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Nostalgic Reading

July 31, 1988

Evelyn De Wolfe's Hind Site (July 17) about Grand Central Air Terminal brought back memories. In early April of 1941, on arrival from a coal mining town in Kentucky, I entered Curtis-Wright Technical Institute, which occupied a portion of the terminal.

That year of education led to steady employment at Bell Aircraft (1942-45) and Rockwell International (nee North American Aviation, 1945-88) and retirement to one of the world's greatest places to live--the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

It's good to learn that the old terminal is being cared for.

GEORGE BILLIPS

Rolling Hills

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