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December 20, 1985 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 20, 1985 47

Walter and Shirley Cykiert would like to
thank all their family and friends for their
thoughtful contributions, cards, flowers
and baskets during Walter's recent hospi-
tal stay and recovery.


Winter Vacation Tips
For A Safe Trip

For many Detroiters getting
ready for their annual winter
vacation means making hotel
reservations, rearranging the
work schedule, and perhaps buy-
ing the latest in resort or cruise
wear. Then the bags are packed,
the doors are locked, and the
vacation begins.
And so does the burglar's
work day.
But careful planning and
common sense can keep that va-
cation you want to remember
from turning into a winter you
would like to forget, according
to officials of the Dictograph Se-
curity Information Bureau.
Here are a few security tips to
consider before packing that last
• The first rule of vacation se-
curity begins before you leave
your home: Don't discuss your
vacation itinerary in public.
That means no sitting around a
bar, restaurant or hair salon
and, in great detail and fervor,
discussing vacation plans. Many
people don't realize that there
may be others listening who
would be very interested in
hearing these specific vacation
• While most of us put ID tags
on our luggage to ensure their
safe arrival, we often com-
promise the safety of our homes
by putting our residential ad-
dresses on our tags. It is a
well-known fact in crime pre-
vention circles that criminals
and their accomplices at airport
baggage areas can pick up this
information and put it to profit-
able use. To avoid this problem,
use a business address on all
luggage tags; if your luggage is
lost and found, it will be re-
turned to the office.
• When you're away on vaca-
tion, try to give your home a -
"lived in" look, this can prevent
some would-be burglars from
knowing your home is unoccu-
pied. Ask neighbors to put trash
in your garbage cans and leave
then in front of your home on
the usual' collection day. Leave a
car in the driveway. Not only
will this give burglars the im-
pression that you are home, but
it can also prevent them from
driving up in a van and carting
away your large possessions.
• Also, make sure to stop your
newspaper and mail delivery
while you're gone. Be sure to set
your timers to turn lights and

other appliances (stereos, televi-
sions, etc.) on and off, preferably
in a random pattern.
• Unless it is absolutely
necessary, it is not advisable to
bring along jewelry or other
valuables on a vacation or
weekend trip. Criminals can
easily steal valuables from
locked glove compartments and
trunks, and they can easily
enter a hotel or motel room in
search of your personal belong-
ings. If you must carry expen-
sive jewelry or large amounts of
cash, make arrangements to use
the hotel safe whenever possi-
• And make sure your car
doesn't say, "I belong to a
tourist!" Keep road maps and
tourbooks in the glove corn-
partment, not on the dashboard.
Don't leave luggage visible on
the back seat or clothing hang-
ing in the back of the car. Put
these items in the trunk when
you leave your car unattended.
• Use traveler's checks. As the
television ads stress, if they
arelost or stolen, your money is
easily recovered. If your credit
cards are lost or stolen, notify
the companies which issued the
cards immediately, even if a
stranger has found the cards
and claims to bc: "returning
them by mail." To aid quick
notification in the event of a
loss or theft, keep a record of all
cards and the phone numbers of
issuing companies.

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Thanks again, Walter

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