January 5, 1975
There is a blanket of snow over everything outside. It is great for making snowballs and temporary fortifications, also igloos…
Chucky is going to take the car out for a spin on the slippery highways. He is looking for a job, but the whole trouble is that the job is not looking for him. Well, maybe his luck will change.
President Ford is busy twisting the arm of congress so that he can give the taxpayer a slight reduction or rebate for money supposedly already collected.
You will remember the bookshop opposite the bank building ~ Well they are not going broke. They have plenty of possibilities selling every new writer’s reading material.
Chicago is the only hope for writers who are wearing knee pants. Located at the crossroads of the nation it is bound to be the best hope for every type of industrial complex or cultural renaissance.
Last week, I took Chucky with me to see the Museum of Science and Industry. He was very happy and he studied the magnetic generators and leverage principles that were shown.
I am looking forward to see you coming home again. Uncle Jack is in California with Aunt Libby. They are coming back this week. He has been associated with a man who has a large stock of Old Master paintings’ which he claims are revolutionary in execution and most interesting. He can probably send you on a mission to Buenos Aires, Argentina where you can help him sell the paintings. With all expenses paid by him…
I see by the papers that Nancy Kissenger has changed her hair from blonde to brunette. Arthur Rubenstein is shown in a photograph with his wife and daughter.
Nelson Rockefeller has a double who can sit in on congress for him on weary days when he should be asleep.
March 14, 1975..