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be glad to receive high-level conferences between heads of state in the sense that Ramouillet is used that way in France.

Q:

That was not Lady Baillie's intention, was it?

Lasker:

No, but she wouldn't have been averse to it.

Q:

But I thought it was to be for conferences but not for entirely medical conferences.

Lasker:

They don't necessarily have to be medical, but they would like to do more medical conferences.

Q:

I would think that a host of visitors would not be compatible with conferences.

Lasker:

I think the visit of the President of France to Great Britain and having conferences there would take, let's say, two days, and the number of heads of state that come are not all that nuerous to make a great problem.

Q:

There's been some publicity on Leeds Castle and the amount of money that was spent on restoration of the castle. I think Lady Baillie spent well over $2 million. . .



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