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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa YWCA Spring Swim Schedule to Begin April LtVCA iwim ticitnH .__.1 _..... Ihe YWQA spring swim program gets under way the week of April 1. Registration Is open now and Is lo be made at the YW desk between the hours of 9 and or may be mailed. When mailing registration, the name of swimmer, swim test card, time of classes and class fee should be included. The chil- dren's or adult's membership fees should also be Included. If currently a member, include date of expiration of mem- bership. Make checks payable to the YWCA. A YW membership is required for all activi- ties except plunges. The schedule: TEENS AND ADULTS All spring classes are 10 weeks except those on Mondays which are nine weeks. H20 Exercise Water exercise for fun and fitness. No swim skills necessary and no need to get hair wet. Monday and Wednesday, cost Scarcdy Cats and Novice Wednesday at and Thursday at cost Beginners and Advanced Beginners Mon- day at cost ?10.80; Tuesday evening at 8, cost Intermediate and Swimmer Wednesday evening at and Friday morning at cost Synchronized Swim Monday evening at cost GIRLS AND BOYS Note: Children with no swimming skills go into Novice A. Other children new to the program must take a swim test before regis- tration. Free swim tests given Wednesday, 4 to Thursday, 7 lo and Friday, 4 to Tests take .approximately 10 minutes. Novice A and B classes are 30 minutes; all others are 45 minutes. Monday classes are nine weeks; all others are 10 weeks. Novice A Monday at cost Tuesday and Wednesday at and Saturday at cost Novice B Thursday at and Saturday at cost Beginner A Wednesday at and Satur- day at Beginner B Monday at cost Saturday at cost Advanced Beginner I and II at Saturday at cost Intermediate and Swimmer Wednesday at and Saturday at cost Junior Life Saving Saturday at 2, cost PRESCHOOL, 3-5 The Dr. Gabrielson method, in which an adult attends and participates with child in the water each lime, Is used, except for Wee Swimmer II when the adult is not required at all lessons. Child learns swimming and safety skills. Preschool available for morning classes, except for Wee Swimmers H. Only the child needs a membership. Ten lessons, 45 minute classes, cost J'resehool No experience, Tuesday and Thursday for five weeks, or Wee Swimmer I Must have completed preschool lessons, Tuesday and Thursday for five weeks, or Wee Swimmer II Must have completed at least one session of Wee Swimmer I and have reached a more advanced level, Tuesday and Thursday for five weeks, noon or or Friday for 10 weeks at Note: A second session of Preschool swim lessons will begin May 7 with registration April 29. Class schedule is same as above. WATER BABY, 6 mo.-3 yrs. Hour recreational plunges lo help child ad- just to the water and learn to understand and move in a new environment. Adult attends and participates with child in the water. In- structor available to give suggestions to guide you and your child. No registration is needed. Cost: Non-members, 95 cents; members (adult or child) 60 cents.'Tuesday and Thurs- day at Playschool available. Tuesday at and Thursday evening at 8. PLUNGES A YW membership or plunge card must be presented each time you attend in order to pay the member fee. Cost: Adults and teens, 50 cents or card of 10 at for members; 75 cents for non-members (50 cents if accom- panying a preschool child who is a Member children, 25 cents or card of 10 at 50 cents for non-members; preschool, 10 cents or card of 10 at 90 cents for members; 20 cents for non-members (10 cents if accompanied by adult All plunges are one hour long unless otherwise noted. Teens and Adult Women Monday, to 1 and at 6; Tuesday, and Wednesday, to 1 and Thursday, and 8; Friday, to 1 and Saturday all. Teens and Adult Men Monday, to 1; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day at 8 and Saturday at 1. Children 6 months to 12 Tuesday, and Thursday, and 8 and Saturday at 1. Family Night Friday, family groups only, one parent must attend; to -V WITH EASTER IN MIND 1 IP 149 'Yd. 769 'Yd., 169 'Yd. 798 'Yd. 798 'Yd. LENO PRINTS VOILE PRINTS DOTTED SWISS FLOCK CHECK FANCIES SPARKLE ORGANZA CREPE, PRINTS SEERSUCKER PLAIDS SUITINGS SCREEN PRINTS EYELETS up A SPRING FRESH COLLECTION OF NEW COLORS. DESIGNS AND COMBINATIONS ON FABRICS JUST FOR NOW AND EASTER SEWING.' COTTONS. NYLONS AND BLENDS. WIDE. ALL ARE WASHABLE 029 998 Yd. A MATCH-MATES STAR STITCH 49l MATCHING SOLIDS. A NEW CONCEPT IN POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS IS PRESENTED IN THESE RITZ> CREPE MATCH- UPS. GREAT FOR ANY TWO PIECE OUTFIT. MACHINE WASH. TUMBLE DRY WIDE E SO-FRO FABRICS always first quality fabrics i Town Country Shopping .Centor Cedar Rapids, I Sit, Sun. One family member needs a membership. Cost: Adults and teens, 50 cents and children, 15 cents. YWCA enrichment classes begin (his week. There are still openings in most of the classes. Call the YW desk, 363-1458 for regis- tration, This week's activities at the YW are: Junior high group Monday evening from to'8 for gym night and planning session for spring dance. The Lenten luncheon will be Wednesday at noon. The speaker will be Sister Germainc of Regis high school. Tickets for the luncheon are reservations not necessary, The lunch- eon-program, co-sponsored by the YW and Church Women United, is open to the public. Babysitting by reservation is available by calling (he YW desk. Youth Company Thursday evening from to 8 for recreational aclivity and plan- ning session on upcoming activities. Family night at the pool Friday, to for family groups only. One parent must attend and only one family member needs a YW membership. Adults and teens, 50 cents; children, 15 cents. Solo Parents club will have a family potluck Friday at to be followed by games and swimming. Room 2 at the YW. Heavy Smoking Causes More Female Deaths Heavy smoking is taking an to one. Findings were based on an analysis of the records of the especially deadly among younger heart toll women, a Brooklyn, New York, researcher office in Valhalla, New York reports. Women are now catch- 00o ing up to men in the incidence of sudden death from heart at- tack and the increase seems to be chiefly due to greater use of cigarets, says Dr. David M. Spain of Brookdale hospital medical center. Twenty years ago, men under 51 years old were 12 times more vulnerable than women of the umuidi wines arc same age to sudden fatal heart Burgundy, Alsatian, Bordeaux, attapk. snvs Dr Knain TYiHav _ _ attack, says Dr. Spain. Today, Wcstchester county examiner's NATURAL WINES CONTAIN 9-14 PERCENT ALCOHOL Natural wines, also known as still wines or table wines, are the result of the natural fermen- tation of the juice of the grape. They usually have an alcoholic content of 9 to 14 percent. Some well-known natural wines arc Hoover A fun and game night is planned from 5 to 8 Tuesday at the school. Italian Chianti, German Rhine the ratio has narrowed to four! and Moselle and Beaujolais P.T.S. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Mar. 25, 1974 Chocolate-Almond Bonbons Qukk Treat For a delicious quick treat try making Chocolate-Almond Bon- bons. Grind 8 to 10' oz. shortbread cookies to fine crumbs in blender. Melt Vt pound butter. Stir in "A cup chocolate chips. When melted, mix in Vt cup sweetened condensed milk and the cookie crumbs. Chill, then shape into small, flat bonbon's and top each with a roasted whole blanched almond. oOo AMY VANDERBILT, MOTHER OF EIGHT In private life, Amy Vander- bill is the wife of Curtis' B. Kel- lar, general counsel of Mobil Chemical Co., a division of Mo- bil Oil Corp. Together they have eight children. Her brownstone house, which has appeared in many decorating magazines, is located in the Gracie Square area of New York. The GIFT CHALET Gifts I Dicor from Europe CAIIDIK WtlLUECOlJ HGUHHES BELIS OPEN DAILY 11 A.M.-S P.M. Serve Easter Dinner on a new Dining room from Hall's Choose from 18 styles All On Sale A. FRENCH PROVINCIAL Always in style. True dining elegance for your home in a glowing fruitwood finish. and at a special sale price. The handsome china is 60" in width with three shelves. The see-through shelves are lighted. Double door front. Plenty of drqwer and storage space in the base. The 'generous oval table extends to There are three side chairs and one arm chair. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 5-PC DINING ROOM China Was 99.95 was Q Q Q y_y Sale.s4477 SALE 1 8, Grandeur on a Budget All pieces are supurbly crafted in a rich pecan finish. The 78" tall china cabinet has a glamour lighted interor with framed glass see through shelves. The china is 54" wide with plenty of storage space in the base. The 5 PC. dining room includes 3 side chairs, 1 arm chair and table as finished in rich pecan. (Table is 42" wd. x78" Ig. with 18" IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CHINA KS.SSiigSi. (248 08 C. CONTEMPORARY of its best. The clean design of the' china lends itself to many decors. It's 53" in width with glass shelves and overhead light. There is plenty of storage in the base. The 42" oval table (not square as shown) with the extra leaf extends to There are three side chairs and one arm chair to complete this 5 pc. dining room group. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 5-PC. DINING ROOM CHINA Was Was Sale '2988B SALE vas ?288' HALL HOME FURNISHINGS Visit all 16 Galleries and 101 Model Rooms frnn Dolivarc Open Mpil. Ilirlrfri. 10 lo Pp.m. Sol. 10 lo 5 p.m. Sun. 1 lo 5 p.m. Collinj fid. HE. 3P3.5550 "THE QUIET REALTORS" STEWART CLAPP Young enough to be Old enough to be experienced DALE ARMSTRONG DON FISHEL Large enough to be efficient Small enough to be personalized ERNIE HIDDER just plain hard work will get the job done! We'll work hard for you! "forfhof 4411 CENTER PT. RD. PHONE 393-4410 ______j
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