Letter: Combat vet can't get license renewed
To the editor:
A new law from Boston states that you have to prove who you are to renew your driver's license. I got a bunch of documents together to show who I am and always was. I got a copy of my birth certificate in the town of Adams where I was born.
I went to the Registry of Motor Vehicles with my papers and the clerk turned me down. I explained to her the name "Menard" was French for "Maynard."
So here I am with a bunch of papers to prove who I am but I can't renew my drivers license.
I served on three ships. I was in five campaigns. And I was almost torpedoed off the Philippines. But I can't renew my drivers license! Can anyone out there help me?
Richard J. Maynard,
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