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My marriage was over and I was at the lawyers office on Park ave. in manhattan to start the proceedings. I filled out the usual separation papers. It was late when I took the elevator down to the ground floor. I stepped out into the street and it was getting dark. It...[more]

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I worked at the Deauville Cabana & Tennis Club on Knapp Street and Shore Parkway in Sheepshead Bay.

I remember I was playing pinball in the gameroom they had there, a game called "Hi Deal". In the game, there was a cup when you got the ball in, held the ball for a...[more]

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At the time I was working for NY Telephone on the west side of Mahattan. I left work at 5 o'clock and proceded to the 50St. station of the IND E train for my normal ride home to Queens. After pulling out of Queens Plaza and going past 36St., the train slowly came to...[more]

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1965: I was 13. My grandmother, who was blind in one eye, thought she was losing sight in the good eye because the lights began to blink before they went out and that is what happened when she lost sight in the blind eye.

1977: I was in a windowless classroom at...[more]

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in 1965 I was 5 years old and was watching the Three Stooges with my brother. At first the TV picture went out and I remember calling out to my mother. Then all of a sudden the house went dark. We turned on a portable radio and learned that it was the whole city....[more]

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