Thursday, May 28, 2009

Please Note!
New address change.

Retired CBS Engineers Association.
PO Box 45
Massapequa Park, NY 11762

which we had for over 30 years has been changed to my address.

The new address is,

Retired CBS Engineers Association
127 Rhode Island Ave.
Massapequa, NY 11758

Tony Casola

Friday, May 22, 2009

I've ben informed that Jim Martens son, Jimmy passed away May 21. Jimmy worked in Engineering Construction at CBS.

Tony Casola

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

When was that show on?

When was that show on?

Now, we can possibly answer that question for ourselves.

A friend has forward an amazing website in which you can flashback
to the era of 1930 through 1960 and look at radio station listings in
several major newspapers, including the New York Times. First, click
on a year, then the month and scroll to a specific date, and the schedule
for that day appears. You can also zoom-in on a given page for easy
reading. It's a fascinating visit to memory lane and sent to you with
the hope that you might enjoy it as well!

Dave Schwartz

Click here --> Old Radio Logs

Monday, May 18, 2009


I was just informed that Sam Ambrosio passed away last night. At this time, I have no particulars to post. I will post them as soon as I receive them.

Ted Perzeszty

Saturday, May 09, 2009

Now online, for your viewing pleasure, is the Swan Club Luncheon of April 29th.
This is the largest album we've posted, so far!
The firat two pages are people pictures, and the next six pages are from the amazing gardens of the Swan Club. All pictures are courtesy of Ted Perzesty, Irwin Solow and Holly & Dave Minott. There may be some duplicates, since we were all taking pictures independently. If there are any corrections needed, please let us know.
Click here for the album --> Swan Club Luncheon
For your viewing plesure, the April 4th Swan Club Album is now online!
This is the largest lbum in our collection (so far!)
There are eight pages of photographs! The firast two pages Are people pictures, and the rest are some amazing pictures of the Swan Club gardens.
All photos are courtesy of Ted Perzes