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LOCKHEED EMPLOYEES AID HURRICANE VICTIMS

 LOCKHEED EMPLOYEES AID HURRICANE VICTIMS
 Lockheed Aeronautical Systems Co. employees have collected more than


five tons of non-perishable items for the victims of Hurricane Andrew, and a Salvation Army truck will be at Lockheed on Friday, Sept. 11, at 1 p.m. to pick up the donations.
 Also on Friday, Lockheed employees will donate $10,000 each to the Red Cross and Salvation Army disaster funds, and the company will give another $5,000 to each agency.
 The donations will be made at the Employees' Recreation Club, 800 Walker St., Marietta, Ga., at 1 p.m. The press is invited to attend.
 DIRECTIONS: Exit I-75 at Exit 111 and cross back over the interstate. Counting the light at I-75, Walker Street will be at the sixth traffic light on South Cobb Drive. Turn left, and the recreation club is the first building on the right. There is a parking lot just past the building.
 CONTACT: Susan Miles of Lockheed, 404-494-2776.
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