The White Falcon

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The White Falcon - 19.02.1971, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 19.02.1971, Blaðsíða 1
THE WHITE FALQ XIV, No. 12 U.S. Naval Station, Keflavik, Iceland Feb. 19, 1971 Deadline set for returning AFRTS survey The bewitching hour has been established for the American For- ces Radio and Television survey. A firm deadline of 4 p.m. on Fri- day, February 26, will signal the conclusion of the current poll. The AFRTS staff is presently digging out from under the deluge of early returns, but one thing is becoming very clear. The NATO base audience is very critical of the operation, but, most impor- tant, there are many concrete sug- gestions being offered which will prove invaluable in analyzing survey results. The 6,000 forms are designed to provide a basis for determina- tion of listener needs. Several complaints have been registered about lack of survey forms. The initial supply is exhausted and personnel and/or dependents are asked to check with their commands for possible forms. More than 75 percent of the survey forms were kstributed through base commands* ^Completed surveys should be re- ed to parent commands or drop- in boxes at the exchange, com- missary, dining hall, any club or at AFRTS, Bldg. T-44. New housing project half occupied, April IS set as final target date pero ^¦^st ^^ed The 100-unit housing project is three-bedroom officer units filled The new occupants have complete of washing machines. According to to arrive in about one week. The eight officer units are the only new officer quarters in the current program and brings to 52 the numberof units now filled. The remaining units are scheduled to be occupied by April 15. For- ty-four two-bedroomenlisted units are now in use with another 44, and four four-bedroom enlisted units remaining before the April target date* New officer housing now totals 52 within the last year. There were 44 officer quarters built as part of the 140-unit housing com- pleted a year ago. The enlisted housing total will swell to 188 upon occupation of the 92 units in the current program. Ninety- six new units were completed last year. According to public works, one major item remains on the new housing project — "a face-lift- ing for the units." Exterior painting and sodding of the area will proceed when the weather im- proves . now over half occupied with eight on February 10. townhouse living with the exception public works, the machines are due Icelandic band plays Monday at Andrews Theater The Icelandic brass band Sva- nur, under the direction of Stjornandi J. Sigurdsson, will present a concert at Andrews The- ater on Monday, February 22, at 8 p.m. The band is celebrating its 40th anniversary and played its anniversary concert at Haskolabio in Reykjavik on Dec. 5, 1970. Their program features songs from "My Fair Lady" and "Porgy and Bess," in addition to various Icelandic melodies. The band also performs "Sleigh Ride," "Westminster," "Bugler's Holiday," and "Those Lazy, Hazy. Crazy Days of Summer."

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