the same pitch-
has imposed stricter limits on mound vis- not announced. er during an inning by a manager or coach
its by players in an effort to speed games “If you’re really like resulted in an automatic pitching change.
but decided against 20-second pitch clocks stealing signs from up The number of visits by catchers during
CHARLES LECLAIRE/USA TODAY SPORTS
for 2018. top with the video and games has increased in recent years, con-
transmitting them tributing to the average time of a nine- Relief pitcher Tony Watson is guaranteed two
After more than a year of negotiations, years and $9 million with the Giants.
the Major League Baseball Players Rob Manfred somehow in that inning game stretching to a record 3 hours,
Association refused to agree to the changes
but also signed an agreement that it will
not oppose the rules.
more
nanosecond you’d be
concerned, ” Maddon said.
“Otherwise. It’ll just be entertaining. You
5 minutes last season, up from 2:46 in
2005.
Under the new rule, each team would get
Giants finalize deal
The amendments to the playing rules
announced Monday include a general limit
don’t even have to do that, you could run up
and down the tunnel.”
MLB has the right to make playing rules
an additional mound visit without a pitch-
ing change for each extra inning. Trips
will not count against the limit following
with lefty reliever
of six mound visits per nine-inning game THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
without a pitching change, whether by a changes absent an agreement with one year an offensive substitution, to check on
manager, coach or player. notice and made proposals during the potential injuries or to clean spikes on wet SCOTTSDALE — Left-hander Tony
“We’ll have to just figure out a more non- 2016-17 offseason for a pitch clock and fields. If a team is out of visits, the plate Watson and the Giants have finalized a two-
verbal method of communication, ” more restrictions on mound visits. umpire may give permission for additional year contract that includes a player option
Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon said. “My strong preference is to continue to trips by the catcher in the event of a cross- for 2020, a deal that guarantees the former
“We’re not going to be texting, I promise have ongoing dialogue with players on up on pitch signals. All-Star reliever $9 million.
you that, even if we could.” this topic to find mutually acceptable solu- MLB is eliminating the rules guarantee- The deal announced Monday could be worth
Detroit catcher James McCann objected. tions,” Commissioner Rob Manfred said in ing eight warmup pitches before a half- $26 million over three years, including per-
“Some people may say that a catcher vis- a statement. inning in an effort to keep between-inning formance bonuses. Among the performance
iting with the pitcher isn’t a big deal,” he Union head Tony Clark noted the sides breaks to 2:05 for most games, 2:25 for bonuses are $2.5 million annually in 2018
said, “but what if you’ve already had five technically did not reach a deal. regular-season games on national televi- and 2019 based on games finished. The deal
mound visits and you got your closer on “The focus on mound visits and/or the sion and 2:55 for tiebreaker and postsea- was structured in a manner that lowers its
the mound in the ninth inning, and you’re level of commitment on the other pieces son games. There are exceptions relating average annual value for the luxury tax.
facing the three and four hitters with guys simply didn’t focus enough attention on to injury and if the pitcher or catcher fin- The 31-year-old left-hander was 7-4 with a
on second and third, bases loaded? You the areas the players wanted to address — ishes the previous half inning on base, at 3.38 ERA last year in 71 relief appearances
can’t go out and talk to him?” so no agreement was reached,” he said in an bat or on deck. for Pittsburgh and the Los Angeles Dodgers,
To assuage players’ concerns about sign email to the AP. Last year, a system of fines was not who acquired him on July 31. He was 2-1
stealing, MLB will install new telephone “While a number of pitchers will enforced until a player was 20 seconds over with a 2.70 ERA in 24 regular-season games
lines from dugouts to video replay rooms. acknowledge that some mound visits are the inning-break limit. Players have been with the Dodgers, then 2-0 with a 2.57 ERA
MLB said the lines will be monitored, and unnecessary, a limitation combined with fined for pace violations in each of the last in 11 postseason games.
a person familiar with the decision told The what the experience has been of late in three seasons, but individual names have A 2014 All-Star, Watson pitched for the
Associated Press all conversations on the regard to technologically enhanced sign not been made public. Pirates from 2011-17.

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Donato had his own worries.

TUESDAY
CCS GIRLS’ HOOPS
Division III
TUESDAY
CCS BOYS’ HOOPS
Division I
BOYS
WEDNESDAY
CCS SOCCER
HOCKEY “I had a little bit of a bloody
nose,” Donato said. “It kind of felt
like I might’ve broke my nose
James Lick (14-10) at No. 11 Hillsdale (13-10), 7 p.m. Milpitas (10-14) at No. 11 Carlmont (10-14), 7 p.m. Division I Continued from page 11 right away but it feels fine and
Soledad (17-5) at No.12 Capuchino (10-14),5:30 p.m. Division II No. 14 Sequoia (10-7-3) at No. 3 St. Francis (11-3-6),
El Camino (15-9) at No. 9 Sobrato (15-9), 7 p.m. Wilcox (8-15) at No. 11 Woodside (11-13), 7 p.m. 3 p.m.
nothing was wrong.”
Division IV Andrew Hill (12-12) at No.9 San Mateo (13-11),7 p.m. No. 10 Serra (12-6-2) at No. 7 North Salinas (11-5- With Cajovsky given a match
Mercy-Burlingame (10-14) at No.12 Carmel (8-13),7 p.m. Division III 2), 3 p.m. a power-play goal for Slovakia, penalty — a five-minute major and
Division V Del Mar (10-14) at No. 10 Capuchino (7-17), 7 p.m. No. 15 Aragon (6-6-8) at No. 2 San Benito (9-3-8), which became the first team elimi- an ejection — and Nagy in the
Nueva School (7-10) at Anzar (15-9), 7 p.m. Division IV TBA
No.10 Summit Shasta (12-4) at Oakwood (16-7),7 p.m. Terra Nova (12-13) at No. 12 Harker (11-13), 7 p.m. No. 12 Alvarez (9-5-6) at No. 5 Menlo-Atherton (12-
nated from the men’s side. penalty box for goaltender inter-
No.12 Summit Prep (8-7) at Crystal Springs (5-16),7 p.m. Division V 4-3), 7 p.m. In other qualification games later
Summit Prep (9-10) at No. 11 North Valley Baptist Division II ference, the U.S. scored 18 seconds
THURSDAY (12-6), 7 p.m. No. 14 Latino College Prep (14-2-4) at No. 3 Half
Tuesday, Finland played South into its 5-on-3 power play with
Division I Moon Bay (15-3-1), 7 p.m. Korea, with the winner advancing Donato screening Laco for
THURSDAY
No. 5 Carlmont (18-7) vs. TBD at Carlmont, 7 p.m.
Division IV
No. 10 Westmoor (11-5-2) at No. 7 Saratoga (10-6- to take on Canada; Slovenia faced Wisniewski’s first goal to make it
Division III 2), 3 p.m.
No. 7 Burlingame (15-9) vs.TBD at Burlingame, 7 p.m. No. 6 SHP (12-12) vs. TBD at SHP, 7 p.m. No. 12 Menlo School (11-4-3) at No. 5 Prospect (12- Norway, with the winner advanc- 2-0 at the 2:20 mark. Terry took
No. 8 Mills (14-10) vs. TBD at Mills, 7 p.m. Division V 5-3), 7 p.m. ing to play the “Olympic Athletes
Division IV No. 5 Alma Heights (22-2) vs.TBD at Alma, 7 p.m. advantage of all the time in the
No. 6 Terra Nova (16-9) vs.TBD at Terra Nova, 7 p.m. No.9 Summit Shasta (12-8) at No.8 Nueva (13-9),7 p.m. SATURDAY
from Russia”); and Germany world behind the net and found an
FRIDAY Open Division played Switzerland, with the win- open Arcobello for a one-timer to
FRIDAY Open Division No.3 Mitty (14-0-6) at No.6 Burlingame (12-3-4),3 p.m. ner advancing to face Sweden. put the U.S. up 3-0 at 13:30.
Open Division No. 2 Menlo (23-1) vs. No. 7 Mitty (9-15) at Fremont
No. 6 Menlo School (16-7) vs. No. 3 Presentation (20- High, 5:30 p.m. GIRLS After a listless first period with “They’ve got some talent there,”
4) at Christopher High, 5:30 p.m. No. 5 Sequoia (22-5) vs. No. 4 St. Francis (18-6) at WEDNESDAY no goals and few scoring chances, Arcobello said of his linemates.
Division I
SATURDAY
Santa Clara High, 5:30 p.m.
No. 16 San Benito (9-8-2) at No. 1 Woodside (6-4-8), the U.S. wasted little time getting “Donato can really shoot it, as you
No. 8 Serra (15-9) vs. No. 1 Bellarmine at Santa Clara
Division I High, 7:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. on the board early in the second. saw tonight and in a couple games
No. 1 M-A (19-7) vs.TBD at Santa Clara High,TBA No. 9 Carlmont (6-5-9) at No. 8 St. Ignatius (11-4-4), Terry, as he has done all Olympics,
No. 2 Sequoia (19-7) vs.TBD at Santa Clara High,TBA SATURDAY 3 p.m. before. Terry can really set up the
Division II Division I No. 13 Sequoia (13-4-3) at No. 4 Fremont (14-2-4), used his speed to get to the net, and plays. He’s got the vision and the
No. Aragon (12-5) vs.TBD at Gunn High,TBA No. 3 M-A (16-9) vs.TBD at Piedmont Hills High,TBA 7 p.m. Donato picked up the loose puck passing. They’re good. They’ve
Division III Division II Division II
No. 1 South City (23-4) vs.TBD at Aptos High,TBA No. 3 Aragon (14-9) vs. TBD at Aragon, TBA No. 3 Terra Nova (7-5-6) at No. 14 Gunderson (12-2- and beat Laco 1:36 into the period. got a lot of energy and they’re
Division IV Division III 2), 5:30 p.m. “I thought I’ve had a good tour- going to keep me going.”
No. 1 SHP (13-10) vs TBD at Scotts Valley High,TBA No. 3 Mills (20-6) vs. TBD at St. Ignatius, TBA No. 7 Scotts Valley (10-5-3) vs. No. 10 Mercy-
No. 2 NDB 12-11) vs.TBD at Scotts Valley High,TBA Division IV Burlingame (16-3-1) at Skyline College, 3 p.m. nament the whole time,” Terry After Jordan Greenway was
No. 4 HMB (19-6) vs.TBD at Scotts Valley High,TBA No. 1 HMB (21-4) vs. TBD at Hartnell College, TBA No. 15 Carmel (10-9-1) at No. 2 Notre Dame-Bel- said. “It hasn’t resulted in a lot of penalized for slashing, Slovakia
Division V No. 3 Jefferson (20-7) vs.TBD at Hartnell College,TBA mont (14-3-1), 3 p.m. points and that type of stuff. So I
No. 1 Priory (10-14) vs. TBD at Alma Heights, TBA Division V No. 12 Menlo School (7-9-2) at No. 5 South City (15- scored on the power play 16:54
No.2 Alma Heights (21-2) vs.TBD at Alma Heights,TBA No. 2 Priory (14-10) vs. TBD at Pinewood, TBA 2-3), 5:30 p.m. was just trying to keep my confi- into the second to cut it to 3-1, but
dence and know that I just have to the lightning-fast line of Roe,
play the same way.” Brian O’Neill and Broc Little com-
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Blood test to help diagnose brain injuries gets U.S. OK
By Lindsey Tanner normal. That means patients with negative
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS blood tests can avoid CT scans and unneces-
sary radiation exposure, said Dr. Jeffrey
CHICAGO — The first blood test to help Bazarian, a University of Rochester emer-
doctors diagnose traumatic brain injuries gency medicine professor involved in
has won U.S. government approval. Banyan’s research.
The move means Banyan Biomarkers can Bazarian called the test “a huge step”
commercialize its test, giving the company toward devising a blood test that can detect
an early lead in the biotech industry’s race brain injuries including concussions.
to find a way to diagnose concussions. Dr. Walter Koroshetz, director of the
The test doesn’t detect concussions and National Institute of Neurological Disorders
the approval won’t immediately change and Stroke, and other brain injury experts
how patients with suspected concussions or say the test isn’t sensitive enough to rule
other brain trauma are treated. But out concussions.
Wednesday’s green light by the Food and “This may be a beginning. It’s not the pot
Drug Administration “is a big deal because of gold at the end of the rainbow, ”
then it opens the door and accelerates tech- Koroshetz said.
nology,” said Michael McCrea, a brain That prize would be a test that could detect
injury expert at Medical College of and guide treatment for concussions and
Wisconsin. traumatic brain injuries, similar to a blood
The test detects two proteins present in test that hospitals commonly use to evalu-
brain cells that can leak into the blood- ate suspected heart attacks, Koroshetz said.
stream following a blow to the head. “That’s what we’d like to have for the
Banyan’s research shows the test can detect brain,” he said.
them up within 12 hours of injury. It’s San Diego-based Banyan has partnered
designed to help doctors quickly determine with Abbott and French firm bioMerieux SA
which patients with suspected concussions Traumatic brain injuries affect an estimated 10 million people globally each year; at least 2 to market the test to hospitals using those
may have brain bleeding or other brain million of them are treated in U.S. emergency rooms.They often get CT scans to detect bleeding companies’ blood analyzing machines.
injury. or other abnormalities.The scans expose patients to radiation, but in many patients with mild Other companies are developing similar
Patients with a positive test would need a brain injuries including concussions, abnormalities don’t show up on these imaging tests. blood tests to detect brain injuries.
CT scan to confirm the results and determine BioDirection is developing a test involv-
if surgery or other treatment is needed. The The test “sets the stage for a more mod- in many patients with mild brain injuries ing one of the proteins in Banyan’s test
test will first be used in emergency rooms, ernized standard of care for testing of sus- including concussions, abnormalities don’t plus another one and using a portable device
possibly as soon as later this year, but pected cases,” Gottlieb said in a statement. show up on these imaging tests. that can yield results from a single drop of
Banyan’s hope is that it will eventually be Traumatic brain injuries affect an estimat- With Department of Defense funding, blood in less than two minutes.
used on battlefields and football fields. ed 10 million people globally each year; at Banyan’s research shows its Brain Trauma Quanterix is also working to develop a
FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb least 2 million of them are treated in U.S. Indicator can accurately pick up brain trau- blood test to diagnose concussions and
said the test fits with the agency’s goals for emergency rooms. They often get CT scans ma later found on CT scans. It also shows other brain injuries. It has licensed the use
delivering new technologies to patients and to detect bleeding or other abnormalities. that absence of the two proteins in the test of both proteins in Banyan’s test to be used
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When the sisters simultaneously redis- to begin renting a studio at the Claremont formerly housed a donation drop-off for the

STUDIOS
Continued from page 1
covered a passion for knitting and crochet-
ing some six years ago, they were focused
on making small toys and gifts, such as
Art Studios about a year ago, Collins was
excited about the possibilities the new
space would bring.
nonprofit Samaritan House.
Having seen interesting clusters of artist
studios at other locations across the Bay
stuffed animals and ornaments, as well as “It’s great that I was able to clean out my Area, Phillips said he and his partners
patterns allowing other artists to reproduce garage,” she said, adding that she had pre- decided to see what it would be like to
going far beyond the knitted accessories one their creations. But their inventiveness organize the space into three 250-square-
viously tried working out of an empty
might expect expert needle crafters to pro- soon brought them to experiment with a foot and nine 200-square-foot studios.
space in a larger office building. “People
duce. From transforming a tree trunk and different sort of project, the kind trans- Since they started renting the spaces to
were on the phones all day, I wasn’t
branches into the bright blue arms of a squid forming an everyday item like a mailbox artists in 2013, Phillips said he’s been
inspired.”
in downtown San Mateo to securing the faces into an imaginary creature with birdlike overwhelmed by the interest in them from
of cute monsters on the benches outside San In the bright showroom in the front of
feet protruding from its legs. the building facing Claremont Street, those working on silkscreen T-shirts,
Francisco’s Ferry Building, the Watts’ art architectural projects and metal-working,
installations have spanned miles of surface It wasn’t until they discovered a concept artists have been able to show their work in
called “yarnbombing” on the internet a few private shows and also with anyone who among other artwork.
area in locations across the Bay Area.
So for the Watts, getting the chance to years ago that they realized their penchant walks into the studios, said Collins. She “We love this building, we love the proj-
spread their work out in one of 12 studios at for piquing the public’s imagination had a added the collaborative community work- ect,” he said. “We think it’s just a really
the Claremont Art Studios at 1515 S. name, and that they would need a more ded- ing on portraits, photography and abstract cool thing for the community.”
Claremont St. allows them to keep pace icated working space, not only to fit all of art, among other types of projects, plays a Though the studios are available for rent
with their expanding portfolio of projects. their materials, but also to inspire and big role in how much she enjoys working on a month-to-month basis, Phillips said
Surrounded by spools of yarn in every color motivate them to continue their work. in the space, among other similarly focused many of the artists who work there current-
imaginable and rows of neatly arranged “It helps you give your craft respect and on their artwork. ly have stayed for years and tend to be part-
pairs of scissors, knitting and crocheting the space to focus on it,” said Lorna Watt. Though Kevin Phillips, the landlord for time artists or hobbyists. By renting them
needles, the sister team knows they’ve col- In a studio across the hall from the Watts, the studios, has experience managing other out at rates around $500 to $600 a month,
lected a wide range of materials for their all- painter Mary Collins works on a wide range commercial and residential projects, set- Phillips is hoping they continue to find the
encompassing projects over the years. of projects, everything from mixed media ting up the 5,559-square-foot space for space they need to continue their work at
“We have too much yarn,” joked Jill projects with textured paper to color-filled artists was a first. When he and his partners affordable rates.
Watt, who lives in Foster City while her abstract paintings. In the 10 years Collins, bought the building in 2012, they had no And for artists like Collins, just a little
sister Lorna Watt lives in San Mateo. “If we who is retired, has focused on her artwork, intention of creating studios but, because it bit of freedom from the practicalities of the
didn’t have a place … there’s no way we’d she said she struggled to find the space and was zoned for high-density housing, soon work can make all the difference.
be able to fit all the stuff in our houses.” quiet to make progress with her projects in found their options were limited when it “There’s no distractions,” she said. “It’s
her Foster City home. So when she was able came to transforming the building, which totally so easy to spend hours here.”

ground check system.” could never see my parents again.” and teachers this week and will discuss

TRUMP
Continued from page 1
The main action Trump has taken on guns
in office has been to sign a resolution
blocking an Obama-era rule designed to
But previous gun tragedies have not pro-
duced action in Congress. After the Las
Vegas massacre in the fall, Republicans and
school safety with state and local officials.
But they have offered no further details on
who will attend those sessions.
keep guns out of the hands of certain men- Democrats in Congress talked about taking Trump spent most of his weekend at his
tally disabled people. The president has a rare step to tighten the nation’s gun laws. private Palm Beach estate, Mar-a-Lago.
One side of that debate was represented voiced strong support for gun rights and Four months later, the only gun legislation White House aides advised against golfing
outside the White House as dozens of teens the National Rifle Association. that has moved in the House or Senate too soon after the shooting. But on
spread their bodies across the pavement to instead eases restrictions for gun owners. President’s Day, the avid golfer headed to
symbolize the dead and call for stronger The bipartisan background check legisla-
tion would be aimed at ensuring that federal Kristin Brown, co-president of the Brady his nearby golf club. The White House did
gun controls, a precursor to a march in not immediately answer questions about
Washington planned next month by sur- agencies and states accurately report rele- Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, said
vant criminal information to the FBI. It the measure Trump discussed with Cornyn whether he was playing golf.
vivors of the Parkland school shooting and
supporters of their cause. was introduced after the Air Force failed to would help to enforce existing rules but President Barack Obama took heavy crit-
At his Florida club just 40 miles from a report the criminal history of the gunman would not close loopholes permitting icism in 2014 when he went golfing during
community ravaged by the shooting that who slaughtered more than two dozen peo- loose private sales on the internet and at a vacation just minutes after denouncing
left 17 dead last week, Trump gave a nod ple at a Texas church. gun shows. She’s pressing for a ban on the militants who had beheaded an
toward a specific policy action, with the The White House statement comes as assault-type weapons and for laws enabling American journalist. He later regretted
White House saying he had spoken Friday shooting survivors and other young people family members, guardians or police to ask playing golf so soon after the killing.
to Sen. John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, press for more gun control in a rising cho- judges to strip gun rights temporarily from Trump watched cable television news dur-
about a bipartisan bill designed to rus of grief and activism. Their “March for people who show warning signs of vio- ing the weekend and groused to club mem-
strengthen the FBI database of prohibited Our Lives” is planned March 24 in lence. bers and advisers about the investigation of
gun buyers. Washington. “We need a comprehensive system, ” Russian election meddling.
Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders Ella Fesler, 16-year-old high school stu- Brown said. “One of these isn’t enough.” In a marathon series of furious weekend
qualified the support, stressing that talks dent in Alexandria, Virginia, was among the Trump, who visited first responders and tweets from Mar-a-Lago, Trump vented
continue and “revisions are being consid- students at the “lie-in” in front of the White some victims Friday, has focused his com- about Russia, raging at the FBI for what he
ered,” but said “the president is supportive House. She said it was time for change, ments on mental health, rather than guns. perceived to be a fixation on the Russia
of efforts to improve the federal back- adding: “Every day when I say ‘bye’ to my The White House says the president will investigation at the cost of failing to deter
parents, I do acknowledge the fact that I host a “listening session” with students the attack.

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Hard falls at Olympics but no


hard rules about concussions
By Eddie Pells A FIS study of all its disciplines —
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Alpine, freestyle, snowboarding, ski jump-
ing and cross-country — found that about
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — At the 10 percent of the 3009 injuries charted from
bottom of the Olympic aerials landing hill, 2006-16 involved concussions or neuro-
where crashes are common and the term logical damage.
“slap back” is part of the everyday lingo, ‘’It’s definitely prevalent, ” American
skiers spend almost as much time figuring Alpine skier Ted Ligety said. “Guys are tak-
out how to protect their heads as they do ing high-speed falls. It’s something we’re
working on all those flips and spins. all aware of.”
“We learn how to fall,” U.S. jumper Jon Some of the biggest stars in snow sports
Lillis said. have had some of the worst injuries. The
Elsewhere around the action-sports story underlying Shaun White’s gold medal
venue, that’s not so much the case. last week was his comeback from a massive
Concussion dangers lurk everywhere — crash during training in October that split
from the iced-over deck of the halfpipe, to his lip open and required 62 stitches to
the steeply pitched landings on the repair. Iouri Podladtchikov, the 2014
slopestyle course, to the careening twists Olympic halfpipe champion, missed the
and turns of the snowboardcross track, to Pyeongchang Games because of a scary fall
the aerials course, where “slap back” is the he took in a competition a few weeks earli-
term for when a skier’s head slaps back- er.
ward against the snow. But at the The death of halfpipe skier Sarah Burke
Olympics, there are no hard-and-fast rules REUTERS and the brain injury suffered by snowboard-
regarding who diagnoses head injuries, and Saturday in the women’s ski slopestyle contest, silver medalist Mathilde Gremaud of Switzerland er Kevin Pearce stand as the seminal warn-
no hard-and-fast protocol that athletes described a training accident in which she hit her head, lost her memory and dealt with ings about the dangers of these sports.
must clear to be allowed back on the slopes lingering headaches the next day. Her description was followed quickly by an explanation from While it’s hard to predict where most of
after a concussion. the Swiss team doctor, who said Gremaud checked out free of concussion symptoms and the injuries might come in most of their
“A bit concerning, ” says neurologist was cleared to compete the day after the wreck. runs, the point of impact is the same on an
Kevin Weber of the Ohio State Wexner aerials course, where there is a single land-
to strengthen its protocol. Neurologists evaluations be done by an independent doc- ing hill that is stacked with loads of cushy
Medical Center. “Because you worry that
independent of the teams are required to be at tor. snow to try to dampen the impact.
athletes in other sports that may not be as
every game, and players are supposed to go “It can set it up for some awkward situa- Lillis, the aerialist, said team doctors are
popular as football are getting, I wouldn’t
through a strict battery of tests before they’re tions” in which team doctors who are close an athlete’s best line of defense, and “you
say ignored, but the concussions they’re
allowed back on the field. to the athletes have to make decisions about depend on the medical staff to not put you in
getting are under-scrutinized.”
That system has failed the players time their availability, Weber said. “But it’s no jeopardy.”
The most telling example of this came
and again, yet for all its weaknesses, it different from the overwhelming majority But the doctor isn’t their only line of
Saturday in the women’s ski slopestyle
appears a fuller and better-thought-out of sports, where it’s the team physicians defense.
contest, where silver medalist Mathilde
plan than what’s in place for the who are the ones evaluating for concus- “If you hit your head, you have to be hon-
Gremaud of Switzerland described a train-
International Ski Federation (FIS), which sions.” est,” he said. “Ultimately, if you’re not,
ing accident in which she hit her head, lost
runs all the ski and snowboard events at This is hardly a new topic for world-class that’s on you. The athlete has to, at all
her memory and dealt with lingering
the Olympics. skiing and snowboarding. times, hold some of the responsibility.”
headaches the next day. Her description
FIS has a 12-page booklet with thorough
was followed quickly by an explanation
instructions on how to diagnose concus-
from the Swiss team doctor, who said
sions. But ultimately, team doctors are
Gremaud checked out free of concussion
given authority to clear their athletes. A
symptoms and was cleared to compete the
FIS spokeswoman said it wasn’t practical
day after the wreck.
to have independent neurologists at the
“The idea that she overcame what
wide array of events it conducts each week-
appeared to be a concussion and raced 36
end during the winter.
hours later and won silver is not a feel-
The IOC, which has ultimate authority
good story,” said Chris Nowinski, founder
over the Olympics, said its protocol is
of the Concussion Legacy Foundation. “I
based on a 2016 medical paper that was
think it’s a ‘Thank God She Survived’
compiled by more than 20 experts and rep-
story. It’s a shame she was out there.”
resents best practices that are recommended
The NFL has come under withering criti-
to the individual sports federations. The
cism for its handling of concussions over the
paper notes the importance of neurological
decades. It has tried, not all that successfully,
evaluations but doesn’t recommend those

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labor strife with teachers who claim about $200 million to rebuild campus- said he believed there was no other way Foundation and Proper For more information call 829-3860.
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Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Master Resource Conservation
ly. years ago, into modern facilities. The cerns than make difficult choices Belmont. Learn about the most Course. 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 455
Marinos said it is essential to exam- expense of maintaining old, antiquated aimed at getting the district on sound effective and efficient way to build a County Center, Redwood City. Meet
financial ground. strong financial future. For more in room 405, on the fourth floor. Gain
ine enrollment sizes when charting a campuses is not sustainable, she has information contact an in-depth knowledge of sustain-
path to fiscal solvency. said, while advocating for rebuilding “Without balancing the budget, we belmont@smcl.org. ability topics and learn about local
“We can’t be asking taxpayers for a new school sites. will never be able to raise teacher resource conservation issues.
Peninsula Rose Society Meeting. Limited space, registration required.
bond or parcel tax when we have The financial plan is buttressed by salaries,” he said. 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Redwood City For more information contact aan-
Veterans Memorial Senior Center, drade@smcgov.org.
1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City.
The council’s decision to impose company and the loss in city tax rev-

STORE
Free for all ages. For more informa- Melody of China in Concert. 6:30
tion call 465-3967. p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Foster City Library,
the moratorium was in part a enue should their decision delay the 1000 E Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City.
response to an outpouring of concern store’s opening. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21 Melody of China will perform at the
from hundreds of San Carlos residents “We would not go down that road Free Pet ‘Fixes.’ 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. library to celebrate the Lunar New
Continued from page 1 Senior Coastsiders, 925 Main St., Half Year. For more information contact
about the implications of a new and not go down that lease had we Moon Bay. Free spaying and neuter- fwu@smcl.org.
firearm store in the city. Citing wor- known that there was something that ing clinic hosted by the Peninsula
review a moratorium at its Oct. 23 ries about the store’s location in a would be changing,” said Ortiz, at the
Humane Society. Surgery performed Comic Ar ts Fest Event: The
by a licensed vet in an SPCA surgery American Dream? 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
meeting, when several residents mall with businesses frequented by Nov. 13 meeting. vehicle. One pet per family. Cats and Burlingame Public Library, 480
voiced concerns. families and the prevalence of mass City Manager Jeff Maltbie previ- dogs only. For more information call Primrose Road, Burlingame. A graph-
340-7022. ic novel memoir feature installation.
But Councilman Ron Collins does- shootings in recent years, dozens of ously confirmed no local conditions For more information call 558-7407.
n’t expect the letter to have any effect San Carlos citizens weighed in on the regulating gun sales in San Carlos Drop In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to
on the effort to study how rules regu- noon. 1044 Middlefield Road, FRIDAY. FEB. 23
November decisions. The council existed in the city before the council Redwood City. Free one-on-one help Free Wellness Class for Senior s
lating gun shops in San Carlos could voted 4-1 to impose and extend the discussed the moratorium and its regarding laptops, e-readers, tablets, and Caregivers: Healthy Mouth,
be shaped and implemented, one of moratorium in November, with Vice extension in November.
and mobile phones. Meets in the Healthy Life. Noon to 1 p.m. 1819
Small Conference Room on the first Trousdale Drive, Burlingame. This
the objectives of the moratorium Mayor Matt Grocott voting against Collins said the letter was the first floor. For more information contact class will focus on the importance of
councilmembers approved at their the measures. correspondence he had received from gsuarez@redwoodcity.org. good oral hygiene to keep the
mouth and body healthy during the
Nov. 13 meeting and extended for up Aimed at giving officials and resi- Turner’s Outdoorsman since the coun- San Mateo Professional Alliance aging process. For more information
to another 10 months and 15 days dents time to study rules regulating cil’s November hearings. Though he Network ing Lunch. Noon to 1 p.m. call 697-6900.
later that month. He said all of the Pacific Catch Restaurant, 243 S. B St.,
gun shops, the council’s ruling also was hesitant to predict a concrete San Mateo. Free admission, lunch A Room of Her Own: Beyond a
allegations in the letter would be halted the retailer’s plans to open in timeline for the effort to study gun ordered off the menu. For more Pretty Picture. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
addressed, and maintained that the a mall where REI, Office Depot and shop regulations, he mentioned the information contact mike@mike- Sanchez Art Center, 1220 Linda Mar
foor.com. Blvd., Pacifica. The Peninsula
city has always followed the law and Road Runner Sports have operated. process to hire a consultant to exam- Women’s Caucus for Art will open
will continue to do so. At the council’s Nov. 13 meeting, ine rules other jurisdictions have put Toastmasters Public Speak ing and this exhibit in celebration of
“The process is going to work Leadership Sk ills Development. Women’s History Month. Runs
Bill Ortiz, vice president of compli- in place and gather input from com- Noon to 1 p.m. BKF Engineers, 255 through March 25. For more infor-
itself through,” he said, adding that ance at Turner’s Outdoorsman, said munity members could take months. Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood mation call (408) 896-2346.
future public hearings, study sessions Shores. Learn to improve your com-
the company had already taken out a Collins said he was content to let the munication and leadership skills. For PAL Lights and Sirens Dinner. 5
and other community gatherings to 10-year lease and invested more than process the council set forth last fall more information call (202) 390- p.m. to 9 p.m. San Mateo Event
be held in the coming months are $125,000 to make improvements on play out to examine the implications 7555. Center, 2495 S. Delaware St. (Gate
13), San Mateo. Money raised goes to
expected to inform the process gun the space after following San Carlos of stores selling guns and ammuni- Creative Cafe: Coloring for Adults. youth programming in San Mateo.
retailers hoping to operate in the city requirements for businesses selling tion. 12:30 p.m. 840 W. Orange Ave., South Western night. $175 and up. For
should follow. “It allows us to have a San Francisco. De-stress and enjoy more information call 522-7713.
guns. He went on to encourage coun- “I think they call for a little bit friendly conversation. For more
process to figure out how we want to cilmembers to think about the possi- higher level of review and that’s real- information contact Live Band Studio Music Mix Class.
treat gun stores in the future.” valle@plsinfo.org. 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Midpen Media
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sAles - Telemarketing and Inside Sales ing on the petition in the following news-
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per print and web advertising and event fiCtitious business nAme San Mateo Daily Journal
marketing solutions. To apply, please call stAtement #276177 Filed: 1/22/2018
650-344-5200 and send resume to The following person is doing business /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
info@smdailyjournal.com
as: Bar Press, 645 Main St., HALF Judge of the Superior Court
203 public notices 203 public notices books
MOON BAY, CA 94019. Registered Dated: 1/19/2018 ing on the petition in the following news- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- JAmes pAtterson hardback books.
sodexo AViAtion Job fAir Owner: The Press Grilled Cheese, Inc., (Published 1/30/18, 2/6/18, 2/13/18,
FEB. 25th, 26th, 27th and Mar. 1st &3rd paper of general circulation: ing on the petition in the following news- 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861
CA. The business is conducted by a Cor- 2/20/18) San Mateo Daily Journal paper of general circulation:
at the Double Tree Hotel
San Francisco Airport 835 Airport Blvd. poration. The registrants commenced to Filed: 1/23/2018 San Mateo Daily Journal niCholAs spArks hardback books.
Burlingame, Ca 94010 transact business under the FBN on N/A. /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ Filed: 2/6/2018 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861
How to Apply: On PC or Laptop, Go To: /s/Julia Paige/ Judge of the Superior Court /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
Dated: 1/23/2018 Judge of the Superior Court QuAlity books used and rare. World
www.SodexoUsa.com This statement was filed with the Asses- & US History and classic American nov-
and complete the STEPS: sor-County Clerk on 1/3/2018. (Publish- order to show CAuse for (Published 1/30/18, 2/6/18, 2/13/18, Dated: 2/6/2018
ChAnge of nAme (Published 2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18, els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/20/18)
sr. finAnCe mgr., for solid waste/re-
CASE# 18CIV00313 3/6/18)
2/6/18, 2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18). SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, the hAlo Forerunner saga. 3 books.
cycling agency. Budgeting, financial pro- Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587
jections, review of third-party contractors, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
rate-setting, benefits administration, fiCtitious business nAme 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, V.logVinoV, unusuAl Journey to the
bond oversight, insurance, capital project REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 order to show CAuse for Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
stAtement #276511 PETITION OF ChAnge of nAme
order to show CAuse for
cost control. The following person is doing business ChAnge of nAme sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695
https://rethinkwaste.org/about/about- Carolyn Ninon Morales CASE# 18CIV00538
as: 1)Rebecca Snowball 2)Coach Dean TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, CASE# 18CIV00534
us/employment-opportunities
Sports, 806 Coleman Avenue, Apt. 8, Petitioner: Carolyn Ninon Morales filed a COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, 294 baby stuff
MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Registered 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
petition with this court for a decree 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
127 elderly Care Owner: Yoga Soul, Inc., CA. The busi- changing name as follows: REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
fisher-priCe heAlthy Care booster
seat - $5 (650)592-5864.
ness is conducted by a Corporation. The Present Name: Carolyn Ninon Morales PETITION OF
Alexander Thomas Boyd PETITION OF
registrants commenced to transact busi- Proposed Name: Carolyn Ninon Adams
fAmily resourCe ness under the FBN on Jan. 31, 2018.
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Jose Saul Ortiz
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
295 Art
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons Petitioner: Alexander Thomas Boyd filed
guide /s/Rebecca Snowball/
interested in this matter shall appear be- a petition with this court for a decree Petitioner: Jose Saul Ortiz filed a petition brushed finish, 15" X 20" frame
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s This statement was filed with the Asses- changing name as follows: with this court for a decree changing holds 18 various size photos. Never
sor-County Clerk on 1/31/2018. (Publish- fore this court at the hearing indicated Present Name: Alexander Thomas Boyd name as follows:
twice-a-week resource guide for below to show cause, if any, why the pe- used. $20. 650-369-2486.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Proposed Name: Alexandra Faith Boyd Present Name: Jose Saul Ortiz
children and families. tition for change of name should not be Proposed Name: Saul Ortiz
2/6/18, 2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18). 296 Appliances
every tuesday & weekend granted. Any person objecting to the THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
name changes described above must file interested in this matter shall appear be- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
Look for it in today’s paper to a written objection that includes the rea- fore this court at the hearing indicated interested in this matter shall appear be- Air Conditioner 10000 BTU w/re-
fiCtitious business nAme sons for the objection at least two court mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
find information on family below to show cause, if any, why the pe- fore this court at the hearing indicated
stAtement #276463 days before the matter is scheduled to tition for change of name should not be brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
resources in the local area, below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
The following person is doing business be heard and must appear at the hearing granted. Any person objecting to the tition for change of name should not be 0898
including childcare. as: Redwood Family Chiropractic, 1219 to show cause why the petition should name changes described above must file granted. Any person objecting to the
Arguello St, REDWOOD CITY, CA not be granted. If no written objection is a written objection that includes the rea- name changes described above must file Air Conditioner, Portable, 14,000
94063. Registered Owner: Christopher timely filed, the court may grant the peti- sons for the objection at least two court a written objection that includes the rea- BTU, Commercial Cool model
Herrera, same address. The business is tion without a hearing. A hearing on the days before the matter is scheduled to sons for the objection at least two court CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces-
203 public notices conducted by an Individual. The regis- petition shall be held on 03/08/18 at 9 be heard and must appear at the hearing days before the matter is scheduled to sories plus remote included.
trants commenced to transact business a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, to show cause why the petition should be heard and must appear at the hearing 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO.
fiCtitious business nAme Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this not be granted. If no written objection is to show cause why the petition should (650)345-1835
under the FBN on 01/31/2013. timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
stAtement #276459 /s/Christopher Herrera/ Order to Show Cause shall be published not be granted. If no written objection is
at least once each week for four succes- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the timely filed, the court may grant the peti- Coffee mAker $15.00 white, Kitchen
The following person is doing business This statement was filed with the Asses- petition shall be held on 03/9/18 at 9
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533-
as: Empire Court Apartments, 2100 For- sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- ing on the petition in the following news- a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, 0907
est View, HILLSBOROUGH, CA 94010. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this petition shall be held on 03/20/18 at 9
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, paper of general circulation: a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
Registered Owners: 1)Emma E. Castro, 2/6/18, 2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18). San Mateo Daily Journal Order to Show Cause shall be published ColemAn lxe Roadtrip Grill -
at least once each week for four succes- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
same address 2)Nancy Chaudoir, 828 Filed: 1/25/2018 sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Order to Show Cause shall be published Red Brand New! (still in box) $100
W. Santa Inez, Hillsborough, CA 94010 /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ at least once each week for four succes- (650)918-9847
fiCtitious business nAme ing on the petition in the following news-
3)Renee C. Ortiz, 315 Arden Road, Hills- Judge of the Superior Court paper of general circulation: sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
stAtement #276629 Dated: 1/24/2018 ing on the petition in the following news- eleCtriC stoVe From Sears
borough, CA 94010. The business is San Mateo Daily Journal Excellent Condition $225
The following person is doing business (Published 1/30/18, 2/6/18, 2/13/18, Filed: 2/6/2018 paper of general circulation:
conducted by Copartners. The regis- as: Perfect Nails, 400 Walnut Street 2/20/18) San Mateo Daily Journal Please Call (650)244-9267
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
trants commenced to transact business Suite D, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Judge of the Superior Court Filed: 2/5/2018
under the FBN on 2/27/2012. /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ good miCrowAVe 1100 watt $40 Da-
Registered Owner: Tina Thanh Nguyen, Dated: 2/2/2018 ly City (415) 231-4825.
/s/Nancy Chaudoir/ 2135 Little Orchard Street Spc 14, San (Published 2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18, Judge of the Superior Court
This statement was filed with the Asses- Jose, CA 95125. The business is con- 3/6/18) Dated: 2/2/2018 hotpoint heAVy Duty Dryer excellent
sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- order to show CAuse for (Published 2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18, working condition Burlingame $50 Call
ducted by an Individual. The registrants ChAnge of nAme 3/6/18)
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal commenced to transact business under Dan (408)656-0958
CASE# 18CIV00250
1/30/18, 2/6/18, 2/13/18, 2/20/18). the FBN on 2/1/18. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, mAytAg wAsher excellent working
/s/Tina Nguyen/ COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, order to show CAuse for condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
This statement was filed with the Asses- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, ChAnge of nAme (408)656-0958
fiCtitious business nAme sor-County Clerk on 2/12/2018. (Publish- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 CASE# 18CIV00554 order to show CAuse for
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, PETITION OF SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, ChAnge of nAme mfg h20lAbs Model 300 exc cond
stAtement #276452 Vsevolod V Yakhontov COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, CASE# 18CIV00815
The following person is doing business 2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18, 3/6/18). counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
as: Quaintance Consulting, 770 Berkeley Petitioner: Vsevolod V Yakhontov filed a REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, refrigerAtor for Sale very good
Ave, MENLO PARK, CA 94025. Regis- fiCtitious business nAme petition with this court for a decree PETITION OF 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, condition asking only $99 (650)520-4650
tered Owner: Filmore Search Group Inc., stAtement #276605 changing name as follows: Kendall Sue Turner REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
Present Names: TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: PETITION OF room heAter Electric 1320 Watts, Ar-
CA. The business is conducted by a The following person is doing business Petitioner: Kendall Sue Turner filed a pe- vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5.
1)Vsevolod V Yakhontov Lusia Longaifale Brouwer
Corporation. The registrants com- as: FutureBrand Speck, 1 Twin Dolphin tition with this court for a decree chang- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: (650)952-3500
2)Vsevolod Sokira-Yakhontov
menced to transact business under the Drive, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94065. Proposed Name: Vsevolod Yakhontov ing name as follows: Petitioner: Lusia Longaifale Brouwer filed
FBN on 1/26/18. Registered Owner: Speck Product De- Present Name: Kendall Sue Turner a petition with this court for a decree sewing mAChine-royAl XL 6000
/s/Christopher Quaintance/ sign, LLC, DE. The business is conduct- Proposed Name: Kendall Sue Gebhardt changing name as follows: Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons (650)342-8436.
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed by a Limited Liability Company. The interested in this matter shall appear be- Present Name:
sor-County Clerk on 1/26/2018. (Publish- registrants commenced to transact busi- fore this court at the hearing indicated THE COURT ORDERS that all persons Lusia Longaifale Brouwer
interested in this matter shall appear be- Proposed Name: showtime rotisserie used once
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal ness under the FBN on N/A. below to show cause, if any, why the pe- $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
/s/Robert Dobson/ tition for change of name should not be fore this court at the hearing indicated Lusia Longaifale Brouwer Tauheluhelu
1/30/18, 2/6/18, 2/13/18, 2/20/18). below to show cause, if any, why the pe- message.
This statement was filed with the Asses- granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above must file tition for change of name should not be THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
sor-County Clerk on 2/8/2018. (Publish- granted. Any person objecting to the singer sewing Machine. Good condi-
a written objection that includes the rea- interested in this matter shall appear be-
fiCtitious business nAme ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, name changes described above must file fore this court at the hearing indicated
tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call
2/13/18, 2/20/18, 2/27/18, 3/6/18). sons for the objection at least two court (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm.
stAtement #2764458 days before the matter is scheduled to a written objection that includes the rea- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
The following person is doing business be heard and must appear at the hearing sons for the objection at least two court tition for change of name should not be smith CoronA typewriter and table
to show cause why the petition should days before the matter is scheduled to granted. Any person objecting to the M120 $25 (650)888-9314
as: Busy Doodle Bugs, 1708 Toledo Ave, fiCtitious business nAme be heard and must appear at the hearing name changes described above must file
BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registered stAtement #276636 not be granted. If no written objection is
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- to show cause why the petition should a written objection that includes the rea- unitAp stAndArd centerset bath-
Owner: Tiffany Padilla, same address. The following person is doing business tion without a hearing. A hearing on the not be granted. If no written objection is sons for the objection at least two court room chrome faucet, complete, $10,
The business is conducted by an Indi- as: Luna Bazaar, 830 2nd Ave, RED- petition shall be held on 03/08/18 at 9 timely filed, the court may grant the peti- days before the matter is scheduled to (650)595-3933
vidual. The registrants commenced to WOOD CITY, CA 94063. Registered tion without a hearing. A hearing on the be heard and must appear at the hearing
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, petition shall be held on 03/22/18 at 9
transact business under the FBN on Owner: Asian Import Store, Inc., CA. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this to show cause why the petition should VACuum CleAner (reconditioned)
The business is conducted by a Corpora- a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, not be granted. If no written objection is $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
1/29/18. Order to Show Cause shall be published Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
/s/Tiffany Padilla/ tion. The registrants commenced to at least once each week for four succes- western wAshboArd Sales made
Order to Show Cause shall be published tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
This statement was filed with the Asses- transact business under the FBN on N/A. sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- at least once each week for four succes- of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
petition shall be held on 04/03/18 at 9
sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- /s/John Chen/ a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, $75. phone 650-369-2486.
This statement was filed with the Asses- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal sor-County Clerk on 2/12/18. (Published whirlpool wAsher DRYER, GE
1/30/18, 2/6/18, 2/13/18, 2/20/18). Order to Show Cause shall be published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/13/18, at least once each week for four succes- Refrigerator all working and in good con-

fiCtitious business nAme


stAtement #276462
2/20/18, 2/27/18, 3/6/18).

fiCtitious business nAme


legAl notiCes sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
ing on the petition in the following news-
paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal
dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240.
whirlpool-dryer gAs Coin Oper-
ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or
(650)302-2456
The following person is doing business
as: Sam’s Cleaning Services, 1000 Fos-
stAtement #276722
The following person is doing business
Fictitious Business Name Statements, Filed: 2/16/2018
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
ter City Blvd. Apt 7311, FOSTER CITY, as: The Art Genie, 3030 Canyon Rd, Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, Judge of the Superior Court whirlpool-dryer gAs Coin Oper-
ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or
BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registered Dated: 2/16/2018
CA 94404. Registered Owner: Luiz Ri-
cardo Samia, same address. The busi- Owner: Audrey May Hart Sirk, same ad- Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, (Published 2/20/18, 2/27/18, 3/6/18, (650)302-2456

ness is conducted by an Individual. The dress. The business is conducted by an Notice of Public Sales and More. 3/13/18)
registrants commenced to transact busi- Individual. The registrants commenced 297 bicycles
to transact business under the FBN on
ness under the FBN on 1/29/2018. FEB. 16, 2018. Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. Adult bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
/s/Luiz Ricardo Samia/ /s/Audrey May Hart Sirk/ loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2018. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/16/18. (Published
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 210 lost & found bmx mongoose Outer Limit Bike,
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/20/18, Email them to: ads@smdailyjournal.com lost CAt. Black and White. Black
looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933
1/30/18, 2/6/18, 2/13/18, 2/20/18). 2/27/18, 3/6/18, 3/13/18). patch on right eye. REWARD. Child’s sChwinn biCyCle, blue in
Call (323) 439-7713. good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
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297 Bicycles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 309 Office Equipment 312 Pets & Animals 340 Camera & Photo Equip.
NEw 12" girls bike w/ training wheels ANTIqUE MOHAGANY Bookcase. Four ORNATE MAHOGANY headboard with 1950’S BURROUGHS elec. adding ma- PET CARRIER for small dog or cat in ex- OMEGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. gold trim $60. (650)589-0764 chine. $30. 650-888-9314. cellent condition $30. Claudia (650) 349- struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
mes 6059 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
ARMCHAIR GOOD condition $55. RETRO HUTCH Needs refinishing other- LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new.
(650)266-3184 wise good condition. Top detaches from Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. PET TAxI Animal Carrier. Brand: Delux vIvITAR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
298 Collectibles BEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
bottom $25. (650)712-9962 Nature Miracle - Excellent Condition for original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
(650) 315-2319 SEwING STORAGE cabinet, Custom
310 Misc. For Sale $25. Call (650)349-6059. (650)583-6636
80’S TOPS Complete Factory Set All
Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. made wood perfect condition $75. PETMATE COMPASS Dog Crate used
BUNK BEDS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 (650)483-1222 500-600 BIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
only 1 week $40. (650)872-2244. 345 Medical Equipment
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
A-TEAM FIGURINES Plus Jeep $20 B/O (650)685-2494
(650)591-9769 San Carlos SOFABED, vELOUR, tan, Excellent CHAIR-MEDICAL RECLINER,
condition. $75. (808)631-1365. BESSY SMALL Evening Hand Bag With New Beige Leather, Custom made.
LENNOx RED Rose, Unused, hand
CARPET RUNNER: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col- Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 316 Clothes (650)455-1501 or (650)952-0796.
or: floral design. good condition SOLID wOOD Dining table with exten-
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, $45.00. (650)266-3184 BIFOLD SHUTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. sion great piece great condition black 5 BOxES male & female square dance HOMEDICS DUAL Shiatsu Massage
$80 (650)364-5263 (650)544-5306 clothing. Excellent Condition. As a Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162
COMMODE, GOOD condition. $20 obo. bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
MILLER LITE Neon sign , work good Please call (650)745-6309 BOBBY HULL Hockey Game Great
SOLID wOOD Entertainment Center-
$59 call (650)218-6528
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
Cont. ,1960’s $50 (415)269-4784
DAwGS BRAND Kaymann black and
Garage Sales
COMPUTER DESK For sale $99 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
STAR wARS Action figure: Qui-Gon (650)520-4650 CAPTEL PHONE Message on it’s white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25
Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o screen. Like new used twice $25 (650)369-2486
Steve (650)518-6614. COMPUTER SwIvEL CHAIR. Padded (925)482-5742 (650)871-8907 MUSIC STORE
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
TABLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not
FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
color in excellent condition 3/4
Closing FINAL DAYS!
299 Computers DESK, GD. cond. $99.99 or b.o. Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost Guts $500 (415)269-4784 length $50 (650)692-8012
RECORDABLE CD-R 74, Sealed, Unop-
(650)458-3578 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 Warehouse
COSTCO PLAY Pen with travel bag. GENUINE LADIES Mink Fur Jacket,
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, TwIN BED frame-black wrought iron Used once $35 (650)591-2981 $50.00 Call: (650)368-0748.
Now Open to Public!
(650) 578 9208 DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan- GOLF SHOES FootJoy, brown and white
(650) 756-9516.Daly City.
TwIN BED, mattress, box spring, frame sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 Mon-Fri 10:30-6 Sat 10-6
300 Toys $ 50. (650)598-9804.
saddle, 91/2, like new, $15; (650)591-
Sun 10-4
DINING TABLE (36"x54") and 4 match- 9769
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for LIONEL wESTERN Union Pass car and
“GAMBINA” SCARLETT O’Hara doll. USED BEDROOM Furniture, FREE. Call dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
$250 .(650)-654-1930. GOLF SHOES, FootJoy, black & white
$25. 650-888-9314. (650)573-7381. saddle, 91/2, good condition, $5; EVERYTHING PRICED
LOREx 14” B&W Surveillance System
LARGE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each DRESSER 4-DRAwER in Belmont for wALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407- (650)591-9769 TO GO NOW!
$75. Good condition; good for children.
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
Call (650)678-8585
lines. Breaks down for transportation. 2360 RWC loction.
KAYANO MEN’S Running shoes size 11 NO REASONABLE
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message
ROLLERBLADES, GOOD condition. LUGGAGE, RED, 21" NEW Samsonite good condition $20 (650)520-7045 OFFER REFUSED!
Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- ENTERTAINMENT CENTER for $50. wALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000
6309 Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. LADIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL,
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 Liquidation of all
(650)726-4102
STAR wARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader wARDROBE CLOSET with beveled NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, new instruments;
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 FREE wOODEN Bed frame, good condi- door mirror $100 or B/Offer. (650)589-
tion pictures available (650)322-9598 0764
& France Lames 5 epee blade $95 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 guitars, digital pianos,
(415)260-6940 (650) 578-9208
302 Antiques email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net keyboards, drums,
wOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x POwERTEL PHONE for hard of hearing. NEw wITH tags Wool or cotton Men's band & orchestra
FULL SIzE Mattress Sealy Posterior, 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 Like new used 1 month. $20. (650)871-
MAHOGANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk, very good condition $75 email: pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each Plus all rental &
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- 8907 (650)952-3466
ycsm2033@aol.com wOOD-GRAIN LAMINATE Kitchen table
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. 3’x4’ plus 1’ leaf, 2 chairs. Photo availa- used gear, PA, lighting,
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artillery on a daily basis.
BEIRUT — Turkey warned the Syrian gov-
Turkey’s foreign minister, speaking at a
ernment Monday against entering the
news conference in Amman, Jordan, said
Kurdish-controlled enclave in northern
Turkey would have no problem if Syrian
Syria where a major Turkish military offen-
government forces were entering Afrin to
sive is underway, saying it would hit back at
clear the area from YPG fighters, but that it
the troops if their goal is to protect the
would strike back if it turns out the deploy-
Kurdish fighters.
ment was meant to shore up the Kurds
The warning sets up a potential clash against Turkey.
between Turkish troops and Syrian govern- “If the regime is entering to protect the
ment forces backed by Russia and Iran, YPG, then no one can stop us, stop Turkey
whose deployment would be a first step or the Turkish soldiers,” Mevlut Cavusoglu
toward restoring President Bashar Assad’s said.
presence along the border with Turkey. Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bekir
The warning by the Turkish foreign min- Bozdag later denied the Syrian state media
ister came shortly after Syrian state media reports, saying they were “false” and had
said pro-government forces would enter “not been confirmed by authorities.” He
Afrin “within hours” to “bolster” local added, however, that any move to protect
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forces in confronting Turkey’s “aggres- the Kurdish fighters would be a “disaster”
sion” after reaching an agreement with the Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army fighters are seen near the city of Afrin, Syria.
for the region.
Kurdish militia known as the People’s Afrin since they pulled out of most of north- But depending on the details of the agree- Turkey has supported rebels fighting to
Protection Units, or YPG, which controls ern Syria in 2012, as nation-wide protests ment, it may also serve to defuse the situa- overthrow Assad throughout the seven-year
Afrin. against Assad transformed into a civil war. tion in Afrin, where Turkey has been strug- civil war, but in recent years has focused
Details of the deal were not announced by A return to the area, where a potent mix of gling to achieve results in its now month- more on trying to contain the Kurds.
either side, and Kurdish officials said talks regional and international powers have long offensive to push back YPG fighters Government troops deployed along its bor-
were still underway. By nightfall, no troops boots on the ground, could further compli- from its borders. ders, at this point, may be more palatable
had entered Afrin. cate the situation and lead to unwanted con- Ankara considers the YPG a “terrorist for Ankara than the continued presence of
Assad’s troops have had no presence in frontations. group” linked to the Kurdish insurgency the powerful YPG.

Oxfam says staff intimidated witnesses in Haiti sex scandal


By Danica Kirka tions that seven employees used prostitutes takes and discuss what more we can do, British government on Friday suspended
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on the charity’s property while working in including for the women affected by these new funding to Oxfam’s British affiliate.
Haiti after the 2010 earthquake that devas- events.” Oxfam Great Britain received 31.7 million
LONDON — Oxfam workers suspected of tated the country. Simon Ticehurst, Oxfam director for Latin pounds ($43.8 million) from the govern-
sexual misconduct in Haiti intimidated and “We are making this exceptional publica- America and the Caribbean, met Monday ment in the 12 months through March 31,
threatened a witness as the charity investi- tion because we want to be as transparent as with Haiti’s external planning minister and 2017, or about 8 percent of its revenue.
gated the original claims, according to the possible about the decisions we made dur- other officials. Ticehurst said he had shared Oxfam’s report shows the investigation
organization’s report on the internal inquiry. ing this particular investigation and in the report and expressed “our shame and was triggered by an email alleging that staff
The findings were part of a previously recognition of the breach of trust that has apologies to the Haitian government and to members in Haiti had violated the organiza-
confidential report released by Oxfam on been caused,” the charity said in a state- the Haitian people.” tion’s code of conduct by using prostitutes
Monday as the charity responds to newspa- ment. “We are also meeting with the gov- Publication of the report comes as Oxfam in Oxfam guesthouses and engaging in
per stories suggesting it covered up allega- ernment of Haiti to apologize for our mis- seeks to move past the scandal after the fraud, nepotism and negligence.