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[[image - NAA logo]] NATIONAL AERONAUTIC ASSOCIATION SUITE 430 • 821 15TH ST.,N.W. • WASHINGTON,D.C. 2005 AREA CODE 202 347-2808 • CABLE-NATERO UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE FEDERATION AERONAUTIQUE INTERNATIONALE OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR May 1, 1979 Mrs. Hattie Meyers Junkin 3361 Chamblee Tucker Road Apt. 6 Atlanta, Georgia 30341 Dear Hattie: You are an absolute delight. I read the material you sent April 26, 1979. The copy of your letter to Mr. Morris reveals an indomitable spirit joyfully attached to an inquisitive mind. That combination helps make a person a leader. I believe you were years ahead of your time in being aware of the unused potential of women. Such foresight and the acceptance of responsibility it engenders can often lead to frustration. I'll bet I'm not too far off in saying that you surely must have had more than your share in attempting to communicate the positive feelings of achievement and joy that comes from flight. The need to share those thoughts can be immense. I am glad to see the problems didn't wear you down. I appreciate the opportunity to review the other material. I will contact Mr. Casey at NASM to determine what his plans are regarding the material you have available. Many thanks for your expression of thoughtfulness regarding me leaving NAA Sincerely, Vic Powell VIC POWELL
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