b"1 9 9 0THE LIVING HISTORY OF MRCA1 MRCA PRESIDENTEXECUTIVE SECRETARY MRCA LEADERSHIPDOUGLAS O. KIRBERG ANTHONY SPIGARELLIBOARD OF DIRECTORSL.B. MORRIS JOHN D. STEPHENSONWILLIAM O'BRIEN ROBERT DANIELSMICHAEL PETTIGREW MICHAEL GOSTOMSKIRAYMOND L. HOSELTON BILL FEREMMARCUS B. MANSON ROBERT R. HANSENJAY REFIEUNA ROBERT F. HUNINGTONROBERT M. DALSIN BOBBY KODER, JR.GERALD SADLONCO-CHAIRMAN OF THE CONVENTION COMMITTEEMIKE BELDEN AND JAMES T. KNIGHTHISTORIC FACTS- One of the largest and most well-preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex fossilized skeletons was found by paleontologist Sue Hendrickson near Faith, South Dakota in August. They named the T-Rex ?Sue?.- Art thieves stole 12 paintings of art and a Shang dynasty vase, worth some $500 million ? the greatest known property theft in history, from the Isabella Gardner Museum in Boston. They have never been recovered.- Smoking was banned on all cross-country flights in the United States. The first ban on smoking in bars in the US was passed in San Luis Obispo, California.- Carried on the Space Shuttle Discovery, NASA?s STS-31 mission deployed the Hubble Space Telescope.COSTOF L I V I N GMILK GAL. $2.78 BACON $1.99 LB.GAS $1.15EGGS $0.89 DZ.BREAD $0.70 MINIMUM WAGE $3.80, HOURAVG INCOME $28,960 NINTENDO GAME BOY $89.97HOUSE $123,000 DOCKERS MEN'S$25.00SLACKS"