Do you remember May, 1976?

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By Scott McEvoy, HealthMarkets Insurance Agency

If you were in high school in 1976, you are likely approaching age 65, which is when you will begin making decisions regarding your Medicare options.

To learn more about your options, give me a call to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation educational meeting.

In the meantime, enjoy recalling these memories from May 1976:

Top 5 Singles – May 15, 1976
#1 Boogie Fever – The Sylvers
#2 Welcome Back – John Sebastian
#3 Silly Love Songs – Wings
#4 Fooled Around And Fell In Love – Elvin Bishop
#5 Love Hangover – Diana Ross

Top-Grossing Movie This Week
All the President’s Men

May 1976 Events
• Bold Forbes, ridden by Angel Cordero, won The Kentucky Derby in front of a crowd of 115,387 people at Churchill Downs in Louisville.
• The Super Proton Synchrotron at CERN was first activated as an improved particle accelerator for physics research.
• The Wings Over America tour by Paul McCartney’s band opened in Fort Worth, Texas, the first time McCartney had performed in the U.S. since The Beatles’ 1966 concert at Candlestick Park.
• Inventor Kazuo Hashimoto filed the patent application for the Caller ID that would become the standard for AT&T.
• In the U.S., radio news commentator Paul Harvey began the popular daily radio segment The Rest of the Story.
• The Emmy Awards ceremony was hosted by John Denver and Mary Tyler Moore (who won the award for “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series” and whose popular sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show won “Outstanding Comedy Series”).
• The wine competition nicknamed “The Judgment of Paris” was held in Paris, France, involving a blind wine tasting by 11 judges, nine of whom were French. To the surprise of onlookers, the top-ranked red wine in the judging was a 1973 vintage cabernet sauvignon from Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars of Napa, California.
• Janet Guthrie became the first woman to qualify for a NASCAR race, earning the 27th starting position (out of 40) in the World 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway with an average speed of 152.797 miles per hour.
• The Who set a record, recognized by Guinness World Records, for “loudest band,” with a measurement of 126 decibels at a concert at The Valley in Charlton, London, breaking the 1972 record of 117 dB set by Deep Purple.

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