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Cracker Jack Prizes Tags: Cracker  Jack  Prizes  Candy  coated  popcorn  peanuts  and  a  prize  treat   
Added: 26th December 2015
Views: 545
Posted By: pfc
1964 Supermarket Tags: 1964  Supermarket  market  food  shopping  grocery  shopping 
Added: 24th December 2015
Views: 690
Posted By: Cathy
Customs Form For Moon Rocks Tags: Customs  Form  For  Moon  Rocks  Moon  Dust  Neil  Armstrong  NASA  Sational  Aeronautics  and  Space  Administration 
Added: 21st December 2015
Views: 292
Posted By: Old Fart
Tin Trees and Small Screen TVs Tags: Tin  Trees  and  Small  Screen  TVs  Christmas  50's  60's  aluminum  xmas  holiday  televisions 
Added: 18th December 2015
Views: 682
Posted By: Freckles
Pavilion Restaurant at Stix Baer and Fuller - 1961 The Former Pavilion Restaurant at Stix, Baer and Fuller at River Roads Mall back in 1961
Tags: Pavilion  Restaurant  Stix  Baer  Fuller  River  Roads  Shopping  Center  1961  Jennings  Missouri 
Added: 17th December 2015
Views: 306
Posted By: poundsdwayne47
Aerial view of Stix Baer and Fuller at River Roads Mall - 1962 One of the nation shopping malls was River Roads Shopping Center this was the aerial view of Former Stix, Baer and Fuller back in 1962
Tags: Stix  Baer  Fuller  River  Roads  Mall  1962  Jennings  Missouri  St.  Louis 
Added: 17th December 2015
Views: 283
Posted By: poundsdwayne47
Eye Lashes By Twiggy Tags: Eye  Lashes  By  Twiggy  Yardley  fashion  model  60's  1960's  skinny 
Added: 16th December 2015
Views: 307
Posted By: Cathy
Bomb Destroys CA Flight 11 - 1962 On Tuesday, May 22, 1962 a deadly act of madness caused Continental Airlines Flight #11 to be blown out of the sky. Eight crew members and 37 passengers perished. To date it is the worst airline disaster ever to occur in the skies over Missouri. The doomed flight departed Chicago's O'Hare Airport at 8:35 p.m. for Kansas City, MO. At the last second, Thomas G. Doty arrived at the departure gate. Although the airplane doors had been closed--and airline policy prohibits doors from being reopened--the doors were improperly reopened and Doty was permitted to board the aircraft. The flight was absolutely routine until the plane approached the Mississippi River. At that point the pilot informed air traffic control that he was deviating from the planned course to avoid severe thunderstorms in the area. In the vicinity of Centerville, IA, the radar image of the aircraft suddenly disappeared from the scope of Flight Following Service in Waverly, IA. It had nothing to do with inclement weather. At approximately 9:17 p.m. an explosion occurred in the right rear lavatory resulting in separation of the airplane's tail section from the fuselage. The remaining aircraft structure pitched nose-down violently, causing the engines to tear off, after which it fell into uncontrollable gyrations. The fuselage of the Boeing 707, minus the aft 38 feet, and with part of the left and most of the right wing intact, struck an alfalfa field on the ground. Most of the fuselage was found near Unionville, MO, but the engines and parts of the tail section and left wing were found up to six miles away from the main wreckage area. Of the 45 individuals on board, 44 were already dead when rescuers reached the crash site. One passenger, 27-year-old Takehiko Nakano of Evanston, IL, was barely alive when rescuers found him among the wreckage, but he later succumbed to fatal internal injuries. Another victim, Fred P. Herman, was a recipient of the United States Medal of Freedom. In their investigation of the crash, FBI agents discovered that late-arriving passenger Thomas G. Doty, a married man with a five-year-old daughter, had purchased a life insurance policy from Mutual of Omaha for $150,000, the maximum available. He further augmented that coverage with a flight insurance policy worth another $150,000 that he purchased just before departure. Doty had recently been arrested for armed robbery and was to soon face a preliminary hearing in the matter. Investigators determined that Doty had purchased six sticks of dynamite--at 29 cents apiece--shortly before the flight. An examination of the wreckage determined that Doty's dynamite bomb was detonated in the lavatory. His motive was purely financial: His wife and daughter would be able to collect $300,000 of life insurance. His widow attempted to collect on the insurance, but when Doty's death was ruled a suicide, the policies were voided.
Tags: crime  bomb  air  disaster  Flight  11 
Added: 15th December 2015
Views: 360
Posted By: Lava1964
Dr Kildare Doll Book Tags: Dr  Kildare  Doll  Book  push-out  clothes  push-out  dolls  Nurse  Susan  TV  series 
Added: 14th December 2015
Views: 362
Posted By: Freckles

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