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Mail Call 9/7

September 07, 2000

Mail Call 9/7



"Please put that easy listening station back on the radio. It was just wonderful."




"I know we are considered country folk up here but can't we have just one easy listening FM station in the entire Tri-State area?"




"Beautiful View Cemetery is a small country cemetery off Route 11. When you're going north on Route 11 it's on the right shortly before the Pennsylvania line. The entrance is across the road from the end of the drive that goes into Citicorp. There's a small arch over the entrance with the name on it but if you're not watching carefully, you'll miss it. Good luck."




"Yes, this is regarding the sports section on the Jr. League football. It was a very good article but there's more teams besides the Dolphins and the Steelers who would appreciate having their pictures shown in the paper. I, as a parent, would have loved to have seen my child's team in there and I'm sure there's many other parents that would like to see their children's teams too."

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"For the person that is looking for Beautiful View Cemetery. It's located out on Pennsylvania Avenue just past Henson Boulevard on the right-hand side but before State Line."




"After watching a few programs on television and reading a few articles in the newspaper I finally figured out what the "W" in George W. Bush stands for - "WORTHLESS."




"Yes, this is to Bob that works at County Market as a stockboy. I must want to thank him for helping my mother with her groceries every time she comes into the store. There needs to be more nice gentlemen like you. Thank you."




"Hello, I saw this response about WAYZ's old signal. It was 101.5, so that's where you can find WWMD. Hope that helps."




"I'm calling to congratulate The Daily Mail on their choice of Jennifer Silbert for their new community reporter. Her Sharpsburg/Keedysville reports have been by far the best written of all the local focus articles. I thought often over the past year that her talent far exceeded the job. Apparently her expertise did not go unnoticed. Jennifer made the right choice last year and I believe this year as well. Instead of her thanking us, I believe it's the community which owes the thanks. So thank you Jennifer for representing us so well and much happiness and satisfaction to you in your new endeavor."




"I was driving home today at 20 minutes til noon and was behind a school bus. The same school bus stopped for children and didn't display its flashers or its stop sign. Now in my opinion, if they expect people to observe the safety of the children with the school bus, then the Board of Education needs to instruct their drivers to be a little more careful with stopping and dropping off children. The same school bus sat there at a full stop for about 15 seconds while an oncoming traffic driver motioned for the driver as to what his intentions were. So again, I feel the bus drivers and the Board of Education needs to be a little more conscientious about the safety of our children."

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