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February 4, 2014

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“T” TOWNS (continued): • When Taipei 101 opened in 2004, this 101-floor skyscraper grabbed the title of world’s tallest building and remained so until 2010. It’s located in Taipei City, the largest city in Taiwan and capital of the Republic of China. The city was founded in the early 1700s and developed into an important overseas trade center over the next 100 years. It’s home to several ornate temples, including the Longshan Temple, constructed in 1738. In 1945, the temple was badly damaged when it was hit by American bombers who believed the Japanese were hiding armaments inside. • On the northwest shore of Lake Ontario lies Toronto, Canada’s largest city. The city takes its name from an Iroquois word meaning “place where trees stand in the water.” Toronto ranks high on the list of the world’s “most livable cities” based on quality of living. Its low crime rate also makes it one of the safest major cities in North America. The homicide rate there is about 3.3 per 100,000 people, compared with Atlanta, Georgia at 19.7. Covering an area of 243 sq. miles (630 sq. km), Toronto has about 2.6 million residents, 49% of whom were born outside Canada. It’s obvious the city’s residents enjoy ice sports, as there are 52 outdoor ice skating rinks in the city. • Canada isn’t the only place where you’ll find Toronto. There are five U.S. states with a community by that name – Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Ohio, and South Dakota. • Five U.S. states and a Canadian province have also honored the Native American leader of the Shawnee by naming a community Tecumseh. Born in Ohio, Tecumseh (“Shooting Star” or “Panther Across the Sky”) grew up to be a key figure in the War of 1812. He is quoted with these words of wisdom: “Live your life so that the fear of death can never enter your heart. Love your life, perfect your life, beautify all things in your life.”

Debit cards are tied directly to your bank account, and your money can vanish. What will you do while all the facts are being uncovered and the fraud revealed? In the event of a large credit/debit-card grab, such as we’ve just witnessed, your situation might not be sorted out for months. By law the bank has to investigate within 10 business days, but what happens if your vehicle or mortgage check tries to clear during that time and your account has been emptied? Voted #1

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• Any ATM location that’s not out in public. An out-of-the-way spot is more likely to have been tampered with. • New businesses. Let others be the first customers until all the bugs are worked out in their security. Add to this list small businesses, carryout establishments and restaurants. • Making large purchases. You won’t have the protection of a credit-card company if something is wrong with what you buy. • A down payment on any item. The balance can be taken at the wrong time. Do you see the pattern here? The advice is to not use debit cards, at least not until the financial world has managed to make our transactions completely secure. (That’s not going to happen until we start using the microchip-based cards as they do in other countries.) If you object to paying the interest on a credit card, have the money ready to send the minute your statement arrives, or even sooner. Or open a second account to be used with your debit card and keep limited funds in it. If the information is compromised and the money taken, the damage will be smaller. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@gmail.com. (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.


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“T” TOWNS (continued): • Back in 1950, NBC radio was home to a popular radio quiz show known as Truth or Consequences. Looking for a creative way to celebrate the program’s tenth anniversary, the host Ralph Edwards announced that he would air the program from the first American town to rename itself after the show. Hot Springs, New Mexico jumped at the chance, and on March 31 of that year, the residents voted in favor of the switch, and the very next day, Ralph Edwards and the crew flew in for the anniversary broadcast. For the next 50 years, Edwards visited the town each May for their annual fiesta. Every April 1, Truth or Consequences, or “T or C” as the locals call it, celebrates Ralph Edwards Day. • A small Japanese fishing village named Edo founded around the year 1200 has grown to the world’s most populous metropolitan area with 8,949,447 residents. Edo was renamed Tokyo in 1868, when it became the imperial capital. Tokyo’s entire urban area has a population of 35,623,327. The city had already reached 1,000,000 people back in the 1720s. It’s not only the most populous city in the world, it’s also the most expensive, with the highest cost of living worldwide. • Texas is home to the towns of Telephone and Telegraph. Telephone, Texas was named because the only telephone in the area was in the community’s general store. About 210 people live there these days. Telegraph’s name was based on all the telegraph poles cut to build communication lines to the U.S. Army forts just east of town. Today, it’s pretty much a ghost town, population, 3.

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• If you like fireworks, you’ll love the city of Tondabayashi, Japan, home to the largest annual fireworks display in the world. Several displays are held every August, with the main display consisting of 120,000 shells fired in less than an hour. • The Native Americans gave Ten Sleep, Wyoming its unusual name. This Indian rest stop was 10 days’ travel, or “10 sleeps” from Fort Laramie to the southeast and Montana’s Indian Agency to the northwest. Today this little community boasts 260 residents.

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• Mahatma Gandhi called Thiruvananthapuram, India, that country’s “Evergreen City.” This ancient city has been a busy trade center since 1000 B.C. It is home to the temple of Vishnu, the richest temple in the world, with its monumental items and assets valued in the $15 billion range. • Edgar Rice Burroughs was 35, nearly broke, and selling pencil sharpeners when he wrote the first Tarzan book. Beginning in 1912, Burroughs published 26 novels about our favorite jungle hero. His success allowed him to purchase a 550-acre ranch north of Los Angeles, which he appropriately named Tarzana. Within in a few years, the city had grown to surround the ranch, and Burroughs sold off part of his property for new homesites. This small community, incorporated in 1917, is still known as Tarzana, California, with a population of around 35,000.

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by Samantha Weaver • It was famed cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead who made the following sage observation: "One of the oldest human needs is having someone to wonder where you are when you don’t come home at night." • If you're like the average American, you will eat about 150 bananas this year -- 26 pounds worth. • Up until the 1500s, the accepted way of dealing with a patient who was hemorrhaging was to cauterize the wound, often with boiling oil or red-hot irons. It was in the latter part of the 16th century that a French surgeon named Ambroise Pare began tying off the broken blood vessels with cord. That's pretty much what surgeons do today. • It's been estimated that a million pigeons live in New York City. • When pop star Christina Aguilera is on tour, she insists on having a police escort. She hates to be stuck in traffic. • Next time you're heading to Illinois, you can stop off in Metropolis and visit the selfdeclared birthplace of Superman. In honor of their hometown superhero, the citizens erected a 15-foot bronze statue of him on Main Street.

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*** Thought for the Day: "Show me a hero, and I will write you a tragedy." -- F. Scott Fitzgerald (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc. Seven U.S. communities have been named for America's 27th President, William Howard Taft. Taft's first major political job was as Teddy Roosevelt's Secretary of War. Five years later, Taft was President. Eight years after his presidency, Taft was selected as the Chief Justice of the United States, the only person to have been both President and Chief Justice.

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MOPS (Mother of Preschoolers) 9:30-11:30 am; Eastgate SDA Church, 380 Tausick Way, Walla Walla. Come & connect with other moms. Brunch and child care are provided for this potluck and play date. Come and have some much needed "mom" time. For more info: Call 509-301-4866 or email mops@eastgatesdachurch.org

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First Thursday Concert at St. Paul's 12:15-12:50 pm; St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 323 Catherine Street, Walla Walla. This concert will feature Amu Dodds, voilin; Phill Thompson, cello; and Kristin Vining, piano. Admission is free. Donations gratefully accepted and will be given to Walla Walla Children's Home Society, the charity of the performers' choice. For more info: Call 509-529-1083

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2/7,8,14,15,16 "The Boys Next Door" 8 pm (2 pm matinee on the 16th); Little Theatre of Walla Walla, 1130 Sumach, Walla Walla. The Boys Next Door deals with four men with mental disabilities who live in a group home. For more info: Call 509-529-3683 or online at www.ltww.org 2/8

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Gardening for the Beginning or Casual Gardener 6:30-8:00 pm; Sustainable Living Center, WWCC, Water & Environmental Center, 500 Tausick Way, Walla Walla. Join SLC and WSU Master Gardeners in a casual and stress free introduction to gardening. The class will keep it simple and provide lots of tips on selecting a site, soil preparation, and what types of items grow best in our climate. Beginners welcome! Workshop is free and designed for all ages. For more info: Call 509-524-5218 or online at www.sustainablelivingcenter.com

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IT’S VAL- DAY Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but this week Tidbits is switching the focus to other words that begin with Val-. • According to ancient Norse mythology, Valhalla is a majestic hall where the souls of heroes slain in battle are received. The Valkyries are the maidens of the god Odin who choose which soldiers will die and then escort them to the afterlife. According to legend, the helmeted Valkyries descend from the heavens in bolts of lightning wearing waist-length armor carrying brightly-shining spears. In 1870, composer Richard Wagner wrote his well-known opera “The Valkyries,” containing the famous piece “Ride of the Valkyries,” in which the mythological creatures greet each other and sing their battle-cry. Fans of the animated Elmer Fudd might know that he frequently sings, “Kill the wabbit, kill the wabbit” to this tune as he stalks Bugs Bunny. • The adventures of another mythical Norse figure are chronicled each week in the Sunday newspaper’s comics section. Artist Hal Foster introduced Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur in 1937, and the story has continued for more than 3,900 strips. Prince Valiant is a Nordic prince from the Norwegian west coast who, in sixth-century England, journeyed to Camelot, where he became friends with Sir Gawain, Sir Tristram, and Merlin. King Arthur respected Valiant enough to dub him a Knight of the Round Table. The Prince owns a magical singing sword named Flamberge, crafted by the creator of Arthur’s powerful Excalibur. Valiant met his lady love Aleta, Queen of the Misty Isles on a Mediterranean island. He married her in a 1946 comic, and they had children in 1947, 1951, 1962, and 1982, and a grandchild in 1987. The tale was made into a movie by 20th-Century Fox in 1954, starring Robert Wagner as Valiant.

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VAL-! (continued): • Northeastern Italy is home to a wine-producing region that is the source for one of the most famous red wines in the world, Valpolicella. Only Chianti ranks higher in total Italian wine production. Three varietals of grapes give this dry table wine its light fragrant flavor and aroma, the Corvina Veronese, Rondinella, and Molinara. • Many people who suffer from insomnia opt to use an herbal supplement taken from the root of the valerian plant. Since ancient times, this medicinal herb has been used as a remedy for sleep disorders. Even Hippocrates was aware of its sedative properties. Some followers of alternative medicine also swear by valerian’s abilities to treat nervous tension, excitability, stress, intestinal cramps, and as a muscle relaxant. • There are two major varieties of oranges, navels and Valencias. So what’s the difference? Navels are available from November through May, while Valencias are in season from February through October. Navels are the ones with the button formation on the end and are seedless. Valencias are thin-skinned with seeds, and have a very high juice content. • Most folks know that the valedictorian is the student with the highest rank in a graduating class. But how many know that a valetudinarian is a person with a weak or sickly constitution, who is always concerned about becoming a chronic invalid? Another val- word, valediction, refers to the act of bidding farewell.

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