MANNERS & MORALS: Kiddies in the Old Corral


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The gesticulating armies of children who will jam Central Park West and Broadway this week to see Macy's famed Thanksgiving Day parade were prepared for what could only be described as a Sensational Experience. Bands, clowns, floats and gigantic, inflated rubber animals were scheduled as usual. But Macy's, in one of its super coups, -had also procured the services of the noblest drugstore cowboy of them all—none other than television's black-clad, white-haired, 55-year-old William ("Hopalong Cassidy") Boyd.

When he hove into view—a gallant, smiling, if somewhat aging figure,...

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