The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 22.10.1971, Blaðsíða 10

The White Falcon - 22.10.1971, Blaðsíða 10
BOWLING, from Page 9 John Brubaker paced the medics as teammate Wally Nykoruk contribu- ted a 210 game. In other action, AFI managed to stay within striking distance as they took CommSta No. 4 for three games. Doug Bokath rolled a 566 for AFI while Ken Schoen- stein contributed a 515 in the losing cause. Rockville also took three from Coast Guard/Dental as Mike Kelly paced the Rockhounds with a 530 and Larry Pearson rolled a 214 game in the losing tilt. Public Work's John Ernest hit for a 602 series but it was in vain as Charlie Gill and his 524 set paced CommSta No. 1 to three victories. FORMS from Page 3 the items listed on the form may be removed via any gate during its operating hours by presenting it to the policeman on duty. Clearance of items with Ice- landic Customs remains the re- sponsibility of individual per- sonnel, for which one's copy of Form 44 must be retained. Clear- ance will be effected within 10 days of moving on base or upon receipt of PCS orders. I JOl Chuck McDonald'si Teacher in the spotlight Kathryn Nelson, a native of South Dakota, is our teacher in the spotlight this week. Kath- ryn is a local-hire teacher and teaches first grade. She received her Bachelors degree in elemen- tary education from Northern State College, Aberdeen, S.D., and is teaching her second year here at A. T. Mahan. Previously she has taught second gradein Blue Earth, Minn., and third grade in Huron, S.D. for two years. 10 KEFLAVIK SCENE The new Ski Chalet (formerly the Ski Hut) will hold its grand opening tomorrow afternoon from 2-6 p.m., with Capt. Jack McDon- ald cutting the ribbon officially opening the new facility- It's located in Bldg. T-198C in the Rosebud area across from the foot- ball field. The facility carries a full line of skis, boots, bindings and all other related skiing equipment. Information a- bout upcoming ski trips will be available, and refreshments will be served. Then, Tuesday evening local scouting groups will be holding their Court of Honor in the new high school multi-purpose room. That will be at 7:30 and all parents are invited. Monday is Veterans Day. This is the first year it is being held on the fourth Monday of October. Previously it was observed on Nov. 11. This is the day set aside each year for us to re- member all living and deceased veterans of American wars and the contributions they have made in the cause of freedom. Looking ahead to the immediate future, on Oct. 30 the 56 Club will be hosting its talent show starting at 9 p.m. Here's a chance for all you entertainers to display your talents. First, second and third place prizes will be awarded and all contestants have the opportunity for future employment at the clubs on the base. On Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Scout Hut, the Senior Scouters Or- ientation night will be held with Icelandic Scout officials All senior scouters are invited to attend this function. Nov. 1 is also the deadline for the Freedoms Foundation Letter' Writing Awards program. Time is running out. If you have been thinking of submitting an entry this year, you have just ten days to get it postmarked. The subject for this year's contest is "What is an American?" Entries, which should also include the author's full name, social security number, complete military ad- dress, service or reserve component and complete permanent home address, should be sentto Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa., 19481. Remember Nov. 1. Also in November, the U. S. Marine Corps marks the 10th as its 196th anniversary. Local Marines will be joining comrades-in- arms the world over to mark this event. Plans are for this year's celebration to be in the old Rod and Gun Club building. Admis- sion is by invitation only. Model racing buffs can look forward to lots of fun around the slot tracks. The Recreation Department has received a track from Argentia, and will publish more information when it is installed. The next Officer's Wives Clubs* dialogue series will take place at 8 p.m. in the Officer's Club. Dr. Hewitt, principal of A.T. Mahan has promised an interesting topic with lively discussion. Husbands are invited and the meeting is very informal. The Girl Scouts are working on projects, but they need your help. If you have any used Reader's Digests, you are asked to bring them to the Girl Scout Hut Tuesday, after 3 p.m. or call Mrs. Jenkins at Kef.-14493 or Mrs. Pulvermacher at Ext. 8313. By now everyone should have received their new telephone di- rectory. In addition to updating the list of subscribers, over 500 telephone numbers have been changed. The physical changing of these numbers commenced Tuesday evening and will be completed by Sunday evening. All numbers in the new directory will be in effect Monday. If you receive a wrong number please consult the new directory. The party you are calling could have a new number. These changes were not restricted to one type or area, but have been scattered throughout the station. Furthermore, although every effort was made to ensure high accuracy in the new direc- tory, there will be some errors. If you should find an error in your listing, either official or personal, please notify the tel-^ ephone office in Bldg. 166 or call Ext. 3100. October 22, 1971


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