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Color Country Spectrum (Newspaper) - June 27, 1976, Saint George, UtahColor country spectrum volume 13 number 91 the printed voice of Utah s booming Southwest sunday j Une 27, 1976 six nations join economic meet Foid leads Summit conference Dorado puerto Rico up1 president Ford led the chiefs of six other major Industrial nations into puerto Rico saturday for a Summit conference aimed at keeping their current economic booms from going bust. The luxurious Dorado Beach hotel once owned by the family of vice president Nelson Rockefeller and site of the meeting was turned into an armed Camp. White House officials expected puerto rican demonstrators favouring Independence from the United states to mass outside the hotel grounds sunday the Day the seven world leaders begin their talks. Ford the Host and first to arrive at san Juan International Airport diverted attention from economic matters by warning Cuba that the United states would retaliate if the Castro government interfered in the Domestic affairs of the United states and puerto Rico. Ford had ruffled puerto rican feelings by failing to inform them in Advance the Summit would be held on puerto rican soil but he attempted to mollify the islanders saturday by praising their right to freely determine the nature of their ties with the United states. It was the second economic Summit held by six of the Heads of state who met last november in Rambouillet France. President Valery Giscard d Estwing of France did not invite Canada to that conference. Attending this meeting were the leaders of the United states West Germany. Japan great Britain. France Italy and Canada All of whom Are in some sort of political trouble and look to is conference to improve their images the subject on the Agenda was coordination of their policies on economic growth Energy Trade currency Exchange rates and relations with third world and Oil producing nations. We Are fully aware of How important it is for us to work together to shape policies to achieve stable economic growth and to respond to the new challenges and opportunities which face us Ford said upon arrival at san Juan. Scheduled to arrive later saturday were prime Plains a democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter Wadas into a Muddy Pond being drained on his farm rounding up Bass and Bream for a fam Fly Fly Fry. Carteri flanked by his brother Billy and a 17-year-old-Niece Jana. Up loses in Minnesota minister Takeo Mai of Japan. Prime Aldo Maroof Italy. Chancellor Helmut Schmidt of West Germany and prime minister James Callaghan of great Britain travelling by the controversial Anglo French concorde plane. Prime Pierre Elliott Trudeau of Canada had been scheduled of arrive Early saturday but his departure from Ottawa was delayed because of a strike crisis in the Canadian airlines. President Valery Giscard d Estwing planned to arrive sunday by regular Jet. Guards with sidearms were placed at every-100 Yards along an internal Road in the fenced in the 500-acre Dorado Beach hotel compound. Hundreds of plainclothes police filled the hotel s rooms. Public entry into the hotel was prohibited and special credentials were required to pass through two checkpoints at the cer Romar Beach hotel the companion hotel of the Dorado Beach. Since Rambouillet. The seven nations have experienced different degrees of economic recovery from the is Moth . Recession that spread quickly to Europe and Asia. The big three of the Western nations the United states West Germany and Japan Are in the midst of Strong recoveries. Together their Gross National products Supply two thirds of the total Gross National product of the non communist world. The strength of their recoveries is one of the Touchy matters to be discussed by the seven leaders. The Speed of the recoveries has caused concern that this will bring about commodity shortages Industrial capacity roadblocks and ultimately Force the stronger nations to apply economic brakes before the weaker great Britain and had time to reduce their High unemployment and stabilize prices the Speed of the recovery itself serves As a test of our ability to insure Long term stability in our Ford said. This is not a test however for the United states alone. It is a special Challenge facing the people of All the must realized in a White House staff paper prepared for Ford the United states warned that it would resist pressure from at Home and abroad to further pump prime Economy. The staff was Given to Ford for his private talks with the leaders warned that it would be v More prudent for Short term policy to err on the Side of caution other than on the e Side of another difficult matter is the breakdown in the dialogue Between the industrialized nations and the developing nations. Reagan continues Delegate Hunt Ronald Reagan who narrowly avoided a shutout at the Minnesota Republican convention saturday took his Delegate Hunt to the More Fertile grounds of Montana and Idaho and hoped to narrow even further the slim Lead held by president Ford. After losing 17 to 1, in Minnesota Early saturday Reagan went West charging the Ford Campaign with making a desperate attempt to change rules at various state conventions to Benefit the president. Reagan got Idaho s 4 remaining Delegate saturday and counted on All or most of the 20 chosen in Montana where he campaigned and 21 in new Mexico. After the Minnesota and Idaho conventions the up Delegate count showed Ford with of the 1.130 needed for nomination to Reagan s 953, with 103 uncommitted and 139 to be chosen. Democrat Jimmy Carter who won 8 of 13 delegates from North Dakota and 2 of 4 from Colorado saturday called Ford a very Good very kind honest person who has not done a Good Job in leading this with Only 5 democratic delegates not yet will be chosen in puerto Rico next week Carter had at least delegates far More than the needed to give him the nomination. A Reagan sweep in the West could have brought him to within 70 Delegate votes of Ford with 98 left to be chosen the weekends of july 10 in North Dakota and Colorado and july 16 in Utah and Connecticut in every convention state i be visited so far there have been desperate attempts to change the rules unusually to my Reagan said. He also complained about the Republican National committee s approval of Ford backers to hold key National convention positions. If we Are going to be suddenly told at this late stage in the game that in a spirit of fairness we should Start dividing up delegates then i want to Tell you that i would agree with thai if we could go All the Way Back to the first primary in new Hampshire and Start Reagan lost the nation s first primary in new Hampshire by less than one percentage Point but got Only 3 of the 21 delegates. Ford was in puerto Rico saturday for the opening of an economic Summit with Allied nations. Carter who had a fish Fry at his Plains ga., Home. Saturday before making fund raising speech in Atlanta and going to a relative s wedding reception said he would help other democrats raise Money for their fall campaigns. Because the new election Laws provide total Federal financing of the presidential campaigns ruling out individual contributions fund raising will be done by the two major parties on behalf of All their candidates. Well raise Between s5 million and million party will maybe with a telethon or some other Effort none of which would be spent for my Campaign except an indirect Benefit from registration and getting out the said Carter. Brian Goddard meet your Carrier Brian Goddard la carries t. George route 9. He is the son of Roger and Thelma Goddard and resides at 227 w. Tabernacle. His hobbies and special interests Are hiking collecting rocks and old relics bicycle Riding and swimming. Brian was second place Winner in winning a Black and White portable television and Many other valuable prizes. He enjoys his route and sets had Many compliments from Bis customers on his Good service. Or. Clark announces candidacy Cedar City or. Gwyn it Clark has announced her candidacy for the Iron county school Board from precinct 4 which includes the area of Cedar City Between 1-15 on the West to main on the East and Center Street on the North. In announcing or. Clark says Good schools Are a great asset Superior schools Are one of my top interests and or. Clark has taught for Many years in elementary school High school and also on the College level. In connection with her College assignments she has super Vised and trained teachers visited and studied Elemen tary schools in Utah and throughout the United states. From my study and observation said or. Clark i have concluded that Superior schools Are dependent upon Well trained dedicated teachers a Strong administrative staff and Wen informed supportive or Clark is now retired from teaching and indicates this will be an asset to her in giving her the time to devote to Public service on the Iron county school Board Brad Benson Parowan age nine saved the life of a two year old child when the baby fell into an irrigation ditch and Brad rescued the child before it entered a Culvert. Parowan youth saves life of two year old Hoffman spectrum com Pondant Parowan there was a sudden burst of children s screams when two year old Mark Johnson son of or. And mrs. De Vetenson toppled into a Large irrigation ditch at the Corner of second South and first East in Parowan wednesday evening. The baby was Carreed Down Stream approximately 25 feet by the rampant water then under a mesh wire that covers the Mouth of an underground Culvert. Little nine year oled Brad Benson son of or. And mrs. Lloyd Benson of Parowan was nearby. Alerted by the children s screams he rushed to where the baby was lodged momentarily at the Culvert s opening. Brad Tore at the steel mesh wire where there appeared to be an opening repeatedly calling. Of. No Mark of mrs. Benson Brad s also alerted by the Childre is screams ran across the Street arid arrived at the scene As her son manipulated the baby through the Small opening above the icy water. Except for minor facial abrasions Little Mark Johnson is in excellent condition at his parents Home. In wars the Brad reasons receive some of the nation s highest medals for such valiant action. In Parowan Brad is received by the grateful parents of Mark Johnson and his own proud Mother and father. Viking sends Back Cloudy picture Pasadena. Calif

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