Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 9, 1974 · Page 15
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May 9, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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[GIBSON' PRICES GOOD MAY 9th thru llth. OPEN 9 A.M. CLOSED 9 P.M.? We Reserve The Right^ To Limit Quantities. Mo Dealer* Please TP Located Hwy. 71 North Across From Lewis Ford f Spray VAN WYCK "GIANT 5"CAN OPENER/KNIFE SHARPENER Model No. VW76 instant extra steam SPRAY MIST/ SHOT OF STEAM SUPER IRON P MODEL SSOS ZTouch a burton for either spray or instant jwtra penetrating steam. Instant concentrated S.steam for stubborn wrinkles. Puts professional- type creases in trousers or pleated skirls. SI vents for all-over steam coverage. Conceit-1 bated water spray on any setting for spot dampening. Great for Permanent Press fabrics. Switches to dry ironing instantly. Safety heel rest Mist-blue handle. Water level gauge. Reg. 824.59 · 5 giant features in compact design. · Stop-A-Matic - Stops when tid is open. · Cleon-A-Motic permits easy removal to clean cutting unit. · Cord storage. · Bottle opener. · Knife sharpener. Electric ELECTRIC SLICING KNIFE i By Van Wyck J No. VW44 1 FRY PAN $1 437 By Regal Teflon II Coated Reg. 818.97 [V"i_i^^\ '(J, *?tf.-\- ·t-k' i'^- POLYESTER DOUBLE KMT Sold By The Piece} \ Slightly Irregular SAYELLE YARN 74* 22 Yd. Polyester DOUBLE KNIT CREPE Model VW55 Van Wyck 5-SPEED HAND MIXER 4 Fold 4 Ounces Assorted Colors Polyeste Yd. Knit Coordinates 1st Quality, Reg. $3.84 Lightweight - only 2V 4 Ibs. Pushbutton ejector. Twin chrome beaters, Stores in drawer or hangs on wall. 5 tested recipe speeds. Heel rest. ibeam STEAM OR DRY IRON WITH 61 STEAM VENTS SUNBEAM NO-STICK SOLEPLATE MODEL SD7JOA 7 PC COOKWARE SET Interior* Umd with r-Hard TFION3E Sunbeam No-Slick surface for smoother ironing-no starch build-up. 61 vents for maximum steam coverage. Switches to "dry'" instantly. Permanent Press setting. Water level gauge. Large stainless ·!«·! tank. Wide-auj'le heel rest guarcfc against accidental tipping! "Big Mouth" water fill opening. Consist Of: 1 Qt, Covered Sauce Pan 2 Qt. Covered Sauce Pan 10 Inch Open Fry Pan 5 Qt. Dutch Oven (Lid Fits Fry Pan) Regal Princess CORN OPPER fcuMtie eleetrie-coacwe t r wMi 96 *e*tt \e* hot , IbBtter flaw cwaly. Fow qvart capacity features inrtant rdoa^repop. View ttn Loan tap Teflon II BLENDE No.BLS Fro* Stir toLlq "CLEAR BREW' AUTOMATIC GLASS PERCOLATOR Model P84A bleZOn C«p.HaBiry Cord Stance Keeps coffee serving hot, automat-' kally. Glass retards "old coffee"* build-up -- preserves fresh coffe flavor. Silver flowered decorator .vessel has break resistant plastic, lip, black trim. Brews 3 to 11 cups,' "Super-fine filter" screens out sed-: imertt Coffee level numerals. Ves-\ ,sel removes from handle and base 'for easy cleaning. Twist lock top. Arfcaru* T1MCS, Ttturt., May 9, 1974 * 11 · m *.···*··»*« * ^ Clearing Water May Signal Best Fishing By AUBREY SHEPHERD Good news! Lake and stream c o n d i t i o n s a r c improving rapidly and the best fishing wwk ol' the year may be coming soon. The water has steadily cleared up this week, and Us temperature has slowly risen. Les Thelan at Hickory Creek reporti: several good catches rur last weekend. Howard Weir and friend, of Fiiyetteville, took about 25 .crappie to LV4 pounds, on minnows. Mr. and Mrs. Puryear of Springdale "caught about !5 crappie on jigs. Barney, Garver of Lowell took, 4Jiree crappie in the two pound class, plus a 3'/z pound blaek on a hellbender. Glen Saflcy of Lowell took 10 blacks to 2'/i p o u n d s on a single spin. Bill Slifer took 7 blacks to 2'/2 pounds. Water had about 18 inches visibility and was 65 di'rees OL; Tuesday. "im Jennings at War Eagle Baal Dock reported that the k'r was clearing slowly and Lhdt temperature ' was drgrees on Tuesday. Joe Roddy and Purvis Smith took a limit of crappie on minnows -last Saluiday, while Frt-ridy Carncs ami friend took 15 bass to four pounds. Mr. Floyd of Cave Springs took 21 fish Monday -crappie, bass, and warmouth. Bill Hornshy of Payetteville took a dozen crappie and' three sj to 2'/a pounds, including a two ppuiul, two ounce crappie. S p r i n g d a l e Sport Shop rrpoited fishermen buying lots Pro Basketball BmiiiiiiiiiinfiunwiiiiiiNiiiniiiHiiiMiiiiniiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiii All Series Best-of-7 NBA Finals Sunday, April 28 Boston 98, Milwaukee 83 Tuesday, April 30 Milwaukee 105, Boston 36 overtime Friday, May 3 Boston 85, Milwaukee 83 Sunday, May 5 Milwaukee 97, Boston 89 Tuesday, May 7 Boston 96, Milwaukee 87 Boston leads 3-2. Friday, May 10 Milwaukee at Boston, N Sunday, May 1Z Boston at Milwaukee, if nee essary ABA Finals Tuesday, April 30 New York 89, Utah 85 Saturday,May 4 New York 118, Utah 84 Monday, May 6 New York 103, 'Utah 100 overtime Wednesday, May 8 Utah 97, New York 89; Ne York leads 3-1 Friday, May 10 Utah at New York, N Saturday, May It New York at Utah. N, if nee essarv plastic worms and chartreuw I inner baits as ol Tuesday. Gordon Mhoon reported that rappie weie hitting very well t Lake Sequoyah, including a ew smal! ones below the d a m . \ few small whites were being ikon below the dam Tuesday. C o r d o n ' s grandson, Marty owors, caught a five' pound lack from the dock last Fri- .v. Gordon says this is the best r?ar over for bass fishing on .ake Sequoyah. Bream fishing s also good. . TROT LINING GOOD Skan's Sport Shop recommends g o i n g downstream north) from the Highway 68 Bridge. Crappie have been rought in from Kelly and 'riendship Creek. Trotlining is ;ood and anglers are buying goldfish and minnows. One 18 lound catfish was weighed in ,1 Skans last week. L a k e Wedington Lodge sports few crappie. Bass isliing was off early in the icck. Some bass have finished pawning. Mike Drinkwater and [ Em Porter reported catching several small bass on Super R Rebels and on Chartreuse worms. Mike Maxwell r e p o r t s nking more than ten bass Tuesday, iishing blue worins and spinner baits in the back of Kelley Creek in very shallow waier. Water temp, was 68 in ,he cove. J. and J. Sportshop of Fay- ettevillc reported that Bill T h o m a s and Johnny Lang- 'ord got 26 c r a p p i e using minnows and jigs in W a r ^Llgle. One party reported catching minnows and jigs in War EaglC' One party reported catching 15 blacks that weighted SO pounds from White River. L!ut these lucky anglers failed give their names to Jim. 1'hcy were buying spinner baits. White Rivet Bait Shop reports fishing a bit slow on whites, with some caught over the weekend. Dick Finkus and Byron House had 15 white bass.- One weighted 2'/j pounds. Chester Gayer had five channels up to five pounds. Delmar Smith and wife caught 10 or 15 whites Saturday. J. R. Westbrook caught several drum on Monday. White beetles were taking a few whites. Successful fishermen can help everyone by reporting their catches to dock operators and sport shops shere they do business. We can all learn from one another. TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Rooches, Ants, Spiden, e COMMERCIAL S RESIDENTIAL . 442-7298 SALE Dealer Cost on Tires In Stock GREAT VALUES! GREAT TIRES! G78xl3 Phillips 66 Blackwall Tubeless Nylon Cord ONLY 17.89 Plus $1.83 F.E.T. and Old Tir» 700x13 Phillips 66 WhitewaH 4-Ply Polyester Cord Wide Tread ONLY 23.28 Plus 1.»S F.E.T. And Old Tir» BUY A SET - CHECK OUR DEAL OAK PLAZA 66 SERVICE STATION 1220 N. GARLAND The Pcffm IIMHOC CoiHjxny

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