The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 31.10.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 31.10.1980, Blaðsíða 1
WEEKLY OCT. 3I-N0V. 7 ENTERTAINMENT SUPPLEMENT ENLISTED DINING TODAY LUNCH: Old fashioned bean soup, turkey pot pie, Swedish meatballs, vegetable gravy, mixed vegeta- bles and broccoli spears. HALLOWEEN MENU: Witches brew soup, squeaky sal- tine crackers, spineless baked ham, fried chicken bats, ghost white potato halves, hot goblin mustard sauce, vampires gravy, seasoned shrunken cabbage, buttered haunted hominy, trick or treat salad selection, jack o'lantern cake, with stringy cobweb frosting, hot scarecrow corn muffins, hot mulled cider. SATURDAY BREAKFAST: Assorted fresh fruit, assorted fruit juice, eggs to order, Spanish omelets, fried bacon, grilled sausage, grilled ham, hash browns, French toast and hominy grits. BRUNCH: In addition to the breakfast items: log- ging soup, grilled cheese sandwiches and French fries. DINNER: French onion soup, grilled steaks, sau- teed onions, baked potatoes, sour cream, corn and spinach. uso ^^^^lovi tovember 1 to 8—"Aid and abet punsters week", pose an incredibly dreadful pun. Bore your ends, make people cringe,drive your co-workers of the room. Win a USO prize for the worst n of the week. All entries will be displayed and the one drawing the most groans will be the winner. FRIDAY & SATURDAY—Our World Famous Fish Fry. SUNDAY—Eschew calories - go for the waffles and topping from 9 a.m. MONDAY—Pig out on pecan pie day. All the pie you can eat for 50 cents. Caution: Pictures will be taken of the Pecan Fie Pig of the Day. TUESDAY—Take a USO shopping trip to Reykjavik. Leave at 9 a.m. and return at 3:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY—Look for our Wednesday special. THURSDAY—"Who was George Spelvin?" If you know you'll win a free soft drink. FRIDAY—Have a pickle for a nickle. ***** Robbery by telephone WASHINGTON (NES)... The latest "scam" in the United States is the credit card swindle. You receive a telephone call stating that you have won a prize, but first, some kind of identification is needed. "Perhaps you have a credit card. "If so, give all the informa- tion on the card—the name the card is issued to, ID number, bank issuing number and ex- piration date. "Fine, we have the informa- tion, and you are verified. Your prize will be in the mail." Actually, what you'll find in mail are a lot of charges purchases you never made. The prize you won—dubi- ous, no doubt—is a chance to help the credit card company straighten out your account! Don't give personal infor- mation to anyone over the phone or in response to ad- vertisements in the mail. SUNDAY BREAKFAST: Assorted fresh fruit, assorted fruit juice, eggs to order, cheese omelets, grilled sausage links, fried bacon, grilled bologna, hash browns, pancakes and hominy grits. BRUNCH: In addition to the breakfast items: Mongole soup, Reuben sandwiches and potato chips. DINNER: Beef vegetable soup, barbecued chicken, barbecue sauce, fried corn dogs, macroni and cheese, peas with onions and French fried cauli- flower. TUESDAY LUNCH: Chicken drop soup, roast pork slices Mex- icana, natural gravy, southern-fried chicken, brown chicken gravy, potatoes, beets and mixed vegetables. DINNER: Creole soup, stuffed cabbage, brown gravy, beef liver fiesta, mashed potatoes, green beans and okra. WEDNESDAY MONDAY LUNCH: Manhattan clam chowder, barbecue spare- ribs, baked chicken, rice Brussels sprouts and carrots. DINNER: Cream of potato soup, ginger beef pot roast, natural gravy, potatoes, corn on the cob and green beans. LUNCH: Beef noodle soup, roast turkey, barbecue spareribs, sausage dressing, mashed potatoes, acorn squash, green beans and cranberry slices. DINNER: Cream of mushroom soup, Filipino-style adobo, Olongapo panclt, fried rice, spinach Jardiniere, egg foo young and asparagus. THURSDAY LUNCH: Minestrone soup, roast pork ham, roast turkey, Salisbury steak, brown gravy, corn, mashed potatoes and spinach. DINNER: Corn chowder, fried Icelandic fish, potatoes, broccoli and beets. YOUTH CENTER CLUB SPECIALS BALLET—Registration is on going for the Youth Center Ballet program. Classes are available for each age group from 3 through adult, male or female. COACHES—The Youth Center is in need of Basket- ball coaches for its senior league. Contact the Youth Center at extension 7508 to volunteer. SUNDAY—The Youth Center is open from 1 to 9 p.m. for youth grades 7 through age 19. MONDAY—Ladies morning exercise classes meet at 9 a.m..and 6 p.m. Kindergarten through grade 2 will play a variety of floor games. Monday "Challenge the Champ" goes on for 5th and 6th graders. Art's and Crafts, another favorite is held each Monday for youth age 6 through 13. Piano lessons on an individual basis. TUESDAY—"Simon" (electronic game) will be enjoy- ed by the 5th and 6th graders. 3rd and 4th grades will be involved in a challenging game of "Poker Chip" shuffleboard. Kindergarten through grade 2 will be kept busy in our gym with a game of dodge ball. WEDNESDAY—Ladies morning exercise class meets from 9 to 10 a.m. A variety of relay races will be played and open to all age groups. Balloon relays, jump rope relays, and others are a part of this exciting activity. THURSDAY—4Ciddie Bingo starts at 3:30 p.m. 5th and 6th graders challenge each other in "War Ball". A variety of musical games will be on the agenda for kindergarten through grade 4. Ladies evening slimnastics meet from 6 to 7 p.m. FRIDAY—Our weekly Teen Disco will begin at 7 p.m., this weekly favorite Is available to youth grade 7 to age 19. Friday is also free movie day and you can view some old classics. SATURDAY—A disco dance is what's happening for 5th and 6th graders from 7 to 9 p.m. "Common Ground" will appear at 2:30 p.m. REGISTRATION—The Youth Center is currently taking registration for their fall "Special Interest" classes, among those being offered are Macramej Knitting, Ballet, Bread Dough Art, and Rug Hooking. We are also looking for youth interested in Christmas Caroling with the Youth Center. Call the Youth Center at 7508. WINDBREAKER: The snack bar is now open on Satur- day and Sunday 11 to 3 p.m. Masquerade Night, tonight at 8 p.m. Wear your favorite costume, prizes will be awarded. ROCKVILLE: Monday—Reduced prices on pizza. Tuesday—Icelandic Fish Special. Wednesday and Saturday—2 for 1 steak nights (New York style). Thursday—Mystery dinner special. Friday—Prime Rib. TOP OF THE ROCK—Saturday 9 p.m. Rock Music. Mon- day-8:30 p.m. Rock Music. Tuesday—8:30 p.m. Soul Music. Wednesday—9 p.m. USO show. Friday—Disco. r~f^ COMMON GROUND "Common Ground", a lively top 40 Rock 'N Roll group, will be performing aboard the NATO base November 5 to 9. Wednesday, 9 p.m. C.lacier Hut, Thursday, 7 p.m. Andrews Th'^ater, Friday, Wind- breaker Club, November 8, Youth Center 2:30 p.m., Officer's Club 9 p.m., November 9, Andrews Theater 2 p.m., Rockville 8 p.m. TOUR OFFICE ROCK AND R0LL~The Tour Office is offering tickets to the famous 50's Rock and Roll group - The Platters. The performance is for November 10 at Haskolabio (Symphony Hall) beginning at 9 p.m. Bus transportation can be provided for those interested. The tour office extension is 4420. II ! i


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