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By Betty Eckgren

Ruskin Friton (the author's father) disappears from his loving relations in St. Louis, and serves within the US military less than a distinct identify in the course of international struggle I. He marries a military nurse, Margaret Kumpman, who understands him basically as Thomas Burton. Daughter Betty, who has been studying this unsolved secret for 10 years, desires aid from readers.

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