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  1. 1. My Life in the 70’s My Scrap Booking By: Beatriz Labrada
  2. 2. My Younger Years 3 years old- I loved the flowers outside our house My first day home, my older cousin, Rosa Me and my cousin, Maria, when I was 5
  3. 3. My Favorite Cartoons I love cookie monster Zoom Pink Panther my favorite Woody Woodpecker
  4. 4. My Family My mom always loved colors My dad wrestling champ in college Family portrait me, mom, dad, Jose, Bianca
  5. 5. Watergate Cover-up in 1974 The Watergate Complex President Nixon Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodrow
  6. 6. The Godfather My favorite Movie Al Pacion Marlon Brando
  7. 7. Famous People The Jackson 5 Robert DeNiro Jack Nicholson
  8. 8. Fashion My mom’s favorite outfit My mom’s favorite shoes Another pair of my mom’s shoes My favorite dresses
  9. 9. My Home The love of my dad’s life My beautiful home Our new furniture Our first T.V. Set
  10. 10. Pete Rose Pete Rose was an amazing baseball player. He played as a third baseman. He loved to steal It’s a close call!!!! The greatest times of Pete Rose.
  11. 11. Inventions of the 70’s The first computer to have the Intel 4004 in it.   The Neutron Bomb on a Lance Missile A Neutron Bomb explosion at a test site The Videocassette Recorder
  12. 12. Eastfield Basketball My brother was the point guard for Eastfield My brother Jake Make those shots My Brother # 27
  13. 13. Graffiti became a new American art in the 1970’s American art form created by Black and Latino teens in 1972.
  14. 14. 1972 Olympics Massacre in Munich The hostages On Sept. 5, with six days left in the Games, eight Arab commandos slipped into the Olympic Village, killed two Israeli team members and seized nine others as hostages. Early the next morning, all nine were killed in a shootout Memorial
  15. 15. Electronics GE Pocket Mate, 1970's "Personal Portable", used by Tempe undercover cops Zenit Covert Video Camera 1970's mid-1970's camera One of the first 'desktop' computers                                 GE Pocket Mate, 1970's "Personal Portable", used by Tempe undercover cops                                 GE Pocket Receiver, early 1950 paging receiver                                 Johnson Messenger, 1 channel LB CB, mfg 1965                                 GE Tiny Talky. UHF separate Transmitter and Receiver Two RCA Tac Tec Portables
  16. 16. UCLA’s unbeaten record Wooden helped the team achieve two perfect seasons in 1972 and 1973, achieving a 88 consecutive-win streak. The team’s astounding 88-winning streak beat University of San Francisco’s 60-game streak by a long shot, but came to an unfortunate end on January 14, 1974 with a close loss to Notre Dame (71-70) By 1972, basketball Coach John Robert Wooden had led the team to seven NCAA Championships, and there were still three more to come within the next four years. Equipped with outstanding players such as center Bill Walton and athletes from exceptionally diverse economic backgrounds (unusual at the time) Bill Walton The Team
  17. 17. Toys Popeye The Sailor Man Raggedy Ann & Andy The Flintstones R2-D2
  18. 18. My School Days Talent Show My friends Our first Field Trip My best friends, Lucy, Maria, Monica and Me.
  19. 19. 1973 OIL CRISIS The 1973 oil crisis began on October 17, 1973, when the members of Organization of Arab petroleum Exporting countries announced that they would no longer ship oil to nations that had supported Israel in its conflict with Syria and Egypt (the United States, its allies in Wasters Europe, and Japan). In the U.S., drivers of vehicles with license plates having an odd number as the last digit were allowed to purchase gasoline for their cars only on odd-numbered days of the month, while drivers of vehicles with even-numbered license plates were allowed to purchase fuel only on even-numbered days
  20. 20. Apollo-Soyuz Test Project The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) was the first joint flight of the U.S. and Soviet space programs. The mission took place in July 1975. For the United States of America, it was the last Apollo flight, as well as the last manned space launch until the flight of the first Space Shuttle in April 1981 . The Crew
  21. 21. Work Cited Pete Rose: Inventions in the 70's: American art: Art: http :// Art: 1972 Olympics : Apollo-Soyuz: Apollo-Soyuz :