Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 14, 1942 · Page 5
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. ...... t .,. .,„ Above all, keep cool. Don't lose your head. ': ;• ; ,^ crowd;the streets, avoid chaos, prevent disbfder and ^'Ydu can fool the enemy. It is easy. If plaiies-conie^/pver, ^y;where you are. : Don't phone unnecessarily; : Thfe;enance •*•••-•'-^«f be hit is small. •• It is -part of the riskwe must,take^tp •".• ; :'• : " • -..,...,-: • ••.;Vv^ i x;.:-v.:-y. i: ,'ib^ .<,. •• •• "/'''..'; ; .','..''.'' : ••••.,. ..••<-,:':.':.'.•'::'.'•••:.. ^•: : ^"-: : '^ : ^->.^' Tfiinic Sfiviofe'before-ypu.db anything. Don^t,believe ^n^ors^ b^aWrig felse rumors is : part of : ihe:enemy *''"''* ' • • ' : ' ' ''• ''• ' ' ' " '•'•'••'"'• '" ' ''•''•''•-••''•. '' "•'• ^Khbw: your! air-raid wariiing.;\:in g^ {S;atid: falling pitch; ,6n whistles or horns. ^^e^Uclsar^ is. ^teady;tdhe for 2 minutes, '^.atphihis paper, for description: local '- " , : . • ".••' i?he.'safest place^ ••:; ' j : : J /:' " : -"If Voii'ar^ ; a^^ • shelter.' ;Avoid; '&W^ • . ; v Th&- enemy-^y&nis:'^^ 'ir&fc';^^ V 1 : :•;.;. jj\;;^lv ' ' "iff>«^^ !^''' -(ftcver-;a' splash or.sfcpm^itfl^ate^^;i\th<e^mb;-f; Switclj -to.».: stream to put out an^^ a ; stiray forthe bomb./ T^^nifrwi^^ uteS^ifleft al^ , v^sii^ ;.sf.. ''''."^''-'•* ..' •*' .•'"••'• '.'••'','.,•'''•'•'•'•':','.'''."'• ./->o. ••''',•'i 1 ''v- : -'- : .i" ' tl; 'f!? 1 .;.'.:'-^"...;""./;'V''',',' •' •'.'' ' ,-•" •'* •' i ). •' -. '-.lisa; .'• ' . j^xp/otfe.-;,.^:;;^ '• ;i; %iider7'r^ : c^^ w'aty^%rKthe;use^ fal 1 *?? -• '• i • "7.^*''.• v •'V|'i ,'•,••• •••'>•• ,".'i"'•:.'''' ..•;•.. >\ ••;•< Y' v -..'"-'' * . . i •'•',,."(•';' •i;"'\\ ' '• • •; <• '•'..'-';" * '• •"> • • .'i-''"'•/JJitJe''' • " ' : ; ' ; ' ' '' '™ " 3. PUT OUT LIGHljji. " Whether or not black-out is ordered, don't show,.'more ! * Hgjit than is necessary/ If planes cpme over, ^ put out or cpxre^tflL lights at once—don't wait for the black-out order. The- Hgfi i.. • ** • ' '. ' ' • _ * _ "• 4 • . '• ._* . to- ' ^ ^ ' *" ••••••;• , ' • ' - ''_N * vil -. ,, Qo^/'ihfo e'Aip'R^ tt;:js'jfbrybur protection^ V^^&j^-'-??. ' you clo your part to whip the enemy. ;, •iWe^an-dpit, 'We will do it,:if we^stay!cate-and^co61,and^ tt'bng ;and'alert.' /'''-''.''. T').'.••, ';' •",. '•'> '• ''"'• .".':•'.". '•''.''••'.' vV;?; "y.jiji^^^^l^w^ , • 'vvChobfee ^onie'TOpb^qt^^ i^ arid; \ynat ,:to ;f ..4o^. ; '' : •'•••'•• ; • • '• •''"''•'•'•"''' ;: I^bprhbs start to fall near yoii, ; lie down., ypu r will;feel the blast least^hat way; escape fragments or, splinters;•;• ^ ; ;./..:;. ; .i-tfhfi:safest place is under a good stout table-r^e^tronger.the IcjgB.'ttiib^better.; :'-'. ; • "V. , '.' '.:.;'/'•' ''. •• '' • .I/ 1 ''' 1 r'v''•'.-. - ;; -:/-.•: .A;mattress"under,a table combines comfort with-safety. The enemy ; may use explosive bombs or incendiary bombs, or botH. If incendiaries' are used, it's more Important to deal with them than to be safe frpni blast. So defeat the ihcendiary witlva «pjray : (never a splash or stream) of water, then go back to safety under;a table in a refuge room. , ..' • ;;. , . ; ^ ,':..• / ; Most raids- Will likely be over in your ^mediate ™*&£- borhobdm a short time. However, stay under coyer v till .the^ "all clear" is sounded. ; ,-.'. •'•; • ,, „ / „ X«; : / : ' . Know your raid alarms. Know the ^al^l^V ; Qfncial^w^ of these -will come to you:from your Air Raid Warden. .Don t believe rumors, r Watch this paper for air raid alarm descnption. AA-the warden when he comes. • 4! • ^ >w Should your house be hit; keep cool. Answer tappings .fr< rc3cue'crews if you are trapped. (You ^^ ll ?^ ; ;^?^; either, hit or trapped, but if you are, you, can depend^ ™ ™«c squads to go after you), Again-~keep cool, ^^^, .- t -yell; after ;^>u hear them coming to you, unless they tell you to. Keep cool? - } \- ; ;'- ; ' . • •• ;•' '.•''•: , TIIQ^* \rt*t*T\\Y\& fool hurts tne-.enemy inuic. 'JUoL JVC'V'jL/lAAgf V.WV/* •**.»*• w . you can do. .K^epcalm. Stay at home. 7 '-'-'down, ''''' v ; '••''" : ' ., ", • fflk ^ , Jf ^^ »•» fm ••—» • -r- ' J~- -^- — f «h T. double'thickness over your windows. Blankets wi , _ havie heavy black paper, paste it on your windows.' Rqh't crowd or stampede, stores to get it, however. . You^ probabty. have 'everything you need at home. Be; ihgenious—^im^rov^;' : i ^Sih^bxdd ^ !get an air-raid warning, remember t0 y s^l£jc^ gai ; st9yes, gas furnaces,, and, gas : jpilot 'lights ;bnboth.' -^BoiM^; €^l^^s:^niay;,biow; them put/from blast effect. ^:Gias5|li^t; : : collects* mayvbe explosive -later. .-.•• :.. ' " ; ,• :'• ',:•;;;;:•, ;^;;£;vi;"' ^•Prepare one tbbm, the "one?., with the least window ,glass x m$^ strbnjgest -part of your house, for a refuge room. '^ Piit' f6od-iiAtfr' 'drinking .wisiter in : itii, r Put a sturdy table in it. 'aiicl chkirsin : it^*; Take ^ a magazine or two;and iiiatp : '\it-'^ 'Take ''things like "eyeglasses , and; dentures ^witn^.yyu;; wlien ypii gb ; into it/^Take^toilet facilities, paper,'"a^r^i;, If -ybmiiave a portable radb/take that too< r Above all^*e$EK ••../*'•.'••-• -.'•.'•• . '^- •'•'•'.'».*...•'«»• .. ,.'• / • v •"- * ' i '• f > .'''•''' • .-'•'' i '• ."'"'! ., * ''.!• •c^ni^TStay at tiornd'^fttt outfights.' - •- .• • '•':/•''•.''.'• 1 .>"''.','/'V- < y^ : .^ v . *. .v 1 '" , - , • . - • :• •• v >„ '. ' . ^''-'v.v?:-:':';.^' ';CHass^shatters, e^ily|soists^:away.frc^njwindows. > dah^erous'tnihg;! an^!^ -.,, , , V is^ there watqhmgffb^ : *;. iAt^gl^^^eS'idangefccrf being ; caught^ in blast frorh^explp- - l ^tiaircraft'fire ( ^^^^ it'indoors, av^y;^igwmdow|.:/vK.'3; more important to shell a plane than it is-;to^seMt;feom]^win^o^.^; •-. ^ . Stay in youiSrefu^^ That is : the« : .. ^ ^iL-f^-'.-Lji j-t,A fi^c>4- olo-rrnfRfflvrhftre until 1 l vuuis i c4'"6Vi**V v ***».-.'^.v>T-^'. " ^ - ••'••.-.-. r •••,-•.••.'••, f • • ' • j-i ' o.C ice. ;: Go%e^p ;the; first ;alar#i stay there ;until the •"aU-#eatfV:;/;^ down. S^ aw^^om ;^^^ peating; \^e would rattier repea^ h ?ve '•• •. '?• ' '--.•' 'V'^ 1 '' •' ( 'r^ *' i'* **''•'* 'j "I ' ' ' *'* ' '"•"-- - 1 -:- ^ ••^—•'^1. — l ^!— A *'-'.'.' t ^*. ^+m m * A&^**A «h»% A**. J *.'•'!'• ' _' J L\' 1 4~1_~ _*'«***« >"««?« 4" hi You can help lidk'tl ; dp just those few;;;simj^ Be a good fellow arid. ioljcw-; not^be a wise guy and get?hiirt r v r i s. 6. YOU CAN HELP Strong, capable, calm people are needed to man the volunteer services. If you want to help, there are lots of opportunities. . T -> If you^know first aid, and have a .certificate, there is an immer , diatejob for you. If ybu are a veteran, or a former 'volunteer or regular fireman, or policeman, there is work for you. If'you^ have no special skills but are strong and hus}*y> there is a job for,, you in rescue squads, * road-repair units,' or demolition;:and. clearance squads. If you have and can drive a car, you may De- needed for drivers' corps. Older Boy and Girl Scouts over 15; can help as messengers. Both men and women are needed. > ^; Here's how to get started: •'•••' •• .. :•"••' If there's a Civilian Defense Volunteer Office in your com v ' munity, call there and ask where to report, .If not, call your local Defense.Council or Committee, or the Chamber of^Cpm- • merce. Phone and ask where to report, rather than "-««" *« .person. There are people needed for—^ Air Raid Wardens (men and women). Road Repair Units (itrong Auxiliary; Firemen (men). Demolition and Clearance Auxiliary Police (men and women). husky men). /<- rn ; n ed clec- Fire Watchers (men and women). Electrical Repair units (tramed ciec <Nurses'.Aides (trained women). *' tncian»). ,,.x.V««r«nff men and Emergency Medical Forces (men and Decontamination Squads (strong men ana ^ficatesr lth RCd Cr ° SS ^ l Cr ~ Em^r^ncy" Food and. Housing Rescue Sqiiads (men). (women who can cook and serve). Above all, keep cool. Stay home. 'Pat oat^ ".'Lie.dpwn : .- Stay away from windows. Yovcan tieip. H. LaGuardia. Director. 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