The simmering mystery over the Manhattan disappearance of Jesús de Galindez, scholar, author and bitter enemy of Dominican Dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo, boiled up suddenly last week and scalded the political future of Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., who gets $30,000 a year for representing Dictator Trujillo in New York.

Trujillo became a Roosevelt client March i, just eleven days before Galindez, a Basque-born teacher of Latin American politics at Columbia University, finished an evening class, started home, and vanished. Lawyer Roosevelt doggedly ignored the ever louder suspicion, held by the press and even the New York police, that Client Trujillo...

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