The Press: Domesticated Communist

"Look," said a U.N. correspondent, pointing from the window of a press train in Korea one day last week, "here comes our domesticated Communist." Out of a jeep, wearing a trim Eisenhower jacket, climbed burly Jakov Levi, 30, foreign editor of Belgrade's Borba, and first Red newsman accredited to the U.N. forces.

Levi, who formerly covered U.N. sessions at Lake Success, will spend a month with U.N. troops in Korea, a month in Japan and a third month touring southeast Asia. He is mailing his copy home because Borba can't spare dollars for cables.

At Panmunjom, U.N. correspondents flocked eagerly around to...

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