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July 4th piece on war vets talking about the holiday. Jack Rogers served stateside in WWII. He didn't go in for fireworks when he was a kid -- money was too scarce during the great depression. He doesn't remember the holiday during the war. He does remember after, though. family time. He and his son, Ron, own the tobacco store.(EVAN SEMON/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) *********Jack Rogers a WWII vet who served stateside during the war. Rogers says he didn't do fireworks when he was a kid -- money was too scarce during the great depression and he doesn't remember the holiday during the war. He does remember after, though, family time. Now he and his son run El Cid's Tobacco located at 4401 Zenobia St. in North Denver.(EVAN SEMON/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) *********Jack Rogers

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