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That's my intention.
Then to go back to the other style of awards next year, or
possibly give an award to people in the heart field if there's something
special happening, which I think there will be in the field of atropine.
Then I hope that they'll go on, because both my sister and I
think my nephew and his wife are interested, and I think my grand --
step grandchildren -- are interested, moderately. I hope it will go on as
long as I live, and probably that the Foundation which will have some
money will be perpetuated.
It has such a unique position in the field of American medicine,
it seems to me a terribly important thing to go on.
I was going to say that this year the Kennedy Center, which I
worked on so long, --
Now we're going to talk about the Kennedy Center for the Performing
Arts in Washington.
It opened. We had a glorious and gala preview in May which was
very beautiful and very well done, thanks to Mrs. Blair and Mr. Balir,
and then this fall it opened officially. I wasn't here for the official
I have a picture of you at the preview.
Oh yes, you and Mrs. Rose Kennedy and the Blairs. Not a very good
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