The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 28, 1997 · Page 52
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Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, September 28, 1997
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PREMARIN ' ' itedestrogenstablets ) USP)0.625mg NEVUS & VIEWS • Peyton's place I admire the drive and high standards of University of Tennessee quarterback Peyton Manning ("The star who stayed in school," Aug. 15-17), but I hardly think it's fair to compare his choice [to stay in college another year rather than go pro] to the choices of students whose families do not live in "an 1853 showplace with a pool and celebrity neighbors." Let's not try to set up Manning as a role model for aspiring athletes who come from lower- or middle-class homes. He's not saying, "Show me the money" — but then again, he doesn't need to see it, does he? Margie Monforton, Farmlngton Hills, Mich. The story about Manning was excellent and heartwarming. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Mary Lee Bowen, Nashville • Produce and pesticides: The debate continues I was surprised that your story about pesticides sprayed on fruits and vegetables ("Is there poison in your produce?" Aug. 15-17) didn't mention that plants make their own natural pesticides. All of life is a risk, and sometimes the bounty provided for us by "Mother Nature" can be just as toxic as the formulated products created by industry. Randy Elscher Wlxom, Mich. A sidebar asks of pesticides, "How risky are they?" Unfortunately for your readers, the answer is vague and not based on scientific data. A 1989 National Academy of Sciences study states that the risk that may result from increased exposure to pesticide residues "would be greatly outweighed by the potential benefits" of fruits and vegetables. No government or public health agency Feme Bork, of Leyden, Mass., and son Aaron were featured In a story about shoppers switching to organic produce. has ever stated that there is a public health concern from pesticides in the food supply. Stacey A. Zawel, United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, Alexandria, Va. • The plane truth I am delighted that Bob Mischke, at age 64, is a top air traffic controller ("Ten people who could change your life," Aug. 15-17). He has a stressful job demanding instant eye- body-brain coordination and — with no mishap despite directing 4,000 planes a day — refutes the idea that one must be young to work. Bob is cool. Ruth Unterberg, New York City • The right pet for the right owner As vice president of the local Humane Society, I'd like to thank Elizabeth Marshall Thomas for her words of advice about pet ownership ("Q&A: Pets," Aug 15-17). All too often, pets are adopted for the wrong reasons. They are a great deal of work, especially dogs. I have seen far too many animals come back to the shelter because they "didn't work out." Pet ownership is a privilege. If you don't have the time to dedicate to a pet, forget it. Jean Adler, St Cloud, Minn. When a reader asked what would be a good pet for a person who lives in a place where pets are not allowed, you forgot to mention fish. A more educating and relaxing pet is hard to find! My cat, Norman, loves to watch the fish tanks. Michael Hecht, Us Vegas • •Garcia: Good advice | I just read the Aug. 22-24 3 "Straight Talk" with actor Andy f Garcia and was impressed to I see that he is holding on to his I ideals and values. People need to stay connected to their heritage for many reasons. I try to stay connected with my Southern roots as well as my grandfather's homeland of Honduras. As a Spanish teacher, I tell my students how important heritage and culture are. Susan J. Mitchell, Whitehall, Wls. Write to USA WEEKEND, 1000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22229-0012 (e-mail:; fax: 703-2765518). Include your name, address and daytime telephone number. Letters may be edited for clarity and space, C3 USA WEEKEND • Sept. 28-28,1867 13

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