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© 1991 by Kent Ballard Recently, there was a titanic air show at Genessee, New York. This “gathering of eagles” brought in WWII aircraft from all over the United States and Canada. Aircraft from all American military branches were there, along with combat fighters and bombers from the RAF, the Soviet Air Force, the Luftwaffe, and the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy. It was warbird heaven. Try as I might, I couldn’t adjust my schedule to attend. Feeling somewhat like the kid who didn’t get picked for the team, I helped get our bomber tuned up, spit-shined, and polished. I was pretty dispirited when they left. I smiled and waved when they took off,

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never telling anyone how disappointed I felt. I watched until they flew out of sight, then quietly went home. When our crew returned several days later, they brought with them a story that put my misery in its proper perspective. Just when you think that you have troubles, you always seem to hear about someone who is facing a real trial. He was an old man, suffering from serious depression and an incurable illness. His future, such as it was, looked grim. Just a few weeks earlier he had been diagnosed as having Hodgkin’s disease. In an effort to cheer their father up, his sons had driven him from Massachusetts to the

great air show taking place in Genessee. Their dad had been a Navy combat pilot in WWII. He’d often told them stories about his days as a younger man, a man they’d never met and perhaps never really believed existed. But they knew how is eyes would light up when he talked about his wartime experiences. Dad became young again, if only for a moment, as he remembered being strong and healthy, fighting against fascism so many years ago. The boys hoped that being around the old warbirds would lift his spirits for at least a day. His sons, loving and attentive, helped him out of the car somewhere on one of the fields reserved for parking. He’d been glancing up more fre-

quently as they go closer to the airfield. With a veteran’s practiced eye, he identified the aircraft as they wheeled and banked over the field or taxied to the parking positions. He’d already told his boys that “his” plane wouldn’t be there. They weren’t saved after the war like the more glorified Flying Fortresses or Liberators. Still, young men by the thousands had flown and fought in “his” type of aircraft, and not all of them had made it home. He knew that the model he flew was only a memory shared by a dwindling band of old men like himself. His own sons had never even seen one of the planes that carried him to war. For the most part, no one knew they ever existed. The old planes, like the old man himself, were fading away.

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Page 2 - November 15, 2012 ‘The Last Flight’ Cont. from Page 1 Once they had been young, the hope and pride of a nation. But now…no one cared anymore. They walked slowly along the crowded flight line. Over the rumble of the engines, Dad gestured for his boys. “That one’s a B-17,” he’d explain, “we had those in the Pacific, too. There’s a P-38 Lightning. You can always tell by the twin tail booms. They were good escorts. They went in with us sometimes. We were glad to have them around.” Further down the line they passed a Japanese Zero. The old man glared at it silently for a moment, some strange emotion passing briefly across his face. His sons didn’t know if it was grief, fear, anger, or a combination of all. He turned and without a backward glance continued his slow walk. The memories were becoming stronger for him. The breeze carried the scent of rubber, aviation gas, and hot oil, just like

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his base used to smell. Planes jockeying into position along the line revved their engines, sending gale-force prop wash blowing across the tarmac as people clutched at their hats and leaned into the wind. Overhead was the deep-throated roar of ancient propellerdriven fighter formations passing in review, a sound unlike any other. Air show announcers all over the country call it the same thing: The Sound of Freedom. The father and his sons ambled along, pausing occasionally to look up at whatever was flying over. After one particularly low pass by a British Spitfire, the boys turned to remark to Dad and saw him standing as if he were frozen in place. He had walked arund the aircraft they’d been looking at and was staring like a man possessed with the next plane in line. A look of incredulous wonder began to spread across his face… “My God,” he whispered. “My God, there it is. It’s…someone…how…I never thought that

I’d ever…” “What is it, Dad? Are you okay?” He seemed to stand taller and his shoulders squared. “Okay? Hell yes, I’m okay! THERE’S MY PLANE!” It just so happed that “his” plane was also “our” plane. Lockheed PV-2 “Harpoons” were never immortalized by Hollywood like the Flying Fortresses of “12 O’Clock High,” the B-25 Mitchells of “Catch-22” or any of a score of other films. Why this is so remains a mystery, for the missions they flew were some of the most heroic—and harrowing—of the war. Flying out of New York, Norfolk, and Pensacola, PV-1s and 2s scoured the Atlantic for Nazi U-boats. The WWII cliché “sighted sub, sank same” is attributed to a PV-1 crew. In the Pacific theater, astonished Navy pilots soon realized that the PV-1 could actually outrun the dreaded Japanese Zeros, a feat unheard of for a medium bomber. The Lockheed’s phe-

off his new apartment to a couple of his friends. He led the way to his bedroom where there was a big brass gong and a mallet.

'A talking clock? Seriously?' asked his astonished friend. 'Yup,' replied the drunk. 'How's it work?' the friend asked, squinting at it.

The Talking Clock After closing time at the bar, a drunk was proudly showing

The three stood looking at one another for a moment ... Suddenly, someone on the other side of the wall screamed, 'You idiot! It's threefifteen in the morning!"

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Absolute proof that Men are not from Mars. ••••• I once won an argument with a woman . . . in this dream I had. ••••• It is funny when my girlfriend gives me “the silent treatment.

'It's not a gong. It's a talking clock,' the drunk replied.

'Watch,' the drunk replied. He picked up the mallet, gave the gong an ear-shattering pound and stepped back.

With the debut of the heavier and more stable PV-2, Marine Corps pilots and ground crews, as usual, made a few non-standard “field modifications.” This normally meant torching extra holes in the nose and welding in as many .50 machine guns as they could cram into the forward bay. The Marines also tore out the torpedo and depth charge racks in the somewhat pregnant-looking bomb bay and installed hooks for 500 pounders and napalm. As if this wasn’t enough, industrious gunneys even bolted rails under each wing and loaded them with air-to-ground rockets! Aeronautical engineers were appalled when they heard this, but soon reports came back from the combat zones of Harpoons taking on everything from subs and fighters to tanks and heavy cruisers, all with disastrous results to the enemy. The Harpoons could—

don’t have a Ferrari. ••••• NASA’s robot Curiousity landed on Mars. First pictures sent back showed no sign of ESPN, beer, or porn.

'What's up with the big brass gong?' one of the guests asked. This week, a compendium of wit, wisdom and neat stuff you can tell at parties. Enjoy!

nomenal speed saved scores, perhaps hundreds, of American lives.

I didn’t say my neighbor was stupid, I said he just seemed to have bad luck when it came to thinking. ••••• Ladies, if a man says he’ll fix it, he will. There’s no need to remind him every six months about it. ••••• My sex life is like a Ferrari. I

She thinks she’s punishing me. ••••• If there was a way to read a woman’s mind I’m not sure I’d want to. I don’t like shopping, shoes, gossip, and I already know I’m annoying. ••••• Men have feelings too. For example, I’m hungry. ••••• Based on the cast iron skillet that just went flying by my ‘Chuckles’ Cont. on Page 14


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‘The Last Flight’ Cont. from Page 2 and did—fight anything. And somewhere amidst the fire and fury, somewhere between the Philippines and the Aleutians, there was a young Navy pilot who would live to be taken to Gennessee, New York by his sons… The old man stood at the front of the plane and, after a long moment, simply reached up and placed his hand on the underside of the nose. “I never knew they saved one,” he said softly. “I never thought I’d see one again.” To his sons, the man sounded as if he had suddenly found something priceless that he had lost many years ago. One of his boys slipped around to the port side of the harpoon. He’d seen an open hatch and one of our crewmen standing near it. The younger man had decided to ask, plead—beg if he had to—for permission to let his father climb aboard a Harpoon just one more time. Please, please… To his surprise and delight, he was informed that we welcome visitors aboard our plane. In fact, we encourage them to climb in and take a look around. It’s no fun having a bomber if you can’t show it off once in a while, right? Besides, we’re maintaining a living piece of American history, and we’re rather proud of that fact. The fellow who climbed into the hatch did so with the grace and familiarity of a young naval aviator, not an old man suffering from Hodgkin’s disease. Our crewman offered to show the old gent around and point out objects of interest in the plan, a courtesy we perform for all visitors, but one of the man’s sons tugged at his sleeve. “Dad knows his way around in here. Can we talk outside for a moment?” Our crewman was somewhat bewildered, but he was beginning to realize that something out of the ordinary was going on. He’d seen that eerie look in the old fellow’s eyes and it was plain that these other two guys wanted to explain his behavior. He hopped out of

the hatch and listened to them. They told our man about their dad’s crushing depression upon learning of his incurable disease, how they had hoped to just cheer him up a little, and how overjoyed he was to see that a bunch of characters from Indiana were actually flying around the country in a plane that he thought no longer existed. Our man knew there was more to it than that. There was a lot of happiness and relief in these men, too. Their mission was accomplished: against all odds, they’d broken the black spell on their father. While the old aviator was still merrily poking about in our plane, a couple more of our crew strolled up munching on hamburgers. “What’s up? Anything going on?” “Yeah. Wait’ll you hear this…” Within minutes, two of our crewmen set out to round up the rest of the gang. The old man was still climbing in and out of the plane, kicking the landing gear and inspecting the bomb bay, when they all arrived. Our whole “away team” shook his hand and took pictures of him and his boys. The old fellow’s joy was infectious, and our guys were glad to be a part of it. Then someone in the crew cam up with a brilliant idea. It was whispered from man to man and a hasty conference was held under the huge wing. Heads nodded all around. Yeah. It was agreed. They had to do this… We were scheduled to make a flight the next day for “Aviation Classics” magazine. They wanted some pictures of our rare Harpoon doing its stuff. A photographer had been sent, a swift chase plane had been reserved, and takeoff was set for the following morning. As is always the case, every seat available was already spoken for. Despite its size, and not counting the pilots and flight engineer, there are only five seats aboard our plane. She was designed as a combat aircraft, not a passenger plane. Even among the members of our organization, a flight is a rare treat. To be honest about

the matter, at a fuel consumption rate of nearly two hundred gallons an hour we can’t afford much joyriding. At air shows, our fuel and other expenses are paid for by the promoters of the show so every time we lift off five lucky people get to take a “free” ride. These seats are always reserved well in advance, usually for our own people who’ve spend countless hours of hard work and a lot of their own money to “keep ‘em flying.” It’s a privilege we all look forward to every summer. Our crew looked at the ancient Navy pilot standing beside the Harpoon. He constantly touched the aircraft as if to assure himself that it was really there and not just a dream. There was a haunted look about him, as if he were surrounded by the ghosts of his former comrades. He had survived the Zeros, but there would be no escape from the disease that now had a grip on him. The old veteran was fighting his last battle even as they watched… “He can have my seat,” one of our guys said softly. “Naw. You haven’t gone up for a while. Let him take mine.” Soon there was a near fight among all five over who would give up their seat. It was a point of honor. Besides, people who fly and maintain old warbirds are slightly crazy anyway. The argument was settled and, beaming delightedly, the whole crew marched over to the man and his sons. They told him about the photo run that was scheduled for the next day and that we just, ahh, happened to have a spare seat available. Would he like to ride along on the flight?

cleared his throat. Then, with his sons standing beside him, he lifted his chin and answered. “Yes,” he said. “I’d love to go. Thanks…thank you very much.” His sons didn’t comment on our crew’s invitation. For some reason they were suddenly having trouble with their voices. But the way they looked at our people spoke volumes on the subject of heartfelt gratitude. The men from Massachusetts stood with the men from Indiana on an airfield in New York state, and the axiom of a brotherhood among airmen demonstrated its truth once more. The old aviator arrived at dawn the next day. Only a couple of our people were up and at the aircraft at that time, groggily sipping coffee and still yawning. One of our guys commented that the veteran pilot looked surprisingly wide awake for that early hour. He replied that most of his combat missions had begun at dawn or even earlier. Besides, he admitted sheepishly, he had been unable to sleep the whole night. “I felt like a kid waiting for Christmas morning,” he grinned. Someone reached into a tool box and produced a thermos of coffee. The old fellow accepted a cup and sat a package down on the work bench. “I thought some of you might be interested in this.” He carefully unwrapped a tattered and patched photo album. “My boys talked me into bringing it from home when we came up here. I’m glad I have it with me now.” He opened the cover. Our crewmen took one glance inside and snapped completely awake, nearly choking on their coffee. They stared at the book, then at each other.

The question stunned him. “Are you serious?” He looked from man to man, and their faces answered for them. They were all grinning like idiots and nodding their heads in encouragement.

The album was a gold mine. The then-young Navy pilot had taken dozens of black and white photos of his aircraft, both inside and out. Equally important, he’d taken many close-ups of the mechanics at work on his forward island

The aged Harpoon pilot blinked a few times and

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Page 4 - November 15, 2012 Escondido to Study Allowing Food Trucks The City of Escondido is considering changing the municipal code to allow food trucks to operate in Escondido during special events. An informational meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 28, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. in the Mitchell Room at City Hall, 201 N. Broadway, to solicit feedback from the public about this issue. Currently food vending vehicles that serve hot foods prepared in the vehicle are not permitted in the City of Escondido on public or private property. The City has received requests to allow them from food truck owners, special event organizers and the general public. The City also has heard concerns about the possibility of food trucks negatively impacting existing business, especially “brick and mortar” restaurants. Following the informational meeting in November, public hearings will be held by the Planning Commission and

Local News City Council in early 2013. For more information, or to voice comments, please visit the city’s website at http://www.escondido.org/f ood-truck-study.aspx Carlsbad Police Looking for Carjacking Suspect On Sunday November 4th, at approximately 5:15am, Carlsbad Police officers responded to a 911 call of a carjacking that had just occurred. Officers responded to the scene at the 3400 block of Monroe Street and contacted the victim. The victim told Officer Cobian that he just arrived home from work and parked his Pontiac minivan. When he exited his vehicle the suspect contacted him and asked him for money. The victim told the suspect that he did not have any money. The suspect struck the victim on the right side of his face in the area of his temple and eye causing swelling and bruising. The suspect took the car keys from the victim and fled the scene in the victim’s vehicle northbound on Monroe. The thought it was terrible in these troubled times that the UK would even think about taking our country back. I returned her phone call later that day. She had calmed down some but still thought it a terrible idea. “It was a joke, ma'am. A joke. A parody. Satire."

Man About Town In last week's issue of The Paper, we ran the Queen Elizabeth piece where she decreed that the UK was taking back the USofA. We thought it so amusing we devoted an entire half page to the article. Last Thursday, I got a voice mail from an irate woman wanting to talk to the idiot who wrote the piece, that she

"Oh," she said. "Well I just thought it was a terrible idea. A joke, huh? Well, okay. But I LOVE your paper!" ••••• I’m just a simple little guy. Not the sharpest knife in the drawer . . . but I’ve fooled a lot of people for a lot of years, mainly by hanging around with smart people. The observers nearby just assume I’m really smart since I have so many smart friends. I may not be the smartest guy int he world but even I know that it is sheer lunacy for KPBS to schedule so many “pledge breaks” as a fundraising vehicle. Does whoever schedules these program interruptions not realize that you want your programming to attract listeners and view-

victim suffered minor injuries but was not medically transported. On Monday, November 5th, Coronado Police officers located the victim’s vehicle in the city of Coronado. The vehicle was recovered and the investigation is ongoing. Carlsbad Police Investigate Armed Robbery On November 7, at approximately 2:15am, officers were dispatched to 1991 Palomar Airport Rd., an AM PM Arco station, to investigate a reported armed robbery. Officer Seapker contacted the victim who stated a thin white male adult, blonde hair, aged 25-30, entered the store and pointed a gun to his head. The suspect demanded money. The clerk gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of money and the suspect fled the scene on foot. Several officers and a K-9 checked the area for the suspect but were unable to locate him. The investigation is ongoing. ers, not repel them? Everyone who gets irritated by pledge breaks on KPBS Radio and/or KPBS-TV, kindly raise your paw. I see a flood of raised hands, so I suspect I am not alone. I absolutely LOVE KPBS programming Yes, they do tend to be a bit on the Liberal side but, you know, not all Liberals are wild eyed zealots and dangerous loonies. Some of them are pretty good folks, folks that a moderate Conservative and Libertarian like me rather enjoy and am proud to call friends. We may disagree on some issues, but, on balance, they’re pretty good folks Surely there must be some other more efficient, more palatable, less irritating means of raising funds for these public broadcasting entities. We have a lot smart people in this San Diego County universe. Those who program pledge breaks aren’t among that group. ENOUGH! Find another way! •••••

Arrest Made in Carlsbad Homicide On Friday November 9th, at 4:24 p.m., the City of Carlsbad Police Department received a 911 call from the area of 5814 Van Allen Way in Carlsbad, CA. A vehicle in the parking lot contained a woman who was in need of medical attention. She was bleeding from the chest. Carlsbad Police and Fire Department units responded to the location. At 4:33 p.m., Carlsbad Fire personnel made contact with the woman inside of the vehicle. Fire Personnel declared the woman deceased. Carlsbad Police investigated this incident and determined that the victim had died as a result of a homicide. Later that same day, at 9:56 p.m., with the assistance of the San Diego Police Department, Carlsbad Police investigators arrested John Monta at a residence in the 2200 block of Dunlop Street, ‘Local News’ Cont. on Page 5 Richard and Marcia Jungas, owners of California Funeral Alternatives, in Escondido and Poway, together with their staff, are mourning the loss of one of their own, 71 year old Carol Kay Murrow, who had been working in their Poway office and who passed away on November 1st. Meanwhile, management and co-workers at Major Markets of Escondido are also mourning the passing of Jerry Mosby, 65, who also passed away on November 1st. ••••• This Saturday evening I will be front row, center, for the Diamond is Forever Concert at the Avo Theatre, as charismatic showman, David J. Sherry and his band play tribute to the great singer-songwriter in an exciting 2 hour show. We’ve seen David’s show at least four times and enjoy each and every one of them. Saturday night tv is boring so take that special someone out for an evening of fantastic music in the Neil Diamond ‘Man About Town’ Cont. on Page 5


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‘Local News’ Cont. from Page 4 San Diego. John Monta was transported to the Carlsbad Police station for processing and was booked into the Vista Detention Facility on one count of Homicide. Identity of the deceased woman is being withheld at this time pending positive identification by the Medical Examiner’s Office. Spousal Abuse Victim Off the Hook For Some of Assailant’s Legal Bills In a case that had attorneys, judges, and legal administrators scratching their heads, a Carlsbad woman no longer has to worry about $25,000 in legal fees incurred by her exhusband who sexually assaulted her, and for which act he is now in prison.

end, she prevailed. Her strange situation prompted a new state law that prevents a judge from ordering a spousal abuse victim to pay support to his or her attacker after divorce. San Diego Superior Court Judge Maureen Hallahan wrote in an order she issued Nov. 6: “It would be unjust to disregard California’s pronouncement of public policy or to ignore the clear intent of the new law which will be effective in less than two months.” Technically, the new law doesn’t go into effect until January 1, 2013, but the judge opted to observe the spirit of the law. Her husband’s divorce attorney, Pierre Domercq, said he understood the judge’s decision.

It appears the big loser is the divorce attorney for her exhusband. He’s out $25,000 in additional legal fees.

“I think she took public policy, the legislative intent into account,” Domercq said. The attorney said he does not expect his jailed client to be

Crystal Harris had to fight for this judgment but, in the

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‘Man About Town’ Cont. from Page 4 style as only David Sherry can present it. There’s a rumor floating around that the Diamond is Forever presentation puts the ladies in a romantic mood and even gets the menfolk thinking romantic thoughts. It is a documented fact that theatre goers come away from a Diamond is Forever show singing or humming the lyrics. Hope to see you and your special someone there. Stop by and say howdy. ••••• Evelyn and I splurged and bought a brand spankin’ new Samsung Galaxy SIII cell phone for each of us. We are reading tutorials and getting acquainted with this little machine that seems to do anything you ask of it. I think, however, that the quickest way to learn these things is to hire some 10-12 year old kid to ‘splain to us how it all works. They live on these things and, I suspect, we shall do the same soon.

Letters to the Editor Lyle: Once again, Great article on The Flying Tigers! Many books have been written about the A.V.G. and their exploits. Quite a number of years ago I had a chance to meet and speak with most of the survivng pilots at an art gallery where they were being honored with a commemerative painting by the noted artist Robert Taylor. We were presented with 8x10 autographed pictures of the men and their planes. They all took the time to talk with my sons and I. We were treated to a few harrowing tales of ‘Letters to the Editor’ Cont. on Page 10


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Social Butterfly

Page 6 - November 15, 2012 “Tails at Twilight” Gala Sets All-time Fundraising Mark

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at: thesocialbutterfly@cox.net

The newest member recently inducted into the Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club is Jennifer Crain and club President Dave Geary, at a “fun” night of bowling, shared with the Rancho Bernardo Club

The Twilight Gala, a dog-friendly event, held recently at Vintana in Escondido, raised more funds for the animals at EHS than ever before in the event’s 19-year history. Nearly 300 attendees – and some welldressed canine companions – helped EHS raise more than $150,000 for the 630 animals currently at the shelter, as well as thousands more expected to seek shelter at the Humane Society this year. All guests enjoyed a hosted bar of wine and beer, delectable dining options and entertainment by Stage 4 Jazz & RB. Heather Myers from San Diego 6 emceed the gala for the 4th year, auctioneer Cheryl Parker handled the live auction which featured a performance by speed painter Tim Decker, travel packages, exclusive cover rights to the EHS’s annual calendar and the honor of Paws in the Park “spokes-pet” 2013. Del Mar resident Dr. David Zanders received the Humane Hero Award for his outstanding civic and charitable responsibility, not only to EHS but to the animal community at large through volunteer time and

direct financial support.

“Paulie,” one of the attendees; below, guests at silent auction

The Lake San Marcos Art League will have Stan Goudey to demo in acrylic at their meeting on Monday, November 19, at the Lake Pavillion, 1105 La Bonita Dr., Lake San Marcos. Stan received formal training at Grossmont College and Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. He is a member of both the American and San Diego Watercolor Societies, and has won numerous awards and honors. Guests are welcome; fee of $3/person. For info, call 760.727.9421 or 760.591.9666.

Meetings/Events Calendar Singles Group to Hold Holiday Dance/Mixer – Simply The Best Singles group invites you to “Find Your Holiday Date’ Dance/Mixer for ages 40-60ish, on Saturday, November 17, from 7:3011:30pm, at the Hilton Garden Inn, 6450 Carlsbad Blvd., Carlsbad. Live DJ, icebreaker game, complimentary photo session and more. $15 prepay/door. For info, visit the website at www.SimplyTheBestSingles, or call 818.577.6877. Mirek Gorny, Guest Speaker at Republican Club Meeting – On Monday, November 19, The Escondido Republican Club (TERC) will meet at

Suzanne Buckles placed a Craigslist ad stating, "Will you be the ones to save Sweetie and Tuffy? These bonded littermates recently lost their 90 year old mom. Their 90 year old owner has been moved to assisted care for health reasons and will not be able to live alone again and take care of these two girls. Efforts to place them have gone unanswered. If I can't help get them a home by Nov 10th, they

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The poster adds, "there is no re-homing fee and they come with the offer of FREE FOOD for the rest of their lives."

The Need for Estate Planning Includes Planning For Your Pets

Sweetie and Tuffy desperately need a home

Oasis North County invites you to participate in their adult programs for 50+. New classes start each week. Have fun learning Computers, Art, Music & Theatre, Exercise & Dance, and much more. OASIS is located at the Escondido Sr. Center, 210 Park Av, Escondido. A onetime trimester processing fee of $10 is charged in addition to class fee. Registration can be completed on line at www.oasisnet.org/escondido, or call OASIS at 760.796.6020. For classes or information, call or visit the website. For history buffs, one lecture that will be of

need a home

Two Innocent Dogs Are To Be Euthanized . . . For No Good Reason

These two beautiful dogs face euthanasia if not fostered out or adopted. These two 10year-old dogs, Sweetie and Tuffy, are in Spring Valley, California, and are on their last week of life. They were to have been put down on November 10th if they cannot find a new home and apparently no local rescue will take them in because they are "too old.".

Cocina del Charro Restaurant, 890 W. Valley Parkway, Escondido. Mirek Gorny, an Escondido resident, will share his story of how he fled Communism in 1986, immigrated legally to the U.S. in 1987, and became a naturalized American citizen in 1992. Check-in begins at 11:30am with the buffet lunch/meeting promptly at 12noon, concluding at 1pm. Cost is $14/person. Reservations are necessary; call 760.743.1195. For info about TERC, visit www.escondidorepublicanclub.org. For the holidays and as part of the meeting, TERC will be holding their annual toy drive and asks that attendees bring unwrapped toys that will be given to the children of active duty military personnel through efforts of Operation Homefront.

If you think you can help Sweetie and Tuffy, contact Suzanne Buckles at sweetieandtuffy@gmail.com

will have to be euthanized. So sad." "The dogs are 2 spayed 10-yearold female husky shepherd mixes with beautiful bi-colored eyes. They are bonded litter mates and must be adopted together. Would be good in a house with a decent sized back yard and where they can run in and out of the house or garage freely. They are in great health and very active walking 3-5 miles a day or can hike 4 miles and still not seem tired. They probably could do more miles

but we don't have the stats. They have a happy disposition and once they get to know you they wag their tails non stop and are very talkative. They are 10 years old but have the energy and personality of 5 years of age. They cannot be kenneled or confined simply because they never have been their whole life and it stresses them out. I think they would be best with dogs that are not aggressive. Those girls are not food, people or dog aggressive which is really good and rare." Sweetie and Tuffy desperately

Here is a perfect example of having something in one's living will or a codicil to a will to protect your pets…two loved family members to be killed …. all because someone didn’t take the small amount of time to make provisions for them in case of death or other incapacitation. John Smylie, a probate attorney with offices in San Marcos and Valley Center, says, “It’s neither complicated or difficult to make plans for your pets as part of your estate planning. Pets are considered personal property under the law They fall in the same category as your automobile or your coin collection. Your estate can only provide for the distribu‘Two Innocent Dogs’ Cont. on Page 7


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the assets and makes a final distribution at the death of the pet.

tion of your personal property. The legislators in most states (45 at present) have recognized the problem and passed legislation authorizing trusts for pets.

Trustees, successor trustees, caretakers and successor caretakers need to be named in the pet trust. The trustee and caretaker should not be the same person. Pets usually become part of the family and depend on you as the owner to look out for their interests. Would you leave your child out of your estate plan?”

Black letter trust law requires (1) Trustees (who manage the trust and follow the rules of the trust) (2) Assets (such as money, property or bank accounts) (3) One or more beneficiaries. In the case of a pet trust, caretakers must be named as the fourth requirement. Most pet owners think of caring for pets after their death is not a problem. They say my children or a pet loving friend will take care of my pets. That is not a good plan! Did you leave enough money to take care of your pet? What about vet bills, which as most pet owners know, can be substantial? The pet trust solves these problems. The pet trust is often more complex than the family trust. The pet trust will be about the same price as the family trust. The trustee manages ‘The Last Flight’ Cont. from Page 3 bases. We had only been able to guess at where some of the equipment was mounted in the interior of our plane, and how some of the field-expedient repairs had been accomplished under combat conditions. This book could allow us to rebuild and refurbish our plane to her exact wartime appearance, the goal of all military aircraft restorers. We have a thick manual for the bird, but it’s no longer possible to do everything “by the book.” Lockheed hasn’t made parts for this aircraft for over fifty years. We knew that Navy and Marine mechanics had accomplished wonders with baling wire, tin cans, and friction tape: the big question was how? Which backyard repairs could we get away with and which ones could cause a crash? What do you do when a control cable snaps at 12,000 feet or the port engine starts blowing oil or the landing gear jams halfway down? Our crewmen suddenly realized that the fellow sipping

Epilogue Hi Lyle: Yes, they have an offer of a new home, but have not yet moved there. I think they are moving in on Monday. I am compiling a back up list of local offers - just in case - as sometimes problems can arise, so it's important to have a "plan B" in case the girls prove to be too much for this young couple. I've gotten emails from about a third of the US states, wanting the dogs, 2 from Canada, 1 from St Martin and even an offer from Israel! I can't tell you how many emails still have to return to

these out of staters, the response has been staggering, in a good way. It's incredible how all this has worked out ... beyond my wildest dreams - I had been working for them for three months will nary an offer, and feeling discouraged. Bottom line......the girls are saved and WILL NOT be put down! This is also a good lesson in making preparations for one's pet when the owner can no longer care for them. Thanks for your email and loving concern. Suzanne Buckles sweetieandtuffy@gmail.com Editor’s Note: We are in contact with a great many dog rescue agencies. If you are interested in learning more about fostering or adopting a dog, pup or adult, call us at 760.747.7119. We’ll put you in touch with them. For info on pet trusts, call John Smylie, 760.727.4248.

coffee and looking calmly back at them was not merely an old man suffering from Hodgkin’s disease. He was also a retired United States Navy officer, a combat experienced aviator, and a government-trained expert on Lockheed PV-2 Harpoons. A few hours earlier, they felt as if he needed them. Now it dawned on our crew that they needed him— badly—and the knowledge he had carried for nearly half a century.

reconditioning, maintenance, and craftsmanship. He’d noted where we had done well—and where there was need for improvement. Our crew jotted don page after page of memos on everything from how the navigator’s table folded up to which hydraulic lines to inspect frequently. To no one’s surprise, he said that some portions of the manual were nonsense, then went on to tell us how to do things the right way.

“Sir, when the rest of our people get here, would you consider giving us a, uhh, briefing?”

He gave our pilots detailed information on how to crashland the plane in the event of total power failure. Harpoons are not noted for crash survivability, something we all keep in the back of our minds. His crew in the Pacific had been lucky to have him at the controls. He ran out of fuel once and had to belly in on a beach. The plane was a total loss, but the young Navy flyer saved his crew. Someday—God forbid— we may have to try it ourselves.

He sat his cup down and smiled. “Be glad to.” Later that morning they were assembled around the elderly pilot, hanging on his every word. His constant touching and staring at the aircraft had not been the ghostly reminiscences of days gone by, but a careful and professional examination. Instinctively, he’d been giving our Harpoon a preflight inspection. He’d been quietly “grading” us on our

The veteran continued on for some time without any appar-

‘Social Butterfly’ Cont. from Page 6 interest is Class 111, Current Supreme Court Decisions; Monday, Nov. 19, from 1-3pm, fee is $10; Escondido Sr. Center, Room 4. Tri-City Tea Party Meeting on Tuesday, November 20 – “What Happened, And Where Do We Go From Here” will be the topic for the next meeting of the Tri-City Tea Party, on Tuesday, November 20, from 6-7:30pm. Now more than ever the tea party’s going to be needed to keep the government from going wild. Also, there will be discussion of how to deal with some of the political action that will happen, not only in Washington DC, but also in California at the state and local level. TCTP’s Action group Leaders will give latest updates. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy food and beverage at Boomers Café, 1525 W. Vista Way, Vista. Contact TCTP at 760.613.8628 or tri-cityteaparty.org. OASIS Plans Two Day Trips – Start your holiday season with OASIS Escondido day trip on Thursday, December 6, to the Candlelight Pavilion in Claremont for an exciting new show filled with holiday songs, dance and Christmas cheer, and includes lunch. Price of $89 includes show, lunch, transportation, and driver’s tip. Then on Tuesday, December 11, take a trip to the spectacular Mission Inn in Riverside for a docent-guided tour. This is a national historic landmark that comes alive at night with over two million cascading lights. After the tour there will be time for dinner on your own and view the Christmas light displays. Price is $58 and includes transportation and driver’s tip. For both day trips, pick up locations are the R.B. Community Park and Escondido Transit

‘The Social Butterfly’ Cont. on Page 12 ent fatigue or effects from his illness. Presently a civilian aircraft noisily taxied up to the Harpoon and braked to a halt. Two men clambered out of the plane, the photographer and his pilot. They exchanged information with our pilots on how the photo flight was to be handled, shook hands, and hopped back in their plane. The Cessna turned and began to taxi back out to the runway. Flight line workers began to circle the Harpoon, warning spectators away from our bomber and clearing a path for it to roll out from the parking area. Our pilots and engineer climbed up into the cockpit and began their pre-flight checklist. Two of our people, one at each engine, stood guard outside with fire extinguishers while four more eagerly entered the plane. For the first and only time in their lives, the old man’s sons watched him climb into a PV2 Harpoon. Just inside the hatch, he turned and looked at his boys for a long moment.

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Page 10 - November 15, 2012 ‘Letter to the Editor’ Cont. from Page 5 their time in China. A great history lesson. These guys are gone but not forgotten, and will always be remembered as heros. Our veterans are a living example of the strength, and might of our country. On November 11th let's take some time to remember all our vetrans and what they have sacrificed for our freedom and the way of life we enjoy, and all too often take for granted J.A. deVries Menifee, CA. ‘Local News’ Cont. from Page 5 able to pay the fee but said he will continue to represent him. New Escondido Chamber of Commerce Chief Resigns, Accepts New Position Heading up Convention and Visitor’s Bureau After a lengthy search by the Chamber of Commerce, ‘The Last Flight’ Cont. from Page 7 Something seemed to pass between them for an instant, then he gave them a “thumbs up” and shut the door. He never thought that he’d see another of “his” planes and certainly never dreamed he’d fly in one again, if even only as a passenger, but fate had reserved him one more takeoff, just one more time. The last flight was under way Our pilot shouted out his window. “Clear!” The ground crewmen stood by with the fire extinguishers, just in case. The number one starter motor engaged the flywheel, causing that eerie high-pitched whine that quickens the blood of anyone who ever heard it. Then the pistons fired, coughed, and fired again, blowing out rapid puffs of smoke as the Hamilton-Standard prop began to spin. The engine smoothed and revved to a high idle, pounding out a sound like nearby thunder. Number two

Katherine Zimmer was hired as the CEO, replacing Harvey Mitchell who retired. In a bit of a surprise to the business community, Zimmer has now resigned in order to take over the city’s convention and visitor’s bureau. Zimmer, who just joined the chamber in July, said her skill set fits better with the visitors bureau, which the chamber oversees. Zimmer, had previously spent seven years as vice president of marketing for the Napa Chamber of Commerce prior to joining the Escondido chamber. Chamber Chairman Brian Murphy said the chamber's board hopes to fill the vacant chief executive post quickly. Murphy said he will serve as interim chief executive until then. Murphy said there were a number of other applicants for the position earlier this year and that would provide a pool of qualified candidates from which to choose. He hoped to fill the slot very soon. engine whined, backfired, and blew out a great cloud of white smoke. Its prop remained motionless. Doubtless cursing under his breath, the pilot initiated a restart while the ground crew eyed the engine suspiciously, extinguishers at the ready. The flywheel built up speed again, the switch was thrown, and this time the mighty Pratt & Whitney radial roared into life, fairly bellowing strength and defiance. The whole aircraft shook visibly as the great 2,000 horsepower engines warmed up. The brakes strained to hold the ship in place while the preflight was completed, then they were gradually released and the bomber started to roll. As always, she gained speed rapidly. Halfway down the strip, the barn-door sized tail lifted and the plane seemed to balance on her main gear. Then, with the awesome sound of a warbird—the Sound of Freedom—the Harpoon thundered into the sky.

And a new comer to our organization is Gracie … she is a DoxieChihuahua blend with emphasis on the Doxie part. Gracie is about 2 years old and yes she needs to lose a bit of weight but her foster does love her so! She is fun and snuggly all at the same time … quite exciting to see. And yes she is a bit shy at first but warms up quickly. She gets along with people and pets of all types. Gracie will love all those walks you are going to take her on…she needs it! Like all our pups Gracie is spayed and microchipped. Her 5 way vaccines and rabies are all up to date. She comes with a full 4 piece safety equipment set, food for her transition and any favorite toys or bedding. For more photographs please view her on our website as well as all the other pups in our rescue that need forever homes or a foster family. Visit www.forgottenpaws.org or contact us at admin@forgottenpaws.org.

They circled the field once, gaining altitude. The chase plane fell into formation with them, the photographer taking advantage of a beautiful cloudless day. The Harpoon banked gracefully, easing back over the airfield. Together the two aircraft made repeated passes giving the cameraman every shot he could wish for. When the photo run was over, both planes slowed and dropped into a landing glide path, flaps and gear down. The smaller plane led the way, touching down well ahead of the big blue Navy patrol bomber. It was the moment our crew had been waiting for. The airspace was now clear. The Harpoon’s gear went back up and the engines throttled forward. She picked up speed, streaked over the runway at a breathtaking fifteen feet, and rocketed back up in a tight climbing turn. One of our ground crew grinned at the old pilot’s sons. ‘The Last Flight’ Cont. on Page 13

Alexandra is a 1-year-old spayed female British shorthair mix, ID 62072. Alexandra is a quiet, mellow girl who can be shy but warms up to everyone easily. She isn’t sure of play yet, but she is interested in the laser pointer. Her most endearing qualities are her adorable face and big round eyes. Alexandra does have diabetes, but she is non-insulin dependent and requires only a large bowl of water available to her at all times. She will do best in a quiet home with someone that just wants to love her. Alexandra is available for adoption at the Escondido Humane Society, 3450 E. Valley Parkway. Her $25 adoption fee in November includes her spay, microchip, up-to-date vaccinations and vet exam. For more information, call (760) 888-2247.

Chowder is the Pet of the Week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society in Encinitas. He's a 3 year old, 70 pound, German Shepherd / Chow Chow mix. He was transferred to RCHS from Texas through our FOCAS program. Chowder is kind of a goof ball. Just take a look at his big smile and his floppy left ear. He really likes people and he likes other dogs. Oh...and he likes a nice rawhide chew as a bedtime snack. Chowder's $145 adoption fee includes up to date vaccines, veterinary exam, neuter, and microchip. If you can't adopt him, maybe you can sponsor Chowder until his new family arrives. Meet your new cat, dog, or rabbit right now at Rancho Coastal Humane Society, 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas. Adoption hours are 11 to 5 Wednesday through Monday. For more information call 760-7536413 or log on to www.sdpets.org.


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San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond

Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed Holiday Food for Fines Program

The Escondido P u b l i c Library’s Holiday Food for Fines Program will begin on Monday, November 19th and run through Saturday, December 22nd . The Library’s reinvigorated program will permit patrons to clear up to $15.00 in fines from their records. Proceeds will benefit Interfaith Community Services in Escondido. Interfaith distributes the food to needy families throughout the North County area. Expensive items such as canned hams and powdered infant formula will count for up to $5.00 worth of

fines per item. Nonperishable items such as canned vegetables, tuna fish, and dried pasta will count for up to $1.00 worth of fines per item. Non-nutritious items such as candy and chips; damaged cans/containers; and foods which have passed their expiration date will not be accepted in lieu of fines. Food may only be used to clear fines—not for lost or damaged books or for City Attorney Fees. Many patrons bring in food just to help those in need and the Library is happy to accept any donations whether or not they are fine-related. For more information, contact Escondido Public Library at (760) 839-4684 or visit the Library's Web site www.library.escondido.org

Rancho Bernardo • Mayor Jerry Sanders Recently, a San Diego institution agreed to remain just that, as ComicCon signed a contract to remain at our Convention Center through 2016.

kind of a high-tech Twilight Zone, offering up some of the best people watching you’ll ever see.

As we all know, Comic-Con has been a stunning success – it has transformed itself over the years from a relatively small gathering of comic book aficionados into an international spectacle, attracting Alist celebrities from around the world and pop culture fans from nearly every corner of the galaxy.

With an attendance of about 130,000 people, the convention today pumps nearly $180 million into the local economy and produces almost $3 million dollars a year in tax revenue that we can use for city services.

It turns our downtown area, specifically the Gaslamp Quarter, into

It’s not only an enormous source of pride – it’s also an enormous source of revenue for San Diego – for the city, for the hotels, for the shops and for the restaurants.

I want to thank everyone at ComicCon for its commitment to this city. We look forward to having this super event in San Diego for many eons to come.

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter In 2008, the Vista City C o u n c i l “adopted” Helicopter Marine Light A t t a c k (HMLA) Squadron 369, based out of Camp Pendleton, as part of the America Supporting Americans Adopt a Unit program. The program was created to provide a way for all branches of the U.S Armed Services to be "adopted" by an American city. Residents, community groups and other organizations are welcome and encouraged to support our local unit. You can help by donating care packages for the troops while they are deployed overseas. It can be made up of non-perish-

able items such as beef jerky, gum/mints, or reading materials. In addition, grocery gift cards, school supplies, and prepaid phone cards are always appreciated by the Marine families while their loved ones are on tour. For more information, please contact the City Manager’s Office at 760.639.6131 or e-mail adopt-aunit@cityofvista.com. The City is also collecting gift certificates and toys for the Marine Unit and their families for the holiday season. Drop off an unwrapped toy or gift certificate at the Civic Center, located at 200 Civic Center Drive, now through December 6, (Mon-Thurs: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm). Big or small, your support makes a difference and it is appreciated.

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Fire department’s senior volunteer program celebrates a decade of service, seeks

For the past 10 years, the San Marcos Fire Department has utilized a core of dedicated senior citizen volunteers to provide an array of services to support department operations. As the program prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, it is also looking to add up to a dozen more volunteers to its group.

Currently, the fire department has a dedicated volunteer team who is routinely dispatched to support major incidents. When on duty, volunteers may be called into service at any time --- day or night --- to pro-

vide support items like cold drinks, food, shade and chairs. Often times, specially trained volunteers provide trauma support when needed. During non-emergency times, volunteers provide administrative support for the department. Some of the more notable incidents that the volunteers have worked on include the 2007 Coronado Hills Fire and the so-called “Bomb House” incident in the San Marcos Fire Protection District in 2011. Training is provided and schedules are flexible. Volunteers must be 55 years or older, have a valid driver’s license, live in North San Diego County and be able to pass a security screening check. Previous fire service is not necessary. Call 760) 744-1050, ext. 3495.

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood Kay Parker It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Kay Parker, a most loved and revered long-time resident of the City of Oceanside. She was an individual who continuously reminded Council members to care for those less fortunate in our community. Kay was a champion for those seeking to create a better life with the first and most important element being safe, affordable housing. Kay worked tirelessly with City staff as the Chair of the Housing Commission. Widely respected among her fellow commissioners and housing industry

professionals, Kay’s guidance was invaluable in making key decisions for the betterment of so many in Oceanside. Her wisdom, compassion, insight and innovation were always evident when tackling any issue – with the knowledge that each effort would affect an individual soul. Kay supported many Oceanside organizations, each with the goal of making a difference in someone’s life – that was the kind of person she was. Kay Parker will be very much missed by her family, numerous friends and colleagues, and all of our staff here at the City. Our hearts go out to her husband, Dick, who was her greatest supporter. Much love always, Kay.


Page 12 - November 15, 2012 year. Hard drives smaller than 80GB get smashed with a hammer and recycled as metal scrap, 80GB and larger hard drives get scrubbed with “Drive Erase,” tested and used for replacements in older PCs.

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How can you tell if your desktop or notebook PC is worth saving? Here’s the general guideline we use when folks bring them to us for evaluation. As a rule, a PC born before 2005 is rarely worth upgrading or repairing. A PC manufactured in 2005 or later typically has enough value to be worth an upgrade, repair or trade-in. Left-behind pre-2005 PCs get recycled. We remove the circuit boards, memory (RAM) and CPUs for precious metals recovery (about $4 in each PC). At no cost to us “Our Planet Recycling,” picks up the remaining sheet metal and plastic monthly. Once a year we call in “San Diego Gold Recovery” to buy the scrap we’ve save throughout the

A PC that we accept as a trade-in on a new system gets a thorough hardware check-up. Any item not up to snuff is replaced. RAM is increased to 2GB and the hard drives are erased and tested. Then the operating system is loaded along with the latest updates. We then install Microsoft Security Essentials, Malwarebytes and an office suite with spreadsheet, word processor and presentation graphics. The finished product is fast, secure, Internet ready and capable of doing pretty much anything except high-end graphics and gaming. The average price of $200 not only covers our costs but also fills the needs of someone who doesn’t need or can’t afford a brand new PC.

We have been surprised how aggressively Microsoft seems to be forcing retailers to abandon the very popular Win 7 in favor of the highly questionable W8 for PCs. It seems a very heavy handed and risky strategy. It’s already obvious that the vast majority of PC users don’t want W8 although early users of W8 on smart phones and tablets have been favorably impressed. The W8 PC release is beginning to reek like the disastrous Windows ME and Windows Vista releases. Perhaps W8 will become the new “Microsoft Edsel.” It seems that Microsoft can’t get it right two times in a row. How long will Microsoft stick to this plan of trying to force acceptance of W8 by deny-

Each year on Veterans Day we honor the men and women who have served, or are currently serving, in our nation’s military. However, our gratitude for their selfless efforts should be demonstrated throughout the year. Our military veterans have shown a commitment to our nation and a willingness to serve. Many continue to work in service to their communities after active duty. The Fort Rosecrans and Miramar National Cemetery Support Foundation is a local example of the continued service of our veterans. Within this organization, local veterans and volunteers have raised money, donated their time, and completed projects to improve the national cemetery. It is the resting place for many of our nation’s soldiers,

We don’t know how long it will last but we’re all for it. Keep it up Microsoft. Not only are you boosting our PC sales here at The Computer Factory but you’re also performing a community service by saving countless users from the misery of owning a Dell or HP. It’s a win-win for sure.

We have a larger than usual stock of used (trade-in) PCs because our new notebook and desktop sales have surged since W8 (Windows 8) was released. More new customers are coming to us because they can’t find Win 7 computers in the big box electronics stores. We’re also the only PC seller that offers a cash allowance for older PCs when traded-in on new desktops or notebooks.

‘Social Butterfly’ Cont. from Page 7 Veterans Deserve Our Gratitude

ing new PC buyers access to Win 7? Dell, HP and the others aren’t likely to sit still and watch PC sales tank while Microsoft vainly attempts to force W8 on a reluctant public. Dell, HP and the others can’t afford to stand idly by while PC sales tank because Microsoft wants to force a reluctant public to embrace W8.

sailors, airmen, and marines who fought to protect our freedoms. The support foundation works to ensure that those interned and their families are appropriately commemorated. Assemblyman Garrick and I have named the foundation the Veteran Organization of the Year, 2012. Our veterans chose to be brave so that we may be free, and their service to our country and our community deserve daily thanks. Senator Mark Wyland represents the people of the 38th Senate District, which includes San Diego (Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch, Rancho Penasquitos, Carmel Valley) and Solana Beach, Encinitas, Carlsbad, Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, Escondido, Vista the south Orange County cities of San Clemente and San Juan Capistrano.

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‘The Last Flight’ Cont. from Page 7 “I think your dad is in for a little treat.” The Harpoon was now going in excess of two hundred fifty knots. The bomber stood on one wing, whirled around in a high-stress turn, and dove like a falcon—straight towards the field. Her engines were audible for miles, and the vast crowd of spectators looked up as one. “What the hell are they up to?” Hot dogs and soft drinks were dropped by the score as people snatched for their cameras. The plane shrieked over the flight line, a blue streak above the Mustangs and the Liberators and that thrice-damned Zero. In the wink of an eye they blew past the throng of spectators as babies cried, women covered their ears, and children howled with delight. The slipstream sent hats, programs, and paper cups flying in every direction. The plane rocked back on its tail and flew into the sun. The crowd squinted and tried to follow it. Eventually even the sound of the engines grew faint. The plane was gone—but to where? A few minutes passed, then someone shouted, “There! To the north!” They’d gone for altitude, and were now diving back in again. But this time something was different. The plan was flying strangely. A teenager asked his father, “Are they in trouble?” The Harpoon was dodging rapidly left and right and flinging itself up and down in the dive. Experienced combat pilots—and there are many at air shows—knew at first glance what the Navy bomber was doing. “Jinking” is how pilots are trained to avoid ground fire in combat. The plane was coming in under evasive action and gaining speed at an alarming rate. Two hundred sixty knots, two seventy, two ninety…Then the aircraft straightened and flew with determined precision, seeming to aim itself at a point just opposite from the crowd on the other side of the runway. The bomb bay doors snapped open and half dozen dark oblong shapes spilled out.

Spectators gasped as the objects tumbled and fell, whistling loudly as they came. The missiles hit the field and exploded into a spectacular red and green spray. The crowd sent up a mighty cheer as they realized what they’d seen, and the sons of our passenger laughed and cheered loudest of all. Gennessee, New York had just been bombed by a planeload of Indiana watermelons. After pulling up from its surprise “bomb run,” the Harpoon slowed to cruise speed, circled, and came back for a final pass before landing. She swooped in low and slow, one wing tipped in salute to the crowd while cameras clicked and video recorders whirred. Then the great flaps lowered, the gear came down, and the tires screeched on contact with the tarmac. The bomber taxied to the parking apron, turned, and rolled slowly to her assigned area. Flight line workers held back the crowds who surged in around her, waving, applauding, and holding children on the shoulders. The old aviator’s sons stood with our ground crew, shielding their eyes from a final wind blast as the port brake was locked, the starboard engine revved, and the plan ground-looped perfectly into exactly the same spot she had left. The engines were cut, number two giving its characteristic double backfire, and the props clattered to a halt. The elevator surfaces on the huge tail lowered and thumped softly down to their rest positions. The flight was over, the bomber now silent. Our crew formed a semicircle around the hatch, the veteran’s sons standing expectantly in the front. For a long moment the hatch remained closed. Then the handle rotated, the door swung slowly open, and a figure appeared at the top of the access ladder. The sons looked up solemnly, as if seeing their father for the first time, He paused there, returning their gaze. Then the emotion became too great for even him to control, and his loving, joyous smile became framed by streams of tears that rolled down both cheeks. He hopped

down the short ladder and into the arms of his boys. Our crew surrounded them as they gripped each other, laughing and weeping, in an impassioned, back slapping, threeway hug. The scene was best described to this writer by one of our female crew members. “Oh, you should have seen it! These macho guys of ours in the plane came out and they were all crying. They were embarrassed by it, but they had to keep wiping their eyes. The old man was the happiest person I’ve ever seen in my life. He kept on laughing and crying at the same time and asking his boys if they saw the bomb run. They were nodding and hugging him. The ground crew was sniffing and snorting and looking at everything except each other. I finally gave up myself and said ‘What the hell?’ So I started crying too.” The aviator told everyone within earshot how happy he was to have been with us, even if only for a short while. Another of our ladies appeared at his side and asked if he would like to join our organization. Before she could even finish the question he exclaimed, “Yes!” She pulled an application out from behind her back and, grinning, handed the old fellow a pen. He quickly read the document and signed it on the offered back of our flight engineer. After handing the paper back, he reached inside jacket. “I have my checkbook with me. I can pay my first annual dues right now and…” There was a cry of outrage and our “recruiting officer” steadfastly refused to take a cent. She looked around threateningly at the rest of the team and called for a forum. By immediate and unanimous voice vote, the veteran was made a life member of our crew on the spot, all dues waived forever. Addresses and phone numbers were exchanged. The retired naval officer was told that he could expect our first organizational newsletter within a week and that we’d stay in touch by mail, keeping him abreast of developments with

the plane. He replied that he had many photographs and notes pertaining to PV-2 Harpoons that he’d send us, as well as personal observations and letters answering any questions we might have in the future. After some time, they had to leave for the long drive back to Massachusetts. Our men shook his firm hand for the last time, our wives and girlfriends each gave him a kiss, and it was time to leave. One of the sons kept repeating to our crew, “You don’t know. You don’t know what this has done for Dad. This has brought him back. He’s his old self again. You just don’t know…” Well, maybe we don’t. But we have a pretty good idea. We know what he did for us. Whatever else life may have in store for him the veteran will always know that one of his planes is still flying, crewed by a new generation. And we will know that we have a friend, our senior member, who we can turn to when the skies grow dark and we need advice. Sometimes people ask me why I love air shows. I never know what to tell them. ••••• About the Author Kent Ballard

Kent Ballard is a masterful writer who lives near Brazil, Indiana. While he made his living as a Journeyman Machinist for many years, he also fascinated a small group of writer friends with his tales of history, adventure, and of the military. This is the second printing of this story, which first appeared September 9th, 2010. With Veteran’s Day just having been celebrated, we thought this would be a great reminder of our


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Notice of Public Lien Sale NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the content of the following storage units will be offered for sale at public auction, for enforcement of storage lien. The Online auction will be held on November 28th, 2012 at 11:00 AM. Location of Online Auction: www.storagebattles.com. Storage address: 1566 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido CA 92027. Terms are as follows: CASH ONLY! Valley Rose Self STorage reserves the right to refuse any bid or cancel the auction. The following units may include, but not limited to electronic items, furniture & household items, unless otherwise stated. C205-Mila & Fred Caberle A302- Myrna Multo B309- Billie Weigand 11/08 & 11/15/2012 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-028368 The name of the business: Shop Felyne, located at 2159 Newcastle Ave, #B, Cardiff, CA., 92007, is hereby registered by the following: Lauren Phillips 255 Horizon Dr. Encinitas, CA. 92024 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Lauren Phillips This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/26/2012. 11/08, 11/15, 11/22 and 11/29/2012.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2012-00058001-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioners Lito Monderin Daligdig and Erlinda J. Daligdig filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present names: Lito Monderin Daligdig and Erlinda J. Daligdig, respectively. Proposed names: Lito M. Dalidi and Erlinda J. Dalidi, respectively. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: December 11th, 2012, 8:30a.m., Department 3. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 10/22/2012. /s/Aaron H. Katz, Judge of the Superior Court 11/08, 11/15, 11/22 & 11/29/2012

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029092 The name of the business: MSA Company, located at 1455 Alturas Rd., #115, Fallbrook, CA. 92028, is hereby registered by the following: Librado Zuniga Solorzano 1455 Alturas Rd. #115 Fallbrook, CA. 92028 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Librado Zuniga Solorzano This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/05/2012. 11/08, 11/15, 11/22 & 11/29/2012

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029131 The name of the business: Universal Power Washing Services, located at 4775 Gardenia St., Oceanside, CA. 92057, is hereby registered by the following: Andres Roman 4775 Gardenia St. Oceanside, CA. 92057 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 11/05/2012. /s/Andres Roman, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/05/2012. 11/08, 11/15, 11/22 and 11/29/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-028522 The name of the business: The Emerald Village Organization, located at 1850 Gopher Canyon Rd., Vista, CA. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Words for the Many, LLC 10470 S. Parise Dr. Whittier, CA. 90604 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/Jessica Plancich, Managing Member This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/29/2012. 11/08, 11/15, 11/22 and 11/29/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-024530 The name of the business: Sky Eyebrows Threading Salon, located at 1921 W. San Marcos Blvd, #105, San Marcos, CA. 92069 is hereby registered by the following: Yama Zamanpoor This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Yama Zamanpoor This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/13/2012. 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, and 11/01/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029433 The name of the business: Winner Enterprise, located at 1226 Via La Ranchita, San Marcos, Ca., 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Melinda Jarrell 1226 Via La Ranchita San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Melinda Jarrell This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/07/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-028975 The name of the business: AnAinegosyo, located at 373 Beaumont Drive, Vista, CA. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Anthony V and Anita L. KyamkoYap 373 Beaumont Drive Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by Husband and Wife. First day of business was 10/29/2012. /s/Anthony V. Kyamko-Yap, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/02/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029290 The name of the business: Dolce Italia Rosticceria, located at 679 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd., San Marcos, CA. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Dolce Italia Desserts, Inc. 215 S. Pacific St. Ste 107 San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Leticia Castronovo, Secretary This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/06/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-024507 The name of the business: The Right Allocations, located at 119 N. El Camino Real, Suite E-134, Encinitas, CA. 92024, is hereby registered by the following: Candacae McGinn 119 N. El Camino Real #E-134 Encinitas, CA. 92024 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Candace McGinn This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 09/13/2012. 10/11, 10/18, 10/25 and 11/01/2012.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029500 The name of the business: R. McKinney Painting, located at 1021 Memory Lane, Escondido, CA. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: Roger A. McKinney 1021 Memory Lane Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Roger A. McKinney This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/08/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029708 The name of the business: Kingdom Come Limo Services, located at 228 Candice Place, Vista, CA. 92083, is hereby registered by the following: Cory Price 228 CAndice Place Vista, CA. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 11/13/2012. /s/Cory Price This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/13/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012.

STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2012-029674 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAMES: Escondido Yellow Cab, Escondido Yellow Cab Taxi, All Yellow Taxicab Esco, All Yellow Taxi Escondido, San Marcos Yellow Taxicab, All San Marcos Yellow Taxi. THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAMES REFERRED TO ABOVE WERE FILED IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON Nov. 14, 2011 and assigned File No. 2011-031643 ARE ABANDONED BY THE FOLLOWING REGISTRANT(S): Syed Owais Qurni I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime). /s/ Syed Owais Qurni This statement was filed with David Butler, County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/09/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-028841 The name of the business: Pops Hot Rod Garage, located at 305 Wisconsin Ave, Oceanside, CA. 92054, is hereby registered by the following: George R. Hallett III 2422 Primrose Ave. Vista, CA. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/George Hallett This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/31/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029478 The name of the business: FDIS North County, located at 2605 Companero Avenue, Vista, CA. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Severino Financial Inc. 2605 Companero Avenue Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 11/07/2012. /s/Michael D. Severino, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/08/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-029214 The name of the business: MP Fixed Income, located at 1504 Caminito Aguar, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Marv Povich, Inc. 1504 Caminito Aguar San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 11/01/2012. /s/Marv Povich, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/06/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2012-028129 The name of the business: Train4Anything Fitness, located at 6305 Citracado Circle, Carlsbad, CA. 92009, is hereby registered by the following: Sean Evan Witkin 6305 Citracado Circle Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Sean Evan Witkin This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/24/2012. 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 and 12/06/2012.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2012-00058482-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Lisa Elias filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Lisa Elias. Proposed name: Brie Madisen. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: January 15th, 2013, 8:30a.m., Department 3. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 11/13/2012. /s/Aaron H. Katz, Judge of the Superior Court 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 & 12/06/2012

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