Certainly the news personalities of our past would be willing to share their memories and personal mementoes of those gloried early days of both radio and television in Augusta.
...of hate and oppression is a slap in the face to anyone who honors the memory of one who paid the dearest price that can be paid for any cause and for the heritage that he or she is justifiably proud of ... Darryl C. Drake, Midville, Ga.
...Augusta's city fathers have forsaken its past. As for the South Carolina NAACP, the last time I checked a map, Augusta was in Georgia. Take your convention back to your own back yard. A river runs through ours. Darryl C. Drake,Midville