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“March of Dimes” Tea & Hair Style Show Sun.
Volume X. ROBBINS, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1962 10th Year—No. 4
Sunday. January 28 from -4
to 7 p.m. the Robbins March
of Dimes Unit will sponsor a
Tea and Hair Style Show at
the Southwest Building of the
Community High School.
This affair, headed by Mrs.
Maple Spearmon, chairman of
Mothers March, will also high
light the work that has been
done in the village by the
Foundation. The families of
polio victims will be introduc
The program under the di
rection of Mrs. Beulah Bell,
will feature many noted artists
and it appears to be one of the
most outstanding of the year.
The Robbins Unit has been
very active 'in the last two
years under the leadership of
Mr. Eugtne Brown, general
chairman. In the recent suc
cessful Candy Day campaign
volunteers raised nearly $175.01
in the one day drive.
The March of Dimes Founda
tion, long noted for its work
with polio is also including re
search into the cause and pre
vention of the crippling dis
eases such as those associated
with birth defects and arthri
Plan now to attend the Tea
and give your donation. Your
Dimes Did It Before and They
Can Do It Again. Please say
“Yes” to the New March oi
United Citizens
to Give 25c Party
The United Citizens Party
is sponsoring a Quarter Party
at the Lake Sidie Inn, 13617
Claire Blvd., Saturday, Feb.
3 from 12:00 noon until. The
ptulblic is welcome.
► —
On Tuesday, Jan. 2 two new
ordinances, ordinance 1 - 1 - 62 J
and ordinance 2-1-62 were
passed toy the Village Board
at the regular meeting.
Ordinance 1-1-62 provides for
the licensing and regulating of
coin - operated dry cleaning
Hey Kids, Movies
at Turner School!
Caribou Trail, starring Ran
dolph Scott plus three cartoons
will be the movie features on
Saturday, January 27 at 1:00
p.m. at the Turner School.
machines which are being in
stalled in laundromats. License
fee for each establishment shall
be $100.00 for each calendar
year or any portion of that
year. An additional fee of
twenty dollars will be char ;d
for each machine.
The establishments shall be
housed in single-story buildings
with concrete floors, with no
part of the ibuilding to be used
as a dwelling.
Prior to opening for opera
tion the premises and plant
shall be inspected by the build
ing commissioner, sanitary and
fire chief of the village.
The law provides that sep
arate areas shall be maintained
for customer service and the
maintenance of machines.
The law prescribes proper
ventilation precautions and the
construction ventilation ■
j An attendant shah be or
j duty at all times < bile the
i business is opened. Any clothes
that still nave the odor ox the
solvent in them must be re
ported to the attendant and a
sign so stating must- be posted
and should advise that said
clothes are dangerous if placed
in enclosed places.
The machines which cannot
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r'lt/i'URc.D ABOVE: John E.
Miller, Geau Chairman, Bewlab
Bell. Clara Trammell, Maurice
Calhoun. Elizabeth Green tta
vie spearmon, Mother Chair
man, Pauline Jones, Grace
Robinson. (Not Shown) Mary
Ward, Eddie Lou Harris. Lu
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cuiua jLU.ker, Vio.et Mauine,
Delores Williams, Lois Rayor
Vivian Wriglh, Yola Moore. ..—

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