TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT
Bacuranao. Ill tell you what to do when it's time/
I didn't want to tell him too far ahead because he
would get to worrying and get so spooked he
wouldn't be any use.
'You couldn't have anybody better than me,
Harry/ he said* Tm the man for you. I'm with
you on anything,'
I looked at him, tall and bleary and shaky, and I
didn't say anything.
'Listen, Harry. Would you give me just one?' he
asked me. (I don't want to get the shakes.*
I gave him one and we sat and waited for it to
get dark. It was a fine sunset and there was a nice
light breeze, and when the sun got pretty well down
I started the engine and headed her in slow toward