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A Contemptible Idiot Writes: 

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To the editors:

Mr. Peter Dominowski is wasting his great talents when he uses them to merely destroy radio station WFMT.

With his great gifts for never answering a question or saying gooblegeback or doubletalk to an interviewer he could be a member of Congress or governor, even V.P. or president. Also he has the perfect attitude--contempt for his listeners and "the public be damned--they get what I want them to have, not what they like."

I am one of those contemptible idiots who loved WFMT before Jay Andres & Dominowski and who obviously belongs to the dark ages.

Marcella Levin Senz

W. Brompton

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