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Walla Walla Union Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Walla Walla, Washington A2 Walla Walla Union bulletin around the world governor Boko Haram kills 56 in Borno state syrian official unknown damage at Palmyra Temple Page two monday August 31, 2015 Maiduguri Nigeria a islamic extremist group Boko Haram killed 56 villagers in a Remote area the governor of Borno state of the Region said sunday As the government warned the extremists Are trying to extend their violent Campaign gov. Kashimu Settima confirmed the attack in Bacanu Village during a meeting with the parents of the 219 girls abducted from a school in the Region by the extremists last year. Thursday marked 500 Days of Captivity of the girls from a school in Chitbok. A i want us All to understand that the Boko Haram crisis is a calamity that has befallen us As the insurgents do not discriminate whether somebody is Christian or Muslim neither do they have any tribal sympathy or affiliations. Just yesterday they killed 56 people in Bacanu Village of Ngantai local government As i am speaking to you their corpses Are still littered on the Street of the Village because virtually everyone in the Village had to run for their Damascus Syria a a syrian official in charge of antiquities said today his government has not been Able to determine How much damage an explosion near the ancient Temple of Bel caused the ancient Structure in the militant controlled City of Palmyra. Activists including a Palmyra resident said an islamic state bombing extensively damaged the 2,000-year old Temple sunday. The resident described a massive explosion adding that he pictures of the damage but could not get near the site. Maymoun Abdulkarim the head of the antiquities and museums department in Damascus said that a a undoubtedly a Large explosion took place near the Temple which lies in a sprawling roman Era Complex. But he said the extent of the damage remains unclear. An islamic state operative told the associated press Over Skype today that the Temple had been destroyed without elaborating. He spoke on condition of anonymity because members of the group Are not allowed to speak to journalists. Residents in Palmyra told the official syrian state news Agency that is militants destroyed Large parts of the Temple and Booby trapped other parts of it expressing concern that they plan to destroy the rest seek 2 new suspects in Bangkok bombing Bangkok a thai police issued arrest warrants today for two More suspects a thai woman and a foreign Man of unknown nationality As part of an investigation that yielded its first the weekend in connection with a deadly bombing in Bangkok two weeks ago. National police spokesman Prayuth thavorn Siri said he was certain the two were part of a group responsible for the aug. 17 blast at the Era wan shrine in Central Bangkok that killed 20 people More than half of them foreigners. In a televised announcement today Prayuth displayed a photograph of the woman a thai identification card showing a Young woman in a Black Headscarf and a sketch of the Man. He said police were asking for additional arrest warrants. Police said this evening that relatives of the woman identified As Wanna Sansun 26, said they believe she is in Turkey. The developments came after police arrested a Man in an apartment in Bangkok a outskirts on saturday and seized bomb making equipment grenade explodes during Ukraine clashes 1 killed Kiev Ukraine a a grenade exploded outside Ukraine a parliament during a nationalist protest against a vote to give greater Powers to separatist regions in the East killing one police officer and injuring More than too the Interior ministry said. The clashes marked the worst outburst of violence in the capital since the new government took Power in february 2014. The officer who was killed was a 24-year-old conscript. A i b wire reports Annie Charnley Eveland of the Union bulletin Reter ans of foreign wars Grant Farmer Post 992 will hold its annual Cowboy breakfast saturday at the Post 102 n. Colville St. From 7-9 30 . Members will serve pancakes sausage eggs juice and Coffee for $5 per person. A bring your family and friends and enjoy the Best breakfast for the Best Price in town said member Larry Diederich. The groups major fundraiser of the year helps local veterans and supports operating the Post. The Post is always in need of volunteers for the variety of activities it hosts during the year according to its septem Ber october newsletter. A please consider volunteering for the Many activities that keep the Post alive and serve our veterans a said auxiliary president Ann Heaton. A was our numbers grow smaller we Are in need of increased efforts by those who still Are with us. Please help no matter How Small you May think your contribution it All adds commander Russ Heaton echoed Annas thoughts saying As their ranks diminish the Walla Walla Post faces similar issues experienced by other surviving posts in the District based out of Sunnyside. A the bars and the dances Are not making their own Way. The band costs $350 but we Only sell 40 tickets at $4 each the bar costs about $100 a night to run in labor taxes and License fees. Most posts have Cut music and we Are one of the few remaining posts that offer the Post and auxiliary will meet at 6 30 on sept. 9 and oct. 14 to discuss the health of the Post and Many other issues and attendance is urged a we need your involvement. Its your club and the club needs your support a Russ said upcoming events include Bingo on mondays and tuesdays at 6 15 . Music on Friday evenings in september and october except this Friday the veterans stand Down from 8 a.rn.-2 . Oct. 14 at the Walla Walla county Fairgrounds Community building with free haircuts Den Tai checkups flu shots and assistance with a claims processing plus free breakfast and lunch and a halloween costume dance at 7 . Oct. 30. Etc Etera appears in daily and sunday editions. Annie Charnley Eveland can be reached at Annie Eveland or 526 6313. Sacks new makers a awakenings author neurologist sacks Dies at 82 new York a there was the Blind Man who had the disastrous experience of regaining his sight. The surgeon who developed a sudden passion for music after being struck by lightning. And most famously the Man who mistook his wife for a hat. Those stories and Many More taking the Reader to the Distant ranges of human experience came from the pen of or. Oliver sacks. Sacks 82, died sunday at his Home in new York City his assistant Kate Edgar said. In february he had announced that he was terminally ill with a rare Eye cancer that had spread to his liver. As a practising neurologist sacks looked at some of his patients with a writers Eye and found publishing Gold. Sacks 1973 Book a awakenings a about Hospital patients who a spent decades in a kind of Frozen state until sacks tried a new treatment led to a 1990 movie in which sacks was portrayed by Robin Williams. It was nominated for three Academy awards. A Oliver sacks humanizes illness. He writes of body and mind and from every one of his Case studies there radiates a feeling of respect for the patient and for the illness a Roald Hoffmann a Nobel prize winning chemist said in 2001. A what others consider unmitigated tragedy or dysfunction sacks sees and makes us see As a human being coping with dignity with a biological horror movie director Wes Craven Dies at 76 los Angeles a ifs hard enough to redefine a genre once in a career but horror virtuoso Wes Craven managed to do it twice. The prolific writer director who died sunday at age 76, ushered in two distinct eras of suburban slashers first in the 1980s with his iconic a Nightmare on Elm Street and its indelible razor fingered villain Freddy Krueger. He did it again in the 1990s with the self referential both reintroduced the fringe genre to mainstream audiences and spawned upcoming events Swift Craven successful franchises. A horror films done to create fear a Craven said. A they release Craven did no to solely Deal in terror. He also directed the 1999 drama a music of the heart a which earned meryl Streep an Oscar nomination. But his name and his legacy will always be synonymous with horror. A the was a consummate filmmaker and his body of work will live on forever a said Weinstein co. Co chairman Bob Weinstein whose dimension films produced a my brother Harvey Weinstein and i Are eternally grateful for All his collaborations with Kanye rants at Mas Taylor Swift top Winner Taylor Swift won several awards sunday at the mtg video music awards including video of the year and Best collaboration for a bad blood and Best female video and Best female video for a Blank Kanye West gave a rambling speech As he apologized to Swift for taking her microphone in 2009, admitting a i done to understand awards shows a bashing mtg and claiming he would run for president in 2020. Swift presented West with the Michael Jackson video Vanguard award on sunday night at the Microsoft theater in los Angeles. Nicki Mina won Best hip hop video for other winners included a male video Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars a Uptown a Rock video fall out boy a Puma a artist to watch Fetty was a strap a collaboration Taylor Swift it. Kendrick Lamar a bad blood Quot a video with a social message big Sean featuring Kanye West and John legend a one Man can change the a Art direction Snoop Dogg a so Many pros Quot Jason Fijal a choreography of go a i won t let you Down of go airman and Mon Harano a us wire reports West How to submit items for the a bus event Calendar go to Union bulletin com events submit to submit an event fill in All the Fields and Click on the Blue a submit events Button All events after approval will appear in the online events Calendar and upcoming events will appear on Page a2 of the daily newspaper on a space available basis arts and entertainment related events will be featured in the marquee s events Calendar _ tuesday Art galleries exhibits pastels by Leslie Cain jewelry by Alex Roeder. 10 . 5 . The gallery at the Park 89 Lee blvd., Richland. Exhibit closes oct. 2. 509-943-9815 books amp authors Story and Craft program for elementary school age children. 6 30 . Tuesdays. Milton free water Public Library 8 . Eighth ave. 541-938-8247. Book launch and commemoration of a a Day. 7 . Her Gate station museum 105 . Frazer ave., Pendleton. A War on All fronts oregonians remember the second world War a published by Umatilla historical society. Col. Joh Turner retired followed by presentation of the new Book. Free. 541-276-0012 classes lectures workshop find your ancestors. 10 .-4 . And 7-8 30 . Tuesdays and wednesday thursdays 10 am -4 . Saturday 10 .-1 . Fame Lys Earch Center 1821 s. Second ave discover your family tree. Free . Org 529-9211. Meditation for inner Harmony. 7-8 . Tuesdays and 10-11 . Fridays. A Center of Joy. 628 s. College ave., College place. An hour of meditations. $5 session 520-1188 clubs amp organizations kiwanis club meeting. Noon-1 . Jacobi s cafe 416 n. Second ave. Interesting programs every first and third tuesday. 509-240-0060 american legion Post no. 24 meeting. 7-8 . 424 n e. Eighth ave., Milton free water. First tuesday of each month. . Com health fitness weight watchers. 5 30 . Athena Weston school 205 e. Wallace Weston. Tuesdays membership fees apply. Weigh in 30 minutes before meeting. Live music Karaoke Karaoke with Gaby. 9 . Midnight. Crazy a 411 Ash St. Mondays and tuesday. Over 21. 509-200-8477 nonprofit fundraiser Bingo. 6 30 . Veterans of foreign wars Grant Farmer Post no. 992,102 n. Colville St. Early Bird game 6 15 . 525-1310 support groups women of courage Al anon group open. 7 30 . St. Paul a episcopal Church. Daughter in debt needs counselling not More Money Jeanne Phillips dear Abby Throe years ago i gave my adult daughter married with a child More than $16,000 to help pay off her debts because she pay her Bills. She and her husband maintain separate accounts which i find Odd. He pays certain expenses she pays others. Now i find she a deep in debt again and needs More help. In a 69, married and retired. We have some savings and id like to help her. However in a afraid if i take More Money out of our savings we May not have enough to cover an emergency or if either of us needs nursing Home care. She is a Good and Loving daughter and i feel bad that i May not be Able to help her. Do you see any solution to my problem a Dennis in Virginia dear Dennis you must Stop enabling your adult daughter. Rather than offer More of your savings its important to find out what is causing her spending problem. Drugs depression a shopping addiction then steer her and her husband to a credit counselling organization that can help her without placing your future welfare in jeopardy. Legitimate credit counselling firms Are affiliated with the National foundation for credit counselling the association of credit counselling professionals or the association of Independent consumer credit counselling agencies. This Isnit your problem and it be. You have done enough dear Abby last weekend we had our children and Gran kids Over for a family birthday. We looked after the children i accuracy Mon Bunton to a to be Sec Arati a act la Rry Tatta n you spot it i cooked waited on everyone and cleaned up afterwards while the adults sat texting or playing on their cellphones. Abby this is not so much a question As an observation for anyone of any age who is invited to visit someone a Home spending time on the cellphone rather than socializing is rude. It says our company is not valued it says that neither we nor your children Are important enough for your attention it teaches children that it Isnit necessary to be social offer to help Clear the table or be gracious and appreciative when someone prepares a meal for them. The visit left a bitter taste and it will be a Long time before we invite our children and grandchildren to our Home again. I know cellphones Are part of our culture but adults still have the Power to choose what is important and turn them off a disconnected in Midtown Tenn. Dear disconnected now that you have vented May i pose a question while your children were sitting on their fannies after the meal did you or your spouse Tell them you needed help that their children needed minding and that their behaviour was rude because if you did no to please recognize that the Behaviours you described do not Spring up overnight and you May be partly responsible for How your children turned out. A not inviting them for a Long time Isnit the answer because they May not get the of you say what son your mind you May startle them into modelling better behaviour for their children before ifs too late putting into words How their behaviour made you feel would be More direct and More effective. By Bloyd Pup fish whom or do pm Call la Newt Dupart Manl at clarification a Story in sundays paper about or. John Fackenthall should have said he was one of the last family practitioners in Walla Walla in a traditional family Medicine setting or. Chris Jenkins also practices family Medicine in Walla Walla in a Mobile clinic. We regret the error. Corr Fotion the Date for the Art opening at foundry vineyards featuring work by artist Ai Wei Wei was incorrect in last weeks marquee. It opens thursday. We regret the error. Brian Hurt publisher a manhunt amp a Vuto Ivy a s09i6 Shi Walla Walla Union bulletin 112 s first or . Box 1358 Walla Walla a 99362 509-525-3300 miss your paper we Hup not. 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