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Kraft Cheese, 1924 on Flickr.

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Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 20s".  
“Kraft Cheese
Good Cheer - Good Cheese
Along with the holly wreath, the tinseled tree, ornaments and flickering candles, comes a remembrance of the Yuletide larder overflowing with abundant good cheer. As an indispensable part of the festive viands, you always include good cheese. If you will allow your choice to be guided by the Kraft Label, your hearty appreciation of such unmatchable flavor will remind you to use Kraft Cheese more often throughout the year.
Varieties
American, Pimento, Swiss, Brick, Old English (Sharp American) in tin foil loaf, also varieties in tins
Send for Recipe Book Sep. 12
Decidedly Better”

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Kraft Cheese, 1924 on Flickr.

Click image for 680 x 879 size.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/5332625908/in/set-72157618355222756/

Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 20s".

“Kraft Cheese

Good Cheer - Good Cheese

Along with the holly wreath, the tinseled tree, ornaments and flickering candles, comes a remembrance of the Yuletide larder overflowing with abundant good cheer. As an indispensable part of the festive viands, you always include good cheese. If you will allow your choice to be guided by the Kraft Label, your hearty appreciation of such unmatchable flavor will remind you to use Kraft Cheese more often throughout the year.

Varieties

American, Pimento, Swiss, Brick, Old English (Sharp American) in tin foil loaf, also varieties in tins
Send for Recipe Book Sep. 12

Decidedly Better”

(via USS Pueblo (AGER-2) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
I did not know the following until I was reading the third Will Robie book by David Baldacci titled “The target”. The Pueblo was mentioned and I had to look it up to see if indeed it was real, and really captured and still held by North Korea. It turns out that it is true. This I did not know.
USS Pueblo (AGER-2) is an American electronic intelligence (ELINT) and signals intelligence (SIGINT) ship attached to Navy intelligence, which was boarded and captured by North Korean forces on 23 January 1968, in what is known as the Pueblo incident or alternatively as the Pueblo crisis. The capture came less than a week after President Lyndon B. Johnson’s State of the Union address, only a week before the start of the Tet Offensive in South Vietnam and three days after 31 men of North Korea’s KPA Unit 12 had infiltrated across the Korea DMZ in an attempt to attack the South Korean executive mansion in Seoul. The subsequent 11-month prisoner drama was a major incident in the Cold War.
North Korea stated that Pueblo strayed into their territorial waters, but the United States maintains that the vessel was in international waters at the time of the incident.
Pueblo, still held by North Korea today, officially remains a commissioned vessel of the United States Navy. Since early 2013 the ship has been moored along the Botong River in Pyongyang, and used there as a museum ship. Pueblo is the only ship of the U.S. Navy currently being held captive.

(via USS Pueblo (AGER-2) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

I did not know the following until I was reading the third Will Robie book by David Baldacci titled “The target”. The Pueblo was mentioned and I had to look it up to see if indeed it was real, and really captured and still held by North Korea. It turns out that it is true. This I did not know.

USS Pueblo (AGER-2) is an American electronic intelligence (ELINT) and signals intelligence (SIGINT) ship attached to Navy intelligence, which was boarded and captured by North Korean forces on 23 January 1968, in what is known as the Pueblo incident or alternatively as the Pueblo crisis. The capture came less than a week after President Lyndon B. Johnson’s State of the Union address, only a week before the start of the Tet Offensive in South Vietnam and three days after 31 men of North Korea’s KPA Unit 12 had infiltrated across the Korea DMZ in an attempt to attack the South Korean executive mansion in Seoul. The subsequent 11-month prisoner drama was a major incident in the Cold War.

North Korea stated that Pueblo strayed into their territorial waters, but the United States maintains that the vessel was in international waters at the time of the incident.

Pueblo, still held by North Korea today, officially remains a commissioned vessel of the United States Navy. Since early 2013 the ship has been moored along the Botong River in Pyongyang, and used there as a museum ship. Pueblo is the only ship of the U.S. Navy currently being held captive.

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SUMMARY:
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CONSEQUENCE:
If the tire experiences cracking or broken ply cords, this will increase the risk of a tire blowout and the risk of a vehicle crash.
REMEDY:
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NOTES:
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