Wed., Slay 3, 1D72 PRICES ARE GOOD WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY May 3,4,5, 6 3635 W. 10th St 353-5135 Weekdays 9 a . m . t o i O p . m . Sundays 0 a . m . t o 6 p.m. FISHERMAN'S HEADQUARTERS M "\? 5 ft'w'33f W; SPINNING ROD or CASTING ROD i u 31.7 r . v a i u i; Â· $ 3 99 Rainbow Rod. Tubular fiber glass rod. 6\'i ft. $4.97 value. Rainbow glass tod. 6 ft. o f t set handle i4.97:value. Spinnmri Rod 7955 C.istint] Rod 7?55C YOUR CHOICE SEAWAY FISHING BAG Canvas fishing hag. Rubber lined. Pockcls on front. Sl.29 value. WRIGHT McGILL t NEW EKE.CMW SPIN CASTING REEL THE EC88B FISHING POLE Combination spinning and fly rod. Compact 4 piece rod in cardboard tube. Easy storing. 5 ) 3 . 9 7 value. Model 4 F R U . 13 99 Blue Pacific SPIN CASTING REELS RED LABEL SALMON EGGS Rod Label, fluorescent Balls o' Fire Salmon Eqgs. 69c value. 49 SR49 5 MODEL 102 8 Ibs. MONOFIl/WENT - IOQ yds. All METAL PRECISION C A S T " G t A R S . STAINIESS SIEEl ROTOR. RAINBOW MONOF1LAMENT FISHING LINE ''4 lb. spool of monofilament fishing line. Your choice of 4, 6,8,10,12 Ib. lest line. SI.19 value. EAGLE CLAW SPINNING GREEN LABEL SALMON EGGS MODEL 225 Light Fresh Water $T49 REEL 7 Wright and McGill Blue P a c i f i c open f a c e spinning reel. A true fish catcher. Green Label Pautzkes Salmon Eggs. 79Â° FRICTION' PROORNG. Peak engine power! Â· I N C R E A S E S engine power Â· BETTER gas mileage Â· LONGER engine lile Â· EASIER starting Friction proofing. Add to oil. Increases engine power. Better gas mileage. 97c value. DuPONT GOLD SEAL OIL FILTER Spin-on oil filter by Gold Seal. $1.47 value. Fits most P o r ct s ,1 n d Chevrolets. 87 MONKEY GRIP TIRE REPAIR Repair for lubclcss tiros. No, CPJ23. $1.49 value. $109 GIBSON'S OIL Gibson's single grade motor oil with activated a d d i t i v e s . A n t i corrosion, null sludge, anti-rust, anti-loam. 5.99 OIL TREATMENT Smoother, quieter performance. I m p r o v e s power. Made bv DuPont. No. 1502. 59! ROBERK AUTO MIRRORS STP OIL TREATMENT Give your car or truck that " R a c e r ' s Edge" with STP oil treatment. ?8c value. S t a - T i g h t a u t o side m i r r o r s . Model 330. S2.77 value. 29 69 AUTO SEAT WEDGE Comfort cushion. !4xi4xT/2 inches. $1.09 value. 79 i R1SLONE ENGINE TREATMENT Ouiels noisy valves and liltors. Restores lost compression and power assures n smoother running cntjinc. BUMPER JACK Â·' ton, mechanical auto bumper jack. Fits most cars. Model No. 101. $4.27 value. Stamps In the News I By SYD KRONISH I AP Mowsfeaturei | Nations arc learning Die irn- jporlanec of postage stamps ris a mentis of promoting Ihoir progress, programs and prowess. One such country, the Itopuh- lie. of Indonesia, is promt (o show off ils growth' and development in a .scries of several new stamps and a list of more t conic, according to the World Wide Philatelic Aycncy, Just issued is a sel of throe s drops to salute Hie 25th ann'i- v rsary of the UNl.OMCON'OMI Commission for Asia ;m\ Ihe Fur East, plus a stamp to iiail the 5flth anniversary of Indonesia's Institute of Textile Technology. The ECAFK stamps depict the following: a reproduction of the UN's ECAFE emblem with its slogan "Progress Through Cooperation," a iniero-waye lower looming over tilled fields and a symbolic; design for irrigation and road building. Other announced Indonesian memorativc to the World I lean Campaign and International Book Year, the 10th anniversary ot the Motel Indonesia (as part of its Tourist series), Summer Olympics, the Indonesian Cultural Series, and a continuation of its fish series. -i All these stamps are now (or will be when issued) available at your local stamp dealer. : Collectors of U.S stamps can now receive automatically direct from their postal service first day cancellations ' of each new stamp, affixed to a souvenir page suitable for insertion in albums. The 8 x lO'/z inch souvenir page consists of a photo of (lie stamp, the stamp itself with first day cancellation, along with philatelic data and other information about the stamp. Tile page will he printed in two colors. To receive the pages the collector merely deposits S10 with his initial order. Each time he receives a souvenir page, 'a computer deducts the cost frpm his account--and lie will be notified when his collection needs replenishing, so no new issues are skipped. Cosl of the souvenir page is 50 cents plus the cost of the stamp. Mailings will be made monthly with souvenir pages of the preceding month. Hie program starts in June with the first page being the Yellowstone National Park stamp issued March 1. I Money orders or certified j checks for ?10 should be sent'to Philatelic Automatic Distribution Service, Philatelic Sales Unit, Washington, D.C. 20030. : : Sale of the famed Alfred J. Ostheimcr III collection was made to the Honolulu Advertiser to insure the group of stamps of being kept inlact arid in the islands. Â· There is the added historic note that Ihe newspaper's founder, H. M. Whitney, was the firs! postmaster of Hawaii, and that present publisher Thurston Twigg-Smilh is an outstanding philatelist. Appraisal of the collection was made by II. II. Jlarmer Inc., international auctioneers who refused to announce the value of the stamps involved. However, it might be said that two of Hie stamps alone could sell for $150,000 each in todayls market. '': The American Air Mail Society will hold ils 1072 convention in Cincinnati from Aug. 2S to 27. The convention will be held it! conjunction with CIN- PIOX, the Cincinnati Philatelic Society's Annual Stamp Exhibition and Dnursc. The gray fox is the only fox :hat climbs Irees. is the time to ; RUN A :WANT AD to sell your "don't needs" 352-0211 Tribune want ad* really work!
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