National Geographic : 1941 Nov
Staff Photographer Luis Marden A Connecticut Yankee Raises Four-leaf Clovers in Panama The tiny symbols of good luck are grown as a side line by a telephone company official in the Canal Zone. They are planted in sterile sand to keep them free of fungus, and thrive on plant food sprayed over them. These leaves will be exported to greeting card and novelty makers in the United States. U.s.Army signal corps, umciai Army Fails toScore A private, first class, runs into difficulties with abashful ring-nosed San Blas Indian baby. Canal Zone troops, nicknamed "Junglemen," publish their own newspaper, The Panama CoastArtillery News. With itsprofits they have built a radio station which broadcasts tothe United States.