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The White Falcon - 25.07.1980, Blaðsíða 8

The White Falcon - 25.07.1980, Blaðsíða 8
Page 8 The White Falcon July 25, 1980 CLASSIFIED ADS Automobiles 67 LANDROVER—four wheel drive, lone, body. Call 2145. 79 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER--9,000 miles, excellent condition, $6500. Call 4769. 74 AMC HOICET—runs good, good gas mileage. Call Jeff nt 7181. 74 CHEVY VECA--S/W. four cyld., four speed, eco- nomical, new clutch, A/C, and four extra snow tires, $1500. Call 4745. 79 JEEP CHEROKEE—A/T, quadratrac, P.S., P.B., skid plate, two mounted five gallon cans, three- band radio/cassette, insured, S6800. Call 4723. 72 FORD TORIMO—302 eng., auto trans., power steering, good condition, some rust but solid underneath, comes with five summer tires and five snow tires, one set of chains, good reliable transportation, 51200. Call 4103. 78 FORD BRONCO—4x4, P.B., P.S., four speed, lock out hubs, fold-down rear seat, $6000 firm. Call 4637 or 7016 after 5 p.m. Might take your small old (under $1000) car in trade. 74 TOYOTA LAMDCRUISER—insured and insoected, needs new seat covers, $2600. Call DS2 Burnham at 4206 or 4326. 71 CHEVY MALinU—350cc. A.T., P.B., P.S., needs some body work, extra tires with chains, $1000 firm. Call 4256 after 5 p.m. 73 SUPER BEETLE—four speed, four snow tires, $1200. Call Watson at 7685 or 7041 after 6 p.m. Auto accessories FOUR STUDDED SNOW TIRES—A78-13, excellent condi- tion, $95. Call 5125 or 5278 after 4 p.m. and ask for Randy. ONE SET OF TOO SNOW CHAINS—fit 10-15 LT tires (light trucks, Scout, Jeen, etc.), like new used once, $50 or make offer. Call 7371 after 5 n.m. or weekends. ONE C70-14 SNOW TIRE—with rim, like new, $25. Call 214s. ONE GAS CAN HOLDER—$3, scissor jack, $7, assor- ted colors of spray paint, 50c a can. Call 2243. VW PARTS—for Beetles and some for type three Squareback. Call 7651 after 5 n.m. AUTO PARTS—many parts for VW. Call Jim at 4206 or 2148. or Sal. MISC. ITEMS (PACKOUT SALL)—chiltls sled, games, ladies ice- skates size nine, ladies and girls dresses, formaIs, sweaters and slacks-some worn only once, size 8.-14, various plants, chess set, donut maker, back issues of four wheeler maps., and more. Tomorrow at 1063—C from noon to 4 p.m. MISC. ITKMS (PRE-PACKOUT SALE)—mens, womens and childrens wear, air brush, bowling ball and water bed. Tomorrow from 2 to 4 p.m. at 961-2 on the third floor. MISC. ITEMS (PACKOUT SALK)—baby items, clothes size 12-18 months and 6-10 yrs., toys, games, books, record player, aquarium stand and acces- sories and much more. Tomorrow at 1037-E from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MISC. ITEMS (SALE)—console stereo, 550; mens 27" ten speed bike, $120; baby changing table, $2; mens, womens and childrens clothing* toys; plant* and more. Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1043-E. MISC. ITEMS (SALE?—queen size electric blanket, (new); queen sheets, (new); toaster; Norwep.ian pewter salt and pepper; Bible commentary; mens brown clogs size 10; set of four china demitasse cups and saucers. Tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. at 1075-B. MISC. ITEMS (SALE)—baby crib and mattress, $10 ; twin size box springs, $10; rockinp horse/walker $5 ; Toddler Ride toys, $5; baby clothes; adults clothes and more. Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1052-F Coral Sea. MISC. ITEMS (PACICOL'T SALE)—eight track receiver with two way speakers; wooden playpen with pad; baby backpack; baby changing table; childrens clothes Sizes 10-12 ; some drapes and plants; toys and books* kitchenware; electric blanket; ice bucket and more, Tomorrow from 1 to 4 p.m. at 104Q-B. MISC. ITEMS (SALE) — potted Plants in glass nots, many varlties, your choice, $3.50; curtains; childrens clothes and toys; china! crock nlate electric skillet and much more. Tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. at 927-1. MISC. ITEMS (SALE)—porta crib with sheets; car seat; pre-recorded reel to reel tapes ; XL mens clothes; babv items; some toys and plants. To- morrow from 10 a.m. to 3 n.m. at 1039-A. MISC. ITEMS (PACKOUT SALE)—10 gallon fish tan!-, with accessories, $35; Sears Child stove and sink, $30 for both; clothes", toys; games; books; magazines; plants; snow tires 1178-15, $15 each ; down-filled coat, $30; and matching ski Dants, $10; ladies sine 12 or teen boy size 18-20; Oster footbath and massager, $5; Fisher Price school house, $5; queen size mattress and box springs, like new, $13G;and more. Tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. at 1075-B. GREEN RECLINER C1LAIR—make offer. Call Watson at 7685 or 7041 after 6 p.m. KENWOOD RECEIVER—KR-4200, $190; Garrard turn- table model 82 with cartridge, $105; Akai reel to reel 1731D, $243," Kenwood speakers KL-5090, fill5 each. Call 4269. 19 IN'CH B&tJ TV—excellent picture, $30. Call 4879. AIWA AD-16QQ STEREO CASSETTE DECK—asking $180. Call 7114 or 4301, VARIOUS PLANTS—macramo hanger and a hanging planter. Call 7224 or see at 927-1. WHITE SEWING MACHINE—In very good condition, 29 stitches. Call 4071. TWO NICHTSTANDS—$5, one manual typewriter, $25, Call 4143 after 5 p.m. GRUNDIG MAJESTIC CONSOLE STEREO—AM/FM, SW1 and SW2, turntable, three storage compartments, four built in speakers, four extra sneaker hook-uns, hook-up for tape player, German made (220*^110) excellent condition, asking. $200. Call 5271 af- ter 10 a.m. PLANTS—womens sweaters and shirts, sizes 10-12, bovs shirts size 4-6; womens shoes; Hushpuppies, new size 7A; girls shoes, new size -7B; childrens shoes, size 10; and books. Call 7468. DRAPES—made of heaw material, $30. Call 2145. TODDLER'S SLIDE—red with natural wood, from Sears, fully assembled, In good condition, $15. Call 7261, TOO YELLOW SOLID COLOR QUILTED BED SPREADS— for single beds, $5 each. Call 7261. MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS—with frame, $1001 new tire chains fits 14 or 15 inch, S15, Call WIS or 4274 and ask for Mike. ONE PAIR OF PIONEER CS-9PA SPEAKERS—excellent condition, $250. Call 7261. DRUMS—five peice, plus cymbals with aluminum road cases for all. Call 4325 or 7538 in Rm. 217. DRAPES—off-white background with blue/beige floral design, presently used In new housing D apartment to cover picture window (can be ex- tended to cover door if desired), comes with triple traverse rod, sheer (light blue) valances, very good condition, $100. Call 4103. TWO HANGING VINE PLANTS — S4. one hanging plant, $>, all three with pots. Call 4103. Ad rules WROUGHT IRON SWIVEL CHAIR—with orange cushion- ing, $2-}. Call 4103. DISHWASHER— $70; Yashica Electro 35, 35mm camera, flash and Camera bag, $100. Call 6171 after 5 p.m. GIBSON SIX STRING ELECTRIC GUITAR—SG model with case; Peavev P.S. system, sure SM58 microphone with stand; electro harmonix phase shifter with envelope cont. , PAIA micro synthesizer. Call 5255. MAYTAG PORTA WASHER AND DRYER—never used, small apartment or barracks sized; also a pottery wheel. Call 7016 after 5 p.m. Monday thru Fri- day. CORTF.Z SIX STRING ACOUSTIC Gl'TTAR—nearl Inlay along neck, limited edition, model L-90. Call 4642 or 4507. Wanted BLUE THROW RUGS—call Winter at 7590 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. BABY WALKLR"call 2245. A FEW GUPPIES FOR A BIRTHDAY BOY—Call Mrs. Wag- oner at 4090. ONE NEW OR FAIRLY NF.W L78-15 SNOW T1RK—to be used as a spare, willing to swap a new 1178-15 tire. Call 7255 after 6 p.m. ANYONE INTERESTED SHARING OR COPYING—video cas- settes tapes. Call Bil] at 6257. TWIN SIZE BE1>—box spring and mattress. Call 5255. HOUSE TO SIT ANYTIME IN AUGUST—responsible per- son. Gall NavSta Security at 2000 and leave mes- sage for FA ScHcrdt. EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER—wanted for newborn, odd hours, starting in September. Contact Jim Gordon at 7050. CLUTCH AWO PRESSURE PLATE FOR VW 1300—Beetle. Call 420,', or 2148. Found LAMES WATCH—Identify and claim. Call 701S or 7908. Free ICELANDIC FURRY PET—nine months old, male, very good with children and extremely lovable, house trained. Call Dave at 4116 or 7214. FEMALE CAT—nice and friendly, needs good home, loves children. Call 4651 and ask for Rhonda. Miscellaneous OMBUDSMAN REPRESENTATIVES FOR COMMANDS—NavSta Mrs. Ruth Wilmer, 4602; NavCommSta Mrs. Dolores Baum, 4258/4608: NSGA Mrs. Netella Peterson, 5161/4602; and NavFac Mrs. Shirley Ferrio 5178 or 7508. THE COMMUNITY PARK PLANNING COMMITTEE—will meet at the Community Center Monday at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOLS—registration will be on the lEth of August. Register at the LACCO office early. STORY PROGRAM FOR PRESCHOOLERS—aged 3-5 weekly at the station library. Call 7323 or 4510 for more information. THE NAVY CAMPUS—will be sponsoring the Craduate Record Exam (ORE), on August 9. Call 6226 or 7795 for more Information or visit BOO 638. THE NAVY CAMPUS—will also be sponsoring the Scholastic Aptitude test for all P.OOST, ROTC can- didates on Sentember 6. Register at 1100 638 or call 6226. 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 Illdg. 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 S«rv j such as "will do babysitting" or "will do automotive repairs" sidered to be of a commercial nature and are not permitted. The^ Falcon reserves the right to edit all ads to fit proner style and snace limitations. m

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