The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 21.11.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 21.11.1980, Blaðsíða 1
WEEKLY NOVEMBER 21-28 ENTERTAINMENT SUPPLEMENT ENLISTED DINING CLUB SPECIALS YOUTH CENTER • TODAY LUNCH: Clam chowder, poached or fried Icelandic fish, potatoes, stewed tomatoes, mustard greens and cole slaw. DINNER: Beef barley soup, grilled pork slices, London broil steak, natural sauce, rice, Creole lima beans and carrots. SATURDAY BREAKFAST: Assorted fruit, assorted fruit juice, fried eggs to order, western omelets, fried bacon slices, grilled sausage, broiled ham steaks, hash browns, hominy grits and French toast. BRUNCH: In addition to breakfast itemst Cream, pea soup, sloppy Joe on bun and French fried potatoes. DINNER: Corn chowder, Southern fried chicken, mashed potatoes, corn bread dressing, Creole wax beans and spinach. SUNDAY BREAKFAST: Assorted fruit, assorted fruit Juice, fried eggs to order, tomato and cheese omelets, fried bacon slices, grilled sausage patties, griddle cakes, hash browns and hominy grits. BRUNCH: In addition to breakfast items: Chicken mushroom soup, grilled hamburgers, cheeseburgers and potato chips. NNER: Onion soup, roast beef, braised arerlbs, baked potatoes, Summer squash, MONDAY LUNCH: Split pea soup, baked ham and Salisbury steak, pineapple sauce, brown gravy, grilled potato cakes, corn and Brussels sprouts. DINNER: Logging soup, glazed rock Cornish Hens, knockwurst, chicken gravy, potatoes, beets and lima beans. TUESDAY LUNCH: Vegetable soup, BBQ chicken, barbecue sauce, braised spareribs with sauerkraut, rice and broccoli spears. DINNER: Beef noodle soup, corned beef, mustard sauce, potatoes, fried cabbage, boiled onions, carrots, beef porcupines and corn bread. WEDNESDAY LUNCH: Chicken soup, stuffed pork chops, braised beef liver, spareribs, smothered onions, brown gravy, potatoes and green beans, DINNER; Cream of mushroom soup, veal cube Parmesan, potatoes, baked meat loaf, green peas and beets. THURSDAY BRUNCH FROM 10 A.M. TO 12 P.M: American Chop Suey, hamburgers and cheeseburgers, french fries, salad and dessert. DINNER FROM 3 TO 6 P.M: Shrimp cocktail, french onion scup, turkey, ham, steamship round, dres- sing, candled sweet potato, turkey giblet gravy, beef gravy, pineapple raisin sauce, corn, arrots, peas, rolls, salad bar, cranberry sauce, lery, olives, relish trays, fruit cake, apple lie, cherry pie, minced meat pie, pumpkin pie, ixed shelled nuts and assorted candies. O'CLUB: Saturday—57th and ComFalrKef hail and bless. Sunday—Ice and Fire dinner theater. Tuesday—Snltzel special in the casual bar. Wednesday—KIwanis, and international night In the wardroom featuring "Mexican dinner." Thurs- day-- Thanks EivinR dinner from 4 to 7 p.m., Candlelight room closed. Friday—IceDeFor hail and bless. TOP OF THE ROCK: Today—Live band. Saturday— Disco. Sunday—Country and Western music. Mon- day—Rock music. Tuesday—Soul music. Wednes- day—Rock music. Thursday—Thanksgiving day lun- cheon special. Friday—Country and Western music. ROCKVILLE CLUB: Saturday—Disco music; Satur- day and Wednesday—Two for one steak special. Monday—Pizza special. Tuesday—Icelandic fish special. CommSta What do you do with 130 youngsters around Christmas time? Sue Prachniak, the President of the CommSta Wives' Club says, "We're going to have a party." The children's Christmas party will be held in the O'Club ballroom December 21st. The club is selling chili dogs and/or baked goods each day to raise money for the event. This event is for children of CommSta personnel. Their parents are also invited to attend. Opening tip-off The Youth Center Basketball League got underway Veteran's Day when the referee tossed the balI up for the opening jumb off. Team #1 played team #2 and team #2 won 38 to 18. (Photo by J02 Fisher). The Recreation Department Youth Center strives to provide a wholesome atmosphere for all NATO base youch. We wish to expand our present program to include the following pro- grams: Art and preschool gymnastics. Anyone interested and capable of teaching the pro- grams please contact the Youth Center director at 7508. Monday—Arts and Crafts: We've just received a new shipment of crafts including musical instru- ments, key chains, mobiles and many more. Join us on Monday's and make some of your Christmas gifts. "Challenge the Champ" continues for 5th and 6th graders. Tuesday—Kindergarten through grade two will be actively involved in a game of "Kickball" while the third and fourth graders challenge their peers In a "Bumper Pool Contest." Fifth and sixth graders will have a class in "Leather Craft." Board games are on the agenda for kindergarten through grade four. Wednesday—All ages will enjoy a fun filled ex- citing day. Kindergarten through grade two will participate in a "Mystery Scavenger Hunt" and fifth and sixth graders will swim at the Base pool. Third and Fourth graders will make unique Thanksgiving cards for family and friends. Don't miss this one11 Thursday—Thanksgiving, Closed. Friday—Our "Special Theme Disco" for youth grades seven through age 19. This promise to be a very unique and exciting dance. Come and see', For further information concerning any Youth Center activity call the Youth Center at 7508 or 7822. TOUR OFFICE The Tour Office is offering a London Thanks- giving Tour November 27 through 29. This package includes airfare, hotel accommodations and English Breakfast. Contact the Tour Office to make your reser- vation at extension 4420. SYMPHONY The sixth performance of the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra will be held December 4. The conductor will be Woldemar Nelson and the pianist Shura Cherkassky. The program will include: Tschaikovsky - Piano Concerto #1, Nutcracker Suite and 1812 Overture. Tickets will be available at the Tour Office beginning Monday. Bus transportation will also be provided for those interested and seats will have to be booked at the same time tickets for the symphony are purchased. For more information, please contact the Tour Office at 4420. SCHOLARSHIP Dependent children of members or former members of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard may apply for the 1981 Dependent's Scholarship Program. The scholarships are awarded for educational purposes beyond the high school level. They are awarded on the basis of scholastic merit, character, and financial need. Application deadline for the 1981 Dependent's Scholarship Program is March 15, 1981. For further information contact the Com- mand Career Counselor by dialing N.A.V.Y.


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