The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 11.01.1980, Blaðsíða 8

The White Falcon - 11.01.1980, Blaðsíða 8
Page 8 The White Falcon January 11, 1980 Classified ads Automobiles 1974 VOLVO 144 DELUXE—summer and winter tires. Call Frank at 2207/5142. 1973 GMC PICKUP—snow tires, camper shell and boot, 67,000 miles, two seat couch, carpet and shelves. $2,000 or best offer. Call 4847 from 8 to 5 p.m. 1970 MERCURY COUGAR—good running condition, new exhaust and heater core. Best offer. Call Dave Carr at 7214/4568. 1977 JEEP CJ-7 RENEGADE—hardtop, automatic transmission, power steering, a/c, low mileage, extras, excellent condition, blue book price. Call Chaplain Duncan at 7964. 1976 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER—very many extras, asking $5,000 firm mation call 4264. good condition, For more infor- 1969 VW—good running condition, automatic trans- mission. Call Sgt. Townsend at 4724 home or 7989 work. 1973 CHEVROLET MALIBU--V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, metallic blue, air condi- tioning, four summer and four snow tires, chains, AM/FM radio. $1,600. Call Kathy at 4181 or Tom at 7366. 1975 AUSTIN MINI—lots of new parts, six good tires, excellent running condition. Call 4169 after 5 p.m. Auto accessories VEHICLE STARTER—for Ford vehicle, remanufac- tured, never used, still in box. $30. Call Dave Carr at 7214/4568. For Sale Call 4824 after PIONEER SX 780—receiver 45w channel $210, Sansui SP25 speakers $20, black & white TV with AFRTS and Icelandic reception $80. Call Palmer at 2207 or 5142. KING SIZE HEADBOARD—solid maple $50, Odessy by Magnavox TV tennis, hockey and racquetball game $10. Call 4462. CHEST DRAWER—$25, dresser $35. 5 p.m. STEREO SYSTEM—Kenwood model 11-G 125 watt AM/FM receiver, AR-12 150 watt speakers, Sony K-96R cassette deck, Dual 721 turntable, and this sys- tem is less than three months old. Call 4660. MULTI FAMILY PACKOUT SALE—bar stools, dishwash- er, tires, books, clothes for men, women, boys, girls (some chubbies), toys, sled, and more. See tomorrow at Qtrs. 924-6 Birch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. THREE PIECE BEDROOM SUITE—two piece couch, gold swivel rocker, dining room table with four chairs, bookcase headboard and other household items. See tomorrow and Sunday at Qtrs. 5 Birch- 3B from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 4660. FROSTLINE—"Zephyr Gore-tex" parka kit. Unused— still in original carton. $50. Call Bishop af- ter 5 p.m. at 4476. DISHWASHER—a Sears Kenmore portable dishwasher. $100. Call 4264. TV STAND—the roll around type. $10. Call 7214/ 4568. PLANTS—winter clothes, shades, toys, and Avon i- tems. See at Qtrs. 1052A tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 4181/7366. Wanted NANNY G0VE_RNESS—my home for bright good-natured three-year-old, plus baby in May. Hours vary, usually about 35 weekly, at least one afternoon off. Please call Dr, Buck at 4990 or 3351. HOUSESITTER—responsible couple to housesit from February 15 to March 17. There are two pets to care for. Call 7968 after 5 p.m. HOBBY HORSE—for child. Call 7068 after 5 p.m. SNOW TIRES—F78 x 14 or G78 x 14 or H78 x 14. CAT CARRIER—Call 4169 after 5 p.m. or 4393 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free INDEPENDENT GRAY FEMALE CAT—1 1/2 years old with a litter box, scratching post, dishes, and a sup- ply of pills included. Call 7723. LITTER TRAINED KITTEN- 7257 after 6 p.m. eight week old male Call CAT—female, 1 1/2 years old, excellent around children. Owner is leaving in one month. Call 4724. Miscellaneous THE NORTHERN ATLANTIC COIN & STAMP CLUB- will meet this Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Community Cen- ter. Everyone is invited to attend. Bring your family and a friend. The Northern Atlantic Coin & Stamp Club needs your support. THE AFI DINING IH—will be held Saturday January 26 at 6 p.m. in the Commissioned Officers' Club. Contact your organization's junior officer's club representative for ticket information. INTERIOR DESIGN CLASSES—will begin on Monday Classes will be held on 9 p.m. The January 21 at the USO. Monday and Wednesday nights from course includes the basics of design, color theo ry, background treatments, lighting, accessorIz' ing and furniture arrangement. Call the USO to register at 7980. CHAPEL BOOKSTORE—will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Sunday in the Chapel hall. There will be a 20 to 40 percent off sale on all kinds of Bibles, Bible study aids, children's Bibles, children's religious books and other religious literature. THE ARCTIC SPORTSMEN' S CLUB—will meet this Wednesday to form committees for fishing, trap and skeet, building renovation, and publicity. All members are encouraged to attend. On Friday January 18, annual installation of new club offi- cers will be held at the Windbreaker. Your re- servations for the installation must be in by this Tuesday. For further information call Bob Morgan at 7927/4250, or call the club during the hours listed below at 2291. Hours of operation are: Monday, 6:30 to 9 p.m.; Thursday, 6:30 to 9 p.m.; and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. THE YOUTH CENTER—offers an adult slimnastics for ages 16 and up on Mondays and Thursdays. On this Monday The Youth Center will be offering new classes In belly dancing. For more information please call Ginny Lumpkin at 7508/7822. ICE & FIRE THEATRE GROUP—will hold auditions for its next comedy, "Take A Number, Darling", on Monday and Tuesday at 7 p.m., in Building T-183. All Interested people are welcome to attend an open house on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Building T-183. Entertainment and refreshments will be provided. The Ice and Fire Theatre Group needs your support. THE TOASTMASTERS CLUB—will meet at the Top-Of- The-Rock this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. UNITED BAPTIST CHURCH—welcomes all personnel to our services at the Community Center every Sun- day at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. TOWING SERVICE—The Rocky Road 4-Wheelers are once again offering free towing service. So if you find yourself stuck and need a tow; just call 7272 between 6 and 11 p.m. Remember this service is free. HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW?—Fish is a great substitute for meat, but do you know what to look for in fresh, frozen, or canned seafoods? Write for a free booklet: Fish at the Market No. 536E, Con- sumer Information Center, Pueblo, Co. 81009. DRIVE PROTECT IVELY Ad rules Classified advertising is free to all military personnel, dependents and U.S. Civil Service employees stationed in Iceland. Ads must be sub- mitted on the proper form which is available in the White Falcon Office located in Bldg. 734 (situated between Medical and Naval Station/AFI Headquarters in the old Wood Hobby Shop). The ad deadline is 5 p.m. Monday for publication the following Friday. Situation or service ads such as "will do babysitting" or "will do automotive repairs" are con- sidered to be of a commercial nature and are not permitted. The White Falcon reserves the right to edit all ads to fit proper style and space limitations.


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