To the editor:
In the past four years I wrote two letters asking for help to provide transportation for our Disabled American Veterans. We use to have a van sitting across the street in front of the Berlin DAV on Riverside Drive. If you'll notice we no longer do. I stopped driving because we didn't have a van available fit for the road. On my last visit to the Veteran's Hospital in White River Junction, Vermont I spoke with Mr. Jeff Snow, the Hospital Service Coordinator of the DAV Transportation Network. Mr. Snow informed me that we just don't have a van available to transport our veterans to their doctor's appointments in White River. With all the vehicles we have overflowing the parking lots of the many dealerships we have in this country it is a sad commentary of the regard our country has for its veterans. in conclusion, someone ought to have the heart and care enough to step up to the plate and see that our veterans have transportation to their doctor's appointments in White River. I hope that I don't have to write this letter again.
Harold Raymond Losier