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Mail Call for 10/3

October 03, 2000

Mail Call for 10/3



Editor's note - The Daily Mail is now including home towns in Mail Call at the end of your response. It's not mandatory, but we think it would be interesting to see where the calls are coming from. You still don't have to leave your name, but a home town would be of interest. And just in case you're worried, we're not capable of tracing your call.




"Instead of the cattery license, how about getting a people license for these unselfish people."




"Parents, where are you when your children are taking weapons to schools, vandalizing property, running around town all hours of the night doing destructive things to other people's property and taking things off the graves. Where are you?"




"To the girl who passed a funeral line of cars Thursday on Md. 67 and then tried to pass more. Have you no respect? Drive like this and it will soon be your own funeral. Hope you read this."

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"I want to thank Peggy of Martinsburg, W.Va., for her nice write up on the Opinion Page on Sept. 28 about Al Gore."




"I want to thank everyone on the fifth floor of the Washington County Hospital and Dr. Bruce Edwards for taking care of me while I was in there for a right knee replacement and especially my daughter Reva. S.W. of Hagerstown."




"To everyone interested in placing their daughters in Girl Scouts, if you would call the Hagerstown Service Center at 301-791-5686, we will be glad to help you."




"To all our easy listening friends, check out WETA Washington 90.9 FM, all classical music."

-Hagerstown




"I will miss the MVA self service machine at Martin's. I only used it once a few days ago. It is very easy to use and it was a great service. I wish they could have kept it there. It was very convenient."




"Are there people in the area that have been abandoned by their doctor because they have not needed medical treatment in a five-year period?"




"I am interested in the black walnuts. I would like to know where about they are so I can pick them up."

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