The Prescott, Arizona Daily Courier has a new article about Hugh O’Brian, star of TV’s popular Wyatt Earp series a half-century ago. (In an accompanying photo, he sports the famous flat-brimmed Earp hat.) The 85-year-old actor, who is also reported to be the youngest Marine DI on record, achieving that status at the age of seventeen during WWII, tells the Courier that he has kept busy in recent decades with the coordination of his Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Development (HOBY) program, which has sponsored programs “to provide lifelong leadership development opportunities that empower individuals to achieve their highest potential,” with hundreds of thousands of American teenagers participating over the years. Mr. O’Brian is now developing World Youth Network (WYN), which seeks to bring HOBY’s activities to other nations. He was in Prescott this week to talk with Ed Nixon, the thirty-seventh President’s brother, about the possibilites for bringing WYN’s work to China.