Iran Welcomes President Eisenhower
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Elizabeth Taylor is out of the hospital ... And The Times prepares to announce its Women of the Year.
Teresa "Terry" Kincheloe, 6, is learning "the domestic arts." She likes to dry the dishes, helps her mother in the kitchen, makes the beds, gardens and assists with housekeeping. I’m trying to figure out what made this so remarkable that it was worth a story and two photos.
Dec. 14, 1959: The Times says James Burnaby Stephen was “visiting” Georgette Hanks. If you read far enough into the story, you’ll find out they were in the bedroom. The story could have said: “A man who took his daughter on a Christmas shopping trip returned to the home of his estranged wife, then shot her and killed her boyfriend after catching them in bed.” But it didn’t.
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Now ask yourself: How many people take a gun when they go Christmas shopping?
April 16, 1960: He got away with it.
Among the skills Charlotte Ford learned at her European boarding school was how to pour a cup of coffee without looking.
What went wrong with the Edsel? Was it economics? Then again, it was an ugly car.
The Native Daughters of the Golden West place a plaque at Foothill Boulevard and Vaughn Street to mark D.W. Griffith’s movie ranch.
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Foothill Boulevard and Vaughn St., filming location of some of D.W. Griffith’s early movies and the “inspiration” for “Birth of a Nation.” According to the plaque, “Custer’s Last Stand” was filmed here. This may be Griffith’s “The Massacre,” although the location looks more like the hills around Chatsworth.
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