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But the department was disbanded the day after her graduation from the academy. So now she's out of work."

"That's a shame. Has she applied to the state police?"

"I don't know, but I think she must have. If she could get on anywhere they wouldn't have put the article in the paper, would they?"

"Where does she live?"

"Just across town, over by the metal stamping plant."

"Oh, boy!"

"What?"

"I 'm glad you gave me a heads up on this. The mayor will be on the phone with the Sheriff and the county supervisors Monday morning. Maybe sooner."

"The mayor? Why?"

"Mayor McCarthy. Ring a bell?" Jan looked blank. "Mayor Mary McCarthy!"

"Oh, I see."

"I'll guarantee you that her parish priest has been bending the mayor's ear already. Let's see, over there she must be in Saint Brendan's parish, right?"

"I guess so."

"Monsignor Patrick Sullivan, pastor. Are you getting the picture? We have a lovely Irish Catholic colleen in need of help, and her Irish priest will talk with our Irish Catholic mayor and this will be like an avalanche of political pressure picking up weight as it descends on the Sheriff. He won't have the budget for another deputy, but the county supervisors will get their share of pressure, too, and by this time next week we'll have a new deputy, the first woman deputy ever in the department. Then we'll have to have a women's locker room and shower room and rest room, which will mean a building addition. That will cramp our nice, roomy parking lot. And while they're at it, they'll be putting wheelchair ramps all over the place to bring us into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

"This cuts two ways. A well qualified woman should be able to get a job as a deputy. But I'm wondering what it's going to do to our department, and how it's going to complicate my job. Anyway, don't throw the paper away. I'll take it into the Sheriff's office on Monday and make sure he's prepared for all this."

I went in and took a quick shower and changed into comfortable clothes. "Anything going on this weekend?" I called out to Jan from the bedroom.

"I haven't made any plans but I'd sort of like to do something with Mom if it's okay with you. She's been all alone since I moved out, and it must be a pretty big change for her. Kind of abrupt."

"Okay with me. Why don't you give her a call this evening, see if she's got any ideas. If all else fails, we could take her out to dinner on Sunday."

"Sounds good to me. Our dinner's almost ready, fifteen minutes or so. I'll call her now, while the potatoes are cooking."

Later, over dinner, I asked Jan what her mother had to say. "Yes, she'd like to see us. She doesn't have any plans, so whatever we decide is okay with her." There was a pause. "While we were chatting she asked if we'd heard about that sweet Cafferty girl losing her job before she could even start it."

SETTING THE BIG WHEELS IN MOTION

Monday morning I was sitting in the Sheriff's guest chair at 6:30 am, nursing a cup of coffee and waiting for the Sheriff to finish his phone call with Terry Connelly, the county supervisor for our district. Mostly he was listening. Finally, he said, "Well, all right, if that's how you've got it arranged, that's how it'll have to be. You and Frank will have to come up with the funds, that's all. Just understand that I can't water down the quality of my department, so this will have to be handled with an abundance of judgment and discretion. And I'll have the final say over that other hire. Do we have an understanding?" "Good, you come here on Wednesday morning. See you then."

The phone call completed, the Sheriff turned his attention to me.

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