THIN?Editor: Your article of Dec...

SPREADING THEMSELVES TOO

February 21, 1993

SPREADING THEMSELVES TOO THIN?

Editor: Your article of Dec. 6 ["Just Call Him Dr. Dad"] alarms me.

Here we have two professionals squeezing four professions (nursing, chiropractic care, marriage and child raising) into one 24-hour day.

:. Is it possible someone is getting cheated?

Lawrence G. Buell

Baltimore

POCOMOKE CITY: ANOTHER VIEW

Editor: Arlene Ehrlich knew the Pocomoke of the 1950s while I lived there in the 1970s. I came from an established family in town . . . and yes, I was a Christian in a Christian town. Those three factors can make a tremendous difference in the ways that our perceptions differ about Pocomoke. But even allowing for those differences, I feel that Ms. Ehrlich was very unfair in her portrayal of Pocomoke City ["Keepsakes of the Heart," Dec. 6]. My complaints stem from the generalizations that Ms. Ehrlich made about Pocomoke and her apparent blindness to the realities of the rest of the world at that time. Pocomoke wasn't behind the times -- Pocomoke reflected the times. I sincerely hope that Ms. Ehrlich will return to Pocomoke, and that this time, she will have an open mind and heart and give the people and the town of the '90s a chance.

Kyndra L. Ponder

Glen Burnie

A NOD TO NANCY FOSTER

Editor: When so much of today's news worldwide tells sickening stories of man's inhumanity to man, it is so encouraging to read about Nancy Foster and her insight, her willingness to give. ["Touch Love," Dec. 13].

Sue McCann

Arnold

Editor: Your cover story on Nancy Foster and Tony Hall was very touching.

William J. Stapler Jr.

Baltimore

BOUQUETS FOR 'WAY BACK'

Editor: "Way Back When" suggests that the Geritol set should stroll down memory lane by looking through their old photo albums. We like to see ourselves the way we were . . . because we were so much younger.

1% Bouquets to the editor and staff!

Joseph Lerner

Baltimore

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