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    Friday nite fights .........brought to you by Piels beer
    Twilight Zone ........................w Rod Sterling
    Amos n Andy ....................well there Safire

    Navy Log

    [Edited by pjs on 09-08-2005 at 04:01 PM]

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    I remember the friday night fights but it seemed to me that the sponsor was more something like barbersol or aquavelva or a major razor blade companys like Gillette. I dont remeber the beer adds. Thinking of it tho I did love the Hamms beer comercials with the Hamms bear. Hated that beer tho.

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    I used to watch Jonny Quest on Saturdays.

    and apparantly I was in love with a Leslie Uggams on Sing Along With Mitch (Miller)
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    Bigbird Do I remember Olympic TV's? I had one in about 1960-61 remote control broke and I had to wedge a pencil somewhere to make it work. Bought it a Western Appliance for about $10 a month.. I remember watching the Flying Tigers on sat morning at a neighbors house. One of the advertisers was Power House candy bar. I think Wild Bill Hickok came on next. Holy crap did I actually remember this stuff, who needs a computer

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    Originally posted by powerhead
    Some other show with two little kids and a Butler named "Mr French"
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    That would be "Family Affair"

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    The Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries

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    I remember when in 1959 my two sisters bought a number of broken black and white TV sets and kept switching vacuum tubes between them until they got one to work. That was our first family TV set.

    Then in 1963 I watched the coverage of the shooting and funeral of JFK on that very set.

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    Old TV Coverage:

    On July 20th 1969 I was an 11 year old boy and completly captivated by Apollo 11 landing on the moon.

    http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/Hi...troduction.htm



    [Edited by powerhead on 09-09-2005 at 09:09 AM]

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    Originally posted by NormChris
    I remember when in 1959 my two sisters bought a number of broken black and white TV sets and kept switching vacuum tubes between them until they got one to work.....
    Now that brings back a memory I haven't thought of in many years. In the late 50s to early 60s the corner grocery store had a tube tester and sold replacement tubes for your TV and radio sets.

    My first portable radio had three vacuum tubes, had a bakelite case and cost twelve dollars.


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    Originally posted by NormChris


    I remember when in 1959 my two sisters bought a number of broken black and white TV sets and kept switching vacuum tubes between them until they got one to work. That was our first family TV set.

    Then in 1963 I watched the coverage of the shooting and funeral of JFK on that very set.
    At least your sisters got the thing to work.
    I remember my father used to find broken TV's in the neighborhood,& bring them home to fix...Boy did we have a bunch of broken TV's & boxes of them vacuum tubes laying around in the basement

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    batman and the green hornet

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