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Don't Use the Phone!: Art Linkletter [1953]

This plea from the famous kiddie show host for citizens to refrain from using the telephone during an atomic attack would seem to stress the obvious, but then nothing seemed to be too obvious for civil defense during this era. To paraphrase Mr. Linkletter himself, "Atomic bombs do the darndest things!"
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Don't Use the Phone!: Art Linkletter [1953]

This is Art Linkletter. In event of atomic bombing or some other catastrophe, here's something important to remember. It will help save lives including your own. Do not use the telephone! Leave the line open for official rescue and relief! This is your part in Civil Defense. Remember, don't use the phone! Leave the line clear for safety of your own life, and the lives of others!


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