You could try to speak with someone at Vistytis regional park when
arrive in Vistytis (director Nerijus Paskauskas)...>>>
Regretfully there are not to many english speakers in Vistytis.
I hope You can get some information on:
Tel./Fax. (8 ~ 342) 20525. e-mail info@...
--- In Vistytis@yahoogroups.com, "nkm012870" <nkm012870@y...> wrote:
> My grandfather, Irving Kleinman, immigrated to Canada from Vistytis,
> which he called Vishtinetz, in 1927 with his family. His name then
> Ickus Klampuckis, and he was the son of Mejerio Klampuckis, a pig
> bristle merchant who lived on a farm just outside the town.
> or Meyer, also ran a telegraph service and was known as Meyer
> Telegraph. He married a girl called Freida Boyarsky from a nearby
> My wife and I will be in Vistytis in early July. I'm sure it's too
> long ago for anyone to remember Ickus, but it would be nice to talk
> with someone about the town today when we are there. I'm sure there
> are English speakers in Vistytis these days, and my wife also knows
> some Russian. Any suggestions?