Washington (Apr. 8)
The Department of Justice expects to be ready by the end of April to resume the mase sedition trial which ended in a re-trial last fall, it was learned today, but difficulties in finding a judge may compel further postponement.
Revision of the trial brief, now under way, will be completed by mid-April The number of defendants is being cut from twenty-six to ten or tewlve, and an intensive hunt is on for a judge. Heavily loaded calendars of District of Columbia judgee may require importation of a judge from another district. So far the search has been without success, so that no definite date can yet be set for the trial.