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BE ALERT! YOUR CHILDREN ARE GOING...
I . flfff/S School Time Is Sale Driving Time mill'll 1 The Child You Save May Be Your Own! STOP and WAIT when school busses are taking on or discharging passengers. More and more children are on the streets a gain — some of them going to school for the first time. Children will be crossing the streets, walking along country joads, waiting for school busses. Children are sometimes unpre 4 dictable, and it is up to drivers, to stay alert and in full command of their vehicles in case an emergency arises. PLEASE drive extra care fully. Give the right of way to school busses Be alert. The children may not see you — be sure you see them! 4 Follow These Rules For Safe Driving . • ’>.•> It v ■- - • Be doubly careful near schools or where children play. Children don't realize the danger and may take chances. That's why you, the driver, must take extra care. • Slow down. Speed is dangerous at any time — doubly dangerous when visibility is cut by rain, fog, or darkness. • Keep lights and windshield wipers in good condition during rainy or snowy weather. You have to see danger to avoid it. • Keep your car in top mechanical condition* Use chains when roads are slippery. • Obey traffic laws. Know the traffic laws wherever you travel and don't break them. • If you drive, don't drink — if you drink# don't drive. Remember, death takes no holi day. • Be a courteous driver. Yield right-of-way# even when it should be yours. It's better to stay alive than to be dead right# v . _ „ / KEEP AL dren walking : the % cilv or on J~ A GIVE RIGHT-OF-WAY to children at cross-walks. Be sure they arrive safely, ^ - i . * * - . v■* 'i - ’ _ s - For Your Childrens Sake, This Page Was Sponsored By The Following: ■■ " . • . .. . .... ,1^ * W. R. Fairchild Construction Co. Hercules Powder Company Petal Western Auto Store Mitchell Curry, Owner Meridian Fertilizer Factory First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Dixie Pine Products Company City Drug Store Burrell C. Young, Owner i Roscoe Moore, Pontiac Your Pontiac Dealer * Stokes Distributing Co. Frank P. Corso, Inc. ... ' /. Hattiesburg Creamery Komp Equipment Company Southeastern Materials Co. Farmers Feed And Grocery Co. Reliance Manufacturing Co. Willmut Gas And Oil Co. Mississippi Central Railroad Co. Petal Water And Sewer Company Gray's Ice Cream Company Singley's Dairy Hattiesburg Savings & Loan Assn. Petal Sinclair Service Station