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She seemed to radiate a certain amount of joy over a life
that was complete and so forth.
Yes. She's been wonderful since. But I didn't feel that
at all. I feel that this was a failure of our knowledge and maybe
a failure of the doctors. I spent some time with a group of friends
the night before the funeral at Blair House.
Is that where she stayed?
Yes, and the Kume and Clark Clifford
and Liz Carpenter, they were all there and Tommy Corcoran, and I
sent to the church and sat next to forever Chief Justice and
Mrs. Warren, and next to Dean Rusk, in the midst of that terrific
layer of television lights. I was the only person with dark glasseon.
Unbelievable. morever Watson was very touching and sincered in his
feelings and I though it was wonderful to have --
-- she gave it some sort of inspirational lift too.
Yes. Well, I think that she is a wonderful person and that
she did, she did --
-- meant Leontyne Price by singing, gave it --
-- yes, she did. I think she did. I think both of them did,
Mrs. Johnson and Leontyne Price. But I feel terribly because I feel
that he didn't get the benefits of the research that he helped to support.
I got him to go see Mike DEBakey, but Mike DeBakey sent him a report
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