Sorry for not responding. I just found this, because I had saved my original post, in my SAVED folder. Apparently I had never checked to be sent an email for any replies. Anyway, I went into my Software Manager, searching for various things related to ALSA (I am not really a TERMINAL guy>>LOL.
Anyway, one of the things that I ended up with is this, "HDA Jack Retask," (Jack retask for Intel Sound Card), and I messed around with some of the settings related to FRONT & Back LINE out or HEADPHONE Jacks. I thought that I had screwed even my BACK jack up, cause I lost the sound I was listening to, streaming one of my favorite daily programs. But then I went to, "Applications>>>Sound">>>and clicked on TEST for the LEFT then RIGHT, and got my sound, in both the front (Had a headset on) and the rear (My overhead speakers). So then I re-checked my streaming program and it had stopped, wasn't me messing up>>LOL. So I restarted it, and NOW I have sound both front and rear. Thank you for heading me in the right direction, although I avoid the TERMINAL like the plague. For some reason, you Linux experienced folk love using that, ME NOT
Found what I needed using the SOFTWARE MANAGER, as usual