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JEWISH EXECUTIVES

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8729 TWELFTH ST. at GLADSTONE

MORRIS FEINSILBER and ALEX

SCHWARTZ

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
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(Continued from Page One.)

Parliament for discussion and Par-
liament will be asked to authorize
the floating of a £2,500,000 loan
for the land development scheme.
The government, on the other
hand, may not consider it expedi-
ent at this time to ask Parlia-
ment's sanction of this loan in
view of present economic condi-
tions and may try to carry out
such parts of the development as
the annual Palestine budget will
permit. This would obviate the
necessity of bringing the matter
before Parliament altogether.
Should the Palestine govern.
ment decide upon this latter
-/ course, the Jewish Agency will op-
, pose it, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency learns.

AT THE HEIGHT
()I7 THE SEASON

One Arab Acquitted, Another
Gets 15 Years.
JAFFA.-(J. T. A.)-The Jaffa

THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

AVRUNIN CAMP •
CLASSIFIED ECONOMIC AGENCY OPEN
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 24
FORMED BY KISCH

A. PEREIRA. Ember Caterer-En.
tenements, weddInps, parties and bans
Suety.
We cater In all leading hotels
for the past 27 years. Detroit Catering
Co., Longfellow 6654.

MACK 13 WEISS-Strictly kosher caterer
for weddings, engagements, bridges
banquets and parties. We rater In all
leading hotels. 15781 Princeton ave-
nue. University 1-5541.

I WILL TEACH YOUR CHILD to read
nd write Hebrew a
Yiddish in five
) lens.
so
I will also teach YOU to
read and write English in 5 lessons.
First trial lesson free. Absolute satis-
faction guaranteed. l'reparing for cid.
zenship and preparing buys for Bar-
Mitzvah-my specialty. David Horo-
witz. the teacher. 2001 Blaine avenue,
apt 101. Phone Garfield II914-R.

I h

Lieutenant- Colonel Frederick
II. Kisch, former head of the Pal-
estine Zionist Executive, an-
nounces the formation of an
agency in Jerusalem, with repre-
sentatives at Haifa and Tel Aviv,

3013 RENT-Nicely furnished room in
Northwest •ection. with email family of
congenial aduB s. Convenient to ear
eason
and bus. Rable.
2755 Richton,
Arlington 6756-W.

FOR RENT-Upper net. Five large
rooms and breakfast nook. Steam heat.
frigidaire.
Newly decorated. Garage.
Near school. Call at 150its Wooding-
ham Drive, near Puritan, after 6 p. tn.

$21." $26." $29. "

MAX KOSINS

IN MEMORIAM

JACOB GOODMAN

of

136 Clairmount avenue, 57
years old, died on June 10. Fu-
neral services were held at Gil-
bert'a Funeral Home on June 13,
with interment at Oakview Ceme-
tery. Dr. Leo M. Franklin offici-
ated. He is survived by his wife,
Rose; two sons, Sydney of Detroit
and Dr. Leon Goodman of Chi-
cago, Ill., and a daughter, Mrs.
Theresa Finston of Detroit.

Oilonernory of him will never dim. our
Oiouahts •nd hearts •re always with him.
We mourn for you. deal\ Walter, our
jewel, but not with nutwa41 show, for
thos• that mourn silently 'Mourn sin-
cerey. No eyes ran see us weep. but
many • silent tear we shed. When
others are fast mileep. And though we
cannot say •nel will not 'Sr our darling
boy Is dead, for you era lust sway.

JULE OLEN

SAM WEIN

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that he received 2,500,.
ANTI-SEMITIC COAL I charging
000 lire from Italy in exchange
OF GERMANY'S NEW for abandoning Austria's dein? to
REGIME REVEALED South Tyrol.

(Continued from Page One.)

questions placed by Kurt Rosen-
feld, former minister of justice in
Prussia, on the ground that the
latter was a Jew, during a libel
suit.
Mr. Rosenfeld, attorney for
Werner Abel, a journalist, who is
being sued for libel by Hitler for

years' experience in a position
which brought me into close touch
with all aspects of local economic
life.
"It is hoped that the agency thus
established will, through its char-
acter and standing, meet a need
which has long been felt, more es-
pecially by residents abroad who
may desire to place investments
In Palestine on a business basis,
but have hitherto been deterred
from doing no by lack of personal
contact with the country and by
the difficulty of procuring reliable
inform ion as to local condi-
tions."

EXCURSION OF BICUR
CHOLEM NEXT SUNDAY

The twenty-third annual excur-
sion of Bicur Cholem Juniors to
Tashmoo Park will take place next
Sunday, June 26. Many games
have been arranged for this event,
which is a traditional occasion in
the social life of Detroit Jews. The
boat will leave the foot of Gris-
wold at 9 a, m.
Baseball games, a pie-eating
contest and other features have
been arranged for the event by the
committee in charge.

Herr Hitler's patience reached
an end when Dr. Rosenfeld in-
quired whether the Nazi party
was receiving subsidies from
Czech or French munitions indus-
tries.
Pounding the table with his
clenched fists, Hitler shouted: "I
won't answer any more questions
from Jewish lawyers!"
While his admirers shouted
"bravo," the court proceeded to
prison alternative for refusing to
impose a fine of 1,000 marks or a
answer questions put by an attor-
ney and for unruly behavior.
During the excitement aroused
by the question, Hitler exclaimed:
"Were these accusations of bri-
bery true, there would be nothing
left for me to do but to shoot my-
self on the spot!"
Hitler's temper was further
aroused when Dr. Rosenfeld re-
ferred to the Nazi party. "What
do you mean by 'party'?" he de-
manded. "They could only be my
personal representatives, for I am
the party."
Dr. Rosenberg's inquiry con-
cerning Ilitler's subventions were
based on the accusations in the
French Chamber of Deputies to
the effect that the "Nazis" were
being financed in Czechoslovakia
and the Schneider-Creusot concern
in France.
Emulating the tactics of his
chief, a Nazi in a Munich court
refused to answer questions put to
him as a witness on the ground
that the presiding judge, Dr. Hein-
rich Rosenfield, was a Jew.
The witness was threatened
with administrative punishment
punishment for contempt of court
and when he persisted in his re-
fusal he was fined 500 marks and
10 days in jail. The Nazi pre-
ferred to take this punishment.

EMIL ECKHOUSE and RALPH LEVY advise you to

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U. S. GOVERNMENT TAX GOES IN EFFECT JUNE 21

Only 4 MORE DAYS to buy

TIRES at these LOW PRICES!

tion Closely; Believes Arab-
Jewish Friendship Will
Result.

I

Monument Sales & Service Co., Inc.

MEN'S SHOP

9038 Twelfth St. at Clairmount

The Detroit section, National
Council of Jewish Women, re-
ceived a contribution to the me
morial scholarship fund in memory
of Levy Jacobs and Milton Freud
from Mr. and Mrs. Leon Frank.

I

Monuments

OLEN & WEIN

Gift to Council Memorial
Scholarship Fund.

of the World Mizrachi Organize-
tion, conferred with Palestine
NEW YORK.--(.1. T. A.)-Be- high commissioner, Sir Arthur
nito Mussolini, Italy's premier, is Grenfell Wauchope, May 21.
a close follower of events in Pal-
Rabbi Berlin, it is understood,
estine and an optimistic believer touched upon questions of secur-
that the Jews, and Arabs will reach ity and immigration.
He de-
an amicable understanding.
mended that the government sub-
This was the impression brought sidize the rabbinical court of the
sack by Rabbi Solomon Goldman chief rabbinate inasmuch as it
of Chicago, who had a converse- grants such subsidies to the Mos
tion with Mussolini prior to his re- lems.
In loving memory of our sister, turn to the United States from A
ANNA SHERMAN
The high commissioner stated
of 9206 Cameron avenue, 50 years Nellie Rosenthal, who died one trip to Europe and Palestine, as his appreciation of the work of the
old, died on June 11. Funeral year ago this Saturday.
related to a correspondent of the Mizrachi, since he himself is re-
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
services were held at Lewis Bros.'
ligious.
Some of the requests
A precious one from
from us Is gone .
Funeral Home on June 12, with
Mussolini follows closely the made by Rabbi Berlin will be ful-
A noire we
is Mill.
A place is •arant in our hearts.
interment at Machpelah Cemetery.
Palestine Bulletin, published by filled, it is believed.
Which never men be ens&
the Palestine Telegraphic Agency, 814 Jews Entered Palestine in
She is survived by two sons and
three daughters.
April.
Sadly missed by her brother and and the only English publication
A total of 814 Jewish immi-
sister.in-law, Clarence and Rose In the Near East, he said.
Mussolini,
according
to
Rabbi
grants
entered
Palestine during
Sarasohn.
Goldman, inquired about the prog- the month of April. During the
ress
of
Tel
Aviv,
the
only
all-Jew-
I
same
month,
33 Jews left the
MANUEL URBACH
In loving memory of our dear
mother, Polly Clark, who passed ish city in the world, and was , country.
gratified
to
learn
that
it
already
An Arab committee has been
Granite and Marble
away May 28, four years ago.
has a population of 50,000 and I formed to hold a Levant Fair.
A loving mother. true and kind,
that the European influence is The fair, according to plans, is to
No friend on earn like her we'll And. felt there. be
held in May of 1933.
For
um she did her beet.
The Italian premier also in-
An Arab shepherd trespassin:'
And 'God gave her eternal rest.
quilted concerning the colonies. in the fields of Kvuzah Gesher
7729 TWELFTH ST.
Sadly missed by her children, When informed that the colonies spoiled 150 dunams of land.
Euclid 7192
Harry, Ray, Sam, Isabelle, and in Judaea, in the valley of Jet-
Two settlers who sough tto pre-
granddaughter, Paula.
reel as well as in Galilee have vent him were wounded.
made tremendous strides, Musso. Jewish Orange Growing Delegs.
lini stated, "Well, the Jews are
tioa En Route to Ottawa.
good Agriculturists."
A delegation of Jewish orange
growers is proceeding to Ottawa
1017.18 DIME BANK BUILDING
CADILLAC 1823
to plead for the remission of the
N"....• Leaves P•I"Iti".
duty on oranges imported from
JERUSALEM.- U. T. A.) - Palestine. The Arabs have with.
Memorial Designers and Builder. of
I Emanuel Neuman n, American drawn from the delegation, which
Mausoleums, Monument., Markers, of Every Description.
member of the World Zionist includes M. Rokach, manager of
We Duplicate, Clean and Cut Letters on Erected Monuments and
: Executive, departed from Pales. the Pardess Company, and Ber-
Markers at Cemetery.
tine after • visit of several nar d Joseph.
Before Buying Let Us Submit Our Prices .td Gi•• You an Estimate.
months.
Twenty-two Palestine members
Mr. Neumann is proceeding to of the Actions Committee and the
Display at 9401 W. FORT ST., zee. Weeding.
ISAAC DREIFUSS, Pres.
France and England, whence be Administrative Committee of the
will embark for the United States. Jewish Agency met May 31.
He will continue the work of or-
It was decided to hold the next
miring financial Institutions.
session of the Actions Committee
Mr. Neumann, Dr. Chaim Arlo- and the Agency Administrative
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
soroff and Hesh el Farbstein Committee in Palestine. Dr. Leo
lunched with the Palestine high Motzkin presided at the session.
JEWISH
commissioner. A number of po-
litical matters were touched upon,
including the perort of Lewis
Because of increased immigra-
I French, Palestine land commix- tion of Jews to Palestine, Achooza
stoner, which will be sent to the Aleph, co-operative society which I
Jewish end Arab Executives next has already built the two colonies!
week.
of Raanana and Gan Yavneh, has;
Trinity 2-2114
7739 John R. St.
Berlin Sees Wauchope.
decided to enlarge its holdings of I
Rabbi Meyer Berlin, president land in Palestine.

J. FRIED
of 3310 Sturtevant avenue, 51
years old, died on June 14. Fu-
neral services were held on June
17, with interment at Oakview
Cemetery. Rabbi Leon Fram of-
Sadly missed by his loving Par-
ficiated. He is survived by his ents and Sisters, Thelma and Har-
wife, Jennie; a daughter, Violet riet.
Francine, and a son, Lawrence L.

EUGENE

LIEUT.-COL. F. H. KISCH

opens on Friday, June 24, ac-
cording to an announcement made
this week by Mrs. C. Avrunin, di-
rector. The opening of the camp
this year, according to Mrs. Av-
runin, will be marked by the ad-
dition of six new, modernly con-
structed, airy and completely fur-
nished bungalows, which are now
being completed.
Avrunin Camp is managed by
an able staff of directors and
counsellors. There is a nursery
in charge of a graduate nurse, and
there are complete facilities for
the comfort and safety of the boys
and girls. Children in ages rang-
ing from 3 to 16 are accepted at
this camp, and they are grouped
according to ages in the presenta-
tion of the camp programs.
In addition to the regularly
scheduled activities at Avrunin
Camp, the boys and girls are of-
fered instruction in piano playing
by one of Detroit's ablest teachers.
Special activities also consist of
instructions in elementary drama,
art, music, actual participation in
plays, modeling, drawing, dancing
and elocution. Handicrafts are
represented by instruction in bas-
ket-weaving and sewing for girls,
and shop work, woodcraft, pho-
tography and the like for boys.
The counsellors who direct this
training have had experience in
the work they have undertaken. It
is interesting to note that most of
the counsellors at one time were
campers at Avrunin Camp, which
is now in its seventh year.

"for preparing reliable informa-
tion as to the industrial and eco-
nomic resources of Palestine, with
a view to the development of such
projects as are likely to appeal to
the class of investors who are in-
terested in Palestine and are de-
sirous of finding a safe and prom-
ising field for the investment of
private capital."
Mr. Kisch's headquarters in Je-
rusalem are on St. Julian's Way.
In a statement to The Detroit desired, to undertake its subse-
Jewish Chronicle, Colonel Kisch, quent commercial management for
who is known to many Detroiters an agreed period.
as a result of his visit here a little
"(e) Generally, to advise as to
over•three years ago in behalf of existing and prospective invest-
the Keren Hayesod, states:
ments in Palestine, and to under-
"My agency, which is entirely take the supervision or manage-
independent of any other organ- ment of the same.
ization or institution, is now in a
"I have secured the co-operation
position to undertake the follow- of the leading authorities in the
ing services and responsibilities country on the various aspects of
for clients:
land, citrus plantations, the mar-
"(a) To act in an advisory ca- keting of fruit, industrial invest-
pacity, furnishing information ments, real estate, and other forms
and advice on the merits and pros- of enterprise.
pects of any proposal that the
"I have also entered into an
client may wish to investigate.
arrangement with Mr. I. Braude,
"(b) Alternatively, to under- F. L. A. A., certified accountant
take on behalf of the client the and auditor, under which he will
preparation of any definite project assist in the financial business of
in which he may bejnterested, and the agency, the accountancy of
to furnish detailed and accurate which will be under his personal
information and plans as to the supervision.
best method and means of carry-
"The legal work of my office
ing it out, with an estimate of the will be in the hands of Mr. S.
probable return on the capital to Ilorowitz, barrister-at-law.
be invested.
"In the preparation of projects
"(c) To make arrangements, in and in the carrying out of any un-
any part of Palestine, for the dertaking entrusted to this agency,
actual execution of any particular it will be my constant endeavor
project that the client may decide to provide clients with the best
to carry out.
technical opinion obtainable in the
"(d) To establish the necessary country, combindy with my per-
machinery and services for the sonal judgment based on an Intl-
proper maintenance and working mate knowledge of men and meth-
of the client's enterprise, and, if ods in Palestine, derived from nine

Completed in 1933.

HAIFA.-(J. T. A.)-The Haifa
harbor construction will be com-
pleted by the spring of 1933.
The completion will be cele-
brated with impressive ceremonies
Sadly missed by her Husband. in the presence of the Prince of
Daughters, Son and Grandson.
Wales and the rulers of neigbor-
ing lands, it is understood.
In loving memory of our dear
Simultaneously a large trade
son and brother, Walter Bartlet exhibition will be held.
Levine, who passed away 17 years
ago June 16, 1915.
Mussolini Follows Palestine Sitesa.

AT

Popular Camp.

Former Head of Palestine
Executive Prepares Re-
Avrunin Camp, at Stack Island,
on Big Bear Lake, Mich., officially
liable Information.

FOR RENT-Large, airy, furniuhed room
for lady or gentleman in clean home.
Board if desired. Rentreasonable.
(' .
209 Sturtevant, near Lin•
wood.

District Court at its session re-
cently acquitted Salib Abusaliman, FOR RENT-Large. airy, furnished room
for one or two in • private home, all
aged 17, of complicity in the mur-
conveniences. near ear and hue lines,
der of Zalia Zohar and Johanan
2442 Glendale, call Arlington 3291•51.
Stahl, last June.
Rashid Abusaliman, 20 years GIRL WISHES ROOM in refined adult
h ome. Northwest section preferred.
old, was sentenced to 15 years' im-
Convenient transportation. Write Box
MAX KOSINS
prisonment and ordered to pay
100, Detroit Jewish Chronicle.
£50
indemnity
to
the
families
of
Regular $30 & $35 Regular $35 & $45 GGG Regular $40
FOR RENT-Beautifully furnished room
the two victims.
for refined man, in private home on
values-
values-
and $50 values-
Blaine, corner LaSalle Rent reason-
The young Jewish couple disap-
able. Euclid 0157
peared last June while on a walk-
ing tour. Their bodies, in a state FOR RENT-One ur two roorns In cottage
of decomposition, were found in on Cass Lake Allconveniences. Call
Mr. Goldberg, Lincoln 61 , 6.
November after an intensive
search had been conducted, which
had enlisted the co-operation of
the Jewish Agency, the Palestine MOE LEITER LEADING
National Jewish Council, the Tel
PRODUCER OF GREAT
Aviv municipality and the Hebrew
WEST LIFE INS. CO.
publication, Doar Hayom, with the
Open Evenings 'Till I)
CLOTHIER
FURNISHER
police.
Moe Leiter has just completed
The families of the two victims 10 years' service with the Great
1430 GRISWOLD STREET
will not claim the payment of in- West Life Insurance Company of
demnity.
Winnipeg, Man.
In the 10 years
First
Jordan
Power
House
Is
he has made an
CONFIRMANTS PLANT SAMUEL KNOPF, BOOK Opened in Presence of High
outstanding suc-
TREES IN PALESTINE PUBLISHER, IS DEAD
Government Officials.
cess as one of its
JERUSALEM. - (J. T. A.) -
representatives in
The
first
Jordan power house at
MAMARONECK,
N.
Y.-Sam-
George Washington Sabbath
Michigan, being
uel Knopf of 815 Park avenue, Jisr was opened with impressive
the leading pro-
Observed in Numerous
New York City, treasurer of Al- ceremonies attended by the high
, ducer of the
Synagogues.
fred A. Knopf, Inc., book publish. commissioner of Palestine, Sir
branch and an
era, of which his son, Alfred A. Arthur Grenfell Wauchope; Emir
honorary presi-
NEW YORK.---a 'George Wash- Knopf, is president, died here June Abdullah of Transjordania; Col-
dent of the Hun-
ington Sabbath" was observed in 11 in his room at the Beach Point onel Cox, the British resident in
dred Thousand
many synagogues throughout the Club on Oriental Point of a heart Transjordania, Jewish representa-
Club for the com-
country on Saturday, June 11, the attack that came upon him sud- tives and other high government
pany. Ile was re-
second day of Shevuoth, the Jew- denly and unexpectedly.
officials.
cently congratu-
ish Feast of Weeks, as a part of
Sir Arthur Grenfell Wauchope
Mr. Knopf was born in Poland
lated by his corn-
the nation-wide celebrations of 70 years ago and was brought to threw the switch which set the
pany for leading
Moe Leiter
the bicentennial anniversary of the United States as a boy. Ile power station into action.
in paid-for business in the United
the birth of George Washington.
The present plant is capable of States and Canada and ranking
always had made his home in New
Rabbis throughout the country York City. For a time he was as- producing 12,000,000 units annu- first in aggregate leadership.
devoted their sermons to the mem- sociated with the Pacific Bank ally. Ultimately its capacity will
ory of Washington and urged the and then entered advertising be 65,000,000. The building of
worshipers to participate in the Thirty years ago he was at the the plant was undertaken in
tree planting program in the head of his own advertisng 1927. Six hundred Jewish and MRS. EMMA ROSENBERG
IS CALLED BY DEATH
George Washington Forest in Pal- agency.
Arab workers were employed.
The Jewish Agency Executive in
estine which is being 'sponsored
In 1921, six years after his son
by a national committee of all had started the Knopf publishing Jerusalem assigned the 2,000 im- Was Prominent in Jewish Com-
faiths under the auspices of the house, Mr. Knopf joined the firm. migration certificates it has re- munities of Detroit and Bay
Jewish National Fund of America, At his death he was not only ceived from the Palestine govern-
City; Die. at Age of 70.
the Zionist agency for the reclama- treasurer and a director of that ment, for a six month period, to
Mrs. Emma Rosenberg, for years
tion and reafforestation of the corporation, but also treasurer and various countries.
Holy Land. The day was observed a director of , the American Mer-
The largest number of certifi- Prominent in the Jewish commun-
in accordance with a decision of cury, Inc., the company, headed cates were assigned to Poland, 'Hee of Bay City and Detroit, died
the Rabbinical Assembly of which by Alfred A. Knopf, that issues which received 980, while the Tuesday morning at her home, 1170
Prof. Mordecai M. Kaplan is presi- the magazine edited by Henry L. other divisions were made as fol- Collingwood, at the age of 70, fol-
lowing an illness of several weeks.
dent.
Mencken. Mr. Knopf has made lows: Rumania, 121; Lithuania,
Funeral services were held on
The confirmation classes of the several trips abroad in the inter- 70; Aden, 70; Russia, CO; Ger-
Jewish religious schools affiliated ests of the publishing firm. In many, 48; Latvia, 40; Czechoslo- Wednesday afternoon from Lewis
Brothers'
Funeral Home, with in-
with Reform temples, which held 1927 he supervised the enlarge- vakia, 35; Turkey, 24; America,
their graduation exercises on the ment of its branch in London, The 26; Austria, 21; Greece, 15. terment at Machpelah Cemetery.
occasion of the Feast of Weeks, New York offices are at 730 Fifth Other countries received 10 cer• Rabbi A. M. Hershman officiated.
Mrs. Rosenberg was born in Lat-
tificates or leas.
will each plant a certain number avenue.
A Sephardic Jew, Joseph Levy, via and came to Bay City 45 years
of trees in the George Washington
ago.
She made her home in Detroit
who has been missing for a fort-
Forest, according to plans formu-
night, was found dead in a cave 20 years ago. She was the mother
lated by the committee on temple
of
the
late Lillian Rosenberg and
near Beth Sahur.
participation of which Dr. Louis
A Bedouin family in the village is survived by the folowing:
I. Newman, rabbi of Congregation
Four
daughters, Mrs. H. F. An-
is suspected of having caused his
Rodeph Shalom is chairman. The
In sad and loving memory of death. Levy was a peddler in the thony of Bay City and the Misses
planting of an eucalyptus or pine
Harriet, Rose and Helen Rosen-
our
dear
wife
and
mother,
Rachel
district, which is inhabited by berg of Detroit; one son, Sam Ro-
tree in the Palestine forest in-
L. Webber, who died seven years Arabs.
volves an expense of $1.50.
senberg of Bay City; a sister, Mrs.
ago, 11 days in Sivan, 1925.
T. Hirschfield of Bay City, and
Peacefol be the rest, dear mother:
Haifa Harbor Construction to Be three grandchildren of Bay City.
It Is sweet to breathe thy name.

In life we loved you dearly.
In tieeth we do the same.
The moon and stars •re •hining
On • lon• and silent grave,
Beneath Iles one we dearly loved.
But whom we could not se m..

FATHER'S DAY

Sic Modern Bungalows Are Being
Built as Additions to

Max Kosins offers these three groups
of fine hand-tailored suits at unus-
ually low prices. Hurry for choice
selections.

OBITUARY

BUY YOUR GIFT FOR

M.

We have been fortunate in having bought large fresh stocks of all sizes of GOODYEAR TIRES . .
TAX FREE! We pass the savings on to you as long as the supply lasts! Come in over the week-end. Re-
member the tax goes into effect on Tuesday, June 21.

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31x5.00-21
32x5.00-22
28x5.25-18
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3.83
4.50
4.57

$4.65
5.19
5.27
6.16
6.24
6.40
6.45
6.55
6.77
7.47
7.30
7.65
7.91
8.10
8.23

4.72
4.80
4.98

5.39

5.82

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32x6.00-20
33x6.00-21
34x6.0022
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SIX "PLIES"-ol

the sin
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really "breaker stripe" and
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them extra An

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10.77
11.25

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