|I lost the Tomato Days baby contest???|
I think I was pretty cute. I looked like a 10 month old when I was born.
Dan Aykroyd, Pierce Bronson, Robin Williams and Bob Costas were born about the same time as I was.
I was born on a Wednesday.
Singin' in the Rain was playing at the Orpheum.
Evita Peron died and her funeral was being held in Argentina.
The average new home cost $ 9,075 while the average income was $3,850 per year. Gasoline was 20 cents per gallon!
Harry Truman was President of the United States and Albert Schweitzer won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Colleen Hutchins of Salt Lake City, Utah was Miss America.
It was an election year. Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican, was elected President.
The Church had 1,189,053 members in 202 stakes and 1,767 wards and branches. There were 43 missions and about 2,000 missionaries. There were 8 Temples. David O McKay was President of the Church.
|Greg and Kenny-BUDDY'S|
By the time I turned 10, a lot had happened. Kenny and I almost died in the back of the truck and I started wearing red bows in my hair to match my stocking cap and jacket (it is Grandma's Christmas decoration on her lamp post).
It was 1962.
Life was good. I had a horse, brothers and cousins, nearly enough to eat, and other than that we were in the midst of the Cold War, and we thought we were going to get destroyed any minute by Atom Bombs, but we were happy.
|1236 N. Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Florida|
|I also had a theater career, I played Bill Sykes in the play "Oliver"|