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Avoid wearing sweet
fragrances and bright
ck)thing. Keep food cov-
ered. Move slowly or
stand still in the vicinity
of bees.




MOSQUITO



Small dark fragile body
with transparent wings
and elongated mouth-
parts. From ^ B to ^ 4-inch
long



Found in temperate cli-
mates throughout the
world where the water
necessary for breeding
IS available.



Bites and sucks blood
Itching and localized
swelling result Bite may
turn red Only the female
IS equipped to bite.



TARANTULA



Large dark spider with
a furry covering From 6
to 7 inches m toe-to-toe
diameter.



Found m Southwestern
US and the tropics
Only the tropical varie-
ties are poisonous.



Bites produce pm-pnck
sensation with negligi-
ble effect. It will not bite
unless teased.



Oval with small head:
the body is not divided
TICK into definite segments
Grey or brown Mea-
sures from *4-inch to
i4-inch when mature



Found in all US areas
and in parts of Southern
Canada, on low shrubs,
grass and trees Carried
around by both wild and
domestic animals.



Attaches itself to the skin
and sucks blood After
removal there is danger
of infection, especially if
the mouthparts are left m
the wound.



Sometimes transmits
yellow fever, malaria,
encephalitis and other
diseases. Scratching
can cause secondary in-
fections.



Don t scratch. Lather
with soap and rinse to
avoid infection Apply
antiseptic to relieve itch-
ing.



Usually no more dan-
gerous than a pin pnck
Has only local effects.



Wash and apply anti-
septic to prevent the
possibility of secondary
infection.



Destroy available breed-
ing water to check mult-
plication. Place nets on
wirxjows and beds. Use
proper repellent.



Harmless to man. the
tarantula is beneficial
since it destroys harmful
insects



Sometimes carnes and
spreads Rocky Mountain
spotted fever, tularemia.
Colorado tick fever In a
few rare cases, causes
paralysis until removed



Apply heated needle to
tick. Gently remove with
tweezers so none of the
mouthparts are left m
skin. Wash with soap
and water: apply anti-
septic.



Cover exposed parts of
body when m tick-
infested areas Use
proper repellent. Re-
move ticks attached to
clothes, body Check
neck and hair Bathe









FAMILY SAFETY magazine, a publication of the National Safety Council



16



TORNADO SAFETY RULES

TORNADO WATCH-means tornadoes are expected to develop.

TORNADO WARNING-means a tornado has actually been sighted or indicated on
radar.



WHEN A TORNADO WATCH IS ANNOUNCED:

1. Keep your radio or television on and listen for the latest Weather Service warnings
and advisories. If power fails, use portable battery radio or your car radio.

2. Keep watching the sky, especially to the south and southwest. (When a tornado
watch is announced during the approach of a hurricane, however, keep in mind
the tornado may move from an easterly direction.)



5.
6.

7.



WHEN A TORNADO WARNING IS ANNOUNCED:

Your best protection is an underground shelter or cave, or a substantial steel-
framed or reinforced concrete building. (If none available, take refuge in other
places as indicated below.)

If your home has no basement, take cover under heavy furniture on the ground
floor in the center part of the house, or in a small room on the ground floor that
is away from outside walls and windows. (As a last resort, go outside to a nearby
ditch, excavation, culvert or ravine.)

Doors and windows on the sides of your house away from the tornado may be
left open to help reduce damage to the building, but stay away from them to avoid
flying debris.

Do not remain in a trailer or a mobile home if a tornado is approaching. Take
cover elsewhere.

Store all loose objects that can be blown around (trash cans, etc.).

If advised that you are likely to be in the path of a tornado, and if time permits,
electricity and fuel lines should be cut off. (LOCAL OFFICIALS NOTE: Before
making announcements on shutting gas valves, check local gas company policy.)

If you are outside in open country, drive away from the tornado's path, at a right
angle to it. If there isn't time to do this — or if you are walking — take cover
and lie flat in the nearest depression, such as a ditch, culvert, excavation, or
ravine.



The National Weather Service issues severe weather
warnings to the public over radio and TV stations.

To know what to do when a tornado is approaching may mean the difference be-
tween life or death. If you see any revolving, funnel-shaped clouds on a cloudy day,
report them by telephone immediately to the local police department, sheriff's office
or Weather Bureau office. But do not use the phone to get information and advice
— depend on radio or TV.

The tornado appears as a rotating, funnel-shaped cloud which extends toward
the ground from the base of a thunder cloud. It varies from gray to black in color.
The tornado spins like a top and may sound like the roaring of an airplane or loco-
motive. These small shortlived storms are the most violent of all atmospheric phen-
omena, and over a small area, the most destructive.



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COLLECTION: REEL CONTENTS

ALABAMA

MICROFILM NUMBER (o) 90/5000 MicRR

White Pages and Yellow Pages for:

CITY: BRYANT (Includes various cities from both
Ala. and Tenn.) JANUARY 1985

THRU

BRYANT (Includes various cities from both
Ala. and Tenn.) JANUARY 1986

(Note: See targets preceding White Pages and Yellow Pages for full listing of cities

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