By Bill White Of The Morning Call | April 11, 2005
Over the years, newspaper graphics have offered some of my favorite bloopers. In one memorable instance, The Morning Call ran a map in which the state of South Carolina vanished, and Georgia moved northward to replace it. "The South is rising again," one of my co-workers commented. Good as that was, we may have topped it recently on the Top Speed page, devoted each week to NASCAR news. This particular edition was breaking down some fan base demographics, including Annual Income, How Old Are They, Where Do They Live.
The Morning Call | August 18, 2003
Jessica Schafer of 1166 Red Hill Road, Lehighton, is the daughter of Martin F. Schafer Jr., 49, and sister of Benjamin J. Schafer, 24, of the same address, both of whom died in a work-related accident Aug. 15. She was omitted from their obituaries Sunday.
The Morning Call | December 28, 2002
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The Morning Call | December 3, 2002
I am writing in regard to the Nov. 27 article about the death of the Rev. Edward R. Graff. All good and well, however, the story not only pointed out that Father Graff had been accused of activity unbecoming a Roman Catholic priest, it also rehashed details of that activity plus innuendos emanating from the accusations. There is an ancient expression in Latin which translates into English: "We should say nothing about those who have died other than the good things." Father Graff is remembered by many in the Diocese of Allentown as a caring, sharing shepherd; a very intelligent preacher and teacher; a competent pastor and gifted administrator.
The Morning Call | February 3, 2002
Congratulations on the new format of The Morning Call. I think I speak for many senior citizens. I specifically like the changes to the index, obituaries, opinion pages and puzzles. Carl C. Smith Allentown
by RON KOHL, The Morning Call | August 29, 1997
I'm an optimist. I admit it. The glass is always half-full. Optimists generally are pleasant people. They make good friends. They're enjoyable as company. Unless, of course, they're Pollyannas. That's when optimists go over the line. Too much cheerfulness can be hazardous to your health. Ever eat six bowls of sugared cereal in one sitting? Remember how you felt? That's what it's like to spend too much time with an over-the-top optimist. You want to take a baseball bat and swat some of that optimism away.
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