“MORONG, PHILIPPINES: The Montagnards, the fiercely independent tribesmen of Vietnam’s Central Highlands who fought the communists in the jungles of Cambodia and Vietnam, recently decided to abandon their struggle and seek new lives in the U.S. In this April, 1969 photo, a Montagnard tribesman heads for his guard post at Tieu-Altar, South Vietnam with his baby strapped to his back. Sept 1 1986”
“FIVE JAPS TO HIS CREDIT – PHILIPPINES — Probably the youngest and proudest guerilla fighter in the Philippines, Ponciano “Sabu” Arida of Santo Maria, Laguna Province, Luzon, has five dead Japs to his credit. The eleven-year-old patriot, who fought the Japs throughout the three-year enemy occupation of the islands, is now working with a unit of the 43rd Division. — ARMY RADIO TELEPHOTO 4/19/45”
“AMARILLO, TEXAS, APRIL 11 – COMPETITION FOR THE GREAT EVEL KNIEVEL – Randy Black, 13, of Amarillo, Tex., is shown sailing over trash cans lined up in the alley near his home. Every spare minute he can muster, he heads for the alley, lines up trash cans, makes the jumps for thrills and money. Nine cans, his current record, measured slightly over 21 feet. APR 11 74”
“BOXING GOOD FOR BOYS – Despite potential for injury many childrearing experts believe boxing can help in a young boy’s development. Besides the physical benefits boys gain self-confidence and learn sportsmanship, discipline, and focus under adversity. Boxing advocates say it can be a positive outlet for the boundless energy boys are known for.
SHOWN – Victorious Coffeyville, Kansas, boys’ club boxers after a match in nearby Rogers, Arkansas. To help entertain its youngsters, the community’s United Fund supports the club – a center for boys between 8 and 15. FEB 75”