" . . . a rising standard." Dr. Paul A. Samuelson, economics professor, MIT

". . . to be able to move the world." Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (NBC Nightly News, Oct. 11, 1979)

". . . a food supply that represents the safest, most varied diet in our history." Dr. Sanford A. Miller, director, Bureau of Foods, FDA

". . . total concentration on the matter in hand." Diana Vreeland, consultant, Metropolitan Museum of Art

". . . knowing enough about food combinations and technique to get you out of any sticky situation, such as too much salt in the stew." Elizabeth Alston, food and nutrition editor, Redbook magazine

". . . being told I'm beautiful." hopeful Hollywood starlet

". . . earning a college degree after reaching retirement." Clara Ackerman, 74, Brooklyn, N.Y.

". . . carrying out a procedure with skill and carrying a patient through it." Dr. Nicholas Zervas, chief of neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital

". . . setting diet goals and achieving them." Lois Lindauer, national director, Diet Workshop

". . . to a trumpet player when you can walk up to someone and say 'hit me in the stomach' and they do and it doesn't hurt." Dizzy Gillespie, jazz trumpeter

". . . (what) the people have . . . lost . . . in themselves now and in the future, . . . in the institutions, . . . in our government, the free enterprise system, the press and so forth. . ." President James Earl Carter News Briefing, Aug. 10, 1979