ARMY & NAVY: Dodo's Price

ARMY & NAVY

Last month onetime Lieut. Commander John Semer ("Dodo") Farnsworth, dishonorably discharged from the U. S. Navy in 1927, was arrested by the Department of Justice, accused of betraying Navy secrets to Japan (TIME, July 27). The District of Columbia's Grand Jury shortly indicted this jittery alcoholic on the charge that he sold to the Japanese a confidential Naval document entitled The Service of Information and Security. Last week the Grand Jury indicted Farnsworth on the more serious charge of conspiracy. Named were two of Farnsworth's clients: Commander Yosiyuki Itimiya, assistant...

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