Czechoslovakia last week received in her hospitable arms French Foreign Minister Yvon Delbos on the last leg of his 17-day jaunt to Poland, Rumania, Yugoslavia (TIME, Dec. 13 et seq.), undertaken to strengthen French friendship with her mid-European allies. While bound for Prague, the French diplomat, ardent League of Nations supporter, received a neat kick in the pants from the crafty Yugoslav Premier, paunchy Milan Stoyadinovich, whom he had just visited for three days. Although Yugoslav officials had issued a carefully worded communique during the Delbos visit admitting in lukewarm terms...

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