Mail Call for 4/4

April 07, 2003

"To the person who wanted my mom's Cracker Crumb Chicken recipe. This is a very simple meal and was always one of our favorites. 6 boneless, skinless chicken breast, melted butter, crushed Townhouse Original Butter crackers. Dip chicken breast into melted butter and then coat with cracker crumbs. Place onto non-stick baking sheet. Bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes or until chicken is fully cooked. My mom would always serve this with peeled baked potatoes wrapped in foil. Cut medium potatoes down center and place small slice of onion, dab of butter and salt and pepper to taste. Wrap potatoes in small sheets of foil. Bake at 400 degrees for about 1 hour."

"I live in the country near Sharpsburg, Md. I have a big problems dealing with wild cats that seem to be staying around my house. I need to catch these cats, I have a female cat that is pregnant. The problem is that I called the SPCA and they said they don't have the manpower. Right now they are only open from 12 to 5 p.m. They told me to get a trap to try to trap them. I did that and the mother cat won't go in the trap. What should I do now. Help me, leave a response in the paper."


"All of you so called Americans who have been condemning George Bush and our government, why aren't you speaking out against Saddam? It's almost like you are on his side. Do you ever watch TV and see what he does to his people. He is surviving because of people like you. You better be thinking about what you are doing, you wouldn't want something like that in this country."

- Sharpsburg

"I found a men's Casio wrist watch on Neck Road, near Randall Lane. If you think this is yours, leave your number and I will return it to you."

"If you want the truth on the war in Iraq, don't watch the mainstream media, watch Fox News."

"Could someone please call Mail Call and leave the address that a person can write to for a birthday card from the President for an elderly person. How long before the birthday do you have to send it."

"I am looking for some butterfly wings for a program at Paramount Elementary School. They were fleece wings that were sold at JoAnn Fabrics. If you have some and would be willing to donate them to the school for a week, please put your name on them and bring them by the school. Thank you."

"Last Friday, I went to my child's elementary school while they were having lunch. I know this was a day that they were supposed to be off and had a half day. I was very disappointed to see the children eating, nacho chips with cold cheese, one third cup of soup with trail mix. I don't believe that this a healthy lunch and I am concerned about them only getting a third cup of soup because they said they waste it and that is all they have."

"Concerning the play in Williamsport, that is the trouble with the world today, there is too much sex, nudity and profanity and some people think that it is okay. Some day there will be a reckoning. What then?"

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