Smeltzer 1 Edward L. Worthy of his nickname, Fat Stuff was all belly—so much so, that his shirt, strained by the bulk, was always popping its buttons. Forever entangled with bizarre crooks and spies, the unflappable Jack prevailed through a combination of resourcefulness, skill, and luck. Mosley dashed to New York, borrowing money for the trip from Carey Orr. It was constructed to look like a control tower and was a real beauty with windows all around so Zack could check out the action going on down below. But there is justice in Smilin' Jack:
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