From: Richard P. Streett Jr., VMD
The Harford Veterinary Medical Association, WXCY-FM and United Cerebral Palsy would like to thankeveryone who participated in our first annual Animal Walk-A-Thon forUCP on Sunday, April 21, at the Equestrian Center.
Despite the weather, the event was a success and we look forward to having it againnext year.
We would like to especially thank the following for their time and generosity -- Harford County Equestrian Center, Whiteford Port-A-Pot, 4 Footed Friends Shoppe, Tharpe and Green Mill, Prospect Mill, Bel Air Farm Supply, Churchville Saddlery, Southern States Bel Air, CIBA-GEIGY Animal Health, U.S. Army Environmental Hygiene Agency, Harford County Animal Control, Harford County Sheriff's Department, and Harford County Council members Joanne Parrott, Theresa Pierno and Robert Wagner.
We would also like to thank your paper for its coverage and publicity. It is this kind of support that helps make anevent like this a success.
STORY CALLED HATCHET JOB
From: Ruth Frank
Congratulations on the fine hatchet job you did onRay Warfield in last Sunday's issue, ("Officials deny Warfield housing case near settlement.")
Telling only half the story about the charges and counter-charges certainly satisfied my "right to know."
Your timing was wonderful. By your own account, Warfield filed his civil suit more than a year ago, but all of a sudden it's a big news story.
Implying that a problem with a dissatisfied customer would threaten Ray's re-election after 15 years of dedicated public servicewas an interesting twist. Off base, but interesting.
County (mobile home) inspector, Richard D. Lynch also deserves applause for his exaggerated opinion of the situation. He knows all the facts, but "what the hey," let's go for the juicy quote in the newspaper.
Take a bow, Harford Sun, for another example of totally unbiased reporting!