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Tuesday • Feb 26, 2019 • XIX, Edition 159 www.smdailyjournal.com

Man arrested for fatal arson

San Mateo police believe incident was gang-related
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT South Humboldt Street in they feel it might give them credibility. and then surveillance footage captured the
the early morning hours Susana Tonga was identified as the victim license plate of a vehicle leaving the scene.
An East Palo Alto man was arrested for of Tuesday, Feb. 19, said and it seems Tau was allegedly targeting a The car allegedly belonged to Tau’s sister
gang-related arson in North Central San San Mateo police different person who lived in the home, and an investigation led police to a home
Mateo last week that killed an 85-year-old spokesman Officer Haobsh said. Fire crews evacuated four peo- on the 2300 block of Oakwood Drive in
grandmother and displaced others. Michael Haobsh. ple from the residence and two additional East Palo Alto.
The suspect is Fifita Ponifasio Tau, 26, Haobsh added that people from the detached garage. At 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, the North
and police believe he was targeting a rival detectives aren’t releas- Investigators determined arson to be the Central Regional SWAT team served multi-
gang member when he allegedly set fire to a ing the names of the cause of the fire when they found an acceler-
single-family home on the 100 block of Fifita Tau involved gangs because ant near the front of the home, Haobsh said, See TAU, Page 19

Artist’s rendering of the proposed building

at 2 Davis Drive in Belmont.

Office plan
in Belmont
Four-story, 71,000-square-foot
building pitched for 2 Davis Drive
By Zachary Clark

The city of Belmont has received a pro-

posal to demolish a warehouse, rezone the
parcel and build a new research and develop-
ment office building on the site.
The project is entering the environmental
review phase, for which the City Council
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL are set to select consultant LSA Associates
Victoria Asfour, an outreach case manager for LifeMoves, walks with her manager, Marc Sabin, along the Caltrain tracks in downtown San Mateo. at a meeting Feb. 26. According to a staff
Asfour is part of a team of outreach case managers who each work with 17 to 20 homeless individuals toward a goal of living in long-term report, an environmental impact report is
housing. The 31-year-old San Mateo resident said her daily schedule shifts significantly depending on the clients she’s working with, noting necessary because the applicant’s traffic
trips to the DMV or to a government agency to access benefits can be challenging for them. See OFFICE, Page 19

Providing hope for the homeless San Bruno City Council

LifeMoves case manager aims to meet clients where they are considers pursuing tax
By Anna Schuessler days early, visiting spots in San Mateo and ing schedule for some, the 31-year-old San Officials pursue poll for measure
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Burlingame where she knows many home- Mateo resident keeps her focus on the goal needed to address limited budget
less people spend the night and checking in she and her fellow LifeMoves case managers
with them to see how they are doing. But set with nearly 100 homeless individuals By Austin Walsh
Whether it’s accompanying police offi-
sometimes her days start with meeting them throughout the county — to return them to DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
cers to a rapid response call or waiting at the
DMV to help someone get an ID card, it at appointments with a government hous- long-term housing.
seems as though no two days in Victoria ing agency or the Social Security office, “Every day can be like busy, busy, busy or San Bruno officials are considering float-
Asfour’s work as an outreach case manager other times connecting them with medical just busy,” she said. “It’s never the same … ing a sales tax measure which advocates
for LifeMoves are alike. professionals so they can receive health even when you have a schedule, it changes.” suggest may be needed to bolster a city
Based at the Vendome at 415 Second Ave. care. budget spread too thin to finance a variety
in downtown San Mateo, Asfour begins her Though it may seem like an overwhelm- See ASFOUR, Page 18 See TAX, Page 18
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Thought for the Day

“Only the mediocrities of life hide behind
the alibi ‘in conference.’ The great of this
earth are not only simple but accessible.”
— Isaac Frederick Marcosson, American journalist

This Day in History

The United States and Panama pro-

1904 claimed a treaty under which the U.S.

agreed to undertake efforts to build a
ship canal across the Panama isthmus.
In  1 6 1 6 , astronomer Galileo Galilei met with a Roman
Inquisition official, Cardinal Robert Bellarmine, who
ordered him to abandon the “heretical” concept of heliocen-
trism, which held that the earth revolved around the sun,
instead of the other way around.
In  1 8 1 5 , Napoleon Bonaparte escaped from exile on the
Island of Elba and headed back to France in a bid to regain
In  1 8 2 9 ,   Levi Strauss, whose company manufactured the
first blue jeans, was born in Buttenheim, Bavaria, Germany.
In 1 9 1 7 , President Woodrow Wilson signed a congression-
al act establishing Mount McKinley National Park (now
Denali National Park) in the Alaska Territory.
In 1 9 1 9 , President Woodrow Wilson signed a congression-
al act establishing Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.
In  1 9 2 9 , President Calvin Coolidge signed a measure
establishing Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. REUTERS
In 1 9 5 2 , Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced that Rami Malek, winner of the Best Actor award for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ opens a bottle of Champagne.
Britain had developed its own atomic bomb.
In 1 9 8 4 , the last U.S. Marines deployed to Beirut as part of
an international peacekeeping force withdrew from the In other news ...
Lebanese capital. believe after Jacsun Manson’s death, lated underage girls
In  1 9 8 7 ,   the Tower Commission, which probed the Iran- Turtle disaster? 100-pound the couple discarded his body in a trash and women and held
Contra affair, issued a report rebuking President Ronald tortoise missing in New Mexico container near Crenshaw Mall in Los some as virtual
Reagan for failing to control his national security staff. ROSWELL, N.M. — A New Mexico Angeles. slaves. Kelly has
In 1 9 9 3 , a truck bomb built by Islamic extremists explod- woman is on a desperate hunt for her Police and volunteers are searching consistently denied
ed in the parking garage of the North Tower of New York’s disappearing pet that can’t run fast and El Sobrante Landfill in the city of any sexual miscon-
World Trade Center, killing six people and injuring more Corona, where Jacsun’s body may duct, and he was
can’t be missed — a 100-pound tor-
than 1,000 others. have ended up. acquitted of child
KOB-TV reports Dusty the Turtle Both parents are in custody on unre- pornography
Birthdays went missing earlier this month in
Roswell, New Mexico after strong
lated charges. They’re expected to be
arrested on suspicion of murder in the
R. Kelly charges in 2008.
Attorney Michael
winds knocked open a gate that housed death of the child. Avenatti, who said he represents two
him. Kelly accusers, said his legal team
Shana Emmert, who was pet sitting R. Kelly leaves jail after gave prosecutors a second video
Dusty for her niece, says she believes posting $100K in sex abuse case Monday that shows Kelly sexually
the turtle strolled away from the back- abusing a minor. Avenatti previously
yard and into the desert during the wind CHICAGO — R. Kelly walked out of gave prosecutors video evidence that
storm. a Chicago jail Monday after posting he said showed Kelly having sex with
According to Emmert’s neighbors, $100,000 bail that allows him to go an underage girl.
the 100-pound Dusty was last spotted free while awaiting trial on charges Avenatti said the second video
near Berrendo Creek in Roswell and that he sexually abused four people involves a 14-year-old girl. He said
Singer Michael President of Turkey, Actress Taylor dating back to 1998, including three
hasn’t been seen since. the footage from 1999 or 2000 is
Bolton is 66. Recep Tayyip Dooley is 26. underage girls.
The family is offering a $500 reward about 55 minutes long, but he did not
Erdogan, is 65. Hours earlier, the R&B star pleaded say if it was the same 14-year-old girl
for the turtle’s safe return.
Game show host Tom Kennedy is 92. Country-rock musi- not guilty to the allegations after seen in the first video he turned over to
cian Paul Cotton (Poco) is 76. Actor-director Bill Duke is 76. Police search California landfill spending the weekend behind bars. He the authorities.
Singer Mitch Ryder is 74. Actress Marta Kristen (TV: “Lost in said little during the brief arraignment, “The conduct in the tape can be
Space”) is 74. Rock musician Jonathan Cain (Journey) is 69. for body of missing infant telling the judge only his name. His described as nothing short of outra-
Actor Greg Germann is 61. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., is 61. CULVER CITY — Authorities are lawyers spoke on his behalf. geous, illegal. It leaves no question as
Bandleader John McDaniel is 58. Actor-martial artist Mark searching a Southern California land- The singer-songwriter was arrested to Mr. Kelly’s guilt,” Avenatti said.
Dacascos is 55. Actress Jennifer Grant is 53. Rock musician fill for the body of a missing infant Friday on 10 counts of aggravated sex- Avenatti said he is aware of a third
Tim Commerford (Audioslave) is 51. Singer Erykah Badu is and have issued arrest warrants for the ual abuse. A judge set bond at $1 mil- tape, but he did not provide details.
48. Actor Maz Jobrani (TV: “Superior Donuts”) is 47. boy’s parents. lion, meaning Kelly had to post 10 Defense attorney Steve Greenberg
Rhythm-and-blues singer Rico Wade (Society of Soul) is 47. Culver City police said Monday that percent of that amount to be released. reiterated at a news conference that
Olympic gold medal swimmer Jenny Thompson is 46. investigators believe Adam Manson He will be forbidden from having any Kelly has done nothing wrong and said
Rhythm-and-blues singer Kyle Norman (Jagged Edge) is 44. and Kianna Williams are responsible contact with females younger than 18. no one has shown him any evidence to
Actor Greg Rikaart is 42. Rock musician Chris Culos (O.A.R.) for the death and disappearance of their The recording artist has been trailed the contrary.
is 40. Rhythm-and-blues singer Corinne Bailey Rae is 40. 6-month-old son. Investigators for decades by allegations that he vio-
Country singer Rodney Hayden is 39.
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
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Feb. 23 Super Lotto Plus 8 8 0 Lows in the lower to mid 50s.
15 21 23 26 34 18 Thurs day :  Partly cloudy. A slight chance of showers.
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No contest plea in stepdaughter sex case Police reports
She’s not kidding today
Unincorporated Redwood City man, 50, facing 42 years to life in prison A woman who left her car running on
South Delaware Street in San Mateo
By Anna Schuessler daughter on multiple to 1996, pleaded no contest to continuous
occasions and orally child molestation and child molestation for when she went into a day care to pick
copulated his 8-year-old his crimes against the 13-year-old girl and her kids up had her car stolen, it was
stepdaughter, among two counts of child molestation for a child rep o rt ed at 5 : 2 0 p . m. Wedn es day,
A 50-year-old man accused of molesting Feb. 6.
his 8-year-old and 13-year-old stepdaugh- other sexual abuses of under 10 years old for his crimes against the
ters is facing 42 years to life in prison after both girls. Prosecutors 8-year-old, according to prosecutors.
said the alleged abuses, In custody on $9.5 million bail, Ramirez
he pleaded no contest Monday to four
which are said to have will next appear in court April 10 for sen-
felony counts of child molestation, accord-
took place between June tencing, according to prosecutors. Vandal i s m. Someone pried open mailbox-
ing to the San Mateo County District
of 2015 and August of Chase noted his client pleaded to fewer es at an O’Farrell Street location, it was
Attorney’s Office. Rodimiro
2017, came to light counts than he was originally charged with, reported at 12:39 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6.
According to his defense attorney Steve Ramirez Theft. Someone was caught shoplifting
Chase, Rodimiro Ramirez, a resident of when Ramirez allegedly and said Ramirez steadfastly denied any of
told a church counselor about his conduct. the crimes involved force. He added Ramirez on Chess Drive and then fled toward Red
unincorporated Redwood City, could be eli- Robin, it was reported at 12:51 p. m.
gible for parole when he is 75 years old The 13-year-old girl, who was allegedly has an adult daughter who was very support-
beaten by Ramirez with a belt when she tried Wednesday, Feb. 6.
under the state’s Elderly Parole Program, ive of him throughout the court proceed-
to stop him, also told her mother about the Theft. Someone took items from a vehicle
which allows inmates who are 60 years old ings. parked at Crunch Fitness on Park Place, it
or older and who have served a minimum of abuses. He allegedly has a 7-year-old step- “It was very difficult for him to accept this
daughter as well, but there is currently no was reported at 1:33 p.m. Wednesday, Feb.
25 years in prison for their current sentence and it was a very emotional plea,” he said. 6.
to be eligible for parole, according to pros- evidence showing he abused her, according
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe hoped Vandal i s m. Someone on a LimeBike ran
ecutors. to prosecutors previously.
Ramirez would never be released from cus- into a car and abandoned the bike on
Ramirez, who has a prior misdemeanor
Ramirez was facing a life sentence on tody given the seriousness of his crimes Hacienda Street, it was reported at 3:49
domestic violence conviction dating back
accusations he raped his 13-year-old step- against two young children. p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6.

Man arrested for lewd acts Local brief

An East Palo Alto man was arrested at his
workplace in Millbrae Monday for sexual had contact with him,
assaults on a child under 10 in 2016, and it allowed him to be around
is believed there might be additional vic- your child or children, or
tims, according to the San Mateo County believe anyone may have
Sheriff’s Office. been victimized to con-
The man, Joaquin Sanchez, 35, is suspect- tact Detective Jose
ed of the assaults on two separate occasions Velasquez at (650) 363-
in unincorporated Redwood City and East 4062 or jvelasquez@smc-
Palo Alto. He was arrested after an investi- gov. org or Detective
gation, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Joaquin Sergeant Joe Cang at
The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone who Sanchez (650) 363-4008 or
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Local briefs
Trio takes plea for
Man arrested after stealing
from Safeway, pushing guard well as the surf line. A Coast Guard helicop-
A 37-year-old man was arrested after fight- ter was requested to assist and located he
ing with a security guard as he tried to flee

San Carlos robbery

man in the water, just south of the light-
with merchandise stolen house. He was unconscious and not breath-
from a Safeway store in ing. Deputies brought him to shore and
Millbrae on Sunday awaiting medical personnel performed CPR
evening, San Mateo but were unable to revive him, according to By Anna Schuessler three and statements of two juveniles with
County sheriff’s officials the Sheriff’s Office. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF them that night, according to prosecutors.
said. The San Mateo County Coroner’s Office is Garcia’s defense attorney Steve Chase
Dylan Slusser was in the process of identifying the man. Three Daly City men accused of robbing a described his client as a bystander in the
arrested after deputies Anyone with information is asked to call teen in a San Carlos park in April are facing incident who got involved with some other
from the Sheriff’s Detective Jerri Cosens at (650) 363-4347 or a range of sentences including prison terms young men who decided to prey upon some-
Dylan Slusser Office’s Millbrae Police the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Anonymous and county jail after they pleaded no contest one.
Bureau responded at 6:08 Tip Line at (800) -547-2700. to felony robbery and assault charges “He’s a hard-working kid, he’s got no
p.m. to a report of a shoplifting incident at Monday, according to the San Mateo record,” he said. “It was just a foolish exer-
the grocery store at 525 El Camino Real. Police seeking man who took County District Attorney’s Office. cise.”
Security guards and a few bystanders had
Slusser detained down the street from the
weapons case from SFO carousel While Justin Peralta, 19, and Adrian In addition to pleading no contest to rob-
Loera, 19, face two years in prison when bery for the San Carlos incident, Peralta
store, and investigators learned he had Police are asking for the public’s help to they appear for sentencing May 14, 20- also took a plea for robbing two employees
taken items from there and pushed the secu- find a suspect who allegedly stole a piece of year-old Jeremiah Garcia was sentenced to of the Century movie theater in The Shops
rity guard multiple times in an attempt to luggage from a carousel 60 days in county jail and three years of at Tanforan July 29 at gunpoint. An arrest
get away, according to the Sheriff’s Office. at San Francisco supervised probation after he pleaded no warrant was out for Peralta when he is
The guard did not suffer any injuries in the International Airport last contest to felony assault, according to pros- believed to have attempted to steal the
altercation, and Slusser was booked into week. ecutors. phone of one of two employees, who gave
county jail on suspicion of robbery. It wasn’t just any lug- The three are believed to have beat a 17- Peralta $63 in cash after he threatened to
gage, however, police year-old and stole his cash, necklace and shoot the victims, according to prosecu-
Man found dead said — it contained a backpack in the Big Canyon Park in San tors.
near Pigeon Point Lighthouse Glock 9 mm pistol, two Carlos April 15. The teen is said to have Acknowledging some believe crimes
magazines, 20 rounds of arranged to purchase four bottles of vodka committed by young people aren’t serious,
Emergency personnel were unable to ammunition, two flash-
revive a man who was found in the waters 30 from a 17-year-old girl through Snapchat District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said what
lights and a holster. earlier in the day, according to prosecutors. Loera, Peralta and Garcia pleaded to Monday
yards off shore just south of the Pigeon Security cameras captured the incident,
Point Lighthouse early Monday morning, The teen had to go far into the park to con- show how dangerous robberies can be, no
which happened Feb. 17 around 1:40 p.m. at duct the sale and was allegedly jumped by matter how old those who commit them are.
according to the San Mateo County the airport’s Terminal 3, according to police.
Sheriff’s Office. the three men, who stole his necklace, “These defendants show that robberies are
Police on Monday released a security cam- iPhone, backpack and $50. Peralta is said to serious no matter what the age level,” he
At about 4:47 a.m., deputies responded to era image of the suspect and are asking any-
the area off Highway 1 on the report of a have punched the teen, who suffered a con- said. “I’m glad we’ve been able to hold all
one with information to contact the police cussion, and said he had a gun, though the three of these men accountable and hopeful-
man heard calling for help. His location was department’s Cargo Theft Task Force at
unknown so deputies scoured the area along gun was never shown or seen, according to ly we can turn their lives in a better direc-
(650) 821-7007 or at sfosfpdcargo@fly- prosecutors previously. tion.”
the highway, the bluffs above the ocean as sfo.com. Loera, Peralta and Garcia were identified as The defense attorneys for Loera and
the three men involved in the incident Peralta could not be immediately reached for
through a lineup, text messages between the comment.

Father and son take plea

for fight with co-worker
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT when they are said to have gotten into an
argument with him about the music they
Two Redwood City men accused of attack- were listening to Aug. 24, according to
ing their 34-year-old co-worker while they prosecutors.
were drinking and partying in front of a The son, Boror, is said to have punched
garage in San Carlos last year pleaded no the victim in the face after they started argu-
contest to felony and misdemeanor charges ing in a garage on Washington Street around
Monday, according to the San Mateo midnight on a Friday. The father,
County District Attorney’s Office. Bororcanel, is believed to have then jumped
Felix Bororcanel, 48, and his son, into the fight, bit the victim’s finger and
Eduardo Boror, 25, were working for Ravella then bit off the top portion of his right ear,
Construction and regularly got together
with their co-worker to drink after work See EAR, Page 19
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State may broaden data privacy law
By Don Thompson other reasonable security measures.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The new legislation would expand a con-
sumer’s right to sue for damages to include
SACRAMENTO — California consumers other violations under the law, even if they
would have more power to sue corporations don’t result in a data breach.
for misusing their data under a proposal by California’s European Union-style priva-
the attorney general Monday to expand what cy law will require companies to tell con-
already is the nation’s most far-reaching law sumers upon request what personal data
protecting personal information. they’ve collected, why it was collected and
The revision to the law passed last year is what categories of third parties have
among several sought by Attorney General received it. It will bar companies from sell-
Xavier Becerra and Santa Barbara Democratic ing data from children younger than 16 with-
PATRICK DIRDEN ON VISUALHUNT state Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson to make it out consent. Customers will also be able to
Researchers say nearly 200,000 people live, work or pass through California’s volcanic hazard easier to enforce once it takes effect on Jan. ask companies to delete their information
zones on a daily basis, and there’s a 16 percent probability of an eruption in the next 30 years. 1, 2020. and refrain from selling it, so violations
“This is basically a bill to enforce the law,” could be subject to individuals’ and class

Study details volcanic Jackson said.

Consumers are able to sue companies that
collect their data if their information is
stolen or disclosed in a data breach, but only
action lawsuits.
The Internet Association’s California gov-
ernment affairs director, Kevin McKinley,
said it opposes the change, “as it would

hazards in California
By John Antczak the Bay Area’s Menlo Park. The observatory
if the company was found to be careless or
negligent. That allows suits if the data was
not encrypted or the company didn’t take
unwind a key piece of the deal that was struck
last year to pass (the law) and to make the law
workable for companies both big and small.”
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS uses an array of sensors to detect signs that
an eruption may be coming. Strong winds, snowy Around the state
LOS ANGELES — Nearly 200,000 people “Our intention with releasing this report weather hit West Coast
live, work or pass through California’s vol- on a statewide level is that it will be a spring- effect in parts of Montana.
canic hazard zones on a daily basis, board to launch site-specific vulnerability RENO, Nev. — A fierce winter storm pack- Winds gusting to 110 mph were recorded
researchers said Monday in a report broadly studies,” she said in a conference call with ing winds in excess of 100 mph and predict- at the summit of the Squaw Valley ski resort
assessing what could be at risk from an erup- reporters. ed to bring as much as 8 feet of snow to the near Lake Tahoe, and up to 84 mph in the
tion. The impacts of an eruption — estimated The research spotlights a natural hazard Sierra Nevada barreled into the West Coast valleys along the Sierra’s eastern front
to have a probability of 16 percent in the that receives less attention than wildfires, on Monday, toppling trucks, triggering where Interstate 580 was closed off and on
next 30 years — would likely extend well earthquakes, floods and landslides that hap- power outages and temporarily closing the between Reno and Carson City.
beyond local areas due to effects on lifeline pen more frequently. The most recent of at major highway near Reno. Two trucks overturned on I-580 and anoth-
utilities spanning power, telecommunica- least 10 eruptions in the past 1,000 years er on nearby U.S. 395 in the Washoe Valley,
occurred at Northern California’s Lassen Up to a foot of snow already had fallen in where one non-life threatening injury was
tions, water and transportation systems, the
Peak from 1914-17. parts of Oregon, forcing school closures reported.
researchers said.
Lassen is one of eight volcanic areas up and delays, and a blizzard warning was in
The study, intended to characterize the
exposure of population, infrastructure, and down the state that are designated as hav-
resources and the economy, was conducted by ing moderate, high or very high threat.
the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation The group includes California’s most icon-
with the California Governor’s Office of ic volcano, snow-capped Mount Shasta,
Emergency Services and the California which towers over the landscape south of the
Geological Survey. Oregon border, and the less-recognizable
“It is a compilation of who and what is Long Valley volcanic region, a 20-by-10-
located in mapped volcano hazard zones,” mile basin left by a cataclysmic explosion
said Margaret Mangan, scientist in charge of
the USGS California Volcano Observatory in
767,000 years ago on the eastern side of
what is now Yosemite National Park.
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In lieu of flowers his family prefers dona- Angeles Oct. 10, 1923,
Marion ‘Marie’ Haslett Adams Obituaries tions to the Salvation Army or Trinity Burlingame resident for
Marion “Marie” Haslett Adams, born May Lutheran Church in Burlingame. 35 years, died Feb. 5,
21, 1924 in Myroe, Limavady, Northern Real, San Mateo, CA 94401, a reception
will follow in the Parish Hall. 2019, in Green Valley,
Ireland, died Feb. 12, Lilo A. Trahan Arizona, at age 95 after a
She married her high
Rangal Herman Yorks Lilo A. Trahan (aka Lieselotte Gockel), brief illness.
born Oct. 14, 1933, died Feb. 17, 2019, in Widowed five year
school sweetheart, John Rangal Herman Yorks, late of Millbrae ago, he is survived by
H. (“Jack” deceased) and San Mateo County resident for 60 plus Millbrae at the age of 85.
Born in Duisburg, his sister Hannah,
Adams and settled in San years, died in Millbrae daughters Joanne and
Mateo.   Marie volun- Feb. 23, 2019. Germany, Lilo grew up in
Salzwedel and Marilee, his son John, granddaughters
teered at Mills Hospital Husband of Beverly Leann and Laura, grandsons Grant and
as a “Pink Lady” for 33 Yorks for 43 years. Dusseldorf. Lilo emigrat-
ed to the U.S. almost 60 Daniel, great-grandson Cameron, nieces
years and logged over Father of Suzanne, Ellen, Laura and Susan, and nephew Rick.
5,000 hours; She retired at 92 from a local Rangal W. (his wife years ago, becoming a
citizen in 1977. Jim and Jean enjoyed their years of retire-
dental practice; loved to travel; and was Mary) and Glenn (his ment in Arizona.
head of the “Kitchen Cabinet” at church. wife Ellene); also his Eventually settling in
San Francisco, working Memorial gifts can be made to First
“Marie was an inspiration to us all and stepchildren Lydia (her Presbyterian Church of Burlingame, 1500
will be missed.” husband Russ), Martha as a hair stylist, Lilo met the late Paul J.
Trahan, and they were married for 50 years. Easton Drive, Burlingame, CA 94010. No
She is survived by siblings Samuel and Dan (his wife Kate). Also survived by services planned. Cremation arranged by
Haslett, Betty Laguna, Essa Irwin, Ivor his grandchildren Corrine, Andrew and Jim; Lilo had a lifelong passion for art and left
behind many beautiful paintings she created Green Valley Mortuary, Green Valley.
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Hillsborough, were named to the dean’s list at Wh e at o n Natal i e Ko eni g , of San Bruno, was
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Around the nation
Supreme Court: Judges
can’t rule from beyond the grave
WASHINGTON — Federal judges can’t rule from beyond
the grave, the Supreme Court said Monday.
The high court said in an unsigned opinion that a federal
court can’t count the vote of a judge who died in a decision
issued after the judge’s death. The justices said “federal
judges are appointed for life, not for eternity.”
The case the court was ruling on involved Judge Stephen
Reinhardt, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the
Ninth Circuit. Reinhardt died on March 29, 2018 but was
listed as the author of a decision issued 11 days after he died.
A note on the decision said that Reinhardt, who was 87
when he died, “fully participated in this case” and that vot-
ing on it, his opinion and opinions written by other judges
were completed and final before his death.
But the Supreme Court said that it was “not aware of any
rule or decision of the Ninth Circuit that renders judges’
votes and opinions immutable at some point in time prior
to their public release.” The justices wrote that “it is gener-
ally understood that a judge may change his or her position
up to the very moment when a decision is released.”
The court said that because Reinhardt was no longer a
judge when the decision in the case was filed, “the Ninth
REUTERS FILE PHOTO Circuit erred in counting him as a member of the majority.”
Skilled worker visas are in doubt as the Trump immigration crackdown widens. “That practice effectively allowed a deceased judge to
exercise the judicial power of the United States after his

Worker visas in doubt as Trump death,” the justices wrote.

United Methodist Church

immigration crackdown widens on edge of breakup over LGBT stand
ST. LOUIS — The United Methodist Church teetered on
the brink of breakup Monday after more than half the dele-
By Matt Sedensky frontal assault on just all aspects of ing for H-1B changes to promote the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS immigration.” hiring of Americans for jobs that gates at an international conference voted to maintain bans
For American businesses, it has a might otherwise go to immigrants. on same-sex weddings and ordination of gay clergy.
NEW YORK — Immigrants with bottom-line impact. Subsequent memos have allowed for Their favored plan, if formally approved, could drive sup-
specialized skills are being denied Link Wilson, an architect who co- greater discretion in denying applica- porters of LGBT inclusion to leave America’s second-
work visas or seeing applications get founded a firm in Bloomington, tions without first requesting addi- largest Protestant denomination.
caught up in lengthy bureaucratic tan- Minnesota, said finding enough qual- tional information from an appli- A final vote on rival plans for the church’s future won’t
gles under federal changes that some ified workers within the U. S. has cant, tossed the deference given to come until Tuesday’s closing session, and the outcome
consider a contradiction to President been a problem for years, in part due people seeking to renew their H-1Bs, remains uncertain. But the preliminary vote Monday
Donald Trump’s promise of a contin- to a shortage of architects. He said and raised concern that the govern- showed that the Traditional Plan, which calls for keeping
ued pathway to the U.S. for the most employers who turn to international ment would revoke work permits for the LGBT bans and enforcing them more strictly, had the
talented foreigners. applicants do so as a last resort, put- the spouses of H-1B holders. One support of 56 percent of the more than 800 delegates attend-
Though getting what’s known as an ting up with legal fees and ever- order restricted companies’ ability to ing the three-day conference in St. Louis.
H-1B visa has never been a sure expanding visa approval times use H-1B workers off-site at a cus- The primary alternative proposal, called the One Church
thing, immigration attorneys and because they have no other choice. tomer’s place of business, while Plan, was rebuffed in a separate preliminary vote, getting
employers who hire such workers say “We’re just at the point where another temporarily rescinded the only 47 percent support. Backed by a majority of the
they’ve seen unprecedented disrup- there’s no one else to hire, ” said option of paying for faster applica- church’s Council of Bishops in hopes of avoiding a schism,
tions in the approval process since Wilson, who estimates his firm tion processing. it would leave decisions about same-sex marriage and ordi-
Trump took office in 2017. turned away about $1 million in proj- Attorneys who handle these appli- nation of LGBT clergy up to regional bodies and would
“You see all these arguments that ects last year because it didn’t have cations say one of the biggest shifts remove language from the church’s law book asserting that
we want the best and the brightest enough staff to handle them. is an increase in “requests for evi- “the practice of homosexuality is incompatible with
coming here,” said John Goslow, an Three months after taking office, dence, ” or RFEs, from U. S. Christian teaching.”
immigration attorney in Ann Arbor, Trump issued his “Buy American and Citizenship and Immigration Monday’s voting did not kill the One Church Plan but
Michigan. “Yet we’re seeing a full- Hire American” executive order , call- Services. makes its prospects on Tuesday far more difficult.

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Trump tamps down expectations

as he heads to Kim Jong Un summit
By Jonathan Lemire car, will have a series of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS official meetings
WASHINGTON — Redefining success, Trump laid out ultimate
President Donald Trump headed to his sec- goals for both the U.S.
ond meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong and Kim in an appearance
Un on Monday, determined to tamp down before the nation’s gov-
expectations that he’ll achieve big strides ernors Monday before
toward denuclearization. Yet he was still boarding Air Force One
eager to claim an attention-grabbing victo- Donald Trump to fly to Vietnam: “We
ry to offset the political turmoil he faces at want denuclearization,
home. and I think he’ll have a country that will set
Trump is set to land in Vietnam late a lot of records for speed in terms of an
Tuesday and will have meetings with the economy.”
host country’s president and prime minister Worries abound across world capitals
Wednesday before sitting down later with about what Trump might be willing to give
Kim for a private dinner. up in the name of a win, but there seems less REUTERS
Trump will be joined at the dinner by mystery about his North Korean counter- North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un waves as he arrives at the Dong Dang railway station.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and White part. Survival of the Kim regime is always
House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, the
White House said Monday. Kim also will
have two aides with him, and there will be
the primary concern.
Trump was the driving force behind this
week’s summit, aiming to re-create the
Kim Jong Un arrives in Vietnam
global spectacle of his first meeting with
translators for both sides. Trump and Kim,
who is traveling to the summit by train and Kim last year.
for second summit with Trump
By Yves Dam Van and Foster Klug meant to deal with one of Asia’s biggest
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS security challenges: North Korea’s pursuit
of a nuclear program that stands on the
DONG DANG, Vietnam — North Korean verge of viably threatening any target on
leader Kim Jong Un, grinning broadly and the planet.
waving at a crowd gathered on a cold, rainy Although many experts are skeptical Kim
morning, stepped off his armored train will give up the nukes he likely sees as his
Tuesday after a long ride that started in best guarantee of continued rule, there was a
Pyongyang and wound through China to palpable, carnival-like excitement among
this Vietnamese border town ahead of his many in Hanoi as the final preparations
second nuclear summit with President were made for the meeting.
Donald Trump. Officials in Hanoi said they only had
Kim, dressed in his trademark dark Mao about 10 days to prepare for the summit —
suit, shook hands with officials as much less than the nearly two months
Vietnamese troops in crisp, white uniforms Singapore had before the first Trump-Kim
and black boots stood at attention on a red meeting last year— but still vowed to pro-
carpet beneath large North Korean and vide airtight security for the two leaders.
Vietnamese flags at the Dong Dang railway “Security will be at the maximum level,”
station on the China-Vietnam border. Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Foreign
A crowd gathered along the road near the Affairs Le Hoai Trung told reporters.
station to wave North Korean flags and bou- The ultra-tight security will be appreciat-
quets of flowers as the North Korean leader ed by North Korean authorities, who are
stepped into a black limousine that was then extremely vigilant about the safety of Kim,
surrounded by burly, crewcut bodyguards the third member of his family to rule the
who ran alongside their leader as he left the North with absolute power. Kim’s decision
station. Press reports speculate that Kim to take a train, not a plane, may have been
will be driven to Hanoi, the Vietnamese cap- influenced by the better ability to control
ital, ahead of his Wednesday meeting with security.
Trump, but officials shared no details about Vietnam is eager to show off its huge eco-
the specifics of a summit that the world will nomic and development improvements
be watching closely. since the destruction of the Vietnam War,
Trump was flying to Hanoi from but the country also tolerates no dissent and
Washington. Kim’s arrival comes as is able to provide the kind of firm hand not
Vietnamese officials scramble to finish allowed by more democratic potential
preparations for a rushed summit that’s hosts.

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How the county is closing the jobs/housing gap Liberty and the
By Donna Colson tributing land for
low-income hous-
ast month the Metropolitan
Transit Commission and the
Association of Bay Area
Governments presented the CASA
ing and helping
cities bring resi-
dents together and
find common solu-
perspective Green New Deal
Compact, a 15-year policy package to tions to increase hen America was a young nation, many poems
confront the Bay Area housing short- the supply of requires rent control — the expansion and songs were written about her in admiration
age. The compact presents a 10-point workforce, senior of which was resoundingly rejected by of her greatest attribute: Liberty! In our day,
plan for housing production, preser- and affordable voters both at the state level in 2018 most of these writings are obscure. However, one example
vation and renters’ protections that housing. San and in several local elections over the does still shine and is well known. The title to this patri-
was developed by a group of mainly Mateo County has also invested more past few years. The CASA Compact otic song is, “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” or “America.”
non-elected, self-interested housing than $100 million in new transit-ori- has provided a comprehensive set of The line from its first verse is, “My country, ‘tis of thee,
industry and policy advocates. The ented affordable housing projects. tools available to cities that can Sweet land of liberty, Of thee I sing.” The fourth verse
document purports to be a prescrip- Why is this important? San Mateo expedite housing development — let begins, “Our fathers’ God to Thee, Author of liberty, To
tion for future mandated housing leg- County communities had no voice in the cities select from these options Thee we sing.”
islation, taxation and financial penal- the CASA Compact process. Not a the ones that work best in their com- The lyrics to “America” were authored by Samuel Francis
ties that the state will impose on single elected from San Mateo County munity and start there. On several Smith in 1831, 42 years after the adoption of our
cities that do not comply. This man- was included on the leadership team, occasions, the governor and MTC Constitution and 100 years before “The Star-Spangled
date is all within a framework that cre- steering committee or technical com- have noted that non-compliance Banner” was officially adopted as our national anthem.
ates a new Regional Housing mittee which is frustrating as many would result in a takeaway of public Often during those 100 years, the song served as a nation-
Enterprise bureaucracy and costs tax- small cities were already taking the transit funding. This threat is not pro- al anthem and is perhaps why, today, it is still well
payers an additional $1.5 billion a initiative to craft viable housing ductive and does not recognize the known.
year in fees and taxes. The CASA solutions for their communities. hard work that local agencies are Why was liberty so often
Compact team, while well inten- Some cities are allowing teacher doing to meet housing demands. The written about in America’s early
tioned, did not account for the fact housing, others are embracing renters risk we run is that the pendulum will history? It is likely because no
that progressive local jurisdictions protections to limit gentrification, swing and the voter momentum we other nation on the face of the
were already successfully advocating while some, like Burlingame, are now have will be lost. Earth during that era had so lim-
for many of these changes within our updating their general plans to allow We would invite Gov. Newsom to ited a government, allowing its
for up to 20 percent more growth near visit San Mateo County and see the people to experience liberty as
transit while protecting the character progress we have made to close the Americans could, in spite of the
In 2011, San Mateo County was
of existing single-family neighbor- jobs/housing gap. It is an opportuni- horrid blemish of slavery that
producing about 24 jobs for every one
hoods. The result of the last five years ty to thank our residents who have deprived 15 percent of our pop-
new unit of housing. We were in the
of this work is that the county committed to creating inclusive, ulation of liberty for 89 years.
Bay Area’s most explosive growth
jobs/housing gap has been reduced to diverse and welcoming communities. For America’s founders and
region and saw the immediate result of
7:1 and at the county alone, more The San Mateo County Home For All framers, liberty was front and Matt Grocott
a stagnant housing supply. In
than 4,400 new units of housing have Initiative exemplifies how bottom- center on their minds.
response, San Mateo County leaders
been developed or permitted in the up, grassroots, neighbor-to-neighbor Also in Europe, liberty was often the topic of writers
joined forces with local elected offi-
last three years. conversations can move the needle on and thinkers as late as 1850. That was the year a short
cials to create the Home For All ini- book was published by a Frenchman, Frederic Bastiat,
tiative and, for the past five years, it MTC is now taking their show on important public policy questions
the road in San Mateo County. At one like housing. who wrote, “The Law.” In his book are the words, “Life,
has been laser focused on helping liberty and property do not exist because men have made
cities evaluate and implement strate- recent meeting, many local officials
were dismayed and frustrated that a laws. On the contrary, it was the fact that life, liberty and
gies that effectively develop more property existed beforehand that caused men to make laws
housing options at all income levels. group of housing industry executives, Donna Colson is the may or of
large nonprofit leaders and mega-city in the first place.” He expounds in his book on the theme
These strategies have included imple- Burlingame and a member of the Home that, from God comes the gift of life and therefore liberty;
menting affordable housing linkage mayors would advocate for state laws
that mandate a one-size fits all solu- For All Steering Committee since from our liberty derives our individuality; from our indi-
fees on new development or requiring 2015. She also serv es on the San viduality flows our faculties; from our faculties we gain
tion which imposes excessive new
developers to include affordable units production and from production property.
taxes, strips local officials of zoning Mateo County Housing and
in new projects, easing restrictions All that is written above is to introduce this one ques-
authority and project review, and Community Dev elopment Committee.
on new accessory dwelling units, con- tion: “How did we go in America from the adoration and
praise of liberty — in poem and song — to thinking or
even considering the Green New Deal as the right path for
our nation? Reading through its many bullet points and
Letter to the editor goals, what stands out aggressively is one overriding
theme: Government has all the answers to all the prob-
lems of every man, woman, child, beast and living thing
nature. The true nature of procreation jurisdiction who voted for the bill as on the face of the Earth. Simply put: government is the
Gov. Cuomo should solution … to everything.
is life, not the destruction of human well as the governor.”  Then he said
be excommunicated life. Hillary Clinton has also joined that excommunication is to be not a The ideas put forth in the Green New Deal are not new.
Editor, Gov. Cuomo in codifying abortion. Bastiat, in fact, wrote his book in response to political
punishment, but to bring him back demands being put upon the French government, similar
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Catholic, In Knoxville, Tennessee, Bishop into the church. It’s like medicine for if not the same as many of those listed in the Green New
has passed a new law, the Richard Stika and Tyler, Texas Bishop them. Deal. Bastiat offered his conclusion to what would happen
Reproductive Health Act, that now Joseph Strickland both indicated that The archbishop of New York, if government sought to solve all problems and offer all
allows abortion to be performed at if Gov. Cuomo lived in their jurisdic- Cardinal Timothy Dolan, and his solutions. He wrote: “As long as these ideas prevail, it is
the ninth month of pregnancy, at tion, they would take action. associate bishops must come to the clear that the responsibility of government is enormous.
birth, and also eliminates many other Strickland urged Cuomo’s ordinaries decision of excommunicating Gov. Good fortune and bad fortune, wealth and destitution,
restrictions against abortion. to do so.  equality and inequality, virtue and vice — all then depend
Cuomo and any Catholic legislator
As you know, the Catholic Church Someone then asked Bishop Stika upon political administration. It is burdened with every-
who voted for it.
is against abortion because it is the if he would issue an excommunication thing, it undertakes everything, it does everything; there-
killing of a human life, a pre-born to a Catholic governor in his jurisdic- fore it is responsible for everything.”
baby, which is based on God’s fifth tion if the governor did the same as For America to fulfill the goals as laid out in the Green
Ross Foti
commandment, thou shalt not kill. It Cuomo. He said: “I think I might do it New Deal would mean deeper federal debt, higher taxation,
is also against the natural law, its for any Catholic legislator under my Belmont the elimination of necessities and luxuries Americans are
accustomed to and expect, government control in every
aspect of our lives and, ultimately, the loss of the one
OUR MISSION: thing we all should cherish: liberty.
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Stocks up after Trump postpones tariff increase

By Damian J. Troise China and Europe.
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS “I feel like we’re in a position
and Alex Veiga
High: 26,241.42 where the president is interested in
Low: 26,080.66 making deals,” said Jamie Cox,
Close: 26,091.95 managing partner at Harris
Stocks closed modestly higher Change: +60.14 Financial Group.
Monday after shedding most of the The U.S. election cycle is just
gains from an early rally spurred OTHER INDEXES around the corner, giving the pres-
by the Trump administration’s S&P 500: 2796.11 +3.44 ident an incentive to pursue deals
decision to hold off on increasing NYSE Index: 12,700.19 +5.67 and keep the economy and markets
tariffs on imported Chinese Nasdaq: 7554.46 +26.92 stable, he said. Even so, markets
goods. may be too optimistic about
NYSE MKT: 2511.23 -14.53
Investors welcomed the move, what’s possible in any China deal,
Russell 2000: 1588.81 -1.26
which averted an escalation in the as negotiations over intellectual
damaging trade war between the Wilshire 5000: 29,021.31 +35.02
property concerns will likely take
world’s two largest economies. 10-Yr Bond: 2.67 +0.01 more time.
The fight is over U.S. complaints Oil (per barrel): 55.43 -1.83 Investors need to remain cau-
that Beijing steals technology or Gold : 1,329.70 -3.10 tious, Cox said, citing soft eco-
pressures companies to hand it nomic data, including the surprise
over. drop in retail sales in December.
the gains are becoming.” age gained 60.14 points, or 0.2 when the U. S. would have
Traders have been growing Technology companies and percent, to 26,091.95. Earlier in increased punitive duties on $200 “This is sort of an economic
increasingly optimistic over the banks accounted for much of the the day it was up more than 209 billion worth of Chinese imports. opportunity for investors to rebal-
last two weeks that the U.S. and market’s gains, outweighing loss- points. Trump, who did not set a new ance, to get a little less aggressive
China are moving closer to a reso- es in consumer goods stocks and The Nasdaq composite rose deadline Monday, said there had in their portfolios,” he said.
lution of their dispute. That’s other sectors. Oil prices fell 26.92 points, or 0.4 percent, to been “productive talks” on some Beyond trade, investors had
helped lift stocks in recent weeks, sharply after President Donald 7,554.46. The Russell 2000 index of the more difficult issues and their eye on the latest corporate
gains which some analysts say Trump said they were getting too of smaller companies dropped added he’s willing to meet with news and earnings reports.
suggest the market is already high. On Friday, oil closed at the 1.26 points, or 0.1 percent, to Chinese President Xi Jinping if General Electric rose 6.4 percent
viewing an agreement as a done highest level since mid- 1,588.81. negotiations progress. after the industrial giant
deal. November. Progress in the U.S.-China trade The trade war and its hefty tar- announced plans to sell a biotech
“You can attribute much of The S&P 500 index added 3.44 talks also helped lift markets iffs have already raised costs for unit to Danaher for $21.4 billion.
today’s gains to trade, ” said points, or 0. 1 percent, to broadly in Europe and Asia, where businesses and consumers. Any The sale is yet another step down
Lindsey Bell, investment strate- 2,796.11. The benchmark index China’s main index, the Shanghai additional escalation could shake in size for GE, which has been
gist at CFRA. “The closer we get has finished higher the past four Composite, jumped to an eight- investor confidence as an eco- divesting businesses since get-
to a deal getting done or some weeks in a row. month high. nomic slowdown looms over ting hurt in the financial crisis a
agreement being made, the smaller The Dow Jones Industrial aver- China faced a March 2 deadline decade ago.

Trial starts in Roundup weed killer cancer claim By Sudhin Thanawala dence, ” Hardeman’s attorney, “If we are able to succeed here
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Brent Wisner, said outside court. then it really sends a signal to
“This company needs to get Monsanto and specifically to
SAN FRANCISCO — A jury in straight and be honest with its Bayer that they have a real prob-
federal court in San Francisco customers and say, listen, there is lem,” Wisner said.
will decide whether Roundup evidence it’s associated with can- The outcome of bellwether cases
weed killer caused a California cer and let people make a choice can help attorneys decide whether
man’s cancer in a trial starting about whether or not they use the to continue fighting similar suits
Monday that plaintiffs’ attor- product.” in court or settle them. A jury ver-
neys say could help determine A San Francisco jury in August dict in favor of Hardeman and the
the fate of hundreds of similar awarded another man $289 million other test plaintiffs would give
lawsuits. after determining Roundup caused their attorneys a strong bargain-
Edwin Hardeman, 70, is the sec- his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. A ing position in any settlement
ond plaintiff to go to trial of thou- judge later slashed the award to talks for the remaining cases
sands around the country who $78 million, and Monsanto has before Chhabria, said David
claim agribusiness giant appealed. Levine, a professor at the
Monsanto’s weed killer causes Hardeman’s trial is before a dif- University of California,
cancer. ferent judge and may be more sig- Hastings College of the Law who
Monsanto says studies have nificant. U. S. Judge Vince has followed the Roundup litiga-
established that the active ingredi- Chhabria is overseeing hundreds tion.
ent in Roundup, glyphosate, is of Roundup lawsuits and has Thousands of other Roundup
REUTERS FILE PHOTO safe. deemed Hardeman’s case and two lawsuits are pending in state
Monsanto Co’s Roundup is shown for sale in Encinitas. “There is a mountain of evi- others “bellwether trials.” courts around the country.

Google seeks tax breaks for

$600M data center in Minnesota
Business brief
proposed facility, which would be largely
Driver of a Tesla Model S killed in
BECKER, Minn. — Google’s plan to
build a $600 million wind-powered data cen-
ter in central Minnesota may hinge on the
powered by Xcel Energy wind farms. The
project will bring an estimated 50 tech jobs
to the area.
high-speed Florida crash and fire
tech giant’s request for officials to waive 20 Sherburne County Administrator Steve THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and know that high speed collisions can
years’ worth of future taxes. Taylor says county commissioners will hold result in a fire in any type of car, not just
Minnesota Public Radio News reports that public hearings on the tax abatement DAVIE, Fla. — The driver of a Tesla Model electric vehicles,” the company said.
Google has asked Sherburne County and the request in March. S was killed when his car crashed near Fort The Tesla’s battery reignited twice on
city of Becker for property tax breaks that Becker Mayor Tracy Bertram has touted Lauderdale, Florida, and erupted in flames. Monday morning at a salvage yard where it
could save the company up to $15 million. the potential economic benefits of bringing Witnesses told police in Davie, Florida, was towed, Davie Fire Marshal Robert
The Minnesota Public Utilities the data center to the city. that the car was traveling 75-to-90 miles per Taylor said.
Commission is already reviewing Google’s hour Sunday afternoon when it left the road Tesla said in a statement that it posts lan-
for an unknown reason. The driver over-cor- guage on its website for first responders
rected and the car slid across three lanes and saying that fires can take up to 24 hours to
into some trees in the median. extinguish and that they should consider
A police officer arrived almost immediately letting the battery burn while protecting
after the crash but wasn’t able to rescue the exposures to buildings.
driver before the car was engulfed in flames. Last year the National Transportation
Officers identified the driver as Omar Awan. Safety Board opened investigations into
The crash remains under investigation. two Tesla fires in California, one in West
Tesla said in a statement that it was deeply Hollywood and the other near Mountain
saddened by the crash and is cooperating View. A spokesman for the NTSB said
with police. “We understand that speed is Monday that it is not investigating the
being investigated as a factor in this crash, Davie crash.
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as Dodgers take turn courting prized free agent
Tuesday • Feb. 26, 2019

Aragon pitchers combine on no-no to open season

By Terry Bernal Hourigan certainly close out the opening-day no-no. to shortstop Tommy Calvo to finish off the
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF settled in, though, as he Senior catcher Evan Donath worked all staff gem.
and two Dons relievers seven innings behind the plate in his first “Our pitcher was aware of [the no-hitter],”
The start of Aragon’s baseball season went on to combine on a game as a varsity backstop. A corner Donath said, “but I just wanted to win the
looked like it was going south in a hurry. no-hitter in a 9-1 win infielder last year as a junior, Donath hadn’t game. That’s all that mattered to us.”
Starting pitcher Conor Hourigan hit Saturday at Aragon. played catcher since his sophomore year Aragon (1-0) entered the season project-
Jefferson leadoff batter Calvin Louie, who Hourigan went five with the junior-varsity team. ing Zach Harte to be the opening-day catch-
moved around the bases via a groundout and innings, striking out 10 With Aragon pitching coach Dusty er, but the sophomore suffered a leg injury
two passed balls to give the Grizzlies an to earn the win. Junior Landwehr calling the game, Donath put the during his junior-varsity basketball season.
early 1-0 lead. Conor Hourigan relievers Peter sign down for the fastball on what would be Souza said Harte is hopeful to return by the
“Things were not going our way in the first Ingargiola and Colby the game’s final pitch. Stevens pounded one
inning,” Aragon manager Lenny Souza said. Stevens worked a perfect inning each to to the outside corner to induce a groundout See DONS, Page 16

The good and the bad Athlete of the Week

of Nor Cal seedings

t was good news-bad news
for the 11 San Mateo
County basketball teams
that qualified for the Northern
California bracket of the CIF
state tournament.
The Menlo School girls, which
CCS Division I tournament, yet
will both host first-round Nor
Cal games by virtue of top-5
seeds. The Bears got the No. 2
seed, while the Scots are seeded
No. 4, both in Division IV.
As a side note, those Division
Undisputed Akinola closes
went 0-2 in CCS Open Division IV brackets might be the most
entertaining as there are a number
play, were the leaders of the pack
as the
of big schools competing. On
the girls’ side, CCS Division I
unbeaten year
the No. 1
semifinalist Silver Creek is seed-
ed No. 1 in the Nor Cal Division
with state title
seed in the IV bracket and is joined by By Terry Bernal
Division always-strong East Bay Athletic DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
II bracket League teams Foothill and
— the Amador Valley of Pleasanton, Baseball players have dogpiles
benefit of Monterey Trail from Elk Grove and football players have haka
playing in and San Francisco’s Lowell. dances. For Menlo-Atherton girls’
the West The girls’ Division III bracket wrestler Folashade Akinola, the
Bay is loaded with county teams, led celebration du jour — cartwheels.
Athletic by South City, which earned the The cartwheels were in full effect
League No. 3 seed, despite falling short Saturday in Bakersfield as Akinola
that featured three teams in the in the CCS Division III title finished off her outstanding
Open Division as well as the game. Sacred Heart Prep and wrestling career at M-A by captur-
CCS Division IV and Division V Woodside Priory, which won the ing the individual championship
champions. CCS Division IV and V titles, in the 189-pound bracket at the
A pair of Peninsula Athletic respectively, earned the Nos. 5 CIF State Wrestling
League teams, the Carlmont and 6 seeds. Championships. 
boys and Menlo-Atherton girls, Akinola came back from
didn’t even make the finals of the See LOUNGE, Page 14 Bakersfield last season with a sec-
ond-place finish. This year, she
returned for her senior season with a
Warriors 121, Hornets 110 vengeance, posting an undefeated
record on the year, capped by five
wins at the state tournament, with
all five coming by way of pin.
“Cartwheels everywhere,” M-A
head coach Phil Hoang said of
Akinola’s reaction to her victory
in the championship match
against Kelseyville sophomore
Jasmin Clarke. “The crowd was
Folashade Akinola, seen here after winning the Central Coast Section title, roaring. I think she has a lot of
brought home the 189-pound championship from the CIF State Wrestling fans because she’s been at state
Championships last week in Bakersfield with five wins, all via pin. See AOTW, Page 12

Raiders closer to calling

Steph Curry celebrates after scoring during the second half Monday night
against the Charlotte Hornets at the Spectrum Center.
the Coliseum home in ’19
By Josh Dubow

Dubs back in win column

By Steve Reed points, Cousins had a season-high

OAKLAND — The Raiders are

24 points and 11 rebounds, and the making progress toward complet-
Warriors beat the Charlotte ing a lease to keep the team at the
Hornets 121-110 on Monday Oakland Coliseum for at least one
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — DeMarcus more season.
Cousins was getting tired of Kevin night.
Coach Steve Kerr said it was the Coliseum Authority director
Durant cussing him out. Scott McKibben said Monday that
So he finally took Durant’s most comfortable Cousins has
looked in a Warriors uniform. the two sides are having “good,
advice. constructive talks” for finalizing a
“He’s been telling me to stop “He made a couple of moves
around the hoop where he showed new lease for 2019 with an option
thinking about it and just go play for 2020. But McKibben says
my game — be aggressive, ” great agility, but I think this is the
best he’s looked,” Kerr said. there are still details to be worked
Cousins said. out before a contract can be KIRBY LEE/USA TODAY SPORTS
Cousins did just that. The Raiders are negotiating a contract to play in the Oakland Coliseum in
Klay Thompson scored 26 See DUBS, Page 14 See LEASE, Page 16 2019, with an option for 2020.
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Honor roll
Mari ah Di az, No tre Dame-Bel mo nt Izzy Bojorquez, who went 4 for 4 as Mercy
g i rl s ’ s o ccer. The senior striker scored jumped out to a 4-1 lead. McGraw fronted
the game’s only goal in the 77thminute as the big Mills comeback though, going 3 for
the Tigers captured the CCS Division II 4 with two RBIs and two runs scored. Mills
championship with a 1-0 win over Leigh, senior Sammi Yeung enjoyed a nice opening
the school’s first since 2004. Diaz played day at the plate as well, going 2 for 4 with
the first half of the season at center fullback three RBIs.
before moving into an attacking role. She Mi k ae l a Co n t re ras , El Cami n o
then missed six straight games before com- g i rl s ’ wres tl i ng . While Menlo-Atherton
ing back for the CCS title game. had four podium finishes to take second
Anto ni o Ro jas , San Mateo bas e- place at the CIF State Wrestling
bal l . Through three games, the junior Championships, the only San Mateo
Rojas is batting a cool .875 with seven hits County wrestler not from M-A to medal was
in his first nine at-bats — including a the El Camino senior Contreras. She took
homer and three doubles — as the Bearcats fifth place in the 131-pound division earn-
have opened the season 3-0. He’s also ing wins over Valley Center freshman
launched his first home run of the year in the Desiree Jones, Valencia senior Shani Tyson
Bearcats’ 3-2 non-league win over rival and Bella Vista junior Emily Alderman to
Burlingame. reach the semifinals.
Cai tl i n Carci o ne, Sacred Heart Prep Lev i Stubbl es , El Cami no bas e-
Alex Salise scored 17 second-half points to g i rl s ’ s o ccer. The senior scored both bal l . The Colts are off to a 2-1 start, their Talita Falepapalangi scored 22 points to lead
front a South City comeback in the CCS semis. goals, including the game-winner with five best since 2014. Stubbles has been a con- Sequoia to its first-ever CCS girls’ hoops title.

l ex Sal i s e, So uth Ci ty g i rl s ’ minutes left in the second overtime period, sistent force, hitting safely in all three game. In three CCS games last week — quar-
b as k e t b al l . The sophomore as she helped lead the Gators to the CCS games, going 4 for 8 with three doubles. He terfinals, semis and championship game —
point guard rallied the Lady Division IV soccer championship with a 2- also made his season debut on the mound in Manu averaged 22. 3 points and 6. 7
Warriors in the CCS Division III semifinals, 1 win over WBAL rival Woodside Priory. a 5-1 loss to Sacred Heart Cathedral, but rebounds per game.
scoring 19 points, including 17 in the sec- Elle Lessing set up Carcione in the 31st limited the damage for El Camino by firing Tal i t a Fal e p ap al an g i , S e quo i a
ond half to front a 38-8 run to close out the minute, while Juliana Rosen delivered the three shutout innings, allowing just one hit g i rl s ’ bas ketbal l . The junior put the
comeback victory.56-38 over Sobrato. The game-winning pass in the 95thminute. It and two walks while striking out five. “power” in power forward Saturday against
comeback sent South City back to the was the Gators’ fourth CCS title since 2009. Ly di a Manu, Arag o n g i rl s ’ bas ket- Palo Alto, scoring a game-high 22 points to
Division III championship game for the Emma McGraw, Mi l l s s o ftbal l . The bal l . The junior guard capped the Dons’ lead the Cherokees to a 50-34 win in the
second straight year, where Salise scored a Lady Vikings rallied for a 9-4 win in their first CCS title with a 28-pointer perform- CCS Division I championship game. The
team-high 14 points as the Warriors fell to season opener against Mercy-Burlingame. ance during a 53-48 win over No. 4 title for Sequoia marks the first in program
Aptos. McGraw spoiled a big day for Mercy junior Lynbrook in the Division II championship history.

AOTW fierce as anyone. And once she sees her

opportunity, she is the best in the state in
189s at pouncing.
“I think Fola is definitely dictating the
onship. In 2016-17, Chelsea Wilson
brought home the title at 106s.
Akinola opened with three first-period
pins, taking down Chico senior Serena
Akinola raved about the performance of
senior Angie Bautista at 126s. After enter-
ing unseeded in the bracket, Bautista took
sixth place, including a key victory over
Continued from page 11 pace of this match,” Hoang said. “But she Ferea, Bonita senior Veronica Palmer and Lincoln-San Jose senior Mia Olmos, an old
found the opportunity to go on top by the Golden Valley senior Kayvette Osorio to nemesis of M-A’s who had never lost in a
every year. It’s not easy to pin a girl at 189 third period and, she does this very well. reach the semifinal round. Against Monroe head-to-head matchup with the Bears.
pounds, I can tell you that.” She put a lot of pressure on the opponent’s senior Angela Buenrrostro in the semis, “It was really big,” Akinola said. “And our
back” Akinola rattled off a pin in the second peri- team is still talking about it.”
The Daily Journal Athlete of the Week When Clarke made the mistake of bring- od. Akinola entered with some local fans in
needed three periods to pin Clarke. She bat- ing her legs to her head, Akinola executed a Not once did Akinola’s march toward the Bakersfield, and made plenty more in during
tled into the second before taking the lead, textbook cradle hold. She powered her top of the podium ever feel in jeopardy, she the three-day tourney, Hoang said. She also
choosing to wrestle from the bottom to opponent to her back. The pin, 38 seconds said. had a special guest there for Saturday’s
start the period and scoring a quick escape into the final period, came swiftly there- finals, her first wrestling coach, Nathan
“I felt it was one of my best performanc-
to take a 1-point lead. after. Pantoja, with whom Akinola started
es,” Akinola said. “So, yes, I was in con-
“I just really tried to keep my head on,” “It was the perfect opportunity,” Akinola trol.” wrestling seven years ago at the East Palo
Akinola said. “I remembered last year. … I said. “So I grabbed it, and took her back, It was an emotional Saturday finale as Alto Wrestling Club.
was definitely a little gassed and tired. So I and that was it.” well. M-A took second place in the team “There was some tears,” Akinola said. “It
tried to keep my head on.” The individual championship was a fit- competition, with four of its seven was really emotional, not just the four years
Not that the flamboyant Akinola ever ting sendoff to the first generation of M-A wrestlers placing in individual competi- but the seven years I’ve been wrestling,
looks overly guarded on the mat. She’s girls’ wrestling, which has been officially tion. Six of M-A’s seven state qualifiers are coming full circle and paying off.”
renowned for the spring in her step, the recognized by the Central Coast Section for seniors, with the state tournament serving Not to mention, her finishing with the
occasional smile on her face. When it the past three years. Akinola’s title is M-A’s as the swan song of their varsity wrestling ultimate curtain call —  cartwheels. Plenty
comes to locking up, though, she is as second-ever girls’ state wrestling champi- careers. of cartwheels.
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Hicks, Yanks agree to $70M deal MLB briefs
NEW YORK — Making another move to
keep their core of players together, the New
York Yankees agreed to a $70 million,
Colorado is coming off
a 91-72 season in which
Dodgers meet with Harper
seven-year contract with outfielder Aaron the team beat the Chicago
Hicks. Cubs in the NL wild-card
game before losing to GLENDALE, Ariz. — Bryce Harper met
Hicks’ agreement adds $64 million in with the Los Angeles Dodgers over the
guaranteed money over six seasons and club Milwaukee during the NL
Division Series. weekend, a sign the market for the star free
option for 2026 that could make it worth agent might be picking up as spring train-
$81.5 million over eight seasons. Black has been an NL
manager of the year ing enters its second full week.
“This is the organization I want to stay Dodgers manager Dave Roberts confirmed
with,” Hicks said during a news conference finalist in each of his
Bud Black the Sunday night meet-
Monday. “The team here is a team that I two seasons with the
Rockies. He won the award in 2010 while ing, saying it was
want to be with. I think it has a bright “good.”
future.” with San Diego.
“Just trying to get to
A 29-year-old switch-hitter, Hicks took White Sox 4, Giants 4, nine innings know each other, ”
over as the Yankees primary center fielder Roberts said Monday. “In
last year and set career highs with 137 Chicago starter Manny Banuelos struck the spirit of us, as the
games, 27 homers and 79 RBIs. He agreed out four in two innings. Yoan Moncada had Dodgers, vetting a cer-
on Jan. 11 to a $6 million, one-year con- two hits, drove in a run tain process makes
tract and would have been eligible for free and scored. sense, and for those guys
agency after this season. Derek Holland had a Dave Roberts to do their due diligence
“I’m thrilled,” Yankees manager Aaron rough one-inning spring as well.”
Boone said. “He’s just really an elite level debut, allowing three Roberts declined to
player.” runs on three hits for San comment about possible
His new, superseding deal calls for a $2 Francisco. Drew terms for a contract with JOE CAMPOREALE/USA TODAY SPORTS
million signing bonus and keeps the $6 Pomeranz threw two Harper, saying “I person- Dodgers infielders Matt Beaty, left, and Logan
million salary this year. He gets $10.5 mil- innings out of the ally have to focus on the Landon walk to the field prior to facing the
lion annually from 2020-23 and $9.5 mil- bullpen, giving up a pair 61 guys that are here.” Chicago Cubs at Camelback Ranch.
Derek Holland of hits and striking out
lion in each of the following two seasons. Harper has been con- been the subject of trade rumors throughout
The Yankees have a $12.5 million option two. Yangervis Solarte homered. nected to the the offseason. Pederson said last week he
for 2026 with a $1 million buyout. Philadelphia Phillies and was affected by the winter chatter, and he
Diamondbacks 4, A’s 3 Bryce Harper
the San Francisco Giants struck out twice and made an error Monday
Rockies extend manager Bud Black Zack Greinke made his spring debut and during a second consecutive slow free-agent in an 11-2 spring training win over the
The Colorado Rockies have agreed to a worked two clean innings for Arizona. market for the sport. Manny Machado, the Cubs amid reports of the meeting with
three-year contract extension with manager Dustin Fowler homered and Cliff other top free agent this winter, signed a Harper.
Bud Black after he guided the team to back- Pennington and Nick Martini each had two $300 million, 10-year deal with the San “With Joc, I am not concerned,” Roberts
to-back playoff appearances. hits for Oakland. Diego Padres on Thursday. said. “In baseball, there’s always specula-
His contract now runs through the 2022 The 26-year-old Harper was the 2015 NL tion. He understands that. He’s a profes-
season, the team announced Monday in Angels 4, Brewers 3 MVP and made six All-Star teams in seven sional, so I don’t think that affected him
Scottsdale, Arizona. Former Giants outfielder Jarrett Parker big league seasons with the Washington today.”
The 61-year-old Black has posted a 178- homered and walked twice for the Angels. Nationals. He batted .249 with 34 home Pederson said he expects the Dodgers “to
147 record since being named Colorado’s Former Menlo College third baseman runs, 100 RBIs and an .889 OPS last year. do whatever it is that is going to help them
manager on Nov. 7, 2016. His .548 winning Lucas Erceg went 2 for 2 with a booming A Harper signing could displace projected win” and that “right now, I am part of that
percentage is the best in franchise history. home run to right for the Brewers. starting left fielder Joc Pederson, who has and that’s all I can control.”

Kraft visited parlor for sex on day of AFC game,authorities say most of them women Investigators said Kraft returned 17 hours it will handle “this allegation in the same way
By Terry Spencer
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS originally from China, later, arriving at the upper-middle class we would handle any issue under the policy.”
have been charged with shopping center where the spa was located Kraft’s wife, Myra Hiatt Kraft, died in 2011.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — New running the operation. in a chauffeured 2015 blue Bentley, the doc- He has been dating 39-year-old actress Ricki
England Patriots owner Robert Kraft visited The 77-year-old Kraft uments said. Kraft, who is worth $6 billion, Noel Lander since 2012.
a Florida massage parlor for sex acts the was chauffeured to the was videotaped engaging in sex acts before Another high-profile businessman, for-
night before and the morning of last Orchids of Asia Day Spa paying with a $100 bill and another bill, mer Citigroup President John Havens, 62,
month’s AFC championship game, authori- in a 2014 white Bentley police said. He then flew to Kansas City to is also charged with paying for sex at the
ties said Monday in documents charging on the evening of Jan. watch his Patriots defeat the Chiefs in over- Orchids of Asia spa. He too has denied
him with two misdemeanor counts of solic- Robert Kraft 19, where police say time hours later. wrongdoing. He was Citigroup president in
iting prostitution. they videotaped him Kraft, whose team won the Super Bowl ear- 2011 and 2012. He now runs a hedge fund
Kraft is one of hundreds of men charged in engaging in a sex act and then handing over lier this month in Atlanta, denied wrongdoing that was spun off from Citigroup. Twenty-
recent days as part of a crackdown on pros- an undetermined amount of cash, Jupiter, Friday, shortly after Jupiter police announced three other men are also charged in Palm
titution allegedly occurring in massage par- Florida, police said in charging documents he was being charged. The NFL said Monday Beach County, with others charged in a
lors between Palm Beach and Orlando. Ten released by the Palm Beach State Attorney’s in a statement that its personal conduct policy string of counties spanning more than 150
spas have been closed and several people, Office. “applies equally to everyone in the NFL” and miles.






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longtime Carolina Panthers outside line- at the NBA All-Star game eight days ago. series of basketball camps designed to high-

DUBS backer Thomas Davis.

“Next time I will just step on the shoe, roll
my ankle, break it, tear an Achilles, just leave
After trailing by 17 during the fourth quar-
ter, Charlotte clawed within seven with 3:24
left before Curry stole a pass and fed
light underrated prep athletes looking to
make it to the next level. The camp is free and
available to unsigned high school players
Continued from page 11 it out there next time — I guess that is what Thompson for a fast-break layup. Curry sank with a 3-star ranking or below — like Curry
they want,” Cousins said. a 3-pointer with a minute left and raised his had in high school — giving overlooked ath-
Stephen Curry joked that next time Cousins hands to show his relief. letes the opportunity to refine their skills,
Cousins was happiest that he finally gain exposure and achieve a deeper under-
should “gently” toss it next time, saying he’s Cody Zeller made 13 of 14 shots from the
eclipsed 30 minutes of playing time. standing of the game.
too strong. field and finished with a career-high 28
“I have to hug coach Kerr for that,” he said. points to lead the Hornets, who have lost About 100 players participated in the
“Well, he didn’t have an insole in his shoe
Durant knows how important Cousins’ so it messed with the weight of the shoe and two straight. Zeller was largely the benefi- event at the new Curry Court, an indoor
presence will be as the Warriors take aim at I put a little extra on it,” Cousins said with ciary of the Warriors putting added pressure court which he helped renovate at a down-
another NBA championship — but equally as a grin. on point guard Kemba Walker and not allow- town recreation center.
important for the center’s confidence. The Warriors took a 1 1/2-game lead over ing him to shoot. Curry is hosting the same event at seven
“It’s huge for him to get his legs up under him the Denver Nuggets in the race for the best “The rest of us have to continue to make cities around the country.
and see the ball go in the rim and getting back record in the Western Conference and erased plays,” Zeller said. “All of my buckets were
to making the moves he normally makes,” the memory of a home loss against Houston right around the rim, a lot of easy buckets, but Big on assists
Durant said. “So hopefully he builds on it.” on Saturday night. a lot of credit to Kemba and Nicolas (Batum) The Warriors passing was outstanding at
But Cousins wasn’t all smiles and jokes Durant had 20 points and seven rebounds and those guys for making the unselfish play. times and they finished with 35 assists.
after the game. for the Warriors, who have not lost back-to- It’s on me to continue to score myself or find “We did a good job of exploiting the mis-
He remained miffed that he received a tech- back games since Dec. 27. shooters in the corners.” matches and letting the offense work for us,”
nical foul in the second half when he tossed It was an off night for Curry in his return to Durant said.
Jeremy Lamb’s shoe — which had fallen off his hometown, finishing with 16 points on Curry’s tour
in the middle of a play— into the crowd. The 4-of-14 shooting from 3-point range. He During his stop in Charlotte, Curry hosted Up next
shoe was intercepted in the front row by went 4 of 17 from beyond the arc on this court the “Underrated Tour,” a first-of-its-kind The Warriors visit the Heat on Wednesday.

tournament on the road. While Serra’s No. These were not your ordinary “good job” — Sam Manu’s first title. Perhaps that’s

LOUNGE 9 seed in Division II is probably in line

with going 0-2 at CCS, M-A’s No. 14 seed-
ing in Division I is a head scratcher. The
hugs. No, these were deep, meaningful,
emotional embraces because as thrilled as
Manu was in winning a section title, there
why the embrace between the two siblings
had a lot more passion and lasted longer
than most hugs.
Continued from page 11 Bears put together a 20-game win streak was also a sense of relief. Even youngest sister Mabryn Manu got
this season, seeing it broken by eventual Relief that she has earned a champi- in on the championship action, earning a
Open Division champion Sacred Heart onship spot in the Manu family basketball call-up from the junior varsity team for the
But a pair of PAL CCS champs — Sequoia Cathedral in the Open semifinals. They legacy. Dons’ playoff run.
and Aragon — were not given much credit became the second public school to
in the Nor Cal bracket. The Cherokees won “(Trying to win a section title) was such It’s been a banner 2018-19 season so far
advance to the Open Division semifinals a burden,” said Sam Manu, who entered a for Lydia Manu, who is quickly climbing
the CCS Division I title with one of the and proved that they can hang with the
most impressive defensive performances in small circle of coaches to win both a boys’ the list of all-time Aragon greats. She adds
best in Northern California. and girls’ CCS championship. “I’m just so a basketball title to the crown she won as a
recent memory, but were seeded just No. 10
in the Nor Cal Division I bracket. *** happy for her.” member of the Dons’ volleyball team this
Aragon’s Lydia Manu probably slept well The Manu family might be the first fami- past fall. In three seasons of basketball,
Aragon was slotted as the No. 9 seed in ly of Aragon basketball. Coach Manu and
Division III. Their reward? A road trip to Saturday night. After the junior combo she’s been to the final twice.
guard helped lead the Dons to their first younger brother Rex, now an assistant “It’s, like, every single year we’re work-
No. 8 Eureka. with Aragon’s boys’ teams, starred for the
Central Coast Section championship, scor- ing to this (basketball title),” Lydia Manu
Aragon athletic director Steve Sell said ing 28 points as the second-seeded Dons Dons in the early 1980s and early 1990s said following Saturday’s win. “It’s so awe-
in a text message that Dons’ head coach topped No. 4 Lynbrook 53-48 in the before going to play Division I basketball some.”
Sam Manu, “Is being great about it. Division II finals Saturday, she hugged — Sam Manu at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo
Treating it like an adventure.” every family member and family friend in and Rex Manu at Pepperdine University.
The two boys’ teams that represented the the stands — which seemed to be nearly Lydia Manu’s older brother, Alex, was the Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
county in the CCS Open Division, Menlo- every person on the Aragon side of the starting point guard for the 2014 Dons’ nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344-
Atherton and Serra, will begin the Nor Cal Santa Clara gym. squad that captured the section crown 5200 ext. 117.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • Feb 26, 2019 15

Dramatics in basketball World Cup qualifier
Reggie Hearn’s heroics give US 84-83 victory over Argentina
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Travis Trice hit a 3-pointer with ning to play. “I’m excited to be a
38 seconds left to get the U.S. with- part of it. I know it’s going to be fun.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Reggie in one, and the Americans got a stop Any time I go to China, it’s always
Hearn is not going to play in on the next possession. With a fun. So I’m excited for the World
China at the FIBA World Cup this chance at the lead, Josh Adams’ Cup,” Davis said at All-Star week-
summer. jumper missed — but the ball went end.
He got a memory that’ll last a out off Argentina with 1 second left,
lifetime anyway. giving the U.S. one final opportuni- Tournament field
Hearn hit a long jumper from the ty. Monday was the final day of quali-
right corner as Van Gundy set up the play for fying, and five teams were still alive
time expired, Hearn, who delivered. for three spots.
and the United “Calm going into it ... crazy hec- Montenegro took the 12th and
States defeated tic afterward,” was how Hearn Mark Stone shoots against the Toronto Maple Leafs Feb. 6 at Scotiabank
last spot from the European region,
Argentina 84-83 described the final second, and the Arena. The Ottawa Senators on Monday traded Stone to Vegas.
despite losing to Latvia 80-74. The
on Monday final shot.
night in the final
qualifying game
Lucio Redivo scored 18 points for
Argentina, which got 16 from
Latvians needed to win by nine
points, and a 3-pointer at the buzzer
for a trip to the World Cup was off the
Vegas goes big at NHL deadline,
before this sum- Facundo Pinero and 14 from Marcos
mer’s World Cup
Reggie Hearn for both teams. Delia.
Xavier Munford had five points
mark. The outcome meant three of
Europe’s top 10 national teams in
the FIBA rankings — Slovenia,
acquires Stone from Senators
Hearn — who played in more and Chinanu Onuaku had a pair of Croatia and Latvia — are not going By Stephen Whyno shows our players what we want to
games than anyone else for the dunks in an 11-0 run that put the U.S. to China this summer. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS do and get things on track here and
U.S. in qualifying — connected to up 26-14 early in the second quarter, The last two spots out of the get going again.”
cap a 7-0 run that ended the game and the Americans went into the The Vegas Golden Knights made Losing 10 of their past 13 games
Americas region were decided later
and gave the Americans first place locker room up 42-35 at the half. another trade deadline splash to hurt the Golden Knights in a top-
Monday night. Puerto Rico beat
in Group E of qualifying for the But the U.S. was outscored 30-17 take another run at the Stanley Cup heavy Pacific Division, but Stone
Uruguay 65-61 in a do-or-die game
tournament. in the third, and found itself down by in their second season. should provide an immediate
“It was very fitting that Reggie, for both teams, and the Dominican boost. The 26-year-old has 28
nine in the fourth before rallying. Vegas acquired high-scoring
who’s participated in the most quali- Republic took the last spot despite a goals and 34 assists for 62 points
The U.S. rallied and tied the game at winger Mark Stone from the Ottawa
fying games for us, was the one that loss to Brazil. in 59 games this season, two
75-75 on a 3-pointer by Trice, cap- Senators on Monday for defense
hit the shot,” U.S. coach Jeff Van China automatically qualified as prospect Erik Brannstrom, forward points shy of his career high.
ping a 14-5 run by the Americans. tournament host. The rest of the 32-
Gundy said. “I was very happy for Oscar Lindberg and the Dallas Stars’ Stone is in the midst of his fifth
him.” Argentina scored the next six, and team World Cup field, by region: 2020 second-round pick. Vegas also consecutive 20-goal and 50-point
Michael Frazier II led the U.S. (10- the U.S. then scored the final seven. Africa — Angola, Ivory Coast, received minor league forward season.
2) with 23 points. Charles Cooke “It’s one of the great honors of a Nigeria, Senegal, Tunisia. Vegas needed to improve its ros-
Tobias Lindberg in the trade.
added 10 for the Americans, whose lifetime to be able to coach a United Americas — Argentina, Brazil, ter given all the other moves made
Stone is a top-line talent the
spot in the World Cup field — where States basketball team with that Canada, Dominican Republic, by Western Conference contenders
Golden Knights hope can help
NBA players will take over for the G ‘USA’ across their chest,” Van Gundy Puerto Rico, United States, them make another deep playoff run at the NHL’s trade deadline . The
Leaguers who were called upon for said. Venezuela. as they did last year in getting to Jets acquired center Kevin Hayes
the qualifying games — was Asia — Australia, Iran, Japan, the Cup Final. from the Rangers, defenseman
clinched long ago. Argentina (9-3) Tip-ins Jordan, Korea, New Zealand, “He plays a complete game, Nathan Beaulieu from the Sabres
is also World Cup-bound. The roster that the U.S. will have Philippines. plays every situation, and he’s and depth forward Matt Hendricks
The U.S. trailed by as many as in China remains unknown and Europe — Czech Republic, going to really help our hockey from the Wild, while the Predators
nine in the fourth, and was down by almost certainly won’t be finalized France, Germany, Greece, Italy, club,” coach Gerard Gallant said. acquired winger Wayne Simmonds
six with 1:20 remaining before the before mid-July, but New Orleans’ Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, “He was the top guy on the board from the Flyers and Mikael
game-ending flurry. Anthony Davis has said he’s plan- Russia, Serbia, Spain, Turkey. and we went out and got him, so it Granlund from the Wild.
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16 Tuesday • Feb 26, 2019 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

High school manager with Everyone in the gym, even the

Sports brief rival team, cheered as Bryant land- WHAT’S ON TAP CIF PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
cerebral palsy plays in game sons on the sidelines. ed two 3-pointers late in the game,
Michigan high school basketball Grand Ledge coach Scott Lewis “It was amazing, man. It was the Waldorf-SF at Summit Shasta, 3 p.m.; University-SF Division I
teams set rivalry aside during their challenged his players to get ahead whole community, rather it be at Half Moon Bay, El Camino at Hillsdale, Head Royce No. 14 Menlo-Atherton (24-4) at No. 3 Clovis West
at Sequoia,Terra Nova at Menlo-Atherton, Carlmont (29-3), 7 p.m.
last regular season game so a stu- of Holt on Friday so Grand Ledge Holt, rather it be Grand Ledge — at Saratoga, Lincoln-SF at South City, 3:30 p.m.
dent team manager with cerebral senior Michael Bryant could com- everyone in the gym was cheering Division II
palsy could fulfill his dream of fortably have the chance to play, for the kid,” he said. “It was a real- Sacred Half Moon Bay at King’s Academy, Branham
No. 9 Serra (17-9) at No. 8 St. Patrick-St. Vincent-
Vallejo (20-11), 7 p.m.
playing after spending two sea- The Lansing State Journal reported. ly cool moment.” at Woodside, Sacred Heart Cathedral at Mills, Low-
ell at Terra Nova, Mercy-Burlingame at Gunn,
Mercy-SF at Sequoia, 3:30 p.m.; Crystal Springs at Division IV
No. 13 Brookside Christian-Stockton (26-3) at No. 4
Hourigan was a likely opening- Kennedy added two hits, while

Mercy-SF, 4 p.m.
Carlmont (22-6), 7 p.m.
day choice to take the ball. He Calvo and senior Cam Grant each Boys’ tennis
worked as part of the Dons’ starting produced RBIs. Burlingame at Woodside, Carlmont at San Mateo, Division V
Menlo-Atherton at Hillsdale, Half Moon Bay at Ca- No. 12 Nueva School (21-5) at No. 5 Liberty-Madera
rotation last year. The senior right- Hourigan cruised through the puchino, Mills at Westmoor, Oceana at Sequoia, 4 (28-4), 7 p.m.
Continued from page 11 hander had three pitches working next four innings, and totaled just p.m.
Saturday, including his four-seam GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
70 pitches on the day. Badminton Division II
fastball, his primary pitch. “We debated leaving Conor in Capuchino at South City, Westmoor at Carlmont, No. 16 Bradshaw Christian-Sacramento (18-13) at
start of league play March 19. As a El Camino at San Mateo, Menlo-Atherton at Terra No. 1 Menlo School (21-5), 7 p.m.
result of the injury, Donath got the “He’s definitely a power pitch- because he had a no-hitter, but it’s Nova, Crystal Springs at Woodside, Jefferson at Se- No. 10 Sequoia (25-4) at No. 7 Cosumnes Oaks-Elk
call after sharpening his catching er,” Souza said. “He throws a cutter so early in the season,” Souza quoia, 4 p.m. Grove (23-7), 7 p.m.
chops during the offseason, think- and a changeup, but his fastball is said. “We didn’t think the juice Boys’ volleyball Division III
ing it would lend extra depth for his best pitch.” was worth the squeeze.” South City at Capuchino, Carlmont at Mills, Hills- No. 9 Aragon (17-11) at No. 8 Eureka (21-10), 7 p.m.
dale at Menlo-Atherton, Sequoia at El Camino, 6
the Dons behind the plate, he said. The Aragon bats didn’t let Ingargiola and Stevens were p.m.
No.14 Lynbrook (22-5) at No.3 South City (20-9),7 p.m.
No. 11 Selma (28-3) at No. 6 Priory (15-12), 7 p.m.
Donath never expected such an Jefferson’s lead stand up long. The each making their varsity debuts No. 12 Marin Catholic-Kentfield (23-7) at No. 5 Sa-
in relief. College baseball
auspicious catching debut, Dons tied it in the bottom of the Cañada at Chabot-Hayward, Skyline at De Anza, 2
cred Heart Prep (16-11), 7 p.m.
though. first, then scored two in the second Next up, the Dons travel to p.m.; Monterey Peninsula at San Mateo, 2 p.m. Division IV
“I think I did pretty well,” Donath and six more in the third. Burlingame for a Friday night College softball No. 15 Argonaut-Jackson (23-8) at No. 2 Menlo-
said. “I caught a no-hitter. But our Sophomore Jace Jeremiah led the game under the lights of Atherton (16-11), 7 p.m.
San Mateo at Cabrillo, 3 p.m.
pitchers did really good. So, you’ve way, going 2 for 3 with a double Washington Park. First pitch is GIRLS’ SOCCER
got to give credit to them.” and two RBIs. Senior Drake scheduled for 7 p.m. Baseball Division II
Serra at Los Gatos, Fremont-Sunnyvale at San No. 7 Menlo School (20-1-2) at No. 2 Montgomery-
Mateo, Sacred Heart Cathedral at Woodside, Ca- Santa Rosa (18-3-3), 4 p.m.
puchino at Lincoln-SJ, 3:30 p.m.
Division III
Softball No. 8 Notre Dame-Belmont (14-7-1) at No. 1 Marin
Pioneer at Carlmont, 3:30 p.m.; Sacred Heart Cathe- Academy-San Rafael (19-2-1), 4 p.m.
dral at Aragon, Terra Nova at St. Ignatius, 4 p.m.
Division IV
Boys’ volleyball No. 7 Campolindo-Moraga (13-5-2) at No. 2 Sacred
Aragon at San Mateo, 6 p.m. Heart Prep (12-5-6), 4 p.m.

in 2019, staying in the Bay Area

LEASE was always the top priority. The

Raiders had talks about sharing a
stadium with the San Francisco
Continued from page 11 Giants, but that was opposed by
the 49ers. The Raiders also could
brought to the board for approval. look into sharing Levi’s Stadium
McKibben says that could happen with the 49ers, although owner
by the end of next week. Mark Davis has been opposed to
The Raiders have been searching that option.
for a home for 2019 before they The Raiders weren’t immediately
move to Las Vegas to play in a new available for comment on the sta-
$1.8 billion, 65,000-seat stadi- tus of the talks.
um. The team had pulled out of
lease extension talks after The NFL needs to get a final
Oakland sued the Raiders and the answer on where the Raiders will
NFL over the planned move to Las play in order to put together a
Vegas. schedule for the upcoming season.
But with the team planning to The schedule is expected to be
practice at its facility in Alameda released in April.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL HEALTH Tuesday • Feb 26, 2019 17

Congress mulls cap on what Medicare enrollees pay for drugs
By Ricardo-Alonzo Zaldivar Medicare beneficiaries taking brand-name
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS drugs. One co-sponsor is Minnesota Sen.
Amy Klobuchar, a Democratic presidential
WASHINGTON — With health care a top
In Des Moines, Iowa, retired special edu-
issue for American voters, Congress may
cation teacher Gail Orcutt is battling
actually be moving toward doing some-
advanced lung cancer due to radon exposure.
thing this year to address the high cost of
Although she has Medicare prescription
prescription drugs.
coverage, she paid $2,600 in January for
President Donald Trump, Democrats try- her cancer medication and will pay about
ing to retire him in 2020, and congression- $750 monthly for the rest of the year. She
al incumbents of both parties all say they said it cost more last year for a different drug
want action. Democrats and Republicans are — $3,200 initially and then about $820
far apart on whether to empower Medicare to monthly.
negotiate prices, but there’s enough overlap Someday her current drug may stop work-
to allow for agreement in other areas. ing, said Orcutt, and then she’d have to go
High on the list is capping out-of-pocket on a different medication. “What if that is
costs for participants in Medicare’s popular two or three times what I’m paying now?”
Part D prescription drug program , which she said. “It’s not sustainable. The country
has left some beneficiaries with bills rival- needs more problem-solving for the com-
ing a mortgage payment. mon good and not the corporate bottom
The effort to cap out-of-pocket costs for line.”
participants in Medicare’s popular Part D At a recent House Ways and Means
program is being considered as part of REUTERS
Committee hearing, three expert witnesses
broader legislation to restrain drug prices. Congress is considering ways to change Medicare’s prescription plan and cap what people with varied policy views concurred on limit-
Limits on high medical and drug bills are pay for medications. ing drug costs for Medicare beneficiaries.
already part of most employer-based and mainstays such as insulin. from seven pharmaceutical companies to a “This is still the only program that does not
private insurance. They’re called “out-of- “The issue has my attention,” said Sen. hearing Tuesday. provide that protection to its beneficiar-
pocket maximums” and are required under Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, chairman of the While Grassley said he hasn’t settled on a ies,” testified economist Joe Antos of the
the Obama-era health law for in-network Senate Finance Committee, which oversees specific approach, the committee’s top business-oriented American Enterprise
services. But Medicare has remained an out- Medicare. “Out-of-pocket costs are a con- Democrat, Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden, recent- Institute.
lier even as prices have soared for potent cern of ours, particularly at the catastrophic ly introduced legislation that would cap out- The House committee also oversees
new brand-name drugs, as well as older level.” His committee has summoned CEOs of-pocket costs at about $2, 650 for Medicare.

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Officials agreed to hire a polling compa- town and building a hotel on city property, obligations for retired workers, said Davis.

Continued from page 1
ny to collect community input on the pro-
posal to float a sales tax as soon as next
year. While officials have not formally
according to a city report.
Davis said officials are also focused on
assuring the city is operating smoothly as
Officials late last year projected San
Bruno could face a $1.7 million budget
deficit, while also looking at a variety of
approved pursuing a tax, initial indications part of the effort to keep costs low and pre- sizable capital improvement projects which
are that a sales tax could generate as much as vent taxpayers from shouldering the entire- may be necessary in the coming years.
of financial obligations looming on the $4 million annually — about $1.5 million ty of the budget balancing.
horizon. Among the initiatives considered to be
more than the amount generated by other “A big part of what we are looking at is addressed include a fire station rebuild
The San Bruno City Council will examine types of measure. streamlining processes and making sure it
during a meeting Tuesday, Feb. 26, the expected to cost between $10 million and
In advocating for the sales tax, officials is done in an efficient way,” she said. $12 million, as well as increased invest-
city’s budget during a discussion which Davis said she is optimistic keeping
comes in the aftermath of a decision to hire suggest its approval would make San Bruno ment in local streets to the tune of about $6
more competitive with surrounding cities operating expenses low will allow officials million to $8 million, fixing the stormwa-
a pollster gauging support for the potential to steer clear of needing to consider cuts to
tax. such as South San Francisco, Burlingame ter system and financing about $7 million
and Half Moon Bay, all of which recently core services such as police and fire, which in deferred maintenance. Budget priorities
Officials consider the tax one mechanism she said she is unwilling to examine.
in a variety of strategies available to approved tax increases. for the upcoming fiscal year will be dis-
Increased revenue could also allow the
improve the city’s financial footing which “This is all a part of our fiscal sustainabil- cussed during the upcoming meeting as
city to continue offering top tier services to
some are concerned may become less stable ity project, ” said City Manager Jovan well.
its residents, she said.
in coming years. Grogan, who noted the sales tax rate pro- “We have to be able to sustain the quality With the variety of economic concerns,
Councilwoman Laura Davis said she posed to be hiked by the measure is yet to be of our infrastructure of our city while also Davis said she believes perspective collect-
believes the potential tax is worth examin- determined. retaining quality staff,” she said. ed during the upcoming survey will offer
ing to offset the increased expenses facing Among the other strategies considered for Such services could be threatened by officials the clarity needed to move ahead
the city. solidifying the budget are establishing an increased operating expenses, inadequate appropriately.
“I think we need to look at all our ordinance regulating short-term rental income generated through the existing “We need to get a sense of how the resi-
options,” said Davis. properties, placing parking meters down- sales tax and pending heightened pension dents feel,” she said.

“It’s really stabilizing them and helping year ago. She said she keeps in mind that LifeMoves case managers do are incredibly

Continued from page 1
them to get to where they want … that is
ultimately housing, but throughout the
process, it’s a lot,” she said. “It’s ups and
many of the people she works with don’t
have anyone or anything else to fall back
on, which can really hinder their ability to
difficult, requiring them to change course
several times a day and be out on the streets
daily. But he pointed to their persistence in
downs and all arounds and there’s not one move forward with their lives. working to house the homeless as a key to
plan.” Knowing how many steps it can take for a the nonprofit’s success.
With many clients experiencing mental She said it can take some 15 interactions client to become housed, Asfour said seeing “Without that tenacity, the change would-
health crises, alcohol or drug addictions or a with the same person before someone really them with keys in their hands and in their n’t happen for people,” he said.
combination of challenges, the path toward wants to talk to her, so she’s prepared to be own home is nothing short of rewarding.
securing housing is different depending on persistent in her approach and showing “Even when we’re getting them housed, As a Bay Area native, Asfour said she’s
the individuals Asfour works with and the those she sees daily that she wants to meet sometimes they step back a little bit and grateful for the opportunity to be a part of
trauma they’ve experienced. Asfour works them where they are. She said simply smil- that’s where I come in and remind them her community through her work at
with some 17 to 20 people at a time, and ing can help develop relationships, and ‘you’ve accomplished all this,’” she said. LifeMoves. She said every time she visits
noted that for many of her clients, even always being consistent, approachable and Asfour’s manager Marc Sabin said clients or those she hopes to work with, she
waiting at the DMV for two hours to get an equipped with a kit or a pair of socks is also LifeMoves case managers see many home- recognizes she is in their environment and
ID card can be a big undertaking. something she strives for when she is doing less people who had jobs and homes in the is appreciative of the times she is welcomed
Asfour said she works with hospitals, outreach. recent past but have been forced into home- into their space. For her, being a part of just
police officers and other community-based “Sometimes they’re not receptive, and lessness as the cost of living has risen in a little bit of hope in someone’s life is what
organizations to keep her clients on the then maybe the 100th time they are recep- the last few years. As senior director for makes a challenging job worth it.
path toward housing, but noted she also tive and that’s OK,” she said. “That’s the regional outreach initiatives at LifeMoves, “I think just housing somebody and being
works closely with other LifeMoves staff process.” Sabin has seen those with domestic vio- able to watch them sign and watch them get
who help connect homeless individuals Asfour said she met many homeless peo- lence issues or mental health conditions the keys … giving them that little hope and
with Social Security and other benefits for ple while working at Trag’s Market at 303 struggle to overcome them with the addi- just being like, ‘wait a minute, I’m impor-
which they might have known they were Baldwin Ave. for some 13 years before she tional trauma of living in the streets. tant,’ … you can’t forget about that,” she
eligible. started her work at LifeMoves more than a Sabin said the jobs Asfour and other said.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL DATEBOOK Tuesday • Feb 26, 2019 19

Calendar For many, ‘Green Book’ win a confounding Oscar climax
By Jake Coyle grimace or two. It’s less ordinary to see tion. “Green Book” is the most divi-
TUESDAY, FEB. 26 Aging in Community. 7:30 a.m. to THE ASSOCIATED PRESS members of the crowd leap to their feet, sive, and by some measure, most criti-
DIY R ecording: Intro to Piano 8:30 a.m. San Mateo Sunshine
Roll. 4 p.m. South San Francisco Rotary, 6650 Golf Course Drive, wave their arms in disgust and nearly cally derided best-picture winner in
Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., Burlingame. Learn tips for healthy LOS ANGELES — An Academy stomp out of the theater. more than a decade. Its win was greeted
South San Francisco. Learn the aging. Free. For more information The cameras missed it, but that was by many as a sign that Hollywood may
basics to recording with just your call 683-0486. Awards that sparkled with more women
mouse and keyboard. Free. For and African-American winners than how Spike Lee responded in the Dolby have changed enough to honor the sec-
more information call 829-3860. March Free First Friday at the San ever before came to a screeching halt Theatre. After all, Lee has seen it ond and third black female non-acting
Mateo County History Museum.
Experience Virtual Reality. 6 p.m. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2200 Broadway, with the night’s final honor. Some before. Almost exactly 30 years ago, Oscar winners (as it did Sunday with
to 7 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Redwood City. Admission is free, would even call it a “Crash.” “Driving Miss Daisy” — a movie with costume designer Ruth E. Carter and
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. and two free programs are planned. a similarly simplistic view of race that production designer Hannah Beachler
Free. For more information and to At 11 a.m., preschool children are In a twist ending that shocked many
sign up call 591-8286. invited to learn about fishing, and of the Dolby Theatre attendees and is often compared to “Green Book” — for “Black Panther”), but it hadn’t pro-
will craft a toy fishing rod and paper those watching at home, Peter won best picture in the same year Lee’s gressed so far that it didn’t hand the
Jason Shiga Comics Work shop at fish to take home. Museum staff will
Burlingame Public Library. 6:30 conduct a special program within Farrelly’s hotly debated buddy road- incendiary “Do the Right Thing” came industry’s top award to a movie criti-
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Burlingame Public its Nature’s Bounty Gallery and will trip dramedy “Green Book” triumphed out. Backstage, Lee joked on the win cized for portraying a retrograde view
Library, 480 Primrose Road, hear the story, ‘The Berenstain at the 91st Oscars, complicating the for “Green Book” that “the ref made a of race as seen through a white protag-
Burlingame. Learn the secrets to Bears: Gone Fishin’.’ At 2 p.m., muse-
create your own interactive comics. um docents will lead tours of the story line on a night that had, until bad call.” onist’s eyes.
Registration required. Free. For museum for adults. For more infor- that moment, belonged to cultural “I’m snake bit. Every time somebody “Many of us in the black community
more information call 558-7407. mation email info@historysmc.org is driving somebody, I lose!” Lee, who would like to see greater recognition
or call 299-0104. milestones like Ryan Coogler’s
Resume Development Workshop. “Black Panther” and Alfonso Cuaron’s won his first competitive Oscar for the for movies about the black experience
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. San Mateo Public AAUW to hear about assault on border-breaking Netflix release, script to “BlacKkKlansmn,” told and not just for movies that make the
Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Title IX. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Learn how to make your resume Donato Enoteca, 1041 Middlefield “Roma.” reporters, laughing. “But they changed black experience comfortable for white
standout from the rest. Free, regis- Road, Redwood City. Alicia Hetman, It’s not unusual for the announce- the seating arrangement.” audiences,” television commentator
tration required. For more informa- California’s past president of the Lee was far from alone in his reac- and author Keith Boykin wrote.
tion call 522-7818. American Association of University ment of an Oscar winner to provoke a
Women, will discuss the Trump
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27 Administration’s assault on Title IX.
currently home to a one-story, 21,500- ing various scenarios for how to deal

Bill Sarnoff Painting Exhibit. 10 For more information call 591-2732.
a.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. square-foot warehouse constructed in with that situation,” de Melo said  
Third Ave., San Mateo. In his recent CuriOdyssey’s First Friday Family
series of oil paintings, he interprets Night. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey, 1962. GoPro occupies part of the According to LSA Associates, the
the style of the masters such as 1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. building, but it’s largely vacant, said
Velazquez, Rembrandt, Play, puzzle, navigate, create and Continued from page 1 future fire station could be 9, 400
Gainsborough and Reynolds, bring- build inside STEM Odyssey. Cost Community Development Director square feet and three stories tall and
ing them into the modern world. $8.50 to $13.50. For more informa- Carlos de Melo. access to both that building and the
For more information call 522-7818. tion call 342-7755. engineer identified potentially signif-
The applicant is requesting a rezone R&D office building would be provided
Step Into Spring. 5:30 p.m. to 8 icant and unavoidable traffic impacts.
Computer Coach. 10:30 a.m. to
p.m. South San Francisco Municipal
of the site to Planned Development to by Davis Drive. The fire station site
noon. Belmont Library, 1110
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Services Center, 33 Arroyo Drive, The proposed building at 2 Davis accommodate a building of greater would be graded as part of the office
Free. For more information call 591- South San Francisco. This event is Drive is 71,000 square feet with three height and scale than is allowed under building project and later constructed
8286. free and features a silent auction,
music and food. For more informa- floors of offices above one level of the current zoning, de Melo added. The by the city.
Kids’ Coding Club. 4 p.m. Grand tion call 302-9129. garage parking with 63 stalls. It is off proposed building is four stories or For the proposal, the consultant
Avenue Branch Library, 306 Walnut Ralston Avenue and near Ring Central, about 57 feet tall.
Ave., South San Francisco. Kids and SATURDAY, MARCH 2 anticipates less-than-significant
teens are welcome to visit the Coastside Fishing Club Swap Ralston Middle School and Crystal The project entails landscape impacts related to aesthetics, cultural
Grand Avenue library every Meet. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coastside Springs Uplands School. A surface
Wednesday to learn the basics of Fishing Club, 1 Johnson Pier, Pillar improvements and the applicant is resources, utilities and service systems
computer programming using the Point Harbor Upper Parking Lot, parking area would accommodate 150 also proposing to donate a 0.37-acre and wildfire, among other study areas.
fun and easy-to-use Scratch pro- Half Moon Bay. Bring all old, unused vehicles for a total of 213 parking portion of the land to the city for the
gram. Free. For more information or unwanted fishing and boating The council will not make any deci-
supplies and for a day of trading spaces, and that’s below the city’s construction of a new Fire Station 15,
call (415) 866-8909. sions about the proposed development
and story telling. Non-members pay standard zoning requirements, which which is currently located not far away
a $25 fee that includes a full year at the meeting as it’s in the very early
THURSDAY, FEB. 28 come out to 256 parking stalls for the on Cipriani Boulevard.
ESL Conversation Club. 10:30 a.m. membership. For more information stages of review and the first public
to noon Belmont Library, 1110 call 726-2926. proposed project. 
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont.
“That building is in need of an hearing is months away, de Melo
Practice speaking and listening in Women on Writing Annual The roughly 3.24-acre project site is upgrade and the city has been explor- noted.
English. Free. For more information Conference. 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
call 591-8286. Skyline College, Student and
Community Center, Building 6, 3300 able to complete it, according to pros- 60 days in county jail and three years
English Conversation. 10:30 a.m.
Grand Avenue Branch Library, 306
Walnut Ave., South San Francisco. A
relaxed, casual atmosphere for a
low-stress way to improving your
College Drive, San Bruno. Free. This
year’s keynote speakers are San
Mateo County poet Laureate Aileen
Cassinetto and award-winning fic-
tion/nonfiction writer Jacqueline
Continued from page 4
Sheriff’s deputies who arrived at the
scene found the victim and the severed
of supervised probation. He received
three days credit for time served,
according to prosecutors.
English skills. Free. For more infor- Doyle. Program also includes an piece of ear nearby and arrested Boror Having pleaded no contest to misde-
mation call 829-3860. open reading, student awards and
networking. Free. For more informa- and Bororcanel, who was allegedly meanor witness dissuasion, Boror was
tion call 738-4202. according to prosecutors previously. covered with blood on his face. The sentenced to one day in county jail and
Legal Planning for Alzheimer ’s
Disease. 10:30 a.m. to noon The father and son allegedly contin- victim was rushed to the hospital and two years court probation. He has been
Redwood City Public Library, Cat/Kitten Adoption Fair. 11 a.m. ued to beat their co-worker until a wit-
Redwood City. Learn about impor- to 2 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library also suffered multiple cuts, bruises and out of custody on a $35,000 bail bond
tant legal issues to consider, how to Ave., Millbrae. Foster parents and ness broke up the fight and the blood- a broken leg, according to prosecu- and received one day credit for time
put plans into place, and how to volunteers will be available to dis- ied man was able to leave the area. The tors. served, according to prosecutors.
access legal resources near you. cuss cat behavior and care. For
Free. For more information call 780- more information call 697-7607. witness began dialing 911 when Boror Out of custody on a $100,000 bail The defense attorneys for Boror and
7058. allegedly grabbed him in an attempt to bond, Bororcanel pleaded no contest Bororcanel could not be immediately
Short Stories for People with No
Time. 2 p.m. South San Francisco prevent the call, but the witness was to felony assault and was sentenced to reached for comment.
Homework Center for students
grades first through sixth. 3:30 Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Burlingame South San Francisco. Teen book
club focused on short stories, novel- the investigation before Tau was from this incident, San Mateo sees

Library, 480 Primrose Road,
Burlingame. Free. Repeats every las and other brief works. Free. For
Thursday until Thursday, June 13. more information call 829-3860. arrested, according to a press release. very little gang-related activity.
For more information call 558-7496. He was taken to San Mateo County “The way the economy has changed
Family Read Aloud. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Jail. in last 10 years, gangs in San Mateo
Estate Planning Fundamentals Continued from page 1
presented by Patricia De Fonte, Third Ave., San Mateo. Free for all Haobsh said police are still investi- have decreased because of the economy
ages. For more information call 522-
Estate Planning Attorney. 6 p.m.
7836. gating Tau’s motives and whether the and the price of housing has pushed a
South San Francisco Library, 840 W. ple search warrants and detectives incident is part of an ongoing fight lot of gang members out of San
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
California’s default estate plan, Local Art Studio Hosts Fundraiser questioned multiple people related to between gangs. He also said that aside Mateo,” he said.
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order To show Cause for order To show Cause for sTaTemenT of abandonmenT of summons fiCTiTious business name
Change of name Change of name
newsPaPer inTerns CASE# 19C1V00705 CASE# 19C1V00451
The use of a fiCTiTious business (CITACION JUDICIAL)
CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso):
sTaTemenT #280317
The following person is doing business
name sTaTemenT m-273023
JournaLism SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- 18CLJ01483 as: College Heights Church, 1150 W.
The Daily Journal is looking for in- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, doning the use of the Fictitious Business NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (AVISO AL HIllsdale Blvd, SAN MATEO, CA 94403.
terns to do entry level reporting, re- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Name: Adrian Albino Linares. Name of DEMANDADO): RUSSELL S GUTOW, Registered Owner: United Church of
search, updates of our ongoing fea- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Business: Adrian Floors. Date of original YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF Christ, Hillsdale, CA. The business is
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- PETITION OF PETITION OF filing:04/04/2017. Address of Principal (LO ESTÁ DEMANDANDO EL DEMAN- conducted by a Corporation. The regis-
so welcome. Matthew John Lucchio Place of Business: 1536 Sharon Place, DANTE): Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. trants commenced to transact business
Thet T Soe under their FBN on 12/10/1963.
SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registrant: noTiCe! You have been sued. The
We expect a commitment of four to TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Adrian Albino Linares, 1890 Egret Lane, court may decide against you without /s/Allen Hasse/
eight hours a week for at least four TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: your being heard unless you respond This statement was filed with the Asses-
Petitioner: Matthew John Lucchio filed a Petitioner: Thet T Soe filed a petition with Hayward, CA 94545. The business was sor-County Clerk on 2/7/2019. (Publish-
months. The internship is unpaid, but conducted by an Individual. within 30 days. Read the information be-
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- petition with this court for a decree this court for a decree changing name ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
changing name as follows: /s/Adrian Albino Linares/ low.
terns have progressed in time into as follows: This statement was filed with the Asses- You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after 2/12/19, 2/19/19, 2/26/19, 3/5/19).
paid correspondents and full-time re- Present name: Present name: Thet T Soe sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo this summons and legal papers are
porters. Matthew John Lucchio Proposed Name: Eric Chai served on you to file a written response
Proposed Name: County on 2/11/19. fiCTiTious business name
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- at this court and have a copy served on
College students or recent graduates Matthew John Hendrickson THE COURT ORDERS that all persons the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not sTaTemenT #280277
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper nal, 2/19/19, 2/26/19, 3/5/19, 3/12/19). The following person is doing business
interested in this matter shall appear be- protect you. Your written response must
experience is preferred but not neces- THE COURT ORDERS that all persons be in proper legal form if you want the as: OTech, 14 Muir Way, PACIFICA, CA
sarily required. fore this court at the hearing indicated 94044. Registered Owner: Michael Ol-
interested in this matter shall appear be- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- court to hear your case. There may be a
fore this court at the hearing indicated fiCTiTious business name court form that you can use for your re- sen, same address. The business is con-
Please send a cover letter describing tition for change of name should not be sTaTemenT #280105 ducted by an Individual. The registrants
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- granted. Any person objecting to the sponse. You can find these court forms
your interest in newspapers, a resume The following person is doing business commenced to transact business under
tition for change of name should not be and more information at the California
and three recent clips. Before you ap-
granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file as: Cinnabar Healthcare Solutions, 63 Courts Online Self-Help Center
their FBN on N/A.
ply, you should familiarize yourself a written objection that includes the rea- Bovet Road #317, SAN MATEO, CA /s/Michael Olsen/
with our publication. Our Web site: name changes described above must file (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your This statement was filed with the Asses-
sons for the objection at least two court 94402. Registered Owner: Jonathan H county law library, or the courthouse
www.smdailyjournal.com. a written objection that includes the rea- Chan, 1310 Avondale Road, HILLSBOR- sor-County Clerk on 2/4/2019. (Publish-
sons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing
OUGH, CA 94010. The business is con- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Send your information via e-mail to days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver 2/12/19, 2/19/19, 2/26/19, 3/5/19).
to show cause why the petition should ducted by an Individual. The registrants form. If you do not file your response on
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- be heard and must appear at the hearing commenced to transact business under
ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is time, you may lose the case by default,
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- their FBN on N/A. and your wages, money, and property fiCTiTious business name
#123, San Mateo CA 94402 not be granted. If no written objection is /s/Jonathan H Chan/
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the may be taken without further warning sTaTemenT #280459
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- This statement was filed with the Asses- from the court. The following person is doing business
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the petition shall be held on 3/13/2019 at 9 sor-County Clerk on 1/18/2019. (Publish- There are other legal requirements. You as: Stellar Eruption Entertainment, 1191
petition shall be held on 4/5/19 at 9 a.m., a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Alameda De Las Pulgas #18, BEL-
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this may want to call an attorney right away.
Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Red- 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19, 2/26/19). If you do not know an attorney, you may MONT, CA 94002. Registered Owner:
wood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Or- Order to Show Cause shall be published want to call an attorney referral service. If Jovan Nesbit, same address. The busi-
127 elderly Care der to Show Cause shall be published at at least once each week for four succes- you cannot afford an attorney, you may ness is conducted by an Individual. The
least once each week for four successive sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- fiCTiTious business name be eligible for free legal services from a registrants commenced to transact busi-
weeks prior to the date set for hearing on ing on the petition in the following news- sTaTemenT #280454 nonprofit legal services program. You ness under their FBN on N/A.
famiLy resourCe the petition in the following newspaper of paper of general circulation: The following person is doing business can locate these nonprofit groups at the /s/Jovan Nesbit/
guide general circulation: San Mateo Daily Journal as: Tsuki, 907 Martin Trail, DALY CITY, California Legal Services Web site This statement was filed with the Asses-
San Mateo Daily Journal Filed: 1/28/2019 CA 94014. Registered Owners: 1)To- (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- sor-County Clerk on 2/21/2019. (Publish-
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s moya Sasagawa, same address ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
twice-a-week resource guide for Filed: 2/13/2019 /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ nia Courts Online Self-Help Center
2)Alexander Nguyen, 17029 Atkinson (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by 2/26/19, 3/5/19, 3/12/19, 3/19/19).
children and families. /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 1/25/2019 Ave., Torrance, CA 90504. The business contacting your local court or county bar
Judge of the Superior Court
every Tuesday & weekend Dated: 2/13/2019 (Published 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19, is conducted by a General Partnership. association. noTe: The court has a stat- fiCTiTious business name
The registrants commenced to transact utory lien for waived fees and costs on sTaTemenT #280476
(Published 2/26/19, 3/5/19, 3/12/19, 2/26/19). business under their FBN on N/A.
Look for it in today’s paper to 3/19/19). any settlement or arbitration award of The following person is doing business
find information on family /s/Tomoya Sasagawa/ $10,000 or more in a civil case. The as: Green Natural Solar, 373 Half Moon
resources in the local area, This statement was filed with the Asses- court's lien must be paid before the court Lane #313, DALY CITY, CA 94015.
sor-County Clerk on 2/20/2019. (Publish- will dismiss the case. Registered Owner: Hua Jiang, same ad-
including childcare. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ¡AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no re- dress. The business is conducted by an
order To show Cause for 2/26/19, 3/5/19, 3/12/19, 3/19/19). sponde dentro de 30 días, la corte puede Individual. The registrants commenced
order To show Cause for Change of name decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver- to transact business under their FBN on
Change of name Case# 19C1V00476 sión. Lea la información a continuación. 3/7/2011
203 Public notices CASE# 19C1V00450 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, fiCTiTious business name Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- /s/Hua Jiang/
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, sTaTemenT #280370 spués de que le entreguen esta citación This statement was filed with the Asses-
fiCTiTious business name
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, The following person is doing business
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, y papeles legales para presentar una re- sor-County Clerk on 2/22/2019. (Publish-
sTaTemenT #280204 as: 1)Cook with Pina 2)Cooking with Pi- spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
The following person is doing business 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 na, 2040 Forestview Ave., HILLSBOR-
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 que se entregue una copia al deman- 2/26/19, 3/5/19, 3/12/19, 3/19/19).
as: Nutmegg’s, 2045 Harding Ave., SAN PETITION OF OUGH, CA 94010. Registered Owner: dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni-
MATEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: PETITION OF Phuoc Tan Huynh Parvatiben Z. Patel, same address. The ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es-
Meghan L. Nava, same address. The Win, San S business is conducted by an Individual.
business is conducted by an Individual. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The registrants commenced to transact
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor-
recto si desea que procesen su caso en
295 art
The registrants commenced to transact TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner: Phuoc Tan Huynh filed a peti- business under their FBN on Feb. 5th la corte. Es posible que haya un formu-
business under their FBN on N/A. Petitioner: Win, San S filed a petition with oiL PainTing-CanVass, Victorian
tion with this court for a decree changing 2019. lario que usted pueda usar para su re- Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
/s/Meghan L. Nava/ this court for a decree changing name name as follows: /s/Parvatiben Z. Patel/ spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu-
This statement was filed with the Asses- OBO (650)515-6091
as follows: Present name: Phuoc Tan Huynh This statement was filed with the Asses- larios de la corte y más información en el
sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2019. (Publish- Present name: Win, San S sor-County Clerk on 2/12/2019. (Publish- Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Proposed Name: Anh Minh Lang TaPia: PainTing, seasCaPe,
2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19, 2/26/19).
Proposed Name: Lily C Chai ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- FRAMED, w/light, 60"sq., $499.OBO.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons 2/26/19, 3/5/19, 3/12/19, 3/19/19). teca de leyes de su condado o en la Local Artist, Call for info (650)303-1670
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear be- corte que le quede más cerca. Si no
sTaTemenT of abandonmenT of interested in this matter shall appear be- puede pagar la cuota de presentación,
fore this court at the hearing indicated fiCTiTious business name pida al secretario de la corte que le dé 296 appliances
The use of a fiCTiTious business fore this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
name sTaTemenT 274668 below to show cause, if any, why the pe- sTaTemenT #280156 un formulario de exención de pago de
tition for change of name should not be The following person is doing business cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a air CondiTioner 10000 BTU w/re-
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban- tition for change of name should not be
doning the use of the Fictitious Business granted. Any person objecting to the as: Sequoia Hospital, 170 Alameda De tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file
Name: Jamal Zumot/Osama Haddad. Las Pulgas, REDWOOD CITY, CA plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the rea- 94062. Registered Owner: Dignity Com-
Name of Business: Avocado Toast. Date eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- 0898
a written objection that includes the rea- sons for the objection at least two court munity Care, CO. The business is con- cia.
of original filing: Aug 16, 2017. Address sons for the objection at least two court
of Principal Place of Business: 226 E. days before the matter is scheduled to ducted by a Corporation. The registrants Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- free washer and 220v dryer, both
days before the matter is scheduled to commenced to transact business under mendable que llame a un abogado inme-
3rd Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg-
be heard and must appear at the hearing be heard and must appear at the hearing working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
istrants: Jamal Zumot and Osama Had- to show cause why the petition should their FBN on 1/1/2019. diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, move, stairs.
dad, 115 Appian Way, So. San Francis- to show cause why the petition should /s/Elizabeth Shih/ puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a
not be granted. If no written objection is not be granted. If no written objection is
co, CA 94080. The business was con- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- This statement was filed with the Asses- abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- gLass-PaneL LamPshade. Similar
ducted by a General Partnership. timely filed, the court may grant the peti- sor-County Clerk on 1/24/2019. (Publish- gado, es posible que cumpla con los to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
/s/Jamal Zumot/ tion without a hearing. A hearing on the tion without a hearing. A hearing on the requisitos para obtener servicios legales
petition shall be held on 3/12/2019 at 9 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
This statement was filed with the Asses- petition shall be held on 3/13/2019 at 9 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19, 2/26/19). gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- $75 (650)727-7266
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar
County on 2/13/19. Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Order to Show Cause shall be published hoTPoinT heaVy Duty Dryer excellent
Order to Show Cause shall be published fiCTiTious business name web de California Legal Services, working condition Burlingame $50 Call
nal, 2/19/19, 2/26/19, 3/5/19, 3/12/19). at least once each week for four succes- at least once each week for four succes- sTaTemenT #280197 (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro Dan (408)656-0958
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- The following person is doing business de Ayuda de las Cortes de California,
ing on the petition in the following news- ing on the petition in the following news- as: Shahangian Properties, 1600 Jeffer- (www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en mayTag washer excellent working
paper of general circulation: paper of general circulation: son Ave., REDWOOD CITY, CA 94062. contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
San Mateo Daily Journal San Mateo Daily Journal Registered Owner: Mohammad Shahan- gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte
tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los (408)656-0958
Filed: 1/28/2019 Filed: 1/28/2019 gian, same address. The business is
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ conducted by an Individual. The regis- costos exentos por imponer un grava-
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ men sobre cualquier recuperación de mfg h20Labs Model 300 exc cond
Judge of the Superior Court trants commenced to transact business counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
Judge of the Superior Court under their FBN on 7/14/18. $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me-
Dated: 1/25/2019 Dated: 1/25/2019 diante un acuerdo o una concesión de
/s/Mohammad Shahangian/ new, singer Sewing Machine Univer-
(Published 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19, (Published 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19, This statement was filed with the Asses- arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil.
2/26/19). 2/26/19). sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
sor-County Clerk on 1/28/2019. (Publish- Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, antes de que la corte pueda desechar el
2/12/19, 2/19/19, 2/26/19, 3/5/19). caso. Tiffany sTyLe Lamp shade. Older-
The name and address of the court is (El multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650)
nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU- 727-7266.
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 County VaCuum CLeaner (reconditioned)
Center, Redwood City, CA 94063-1655 $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645
The name, address, and telephone num-
ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with-
out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc- 297 bicycles
ción y el número de teléfono del aboga-
do del demandante, o del demandante aduLT bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal-
que no tiene abogado, es): REESE LAW loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
GROUP, Harlan M. Reese, 118226, Jo-
seph M. Pleasant, 179571, James E. De- ChiLd’s sChwinn biCyCLe, bLue in
laney, 292600, Dana N. Meyers, 272640, good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
3168 Lionshead Avenue, Carlsbad, CA
92010; 760/842-5850 (File No. 553245) mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good.
DATE (Fecha): MAR 23 2018 Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220.
tario), by MIRNA P. RIVERA-MARTI- mounTain bike new 21 gears $100.
NEZ, Deputy (Adjunto) (650)722-3634
noTiCe To The Person serVed: mounTain bike. Top brand. Runs
You are served 1. as an individual de- good. $39. (660)342-5220
2/26, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19/19 298 Collectibles
san maTeo daiLy JournaL 15 LP ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo-
gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and
more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839

1984 Time magazine. Special 1994

Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition.
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842
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298 collectibles 302 antiques 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 310 misc. For Sale 311 musical instruments
coLLectaBLe caBBage Patch Kids roSeViLLe tuLiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. dining taBLe (36"x54") and 4 match- thomaSViLLe dining table, $50 4 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint, eVerett uPright antique piano.
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New $45. (650)574-2490. ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for chairs, mid-century blonde with two no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 $250 .(650)-654-1930. leaves call (650)697-3709.
(650) 572-8895 BeSSY SmaLL Evening Hand Bag With huge Ludwig Drum Set Silver Sparkle
303 electronics dining taBLe - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT tiki Bar - Original from the 60’s,Like Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
dePreSSion gLaSS Dining Plate. 8 Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. cannon coPier. $20. 650-342-5220. lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. (650)245-4234. BiFoLd ShutterS 2x28”x79 $10.00 (916)975-4969
$12 (650)762-6048 (650)544-5306
Free teLeViSion - Mitsubishi, dining taBLe -and six chairs,Antique Piano-andrew kohLer, Mahogany,
gameS oF the 23rd Olympiad maga- 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not Duncan Phyfe,78”x42”, with leaf, Perfect twin Bed, mattress, box spring, frame BLue oYSter cult lp signed by donald Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $400
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local Cond. $3600.00 (650)888-2662 $ 50. (650)598-9804. r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash (415)334-1980
0842 Delivery available. (408)661-6019
dreSSer-antique VanitY Combo, 3 twin Bed- Free you pick up. Call
Lennox red Rose, Unused, hand onkYo aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 (650)344-2109 candeLaBra-SiLVer PLated tar- PLaYer Piano 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, (650)290-3188 nish resistant,5 light, 11”tall, 11”wide, sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 two wood Book Shelves, $75 with Made in England, $45 (650)222-2025 www.elo.deals
engLiSh draw Table, $50 Solid Wood drawers and pull-down desk call
miLLer Lite Neon sign , work good PhiLLiPS-50” coLor t.V., Heavy, $99 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, (650)697-3709 caSh regiSter Parts; Much Skin Not SPinet Piano + Bench, $50. Call
$59 call (650)218-6528 (650)591-8062 call(650)697-3709 Guts $500 (415)269-4784 (650)589-1407
uSed Bedroom Furniture, FREE. Call
oLd, antique, Bottle Collection: 20 (650)573-7381. comeaLong 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) Vintage autoPiano upright player
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 304 Furniture entertainment caBinet, 42"W x
31"H. Two drawers at bottom, dark finish. 873-6304 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
waLL unit/room Divider. Simple message or email flycsir@hotmail.com
antique dining table for six people Good condition $75 (650)722-6318 lines. Breaks down for transportation. coSco PLaY Pen with travel bag. Used
one coLLection of antique Cuban
Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message once $35 (650)591-2981 wurLitzer uPright piano. Fair con-
Texting. ethan aLLen sofa and love seat. Blue dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
antique mohaganY Bookcase. Four waLnut cheSt, small (4 drawer with cut gLaSS serving bowl 8" diameter
SmaLL rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 $25. Call 650-921-4016
4162 or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- 312 Pets & animals
BeautiFuL dreSSer, dark wood fin- stering. Free. (650)593-7001. white wicker Armoire, asking $100, deLuxe FoLder Walker - 5" wheels -
Star warS R2-D2, original 1998 un- ish and like new $100 (650)722-6318 great condition, text for picture (650)571- Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 one kenneL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. gLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- 0947 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
Steve 650-518-6614 BeautiFuL headBoard for a queen lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. driVe 3-wheeL buggy $45. Call (650)593-2066
sized bed. Medium brown finish. Ask for wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x (650)589-1407
Stemmed crYStaL. 3 styles. 13 photo $40 (650)722-6318 ikea dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. Free magazineS. Library discards Parrot cage, Steel, Large - approx
pieces. Pattern: "Catherine". 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
BedStead SingLe, poster style, box year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
$45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839
spring, mattress available. $40.00. ikea taBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. 306 housewares crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 offer. (650)245-4084
(650)593-7408 $ 30. (650)598-9804.
toPPS BaSeBaLL complete set 1987 Bread maker-zoJiruShi $85 Call
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- mahoganY tV Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W (650)222-2025
hat, t-Shirt, sweatshirt and comput- 316 clothes
4474 Beige SoFa $99. Excellent Condition erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697-
(650) 315-2319 3709 aLFani woman faux-leather jacket.
comPLete Set OF CHINA - Windsor LioneL chriStmaS Holiday expan- Perfect condition. Plum/2x/NWT $25
Vintage Stemware: 3 styles, 23
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 Brown LiVing room chair with cush- Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings, sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 (650) 952-3466
ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D. new deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must 20-pieces in original box, never used. LioneL weStern Union Pass car and
$80.00. Transport yourself. Call $250 per box (3 boxes available).
299 computers (650)872-2371 Sell! (650) 875-8159.
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 Brown Sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
19" coLor Monitor with stand VG con- Bunk BedS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 niagara ViBrating Adjustable bed motLeY crue lp signed by neil lee
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan crYStaL wine glasses new (12ea) sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 FancY high heel shoes, never worn
dition power cord/owners manual includ- years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 B/O (650)685-2494 (408)656-0958 $20.00 Call 650-592-2648
negrini Fencing Epee mask size M
china caBinet Wallet, $20. Call oFFice tYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid hummeL waLL Plate 71/2"dia. 1981 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
recordaBLe cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- Boy w/umbrella $15. (650)344-4756 (415)260-6940 Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, (650)589-1407 wood with formica wood grain top $25
(650) 787-9753 color in excellent condition 3/4
(650) 578 9208 mikaSa Set. White. Modern (square) oLd B&L Microscope in good condition; length $50 (650)692-8012
commode, good condition. $20 obo.
Please call (650)745-6309 queen SoFa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
300 toys Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition,
oLd StYLe Water dispenser-iron stand-
kaYano men’S Running shoes size 11
good condition $20 (650)520-7045
comPuter deSk (glass) & chair. Like call (650)697-3709 new "BeLLa" buffet tripple slow cooker
american FLYer locomotive runs new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or . and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873-
gtecher@comcast.net 6304 knee-high BLack women's boots,
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 2648 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
recLining chair, wine colored $30,
comPuter deSk with 3 side drawers . raY-Ban toP Bar Sunglasses $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
JumP and Play Keyboard brand new, in (650)-583-4985 PreSSure cooker-Brand New
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask $50 (650)222-2025 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or retro hutch Needs refinishing other- wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- LadieS Sequin dress, blue, size XL,
leave message wise good condition. Top detaches from weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
Star warS Celebration 3 Darth Vader
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 bottom $25. (650)712-9962 6596 men'S StetSon hat, size large, new,
comPuter SwiVeL CHAIR. Padded roYaL- oPenhagen xmaS Wall
Plates 7 7/8" dia. 1976, l980,1984 $10 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 SoFa-Beige FaBric, Orig. $900, SamSonite 26" tan hard-sided suit
302 antiques Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 ea. (650)344-4756 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
(650) 578-9208
cozY recLiner in good condition. (650)234-8218 $45. (650)328-6709
antique hemingraY Glass Tele- Purchased one year ago. $90.00 Sink douBLe cast iron. Good condi- rain BootS black & white polka dot,
graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris- (650)722-6318 size 8, Sloggers brand. $15.00 call
SoLid wood Dining table with exten- tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 SiLk Saree 6 yards new nice color.for (650)872-2371
tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762- sion great piece great condition black $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
6048 deSk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. $80 (650)364-5263 tea Set-SiLVer Platted, Coffee Pot, formation.
(650)458-3578 ShoeS Size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
Tea Pot, Water Pot, Cream And Sugar (650)508-8662
Beer SteinS-originaL from Germa- SoLid wood Entertainment Center- $175 (650)222-2025 Sink, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In $15.00 (650)544-5306 tuxedo Size 40, black, including white
dining room Table-Antique,Oak, Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
(650)592-7483 5chairs, w/ extension $200 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o SLr LenS Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6
(650)290-3188 (925)482-5742 Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171 wedding dreSS-deSigner, Size 12,
307 Jewelry & clothing Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
mahoganY antique Secretary desk, taBLe 24"x48" folding legs each end. SLr LenS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 for $500 Call (650)867-1728
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- gentLY uSed coffee table; cherry fin- Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost anne kLein silver-tone watch with Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di-
ish/traditional $40 (650)722-6318 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
al. $70.00 call(650)872-2371
woman'S american Rag faux leather
tireS-Set oF four P225 45 R18 $80 jacket. Perfect condition. Black
OBO (650)359-2238. /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
308 tools tunturi rowing Machine, Good woman'S tahari jacket. Perfect con-
Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
2 craFtSman 16in Reel Mowers new
in box $40 each(650)766-4858 uniden harLeY Davidson Gas Tank (650) 952-3466
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
antique iron Hand Drills. 3 available work BootS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron waLker - Good Condition - Like New - brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
$35 (650)341-5347 In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
BriggS & Stratton Lawn Mower with
Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. 318 Sports equipment
(650)771-6324. 311 musical instruments
Big Bertha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
craFtSman 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" 1929 antique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call (415)999-4474
Lg craFtSmen shop vac 6.5hp $60 Brand new Golf bag with Stand.
(510)943-9221 chromatic harmonica: Horner Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, No Texting.
ShoPSmith mark V 50th Anniversary (650)278-5776.
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. Brand new golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
(650)504-0585 Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
ePiPhone LeS Paul Custom Prophecy gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
Vintage craFtSman Jig Saw. Circa Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
1947. $60. (650)245-7517 (650)421-5469. knee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269

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318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 630 Trucks & SuV’s 670 Auto Service
EASTOn AluMinuM bat.33 inches, 30 MErCEDES 1994: E320- 169,800 FOrD ‘10 F150 Super Crew cab, 78K
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
GArAGE SAlES Don’t lose money miles, runs great, Black, 4dr, $5,000 boo
miles. System-One toolboxes and rack.
$16K contact or text (650)520-3725 AA SMOG
EVErlAST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and on a trade-in or Complete Repair & Service
Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966 ESTATE SAlES consignment! niSSAn ‘12 Leaf, Electric, low mileage 635 Vans $29.75 plus certificate fee
34,500 Excellent condition (650)796- (most cars)
GuThy-rEnkEr POWEr Rider,Ever- 3896.
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- Make money, make room! TOyOTA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con- 869 California Drive .
erciser $20 (510)770-1976 Sell your vehicle in the POnTiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum
dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K Burlingame
miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
lEAThEr GOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
List your upcoming Daily Journal’s Rims with good tires. Needs engine craigslist for pics. (650) 340-0492
work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell
(650) 592-2648. garage sale, Auto Classifieds. 9650)714-3865.
moving sale, 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
MEn'S rOSSiGnOl Skis. $95.00,
VW ‘13 TIQUAN, SUV, white, 80K miles,
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Most senior Catholic charged with child sex abuse convicted
By Rod McGuirk Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The jury also found Pell guilty of indecent-
ly assaulting one of the boys in a corridor
MELBOURNE, Australia — The most sen- more than a month later.
ior Catholic cleric ever charged with child sex Pell had maintained his innocence through-
abuse has been convicted of molesting two out, describing the accusations as “vile and
choirboys moments after celebrating Mass, disgusting conduct” that went against every-
dealing a new blow to the Catholic hierar- thing he believed in.
chy’s credibility after a year of global revela- His lawyer had told the jury that only a
tions of abuse and cover-up. “mad man” would take the risk of abusing
Cardinal George Pell, Pope Francis’ top boys in such a public place. He said it was
financial adviser and the Vatican’s economy “laughable” that Pell would have been able to
minister, bowed his head but then regained expose his penis and force the victim to take
his composure as the 12-member jury deliv- it in his mouth, given the cumbersome robes
ered unanimous verdicts in the Victoria state he was wearing.
County Court on Dec. 11 after more than two Both he and Chief Judge Peter Kidd urged
days of deliberation. the jury of eight men and four women not to
The court had until Tuesday forbidden publi- punish Pell for all the failings of the Catholic
cation of any details about the trial. Church, which in Australia have been stag-
Pell faces a potential maximum 50-year gering.
prison term after a sentencing hearing that “You must not scapegoat Cardinal Pell,”
begins on Wednesday. He has foreshadowed Kidd told the jury.
an appeal. The revelations came in the same Along with Ireland and the U.S., Australia has REUTERS
month that the Vatican announced Francis been devastated by the impact of the clerical Cardinal George Pell arrives at the County Court in Melbourne, Australia.
approved the expulsion from the priesthood abuse scan-
for a former high-ranking American cardinal, dal, with a
Theodore McCarrick, for sexual abuse of R o y a l
minors and adults. Commission
The convictions were also confirmed days inquiry find-
after Francis concluded his extraordinary sum- ing that
mit of Catholic leaders summoned to Rome 4,444 people
for a tutorial on preventing clergy sexual reported they
abuse and protecting children from predator had been
priests. abused at
The jury convicted Pell of abusing two 13- more than
year-old boys whom he had caught swigging 1 , 0 0 0
sacramental wine in a rear room of Catholic
Melbourne’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral in late institutions
1996, as hundreds of worshippers were a c r o s s
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Pence in Colombia announces new sanctions on Maduro

By Ben Fox and Joshua Goodman to do more,” Pence said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “The day is coming soon
when Venezuela’s long
BOGOTA, Colombia — The Trump admin- nightmare will end, when
istration announced new sanctions Monday Venezuela will once more
on allies of Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro as it be free, when her people
struggles to find new ways to boost his will see a new birth of
opponent after an effort to deliver humani- freedom, in a nation
tarian aid to the economically devastated reborn to libertad.”
nation faltered amid strong resistance from Pence’s appearance
security forces loyal to the socialist leader.
Nicolas Maduro before the Lima Group
Vice President Mike Pence arrived in the comes at an important
Colombian capital for an emergency sum- crossroads for the coalition of mostly con-
mit of regional leaders to discuss the deep- servative Latin American nations and
ening crisis and immediately met with Juan Canada that has joined forces to pressure
Guaido, the opposition leader the U.S. and Maduro. A month after Guaido declared him-
50 other nations recognize as Venezuela’s self interim president at an outdoor rally,
rightful president. hopes that support for Maduro inside the
In a speech, Pence urged regional partners military would quickly crumble have faded.
to freeze oil assets controlled by Maduro, Over the weekend, security forces on the
transfer the proceeds to Guaido and restrict borders with Colombia and Brazil fired tear
visas for Maduro’s inner circle. He said the gas and buckshot on activists waving
REUTERS U.S. was imposing more sanctions on four Venezuelan flags while escorting trucks
Mike Pence, right, and Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido shake hands. pro-government governors, including a with emergency medical and food kits. Four
c l o s e people were killed and at least 300 wounded,
Maduro ally although only a few were hospitalized.
who negoti- While Colombian authorities said more
ated the than 160 soldiers deserted their posts and
release of an sought refuge across the border over the
Am e r i c a n weekend, the highest-ranking among them
jailed for was a National Guard major. No battalion or
more than division commanders have come forward to
two years. challenge Maduro despite almost-daily calls
“It’s time by Guaido and the U.S. to do so.