CANADA: Gouzenko Case (Cont'd)

The U.S.-Canadian controversy over Igor Gouzenko subsided last week with neither side satisfied. In reply to a second U.S. request for an interview with the fugitive Soviet embassy cipher clerk (TIME, Nov. 30), Canada reluctantly agreed to let a U.S. Senate investigator question Gouzenko privately in Canada, but laid down the firm condition that no part of the testimony could be published without specific Canadian permission.

Indiana's Senator William Jenner, Internal Security Subcommittee chairman, objected to Canadian censorship of "evidence vital to the security of the United States alone" and asked the State Department to forward still another note to...

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