My condolences to Bernhardt Sadler of Venice (Viewers' Views, April 16). I, too, have found my whole life style changed because of the cancellation of my favorite show, "Super Password." I have rearranged my entire existence--moved all the furniture around, gone on a diet, rescheduled my daily swim, shopped till I dropped, made a standing appointment with the hairdressers and even phoned my three offspring during the day --all because I no longer have to be on hand at 11 a.m. to watch Bert Convy, his guests and his interesting contestants play with my favorite subject, words!
I'm sure I speak for other members of the "Over the Hill" gang when I lament this cancellation. Let the advertisers be advised that we senior citizens carry quite a bit of clout and represent a great deal of buying power. When NBC cancels my other favorite word-game shows--"Scrabble" and "Wheel of Fortune"--I'll be able to put some potted plants in front of the TV and read some books.
Mary McCormick, Palm Springs