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you come and sit at my table?' So I went over and I sat down," said Mabel. "And he asked me what I'd like to drink. So I told him."
" You told him you'd like a large whisky and soda?"
She nodded. "Then I said I didn't want to take up a lot of his time but I had a message from a mutual friend-Merys Vanner."
O'Day asked: "How did he react to that?"
" He took it quite nicely. He said: `Oh, yes?' He smiled at me. He asked: `What does Merys want?' I said to him: `You know, there's been a little bit of trouble. She's in rather a spot. She thinks it'd be a good idea if she got out of town for a little while. She wondered if you could help.' I told him that she hated to be a trouble to him, but what could she do?"
O'Day asked: "What did she say to that one?"
" That didn't surprise him. He smiled-a funny sort of smile-what's the word for it ...?"
" Cynical?" suggested O'Day.
" That's it ... a sort of cynical smile. Then he brought out his note-case-very quietly, and there was nobody looking. He took out ten fivers. He pushed them across the table to me and he said in the same funny sort of way: `Tell Merys I'm sorry she's in a spot. Give her this with my love.' When he said that he wasn't being sarcastic," said Mabel. She opened her hand-bag; took out a small packet of five pound notes. "Here it is-fifty pounds."
O'Day put the money in his pocket.
Mabel went on: "Then I said, `Merys said she might want to see you sometime. She thought

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