The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 05.09.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 05.09.1980, Blaðsíða 1
m News briefs McNaughton Collection arrives After a delay of several months the McNaughton Rental Collection jhas arrived at the Station Library and they are now on display and ready for checkout. The McNaughton Collection con- sists of over 300 recently pub- lished books, about twenty of which are exchanged each month for new titles. This "rental service" enables the library to provide most of the current best-sellers and the popular new books in a timely manner. Exams change breakfast hours Due to the Navy-wide Advance- ment Examinations, the Enlisted Dining Facility will change its breakfast service hours to 6 to 6:45 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. OWC sponsors festival February 28 is the date set for the Officers' Wives Club spon- sored "Let the Sunshine In" Arts and Crafts Festival. It will be held in the High School multi- purpose room from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Any NATO Base ID holder is cordially invited to partici- pate and attend. Applications and rules are now available at the USO office. The application along with a small fee ill guarantee you or your group all or table space. Table spaces which are approximately 42 inches wide will be decided by draw. The fee is refundable up until November 15. However, there are a limited number of outlets, in the hall and multi-purpose room. Ten percent of the hall and table profits go into the Offi- cer's Wives Club charity fund and the group or individual keeps the remaining 90 percent. Celebrate Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah will be celebrat- ed Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 7 p.m. with evening services in the Uni- versity Chapel in Reykjavik. On Friday, Sept. 12, at 7:30 p.m., there will be an evening service in the Base Chapel fellowship room. For transportation arrange- ments to Reykjavik, call Rochelle Wheeler at 4756 (evenings). Sunday School begins The Protestant Sunday School Classes begin Sunday at 9:15 a.m. in the Lower School for ages three through adult. Persons pho have not registered may either all the Chapel at 4111/4211 or egister in person at the school Sunday morning. DURING a recent visit to the NATO Base, Major General John L. Piotrow- ski, Deputy Commander for Air Defense, Tactical Air Command, met Airman First Class Jeffrey C. Karsten while touring the 57th Fighter Intercep- tor Squadron facilities. (Photo by PH3 Thorn Lindgren) WHITE September 5, 1980 Volume 23, Number 35 Keflavik, Iceland FALCON CFC campaign begins Sept. 22 Air Force and Navy personnel will join others in support of the 1981 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). The Nato Base campaign will begin Sept. 22 and will continue through Oct. 31. The 1980 NATO Base campaign was considered successful as the Kefla- vik commands collected over $43,500 in campaign contributions, bettering the previous year's mark by over $5,000. CFC contributions provides fun- ding to volunteer, non-profit organ- izations on the local, national and international level. Funds go to groups such as the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America; the March of Dimes, Save the Children, Project Hope, the American Red Cross, Mus- cular Dystrophy, the National Kidney Foundation, the American Heart As- sociation and many more. CFC funds also aid the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in conducting research, care and educational pro- grams for children who have lung- damaging diseases, such as cystic fibrosis which is inherited and in- curable. In 1964, the Combined Federal Campaign was an experimental program covering six city areas—when re- sults showed a substantial increase in funds raised, the program was expanded. Last year, the campaign covered almost 55C rommunities and raised over $82 million dollars. Contributors cs> des-»nate the organization to which their contri- butions go. Undesignated funds are given to non-profit groups to con- duct medical reseijeh and provide public health education and ser- vices. Some of the money will go to international agencies to provide education and tools for development programs and emergency survival needs. Two methods are available for contributing to the campaign; pay- roll pledges or cash gifts. Under the payroll pledge plan, givers specify the amount withheld each month from their pay. The cash plan is a direct contribution paid by cash or check. The NATO Base CFC coordinators this year are Major Donald Hausam, IceDeFor; 1st Lt. Joyce Allen, AFI; Lt. Maynard Robinson, ComFairKef; and Lt. Robert Debries and Lt. Wil- liam Deueraux for Naval Station. Local commands will announce names of CFC representatives prior to Sept. 8. Personnel wishing to make a pledge should contact their representatives.


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