The Press: The Fair Lady of Milwaukee

(See Cover) Out from Miami's palm-lined Biscayne Bay headed the 71-ft. white-hulled motor cruiser High Tide, bound for a day of fishing in the Gulf Stream. At a table on her afterdeck sat the High Tide's owner: Harry J. (for Johnston) Grant, 72, a florid-faced millionaire with china-blue eyes, a mouthful of flashing gold teeth, and the booming voice of a sideshow barker. But energetic, stubby (5 ft. 8¾ in., 220 Ibs.) Harry Grant did not act like the run of carefree yachtsmen. When he was not tending the deep-sea fishing line...

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