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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, April 13, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Randy Bish's April 5 editorial cartoon had a caricature of Jay Leno with the caption, “Today, while thousands of Americans can't find a job ... this man's employer is paying him 15 million dollars to leave his.” I don't remember seeing a Bish cartoon about H.J. Heinz CEO William Johnson possibly receiving a severance package of $212.7 million and Heinz CFO Arthur Winkleblack a severance package of $37.6 million.

Mr. Bish must have missed those.

Tony Wilps

Sewickley Township

Westmoreland County

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