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Sombralee
Fri, 7 Jun 1996 20:16:44 -0400


I thought some of you might be interested in this. If not sorry, but we need
to
SAVE THE MUPPETS!!!!!
>Subject: Save Sesame Street
>
>This is a petition to save Sesame Street. All you do is add
>your name on the list and then forward it to everyone you
>know. The only time you send it to the included address is
>if you are the 50th, 100th, etc. Send it on to everyone you know.
>
>PBS, NPR (National Public Radio), and the arts are
>facing major cutbacks in funding. In spite of the efforts of
>each station to reduce spending costs and streamline their
>services, the government officials believe that the funding
>currently going to these programs is too large a portion of
>funding for something which is seen as "unworthwhile."
>Currently, taxes from the general public for PBS equal $1.12
>per person per year, and the National Endowment for the Arts equals
>$.64 a year in total. A January 1995 CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll indicated
>that 76% of Americans wish to keep funding for PBS, third only to
>national defense and law enforcement as the most valuable programs for
>federal funding.
> Each year, the Senate and House Appropriations commitees each have
>13 subcommitees with jurisdiction over many programs and agencies.
>Each subcommitee passes its own appropriation bill. The goal each
>year is to have each bill signed by the beginning of the fiscal
>year, which is October 1. In the instance of the Corporation of
>Public Broadcasting, the bill determines the funding for the next
>three years. When this issue comes up in 1996, the funding will be
>determined for fiscal years 1996-1998.
> The only way that our representatives can be aware of the base of
>support or PBS and funding for these types of programs is by
>making our voices heard.
> Please add your name to this list if you believe in what we stand
>for.
> This list will be forwarded to the President of the United States,
>the Vice President of the United States, and Representative Newt
>Gingrich, who is the instigator of the action to cut funding to
>these worthwhile programs.
> If you happen to be the 50th, 100th, 150th, etc. signer of this
>petition, please forward to :
> kubi7975.
>This way we can keep track of the lists and organize them. Forward
>this to everyone you know, and help us to keep these programs alive.
>
>Thank you.
>
>- -----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>1. Elizabeth Weinert, student, University of Northern Colorado,
> Colorado.
>2. Nikki Marchman, student, University of Northern Colorado,
> Colorado.
>3. Laura King, Salt Lake City, Utah
>4. Mary Lambert, San Francisco, CA
>5. Sam Tucker, Seattle, WA
>6. Steve Mack, Seattle, WA
>7. Stacy Shelley, Sub Pop Records, Seattle, WA.
>8. Amy Saaed, Seattle, WA
>9. Jill Hudgins, Atlanta, GA
>10. Alex Goolsby, student, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
>11. Aisha K. McGriff, North Carolina School of Science and Math
>12. Amy Brushwood, North Carolina School of Science and Math
>13. Mason Blackwell, student The College of William and Mary
>14. Melinda Murphy, student, St. Mary's College of Maryland
>15. Amy Raphael, student, University of Pennsylvania
>16. Nancy Adleman, student, Stanford University
>17. Paul Bodnar, student, Stanford University
>18. Kunal Bajaj, student, University of Pennsylvania
>19. Sharon Seltzer, student, University of Pennsylvania
>20. Sugirtha Vivekananthan, student, University of Pennsylvania
>21. Ann Wang, student, University of Pennsylvania
>22. Seth Resler, student, Brown University
>23. Leslie Ching, student, Brown University
>24. Sylvia Barbut, student, Carnegie Mellon University
>25. Karri Plotkin, student, Carnegie Mellon University
>26. Kamilla Chaudh, student, Emory University
>27. Jon Gordon,student,Princeton University
>28. Nadine Knight, student, Princeton University
>27. Erica Amianda, student, Johns Hopkins University
>30. Rachel Pletcher, student, Johns Hopkins University
>31. Janet Aardema, student, Davidson College
>32. Kelly Kiefer, student, Davidson College
>33. Jane Ruschky, student, Davidson College
>34. Courtney Pace, student, Davidson College
>35. Allison Patten, student, Northwestern University
>36. Chad Ballentine, student, Franklin Road Academy
>37. Allison Patten, student, Northwestern University
>38. Rachel Allen, student, Rhodes College
>39. Mary Rose Herbert, student, Guilford College
>40. Christie Todd, student, Rhodes College
>41. Athena Petropoulos, Rhodes College
>42. Kathryn Hoang, student, Rhodes College
>43. Lan To, student, Rhodes College
>44. Ben Hagy, student, Reed College
>45. Stephanie Marrs, student, University of Pennsylvania
>46. Meg Smith, student, Rice University
>47. Julian Zinn, student, University of Texas
>48. Adam Talianchich, student, University of Texas
>49. Michael GLazner, student, Southwestern Universirty
>50. Katherine Rainwater, student, Southwestern University
>51. Will O'Brien, student, Southwestern University
>52. Meridith McConnell, student, Southwestern University
>53. Amy Cassata, student, Trinity University
>54. Heather Hanchett, student, Trinity University
>55. Mike Elsner, student, Trinity University, San Antonio
>56. ND Victor Carsrud, student, University of Texas Medical
> Branch,Galveston
>57. Michael Eisenstein, Engineer, Dallas, TX
>58. Tehmina Banatwala, English Teacher, Houston, TX
>59. Paula Leigh Cox, Account Executive, San Antonio, TX
>60. Jennifer Franks, Account executive, San Antonio, TX
>61. Mike Mineo, student, UT medical school, Houston, TX
>62. Andre de Launay, Amer. Grad. School of Intl.Mgmt, Glendale, AZ
>63. Tawne Bachus, Thunerbird, the American Grad School of Intl.
> Mgmt., Glendale, AZ.
>64. Ty Bachus, graphic designer, Herndon, VA
>65. Thomas Inskip, software engineer, Washington, DC.
>66. Dana Hollish, Green Seal
>67. Neil Payne, St. Mary's College, MD
>68. Douglas G. Davis, Gainesville, Fl.
>69. Paula Garfinkle, Potomac, MD
>70. Jeff Boodman, Falls Church, VA
>71. Erica Sangster, Graduate School of Design, Cambridge MA
>72. Nathalia Glickman, Graduate student, University of Oregon,
> Eugene, OR.
>73. Chee Chan, Ex-Pat, Singapore
>74. Justin Tan, University of Toronto, Canada
>75. Sue Burrows, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
>76. Kelly Cox, York University, Toronto, Canada
>77. Amanda Holt, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada
>78. Sara Fisher, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
>79. Elliot Salmons, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada
>80. Dori Skye, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada
>81. Jana Atkins, York University, Toronto, Canada
>82. Joshua Engel, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
>83. Haim Gorodzinsky, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
>84. Melissa Medley, Loyola University Chicago, IL
>85. Kim Puhr, Loyola University Chicago, IL
>86. Lena Dukic, Chicago, IL
>87. Betsy Greer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
>88. Lisa Thompson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
>89. Ryan Emanuel, Duke University, Durham, NC
>90. Gautham Venkat, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
>91. Christina Varughese, u of penn, phila, pa
>92. John Varghese, student,University of Md at Baltimore County
>93. Jason Putsche, student, University of Md at Baltimore County
>94. Melissa Koponen, student, St John's University, Queens, NY
>95. Peter C. Frank, student, New York Law School, New York, NY
>96. Mark J. Bousquet, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
>97. Roberta E. Chase, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
>98. David A. Phillips, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
>99. James E. Charbonneau, student, Virginia Tech, VA
>100. Sara M. Eells, student, Virginia Tech, VA
>101. Courtney Reiter, student, Virginia Tech, VA
>102. Larissa Buccolo, student, Virginia Tech, VA
>103. Amanda Hill, student, Indiana University, IN
>104. Tony Grimes, student, Indiana University, IN
>105. Laurie Metzger, student, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
>106. Amy Smith, student, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
>107. Michelle Crispino, student, University of Maryland, College
> Park, MD
>108. Antonella Cavallo, student, University of Maryland, College
> Park, MD
>109. Ranjana Varghese, student, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
>110. Jennifer McCloskey, student, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
>111. Jenni DuBreuil, student, Salisbury State University, MD
>112. Greg Zapiec, student, Salisbury State University, MD
>113. Helen Woods, student, Salisbury State University, MD
>114. Gary Bringman, student, Salisbury, State University, MD
>115. Ben Martell, student, Noble & Greenough,MA
>116. Meagan Rock, student, Noble & Greenough, MA
>117. Melissa Marotto, student, Walnut Hill School for the Performing
> Arts, MA
>118. Steven E. Carver, human being, Grandfather, Harley Rider, "the
> Hill," MA
>119. Virginia Batson, student, Tulane University, LA
>120. Angelynn Grant, graphic designer, Cambridge, MA
>121. Jack Woker, business owner, Everett, MA
>122. Jeff Flagg, staff, University of Texas at Austin, and parent
>123. Mary Ann Pitzer, staff, University of Tx at Austin, and parent.
>124. Jessica S. Pease, staff, University of Texas at Austin, and child that
> learned to read from watching Sesame Street & other PBS productions.
>125. Kathryn Samec, staff, University of Texas at Austin, and parent.
>126. Jennifer Gill, staff, Univ. of TX at Austin, parent
>127. Bob Gill, Berkeley California, parent.
>128. David B. Gill, Seattle WA, parent, veterinarian
>129. Karelle A. Meleo, Seattle WA, parent, veterinarian
>130. Mike Marder, veterinarian, NY
>131. Mara Kurtz, graphic designer, NY
>132. Sasha Kurtz, graphic designer, NY
>133. Kim Karon, designer & computer animator,Cdn.in NY
>134. Brad Woods, animator, CA
>135. Izzy Acar, animator, CA
>136. Kevin Sprout, Technical Director, CA
>137. George Wadsworth, musician, CA
>138. Kim Tempest, Human, San Francisco, CA
>139. RJ Mical, computer scientist, Redwood City, CA, also signing on
> behalf of my kids who learn much from public broadcasting
>140. Kevin Hester, computer scientist and geek, Redwood City, CA
>141. Mark Maxham, programmer, Redwood City, CA
>142. Lioudmila Golynskaia, computer graphic artist, Berkeley, CA
>143. Alexander Grunsteidl, interaction designer, CA
>145. Geoff Smith, designer , Palo Alto , CA
>146. Tom Bellman, grad student, University of Toronto, Canada
>147. Marilyn Mantei, professor, University of Toronto, Canada (U.S. citizen
>148. Barry Wellman, professor, University of Toronto, Canada (U.S. citizen)
>149. Peter Carrington, professor, University of Waterloo, Canada
>150. Bryan J. Vila, professor, University of California, Irvine
>151. Alison Clarke-Stewart, Professor, University of California, Irvine
>152. Tammy Stoner, Teacher, English 2020 Pusan, South Korea
>153. Shelly Grygleski, Student, SWT Univ, Graphic Artist, Austin, Texas

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Stand up for muppets!

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Pass it on- Sara

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A note to say hi, and ask you to sign this "apple pie". . Marsha

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Subject: Save Sesame Street

This is a petition to save Sesame Street. All you do is add
your name on the list and then forward it to everyone you
know. The only time you send it to the included address is
if you are the 50th, 100th, etc. Send it on to everyone you know.

PBS, NPR (National Public Radio), and the arts are
facing major cutbacks in funding. In spite of the efforts of
each station to reduce spending costs and streamline their
services, the government officials believe that the funding
currently going to these programs is too large a portion of
funding for something which is seen as "unworthwhile."
Currently, taxes from the general public for PBS equal $1.12
per person per year, and the National Endowment for the Arts equals
$.64 a year in total. A January 1995 CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll indicated
that 76% of Americans wish to keep funding for PBS, third only to
national defense and law enforcement as the most valuable programs for
federal funding.
Each year, the Senate and House Appropriations commitees each have
13 subcommitees with jurisdiction over many programs and agencies.
Each subcommitee passes its own appropriation bill. The goal each
year is to have each bill signed by the beginning of the fiscal
year, which is October 1. In the instance of the Corporation of
Public Broadcasting, the bill determines the funding for the next
three years. When this issue comes up in 1996, the funding will be
determined for fiscal years 1996-1998.
The only way that our representatives can be aware of the base of
support or PBS and funding for these types of programs is by
making our voices heard.
Please add your name to this list if you believe in what we stand
for.
This list will be forwarded to the President of the United States,
the Vice President of the United States, and Representative Newt
Gingrich, who is the instigator of the action to cut funding to
these worthwhile programs.
If you happen to be the 50th, 100th, 150th, etc. signer of this
petition, please forward to :
kubi7975.
This way we can keep track of the lists and organize them. Forward
this to everyone you know, and help us to keep these programs alive.

Thank you.

- -----------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Elizabeth Weinert, student, University of Northern Colorado,
Colorado.
2. Nikki Marchman, student, University of Northern Colorado,
Colorado.
3. Laura King, Salt Lake City, Utah
4. Mary Lambert, San Francisco, CA
5. Sam Tucker, Seattle, WA
6. Steve Mack, Seattle, WA
7. Stacy Shelley, Sub Pop Records, Seattle, WA.
8. Amy Saaed, Seattle, WA
9. Jill Hudgins, Atlanta, GA
10. Alex Goolsby, student, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
11. Aisha K. McGriff, North Carolina School of Science and Math
12. Amy Brushwood, North Carolina School of Science and Math
13. Mason Blackwell, student The College of William and Mary
14. Melinda Murphy, student, St. Mary's College of Maryland
15. Amy Raphael, student, University of Pennsylvania
16. Nancy Adleman, student, Stanford University
17. Paul Bodnar, student, Stanford University
18. Kunal Bajaj, student, University of Pennsylvania
19. Sharon Seltzer, student, University of Pennsylvania
20. Sugirtha Vivekananthan, student, University of Pennsylvania
21. Ann Wang, student, University of Pennsylvania
22. Seth Resler, student, Brown University
23. Leslie Ching, student, Brown University
24. Sylvia Barbut, student, Carnegie Mellon University
25. Karri Plotkin, student, Carnegie Mellon University
26. Kamilla Chaudh, student, Emory University
27. Jon Gordon,student,Princeton University
28. Nadine Knight, student, Princeton University
27. Erica Amianda, student, Johns Hopkins University
30. Rachel Pletcher, student, Johns Hopkins University
31. Janet Aardema, student, Davidson College
32. Kelly Kiefer, student, Davidson College
33. Jane Ruschky, student, Davidson College
34. Courtney Pace, student, Davidson College
35. Allison Patten, student, Northwestern University
36. Chad Ballentine, student, Franklin Road Academy
37. Allison Patten, student, Northwestern University
38. Rachel Allen, student, Rhodes College
39. Mary Rose Herbert, student, Guilford College
40. Christie Todd, student, Rhodes College
41. Athena Petropoulos, Rhodes College
42. Kathryn Hoang, student, Rhodes College
43. Lan To, student, Rhodes College
44. Ben Hagy, student, Reed College
45. Stephanie Marrs, student, University of Pennsylvania
46. Meg Smith, student, Rice University
47. Julian Zinn, student, University of Texas
48. Adam Talianchich, student, University of Texas
49. Michael GLazner, student, Southwestern Universirty
50. Katherine Rainwater, student, Southwestern University
51. Will O'Brien, student, Southwestern University
52. Meridith McConnell, student, Southwestern University
53. Amy Cassata, student, Trinity University
54. Heather Hanchett, student, Trinity University
55. Mike Elsner, student, Trinity University, San Antonio
56. ND Victor Carsrud, student, University of Texas Medical
Branch,Galveston
57. Michael Eisenstein, Engineer, Dallas, TX
58. Tehmina Banatwala, English Teacher, Houston, TX
59. Paula Leigh Cox, Account Executive, San Antonio, TX
60. Jennifer Franks, Account executive, San Antonio, TX
61. Mike Mineo, student, UT medical school, Houston, TX
62. Andre de Launay, Amer. Grad. School of Intl.Mgmt, Glendale, AZ
63. Tawne Bachus, Thunerbird, the American Grad School of Intl.
Mgmt., Glendale, AZ.
64. Ty Bachus, graphic designer, Herndon, VA
65. Thomas Inskip, software engineer, Washington, DC.
66. Dana Hollish, Green Seal
67. Neil Payne, St. Mary's College, MD
68. Douglas G. Davis, Gainesville, Fl.
69. Paula Garfinkle, Potomac, MD
70. Jeff Boodman, Falls Church, VA
71. Erica Sangster, Graduate School of Design, Cambridge MA
72. Nathalia Glickman, Graduate student, University of Oregon,
Eugene, OR.
73. Chee Chan, Ex-Pat, Singapore
74. Justin Tan, University of Toronto, Canada
75. Sue Burrows, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
76. Kelly Cox, York University, Toronto, Canada
77. Amanda Holt, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada
78. Sara Fisher, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
79. Elliot Salmons, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada
80. Dori Skye, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada
81. Jana Atkins, York University, Toronto, Canada
82. Joshua Engel, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
83. Haim Gorodzinsky, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
84. Melissa Medley, Loyola University Chicago, IL
85. Kim Puhr, Loyola University Chicago, IL
86. Lena Dukic, Chicago, IL
87. Betsy Greer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
88. Lisa Thompson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
89. Ryan Emanuel, Duke University, Durham, NC
90. Gautham Venkat, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
91. Christina Varughese, u of penn, phila, pa
92. John Varghese, student,University of Md at Baltimore County
93. Jason Putsche, student, University of Md at Baltimore County
94. Melissa Koponen, student, St John's University, Queens, NY
95. Peter C. Frank, student, New York Law School, New York, NY
96. Mark J. Bousquet, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
97. Roberta E. Chase, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
98. David A. Phillips, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
99. James E. Charbonneau, student, Virginia Tech, VA
100. Sara M. Eells, student, Virginia Tech, VA
101. Courtney Reiter, student, Virginia Tech, VA
102. Larissa Buccolo, student, Virginia Tech, VA
103. Amanda Hill, student, Indiana University, IN
104. Tony Grimes, student, Indiana University, IN
105. Laurie Metzger, student, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
106. Amy Smith, student, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
107. Michelle Crispino, student, University of Maryland, College
Park, MD
108. Antonella Cavallo, student, University of Maryland, College
Park, MD
109. Ranjana Varghese, student, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
110. Jennifer McCloskey, student, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
111. Jenni DuBreuil, student, Salisbury State University, MD
112. Greg Zapiec, student, Salisbury State University, MD
113. Helen Woods, student, Salisbury State University, MD
114. Gary Bringman, student, Salisbury, State University, MD
115. Ben Martell, student, Noble & Greenough,MA
116. Meagan Rock, student, Noble & Greenough, MA
117. Melissa Marotto, student, Walnut Hill School for the Performing
Arts, MA
118. Steven E. Carver, human being, Grandfather, Harley Rider, "the
Hill," MA
119. Virginia Batson, student, Tulane University, LA
120. Angelynn Grant, graphic designer, Cambridge, MA
121. Jack Woker, business owner, Everett, MA
122. Jeff Flagg, staff, University of Texas at Austin, and parent
123. Mary Ann Pitzer, staff, University of Tx at Austin, and parent.
124. Jessica S. Pease, staff, University of Texas at Austin, and child that
learned to read from watching Sesame Street & other PBS productions.
125. Kathryn Samec, staff, University of Texas at Austin, and parent.
126. Jennifer Gill, staff, Univ. of TX at Austin, parent
127. Bob Gill, Berkeley California, parent.
128. David B. Gill, Seattle WA, parent, veterinarian
129. Karelle A. Meleo, Seattle WA, parent, veterinarian
130. Mike Marder, veterinarian, NY
131. Mara Kurtz, graphic designer, NY
132. Sasha Kurtz, graphic designer, NY
133. Kim Karon, designer & computer animator,Cdn.in NY
134. Brad Woods, animator, CA
135. Izzy Acar, animator, CA
136. Kevin Sprout, Technical Director, CA
137. George Wadsworth, musician, CA
138. Kim Tempest, Human, San Francisco, CA
139. RJ Mical, computer scientist, Redwood City, CA, also signing on
behalf of my kids who learn much from public broadcasting
140. Kevin Hester, computer scientist and geek, Redwood City, CA
141. Mark Maxham, programmer, Redwood City, CA
142. Lioudmila Golynskaia, computer graphic artist, Berkeley, CA
143. Alexander Grunsteidl, interaction designer, CA
145. Geoff Smith, designer , Palo Alto , CA
146. Tom Bellman, grad student, University of Toronto, Canada
147. Marilyn Mantei, professor, University of Toronto, Canada (U.S. citizen
148. Barry Wellman, professor, University of Toronto, Canada (U.S. citizen)
149. Peter Carrington, professor, University of Waterloo, Canada
150. Bryan J. Vila, professor, University of California, Irvine
151. Alison Clarke-Stewart, Professor, University of California, Irvine
152. Tammy Stoner, Teacher, English 2020 Pusan, South Korea

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