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Henry Kaiser, at his wife’s suggestion, adopted the name Kaiser Permanente. “Permanente” is Spanish for a creek that flows year-round.
The flag that flew over Hickam Field on Dec. 7, 1941, was badly damaged and is mounted with the stars in the upper right position for preservation purposes.
Bob Shane, right, with the Kingston Trio, changed his last name from Schoen because it was often misspelled.
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