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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATIONAL WI AT HF I MtVICI FOttCAST TAM t IT K ~ >4 Of AT Senators Void The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Wed., August 14. 1374 JA She! ook His Car, But Left Him His Birthday Suit u^Srumman!! Greek Officer: U. S. Must Pull Forces Out A Marion man celebrated his 48th birthday Tuesday, not by receiving a present, but by having his car stolen while he was in his birthday suit in tho Cedar river northwest of Cedar Rapids. The man reported the episode began as he was drinking in a avern in Cedar Rapids Tuesday rate of speed. His keys, which WASHINGTON (AP) - A $100 he had left in a small tree, were million loan agreement for pro-gone, as were tho woman and duction of the F-14 jot fighter bv I his car, which ho valued at $340. th<* Grumman Aerospace Corp. He walked about a mile to a has been killed by the senate, farmhouse, c over e d himself “It is time to put a stop to the j”j with leaves and woke up the corporate bailout syndrome," farmer by knocking on his door Sen Proxmire (D-Wis.) said The farmer ga* e (Continued from Page I ) iKythrea, 18 miles northeast of I Nicosia, and toward Skylloura, three outposts west of the caph 14 miles northwest of the capita! The Turkish Cypriot radio A Greek government commu- stat'°" said Turkish artillery at- , iT ,    .    ■ •    „eofln nf B nique said because    NATO had tacked both points him a pair Tuesday in winning passage of a ^ ‘ n una^]e man roporlod (^sheriffs office about 9:15 p m Check Discrepancies AO, UR WI AIM!I f DKX Ait $ During versation, the Linn sheriff’s office, the woman suggested that the two go “skinny dipping." His Account Rain is expected Wednesday night from the upper Plains region into the upper Mississippi valley. Mostly fair elsewhere. DEATHS Emil O. Vondracek The Weather Hiqh temperatures Tuesday, lew temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation : Anchorage    67    49    L Angeles    77    65 Atlanta .    86    71    Miami    86    79    .26 Bismarck    82    61    .06    Min apolis    80    63 Chicago    77    66    N Orleans    90    72    .64 Denver    90    58    New York    8s    72 Duluth    70    53    .04    Phoenix    104    84 Honolulu    68    77    Seattle    90    55 Houston    94    77    .88    Washington    89    70 His account of what happened then follows: The girl drove them in his car to the Cedar river Cedar Rapids. They left their clothes in the car and went to the river bank, where she talked him into div ing into the river. When he suggested she dive in also, she said she wanted to gc her cigarets from the car and left to go to the car. Heard Car Soon he heard the sound of his Turkey The Greek Cypriot government radio charged Turkey with a “cowardly and unprovoked attack” but added “our forces are maintaining their po-.. ,.. M... in I*.-.-*- i >tions despite the air suprem-navy and their relationship with ,, rema:n member °f thetacy °f cowardly enemy.” congress “has been character- W0UlfJ r,er"ain a mcmner ot ,ne|    J J ;ized by concealment, deception, P°llt,cal alliance.    Makarios Call Sheriff Walter Grant said it    mismanagement of government The action was similar to I hat    Archbishop Makarios, deposed has been    determined    that    the    programs and corporate bail-Taken by the late President De    president of Cyprus, called on woman’s name is not Kathryn, outs."    Gaulle    of    France,    but    a    govern-    ■world’s    major    powers Wed- but that no arrest has been The resolution, adopted by a spokesman was unable to nesday to rescue the eastern made.    53 to 35 vote, won the support of | *ay whether NATO bases in; Mediterranean island from He said    his deputies    also    are    Sen. Coldwater (R-Ariz), who Greece would be dismantled as    “barbarous Turkish aggres- northwest^of c^iec^*n8 ou^ some discrepant said that although he believes they were in France.    sion." cies between the mans story the F-14 is a fine aircraft, he But a high Greek officer said “What the Turks failed to shown. headache solved. [Tornado Swiftly Destroys Decades of Dedicated Labor being driven off at a high GM Sticking By Price Rise Despite Chiding dkthoit (UPI) Seeley avenue SE; Lynn Clifft,I Emil (J. Vondracek,    88,    De 1424 A avenue NE; Richard Smet. S. D., died Sunday after    a    car nan,cl    N •«"**• ^ ^rtSKj Eighteenth street NW; Terry Feb- 29- l8sfi- ;|nd formerly of Reece, Center Point; William Cedar Rapids, he attended Sampson, 2901 Russell drive schools in Cedar Rapids and NE; Sharon Kruse, 8817    Kel-    ^ , burn lane NE; William Lawe, ^as., graduated from Cedar C ft Weather    route one, Marion; each lined Rapids business college. u. , T',‘    a. $30 and costs. Kent Munsell,    He    and his wifGf the formt,r High Tuesday ............... 81,654 Tw'enty-sixth street SE;    *_n    Voleskv moved to Yale Low overnight ...............63 Richard Stuckey 250 North-    whpre he onor^od a hard iMotors    plans to stand Noon Wednesday .............78    piaftc*NJ?’    Michael    Rosen    * IL-where he nm ra.od a hard-1 01 berg, 3076 Circle drive NE, _________________ _________ I p.m. Wednesday ............"U    john Wall, 560 Forest drive SE;!    " ur;„ price of Precipitation ..............None    each fined $20 and costs. Total for August ............6.18    Prohibited parkins —    Mar- Normal for August    ^jSI'S'S^a^>S.aVC’ Normal through August ..    23.16; Driver's license violation — Total for 1974 ..............37.671 Harry Hilton, 1631 Richmond Barometer, rising .........30.15    roJd*|*:- ‘!acd 810 arnd c°s!fj: „    .ur”ve’    1U.    ’ a S0”’Ty criticized GM for its latest after the disaster, the scene was Humidity at noon..........72% Mayer, HO Sixteenth41 avenue I    a,?    '    ^    ’    ♦    grand."    announced price boost. Thej0ne of devastation. The corn; Wind direction and velocity at SW; fined $30 and costs.    , ,r, ? n an "° ^rea ‘ most recent price increase j field on the east side of the1 o nm -jt o mnh    Reckless driving — Robert|granacmiaren.    means the new model vehicles gravel road across from the Services: Brosh chapel, Cedar,that will go on sale next month farnl was leveled Power lines! Rapids. 10:30 Clarence also was postmaster. died Aug. 12. 1954. His wife [)11( 0 truck and what their investigation has wanted “to get this perpetual the move means the U.S. will (achieve at the Geneva confer* have to withdraw from Greece once by blackmail and gunboat all tactical nuclear weapons j diplomacy, they are now at-kept there as part of the over-j tempting to get by brutal all NATO deterrent strategy. > force." the archbishop said. He said Greece would have to! Makarios claimed Turkish close down a NATO missile jets were killing defenseless ci-range on Crete and that the U.S. jvilians and that Turkish troops By Terry Hunter    power    lines    sagged    across    Sixth f,oet wou,d lose s0me faci‘ werc trvin* to occupy more ter- cmntv pp mon t foiinH'itinn*    r'torv on the island. RYAN—A faid-summer tor-    Representatives    of    the    15 gov- At the Geneva conference, nado that dipped suddenly to    Helds    leveled    ernments in the North Atlantic Turkey proposed creating six earth left    two farm    families    *    r°Ps m a f*e^d north ^Alliance held an    urgent meeting    autonomous regions for the homeless    Monday afternoon    the    farm wcre ,cvel(>d by the!Wednesday and    most of them    Turkish Cypriots on the island. min, 'rut a of a ai rut, J ,wist(lf and in the field ,0 thf to,d GreeCP they hoped its with- The Turkish Cypriot enclaves wiping out. decades of dedicated    re]atjvcs    and    friends    of    drawal from the. military organ- wou,d cover about one-third of labor.    the    Flanagan family searched jzation would only be tempo-    the island, including some of its The Gib    Becker farm    of rural    for    undamaged possessions and rary, a NATO    spokesman an-!m°st fertile areas, though Turk- General Prairieburg, and the Glenn ,arrh tools.    nounced. firm on! Flanagan farm of rural Rvan: Although damage to the two< (peneva iaJks collapsed when the Turks walked out aft- more 18 NE' ware store for manv years and decision to hike the average vvere demolished at4'30pm by    ^    ( d int,| ware store ior many years anal_5 f ]975.mode, car or ™Q__™ilievab,e’ more amazin8- mor€ er Greece and the Greek Cypri- by almost $500 despite|the tornado that ki,led uncount- unbelievable were the surround- ots refused to consider the j pleas from President Ford to ed numbers of livestock but in- ing farms, lying serene, un- Turkish proposal to form two Surviving are two daughters, ^ejp brjng inflation under jured no family members. touched, undamaged by the tor- federal states of Greek and Mrs Thad O’Reefe De Smet, control.    To    a    Gazette    reporter    ap.;nado    that    surged    upward    again    Turkish Cypriots on Cyprus. S.D. ; Mrs. Robert Hup. Tgp pmsiHpnt Monday sham- nmnAiiir, the Becker farm and passed them by. .    Britain and Greece proposed a The President Monday sharp- preaching ly criticized GM 2 p.m., SE: at 9 mph.    I..    01£?    . Negro, 816 Thirtieth street! Sun rises Thursday, 6:14; sun drive SE; fined S50 and costs. Hail Damage Delware county soil conservation official George Carlson of but sets, 8:07. Year Ago Today — High, 79; low, 65; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck ..... a m. Friday bv will cost an average of $1,000 ancj barbed wire fences lay onl^/j^ Traffic signal violation David Gregory, 1058 Regent the Rev- Clarence Erana. each more than they cost last street NE; fined $25 and costs. Burial: Czech National. Friends August. Rickv Weeter, Springville; may can at the chapel after 1! A GM spokesman said Mon-Chirk, Mnt. VernonTline"3™!?, I P m' Thursday.    I    day    GM    “will    stand    by    its    letter and costs.    — ■tribune an officer _ Ber-1 Qrvillo J. Gibli the road, where but one lane of traffic moved and that cautiously- Scattered Belongings nard Tshwrs 67-50! trppt Chicago .........PtCld.v    89-711’    ’ PtCldy 85-661 G o r s c h, Marion; 1093 fined Cincinnati Cleveland ... Des Moines . Detroit ...... Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha .....• St. Ixiuis .... Sioux Falls . . Prohibited passing Eleventh S50 and Ber- 'rviiie J. Violin Orville J. Giblin, 63, of 1046 Third avenue SE], died at Veter- ish Cypriots make up only percent of the population. Large Displacements The Greeks and Greek Cypriots turned down the proposal saving that it would require large population displacements. Greek Premier Constantine Car-amalis accused the Turks of intransigence, and Foreign Minister George Mavros said the The British government said plan was “preposterous.” Manchester said the hail dam-jtbe Royal air4/on^ sta? | “We were expected to accept may be as severe as the ^    Tv!^!^onditionaUy their terms,” form damage    1?^.    troops    at    the    three    Mgvros    told    newsmen.    “They British bases on Cyprus.    t    j    lh    rnmmander It was concentrated rn the    ?    ^    ^ y a commander Hazel Green and Union town-    derides Appeal    in    chief    treats    a    defeated    en- ships, generally south and east! Cyprus President Glafcos emy' of Ryan. The storm cut a three derides the leader of the Greek A Turkish government broad- said the Turkish invasion of 40.000 men and 300 48-hour cooling off period, the Turks refused. P‘CWy 81-«0 nard Bennett, 2030 Glass road!81,8    Iowa    City,    Tuesday . Tshwrs . .PtCldv . .PtCldv . .PtCldy .. Shwrs 90-63 82-59! NE; fined $15 and costs. Right-of-way violation to dealers" to charge nearly IO    .    ,    ,    . percent more, on top of an av- Gn the west side of the road alto four-mile swath through the Cypriots, appealed to other na- ^asl erage $546 boost during the cur- car was wrapped tightly in the area, stripping corn fields and tions to intervene and told news- ^ce leaving only barren stalks in men in Geneva that the Turks!tanks,on Cyprus was It i many fields. the Hail stones solu- own PtCldy PtCldv rent model year. In many in-:limbs of a large tree. stances, however, the cars now Everything was crushed. It.many    fields.    are    trying    to    impose    “a carry standard equipment that'seemed impossible that the Hail    stones as    large as fists    tion    according    to    their was previously optional.    Becker family could have sur-j fell in    the storm aiea, according    will. In the letter to dealers, Er-1 viced in the debris-filled base- to the    Delaware    county exten- jnest Starkman. a GM vice-pres-jment beneath the leveled struc-|sion service. ence of Cyprus and to provide {security for the Turkish commu-inity on the island." It charged ‘strong Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday . Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 4.8. fall .3 Lansing (18) 8.6, fall .3 Dam 9 (18) 14.4, fall .1 McGregor (18) 7.6. Gall I Guttenberg (15) 5.4, fall .1 Dubuque (17) 8 4. no change Davenport (15) 5-9, no change Keokuk (16) 6.0, rise .6 after a short illness. Born E'eb. o,         -......— Ti- 22, 1911. at Parnell, he had lived 0070 mothy Martin. 4420 Bowling I in Cedar Rapids for the last 62 on    I street SW; Robert Clark, 18i.,.ar_ ft a rn Tcnth avenue NW: cach fincd y    ldent’    said*    “We    realize    thatjture. rs ”g'ga|$20 and costs.    He was a graduate of old, r»ur 1975 model prices reflect a All that was left standing was 90-701    )”■    S    VVashinSton high school, a veter-;substantial increase. But we a partial corn crib. PtCldy 82-56! fjnpctr'j5Q an^j °costs. f LaVern an ^or*d war member ofihave no alternative in light of j Farmers and neighbors cover-Gipe, Palo; Kyle Reynolds, 2418 j American Legion and was arapidlv rising material and la-|ed exposed stores of grain and Ninth avenue SE; William Nix, past business agent and pres-bor costs over which we have hay with a tarp to protect it from j 42 612 Sixth avenne SE; each ident of Iron Workers local 89.    “““ I- .. fined $10 and costs.    _    , , Surviving are two sisters Iowa Deaths    Mrs. Clinton E. Shaeffer, Cedar {emission standards which have| A dead calf lay in tho ruins of Mrs. Judd Van Rapids; Mrs. Roger W. Huff,| been mandated by the Friday at 2 at!\jiami, E'la., and a brother, Les-|men^” enough to occupy the entire island.” but “Turkey has no territorial plans on the island.” It charged that Greek Cypriot,    iots continued to hold unarmed tack to protect the mciepend-    „    •    *    ii-    t  i r,    j    i    v    j    turkish Cvpnots in vio ation of Turkey said it renewed the at- Seal! Will Stay At U.N. Position (that the Greeks and Greek Cypriots at Geneva showed that UNITED NATIONS (AP) — they “still considered Cyprus a {only limited control and the ne-'further damage from rain or John Scali has accepted an invi- completely Greek island." Jcessity of complying with 1975 wind.    tatinn    from President Ford to Associated Press correspond- reported* from Hawkeye - Bocklin, 67. United Methodist church, Aloha f merlon - Miinr’s    lie T. Giblin, Hohokus, N.J. I Tho 0,hcr three auto com-of what once had been Brooklyn — Blanche Crops.    The body is at the Stewart fu- f)an^ — Ford,    Chrysler and    Beckers’yard    and    home. 72. Friday at 2 at Presbyterians    neral home where arrange-1 American Motors    — had no of-    “Impossible,”    neighbors said church. Nevcnhoven’s.    i    ments are pending.    |ficiaI    comment on the Presi- softly, “how could anyone have Memorial Services    Kent's calls for voluntary price- possibly survived." Many had < 9- Friday at IO at St. Josephs memorial cervices    roctraintc    fcVirH    hoc    m    .    ut Catholic church. Rosary Thurs- Wright, Marvin - Turner1^,I    f    Jiff    an*    never boforo "'tnessed such a day at 8 at McSwiggin nnd ' chapel east at noon Wednesday!    a    tcntatlve    in*    scene of devastation. Uhlman’s, Williamsburg.    j    by Dr. John P. Woods. There;crease- Independence — Emily    was cremation committal. i E’ord, who for 25 years rcpre- Lukes, 74. Friday at 9 at St.    Strickler. Cindy — Turner jsented a western    Michigan (Ii Mary s, Lamont. White s.    chapel east at 10:30 Thursday Vinton — Ruthford Peterson, by the Rev. Lyle Kuehl. Burial:,    .    .    . *6. Whtte«Phitlipfs.    Csntobcll cemetery Friends    ssidl    Mofldsi — Donald govern-1 a feed lot. Large sows were strewn throughout the shambles|s,on the tation from President F'ord to remain as head of the U.S. mis-to the U.N., a Cedar at C.R. (13) 4.40, fall .08 Births — Mercy Aug. 13 — To the families of Michael Emerson, 2911 Sixth street SW. a daughter; Leslie Bateman. HIO Twenty-second avenue SW, a son; Bernard Beuter. 1364 E isenhower road, Hiawatha, a daughter; Larry Weber. 2617 Primrose lane SW. a son. Births — St. Luke's Aug. 13 To the families of Randall Northway, 6703 Inwood lane NE, a son; Timothy Belz, I o w a City, a I daughter; William Zanders, 3900 Sherman street NE. ai son: David MVskimen, Solon, a son; Ronald llird, Garrison, a son. Marriage Licenses Evelyn Peeinovsky and Rob-; ort Morriarty, Kim Marchal and Dwight Conrad, Earlem Edwards and Brian Erba, Mar-; cene Kula and Gerald Turner,! Phyllis Reichenauer and Gary Koschmcder, all of Cedar Rapids, Marita Ball. Springville, and Craig Titler, Alburnett. Sandra Haney, Marion, and William Taylor, Iowa City. ent Alex ETty Nicosia that one target of the mission ifjrsj ajr attack was ^e head- spokesman said Tuesday.    quarters of the 950-man Greek Scali, 56, became head of the army contingent near the Nico-mission with ambassadorial sia airport, rank on Feb. 20. 1973, He wae    After the initial air trikes, ! the cease-fire agreement and that Turkey “could no longer tolerate this situation." IRS Won't Swallow 55 Claimed Dependents LOS ANGELES (UPI) - William Hanks, 57, an electrical inspector, was charged with violating income tax laws. The Internal Revenue Service became suspicious of Hanks’ declaration that he had 55 Richard Nixon’s third appointee | ground fighting appeared    to    fan    | to the post, following Charles lout to the east and west    of    the Yost and George Bush.    j capital.    |    Climbers Die Scali was born in Canton. Heavy fighting was reported ZERMATT, Switzerland (AP) .    [Ohio,    and    was    educated at Bos- 0n the road leading to the east- - Two Austrian and two West -> v scene at the Flanagan (on university. E'or 27 years, he ern c jty of Famagusta. ;G e r rn a n mountain climbers More Tragic Oxford — Donald E. Johnson, 54. Friday at 2 at First Federated church. Visitation after 7:30 Wednesday at Oxford chapel. George L. Gay’s. Anamosa — Mrs. L. L Al-baugh, 71. Friday at I at Goettsch’s. Arlington Howard L. Fish, 37. Thursday at 1:30, Church of Christ. Gleim’s. Traer — Wallace Siemens, 51. Thursday at 1:30, Erickson’s. Buttal: Memorial Waterloo. Tama — Mrs. Carl Woodworth. 70. Thursday at ll, St Paul Lutheran church. Friends may call at Mason-Hand’s until 9 Thursdav. may call at Turner ca> trict in which GM was a major I farm seemed even more tragic he was Here the house was also leveled disappointed in GM’s decision. Additionally, however, it was American Broadcasting Co —Nixon— (Continued from Page ahead on positive He strongly urged the GM in- difficult to distinguish where it! crease not be viewed as a sig- had once stood. Only the group-1 to raise prices. was a diplomatic reporter for Turkish tanks were reported ad- were killed in a fall in the Mat-the Associated Press and later dancing along that highway to-|terhorn region Monday, police ward the Gre^k Cypriot town of reported Tuesday. rial bv others pro ngs of small shrubs and plantings outlined where the recently-built home had been located One Ryan farmer remarked that it looked as though someone had dropped a bomb. A SEOULD (AP) — A military {Coggon woman said the wind-Park,!resignation Nixon ordered hisiSP111^ convicted 36 more persons hreak west of the homestead aides not to seek any deals Tacsday of Plotting to over-looked as though it had been throw President Chung Hee swept bv move grams. In a related development, the Baltimore Sun said in Wednesday’s editions that prior to his Koreans Convict 36 of Plotting his any future prose u- -Mortgages- (Continued from Page I.) ala cm NE. 42 j).rn, at Fires Tuesday. 7 Sixteenth Faulty street Tuesday. Assistance Thirty-fourth street 5:14 p.rn call at 541 SE. 8.27 p.m. Ttiesdav. Short in battery cable at Second street nnd Fifth avenue SE. 1:21 a rn. Wednesday Mistaken alarm at J street and Eighteenth avenue SW. Magistrate s Court needing    Robin Hull, preventing tion. Quoting what it called authoritative sources, the Sun said that Nixon ordered his key aides, even before his final decision to resign, to make no approaches to congress for lenient treat-"points" to make up the dif- ment. ference between the 9 percent in The Sun also said it was told their loan agreement and the IO that the subject of immunity for percent return the lender proba- Nixon was not discussed when blv would be demanding. white House Chief of Staff Alexin cold cash the buyer would under Haig visited Jaworski have had to pay his maximum shortly after then-Vicc-president permissible one point, or $300 on Lord was informed of Nixon’s a $30,000 loan, and the seller decision. would hav° to forfeit 6 5 points, The Sun quoted one uniden-or $1,950 cf the sale price.    tiffed White House source as The 9.5-| ercent rate would saying that Haig was specifical-still leave he buyer open for Iv instructed not to attempt any Chung Hee swept by a forest fire. Park, the defense ministry an- F’arm equipment a new trac-nounced Wednesday.    tor. sprayer, a plow and other This brought to 171 the'machinery -lay useless and number of persons4 convicted n a k e d . their oncc-protective since Jan. 8. when Park began a barns and sheds crushed and crackdown on his opponents. On and blown away before the April 3 he decreed the death wind’s destructive force, penalty for anti-government ac- Small feeder pigs were scat-tivities.    tered among the ruins. Dead One of the defendants, Lee------- Sung-jae, drew life imprisonment. Thirteen were sentenced to 15 years in prison, another thirteen to 12 years, eight received 10-year terms and one a sentence of five to IO years. Jrhf (f rdttr UnpitU (6:ttrHc Established In 1*91 bv The Gazette Co ana published dally and Sunday at SOO Third ave SE. Cedar Rapids. Iowa 52406 Second clos- postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier *5 cents o week Bv mail Night Edition and Sundav 6 issues S3 75 a month, S39 OO o v*or Af ternoon Editions and Sundav 7 issues S3 SS a month S40 OO a year Other stotes and U.S. territories SAO OO a veer No Mott Subscriptions accepted In oreos having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use tor republication of all the local news printed in this news paper as well as all AP news dispatches Since 1909 flowers for all occasions JOHN E. LAPES Convenient downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE    3654)511 ut es ii. . now uhs . frump! Itrlirrry I'Hk’S Fill FIO WE It SIMM* 5(K)S Center Pl. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 SHUSS 9 KS hi is BROSH CHAPEL ’/U'vrUwl lo I'tihlir- S'rt'tce" Inquire About Our Pre-arranged Service* Cedar Rapids Solon the same $3(; > surcharge and ex tract about *940 from the seller. The change in interest rates Agnew I would boost the buyer’s mouthily payments from about $238 at ! 9-percent rate on a $300,(MM) deals and that Nixon “certainly wasn’t going to get into an posture of plea bargaining ” c7*l j* #* Light Up Someone's day with Flowers $ PIERSON’S I 800 Ellis Blvd. NW FlOWIRPHONf 366-1 826 RMH SHOP 1036 Nineteenth street SE; Ll,. William Meisner, 308 Fortieth    ,    , Street drive SE; David Tyler.!loan P«*d over 30 years to about Waterloo; Richard Feller, 2830 $248 at 9 5 percent. o Let our Flowers express your respect and love FLORIST and GIFT SHOP    364-8139 phone answeted 24 hours every day. j i i M i n rn < -iprvinc* all faith 'N c: ▼ mil Cill AOAmlJI I since 1888. .)< )hnB.lurner&S( >11 Turner s East, 800 Second Ave. SL V. Turner’s West, 1221 First Ave. West J “Everything Sold By 6 PM and We Hadn't Even Opened Our Gazette!" 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