HELP FOR ANGELA

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Announcing: HELP FOR ANGELA on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014VFV8KA $2.99 Kindle “Congratulations Carolyn Haynes! Readers and professionals agree that Ms. Haynes has the wonderful talent and ability to draw the reader in and paint very feel-able emotions. This story enables you to see the scenes in your mind! We look forward to more adventures with this new author.” Amazon

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I met Sonny

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“I met Sonny at South Bend Central High School around 1949 when I was a sophomore. My homeroom was on the first floor, and so was Sonny’s. He used to tell me that he and I were the best-dressed guys at South Bend Central High. I spent a lot of time with Sonny and when he became famous in his television hit “Room 222” he stayed in touch with me. His untimely death shocked and saddened me, but I have wonderful memories of my pal Sonny Haynes.”– Larry Giantomas, from Indiana.

Lloyd, Larry, and South Bend Central High 1949

A FUN DISCOVERY

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The USS Pickaway 222, was LLOYD HAYNES transportation home from the war in Korea at age 18. Seventeen years later he starred in Room 222.   https://www.facebook.com/lloydhaynesroom222/   https://thelloydhaynesstory.wordpress.com

First Book

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“Books are a uniquely portable magic.” -Stephen King                                                            Having fun working on the cover of our first book  https://www.facebook.com/lloydhaynesroom222/
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Jean Rouverol Butler, Blacklisted Screenwriter, Dies at 100

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BByMfFV.imgJean Rouverol, a screenwriter who was blacklisted by Sen. Joseph McCarthy and fled to Mexico with her husband, died Friday at the age of 100, according to a funeral notice posted by her family.

Rouverol Butler’s introduction to showbiz came at an early age. Her mother, playwright Aurania (Ellerbeck) Rouverol, was the creator Andy Hardy and many films for MGM. At 17, the young Rouverol was discovered in true Hollywood style while in a high school production. Her first professional acting role was as W.C. Fields’ daughter in “It’s a Gift” (1934), and she went on to appear in 11 other films.

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