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"She keeps away from all of the beach wolves. And that," Della Street announced, "is rather difficult."

"Level is not exactly the word," she said. "The figure is noticeably growing. But wait until she signs the chit and leaves the booth--then see what she does."

"You've certainly looked the situation over," Della Street said, as the blonde went through the door.

"She has a beach umbrella and she lies down, dozes and reads."

"This information was readily volunteered?" Mason asked.

"This information was readily volunteered?" Mason asked.

"She has a beach umbrella and she lies down, dozes and reads."

"I take it," Mason said, "that you haven't been entirely successful."

"For about two weeks, according to the waitress."

"Mae doesn't know her?" Mason asked.

"I know," Della Street said, "but what in the world could it be?"

"Nothing. She's been busy planning the details of the chicken-dumpling feed with all of the fixings."

The blonde finished with her dessert, signed the check, picked up the two candy bars, and walked toward the entrance. On the way, she detoured long enough to stand on a pair of scales which had a huge dial with a rotating hand.

Della Street said thoughtfully, "I think she does, Perry. She had a smug smile on her face. She kept her dark glasses on while we were in the booth and sat back under my umbrella. I think she was trying to keep the blonde from seeing and recognizing her."

"You've been watching?"

"How long has this been going on, Miss Sherlock Holmes?" Mason asked.

The blonde finished with her dessert, signed the check, picked up the two candy bars, and walked toward the entrance. On the way, she detoured long enough to stand on a pair of scales which had a huge dial with a rotating hand.

"For about two weeks, according to the waitress."

"She is always alone?"

"Mae doesn't know her?" Mason asked.

"For about two weeks, according to the waitress."

"How long has this been going on, Miss Sherlock Holmes?" Mason asked.

Mason signed the chit for their meal, said, "There must be a gag tied in with it somewhere, some sort of a publicity stunt."

Della Street said thoughtfully, "I think she does, Perry. She had a smug smile on her face. She kept her dark glasses on while we were in the booth and sat back under my umbrella. I think she was trying to keep the blonde from seeing and recognizing her."

"She is always alone?"

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