The Civil Defense Administration last
week was planning to recommend to state governments to take down the
familiar road signs that instruct civilians not to use highways in
event of enemy attack. Reason: the signs, put up in the duck-and-hide
days of the atomic bomb, do not make sense in the run-for-your-life
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