Why is this here? So you can read and learn to operate the midi player while the webpage is loading. In my webpages you have a choice of 2 or 4 music selections.You must understand how the midi player works so that you can enjoy the music that you select. Most of my webpages load in about 2 minutes or less.
Please read the following instruction and try out using the midi players below.
TO SWITCH from the music that is playing to another choice.
Press square button, third from right, to stop midi. VERY IMPORTANT all the squares must be yellow and no music playing before making the next selection.
To Start: Press arrow button next to square button of the midi you want to play.
To Change the volume drag the speaker, above the square, with the mouse.
This website is safe for the entire family.
This website was created for my shipmates, their children, their children's children andanyone else that might enjoy it. When I started this website I wanted a red, white, and blue color scheme so you will find alternate lines of red and blue on a whiteor marble background. I also use numerous graphics and music on every webpage. You may select the music you want to hear when there is more than one choice offered. This is to make your surfing of this website more enjoyable.
From The Officers And Crews
USS LEONARD F. MASON DD-852
with 3 twin 5"38cal. gun mounts
USS Leonard F. Mason DD-852
OF USS LEONARD F. MASON
UNTIL SOMEONE ELSE WANTS
TO TAKE OVER THE HONOR.
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All pages and content on this site 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 (All Rights Reserved), unless otherwise noted. If you would like to use something from my site on yours please contact me.
The USS Leonard F. Mason (DD-852) site (online 4/3/97) was designed by Ray Bales, GMC(SW), USN. Paul D. Henriott, CWO, USA. RET took over the website 13 June 1998. Information and photos contributed by Joyce Mason-Johnson.This site is best viewed using Netscape 4.7 and Windows display settings of High Color (16 bits) and 640 X 480 pixels.
There are a number of teachers fromaround the world that are using this websitefor their World War II study assigments. I have received requests from remote areas like Alaska where a library is hard to find. They want and are happy to use the website for their study assigments. The USS OAKLAND and USS LEONARD F. MASON websites are honored to be of an educational service to the children.