MEXICO: Five Hills

Last year former President Pascual Ortiz Rubio ordered General Arturo Campillo Seyde to go up to Lower California and see what was going on. The General spent months pounding over dusty mountain trails from Tijuana to Cape San Lucas, visiting mining camps, Japanese fishing villages, straggling ranches. Last week he published his report.

Lower California's chief industry, said the General, is foreign military espionage, with the chief activity about equally divided between Japanese and U. S. agents. These scurrying sleuths are accompanied by attendant swarms of French and British spies to find out...

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