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George Winslow

George “Foghorn” Winslow (May 3, 1946 – June 13, 2015), born George Karl Wentzlaff, was an American child actor of the 1950s known for his stentorian voice and deadpan demeanor. He appeared in several films, some opposite such stars as Marilyn Monroe, Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Dean Martin, and Jerry Lewis. In the late 1950s, he retired from acting.

Joey Pendleton

Joey Pendelton was a Democratic member of the Kentucky Senate, representing the 3rd District from 1993 through 2012. He previously served as Minority Whip. The 3rd district, according to redistricting legislation passed during the 2013 Extraordinary Session, includes Christian, Logan, and Todd counties.
Pendleton has served as chairman of the legislature’s Tobacco Task Force, Pendleton was an advocate for tobacco growers and their financial interests. He also worked to promote agricultural diversity, and championed legislation to permit the agricultural and industrial development of the controversial hemp plant (which ultimately passed the Kentucky Senate in the 2013 Regular Session).
He has served on the Health & Welfare Committee. In 1998, he received the “Better Life Government Award” from the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities for support of legislation that created a state income tax deduction for long-term care insurance. The Brain Injury Association of Kentucky awarded Pendleton with the “S.T.A.R.” Award in 1998 establishing the Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund. Pendleton serves as Project Manager for the Murray State University School of Agriculture. He was also named Outstanding Young Dairyman for the Southeastern United States in 1977 and received the 4-H Alumni Award in 1989. In 1996, he received the Distinguished Service Award from the Kentucky Association of Conversation Districts. Prior to his tenure in the Senate, Pendleton also served three years as a magistrate on the County Fiscal court in the county where he lives, Christian County Kentucky.

Greg Gumbel

Greg Gumbel (born May 3, 1946) is an American television sportscaster. He is best known for his various assignments on the CBS network (most notably, the National Football League and NCAA basketball). The older brother of news and sportscaster Bryant Gumbel, he became the first African-American (and Creole) announcer to call play-by-play of a major sports championship in the United States when he announced Super Bowl XXXV for the CBS network in 2001. He is of Creole ancestry. Gumbel is currently the host of Inside the NFL (since 2014) on Showtime and NFL Network. He works alongside Boomer Esiason, Phil Simms, Ed Reed and Brandon Marshall on the program.

Ron Terpening

Ron Terpening (born Ronnie Harold Terpening on May 3, 1946) is an American writer, professor of Italian, and editor. Though he started his writing career as an author of young-adult fiction, where the father/son conflict is a major theme, he is best known for his later novels of suspense, most of which are set, at least in part, in Italy, reflecting his academic background as a scholar of Italian culture. His thriller League of Shadows, for example, deals with the Fascist Era in Italy and its aftermath in the contemporary world. A later international thriller, Nine Days in October, came out of the author’s course research on the forces of order and disorder in contemporary Italy and follows a band of criminals and ex-terrorists as they attempt to carry out an assassination plot. All of his novels, including Storm Track and Tropic of Fear, the latter set in Paraguay, are noted for their strong sense of place. In most of his novels, his protagonist is usually a common man placed in a situation where powerful forces are arrayed against him.

Gerard Janssen

Gerard A. Janssen (b. May 3, 1946) is a Dutch-born jeweller, watchmaker and political figure in British Columbia. He represented Alberni in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1988 to 2001 as a New Democratic Party (NDP) member.
He was born in Venlo, the son of Nicholas Jannsen and Maria Sloesen, and came to Canada with his parents in 1952. Janssen later took over the operation of the business established by his parents in 1956. In 1967, he married Florence Edith Irene McIver. He was a member of the Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce, also serving as its president. Janssen was first elected to the provincial assembly in a 1988 by-election held after Bob Skelly resigned his seat to enter federal politics. He served as government whip in the assembly. Janssen was a member of the provincial cabinet, serving as Minister of Small Business, Tourism and Culture from 2000 to 2001. He was defeated by Gillian Trumper when he ran for reelection to the assembly in the new riding of Alberni-Qualicum in 2001.

Elizabeth Horrocks

Elizabeth Horrocks (born 3 May 1946) is an author and winner of the BBC Mastermind.
Horrocks attended Whitchurch Grammar School in Cardiff, a school also attended by fellow writer Andrew Davies. She then graduated from Bristol University in 1967 after which she went on to have a teaching career. Schools at which she taught include The Grove School Market Drayton, Clayton Hall School in Newcastle Staffs, and Hyde Clarendon College in Hyde,Greater Manchester
In 1974, Horrocks contested and won the BBC Mastermind programme, hosted by Magnus Magnusson with specialist subjects Shakespeare’s plays, Works of J.R.R. Tolkien, Works of Dorothy L. Sayers. Subsequently she took part in various Mastermind “Specials”, most recently Mastermind Champion of Champions in 2010 answering questions on “Arthurian Legend” which has been a lifelong subject for her.
Horrocks is the author of the Arthurian Trilogy featuring the works The Edge of Doom, The Dark Space and The New Found Land. She has a new take on the Arthurian legend with the introduction of time travel mixed with the rural and quiet settings of Alderley Edge in Cheshire.

Silvino Francisco

Silvino Francisco (born 3 May 1946) is a retired South African professional snooker player who won the South African Snooker Championship 4 times.

Rabah Saâdane

Rabah Saâdane (born 3 May 1946, in Batna) is an Algerian football manager and retired professional football player whose playing career was abruptly interrupted at the age of 27 by a car accident. He was last the manager of the Algerian national team before resigning in September 2010.