September 15, 1993
Vol. 13, Issue 02
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As Adele Jones winds up another shift waiting tables at the Lamp Post family restaurant, she pauses for a moment to read some new fan mail. The envelope is marked only with her name and the restaurant's, no address, but by now the Postal Service knows where to find her. Some letters just say "Adele Jones, Georgetown, Del.''
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