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attract them that much.
So financially it wasn't a great success?
Well, it was because other people were willing to pay $100.
I think we raised about $10,000 at each reception.
That would apply on their campaigns.
Yes, for their campaigns. There was a piece about Redford
in the NEW YORK TIMES talking about him as a sex symbol, and they
said that the people came to this reception to see Robert Redford
and my Matisses. Which as you know, I don't have any, any more.
But that when Ted Kennedy, which is a symbol of sex with power, arrived
-- even Robert Redford faded out. This is the NEW YORK TIMES
Magazine Section, about two weeks ago.
On a purely social level, I went to California for two
months in the spring and had a very pleasant series of friends and
visits. I went to the opening of a new resort, built by Mr. and Mrs.
Antenor Patino --
-- the tin people --
Yes, at Las Hades in Manzanillo in Mexico. It is an
enchantingly pretty place, with very amusing fanciful white
architecture, and a large number of friends of the Patinos and
many friends of mine, and there was a spectacular two days, and
three nights, in marvelous weather. There were many very good
looking women there from Paris and from all over Europe, and
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