The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 09.06.1978, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 09.06.1978, Blaðsíða 1
Alfred Mahan High School graduates 26 seniors Graduation for the Alfred Thayer Ma- han High School's 26 seniors took place Friday afternoon at the Base Chapel. Three other students also graduated in absentia before June graduation. Graduating students are as follows; *Brad Alan Adams, *Mary Kaye Becke, Leila Jean Bennardo, Judith A. Benter, Laura Lynn Blish, Ward Campbell, Thomas T. Chapman, Marie Rose Davio, James E. Dutrow, * **Dennis Farrell, *Lisa Marie 'Fladager, John E. Forsman, Paul Gilstrap, John Goluba III, * **Paul Harold Griggs, Dave B. Haviland, Robin Ann Hollier, Sally Kaye Laurance, Terri L. Little, **Peter N. Marks, *Steven A. Mcafee, William P. Mcneer, Elizabeth Ann Meyer, Eugene C. Olbright, Thomas M. Scanlon, **John Thomas Souhrada, *James Steven Thorpe, *Jane Treadway, Eric Carl Venanzi, and Robert L. Wilson. Graduation speakers, chosen by the class, were Mr. Gary Harms, English and Business Teacher and Diane Prochnow, So- cial Studies and volleyball coach and gave the commencement addresses. Co-Valedictorians were Jane Treadway and Mary Becke, who both gave Valedic- torian addresses. Scholarships were awarded to graduates by the Parent Teacher Organization, Wind- breaker Wives Club, Windbreaker Club, Keflavik Bowlers Association, Midnight Sundancers Association, Officers Wives Club Committee, Women of the Commissary, Kiwians's Club, and the Ice and Fire Club. Scholarship winners are; Brad Adams, Steven Mcafee, Mary Becke, Robin Hollier, Lila Bennardo, James Thorpe, Jane Treadway and Paul Griggs. * Member of National Honor Society ** In Absentia 'WkfaJStFafam Volume 34, Number 23 Keflavik, Iceland June 9, 1978 SHAPING UP—The renovations at the Viking Building are gradually taking shape. (LEFT) Workman installs elec- trical wiring in one of the new spaces. (BELOW) Employees stock the shelves of the renovated Uniform Center prior to the ribbon cutting ceremony last Friday. Facilities already in their new spaces in the Viking Building include the Uniform Center, Beauty Shop, Credit Unions, Barber Shop and the C.G. Green Billiard Room. Some other facilities, including the Mini-Mart/Beverage Store and the Post Office, will be moving into the building in the near future, depending on work completion schedules. The Viking Cafeteria is also expected to undergo some major renovations at its present location. (Falcon Staff Photos) PCS funds available Personnel originally scheduled to transfer during July, but who were ex- tended until Oct. because of PCS funds shortage, may be in for a surprise. According to local sources, enlisted detailers are now issuing orders and authorizing moves for personnel with a Projected Rotation Date (PRD) falling within the month of July. Personnel unable to make the move on such short notice will be able to receive amended orders allowing them to move at a later date. So far additional funds have been alotted only for personnel with a July PRD. However, the Bureau of Naval Personnel is also drafting orders for personnel with a PRD falling in Aug., Sept. and Oct. but these moves will not be accomplished until more funds, over and above the funds received for July, are allocated. AFRS marathon nets $5,003 The American Forces Radio Service marathon promoting the Navy Relief Society was a success. The marathon be- gan May 29 at 6 a.m. and concluded last Friday at midnight; a total of 114 hours. Seaman Sam Spear, the volunteer Navy Relief Society disc jockey, lasted 65 straight hours before the regular AFRS staff returned to continue the drive. There were a number of challenges made during the marathon. Several of the challenge highlights were tele- vised. Pat Foster, wife of the editor of the White Falcon, belly danced; AFRTS newscaster, Marc Streeter, shaved his mustache, and Lieutenant Commander Tom Nelson, officer in charge of the Naval Weather Service Environmental Detach- ment, gave the weather report on Chan- nel 4. Robin Hollier, a high school student, sang and played the guitar live on the radio. The largest contributor to the radio marathon was the Naval Communication Station who donated $415, followed by the Marines with $200. The total amount pledged as a result of the AFRS marathon for the Navy Relief Society was $5,003. i According to Lieutenant Commander Marvin D. Cords, 1978 Navy Relief Fund Drive chairman, a total of $6,823 has been pledged or donated so far as a re- sult of the various fund raising activi- ties on the Naval Station. Webster registration set Registration for Webster College Master of Arts Program in Management and Human Relations will be held at the Navy Campus, Building 638, June 12-June 23. A five dollar late fee will be charged after the 23rd. Students will be enrolling for two courses for Fall I semester. New stu- dents can enroll in the continuing pro- gram during any registration period and complete the degree In one year. For more information call 6226 or 7795.

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