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that maybe we'd delay that, and I'd also talk about Dr.
Edmund Klein and his ointmant for skin cancer and the
possibilities of the discoveries he's made that have some
You mentioned it once in October, when I was here --
Dr. Klein came in.
Yes. well, I want to talk about it in one session.
Now, this is what I have to read, here, this.
There's one other little item that I'd like you to comment
on, if you will, if you have a moment, and that was the
-- this is a little accolade that goes along with all the
hard work, that is, on January 18 Mrs. Lasker gets an award
for “beautifying the city,” an award given at the annual
meeting of the Horticultural Society of New York. Would
you say something about that?
Oh, yes. Well, that's an organization that's full
of people that love flowers and haven't heretofore thought in
terms of doing anything on a city-wide or on a non-personal
basis, and as far as I know they have never given an aware to
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