Publisher's Letter, Feb. 13, 1956

Dear TIME-Reader:

SINCE TIME'S Feb. 6 cover story on NATO's General Alfred M. Gruenther appeared, "Gruenthergram" has become for many TIME-readers a synonym for a crisply written note of command or commendation. Last week, flying from Paris to Washington, General Gruenther dashed off two unusually long Gruenthergrams for Senior Editor Thomas Griffith, who edited the cover story, and Associate Editor A. T. Baker, who wrote it:

Editors Griffith and Baker were delighted to receive these warm and human notes from a very busy soldier.

Cordially yours,

James A. Linen

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