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STAT E-EMTIfl Page Four Section A Tucson, Saturday, July 9, 1988 br Arizona Builn Sleir DeConcini DeGreen meets Reagan, criticizes Breakdown of expenditures made by then-Secretary of State Rose Mofford for VIP commemorative gifts and state and U.S. flags out of her budget. Money Year budgeted By Steve Meissner The Arizona Dally Star WASHINGTON The Republican challenger to Sen. Dennis DeConcini met briefly with President Reagan yesterday and said that Arizona's Democratic senator is masquerading as "the functional equivalent of a Republican." Keith DeGreen said yesterday that DeConcini portrays himself as a pro-Reagan conservative, but in fact opposed Reagan and Sen. John McCain, on "many substantive issues." DeConcini's campaign spokesman promptly dismissed DeGreen's charges as "truly bizarre," and a distortion of the incumbent's record. DeGreen, a Phoenix businessman who is seeking the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate, said that DeConcini voted against granting presidents the right to veto specific parts of the federal budget. DeConcini also opposed the Gramm-Rudman proposal to force a reduction in the federal deficit, and also opposed the 1986 tax-reform package supported by Reagan, DeGreen said. DeConcini is a prominent supporter of a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but DeGreen charged that the support amounts to "lip service." Bob Maynes, DeConcini's press secretary who is leaving that role to run the incumbent's bid for a third term, confirmed that DeConcini opposed the measures cited by DeGreen, but defended those votes. DeConcini opposes line-item vetos, said Maynes, because both Reagan and former President Carter would have used them to kill funding for the Central Arizona Project. He also opposed Graham-Rudman and the 1986 tax reforms because of exemptions they included, said Maynes. But Maynes objected fiercely to DeGreen's comment that DeConcini gave only "lip service" to the balanced budget amendment. "Dennis has introduced a balanced budget amendment every single year, and he has worked hard to get them passed," Maynes said. DeGreen also said that DeConcini and McCain often vote differently, in effect "cancelling out" their votes. "My opponent canceled Senator McCain's vote out 147 times in 1987 alone," he said. "That's a lot of opposition." 1980 $2,400 $1,122.07 $2,179.76 1981 2,500 2,048.97 1,279.19 1982 162,800 1,294.26 1,717.98 1983 220,200 2,934.03 1.629.78 1984 193,300 3,331.85 1,109.62 1985 244,600 7,091.94 2,611.83 1986 309,600 11,589.69 2,949.39 1987 394,100 6,735.86 2,732.67 Figures for 1980-'81 are for the gift budget only. Mofford Continued from Page One terest and business dealings relating to 'potential conflicts of Collins said. "These elements simply do not exist in relation to these numerous technical violations." Collins also said the transactions "should have been reported," but that they "would not have made any difference to the average voter in regard to whether or not they would have cast a vote for or against Rose Mofford. "Indeed, it could be argued that disclosure of these items would have enhanced Governor Mofford's stature because disclosure of these items would have painted a picture of a person who stood by and maintained a caretaker role over her former husband through a prolonged illness after their divorce," he said. Collins also said the gift expenditures were "arguably" made in the interest of the state and lacked "any clear element of personal gain in a purely private capacity." "The secretary of state is authorized to use their judgment in making these kinds of awards, donations and ceremonial recognitions, and, as in any activity of this type, those judgment calls could be open to political question. "But they are judgment calls, which do not cross the line into the kind of activity that would be criminal conduct," Collins said. The allegations were made against Mofford after she assumed the governor's post following former Gov. Evan Mecham's removal from office by a Senate Court of Impeachment conviction on two counts of wrongdoing. Mecham was acquitted of six felony charges not tried in the impeachment court in connection with allegations that he knowingly failed to disclose a $350,000 campaign loan on his gubernatorial campaign and personal financial disclosure statements. His brother, Willard Mecham, Vetoes Continued from Page One city and county property taxes. In her veto message, Mofford said passage of the bill "would create an administrative nightmare" because tax rates would have to be set before the bill would have taken effect. Mofford said the bill also would have shifted "at least $5.2 million in property taxes from property used for local telephone service to other property, including residential, farms, apartments and business property." She also said the $202.5 million tax package "envisions a close examination of the entire tax structure in the 1989 session of the Legislature. Proposals such as the ones contained in Senate Bill 1361 deserve to be examined in the 1989 legislative session in the broader context of overall state public fiscal policy." Consumer groups had complained about the way the bill was passed in the last few hours of the session, without receiving a public hearing. Dana Larsen, executive director of Arizona Common Cause, said yesterday that he had urged a veto of the measure because of the way it was pushed through at the last min Where can you buy tires at night? Have you ever wondered why some retail stores close shop right before you can get there after work? Maybe they don't want to miss too much of the six o'clock news. But we stay open until 8 pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays to make it easier for people to plan around their work schedule. Next time you need new tires, or would like your tires inspected, wait until you've finished dinner. Then pop the plates in the dishwasher and head for a 4day store. Our store managers tell us that the evening is usually the time for the quickest service. Another quick service tip Which days of the week are we least apt to be busy? Our busy and slack times vary from store to store, but usually it's best to see us on a Thursday or Friday. Customers arrive in bunches on Saturdays. Wednesdays are usually pretty busy, too. That's because we're closed Sunday, Monday Tuesday. We're closed these days for a couple of reasons. Mondays and Tuesdays are pretty slow days in the tire business. By staying open during only the 43 busiest hours of the week we're able to eliminate overlapping shifts and minimize costly time-i-a-half overtime. The result is maximum sales with minimum overhead. In addition to helping us cut prices, this also helps you get better service. Our store manager is on duty every hour we're open. That gives us tighter control for more efficiency. What we do on the days we're closed Do our store managers go fishing on Mondays and Tuesdays when we're not open? Nope. Those days are our secret material, but "I must regretfully use my veto power, primarily because I believe the bill is unconstitutional." The anti-pornography bill also known as the "dildo bill" because it would have banned the commercial sale of sexual devices would have allowed juries to decide what books and movies are obscene by using a standard of community acceptance rather than community tolerance. Mofford said she believes that the acceptance standard could allow higher courts to overturn convictions, so "persons who would otherwise have been convicted under the 'tolerance' standard would go free." She said she also feared that the acceptance standard a tougher standard than used in several U.S. Supreme Court obscenity decisions could allow the removal from library shelves and movie theaters of works that are widely recognized as fine literature or works of art. "I am also concerned that the bill would preempt the right of local governments to regulate adult businesses as Pima County has done after many months of study and work," she wrote in her veto message. "Members of the Pima County Board of Supervisors have expressed concern that this bill, by removing local control, will weaken their attempts to clamp down on In price list at right. UTOG ratings (10OA8. etc) refer to comparative tread lite (highest number is best. wet traction A is best), heat resistance A is best UTQG does not apply to commercial retiead tires Speed ratings SR up to 112 mpti. IB up to 118 mph; HR to IX mph. VR up to 150 mpfi NOTE Casing ply material may vary as indicated on sidewall of tire repair area to ensure permanent bonding of the plug to the puncture cavity. And we complete the repair by sealing the inner liner with a patch to prevent air from leaking out or moisture seeping in. Never allow anyone to repair your tire by shooting a plug or string into the puncture from the outside without first checking the inside. The plug isn't what holds the air. The plug fills the hole. The patch holds the air. We use the best materials and equipment to fix punctures so the tire is literally as good as new. Where are your tires made? We offer Bridgestone tires from Japan, Continental and Englebert tires from Germany, Michelin tires from France, Pirelli tires from Italy and our own Private brand tires from the US and Germany. We sell a lot of imported tires. But we also sell many American-made tires. Every major tire manufacturer has factories outside of their native country. For example, the Tire Guide's 1988 Directory shows that only 17 of Goodyear's 52 plants and 12 of Fire stone's 40 plants are in the US. What you thought was a US-made tire mav actu ally be made in Tunisia, Jamaica or Malaysia. On the other hand, although Michelin is based in France, many of their tires are made in their three plants in South Carolina and one plant in Alabama. Bridgestone has a large-capacity plant in Tennessee. Most Continental tires are manufactured in Europe. However, their CS 75 tire is made in Charlotte, North Carolina. We don't attempt to tell our customers what they may and may not buy. Instead, we find the best quality tires for the money and let our customers choose for themselves. A lot of tire for a little money If you need a set of good economical tires for your compact or mid-sized car. take a glance below. The prices are exceptionally low for a tire of this quality. Made in Germany for us to sell as our private brand. Steel Belted Radial 30.000 milts UTQG: 150BB. 2 steel belts, 2 polyester body plies. Blackwall. Tubeless. 155-13 $22.16 165-13 23.50 16570-13 24.27 17570-13f $26.54 18570-13T 27.88 18570-14t 29.59 Prices are factory warranty only, less 2 discount for payment by cash or check, MS rated. mileage covered if purchased wth 4day limited guarantee at i extra. le VIP Flag expenses expenses JonHassen, The Arizona Daily Star also was acquitted of three felony charges in that Maricopa County Su- perior Court trial. Attorney General Bob Corbin conducted the criminal investigation of the former governor. Mecham was on a fishing vacation in Utah and could not be reached for comment yesterday. In the past, however, he has expressed sympathy toward Mofford in connection with the investigation. Corbin turned the Mofford inves- tigation over to Collins' office to avoid a possible conflict of interest because, in his role as attorney gen- eral, he is next in the line of succession to the governor's office. The attorney general said he had no conflict in investigating Mecham because he could not have become governor in the event Mecham were convicted of criminal charges. Max Hawkins, who encouraged Mecham to run for office and is leading an effort to recall Corbin, said he was not surprised by Collins' conclusions about Mofford. "I sure wish he'd handled Evan and Willard, and Evan Mecham still would be governor," Hawkins said. Collins offered several differences between the two cases, including the fact that Mecham's case was connected with political activity and involved a substantially higher amount of money. He also said Mecham's acquittal made no difference in the outcome of the Mofford inquiry, saying, "This was a different statute." Mofford, a Democrat, could have faced misdemeanor charges for knowingly filing false campaign statements. Mecham, a Republican, had faced felony charges that required proof of intent for conviction. While the Mecham acquittal was not a factor in the Mofford inquiry, Collins did admit that he was glad his investigation was not completed while the Mechams were still on trial. He said he had feared that his decision would influence the trial. percent. It was not reported on her 1983 or 1984 financial statements. TEMPE-MOTOROLA One-half share of the total 1 00 shares in a limited partnership involving the purchase of 40 acres in Tempe on Feb. 11, 1974, for $470,640, with $101,640 down. The land was sold on Sept. 14, 1978, for $720,000, with $175,500 down, balance at 8.5 percent interest. It was not reported on her statements filed for 1976 through 1982. It was not reportable as of 1983 because her share of the remaining principal was less than $1,000. TRACT El Mirage real estate, which was purchased July 25, 1978, for $30,000, with $9,126 down, balance at 8 percent interest. Her original share was one-fourth, but it increased to one-half on July 3, 1982, with T.R. Mofford quitclaiming his interest to her. It was sold July 29, 1982, for $42,000, with $10,000 down, balance at 12 percent. It was paid off on Oct. 8, 1986. It was not reported on her statements for 1978 through 1986. WEST BROADWAY One share of the total 100 shares in a limited partnership involving the purchase of 104 acres in Phoenix on Sept. 27, 1976, for $480,000, with $100,000 down. Ten acres were sold on April 18, 1978, for $120,000, with $22,000 down. The remaining acre- age was sold on June 9, 1982, for $665,000, with $166,250 down. It was not reported on her statements for 1976 through 1982. It was no longer reportable as of 1983 because her share of the remaining principal was less than $1,000. LIBERTY BANK Purchased i 100 shares of stock at $10.80 per share on Jan. 13, 1984. She did not report it on her 1984 financial state- ment, but she began reporting it on her 1985 statement. STOCKMANS BANK She co- purchased with T.R. Mofford 200 shares of stock at $5.25 per share on Feb. 11, 1980. It became reportable because of the death of T.R. Mofford in 1982. She began reporting it on her 1983 statement. SUN STATE BANK She purchased 100 shares of stock at $10.30 per share on March 8, 1980. She did not report it on her statements for 1980 through 1982. but she began listing it on her 1983 statement ute and because it gave preferential treatment to one company. "Not only will U.S. West be given an enormous tax break this year, in a time of serious budget shortfalls, (but) the difference in those lost revenues is expected to be made up by the state's telephone ratepayers through an increased phone tax and by the rest of the taxpayers through higher local taxes," Larsen said before Mofford's veto. None of the sponsors of the vetoed measures could be reached for comment last night. Senate Majority Leader Robert B. Usdane, R-Scottsdale, shrugged his shoulders about the vetoes, and said, "It's the governor's prerogative. I've had lots of bills vetoed." He said he was not surprised by the telephone bill veto. "There was a lot of heat from the various competitors," he added. "I think you have to know the fairness background of it," Usdane said of the bill, adding that the telephone company's competitors all have lower property taxes. Mofford said she vetoed the anti-pornography and periodic payments bills because she believed that they were unconstitutional. In her veto message, Mofford said she fully supports the enforcement of tough laws to -eliminate obscene weapon. Our four day week makes it possible for our store managers, assistant managers and manager trainees to make wholesale calls on Mon days and Tuesdays. They sell large quan tities of tires to car dealers, gas stations and other tire dealers. This year we will wholesale approximately $50 million worth of tires. That gives us increased buying clout with the tire manufacturers. The more tires we sell, the more we buy from the manufacturers. And the more we buy, the less we pay. That's because we receive the deepest possible volume buying discounts. We also have the financial strength to take advantage of quantity discounts by ordering huge container loads at a time. Plus we receive every cash discount. Now you know another way we're able to save you money by closing our doors three days a week. Tire repair from the inside out Many service stations, garages and tire dealers do on-the-wheel repairs to get you in and out faster. They'll also bring you back faster when the repair fails. The outside rubber of a tire frequently does not reveal run-flat damage or other damage to the tire's inner lining. If a tire is dismounted it will usually show any danger signs like separated or frayed plies. That's why we insist that the tire be removed from the rim and inspected internally for damage. We're also picky about cleaning the TUCSON 2865 Orac Rd. bet Grant Rd Ft Lowell. 623-5737. Mike Bailev. List of business ventures peddlers of obscenity." Mofford said she believes the periodic payments bill violates an Arizona Constitution provision that the right of action to recover damages for injuries shall never be abrogated. She also noted that voters in 1986 rejected a constitutional amendment that would have allowed periodic payments of damage awards. Calling the AIDS bill premature, Mofford said: "Although this legislation has good intentions, it raises more questions than it answers. "The issues of confidentiality, enforcement and standard of proof have yet to be fully analyzed in terms of the broader picture." Instead of signing the bill, Mofford said she will establish an AIDS task force to study all aspects of the disease. Two bills that Mofford signed into law yesterday increase the annual salaries of judges by about $10,000 and establish a low-level nuclear waste agreement with California. Under the waste agreement, California will take Arizona's low-level nuclear waste for 30 years, beginning in 1990. After the 30 years, Arizona will become the recipient of California's low-level nuclear waste for a period to be determined. UIRELLI Pirelli P4 and P44 UTOG 180-28MB 40.000 mile 4day limited guarantee available Radial 2 steel belts. 1 nyton up. I or 2 polyester body pitu SR speed rated Blackmail, ubeless. 155 0433 17570-13. S4379 18570-14. $51 34 166 13, $3780 W70-13. S47 89 TSB70-14. S5513 Pirelli P77 UTQG: 16O-210AA 43.000 mile lday limited guarantee available Radial. 2 steel belts. 2 nylon caps, 1 nylon body ply. Asymmetric tread design MS rated. P-Metric 75 70 sines. HR speed rated Blackwall. Tubeless vrfiitewall P17570R13, $5637 P19570R14. $6466 P21575R15. $7427 P18570RI3, $5969 P2057W14. $7229 Pirelli P6 UTOG 170-MOW. 20.000 mile 4day limited guarantee avaiMile Radial 2 steel belts, 2 nylon caps 2 rayon body plies HR speed rated Blackwall Tubeless vlt speed rated 18560-14 $92 19 19560-15. $10611 20565-15. $11274 19560-14 $10147 19560-15t. $124,67 20560-15 $112.74 22560-Mt, $13529 Pirelli P7 UTOG 1E0AA. 15.000 mile 4day limited guarantee available Fw exotic imports. Radial. 2 steel belts. 2 nylon caps, 1 nylon body ply. Metric 60, 55, 50 35 series. VR speed rated. Blackwall Tubeless. or F-type tread design $84 23 $18503 $28649 20593-13" $13396 $20227 20555-16, $20624 19550-15 $15916 (gnlinenlaP Continental CS 75 Con-Tree UTOG 220-2808C 50000 miles Radial 2 steel belts. 1 2 polyester body plies. P-Metric 75 series SR speed rated. Ml season tread design M-t-S rated Whitman Tubeless. P21575R15. $51.21 P18575R14. $4276 P20575R14, $4826 P22575M5. $5340 P19575R14, $4487 P20575R15 $4976 P23575R15, $5493 Continental CS 21 UTQG 16O-20OAB 50.000 miles Radial 2 steel belts. 1 nylon cap (some sizes). 1 or 2 rayon body plies SR speed rated Blackwall. Tubeless RF reinforced TR rated 155-13 $3053 185-148F. $5550 17570-14. $45 50 165-13 $3497 Metric 70 series 19570-14, $5377 175-14, $4600 17570-13. $4023 1858-15. $5506 185-14 $5030 18570-13. $4529 Continental TS 771 UTQG 160-200AB 50.000 miles Radial 2 steel belts 1 nylon cap (some sues. 1 or 2 rayon body plies. SR speed rated Blackwall. Tubeless. 165-15. $4089 Continental CHCV SI UTQG I5MA. 30.000 miles Radial. 2 steel belts 2 nylon caps. 1 or 2 rayon body plies. HR speed lated. Blackwall Tubeless-1 speed rated 17570-11 $6161 $9374 205 '80-15. $9417 18570 $6427 20570-14 HI 01 20565-157. $9387 18570-14 $6929 19565-1517724 $11903 19570-14 $7416 19565-15. $8673 22550-16. $15427 19560-14 $8447 19560-15 $90 06 20000 mile 4day guarantee available Englebert Mei TP UTQG. I6O-20OM 40.000 miles AJI-season radial 2 steel belts, 1 nylon belt. I or 2 rayon body plies TR speed rated Blackwall Tubeless 155-11 $29 19 185-14 $4084 18570-13. $3867 165-11 $31 61 16570-11 $3307 18570-14. $4343 175-14 $3873 17570-13 $3856 195'70-14 $4916 HJltlDQESTOIIE rtdgettone P.D207 SuperFlller UTQG 1804A 4Q0O0 miles Radial 2 steel belts. 2 polyester body plies Stiff bead compound HR speed rated White letters Tubeless blackwall P17570R11 $4344 P18570RI4. $51 41 P2rj570Rt4a. $4991 18570-11 $5846 P19570R14H $4686 P20570R14 $5741 P18570R14b $4474 P19570R14 $5394 P18570R15, $52 61 Brldgettone SCOT S37S UTQG 280A8 50.000 miles Radial 2 steel belts. 1 or 2 polyester body pin SuotrFiller stiff bead P-Metrit 7b series SR speed rated Wnitewall Tuceiess. P21575R15 $6943 P17575B14 S5330 P21575R14. $6721 P22575R15 $7203 P185'75fl14 $5753 P20575R15 $6686 P23575R15. $7529 P195'75R14 $6023 rMoettorc SCOT S37I UTQG 240M 40000 miles Radial 2 steel celts. 1 nyton strip over steel belts ends 1 or 2 polyester body plies SuperFiUer stiff bead compound Metric 70 series HR speed rated Blackwall. Tubeless wt raised white letters P16570R11 $42 60 P196'7W13wi 16197 P195'70PI4wt $6573 04 P18570RI4S54 56 P2D570R14 S6TJB3 PITSTORIW $52 97 P185'70R14wl $6267 P205'7W14wl $9997 P18570R11 $5086 P19570RI4 $5711 P18570R15 $5640 P185'70RIM $5846 I ridges tone S402 SuperFlller UTQG 180-24OAB 40000 mies RMial 2 steel belts. 1 or 2 polyester tody pie Sucerfilltr stiff bead wnpoiMd P-Metrt 80 1 75 sere MS rated Whitewall Titleless I blackwall P155 8W12b $2921 P185 80Bl3b $4574 P165 80R15b $3940 P155 80R13t $30 81 P185 80R11 $4281 P166 80R15 $4615 P155 P1B575M1 $4936 P20575M5 $5629 P1S5 80Ri3b $3635 8575R14 $4846 P21575R15 $5846 P165 P19575H14 $5073 P22575R15 $6063 P175 8W'3t $3852 P205-75R14 $5403 P235 75815 $6337 r75 8D)ii542rfl P215'75I14 $6635 Compare our JSJ Michelin prices TT tacaaia aa wiact la rwiae ea fear ewt lUcketi III UTQG 330AB 40300 ime 4day bmted rturaatee avanaoc Radial 2 stee krtt 1 tr 2 aotyeste tody puts Metre WMewall TebKss P175 S0P13 $4637 mnM $6353 P2357t5 $7210 P175 75H14 $4684 P225 7W15 $6851 Mtcnetra Mil UTQG 28U8 4uJffi Jay mw auraaree avanaoej RaaJ 2 sttei kits tr 2 ravot pnyefitr body akts steed 'ated kactwaH lioness 165 7013 $3658 70-11 $50 '5 185 70-14 $5544 17V 70-13 $S57 1 75 7014 $4951 205 70-14 $6042 Jfj'TO es mt pmf mtt ga i HM3J tfcceaNa UI j'QG 2HM 4CJ0D 4tay amita turaaat available Radial 2 stee kits 1 er 2 nw govesie ket Ms SR rated SacrwaB Itteiess fwfarctd 18514 $5345 145 $30 96 16511 $36 96 145 -15 136 99 15613 $3498 185 14 $31 166-15 $4596 7. TJ 4r Kt tryiawe '45 13 Prices eetwe maiaM 7S eiripii te cwlictuce. excevt ttaciieiMi pnees. ariacb reflect a 4S incaaaal for caslicaiecti fc Stoi mnr ter Brrjctt po W. Oat SJOdi PtME 630 SVT3 I Me trrjaj RrrMr-tone btihajwial lyOBX. MOO Pres. Ojty a I rtnaK Ptet cat frst fe ctiai saxfn mirC agt cneed it wtvet wT 4Uy ainree jtarar'ee at ettri i Here is a list of the items that were reviewed in Maricopa County Attorney Tom Collins' investigation of allegations that Gov. Rose Mofford failed to report some business ventures on her sworn personal financial disclosure statements from 1977 to 1988: GOEBEL Promissory note to Robert J. and Christine Goebel for $45,000 at 16 percent interest, dated Jan. 12, 1984, and secured by deed. Her share was 26.67 percent. It was paid off on July 12, 1984, but not reported on her 1984 statement. KINGMAN Fifty percent ownership of 28 acres in Kingman, which were purchased for cash on Oct. 15, 1982. Mofford contributed $35,000 of the purchase price. It was not reported on the 1982 statement. MANSFIELD TRACT The El Mirage real estate was purchased on July 11, 1978, for $16,500, $3,500 down, balance at 8 percent interest. It was sold on Dec. 18, 1979, for $30,000. Mofford's original share was one-third, but it increased to two-thirds in 1982 after the death of her ex-husband T.R. Mofford. The buyers fell behind in payments, and the matter was settled after a civil litigation on Aug. 25, 1986. She did not report the transaction on any statements filed between July 14, 1978, and Jan. 30, 1987. RAMSEY VISTA One and one-half shares of the total 100 shares in a limited partnership involving the purchase of 157 acres in Sierra Vista on Sept. 10, 1981, for $510,000, with $90,000 down. The limited partnership still holds the 157 acres. Mofford's share of the equity is $1,350, plus appreciation since 1982. Not reported on her financial statements for 1981 through 1987. STANTON Promissory note to Allen Mary Carman and Charles A. Stanton for $20,000 at 16 percent interest, dated Oct 12, 1983, secured by deed. It was paid off on May 29, 1984. Mofford's share was 50 percent. It was not reported on her 1983 or 1984 financial statements. TEASDALL Promissory note to William H. Teasdall and Al R. Launius for $23,000 at 16 percent interest dated April 28, 1983. and secured by deed. It was paid off on March 12, 1984. Her share was 26.08 4dsiF fine stosBS i ii ii rr: rni ii i Tucson i I I Sun II Mon Tue II Wed Tnu Fri Sat Mill a ta mat mt hi tm niumllniimi wnmii tuimm I TUCSON 5255 Speedwav Blvd. 2 blks of Craycmft Rd 327-6546 Howard Schmohl. Open only during the 43 most efficient selling hours Developing maximum sales with l-shift overhead helps us cut tire prices. fj kW i SreU'ltH ttuctres w) 54 stores including Texas. Kansas City, Seattle, California. If you have a complaint help us by writing lo our president. Don Carr. 17622 Armstrong Ave. Irvine CA 92714-5791 Or leave phone number with the store mgr 4 our regional mgr will rail you next time he is in area 4day Ihntted guarantee II kfort ream IX awmed aileatt a Mt amtasel uwttt ttcane mum asc tot pmm IMI rap) atar nat kaiart rat-fiat Mt attt'ie, aUvm carl taaiatt 1 Mtftn at -mo i in a ata una 3 wmv ana ittin tm mw mi He Ma mum-ten Hanoi tn st at arm pa ante at aa iwtt Ircl tr tirtaiat pa Cret dtd ma iratati at mnet awt! rj svuif pa ffers fptat tret ha 25 at pumwd tMcaat latlcn nt It 'lira irs ii 11 4 000 mm mart trtt fn. 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