Flag should be illuminated at night

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

An elderly veteran stopped by the newspaper office Monday to express his concern that the United States flag is not being respected by some when it is left on public display at night — namely, that it sometimes does not have a light shining on it to distinguish it from the da

 
 
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