I wanted to thank you for all the coverage in the paper this week on Veterans Day. My father was in World War I in France, he suffered his whole live from being poisoned by gas. You have a picture on the wall at your newspaper, I believe it was World War 1 (it is of former editor Robert Edge who served in WWI). I remember a picture just like yours and I don't know what happened to it, but I sure wish I could find it. I am the youngest in our family, he never spoke much about the war. He did tell my husband things no one had ever heard before.
Corrections to the Tate Day article published in the November 1st edition. These two errors of fact have been called to my attention. They are totally the fault of this writer.
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