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Kent April 15, 2021

Turning Back The Pages

100 years ago — April 1921

SALISBURY — H.R. Brinton has delivered a Studebaker limousine to Secretary of State D.J. Warner and a Cletrac tractor to E.A. Lucier of Norfolk.

ORE HILL — John Rowe and family have moved from Great Barrington, Mass., and are occupying one of the Salisbury Iron Corporation houses.

Gratitude for this anniversary

While many issues in this country remain in need of long-term solutions, Americans can take some solace in knowing that the Affordable Care Act, despite multiple ongoing attempts to take it down since its inception in 2010, remains in force. Its purpose was to give all across the nation who needed health care real options.

Turning Back The Pages

100 years ago — 1921

Richmond W. Landon the Olympic high jump champion, and Miss Alice H. Lord, crack swimmer of the Women’s Swimming Association of New York are engaged. They met for the first time on board the steamship Princess Matoika last July as members of America’s Olympic band of athletes bound for Antwerp.

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