Wasn't that ponytailed Gateway Computer billionaire Ted Waitt, currently La Jolla's most famous resident, seen loading the family aboard his executive jet parked at Lindbergh Field's private terminal last Friday night? He pulled up to the plane in a big luxury van with South Dakota plates ... A Japanese city has agreed to pay a total of 2.7 million yen to 35 students who claim they were given a poor education at a branch of San Diego-based United States International University. The city of Kishiwada had provided USIU with a free building when it opened a branch there in 1989. Two years later, the school folded ... Corporate Compliance, a La Jolla-based firm that got into hot water with California officials after it mailed packages to 20,000 companies and condo associations telling them it would do their corporate filings for $80 -- when they could do it themselves for $10 -- is now rousing the ire of Indiana regulators. Using an Indianapolis mail drop, Corporate Compliance is making a similar pitch to Indiana businesses. "In short, it's perfectly legal -- and completely misleading," says the Indianapolis Star.