The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 18.01.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 18.01.1980, Blaðsíða 1
News briefs PTO meeting set for Monday The first PTO general membership meeting for the new year will be held Monday at 7 p.m. in the A.T. Mahan Elementary School multi-pur- pose room. "One of the agenda items for the meeting," said Perry Bishop, PTO President, "is a vote on the dis- tribution of more than $6,500 re- ceived as profit from the 1979 PTO Carnival last November." These funds are generally divided between the elementary and high schools to assist the educational programs and students' activities and scholar- ships. Also on the agenda is selection of a committee which will develop a list of executive candidates for the next school year and a proposal for a revised PTO constitution. PTO meetings scheduled for the remainder of this school year are: Monday, March 17 at the High School at 7 p.m. Monday, May 12 School at 7 p.m. at the Elementary First baby PROUD MOTHER—Su- san Stastak holds her daughter, Cassandra Ann who was the first child born here on the base in 1980. She was born on Jan. 9 at 12:07 p.m. The delivery physic- ian was Dr. Janet H. Buck. Cassan- dra's dad is SKC Michael Stasiak who works for £he Naval Security Group Activity here. (Photo by RM2 Randy Hunter) of 1980 No smoking clinic begins Monday The Counseling and Assistance Center will sponsor a no smoking clinic for one week beginning Mon- day between 7 and 8:30 p.m. at the CAAC office in BOQ 636, first deck. All military and dependents are eligible to attend, however, the size of the group must be limited. For more information call 7688 or 7333. Community Center by reservation Beginning Feb. 1 the Community Center, Bldg. 945, will be reserved only 30 days in advance, i.e. a res- ervation for the large room on March 10 cannot be accepted earlier than Feb. 9. Also beginning Feb. 1 all reservations must be made in person at the Housing Office, by the person who will be checking out the keys. Safety standdown Monday In compliance with COMNAVAIRLANT 291200Z of Nov. 79, a safety stand- down will be conducted aboard U.S. Naval Station Keflavik. Safety presentations will be conducted at the Andrews Theater for military personnel and U.S. civilians on Monday at 8:30 a.m., and for Icelan- dic civilian personnel on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. Further details of the stand down are published in NAVSTA- KEFN0TE 5101 of Jan. 7. Auto registration fee increases The cost of transferring the reg- istration of a duty free automobile at the Icelandic Police Station has been increased from 5600 Kronur to 8400 Kronur effective Jan. 1. Due to a delay in receiving notification of the increase by local Icelandic authorities, several people who reg- istered automibles between Jan. 1-9 paid the old rate. However, they are responsible for the additional amount and should report to the Ice- landic registration authorities and pay the additional 2800 Kronur. Anyone having questions may contact the Legal Office at 7900/7901. W-2 forms delayed The Navy Finance Center has de- layed preparation of W-2 forms un- til mid-January. It is anticipated that they will be mailed in time for distribution on Jan. 30 payday. On the Inside: Zacha retires - page 2 Winter safety tips - page 3 Crossword puzzle - page 5 Sports - pages 6 & 7


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