In last month’s issue, we published an article entitled Milk Maids (# 46) that did not carry the name of its writer. He had not listed his name on the article itself, but we liked it so much that we decided to run it anyway, knowing that we could later list his name, once we knew it, which is: Steve Griffen.

We’ll use this space to again ask that all of contributors always carry their names on their submitted articles. The names might be on the e-mails but quite often the two get separated and then we have to rely on the memory of our editor, which like that of some of our wonderful readers is not what it used to be.

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