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ISSUE: Proposal to buy downtown building
OUR VIEW: Idea and business plan sound good
In the 1950s and ’60s, J.J. Newberry five-and-dime stores defined rural retailing. The company dominated downtown Elizabethtown and consumed one corner of Public Square.
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