Description: Tells the story of meeting his wife who used to arrange dances for the GI’S, danced with him, promised to write, etc. Talks about how she joined the WAVES. Talks about getting a car after the war, going back to school, and holding hands with Frances between classes. Includes a remarkable story about meeting Winston Churchill after war, and experiences with Dwight Eisenhower at Columbia.
Keywords: people, gus a stavros, army, military, wife, marry marriage, waves, woman women, winston churchill, dwight ike eisenhower, dance dances, car automobile, school college university, columbia
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