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Daylight Saving Time

June 10, 1986

Orr writes: "I still don't like daylight-saving time. My grass is brown enough already--it doesn't need another hour of daylight each day."

Orr's grass is getting exactly the same hours of daylight each day both before and after the advent of daylight-saving time, no matter how man has arbitrarily designated the hour.

Orr adds: "Let's turn the clocks back to the way God intended--standard time."

It was man who invented clocks (not God) and set up such systems as Greenwich time, the Prime Meridian and all those other permutations.

Perhaps God had something to do with Orr's brown grass.

HARRY CIMRING

Los Angeles

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