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Mail Call for 4/6

April 06, 2000

"I am trying to get some cookies, calendars and other things from any Girl Scout leader who is selling the stuff for Girl Scouts."




"I think that the ice skating rink should be transformed into a bowling alley and put the latest video games in and build an additional building closer to the road with large signs. Get a working manager and I bet that the parking lot will not be able to hold the customers in about a year."




"I want to thank the person who found my billfold at Martin's Food Market on Dual Highway and turned it in to the customer service. I appreciate your honesty and may God bless you, real good."




"Does anyone have or heard about United American Health Insurance Medigap? If so, are they a reliable company to deal with? I wish to change my insurance, it is less expensive and seems to have a good prescription and hospital plan. If so, please respond in Mail Call."

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"I wanted to say good-bye to our favorite radio D.J., Chuck 'Boom Boom' Cannon of Oldies 106.9. Good luck, moving back to Georgia, you have a few more gray hairs on your head because of all the stuff you had to deal with. Thanks for hanging in for so long, Chuck. Good luck."




"All of these people are going around taking stuff out of people's trash here in the West End. I have never had any problems before but this year. Half of the stuff that I put out this year was lying in the street, broken glass and everything else. I am not cleaning the glass up out of the street, let the city do that. Let the individuals who made the mess clean it up. Get back here and clean it up."




"To get the dents out of the carpet when you move the furniture. I have a hint book for household things like that. It says to put an ice cube on the dent at night and when you get up in the morning, you rub it, or blot it. It should work."




"I was just getting around to reading Sunday's paper and I wanted to compliment Lisa Tedrick Prejean on her wonderful article on 'Working Mom.' That article was wonderful and your response was more than appropriate to your son's question."

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