“YOUNGSTERS ACROSS THE NATION DECLARE IT TO BE A “STAR WARS” HALLOWEEN.
Parents around the country say that the strange characters from the summer’s smash hit movie Star Wars are the most requested costumes this Halloween. Children of all ages have fallen in love with the space opera and its collection of odd creatures, robots, and human heroes, and the film’s most popular quote, “May the Force be with you”, has quickly become the official catchphrase of 1977.
Shown: Four “Jawas”, one “See-Threepio” and a popcorn tin on roller skates masquerading as “Artoo-Detoo” ready themselves for a trick-or-treat attack on Salina, Kansas. OCT 30 1977”
Growing Up Old School, by Tab LaFollette, is a very enjoyable book about growing up in the 1960s and 70s. There are some minor proofreading issues that can be distracting at times, but if you would like to relive some old memories, or just want to know what it was like to be a child of that era, this book is a good place to start.
“All blond tresses and freckled forearms, this reject from the sequel to “Star Wars” is actually two creatures, both earthlings. They are members of the swim team at San Bernardino Valley College – and seen from almost any other angle their relationship would be more readily apparent. The topmost limbs belong to one swimmer, all the others to a second, who is unlimbering – with help – before a race. Sat. Oct. 15 1977”