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  1. Sebastian Spering Kresge (July 31, 1867 – October 18, 1966) was an American businessman. He created and owned two chains of department stores, the S. S. Kresge Company, one of the 20th century's largest discount retail organizations, and the Kresge-Newark traditional department store chain.

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    Under the leadership of executive Harry Cunningham, S.S. Kresge Company opened the first Kmart-named store, at 27,000 square feet (2,500 square meters), which was referred to by Kresge as a "bantam" Kmart and was in fact originally intended to be a Kresge store until late in the planning process, on January 25, 1962, in San Fernando, California, just six months before the first Walmart opened ...

  3. Cliff Kresge (born 1968), professional golfer Meir Lichtenstein , first Haredi mayor of a U.S. municipality with a significant non-Jewish population [193] Joseph Mayer (1877–1942), mayor of Belmar, New Jersey who later served on the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders [194]

  4. Roberta's husband, Marshall, is meeting with two dark-suited men inside his house, and has no desire to listen to and help Scully figure out what is going on. Scully visits Kresge, wanting to look further into Roberta Sim's suicide, despite the fact that the police think it is a simple suicide.

  5. S. H. Kress; S. S. Kresge – sold all original S.S. Kresge stores, renamed Kmart in 1977; Shopper's City; Sky City; Sprouse-Reitz; TG&Y; Two Guys; W.T. Grant – went bankrupt in 1976; more a small scale department store than a 5 and 10 variety store; Woolco – big box store version of Woolworth – owned by F.W. Woolworth; Zody's

  6. Albert Kahn (March 21, 1869 – December 8, 1942) was an American industrial architect.He was accredited the architect of Detroit and designed industrial plant complexes such as the Ford River Rouge automobile complex.

  7. Tod Daniel Wolters (born October 13, 1960) is a retired United States Air Force four-star general who last served as the commander of U.S. European Command and concurrently as NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR). He previously served as the commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe and U.S. Air Forces Africa.

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