send a hundred to Algiers. Thought that would at least give you a notion of where I might be. It was sent about 5:30 P.M. At that time it's 11:30 A.M. in New City. You should get it today, may have it by dinner time, any way. Tomorrow I'm to have breakfast with Wyler--he's to spill to me all he thinks about the air force--he's made two sweeps over Germany or France lately--and I'm to write a continuity for his picture. I'll work all afternoon--and get it done, for I'll have no more time.
Dear--I've decided to put stamps on this and send it off air mail--and get off a shorter one before I leave Tuesday. Today I'm working all day with Wyler on his film, writing the continuity, taking notes and seeing pictures of flights. Have been with him all morning and will see a film with him in a few minutes.
I'm waiting here now for Willie to call and we'll go over to the studio together--we're looking at a lot of film of operational flights--wonderful things; I've seen some.
I love you, sweet. Thank you for dear letters I've got--and the others that haven't come yet. We'll compare notes when we get together. Kiss Hesper for me. --There's Willie's ring--Goodbye, darling--