The John R. Baca Band celebrated their 40 th Anniversary in the summer of 1932 in Fayetteville Included with the twelve members of that day, three were members of the original Baca Band . They were: Joseph Janak of West, John Kovar of Fayetteville and Frank J. Morave of Robstown. A large parade was held with four other bands attending.
19/12/14. RKB releases updated multilingual documents. RKB has recently enhanced its collection of multilingual documents. To better satisfy the worldclass attitude of the Group, RKB has made available its documents "This is RKB" and "Product Table" also in Bulgarian, Romanian and Russian.
Diet deteriorates. While Figures 19 to 23 indie how low the absolute tonnages of food production and supplies are in the targeted nations, the deterioration in the composition of the diet can be seen by looking in more detail at the constituent food groups that make up .
The Lee Moor Tramway has been visited on a number of times by the Cornwall Railway Society. Perhaps the most memorable time was, when as the West Cornwall Group Plymouth Railway Circle several members were given a guided tour over the route by Ivor Hocking, himself a member of the group involved in the restoration of the two locomotives which were stored on the upper section of the line.