Help disabled vetsMay 20, 2019
To the editor:
Some disabled vets have not been treated with respect. We must respect and help them!
As a handicapped, slightly disable military vet, I enjoy helping disabled vets as they have served our country and I enjoy our freedom. I also have the pleasure of providing entertainment for them at nursing homes.
We must treat our disabled vets with respect and help them whenever we can. We must honor them on Memorial Day and Veterans Day. God bless them!
—Charles L. Schnell
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