The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 25.07.1980, Blaðsíða 3

The White Falcon - 25.07.1980, Blaðsíða 3
July 25, 1980 The White Falcon Page 3 N»w series Staying in . . Two members of the 932nd Aircraft ntrol and Warning Squadron, Rock- ville, reenlisted recently. Sign- ing up for second terms in the U.S. Air Force were Senior Airman Mary T. McHugh and Senior Airman Keith E. Ellis, both of whom are Aerospace Warning Systems Technicians at Rock- ville operations. AS1 Steve Dugan recently reen- listed for four more years in the U.S. Navy. Petty Officer Dugan works with the Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Department. Keflavik births Sgt. and Mrs. Dale Wayne Rodger- son are the parents of a daughter, Amy Jeanne, born Friday June 27. CTR1 and Mrs. Larry Hensley are the parents of a son, David Scott, born Tuesday July 8. AE1 and Mrs. Richard Paul Dorsa are the parents of a daughter, Kim- berly Diane, born Tuesday July 8. RM1 James Harold Lady and PN1 Wanda Rae Lady are the parents of a daughter, Shanda Rene', born Wednes- day July 9. SSgt. and Mrs. Tommy L. Rover are the parents of a son, Thomas Jar- rett, born Thursday July 10. AWC and Mrs. Douglas William ark are the parents of a daughter, isty Annell, born Tuesday July 15, BU2 and Mrs. Joseph Peacock are the parents of a daughter, Shana Marie, born Wednesday July 16. SS£t. and Mrs. James Clifford Speraw are the parents of a son, James Michael, born Friday July 18. Tech. Sgt. and Mrs, Thomas Gerard Gorman are the parents of a daugh- ter, Jo-Dee Ethylene V.A., born Sun- day July 20. Misc. . . Effective August 1, Friday, the price of gasoline at the Navy Ex- change Service Station will be in- creased by 10c The Tour Office has scheduled a tour for Saturday August 2 which will take you through Reykjavik to Whale Bay, where you are likely to observe the cutting and fleshing of a whale. The tour will also include visits through the Borgarfjordur district and on to Husafell. Also included is sightseeing at the Ok, Eiriksjokull and Langjokull glaciers and a visit to the Thingvellir plain. To sign up call the Tour Of- ice at 4420. TV-4 to air WOMAN'S WORLD During the course of a military tour in Iceland, many dependent wives find numerous things to get involved in. Some wives although, do not realize what is available for them to do while here. Television is limited, unlike the stateside 21- inch counterpart that is entertain- ment/action-packed. Television al- though, is an alternative when the busy wives have the time. A new locally produced television program, premiering on August 1st called WOMAN'S WORLD has an objec- tive to reach the women---military and dependent---audience. The em- phasis will ne on informing, promo- ting good harmony, and giving some sort of direction and motivation to get out and get involved! The show's hostess, Pat Lockwood, is very knowledgeable and becomes quite involved with each presenta- tion and guests' interviews during the program's taping. Doing things, community involvement, personal achievement, and general informa- tion, all important to women, will also be emphasized. Ens. Glen King, the program pro- ducer, stated "There is a definite need for such a program on the base in an effort to get all the women involved in some way." He also said that any comments concerning the program would be welcomed. Efforts to get the topics that most appeal to the women audience from the in- itial idea to the completed on-air television program is most challeng- ing to Tech. Sgt. Mike Lynch, WO- MAN'S WORLD director. Pal Lockwood The program is taped each Tuesday or Wednesday in the Navy Broadcast- ing Service's TV-4 studio. The pro- gram consists of two segments each of which is designed to reach the objective intended. The premiere program, which will be airing week- ly, is scheduled to follow GENERAL HOSPITAL each Friday afternoon at 3:45. IDF advances four FOUR ENLISTED PERSONNEL were advanced in recent ceremonies at Headquar- ters Iceland Defense Force by Rear Admiral Richard A. Martini, (center) Commander Iceland Defense Force. (left - right) BM2 Dale A. Peters and YN2 Sharlene M. Cook were frocked to their present rank. YN3 George Randell Taylor and YN3 Maurice Royzell Miller were advanced to their present rank. (Photo by PH3 Thom Lindgren)


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