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May 05, 2000
Fifth installation of
LDN's "Let's Eat" series
A touchstone place
Third generation takes
charge of family restaurant
5, 2000] Assemble every
man, woman and child who lives in Logan County in the grandstand at
the fairgrounds. Then ask everyone who has ever worked for
Guzzardo’s Italian Villa to please be seated.
A few hundred folks will remain standing.
Now ask everyone who ever met their junior-high-school
friends at Guzzardo’s after a Saturday evening movie to be seated.
Pause for the giggles and the rustling as half the crowd
takes a seat. Next
instruct everyone who holds fond memories of their family gathered
around one of the big tables in Guzzardo’s middle room to sit.
Of the dozen or so who are still on their feet, seat all
those who can conjure up vivid images of John Guzzardo’s
outlandish antics rooting for the Lincoln Railers. One lone soul will remain standing, and you will know that he
just moved to Lincoln this morning.
Grand March steps off Saturday evening
5, 2000] The Grand March,
an 11-year prom night tradition in Lincoln, will be at 6:30 p.m.,
Saturday, May 6, at the courthouse. Prom-goers will march out the
Kickapoo Street side of the courthouse.
Health nurses see a century
5, 2000] Nurses Week, May
5 to 12, marks more than a “Century of Caring” for the public
health nurses at the Logan County Health Department.
Nurse Mary Anderson, who has made a study of the history of
public health nursing, is well aware of the differences between the
work these nurses did early in the 20th century and the work they
are doing today.
computer users alerted to “love bug” virus
5, 2000] Computer users in
Lincoln are alerted to a new computer virus that appeared May 4 and
has spread around the world like a chain letter, primarily through
the Outlook e-mail application.