Letters to the Editor

letters to the editor

Thank you

Your September 14 issue was a real masterpiece. The front page set the tone–our flag still there. The coverage of the welcome for the Believers Session was a fine tribute to them.

Congratulations for bringing about such excellence with each issue.

Ed Clay
Palos Verdes Estates, CA


Thank you for the excellent publication; your newspaper is informational, interesting and inspirational, which makes for pleasant reading. Keep up the good work.

Bernard H. Smith,
Lt. Colonel
Bradenton, FL

Bosankos retire

I was thrilled to read of the salute to Ivor and Janette Bosanko (October 18, 2001). I came under their influence over 30 years ago in the U.K., Janette being singing company leader in Cardiff Canton.

I had the privilege to meet Richard when he was a few hours old, as I worked in the hospital where he was born, a beautiful baby!

The memory of their love and care as well as high standards of Army music making have formed the basis of much of my ministry and music making. In a master class at the Welsh school of music in 1972, referring to my conducting, Ivor very tactfully commented that I had a “musical shoulder”– a lovely way to tell me to change my style!

We shared a reunion in Cardiff in August, and although they have been part of the U.S. for so long we still feel that they belong to us. Thanks to God for them both.

Anne E. Myers

Agrees with TC

I am glad to receive New Frontier and I agree with the T.C.: “This Army does NOT discriminate!” (July 20, 2001)

Voyons Morancy, Major
Kingston, Georgetown
Guyana, SA

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