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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1938, Abilene, Texas VOL. LVII, NO. 278. Abilene "WITHOUT, OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OK FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT o 0 British Draft Provisions Of Italo Bargain LONDON, Feb. Minister Neville Cham- berlain and his Eden-less cabinet today got down to drafting the terms for negotiations with Italy. They were thoroughly aware of a growing peril to the coal- ition government if they failed to match Premier Mussolini's famous ability as a bargainer. Chamberlain's new "talk with dictators'1 policy and the re- sulting resignation of Anthony Eden as foreign secretary from the labor party and trades union council a challenge the government sub- mit the issue to an immediate general election. The government now lias more than double the strength of the ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING7FEBRUARY. 24, Legion Group Boosts Rodeo Abilenians Tell Cities To North Of Local Show By HAKHY HOI.T Trekking through a rich agricul- ture section, saturated by torrential rains, the Parramorc post of the optimism over possible success of Britain's new departure with Mus- solini as they pointed out each side has a long list of objectives which, in themselves and in the order in which they were placed, offered ob- stacles. BRITAIN'S WISHES Britain's main conditions as llst- I. Withdrawal of Italian forces from Spain and the Balearic Is- American Legion, yesterday carried the goodwill banner boosting the V.'cst Boys Livestock show and world championship rodeo here March 1-3, into the territory north of Abikne. The delegation, accompanied by the Hatdin Simmons university mhal" con( Cowboy band, waded out of the ed b) comPelel" quarters are: soggiiKss into towns where enthu- sias.ii at an elevated position. Being tardy as much as. two hours in some places didn't dampen the receptive spirit as hundreds of folk turned out to meet the trippers. 2 STOPS CANCELLED Bad roads not only detained the troupers, but caused much back- and necessitated cancelling scheduled stops at Old Glory and Swenson. Stonewall county tornis not on paved roads have become almost isolated since the heaviest rains history for February. After a tour of Fisher county towns nnu retreat over Ihe same route, the weary trippers rolled in- to Hamlin in the two buses for lunch .Riid first parade of the day. Lunch was in the Model hotel din- ing room. Extending greetings of welcome there were Mayor Joe Culberson. W. C. (Ted) 'Russell, banker, E. Benson, chamber of cymimerce secretary, and W A C jostle. 1 JUBILANT
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