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Built in 1971 by Robert Vickrey and Gabe Anton, local businessmen, in the Clemens Center Mall. It had an earth tone color scheme featuring beige Italian marble, a large free-standing marquee, 550 Heywood-Wakefield rockers, and other equipment by Century, Kollmorgen, Strong and Eprad. The architect was Louis Wiltse. It was closed around 1981 and went over to retail use.