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Lautenberg looks young to voters

TRENTON, N.J., Sept. 18 (UPI) -- A new poll finds that most voters think U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., seeking a fifth term this year at the age of 84, is almost a decade younger.

Poll: McCain gains in Pennsylvania

PITTSBURGH, July 31 (UPI) -- Republican presidential candidate John McCain has gained support in Pennsylvania, a poll indicates.

Clinton leads Obama in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa., April 21 (UPI) -- Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton leads rival Barack Obama in Pennsylvania ahead of the Keystone State's primary Tuesday, a poll indicates.

Poll: Obama gaining on Clinton in Penn.

PHILADELPHIA, April 8 (UPI) -- Barrack Obama is gaining ground on Hillary Clinton in the Pennsylvania primary race thanks to growing support among women, a poll released Tuesday indicates.

Clinton, McCain lead in N.Y. and N.J.

NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (UPI) -- Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican John McCain are their parties' preferred presidential nominees in New York and New Jersey, a new poll indicates.

Poll: Floridians resent Schiavo intruders

PINELLAS PARK, Fla., April 14 (UPI) -- Florida voters responding to a poll said they disapproved of all outsiders who got involved in the Terri Schiavo case except the U.S. Supreme Court.

Poll: Floridians resent Schiavo intruders

PINELLAS PARK, Fla., April 14 (UPI) -- Florida voters responding to a poll said they disapproved of all outsiders who got involved in the Terri Schiavo case except the U.S. Supreme Court.

Kerry see-saws into lead in Pennsylvania

WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 (UPI) -- Democratic challenger John F. Kerry nosed ahead of George W. Bush 49 percent to 46 percent in Tuesday's Quinnipiac poll of likely Pennsylvania voters.

Bush takes razor thin edge in Pennsylvania

WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 (UPI) -- President George W. Bush has taken a slim 47-to-44 percent lead among registered voters in Pennsylvania, according to Thursday's Quinnipiac University poll.

Poll: Florida is too close to call

WASHINGTON, June 29 (UPI) -- Voters in Florida indicated no significant preference in the upcoming presidential election according to the latest Quinnipiac poll.

Poll: Kerry has big lead in Keystone State

WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UPI) -- A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday shows Sen. John F. Kerry, D-Mass., leading his primary opponents and President Bush in Pennsylvania.
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Kendell Foster Crossen (July 25, 1910 - November 29, 1981) was a mainstay of American pulp fiction and science fiction of the 1950s. He was the author of The Green Lama, a popular pulp and comic book hero, and the Milo March detective novels.

His pen names included Richard Foster, Bennett Barlay, Kent and Clay Richards, Ken Crossen, Christopher Monig (allegedly the name of a ghost of the town of Crossen on the Oder), and M. E. Chaber (from the Hebrew word mechaber, meaning author).

Kendell Foster Crossen was born in Albany township outside Athens, Ohio, the only child of farmers Sam Crossen and Chlo Foster Crossen. He attended Rio Grande College in Ohio, was a college football player and amateur boxer, and worked at jobs ranging from carnival barker to insurance investigator. In the 1930s he was employed as a writer on WPA projects, including a New York City Guidebook, before becoming editor of Detective Fiction Weekly.

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It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Clay Richards."
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