Panama City News, November 7, 1952

Panama City News

November 07, 1952

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Issue date: Friday, November 7, 1952

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Panama City News (Newspaper) - November 7, 1952, Panama City, Florida Tables Stadium Question Northwest Florida's Newest Newspaper PANAM TELEPHONE 8585 VOL. 7 SIXTEEN PAGES TOITED PRESS (FULL WIRE SERVICE) Northwest Florida's Most Complete Morning Newspaper WDLP-AM-FM 590 kc 98.9 me TRADE IT! See the Used Car Bar- gains in Today's Clas- sified Section. PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7 195? NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIA-TION- 'COMPLETE SERVICE) PRICE FIVE CENTS 150 H ear urammond Lis Legion Membership Benefit A crowd of 150 pel sons in the American Legion Home last night heaid Addison Diummond, depait- rnent comniandei, list the benefits of Legion and the Panama City post on to greater efforts. j Speaking at the kickoff banquet of the Legion's membership drive, Drummond said the American Le- gion "is just what the make it j "Panama Citv has always been rmiong the outstanding he said, "and I feel confident that It will continue to be so." Radio audiences of both local Stations heard the address m v.hich tSiummond pointed out the fields work cnried out by the Lesion. The first, he said, is woiship, ioliowed closely bv Citizenship. "These two are b.iMC, he said, "in all our lives S p e a K i n n- i "-'Uil t H has said he will inci.- d eventual" tax rcduc- to oirc i federal there could be no tremendous cut in taxes unt.l the outlook for world peace is decide o Tac nrovidt r Tn.000-a--vear excrss conora'ions wih 'ne "0 unless renewed. a. t taxes are slated of Jnn 1. 1954. AC'- nnd -rev tsrobabh wouid J.--C by to- c in the i' r unt Her- :o' ,_i. tK" o'. er- votes and v. 60 r- cerii; T'r.e "f expected to o the same The Tdication of whether The Eisenhowc- w acUocate an im- t'-i mediate reduction will prob- tion v ably come in his State of the Union a -eai message to to be dehv- Ex, '.axes on ered aite, h.s inauguration Jan. 20. hquor. beer. ira o-aso- By that time. Eisenhower's line will be reduced bv about ers will nave nad a chance to study j SI 000 000 000 a vear Ao- tne budget prepared ov the outgo- j nl 1. 1954. unless the law 'is mg administration to see whether, changed most taxpav- Midwinter Conference iroi-T-1 DCT Disabled Veterans to the' To Be Held ;n Orlando t rertur-j M-c: :.v. .icrcf o: the 800.000.000 i ablf-a Ant .n Vi-teiar.s wi'.l be held in Xov 15 ard 16, sms as celegstes here from the Eleventh Ois'rict convention in sr..d Jackson Cr.apter 22. com- manded bv Her'oer; Chnstmaa, was host for the convention. ;