September 07 2009 at 12:59:23 Name: Rick M Topic: Freddie
Fuddrucker's Comments: Might that be it? (see
below) I recall a place with sides of beef hanging behind glass when
you walked in and watching them fresh grind the meat. Was long ago for me.
I think the franchise is still in business, but they dropped Freddie from
I believe the original 1984 Fuddrucker's location in Tulsa was 72nd &
Memorial where Lanna Thai is today, also formerly Tulsa Brewing Co. There
is currently a Fuddrucker's on E. 71st St.
Fuddrucker's is a running gag in the Mike Judge movie previous to his
current "Extract" (just reviewed
by Chew), which is
Chew himself keeps this tasteful dialog going in the next GroupBlog
September 07 2009 at 08:29:31 Name: Webmaster Topic: The real
I heard a story on NPR this morning about the 100th birthday of the Santa
Monica pier. Popeye's creator, E.C. Segar, used to hang out there in the
story has a photo of a sailor who may have been Segar's physical model
September 07 2009 at 02:56:57 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Canada signs
off Comments: I was always curious if the Canadians ran an anthem
sign-off patriotic clip, like we used to do at KTUL.
I found this low dollar, kinda 70s version of O Canada which might have been
used for THEIR stations when signing off.
September 07 2009 at 00:06:07 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Jerry Lewis MDAA Telethon on
WGN Comments: Jerry looks very aged tonight and frail. I last
saw him on live TV 2 years ago on the Telethon and he was "sparkin'". The
night is young...he really seems old...
September 06 2009 at 23:28:56 Name:
Woody Topic: "Soundies: A Musical History" Email: RainAsancedotcom Comments: Some weeks ago I watched a fascinating show on PBS
A Musical History", hosted by Michael Feinstein.
This program was about a machine that was popular in the forties and lasted
into the early days of television. It featured, a large attractive wooden
box, which housed a 16mm film loop of popular performers and some newcomers.
Through a series of mirrors, the film was projected onto a large glass screen,
easily viewed by the public. One inserted coins to start the process and
you had no control of what you were going to see. Each musical number ended
when a piece of lead tape passed over a sensor and stopped the film.
These films were shot very quickly in Hollywood and some of the talent played
either for free for the publicity, or the usual rate of $25.00
I was surprised to see a teenage Cyd Charisse as a lovely singer. Same for
Yvonne DeCarlo. Also a clip of Ralph Blaine and Hugh Martin with their quartet.
Ralph looked to be in his twenties. Other major players in their youth like
Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, all the unknowns who became the greats. Doris
Day as a band singer, etc.
I was hoping I could find this show available on PBS website, but such was
not the case. I Googled it and there are a number of sites that feature the
program, but they want to sell it to you. Perhaps the genius Webmaster can
find a way to this treasure, should you have an interest.
Many of these short films were done in one take. With some of these talents,
one take was quite enough.
September 06 2009 at 19:44:44 Name: over in Ranch Acres Topic: Jungle
Women Comments: Over a couple Nude Beaches with a Sherman Oaks
impersonator last night at McNellie's(this month's $3.00 beer special), the
dinner conversation somehow wandered to the guy on late night Cox Cable in
the '90's promoting "marriage minded women" from around the globe. Especially
I remember a few years back someone thought they had some tape, but nothing
more was ever posted.
Comments? Memories? Wedding Anniversary? We'd like to know.
September 06 2009 at 17:00:41 Name: K. Bolen Topic: MDA Telethon Email: email@example.com Comments: Our local MDA is also on our local FOX station,
WTIC, Fox 61, out of Hartford. It will be hosted by a former Tulsa anchor,
Brent Hardin. I believe he was on KOTV Ch. 6 if memory serves me.
September 06 2009 at 14:08:53 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: MDAA Telethon
Comments: Is 8 still doing this on Labor Day weekend? I worked
4 years of it in the 1970s...
No, it's KOKI Channel 5, our Fox affiliate. Starts at 10 tonight.
September 05 2009 at 14:22:17 Name: Daniel Wright Topic: Does Anyone
Remember Comments: Does any one remember a steak house/sports bar type
place in Tulsa. I was really young about 10 or 11 and the one thing that
stands out in my memory is that they had a window by the front doors with
a slab of beef hanging in it. The window must have looked into a cooler of
some sort. I know it was closed by 1989 or so. This has been driving me nuts
for years. Help please!
Could it have been UR Cooks? That's the only place I can think of with
a good excuse to hang a side of beef in the window. The novelty was that
you got to cook your own steak. I believe I went to the Tulsa one once in
the early 80s.
September 04 2009 at 17:33:51 Name: Scott Linder Topic: Brashier's (?)
Restaurant Comments: Does anyone remember Brashier's Restaurant on 11th
at about St. Louis, near Utica?
It was a nice place with good food, as I recall. It was the go-to place after
shows or gigs for music and theatre types in the 60s.
Owner Charlie Brashier was always a good friend of the regulars, and even
ran tabs until you got paid for your gig.
September 04 2009 at 09:34:13 Name: DolfanBob Topic: Bob's Fish &
Fowl Comments: That's why I love this site.
Ask and ye shall receive. Bob's Fish and Fowl indeed.
I can still picture John Chick in that promo spot.
I guess that's what great advertising will do for ya.
Thanks Mitch and Bo. Now on to the next memory.
September 03 2009 at 20:31:50 Name: K. Bolen Topic: Fish and Fowl Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Thanks Mitch!! Yup... that's it!!! I also had my
first set of frog legs there as well. I kept on eatin' though. *lol*
September 03 2009 at 18:55:09 Name: Tulsa Area Music Archives Topic: Vol. 3.6 bonus podcast now
available. Email: info at preservemusic dot
org Comments: Volume 3.6 "bonus" podcast now available...hear
Leon Russell, David Gates, & Glen Campbell on a Clairol "Is It True Blondes
Have More Fun" commercial...go behind the scenes and hear outtakes of a Phil
Spector recording session and The Byrds "Mr. Tambourine" session...
September 03 2009 at 18:10:57 Name: Mitch Gray Topic: Fish O Rama Email: North Of You Comments: You folks are thinking of Bob's Fish and Fowl. I
ate my first frog legs there. Never again thank you.
September 03 2009 at 15:29:05 Name: K. Bolen Topic: Food Establishment Email: email@example.com Comments: Hey BR... I've been racking my brain for a day now
trying to think of that place on 71st Street. Years ago, it was an
all-you-can-eat fish buffet and it was great.
It changed owners a few times and pretty much went downhill from there. I
keep getting the name mixed up with the "Hushpuppy" which I knew was further
up 71st and I believe it burned down years ago.
September 02 2009 at 14:46:14 Name: Michael Bates Topic: Did Onion morning anchor used to work
in Tulsa? Comments: I could swear the male anchor in this clip (from
the Onion News Network's morning show parody) used to work for KJRH. Am I
These Onion videos are hilarious. A couple of my co-workers got me onto
them earlier this year.
The anchor in this segment is played by Brad Holbrook, who did indeed
work for KJRH, as recalled by Kristi (Conrad) Stewart in
GB 177. Good catch!
September 02 2009 at 11:57:46 Name: Tulsa Area Music Archives Topic: Vol. 3.5 "bonus" podcast now
available. Email: info at preservemusic dot
org Comments: Tulsa Area Music Archives Vol. 3.5 "bonus" podcast
now available...over 2 hours of Leon Russell session tunes from the '60s...hear
Leon with Soupy Sales, Johnny Crawford, The Piltdown Men, The Vettes, Jimmy
Durante, Alder Ray, The Munsters and many, many more...
September 02 2009 at 10:28:43 Name: DolfanBob Topic: Restaurant Email: DolfanBob@lycos.com Comments: Speaking of old restaurants...
What was the name of the one at 71st just West of 129th St.? I remember John
Chick was a spokesperson for them. It was a catfish and chips kind of cuisine.
I only remember eating there a couple of times with my parents. The building
is still there right next to the motor/mobile home park.
September 02 2009 at 01:00:46 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: McCollum's on 11th
Street Comments: It was a TU Sunday night place to eat in the 70s.
TU had no food service on Sunday nights on campus.
We rotated between the Crosstown (before it was torn down), The Ranch House,
El Chico next to the Mapco building (and the Louisianne) and McCollum's.
Their food was good but not great. I loved their blue cheese dressing but
their tap water tasted funny. It was an okay place to take a date to.
I think I started shopping for my first new car ('74 Corona 2 door sedan
with aluminum block engine) at nearby Crow Brothers Toyota after seeing it
September 02 2009 at 00:08:26 Name: Gary Chew Topic: Where's McCollum's? Email: Northeast of Eden Comments: Roy Lee's right. I saw the building last time I
was in Tulsa. West of Sheridan about half way between that street and Yale...on
the north side of 11th. Good eatin' it was, indeed. If my memory serves me
here, I think it was not too very far one way or the other across 11th from
the old 66 Motel on 11th that was still open for bidness last trip I took
to God's Country.
Michael Wallis from
66: The Mother Road (1990): "But next door (to
Rogers Motor Court), McCollum's Restaurant is still cooking. More than
one Route 66 traveller has paused for a meal at McCollum's. Inside are booths
and a lunch counter, glass cases stocked with several species of pie, a genuine
malt and shake mixer, and a crew of highly capable waitresses who fill glasses
from sweating pitchers of water before customers have a chance to open their
September 01 2009 at 22:34:36 Name: roy lee Topic: McCollum's Restaurant Email: royleeshouseatgeemail Comments: McCollum's restaurant was on 11th St west of Sheridan.
The building is still there but they sell used cars. We went there regularly
and I thought it was great...
September 01 2009 at 15:07:05 Name: Kevin Topic: Tulsa restaurants Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Someoe posted a question about a Tulsa "Bass"
restaurant. When I was young, my Dad used to take me to McCollum's restaurant
for breakfast, and it was really good. Does anyone remember this, and where
it was at? I think it may have been off of Admiral.
August 30 2009 at 21:30:11 Name: Gary Chew Topic: California Conflagrations Email: Northeast of Eden Comments: Some fires are burning in NorCal this evening. Just
east and a bit north of Sacramento. Highway 49, a north-south Foot Hill highway
is closed near Auburn,CA. It's on the
I-80 freeway that runs from SF to Sac and on east through Reno and across
the rest of the nation.
Local stations are showing live copter shots of burning homes in the Auburn
area. Winds are mostly south to north in the region, so where I am---well
to the northwest of the fire area---we have no smoke in our air to choke
August 30 2009 at 10:44:30 Name: Scott Linder Topic:
Fires Comments: Lots of smoke, ash and acrid smell of fire here
in Glendale this morning. The sky is a pale shade of yellow... eerie. All
the area brodcasters are concerned that Mt. Wilson, the home of almost all
local transmitters, may be in some danger. So far, so good...
August 30 2009 at 05:39:14 Name: Dr. Lazarus of Tev'Meck Topic: Shuttle
"Discovery" Comments: On this date in 1984, space shuttle "Discovery"
was launched on its maiden voyage.
She shares the name with the spacecraft in
"To infinity ... and BEYOND!"
August 29 2009 at 05:46:12 Name: Webmaster Topic: Current Space Shuttle
The Discovery astronauts left Earth late last night for the International
Space Station. They are now heading for bed. Wakeup time is 1:30 pm CST to
continue their 13-day mission. Watch them on
NASA TV, and
listen to SomaFM's Mission Control to hear
the realtime audio over electronic ambient music.
Discovery will celebrate the 25th anniversary of its maiden flight during
August 28 2009 at 18:45:16 Name: Tulsa Area Music Archives Topic: Leon Russell-The Session Years Part
3 Email: info at preservemusic dot
org Comments: Volume 3 of the Tulsa Area Music Archives podcast
series is ready to download.
Over 200 minutes of Leon session tunes...hear Leon play with Patti Page,
Ray Conniff, Connie Francis, Chris Montez, John W. Bubbles, The Baja Marimba
Band, The Four Preps, and many more...
August 27 2009 at 09:20:19 Name: Jim Reid Topic: Dick Van
Dera Comments: Dick, who played Uncle Zip
(I think) after Carl left the show lived just south of 21st near Florence
August 26 2009 at 23:48:13 Name: Billy G. Spradlin Topic: KAKC Clock and KOME Email: email@example.com Comments: Just wanted to pop my head in and say Hi again.
I saw the KOME studios tour and thought it was fascinating, what was the
location of this building? And I'm also saddened to hear the news of Uncle
Zeb's passing. I watched him every afternoon with my brother when I got home
from high school. My neighborhood didn't get cable until 1978, so Zeb was
the only good show on!
We both spotted that KAKC clock: GB 289.
Here is the 1974 KAKC-FM clip you sent to Joe Riddle earlier this year in
August 26 2009 at 15:43:07 Name: Mike Miller Topic: Sen. Edward
Kennedy Comments: The celebrities are leaving us in droves! Senator
Edward Kennedy certainly had an amazing career and might have been President
if not for the Mary Jo Kopechne episode.
In 1969, I was a reporter at WTTG-TV, Ch-5 in Washington and covered the
Kennedys return to the Senate following that tragedy. It was a news
conference involving the ABM Treaty and Teddy was among seven or eight Senators
in attendance. I stood right next to him and his hands were shaking noticeably
probably in anticipation of taking questions about Mary Jo. But the Capitol
Hill press corps was kind enough to avoid the topic.
My only other Kennedy close encounter was covering a news conference at Hickory
Hill, Ethel and Robert Kennedys mansion, in McLean, Virginia. The thing
I remember most about that day as how kind Ethel was to everyone, including
the soundmen and lighting technicians. Bobby had been assassinated only the
The Kennedy clain certainly had their share of triumphs and tragedies. RIP
Edward M Kennedy.
August 26 2009 at 13:55:01 Name: Erick Topic:
Happyness Comments: Actually, there is a film starring Will Smith called
"Pursuit of Happyness". So, even though it is grammatically incorrect, there
is a prescedence of that particular spelling.
August 26 2009 at 12:35:39 Name: Beverly Topic: Spelling Email: BeverlyW58@hotmail.com Comments: Mike,
It happens when you're 50, too! I don't catch it until after it's posted.
August 25 2009 at 17:34:20 Name: Mike Miller Topic:
Unhappiness Comments: You know you're in your 70s when you can't spell
August 25 2009 at 15:14:13 Name: Beverly Topic: Uncle
Zeb Comments: Thanks, Mike. I'll try to do that.
Does anyone remember the name of Uncle Zeb's sidekick? A friend of mine and
I are having no luck. She used to babysit for him. She said he lived just
south of Florence Park (21st and Harvard area.) She said along with working
with Uncle Zeb, he was a producer.
That would be Cousin Zack, played by Kent Doll, whom I met at Carl's service.
See him at the top of this site's main Uncle Zeb
August 25 2009 at 14:39:54 Name: Mike Miller Topic: Picture of
happyness Comments: Beverly:
I think you have to email the attached photo to the webmaster.
August 25 2009 at 08:17:34 Name: Beverly Topic: Picture Email: BeverlyW58@hotmail.com Comments: How do you attached a picture from an e-mail to
what I'm writing to TTM? I have a picture of my son with Uncle Zeb and I
want to post it. I have no idea how to do it. My son is back in Norman now
so I'm on my own!
August 25 2009 at 00:04:15 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic:
Hartz at KOME studios Comments: It's hard to believe that I was last in this space
circa 1971. I presume this is upstairs from the old Harrington's store or
was this at another KOME location?
You newbies will see the outward curved walls in studios; this was for sound
deflection. KVOO radio had stuff like this and "hemi-hedral blister" windows
when on Peoria in the old building. Ditto the old KWGS in the basement of
August 24 2009 at 16:51:58 Name: Kelly Franklin Topic: Sheet Metal Color on Bellaire and Riverside
Drive-Ins Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: I was wanting to kwow if anyone remembers what the
outside sheet metal colors were of the Bellaire and Riverside Drive-Ins?...
possibly the Airview as well. It would be greatly appreciated!
August 24 2009 at 16:40:51 Name: Emily Elliott Topic: Hello from the hill Email: elliott at emilyw dot com Comments: I just wanted to say hello there. It's been a little
while since I've stopped by to say hello. I guess I'm still considered a
youngster in all the TV history, I've only been in town since 2001.
It was nice to see so many come to pay their respects to "Uncle Zeb" on Saturday.
I didn't have the pleasure of working with him personally, but I met him
a few times. I did however work with his son for a while. His son is an
outstanding man in his own right.
It was nice to meet the webmaster in person. He's much taller than I imagined!
Pleased to meet you and Gary, too, Emily.
August 21 2009 at 15:09:40 Name: Teb Topic: Zeb Email: tebii at comcast dot net Comments: My kids and I have the same fondness for this man
as most everyone else who came into contact with him. We, however, had the
privilege of living next door to him for many years; what a privilege that
was. We'll miss him terribly.
August 21 2009 at 13:23:02 Name: Steve Dallas Email: email@example.com Comments: Alas, another childhood icon of mine gone. I enjoyed
Carl's folksy humor and seemingly limitless energy so much, but will always
be especially grateful for him introducing me to those wonderful black-and-white
Popeye cartoons. Every time I watch one, I will think of him and his treasure
of a show.
Happy trails, Carl!
August 20 2009 at 17:42:40 Name: David W Reynolds Topic: The empty cartoon camp Email: joelcrowservo at
yahoo.com Comments: I was, like so many others around here (heck, across
America) saddened deeply at the loss of Mr. Bartholomew.
Had the good fortune to meet him a couple of times, most recently at the
Wagoner City Library where he did a short lecture on writing childrens books.
I'll never forget how thrilled I was to hear him end the thing with a hearty
cry of "I'll be lookin' for ya!". Wildly entertaining and funny.
He seemed to be a bit taken aback when after it was done, I asked him to
sign a picture that I believe I actually printed off this very site. But
he was so gracious about the whole thing. Sadly, my kids got hold of it and
destroyed it, but I still have a hand painted bookmark made by his wife that
Carl gave me.
Even sadder, just two hours after hearing the news about Carl, I got the
news my grandmother had just passed. I know your childhood slips away eventually,
but does it have to happen so damn fast these days?
God bless you, Carl. You brought a smile to many a face, including a lot
of full grown ones. Can't say that about too many people anymore.
August 20 2009 at 14:21:45 Name: Gary Chew Topic: Shyly Riding Email: Northeast of Eden Comments: Mr. Donut: Your story is very interesting. And has
the real ring of truth to it. As to the way your story ends, I can only say
that what you describe for us is simply a very plain and common example of
good old American capitalism in action.
(This email courtesy of The May Rooms Consortium.)
August 20 2009 at 12:44:37 Name: Johnny Donut Topic: RIDESHY (circa 1974) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: When the characters
R-I-D-E-S-H-Y were dialed on the telephone, you
were indeed connected to one of Tulsa's most famous brothels.
I think we found the number scrawled on a bathroom wall's For-A-Good-Time-Call
section at a local Der Weinerschnitzel. Somehow after numerous prank calls,
we managed to 'make an appointment' and were directed to a house behind and
directly west of the old Camelot Inn. The house was just recently razed as
part of the I-44 expansion project.
As high school kids would, we launched the most heinous assault of taunting
and outright vandalism that we could muster. After all, what were they going
to do? Call the police? It started one night when John's mother gave us the
remains of their Thanksgiving bone-in ham. Naturally, we took it to the residence
and threw in through a window. Don't try this at home! We should've been
Another night we egged a baby blue Lincoln Continental parked there, only
to be chased by the owner/driver from one end of the expressway to the other
several times. We assume the Lincoln was low on gas; at least lower than
John's mother's Blue Country Squire station wagon. Lucky for us.
We continued to harangue these poor people for months, driving cars through
the yard, throwing water balloons, eggs, biscuit dough from cans, and almost
anything else at the front of this house. We even went to the door on Halloween
wearing masks to get a closer look. No one came to the door, only a quickly
pulled back curtain revealed a woman's face. As we were leaving a taxi drove
up dispatching a customer clutching a brown paper bag containing a large
bottle. This cemented our suspicion that the location was still entertaining
Finally, after months of harassment, a few close friends took up a collection
one night and dared each other to take the funds and complete a real transaction
at RIDESHY. Money rolled in more quickly than a volunteer to claim it, but
eventually one of our own took the dare. After successfully making a
'reservation' over the phone, we were directed not to the residence we tormented,
but to a motel just east of Peoria that still stands behind Waffle House.
As I.. er the volunteer climbed the stairs to the appropriate room number,
he became filled with the terror of the 'what ifs'. What if she's hideous?
What if I get busted? What will I tell my parents? What if I catch a horrible
disease? He thought about turning and running away, but the gang was in the
parking lot ready to ridicule any 'chicken', so he knocked anyway. There
stood a scrumptious woman in her thirties with long hair and huge breasts.
I.. er I mean HE walked inside the room sheepishly as the call girl quickly
disrobed. "See anything you like?", she queried.
What took place next I'll never forget. Although a brief encounter, it was
also memorable. Exiting the room sans cash, I arrived at the car to a chorus
of cheers. He did it! He did it! As we were leaving, that very woman walked
out of the room and down to a parked car across the parking lot. It was only
then we realized to our dismay that it was a Tulsa County Sheriff vehicle.
She bent over and passed something to the occupant through the driver side
window. We never called RIDESHY again!
August 19 2009 at 14:30:35 Name: Webmaster Topic: Carl's
From Jim Hill:
Carl's service will be at First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa located in downtown
Tulsa at 7th & Boston.
The service will be at 1PM, this Saturday August 22.
And one more thing, Marilyn and Carl's son Blake are starting an Uncle Zeb
foundation to benefit children.
August 19 2009 at 13:56:38 Name: Gary Chew Topic: 60 Minutes Producer Dies Email: Northeast of Eden Comments: Don Hewitt died this morning at 86. How many great
TV programs has this guy produced for us?
August 19 2009 at 13:04:49 Name: Erick Topic: Uncle
Zeb/Nelson's Comments: Thought I would pay tribute to one Tulsa legend
by visiting another. So, this morning, I stopped by Nelson's Ranch House
for a Chicken Fried Steak and gravy with eggs and hash browns. Delicious.
I'm too young to remember the "original" Zeb show on channel 8, but I do
remember seeing it occasionally on Tulsa Cable in the early 90's. Even though
I was in my teens, I found it very humorous to watch, because it was obvious
that even though Uncle Zeb loved the kids, he wasn't going to put up with
any of their shenanigans.
August 19 2009 at 11:17:07 Name: Pamela Hower (by permission) Topic: Carl
Bartholomew Comments: Dad considered Carl his best friend. They have always
enjoyed a beautiful and fun friendship. And every time they hung up the phone
they said "I love you".
Marilyn had said Carl was painting the condo last Thursday. He was a real
trooper and stayed active through his years of coping with Myelodysplasia.
We never ever heard him complain. As Marilyn reminded us, he did not have
to go through pain and suffering, he went pretty quickly. That is a big part
I think of the surprise for all of us. He was just so present and seemed
Last night dad stayed up most of the night watching "Cole Justice" a few
times, Carl's wonderful movie. I told dad this morning after finding out
that Carl had passed around 1AM our time, that Carl probably got a kick "seeing"
dad watching his movie. We thought that was the best way to hold vigil for
We will never forget this man who was larger than life and who lived life
in every moment. We not only lost Carl, the creative genius and good man
that he was, we also lost the great Uncle Zeb, who entertained kids and even
more I think, the adults. We still love watching copies we have today. He
was a riot!
We all surround Marilyn now in love and prayer as she bids the love of her
life goodbye for now.
We are all here in California but we will be there in spirit at Carl's service.
I can still hear him saying " I'll be lookin' for ya!" and he will be, for
all of us, when we join him someday.
Happy trails Carl...until we meet again.
August 19 2009 at 09:44:31 Name: Jim Reid Topic:
Carl Comments: I really liked Carl. I got to direct the show a
zillion times. It was a fun half hour. I remember telling the camera guys
once to get me a "boy bump". That's what we called it when a shot of a kid
would come up with some wild line of audio that Cy had lifted from a soap
opera. Well I looked at the monitor to see my nephew Ryan. He was at a birthday
party and had come to the show.
Carl was very particular about his cartoons. None of that Harveytoon stuff
on his show. Only Warners and the B&W Popeyes. He and I got along really
well since we both loved old movies. I can remember him working on a movie
promo and he had a clip from Bride of Frankenstein that he loved. It's the
doctor saying "now it's time to put in the brain". He just loved that. Not
sure he ever found a place to use it. I got a note from Dale McKinney saying
how he is getting tired of losing people. I feel the same way.
August 19 2009 at 09:11:04 Name: Terri Topic: Uncle
Zeb Comments: "I'll be lookin' fer ye" - silenced. Thanks for
August 19 2009 at 09:09:13 Name: Webmaster Topic: Previous GroupBlog
Archived GroupBlog 297, where we learned yesterday
that our Uncle Zeb, Carl Bartholomew, has passed away.