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November 22, 1954 | Horace Sutton
The islands off our southeastern shores can be had in Spanish, French, English, Dutch or plain American, and they're hot stuff in any language
December 13, 1954 | JOHN GROTH
Blessed with bright, white, sandy beaches, clear blue water for swimming or fishing, and a semitropical climate that makes for year-round comfort, the islands of the Caribbean are turning into an American playground....
January 03, 1955 | John Groth
Running, balking, jumping after a fashion, the donkeys shown here in the second of Artist John Groth's reports on Caribbean playgrounds are engaged in an annual extravaganza staged by the Jonkey Club of St. Croix, in...
February 21, 1955
In the islands that string from the tip of Florida to the top of South America—the Bahamas, the Virgins, Jamaica and a hundred more of the West Indian chain—three things are everywhere: sun, water and the American...
February 28, 1955
Baseball in the Caribbean area is exciting, but for some Big Leaguers it has its pitfalls