| G5-72 144th St.
Jamaica 35, N.Y.
July 25, 1958
I am writing in behalf of a young man
and his team, who are on their way to the Kingdom of Laos. The enclosed
literature will explain more about Dr. Dooley and his plans.
What I am interested in knowing is
simply this. Last Saturday I picked up a can of Sunkist Lemonade and I
planned to write to you today and ask you how many cans came to a case
and how much you would charge for such a case. On examining the can further
this morning I notice it says to keep it under refrigeration or in a cool
place. This, of course, would be out of the question in the jungle area
that Dr. Dooley intends to work in. However, the team of four men have
a problem with the water in this area and it was though that some sort
of a lemon mixture might make it palatable.
Would you be kind enough to let me
know if you have any sort of a lemon product that could be used in connection
with this plan to make available to Dr. Dooley and his team some sort
of a lemon mixture in can form that would last in temperature that reach
as high as 109 degrees and is very humid.
If you can suggest something will you
let me have the cost per case. It would be very much appreciated if you
would quote a wholesale price as the money I am authorized to spend is
the result of monies collected from clerks in my Company who have read
about the work Dr. Dooley has done and intends to do in Laos. We hope
by supplying this little item we can in a small way make his two-year
stint in Laos just a bit easier.
As Dr. Dooley's team is on its way
and some of the crates containing equipment are still open it would be
nice to hear from you just as quickly as possible.
Thank you for any attention you give this letter.
(Miss) Teresa E. Gallg