Saturday Jul 5
Roth & Company, P.C.
July 5, 1944
Today is the 70th anniversary of my Dad's last mission in World War II. He was operating the machine gun in the top turret of B-24 42-78127 in an attack on the submarine pens in Toulon, France.
Adventurers led Australians to Tour de France as World War I loomed
When a strapping dairy farmer named Don Kirkham and a diminutive tinsmith Iddo "Snowy" Munro set off for the 1914 Tour de France, they unknowingly planted a seed for generations of Australian riders.
Metal Center News
National Bronze Still Expanding After 30 Years
NBM commissions a new casting line at its Ohio foundry. By Tim Triplett , Editor-in-Chief In its 30th anniversary year, National Bronze & Metals Inc. is still in a growth mode.