The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 08.08.1980, Blaðsíða 8

The White Falcon - 08.08.1980, Blaðsíða 8
Page 8 The White Falcon August 8, 1980 CLASSIFIED ADS Automobiles 67 LANDROVER—long body, $875. Call 5236 before 5 p.m. and ask for Mel. 69 LANDROVER--ugly but dependable, runs good, body fair, $1400 or will consider trade for smaller car. Call 7908 or 4245 and ask for Ron. 79 JEEP CHEROKEE—A.T.. Quadratac, P.S., P.B., skid plate, three-band radio/cassette player. Call Alcorn at 4079 or 4305. 75 VW RABBIT—A.T., AM/FM radio, summer and win- ter tires. Call Alcorn at 4079 or 4305. 76 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER—f our miles, going PCS, must sell, or 7889. 67_TOYOTA _C0R0NA—new parts wheel dTlve, low $3500. Call 5180 clutch March. exhaust, tires, shocks and spare parts, runs good, insured until Call 7566 after 5 p.m. 73 RANGE ROVER—four wheel drive mechanically good, needs minor body work, must sell before September 1, $3000. Call 7125. 74 SCOUT II—4 x 4, P.S., P.B., A/T, auto hubs, new tires, needs minor body work, $2500, must sell. Call 7125. 69 BELVEDERE—inspected and Insured until March 80, $475. Call 7841 on or after August 12. Auto accessories FOUR GR78-15 STEEL RADIAL TIRES—set of two tire chains to fit full-size 15" tires. Call 4451. F0UR_ WHITE SPOKE WHEELS—15 x 7, six lug, will Call fit Toyota and 7073 or 4350. Chevrolet, $130. Evan at or Sale WOODEN SLED—$3; steel rail sled, $5; medium wooden "radio flyer" wagon, $15. Call 7841 on or after August 12. Also, wooden playpen and pad, $10. TWO BEAUTIFUL. FULL PHILODENDRON PLANTS—with vines up to 12* and leaves 6" long, $15 each. Also several snaller plants. Call 7066. THREE NEW TRAVERSE RODS—50-86". $5 each. Call 4451. AM/FM STEREO RECEIVER—with eight Also 19" track tape Sears black player and two speakers and white TV set. Call 7214 and ask for Dave. SANSUI XS-800 FOUR CHANNEL REAR AMPLIFIER—and four channel Akai 1730-SS reel to reel, good con- dition, $350 for both. Call 7566 after 5 p.m. McGRAW-EDISON TOASTMASTER BROILER/OVEN—$35. Call Jim at 4865 after 5 p.m. NEW TWO-MAM BACKPACKING TENT—with ramfly. Call 2168. TOSHIBA 15" COLOR TV SET—like new, excellent picture. Call Doug Cross at 6180. LARCE GROW LIGHT—two tubes of light, 24" long, adjusts to 20" high, $4.50. Call 7261 after Mon- day. CAMERA—Yashica Electro 35 with flash; two stud- ded snow tires; car battery; baby walker; car- riage; playpen; and Tupperware. Call 7262. ONE PAIR OF CANNON TLS 180 SPEAKERS—$280 or best offer. Call 6139 or 2280. BABY DRESSING TABLE—$8; two-foot Chinese Ever- green with basket, $15; huge spider plant in clay pot, $25; jade, cactus, Ivy and more. Call 7224. FULL-SIZE BED—call 4821 after 5 p.m. PEAVEY P.A. SYSTEM—automix and reverb, $625. Electroharmonlx phase shifter, $75. Call 5255. TAPE DECK—Technics RS676US, front loading, ex- cellent condition, $200. Call Evan at 7073 or 4350. MISC. ITEMS CPACKOUT SALE)—boys winter clothes, toys, books, and much more. Tomorrow and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 922-1 Elm. MISC. ITEMS (SALE)—ladies clothing, size 8-10; chest of drawers with matching night stand; Tup- perware; plants and other assorted household goods. Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 925-1 Birch. Wanted EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS—for alterations of Marine uniforms for the Marine Barracks. Contact Capt. Johns at 4311. AUTOMOBILE OR STATI0NWAGON—four cyl., not over four years old, prefer standard trans., and AC but will consider others. Call 7755 after 5 p.m. BABYSITTER—two or three days per week for nine month old, my home preferred. Call Monica at 4477 after 5 p.m. DOUBLE BED. MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING—Call 5255. 24" GIRLS' BIKE—Call Schiff at 7970. SOMEONE TO SHARE DRIVING AND EXPENSES—from Mc- Guire AFB, N.J., to Tinker AFB, Okla., or Midwest area, deros September 4, 1980. Call 5125 and ask for Bunny. 2000 to 3000 WATT TRANSFORMER—110 to 220. Call 7098 or 4301. REFRIGERATOR—call Doug Cross at 6180. Free ICELANDIC CAT—male, three years old, housebroken good with children. Call 7566. Lost GRAY AND WHITE CAT—lost near the has Chapel, Call 4612 or 7067 after 5 p.m. MAG WHEELS— taken gray eyes BLUE "MONGOOSE" BIKE WITH RED from outside Hobby Center July 31, anyone having information, call 4275. BASEBALL—with red initial "EH" on it, removed from car at Little League ball field on July 29 between 6 and 8 p.m. Call 4755 or 4606. Found Call 4419 GOLD WEDDING BAND—on Softball field, or 4274 after 4 p.m., ask for Mike. Miscellaneous ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS—meets every Monday and Fri- day morning at 11:30 in the CAAC Center and on Sunday and Wednesday nights at 9 in Keflavik; for transportation come to the US0 between 8 and 8:30 p.m. For more information call 7333 anytime. AL-ANON—is a fellowship that tries to meet and alleviate the problems affected by living with an alcoholic. AL-ANON meets every Sunday evening at 7 p.m. in the CAAC Center. For more information call 7333 or 7257. THE MIDNIGHT SUN-DOWNERS—square dance club in- vites everyone to their Open House on August 16, 23 and 30 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lower School Multipurpose Room. BOOST AND ROTC—the SAT will be administered Sep- tember 6 at the High School. Call 6226 or 7795 for more information. EPISCOPAL SERVICES—there will be an organiza- tional meeting of all Episcopalians at Keflavik on Wednesday, August 13 at 4 p.m. in the Base Chapel. The purpose of the meeting is to organ- ize an Episcopal program including worship and study. If you cannot attend, please call Chap- lain Swanson at the Chapel (4111) or at his quar- ters (7945). OFFICER'S CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP—anyone interested in helping to form an OCF Bible Study class is invited to attend an organizaitonal meeting in the Chapel Fellowship Hall at noon on August 12. Bring a sack lunch. If unable to attend or for more information, call Lt. Col, Darwin Ray at 4229 or 5355. PARK PLANNING COMMITTEE—meets Monday in the Com- munity Center at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to participate. We need people interested in fund raising. REGISTRATION FOR BATON LESSONS—now being accep- ted at Youth Center. For more information call 7508 or 7822. COMMAND OMBUDSMAN REPRESENTATIVES—are Mrs. Ruth Ann Wilmer (NavSta), 4602; Mrs. Delores Baum (NavCommSta), 4258 or 4608; Mrs. Netella Peterson (NSGA), 5161 or 4602; and Mrs. Shirley Ferrio (NavFac), 5178 or 7508. ACROSS DCWN 1. li: aoldier pilot, lit 1. Flacaa of laarnlng ¦ lUmv aviation fatality 2. Whlta Eaater flower I, Top Secret 3. Honk 10- Craak goddeea of the uii-.:- ¦- 4. American Act of Ac«i 11. Circle tha slob* 3. Equal, ilallar (comb.) 13. Whtrlyblrd 6. Took 14. Wild ox of Tlbat 7. Before, aoonat than (poet.) 1}. la In debt 8- Training Inattuctor 16. Above and aupported by (prap.) 9. Avtnue IB. Knot again 12. Secretary of Defame 21. Kant 17. Coopaaa direction 23. Move head to agree 19. Technical order Mi Tiny flying lnaact 20. Moron* 10. Houaa pat 24. Spirit 31. Traval by water 33. Equal acore* 27. Incrcaa* In pay 33. Ruaatan-Aawilcan expert 26. Stop living on 13 Acroii 29. Not youngar 36- Hear lag organ 34. Near (prap.) 32. Labor disputes (See puzzle solution in next week's White Falcon) Wh^K^f Ad rules Classified advertising is free to all military personnel/ dependents and U.S. Civil Service employees stationed in I celand. 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/MT Headquarters in the old Wood Hobby Shop). The ad deadline is 5 p.m. Friday for publication the following Friday. Situation or smrvla such as "bill do babysitting" or "will do automotive repairs" aie sidermd to be of a commercial nature and are not permitted. The Felcon reserves the right to edit all ads to fit proper style and space limitations.


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