The White Falcon

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The White Falcon - 27.06.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 27.06.1980, Blaðsíða 1
Keflavik, Iceland Volume 23, Number 25 June 27, 1980 News briefs Deadline change next week The deadline for all news sto- ries and classified ads Is noon Monday for this week only. The July 4th edition of the White Fal- con will be ready for distribution on Thursday afternoon. The White Falcon will return to its normal deadlines for the week of July 7, (classified ads 5 p.m. Mondays and other news noon Tues- days) . NEX sales on July 3 & 4 There will be two concurrent Navy Exchange sales—July 3 Toy- land's opening sale and a July 4 sale The retail store has some new items such as macrame articles and all-purpose sport cleats for the sportsman. Life's performances begin Monday "Life" an eight member DOD/USO Show will be aboard the NATO base Sunday through Saturday and whose performances are: Monday, 6:30 p.m., Andrews Theater; Tuesday, 6 p.m., Rock'ville; Thursday, noon at H-3 Hofn, and 8 p.m. in the Youth Center; Friday, 1:30 p.m., at Han- gar #885 in conjunction with July 4 celebration;;and Friday, 6 p.m., at Andrews Theater. Base park meeting on Monday Plans are being made for the upcoming NATO base park which will be built behind the Mini-Mart. An enthusiastic core group is dis- cussing the project from all an- gles each Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Center. Out park is a volunteer commu- nity project that opens interest- ing activities for many people. It's not too late to get in on the beginning of this project. Our Public Works department will hire a landscape architect early next month to help with the project. It is our intent to do as much planning and discussing of possibilities in order to be prepared to meet with the land- scape architect and best use his professional skills. If this project interests you, please join us. There is a place for everyone; you are needed. For information call 7261. July 4th celebration Many events are planned "Thank You America," is the theme for this year's Independence Day celebration on the NATO base. Acti- vities on the 4th of July will in- clude a parade featuring grocery cart floats, a "Patriot" Fair at Hanger 885, games, sporting events, fireworks at noon, a crafts show at the Hobby Center and the US0/D0D en- tertainment group "Life." The "Mz USO" beauty contest will be held on Sunday at 7:30 p.m., and the winner will be in the 4th of July parade. The parade, which originates at the Commissary, will start at about 12:30 p.m. following the grocery cart decoration; competition and a brief fireworks display. Because of the limited amount of darkness, the fireworks will lean more toward noise and away from the bright col- ors usually associated with fire- works . The grocery cart competition will feature prizes in three categories: Theme, Originality and Color. The contestants will be allowed only 45 minutes to decorate the carts. Pre- planning and imagination will be re- quired. The contestants will push or pull the carts along the parade route from the Commissary to Hangar 885. The "Patriot Fair will feature booths manned by many local clubs and groups. The booths will be selling a variety of food and soft drinks, as well as providing games for all ages. The award winning group "Life", a Las Vegas type vari- ety show, will perform 1:30 p.m. at the "Patriot" Fair and 6:30 p.m. at Andrews Theater. There are numerous other events planned in conjunction with the 4th of July celebration. An Indepen- dence Day Golf tournament will tee off 10 a.m. at the golf course. You sign up at the base gym right up to tee off time, and there is no charge except for green fees. An Air Force vs. Navy Softball game begins at 6 p.m. July 4 and will be followed by the winner play- ing against the NATO all-star team at 7 p.m. Sign-up for the Air Force vs. Navy Softball game is at the base gym up to the day before the game. On July 5, a Yellow Ribbon Run will be held 10 a.m. commencing at the gym. Sign up for the Run is up to the day of the race, and there -is a small registration fee to be paid at the gym. Participants may elect to compete in the two or six mile contests. There will be open bowling at the Arctic Lanes on July 4. Stash your trash and help keep Iceland beautiful Trips in the country need little planning. But there's one plan that should be included—always; take sufficient plastic bags to carry all your trash away from the camp-site or picnic spot. Nothing is as disturbing in Ice- land's unspoiled nature as coming a- cross a thoughtless person's left- over cans, wrappers or "disposa- bles." They are not bio-degradable- ---they can remain an eyesore for years. Picking up trash for later dis- posal should be as much part of your routine as filling the tank with gas. People who leave litter give us all a bad name. Let's not be bad guests---stash that trash and leave Iceland the way you find it - unpol- luted. Bus vandalism See pages 4 & 5

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