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April 15

   Such a busy day! Right after ten

this morning I hopped on the subway

and went into Macy's to do some Easter

shopping. En route, I phoned cuz Bill

Boley whom I hadn't seen for two

years, and renewed acquaintances. I met

him at his office in the Buchanan Advertising

Agency and then he took me out to lunch at a

darling little spaghetti house. I'm so glad I at

last took steps to see him. More shopping –

and then I met Cary at the David Miller

Theatre to see Helen Hayes in "Harriet," a

play written about Harriet Beecher Stowe, "the

little woman who caused a big war." It was

superbly done, I thought, and Helen Hayes was

excellent as always. A cocktail at Toffennetti’s

and up to the WOR offices to meet Myrtie!

Her job there seems ideal. We went back to

Toffennettis for dinner and then got lost in the

subways in Brooklyn trying to see Edith's life

as a student nurse. It seems to be a nice life!

A "super" letter came from Bill Boyd – well – good any hoo!