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i. o -, - 5 0 I. * q . J . j 5 S 5 General J. Fred Miles Host To Distinguished Derby Party CHURCHILL DOWNS, Louisville, Ky., May 4. — General J. Fred Miles, noted Kentucky sportsman and financier, will entertain a distinguished number of guests at the seventy-seventh running of the Ken-0 tucky Derby. The roster indued Mr. and Mrs. E. E. "Buddy" Fogelson of Texas she is the former Geer Garson of the films ; Ed. Pauley, former ambassador to Russia, and former head of the Democratic National Committee; Ponsett Davis, Texas oil man; Lew Baringer, Washington, D. C, broker; Robert Butler, former ambassador to Cuba: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Regan he is the well-known singer and actor ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred N. Steele president of Pepsi-Cola ; Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Chesley vice-pres-0 ident of Pepsi-Cola ; Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bryant of Dallas, Texas; Leo McLaughlin, former mayor of Hot Springs, Ar-j kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Porter Miller pres- ident of WRGC : Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller president of Citizens Fidelity Bank ; Major General and Mrs. Ira P. Swift com-0 manding general, Fort Knox ; Brigadier General and Mrs. R. E. S. Williamson as-s sistant divisional commander, Third Armored Division ; Brigadier General and Mrs. John C. MacDonald, chief of staff, the Armored Center, Fort Knox ; Colonel and Mrs. E. M. Fickett commanding officer, School Troops, Fort Knox ; Colonel and Mrs. T. D. Roberts assistant commandant, the Armorder School, Fort Knox ; Colonel and Mrs. H. D. Heiberg president. Army Field Forces ; Colonel and Mrs. W. F. Jennings deputy post commander, Fort Knox ; Colonel and Mrs. C. P. Bixel di-i rector of training, Third Armored Divi-s sion, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Evans, of Louisville.