The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 29.02.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 29.02.1980, Blaðsíða 1
Keflavik, Iceland February 29, 1980 Volume 23, Number 8 Local briefs Car insurance dui i It is that time of the year for renewal of vehicle insurance. The American Express Bank is selling risk class auto insurance commenc- ing Monday through Friday, up to March 14, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 3:30 p.m. The present prices will be used as deposits as these prices will increase at a later date. The pre- sent prices are the following: for a 1A or 4 type policy Kr.35,000, for a IB or 8 type policy Kr. 40,000 and for a LC type policy Kr. 45,000. The above prices are considered to be deposits as with the new rates; you will be expect- ed to pay the difference at a lat- er date. Reenlistment bonus Any enlisted servicemember who was one of the plaintiffs seeking a variable reenlistment bonus in either the federal court cases en- titled "Allen versos U.S." or "Ca- rial vetstie U.S." should call the Naval Station Legal Office. Mail service A "Command Memo" is now avail- able at the base post office for use by all personnel to explain the irregular mail service pre- sently being experienced by the NATO Base. This memo should be enclosed in all monetary corres- pondence in which there is a time deadline involved. Women cop Basketball title Congratulations to the Keflavik Women's Basketball Team for last week's great win! They are the new champions of the 1980 Northern European Regional Women's Basket- ball Tournament. Score results were: Keflavik 51 to Edzell's 17, and Keflavik 40 to London's 32 on the first day; the second day brought London 43 to Edzell's 33, and Keflavik beat London 46 tc 31. Dining hours changed The Enlisted Dining Facility will modify the breakfast and lunch hours on March 11, Friday due to the advancement examination |which is to be given at that time. Breakfast will be served from 6 to 6:45 a.m. and lunch, will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Navy Campus mere's some Los Angeles Community College of- fers something for everyone in term 4/80. It is registration time for Navy Campus for Achievement. For the business oriented student Accounting I, Business Data Proces- sing II and Human Relations for Su- pervisors are offered. The ever popular Private Pilots Ground School, and Black and White Beginning Photography are al30 available. For the AJ students, Criminal Investigation is offered and in the Broadcasting Curricu- lum, the class will be Radio and TV Acting. Two new courses will be offered, Automotive Tune Up and Cabinet Mil- king. For the Electronics Majors the Electronics 44, which prepares students for the first and second class FCC Testing is offered. Other courses offered are Human Biology—this course fulfills a science requirement for the degree; Music III—music appreciation which fulfills a humanities requirement; Dev Com 21—fundamentals of writing which fulfills an English require- ment; Spanish 001—elementary Span- ish that fulfills a Humanities re- quirement; Math 30—arithmetic for college students, an excellent pre- math, for more advanced math classes; and Photo 017—introduction to color photography. ing for everyone Two courses will be offered at the site in Rockville. They are Theatre 001—Introduction to acting and Psych 001—general psychology. Term Four for the University of Maryland should prove to be an ex- citing time to take courses. Mrs. Cathy Jorgenson, who has previously studied for her doctorate in Iceland, is returning to Keflavik to offer a course in Viking history. Hist. 319 will examine conditions in Scandinavia from the 8th to the 11th centuries, as well as the impact of the Viking expansion upon the polit- ical, religious, social and economic structures of Western Europe. This course will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dr. Gil Dunn, a resident instruc- tor who is coming to Iceland, will be teaching Socy 100—introduction to sociology, Monday and Wednesday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.; and Socy 230—dynamics of social interaction, Monday through Thursday from 5:10 to 6:25 p.m. This course may be used as interdisciplinary PSYCH credit. For those students who need a humanities course, Mr. Athalstan Ingolfsson will be offering Engl. 201—world literature, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. See something (or everyone page 2 STICK*EM UP—Don't be alarmed this is not a hold up—it's the Ice and Fire Theatre Group rehearsing the play, Take a Number Dar.ling which will be presented at the Top of the Rock on March.21, 22 and 23. Story on page chare. (Photo by J03 David Guise)


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