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MARTIN TRENKLE; INC Phone Dell 2881 (After 4 p.m. Call Blytheville 2284) (Charjre'Accounta Accepted When Credit la Accepted) "I'm glad you seem to b» maturing, Hubert! You'll b« Kttling down and thinking about a wife and family while _thg«j)th«r_boy^af« »til< playing football after »chool!" FOR SALE Concrete evtrert*, iz fauh to 48 ineh, plain or reenfareed. Abo Onereie Bmlldlnt Blacks cheaper Mica limber for baraa, thicken hauea, p«np honea. tenant h «««. tool aheda. We deliver. Call ma f» tre* eatinate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. then* Ml f-^rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hoars: g a.m. to It p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS v DRUG STORE Ml West Main St. Xmas Gift Suggestion a camera from BARNEY'S! Choose a camera as a Xmis silt NOW! Use our convenient layaway plan. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2»«« W. Main'.' Phone 3«47 «T»m T « B Klin, atkletl* - • WONDERFUL girl, Sany Ann, a firl with a lovely soul and a ,«ood thick wrist for mashing po- .tatoes, and somewhere there had to be a man for her, there had 'to bf. "Listen," she said, leaning clcae •to me, "there's Eddie FFelds eom- ,mg; down now. You know hie brother?" -Didnt know he had a brother " lie hit a brother— I he«rd Eddie talking. He', coming , n for , visit. Fix rt up for me. will you? 1 mean, provided he's single—and he's not a halfpint like Eddie." "I'll do my best." ,-Talfc to Eddie, will you? I only >«ve six more days' vacation 1 can't afford to tool around any more." • Eddie, wearing ballooning (lowered trunks that made him look like a chubby toddler, was coming ;down the bank wilh his little wife Roslyn. Though she was scrawny and even shorter than he was— she 3ust about m^de five feet— she somehow looked maturer than Eddie. I noticed it now In the even purposeful way she walked— )ik» |a - lance pushing out to battle- while Ectdie seemed to wander as if his body and his legs weren't well acquainted yet. Roslyn was wearing a oluc onc-oieccr, Her long switch of bronze hair, which usually danglco behind her like a horse's tall, was all wound up In- Eide a rubber cap. Jl?,°,! "J and « al ^d up the hill toward them. "Hya," 1 53^. Sb« made a jour tact. »«>ther Ihteg I>e fot against this plac»_ !• Atlantic City, at least ** «et» warm once in "No aand fleaa hen," Eddie said mildly. She wiggled a tiny shoulder. "So what? A little bit* doesn't kill you. 1 !. Sh« walked down toward the watec. I-.M Eddie diagonally the atop« and into Honeymoon Lane. -How'd your phone c»B go?" I s»id. -What did you say?" Hia thin Dpi relaxed. He amiled expansively. "Dotaa- right, Meester Policmman," be Mid, waving his arrna in hia Italian dialect art. "I walk* in dees* ««ld—Grandview— you knowa da place. I looka for dandelion greeiu. I ftnda da dead man. Mama mia, he's very dead man." • .•.".-" "Where dM you make the call from?" "Drugstore down on the main drag." , "Anybody see yoM—a a y b • d y who knows you?" M was disguised—I combed my hair before I went in." "The cop« could havt had the operator ring back on that phone soon as you left," I suggested "Sure, but they'd be looking for a guy with an accent aa Jong as a yard of «pagbettl." , T^ ^~ l *"**• W* tvt " fool Mussolini." "Mussolini's dead. 1 ^ "That'« what 1 mesa.' •••••« : • next .noming-i paper h»d the story. Eddie and i were ki A 1'a office when Chria Witmer brought the paper in. Al spread It out on his desk, as If spreading out a feast, and read aloud to us with gestures. .-.',...•' A body had been found on the grounds of Sam.Stacey's Grandview Manor. Blasted In the head Bumped off. Taken for, a ride. U was the first murder . hereabouts ; it rear*, and the writer. dredged up all the gangland lingo he could remember. The local «ub- station of the Pennsylvania State Police had rushed th« victim's fln- gerprinta to the TBI and wa» waiting for an identification. The paper printed a photo oC the dead man'a face, touched up to make the eyes look partly open and alive. Th« police wanted to talk to anybody who had leen any man who looked like thii. They were also hunting for a mysterious character who had phoned.in the tip; a man with a Polish accent. •Polish?" Eddie yelped. Cft* matter with those guy»?" Al chewed :ii« gum with the look of a man who'j jurt ducovered a new flavor. "I tell you, I really feel K>rry for Sam Stacey." Then he rwung hit swivel charr around to the window, got hold « th«.phon« and atarted dialing. The wad of gum popped cheerful]; at the edge ot hia ifpa. ' ' -Heup, SamT- he boomed. -I just been reading about your hard luck. I wanted to tell >6u ^m I'm sorry." The receiver buzzed In hia ear Al said, "I'll tell you, Sam, tt'i ,tt ' according to the clientele you lake in. M«, I never take g»ng- • ^r», no matter how muck the* want to pay." The phone buzzed again. Al'a cheeks suddenly healed up and he yelled, "I call up like a friend and this is the answer 1 get? 1 ^ There w»i some more buzzing and a loud click. Al slammed th« phone down. ' -You know whatr Al banged the desk.' "I wouldn't be surpriaed it that Stacey had the body la the first place and dragged it. over on my land. I wouldn't be surprised one inch." 1 waited politely tin Al lim- mered down a little, then told him I was driving over to the village to pick up some tennlj rackets I was having rcslrang. "Hey, ; need the wagon," Eddie id. "1'v* cot to pick up mr brother." ; "Go fight K out—don't bother me," Al growled. We went ouUid*. -Wait a little while," Eddie said. "Ros Is coming —W* can ride in together " CI. I Television- Ton ii-c. Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. 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