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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               LUCKY BUCK? Every adult a Lucky with a and an in the serial number will receive a Copyright 19JS, Arthur Murray. Int RULES I. To win you mutt pnunt In person your dollar bill with a "3" and ttw urial numbsr. Hand It.in to your Marat Arthur Murray Studio. 2. Only "winning" bill acaptcd from Individual. i 3. Arthur Murray atudinh and minors not Look at all your one dollar blUs. Any of the serial numbers contain a "3" and an Then you've got yourself a "Lucky and simply by handing it in at your near- est Arthur Murray Dance Studio you win a Dance Course. This wonderful offer is being made to show you the fun and good times that can be had at an Arthur Murray Studio. You see, learning to'dance is so much fun because you go to party after party ..'.practice dancing with many different partners. So don't miss the chance to become more popular than you've ever been before. Check your wallet right now for a "Lucky Buck." Studios open daily 10 AM. to 10 PJM. ARTHUR MURRAY 421A N. Main St. Oshkosh, Wis. Tel. Beverly 5-0110 Police Services Essential for Any p -v P Emergency Evacuation in Attack -J5 _ .v i.- Brown County's Survival Plan Shows What Sheriff, Local Enforcement Forces Must Do BY ROBE3T WHITE The sheriff of county would be -the director of po- lice services .under the survival-plan for the Green Bay tar- get area if and when a warning is received of an' impending nuclear attack. Working with him would be the GreehlBay. police chief as deputy coordinator of emergency: police operations and the Brown county traffic chief as deputy'coordinatpi' for ad- ministration and training of emergency1 police personnel. The sheriff would, coordin- ate the operation and plan- ning of .all police services in eluding 'regular police assign- ments and assignments of the county's civil defense auxil- iary police force. It would be his duty to fur- nish personnel where they are needed and, guarantee as far as is humanly possible that the evacuation be kept under control.. The sheriff, police Bomb Shelter The operational survival plan for the Green Bay target area places its major empha- sis on evacuation to safe northern counties but Arthur Norgaard, deputy county civil defense director, is making certain he is doubly-protectec against nuclear attack. Nor- gaard said he would build a bomb and fallout shel- ter addition to his new home in AUouez. chief and county traffic chief and their staffs must keep highway movements function- ing smoothly if the evacua- tion is to have any measure of success after the attack warning is sounded. The radiological, def e n s e service is. another important phase of the evacuation plan. 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Corotex insulation for comfort Choice of attractive, long diologist at St. Vincent hospi- tal.' Dr. Mokrohisky and his staff will have the responsi- bility of surveys and training person- nel to use radiological detec- tion equipment. Under the system, a radio- logical monitoring plan would be activated, to inspect'each 25 square'miles of'Brown county territory to see if the territory is safe from radioac- tivity after nuclear attack. Fire, and., rescue services plan will be, directed by Fire 'Chief Dave Zuidmulder. Zuldmul- derand his staff would be re- sponsible for :all 'fire' and'res- cue 'work within Brown coun- ty's boundaries. An integral part of the fire and rescue service is the or- ganizing of mobile support battalions among trained fire- fighters throughout the coun- ty. Fire and rescue units-will be "'trained .and': attached to each civil defense organiza- tion in each municipality. Each and city will and .rescue services'in cooperating with Appleton A4 Zuidmulder as the v ator Probably" among the1 most important organizations ,-fpr the _of., the .sunivjal plan' will 'bev' the emergency health services under super? vision of Dr. Robert Rose, director. This group will be responsi- ble for meaiccl care ice and public health service. Dr. Rose 'and his' assistants will cover all aspects of treat- ment of sick and injured per- sons, and will be responsible for control of bacteriological and chemical diseases which could follow a nuclear attack. Bury Dead The emergency health serv- ice also will be responsible for environmental sanitation. Of primary importance here is the burial of the dead, which must be done without causing additional healtn hazards. Dr. Rose also will be ,In charge of the organization of mobile medical teams and Former Post-Crescent j Reporter in Baghdad .TornuMasterson, who was a Neenah-Mena- sha the Appleton Post-Crescent 20 years is in .the first Associ- ated-Press correspondent eble to enter that country in some time. Masterson was trans- ferred to the European and- near east 'area after he was beaten and severely- injured Singapore several years in their deployment', to various destinations in the northeast target area: s Eight 29-member teams will be organized, consisting of two doctors, one registered pharmacist, two registered nurses, v two hospital corps- men, eight first-aid workers, four stretcher bearers, two clerks, a truck driver and a carpenter. OPEN EVERY MON. FRI. NITE TIL 9 P.M. 30-60-90 Days Same as Cash I Use Our. 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