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by Audrey Cunningham Masks have long been used for costumes and disguises, as well as cosmetic and surgical purposes. This week’s Tidbits reviews some betterknown masks and the faces behind them. • The most famous mask in popular culture might be that of the Lone Ranger. According to legend, the Lone Ranger fashioned his famous mask from the fabric of his brother’s vest. His brother, a Texas Ranger, died in an ambush at the hands of the Butch Cavendish Gang. The original mask worn by TV’s Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, is on display at the Smithsonian Museum. • The first professional hockey player to wear a protective face mask was goaltender Clint Benedict of the Montreal Maroons. In 1930,he made some adjustThe Funnest Cafe in Newport! ments to a football mask and wore it for five games 6th Street & Hwy 101 to allow his broken nose to heal. Across from Lumbermen’ • The three masks worn by the Leatherface character 541-574-6847 in the 1974 film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre were almost thrown away – by director Tobe Hooper’s mother! Ed Neal, who played the hitchhiker in the film, rescued the masks. He kept one for himself and auctioned off the other two. turn the page for more!

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BEHIND THE MASKS (continued):

• The best-selling Halloween masks for the past several years have included horror-film characters such as Freddy Krueger, Jason Vorhees, Dracula, and the Wolfman. Popular movies and news stories also spawn related Halloween masks. This year, for example, Batman masks are big sellers due to the huge success of the movie The Dark Knight. Sales of candidates Barack Obama and John McCain masks are also spiking thanks to the upcoming presidential election. • The familiar “comedy” and “tragedy” masks that symbolize the theater originated in ancient Greece. The masks date back about 2,500 years ago, where they were worn by performers in early Greek plays. Back then, theaters were so large that many audience members had difficulty seeing the performers’ facial expressions. The oversize, exaggerated masks helped to convey the proper emotions of the actors. • British actor James Purefoy was originally cast as the title character in the 2006 film V for Vendetta. But he quit after three weeks of filming and was replaced by another actor, Hugo Weaving. Purefoy’s complaint? His face was not to appear throughout the entire film. The mysterious character was required to wear a Guy Fawkes mask at all times. “Even Batman gets to take his mask off sometimes,” said Purefoy. • In the late 1990s, the Fox television network aired a series of specials called Magic’s Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed. The shows were hosted by “the Masked Magician,” who revealed the secrets behind some of magic’s most famous illusions. He revealed his identity on the final special; he’s a Las Vegas stage magician named Leonard Monatono, and performs magic under the showbiz name Val Valentino. • The mask (and then face paint) worn by comedian Jim Carrey in his 1994 film hit The Mask were only part of his character. He also donned oversized novelty teeth, intended to be seen in scenes with no dialogue. But Carrey practiced diligently and

learned to speak well enough while wearing the teeth. As a result, he was able to use them throughout the movie. (He liked them and felt they made his character appear even more “over the top.”)

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"Three Men And A Baby": What you get when four men go fishing and one comes back not catching anything. Catch Fish? Dennis had an awful day fishing, sitting in the blazing sun all day without catching a single one. On his way home, he stopped at the Fish market and ordered four Tuna fish. He told the fish salesman, “Pick four large ones out and throw them at me, will you?” “Why do you want me to throw them at you?” “Because I want to tell my wife that I caught them.” “Okay, but I suggest that you take the Cod.” “But why?” “Because your wife came in earlier today and said that if you came by, I should tell you to take the Cod. She wants that for supper tonight.” • What has no beginning, end or middle and touches every continent? The ocean

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Signs You May Be Too Old Did you hear Fish Bits is now for Trick-or-Treating Sponsored by A neighbor compliments you Seal Rock Store! on your Keith Richards Now if we could just get mask...and you’re not a sponsor for wearing one. our brag page.... interested call You give away the “chewy” Lu 541-921-7281 candies because they wreak havoc with your dentures. You have to avoid porches with too many steps ever since your hip replacement surgery. You have to choose a mask that won’t dislodge your hairpiece. Other trick-or-treaters avoid you because they’re tired of hearing how much bigger candy bars were “in your day.”

BEHIND THE MASKS (continued):

• Starsky & Hutch star David Soul was an actor and a singer. Before he hit it big on TV (and scored a song hit with “Don’t Give Up on Us”), Soul donned a ski mask and played the talk show circuit under the stage name “The Covered Man.” • Burt Ward wore a raccoon-like mask as Robin the Boy Wonder on TV’s Batman. As a result, he had to perform many of his own stunts. Co-star Adam West wore a cowl that covered most of his head, so it was easy to substitute a stuntman for Batman’s more perilous scenes. Ward’s mask left most of his face visible, so it was hard to fool the audience with a replacement. He suffered many bumps and bruises while filming the show. • Surgeons first wore masks during operations not for sanitary purposes, but to protect themselves from the odors emanating from their ill patients. Quite often, they’d dab peppermint oil inside their masks to stifle the stench. It wasn’t until the late 19th century that Dr. Joseph Lister discovered a connection between germs in the operating room and infections in surgery patients. • The masked character Zorro first appeared in 1919 in a novel written by Johnston McCulley. In the original story, Zorro was the alterego of master swordsman Diego de la Vega, a freedom fighter who lived in California during the Spanish colonial era. • In the Phantom of the Opera musical that has wowed the theater-going public since 1986, the Phantom wore a white half-mask. But when Lon Chaney portrayed the Phantom in the famous 1925 film, he didn’t don a mask. The “Man of 1,000 Faces” stuffed the inside of his cheeks with cotton and built up his outer cheeks with collodion, a celluloidlike film. He glued a strip of fish skin to his nose and used false teeth made from gutta-percha, a type of latex. • Chemical warfare was introduced during World War I. The French used ethyl bromoacetate, and the Germans retaliated with chlorine. Since horsepower (literally speaking) was still a major means of transport at the time, special gas masks were devised for equine wear. Cheesecloth and oilcloth were outfitted with a metal mouthpiece and an outlet valve, then placed over the horse’s nose and mouth for protection. • On TV (or in real life), you may see a violent suspect appear in court with what looks like a white half-mask covering the lower part of his or her face. That particular restraint is part of a line of law-enforcement equipment made by TranZport. The “Spit Net” is fitted to belligerent prisoners to prevent them from spitting or biting. They are constructed to be humane to the prisoner while providing ample protection to police and court officers. • When Darth Vader was finally unmasked in the film The Return of the Jedi, the face revealed was not that of tall British bodybuilder David Prowse, who’d worn the costume up until then. It was actor Sebastian Shaw, who was chosen by George Lucas because he looked more “paternal.” Prowse, however, claims that the change was made to discourage him from negotiating a higher salary for future films in the Star Wars series.


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Saturday, Oct 25, Lincoln City 10 a.m. – 3 p.m Classic Roast Chicken at the Pacific Coast Center for Culinary Arts Master this simple preparation as part of a rustic French supper during this hands-on class with the PCCCA;s new executive chef. Explore wine pairings during the meal portion of this class. Menu: Learn to make a pan sauce, roast vegetables along side the chicken, create a simple salad with a classic vinaigrette, and finish with a perfect creme bruelle. This class runs from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. and cost is $60, with a meal included. *Newport 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Creatures of the Night at the Aquarium Oregon Coast Aquarium http://www.aquarium.org/events.asp?sid=3 Come experience the elaborate annual Halloween Party, Creatures of the Night, offering a safe environment for a fun family celebration featuring activities for all age groups. Admission is substantially reduced for the event with Aquarium members entering free. Non members who donate a new, unwrapped toy or 2 items of non-perishable food items for Lincoln County Food Share or pet food for Lincoln County Animal Shelter will enter free. All other adults pay $2 and kids $1. * Sea Lion Encounter 10 a.m. – 11 a.m Learn about the Aquarium’s pinnipeds, get a sea lion kiss from Lea and explore behind the scenes at the aquarium. Make reservations in advance by calling 541-8673474 Ext. 2313. (Limit 10 people per encounter). 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. Ages 8 and up $40 nonmembers, $35 members. Oregon Coast Aquarium. Newport, Oregon *Waldport Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm Harvest Fest/ Pumpkin Carving Contest/Face Painting Who: Shorebirds, Waldport Photo and Gifts, Allstate Realty, Tropical Treats and the Waldport Chamber of Comemrce Where: On the Corner of 101 and Hwy 34, Waldport * Yachats 7 p.m. - 11 p.m 3rd Annual Brushwhackers’ Halloween Ball. A family evening of dancing and traditional Halloween activities, including costume contests, pumpkin carving, mask making. 7 p.m. - 11 p.m. Yachats Commons, W 4th St. and Hwy 101. Yachats, October 25 & 26.Lincoln City Hunting Mushrooms and Putting Them Into Words with Nancy Weber and Carol Bassett at the Sitka Center. All skill levels welcome. To register or find out more please call 541-994-5485 or visit www.sitkacenter.org. Three Rocks Road, by Cascade Head (just north of Lincoln City). Oct 27 - Oct 31 Toledo Scarecrow Festival Contact: www.portoftoledo.org October 31 Depoe Bay Halloween Carnival Fun games and food for children 0 – 12. Sponsored by the teens. Location: Depoe Bay Community Center Cost: Free *Toledo Trick or Treat Toledo Contact: www.portoftoledo.org *Nye Beach 4-5pmTrick or Treat Bring your little goblins and ghosts, princesses and pirates and have fun Trick or Treating at Nye Beach. Sponsored by the Nye Beach Merchant Assoc. The following merchants will be handing out treats : Cafe Stephanie, Toujours, Village Market & Deli, Sandbar Sports Bar, Nana’s Irish Pub, Nye Beach Market, For Artsake, Nye Beach Cottages, Raindance, Latitude 44, Jovi, Tea Party, Dapper Frog, Grand Victorian, Illingworths, Linda & Michael Photography. FMI Nancy Mandish, Dapper Frog Gallery, 541-265FROG Email: nyebeach@dapperfrog.com Fees/Admission: Free *Newport Chamber Luncheon City Council Candidates Forum 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM Location: Shilo Oceanview Resort FMI 265-8801 Fees/Admission: $10 HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

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Do you have a SCARY Housing situation Check out Chris’ Tips and Hints of the week. The initial panic is subsiding and we are coming to grasps that the solutions will not all come from our leaders. We are resilient and we are problem solvers. We are caring and look out for others and will help them thru these changes. The path ahead of us will require us to take a path that is less easy. We can do it! There seems to be several immediate or imminent concerns such as the stock market, banking, mortgage market and of course the election. In our community we have a people that know us and care about us. As changes affect each one of us we need to seek out our professionals and get advice. If you have saved and invested then your financial advisor is just a phone call away. Call your bank and inquire about your accounts with your banker. If you have mortgage questions call a mortgage loan specialist, whether it be an independent or your bank. The mortgage industry has had many changes over the past year. How we got there – is important. How we are going to overcome and survive it - is even more important. Home owner-ship is one of the cornerstones to every community. It is creates “neighborhoods” where kids can grow up and where we can grow old and cherish our memories. But even more important is that it provides for a stable community. With pride of ownership the neighborhoods grow and thrive, and with that the population of our community has the ability to grow, and the economy becomes strong and prospers. It hurts each time I see that a home is facing foreclosure. It is important to know that there is help for everyone and assistance is available. There are a number of skilled professionals – aside from the immediate lender that can help turn a horrible situation into something manageable. There are counselors and advisors and loan professionals that at a minimum can discuss the options available. There are (continued)


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Chris’ Hints and Tips (continued) a number of skilled professionals – aside from the immediate lender that can help turn a horrible situation into something manageable. There are counselors and advisors and loan professionals that at a minimum can discuss the options available. There are several solutions and the key is to act as soon as the problem begins. Foreclosures take time and it is important to use that time to consider solutions. Many people think that the mortgage industry has failed and banks are unable to make loans. The fact is the mortgage industry began many of their corrections months ago. In September Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac received support from the federal administration with goals that need to be completed. They still have funds for loans; and are a driving force in the mortgage industry. In March the use of FHA or Federal Housing Administration stepped up to the challenges facing home owners. FHA is a self funded government agency that insures mortgage loans and they have been around since 1934. They have their own guidelines and they are motivated to provide home owner- ship for purchases and refinances. FHA recognizes the economic stimulation to the country as a whole and the local communities that are served with home owner-ship. The local communities remain vital and stable and our public service, schools and retailers can continue without worry as our neighborhoods stay strong. It is important to act on your questions and get satisfactory answers; not only for buying a home or refinancing or selling your home but also for any question that you may have regarding your financial situation. Each one of us can assist and promote correction and recovery in the economy by participation.

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SENIOR NEWS LINE by Matilda Charles Medicare Part B Premiums Unchanged For the first time since 2000, we won't see an annual increase in monthly premiums for Medicare Part B. The majority of us will continue to pay the $96.40 per month. Unless we have a lot of money, that is. For those who have more than an $85,000 modified adjusted gross annual income for a single person ($170,000 for a couple filing jointly), the monthly premium will go up roughly $135 to $308 per month depending on income. That's not to say we're getting a gift with this no increase in premium cost. We've paid higher premiums in recent years, so a contingency reserve could be built up. Not only that, but a whopping $9.3 billion (yes, billion, with a "b") was given back to Medicare after it was accidentally spent (since 2005) for hospice care, a program that should have been paid for by another part of Medicare. Medicare Part B covers things like doctor visits, wheelchairs and other medical equipment, things that don't involve being in a hospital. We pay a deductible of $135 for that, and it's not going up. Medicare Part A (the part that pays for hospital stays, nursing homes and some home health-care services) will see an increase in the deductible of $44, bringing it up to $1,068 when we go into the hospital. Those of us who have the full 40 quarters of Medicare-covered work don't pay a monthly premium. Those who don't have at least 30 quarters however, however, will have an increase in the Part A premiums they already pay, up to $443 per month for next year. Those who have 30 to 39 quarters will pay $244 per month.

VA Reaching Out to Vets with VA Survey Mortgage Problems The Department of Veterans Affairs will be calling

Peake: VA Has a “Solid Record of Success” in Helping WASHINGTON – Many home owners have found it difficult recently to pay their mortgages, but quick intervention by loan counselors at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has actually reduced the number of veterans defaulting on their home loans. “VA is reaching out to veterans -- both those who use our home-loan guaranty program and those who don’t take advantage of our guaranties -- to keep people in their homes,” said Secretary of Veterans Affairs Dr. James B. Peake. “I’m proud of our solid record of success in helping veterans and active-duty personnel deal with financial crises.” Accounting for much of this success are VA counselors at nine regional loan centers who assist people with VA-guarantied loans avoid foreclosure through counseling and special financing arrangements. The counselors also can assist other veterans with financial problems. VA counselors have helped about 74,000 veterans, active-duty members and survivors keep their homes since 2000, a savings to the government of nearly $1.5 billion. Depending on a veteran’s circumstances, VA can intercede with the borrower on the veteran’s behalf to pursue options -- such as repayment plans, forbearance, and loan modifications -- that would allow a veteran to keep a home. To obtain help from a VA financial counselor, veterans can call VA toll-free at 1-877-827-3702. Information about VA’s home loan guaranty program can be obtained at www.homeloans.va.gov.

Since 1944, when home-loan guaranties were offered with the original GI Bill, VA has guarantied more than 18 million home loans worth $911 billion. Last year, about 135,000 veterans, active-duty service Matilda Charles regrets that she cannot personmembers and survivors received loans valued at WANT TO RUN YOUR OWN NESS? ally answer reader questions, but BUSI will incorporate nearly $24 billion. Publish a Paper in Your Area

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About 2.3 million home loans still in effect were purchased through VA’s home-loan guaranty program, which makes home loans more affordable for veterans, active-duty members and some surviving spouses by protecting lenders from loss if the borrower fails to repay the loan. More than 90 percent of VA-backed home loans were given without a downpayment. April data shows that foreclosures are down more than 50 percent from the same months in 2003. VA attributes this to prudent credit underwriting standards, its robust supplemental loan servicing program and VA financial loan counselors.

42,000 veterans in an annual random survey between now and Thanksgiving week. Don't hang up when it does. Your answers really matter. If you're enrolled in the VA health-care system, your answers could translate into more money for VA. It'll be looking for information to help make projections on enrollment, costs and future utilization of services. The information from each annual survey is compared with information from previous surveys, allowing the VA to spot trends and plan ahead. Granted, you likely won't have an opportunity to ask questions about your particular situation. Judging from the information in previous surveys, your responses likely will be limited to the questions asked. There's the standard stuff -- age, race, marital status, years of service, income, work status and priority group number. Then it wants to know about any insurance, as well as the number of prescriptions taken. Another section had questions about planned future use of VA health-care services. That last one, if the question is still on this year's survey, might be the most important. In the past, interviewers have asked if participants planned to use VA health care for prescriptions, specialized primary or backup care, or as a safety net. Only one section on previous surveys made me nervous: perceived health status. If you respond in October that you're in tip-top shape, there might be a question if later on you decide to file for serviceconnected benefits. Overall, though, it's better to be honest if you're called to participate in the survey. The results of previous surveys can be found at http:// www1.va.gov/vhareorg/reports.htm. Most interesting are the graphics that show the breakdown of enrollees across the country by state. Write to Freddy Groves in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to columnreply@gmail. com. (c) 2008 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Q: I live on a fixed income, and with rising prices and this poor economy, I worry about being able to pay the bills. The one thing I never want to skimp on is caring for my two cats, Farley and Socks. But I am worried about having enough money for vet bills should they fall sick. What can I do? -- Gloria in Los Angeles A: These really are worrisome times, and pet care can fall by the wayside when pet owners are trying to pay for necessities. However, there are low-cost services available for pet owners, especially in big cities. The American Animal Hospital Association (www.aahahelpingpets.org), through its Helping Pets fund, can help pay for part or all of a pet's veterinary care. Larger pet hospitals often offer programs for pet owners with limited means. Universities that teach veterinary medicine might offer discounted services. Contact one in your area and ask what programs it offers. Keep an eye out for coupons and discount programs offered by local veterinary clinics. These offer things like free office visits and discounts on routine services. Senior services in many towns and cities organize sessions to give rabies shots and other necessary vaccinations, for free or little cost. In short, there are programs out there to help owners pay for their pets' medical costs, but they are not always widely advertised. The best thing to do is start looking for low-cost care options now, while your pets are healthy and you have time to sift through the information. Talk to your regular vet and friends who have pets, call your city or county animal shelter and senior services department, ask the manager of your favorite pet store -- there are many resources available. Send your tips, questions and comments to Paws Corner, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or e-mail them to pawscorner@hotmail.com. (c) 2008 King Features Synd., Inc.


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