The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 20.06.1980, Blaðsíða 2

The White Falcon - 20.06.1980, Blaðsíða 2
Page 2 The White Falcon June 20, 1980 NATO base park is planned Gas goes up There Is a tree shaded park In HafnarfjoAir which is the inspira- tion behind the recently proposed NATO Base Park. This park is a com- plete surprise to the person who finds it by accident. It's full of trees, flowers, shrubs, and beauti- ful multi-level divisions of space. There are many little areas for families to have a private picnic within its boundaries. The vegeta- tion is well developed in the park. Birch trees line the walks. Ever- greens reach three stories high. The flower beds are very colorful. We hope to create a park with the same type of beauty on this base. Since the Hafnarf joniir Park is well- established, successfully protected from the wind; we do believe that we can produce a park on base. It's entirely possible. If you are interested, we need you. Come visit the Haf narf j cfflur Park with us June 22, Sunday. We'll meet in the bowling alley parking lot at 2:45 p.m. and leave at 3 p.m. to return to the base at 6 p.m. People without cars are encourag- ed to come as rides can be shared. Bring a picnic supper to enjoy the park. Our NATO Base park will be be- hind the Kini-Mart within the "C" shaped earth-ringed area. This is a big project and will be enjoyable in so many ways. We need your support to get it started. If you would like a park on the base, please join us on our trip and/or join our plan- ning sessions Monday evenings at 7:30 in the Community Center. See 'Navy summer ceremony1 in Washington, D.C Newcomers to Washington or visi- tors to our nation's capital are en- couraged to take advantage of oppor- tunities to view the "Navy Summer Ceremony" conducted weekly at the historic Navy Yard during June through August. The ceremonies take place at 8:45 p.m. each Wednesday (weather permit- ting) and are free. Due to limited space, reservations are required. Write: Public Affairs Office, Naval District Washington, Washing- ton Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. 20374. In addition, the Navy Band per- forms at 8 p.m. on Monday and Thurs- day evenings. Monday performances are offered at The Capitol Building, and Thursday performances take place at the Jefferson Memorial. This concert series (running from June 2 through August 28) is free and requires no reservations. THE MIDNIGHT SUNDOWNERS recently graduated the following students from a square dancing class: Samantha Arkon, Dan Aucremanne, Alvin Baughman, Annette Burke, Teddy De La Cruz, Burton Hanor, Linda Hanor, Misty Hanor, Charles Hanor, Adam Hanor, Tammie Hughey, Bonnie Koenig, Eric Metzger, Dana Mule, Jay Norris, Chris Norris, Dennis O'Connor, Kathy O'Connor, Hel- en Orr, Teresa Perry, Tammy Spires, Matthew Webber, and Michael Wheeler. (Photo by PH3 Thorn Lindgren) Effective July 1, Tuesday, the price of gasoline at the Navy Ex- change Service Station will be in- increased by 12c. Stork arriva Is Melodie Louise Myers was born at 7:36 p.m. May 28 to Staff Sgt. Ran- dall David and Jenny Christine My- ers. Staff Sgt. Myers works with the 960th Aircraft Control and Warn- ing Squadron. Allison Lindsay Ward was born at 10:49 p.m. June 2 to RM1 John T. and Pat Ward. Petty Officer Ward works with Naval Communication Station. Melissa Ann McFarland was born at 10:47 a.m. June 3 to CE2 Peter Jo- seph and Debra Lynn McFarland. Pet- ty Officer McFarland works with Pub- lic Works Department. Derek Jacob Welch was born at 12:51 p.m. June 8 to CTM2 Bart Allen and Debra Jayne Welch. Petty Offi- cer Welch works with Naval Security Group Activity. Elise Davina Day was born at 8:25 p.m. June 5 to ACC Michael D. and Mary T. Day. Chief Petty Officer Day works with Air Operations De- partment. Jamie Lynn Hartman was born at 6:24 a.m. June 16 to James A. and Karen R. Hartman. Mr. Hartman works with the 960th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron ' as an engineering representative. COMMANDER ICELAND DEFENSE FORCE Rear Adm. Richard A. Martini PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER Lt. Cmdr. Perry C. Bishop EDITORIAL ADVISER JOC Skip Groce EDITORIAL STAFF J01 David Crowe Jr. J03 David Guise In cooperation with the U. S. Naval Station Print Shop, the White Falcon publishes weekly with appropriated funds per NAV- EXOS P-35 for Iceland Defense Force (IDF) military and U.S. civilian personnel, and their de- pendents. Opinions expressed are those of the writer and not necessarily official expressions of IDF, the Department of Defense or the U. S. Government. The White Falcon offices are located in Bldg. 734C; telephone 4612/5192. Editorial deadline is noon Tuesday.


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