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I gave a party for Mr. and Mrs. Sargent Shriver on the
29th of April, a large dinner, and we went to a very amusing show
called “The Same Time Next Year.” Eave you been to it?
No, I haven't seen it, but I've read about it. What are you
going to do about parties if you're devoid of a house?
Oh, I have a huge dining room almost the size of the living
room. Maybe three or four times a year I would have more than ten
people, and in the apartment there's plenty of room for that.
What about paintings?
There's plenty of room for paintings. It's quite big,
all on one floor.
There was a lovely dinner at the French Embassy in honor
of Madame Giscarde where the French ambassador and I were
very involved in trying to get the President of France
and the President of the United States to exchange letters on
cooperation in cancer research. So far we have not made it.
I'm going to work some more in Europe when I get there. It's
crazy not to cooperate. They have lots of people who are gifted
that should be on the same protocols we are -- just to save time.
This is something that has been started in terms of British
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