Excerpt from "Between the Lines" column in today's Sunday Register, May 27, 2012:
You could ride up the escalator to the jukebox on the second floor, drop in a dime and play Simon and Garfunkel’s “Cecelia.” For a quarter you could also get “Satisfaction” and “Let it Be.” You could ride down the elevator and the attendant would push the button for you, and close the door.
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The storefront had a light green façade with a wide recessed double-door along a display window at the entrance. Drapes and other household goods were in the basement; so was the toy section, the banana-seat bikes ($40) and a Hot Wheels 360 degree track ($8). A lot of product was emblazoned with the familiar JCPenney fat font or the Towncraft brand.
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