The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 25.07.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 25.07.1980, Blaðsíða 1
Newt briefs Registration begins for Webster College Registration for the Webster College Master of Arts Program in Management and Human Relations for Fall II 1980 will be held at Navy Campus office, Bldg. 638 for two weeks---July 28 through August 8. After that date a $5 late reg- istration fee will be charged. Two courses will be offered: The October course, Management and Systems Analysis; and the November course, Psychology of Human Rela- tions. New students may enroll in this continuing program during any registration period and complete their degree in one year. For more information call 6226 or 7795. Light nights presented The Summer Theatre presents "Light Nights" in English to in- troduce Icelandic folk stories, folk songs and saga reading. Per- formances are held every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m. The Summer Theatre is located in the center of Reykjavik by the lake at Frikirkjuvegur 11. Kris- tin Magnus is the leading actress in a one-woman show. The last performance this season will be on Sunday, August 31. The show lasts about one hour and forty-five min- utes. For more information call the Tour Office at 4200. NavFac set for C-O-C Rear Admiral Richard A. Martini is scheduled to be the Ruest speaker Tuesday durinp, change of command ceremonies at the U.S. Naval Facility, Keflavil:. Durinf. this ceremony Commander Richard T. Porter will be relieved by Comman- der Jonathon D, Mustian. Comman- der Porter is scheduled to assume new duties as operations officer for Commander Oceanographic Systems Atlantic. Park committee meets The park planning committee will meet in the Community Center Monday at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. A name for the park is still needed. For more information call 7360 or 7261. Print shop hours change Job orders for the Naval Sta- tion Print Shop are to be picked- up or delivered only from 13 to 10 a.m. or 3 to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Pat Lockwood hosts TV-4's Womens World --see page 3 K«flovik, Iceland 'WW X\W Volume 23, Numbir 29 July 25, 1980 Navy commendation for personnel chief ^^^^D^P^^V^^^k j^^k 1 NP^ m f^ ^%'-..-¦ K^.^H c w^'£\ i 1 la rj KH ,*^H ' .lijib^iw ***^ '- ''*''" "gjfc- vJH&mJmS Rr2 lu 1 CHIEF PERSONNELMAN Karl L. Braley Jr., was recently awarded a Gold Star in lieu of the Second Navy Commendation Medal for meritorious service while serving as Personnel Officer U. S. Naval Station, Keflavlk, Iceland from September 1977 to July 1980. PNC Braley organized"and co- ordinated those actions necessary for the establishment of the Keflavik Personnel Support Detachment of the Pay/Personnel Administrative Support System. The award was presented to Chief Petty Officer Braley by Capt. T. J. Keene, commanding officer Naval Station. (Photo by PHAN Camarlllo)


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