| What are we parents teaching our children?
THE EDITOR, Sir: I write to express my feelings about the Cliff Hughes programme that aired on Sunday, March 28th, 2004.
Equal treatment from police
THE EDITOR, Sir: Until each and every individual is treated with respect and as human beings by our security forces, fighting crime will be an impossible task.
Irreverence at Easter
THE EDITOR, Sir: It is with great distress that I have observed the growing trend to blatantly disregard the reverence, which should be attributed to Holy Days.
New lotto concerns
THE EDITOR, Sir: My main concern with the new lottery system is that with the old system people were able to know from which agent/s the winner/s bought the winning tickets.
Status of a murder case
THE EDITOR, Sir: On January 23, 2004, a shooting occurred at the Odeon Cineplex in Mandeville, Manchester. One Damion Watson, a health officer in the Health Department in the parish was killed.
Miss Jamaica Coronation Song
THE EDITOR, Sir: I was surprised to read, in The Gleaner of April 5 under the excellent column 'This Day in our Past', the statement that the late Lou Sparkes was the composer of the Miss Jamaica song "Vision of Loveliness".
Too many people, too little jobs
THE EDITOR, Sir: In travelling in the major towns and districts, I witness hundreds of young people in their mid- to late teens doing absolutely nothing.
THE EDITOR, Sir: What a powerful article by Wendel Abel entitled, 'Shackled to the past trapped in the present', published Wednesday, March 31, 2004 It is as if we instinctively know that what Dr. Wendel Abel is saying is 100% correct...
Prophecy for the PM
THE EDITOR, Sir: This letter is addressed to the Prime Minister, the Minister of National Security and the People of Jamaica.
Suggestions to fight crime
THE EDITOR, Sir: Suggestion systems are commonly used in businesses to solicit ideas from employees on how to make their processes more efficient and thereby improve the performance of the business.