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May 11, 1964
"There may be one or two people dropping in for breakfast on Saturday," Governor Edward Breathitt of Kentucky warned his wife. So, not wishing to seem improvident, the hostess at the executive mansion in Frankfort...
October 28, 1968
Scott Spann, 10, of Greenville, S.C. won the Nolan B. Myers Award as the local YMCA's best all-round athlete. He is a fine football player, but it is as a swimmer that he excels. Spann holds six Southern age-group...
November 30, 1970 | William F. Reed
Now is as good a time as any to clear up some misconceptions concerning Frankfort, Ky., a modest city (pop. 23,500) only a few furlongs away from the heart of the famed bluegrass horse region. Frankfort, not...
August 30, 1971
Steve Matulac of San Bruno, Calif., the Northern California 8-year-old judo champion, won the national title for 9-year-olds at an AAU-sponsored meet at Arizona State University. Only 4' tall, he defeated eight boys,...
April 08, 1974
Sir:Well, the kiss of death still lives. You tried not to jinx the UCLA-North Carolina State game by putting both Bill Walton and Tom Burleson on the March 25 cover. The game (two overtimes) was as close as the jinx...