Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 12
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PAGE 12 T U C S O N D A I L Y FRIDAY 8VENING, JUNE 3, 1940 52 North 5ft Ave. f en/amut tUMBING SUPPLY CO Phone MAin 2-1871 At Old Fashion Savings You'll Sing About PROPANE TORCH KIT 5.95 PROFESSIONAL TYPE STEEL HANDLE H A M M E R L95 HAND BENCH GRINDER 1.50 r- Citizen-Y Swim Class ! 1 Promises Fast Results i * . . . . Johnny is 9 years old. He is a i the lessons, he will be (aught to healthy, active youngster, but he! roll his head and use the rhythmic cannot swim, j breathing needed in most ftylei of In two weeks Johnny will be j swimming, able to swim. i 3--Next, he will hold his breath, His sudden ability to swim will 1 draw his knees to his chest and FATHER'S CHOICE · OSCULATING SANDER · HEDGE TRIMMER · SABER SAW · ELECTRIC -LAWN EDGER 95 EACH LAYAWAY NOW SWIVEL BASE MACHINIST VISE With Removable Pipe Jaws WEN Solder Gun Heats in 3 Sec. Ha* S p o t l l i h t Complete with 2 Tlpi * $ Roll of Solder.. Jlefultrry I7.M Warned Of Strangers Some 25,000 pamphlets warning children to beware of strangers and advising children what to do when they encounter strangers are being distributed in schools by the Tucson Police Department. The pamphlet was prepared by the police, with the cost underwritten by the Tucson Clearing House Assn. A message to parents from Po- I lice Chief Bernard L. Garmire asks their cooperation in teaching children the rules contained in the pamphlet. "We are potentially faced with a very real problem in our community today, the molesting of children," the chief says. "This ugly crime can happen anywhere, any time." Parents and schoolteachers also are urged to have children report any suspicious persons. In picture sequences, children were given warnings such as never go with strangers who offer you a job with pay; never take money, candy or treats from any stranger or let him touch you; never go with strangers when! they -ask for directions; never take rides from . persons whom you don't knjw. Children are urged to mark down the license number of the car of any stranger who approaches them and to try to remember what the stranger looked like. Adding urgency to the warning was a report to police that an elderly man in a car stopped an 11-year-old girl last night as she was on the way to buy candy at a store. The man called the child over to his car, used obscene language and put his hands on her. The child pulled away from him and ran into the store. 8*4.1* /,J *i (Mi HEAVY DUTY ELECTRIC DRILL TOOL BOXES OFF Wen No. 909 Power Saw A Real Power House $4495 REDWOOD Basketweave 5 Ft FENCING trt'i A Bargain You Shouldn't MISS RUNNING FOOT Includes ALL MATERIAL WE'RE OPEN TIL 5 P.M. 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Johnny has signed up for the Citizen-YMCA Learn-to- Swim Campaign, and in two weeks he wiH have completed his five free lessons. Teachers at the Y use tested methods which almost automatically result in swimming ability if the pupil has normal mental and physical co-ordination and applies himself seriously to the project. This Johnny is a make-believe boy, but he represents hundreds upon hundreds of real Tucson youngsters who cannot swim, but would like to. And the same is true of his make-believe sister, Jane. That is, why the Citizen-YMCA lessons are open to both boys and girls, 9 through 14 years old, who cannot swim. There are many hundreds of them in Tucson and all of mem are welcome to take free lessons, with their parents' permission. Boys must register at the Central Y--and girls at the Lighthouse Y--on or before June 8. How will Johnny actually learn to swim? He will be given five half-hour lessons, one each morning from June 13 to 17. He will be taught,-one by one, the basic skills which add up to swimming ability. Let's follow Johnny a few days into the future and watch him as he learns these basic skills. The numbered drawings, which correspond to the numbered paragraphs below, show what he will do. 1--He will first learn to be cbnfi- j dent in the pool. He will be taught j to duck his head, open his eyes 1 under water and look at the bot- | torn of the pool. | 2--Then Johnny will learn to in- 'hale air through his mouth and i slowly exhale through his nose under water, making bubbles as shown in the drawing. Later in San Clemente Graduation Set Mrs. Laura. Ganoung, director of special education for Tucson Public Schools, will speak at 7:30 p.m. today at the kindergarten graduation exercises of San Clemente Day School. The children will wear caps and gowns, and a special program, directed by Miss Beverly Fridell, will include a baton drill. The exercises »re open to fee public. Save That Trip Downtown Better Buy Broadway Dept. Store ·roadway at Swan Where the Price Is Right! Open Evenings A Sunday assume this position. He will find mat the water holds him up and, although his face is under water, he will be actually floating. 4--By this time, Johnny wsli b* ready for bigger things in ft« water world. With his teacher nearby to give him courage, he will trust his legs to push »way from the side of the pool. He will glide along the surface of the water with his arms stretched out and his face down as shown in the picture. 5--He will then learn how to lack his legs to propel himself through the water. He will hold a rail at the edge of the pool when he first practices the kick. Scon, he will combine'the glide with the kick and be able to cross the pool with his arms stretched ahead of him. Then he will learn how to stroke by imitating the rotary movement of his teacher's arms. 6--Johnny's big moment will come next, and what a thrill he will have to realize he is actually swimming alone. To do this, he will have to combine and use all at once the various skills he hu learned separately. He wiD coordinate his gliding, breathing, arm and leg movements--first for short stretches in shallow water,' then for longer distances in deeper water. 7--With confidence boosted by his ability to swim, Johnny will make shallow dives from the pool's edge. He will glide out of the dive to regain -the swimming position and strike out across the pool. After the fifth -lesson, Johnny will be practically waterproofed. But, because of his age, size and relative lack of experience, he will still be a minnow and not a full-grown fish. He will continue to increase his wind and strength to permit longer swims. He can then look forward to t lifetime of fun--with »fety--in the water. 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