Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 21, 1965 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 21, 1965
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Wrap-Up Geotgo Smith, Director Nmpa Yftitft and Community Cenief The Center Is offering a Scuba. Diving Class starting April 7 and lasting until May 12, Classes will meet on Wednesday nights from 7:30 ihitil 10:00 p.m. Don Beer of Amarillo will conduct the classes. Enrollment fee is $25 for Center members and $30 for non-members which'also gives non-members a six months membership at the Center, All equipment excluding fins, masks and snorkels will be, furnished. There is a minimuiri of 15 persons needed to enroll. Enrollment fees are payable in advance and will bo taken Until March 28. The big night is only six days away now. The night of March 27 when the "Battle of. the Bands" Dance contest will be utaged in the. Center gym. Everyone is invited to attend and admission is $1.50 each. Never before in Pampa has such an extravaganza been scheduled as this. So far 11 Bands have entered the contest. From Pampa there are the Deboriaires, Mojo's, Coronados, Essex, Kash- mcres, and from Amarillo the Sliders, Cords, Nomads, and'Ca- valiers. From Dumas the Echos and from Borger t h e OL's, There will be continuous pjay- ing from 8-11 p.m. Proper chaperoning will be in force. Each paid admission will receive a ballot at the door. At a designated time each person will vote for the Band which has played the best and this will determine the winners. Junior High and Senior High students are invited. The Center is also offering new swim lessons starting Monday, March 29 and lasting until April 14. Classes offered will be Advanced Beginner at 4 p. m. and Intermediates at 5 p.rn! Classes will meet on Mondays! Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays for 10 meetings. Classes are open for enrollment at the present and enrollment will last! until March 29. Enrollment for members of the Center is free of charge while non-members must pay an enrollment fee of ?3. As a suggestion the purchase of Center memberships would be less expensive for these swim which will last during the months of April and May are Men's, Women's and Mixed Leagues. A mixed team has th women and three men on a team and the ball must be tapped alternately between male and female. This league proved to be one of the most exciting leagues last year. Entry fee for each league is $12 and you do not have to be a Center member to play. It is best however, that members of the teams be Center members for you will receive free practice time while other non-member teams will have to pay the building fee. Entry deadline is March 31 and on that night at 8 there will be a meeting to draw up schedules and discuss details of each league. During the week of March 29 through April 2 practices may be held in the Center gym each night at three distinct hours. 78-9, and 9-10 p.m. Each team may practice for 1 hour each night or any two teams for 2 hours. Center members may practice free of charge while non-members must pay 50 cents each. Teams should phone in for reservations. Youth Center Calendar MONDAY 4:00—Open; Polywog Lessons 5:00—Beginner Lessons 6:00—Swim Team Workout 7:00— Boy Scouts Swim 7:30—Walsh Food Service vs Richard Drug 8:30—All Ages Swim 9:00—First National Bank (Stinnett) vs Spearman TUESDAY 7:00—Bud McVickcr TV vs Borger: Top 0' Tex. Tour. 8:30~Cock 0 Walk vs Perryton WEDNESDAY 4:00—Open; Polywog Lesson Finals lessons are free to Center mem- 5:00— Beginner Lesson Finals bers. A parent should want their ™ children to progress through the various stages, of 4h« / Red- Cross Swim program and' this membership plan would be the most economical. Individual memberships are $5 for sp months and $8 per year while family memberships are $12 and $20 respectively. The Center fencing class is still progressing right along with the addition of three young ladies last week. Fencing is offered at the Center on Monday nights at 7 p.m. under the direction of Mr. Joe Pafford. Any persons interested can still get into the course by coming to the meeting or calling Joe Pafford at MO 4-3818 in Pampa Equipment will be arranged for The Center Volleyball leagues are still organizing and by all indications this siiould be and even better season than the last Leaguos ° cd this season POUCEMA 'FliVKn ~ BEDFORD, England (UPD- Policeman Anthony Betteridge was fijned $28 and banned from driving for three months aft r he was convicted of careless driving in a police patrol car. REPORTED IMPROVED HOLLYWOOD (UPD—Fran- cis Taylor, 65-year-old art dealer father of actress Elizabeth Taylor, was reported improved by attendants in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Taylor suffered a cerebral hemorrhage a week ago Thursday. 6:00—Swim Team Workout 7:00—All Ages Swim: Top' 0' Texas Tourn. 8:30—Graham Plow vs winner of Stinnett vs Spearman; Battle of the Bands Meeting THURSDAY 4:00—Open 6:00—Swim Team Workout 7:00— Semi-Finals of Top 0' Texas Tourn.; Family Swim Time 8:00—All Ages Swim 8:30—Semi-Finals of Top 0' Texas Tour. FRIDAY 4:00—Open 6:00—Swim Team Workout 7:00-Semi-Finals o£ Top 0' Texas Tourn.; Family Swim Time 8:00—All Ages Swim 8:30—Semi-Finals of Top 0' Texas Tourn. SATURDAY 9:00—Open .50:00—Swim Team Workout 12:00—Close for Lunch 1:00-A11 Ages Swim 2:00~A11 Ages Trampoline 5:00—Close 8:00-Battle of the Bands Dance SUNDAY 2:00-0pen; All Age,? Swim and I Trampoline 5:00—Close NAME CHANGE ! NEW YORK (UPI)-Lock-! heed Aircraft Corp. h a s changed the name of its Puget Sound Bridge and Dry Dock Co. subsidiary to Lockheed! Ship-building and Construction Co, Sttlt VKAW flfK PAMPA DAILY VF,WS • SUNDAY, MARCH 21, J965 JMN m :*•. 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