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PAGE SIX BLYTHBVILLB, (AUK,)' COURIER NEWS Welch Brothers Slated To Meet Rodriguez, Canny The slum-bang Welch brothers wilt pool (heir mat lal- cnts for a go at Carlos Roclriquea and William Gunny at the Legion Arena here Monday night in another taj,' match offered under, the promotion of Alike JJeroncy. It won't be the first time Roy »— iml Joe Welclrhave defender! (lie' family laurels and those who have seen HUs pair at work know that individually or collectively they're as 'tough as boot leather. Joe has (lie youth and speed and Roy has tUe benefit of long experience ami the power to apply, where it will do .the most goKi. Put them together rmd you have an ideal team. .. As £06(1 as the brothers arc, how- Notre Dame I'lasll Belters ever, llicy won't have tilings their own way come Monday night. They will be up against a couple of performers who know their way around and" who will use every incaiis to win. When Rodrlquez and Canny turn on the heal they throw The mighty mite from Notre Dame rules and regulations to the four —Greg Rice— broke the world In- \vinds. As a result the referee is door 'two-mile record, when he kept as busy as a cranberry mer- crossed the finish line in eight, "' ------- " chant, ami their hapless victims even busier. From all indications, it should be a magnificent show for those who follow the grappling sport In these parts. Individual matches arc scheduled igo al Chicago. nlnutes, 51 seconds flat al the Knights of Columbus meet In Cleveland. liicc's performance was onc- Icnlh of a second faster than his >wn former mark, made two years to open the show, beginning al 8:15 o'clock. One tussle has been booked Jielween Rodrlquez and Joe Welch, a: 30-mmuto time, limit one—fall match. The other will be between Canny and Rov Wclcli, also a oiie- iallcr. Gil KJodrts was the winner of lie mile race in four minutes, !i«hl and .seven-tenths .seconds, Seralfl Carver of Pcnn Slate was second, and Earl Mitchell finished a .poor (htrd. The winning time In Hie mile was .the third fastest ' Louis Will Not Box •HOLLYWOOD.' MM. 27.' (UP) — HcayyweigliL Champion Joe Louis definitely will not appear' on n boxing card In'Los Angeles. It-was rumored Hint Louis, would take part in'a bout for Hie benefit of the Red Cross on M ij 5th But tlie!Army bus forbidden Louis r to make' the apjiearnnce—and Hint's fli.il Loiiis currently. Is working on the movie version of "Tills Is Hie Army. of die season. Another world's Leads Whiz Kids DICE SHATTERS M Former Indoor Mark In Cleveland Meet CLEVELAND, Mar, 27, (UP) — Texas Sports Writers Sponsor Crow Dinner For War Bond Sale Indoor record was broken when Herb Thompson of Jersey City won Ihc 45-yard rtnsh In four and elght-lcntlis seconds. Bullet Bob Wilglit of OMo State took the liiglt hurdles In five and six-tenths seconds, as the world record holder In tlie event —Whilcy Iliad of Michigan Stiilc Normal—ran third. The (iQO-yar;l run went to Bob rjfcr of Mlchlgnn In 1:12.5, while Joe Nowicki of Fordham copped (lie 1000. New Hampshire's Dick Moicom took the pole vault with n lenp of 14 feet. 'Fordiiam'A one-mile relay learn and Mlcliignn's two-mile tandem were also victors. Risko Given Release CAMP DAVIS, N. C., Mar. 27. (UP)—The "rubber man" of box- lug—Johnny Hlsko—hns been discharged from the Army so that he can lake n Job ill n wnr plniil. Private Hlsko—who participated In some 350 bouti as n lienvyweight —is 40 years old mid IIHK been in the Army, for nearly, n yenr. He's one o fn number of men over 38 years of ngc now being released from service lo cntcv defense work. The veteran fighter 1ms been stationed at Camp Davis, N. c for several months. First Since 1918 EAST LANSING, Midi. <Ul->Por the first lime since 1918 a freshman !m s won a varsity letter at Michigan Slate College. Robert K, Allwardt won tlie' award by establishing a new vnrsity record in winning the 200-yard free style of the -Central Collegiate Conference Swimming championships. Read Courier News want ad». Ceiling Zero fapilng DnlMlDi! In noilli PRSCIIIS no ttc .ttlici piohlcms (o lloiton I!r l ^cs Nels stop llj bills in spacious iJiitllng cage of Choalc School, Wnlllngford, Conn. li.v IIAHKV GIIAVSON NBA Sporls Kllilor NEW YORK.—Mnrch 27—Hous- unlans arc eating crow—hleral- y, nol figuratively — by way of climaxing their sports writers' latest War Bond drive—this one lor $250,000. The crow dinner developed out' of nn Item In the column of Andy Anderson, veteran sports editor of The Houston Press. .Farmers eoin- ilalncd that crows , were eating crops. Anderson turned to Texas defense Guardsmen, organized u uml that killed 800 crows. They lamed the black birds victory chicks. With the purchase of a War Bond wenl an Invitation to the linner, which proved good for 5200,000 worth. The sports writers obtained radio time, newsrcel cameras clicked, and there was a ivlinle of a bond auction. Houston scribes n year ago determined to make their pages do something to hell) win the wnr. Uy unking every s|»rt lend a hand, hey have sold $1,590,000 | M war Bonds. Among other ..things, -they staged howling and bait casting .ournaments, softball games, a lascball night, an outboiud regatta, a most valuable high school foot- irtll player contest and n Negro Footlial game. They disposed of $•10,000 in Wnr Bonds with a pool .ournainent. A golf exhibition between liyrun Nelson,. Jimmy nemnret, 'jug Mc- )»(lcn and Jackie Burke was i'ooct for $2000. Jackie Utirkc's father was to lavu played, but dropped dead, iiui the youngster, home for the funeral, was substituted. The fabulous Johnny MpDermott cadclicd for the elder'Jack Burke in Philadelphia. Old Jack tied with Harry Vardon, Jock Hutchison and Leo Diesel for second place in the 1020 United Slates Open won by <S Ted R«y at Inverness. Sports Editor Anderson personally has niiothcr drive on. He has Houston anglers taking donations with which to buy fishing kits for life rafts and boats. Frank llfrey, Houston bank cashier, whose soil, Jack, ivns decorated for shooing dawn six German planes, is treasurer. . ' . " Anderson would like to sec the nation's snorts writers, adopt the. Houston scrlue.s' War Bond sales plan. The Houston meii have fbutic! that when promoters agree" to to str.gu a slinw for the sale at War Bonds, the . response Is terrific. If the sports writers ofHous-i' ton, a city of a little more than a half million, could dispose of J!,590,000 in War, Bonds in a year, what, could those of the entire country do? Andy Anderson took the Houston plan to the Treasury Depart-' nient with the idea of having it set up a. definite program and with a national committee in view, bill regrets to report, that Washington appears cool. ' • That will iiot cool'off the-Houston writers, however, for they have definitely demonstrated thai" sports sell War Bonds. Services oil Couiicil by Mail Texas V. Freshman Upsets Washington KANSAS CITY, Mar. 27 (U.P.j— The eyes of Texas ivill lj c upon 16- year-old Hoy Cox tonight. Roy Is (lie University of Texas freshman whose anlics In the last mlmite of play last night gave Texas a victory over Washington in HID National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament As n result of the 59 to 55 upset Texas meets the University of Wyoming In the western playoff final al Kansas City this evening. Wyoming was victor over Oklahoma 53 to 50. . •: Texas was losing'(o Washington's Huskies In (he late stages of the game. One by one (lie Texas regulars had been fouled out of the cnnlrst. Cox wns sent in because no one else was available. The five-root, seven-inch kid then proceeded to whittle clown the inife'hly .Huskies. Single-handedly lie provided Texas with the win- nine margin. The score was 55 (o 5li. in favor of Washington, with onl.v seconds remaining-. Cox tossed three straight goals through, (he hoop—nucl won the fame. Wyoming mel some unexpected trouble In nosing out the Sooners or Oklahoma. (The Cowboys—semi- Kte | ton his of School here, is nol letting Army duties Interfere .with pint in running ' the town ... S(iou<isbiu-i{,- Pa. Although he has been in the Army n year he is still serving, as a member of,the aVioudsbnV^'city council by mail.—' Capt. Art, Mnthlsen takes shot for Illinois Whiz Kids, first lo win consecutne undisputed Big Ten ihaiupionships since 1911. They set !iew conference single game record of 92 points. Andy Phillip, their star, hoisted individual high to'iO. 'Federal Land Bank 3V, LOANS —LONG TERM LOANS —LOW INTEREST —Short Term Privileges Marcus Williams Secretary-Treasurer Cotton Bell N.F.L.A. f Osceola, Ark. Wayne Cliick and 'Poultry' Feeds Insist on Wayne quality when buying feeds <> f a 11 kinds. AYS ^ S.TQREj ' "Tumefi Bt*4iuirttn to •jrfkntl*' A Mtarttr We Buy Loan Cotton Ceo. H. McFadden & Bros. Ag'cy. Over Borum's, Drug Store P. O. Hox 218, Hljtheville, Ark. E. C. PATTON rho a .»iu BAKER L WILSON •••••^•••••ig Mr. Farmer See Us For Farm Equipment Of All Kinds! IIX'f ic* FUNK'S HYUmi) CORN Order Now! Horse Drawn, 1 tow PLANTERS (No certificate raiulrcd) All sizes new A-C TRACTORS (Need certificate) All slips Clipper SEK1) CLKANEHS Need certificate) Horse and Tractor DISC MARROWS (Need certificate) Sec us for FIKLD'SEED ui all kinds. PAUL BYRUM E. M Plionc -101 Let Us De-lint and Treat Your Cotton Seed A'ow Is The Time To Gel This Work Done—Before The Rush Is On! Lee Wilson & Co. Armorcl, Arkansas at least 10 points better th.in Oklahoma. But instead, they had lo fight hard to win. Milt/ Komenich again was the star for Wy- oinitiB. His (left one-hand shootiii" accounted -for 22 points. The favorite tonight probably Call For SHIBLEY'S BEST At Better Grocers Everywhere. It Bakes Better With Less Shortening. BUY WAR BONDS with what you save! Recleaned X9I3—Seed SOYBEANS Greco Wins Decision Over Shans NEW YORK, Mar. 27 (Up) -Private Johnny Greco al Hie Canadian Army bcal cleo Shans of Los Angeles for the second time within n month, when he won a 10-round decision al Madison Square Garden. Over 15,000 fans were present, as the Canadian lightweight narrowly missed knocking shans out on several occasions. Jolting Johnny had him staggering on several occasions, but he couldn't land the coup de grace. The decision was unanimous, and, the bout was more lop-sided than the first Greco-Blums meeting. Greco—gunning for a title shol with champion Beau Jack — was iwrfonnlng before a number of officers and men of the Canadian Army. He registered the only knockdown of the fight when 1,3 floored Shans in the third round. Greco look command from the start, battering his opponent on the ropes. Shans came back in the second—but after that it was all Greco. The young Negro didn'l win a round after the second. lit Rationing WOODLAND, Cal. (UP) — Emil Soeth, 59, local squatter, declares the Rationing Man will never get him. For the past 17 years he has lived only on walnuts, raw fruit and jackrabbils, and during lhat time has never bought a single item from a store. will be Wyoming. The winner will travel lo. New York, to meet Georgetown—the' eastern chump— for the national title on Tuesday. CHICK. ASftW W*si Slain N«ar 21st St. >at. starts 12:45; Sun. starts 1:45 Nljht shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens ZAi Continuous ihows Sat and Sun. Last Time Today Double Feature FIRST FEATURE: 'Colorado 7 with Hoy Rogers & Gabliy Hayes SECOND FEATUISE: 'Smashing the Money Ring' with Ronalil Kcitgan .- . • Comedy. Serial: "Jungle Girl" Sunday & Monday 'the Road to Zanzibar 1 . with Dins'(Jrnsbiy,. Bob Hope and-Dorothy I.amour : .Universal News _. Comedy R. D. HUGHES GIN COMPANY WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, Mar. 29,8:15 p. m. Lowfjt Admission of any WresUtn/c Arfnn In America. NOTICE! CHANGE IN ADMISSION PRICE-AdoU* Me. »M inc.; Rtserrcrl seats 15e; Children 1S«. Reserve Seat TickcH on Sale >t Schmnck'i Stinditrd OU St»tl»a, Comer Main and Division. > " -TAG MATCH- CARLOS RODRIQUEZ and BILL CANNY vs. THE WELCH BROTHERS Open 7:00 p.m. Show Starts 1:30 p.m. A dm. Always lie and 25« Last Time Today Bullets for Bandits with Bill Elliott & 'I'ex Uitlcr Serial: "Holt of the Secret Service' Chapter 14. Selected Shorts 2'1-fall, 30 minute matches Rotlrifiiicz vs. Jnc Welch Canny vs. Roy Welch Saturday Midnight Show Starts 10:15 p.m. Desperate Chance For Ellery Queen 1 . with William Gsrgan & M;\rgai I.intlicy SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 19-13 llVn -ii ' . i ' Ol "'e South Door ot tho Courl llouiti In the Uty or D Ji'-\ini-. Arkansas, til/cr Tor silt, and sell to Iho hicliMt liiOdrr for cmli n .ami il iinblic „„,„;., , he , tllj , jj,,,!!,^ (ll t(|ll j,*,,,,,. „ ,j, t of (li !i? V» "i? ."BL 7i" ,^'r''utrl^riJunt Wa"'i,» tll ffi WS fnUuws: ' 't w iu i , Lirifc . . — .. J. S. {'arts— !4n 8W Cor Kal'h SW HK -— - Selected Shorts Sunday & Monday 'Tortilla Flat' with Spencer Tracy, Ilcrty LaMarr and Frank Mnrgau News of Hie Day Sclcctcrt Short W. M. ilc-l'nrlan'd—f.ol i Nr";"""""""" An, IIM B . t ].„,„_,.;';,., u.-jj-jJK"- ,l™,,,,_\l' 22.V ,.„, u SKJ '"'" iknuwn—]-; 225' ui 43 si: w. .siiiuii—w i-t Lot D M; ;;::;: nkiiown—'Bui Lot 2I> .S|<; 1,'__II i-*. 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Xi-cilhmtl 1 :i _ t _ .so .'SO I. M. lluntly . f, .( .81) .80 .80 M. T. Hcnnlji.bski 0 -I . s o \\. (X .fdliiisoii 2 S ,80 .80 SO n llnrlu-r I 0 .SO .Sll T. \Vit-kirr ;t S 4 1(1 _ 10 . Kvcrrlt Harder l-loytl Kiinpsyn A^ncs .lone.s Myrtle Kevier Mrs. K. U. .Incksi ^ _ __ i S II .SO .30 .30 2 i:t 1.20 1.20 1.20 711 ___ _ __ ,05 u 15 .SO 80 8l1 .no .80 .60 .in. On'ltctl l-ilo'liij • • ' . 18 ]!'___ .tin il. United" LHc I UN.' Co, 1'loliile .il. I'riilo HI K ''^y u. .Unilca I.ilo Ins. Cu. I. A. .Turner, 5^ K ~L r >:i W. li. Ilneliiiiiiin :i ft .1 1 __ __ 1C, W. T, Kilchun I S ^ H ..10 .Hi- W. JI. McKirltnil « 11 .23 ' ~_ . Kichards Addition Lloyil SlicktLLoti 6 ft W'i 7 » | 50 Edwin Robinson Addition llcnriullii Clark ' T •!. 90 .91) _. Will ,S;iJes ' ly .1 .(jo T.c-na 'C.lrMjr'i 1 : fc 2 5120120 Snrma-I'owAril 10 IV .00 Hurtiy -irolnison ,'t A -I 7 I.yo Oiin .Mailkins 5 7 .0(1 .l>0 .00 Edwin Boblnsoji Aodition Taylor SMill 11 7. .00 Vituiii: (Jhjpnmri 12 t l:i 7. 1.20 John AJkins 7 i S S .110 •Inhnnil' U»rf 0 S .17 .17 .17 Mvj-lli! Kcrirr 7*8 IS l.BO 1.60 1 CO Chicago Mill * LuroDCr Co. 5«cond Addition Itall .Sister:, '-'ft K!< ,'l a . I 50 n. il. (;iini|.i,i'U i-s 2 i.oo Gordon Kvrjm! i:l ;! 1.00 1.00 .. _- Urikiiovvu N Jt ;> 5 - _^ .41 I. W. Alcxanilur 1 fi _ _. I.oo I.OO Unknown K ] ,i- G C - .- . .50 IJnknmvn I 1 lo 15 C - 5.00 Chicago Mill & Lumber C«. Third Addition ('ami! DiuiJai. a 1 .(10 M. I'riiico 2 :i ,00 .00 - M. I'rince ;i It .(JO Uiikimwn 5 a ^ .00 " M. l-rinri- OS 7 ;i 1.201.20 1,20 W. M. MrTiirliinil li 4 .00 .00 ^ -- 'I'lillii' l>nt;mcy 2 5 .60 .GO L-'iVn'MiTt 0 G _. .CO Unl<iio\Y[i i 7 ... .00 Chlckasawbi G«rdfins C'liarlio I'liilli|,s J i 5 2. 32 T. K. MclSri.lo 72 1C K. K. .litcksmi i II .10 ... J-. T. Coston Subdivision /, Jl. Hiirrhou I A-5 lj.3G . Mate Danttb Adaltlon W. I.. Wrichl a 7 .GO _ ... .GO K. 1!. liroots 0, 10 i- U 1 1.8b .Mt Waters ir, | . .60 Davis First Adiitlo* M. KitisiiiuniMis K 1't 7 17 ,'a .. J. \V. Ailams » i- I IS 'J.OO Divi.s Second Addltlofi . Unknown K55',N!i:i 3 ,-- .H .lit .\. .l<ihns :i 4 1.10 1.10 W. I). Wplil, \VJ4 8 4 .77 .77 .77 ft Grain 5 s •- __ 1.10 l.-io Davis Third Addition •I. M. Anili.-ri.on I i 2 -I 2.10 Mrs. I). H. INarXwiwl t:j 5 *. .. 1.20 1.20 Davis Brothers Addition Willio W«r*lci- a*:i II) U.SO _Halo SiiDdirlBlon I". II. Acton li .18 .18 IlMin Addition N'ellic It. Mftnctl :i ft \V '.4 2 2 . l.SO llcarn S«coni AUiUOQ Mrs. llanil Hnlsloail 7 ft * » - -. 1.20 - - Hcarn k Ftrry ' Mrs. John HnKlrsd \ 2 .00 Myrllo Krvicr 5 2- .60 .60 Highland rlact Addition '--' •* 2 . .60 Kbllileralb i 5 T'lo -' '- 11 S -— .00 . 1 10 I II ".00 - C. A. Tnnt .)c«fi \Vhilc l>. ». l)on s an Maudo l'hilli|is S',4 7 S: S la .CO Hollandalo Addition Mrs. Oco. Shcllon ' K« J.I C .11 .11 John K. Wnlkcr 7 V .28 .28 Holltiictcr * Shonjo AdiUion K. C. Jones 2 1 .20 .20 lone Thompson f< I .20 .'(-ss Wooil . 10 1 ,ZO ,'iO W. II. Urcen 15 I .20 0. Shonyo llj ] .20 .50 Will Siiti-nnl; • 2 U .20 .20 0. Siionyo 3 ft .t 2 .40 \V. O. Civil 9 2 .20 0. Shonyo Murr UrinUey .20 .20 ry l"a r ncl| H'. Hoyd II .'JO .^0 _ 12 r, .-jo iiicKUlir Lots lo'fs'll "" C. lluntry l.rn IS .\E > "i Itrejulir Lots 10-15.11 M. l.,inl I,,,t Q XW •> 10,1 . 11. Hill 1.01 7 x\y s'-vvl Irregular Lots 17"l5"ll "" '"" it»i>wn Lot 2-1 KK -in il. U;iltcJ Lilts Ins. Co. ' K ioo' i.ot is SK _ _ ,10 irrk Under l.e,t :tO HI! •>!) ' MoralFi K .1-5 I.c.t -11 ~ ~-ij,7 ikno» ii I.ot t» SK I ~" ''j~< ~ " to. Uiiilcil JJhi Ins. (>,. . I.ot .15 . _ »•< wriu Diinliin I.ot 40 .1 ;IB "II James Addition 'niter Waililj- " 1 A .'__ !b'0 Leo Subdivision l««. Urdlord 15 . 23 "S Marsli Addition A. Jlnrbcr B 51' 1 Jt 2 2 | OS Maybellc Subdivision nkriown 4 i ,.-, ubntrwn 10 S: I 1 2 .20 Miller A Creenlee Hnbdivi.sloti lias Kauduis-N 75' 5 . 00 J»ck Mitciell Addition VV*50"N 125' 1 . ,]5 r, Morris Addition \da Hilts 5 (J 1.40 1..IO 1.10 Onsinil Suiv.cy Town ot Blythevillc • K. Mef'all ' 20 i.oo l 00 Part Addition' s. II. Jl. Mcl,cnil 0 1 CO s.. Willie' lloherts ' " "" 12 i- i:i 1 1.20 Culliir 1 s ,ii(i Rebecca Tatterson . Hnbdtvlslo~n Dii-k C'arr 10 s !i7 .17 . .17 -. clia Wierroil c 10 ... .17 Iiiliiari Fri'cnun la 10 .17 Howard Taylor. 7 II .17 . Tnrl Kcynolds 10 12 .10 .10 .1-^, Marie I'arkcr 2 l:i _. .Ml Tom Ware .( l:[ .10 Chas. Caint'tt'll V lit .11) amis >"Rsli .1 IS .HI nndu Nash 5 ,t 0 18 .'-!S -,.S Buddie Heights Addition H. B. Hlaylort lift If, 2 .10 .10 .40 Matllu Caiiil'l.rll 10 X .20 r'hircnco Kirk 1 I :\ .20 Uzzio I'.,.Crieecr I 7 .20 .2(1 .1. J. WilliamtoiJ 1 S _ -_ .20 •loc Martin ' 9, 10. 11 fc 12 If] .Sn .8(1 .«() (,'Sie KoMiins I It! -2(] 2.0 .'-'J .Sunnysidc Addition Cicero Oslc Ksl. s I .lit) II. K. Holjcrls 2 2 Jin _. It. K. Hoherts :t 2 .l>0 .00 .00 Will UowL-ii :i :i .rm .00 O. Hhonyo 1 -I .Htl _ ._ Kli:a Hryanl in I .no .lit! .(•(> (7. K. Wlllianii.- *• fi ,r,n .HO Annln Walknr 10 ft II 5 1.20 1.20 CJ. K. Williams i:t r. .GO .00 Vail'j Third Addition Unknown ,' 10 I.It) West End .Subdivision Charles ft l.ncillc MMIV 17 ft IS John Kin^- It) J. F. l.unsloni 23 ft 29 I _ 1.20 - ,' i Unknown 1 l.onnie ,TnilKf> ;t ' "west Gate A. K. Scoll 2 „ .,„ C. U. Layman 3 ft 1 11 .S3 L. n. iiugiicy r, c .to Enlii l.cc Carney 0 U . .. .16 TOWN OF YAKBRO Minnie Sadler 0 2 1.01) I.UO 100 Witnr.ss tuy liand anil (fie seal ot -*ai'l Court this Ilio 15 ilny o( March. 10t:i. r s io n 'y o HAIIVKV MOItltlH. WARNING ORUEU ^f the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi Coun•;: ty, Arkansas. __. a „„..,„.. pcarl Summers, Plaintiir, Ivy CrawlonV" "T" 2"I"_""".60 ,r,Ci VS. No. 8074 same s, 67. SMS 2 ... 3,oo .3.00 Millon Summers, Dcrenclniit l.amr- \\nodlnirn 1 ji -fift .fift rrti « ^ A r n ,,^ n . t A»-I. T1)C dcfeiiaaiit Millon summers ,\. (J. Mlllile)'.>ft 4 .J 1 20 -..— w. —..,...» —u.vv.i ^iuiii-iLt;>^ olive H. iicaton " Is hereby warned to appear within r -,•* ! | t * IS S '-?S -;s ''J 0 . thlrly days ln thc c 01 "''' no'ied In """""" , ntru " ll;t ' 1 i^ | .'?! ^ ;^ the wpUon hereof and answer v«v ^i.|^)..vji jn,.i tui irtllU rtil-3«l-' .66 the complaint of the plalntlfl Pearl — Summers. Dated this 13 day ot March, 1943. , \. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Doris Muir, D. C. •,',J Virgil Greene Atty. for PUT. 20 Luclen Coleman, Atty. ad Lltcm. 3/13-20-27-1/3 Tile Penlvia " cormorant Is n 2 20 20 --.....«ii \.uiliiuiaiht 13 tliu 12 2 ,uo ".26 mas t valuable bird in the \vorld « 6 .so ,so .20 it produces the rare guano.

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