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NEW: Clean Hair Groom In A Tube pg.(12) The Isley Brothers- It’s your thing NOW in store! Only $8.99 Album pg.(1) Bill Cosby-New TV Show premieres 7:30p.m (pg.5) 1969 Buick gs 400 Cross Lander Stores (pg.10) Al’ s Restaurant New Specials $10.00 A Meal & Dinner Family Special only $15.00 For every 3 family members (Tuesdays Only)pg.(9) Symbols & Importantances Reflecting The Outsiders pg.(7)
It's Your Thing - The Isley Brothers Jean - Oliver Judy Blue Eyes - Crosby Stills Nash & Young Lay Lady Lay - Bob Dylan Leaving On A Jet Plane - Peter Paul & Mary Love Can Make You Happy - Mercy Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) - Edison Lighthouse Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet - Henry Mancini #15 Make Me Smile - Chicago Mendocino - Sir Douglas Quintet It's your thing Do what you wanna do I can tell you Who to sock it to It's you thing Do what you wanna do I can tell you Who to sock it to And if you want me to love you Maybe I will I need you woman ain't no big deal I need love just as bad as I do now Make me no difference now who you will It's your thing Do what you wanna do I can tell you Who to sock it to It's your thing Do what you wanna do Don't let me tell you Who to sock it to It's your thing Do what you wanna do I can tell you Who to sock it to Saying it's your thing Do what you wanna do I can tell you Who to sock it to Hit me band! Say it's your thing What you wanna do i can tell you Who to sock it to It's your thing Do what you wanna do Don't let me tell you Who to sock it to Saying it's your thing Do what you wanna do I can tell you Who to sock it to Hit me band
I read it in one greedy gulp, enjoying every minute." -Liz Smith "[Susann's] pulp poetry resonates to this day. With her formula of sex, drugs, and show business, Susann didn't so much capture the tenor of her times as she did predict the Zeitgeist of ours." -Detour “Never judge anyone by another's opinions. We all have different sides that we show to different people.” ― Jacqueline Susann, Valley of the Dolls “Never let anyone shame you into doing anything you don't choose to do. Keep your identity.” ― Jacqueline Susann, Valley of the Dolls “Yes, there's one thing I do want. I want to be aware of the minutes and the seconds, and to make each one count.” ― Jacqueline Susann, Valley of the Dolls es/22485.Jacqueline_Susann Jacqueline Sullivan has been a mixed media artist since first introduced to collage in a high school art class. Jacqueline has a degree in graphic design and worked for many years as and advertising and publication designer. She also has studied Calligraphy and Lettering Arts with many world- reknowned instructors, including Sheila Waters, Jenny Groat and Reggie Exell. She has taught many classes at Art Centers and Colleges in her home state of Michigan and teaches workshops for Art and Calligraphy Guilds and the top Art Retreats throughout the U.S. and Canada. Many of these handouts are coil bound into a book with either color photos or tipped in samples.
“Dwight David Eisenhower” ( ) Party: “Republican” President: “Term as President”: “ ” Vice President: Richard Milhous Nixon The War in Vietnam, The situation inherited by Richard Nixon was no less a "mess" than it was in November 1963 when Lyndon Johnson rose to the presidency. In fact, it was much worse. Over 500,000 troops were stationed in Vietnam; Americans killed in action averaged 1200 a month. And domestic opinion about the war was divided (no consensus on a course of action in Vietnam), negative (a majority felt that the war was a mistake), and pessimistic (people saw little progress at the peace talks and believed the fighting would go on for at least 2 more years). Added to the mix were the racial divisions in the country, the skepticism toward within the anti-war movement, and a long standing antipathy toward Nixon among Democratic loyalists.
Bill Cosby's work has always has always been distinguished by a keen intelligence, in every medium to which he turns his talents. 'The Bill Cosby Show' is one of Coz's less distinguished credits, but it deserves to be better known: this series is a brave attempt at doing something different. Although nominally a comedy, 'The Bill Cosby Show' was not a conventional sitcom, and there was only secondary emphasis on humor. (In other words, the show wasn't very funny... but it wasn't trying to be.) Cosby was more interested in depicting believable characters in plausible situations, addressing genuine issues of the time. 1.1 Cliff Huxtable 1.2 Clair Huxtable 1.3 Sondra Tibideaux 1.4 Denise Kendall 1.5 Theo Huxtable 1.6 Vanessa Huxtable 1.7 Rudy Huxtable 1.8 Elvin Tibideaux 1.9 Martin Kendall 1.10 Olivia Kendall 1.11 Pam Tucker 1.12 Russell Huxtable and Anna Huxtable "Pilot" "Goodbye Mr. Fish" "Is That My Boy?" “The Shirt Story" “Bonjour, Sondra" "You're Not a Mother Tonight" "Knight to Knight" "Rudy's Sick" "Father's Day" "Slumber Party"
BRUCE LEGG BHS 1969 FOOTBALL: 2 letters 1968, 69 BASKETBALL: Lettered 1969 TRACK: 4 letters, Co-capt Track Records: 100 yds 9.6 sec, 220 yds sec. Honors: 100 and 220 League Champion 1968,69, 880 Relay Champion 1969, Long Jump Champion 1969, 100 and 220 District Champion 1969, 880 Relay District Champion 1969, 100 and 220 Regional Champion 1969, 4th in STATE 220 yd. dash 1969, Torch Athlete of the Year 1969 College: Miami University graduate 1973
Sunsets and Sunrises: Sunsets and sunrises in The Outsiders represent the beauty and goodness in the world, particularly after Johnny compares the gold in the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” to the gold of the sunrises and sunsets Ponyboy enjoys. The sunset also stands for the common humanity of all people, regardless of the gang to which they belong—in their first conversation at the drive-in, Cherry and Ponyboy find common ground in their enjoyment of the same sunset from opposite sides of town.
If you remember the '60s, as the joke goes, you weren't there. It was the perfect storm of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. A hippie haze of happy days. And a few not-so-happy days. Dozens of books have been written about the decade, but 40 years later, author Rob Kirkpatrick has narrowed it all down to one epic year: Soda pop Curtis is hanging out with Darry and Pony Wall Photos Flair Boxes Soda pop Curtis Logout View photos of Soda Send Soda a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Oklahoma city Birthday: May 3, 1950 Political: Democrat Religion: Catholic Hometown: Oklahoma city Friends Darry Johnny pony Two-Bit Steve Soda pop Curtis is hanging out with Darry and Soda June 19, 1969 Dally Steve Randall to Soda pop Curtis Rumble tonight! May 20, 1969 Soda pop Curtis I can’t believe Johnny is dead. May 3, 1969 Soda pop Curtis Pony boy come home! April 19, 1969 Soda pop Curtis I'm going to smash some heads at the rumble tonight. February 10, 1969 Soda pop Curtis just hanging out with mickey mouse.
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There was no special edition of the 1969 Buick GS 400. That contrasted with the goings on at GM's other divisions, each of which was maneuvering to increase its midsize muscle car profile. Chevy uncorked some special- order super Chevelles. Olds headlined Hurst editions of the And Pontiac's big news was a pop-culture- inspired version of the GTO.
In the Wild Bunch the movie opens with a group of aging outlaw's final score, a bank robbery. The event concludes with a violent and overtly bloody shootout that would generally mark the finale of a movie. This is correct in that it marks the finale of an era, for the characters and the world they live in. They simply can no longer keep up, the times are changing, technology advancing, and they're style of life is getting left behind in the dust that they spent so long galloping through. They abandon their careers for the simpler life of retirement. They enjoy this time, they live their fantasies. During this time the law is always on their tracks, bounty hunters. The further into their fantasy they get, the closer their demise seems to get. When one of their own is captured they are faced with the choice of escape or what is certainly a suicide mission to attempt and free their fallen behind comrade
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Picture: "MIDNIGHT COWBOY", "Anne of the Thousand Days", "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", "Hello, Dolly!", "Z" Actor: JOHN WAYNE in "True Grit", Richard Burton in "Anne of the Thousand Days", Dustin Hoffman in "Midnight Cowboy", Peter O'Toole in "Goodbye, Mr. Chips", Jon Voight in "Midnight Cowboy" Actress: MAGGIE SMITH in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie", Genevieve Bujold in "Anne of the Thousand Days", Jane Fonda in "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?", Liza Minnelli in "The Sterile Cuckoo", Jean Simmons in "The Happy Ending" Supporting Actor: GIG YOUNG in "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?", Rupert Crosse in "The Reivers", Elliott Gould in "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice", Jack Nicholson in "Easy Rider", Anthony Quayle in "Anne of the Thousand Days" Supporting Actress: GOLDIE HAWN in "Cactus Flower", Catherine Burns in "Last Summer", Dyan Cannon in "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice", Sylvia Miles in "Midnight Cowboy", Susannah York in "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" Director: JOHN SCHLESINGER for "Midnight Cowboy", Costa-Gavras for "Z", George Roy Hill for "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", Arthur Penn for "Alice's Restaurant", Sydney Pollack for "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" Courage is being scared to death... and saddling up anyway. John Wayne Get off your butt and join the Marines!
Moon Landing The first man is landed on the moon on the Apollo 11 mission by the United States and Neil Armstrong and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the Moon. and the famous words "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." will become part of our history More Information and Timeline For The First Man On The Moon May 25th President Kennedy asks Congress for $531 million to put a man on the moon before the end of the decade June 16th Russians put the first woman in space on the Vostok March 18th First space walk by the Russian cosmonaut Alexey Leonov from the Voskhod March 16th first docking of two spacecraft Gemini 8 Commanded by Neil Armstrong docks with unmanned Agena Target Vehicle December 24th Apollo 8, was the first human space flight to leave Earth orbit and enter a different orbit around the moon July 16th Apollo 11 Launched from the Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39 in Merritt Island, Florida carrying Neil A. Armstrong ( Commander ) Michael Collins ( Command Module Pilot ) and Edwin "Buzz" E. Aldrin, Jr. ( Lunar Module Pilot ) 7. July 19th Apollo 11 passed behind the Moon and fired its service propulsion engine to enter lunar orbit. 8. July 20th Lunar module (LM) Eagle ( Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" E. Aldrin, Jr. ) separated from the command module Columbia ( Michael Collins ).