Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 23, 1970 · Page 11
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 11

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"On earth peace, good will toward men."Our best wishes to you at Christmas. Village of Forest Park Police Department EDWIN J. ZIEBELL, CHIEF OF POLICE Lt. Lew R. Gcod Lt. Chas. W. Broehl, Jr. Lt. Richard E. Drane Sgt. Fred E. Zimmerman Sgt. Richard Triebes Sgt. Wonnie P. Ross Sgt. Charles Kline PATROLMEN Howard Sawusch Charles Whelpley Don Hinz Gary Doss Robert L. Conklin Harlie Mcrritt Richard A. Brhel Richard G. Cowen John Conklin Albert Tagllola George Webber, Jr. Robert H. Kutak Gary Leisten Nickolas M.'.ffei R-ssell Sonneveld Richard Bisluk William Pates OIV'LIAN PERSONNEL Esther Hardtke Rosemary Kletecka Audrey Fosco Mary Schnurstein Elaine Shields CHRISTMAS GREETINGS May the season shine with warmth, peace and happiness lor you and your family. N. M. Miller Drug Co. Inc. 1221 Roosevelt Road FOREST ?ARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMtv: 23, 1970, PAGE 11 Winter and Holiday Driving Winter and the holidays came in for concerned comments today from Ou'ef of Police Eowin J Ziebell. "T.ie first day of winter on December 21st coincides with the beginning of many Christmas HJiday trips," he said. "But whether you're traveling far afield or driving in town, you must enticipate severe weather." The chief cited recommendations endorsed by the Liternational Association of Chiefs of Police: 1. Avoid severe weather stalls and accidents by having a thorough mechanic's check of your car's safety equipment and performance. 2. Carry emergency equipment in your trunk - sand or rock salt, a shovel, tire chains, Wooster cables, tow chain or strap, flares or other emergency lighting equipment. 3. Use propel' traction aids for prevailing conditions. According to the Committee on Winter Driving Hozards of the National Safety Council, snow tires should be the minimum to replace conventional highway tires. Studded snow tires are preferred for better stopping and traction on ice. Reinforced tire chains are best for severe conditions - both deep snow and glare ice. "Unscrambling traffic tie-ups is the responsibility of our department," Chief Ziebell reminded motorists. "But you must do your part, or our job becomes impossible. If that happens, the entire community and its emergency services suffer." FOREST PARK SAFETY & TRAFFIC COMMISSION Bat Linker BoL Bii John Dunks (jlen DlocK iWrs. John Hemstreet "Sor a Christmas sparkling bright, fresh and merry, we ex/end our sincere wishes to you. We'll do our best, always, to deserve your valued good will May a happy and o peaceful ^ Yule be yours. ^ Laundry g» Cleaners 7408 Harrison St. FO 6-0392 Forest Park Corner Harlem & Washington Oak Park EU 6-0661 The NEWCOMER'S CLUB Christinas CARRY OUT SERVICE 1129 S. HARLEM AVE. Forest Park 771-8447 Jolly Santa conveys our joyful holiday »|> i r i t a n (1 o u r merriest (•reclined. Suburban Auto Const. 7449 Madison Street •

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