The White Falcon

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The White Falcon - 16.05.1980, Blaðsíða 2

The White Falcon - 16.05.1980, Blaðsíða 2
Page 2 The WMte Falcon May 16, 1980 j , 1 1 '¦*' V5M 1 *> COIKG FOR FOBS AMD TUBE—MSI Bstado Bautiata and MSI Santiago Castillo recently raenliated for four and three tore years respectively at a joint cersaony by Captain T. J. Keens, Coamanding Officer Naval Station Keflavik. Petty Officer Bautista reenllsted for orders to Hawaii, and Petty Officer Castillo reenllsted for benefits of rate. Toll free phone lines for retirees The Navy Finance Center in Cleve- land, Ohio, has established toll- free customer service phone lines to serve the retired Navy community. The toll-free number for CONUS (ex- xept Ohio) is 1 - 800 - 321 - 1080. The number for Ohio and outside CONUS - 216 - 522 - 5955 - is a TOLL number. This service is for use of re- tired personnel only. The lines will be staffed from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time, Monday through Friday. The above numbers can be used to get answers to questions about a re- tired person's account and for noti- fications of address changes, of 3 reenlist... The following personnel recently reenllsted under the Guard III Pro- gram: AK3 Richard J. Byle for four years with orders to Attack Squadron 127 homebased at Naval Air Station, Lemoore, Calif.; ET1 Thomas Holm- stedt for four years with orders to Rota, Spain; and BMC Joseph Davlo for four years Vith orders to New- port, R. I. .and 3 promoted The following personnel were re- cently promoted to their present rank: Lt.j.g. Kathleen Waindle of U. S. Naval Facility, Lt. Cmdr. Gre- gory T. Beckham of Iceland Defense Force Staff Command, and Maj. Jerald E. Carroll of Air Forces Iceland Command. death, dual compensation, requests for changes in repayment schedules, and other similar matters. Requests involving monetary changes must be accompanied by sig- natures and cannot be processed by phone. However, If the requested change will prevent overpayment of the retiree, exceptions can be made, to this general rule. Tour slated for May 24 Sign up for an interesting tour to Gullfoss, Geysir and Hveragerdi. fhe tour is slated for May 24, and bring a packed lunch with you. The bus will take you through Thingvellir, the ancient site of the Icelandic Althing, which is the old- est legislative body in the world still in existence. The route con- tinues eastward to Geysir, where it is the most famous of all spouting hot springs in the world, and there- by giving Its name to all others. From Geysir we drive to Gullfoss (The Golden Waterfall) which falls in cascade into a deep canyon in the Hvita (White River). Gullfoss is considered to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Europe. Then the bus takes you to Hveragerdi where you will see the greenhouse and a largS variety of plants. This tour has been popular in the past; so sign up today. For more information call the Tour Office at 4200/4420 or stop by the Tour Of- fice located in the Viking Mall. FilipinoA mericans to install new O's The Filipino-American Association of Keflavik will install its new of- ficers and advisory board May 25, Sunday, at the Glacier House. Cap- tain T. J. Keene, Commanding Offi- cer Naval Station Keflavik will of- ficiate at the ceremony. The newly elected officers are: President - Ted de la Cruz, First Vice President - Bob Boyd, Second Vice President - Jerry Bien, Secre- tary - Norma Barrozo, Assistant Se- cretary - Mona Tabalon, Treasurer - Tita Enriquez, Business Manager - Larry Gavina, Auditor - Jimmy Vllla- nueva, Public Relations - Vivian Boyd and Ginny Serna, and Sgts. at Arms - Oscar Diano, John Serna, and Joey Abo. The members of the advisory board are: Oscar Amoroso., Ed Layug, Wally Elarmo, and Lilia Sison. The festivities will commence at 6 p.m., and a limited number of tic- kets is on sale for those who want to attend. Semlformal is the dress for the night of food, dancing, mu- sic, and installation ceremony. This occasion also marks the cul- mination of the Asian/Pacific Ameri- can Heritage Week, that was pro claimed by President Carter to hono Americans of Asian heritage. • COMMANDER ICELAND DEFENSE FOkCE Rear Adm. Richard k. Martini PUBLIC AFFAIRS'OFFICER Lt. Cmdr. Perry C. Bishop EDITORIAL ADVISER JOC Skip Groce EDITORIAL STAFF J01 David Crowe., Jr. J03 David Guise SN Mary Reed ARTIST Ms Chandra 1'arker In cooperation with the U. S. Naval Station Print Shop, the White Falcon publishes weekly with appropriated funds per NAV- F.XOS P-35 for Iceland Defense Force (IDF) military and U. S. "ivilian personnel, and their dependents. Opinions expressed are those of the writer and not necessari- ly official expressions of IDF, the Department of Defense or the U. S. Government. The White Falcon offices are located in Bldg. 734C; telephone '4612/5192. Editorial deadline is noon Tuesday.

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