b'1 9 6 3THE LIVING HISTORY OF MRCA1 MRCA PRESIDENTEXECUTIVE SECRETARY MRCA LEADERSHIPG.W. POWERS ROBERT P. LYONSBOARD OF DIRECTORSROBERT L. KODER EWING L. LUSK, JR.KENNETH R. STRAHORN TOM EGANH. W. ELLIS VICTOR R. NOTTINGHAMORVILLE DUFF BRUCE WILLIAMSTHOMAS G. MANSONE. W. CARLSONCO-CHAIRMAN OF THE CONVENTION COMMITTEEEWING L. LUSK, JR. AND THOMAS G. MANSONHISTORIC FACTS- The Lava Lamp was invented by British inventor, entrepreneur and eccentric Edward Craven-Walker in 1963 and still manufactured today by his company, Mathmos.- The first publicly available push-button telephone was released in 1963, by the Bell System. Dials remained the standard method of entering numbers on telephones for another twenty years.- President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963 while riding in a motorcade in Dallas during a campaign visit.- The "zip" from "zip code" stands for "Zone Improvement Plan". It was implemented in 1963 as a means of streamlining the mailing system. - Beatlemania took hold in the United States after The Beatles performed live on The Ed Sullivan Show on Sunday February 9th, 16th and 23rd 1964. COSTOF L I V I N GMILK GAL. $0.49 BACON $0.59 LB.GAS $0.31 VELVETTA CHEESE$0.79, 2 LB. LOAFBREAD $0.22 VW KARMANN GHIA $2,494.00AVG INCOME $6,200 BOSTONIAN SHOES $16.95, MEN\'SHOUSE $12,650 16\' EXTENSION LADDER $15.88 COSTOF L I V I N G'