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Versailles, the previous fall, and you said you were going to
get busy on a possible second one. Have you done anything about it?
Well, yes, we talked about that at Las Hada, and the
ideas of Mr. Vander Kamp and Barou DeRede were that it wouldn't be
wise to try to do another one this year, but it should be something
that might happen every two years. So that, there's nothing
being done about it now.
I see. Then Idid want to ask you about Mr. Leonard Goldenson
and the project for applying lessons learned by the space program.
Yes. Well, we did get a new amendment to the rehabilitation
act, which increased money for research for methods of
rehabilitation by about five million dollars. We still have to get
the money from the HEW subcommittee. But we hope next year to get
a whole new bill, in which what is to be done will be much more
spelled out in more detail. There was a -- the people that heard
the testimony. Brademas said he thought it was the best
testimony he'd ever heard in his life.
Brademas, and he's interested?
Oh yes, he's very interested.
There is I take it a great deal that can be applied?
There is quite a lot of it. The question of how costly it
will be -- because some of the things are very expensive to apply --
if you don't need them for hundreds of thousands of people, if you only
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