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Crash Wisdom in Easy Lessons. Four simple" lessons go to make up aeroplane crash: wisdom-stand still, stop smoking rescue the crew, and prevent souveniring. These are four lessons the public should learn now, says the Department of Air bulletin issued on Friday. Some fool with a match or lighter may start a tire which will destroy the plane and the crew it contains; so don't be that fool. When a machine appears about to male a difficult forced landing, mover to the" nearest" fixed opoint. such as fence or a'treeý and stand still. If in doubt, do not' rush about, but wait till it is obvious where the pilot intends to bring her down, and then move straight dut of his line. W?hen a plane has crashed on an aerodrome, some way from the puhlic, leave the matter to the aero drome crash party. Do not. run across the aerodrome. When a plane has crashed on an aerodrome near the public, or away from an aero drome, stop all smutting and try to get the crew out of the machine. When the crash party arrives, stand clear and leave the rest to the ex perts.