SAFE DRIVERS—Six’ drivers at the Norwood Post Office have been awarded Safe Driving Certificates by the National Safety Council. Left io right: Postmaster Sture Nelson hands certificates to Frank A. Jankowski, 14 years; Robert F, Paquette, 11 years; Joseph J. Yenkavitch, 7 years; Albert G. Carpenter, 6 years; John Murphy, Assistant Postmaster, and Warren Smith, foreman of carriers. (Eugene McLean Photo)

Four drivers of Government mail vehicles from the Norwood Post Office were presented Safe Driver Awards by Postmaster Sture Nelson last week for over 500,000 miles of safe driving of mail vehicles without an accident.

The awards are presented by the National Safety Council in cooperation with the Post Office Department and are a special honor for the drivers at the Norwood Post Office.

The following drivers had 526,500 miles of safe driving: Frank A. Jankowski, 14 years without an accident and has driven 200,200 miles; Robert F. Paquette, 11 years without an accident and has driven 157,-300 miles; Joseph J. Yenkavitch, 7 years without an accident and has driven 91,000 miles; Albert Carpenter, 6 years without an accident and has driven 78,000 miles.

Each man received a certificate and a medal for this outstanding accomplishment. Sture Nelson, Postmaster, expressed his pride in the awards as he presented the medals and certificates and conveyed to these faithful employees the praise of the Post Office Department for their outstanding service.



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