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Til see/ Frankie said, 'Where will you be?*
Til be at the Perla,' I told him. 'I have to eat/
You can get a good meal at the Perla for twenty-
five cents. Everything on the menu is a dime except
soup, and that is a nickel. I walked as far as there
with Frankie, and I went in and he went on. Before
he went he shook me by the hand and clapped me
on the back again.

'Don't worry/ he said. 'Me Frankie; much
politics. Much business. Much drinking. No
money. But big friend. Don't worry/

'So long, Frankie,' I said. 'Don't you worry
either, boy.'