THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAICtlA, N. Y., TUESDAY, JULY 18/1989. A S S O C I A T E D P R E S S P I C T U R E N E W S W H E N I N R O M E , DO AS R 0 M A N S-That old rule of safe conduct seems to apply well to these Ethiopian notables who visited Rome, Italy, recently and gave above Fascist salute in.,_ subtle tribute to the nation that annexed their country in May, 1936. They were eiven a-Waita. ... welcome by Italians whose empire they joined May 9, 1936, when Kihe Emanuel was proclaimed emperor of Ethiopia. By virtue of this conquest, Italy acquired assorted Ethiopians and some sSO.OW Â· square miles of mountainous volcanic African territory. ' O L D S O R R E L , ' S U M I--With only an occasional visitor to note its frame, this skeleton of "Old Sorrel," the war horse of the Confederates' famous Civil War general, "Stonewall" Jacksen, draws dust at the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh. And so, hints Curator A. W. Henn: "Why shouldn't the South have the horse's bones? They have the hide on exhibit in Richmond." H A N D I W O R K - B i d s up to ri pound were made for lightning sketches made at a simple village fete in Kent, England, by Sir Edwin Lutyens (above), president of exclusive British Royal Academy. Membership socils excelled" in the arts. J U N G L E F E V E R--From Tarzan jungle films John Leyerer of Philadelphia borrowed his notion for beach attire at Cape May, N. J., where onlookers got an eyeful staring at the leopard trunks ihasely Miss Claire Ellis of New York. 4EL U . S . D E L E C A T E - A m e r - ican Girl Scouts, have Senior Scout Eleanor Johnson (above) of Sanfcrd, Me., as .representative at Canadian encampment in New Brunswick July 14-21. V / I N 5 IN A WAL K--in jury to his hind legs, broken by an auto, didn't daunt Roydic, a Pomeranian nursed back to health by Veterinary J. Coleman in Guildford, New South Wales. Rear legs bandaged. Roydie walked on two front lees IT'S N O ' S E T - U P -- W h e n Friscilla Lane of the film colony decides to heft one down the alley, her opponents in the bowlinsr league have to watch their laurels. Formerly named Mullican. she and sisters oace lived at Indianola, la. A R I A S - Opera Dorothy Kirsten, 22, ot ston, N. J., who sare**iSiiHiM* finance voicÂ« itud/ in iri *-- - S M O K I N G O U T T H E E N E M Y - M a n showed Mother Mature a trick or two. making clouds at Edsc'.vocil Arsenal. JVId., durinpr a demonstration of chemical warfare. Billowing pbos- nhnrus smokr hrlos lav down screen to rioak maneuvers. F I G H T I N G FOX L I V E S UP TON AM E--Throueh ankle-deep mud Fishl-nc Fox (rishl) sloshes by last turn at Suffolk s to win $50.009 added Massachusetts hantiicaTJ. beatinc Pompcon anti Challcdon. Belters had scorned Fightinc Fox, who paid $31. IN F A S T TEMPO-Spetdy was the name and MR.if this German-built boat in which Hans Stack reached *lÂ«Â«. * _ r claims is a record for speedboats in the l,*00-pound class. lfc_ ,, racrd his boat 31 Bi.p.h. in waters near Berlin... G R A N D C O U L E E F I S H F E R R Y_BCCÂ«Â«M of Importance of ^Imon to the Ftcffic Â«*rthweÂ«t, a syMfm Â«f fish ferryin)t lÂ»y means Â«f tracks is in osc at Grand Cttrtce dam, Washir.glcn. Ab*ve, a fisli trap av KÂ«ck Island dam empties into a waiting track whi.'h will !rarsport the 'and tr*Â»e past Grand Â·*!Â«Â«, which is too bifk (Â· biirdle, to strrAms btiÂ«n the W H i E L E O A Q U A R I U M - W h e n salmon are ferried pa=t Grar.d CÂ«al;e dam, ic* is dampffi into an l,S90-?OTind ire ink m trnck. Taak hfitw chill v.-attr to "condition" fir.h for ei?Â« C^vkt wiUcfc are coWer than spper Columbia.
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