People: Jun. 2, 1961

Baggy-eyed from a whirl of trips to Bangkok, New Delhi, Ankara, Oslo and Geneva, Secretary of State Dean Rusk turned up at the dedication of the John Foster Dulles Memorial Library and Research Center at the headquarters of the National Council of Churches in Manhattan, recalled with wonder the unflagging energy of his late predecessor. Said Rusk, a State Department sub-Cabinet officer when Dulles negotiated the Japanese Peace Treaty in 1951: "We assigned staff officers to him in rotation because single officers couldn't keep up.''

Discussing nuclear '"deterrents" with a Yale group in New Haven, Conn., British Biologist Sir Julian Huxley said:...

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