Milestones At The Opposite Ends Of Life Walter Breuning of Great Falls, Mont., turned 114 years old this week. He's earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records, a nice reminder of a long and prosperous life -- and reminder to mark the milestones of lives just getting started, like that first bike ride without training wheels.
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Milestones At The Opposite Ends Of Life

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MARY LOUISE KELLY, Host:

Meanwhile, Happy Birthday, Mr. Breuning. Hope it's the best one yet.

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