The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 23.09.1977, Blaðsíða 4

The White Falcon - 23.09.1977, Blaðsíða 4
Page 4 White Falcon September 23, 1977 National Hunting and Fishing Day to be observed by rod, gun club The Captain R.R. Sparks Rod and Gun Club will celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day again this year. The following activities are planned for tomorrow. 10 a.m. - noon Class II (averages of 20 or less out of 25) Skeet Championship. Signups close at 9 a.m. Held at the Skeet Range, one mile past the Turner Gate on the right side. Noon - I p.m. Turkey shoot (target with an "X" printed on it, closest pellet to the center of the "X" from 25 yards wins a 12-pound turkey. Guns will be available for those personnel who do not have their own. 1-3 p.m. Class I (averages of 21 or better out of 25) Skeet Championship at the Skeet Range. Sign- ups close at noon. 1 p.m. Rod and Gun Club open for food sales, r^ffee and soft drinks. Bldg. T-271. C. 0. RICE displays a prize catch. 4:30 p.m. Archery demonstration at the Rod and Gun Club. Bldg. T-271. NATO falls to Njardvik in first road game 80-64 The NATO Team traveled to Njardvik Saturday for their first road game of the season. They had to adjust to different rules of the Njardvik court, for example the six lane violation of three seconds in the key. NATO was defeated 80-64 under a well balanced Njardvik team who had four players in double figures. NATO shot 44 per cent from the field and 53 per cent from the foul line. Gary and Glenn scored 18 points while Wes scored 10 in double figures for NATO. Lewis engineers aerial attack VP-24 blasts Marines 24-0 In a coordinated aerial attack engi- neered by quarterback Ken Lewis, Patron 24 shut out the Marines 24-0. Mixing passes with a good ground at- tack, Lewis kept the opposition off bal- ance through the game. The Patron de- fense was thoroughly stubborn, denying the Marines any sustained drive and holding them scoreless. In other gridiron action AIMD/Supply blanked Mardet 18-0 while ComFairKef/IDF dropped NavFac 10-0, Det-1/AFI tied the 57th FIS 6-6 and NavSta tied the 57th 6-6. At mid-season the standings are: VP-24 10-0-0 Grindy 10-1-0 CFK/IDF 9-2-2 NSGA 7-1-1 Det. 1/AFI 6-3-2 AIMD/Supply 5-3-2 High School 5-4-2 57th FIS 3-5-4 Mardet 4-6-1 NavSta 4-6-1 NavFac 3-6-1 Det. 14 3-8-0 CLASSIFIED ADS Automobile 1969 VW 1300, in running condition, with four studded snow tires (new), four summer tires new, plus insurance for $650 firm. Call Dave at 7839 from 8 to 5 p.m. 1969 VW Beetle, automatic, inspected and insured, no engine for $150. Call Paul at 7640 before 4 p.m. or 7533 after 4 p.m. 1969 OPEL KADETT "L" WAGON, auto, trans. 'four mounted snow tires included. Just overhauled and tuned up recently for $750. Call 7186 after duty hours. 1969 VW 1300 in running condition with four studded snow tires (new) four summer tires plus insurance for $650 firm. Call Dave at 7839 from 8 to 5 p.m. 1968 Toyota Corona in good condition for $900. Call 7685 and ask for Larry. 1967 CHEVY IMPALA going for best offer. Call nights after 6 p.m. or on weekends at 2175. 1967 LANDROVER, Four speed/ four wheel drive in good condition. Call Tom at 3365 after 5 p.m. 7552. 1963 JEEP (CJ-5) lockout hubs, rollbar, tow bar, insured and inspected, in ex- cellent condition. Call 4242 or 3307. 1962 CHEVY II NOVA, six cyl. engine recently overhauled, inspected and in- sured, good mechanical shape with good snow tires for $600. Call Lane at 4555 or 4630. 1976 BROWN JEEP CHEROKEE with P/S, P/B and full 4WD. Call 7000. 1975 VW RASSAT, European version of VW Dasher in excellent conditon, four stud- ded tires, standard transmission has less than 15,000km. Available in early October. Call 7433/4143. 1974 CHEYENNE BLAZER, best offer over $4,100. Call 7805. 1972 CHEVY VEGA with GT package in ex- cellent condition with four studded snow tires (extra) fully equipped. Call Hinton at 7895/7789 Bks. 760 rm 109. 1972 VW in good condition with snow tires. Has European Specs. Call Bert or Rick 7436/2136. 1970 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT, automatic, 4WD, radio, insured and Inspected. Best offer over $1,200. Call Harnett 4110/7518. Available immediately. 1970 FORD CORTINA with new battery and starter, good tires, needs muffler. Good transportation for $650 or best offer. Contact Henson at 2116 before 5 p.m. or 6291 rm 309 Bks 744 after 5 p.m. 1970 VW-1200 standard transmission with four snow tires included. Two new tires and voltage regulator for $750. Call 7186 after 5 p.m. or BY5-PM Monday/ Sale ONE PAIR OF JBL L-100 speakers, still in original box for $440 or make offer, eall Williams at 4136/7962. NEW ELECTRIC WINCH, pulls 9000 of roll- ing weight up six degree grade for $130. Call Hiatt 7606/4395. SET OF G78-15 snow tires, two new, two used one season for $160. Call Hiatt 7606/4395. PACKOUT-SALE IN laundry room on first floor at Qtrs. 931-1 tomorrow from 1 to 4:30 p.m. DUAL 1219 TURNTABLE, works but needs minor repair for $40 and a large space heater for $15. Call 2159. TWO C78-13 studded snow tires. Like new, used approx. 250 miles for $50. Call Yoder 7033/4116. FORMAL BLACK VELVET dress in three piece style, worn twice in size 20; Icelandic Mokracote size 44 (European); child's western boot in size (>h- Come see at Qtrs. 606D or call 6251. TWO FAMILY PACK-OUT SALE: Womens' cloth- ing in sizes 5,7 and 10; mens' clothing; baby dresses; coats; plants and trees. High chair; car seat (molded); carrier; baby scales; sun lamp (new); winter dress coat worn a few times. See tomorrow at Qtrs. 951-3K from 1 to 4 p.m. EARLY 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH GRANDFATHER Clock with eight day five pillar move- ment and calendar dial. Lacquered case with Oriental designs, believed to have been made in China. The maker of the clock was Luke Wise of Reading, England whose name is listed in the English clockmaker's book. Priced at $2,500. Call Williams at 7962. TWO POLAROID SUPER SHOOTER PLUS cameras with carrying case, four packages of flash cubes and instruction book for $24 each. Call 7276 after 3:30 p.m. CHILD'S "MOTHERCARE" car seat used six months for $12. CHILD'S DRESS COAT in size 5. Avacado tree in a large pot and in good health. Call 4143. LONDON FOG COAT with liner in a medium size for $30; small ladies wool winter coat with hood for $30; raincoat for lady in a medium for $30. Call 7227 or come by Qtrs. 927-2E. SANSUI 5500 STEREO RECEIVER with ampli- fier in excellent condition, two ch/90 watts per channel. Call 7295. TRANSFORMERS—one 2000 watt and one 1000 watt for sale for a penny a watt Ice- landic made. IDF form 44 not needed for removal from base. Call Ray at 4612 from 8 to 4 p.m. INFANT CRIB with three crib sheets and dressing table all for $35. Call 4376 after 5:30 p.m. weekdays, anytime on weekends. KITTY LITTER . BOX, heavy duty plastic original cost $18, best offer asking. Call Bob or Vic at 7431. THREE E-78 studded snow tires mounted on Plymouth or Dodge rims for $60. Call White at 2101/7291. PARAKEET AND FULLY equipped cage, 10 inch tricycle with basket and horn; child's snow suit worn twice size three. Call 7958 after 5 p.m. SANSUI QR450O receiver, Sansui SR2050C turntable, Sony TC-165 cassette deck, four Sansui SP-30 speakers for $1,100. Will give to buyer 37 pre-recorded tapes plus stereo'cabinet. Call Kerr 4280. NORTH FACE JACKET for $25 and North Face sleeping bag for $35 both are Polarguard. Call Jake 7589/6220. MICHELIN 165x13 radials there are three; G-78xl4 two studded for $5 each. 3000 watt transformer for $30; Phillips port- able four band cassette radio for $45 and childs walking Pinto Pony for $4. Call Jenkins at 7133/7366. OFF WHITE CHEST OF DRAWERS, two end tables, comics,girl's clothes sizes 10- 12, boy's sizes 6 and 7, women's size 11-12 new pant suits, nicknacks, plants, pots and pans, Tri-Chemproducts and other miscellaneous items. See tomorrow from 10 to 2 p.m. at Qtrs. 605-B. GREEN VINYL RECLINER in excellent con- dition for $40; four studded snow tires 14 inches used only one season for $80. Call 4465. PACK-OUT SALE: clothes, records, books, games and various miscellaneous items. See tomorrow and Sunday at Qtrs. 1036-A. WOMEN'S CLOTHES hardly worn in size 18. Three siece skirt outfits, pantsuit plus jump suits also maternity slacks and tops in size 20 pants and large tops. Call after 4 p.m. 7954. TRANSFORMERS: 250, 500 and 1000 for one- cent per watt. Tire chains for VW bug for $5. Call 7919 after 5 p.m. TRANSFORMERS: 500 and 1000 watt a penny per watt. Call 7685 and ask for Larry. KROHLER CONTEMPORARY COFFEE TABLE and two matching lamp tables for $60; crib with mattress plus three fitted crib sheets all for $10, call 7943.. PRESCHOOL TOYS: Fisher Price school bus for $2.50; weeble treehouse for $3; run- about camper for $3; zylophone for $2; tuff stuff drill for a $1 and a putt putt railroad for $3.50. Call 7155. ONE 16 LB BOWLING BALL for $10; one Ice- landic road guide book for $3; one listen and learn phonics record set for $3; one pair of ice skates in a size &t for $2 and one TV hook-up for $2.50 also a elec- tric blanket for $2.50. Call 7771 ZENZA BRONICA S2A 2-l/4"x2-l/4" camera system, includes four interchangable lens, two interchangable film backs, attachable TTL Cds exposure meter, L type camera grip, filters, case, Honey- well 770 strobe for $900. Call Tucker at 5194/7127. SONY 1100 TURNTABLE FOR $50; Pioneer SX-434 receiver with two speakers for $175. Four Sears VW best bias snow tires for $100 with snow chains for VW for $15. Call Sprinkle at 4427/4292. Found FOUND ONE OIL PAINTING of bat girl For more information call 6136. Highest reward offer accepted. FOUND ONE 10k gold filled ring. Found on hill behind Building 1062. Call 7276 Lost LOST LIGHT BLUE hooded sweat shirt, with small Girl Scout pins on front. If found please call 7719 after 6 p.m. CASH REWARD IF FOUND, set of chrome trim for 4 wheel drive. Call Robertson at 7993. FOUL WEATHER JACKET taken from Base Gym men's locker room on the evening of Sept. 8 between 8:30-10 p.m. "A-158" is print- ed on back. If found please leave at base gym or call 7139. Miscellaneous ATTENTION ALL WOMEN who signed up for Women's Racquetball League; there is a meeting Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at the gym to establish teams. CommSta Wives Social is set for Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Human Relations Building, guest speaker is Bud Quinn. ANYONE WHO HAS PLAYED dungeons and dragons and would like to play again or anyone with a copy of "Chainmail" call 7419. CAR WASH IS BEING held tomorrow from 10 to 4 p.m. Your car will be washed for $1 at Qtrs. 603F. Contact Jim Metcalf at 4378 for directions. THERE WILL BE A meeting of all personnel interested in forming a Keflavik Boxing Association Thursday at the Andrews Theater at 10 a.m. Wanted SOMEONE TO CLEAN weekly: bathroom, kitchen, and living area only in a small apartment. Call 4376 after 5:30 p.m. on weekdays, anytime weekends. APPLICATIONS ARE NOW being accepted for bartenders, bar waiters and waitress and bar backs for the Officers' Club at 7004 or 7005 for more information. Free NEED HOMES FOR one male and one female cat. Call 7445 after 5 p.m.

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