Edith Roller – August 24, 1976 – Tuesday

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Dor phones that her arm was still giving her trouble and she wouldn’t be in.

I checked the print-out of the Galbraith contract and had a few errors that had been overlooked.  Delivered it to him for further checking.

Got Eddie on telephone to her I safely arrived.  Told her about my return trip.  Told her I had had the most enjoyable vacation of my life, which pleased her.

Marquita had gone to ATS class.

Ate my lunch at my desk.

Saw a film in the employee series, “Isles of Paradise,” which had been advertised as showing life in the South Sea Islands.  However, it was a mere 20 minutes showing of exhibits in a Hawaiian [Polynesian Center]  constructed and made by the Mormon church to display Polynesian cultures.  I heard complaints about the artificial character of the piece.

I went in the bank today with last week’s check and got cash.  The weather was pleasant.

In the afternoon I made corrections in the Galbraith contract and ran off the corrected pages and Marquita did the same on Becnal’s contract.  She had some difficulty with some of the changes but I let her experiment until she asked for help.

I got home in good time.


After 6.00 meditation I went to get my plant from Magnolia.  Christians were not there and on my inquiry, Magnolia told me they had moved.  From her way of speaking it seemed to me there may have been a disagreement.  Magnolia gave me very little news of the Temple, perhaps because she wanted to get some sleep before going to work.  She had been conducting a porch sale of her surplus belongings.

I prepared dinner, ate and washed dishes.

Typed in my journal from 9.00 to 11.00, doing 4 pages.  On the last page the machine was very slow in returning the carriage and I was afraid that something was wrong with the motor.

I read newspapers for an hour.

Went to bed at 1.00.