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Cafba News - Oct 2005
A Publication of the Canadian Air Force Brats Association
Where Being A Brat Is A Good Thing!
www.cafba.ca email: webmaster@cafba.ca
Over 11,222 members and growing! Let's find everyone.
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In This Issue:

  1. Welcome Back
  2. Where To Begin
  3. Today's Quote - Yesterday's Saying
  4. Get Your Free Gift
  5. Cafba Website Updates
    • The Main Page!
    • Cafba Celebrations - Happy Birthday!
    • Newsletter Signups
    • Cafba Memberships
    • Your Opinion Counts!
    • Trivia
    • Airshows
    • Upcoming Reunions
    • Cafba Website Navigation
    • Base Updates
    • Base Recollections
    • A CAFBA Recommended Site
  6. What the BRAT's Are Saying!
  7. Remember When!
  8. Make A Brat Laugh
  9. A Brat's Quote
  10. The Brat's Hall of Fame
  11. The List of Brat Sites
  • Welcome Back

  • Welcome to this Oct 2005 13th edition of the Cafba News! This edition is jammed packed (stuffed like the turkey?) with lots of new things!

    We hope you enjoy it!

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    Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

    What a month September was! Katrina and Rita kept us glued to CNN as we watched in horror at the devastation and ruin in the Southern States. If nothing else it made us realize how lucky we really are.

    The kids are back in school. Summer vacation is over! It's turkey season again! Christmas is less than 90 days away!

    More importantly, it is a time to give thanks! I have listed what I am thankful for on the cafba main page. What are you thankful for?

    This is the Oct 2005 edition of the cafba newsletter.

    A special welcome to all of the new subscribers. Thanks for subscribing to this free newsletter from www.cafba.ca. Please tell your friends about this newsletter.

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    Where to begin!

    This is your newsletter - If you have a comment - let's hear it!

    TIME TO CONTRIBUTE IS HERE! We want to have the ebook completed in time for Remembrance Day in November!

    2005 is the year of the veteran.

    In response to "the year of the veteran" we are offering to put together "A Brat's Tribute To The Vets". We propose to produce an electronic version of your stories, thoughts and memories about your military parents and what their actions in service have meant to you and your children

    To date we have received several stories that will be included in the Brat's Tribute To The Vets. Thanks to those who have contributed. There is still time for those who wish to contribute to send in your short story. I would like to commence compiling the ebook in September so please send in your stories.

    How about what it is like being the child of a military person. Someone who fought and died for the way of life that we celebrate today.

    How does it affect you? How has it changed you? How is your life different from your parents?

    Were you told stories about your military family members that either didn't make it back or did but weren't the same after their ordeal.

    let's compile "A Brat's Salute to The Vets." I'll take on the job of compiling an electronic collection of the stories into a pdf format book.

    Your stories need not be long in nature. Just a glimpse into who your military hero was and something that reminds you of how they changed your life by serving their Country! What he/she means to you today.

    "We have inherited a view of the world that is somehow different because we were raised in military homes or around military folk"....Kath Moors as posted on the can.military-brats newsgroup. Jun 23, 2:18 pm"

    Let's share that different world with everyone, out of respect for those who served in the military and who have given us the life we cherish today!

    Looking forward to hearing those stories. Send them to me at alan@cafba.ca

    Each participating member will receive a free copy of this production.

    Today's quotation:

    "You're getting old when you don't care where your wife goes,
    as long as you don't have to go along!"

    Author unknown!

    Yesterday's saying:

    "I may not be perfect but parts of me are excellent!" - unknown

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    Cafba Website Updates

  • The Main Page!

    The left hand side navigation bar has the "new Phorum" that can be accessed under "Click Here - Enter My Forum!" Stop on by and leave your two cents worth.

    The main entry page at www.cafba.ca should be where all your searches of the cafba web site start.

    It will always contain the latest polls ( get your vote in!); a place to subscribe to the newsletter; the most up to date links to the rest of the site; as well as a cartoon or joke to put a smile on your face.

    It will occasionally have some comment and of course it will always have links to our sponsors, as it is they that help keep the site free!

    So start all of your visits to the cafba web site here www.cafba.ca

  • Cafba Celebrations

    • 01 Oct 2005 thirteenth Cafba Newsletter issued

    • Birthdays in Oct - Happy Birthday Y'All
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      Birthdate Last Name First Name
      01-Oct-49 Lorenz Roseanne
      03-Oct-75 Brazeau Mike
      04-Oct-53 Burbridge Debbie
      05-Oct-46 Varrin Larry
      07-Oct-51 Rhinedress Barry
      08-Oct-65 McLaren Kathy
      10-Oct-46 Dack Ken
      12-Oct-71 Lessard Michael
      13-Oct-46 Lynden Michael (Mike)
      16-Oct-45 Furnell Sue
      17-Oct-64 Fleck Krista
      17-Oct-49 Mckinlay Bruce
      18-Oct-61 Begin John
      20-Oct-58 Corbin Stan
      20-Oct-67 Couture Selena
      22-Oct-63 Couture Andre
      22-Oct-71 Fiddy Sheri
      23-Oct-48 Lamb Peter
      25-Oct-47 Jamieson Gord
      25-Oct-50 Poaps John
      27-Oct-55 McCauley Rhonda
      27-Oct-65 Ross Cori
      28-Oct-62 Campbell Stephen
      28-Oct-46 Gesner Art
      28-Oct-75 Shaw Robert
      29-Oct-54 Reyno Kathleen (Kathy)
      30-Oct-50 Penner Tom
      31-Oct-61 Boutilier Susan
      31-Oct-52 Field Don
      31-Oct-54 Griffin Thaddeus
      31-Oct-56 McCready Rick

    For those people whose names do not appear but who are also celebrating a B'Day this month, We wish you a Happy Birthday as well. We have only been asking for this data for a short time and not everyone wants it known. If you want yours added, send me a note.

  • Newsletter signups
  • This is the 13th edition of the cafba newsletter and it just keeps getting better, thanks to you!

    Thanks to all of the new subscribers. If you have signed up but don't receive notification about the newsletter, perhaps you didn't confirm your email address at the time of subscribing. You will receive a confirmation email that must be replied to before your subscription is complete.

    Please share this copy with your friends. If they would like their own copy delivered to their inbox send them here.

    More and more mail servers are blocking attachments to emails or are scanning for known s*p*a*m words. We have experienced delivery problems to AOL, specifically and some free email address sites such as hotmail, netscape or yahoo.

    So to avoid these delivery problems you will only receive a text message to let you know the newsletter has been published and where to find it.

    Previous newsletter editions can be found here.

  • Cafba Memberships
  • Loads of new names have been added to the database in recent months. We still have several yet to be included. As of publication of this newsletter we have over 11,222 names in the database. Are you registered? Go here and register your details now so you can be included in the website.

    All registrations for September 2005 have been added to the web site. We still have a backlog of registrations that I am endeavouring to get to. Unfortunately, just not enough spare time anymore. Please be patient.

    A listing of the latest new members can be found here: http://grahamlange.homelinux.com/cafba/members/newest/newest.html.

  • Your Opinion Counts!
  • Sep Poll results:

    The Sep 2005 poll, found on the main page of the cafba site, asked the question:

  • Should we eliminate the Position of Governor General?

  • Thanks to everyone who cast their vote. Here are the results of the Sep poll.

    • Total of 22 votes were cast. Up from Aug's 17 votes but a small decrese from the July total of 25 votes only! Thanks for participating.

      • Yes 13 of 22 votes for 59.00%
      • No 9 of 22 votes for 41.00%

      • Total Votes: 22

    A new poll was started as of 01 Oct 2005.

    Here is the new poll question: Have you contirbuted to Katrina or Rita Hurricane relief?

    Get your vote in. Go to www.cafba.ca and cast your vote from the navaigation bar on the right side of the page.

    Have a question you would like surveyed? Email us with your question.

    If you haven't voted yet, please do so - your opinion counts!

    Watch for our next poll starting in Nov 2005.

  • Trivia
  • Here's more from the Fab Four Quiz!

    • John Lennon's first book to be published was...?
    • What was the name of the John Lennon and Paul McCartney band in 1956?
    • In the song "Number 9", what language, besides English, was used?
    • What was the name of the son of John Lennon and Yoko Ono?
    • How many songs (released from 1962-1970) are considered Lennon and McCartney compositions?
    More Fab Four Questions next month!

    Answer's to last month's Fab Four Quiz!

    1. What is Ringo Starr's real name?
    2. Richard Starkey

    3. What was the beatle's debut single?
    4. Love me do (1962)

    5. Which Beatle's tune includes the lyric "Sleep pretty darlingdo not cry, and I will sing you a lullaby"?
    6. Golden Slumbers

    7. Which beatle's tune includes the lyrics "I feel as though you ought to know, that I've been good, as good as I can be"?
    8. Wait

    9. In the song "Penny lane", what does the banker never wear in the pouring rain?
    10. A 'Mac'

    Have you checked out the past trivia contest answers on the cafba website? Answers to the questions can be found at http://grahamlange.homelinux.com/cafba/trivia/trivia.htm

    Do you have a good trivia question? Send it in and we will use it in future contests.

  • Newsletter Trivia Question

  • This edition's trivia question:
    On the first moon walk Apollo astronauts left messages behind from every country. What did Canada's message say?

    Answer in the next newsletter

    Answer to last newsletter's trivia question:

    What is the largest amount of money in coins without being able to make change for a dollar?

    Three quarters, four dimes, and four pennies making a total of $1.19

  • Upcoming Airshows
  • Can you believe it! The airshow season in Canada is almost over for another year!

    Been to an Air Show yet? Take any pictures you care to share?

    Check out upcoming airshows from the cafba website at http://grahamlange.homelinux.com/cafba/airshows/airshows.htm

    What do you remember the most about attending an air show when you were young? Check out these shows, they will bring back all those great memories.

    Know of a show that is not listed? Let me know so we can add it to the next newsletter

  • Upcoming Reunions
  • The Mother Of All Reunions Is Being Planned Now! Don't miss out! Sign up for it today! Lets get going on this reunion it's to good an idea to pass up. Check it out on the cafba phorum.

    There are lots of reunions this summer with more planned for future years. If you know of one not listed please let me know so we can include it in the next newsletter

    If you attended a reunion this summer why not share your pictures and memories with us.

    Upcoming Events and Reunions

    Mail us and let us know of any reunions you are aware of. We will post them here as well as link to any web pages.

      Once again it's Photo Reunion Time! A new location for the Milfoto Reunion has been selected to take place in 8 Wing Trenton (the old CFB Trenton)

      . Mark your calendars now and reserve this weekend for a good time and get together with your fellow photographers. See the website at http://www.milfoto.ca/main_eng.html
    • Brats from Ramstein Air Base in the early 60s are planning a reunion in the summer of 2006. More infor to follow as I get it.

    • newJune 30, July 1 & 2, 2006. Arthur Meighen High School's Homecoming and Farewell. AMHS and Portage Collegiate Institute are being amalgamated into one high school. PCI and Prince Charles School will be used as the new campus, while AMHS will become a middle school. Website with a downloadable registration form being completed. More details to follow.

    • July 6th - 8th / 2006 AFCENT (Brunsumm Holland)Winnipeg, MB, Canada 2006 AFCENT reunion. A Reunion for former personnel and their families and former teachers who have been stationed in AFCENT Holland from 1967 on. AFCENT (Brunsumm Holland) was home to a smaller group of Canadian Military personnel and their families. Our home base for the weekend is the Clarion Suites Hotel Winnipeg.If you know of anyone or if you can help in any way in our search for these people, please email me or drop by our web site at www.afcent.ca and leave us a message. Check out our great photos page. What a difference looking at the clothes of then from today. Dave Thompson - afcent@sympatico.ca
    • August 4th - 7th, 2006 Canadian Overseas Brats Reunion Association COBRA III - Calgary 2006 This reunion is for all "Brats" that lived Overseas. More information can be found at http://lahr.myevent.com/

    • 13 September 2006 ALL personnel and their dependants, military or civilian, who served on Starfighter bases during the 1961-1983 Starfighter years. An Alaska Cruise Reunion will depart from and return to Vancouver B.C. Click here for more information http://www3.telus.net/csacruise07/ or check out some additional information on the cafba web site at /cafba/events/starfighter/Starfighter.htm or contact Armin Karcher armincanada@aol.com or Jurgen Koenig, koenig.ZW@t-online.de for further details. We have negotiated a great payment plan with Sears Travel that allows you to book now with no payments due until after your return from the trip. Sears will also make a financial donation for each attendee to a non-profit trust fund to be used to support community project of your choice. See you on the boat!

    • September 15-17, 2006 for 1 Air Division HQ, Metz France. If you were a dependent or a teacher in Metz at anytime, join us in Vancouver, BC for a trip down nostalgia lane while renewing old friends and acqaintances. Website for more info http://www.metzbrats.ca or contact Ron Bauman at rbauman@telus.net for more information. Registration begins 15 Sep 2005.

    • September 15-17, 2006 To those of you that were ever at the #3(F)Wing,RCAF,Zweibrucken,Germany. There is a reunion planned for the "50th" anniversary of the Peter Cunningham Memorial Arena on the 3rd week-end in September of 06. There is a bistro also in the arena,called the "Flyers Bistro" as well there is a hudge German gasthaus along side the arena. Just thought that you'd be pleased to know..........Hank Siemens, RCAF ret.

    • 2007 is the 50th anniversary of Rideau High School, Ottawa. A reunion is scheduled for past faculty and students. The event will include open house, dance and the 2007 annual tournament. Most of the kids from Rockcliffe Air Base went to this high school after it opened in 1957. For further information see http://rideauhigh.com/page8.html

    If you are on one of the upcoming reunion committees and want your reunion profiled, how about sending in some information about the event being planned? How many are you expecting? Where is the farthest BRAT coming from? What social events are planned? What accommodation has been arranged? Where can we register to attend? Is there a web site that we can refer to?

    If you have attended a reunion recently, why not let the other members know how it was. What were your experiences? Would you go back and do it again? Did you reunite with some old school chums? Was it all you expected it to be? Want to share some of your pictures? Write me with the details and we'll include them in the next newsletter.

    For additional details on any of these reunions, check out the reunions page: http://grahamlange.homelinux.com/cafba/events/upcoming.htm on the cafba website!

    If your reunion isn't listed, email me and we'll put it in the next newsletter as well as adding it to our site.

  • Cafba Website Navigation
  • Did you know!

    The cafba website averages between 29 - 35 unique visitors each day. Pretty good for a personal web site with only word of mouth advertising

    We have a new navigation bar down the left and right side of the main cafba page at www.cafba.ca

    Did you miss out on the previous newsletters?

    They are now archived at http://grahamlange.homelinux.com/cafba/newsletter/newsletters.html

    Do you need a text only version of the newsletter?

    Do you have a suggestion on how we can improve the site? Please let us know!

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  • Base Updates
  • More base pictures have been added! Several great new pictures, courtesy of Lou (Nick) Nickerson have been added for Chatham NB and St Margaret's. But be warned, these are pictures of how the bases are today and will bring tears to the eyes of those who lived on the bases in the past.

    Also updated are the base pictures from Claresholme and Centralia

    Many thanks to all who have contributed. check out the pictures at http://grahamlange.homelinux.com/cafba/bases/basepics.html

    Have a picture to share? Email me to arrange transfer

    I know that lots of people have been exploring their past recently and have made visits to the bases where we used to live.

    Not all of us have the luxury of being able to travel back to our past but we all wonder what it is like today!

    Why not share your visit for all to read by writing a review for the cafba news. Let us know what has changed, how you felt, share some memories or even pictures

    For a great collection of base pictures check out Tom Straub's Photo Albums

  • Base Recollections:
    • remember the SP trucks with the speakers making public service announcements like the mosquito spraying that was about to happen?
    • " I went back to Goose Bay a few years ago and it felt a bit spooky. One could almost hear the sounds of the ghosts past that made the Goose a very active and busy place. Now the base is pretty much gone. A few buildings scattered here and there but pretty much a ghost town.
      Posted on the cafba phorum.
    • when I went back, the area by the Hunt club were the trees were as tall as I was were now 30 to 40 feet. All the housing and the ball dimonds were still in place, but supprising how thing seemed much farther appart then.
    • Check out the base pictures page and see you can recognize the base posted on the where is it page.
      Go here http://grahamlange.homelinux.com/cafba/bases/pictures/whereisit/whereisit.htm

    What can you remember? Send in your recollections for the next newsletter.

    Do you have a fond memory of your base? Send it in and let others share in those memories!

  • A Cafba Recommended website
  • http://earth.google.com/

    Here's a nifty little program that will let you zoom in on just about anyplace on earth. Download the free version.

    "Want to know more about a specific location? Dive right in -- Google Earth combines satellite imagery, maps and the power of Google Search to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips."

    "Google Earth puts a planet's worth of imagery and other geographic information right on your desktop."

    Rumour has it that "You can even see G R E E N W O O D from here.

    Are you interested in listing your site on the cafba web site? Simply email us the link to your site and provide a brief description of its contents and why you made it.

    You could be our next cafba recommended web site!

    To have your site profiled in this newsletter, contact the webmaster@cafba.ca

  • Found on the Cafba Bulletin Board
    • I am in search of 3 friends Chris and Tina Connors I went to school with them in Camp Borden Prince of Peace Elementary schooland. If anyone knows these people can you please go to the cafba phorum and let Mylene Thiverege from Trenton know their whereabouts.
    • This is a suggestion to help find and inform people of a brat reunion in North Bay. For those who are registered at Classmates site and Gradfinder, you could post notices on schools that have accomodated military brats. This would help to get the word out there.
    • Check out the new bulletin board that can be reached from the main web page under "My Phorum - Click Here" on the left hand navigation bar. Let's hear what is on your mind.

  • Found on the can.military-brats newsgroup
    • Pick up some cool Brat merchandise at the Kit Shop and show them your Brat Pride. (ed. seems the CMBR has brat mercahndise for sale.)
    • Eh anyone hear from Denton lately. He is being awful quiet
    • the Canadian military tested Agent Orange at CFB Gagetown. Pending Class action lawsuit for the victims who were at Gagetown during the spraying in the 60's. Check out the story from the newsgroup
    • Good times to check BRAT CHAT: I'm usually in there between 10:30 - 11:00 pm Atlantic time when I'm home or seven to nine Pacfic time
    • I inhaled so much DDT as a kid that mosquitos still won't come within 50 feet of me.
    • ..remember in the late 50's and early 60's listening to a truly innovative radio station - Radio Luxembourg. Find out what happenned to it in the newsgroup
    • I'm dejunking and paring down. http://freecycle.org - free to give away (no dumping charges - or needless polution) free to get (can't get much better than that)
    • did ya ever notice how the only people who complain about computer woes are the non windows group......Hmmmmmmmmm...... ;-) (ed. Is this comment from a MAC user?)

    Link to the Brat Chat here http://ca.geocities.com/canbrat@rogers.com/
    This is not the newsgroup which is found at http://groups-beta.google.com/group/can.military-brats but instead is the live chat room for Brats. Both places are loads of fun and filled witrh Brats of all ages, descriptions and viewpoints.

    Remember When!


    Introducing the new Bio-Optic Organized Knowledge device, trade named BOOK

    BOOK is a revolutionary breakthrough in technology: no wires, no electric circuits, no batteries, nothing to be connected or switched on. It's so easy to use, even a child can operate it. Compact and portable, it can be used anywhere -- even sitting in an armchair by the fire -- yet it is powerful enough to hold as much information as a CD-ROM disc. Here's how it works:

    BOOK is constructed of sequentially numbered sheets of paper (recyclable), each capable of holding thousands of bits of information. The pages are locked together with a custom-fit device called a binder which keeps the sheets in their correct sequence. Opaque Paper Technology (OPT) allows manufacturers to use both sides of the sheet, doubling the information density and cutting costs. Experts are divided on the prospects for further increases in information density; for now, BOOKS with more information simply use more pages.

    Each sheet is scanned optically, registering information directly into your brain. A flick of the finger takes you to the next sheet. BOOK may be taken up at any time and used merely by opening it.

    BOOK never crashes or requires rebooting, though like other display devices it can become unusable if dropped overboard. The "browse" feature allows you to move instantly to any sheet, and move forward or backward as you wish. Many come with an "index" feature, which pin-points the exact location of any selected information for instant retrieval. An optional "BOOKmark" accessory allows you to open BOOK to the exact place you left it in a previous session -- even if the BOOK has been closed. BOOKmarks fit universal design standards; thus, a single BOOKmark can be used in BOOKs by various manufacturers. Conversely, numerous BOOK markers can be used in a single BOOK if the user wants to store numerous views at once. The number is limited only by the number of pages in the BOOK.

    You can also make personal notes next to BOOK text entries with an optional programming tool, the Portable Erasable Nib Cryptic Intercommunication Language Stylus (PENCILS).

    Portable, durable, and affordable, BOOK is being hailed as a precursor of a new entertainment wave. Also, BOOK's appeal seems so certain that thousands of content creators have committed to the platform and investors are reportedly flocking. Look for a flood of new titles soon.

    -Author unknown

    Do you have a true confession that you would like to share?

    Email us the story and we will include it in a future newsletter!

    Previous true confessions can be found here!

    Until next time! Be Good! But remember you are still a BRAT!

    Make A BRAT Laugh!

    Have a Joke to share? Send it in webmaster@cafba.ca

    A BRAT's Quote!
    Seen on the can.military-brats newsgroup:

    "Something new, something old, something not military, but could be.
    A new idea-Ground Roots!

    Find out why by logging onto the newsgroup at http://groups-beta.google.com/group/can.military-brats.

    A BRAT's Hall of Fame!

    Every group or organization has its Hall of Fame!

    Why not Bratdom?

    There are lots of Brats's who have achieved recognition in their community through competition or just plain participation.

    We proudly present cafba's fourth member to The Brat's Hall of Fame!

    Bruce Ricketts

    Bruce is an author, editor, writer and chief investigator at Mysteries of Canada. He is also a brat from Trenton.

    We salute him for his contribution to solving some of Canada's mysteries

  • Other Brat Sites
  • There are lots of sites dedicated to Bratdom. Cafba is just one of many!

    This issue we look at http://www.pinetreeline.org/ This web site is dedicated to the many thousands of men and women who spent a part of their life on the Pinetree Line. It was the love and life of Ren L'Ecuyer. It is hoped that this site will contine well into the future.

    The following is a list of known brat related sites

    This list is as accurate as I know at this time! If your site is missing, or you find a broken link, please let me know.

    next publication set for Nov 2005

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