RECREATION: F. & J. at Play

RECREATION F. & J. at Play Come crisis, Congress, conference or Communism, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles tries to slip away from his job every couple of months to rest and think. And when he gets away, in thorough Thoreau-going fashion he goes very nearly to population's brink. He and his wife Janet pack a single bag, fly to Watertown, N.Y., board a twin-engined amphibious plane near Lake Ontario, and fly out to their own private Duck Island (3 sq. mi.) and their primitive three-room log cabin—bare of telephone, electricity, running...

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