California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Nov 15 1957, Page 3

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaI i la. I 1 How i up tech on the 8 t v this is the sixth of 12 articles in which confessed some spy Jack Soble tells the innermost secrets of an espionage ring in the . Of which he was a member for is years. By Jack Soble written with Jack lotto for Jane Foster Zlatovski soft lights music and wine were strictly necessary Busi Ness atmosphere. Between stolen kisses she collected for soviet Bosses Many of the secrets confidences arid itemized human in abilities of american intelligence and military Agen cies in . On weekend affairs when whiskey glasses were Seldom empty and her sufficiently relaxed and off guard her camera clicked during lighthearted frolic Long. In this manner this attractive dedicated soviet agent obtained compromising de tails of the sexual drinking and gambling habits of men whose identities were closely shielded. Her husband George an army intelligence officer showered his attention on women secretaries in Sensi Tive . Agencies. Frequently this or. And mrs. Spy team worked to Gether under my instructions hosting parties at which they saw to it that considerable amounts of liquor were supplied the guests. Hard working Jane s activities were much appreciated by our Bosses in the Kremlin whose files were bulging with the voluminous reports from one of their most fervent workers. They thought so Well of one report which pinpointed certain individuals open to russian blackmail or forced Georgo and Foster Zlatovski now live in Paris. Services that i was told to give her a Bonus of the Zlatovski under Jane s dominant steering wore Content to do my bid Ding for a month plus a larger sum for the expenses necessary to keep the parties afloat and lips loosened. Although Jane and George were each aware of what the other was doing for the they quarrelled inces Santly Over each other s love affairs. George accused Jane of carrying on with certain individuals Long after their usefulness As sources of in formation had been pumped dry. Jane for Hen part kept reminding George that he was an alcoholic and Loafer who refused to work. And she did t Jike the idea that he was taking Money from her sent by her Well to do family. After one especially heavy drinking bout during which each began listing illicit romances of the other Jane angrily Tore off George s shirt and scratched his face. He blackened her eyes stripped her of her clothing threw it out the window of their apartment and beat her with a whiskey bottle. Jane sought me out and sobbed out her Story. I effected a the fights continued at fre quent intervals. The Strain of the Job was having its effect on Jane. She drank martinis in Large quantities All Day Long in an Effort to relax. When she went to sleep it was always with a Large Glass of Brandy or Gin straight. The first thing she did on Awakening even before she brushed her Teeth was to pour herself another undiluted full Glass of the same drink. But Jane never allowed her private life to inter Fere with her espionage efficiency. On june 16, 1949, Jane turned Over to me in Paris for transmission to Russia detailed biographies of cer Tain persons in the economic co operation administration. Here is a portion of the Bonus report from Jane i to Boris Morros to relay to his Contact in Vienna As it turned out the in formation service Branch of the . Army had better possibilities than i had american Colony and name omitted Aid myself were about the Only ones not working for an intelligence Agency. I made Many friends socially and made an Effort to become Well acquainted with those in the counter intelligence corps. My closest friends were xxx and xxx. Through them i was con stantly with their Bosses and colleagues in both organizations. They either visited me at my Schloss Lodge or we went away every weekend to austrian resorts. In this Way i got photo graphs of All members of name of organization most of counter intelligence corps they All drank a great Deal and it was incredible How much they talked of their Busi Ness both in and out of their cups. Practically every scheme they hatched they discussed in Advance before me i am sure that every move i made was reported by xxx. Knowing this i had to be doubly careful in arranging to go Paris and i simply could t go off for an unexplained two Days to Paris every other month. I therefore had to take Long leaves giving As my reason a desire to see Switzerland or the Riviera or to buy Paris clothes that i neither wanted nor needed. What we want speak for George As Well As myself. We Don t care what it is where or How difficult Long As it is tomorrow the spy who spread misery and fear Thi Hwat the i Independent vol. 2m nov. 15, 1957 a morning Dally my paper published at. 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