Bob Turns Old (Again) Today!

8/25/2019 Bob Z's 73rd At The Santa Ana Elks


The Jam Session served as a backdrop for another celebration, Bob turned old again! What happened in 1946 Major News Stories include (UNICEF) United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund Established, War Crimes Tribunal in Nuremberg, War Crimes Trials held in Tokyo, Mensa created, AT&T announce first car phones, Bikinis go on sale in Paris, United Nations' first meeting, baby boomer years begin.

Following the end of the war people expected a better life than before the war years with the Great Depression causing poverty and hardship worldwide.

There were major shortages in jobs and housing for those returning from war , around the world the start of the baby boom also started as couples married and had children , also there were still shortages of food, and materials.

Bob Shares His Birthday With...

Tommy Lee Jones September 15th
Susan Sarandon October 4th
Justin Hayward October 14th
Ted Bundy November 24th
Candice Bergen may 9th -- Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
Jimmy Buffett December 25th -- Pascagoula, Mississippi, U.S.
George W. Bush July 6th -- New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.
Cher May 20th -- El Centro, California, U.S.
Tyne Daly February 21st -- Madison, Wisconsin,, U.S.
Sally Field November 6th -- Pasadena, California, U.S.
Freddie Mercury September 5th -- Stone Town, Zanzibar
Dolly Parton January 19th -- Sevierville, Tennessee, United States
Steven Spielberg December 18th -- Cincinnati, Ohio
Sylvester Stallone July 6th -- New York, New York, U.S.
Donald Trump June 14th -- New York City, New York, U.S. friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Hal made three trips to the buffet before getting a good flame!

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
One more trip and they may have him carry the Olympic Torch next year

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Marcia was minding her own business when... friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Marcia learned the word "Skeedattle"

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
The little device opened and individual candles were lit

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Then it played Happy Birthday!

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Leon happened to have marshmellows

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
It whirrled and twirled and captured everyone's fancy! friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Bob is called for his special talents....blowing HOT AIR friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
WARNING!!! To NOT stand down wind!!! friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
"I'm going to huff...and puff....and blow the house down" friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Afterwords it took ten minutes for the dust to settle friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
It will NEVER be the same!

Did You Know That In 1946...

1. Tupperware is introduced to U.S. consumers.

2. The innovative plastic food containers were developed by Earl Tupper out of a type of plastic that he had created in 1938.

3. Tupperware became a new alternative to storing food that weighed less than glass and was less easy to break.

4. It was also made with an airtight design, allowing a longer time for storage before the food went bad.

5. Originally, Tupperware was not very popular as a product in retail stores because people did not know what it was or how to use it.

6. In 1948 the Tupperware company began hosting Tupperware Home Parties where the products could be demonstrated and tested in front of potential buyers.

7. They were often sold by homemakers directly to other homemakers, creating a unique career opportunity for many women after World War II.

8. The early popularity of Tupperware reflected a changing American society as suburban life became the norm and the need for quick and easy food solutions increased.

9. Sales boomed throughout the next decade as the brand became a household name and a staple in many kitchens.

10. Tupperware has also adapted to changing household needs since the 1940's and 1950s. It has been re-invented into items that are the most useful for families or individuals as the way households operate has been constantly changing since its creation. friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
It's Tool Time

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Donna wants to see... Maybe there are jams, jellies, makeup in the bag? friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
Iris gets an education on calipers from Bob and Will

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
A handy tool to have around!

Did You Know? - In February , the first programmable, general-purpose electronic digital computer was introduced at the University of Pennsylvania. It was called ENIAC, which stood for "Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer" and was built by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchley for the U.S. Government during World War II. The project began in 1943 and cost about $400,000 to complete. The computer was gigantic and took up the space in a room that was thirty by fifty feet. The first task that it had was to work on calculations related to hydrogen bomb construction.

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
We are enjoying the party! friends

Bob Z turns 73 at SAE
They smile as the left-handed remote extending device is examined! friends
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