Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 3, 1962 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 3, 1962
Page 13
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TRAFFIC RULES APPLY TO CYCLIST—Every cy clist is as responsible for good traffic conditions as the driver of a "car. Here Tim McLochlin and his passenger, Jim Arvin, demonstrate, two of the most frequently broken safely rules: riding double and darting out in front of a c ar. An essential safety rule is to have the bike in good condition and properly equipped. fflgffifc^'^i ""V "i : '*'/& " t! ''" : BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES — Knowing-what to do in the case of an emergency may mean the difference between life and death. Brownings rank among the highest'in the death rales, although many other unexpected tragedies may occur while swimming or boating. Here Don Fissell demonstrates the application of artificial respiration which is one of the most important things to know in lifesaving. The victim is John Werner. • ' i PLAY IT SUNBURN CAN BE DANGEROUS — A severe sunburn is dangerous and should be avoided. Here Donna Frills and Bonnie Fettig acquire their tans gradually at the laller's home, 1321 North street. If a severe burn does occur, treat it as any other burn'by the use of sterile petroleum or any good burn ointment. If a large area is burned or fever or chills develop, call a doctor. ^rF-^-^^^f^^ *'•*•#' .. •"-• -^'^f!^!p^ S^^ffe^ - -;'XC!*" ^ ^B^i»SjL. <*«•<'"-'. ^f-^r" . — ; k"^ -*&)!,>. '-^teJ';""*' faC Jll ^ - "* ^'^•^•vO' ^'* s *-;%" ^u-o^, "*-•. - ''"*''>-.,• *"^ J ' .. ' DANGEROUS WAY TO'ENTER BOAT — One of the many, safety precautions to follow in boating is to enter the boat properly. A dangerous way to do it is demonstrated here by Jon Ashbyand Dane Sorenson. Dane is stepping on the edge as the boat is drifting away from the pier. The correct way, which applies to any type of boat or canoe, is to secure it alongside the pier and step into the center. LEARN TO BE A GOOD SWIMMER — The main safety precaution for all types of water activity is to learn how to swim correctly from the beginning. .' ' . ,. . , . ,-,'•,'•*, ,-r j » The best way to do this if possible, is to lake a course from a quabfied instructor. Here Lynne Dcnhain, a life guard at the local municipal pool, gives instructions on the proper way to float to Ken Graham and Cynthia Graham.

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