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Re: March BNL apparently damaged in route.
The idea to use heavier cover paper for the BNL is valid. I live only 60
miles from the distribution point and one of every five are damaged,some
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Sent: Friday, March 31, 2000 12:54 AM
Subject: Re: March BNL apparently damaged in route.
> Karl Doering has an excellent idea on a heavier paper cover for the BNL.
> Each time I pick up a newsletter I wonder why the cover is not the same
> weight as the cover for JAKA. The cost is almost nil and from a society
> serves a very high percentage of their food on or in throw away paper
> and cups, No one needs to reply about the waste of paper. Further with
> replanting of pulp wood type trees which I believe can be harvested every
> to 60 years there will never be a paper shortage.
> Allen McNealy
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