Oregon state police and liquor agents swooped down on 100 taverns and roadhouses in Clackamas County one night last week, confiscated 115 gambling devices and arrested 87 men & women. "I can't understand this!" cried a waitress at one of the joints. "We've always been tipped off before."

The big Kefauver crime hunt was over —at least for the time being Senator Kefauver himself relaxed, showed his daughter how to ride a pogo-stick. The country still had crime on its mind, and if half the activity of last week was genuine, it was...

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