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Re: IAS Newsletters 2001

  • Subject: Re: IAS Newsletters 2001
  • From: "patricia frank" <tricia_frank@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 17:57:37 -0500 (CDT)

Hi Ron,
>Thanks for writing this letter and changing the tone of a very late NL.
>What is really strange,we have not had any inquiry about the lack of a 
>newsletter, except for Universities. We can not give you any additional 
>info on the Sept. show. Things are not confirmed.
>Please recheck the pages I sent you, there should be a half sheet with our 
>logo,the words PRINTED MATTER and the "Stamp". I have just talked to the 
>new printer. He will e-mail you his Bulk Mailing permit, since that is what 
>we will now use.
>How do you plan to transmit the NL? I have limited computer skills so 
>please keep your answer simple. Maybe the best bet is right to the printer. 
>Their info is www.leesburgprinting.com or NewsletRus@aol.com or 
>I'm in Miami- birth place of IAS.
>Thank You, for taking this all on.

>From: "Ron Iles" <roniles@eircom.net>
>Reply-To: aroid-l@mobot.org
>To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
>Subject: IAS Newsletters 2001
>Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 22:20:59 -0500 (CDT)
>Dear Friends,
>It was only YESTERDAY that I was made aware that there has been NO
>Newsletter since September 2000...NO Newsletter in 2001!    Members could
>ONLY use PUBLIC Aroid-L to relate to the IAS!.  So, apart from "Aroideana"
>(which without a "balancing" Newsletter might appear to be a little too
>"Scientific"...?), you had no Special Place for our Whole Group?  Members
>did not get two of the QUARTERLY Newletters.   But, the picture and 
>destinations are clearer now.   And so, IAS Friends, you may have been
>frustrated, angry, disappointed, whatever, but you still remained tolerant
>and tried to be understanding and so a big thank you.  Your kind 
>must and will be reciprocated by care and prompt remedies in future.
>I got the "held" material for the Newsletter about two weeks ago.  I was
>receiving more new material until yesterday.  Most of the new was being
>saved for the second Newsletter.  However now I realise that this is your
>FIRST 2001 IAS Post, I will put all which is still topical, plus new
>material into a less small Issue.   In unseemly haste I had already done my
>Editorial and major Edits and some layout by Monday ... The pages were set
>to be sent over Wednesday/Thursday night to dear Tricia in Pittsburgh for
>printing and then posting ASAP.
>Your FIRST 2001 Issue has now to be adapted sensitively to the newly 
>picture.   Jurisdiction has been delayed for a few more days to obtain 
>judgment.  The Editorial will then relate more aptly to the "missed"
>newletter scenario.  A few details of the older "held" material will be 
>more topical. I received the Contents Listing for the next Aroideana last
>night. (Please can anyone email me NOTICE DETAILS for the September Event
>KNOW BY RETURN EMAIL...If you want me to design my own POSTAGE STAMP for 
>US Postal Service, brace yourself, otherwise, somebody email me the back
>page you used for free mailing with licence number.... please.
>The first 2001 Newsletter will be "June".  For "Letters to the Editor" for
>the Second 2001 Issue, please email me personally or if it is for earlier
>consensus, or good publicity for IAS, through Aroid L   Incidentally new
>member Carol Bonner has thoughtfully suggested reciprocal advertisements of
>her Society and IAS in our respective newsletters.  Extended Publicity.  I
>said "yes" obviously but her first notice would be in our second Newletter
>If Tricia can handle the print and mail shots I will produce one or two 
>Newletters before September.   Then the News may be offered at greater and
>greater frequency to permit the "IAS" Post to become a vibrant DIALOGUE for
>the IAS Membership.
>Maybe the otherwise most regrettable discontinuity in newsletters has
>allowed time for positive reflection and evaluation for an even happier IAS
>in the future?
>Wherever you are in the World, the first IAS MEMBERS 2001 "Post" should be
>through your letter box in the first half of June.
>I hope 2001 is the beginning of a major increase in Members from all over
>the World who are as kind as those who established, developed and support
>the IAS.   Carol has very recently joined. (Welcome!); please how many
>others have done the same please?   (Your poor Irish NewsEd paid $30 US and
>has to work as well!).  All your Aroid-L friends who aren't Members -
>PLEASE - IAS needs ALL your Support - PLEASE!
>Ron Iles

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