On this day :
1933 FDR inaugurated, 1776 American forces occupy Dorchester Heights, 1936 Scottish racing legend Jim Clark born, 1861 Lincoln inaugurated, 1954 Dulles asks for action against communism, 1944 The head of Murder Inc is executed, 2005 Martha Stewart is released from prison, 1962 DC7 crashes in Cameroon swamp, 1789 Government under the US Constitution begins, 1995 John Candy dies, 1952 Ernest Hemingway finishes The Old Man and the Sea, 1965 Kite Runner author Khaled Hosseini is born, 1966 John Lennon sparks his first major controversy, 1868 Founder of Chisholm Trail dies, 1829 Jackson holds open house at the White House, 1952 Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis marry, 1888 Knute Rockne born, 1968 Task Force sends memo to the president, 1913 Woodrow Wilsons first inaugural address, 1941 Britain launches Operation Claymore, 1944 Eighth Air Force bombs Berlin,



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Last week, my mother was ironing my school uniform. I asked her ' Why do we have to wear the uniform to school? It would be so much fun if we could wear our new dresses to school. I would show my new jacket and jeans to my friends, Why this uniform always?!!

My mom explained to me - The uniforms are not just in schools. There are uniforms in hospitals, police, armed forces, work places and many other places. Uniform is a standard clothing for members of an organisation. They have been around since the Roman Empire.

Uniforms give us a sense of belonging to the institution. It reminds us of our commitment to the work. Uniform gives us a lot of pride and teamspirit.

When we are in a crowd or public place- the uniform makes us recognisable. In school, uniforms remove unnecessary distractions over clothes and maintains discipline.

We must always keep our uniform neat and tidy and maintain its pride.

After my mother explained this to me, I now shall always keep my uniform proper and mantain its dignity. Also, I want everybody to respect their uniform and profession.

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