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to Paula. Ask Paula if she's got it.
(pause in recording)
She says she can't do anything further until. . . when? After the
Fall is coming on. . .after the election. Then until after
Christmas because then we're on to Christmas. So we'll see what
happens after Christmas. I should call her up.
Oh, I'm sure you're not going to stop.
It would inspire people that she was interested and she
might interest her husband and he might not be so tough about the
Oh, I'm sure that it would have repercussions, especially if
she really has some. . .
Three of her great friends have cancer -- Mr. Bloomingdale
and Mr. and Mrs. Rather.
Well, and she has, as you say, a medical background, and so she
can have some appreciation of the value of this sort of thing. I
think that's a very promising contact. How did it develop? Was
it from that dinner you went to last year, the Sadat dinner?
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