Dick Cassidy


Phillip' Kingsley was a banker and looked the part. He was a typical example of the sort of man people expect to be president of a bank. His carefully shined shoes, conservative clothes and distinguished manner were complemented by his slightly greying temples and pale blue eyes. When he spoke, he did so in carefully selected sentences, making use of his wide vocabulary. A popular man, he was noted for his friendliness to the local townspeople and for the fact that he could be seen at any time to discuss a loan for a new silo or an additional building on a farm. If rumor could be believed, Phillip Kingsley would be the next United States senator from Indiana. In short, he was a man of whom the community could be justly proud-a solid citizen.



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