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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania AMBASSADOR Bemadine Do ran exchange student in agriculture from England checks chicken and eggs at State tfriiversity ih Uni versity Park EJB Shes taking graduate work in poultry hus Shell take her degree bacte lb StokeonTrent Straf fftrdshlre England Returns To Wife After Slaying Try MIAMI Fla AP I dont know anybody in the world who would take a woman back after she paid someone to kill said the judge His words were spoken Tuesday to Beatrice1 Gurley 41 who of fered a detective to kill her Herlers FufiW In Job Doubtful By JAMES MARLOW 5 f that by Very nature Calls WASHINGTON for steady plodding not a person A Herters job Secretory of aiity display state is a position hoftor the one changehe probably will but it may became fdf him Is in running the State fore through a lonely awdipartmeut Dulles conducted pretty Indiana Evening May 86f colorless post There are several reasons for thinking so now that the ap proaching death of his predeces sor John Foster Dulles fastens attention upon the task Herter has inherited 1 He has very little time to ftl her side stood the his arm around her waisTI develop new ideas His job ends 20 months from the Eisenhower administration goes out of the Republi cans win in I960 and want to re tain him 2 No one is really expecting from him any change in American foreign policy as it was laid down and pursued by Dulles with Presi dent Eisenhowers blessing It is now longestablished and more or less accepted by American public opinion 3 The shadow of Dulles will lie across every move Herter makes It will be a yardstick for com parison between the two men It cannot help but make Herter self conscious about his own perform ance since Dulles was such a dominant figure 4 He gives no sign of having any of Dulles in stance Dulles startling phrase making which agitated both friends and apparently has very little of Dulles ego or forcefulness As an example At the foreign ministers meet ing now being held in Geneva Herters performance has been correct but because he is a quiet ikind of man he has by means dominated the conference as much a oneman operation doing most of his own thinking and handling most of the important diplomacy Herter Is expected to relymore on the men around him All attempts to predict Herters performance are off if the Soviets should create a major newcrisis between now aid the time he and the Eisenhower administration go out of office in January 1961 Then he would probably need all the forcefuiness and inventiveness he could Willard freed herDules would have done insTde and idespite her plea of guilty to charge attempted murder out His YoureMibt uneasy sleeping out whrf so far the cj j ettvnnliy o t there myfthe same house with her the judge asked Gurley Not a replied the husband Well I justHope you know what youre doing If you can sleep statements at Geneva has been therewithout right with mei fear its all Mrs Gurley deal for her husbands death with Ralph Metcalf a detective who posed as a killer for hire Gurley told the court his wife just gotimnixed Korean Shooting iShows Decrease SEOUL South Korea Army reports a in the number of shootings of Koreans trespassing on Army property There were six fatal and three noiirfatal shootings of Ko reans in 1958 In 1956 there were 40 killed and 65 injured There have been one fatal and a propaganda contest be tween the West and the already have been criticized as too prosaic and legalistic and lacking in public appeal and un derstanding The DullesEisenhower foreign policy has several basic elements Yield nothing to Soviet protesta tions of goodwill unless accom panied by performance preserve Americas system of military al liances to keep the Soviets and Chinese Communists standing still discount agreements with Moscow unless there is enforce ment that is a check system to prevent cheating This policy has become so much of American thinking that Herter even if he Wanted to could not deviate from it without subjecting himself to critical examination by Congress and the public And he shows no signs of devi ating As of now it would seem to be his task to follow that policy three nonfatal year down the line until his term or prices Argue Steel Hike Effect On Inflation i NEW YORK AP Contract negotiators in the basic steel in dustry argued in the open again Tuesday over whether wage In creases would spur inflation The two top men in the talks agreed two weeks ago to quit air ing their differences in public However they spoke at a joint news conference Tuesday in sharp disagreement about their dead lock on basic economic issues The debaters were David J McDonald president of the United Steel workers Union and R rad Cooper chief industry tiator and executive vice presi dent of the United States Steel Corp Fourman teams resume nego tiations today in an effort to pre vent a strike by SOOjOOO workers when current threeyear contracts expire June 30 The union is seekhig substantial but unspecified wage increases It also wants a cut in the 40hour work week and other benefits The 12 largest steel companies repre sented in the negotiations want a wage freeze The average basic wage is now an hour Cooper said at the news confer ence that inflation is our No 1 problem in this Offer ing figures designed to support his contention he said the best way to combat further steel price rises is to freeze wages McDonald inflation is created by the American steel in Offering his own set of statistics he pressed the unions argument that profits not wages are responsible for higher steel prices The union contends that the steel industry can pay higher productivity without raising steel shootings so far office ends Thus his job has the appearance of a holding operation said in reply that a fictitious monster Bargains Galore In Classified Ads Florsheim Features Woven Shoes for Summer Throughout the country welldressed style thats equally at hone on the men are 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