“As I walked out the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I would still be in prison.” Nelson Mandela
“For some of my friends and neighbors, hate-filled words accomplished one of their many goals; separation from mainstream society. For others, it fostered an anger that grew to voracious proportions changing their view on life and themselves.” Lloyd Haynes from: The Lloyd Haynes Story
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HAPPY HAPPY 96th BIRTHDAY TO YOU, DEAREST DORIS DAY Ms. Day is an American actress, singer and animal welfare activist to name a few. After her first recording of “Sentimental Journey” in 1939, she recorded more than 650 songs from 1947 to 1967. She was one of the most popular and acclaimed singers and actress’s of the 20th century.
Father to Mike Jr. was Mitchell John Frankovich the adopted son of actor/comedian Joe E. Brown. M.J. became the producer of films like “Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice” and “The Shootist,” made vice president in charge of production for Columbia, and later awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in recognition of his “varied and extensive record of humanitarian activities.”
In the early 80’s, as president of Los Angeles Coliseum Commission, he helped bring the Olympic Games and the Raiders football team to Los Angeles.
M.J. Frankovich, Joe E. Brown, Mike Frankovich Jr, his mother British-born actress Binnie Barnes and Lloyd Haynes.
“When I grew up Negro children didn’t have the desire to go into films or television. We first had to overcome things like going into restaurants.” As a young boy, Lloyd dreamed of being an actor but put it out of his mind as just an impossible accomplishment. LLOYD HAYNES AND LEONARD NIMOY in “Assault on the Wayne” & 1970 TV GUIDE LIKE US ON: https://www.facebook.com/lloydhaynesroom222/