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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1997
Lomita Councilman David Albert is not one to give up the fight. What started as a local battle to fly the POW/MIA flag over Lomita's post office has now gone to Congress. Last year, Albert made a request to fly the distinctive black-and-white flag over the small city's post office. Already, the flag flies over Lomita City Hall, at Lomita Park and at the city's Railroad Museum. So why not the post office? But Albert quickly learned that the U.S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1997
Lomita Councilman David Albert is not one to give up the fight. What started as a local battle to fly the POW/MIA flag over Lomita's post office has now gone to Congress. Last year, Albert made a request to fly the distinctive black-and-white flag over the small city's post office. Already, the flag flies over Lomita City Hall, at Lomita Park and at the city's Railroad Museum. So why not the post office? But Albert quickly learned that the U.S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1997
The Vietnam War is over, but Lomita Councilman David Albert is waging a battle to get the local post office to fly a POW/MIA flag over its building. "I will take this all the way to the White House," said Albert, 43, who didn't fight in the Vietnam War but thinks those who didn't return from the conflict should be honored. When Albert was mayor in 1995, Lomita passed a policy to fly the POW/MIA flag over all city facilities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1997
The Vietnam War is over, but Lomita Councilman David Albert is waging a battle to get the local post office to fly a POW/MIA flag over its building. "I will take this all the way to the White House," said Albert, 43, who didn't fight in the Vietnam War but thinks those who didn't return from the conflict should be honored. When Albert was mayor in 1995, Lomita passed a policy to fly the POW/MIA flag over all city facilities.
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