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Dec.24-25,2011
Vol XII,Edition 111
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Nurses can come back this weekend
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE
Registered nurses at nine SutterHealth-managed hospitals in theBay Area who went on a 24-hourstrike Thursday will not be allowedback to work until Saturday,offi-cials said Friday.In an echo of a similar move fol-lowing a strike in September,Sutterhas brought in replacement nurseson five-day contracts and will notallow the striking nurses to return towork until Saturday morning. Thereplacement nurses will be paid forfive days but will only work twodays,officials said.Thursday’s strike saw about 90percent participation among theapproximately 4,000 nurses repre-sented by the California NursesAssociation at the affected hospi-tals,according to union spokesmanCharles Idelson.
By Bill Silverfarb
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Having a safe place to live duringthe holidays is a “blessing”for res-idents of the Vendome,residentCassandra Roberts told the DailyJournal Thursday.The Vendome,run by the ShelterNetwork in partnership with thecity of San Mateo,houses 16 menand women who spent years livinghomeless on the streets in the area.Thursday,the nonprofit and theSan Mateo Police Departmentthrew its third annual holiday partyfor Vendome residents,handing outpresents,singing and sharing ameal together.Roberts has lived at the Vendomein downtown San Mateo for almosttwo years now,after turning to thestreets when her Belmont studio
Safe for the holidays
BILL SILVERFARB/DAILY JOURNAL
Cassandra Roberts,53,lives at the Vendome in San Mateo,a housingfacility run by the Shelter Network.The Vendome provides permanentsupportive housing for the formerly homeless.The nonprofit agencyheld a holiday party for Vendome residents Thursday.
By Heather Murtagh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Holidays are about traditions —the absence of which can be sad.That’s where volunteers oftencome in.For example,a Christmas Evedinner will be served at ShelterNetwork’s Maple Street Shelter inRedwood City Saturday eveningthanks to the efforts of local volun-teers.Michael Sporer and his wife LisaLeving Sporer got involved withtheir temple,Congregation BethJacob in Redwood City,about nineor 10 years ago. Since then,thecouple has gone from simply help-ing to prepare the food to coordi-nating dinner for Christmas Eveand Easter. Now serving the foodhas become their tradition,onewhich helps others.“The holidays are difficult foreveryone. It’s especially difficultfor the most disenfranchised,”saidBrian Greenberg,vice president of programs and services at ShelterNetwork.Those who are recently home-less or dealing with poverty areoften disconnected from familyand forced to move a lot,raisingchances for anxiety and depres-sion,said Greenberg. With thehelp of donations and volunteers,Greenberg noted some of the tra-ditions like Christmas gifts andtraditional family meals can beheld for those being served by
Volunteers making timeto create new traditions
 The San Francisco Zoo celebrated the coming of winter in a big way on Wednesday.The polar bear habitat wasconverted into a winter wonderland with the help of the San Francisco Ice Company.It donated 10 tons of icewhich it converted to snow and blew into the enclosure.In addition,zoo staff served the bears ‘popsicles’madewith fish,carrots,honey and meat juice.Uulu,having finished her winter treat,looks ready to take a nap.
WINTERATTHEZOO
By Natasha Artavia 
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
When it comes to turning the monotony of everyday life into pop and rock songs and bal-lads with a humorous twist,San Mateo resi-dent Lauren Mayer has such a knack she doesit for a living.Working as a corporate coach to help a vari-ety of businesses add a bit of humor to theircompany presentations,even for the most seriousof subjects,Mayer,53,adds flair and entertain-ment while still incorpo-rating the foundation of the meeting.“An agent saw me per-
A comedic take on Hanukkah
Lauren Mayer
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
A Sacramento man accused of a four-dayarmed robbery spree in San Mateo County attwo check cashing outlets and a pawn shopearlier this month is wanted on a no-bail war-rant after failing to appear in court Friday.Delaudea Deshaun Else,19,pushed for aspeedy prosecution since his arrest,decliningto waive time before the preliminary hearing.However,Else did not show up Friday morn-ing for the hearing and a judge issued the war-rant. Else also forfeited the $150,000 bailbond he posted Dec. 14 unless he is returnedwithin six months.San Mateo police arrested Else after con-necting him to a string of crimes beginningDec. 5. Authorities say just after 11 a.m. thatMonday,Else robbed the Check’n Go at 3880El Camino Real and later robbed a victim of alaptop computer and cash at the Best
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This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1814
The War of 1812 officially ended as theUnited States and Britain signed theTreaty of Ghent.
“Christmas comes,but once a year is enough.” 
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Former presidentof Afghanistan,Hamid Karzai,is54.“American Idol”host Ryan Seacrestis 37.
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In 1524,
Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama — who had dis-covered a sea route around Africa to India — died in Cochin,India.
In 1809
,legendary American frontiersman Christopher “Kit”Carson was born in Madison County,Ky.
In 1851,
fire devastated the Library of Congress inWashington,D.C.,destroying about 35,000 volumes.
In 1865,
several veterans of the Confederate Army formed aprivate social club in Pulaski,Tenn.,called the Ku Klux Klan.
In 1871,
Giuseppe Verdi’s opera “Aida”had its world premierein Cairo,Egypt.
In 1943,
President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed Gen.Dwight D. Eisenhower supreme commander of Allied forces inEurope as part of Operation Overlord.
In 1951,
Gian Carlo Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors,”the first opera written specifically for television,was firstbroadcast by NBC-TV.
In 1961,
the Houston Oilers won the second American FootballLeague Championship Game,defeating the San DiegoChargers,10-3.
In 1968
,the Apollo 8 astronauts,orbiting the moon,read pas-sages from the Old Testament Book of Genesis during aChristmas Eve telecast.
In 1980,
Americans remembered the U.S. hostages in Iran byburning candles or shining lights for 417 seconds — one sec-ond for each day of captivity. Karl Doenitz,the last leader of the Third Reich following the suicides of Adolf Hitler andJoseph Goebbels,died in West Germany at age 89.
Ten years ago:
Officials said President George W. Bush hadcreated a formal line of succession at several key federal agen-cies in the event a Cabinet secretary were to be killed or inca-pacitated.Songwriter-bandleader Dave Bartholomew is 91. Author MaryHiggins Clark is 84. Federal health administrator Anthony S.Fauci is 71. Recording company executive Mike Curb is 67.Rock singer-musician Lemmy (Motorhead) is 66. Sen. Jeff Sessions,R-Ala.,is 65. Actor Grand L. Bush is 56. ActorClarence Gilyard is 56. Actress Stephanie Hodge is 55. Rock musician Ian Burden (The Human League) is 54. Actor AnilKapoor is 52. Actor Wade Williams is 50. Designer Kate Spadeis 49. Rock singer Mary Ramsey (10,000 Maniacs) is 48. ActorMark Valley is 47. Actor Diedrich Bader is 45.Gene Autry (1907-1998) was inspired towrite the song “Here Comes SantaClaus”(1947) while riding his horsedown Hollywood Boulevard during aChristmas parade in 1946.***Santa comes down Santa Claus Lane inthe song “Here Comes Santa Claus.”***The movie “A Christmas Story”(1983)is about Ralphie,a 9-year old that des-perately wants an official Red Ryder car-bine-action 200-shot range model BBrifle for Christmas. His mother,teacherand even Santa Claus all tell him he willshoot his eye out,but ultimately hereceives the gift.***The most recorded holiday song is“White Christmas.”There are over 500versions of the song recorded in severallanguages.***The same poet that wrote “America theBeautiful”(1904) is credited with creat-ing Mrs. Claus. Can you name the poet?See answer at end.***The snowman becomes Parson Brownand a circus clown in the Christmascarol “Winter Wonderland.”***The poem “The Night BeforeChristmas,by Clement Clarke Moore(1779-1863),was first published on Dec.23,1823 in the Troy Sentinel,a NewYork newspaper. Father Christmas isnever referred to as Santa Claus in thepoem. He is called St. Nicholas.***Elmo Shropshire is Dr. Elmo,the singerand songwriter of “Grandma Got RunOver by a Reindeer”(1979). Shropshireis a veterinarian. He established an ani-mal clinic in San Francisco and current-ly lives in Marin County.***In the Netherlands,Santa Claus has ahelper named Black Peter who judgeswhich children were bad during the year.Peter leaves bad children sticks and salt.***A Christmas tree has been lit atRockefeller Center in New York since1931. The tree is usually a NorwaySpruce,and is between 75 and 90 feettall. Over five miles of lights are used todecorate the tree.***Early in his presidency,one of PresidentTheodore Roosevelt’s (1858-1919) plat-forms was forest conservation. He didnot allow Christmas trees in the WhiteHouse because he thought they depletedthe forests.***The first piece of music ever broadcaston radio was “O Holy Night.OnChristmas Eve 1906,Canadian inventorReginald Fessenden (1866-1931) used anew type of generator to broadcast overthe airwaves. He read from the Bible andplayed O Holy Night on his violin.***Elvis Presley (1935-1977) recorded“Blue Christmas”in 1957 for his firstChristmas album. The song was origi-nally recorded in 1950 by country artistErnest Tubb (1914-1984).***Sweden celebrates the Festive Day of Santa Lucia on Dec. 13,to mark thebeginning of the Christmas season. Inthe fourth century,Santa Lucia deliveredfood to needy Christians. She wore awreath of candles on her head to lighther way.***
 Answer
:Katherine Lee Bates (1859-1929). The Maine native wrote the poem“Goody Santa Claus on a Sleigh Ride”(1889) in which Mrs. Claus helps her husband get ready for Christmas. Her many responsibilities include mendingstockings,baking cookies and tending tothe reindeer. Bates,a professor at Wellesley College,was so awed by a visit to Pikes Peak in Colorado that she wrote“America the Beautiful.”
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