The Fall of 1966 was one of the greatest times for pop culture. We still recall vividly the toys, shows, movies, and music after all these years. Star Trek and The Monkees debuted on tv that Fall. The Monkees were near the top of the charts with 'Last Train To Clarksville', Tommy Roe was singing ' Hooray For Hazel', and Neil Diamond was having one his first successes with ' Cherry, Cherry' . The 1966 Christmas catalog was coming out and young Philip was drooling over cool toys including: Mr. Potato Head, Frosty the Sno-Cone Maker, Hoppity Hooper Game, Super Ball, and Batman bath tub toys. My friend Hal Lifson even wrote a book some years ago about all the fun stuff from 1966. I hope you will tune in for another Those Were The Days radio show on WRCO FM 100.9 this Saturday night. Your requests will be welcome and we will have a trivia question each hour that will make you stop and think. Become a Solid Gold dancer this Saturday night. Keep that transistor radio close to your ear and hear some fun stuff!