Voice of the people
Book sheds light on political situation
We are all well aware of the continuing divisive issues that remain seemingly unresolved by Congress.
As a way to help gain an informed and enlightened approach to these issues, I highly recommend the reading of the recently published book "American Issues" by Dr. Glen Mollette.
The author has chosen the most devastating of the current unresolved differences and in clear and thoughtful language offers "understandable, common sense solutions."
Actions such as these, taken without the confinement of any ideological influence, could greatly help to achieve the greatest amount of good and well-being in our nation.
Kermit W. Nordeen
HEHS music program moving
I'd like to comment on the recent program performed by past students of Huntington East High School Music Department entitled "Here We Come!"
The program was planned and conducted by Mrs. Janice Chandler Gold. It was based on her 25 years of teaching music at Huntington East. Past students were invited to participate, and they came from miles around.
Sally and I had two offspring in the 170-voice choir. The program was well done and brought back many fond memories. If you were not moved when the choir sang "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," you need to get in contact with your funeral director. Our heartfelt thanks, Mrs. Chandler.
Frank J. Michel
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