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January 20, 1987 | United Press International
A strike against the Long Island Rail Road forced commuters into cars and buses Monday for what was just a preview of the transit nightmares that await them today, the first regular workday in the shutdown of the nation's largest commuter railroad. Meanwhile, a third union, representing signalmen, joined the engineers and railway police in the strike that began at dawn Sunday. Despite the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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January 20, 1987 | United Press International
A strike against the Long Island Rail Road forced commuters into cars and buses Monday for what was just a preview of the transit nightmares that await them today, the first regular workday in the shutdown of the nation's largest commuter railroad. Meanwhile, a third union, representing signalmen, joined the engineers and railway police in the strike that began at dawn Sunday. Despite the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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July 4, 1999 | JEAN WOESTENDIEK LETAI, Jean Woestendiek Letai is a free-lance writer in Medfield, Mass
With rosy cheeks, sunny spirits and relaxed tempers, my husband and children and I lounged in front of a crackling fire in the huge stone hearth of Canoe Island Lodge. Tony and I were sunken into the soft sofa, tired and happy after an exhilarating day of doing nothing. Kate and Andy flirted with Tyler and Prince, Labrador retrievers stretched out on the hand-braided rugs.
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