Benjamin Rea, head of the Spanish department in Ambassador College, recently accompanied Garner Ted Armstrong on an urgent fact-finding tour through much of this continent. They laid plans for starting The World Tomorrow broadcast in Spanish. After traveling throughout Chile and then into Argentina, Mr. Ted Armstrong and I found German economic interests are gaining footholds in many of the industrial spheres. We also found that good relationships between Latin American countries and the United States and Britain were drastically waning. At this point, in the diary, we find ourselves ready to embark from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Uruguay. July 18 Boarding the plane in Buenos Aires, we had to ride 40 minutes across the estuary of the Rio de la Plata, to Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay.
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