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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10A The Cfdar Kaplds Gazette: Wed., Sept. 25, 1D71 Abraham Lincoln Look-Alike Has Trouble In Disneyland SYRACUSE, Iild. (Ul'I) Wally Iluffor, who looks so much like Ahniham Lincoln that he wrars a brunt and tup says he traveled lo California lo visil Disneyland and then found he wasn't wel- come because he drew more attention than Mickey Mouse. lluffer recently returned from the (rip with his wife Phyllis, and their two daughters. The visit was meant lo fulfill a dream. But lluffer said the people who run Disneyland apparently did not like the competition he created al the tourist attrac- tion. Asked for Autograph lluffer said he wore his usual hUtck suit, hat and Lincoln-like board and was surrounded bv children asking for his an i and taking his picture. .Several hours later, he said, I wo security K'lards took him lo the office of the superinten- denl of security and he was told there were complaints iiboul I he way he looked. "Yon can't dress in that at- tire he said ho was lold. He said the guards 'old hi'ii either lo remove his hat or his coal. Wally chose lo remove his top hal lint later he found a similar hal for sale for in Disneyland and he bought i! anil put it on his head. "Just Jealous" Again the guards slopped him and were joined by a group of oilier security men, who. he said, look his driver's license and returned him lo the superintendent's office where he was lold, "Take off your lint while at the park or you will be removed." Wally look off his hal anil the family departed. "They were just jealous because Wally got more atten- tion than Mickey said Mrs. lluffer. "Helloes look like Lincoln. That is the way (iocl made him lo look." seres of Magic FINE HOAAE FURNISHINGS Come in and fake advantage- of hundreds of specially priced items during our Grand Opening and save! Our professionally coordinated room ideas will help you visualize just how every piece will look in your own home. Use Smulekoff's Budget Account. It's All Too Good To Miss! by Bassett S5MMOWS The atmosphere of the Mediterranean con be added to your home instantly with this Mediterranean style 8-pc. Bassett Din- ing Room Suite. Beautiful detailing of simulated wood can be found on the 48" lighted china and a pecan finish gleams on the hardwoods of the 40" x 60" oval table that opens to 96" vith the extra leaves and the 5 side and 1 arm chair. What jeautiful addition to your home at remarkable savings! value. you gef your Money's Worth of beauty, durability with a GRAND OPENING PRICE A Simmons Queen-Size Hide-a-BedSofa "he Besl Way to Make Your Money Work Doabfe. This is the ideal for a casual, contemporary lifestyle and a lifestyle looking to save money but buy quality. This Hide-a-Bed easily adapts to comfortable, easy living. Note the light scale, loose, pillow back and wslttess wrap-over cushions, plus the sturdy walnut legs. The upholstery is the everwearing Herculon in a choice of fabric patterns. And when needed, you unfold what the Simmons Hide-a-Bed is nil abou! a queervloncjth Simmons innerspring mattress.. value. GRAND OPENING PRICE .byKROEHLER Krofchlor's Cape Coci furnltun: is honestly bcojliful. demons are for everywherp, from Capfi Cod cottage, to Georgian man- sion, to urban apartment. Its look is ageless, its adaplobility uncommonly rich, and its personality Hisarminniy warm. Qioosn this Kroehlflr sofa upholitercd in a rich durable Herculon for your homo todoy. Protective ami cops includrd too! value. GRAND OPENING PRICE elegant, classic Traditionai Velvet Sofa Loveseat GRAND OPENING (jtwv, you wlh new (hii m fhnir Classic en tion. Arms with iliqht ajrvr l-.r.Kli'r pillows you thn classic HP you lovo with n Irn.rh. This como-, in n nrh v. !vt-l w.t'n nlKnimri, tufh-fl piiifj-v nno, snlf linorl shrf, mm caps hornis to fl, f, inn with thr. Kroohl-ir PRICE Versatile Colonial Lounge Chair This coimy cliair features a sug- wing.shaped, bullon-tutt- cd hack, rolled arms, reversible T-cushion and box elected skirt. Scotchnmdflrl nylon fabric. 59.00 value. GRAND OPENING PRICE Flared Arm Traditional In Patterned or Solid Velvet Traditional lounge chair wilh old world luxury, contem- porary comfort. Wilh flared, attached button-tufted bock, generous "T" cushion and flar- ed arms. value. GRAND OPENING PRICE The cover of this "Fantasia" Mattress V' and Boxsprinq r y would t have cost you for a full size set last year! 'ull, qwn or kinq riiifl box vpnncj thnt you would hovf) lor In-.! yni! In Siuimon'. linn of nlnl till'.) (ill Mini roiulliliNr.n Hi.' r, nu.ili'd linn wilti TWIN ''69 pc FULL QUEEN SET KING SET !329V''
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