In response to my post last night:e
The first three of the four issues of EROS that were published in 1962 list my mother as chief bookkeeper. When the Government began bringing obscenity charges against the publisher, my mother got herself out of there .
'In 1977 I lived in Queens and received two job offers when I finished my MBA: $15,000 from Izod-Lacoste, a division of General Mills in the garment center in Manhattan and $17,000 from Amerada Hess in Edison NJ... I worked at Izod for eight years.
(I hope my 1982 girlfriend (who is now my wife) does not read OS).
Im 1982 my mother died when I was on my third annual trip to Minneapolis and the CFO did send someone to buy a card. Fortunately a girl in the tax department, with whom I shared some intimacy in an earlier trip, was aware of my religion and tipped off the woman who was given the job of buying a card for me. It did keep Mary out of an embarassing situation because she had no idea of my background.