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1 February 1964 $1.99 U.S. Life 2,500 teens begin abusing prescription drugs each day. 1 Many kids believe medications are safer to abuse than illegal drugs – but abusing prescription drugs can lead to addiction, overdose and even death. 2 Next to marijuana, the most common drugs teens are using to get high are prescription medications. 2 70% of people 12 and older who abuse prescription drugs say they get them from a friend or relative. 3 The most commonly abused prescription drugs are pain medications, sleeping pills, anti-anxiety medications and stimulants (used to treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders). 2 1 in every 5 teens in America has taken a prescription pain medication that was not prescribed for them. 1 60% of teens who have abused prescription painkillers did so before the age of year olds abuse prescription drugs more than ecstasy, heroin, crack/cocaine and methamphetamines combined.

2 Table of Contents Page 2. Top 10 hits of 1964 Page 3. "My girl" Page 4. The brady bunch Page 5. Thomas Louis Berger Page 6. "Little Big Man"- Thomas Page 7. Lyndon Baines Johnson Page 8-9. Albert J. Bart Page 11. Rings Page 12. Being a teeager in 1964 Page 13. Movies Page 14. Coca-Cola Classic Page 15. Springs in style Page 16. Maybelline Page 17. Julia Elizabeth Wells Page 18. Drug abuse

3 "You lost that lovin' feeling" "She's not there" -Rightepus Brothers -Zombies "You really got me" "Oh pretty woman" -Kinks -Roy Orbison "My girl" "A hard day's night" -Temptations -Beatles "House of rising sun" "I get around" -Animals -Beach boys "Where did our love go" "All day all of the night" -Supremes -Kinks Page 2

4 I've got sunshine on a cloudy day When it's cold outside, I've got the month of May I guess you'd say What can make me feel this way?My girl, my girl, my girl Talkin' 'bout my girl My girl I've got so much honey, the bees envy me I've got a sweeter song than the birds in the trees Well, I guess you'd say What can make me feel this way?My girl, my girl, my girl Talkin' 'bout my girl My girl Ooh Hey, hey, hey Hey, hey, hey Yeah I don't need no money, fortune or fame I got all the riches baby, one man can claim Well, I guess you'd say What can make me feel this way?My girl, my girl, my girl Talkin' 'bout my girl My girl I've got sunshine on a cloudy day With my girl I've even got the month of may With my girl Talkin' 'bout, talkin' 'bout Talkin' 'bout my girl, my girl That's all I can talk about Is my girl "My girl" It helped with a lot of the fans relationships, by helping men realize what they had and who was there for them.It expressed the way you think about your lady and what you see in them. Page 3

5 An American sitcom created by Sherwood Schwartz and starring Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, and Ann B. Davis. The series revolved around a large blended family. To me it was a show about how some families worked. As in they don ’ t have to be perfect. The Brady Bunch Page 4

6 (born July 20, 1924) is an American novelist. Probably best known for his picaresque novel Little Big Man and the subsequent film by Arthur Penn, Berger has explored and manipulated many genres of fiction throughout his career, including the crime novel, the hard-boiled detective story, science fiction, the utopian novel, plus re-workings of classical mythology, Arthurian legend, and the survival adventure. Berger's use of humor, and his often biting wit have led many reviewers to refer to him as a satirist or "comic" novelist, descriptions he prefers to reject. His admirers often bemoan that his talent and achievement are so under-appreciated, in view of his versatility across many forms of fiction, his precise use of language, and his probing intelligence. Thomas Louis Berger Page 5

7 "Little big man"-Thomas In writing “ Little Big Man, ” Berger broke new ground for a literary novel. His central character, Jack Crabb — born in a white family but raised from the age of 10 by Indians who call him Little big Man — interacts with various famous historical figures, including Gen. George Armstrong Custer and Wild Bill Hickok, and lives through various historical events, such as Custer ’ s Last stand Page 6

8 He was the 36th president of the United States. Congress passed the Civil Rights Act, a key success for the Civil Rights movement. The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution gives the President permission to take "all necessary measures" to repel any armed attack against the United States in North Vietnam.The economy grew rapidly, with widespread prosperity, rising wages, and the movement of most of the remaining farmers to the towns and cities. Lyndon Baines Johnson Page 7

9 ALBERT J. BART Page 8

10 Six foot, one inch, 198-pound Al Bart was a three-year starting tackle with Fordham University ’ s legendary “ Seven Blocks of Granite ” line with the Rams posting 13 shutouts in 25 starts over three seasons, Fordham ’ s composite record over that span was 18 wins, 2 losses, and 5 ties while engaging a major national schedule.Playing under head coach Jim Crowley and line coach Frank Leahy, Bart teamed with All-Americas Alex Wojciechowicz and Ed Franco, plus John Druze, Henry Jacunski, Mike Kochel, Joe Bernard, and the first two seasons with the immortal Vince Lombardi. The Rams ’ three consecutive scoreless ties with top-rated Pittsburgh created headline news, because Pittsburgh and Fordham were both undefeated in 1937, finishing Nos. 1 and 3 in the Associate Press Poll.Christened Albert Babartsky at birth on April 19, 1915, in Shenandoah, PA, Bart was chosen first team All-America in 1937 by NANA, Charles Parker and College Humor, and third team INS. He played seven seasons in the National Football League, , with the Chicago Cardinals, the with the Bears. The Bears in the 1943 defeated the Redskins for the NFL title.Bart enjoyed a long career with the Fruehauf Trailer Co., becoming Dayton area branch manager. He and his wife, Vera, had eight children. Al was an active member of the Dayton Agonis Club and Sugar Valley Country Club. Bart died December 29, 2002, at the age of 87. Page 9

11 The ones with the ring is the king!!!!!!!!!!(: Rings Page 11

12 Johnny has a really rough life. According to one of his brothers, sixteen-year-old Johnny looks like "a little dark puppy that has been kicked too many times and is lost in a crowd of strangers". When his parents aren't physically and or verbally abusing him, they're ignoring him. Johnny can stay away from home for long periods of time and nobody seems to care or notice. To make things even worse, Johnny was brutally beaten by a group of gang kids, the Socs.Now his lives in a constant state of fear. On top of that, he doesn't quite get enough to eat, he often sleeps outdoors, and is even contemplating suicide. The gang that Johnny is in makes up his entire support system, but since they're struggling kids themselves, this support is far from sufficient. He's tries to stand up and be a good person. We never see him being mean or mistreating others. Being a teenager in 1964 Page 12

13 The 50 years of Bond celebration continues with an ad from arguably the definitive Bond movie. Goldfinger is a masterpiece that helped the spy genre craze of the 60's reach its peak. I was lucky enough to see it on the big screen once but it would have been incredible to see it at the Plaza, which was one of the most beautiful theaters in Kansas City. Movies Page 13

14 Coca-Cola Classic Page 14

15 This advertisement showing Spring clothing styles appeared in the March 1964 issue of Boys' Life. Boys' Like is the U.S. Scouting magazine. There were often articles and advertisements on non-Scout themes targetted at school-age boys. The spread was entitled, "Spring's in Style". Page 15 Springs in Style

16 Wear a different flavor for each guy you kiss! Don't hate the player, had the game people! Maybelline!!!!(: Page 16

17 Born Julia Elizabeth Wells 1 October 1935 (age 76) Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England Nationality British Occupation Actress, singer, author Years active 1945 – present (stage) 1949 – present (screen) Spouse Tony Walton (m – 1967) (divorced) Blake Edwards (m – 2010) (his death) Children 5 Julia Elizabeth Wells Andrews made her feature film debut in Mary Poppins (1964), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. Page 17

18 Drug Abuse 2,500 teens begin abusing prescription drugs each day. 1 Many kids believe medications are safer to abuse than illegal drugs – but abusing prescription drugs can lead to addiction, overdose and even death. 2 Next to marijuana, the most common drugs teens are using to get high are prescription medications. 2 70% of people 12 and older who abuse prescription drugs say they get them from a friend or relative. 3 The most commonly abused prescription drugs are pain medications, sleeping pills, anti-anxiety medications and stimulants (used to treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders). 2 1 in every 5 teens in America has taken a prescription pain medication that was not prescribed for them. 1 60% of teens who have abused prescription painkillers did so before the age of year olds abuse prescription drugs more than ecstasy, heroin, crack/cocaine and methamphetamines combined. Page 18


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