Letters, may 18, 1959

The New Secretary

Sir:

Your April 27 article on Mr. Herter was a genuine tribute, as well it should be. My hope is that Mr. Herter's appointment reflects the U.S.'s maturing judgment in the type of individuals it selects to conduct and carry out governmental affairs. It will be to our credit to have more appointees with some of Mr. Herter's attributes such as "undeviating interest in the arts" and "unflagging courtesy and willingness to listen. . ."

ROSARIO QUATROCHI Park Forest, Ill.

Sir:

The appointment of Mr. Herter as Secretary of State is the logical path that we might expect our present, incompetent Administration to...

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