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But it undoubtedly will rise again.
What about your Fujitas, since you're talking about Japanese –?
– oh, I sold four of them, for huge prices. Huge prices
I got. The rest I have.
Did they come back?
They came back.
Where are they?
Here in the house.
I knew you couldn't part with all those little girls.
Well, another very pleasant occasion, very unusual, was
that I went with the Blairs to a charming dinner of about 60 people.
I went with Mr. and Mrs. Blair to the F Street Club to a party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rogers. Now, very few Congressmen or Senators
ever entertain, and -- or certainly never entertain me, and I doubt
they entertain very much. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers give a party usually
once a year, and this was their party of the year and it was charming.
Mr. Rogers gave a toast. He aid that the guests had been invited
because they were concerned for other people. Isn't that charming?
And he himself has great concern, you know, he's the chairman
of the subcommittee on health.
I know he's one of your mainstays in the House.
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