b"1 9 5 7THE LIVING HISTORY OF MRCA1 MRCA PRESIDENTEXECUTIVE SECRETARY MRCA LEADERSHIPWM. M. BUCKLEYROBERT P. LYONSBOARD OF DIRECTORSJ. ED DALY W.F. WILLSG.M. STURDEVANT R.L. HINMANTOM EGAN BRUCE WILLIAMSCARL FORBES JOHN SHEACO-CHAIRMAN OF THE CONVENTION COMMITTEEBRUCE WILLIAMSHISTORIC FACTS- The toy company Wham-O bought the Pluto Platter, changed its name to the Frisbee, and it soon became a wildly popular toy.- Philadelphia's American Bandstand, with Dick Clark, became a national television show.- The US Supreme Court decided, in a 6-3 vote, that major league baseball is the only antitrust exempt professional us sport.- 1957 saw the continued growth of bigger taller tail fins on new cars and more lights, bigger with more powerful engines and an average car sold for $2,749.- During July, test pilot and future astronaut, John Glenn Jr. set a new transcontinental speed record while piloting a F8U crusader from Los Angeles to New York.COSTOF L I V I N GMILK GAL. $1.00 BACON $0.60 LB GAS $0.30 EGGS $0.55 DZ.BREAD $0.24 CAMPBELL'S SOUP $0.10 CAN OF TOMATOAVG INCOME $4,800 PIZZA HUT PIZZA $1.50 LARGE CHEESEHOUSE $12,220 TOILET PAPER $0.45, 4 ROLLS"