THE PHILIPPINES: Spy Among the Huks

David Jones did not look like a spy. He had suffered no longtime itch to be one; he became one on impulse. A skinny Negro, born in Missouri 36 years ago, he had gone to high school in Kansas City, learned radio mechanics, roamed the U.S. as an itinerant radio technician. Some months ago he started out for Japan to try for a civilian job with the U.S. Army. He got as far as Manila, stuck there.

In the Philippines, David Jones was impressed by the earnest efforts of Defense Secretary Ramon Magsaysay...

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