Clipped From The Olney Enterprise
Olney Traffic Safety Drive Is On, Police Secure "School Zone" Sign The nationwide campaign to ' from school, was secured through make October a "safety month" i the State Highway Department in traffic and particularly to stress cautious driving for the sake of schoolchildren, was urged, this week in Olncy. the school area. by Police Chief Wilkirvs. 'Wilkins asked that the public use every caution in driving in ^uv: uiih* w^^r* »,, «...—, T . i - . The national slogan "Give tho j The police chief, too. spoke hildren a Brake!" was cub- briefly at this weeks Lions Children a licized in a Lions Club talk Club mooting- by Othol Mahan. Mahan, in his Uilk, s;jid the He was emphasizing the na-1 safety drive will also be taken tionnl safety di-ivc which has ! . up with othi-r city officials and the endorsement of the National i with tho Crude bchool PFA Congress of P-TA. the National, here. Snfetv Council and the National j He suggested better crossinR ^jtlii; ty v>>WU'<v*t »j«ii.» fc»»». -»»i «••*••—-i --..-,. Association of Police Chiefs. ; Janes be painted for Marking Olney official atten-; streets, as a safety measure, lion to safety 'for school boys i Wilkins. in his talk, asked that and girls was the appcunmcc of ; Olney drivers nay closer " .. ..„!—,,t .,,•,„,. tinn i tention to stopninK ,'it red a school /one sign. at- traf- The marker, palced on Main, fie lights. Street just west of the Gulf I Army Recruiting Sergeant Staton and the Cumberland j Joe Harris was to have shown Presbyteran Church, to warn! safety film reels. But mechanical motorists to keep watchful eye j troubles prevented that part of for youngsters hurryng to or | the slated program materializing.