THE CABINET: Snoop, Look & Listen

The evening that a Federal Grand Jury in Manhattan indicted 18 persons for spying on the U. S. military defense machine, and pitted the U. S. Department of Justice against the German Government, their employer (TIME, June 27), a lean, sparse-haired man with steel-drill eyes and a steel-trap chin flung himself on a Manhattan hotel bed, exhausted. He was Leon G. Turrou, G-Man. He had been working on the spy case 16½ hours a day for 14 weeks. He had not seen his family for four months. His doctor had told him he...

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