The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 29, 1957 · Page 2
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,3>i Vf toiviVSiVen Is Sharp At Business b Br ALIKE M66BV I UntMd PtHS F ttsUfweod Write* ' ttOLLYWOOt) —«ft— One of the sharpest business minds in (own—a stock market customer *>h'6 owns oil wells, apartments, land, a nightclub and a factory /^-belongs, not to a middle-aged rhan, but to a beautiful movie Siren, Elaine Stewart. On celluloid, filaine is a Sultry beiuty with long, brown hair whd plays not-too-bright glamour girls and other wom- tri "The Bad and the Beautiful." She seldom talks about it, but a dig onto her personal life discloses that underneath it all she's the brainy, executive type. "Well, you look at acting in .t realistic light." explained Elaine. "I like what I'm doing, but do 1 want to sit around studios all my life? 1 decided to get info business, too." Elaine started to save her pennies when she first came to Hollywood. She lived in a modest J40-a-month apartment and •went without a car. A friend in. the stock market helped "Elaine invest her savings from 'her salary at MGM, where she was under contract at the time. "I got in pictures during the slow side of the movie business but on the stock market 'everything started booming. My "Kock tripled," she said. : She next moved on to buy two apartment houses and open a small nightclub at nearby 'Malibu Beach, "The Cottage." She bought a tract of land near . Palm Springs and soon will cash in on the desert boom by tub-dividing it into lots. She is manufacturing facial masks and a make-up that she perfected. She turned independent producer and plans to nuke her own movies and TV films, the first being "Tramp Athlete," the life story of Stanley "Bow-Wow" Wojtkiewicz, ex- husband of columnist Shellah Graham. •'I hope to build my own studio in the desert," she added casually. While more famous stars were worrying over how to pay •their income taxes this spring, beautiful Elaine was drilling four oil wellsin Texas. To make us spendthrifts feel worse, she hit a gusher with the first one recently. "I like my double life," Slain* grinned. "The movie crowd doesnt know about my business activities. The business crowd seems fascinated by the idea that a young actress ; would b« interested in busi- ,n«S€." i Graduates , (Continued From Papa 1) Lee Hibbetts Jr., Mary Margarette Hopson, Carmen Rochclle Huggins, James Patrick Hunt, Carol Jo Jackson, Peggy Yvonne Mason James. James Joe Janlk, James Randall John- ion, Robert Turner Johnson Jr.. Sally Belle Keith, Beverly Joyce Kennedy, Preston Scotty Kennedy, Barbara Ann King. Norma Jean Knowles, Wallace Wilbur Koennlng, Cecil Everett Koym. Kenneth Wesley Krenek, Dell Thomas Lacefield. 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