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the previous year were examples of something of a departure in
giving out awards, cluster awards in a given area, and you said you
weren't quite certain you wase going to pursue this trend. Have
I think I will try to pursue it. I think it's better to
give awards in a group, if you can find the proper recipients,
because I think it has more meaning to the press, and that you get
the idea of what a person's contribution is publicized better.
A much broader base, isn't it.
I think it gives it more significance, more easy to understand,
don't you think so? Do you agree?
I do, very much so. I was wondering if you'd made a definite decision
in the area.
Well, it depends on what there is that's right to give
an award to.
Yes, the subject.
Well, in the field of high blood pressure, the Citizens
Committee for Dealing with High Blood Pressure has a number
of outstanding spon sors -- Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, George Meany,
John Gardner, Michael de Bakey. We spent a long time trying to get
a chairman to raise money and to inform heads of industry
and of state, leaders of state, and urge them to -- the citizens
of state and the employees of all big industries.
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