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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 17, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Old 6 Jake the barber9 Factor becomes . Citizen at last los Angeles apr describing himself As a the Luckiest Man alive Quot John f. Jake the Barber Factor became a United states citizen before the same judge who once tried him on an income tax charge. Factor 70, was among to persons who took the oath monday before . Dist. Judge Leon r. Yankwich. Like some of the others factors right hand trembled As the sex convict turned Philan Hawley furniture co factory sales room a l i r to h i o ? p a a i o hours s p a a mom \ s u r a for All your travel needs consult Rosasco a travel Agency. Inc. A Over 75 years of unexcelled travel services everything pertaining to travel in Bennington us our special Tolop Hono Sonvico Al no Cost to you. Ask Tho operator for enter prise 6859. Outside of Bennington Call collect to 3-3864 and to 3-3010. 90 main St. North , mass. The rapist raised it to swear his allegiance. The group was split into five units for the oath taking and Factor was treated individually. Judge Yankwich noting that the English born Factor once appeared before him As a defendant in an income tax evasion Case,1 said it gave him a great Joy that he now qualified for citizenship. Although Factor lost the tax Case some years ago judge Yankwich said he became convinced at that time the Man had rehabilitated himself from what he called the. A a delinquency of his As late As last december the immigration service attempted to Start deportation proceedings against Factor because of a six year term he served on a 1943 conviction of mail fraud. Officials dropped the action when president Kennedy gave Factor a full Pardon. Factor first made headlines in 1933 As the victim in a sensational Chicago kidnapping Case. Roger the terrible Touhy convicted As the Abductor served a Long prison term and then met death in a Gangland Type slaying soon after his release. Factor who moved to California in 1949, has since amassed a Fortune in the real estate and insurance Fields after starting on borrowed capital of $5,000. A close Friend estimates that he has Given nearly $4 million to various charities. Gallic lass linked to alleged spy new York apr Nelson c. Drummond Navy negro Yeoman being tried for espionage was pictured today As incurring the displeasure of soviet agents because of his romantic feelings about a French girl. Paul Garrity an Fri agent testified of the incident in a 90-minute, detailed recital of what Drummond 34, allegedly told him in a series of four interviews. The interviews occurred late in 1962 following Drummonds arrest last sept. 28 outside a diner in Larchmont n.y., where he was seized with classified Navy documents and in the company of soviet officials. 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Embassy in the world except perhaps in areas of Africa where things Are not too comfortable and what do you see attaches administrators Reha Bali tutors military men information specialists and men timing up Loose ends a far too Many this at least is the Way things seem to Ellis o. Briggs 63, who has set Washington Abuzz with his observations about the diplomatic missions he served for 37 years. He expressed his views in an interview and also in testimony to a Senate subcommittee on National Security staffing and operations headed by sen. Henry m. Jackson a Wash. Many embassies Briggs says could do with half or less of their staffs. In nearly every Case the people Are Loyal conscientious and hard working. A it s just that there Are far too Many of them a Briggs says. A they clutter up the Briggs added that about 30 per cent of the Over staffed embassies Are headed by political appointees As a inexperienced in diplomacy As in directing an army corps a Fleet of warships or an air Mose Cabinet departments especially defense Commerce Treasury agriculture and Justice have people in the embassies and so do other agencies a fall the Way from one end of the alphabet to the other a he said. The average . Embassy Briggs says is grossly overstaffed particularly by agencies other than the state department. State department officials shied away from any direct answer to Briggs comments. They did say foreign service personnel were not sent abroad unless it was Felt they were necessary. Briggs declined to name embassies he considers overstaffed but implied such a list would be quite Long. Africa he said has not seen the big influx of personnel because some posts Are not in comfortable climates. 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