CALIFORNIA: Clinton's Big Job

Off to war last week went Los Angeles' Clifford Edmond Clinton. The song in his heart was that of a man who knows that life is good.

The management of his two fantastic cafeterias ("We pray our humble service be measured not by gold but by the Golden Rule") he left to eleven assistants and his wife. Los Angeles' future he consigned to his followers in his Citizens Independent Vice Investigating Committee (civic).

Said he in his valedictory as he started for Fort Benning, Ga., a second lieutenant, at 42, in the medical administrative corps:...

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