WASHINGTON: One-Two

Otto Adolph Wittwer is not content with the way things are going. He has money, inherited from his Swiss immigrant parents. At 45, he has a nice little business of his own in Seattle, selling hair rinses and shampoo (which sweetly scent his two-story building). He is married to a beauteous exactress wife. Nevertheless, Mr. Wittwer is not content with the way things are going.

In 1936 he attended the State Democratic convention in Aberdeen. That decided him that the whole trouble with the country was professional politicians, who, controlling the votes of...

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