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a t ' f i r m ' s Board's now the Claggett Hall followed by iuvo- (Continued on P»ge 5) U. S SERVICE NEWS Mail ill tervlce newi for thit column to U. S. NEWS, in care of THE MORNING HERALD, Ha B er»town, Ma. All article, will be published ai toon after receipt at ipace permlti. 1 For the first lime in almost two years, Sgt. Richard Saylor c,n furlough. A veteran of Pearl Harbor, Sgl. Saylor lias spent eight months on a small island, whose location can be defined ·somewhere," for obvious reasons. There he saw action--but not single woman for the entire length of time. Sgt. Saylor was one of the first local draftees, and was into the Army of the United Stales in March, 1911. Things on home front, he reports, are vastly different, rationing being hard to get used to. " He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar E. Saylor, 643 W. street. . · ·

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 28 May 1943, Fri,
  3. Page 16

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