Added image scans from various Lafayette Radio Electronics catalogs; added links to catalog archives (Radio Shack, Allied Radio, SWTPC);
added link to American Radio History-dot-com, a massive (and growing) archive of commercial and amateur Radio-TV information.
• January 1st, 2015--- Added a new banner to the top of the Home Page.
Information About The Perpetual Calendar --- including the 3000-Year Calendar Revised Page The "Information About" calendar page has been re-organized into bar-menu-selectable sections. Also, the 3000-Year Calendar, previously a separate page, has been incorporated into the "Information" page.
• December 17th, 2012
After experimenting with <IFRAME> and <FRAMESET> menu presentation set-ups since mid-November,
this web-site's author has elected to go with a combination of Cascade Style Sheets (CSS) and <IFRAME>'s.
The process of converting/updating pages has already begun. This will keep me busy for quite a while, but the
effort will be worth it. Hope everyone likes the changes.
Mike McLain, Tony Stephens, Jeff Fredrick, Rud King, Jimmy Pope and Alan Hussey. ALSO: Danny Elrod, Randy Jackson, Terry Young and Others
Southern country-rock band, composed of school buddies primarily from Phenix City AL and nearby towns,
was active in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Aretha Franklin, Chuck Berry, Otis Redding, Bo Diddley, Sam & Dave, James Brown, Fats Domino, Ray Charles, Big Mama Thornton and more.
Peggy March, famous for the 1963 U.S. hit "I Will Follow Him", later moved to Germany where she enjoyed success with many German-
language hits. There are links to her official web-site and Facebook page, as well to a Wikipedia bio and several YouTube videos.
Big Band Artist from Germany. Has been a popular institution there for over 50 years. Features links to YouTube videos
• July 14th, 2011
Revised two pages ....
The Sea Horse Store
Fondly remembered (by family and friends) old landmark in Laguna Beach, Florida.