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TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1958 BLITHEV1LLB (ARK.)' COURIER KHEWS PAGE J'JFHEEM OUT OUR WAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major HoepU By J. R. Williams FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS POSITIVELY OFFICMI -THe COULO ANY DAY NOW/ , - WERe A BRONCO ABOUT TOSPRINSMTO CYCLONIC ACTIOM/ MCMBOTS WE'D LIKE TO UV6 OVER- FIFTH GEAPE PHOTO ->-22 "Pop, wake up and hear the tune I learned to play already on that bagpipe you brought me yesterday from the convention I" .-?**<*=» *&*>% BOEPER ;"%_ -T&fA 6W*PS BEHIND LET'S FLA6 THE PLANE! \Cupr. 1«3 by Hn S(r,ict. Inc. T. M. R.y. u. a. p,,, of^T?, :.'.""•* 6UE$£ VVE'P BETTER RUN UP THE WHITE PLA6... OH,CMON, BILLY, THE SCHOOL BUS IS GONNA LEAVE! HERE, BOY, I'wsOSH, HE'S lW4IMPEHINe\ FOR CRYIN 1 OUT LOUD, tHO NOBOCYCARW dND LOOK HOW HS'S/ LEfS SirSOINS... HOLDINS HIS/ VlT'S ONLY A STRAV ABOUTTHSLnUffiUY. WILL, £/« SONS TO LOOK, IjEHOY, IT'S A LITTLE DOG! 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Once ,he bit the headwailer at the Am- ibassador. I had to pay $300 dam- .ages. I've never set foot in the iAmbassador since. It was the 'jpriKciple of the thing—$300 for i a lousy little dog bite. . . ," :. Dalloway looked up, still Ifrowning. "This can't be the 'iright Bernard." "Try the Phil reference," 'Frank said. "Page 89." Page 89 began with Frank's 'own words. "Patient arrived in a depressed ;mood, dressed carelessly, hair uncombed. Complained of a ^'sleepless night. . . . She seemed f afraid. After" a time she ad- .admitted this. "Patient: 'I had the screaming meemies last night. I woke , up around 4 a. m. and it was - dark, pitch dark, and quiet. I had the feeling lhat 1 was alone. ..'absolutely alone, that everybody ; olse in the whole world had died "and .there was just me .left in -that awful Quietness. And then ' gradually 1 realized it wasn't so ; quiet, I could hear the sea. My window was open and J could 1 hear the sea ver; faintly, that | terrible incessant noise, I hate it. . H reminds me of Phil.' "He was her third husband. ' "Patient: 'Phil went out in his sailboat one day and never came -back. The sea got him. It's going '''. to get me if I let him.' "Note: Patient »how« no tear 1*32 hr Me>t«rtt Milto. UiW by of water in general, only the sea, which she refers to when she is excited as a 'him.' "I asked her why she believed the sea would get her. " 'I bought him that sailboat for his birthday. I was crazy about Phil, he was always nice to me, never played me for a sucker like Hamman and I wasn't afraid of him the way I was afraid of Dalloway.' " . Dalloway closed the report and put it on the nearest table with a decisive little slap. His face, which was normally ruddy, had taken on a purplish tinge around the cheekbones. "Oh, you mustn't take that too seriously," Miriam said. He paid no attention to her, keeping his eyes fixed on Frank. "I'd like to read that report, all of it." 'I'm sorry, you can't." 'Professional ethics?" 'Partly that. Mainly, though, because I think it might be harmful to you." 'I'm not a vulnerable child, you know." 'None of us knows how vulnerable we are until we're tested." •'I've been tested by experts." Frank Clyde did not reply. He simply replaced the report in the manila folder and relied the tapes. rjALLOWAY smiled, hoping it made him look unconcerned. "Naturally, 1 was curious as to what Rose had to say about me. Now tell me about the Good- fields, what do you make of them?" "Fairly standard," said Frank Clyde. Dominant mother, rebellious daughter, weak sons. Ethel, the wife, probably picked out by the mother." 'Grccr thinks she's feebleminded." "She nuv giv'i that Impression while she's under Mrs. Goad- field's thumb. But when the old lady dies, Ethel will assume the Mrs. Goodfield's role." "I'm thinking it, you're thinking it, we may as well say it. Those Goodfields had better be investigated, from top to bottom," said Dalloway. ' "By whom?" "I've done what I could. The trouble is, 1 can't go around trailing people and asking them questions. I'm too conspicuous for one thing." He gave his artificial arm a contemptuous tap. "For another, I've had no experience in investigation work." Dalloway paused. "You have." "What's your interest?" "I'd just like to find out for certain if Rose was connected in any way with the Goo>"ields. If she was, maybe Lora was too." "Was?" "Was," Dalloway repeated, grimly. "1 have a feeling that my daughter is dead." ^ "Have you any reason for thinking that?" "One. But it's a good one. She hasn't written to' me asking for money. No, I'm not being humorous. Lora is incapable of supporting herself. She's never had a job that lasted more than a day, and in spite of her fancy talk she's as incompetent as a 3-year-old." Dalloway paused again and cleared his throat. "I'm willing to pay you liberally for your services." Frank and Miriam exchanged glances. ' "You have," Frank said at last, "touched us in a tender place. What tre you asking me to do and for how much?" • • • «TJK>R $150 go up to San Francisco and find out everything you can about the Goodfield clan. The price I'm willing to pay doesn't include any expense account, so you can go up any way you choose — train, plane, car, with or without Mrs. Clyde — depending how much you want to save." "Well, I'll do my best." Frank sounded puzzled. "V wish my instructions were a little more spe- | ciflc." I (To Be Continued) WA1CT, Memphis. 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