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i A-ID-INDEPENDENT lM iMdl CM, Mm, He. 1M 1 Weighs Action on Unregistered Reds A sfc WASHINGTON (UP!) The government ja weighing possible legal moves agrfinst the U.S. Communist Party Which has vowed defiance of an order-requiring' it to register as an arm Qf. the Soviet Union by midnight Monday. Atty.
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy disclosed Saturday that the Justice Department had ment could seek Indictment against the pajly itself this week by presenting evidence fo a fcderil grand Jury here or in New Wk. But some argue that the government would have a wronger caae if it permits the full 30-day period to elapse before making Its move. -e NONCOMPLIANCE with the law subjects the party, the leaders and the party members to fines of $10,000 for ealch day they, default For the individuals the1 penalties also call for five years' imprisonment for each day they fail to register.
But' Justice Department received notification from the party that it would ignore the Nov. 20 deadline for registration under the 1950 Internal Security Act -Kennedy reiterated his pledge to enforce the law. It requires the Communists' to register and file with the Justice Department the names and addresses of its officers and members during the past year, a financial accounting and a list of printing presses in its possession. No decision has been made yet on when Or how the government will act. IF' THE PARTY itself fails to register, the burden of Staffs, Comiiiiltec registration then falls off lawyers point out that party leaders within the 10 days following Nov.
20. The technical time limit then extends to Dec. 20 for registrai tion by party members now estimated at about 10,000. Technically, the govern- Supreme Court upheld only that aspect of the internal security law requiring registration of the party as a forelgn-dominated group. It did not uphold the penalties specifically.
JWITH NEW HIGH FIDELITY HEARING AID! WASHINGTON UP) The Jackson committee urged -the administration Sunday tot trim "seriously overstaffed" defense agencies, raise top federal pay, and remove barriers which exclude able pri Vate citizens from public service. The subcommittee on government o.l 1 machinery headed by Sen. Henry Jack-son, called also on State Department to assume more leadership in the making of national security policy. The specific recommenda-. tions for improving the policy-formulating machinery; also included: The government must eliminate personnel in national security department sand agencies which are "doing work that does not really need doing." The conflict-of-interest laws, some dating back to the Civil War, contain.
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