T.K. Hinchey III's use of the Utah pioneers (Letters to the Editor, Sept. 3) to illustrate freedom of choice in the purchase of liquor at the South Mountain Golf Course is nothing short of ludicrous. The pioneers would never have agreed to such a thing. Those in Draper who adhere to the faith of the pioneers have every right to reflect their beliefs in the daily workings of the community. If others don't like it, then, to make use of an old Vietnam-era phrase, they can either love Draper or leave it.

James P. BanfordDraper