1964 Issue 1 - May 15,1964
Top ten songs of 1964 • 1. I Want to Hold Your Hand • 2. She Loves You3. Hello Dolly4. Oh, Pretty Woman5. I Get Around6. Everybody Loves Somebody7. My Guy8. We'll Sing In the Sunshine9. Last Kiss • 10. Where Did Our Love Go
Lyrics to I get around • Oh yeah, I'll tell you somethingI think you'll understandWhen I say that somethingI wanna hold your handI wanna hold your handI wanna hold your handOh, please, say to meYou'll let me be your manand please, say to meYou'll let me hold your handNow let me hold your handI wanna hold your handAnd when I touch you i feel happy, insideIt's such a feelingThat my loveI can't hideI can't hideI can't hideYeah you, got that somethingI think you'll understandWhen I say that somethingI wanna hold your handI wanna hold your handI wanna hold your handAnd when I touch you I feel happy, insideIt's such a feelingThat my loveI can't hideI can't hideI can't hideYeah you, got that somethingI think you'll understandWhen I say that somethingI wanna hold your handI wanna hold your handI wanna hold your handI wanna hold your ha-a-a-a-a-a-andRead more: http://artists.letssingit.com/the-beatles-lyrics-i-want-to-hold-your-hand-cm3blgf#ixzz1uTZqxPHh LetsSingIt - Your favorite Music Community
Best selling novel • The Spy Who Came in from the Cold : begins with the death of Karl Riemeck. Leamas is recalled to headquarters in London where the spymaster Control asks him to carry out one last, important mission: to infiltrate East Germany’s Intelligence service with the aim of discrediting and effecting the removal of its chief, Hans Dieter Mundt. • Written by: John Le Carre • He was born on 19 October 1931 in Poole, Dorset, David John Moore Cornwell – known worldwide as John le Carré – was educated at Sherborne School, the University of Berne, and Lincoln College, Oxford, where he gained a 1st class Honours Degree in Modern Languages. After a short stint as a teacher at Eton (1956-58), he joined the British Foreign Service, working in Intelligence. He was Second Secretary at the British Embassy in Bonn, then Political Consul in Hamburg.
Leonard Edelen • Leonard Edelen was a marathon runner and he ran in the 1964 Olympics. He got 6th place in the marathon and he made it in 2 hours 14 minutes and 28 seconds. He planned to keep running for the US Olympic team for years and years.
Lyndon B Johnson • Born August 27, at Stonewall, Texas. • March 19, birth of his first daughter, Lynda Bird. July 2, birth of his second daughter, Luci Baines. • January 2, elected Majority Whip of the United States Senate. • November 2, re-elected to the U. S. Senate for a second term by a margin of 3 to 1. • January 3, took the oath of office for the full six-year term in the Senate and immediately resigned. • November 22, Lyndon Baines Johnson became the 36th President of the United States following the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas
Twilight Zone • Robert Duvall, Mariette Hartley, Ron Howard, Robert Redford, Burt Reynolds, William Shatner are the main characters • The TV show is drama/ horror • And it is an American anthology • I haven’t ever seen the show, but my Uncle Mark loves it.
Advertisements • People used to drink cokes from the glass bottle. They ate things like wings, pizza, Arby’s, vegetables, horsemeat and whale meat. For snacks they ate healthy stuff like vegetables • The movie Mary Poppins came out in 1964 starring the actress Julie Andrews, who won the best actress award for the movie and also starred actor Dick Van Dyke. The movie is a musical that is produced by Disney.
Advertisements • The car of 1964 is the 1964 Mustang and it was $2368 which came out in April, 17 and it weighed no more the 2,500 pounds. Then a new model was introduced in September. • A place that people ate at in 1964 is Arby’s. People loved Arby’s and loved to eat there. People say the food was good and that the people who worked there were nice and they really liked it.
Best actress • The actress that was nominated for the best actress Academy award was Julie Andrews. She was nominated for this award because of the movie Marry Poppins. The other major actors that she worked with were Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns and Hermione Baddeley
Opinion • In my opinion it wouldn’t have been great to live in 1964 because they didn’t have the advanced technology that we have now. They didn’t have electric cars, cell phones to communicate with each other and there clothing style is not something I would want to wear.
Being a Teenager in 1964 • My daily life would have consisted of going to school, football practice, and church. On the weekends I would go to the drive in movie theatre with my friends and to the local ice cream place to hang out. It would have been a lot like my life is now except for the fashion was a lot different.
Famous people born in 1964 • Sandra Bullock (Actress) • Amy Roloff (Reality show) • Bobby Labonte (Nascar driver) • Courtney Cox (Actress) • Lenny Kravitz (Singer/Actor) • Nicholas Cage (actor)
Popular Baby Names • Boys: • 1. Michael • 2. John • 3. David • 4. James • 5. Robert • Girls: • 1. Lisa • 2. Mary • 3. Susan • 4. Karen • 5. Patricia
Bibliography • Myvideostore.com • Trueknowledge.com • Filmsite.org • Thepeoplehistory.com