b'1 9 8 7THE LIVING HISTORY OF MRCA1 MRCA PRESIDENTEXECUTIVE SECRETARY MRCA LEADERSHIPTHOMAS BOLLNOW DOUGLAS KIRBERGBOARD OF DIRECTORSGEORGE S. MOELLER NICHOLAS D. BECHTELGRADY BARR STEVEN L. DOUGLASMICHAEL D. BELSON DAVID B. KNUTSONANDREW B. BUCKNER ARNOLD L. KWIKKELGEORGE COVINGTON ANTHONY SPIGARELLIGARY E. KODER JOHN D. STEPHENSONCLIFFORD JOHNSONCO-CHAIRMAN OF THE CONVENTION COMMITTEEL.B. MORRIS, CHIS BOLAND AND MARCUS MANSONHISTORIC FACTS- The Giants defeated the Broncos 39-20, and Simms was named MVP of Super Bowl XXI. He is credited for being the first to use the phrase ?I?m going to Disney World!?- The Black Monday crash on Oct. 19, 1987, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 508 points or 22.6%.- Spuds MacKenzie first appeared in Bud Light beer advertisements. - Fox Broadcasting Co. made its prime-time TV debut.- There is no national minimum drinking age in the United States. Instead, a law called the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 punishes states that allow anyone under 21 to purchase alcohol by cutting their federal highway funds by 10%. The last state to comply was Louisiana in 1987.COSTOF L I V I N GMILK GAL. $1.79 BACON $1.55 LB.GAS $0.86STRAWBERRIES $1.49 PINTBREAD $0.74 TV DINNER $1.19AVG INCOME $30,850 GOLD VALUE $486.50HOUSE $89,430 NISSAN STANZA XE$10,297.00(NEW)'