ARMY & NAVY: Toshio & Thompson


A Federal grand jury in Los Angeles last week furnished the U. S. Press with its first convincing Spy Story in many a moon. In spite of the fact that the spy's accomplice was not a beautiful girl but, according to U. S. Attorney Peirson Hall of Los Angeles, a slender, fresh-faced young man, the yarn of the disloyal ex-sailor and the Japanese naval officer made bang-up copy.

Harry Thomas Thompson, 28, a Maryland farm boy who served one cruise with the Navy, was in the summer of 1934 jobless and spending...

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