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The White Falcon - 17.10.1980, Blaðsíða 8

The White Falcon - 17.10.1980, Blaðsíða 8
Page a The White Falcon October 17, 19BO CLASSIFIED ADS Automobiles 66 BRONCO--six cyl., three speed, AM/FM/cas- sette stereo, spare tire, jerrycan carrier plus cans, new paint job, rebuilt engine and many extras, $2500. Call 4169. 67 PLYMOUTH FURY—Call Gibson at 6235. 68 MERCEDES BENZ—four door, A.T., A cyl. eng. Call A592. 73 VW WAGON—needs work, $800 or best offer. Call 4149 or see at 960-1J. 77 CHEROKEE CHIEF—A.T., Quadratrac, $5000. Call John at 5234 or 7554. 77 TRAILDUSTER SPORT—excellent condition, H.D. suspension, 360-V-8 with cold pack, special undercoating, AM/FM cassette, mud and snow tires, many extras. Call Tabb at 7936 or 7251 after 5 p.m. 79 CHEROKEE GOLDEN EAGLE—by original owner, 3700 miles, P.S., P.B., AM radio, Quadratrac, five Goodyear A.T. Tracker tires, spare never used, car has never been off the road, owner's manual and factory repair manual included, Z- Bart treated, $9000. Call CDR Monkres at 7459 or 5110. 79 SCOUT II—four-wheel drive, 12,000 miles, 304 cu. in. V-8, A.T., P.S., P.B., AM radio, rustproof, mud and snow tires, inspected and insured through March 81. Call 7601 or 7115. 79 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER—four-wheel drive, excel- lent condition, less than 6500 miles, $6700. Call Lt. Sims at 7938. Auto accessories BEHIND-THE-CAB BOX—for pickup truck, fits across pickup beds 54"-58" wide, good condition includes plastic tool tray, but has no locks, $25. Call 4085. SPARK PLUG WIRES—for eight cyl.;four qts. auto transmission fluid ATF220; wiper blades PR-14- 2W. Call Donnie at 7180 after 5 p.m. For Sale SUEDE COAT—heavy lining, hood, rust colored, size 7, $75. Call 7310/11 or 6146 after 5 p.m. WASHER—and dryer by Kenmore, heavy duty, gold colored, used only seven months. Call 5267. TURNTABLE—B.S.R. "Mini-Changer" stereo turn- table, one needle broken off, $15. Call 4085. SPEAKERS—JBL 166 speakers; Sansui G-901 tuner/ amplifier; Peavey P.A. System. Call Rick at 7336. BOOKS—mostly paperbacks, romance and adven- ture. Tomorrow from 9 a.m. to I p.m. at 951- 3K. Prices range from .50c to $1. SNOWSLEDS—new, one small, $15; one large, $20; Slotless racecar set mounted on green felt- covered board, $15. Call 5383. REFRIGERATOR—freezer; humidifier. Call John at 2227. STEREO SYSTEM—65 watt amplifier, tuner, cas- sette deck, turntable and audio rack, $500. Call 7223 after 5 p.m. CARPETS—plush egg-shell colored carpets for three rooms, 24' x 12', 10' x 12', 14' x 12', $250; also gold 9' x 12' carpet for $35. Call Linda at 7310 or 6146 after 5 p.m. FUEL—for camping accessories by Coleman. Call Donnie at 7180 after 5 p.m. COLOR TV—23" Admiral console, $250. Call 7846. WINTER COAT—women's size 12-14, very warm, water repellant, pile lined removable hood, full length, like new. Call Liz at 4279 or 7251 after 5 p.m. & W TV—12", on and off-base reception. Call 4592. TELEVISION—RCA 12" portable B & W, solid state $50; Soundesign TX-497 cassette deck, excellent condition, $95; Glenburn four-speed turntable, needs work, $10. Call 7601 or 7115 after 5 p.m. STEREO—Sharp AM/FM stereo amplifier, speakers, turntable plus music center, $200. Call 4212/ 6118 or 6166 after 5 p.m. PLANTS—coleus, spider, strawberry begonia, ivy and many more; ladies' winter coats, sizes 12 and 14; boy's clothing, sizes 5 and 6, Call 7270 or see at 1087D tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. SALE—sleds, clothes and much more. Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1075-D. SALE—Petri camera accessories; brown carpet, 12' x 15'; two brown runners, 6' x 4'; one brown runner, 3* x 2'; sofabed; coffee table with hand-carved trimming; boy's clothes, sizes 1 and 3; rust carpet, 6' x 9*. Call 5271. SALE—books; iceskates; recliner; large green carpet; ceramics; records; ladies' winter coat; clothes, sizes 5 and 7; assorted children's clothes. Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1085C. SALE—sewing machine table; plants; toys; boy's clothing, sizes 6 and 10; timing light; trichem set; sleds; bikes; tire chains; kitchen table; children's table set; new baseball cleats, size 13D; boy's over-the-shoe boots, sizes 5 and 6; hamster cage. Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1083-B. SALE—Packard-Bell stereo console with Garrard turntable; Sony TC-630 solid state reel to reel; clothing; kitchenware; comics; albums and more. Tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 3 Birch 1A. Wanted TRANSFORMERS—and an infant car seat. Call 7008 and leave message for Ed Siemaszko. GOOD HOME—for an affectionate cat. Call 7270. B & W TV—with off-base reception; Ironing board; file cabinet; transformers. Call Meyer at 7008 or 9-3381. SNOW TIRES—for VW Beetle. Call Carol at 7980 or 4253 after 5 p.m. HOUSING—School teacher needs to find housing off base, three bedrooms preferred. Call Ed Siemaszko at 7008. Found FURRY ICELANDIC PET—call and describe. Call 7134 after 5 p.m. Miscellaneous FRA—The Fleet Reserve Association will sponsor a Halloween Costume Dance/Party on Oct. 31 at the Fleet Home to FRA members and their guests. For ticket information, contact Roger Hines at 3365 or Jim Long at 7430. AAUC—The Afro-American Unity Club is sponsor- ing a pre-Halloween Children's Carnival at the Community Center tomorrow at 4 p.m. There will be fun and games, clowns and magic. Chil- dren aged 10 and under are welcome. SALE—A retail sale of excess household-type furniture to Defense Force Members will be con- ducted Monday in Bldg. 866 from 9 a.m. to noon. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS—meets every Monday and Friday at 11:30 a.m. in the Naval Station Chapel, Fellowship Hall and on Sunday and Wednesday at 9 p.m. in Keflavik. For transpor- tation, come to the USO between 8 and 8:30 p.m. On the first Wednesday night of each month an Open Meeting is held in Keflavik. 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 Monday at 7 p.m. in the CAAC Center. For more informa- tion, call 7333 or 7257. Cryptograms No. 1—BPKRFHKR XPFKR PBYHZKOK, RTON MFO MZVMNK IJJL. No. 2—MTPS TR MTZS OMHVTCF H UTBMTC RBMB TC OEAMTD HCG MSHICTCF JKS TCRJIELSCJ HR BCS FBSR BC. No. 3—SPNCOSH WP SIIVW GIEPGNOSH BW PNCIG QIPQMI'W CBAONW. The answers to last week's cryptograms are: No. 1—There are two sides to every question and if you want to be popular you take both. No. 2—If God had meant for people to go nude they would have been born that way. No. 3—Occasionally you meet a person who thinks he is all seven wonders of the world. ENERGY AWARENESS WEEK OCT. 27-NOV. 2 Ad rules C~issified advertising is free to all military personnel, dependents and V. S. Civil Service employees stationed in Iceland. Ads must be submitted on the proper form, which is available in the White Falcon office, located in Building 734C. The advertising deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday for publication the following Friday, Situation or servil ads such as "will do babysitting" are oonsidered to be of a commerci 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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