Six Incidents Staged in Raid Test
of a Me- 5n- both of the sta- duties actress girl. in SIX INCIDENTS STAGED IN BURLINGAME RAID '"The safety of a community is etermined by iJ e tran.mjr and indud 'd Mr. and Emsnuel, R, L Hardman I _,,..,._;Â·,,,,. i ~ r J i .u.4.rw)in ,if H'\A Ho!,MI Has- man. ^Cuward sir r.ini \\aiiiri.s m the final ier and daujrb IT, ,\r and tain of Polne J o h n ' K a r l Koefoed. \V. Zone Captain J. E. Brjan and Doualc MiGuire, Han defeitee i iÂ»l- ;Â«! Mrs. Stanley Pj.ri;ik, "K at Hoo-i'M-h Schmidt and Einr.st Ru-lard. following an Medical I'nit in Buriinpame's 31i-s Julia Campbell iro\e the mobiU- medica! unit, ht-atlf-d by Wade MacoinK-r and W. T. and Earl T-'isleek. Mis'; Hanneu McClc-llan. :old u'ueers at a ii ( i" school lÂ»s; ji ..} hour's air raid :e-s , z'jne H. f p t o C Training iÂ«ts ordered Three Cities by council the 2nd Lob man drove i)v f'r.st aid cor.ducit.-d \\ ei-k!y in Burlin- and nune to the incidÂ« saan.% San Mateo and llillsborough ( Sector captains and their depu- iiÂ»rinj out iKi-iief and offer a ' ii^ who directed the incident chant* for improved protection in were T- K. Hannum, C. C. 'cae of d:^.-ter. Hartnett said: Fred Muncey, David Honeyman, 1 "The pur-!ic .sho-jld watoh these Frank Thrall, Percy Converse, tests for ihey ni'i.si be convinced Lyle Holder, LouKe C. Hoelter, ,that every man and woman should Theodore Mess, Malcolm be trained in j-ome phase of pro- Rov Derap.ster and Robert j leciive work. If bombs fall it will , ThoÂ«e sen-insr on the shelter jbe up to civilians to protect them- imittee included Mrs. Marie 'selves. They may have to caie for i chairman, and Mesdamcs i their own injured and fi^ht fires. ! Krijrht, Jule M'-Manu's, Viola The most important disaster spots der Pyl. Hattie Liersch, Irene i will be given the largest amount of Jamcs Hitt. Arthur Crump, jof equipment. It is up to neigh-'ard Clark. \V. E. Doulton. H. orhoods to train themselves to j brielson, T. K. Hannum, Florence Harte and F. J. Wellhouse and Ann Lauder. Volunteer Casualties Among those who volunteered ''casualties and evacuees" were district luncheon. ke care of themselves. Wardens Lauded 'Â·Suppose the hours given to training and practice are never put to use--we are so much to the gocd. But if disaster strikes, this training I Baibara Wellhouse, J will save lives and property of our Kreis, Marilyn Muncey, own people." Dorothy Dumke, first aid instructor, called the work of the wardens and first aid teams ''wonderful" and congratulated them on "'outstanding- work." Sector captains reported on the Six incidents were planned for the drill with "casualties" and "evacuees" taken to the Roosevelt school where the Red Cross had SSt "p Â£n Â£Â£Â£*nibl v ce"^* 51 " Kvif*- uees were registered and directed to places of safety. At Control Center The control center group was headed by Edward R. McDonald, commander. The staff included: Robert O'Brien, William Palin, Arthur Meyer, James Watson, William C. Whiumann Ji., Horace T. Clarke, G. Stanley Whitehead, V. 0; Davis, David Wisnom, Richard Hoag, Herbert Magnuson, Perry Hartman, Franklin Ferrell, William Finney, Ashley Farliss, S. P. Herndon and Wendell Mahaffy. Ambulance drivers and their as- eyman. Jean Honeyman, Judy Mrs. William Paul and Billy Marylin Paul and Mrs. Olive O'Brien. Auxiliary police included W. Cornell, J.' T. Blalock and Moore. Women wardens of sector 30 watched the driii headed by airs. H. H. McAelvie included luesdaiiies E. E. Hutching, J. M. Westevgaard, Mildred B. Grens and H. C. Among the wardens who assisted with tlie drill \yer Manuel Valencia, Fred Oppezzo, Capt. Percy Adams. Richard Estes, Morris Dillon, Wheeler Schall, Arthur Townsend. Edward D. George, S. Wilson, L. C. Gilliiand, H. H. McKelvie and L. J. K'rby. Van Kreis and Ross McKelvie served as messengers. Hillsborough will have its second drill of the series next Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. Want to buy .. cell ., or Use the Times Want Ads .. Everybody sees them!