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Over 4 mil lion Readers Nationwid e May 13, 2013 Volume 1 • Issue #36 Published by Professional Print Management • Serving Northeast South Dakota & West Central Minnesota • Advertising Information 605-541-0110 •

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that was 12 feet wide and more than 3 miles long. When completed, the painting was mounted on two upright revolving cylinders and displayed for the paying public throughout the U.S. and Europe, earning him $200,000 along the way.

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• It was French Enlightenment author Voltaire who made the following sage observation: “Judge a • In the 1960s, the miniskirt was still controversial. Both the Vatican City and Disneyland refused enman by his questions rather than his answers.” trance to women wearing the short skirts. • If you’re like the average American, you laugh 15 • If you’re a fan of the TV series “Dr. Who,” you times every day. probably know that the title character, a Time Lord • Have you ever heard of an artist by the name of from the planet Gallifrey, has two hearts. This may John Banvard? You’re to be forgiven if the name is seem like science fiction (and, of course, it is), but unfamiliar; few people these days remember him. it’s not unknown for a human to be born with two In the mid-19th century, though, he was something hearts. One such example was Giuseppe de Mai, of a phenomenon. In 1840, the then-25-year-old born in Italy in the 19th century. The condition man set off on a skiff down the Mississippi River. is rare, though; so rare, in fact, that the London He spent more than a year on the river, sketching Academy of Medicine offered de Mai $15,000 steadily along the way. After he completed the under the condition that it receive his body after voyage, he spent another five years painting his his death. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. “Panorama of the Mississippi,” an ambitious work

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To Place Your One FREE Private Party Ad Ad Go to Click on FREE4SALE link. (ONE ITEM, PLEASE - NON-COMMERCIAL) FOR SALE: CLUB CAR/GOLF CAR; LIKE NEW, ALUMINUM RIMS; USED VERY LITTLE, ASKING $4900, OBO; CALL: 320-808-3428 FOR SALE: Combination storm door like new. Also Main Door. Call 605432-6218. For Sale: Burgundy color Lift Chair, used only 4 months. Perfect condition. Call 605-882-2253 for particulars For Sale: 1966 Buick Skylark Gran Sport, $7,500. Call (605) 886-0255 evenings. For Sale: Barrett Brake Drum Lathe. Handles 16.5” Drums. $125.00. Call 320-769-4337. Dave. For Sale: Microwave Cart. Good Condition. $20.00. Please call 605254-3979. For Sale: Sofa in good condition, floral pattern, soft blue/green/mauve. call 605-862-6003. Allis Chalmers WD tractor with Du-All loader. Snow chains, new PTO pump, new hydraulic hoses. $2250. Runs good. 605-793-3842.


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Duplex in Ortonville Mn, Two 2 bedrooms up and walk out basement. Garage for each unit.. $99,000.00. 605-467-9531 FOR SALE: Vibra Body Slimmer $800, Nordic Trac Bike $300 and The Wave $50 OBO’s 605-880-5069 FOR SALE: Poly Dome Nursery Calf Huts. $150.00 (O.B.O.) Call 605ź983ź3903 & Please Leave A Message. FOR SALE: 325 Gallon Pick Up Poly Tank. $150.00. Call 605ź983ź3903 & Please Leave A Message. FOR SALE: Ladies Square Dance Clothes Size 12-14. Skirts, Blouses & Can-Cans. Also a pair of White Western Boots Size 7. Call 605ź878ź0210.

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Looking For 4 kitchen chairs with rollers FOR SALE: Paper Shreader, old typewriter, fax machine. Make offer. 605- and arms. Must have good fabric. 320839-3666. 874-2422.

FOR SALE: 1980 Gleaner F-2 Combine, FOR SALE: Antique Dayton Hobart grocery store type scale. Up to 24#’s. 4-row, 30” corn head. $4,000 or best Call 1-605-949-4009.. offer. Pickup head also available. Call FOR SALE WITH OPTIONS: 5 Bdrm 605-924-0467. For Sale: Trane Gas House Furnace. House Located In Wheaton, MN. Call Metal Cutting Band Saw 1Horizontal/ Will Guarantee working condition. $300 320ź760ź4467 for more details. or best offer. Watertown, SD (605) vertical capacity on stand. Used little. 753-5313. 2 extra blades. $200. 605-467-0889. FOR SALE: 1991 Ford LTD Crown Milbank. Victoria. 302 V8, RWD, 4 Dr. Madison, New Hub City over running 1000 to 540 Minn. 605-430-6695. Southern Black Hills building lot for pto coupling part #0331-00012. Quick For sale.2008 Harley Davision Sporter. sale. 2 miles from Wind Cave. Bordered realease up to 125 hp.200.00 asking by Black Hills National Forest. South of 125.00 obo. 492-3337 2700 miles. 605-880-3287 Custer $60,000. 605-881-4078. For sale -Tony Little’s Gazelle Edge Earthquake front tine rototiller with five horse Briggs & Strattion engine always Wanted to buy fixer upper snowmobile. Exercise machine $75.00 obo Phone605-432-5723 Will consider any age and condition. stored inside. Asking $125. new price Needs to have most of the parts. 605$320 FOR SALE: 1993 GMC Suburban 4X4, 881-1498. 350 V8, $1,695 OBO. 320-325-5989. 2003 Yamaha 1100 V-Star, very low mileage, extras. $3000 Call for more info. Perfect graduation gift! 2004 Mustang, 1998 Suburban 4X4 454-V-8, $1,200 OBO, needs tranny work. Clinton, MN V6, 5 Speed, gets over 25 mpg, 54k 605-590-0759 miles, Excellent. 605-201-8897 2010 Chevy Silverado. 37,500 miles, For Sale: Pair of Hearing Aids. “Miracle V6, 2 wheel drive, $13,600 OBO. New MUST SELL 1995 Toyota 4runner Ear” digital. Will be 3 years old in May. Snow Tires. 605-862-6004 172,000 miles,leather int. power 320-226-4291. windows,moon roof newer clutch,new water pump radiator timing belt good tires 1947 M JD Tractor with hydraulic 2 pt w/ For Sale: Chevy Corvair engine. early 5ft digger and 2 btm plow. Make Offer. 3000 obo. 605-690-0314. 60’s. 1961 to 1964. 320-839-3332. New paint and tires. 320-394-2348. Wanted: 600-16 front tractor tire (needs For Sale: 100 used cement blocks. New FOR SALE: 2001 Dodge Ram 1500, Effington, SD. Please call 605-637-5458. to have three ribs) Call 605-432-6218 WANTED: Fuller Brush Mop w/a string 5.9L, many extras, very clean. 186K miles. 605-881-4232. Call anytime. sponge mophead. FOR SALE: ladder rack that fits any full size van and size 13, 14, 15, 16 car and Want to buy: 500 Gallon Propane Tank. New - 200 Feet 1” Rope (coiled). truck tires ... items located in Watertown. 605-486-4430. Selling for $100. New price was $238. 605-690-6125. Can deliver to Watertown. 605-690-8381 Bruce. FOR SALE: Large 36 inch exhaust 70’s Chevy Custom, short box, lowered fan suitabable for barns, machine or ... has bad motor ... call for more details. mechanic work building. 605-938-4748. Roping Saddle, 17 inch. $500. Can 605-881-8064. email photo of the saddle upon request. 605-627-5466 Bruce. Wanted To Buy: 30# or 40# propane For Sale: Conn Organ in very good cylinder. 605-874-2478 condition that features multiple keys Office Desk 30” x 60” five drawers with for added instuments while playing on 1 file drawer. Oak laminated. Sturdy and Wanted 1949 and 1956 high school keyboard. Includes a bench for book year books. Tintah, Minnesota. Call very heavy. $25. 605-690-3833 Bruce. storage. Looking for reasonable offer (320) 413-0083 605-795-2471. Wanted: 1960-66 Chevrolet pickups FOR SALE: 1981 Gleaner F@ Combine, for parts or to restore. Also, 1937-47 Want to buy a used tread mill that is in 2120 Engine hours, 1450 Separator Plymouth adn Dodge pickups or trucks. very good working condition. Please call hours, 15 ft Flex Head. $4,000 or best Ken 320-226-1314. or text: 605-695-6307. offer. Call (320) 568-2404 For sale: An upholstered swivel rocking Salad Master cookware set only one For Sale Round oak pedestal table, large chair in excellent condition. Phone: 605frying pan used once. Cleaner cookbook leaf with 3 oak carved back, arm chairs. 486-4430 included In original box. call 605-881$300.00 OBO (320) 265-6950 2705. $1500.00 or best offer. 12 ft. Outdoor Movie Theater Blow-up Screen with Blower. (ALL NEW) For use WEIGHT MACHINE for sale - $175. 2003 Chevy TrailBlazer. 102,000 miles Hoist Fitness System - Prime 8A. 12 with your projector. MAKE OFFER. (605) roughly on the vehicle. 4.2L inline 6cyl 4x4 exercises in 12 minutes for the Prime 878-0544 Watertown, SD. and dark blue. Call for price and any other 8 muscle groups. Watertown, SD 605Marco Polo Apartment size piano with questions. If no answer lessage message 753-3228 bench. 66 keys, very good condition. or text. The number is 605-651-5393. For Sale: Meyer 8’ snowplow with hoist Call 320-839-6165. and light bar, stored inside, not used past 3 years, good condition. Goodwin, SD FOR SALE or TRADE: 1980 E-150 Ford Van. 300, 6 cyl., New 4-speed (605) 795-3520 overdrive transmission, excellent chrome bumpers and glass. Call anytime. FOR SALE: 2009 Chevy Impala LT. Watertown 605-882-2015 Leather Heated Front Seats, Power Sunroof. 61,500 miles. 11,000 on new FOR SALE: 1994 Lumina Van, 3.8 tires. Excellent. Call 605-932-3744 V6, Air, Teal Green, Many new parts, after �5:00 pm. $10,750 firm. 165,000. $1200. Madison, MN 320226-3626. FOR SALE: 2000 Honda Shadow motorcycle, silver/black color, windshield, low miles, excellent condition, new tires. FOR SALE: 2008 50cc Lifan Mini-bike. 3-speed centrifugal clutch. 100 actual Asking $1800. Call 868-2699. miles. $550. Excellent condition. Call Selling baseball and football cards and 605-868-4922. memorobilia. Includes cards, small sets, FOR SALE: Adjustable four bow bimimi and sports collectibles from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s. Asking $650 OBO. 605- top 54 inches high 82 to 94 inches beam width. $150 new cost was $390. 605 886-3422 862 7977. FOR SALE: HP Officejet All-in-one phone, fax & copier. Call 1-605-9494009.

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Spring Means Animals On The Road Each year, there are more than a million auto accidents involving animals, accounting for an estimated 10,000 injuries and 150 deaths each year. The average amount of property damage caused by animal collisions is $2,500 per accident. Where you live determines which animals you might encounter. Animals like deer, moose, elk, horse and cows often wander onto highways or roads. The most important thing a driver can do to stay safe is

to be alert. Reducing your speed is key to avoiding an animal-related accident. The more time you have to react, the better chance you will have of avoiding an accident. In areas animals are known to habitat, get into the habit of scanning the roadway. Use your high beams whenever possible. This will help you see the animals’ eyes reflected in the light.

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Kid-Tough Baseboards Q: For a recent do-it-yourself project, I replaced the baseboard along two walls of the kids’ playroom with a length of two-by-four wood. The kids tend to ram their toys into the base of the wall and this dented and marred the original baseboard By Samantha Mazzotta and even damaged the drywall behind it. I removed the original baseboard. I also patched the damaged sections of drywall by cutting them away and replacing with new pieces of drywall held in place with wooden strips behind the drywall. This also helped to reinforce the base of the wall. Next, at my home-improvement store, I had two pieces of 2-by-4 cut to the length of each wall’s base. I left a quarter-inch off each end because I decided to leave the baseboard in place on the other walls. There was one error here: I had to re-cut one piece of wood because I forgot the two pieces would intersect at one corner. But it was not too difficult to saw off a couple of inches from one end. I attached the new “bumper boards” to the wall studs. To make it easier, I located and marked the studs first, then pre-drilled the boards. Once the boards were in place, I attached them to the studs using 4-inch wood screws, countersunk the screw heads slightly and covered with wood putty to hide them from the kids. Finally, I painted the new boards. The plain wood tended to soak up paint, so I had to put on two coats of primer first. Then I painted them with a “kid-resistant” paint (available at any paint store) with an eggshell finish that is easier to wipe clean. Once the kids are grown, I will likely replace the bumper boards with regular baseboard. You can save the old baseboard, but mine is too damaged, so I plan to scrap it and start fresh. Hope your readers can benefit from my experience! -- Sam G., Baltimore A: That sounds like a great fix for the playroom. Thanks for sharing! Readers, to remove baseboard without damaging the drywall beneath or marring the paint, first run a box cutter or a small putty knife along the top of the baseboard to separate paint, glue or other material from the wall. Next, using a nail set (or a sturdy nail) and a hammer, locate the larger anchoring nails along the baseboard, place the nail set against the nail head, and hammer a few times. This will push the baseboard back slightly, creating a gap. Use a small prybar to pull the board away from the wall. To protect the wall, hold a piece of scrap wood against the wall and lean the prybar against it. Once the baseboard pulls away, you can either remove the finishing nails from the drywall or pound them in, so they don’t stick out. Before storing or tossing the old baseboard, remove nails from it or hammer them to the side to keep others from getting injured. HOME TIP: Rub beeswax or bar soap onto the threads of a wood screw, and it will be easier to screw into solid wood boards or studs. Send your questions or home tips to My new e-book, “101 Best Home Tips,” is available to download on Amazon Kindle! Pick it up it today for just 99 cents.


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Bourne Identity” gripped a wide readership. As a critic for The Washington Post noted about one Ludlum novel: “It’s a lousy book. So I stayed up until 3 a.m. to finish it.”

including nine police officers.

• On May 20, 1956, the United States conducts the first airborne test of an improved hydrogen bomb, dropping it from a plane • On May 23, 1934, notorious criminals Bonnie Parker and Clyde over the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. Observers said that Barrow are shot to death by Texas and Louisiana state police the fireball caused by the explosion measured at least 4 miles in • On May 24, 1844, in a demonstration witnessed by members while driving a stolen car near Sailes, La. All told, the Barrow diameter and was brighter than the light from 500 suns. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. of Congress, American inventor Samuel F.B. Morse dispatches Gang was believed responsible for the deaths of 13 people, a telegraph message from the U.S. Capitol to a railroad station in Baltimore. The message -- “What Hath God Wrought?” -- was telegraphed back to the Capitol a moment later. • On May 22, 1859, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of master sleuth Sherlock Holmes, is born in Scotland. His first Sherlock Holmes story, “A Study in Scarlet,” was published in Beeton’s Christmas Annual in 1887. • On May 25, 1927, Robert Ludlum, author of 25 thrillers, is born in New York City. Although he never earned a reputation as a masterful prose stylist, his suspenseful stories such as “The

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Keep in mind that many species of animals travel in groups. When you see one deer bounding across the road, chances are there will be several more following. Be extra cautious when driving near farms, wooded areas, open fields and water. Many times you will see signs advising you of the animals known to cross the road in that area. Take these signs seriously. Make yourself known. Use your horn to warn the animal of your presence. Honking your horn is the most effective way to get the animal’s attention. If are in a situ-






ation where an accident with an animal is inevitable, don’t swerve. Swerving to avoid an animal can cause more damage and injury than hitting the animal. Apply the brakes hard, honk your horn and try to maintain control of your vehicle. If there are vehicles behind you, pump your brakes and sound your horn. As with anytime you get into a vehicle, be sure to use your seatbelt. If you do have a collision with an animal, stay in your vehicle, as getting out increases your chances of being hit by another vehicle. Report the incident to the police immediately. Animals don’t get issued driver’s licenses, but they do share the road with you. Drive defensively, stay alert and be safe.

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Graduation Guide Watertown High School May 26 - 2:00 PM - Arena Milbank High School May 19 - 2:00 PM - Milbank High School CGB High School June 2 - 1:30 PM CGB High School Gymnasium Ortonville High School May 26 - 2:00 PM Ortonville High School Gymnasium Sisseton High School May 26 - 2:00 PM - Sisseton High School

Dylan Amdahl Alexis Anderson Brandi Barondeau Erin Benson Joshua Block Curt Boeke Jacob Brandt Andrew Buchholtz Joseph Buchholtz Justin Cassels Trevor Cassels Ryan Damm Heather Dearing Haley Donahue Lucas Eide Erin Engelkes Danielle Esche Wyatt Feten Bradley Fieber Jenna Freese Tiara Gibson Sawyer Giese William Greber Dylan Hanten Martha Hartway Paige Heiberger Nicholas Jones Thatcher Koenecke Keith Konold Brent Krause Thad Krause Ashley Miller Tanner Nielsen Myles Petersen Andrew Puetz Ashley Roberts Bryce Schafer Gage Schake Alex Stein Rebecca Sween Lincoln Swenson Kylie TeKrony Rachel Thiewes Zachary Toben Dannika Vande Brake Carrie Volzke Erik Wallert Samantha Wiekamp Mikayla Zubke

Clark High School May 18 - 4:00 PM Clark High School Gymnasium

Grant-Deuel High School May 19 - 2:00PM Grant-Deuel High School Gymnasium

Willow Lake High School May 19 - 2:00 PM Willow Lake School Gymnasium

Waverly-South Shore High School May 18 - 1:30 PM - Waverly-South Shore High School Gymnasium

Estelline High School May 11 - 1:30 PM - Estelline High School

Webster High School May 19 - 2:00 PM - Webster Armory

Castlewood High School May 18 - 1:00 PM Castlewood High School

Waubay High School May 19 - 1:30 PM Waubay High School Gymnasium

Deuel High School May 18 - 1:30 PM Deuel High School Gymnasium

Wilmot High School May 19 - 2:00 PM - Wilmot Gymnasium

Deubrook High School May 19 - 1:00 PM Deubrook High School Gymnasium

Lac Qui Parle Valley High School May 26 - 2:00 PM Lac Qui Valley High School Gymnasium



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Vietnam War Scrip

Q: My dad was in the Vietnam War, and I have a $5 Military Payment Certificate from 1961. I have been offered $50 for it. -- Bob, East St. Louis, Mo. A: According to "Vietnam War Collectibles" by David Doyle, U.S. personnel in Vietnam were not paid in cash, but rather in scrip known as Military Payment Certificates (MPC). This was done in an effort to curb black-market activities. When leaving Vietnam, troops could exchange pay certificates for regular U.S. currency. Doyle values your $5 MPC at $125. Of special interest to collectors are those numbered 591, 611, 641, 651, 661, 681, 691, 692 and 701. Beware of reproductions, because some have popped up, especially at military shows. ••• Q: I have collected Fenton Glass for several decades, and now find I have gathered more than 300 pieces. About a third of my collection is "Carnival Glass" from the 1920s and '30s, which I found at local estate sales and flea markets. Since I am thinking of downsizing, I wonder what would be the best way to liquidate my collection for the best price. -- Kathryn, Spring Branch, Texas A: Since there are dozens of antiques dealers in both Dallas and Houston, I would begin by seeing if there is any interest in

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your immediate area. Most dealers are helpful and can advise you. Consider investing in a good price guide to help determine values. I especially like "Fenton Glass Identification and Price Guide" by Mark Moran and published by Krause. You also might consider eBay, since that will provide you with an international marketplace. Although it takes time and effort to photo, post and process items on eBay, it should allow you to get the maximum amount for your Fenton pieces. I monitored eBay for several days, and the activity for Fenton appears to be brisk. ••• Q: I have my first-grade reader from the 1940s, "Fun with Dick and Jane." I wonder if it has value. -- Barbara, Ramona, Calif. A: Oh, Oh, Oh, see Barbara smile when I tell her that the reader is quite collectible and probably worth about $50. Condition is always important, and if there are torn pages or pencil or crayon marks, it certainly will be less. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Puzzle Answe

Congrats to the Milbank High School Class of 2013!

Justin Ackerman Devin Anderson Devin Bagaus Sierra Baumgart Austin Berens Pattie Berkner Christopher Block Taylor Boerger Dustin Bohn Natasha Borah Alicia Bublitz Andrew Buchele Brandi Buescher Rachel DeBoer Ana De La Rosa Jessica Dornbusch Jeremy Fairchild Brandon Folk

Spencer Folk Benjamin Forrette Allison Fritz Lindsey Ganske Abigail Gatz Steven Grabow Tyler Hackwith Daria Halajian Ryan Hepper Alexis Hilbrands Rachel Johannsen Katelyn Jurgens Wyatt Kurtz Alex Liebe Isaac Lindquist Katelyn Loutsch Allwin McDonald Seth McDonald

Tucker McKernan Ethan Mielitz Brittany Moser Seth Mueller Bailey Niedert Carmaleita Ortega Emily Pauli Megan Peiker Brandon Peschong Lexy Pillatzki Monica Pillatzki Cori Redmond Tori Remington Rachel Richardt Robert Rushing Kara Schell Megan Schliesman Rebecca Schrupp

Jeremy Schuelke Tayla Schulte Austin Schultz Bailey Slaby Kendra Snaza Audrey Souza Zachary Spanton Joshua Spors Nathaniel Steinlicht Amanda Stone Ashley Thomson Courtney Trapp Christopher Walters Dezmond Ward Taylor Welberg Tory Wollschlager Nicholas Wright

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Captain Leigh H. Werring July 31, 1915 - April 2, 1944

been considered critical and the news of his death on Monday, April 2, came as a shock to his family and friends. Funeral services were conducted on Monday, April 9, in Minneapolis at Welander-Quist Funeral Chapel with Rev. John S. Higgins officiating. Burial was in the Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Gail (Meininger), of Montevideo; his parents; and sisters, Nell Gulick, Lois Abbott, Eileen Brickson and Betty Brown.

Leigh H. Werring, was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Werring in Appleton on July 31, 1915. He was a graduate of Appleton High School and the University of Minnesota and attended law school. He was a member of the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity. He entered military service in February, 1942, and graduated from Officers Candidate School in August, 1942, and was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant. Werring Avenue is located on the north side of Leigh was first sent overseas in October, 1942, to the Pacific was theatre where he served in a Appleton along Mill Pond, between Wagner and communications section. He was seriously wounded Wilkening Avenues. in action in the Solomons campaign in September, 1943, He was hospitalized for three months in New Appleton, Minnesota is the only city in the world to have all of its Zealand and returned to this country for further streets and avenues named after its fallen veterans. treatment, arriving in Minneapolis on Christmas Day, With the help of Appleton businesses and referencing the book Home of Honored Veterans, Tidbits of the 1943. Lake Area would like to introduce you Following a period of recovery, he was returned to one of these Honored Soldiers each week. to duty and was assigned to training duties at Camp Wolters, Texas, as commander of Company C, Appleton, Minnesota 52nd Infantry Training Battalion in March 1944. He Learn more at... entered the hospital at Camp Wolters on March 19, for treatment of toxic hepatitis. His illness had not

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