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great party by the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. He came home
and he does as many as 12 operations in a day. Then he went
to Boston and then Washington and the next week to Israel.
He is the most extraordinary person in balance and seemingly
calm, but he admits to sometimes having migraine headaches,
which is a sign that there's stress someplace. Isn't that
That's quite a story.
Now he tells me that she's having some kind of a celebration
in Paris, about what I don't know, but she expects me to
come on the 28th of October. Now, for him to go to Paris is
like my going down to Lord & Taylor's or Bergdorf Goodman's.
For me to go to Paris for three or four days or even a week
and come home is very fatiguing and upsetting, but I'm going to
have to do it in order to please Dr. DeBakey.
That's the story of Princess Lilianne, who is extraordinarly
beautiful and determined woman who trips herself up in some
curious way and who has never gotten any substantial money
in the United States. She did raise a few hundred thousand
dollars in Belgium, maybe half a million dollars, possibly
as much as a million, and she does have a clinic which does
function under her auspices and does see that people get
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