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B2 -- WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 2003 -- THE SENTINEL A delicious inspiration hnpress guests with this red, "white" and blue pie. When you start with refrigerated pie crusts, it tastes just like scratch without the hassle. Whether you use a standard top crust or follow the simple steps for a lattice top, the dessert will bring plenty of praise. Patriotic Pie Filling 2 cans (14.5 ounces each) pitted tart red cherries in water, undrained 3 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca 3/4 cup sugar I tablespoon butter or margarine Dash salt 1 cup dried blueberries 1/4 teaspoon almond extract Crust I package (15 ounces) Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts, softened as directed on package Drain cherries, reserving 3/4 cup juice. In 2- quart saucepan, combine reserved juice, tapioca, sugar, butter and salt. Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture is thickened and bubbly. Cook and stir 1 minute longer. Remove from heat. Stir in drained cherries, blueberries and almond extract. Cool 15 minutes. Heat oven to 375F. Make pie crust as directed on package for two-crust pie using 9-inch pie pan. Spoon filling into crust-lined pan. Top with lattice crust.* by cutting the second crust into 1/2-inch- wide strips. Arrange strips in lattice design over filling by laying half of the strips in one direction. rotating pan one-quarter turn and laying remaining strips at right angles directly over the first strips. Fold excess crust under and press together to form crust edge; flute. Bake 35 to 45 minutes or until crust is golden and filling is bubbly. Makes 8 servings * TIP." As an alternative, top with second crust, seal edges and fiute. Cut several slits in top crust. Bay Area Veterans hold a Stand Down BY ROBERT JUMP Stq[f RTmrter take a. break. Wayne:WOlf. Corfimander of the Korean War Veterans of Coos County said the event is an opportunity for veterans not only to get together, but to learn aboul services available to them. "This isn't limited to Korean veterans." Wolf said. "All veterans are welcome to participate." Informational booths will open m the mall at 9 a.m. and remain open until 5 p.m. The Bay Area Korean War Veterans Will be holding a stand down at Pony Village Mall on July 4 and 5. According to Jim Maitland. who's grandfather and great grandfather were both killed in World War 1. an associate mem- ber of the BAKWV. said a stand down is a time when veterans can "This is an important veteran event." said Maitland. "" Not only will it show support for North Bend's 100th anniversary, but will unite all veterans' groups in Coos County for a grand get-together." Participants in the stand down include the YE SA RANG Korean Dancers, VFW Posts District 4. Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 799. Korean War Veterans Association. Oregon National Guard. Pointmen (Veteran's Religious Group), the North Bend Fire Department and the July Jubilee (City of North Bend Centennial). Afl Veterans" groups ale invited to participate with booth space free of charge donated by Pony Village Mall. Electricity and six foot tables as needed. "Bring your family. Decorate your area with flags, badges, dis- plays, music and videos," said Maitland. For more information, call Jim Maitland, phone or fax 572-5315. Today in history during the Korean War July 2, 1950 The only major naval engagement of the war occurred when the USS Juneau, the HMS Jamaica and the HMS Black Swan inter- cepted four North Korean torpedo boats escorting 10 converted trawlers on the east coast. Naval gunfire sank two of the four tor- pedo boats and seven of the trawlers. July 2, 1950 The Royal Australian Air Force 77 Squadron began flying F-51 Mustang missions in Korea. 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Central , munity 4th EVENT o[ July i liii  iil of CENTREXX ass from Courthouse 4-7 Day! at Bicentennial Park from at the Elementary play shed from 7 to i: Elementary play shed et Frid aet Friday G r:Yy Breakfast. n. noon. y 9 a.m. Lturday y at noon and Saturday Weaving at the play shed Airport through event DISPLAY SATURDAY JULY 5th at dusk, Powers DON EVENTS an on's Fashioned 4th Of July, Ju = *Parade onl to Old Town at 11:00 a.m. on Friday. *Bandon Fisherman's Association Fish Fry from 11:30 a.m. through 5pm on at Bandon City Park. Beer garden and live music *Classic motorcycles and HAWGS, Bandon boardwalk, Friday 1:00 p.m. *T0uroast Guard vessels on Friday at the boat basin *Classic car and motorcycle poker run 5:00 p.m. *"Moon over Buffalo" at the Sprague t *Art show, music and entertainment on the boardwalk all day Friday i *FIREWORKS DISPLAY AT 9:45 PM:AY JULY 4th q *Coos Kennel Club do, show at Bndoh h School on Saturday from 8:01 through 4 p.m. OVer600 dogs   i ': ;:: : .... *Bandon's Farmers Ma SatUPda i0:00 a.m. through 2pro lffiOXoW Ii *Kayak and Drift boat raceson Saturday at noon *Art show. music and entertainment on the boardwalk all day Saturday *Coos Kennel Club dog show at Bando n Oigh School on Sunday fro m 8:00 through 4 p.m. Over 600 dogs  ........... *Art show. music and entertainment on t'he boardwalk all day Sunday COOS BAY EVENTS 4th of July in the park *Games, vendors and entertainment at gus Park from 11:00 a.m. through *Free swimming at Mingus Park po61 *Free popcorn and mini flags : *FIREWORKS DISPLAY at dusk on the Coos Bay boardwalk NORTH BEND EVENTS , Jubilee, July 2-6 *Davis Carnival at Pony Village Mall through July 6 *KOR-VETS Stand Down July 4-5 *"Red, White and Blue Celebration" North Bend Public Library Saturdayat *YE SA RANG Korean Dancers 1:30 p.m. at SWOCC Performing Arts *"Mayors Centennial Kickoff Party" Saturday at 6pm *"North Bend Birthday Bash" 1:00 p.m. at Shore Acres state park. Music by Oregon Coast Lab Band LAKESIDE EVENTS Lakeside lndependence 2003 Celebration, July 3-5 *Street Faire with vendor booths July 3-5 9:00 a.m through 6 p.m Tidewater Taildraggers demonstration at 9:00 a.m. at Lakeside airport *Classic Car Show City Park on Nmth Street Saturday at noon *carnival games, watermelon eating contest, bake sale, cake walk on S, tLive Music on Saturday from 2:00 p.m, through 6 p.m. Community BBQ 6:00 p.m. Saturday on Park Avenue *FIREWORKS DISPLAY over Tenmile Lakes at dusk FREEDOM JULY 4- 10 Have a safe and happy Inde From all of us at THE SENTINEL