The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 22.08.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 22.08.1980, Blaðsíða 1
News briets Student handbooks ready A.T. Mahan Elementary School handbooks are ready for pickup in the school office along with classroom assignments for grades k-sixth. The first day of school for all students in kindergarden through sixth grades is September 2, Tuesday. Episcopal services announced The Episcopal Church will hold services on every first and third Saturday of each month at 6 p.m. in the base chapel. Chaplain Swanson will conduct the services. All base personnel are welcome to attend. Gas prices increase Effective Monday, August 25, the price of gasoline at the Navy Exchange Service Station will be increased by 10c per gallon. THE NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION recently awarded the Naval Sta- tion Fire Department the 1980 Grand Award in the "Learn Not To Burn" competition. Capt. T. J. Keene, commanding officer Naval Station Kefla- vik, recently presented the 1980 Grand Award, a Letter of Appreciation, and a plaque to Fire Chief S. R. Eiriksson during ceremonies conducted Tuesday at the Fire Station. (Photo by PH3 Thom Lindgren) Pilot receives trophy Maj. David M. Peters, an Air Force pilot assigned to the 9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Beale Air Force Base, Calif., re- ceived the 1979 Koren Kolligian Jr. Trophy from Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Lew Allen Jr. Plaza Suite opens tonight Ice & Fire Theatre's production of "Plaza Suite" opens tonight at The Top of the Rock Club and will run through Sunday. Tickets are available. For more information call 4115 or 7493. Be careful near Hekla The Icelandic Civil Defense re- commends the following safety pre- cautions for individuals traveling near Mt. Hekla. Enter the area only on the windward side of the mountain; Stay on the windward side as the mountain's leeward side has poisonous gases; Be care- ful of glowing rocks and fragments being ejected from the eruption. There may be restricted access to some roads. Chapel program begins Pre-registration is currently underway for the Protestant Chris- tian Education Program of the Base Chapel. Sunday school classes will resume September 7 for chil- dren ages three through Sr. High age and for adults. To register call RMC Reel, work 4606/home 7250 or stop by the chapel office. WHITE August 22, 1980 Volume 23, Number 33 Keflavik, Iceland FALCON NBS expands TV schedule Beginning Saturday August 30th, TV-4 will initiate a new television schedule with expanded daily broadcast hours. Ensign Glendon M. King, CIC of U.S. Navy Broadcasting Service Detachment Eight said "The new TV schedule was a result of numerous requests and comments from the military community. We took a look at our programming assets, our manpower re- sources and the desires of the community and came up with what we consider a very good schedule," he said. "What it will mean is that TV-4 will begin its program day at 7 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. Monday - Thursday and 11 a.m. on Fridays." "The reason for the later Friday sign on is to give our engineers an opportunity to service and maintain the various equipment. In addition to expanding the program day we have developed a program block from approxi- mately noon - 2:30 p.m. of major entertainment and information for the shift worker. We realize that due to the nature of his or her work schedule many of the prime time popular TV shows are not normally shown during his off time. We think we have remedied that," he said. Ensign King went on to explain that TV-4 is part of Detachment Eight of the Navy Broadcasting Service with headquarters in Washington D.C. "Our primary mission is information. That can include anything from club meet- ings to command policies." The programs themselves are received from the American Forces Radio and Television Service in Los Angeles, California, and for the most part the programs are the same world-wide. One of the major problems AFRTS Los Angeles faces is the fact that the major networks broadcast their programs for approximately 26 weeks and then repeat them again as summer re-runs. AFRTS-LA does not have a summer re-run policy and keeps the bulk of its programs changing on an infrequent basis in order to avoid reruns. It may sound confusing but it is de- signed to give the audience the best variety possible of what each of the major networks offer. Ensign King concluded by saying that "Detachment Eight is here to serve the military member and their dependents and with the expanded TV hours we hope we can better serve."


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