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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAJlGHM WI a1h(i WltVICt fOSICAET «» /AM IST * -JO - 74 30,00 mr Cedar Rapids Obituaries The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri., April lf). 1.074 H. Henderson Injuries Fatal Dies, Retired To J°1"' Arn°ld IE Officer Herbert Henderson, 77. of 150 Thompson drive SE. died Thursday following a brief illness. Born May ll, 1897, at Story City, he was married to Nelle 'Roehlk Sept. 29. 1933. in Cedar Rapids. He had been a resident of Cedar Rapids nearly all his life. He received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Iowa State university and had attended Grinnell college. Carl V. Hendrickson, Attorney, Dies at 79 Carl V. Hendrickson. 79, of] 2325 Blake boulevard SE, a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids, Searchers Seek Deputy’s Gun, Murder Weapon she could not get a fair trial because of these statements.” Asked if the same could apply at trials of those already charged, he answered. “The others too, of course.” Smith said the prejudicial im- Authorities have resumed Pac‘ wou|d dePead on wheih?r cooroh     „    a    •    Saxbe    s    statements    were    widely died Thursday following a long 1    ^    /or Jbe weapon used in ^    ^    ^    which    a 6 murdering Donald Van Steenisi e . V    c and for a gun lost in the Cedar] river during a previous search for the murder weapon. UM Wf ATW* EOT OC AST $ Friday night will find rain over the plains and most of the Mississippi valley and Pacific northwest. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weather Rapids. Brenda Hilyer, Chula . Vista, Calif., and Danny Boyd, High temperatures Thursday, low    tem-1    r>„„; j oeratures overnight end inche* of    ore- j Cedar Rapids.    Linda    LrlawO, Manchester, and Larry Fried-lein,    Cedar    Rapids.    Peggy i Garner, Cedar Rapids, and I Barry Hyduk, Keokuk. Rhonda 1 Miller, Cedar Rapids, and Stephen Foster. Marion. Terri Hop-forecast — Chance kins and George Redford, both of rain through Sunday. Gener-!of Marion. cl pi ta lion .- Anchorage 45 TI L. Anodes 44 53 Atlanta 70 45 Miami 74 74 Bismarck «I 40 Min'aoolis 58 35 Chicago 58 38 .ll N. Orleans 73 54 Denver 74 50 New York 74 51 .03 Duluth 40 35 Phoenix 93 43 Honolulu 83 73 .ll Seattle 58 44 Houston 74 44 Washington 75 48 cemetery at I p.m. Locke’s, Waterloo. Anamosa — Carl C. Wehling, 54. Monday at 1:30 at Wayne j Zion Lutheran church. Friends I may call after 3 Saturday at Goettsch’s. Onslow — George Snyder, 80. Sunday at 2 at Hayden’s, Wyoming, where friends may call after I Saturday. Guttenberg —Fred Schrunk, 90. Saturday at 10:30 at St. John’s Lutheran church. Tuecke funeral home. illness. He was born June 12. 1894, in Cedar Rapids. He was a "•*- *"•* *>“*•    “■    “«•    certainly if everybody veteran of World war I.    luring..p.revious search^ „ am) everybody' was M r. Hendrickson was a    we po .    aware    of it. there is a possibility member of St. Mark’s Lutheran 'be search resumed Thursday |t^at    prevent    any    prose- church and was a    50-year    arour>d the western part of the    cution,’’    he    said. member of the Linn County and    Third    avenue bridge, with mag---- Iowa Bar associations.    He was a    nefs    being drawn under the    .    Dartai'c lifetime member of    Crescent    water    to attract the metal of the    CaSI    iQWw    rdpClS lodge. AF and AM. Cedar weapons.    fart) I PA Awards Rapids Consistory and El Kahir Van Steenis. 32-year-old Cedar tai ll lift HVvaiu Shrine, Elks club and Hanford Rapids auctioneer, died Feb. 12 DES MOINES (AP) — The American Legion post.    of a broken neck caused by one    Burlington Hawk    Eye won the He also was a member of the    of four bullets fired into his    1974 Newspaper    of the Year 1    Knights of Pythias and    had    back. No arrests have been    award, the Iowa    Press Assn. He was manager of the Hen-1    J'    Arn0    ’.    59’    of    2110 served many years on the board made.    said Friday, derson Light and Power Co at Ninth Stn?Ct SW’ dled Thursday of the Sunshinp Mission. He was    Early this month witnesses The announcement of the Bet- at University hospitals, Iowa active in the YMCA.    iwere called into the county at-ter Newspaper Contests award City,    from    injuries    he    suffered    Mr. Hendrickson had    been    torney’s office and questioned    came during the    association’s April    5    when    a    tire    rim hit    him    county attorney and had    been    under oath in connection with    meeting in Des Moines. in th' ho d    'very active in the Republican the murder investigation.    The    Hawk Eye also won first r>    •    party.    Shortly after that authorities place in contemporary affairs Bom March 5, 1915, in Central    —    began searching for the murder analysis, second in general ex- John J. Arnold Jewell for several years prior to serving in World war I. Later he worked for Consumers Power Co. at Armour, S.D. Mr. Henderson came to Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. April 26, 1926, as appraisal engineer in the accounting department and later headed the property accounting section. He was made rate and power sales engineer May 15, 1936. assistant to the president on Nov. I, 1945. assistant general manager May I, 1946, and vice-president for engineering Aug. I, 1950. He was , Surviving are two daughters. City, he had lived in Cedar Mrs. Robert E. Johnson. Cedar Rapids since 1941 and was co- Rapids, and Mrs. Sterling Del-owner of John and Ed’s service1zeP- Des Moines; a son. Carl. jr.. Cedar Rapids; and a sister. Extended ally fair and mild Monday and Tuesday. Highs mostly in the 60s and lows in 40s. Marriages Dissolved Mary S. and Michael —Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) station for 26 years. He was a . r cu    „ tt    ■$ a m    "'Ida    Hendrickson,    Cedar member of Sharon United Meth.|Rapjds; an(j four grandchi,drpn odist church and the American Servjces. ?urncr chape| fas( Legion    having    served    in World    at 1:30    p.m.    Saturday    by the war II.    Rev. David    Larson. Entomb- He was married to Mildred menU Chapel of Memories, named executive vice-president I Knight    at    Ryan Sept.    25, 1937.    Friends    may    register at    Turner Nov. 5. 1964.    Surviving    in    addition    to    his,east* The casket will not be He was a pioneer in the es- wife are two daughters, Mrs. °Pened at an.v time- Daniel Nelson and Linda Kluth. ^be family suggests that both of Cedar Rapids; four friends may, if they wish, con-grandchildren and three sisters, tribute to the memorial fund of weapon in the river around the cellence for daily newspapers. Third avenue bridge. During second in coverage of education, one of the searches. Chief Depu- second in excellence in advertis-ty Dennis Blome’s service re- jag layout and design, and third in reporting local government and in community services. Given the Master Columnist award was the Hawk Eye’s David Awbrev. Second was Rob- C. R. Weather High Thursday........ l/)w overnight .......... Noon Friday 2 p.m. Precipitation Total for April Normal for April Normal through April Total for 1974 .......... Barometer, rising ....... Humidity at noon tablishment of interconnections between power companies and the prosecutor’s office sought groups of power companies, and o________________________________y Flack. Judy Kay and Bruce    information for the grand jury a leader in the establishment of    Mrs. Jack Sullivan, South Lake    st- Mark’s Lutheran church or a Karen' Fine Diana Tea and    rather than for a trial- 0ne of the Mid-Continent Area Power    Tahoe. Calif.. Mrs. Clair Stone    charity of their choice. 73    Mark Edwaid Hazlett. Wilmer    these wns upheld by the U.S. Plan. He served as chairman of    king, route three, Marion, and 39 and Fern Werning. Leonard R. I circuit court of appeals and led the rate committee and on the Mildred Maynard. Los Gatos. and Viola Peery.    to the firing of the original pros- executive committee of the Mis- Calif. 50 18 None 2:41 j known NE pm to crass Fires Thursday. ecutor. Archibald Cox. Cox was dismissed souri Valley Electric Assn. Services: Beryl O. Werling Beryl 0. Werling, 55. of 1306 _________ Monday    at ll 1 n* r A a"*** u,Mmsstu whcn *le    Mr. Henderson was a member at Sharon United Methodist following a long illness He had .    . . !favrs refused to cease efforts to en- 0f the Lions club, Cedar Rapids church. Burial: Cedar Memorial been an employe of Wilson and 2.79 mf°ss 1 f,'anf "M,) force the subpoena. Die White chamber of Commerce. Cedar;with military services at the Co. for u years before illness and a rn Ellis boulevard NW, died Friday , (    ,    . r>dist fnllmirinr* !«,-,«    U^A    ^fond    hlc pOSltlOn. Bar Head Sees volver fell into the river. —Hearst— (Continued from Page I.) that area upside down.” he said. eri A Fleischer of the Clinton “I’m going to make an admi?- Herald, and lorn Miller of the sion - we don’t know where she Cherokee Daily Times was is. We are conducting a vigor- third ous investigation, if only to Miller won first place in edito-eliminate where she is not being rial excellence in the daily beld.’’    newspaper division, while Asked if he believed Saxbe’s Everett A. Streit and Fleischer remarks endangered Miss were second. Hearst or the investigation. Keo Mores of the Harlan Kelly said, “I don’t know. I’d News-Advertiser placed first for rather not go into that kind of editorial excellence in the week-thing. I’m sure Mr. Saxbe can ly division, followed by Reid K. Beveridge of the Williamsburg Journal-Tribune. The Vinton Cedar Valley Times picked up first places in the “Plus Business” contest, the reporting local government cat- 7 81    (1:28 p.m. Thursday, t’nkaown    released    the sub-Rapids Country club. Cedar grave by the American legion forced his retirement.    C L Ti. 9.16 to nrass cast of A street and P0™-*™ material rather than Rapids Engineers club, Linn Hanford post.    R    .    ..    R    .. boXDe threat •}0*>0 Twentieth avenue SW    take an appeal to the supreme county civil defense committee. Friends mav rail al the Tea- ho h-^a r a ' r a    ♦    It n    j*    r    j    •,    j TTO, 6:52 p.m. Thursday. Unknown court.    Missort    Valiev    Electric    Assn.,    hen funoraThomf fron 2 to 9 hi    i.    ra * J To Prosecution Wry for PaPers and cov; 0 to paper in woodbox at Bever Ordinarily subpoenas like the iowa Power Pool-administrativp c l I ^ c j a before mov,ng t0 Cedar Rapids    erage of women s news, and Wind direction and velocity at park    one issued Thursday are sought ommdtee and ^ techn c ii P    Satuurday and ,Sunday a"d about IO years ago. He was WASHINGTON (AP) - The was tied for second in contem- Gazette weaher station at 2 p m .7 25 p m T^ursda^M^lfunc- at the start of a tnaI but Ja- committee of'lowa Utilities ‘ t    ^    _H?!*    American Bar Assn’ president porary affairs analysis with the worski said advance action i Sp; at 17 mph Sun rises Saturday, 6:19; sun sets, 7:53 Year Ago Today — High, 72; low. 60; rainfall, 90. Traveler’s Forecast Saturday lion of alarm at Third street and Sixteenth avenue SE 9:13 p.m. Thursday. Rescue nett ssarv to allow time to tran- presbyterian church servinr as boat from Cedar lake 9 44 p.m. Thursday. Illegal and burning at 1546 Thirty-second street NE. prevent any delay from legal battles over the subpoena to 10:30 a m. The casket will not mold Feb. 18. 1942, at Bennett. He was a member of the First be opened after the service. He was a member of Trinity Lu- Friends may, if they wish, theran church of Cedar Rapids. In addition to his wife, he is scribe and process the material treasurer and chairman of the * k    a    ‘    ’ rind nrovnnt am, ani™ Un, I™*™™?. an(1 chairman of ne contribute in Mr. Arnold s name board of trustees. He also Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck . . . Shwrs 66-41 Chicago..... Shwrs 68-58 Cincinnati .. PtCldy 66-54 Cleveland ..... Fair 56-46 Des Moines ... Tshwrs 70-57! Detroit . Cloudy 62-65i Indianapolis . Cloudy 78-55 Kansas City . Tshwrs 78-50 Milwaukee Tshwrs 59-50 Mpls.-St. Pan I .. Tshwrs 52-42 Okla. City Tshwrs 78-55 i Omaha . . Tshwrs 72-51 St. Louis Tshwrs 78-55 Sioux Falls Shwrs 68-46 Degree Days Thursday ll Total to date 6,477 Through April 18, 1973 6.560 j Percent of normal year 97.58! Total normal year ..... 6.631 Petition for Bankruptcy Gary Lee Wells, 268 Jacolyn On the basis of our experience the former Iowa Utilities Assn with tapes of other presidential conversations, this is necessari- says Attorney General Saxbe Cherokee Daily Times, may have endangered the pros- General excellence awards in ecution of Symbionese Libera- the weekly division were won tion Army members charged by: Class I. Storm Lake Pilot-at the Sharon United Methodist survived by two sons. Marion,with a San Francisco bank rob- Tribune; Class 2. Cascade Pion- eer-Advertiser; Class 3, McGre- served as secretary-treasurer of church or Camp Good Health. Edward. Cedar Rapids, and bery. ly an arduous and time-consum- Surviving wife arc a Henderson, rive NW. Debts .ssets: $750, all claimed ex npt    opportunity Vernon Leonard Kolpek, for- his motion erlv doing business as Park in addition to his brother. Malcolm pringfield. Ohio, Kenneth Rac. Alburnett; seven ABA Chief Chesterfield Smith gor North Iowa Times. possible Ja worski said in Minneapolis, and Sarah Ru- daV following a sudden illness. James A. Whitmer    grandchildren:    four    brothers,    said Saxbe also may have im lamp* a U’hitrrmr 79 pf ift96 Donald, Des Moines, Maurice periled the prosecution of Pa-'    ‘    j (Ted), Davenport, Alvin, Wilton,, tricia Hearst if it turns out that are brought $7,212.43. mg Prow® and sh°uld be com- . o '    ^    F|* c S(0„ - Eighth avenue SW. died Thurs- ' davenport. Alvin. Wilton, incia Hears it it mod CX- menced at the earliest possible a™ two sisters, riorence moms,,    and    PauR    Cedar    RapldSi    and    a    criminal    charges la Mac Kolpek, Cedar Falb. Debts:    $91,319.94.    Assets $80,493. with $22,400 claimc “Best for All” Moreover, if litigation should Maaisfrate's Court Speeding Cor Phoenix, Am.; fined costs. Patricia Jackson, I Fourth avenue SE; fined $35 dolph, Atlantic. Services will he conducted in First    Presbyterian    church at I" .;o ,i m Saturd;) b> the Rev ^ ensue with respect to the sub- shew. Entombment: Chap-poena, it would    be best for all    ej    Memories. F’riends may concerned that    such    litigation    ca|j    Turner east    until 9 p.m. be initiated promptly    to avoid    prjday The casket    will not he Magistrate Court Born March 21. 1902, near WH- siser- Darlene Rice- T‘P,on- a«ainst her: ton, he had been a resident of Services:    Trinity    Lutheran    ln    an    interview    Thursday,___ Cedar Rapids since 1929.    church at 10:30 a m. Monday by ‘Smith was questioned about the Mr. Whitmer retired as a the Rev. Richard Thompson,    implications of Saxbe’s Harold Downing millwright with Penick and Burial: Inland cemetery. Ben- statement labeling the SLA and Ford Ltd.. in 1967, following 34 nett. Friends may call at Miss Hearst a group of “com-years of employment. He was a Turner chapel west until 9 p.m. mon Held to Grand Jury Harold Downing, no address, criminals” and Miss member of Grain Millers local Sunday and at the church from Hearst a willing participant in waived a preliminary hearing -Win Berry. thc oossibilitv of Mstooninn the ' "'"'7 Lu 'T^'LtuT " IOO and Carpenters Heal SM.    » a.m. lo 10:25 a.m. Monday. Monday's robbery.    Wednesday in magistrates cd Son and “ P?sslD""> O' postponing inc opened al Ihe churchy The (ami- Hf WJJ ^am(>d |#    R    The casli0, win no, hp onrnod smith was asked if Saxbe's court and was bound over to the 7(U Some of tho tapes are also \LTZsh. 'rontHbuTe" m^the.^113" in (“I m davenport. He after thc service Mississippi Stages (Flood stagrs in hrarkrt.^) Lacrosse (12) 9.6, rise .2 Lansing (18) 10.8, rise .4 Dam (18) 20.3, rise .6 McGregor (18) 13.1, rise .7 Guttenberg (15) U A. rise Dubuque (17) 13.7, rise .4 Davenport (151) 12.3. rise Keokuk (16) 11.8, rise .3 z 2457 aary committ<’e in a separate choice Russell subpoena under consideration by the White House. A subpoena Memorial Midway drive NW; Collins, 5001 Kesler road NW; Kay Netolicky. Ely; Martin,from the senate Watergate com-M c S h a n e, Coggon. Ronald m|tteo i5 stm in |he rourts Charles H. Hancock Charles H Hancock. 67. of the Anthony Saturday Services tv. at comments could be considered grand jury on a charge of drunk prejudicial and damaging to the driving. prosecution of any charges that He was arrested April 4. worked for the Haegg Construe- Peking, tion Co. until 1932 as an erection 10:30 a.m. engineer, and was a partner in Central Assembly of God by t uhitmor    j    escribe Rev. Ramon Booth. Burial: Frit* 94S7 Fruitland hnninvord I*-    •••    i‘»'-    '-«**•    t    Whitmer    and    So S^ cccjar Memorial. Arrangements SW- ea’h rmed $30 and    The conversations sought by '925 B avenue NE. died Wednes-builders firm for 14 years. by Cedar Memorial.    , ITborah RoWnson 1249 Thnd tho prosecutor's office range day after a short illness. Born Surviving in addition lo his Guthrie. Mildred trances _ Par,lal WW- Smith rep bed. I enue NE pled guilty Thursday avenue SW; Marjorie Topmka. from |a(e june 1979 immedi- March ll, 1907, in Clinton, he wife is a daughter. Mrs. Myron Mt. Zion Baptist church at 3 would not be surprised if an in-in magistrates court to a —‘J-    ’    37-year    employe    of    the    Geiken,    Vinton; two sons, Keith, Saturday by Dr. LeRoy genious defense attorney on the charge of drunk driving and might be brought against Miss the Hearst. “The potentials for prejudice Ramon Booth. Burial: can on]y he weighed when you're trying to impanel an im- $300 Fine Given For Drunk Driving Gerald Schmidt, 133112 C av- Toddville; Martin Roach. 2046 »• ., 1 r, t, > ni-m. mf L* . . atel\ after the Watergate break- was a North To\ant place NE, Faye,, ^ jime ^ |9^ the day Chicago and North Western Bloomington, 111., and White. Eastern Star services .07 OUT at cut (13) 6.2$. f.ll g*jdnaMndyde> Coralville Lake Pool level Friday 670.82 Births Mercy daughter; Jan Point, a son Wenger. Center Eighth avenue SE; Allen Ha-mood, Tama; each fined $20 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Marv Thomsen. 616 Owen April 18 —    To    the    families    of    street NW; Barbara Hepker, Scott Foreman.    3030    Bever    3858 Falbrook drive NE; Jan- avenue SF. a    son; David    Waxac,;    jce jansat Ely; each fined $15 4125 Fourteenth avenue SE. a and costs. Improper lane change — Bessie Bradley, 3340 Robins road NW; fined $30 and costs. Faulty equipment — Frank Peterman, rural Marion; David Walter, 3402 O avenue NW; Loren McQuerry, 4069 Soutter avenue SE; each fined $10 and costs. Plate violation— Ix>ren Mc-Querrv, 4069 Soutter avenue SE; Anita Galkin, 4101 Sixteenth avenue SW; each fined Higgins, 3867 Midway drive — ---- ----, — —j Schwab, Swisher; Nixon spent 12 hours listening to ra,|road c2ir v *°2H. South,a™J some of the earlier tapes drive SW; Kathie Meggers, 521    v proper occasion would raise it was fined $300 and costs. Cedar Rapids; Ohio Man Held On Old Warrant Births — St. Luke's April 18 — To the families of Robert L. Reece, 3030 Eighteenth avenue, Marion, a daughter; John A. Maxwell. Fairfax. a daughter; Marcus Trapp. • route I, Cedar Rapids, a daughter; Robert C. Johnson, New’ hall, a daughter; Dean llon-komp. 2925 Johnson avenue NW. a daughter; Bill Leslie, Tower Terrace, Marion, a son; John A. Lefter*, 3633 Fourteenth avenue SE, a daughter; Kenton Hatcher, 1105 Fourth street, Marion, a son; William (Hinger. No. 2. Cottage Grove Woods SE, a son. Out of Town Births At Sioux Falls — Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Taylor, a son April 18. Mr. Taylor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor. 2721 Virginia drive SE At the time of his death, Mr.: (children; two Hancock was chief clerk for the'Charles Wetzel. Muscatine, and P-m- ,*day and a.t,th„e_^hurch nancocK was emu cicik lur me    _    from IO a.m. until 2:30 p.m. firm in Cedar Rapids.    (Mrs. James Nephew, Tucson,!wju not ^g opened He married Ruth Johnson Nov. Ariz., and a brother. Walter, after the service. 24. 1937. in Ames. She survives, j Muscatine. .Services were held Friday at Services: Turner chapel west 20 YEARS AGO Russia's A man arrested early Friday 3 p.m. at the Stark-Welin chap- at 1;30 p.m. Monday by the Andrei Vishinsky said the Soviet in a car that was reported el, Boone, by the Rev. Richard Hev. Marlin Whitmer and the Union had “built the hydrogen stolen is being held in the Linn (Joins. Burial:    Linwood Park Hev. Ronald Whitmer. Burial: bomb but still demanded procounty jail on a 1971 warrant cemetery. Boone    Cedar Memorial. Friends may hibition of all atomic and hydro- from Dayton. Ohio, charging Memorials may be given to caP at Turner chapel west. gen weapons. him with assault with a deadly the Cedar Rapids Woman’s club    — weapon.    scholarship fund. Larce Revlett, 51, of 325 First    - avenue SE. was stopped at 2:11    Highway    Reopened a,m- »y F«lice about fen min-1 BELFAST (AP) _ The Bel-1 lites after a car was reported i fast-Dublin highway was reo-stolen from Rapids Chevrolet. ^ ,raffic FHd afteri When police ran a computer; bejng sca|cd by an al|.nipht Wayne, wdj dc conducted a, graveside:    .    .    .,    ..    .    ,,    ... u ... eight grand- in Oak Hill cemetery Friends a-° s01™ ,-vPe of evidence (hat He was arresled March 22. sisters, Mrs. may call at Turner east until 9!___. <C s o let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phons answered 24 hours every day 'ai: $10 and costs. Improper pacing check on Revlett, they found the k()n,h sr irp Mary Briggs. Lisbon; fined'outstanding warrant.’ $25 and costs.    ———— Driver’s license violation— Marilyn Bel cher. Newhall: fined $10 and costs. At Hutchinson, Minn. — Mr. Saturday at 2 at Peterseim’s. and Mrs. Harrold Glanville. a Burial: Sharon Hills cemetery, daughter April 19. Mrs. Clan-    Decorah —    Clarence    Engen,1 Ville is the daughter oi Mr. and j 84 Steine’s. Mrs. Reginald K. Watters, 1221    Sigourney — Stella    Raben, Twenty-ninth street NE.    g4 Reynold’s. . .    . j .    Waterloo    —    Norman D. Gra- Marriage Licenses ham, 46. Servies Saturday at Kathryn Baker, Center Point,, IO at Raymond United Method-and Douglas Lowe, Cedar ist church. Burial: Center Point Byron Anniversary LONDON (AP) - The 150th Iowa Deaths    anniversary    of the death of Lord Tama _ Fannie Rund. 91.    w“    ™"'mcmoratcd Fri- Monday at IO at St. Patrick’s;day ,n *be Poets Corner of Catholic church. Rosary: Sun- Westminster Abbey, day at 7:30 p.m. at Mason-Hand’s. Burial: Holy Trinity cemetery, rural Toledo. Kalona — Fannie Yoder, 89. Shm’t Special! Let her Know with Flowers PIERSON’S rshopr 1800 ELLIS BLVD. 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