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mas party# Your contribution can be riven to our Town Clerk, Aileen
xidams, and she v;ill turn over all contributions as a lump sura for the
police to use toward their party.
FLilSH; i^ev/ on our staff j i5’’KLy.iv kCKEiiii, She has done our stencil
this month, ie are continuously indebted to these kindly folks who
help us ,3et the Shoreline out 5
Here temporarily is an army couple, Jan and Hu^h Lixon, with their nine
year old son Shawn. They are livin- in Jan*s parents' home on Oakleaf
Drive just v/est of the Yaecks. They will be here until June, and how
they enjoy PKS because they look out at woods, because of the leisurely
pace of life here, and because they can walk for miles, .lugh flew in
from Rome a couple of weeks a-^o after three years in Italy where he
was stationed near Pisa. Jan has been here bit longer, but she, too,
lived in Italy as an army wife. They had an apartment with a yard and
garden, and they both learned to speak Italian. Jan said she had to
if she was to do any marketing Shawn understands Italian, too,
althou^fh he attended the .American school at thoir base. They traveled
v;id9ly in Italy, stayinv in pensions, and eatine: in restaurants where
th?j local people ate. That way, they said, they were sure of 3;ood and
lcs3 expensive meals than in restaurants popular with tourists.
Utiually they traveled by train. Jas in Italy is ^2.00 a ::allon, and
Italian traffic is wild. Both of them stressed the importance of bein/”
adaptable if you would enjoy livin:/ abroad, of learning their way and
their customs. HU:,h will be ^oin^- to school in vi/ashln^ton, D.C. and
expects to be assi:::ned to the .jnerican embassy in Dublin in June. And
for June 1978 they already have plans to :;et a tent and camp all \
throu^^h iiurope. .uid while they are here, Jan who wanted a job with
flexible hours, is sellinj Tupperware.
"Special correspondent" BILL i.uiCDOllALD Us up to report that
Havelock has a new li. station at 105 that plays what Bill, at least,
terms ^^ood music. ;e leave it all up to you to jud'^-e for yourselves
the quality of the pro'Tammin'^;.
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Sequel to our July story about the deli delights of JiiRRY FOUSSIv and
i^iRILYi. LILLiSR: they have moved their ;i;oud food and service just a few
feet away to what used to be Dorn and is now called THE ROYaL PaLi..
(we^noticed that there are indeed s^;ae paims there) and are carrying or
their tradition of fine i:ew York delicatessen specialties, this time
with plenty of seatin-; space. Jerry's parents ran a deli on Long
Island and, he says that althou.h he swot e he wasnt interested in
doin(^ the same thinj, hero he in, bat he know^? he can do it well (and
we a^^ree) so he is offerin;^; ;^:r?i.t pat^trami sandv/iches (-i>lo45), fine
roast beef sandwiches (.>1*60), as well as splendid potato salad, and
the well knovm i;ew York rice puddinjt The menu is really extensive,
with a daily special, a tenderloin hero, fresh seafood, hambur-^ers,
and they are op^n daily for breakfast at 7i00kin, servin^i? from then
until 8s30Pii and until 9x00 on Fridajr and Saturdays. Cfeok it out,
PKS’ersi we don’t even ha/e to cross the brid^^e to %et there as it's
right there on the causeway just beyond the bank as we are coming off
Salter Path Road.
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From NELL CRUiJjiiTi:, PKS voting registrar, we discover that there are
312 registered voters here, and that 93/^ of them voted in the recent
election. Nell’s term as re';istrar expires June 1st? she is a
Republican in now Democratic times.