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Oct. 20, 1960. A historic event of national significance—the dedication of that remarkable facility. I was there in Providence, covering it for the Worcester Telegram-Gazette. But what a stunt the Providence Journal pulled afterward!
Deep River–I had long forgotten about the enormous Post Office event that took place way back in 1960. Enormous because important to the whole country. At the left is the special poster designed back then to mark it.
That historic event came back to me yesterday in a strange flash.
I got home from my errands and found a new message on my answering machine. From AT&T.
A computerized male voice told me AT&T had mailed me an important message and it had been returned as un-deliverable. “This was our second attempt!” the unhappy voice said.
I called that number and of course I waited for somebody to pick up. And waited. And waited. Finally I gave up for now.
My problem with the Post Office was not new. I had gotten three other complaints. I had complained at the Post Office just last week.
Right away I called the Post Office to straighten this out. Busy. Again 20 minutes later. Busy. I did a bit of work. Called again. Busy. Damn!
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