CALIFORNIA: Sun and Shade

When Private Investigator Harry Raymond stepped into his car in Los Angeles one morning last January and touched the starter, a bomb under the hood blew skyhigh. After 150 pieces of glass and steel were picked out of him. Detective Raymond recovered. He had been working for a reform group, digging up dirt on the administration of Republican Mayor Frank L. Shaw. When two members of the mayor's special police squad were convicted of the bombing, sky-high went civic indignation. A movement started for the recall of jowly Mayor Shaw. Last week...

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