National Affairs: Seattle's Sot

Seattle knew and warned Washington, when it elected Marion Anthony Zioncheck, 35, to Congress, that it would have a Representative likely to claim the spotlight. Instead he worked hard, won considerable esteem in Washington as a promising youngster. Last December he began to get into scrapes. When he got started on his honeymoon four weeks ago, Seattle knew its Congressman was on a rare bender (TIME, May 11). But not until last week, when he returned to Washington, did Seattle begin to suspect that its man was turning from a besotted funster into a...

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