The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 08.10.1976, Blaðsíða 2

The White Falcon - 08.10.1976, Blaðsíða 2
Page 2 the Consumer bulletin tilery Exchange Five days of bargains The Navy Exchange is joining in the celebration of the 201st anniver- sary of the U.S. Navy by holding a Navy Birthday Sale from Oct. 12 to 16. During the event, selected mer- chandise and services will be made available at unusually low prices. Other activities such as contests, games and displays commemorating the occasion are also planned. Most departments of the exchange are participating in the celebration, and a number of items have been spe- cifically procured to enable author- ized customers to enjoy truly out- standing savings. Merchandise from most departments will be featured at 20-35 per cent savings. Signs and displays will identify specials for even greater savings. A number of giveaways will be contributed to authorized patrons who come to the exchange during the sale week. Perfumes, colognes, cigars, candies, stationeries, bubble gum and many other freebees will be given away until the supply runs out. Preparations have been underway for six months to make this the best birthday sale in this exchange's his- tory. Shop early in the week so you won't be disappointed. The exchange has gone all out for this savings spectacular, and the en- tire family was considered during the preparations. All items are of the finest quali- ty—no seconds or irregulars, and prices have been reduced in order to provide special values to the NATO base community. Laundry and dry cleaning The Exchange Laundry and Dry Cleaning Department will be offering 10 per cent off on laundering or dry cleaning from Oct. 12 to 16. Why not take advantage of this offer and have your winter clothiHg ready for the cold winter days.ahead. Barber Shop The Barber Shop will celebrate Navy Birthday by offering shampoos and beard trims for $.75 during the sale week. Service Station Specials on selected merchandise from the Service Station will be of- fered. Come in and browse around. You might find the auto part you've been forgetting to pick up. As a special incentive to shop at the Service Station, a special gift will be given to the 201st customer to come by the station during the birth- day week. The Service Station will be open at 7:30 a.m. for filling out work orders on automobiles that are sched- uled for appointments. There will be no sales at this time. This is strictly a convenience for those hav- ing transportation problems. "A half pound of these and a half pound of those, please." Where the money goes... ¦t EVERY PURCHASE IN THE EXCHANGE HELPS FINANCE THE COST OF LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES AND NEW EXCHANGE CONSTRUCTION... *S0, NO MATTER WHERE YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THE EXCHANGE... nifVvSffif MERCHAWDtSe ¦t Remember, exchange earnings go to the KAVy WELFARE FUNDS f Think of it this way: The authorized shopper who passes the buok to the Navy Exchange ... am expect to have it passed back! Rock Concert The Rock Concert at the Midnight Sun Wednesday afternoon will feature free draft beer from 2 to 3. The vending department will be giving away beverages, a case of your choice from those available, to anyone get- ting a can from any machine with a ticket of authorization attached. All authorized members of the NATO Base community are invited to parti- cipate in the exchange activities planned and take advantage of the many bargains offered during the Navy Birthday Sale. Food Services specials The exchange Food Services is cel- ebrating the Navy's 201st anniversary with a number of specials for the week: la Buy a case of any type of beer or soda at the Beverage Store and get a special discount on Canada Dry Grape—Beverage Store only—$2.01. 2. Twelve-inch Pepperoni pizza at the Viking Cafeteria for $2.01. 3. A real saver—your choice of either corned beef or pastrami, each for $2.01 a pound at the Mini-Mart. A. Check the luncheon specials at the Viking and Driftwood cafete- rias. 5. The Viking Cafeteria will be offering its regular Thursday night buffet on Oct. 1A for $2.01 for adults and regular price for children under 12. These specials will run for the entire week of the Navy birthday, Oct. 10-16. Photography is fun... And the Navy Exchange makes it easy and economical. There is a good selection of the popular, no-fuss type pocket cameras in addition to the instant-picture models. The ex- change is well stocked with film, flashcubes, bulbs, batteries and other accessories. Commissary Store The Commissary Store is currently having a Navy Birthday discount sale. In the pet food section, discounts are being offered on the following: tuna and chicken, tuna and egg, liver 'N' gravy, seafood platter, super supper and dried fish. Discounts are also being offered on dill pickles, kosher dill, Polish dill and kosher spears. Salad dressings like French and thousand islands also bear marked down prices. Certain laundry detergents, bath soaps, soup products, syrup, beans, peas, cake and frosting mixes, liquid bleach, floor wax, oven cleaner, spray starch, juices, rice and many more are being offered at discount prices. Shop now and save. The Consumer Bulletin is compiled by Exchange employees and Commissary employ- ees. The opinions and comments expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the opinions and policies of the Department of Defense or the White Falcon Ed- itorial Staff. Mention of specific consumer products in this column is inten- ded solely for the benefit of authorized patrons, and in no way implies De- partment of Defense endorsement for these products. Correspondence or com- ments relating to this column should be addressed to the Navy Exchange Officer or the Commissary Store Officer. I White Falcon OVRS & TRAVEL hf FnuPratrtan Second symphony concert From now until noon Oct. 15, the Tour Office will be selling tickets for the second Icelandic Symphony Concert. Paul D. Freeman will be the conduc- tor and Barbara Nissman will be the so- loist. The selections to be performed are Overture to Theater Set by Ulysses Kay, Piano Concert 3 by Rachmaninoff and Symphony A by Tchaikovsky. The concert will be held Oct. 21. London on the C-118 If your flight to London this month has been reconfirmed and you need room accommodations, stop by the Tour Office. The Tour Office has a list of low- cost hotels that are conveniently locat- ed. Choose a couple that you like, give the London Travel Office a call, and it will make the reservations for you. NOTE: Conventions are now being held in London and will last until the third week of October. Call early for reser- vations. And while in London... Drop in on the National Gallery's major exhibit of 17th century Dutch art. Paintings by Rembrandt, Hals, von Ruis- dael and many more famous artists will be on display, plus works, by Dutch sculptors, silversmiths, engravers and cabinet makers. Glasgow weekend Anyone interested in the long weekend trip to Glasgow (Oct. 22-25) has until Oct. 15 to sign up. Price includes air- fare, hotel room for three nights, three breakfasts and three dinners. Thanksgiving tour needs more people The Tour Office needs more people to sign up for the trip to London over the Thanksgiving holiday. If the required minimum number is not met by Oct. 20, the tour will have to be cancelled. If you've been planning to go but haven't gotten around to signing up, do so now. You can go either for airfare alone, or for the hotel, package which includes airfare, hotel room for four nights, four breakfasts and transporta- tion to and from the airport. Christmas flights Commercial flights to' the United States for the Christmas season are filling up fast. If you want to go, reservations can be made through the Tour Office. Don't wait too long. You may not be able to go on the day you want. Special tours from London Through contacts in London, the Tour Office has been able to get information on low cost tours to almost any major city in Europe. For cities like Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels, the Tour Office can make re- servations for you with just a few days notice. Cities like Athens, Madrid and Venice may need as much as two weeks notice, but all of them are available at low prices. For more information on any of the tours or special events, stop by the Tour Office or call AA20 or A200. NEWS BRIEF! Navy officer receives model Lieutenant Commander Harry L. Baker, Air Operations flight support officer, was recently awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal for exceptionally meritorious service while assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency from September 1973 to July 1976. During that period, LCdr. Baker serv- ed as a member and as acting chief of the Command and Control Branch of the Scientific and Technical Intelligence Directorate. The citation that accompanied the medal read in part: "...Lieutenant Com- mander Baker established and maintained particularly high standards of excel- lence, resulting in timely and substan- tive intelligence support which was clearly responsive to the requirements of the Department of Defense and nation- al level planners...." Captain Jack T. Weir, Naval Station commanding officer made the award pres- entation. TiS/TIR requirements changed The terminal eligibility in time in rate requirements for the Februarv 1977 Navywide exams for E-A, Z-5 and E-6 have been changed from May 1 to Sept. 1, in- stead of June 1, 1977, as previously re- ported, acoording to the Naval Station Command Career Counselor. Also for the February 1977 exam cycle, the requirement that candidates meet all eligibility requirements except time in rate and time in service three months before the exam will be waived. Instead, the deadline will be Feb. 1, 1977. 8 AFI officers promoted Eight officers of Air Forces Iceland have recently been promoted to the rank of captain, according to Colonel William E. Lindeman, AFI commander. They are Jean H. Dubois Jr. and Jeffrey S. Meints of Headquarters Squad- ron; Philip C. Debruin, William B. Donahue and Thomas F. Rodriguez of 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron; Kim Harrelson of 667th ACWS at Hofn; and Stephen Tatsch and Samuel G. Tota of Detachment 1A. Sailors to be advanced The following personnel will be ad- vanced Oct. 18 to the rates preceding their names: AKC Kollefrath AK1 Lazaro MSC Munoz YN1 Rauhala ACC Baskin CM1 Wheeler MSC Cercena BM2 Bennett MMC Bancroft BU2 Sammons SKI Crisostomo CE2 Brissette AK1 Enriquez SK2 Haagenstad AMH1 Galan AC1 Hill YN2 Hartie CE2 Sprengel Operation EDITH Operation EDITH (Exit Drill in the Home) was held Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Announced both on AFRS and AFTV, the drill urged base families to simulate a blocked exit, and to ensure that each family member knew of a planned fire es- cape route. The drill, executed annually during Fire Prevention Week, was part of the week's activities sponsored by the Naval Station Fire Department which hosted an estimated 56 lectures and demonstrations in this period. Pest control service To provide prompt and efficient pest control service to all facilities at the Naval Station, requests must be made through the Trouble Desk, ext. A100, between ¦ 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Requests should be coordinated with all residents. within the building. I New arrival Kimberly Ann Edwards was born Sept. 29, 1976. Her parents are Jo Ann and SSgt. Larry Edwards. SSgt. Edwards is attached to the 57th F.I.S. White Falcon Commanding Officer Capt. Jack T. Weir Public Affairs Officer J0CS James A. Johnston Information Chief JOC James E. Dewater Editor J01 Von Soriano Staff J02 Jerry L. Foster SN Glen Dodd White Falcon is published Fridays in accordance with SECNAVINST 5720.AA for distribution to U.S. military per- sonnel, Naval Station, Keflavik, Ice- land , and their dependents, and to military and civilian employees of the Iceland Defense Force and their fami- lies. It is printed in the Naval Station Print Shop from appropriated funds in accordance with NAVEXOS P-35. The opinions and statements made here- in are not to be construed as official views of the Department of Defense or the U. S. Government. News items, questions, suggestions and comments may be submitted by calling A692 or visiting AFRTS, bldg. T-AA.

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