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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, December 29, 1950, Image 16

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16 • NEW CASTLE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1950 Defense (Continued from Page 1) about 100 local wardens, plus al­ ternates, will be required. Col. Morden also stated that he will need additional assistants includ­ ing an Executive Assistant. Among the many other posts to be filled are a Director of Housing and Subsistence, and an office assistant to Mr. Du Four. About 150 men will be required for the auxiliary police, accord- ing to Chief of Police C. L. Ro-' maine. This auxiliary force which was organized in 1941 has never been disbanded, and will shortly be reactivated, Chief Ro- maine said. It was revealed that Dr. Paul Z. Haus will be in charge of Communications; Albert W. Graff, Highway Superintendent, will handle heavy transportation! and/ recue squads; and John jCotter will handle light trans­ portation. Mrs. W. H. Depperman will be in charge of Press Relations, with George Haas acting as Of­ ficial Photographer. Col. Morden emphasized that i at this stage the services of all! persons taking part in the civil! defense program are on a volun- j teer basis, and that for security | reasons all volunteers will be re- j quired to sign a loyally pledge. It was pointed out that the job of the civil defense organiza-1 tion is to supplement and work j in conjunction with the services' of the police, fire, health and 1 welfare agencies. The role of the Red Cross is to cooperate with the Civil Defense effort. Mem­ bers of the American Legion will serve as volunteers rather than as a unit. The efforts of the Civil De­ fense organization are directed toward j a controlled evacuation j '-\\New York City in the, event of an emergency resulting from an A-bomb attack, possible j panic or sabotage. A plan will be formulated with evacuees as­ signed to specific locations in the township. It is for this purpose that present housing survey is being made. Present at the meeting in addi­ tion to Col. and Mrs. Morden were G. Edwin Rogers, Chair­ man of the Board of Fire Com­ missioners; John M. Nash, Town Fire Chief; James H. Scull, re­ presenting the Chappaqua Dads; Oliver J. Du Four, Secretary of Civil Del arise; Alan Legg : Public Information Officer a.«id Mrs. Legg; Mrs. W. H. Depperman, in charge of Press Relations, and Mr. Depperman; Robert B. Stew­ art, Town Supervisor; Thomas Wright, President of the Cham­ ber oi Commerce; Dr. Paul Z. Haus, Civil Defense Communi­ cations; Richard J. Gleason and Frank Maccarello, representing the American Legion; William H. Rieger, Chief of the Millwood Fire Department, and Assistant Fire Chief, Robert Deems; Rich­ ard M. Bleier, President of the Town Club; Mrs. Richard M. Bleier, President of the Garden Club; Clifford V. Fisher, Chair­ man of the Red Cross Disaster Committee; James C. Foster, As­ sistant Chairman Red Cross Dis­ aster Committee; C. L. Romaine, Chappaqua Chief of Police; Al­ bert W. Graff, Highway Superin­ tendent; Douglas Grafflin, Super­ vising Principal of Chappaqua schools; Dr. William L. Granger, who is advising on medical ques­ tions; Richard F. Lawrence, who is adsisfirs in organizing the i warden service; Mrs. James SemsGii, representing the League of Women Voters; Elmer L. Fin- gar, who is is assisting Col. Mor­ den; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brooks. -0- Tide of Toys (Continued from Page 1) toys for overseas from under their Christmas trees.\ Mr. Lang adds his message to Mr. Crosby's: \The Le­ gion is proud and privileged to be the vehicle through which American children can demon­ strate to the children of Europe their belief in the gospel, \Peace on earth, good will toward men.\ SNOW PLOWING TUF TO gas* Don't wait until snow falls to worry about getting your car out. Subscribe NOW to our snow plowing service. 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