The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 7, 1976 · Page 15
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 15

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Tuesday, December 7, 1976
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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, December 7, 1976-B5 FROG LEGS ALL U CAN EAT (TUES.) CRAB POT 844-2822 lunch ii:30 Russian Improves His English American's Book of Fairy Tales Aids Progress 2 FEATURES XX XI UULT THEATRE , r-. - v Km f v J I A OPEN 10 A.M. "I wanted to ask you for the book 'Song of Hiawatha,' the admirable thing by Longfellow," Korol said. He also said he would send O'Brien a copy of classic Ukrainian stories. O'Brien said he plans to write to Koral and that teachers in Ken-newick and Spokane have offered to donate copies of the Longfellow work. "I'm hoping to get a complete copy of the works of Longfellow to send," he said. BURT RfYNOlDS CATHERINE DENEUVE T H - WO I OPENING FRIDAY, DEC. 10 "SPELLBOUND" SHOW & DANCE GROUP 59th & BROADWAY WPB "HUSTLE" -R forwarded to him by relatives a few days later. "I don't really know how the book got to Russia," said O'Brien, a 42-year-old high school teacher. "I vaguely recall that in 1945 there was a school drive for books for Europe. That's the only possible way I know of." Korol, who works at a telegraphic plant, said he graduated from a po-lytechical institute in the Ukraine in 1975. The son of a teacher, he said he was married last year and has a son named Bohdan. "After finishing school, where I had learned French, I decided to take possession of English," Korol wrote. "I am reading Polish, Czech, Slovakia! French and English books. Wi: ARE TOPLESS! "PLAY ONLY WITH ME" "SECRET AGENT" "GOOD INVESTMENT" EARLY BIRD 10 AM TO NOON SAVE SI. 00 COMPLETE MOORAM CHANOI EVERY THURS. 99 BROADWAY-RIV. KH.-I4I-M03 I EMEli KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) -Thirty years after he donated a book of fairy tales to an overseas book drive, Claude O'Brien has received a thank-you note from a Russian engineer who's using it to learn English. "The sentiments of friendship and brotherhood will be always, not withstanding of a policy of the governments," wrote Oleg Korol, who lives in the Ukranian village of Wolytsia. In the letter, which begins, "Dear unknown American friend," Korol, 24, explained that while looking for books at the library to improve his English, he found "a thick, green book" of Grimm's Fairy Tales that contained O'Brien's address on the flyleaf. "I am nicely surprised, that the men in a whole world are so benevolent and well-disposed," Korol said of discovering that the book was the gift of an American. "Grand thanks to good human nature." The letter; written Nov. 2, arrived at O'Brien's childhood address in Spokane, Wash., on Nov. 16 and was Theaters Today DOUBLE ACTION ENDS THURS. JAN-MICHAEL VINCENT FREE PARKING PH. 844-4296 "WMITF 1INF FEVER" 7:15 '93 NOW SHOWING: RATED- "ALOHA, BOBBY I ROSE" 'PM "EROTIC STARLET mnm 3115 1 M l ill 1600 N. DIXIE W.P.B. 833-3088 OKNmAUCINMVtA I li Okeecnobe. BlvO A Haverhill Rd OPEN YEAR ROUND CINEMA 70 51.50 EVERYDAY 'TIL 2:30 CAREFREE SAT.&SUN. ONLY DUSTIN HOFFMAN LAURENCE OLIVIER ( MARATHON MAN , CHECK OUR DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS! 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