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tracts from 5,000 letters written
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country under Frgh Air Fund
auspices. Here are some of the
naive comments. '
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The puckoo dines on other
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Therfe jvas onejjicalled
Only gentlemen are al
lowed to shoot pheasants as
they are expensive.
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