THE ADMINISTRATION: Man on Jupiter Island

Midway in the NATO Council meeting in Washington, the delegates stopped to send a message of friendship and sympathy to the man who seemed to personify the spirit of the week's unified stand against Communist threats: Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. But Dulles needed sympathy less last week, perhaps, than at any time since he turned into Walter Reed Hospital with a recurrence of cancer. Just 840 miles southwest of Washington, he was basking in a hot sun on plush, lush Jupiter Island, Fla., a guest in the vacation home of...

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