The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 08.10.1976, Blaðsíða 4

The White Falcon - 08.10.1976, Blaðsíða 4
Page 4 White Falcon October 8, 1976 KBA to hold bowling marathon A scholarship fund-raising bowling marathon will be held at the Arctic Lanes beginning midnight Oct. 15, the Keflavik Bowling Association announced Tuesday. According to KBA secretary Dave Haviland, three members of the women's bowling association and three members of the men's bowling association will be participating in the .marathon. He stated further that the association is staging the marathon to raise money for the ..combined scholarship fund—to be given to a graduating student or stu- dents of A.T. Mahan's class of 1976/77. The marathon participants are now accepting pledges from the NATO Base community. Any amount may be pledged. Pledges can be made by calling one of the following participants: Marlene Hueber 4262 Carol Holmes 7148 Sharon Everhart 7668 Dave Haviland 7213/4581 Bud Quinn 7662 Bob Kalinowski 4282 The marathon is planned to last until midnight, Oct. 17. Base bowling roundup it Tuesday Night Mixed League standing: The Islanders Gurobie Bears Molar Rollers North Atlantic league League standing: AIMD 15-1 Grindavik 13-3 High average Bruce Dalton 195 High series Al Crumpton 590 High game Clarence Allen 241 High series (hdcp) Edward Kisser 671 High game (hdcp) Dennis McCleary 253 James Powell 253 13-3 13-3 9-7 High average Mike Spath 170 Dora Fronabarger 164 High series Wayne Orkin 549 Pam Acevedo 492 High game Dave Burfisher 218 Sue Nelson 179 High series (hdcp) Rick Turner 568 • ' Myrna Farrar 594 High game (hdcp) -Art Hanson 225 Linda Guenteret 231 American League League standing: Comptroller AFI High average High series High game High series (hdcp) High game (hdcp) rs- Dave Trout Mark Engwall Max Wright Angelo Baylon Rich Linson 13-3 11-5 184 605 224 664 250 Northern Lights league League standing: Rights and Lefts Grindy Grinders Once in a While II n< 13-3 13-3 10-6 Iceland Couples league League standing: - - The Sparemakers C'est La Vie Flippity Flyers High average High series High game High series (hdcp) High game (hdcp) V s, Bill Sh'owalter Carol Holmes Dave'Mills Rita Odell Jack Klabechek Sharon Swasey John Miller Sammy Shoemaker Jeff Thompson Dorothy Valyer 9-3 9-3 8-4 184 151 566 493 224 175 645 626 233 228 High average Virgie Rouse 156 High series Mary Spillers 538 High game Dora Fronabarger 199 High series (hdcp) Jill Berry 587 High game (hdcp) Helen Soriano 220 Keflavik Men's Classic League standing: n #3 #8 High average High game High series 27-12 26-13 26-13 Mark Engwall 185 Paul Eastman Mike Creamer 24A 604 Commissary improvement in sight (continued from page i; equate stocks on better than 95 per cent of the store's inventory. „ However, he cautions consumers that the practice of hoarding merchandise would hamper the system by creating a situation where warehouses would be out of stock on certain items. This would create a severe back order log and cause the commissary to revert to massive ur- gent orders. CWO Oxford said the Brooklyn office has technically approved a requisition for the Keflavik commissary store to purchase four freezer display units. "We want to display luncheon meats, breads and pastries in a frozen condi- tion. The new freezers will give us more capacity for this, with added shelf life and fresher products for the con- sumer ." He also gained authorization to ac- celerate plans for a new adjoining ware- house on the west side of the commis- sary. Public Works currently is plan- ning the project, according to CWO Oxford, with construction scheduled to begin in Fiscal Year 79, using commis- sary store reserve fund monies. "While most of us here now "ill not realize a gain, the new warehouse will result in less damage and a better flow of merchandise to 'the consumer," he said. "As we were going, the military staff at the commissary would have been down to half of the authorization of 29 by December," CWO Oxford explained. "This would have created a situation where many items would have been in the ware- house, but not in the store, simply be- cause of a lack of people." As a result of the Brooklyn meeting, military manning will be brought back up to 75 per cent, which CWO Oxford said is adequate. He also gained authority to hire additional temporary civilian employees during Fiscal Year 77 to sup- plement 12 full time civilian employees and seven part time bag boys. The re- sult of the new hiring policy is an en- ranred better flow of products between the warehouse and the store. Fire disrupts galley service (continued from page n sponse in repairing the damaged panel to put the galley back in service. dill; MS2 Romeo Arquines; MS3 Robert Hooper and MSSN David P^amondon. After the initial rush of preparing the evening meal, the galley staff set- tled into a routine and served a break- fast style meal for mid-rations Friday night and a regular breakfast Saturday morning before moving back into the gal- ley. Hot tray service for outlying sites and the dispensary were simultaneously prepared and served from the elementary school cafeteria. After the rush, the galley crew cleaned up the school dining rooms and the dining facility and were back to normal operations at noon Saturday. The Public Workd Department is re- sponsible for the quick and correct re- Immediately after the fire, Public Works Shop Planner Gunnar Bjarnasson, Eledtric Foreman Gudjon Eymundsson, and Electricians Fridliefur Bjornsson, Kari Saebjorsson, Kristjon Valtysson, and Bjorn Jakobsson, began working to build a temporary panel with components from other panels on the base. By 1 a.m. Saturday, the panel was installed and the crew had replaced burned or damaged wires. Commander D. J. Monarch, CEC, USN, Public Works Officer, said, "Those men deserve high praise for their ability, technical skills and persistence in get- ting the job accomplished under less than good conditions." LA CCO, U of M courses announced Term II registration for Los Angeles Community College Overseas and the Uni- versity of Maryland will begin Monday. Students should register at the Navy Campus for Achievement Office, Bldg. 752 Monday through Oct. 15 and Oct. 18-22 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (including lunch hour.) For more Information, call 7795 or 6226. Classes will be held 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the A. T. Mahan High School. The course selections for both schools are as follows: LACCO Course Concepts of criminal law Defensive tactics Auto tune-up (elec. sys.) Aeronautical ground school Human biology Computer test procedures A M/W/^SS Fundamentals of electronics I 4 T/Tr^^ (plus one lab period to be determined) Reading and writing/basic skills 3 T/TH (or noontime class, meeting daily) Advanced newswriting 3 T/TH Small business management 3 T/TH Restaurant/hotel environmental control 3 T/TH Color photography 4 M/W/F Basic psychology for supervisors 3 M/W c Days 3 M/W 1 TH 2 T/TH 3 T/TH 3 M/W UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Personnel management 3 Business law 3 Western civilization 3 Diplomatic History of the United States Elementary Icelandic—part t Introduction to psychology 3 3 3 57th FIS team busy preparing for competition M/W T/TH M/W T/TH M/TH T/TH The 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron steps up their preparations for the William Tell Competition, scheduled in early November at Tyndall AFB, Fla. A 57-man team continues to work long hours to ensure that everything will run with clockwork precision. Aircrews are working to perfect their intercept procedures and tactics. Also preparing are the T-33 pilots who have been simulating "drones" that the air- crews will be flying against. They are providing this realistic training by using the tactics, of the drones. This not only simulates competition in the William Tell 76 but also provides a realistic scenario of the United States' ability to defend itself against an enemy airborne attack. Maintenance personnel have also been busy. Their job is to ensure that the aircraft will be in superior condition when they depart. But, more important- ly, they have the task of keeping the* planes in that condition throughout the demanding competition. The most difficult job, however, bef longs to the avionics crews, the "Radar People". It is their responsibility to maintain the airborne radars of the F-4's. Having them in "just" operating condition will not do; and, the radars are being "peaked" to give the aircrews that added edge. Part of the preparations has included the construction of a squadron plaque for the scoreboard at Tyndall. Captain Carl Decker handcarved and painted the squadron patch, mounting it with F-4 and T-33 patches on a wooden silhouette of Iceland. According to First Lieutenant wniiam W. Marlett III, team work in this event will be the winning margin—everyone at the 57th is working on that team. Due to the upcoming holiday, deadline Tuesday. Automobiles 1976 Fiat, 3-dr wagon, $2800, Europe specs. Call 7410/4445. 1976 Fiat, family sedan, 4-cyl, 4- spd, radial tires, four studded snows, AM/FM/cassette stereo, extras, $3600 (have $4400 invested). Call Dennis DWH 6292/6115. 1975 metallic blue Super Beetle, $3000 or trade for 4-whl drive. Call 6235/2247. 1973 Jeep Commando, V8, 4-whl drive, 3-spd, radio, heater, 8-track, excellent condition. Call Thomas DWH 7410. 1972 Jeep Commando, 304, V8, 4-whl drive, luggage rack, AM/FM/8-track, $2500. Call Bob 7147. 1972 VW Bug, Blue Book lists $1700; will sell for $1300. Call 7292/7145. 1970 Plymouth Road Runner, 383, 4- spd, cassette player, four snows, many new extras, needs body work, $1200, Call Tony 4470. 1969 VW, good condition, insured, $800, available anytime. Call Stew at 4132. 1969 VW Bug, good condition, engine with new block, rear defroster, four studded snows, inspected, insured, $850. Call Deb 7995 Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1969 VW, good condition, new paint, insured. Call Sgt. Carroll 5123/7174. 1967 Chevy Bel Air, inspected, in- sured, extra studded snows, $600, just tuned, radio, heater. Call Mrs. Palalay 7008 high school. 1965 Valiant, good transportation, auto, P/S, inspected, insured, snow tires, chains, $600. Call Jones 7606 or 6190, room 317. For Sale Four F78xl4 studded whitewall Uni- royal snow tires. Never used, asking $175. Call AKC Damewood 5112. Transformers: 2000W, $20; 1600W, $16; 1000W, $10. Call Tom Spiehs 5130 DWH, 7757 after 5 p.m. Whirlpool washer, $60; Sears dryer, $40; Magnavox stereo AM/FM/turntable, $50; Electrophonic 8-track player/AM/FM- turntable, two speakers, $150; new gold drapes, 125x84, 48x84, $40. Call 4357 or can be seen at Qtrs 604D after 5 p.m. Yard sale: ceramic molds, paints, toys, and 9x12 rug at 1063B Coral Sea today. HO gauge model railroad with board layout, $120 value for $75, plastic structures included; ski boots, two pair, men's size 9 and 105s, $20 each, boot trees included; one pair Heads mas- ters skis; Sears 5-spd bicycle, needs a pedal, $35. Call 7754. Two fan-forced space heaters, good condition, $10 each; two chests 6t drawers, $3 each; baby crib, mattress, chest of drawers, $25. Call 7465. Playpen, kid's chairs, baby carrier'^ paintings of Iceland. Call 7777. Camper, half-shell, removable rear door, safety escape. Will fit most all V-ton pickup trucks with 6x8 bed. Call Paul 7431. Roll bar, custom made for Ford Bron- co, $30. Call 4301. Transformers: 1500W, $35; 500W, $10. Call Welch 2215/4120 DWH or 5171 after .5:30. Refrigerator, lOcu.ft., good for bar- racks room, good condition. Call Eldon 7425, make offer. Twin bed, $10. Call 2140. Four J78xl5 tires in good condition; gas cans for 4-whl drive vehicles; 1500W transformer, brand new. Call 7198 after 5 p.m. Fisher console stereo, $200; 15.8 freezer, $200; wood desk, $75; many items for the home. Call Sorel 417!^ after 5 or see at 602-B all weekend. ¦-" " Miscellaneous The base nursery will be open October 13 for the Navy Day Ball. For reserva- tion, please call 7603. Supply Gals Gathering: October 14, at 7:30 p.m., Qtrs 671B. Bring baked goods for supply bake sale on 15th. Special craft demonstration scheduled. Call 7546. Supply Bake Sale: October 15 in Han- gar 831 at 9:15. Fresh baked goods, sandwiches, bread, cookies. Items to 671B or 1008A by Thursday. Call 7546 or 2145. The Brotherhood of Iceland (BAMA) will meet on October 10 at 2 p.m. in the Naval Station conference room, Please be seated no later than 1:55 p.m. . Wanted Baby sitter for two school age child- ren, afternoons. Call 7198 after 5 p.m. Apartment in Njardvik, 2-bedroom. Call Chuck McCormick 5237/7435. Baby sitter in our home, Mon.-Fri. from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. for one-year- old boy. Call 7247 after 5:30 p.m. Used easy chairs, rocking chair and coffee table. Good condition, reason- able price. Call Pearce 7315/7322. Portable manual typewriter. Call Mrs. Palalay 7008. Free Three kittens, six weeks old. Mark Schultz 7037 DWH. Call

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