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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1938, Abilene, Texas Roosevelt Sends Second Peace Plea To Hitler Alone WASHINGTON, Hep! 27.—(AP)—Pr#*Mtent Hm*sevelt tonight    a new pear* App#*! to ChAneellor ll it Iff, The president Mid the "tot# of the world t<»Haf mid In* morrow ” now »<* at «*fak<\ His teiegram w rut to Berlin it 9 p to Central HUndtrd Time, fallow mg ton f error rn with stale department official*. It wa* directed only to Hitler. Appealing to the Herman chancellor to continue at all coat* present negotiations, the chief executive laid: "In my considered! judgment and in the light of the experience of thia century continued negotiation* remain the only way by which the immediate problem can be disposed of upon any lasting basis. “Should you agree to a solution in this peaceful man* tier." the message continued. “I am convinced that hundred* of millions throughout the world would rerogni** your I action a* an outstanding historic service to all humanity M "Allow me to state my unqualified mn victim! that his tory end the soul* of every men, woman and ehild whose lives will he loaf in the threatened war will hold us and all of na accountable should we omit any appeal for its prevention.’’ The message was in anawer to Hitler'* reply to Ms, Roosevelt’s first pear# appeal, in which the chancellor had pointed to what he called the historical mistakes of the Versailles treat**, "The questing before the world today, Mr < haneellor, is not the question of error* of judgment or of injustices committed in the past,” Mr. Roo**celt said. "It i* the question of the fate til the world today and tomorrow.’*ic ^triune Reporter ~Jietos 'XVII HOUT. OK WITH    OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR    FOES WE SKL I Ut R EXACTLY AS IT GOI.S.'-Bron VOL. LVIII, NO. 120. • I Cl ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1938 —TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTSBRITAIN MOBILIZES ENTIRE NAVY COMPLETING SWING TO WEST AND SOUTH— BOOSTER CLUB PREPARES TODAY FOR FINAL JAUNT ADVERTISING WEST TEXAS FREE FAIR esM. wart Ii mat, north ami wilt Un *wt and •••ta in th* fir r M BU IS Abr,rn* Booster dub alter completing a awm* •NI aru! south y#*t# day wee* The trip Tu#*rt*> rovraed a Int sr hauled to prepare wear for th* of term*** AJroad* having mad* final trip at^^wme the West fw* known the atrwctkm* offend by th* raw openmg CMO pan* oat* a «MI grWI a •lidral ait test rn ta* yr* and* el th* fair dortof th* Si ter* af ll# pMPdBgfdMXR met lh* o*m*r#ad* lo Ms ftrsa rent rraepttow at Cato- here nest Henge?, Th* a»wuo rn ip lodar. bvt Hneaigf WSH i«s# *ff Ira a awl tot* ta* lattWory oorSb •WM al Abd**** That batt alroot!* « ■opant )oorw*y* bf awn tai bu* I* the moth route * fair rn Tye, Merkel Trent, gweet* Beg Cannon, who acted a* me* oater sud (Mate#. ‘he    maMrcad*    tar of    mmwmtm during the tup made m ten* to; stop* until    it    sr*    and »pr se nm th# Altin Barm* rived st Loreto# TmM*%    round    mal atatem intend teed In thee* ran and a    Si*    th#    Ha**-*    nadir# •no #*tend#d a ate- !rippert lap AIMton# furadra morn* rom* ta th* group tn« at I MI a tora is drone    Bare#    Batter "pro adrad" that off* Ute a# th* Proawai (HI th* Rrawnilwg (NI #*rop*n* *««M |h**d#d e welcnmtnfl commute* Bit I apr ma wa* the luncheon »,np ar. • tjme In which the Bonder* the moat of their placard# and • larboard* At Water Valier the    »d* berame atparated, she bu* ta*rn* a direr! htahwar id Ban Angela and bare a toff* wMiiUm In AM-ton* bath Biaoday—ebeo th* (mn* Ba. I (Bf af AMba* fair garb to da tad la •pud—ong an Wadaaadar, •*#• Wad Tasaa (NI mao •U| UA* arn th* mid nay a* thai* *10*1*1 day BttUff B total noun gw th* Br •mil -loc OB rampant Th* f ■!•**<•    the **>• ating round truck. highway    p#r« war*    mat id MU**    by Wa- -vc (•rtMHW •** th* ton rn re* at* ad    pwtml ear and siren • *wmotw#    Hu sad atopa se#'*    mad* at am th* trig    «round ta Robert Le* and Brent# on    Banana    Ba :sugar and    Win'#** Whan the tripper* armed lr Big    the way rn the Tam Often ammi#    Rain and    donne** peaeented atapa hiring Am rn* Oraene aecrttary al rapt tai    ti Mraddta*, ©vale and Thom* th# ehambar of commerge and Jo* At Brant* th* mm arad group wa* an# th* motorcade arrived in AM-Pickle af the Big Aprtng Herald met by D lf Wa# n*s«p*p*f*n*n Un# ahanty after I actor* •rid a civtg commit ta# lo aaa Antal* •bar* th* ote—frad* wa* r*wwH#d lim Llwdiay af the Sea Angel# H Ba ode rd • Ttmeo grafted lh* Boral ars belage the IS-min Ola dawoBaoo tntormtootoo. Rat amin* ta Atelene, tho trip- TRYING UNTIL LAST MOMENT' Chamberlain Sees Peace Hopes Dim Fair Adds Band Playing Contest LOCAL POLICE COMB CITY FOR Proclaim State MISSING BUFFALO GAP YOUTH Of Emergency Exiled Kaiser Prays World Will Not Be Plunged In War Again, Friends Reveal Three Trophies To Be Awarded Division Winners Addition to** in th* a Bond p*#'mc aam- iffhtnf *>•«* at# Rope* era# and man waned Taal night in ma nHtma* dirappaar-•we* d L O Bim man* Ii »#ar •fit Buttal* Oar *w»»u Hag**rn and •far- after haw day* of rewrote* Marching rn* baya father Ibnrat ruamroht ap-_    pa*rad at th* Bewrayer - Bawn afft** hi radineetiBW atte th*    ^    nigh*    and *«pe*wH th* pea*mutt) that th* tew vat in Ate-Ira# (>• a ane ga***ai# ira fatha# wa* mabtotg th* fond* af Ste-tora #•«•« ira Haltom ara*** . awd athar po aha pl*##* and dtopteylng • po i«f a af th* Rnrwi CW* parad* Turada# announced by th# We**. TWifld lbs awrata'tow Hut night Arrangamanta    rompteeg ** « meeting af th# ;orae* rranmt’tae of th# fair 1* th# mant**r of erat-metro The** • rapt-,.a, wu; la •••rded In first p.a** w:»«onrs in at* bmu a R and C Thief Ankara jewelry en. ram* It#* A Amite R« Cravdl Simi W C ftohar ■ hate volunteered ta donate me trapniaa Ba a*’• sir Cetonian aud Baum-ger banda *ar# vmnars in « Masha# cantel .am iff Ha I dtoastewi af Abilene * *ltr## ra.-agm *nd tit* high    wm Jade* LA* piling Altona •r ibm. I ba <4 WH ba iraUgNM* lo •crap* a. Banda ail! pa urn befur* th* :*dg#* *tand to play Bd Oruacra wtB ba rn marga of lira Jim Ma-A af th* (Hart caf* rnrn ( hath*at **»#** toot* Ural* Id# nutted th* pi* tor* a* that af a lira that al* th*** Bae rAIR Pc U U I Prepore Storm Aid Bon Ti lh Bap* IT JUT* Ar rsngcokenu to gerald* fader#! fundi aim! staring • era mad* today a* humcana-tom hard I dor Na* England rauntmg is* propofty <:*mag* ti an aatmntead Use tee tee told in* gr*.- jndwors tor racunatrvir • Hon TY* AiMion de. p an, moan-While pa* ta MU Immediate r ira pniM# *#f# na** tim* a mar«Mf« gagvtel mad* «d piaeas ahey# ma bay em*-4 pa*. |aMly ba hr** tatar m th* #--4hi tetebpegf Ms* •iii    Bars laid a    rap-*?**#    that    me    at* high    nm VU.*a cf    th# lune    •* e    Bm    * *» in th* caf*    Bn* *u    * id    mat    i t* bay lh* mw    •#* th*    am# ai    ‘rn am rn ted gnat>y«r apr. na*. 1 etmad ta thing that I wa* Ba lurday sh* *a* him Wagged af Madidf "R* a#* a to-y you eaukt net help but tvotto*" tit* told * Ma ram* to and at* a hamburg#* and drank a roka * I negated hi* mf rn aapac-tot • They rnera tort* and rwund Aa ha * a* minkmg I rtmemra# ham ne t» (L al Bg SIO AS «to* toi vm r* ti rd t Scorch For Body Of Girl Fruition B Spring Votes S275.000 Bonds BIO SttUNO gap* r-'Bf*’-Votars af Big Bprtng bent to th* poll* today and •rota a donut* mein hi ta*or of rn# pretov^ad half mAHon dollar va tar Mi el Minister Terms Nazis Demands Unreasonable LONDON Sept 37- (API— Or eel Rntgifi • waary Prima MmiBter Neelllt ClumbarUm todifkt ga Dad bb tim far Hong Brit uh empire Id prepare far war—if fight it mutt SII Witt TC BAO ABC APT Ae nu words aer* earned alaund the wartd. King Oenrga awd '.he Rvy cauda! dorrood Me natann rn • Mala of o*nergewei bora -m of hnmienod war la a Mi-minute brash#a** Cham-bsrtom raid awl ha# hap# of fun i rat mod un ion with Adolf Mi m atm demand* a Mn af Omena-•la* ski* bv JI*lunge) but mid iv would try for proc* tm HI th* tost mnt * •lf I o**« raotim*d ant ratio* had mad* ap Mo auod Bo domirat* th* oorid by f*o# of ll* snood frat*. I lh-old frat th** ii rn mu Hi rtoiVMC DOOftR Mo;land rnbpi IT --UR' -Bonder Kaiaer Wuraim of derm**' it ar /ouoly tot loo tog ovary move rn tt * european en us nod add prs t that th# world rn s net Again be m'Otvid ta a «a>or war. BH ram ponton* to ewlto *eportod UU' WU) i« im. now nearly ii never amant ta the woo* brae dun.* ta from norm*# m Case ho*m>» akia bul (touadtert my#** each sew development to turn paromall# Mi -* wtte the form*r Rnncm* Herm ira Is na Ira* eeworaai khan tier Itiwdanif over th* prmpart af a mrndg warn war far aha ha* •wa •••» wha could aa raged ta the front Til* rnatt at Ooorw cantle haw -efuaed ramsnant upon ira rums bacaum of the fear af «tf*uitf*g relation* otto fhnhrer Adati Mi*to# it ii eeedawneagy dapandaw« Hitler Sticks To Czech Demands Gdrmony Charges Renunciation Of Anglo-French Pion In Proguo Action Second Chittenden lest Cores Show Operators Moy Deepen Well AMOii rap* IT »pi, Mumble Oil ho I Chittenden «hirh mudded JI only Turah** night of la*( »**k Baddf rrwra tosh* and • half frat of »*tur»’M»i in tangy tm* The for* rng’h •** betaratj I TTT a rd I Tbs ft** H*.;thurton drCi Hmm tau •MMM taken Th# wafl I* am frat wrath of ira pate dteeavggy- black M* » Sh. I CIU”*#don vhtoh had the ram* »fK>» ai th* ram* depth The tho* wa* not (rated in ira May# w*lj however tor* w# it wa# rarytog • hr # filled e.*h • *•** tt>m\ ibm* th* ratujmtton If operators of the Humbi* Chi*-    ___ traded do not make a wed from *■*•«•*» t *ho«t: ? "-et plan lo dfUl into g m at* -*# . «r Chitiendrn pay ' to*-km 3 ten frat Th# tau i» bettvt tetead *»»h loury i.pBi#n' It n northvrat of anmm rn *o«Mlivtoion IT L Ku i t.uney SU On* mn* amt of th# Hum*.# Chi'tenden snothra rotary Wat C H L%r."h No I p ta P # va* drilling phi*-* thia afteraoon to tmt ai frat of «**ar*#ion at 3 ate fret It to lr Mted.itaioli ll. t Kil t *tm#> SSS BAN ANTONIO drp- ft - h -» offMter* dog v*j.ly for nm* into * **nd dune on tra totrn near tng;#»id* tad*' for th* body of a *om*n Ctiffogd Wh**.*#. • negro, aa«d Ik* *•• atom and bier Md Led aff mer* ta 'f.* agMM whet* h* raid im D ira t gmcgg* ta**v« opetAUw rf Rhwendogf kit-*d • woaran bet toted to b# lf mr.# Oehardt muung for ti mon'lt* The negro raid hr ••* f to #d to n*tp bury th# mw!* body *ft#t th* woo sr. aa* knot thpwugh t By * IWK* of Ste for and only lit agamto tuaeo* approved a bond ira ie of tfTSaga that wit ma urn a go *f* m-i ' grant of im two rh* tmpro«#m*nt progr*** ratoi Cor rorMtfiMrtMm at » it* **•#» re-itrvwtf within I® to IS ani** of th* my a fUtr*;** pram *r*cuon of a JBI aaa gallon »i#*Ated oater if. #**# tank and enure -#ramf*.*< of the pf tram Bt let it* am lama. ebvbnnly aff**t*d bp the gravtlf at hto oord* Hundred* cd million* a*! over the world heard him But th# on# man Adolf Mi’ler st whom trim* srurd* «er* auned f#,m*U‘*d ulent a* he eanferiad en a hi* ehteflatot to Bet un A gvwtrrunem *poS»*m*r> mare mal tra r#rfhkfu#.*r*r did not Nwr Chamberlain tnough • traauattcm of tra kpaarn vs* n*nd#d atm after dinner Chamber tain ran Hath he gen-Uderad wnraa«enab-* Mitier * demand Car reding all at Bun* #nrar.d to him by Ort t vitnout »t»y guaran'wu and wtthawi an' pro*}** im for tharn tohabtram* oho may nay want lo aa    or pre*'rad to #*• padding greater Oat man-The Brtfim ptrun* mmuter <Sra:t •*» -awining duratlf WHA condition* whtch Bg 1“* ind.coted might m*oo war PMBTABBa aret I M 'Hew*'tv which ae rn*, tim-im IMM ai n a *maU BBtkMI na-ted by * b*d poverfU neigh oar Bish Lib Bapt IT- r -Oermwn fr»s#rnmen* quartan declared to-nipnt C«*rhoklov akia * rayoturm at Beton*fuehrer Miu*r * demand* for •urrertorr of Budentenland real Ba i ut day tote in artuafHy a ren^n* rlsttom of ura original Angto-fh#*•.<• n plan accepted by Prbgira IA % I Bl ONP A Ti **# «i*art*fv raid th# rajeruan mad# puteic ton*, to Lanten far aa brl#! i Oil Hi MMI*# rn aa* M*d*r*ted tom— MtetetWd and th* Oat-•ran a—a- teoa*d ha alga at tabmumq tmm hi* d*—od* for g—gwteW at »*<n#*l**f BkBt IN Sept ti AP — Th# frahog oa* *»prokMd to (rarorao off to tai ort to* that Hmm*# N*«toto (tram-of tetooi hr tu m In Mo rodto a*oo(too»« tonight aitdto? fa*«**d taw t oM-hoaAraak *m* pram Mf gold warn »u#*iira Bo grt*vao«ra of aodotoo (tor* prove* Agau thdt th* Csorra c# rlart iiyea—!raw tnoorattoaily read# lor ant iiiwfl#! ' but in pronto# to ikrap ti Rome Calls Reservists To Colors By TK# Assoc to fwd Prest Britain mobilised liar efitira navy last flight "as a purely precoutiofiary measure1' while reliable informants in Roma r^f>ortM4 Italy was preparing ta mabilisa 2,000,000 soldiers. The drastic British move tallowed short* ly upon a six minute radio speech by Prima Minister Chamberlain in which he called an the empire to prepare tar war as a lost resort. Shortly bef or* dumbarlami radio addn— lid BriUafc tales ware ordered into s put# of • mer fence * by doer## of K df OtHtrfe sad th# Prtvf edwsctl Th* naval mnbUiia Haw arba ms®«bm4 jwvl bef or® difiifkt Add mdky X af Oanrfa wa* to tsawa a proelamatioii edlltsf «f rtsdrrtit* Men Banrtaf ta tho rwyml float rsaanrai arar* ordarwd mhimiv bawl, n - AP tora WHiifhi thai A(Mf WHI*# had made a •tot*B?# ainu *#rapt Ute — awd! bg Wegwraiay at ! p rn. CI TS to to vraM art lafarawf amamm »Hh ft a a. *lg» aam *gea#"f wywM ihai ifcu* vnb* any toamraiaw lh* g Bk rn I I—a it te Ta *    teAra    I Mi w ■- lh raa ii ■ h • rara ^ rag rn mra jM^d b’^^w^g a    ww    ^w    a    wj^esss    emsss    i^epeses^s^spasa It Brthtob • ae dwgbBtedl IBI BbwHBis liNis sri P* * • S we en swaS te-^ # # fN IBI t Intr e bwrSMB ? rnrnmmrn ta raport ta thaw d#po'i *oday tettbawt w*iuw« far twdivtdtul The {barman army Mw raew tea#1 Many aer* toeiinad ta hopeful-rara aa a irault af Mateaaent awrly today—ai artourar tntadB af fee ewoeuttom of the ovtgtewl rara— pran if Oermany •oud p#-unto* to IMAI* irons for re tee Mbfwce. a rloae advteer af tra BrHrah pc tom mnu* «# aw* aeravraj tw nave pleaded WtbgMHMlf Hilt tor ta tn*M Chwm—lain ara! rn* '“way out * ter Morse# fbi* brat to London tin* af tora***#. Usual)? wall Informed awwroas ta Bom said gpaatdlraU «f IO rgaamtt rUasag war# batdf callad la tba Italian rolom ag a ate? iswbH falser a I mdbtbastJdB af tbaaa claeawg. PraeMdr Mtaaouni bd* Mid that tf Bg idwaidftawl wtr wwrw Id devtiop from th# Csarho*lov%k dermal) ertsig, ttdlf Add Oar asta? wow Id f if bt ta a ting ta bldg ** Tba Italian add •mutt moeaa dotBtmaiad tba tmblad bari boe wbtld laad af dsptowtat* — •— ■—— and miliUr? chief iaih* eowniad allody bdl three daft ta srbicb Id tartta bb h tai Brl aa I daet**aw an Bairbsfuabraf Hitler • dent*ad* aw CaaehdtktrnhtA. matt Bats ttrt They hid thcwa days Id whteh ta Aceumptokh aaa at (ha** tam * * tory* .wa# nato# rn amtamt bl* dsu^fda-, g*sdh«se tm powtat . mar-mu*« COMM,. WM.    ^ * ti had * half ♦-<*.# cunauitotkM - ».«.«»..    -n--.    !“tJZf.JZLJT!: MU .... un«l MN 4 „    _ me IS year-eld repute w i if**# Hnal i**paro.»*m* tm * wn#v european war Ckw *ra ia»t point the lob aa* nearly dona Britton naval m—lim- •ran **r,i tar tawdrd rooMJH— arf the Aag » ft*n»n * m*o froat ran ran*, f of Cb®* I— akin WHA thama .    a**    Ct BOPS, Pap* It. id I a •    •    •    •    • B*i*t .rn, buffer rat ami tea •vt* * (Md tea ftogneti m tee iteetd •a# 'w.lag fro .aaa atHSiomm aam to -.ne cotan to * remjana tee *ia*e of .eac* * On int paaNtehty af Miler ta *«**n4 he utumu I permode trau-r— akia *• get rlgntecafkeo of Britain a viand Cha*mmmm m a n ngrvrcden tog -pMi eta—ti af policy anrty pa** terddf. **pr—ii Br.tgun* teg af •kornl iwdpmaiMMp far —tng that c tm mnnvajtei am** md th* «*#-Angio-Pyeoca THIS IS WHAT HITLER DEMANDS OF CZECHOSLOVAKS The Weather UCHIMA H*tM IT - Apl—Two to'JfWMwf Af I teHM eat* t#f*ate«t to an *.*«r* kuci whicn a tar* tad aula MMapgdl ham toga- Raving band* rn ifMi amount at gv*» •*« aor* de- f*«ted IW 'n M ah ii* sag City , aa ti i na hall and fw» itnMgd bandi Wax IM field In Indiana to un ba* BRITAIN *g It ( ai I Mon Wanted Hart • Th# Case ha* brash rvpiy to Mumm * final a#moral* aa* bv Pr*f to i ai to tole* IO IravO,*. Jan liatar > *    • tut aa tee de mara!* ' ut their pr*Mui '    »•. are abwaiuuri' and unuuidtikMuuc un* acceptable to my government '» t vee—* gave*« arn al tier ie* • ail MI IU Urn O. im— im •    ..4    I*«.#«*• MOI ««•••* mw* MRW* Hill to*®*#*®** •** !*•«**» _r **t ti ll* raw •**■>—*» *•»•*«- I* ■■■*»*»«.    .    an.MV r*«« i, <kww*f fto* vie !» ti ta is vt ll I* t* to WI v»IHm Nim. Ikwto,. 11« ta . fciiiW* » H.tot re m ARCHT dept    ST — h1-™ A pgwpgani lim Mf honk naut for * adRtebml pt»*er pun*. •** rtnai rn OadMMteg < •#»* today, hi to M rh# t#«a* Pawer *ras tigi*- #««■ pnwy mrvaa OaawMMlto Th# .«•.# a a* *potura*4 by 'n* rn*-..or oral mteteMA ti en a* it a* • ran a .. I ...... rn e - WI e «#«*■•« rn «, •< i A at »•«•»«*•, ag • M I .....ta... M *       rn I ..    ..... aa • .......—ga a ............. i« i* ............ - Bl    .    ■ — t*    •• >••• • *« itMtniiK, 1* a I ti MW. ««•. •• #* •—a*, adm • * i Record Kid Mohair Sale Announced KMIRVIL1C Bai> St J’ — The •ale af tamo pamnot at kMf mo* hat# tar OO rant* a pound 'n Chai Bufton al PWB Dupe# la* yet «‘vmp*n> of    •*»    *anm*nced tootv b tea Ochretf et Wool ara! 14 'vale mil la* hut ranpany, Scot Brhmntr v*k! Ira belie von lh# price vet a rn rag high for I# *ra kid mohair UU viaaAen John C Martin, a a. ..et! to Atelene ut ambar , nargra of intel to bailie Ana ram*tai of mratgage® prop#rt. from the alate, ha* bern appt manna i in InoiOi a Th# ratiatab*# t aepartment nor* ha* bran notified by Ac'mg Copia -n haw J M<n*k Of I ft- Indiana •late police tnrough facUm#* of th# Teaa* d#partnt#i,‘ of pdhMl •afoxy. in*' kl- •»< u rain* held Hi Nob;# count I ;*.l at Ooatoen ira! Cones#*u# Igrfjuary ihlbcatad rat nigh'- t--at hr will -end f ar Igar'.m Informal ton from in# tad Ana ptern* ba* thai Mart rn had raid tea* he would bali* #tired*tom pr« raOufa after aha week Appetently fto belt#'tot that hu iroubi# in Abl-ton* could be *trsi9hten*g ap to that length of i m# Martin «U1 aa c.-iafged with theft by bailee of lite and with va* movtng • mortgagad aatomooo# from th* k'a*e "•*• koglamf ana Prara# aawM fear! lo UU* a# la* la rwowm-la -HWA af th**r plan ravpraf by P#agt*# Jara « few day* ag* Wray aam lo it ~**« m!« • ie pods* ira* at th# (term** •tandpaMot bai a1** a dtaav**aJ at th# Ult* lira* pfOa Mi IO# pert at rn atm * Thera coo* men ta were forth-rom lid a"#? Bnu*h Rf ai,# Ma *- ‘ar C' tm ^ ain. through an #«•-.»-bry, Btr Tarac# Br daan rtte rouge t to nefotiai# * peaceful aolutgM th Budget For City Schools Approved Ahi rn* city ggftddl bu tqr tm HAJI lf ma* approved br th# board of *d f at .or. TMoaday. foUowtng * public hearing wi.i- h po on# attend- TTto badfci ttear-:.« had •ruedutod tor sp rn ^ bt ti* praaeni WSCWfC member* of 'n# board however Dudley raid. TTH* map ahow* #*ac •. >-Chancellor MU tor demon Cacv: ?iokiov a* bi The ai ca* ad with uhhrokew lima * '0,*ral lh* bordar are demanded mH* rtghi, lh# ana* u\au*d WHR •roam* Hoe* a # team to whtrn Mi tor Semi lr ifh mat ptooran’ra ba - #te hifotw Njv tm mr lh Aa-kv.* #d Rf raa MapWest Texans, Attend The Bigger And Better West Texas Free Fair At Abilene. October 3 To 8! ;