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PHASE 1THE CHALLENGE
Audio Fretter hereby issues an appeal to the audio equipment-buying public
to declare your independence and exercise your freedom of choice. Don't be
taken in by fancy Hifi stores - check the facts before deciding where (and
when) to buy Hifi components.
FACT: Exclusive Hifi salons don't always offer the best deals on audio equip-
ment
FACT: Fretter is an established and trusted name in appliances and can offer
the same significant discounts on name-brand audio equipment because of
our massive buying power and low overhead.
FACT: By comparing our low "cost-plus" prices with their prices'?' y o u can
make an informed and independent choice.
PROOF: We are so confident of our claims that we are challenging ALL other
Hifi dealers to do battle with us on a price - comparison basis! Y o u, the Hifi
buyer, will determine the winner! (Watch for continuing developments.)

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Good
Thru
Monday
Night
Only!

Cairtoornst
satirizes
Kissinger
arrival
CARACAS (AP)-"If Kissinger
gets difficult we'll just national-
ize him," said a cartoon char-
acter in a Caracas newspaper
as Latin America awaited a
twicepostponed visit by Secre-
tary of State Henry Kisinger.
And a Venezuelan union is-
sued a communique declaring
Kissinger 'persona non grata,"
claiming he was responsible for
the alleged U.S. efforts against
the Third World.
THOUGH A Venezuelan gov-
ernment source yesterday said
the visit is being taken "very
seriously," the union and the
cartoon reflect the pique under-
lyig the official reception Kis-
singer will get on his tour of
five Latin-American nations.
The secretary is scheduled
to arrive in Caracas " aon Mon-
day at the beginning of a nine-
day trip. He will also go to
Peru, Brazil, Colombia and Cos-
ta Rica, where severalCentral
American presidents are ex-
pected to see him.
U.S. diplomats here say Kis-
singer wants to cultivate a bet-
ter relationship with the region
aid would also discuss the So-
viet and Cuban intervention in
Angola. The concrete issues on
'the minds of Latin American
leaders will be trade and ether
economics matters.
A NUMBER of Latin Ameri-
cans note that hehas previous-
ly given up visits here for seem-
ingly more pressing world spots.
Observed the Brasilia daily, Cr-
reio Braziliense:
"Perhaps he has convinced
himself that the world is not
summarized in the Washington-
Jerusalem-Cairo-Peking-Moscow
route."
Here is a rundown of what
awaits Kissinger on some of
his Latin-American stopI-:
VENEZUELA - Economic is-
sues are the big subject. Vene-
zuela nationalized its giant oil
industry, mostly U.S.-owned, on
Jan. 1 and has agreed to pay
the companies almost $1 _billion
comensation.
8hough there are no pressing
problems from this, the Vene-
zuelans will want to discuss the
1975 U.S.etrade law, whichkex-
cludes Venezela and Ecuador
from trade preferences because
they belong to the oil cardel,
and issues between oil produnc-
ing and consuming nations.
BRAZIL - The liberal week-
lv. Opiniao accused Kissinger
of threatening Latin-American
nations in a recent speech about
theirpositions in the United Na-
tions and other international
forums.
"THE truculence of Kssin-
ger's words - worthy of the
sadly celebrated 'big stick
policy' put into practice In La-
tin America by the United States
throughout the first decades of
this century - signal the def-
initive failure of attempts' to
reformulate American foreign
policy," wrot Opiniao.
Jornal da Brazilia, pointing
out that Brazil was among the
first countries to krecognize the
pro-Soviet faction in Angola, in-
dicated that this could be a
!sbject of heated discussion.

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On A Pioneer SX-737!

Top-Rated Changers
At Super Low Prices

Thru monday only, you
can get this great unit
for the lowest prige ever
advertised in Detroit!
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Former Froir Trade $400

Only 80 to sell. Hurry! No dealers.

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Teac's
Biest
Deck-
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The Teac 450 is one of top-rated Dolby
cassette decks in the world-and through
monday it's at a sensational Fretter discount!
Technics 279-A special purchase
allows us to offer this 5500 deck with Dolby
and solenoid controls at a great price. Not shown

$369
Former Fair Trade $490
Former Fair Trade $500

Until now you had to spend
upwards of 3300 to get the best
bookshelf speaker system. We're
now selling the most remarkable
3-way system to come along in -
years, the American Monitor
model 12. And to introduce this
incredible speaker to Detroit,
Fretter is knocking 381 off the
price thru monday night only!
Omega 3B's Are Half-Off!
Fretter's most popular 12-inch 3-way
system is half-off during our 'War of
Independence' Sale. A great value.

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EACH
Former Trade
Trade $260 each
/pr,
Former Fair
Trade $396

base optional
BIC 960-This programmable turn-
table was recently rated a 'best-buy' by the
leading consumer testing group. Thru mon-
day it's at Detroit's lowest advertised price!
Dual 1226-Probably the best value
of any Dual changer. Has features found on
changers selling for over 5200! Hurry, limited.
Pioneer PL-12D-This popular
manual turntable is a real value for its price,
and base and dustcover are included FREE.
Dual 1225-One of the best-made
players around. An extraordinary price for.
an extraordinary machine. Only 85 to sell!
All items one per customer. No dealers!

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~89
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X59
Former Fair
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'61
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make this a great
value this week!
286
Famer Fair Trade $240

Super
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Free
Phones-
50%Off

Sup erex Phones
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A fivedaysonilysave 50%

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Former Fair
Trade $58

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best receivers around!
$399
Former Fair Trade $550

What a component match! This system
gives you the best of everything you're
looking for in stereo. Powerful Sherwood
receiver. Gentle Garrard 82 changer with
base and cartridge. Studio monitor
quality Omega 3B speakers with massive
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youll save 50% and get a set of great
sounding s40 Superex 930 headphones
absolutely FREE!

$399
Former Fair
Trade $798

Shure'S
Iestl
For the best Tables
only. A great value!
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Sale Ends
Monday Night

Our Service Dept.
We spent many hours testing & evaluating new equipment
before we decide that it's good enough for us to sell. But
some of it doe break! Therefore, to hack eoe Au dio

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