1970s

The latest & greatest AM/FM radios (1970)

The Blue Max. It's a radio. 4-1/4" high and futuristic. This see-through beauty is so intriguing, people can't keep their hands off it. Inside lights up. Top-firing speaker. Wrap-around tuning ring. Earphone j... Read more...

Battlestar Galactica intro (1978)

Considering it spawned two revival series, a movie, books and comic books, it’s hard to believe that Battlestar Galactica had such a humble beginning -- it ran for only one season of 24 episodes on ABC, fro... Read more...

The reinvention of Fleetwood Mac (1976)

Fleetwood Mac gets it together By Kathie Staska and George Mangrum One of the hottest bands in the country, and one of the tightest bands in the world, is Fleetwood Mac. This band has been making great ... Read more...

DB Cooper remains elusive (1976)

DB Cooper remains elusive: Jumped with $200,000 5 years ago The discovery of a tattered pair of pants has failed to generate any more dues to D.B Cooper who disappeared with $200,000 after the hijacking of... Read more...

New VCR by RCA to debut (1977)

New VCR by RCA to debut The fledgling home television video tape cassette recorder (VCR) industry, only a year old and with a mediocre track record among consumers so far, receives a big shot in the arm this... Read more...

Get your very own Pooch Pouch (1972)

The Pooch Pouch It's wetproof inside! It's yours for $3.50 and a box-top from Nice'n Easy, the honest-to-you haircolor. If you don't have a pooch, you need a shoulder-tote, right? A beach bag? A thing to ke... Read more...

The first Earth Day (1970)

( EDITOR'S NOTE: April 22 across the nation has been designated Earth Day, the culmination of demonstrations and teach-ins protesting the deteriorating state of the country's environment. Although Earth Day... Read more...

Impala’s high resale value (1970)

If the competition had Impala's high resale value, maybe they'd be No. 1. Maybe. The people at Chevrolet generously offer these tips to competitors to help improve their resale value. They could try add... Read more...

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