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e 6 Home Town man publishes book George Bourland grew up daughters. in Clarendon, attended high school, and Clarendon col- lege, then went on to gra- duate from the Navy Aca- demy. He has lived on Guam since World War I1. George and his wife Petey has two He dedicated this book to Coach John G. Hutton, a former football coach in Clarendon. Coach Hutton married the former Jose- phine Murphy, sister of Eve- lyn Murphy Moore of Clar- The Clarendon Press, Thurs. May 26, 1983 endon. Coach Hutton and Josephine live in Lubbock. Friends will remember George as the son of Mac Bourland, brothers, Fred and Dr. Jimmy Bourland, sisters Lotta Bourland Davis and Neva Bourland Baldwin. George and his wife are in the states to attend a family reunion in Lampasas, Texas, at the home of his sister Neva, the firsst week in June. Rue Zell R van Hillis and her sister Kathleen are invited, Kathleen will attend, but Mrs. Hillis will be unable to. The title of his book is "Who Gets The Antelope Liver", It is a people power book about government. Mrs. Hillis and her sister has purchased a copy of this book for the Clarendon Library. This is a copy of the book review which was w-Atten by Robert F. Rogers, University of Guam and published In the Guam News Paper. It is not every day, every week, or even every year that someone on Guam writes a book. It is even rarer that such a book concerns the entire United States instead of just local island matters. Such a book. with thp ! ! !' I/ i OPEN MEMORIAL DAY Wrangler Jeans 100% cotton for cool, comfortable, wrinkJe-free wear 14-oz. cotton denim, $ 97 r" .....  .... --I I COLOR PRINT I I FILM DEVELOPING I , SPECIALS ' 1 , 12EXPOSOREROL L $197 (110 & 1::>6 only) .......... I 15 $='1 I ---, I,,0 & 126 o.,y) ........... " - - l Receive a FREE album page coupon with ev photo ord. 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To answer that question Bourland surveys a broad spectrum of governments throughout histor all the way from ancient Egypt up to the present day United States. Bourland says govern- ments started when our tri- bal hunter ancestors made rules to divide up game, such as antelope, with the tastiest part - the liver - always going to the chief. Since then rules have be- come exceedingly complet, but the leaders still get the best part of the take. As a consequence, all govern- mcnts become corupt and end up serving politicans and ting bureaucrats rather than the This people. Inevitably economic de- sure pressions follow as the gov- ernmental apparatus swallow more and more income in and non-productive services, and the state eventually colla- ses. this is the lesson of history over and over, and the United States now seems to be going the same way, according to Bourland. 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