A LITTLE BIT OF THINKING ABOUT MY PAST yesterday, I wrote a c heck for $90 to pay fpr my 2020 dues. It is not due until October, but I wanted to get it out of the way. By the way, this will be my 56th year of NAWCC membership. It makes me wonder has anyone been a member longer than I. In less than four months I'll be celebrating my 104th year of life. Do we have any older members? It's no fun at my age being tied to a wheel chair to get around the living quarters. I have not been to the ground floor in over two years and it pains me to think what will become of stuff I have accumulated all these bygone years; some are still worth quite a few bucks and would make any watch collector happy to possess. For sometime I have been itching to write how my life was ordained when we moved from Fairmount Avenue to Columbia Avenue...it would really make a good movie if all that happened from age 8 to 104 was incorporaated in the story. My lack of schooling, how I got connected to the Graphic Arts, my two marriges; one bigamous, meeting Evelyn and 39 years of happy marriage and how a picture of a bracket clock got me into all my years in the NAWCC and the host of people that became my friends and my watch discoveries. I will name only one...the only watch that came from E. Howard and had no engraving on its plates.