A. J. (Anthony Joseph) Foyt is the first driver to win the Indianapolis 500 four times. In 1960 he scored his first professional victory in a U.S. Automobile Club (USAC) midget car race in Kansas City, Mo.Foyt has been inducted into numerous motorsports halls of fame. Since his retirement from active racing, he has owned A. J. Foyt Enterprises, which has teams in CART, IRL, and NASCAR.
A .J. Foyt behind the wheel of his winning midget race car in 1960
John Carpenter, film director, screenwriter, producer, and composer ismost associated with horror and science fiction films such as his 1978 big hit, Halloween that helped give birth to the slasher film. The theme from this classic is one of the most recognizable to this day.
THE THING (1982) is a remake ot the 1951 Howard Hawks film, The Thing From Another World.
James Earl Jones, a multi-award-winning actor of stage and screen is best known for providing his deep voice for Darth Vader in the Star Wars franchise. His first big role was the part of boxer Jack Jefferson in the film version of the Broadway play The Great White Hope, 1967.
James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander in The Great White Hope
Jones as B-52 bombardier Lt. Zogg in Dr. Strangelove
Bob was a founding member the legendary northwest instrumental combo, THE VENTURES. He and Don Wilson formed the group in 1958. The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008. Bogle was 75 when he died from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Vancouver, Washington.