The Times, San Mateo, California, Friday, July 23, 1943, p. 3.
lids or the nine to 11. SI. MORE ABOUT-News ABOUT-News Behind News (Continued from Paje 1) - ings at which FBI men testified secretly. They disclosed that J. Edgar has played a comparatively small part in curbing agitators disturbers. That problem, however, does not fall within the Georgian's jurisdiction. Bob's sleuths discovered that the boss G-man runs his office as a "little Caesar," According to a preliminary report, "his personnel practices are too stringent and savor of dictatorship. Overtime in FBI just means nothing. In fact, Mr. Hoover gives the impression his deputies and clerical help that they s"hould ieel honored in being part of his organization." Most sensational example of discrimination discrimination against a subordinate was his treatment of Melvin Purvis, Purvis, who arranged for the slaying of John Dillinger after being tipped off to the gangster's rooming place and movements by an East cop. Mr. Purvis reaped so much! publicity from his feat that YT Â· _ 1 _ _ _ T . T V .PallYI JIVPrmfl. W . Hoover grew jealous and made life miserable. Melvin stood the hazing afrlong as he could and then resigned. is now a key man in the office Provost Marshal Allen W." Guillion. Being a loyal, fellow, he will not discuss his difficulties with his old chief--that is, not for publication.