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Mid-Summer Bazaar, Robbins Park, Saturday
DIXMOOR_MORGAN PARK_ PHOENIXWEST HARVEY
Volume X. ROBBINS, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1962 10th Year—No. 34
SEMI-CARNIVAL HERE SAT.
The Democratic Club Of
Robbins sponsors a Drawing,
Outing and Semi-Carnival this
Saturday. August 25, 1962, at
the icorner of 137th street and
Turner avenue, adjacent to the
the firehouse, from 2:00 p.m.
until. The public is invited to
attend.
The purpose of this affair is
to raise fundls for the purchase
of playground equipment for
the children of the Village of
Rabbins and the unincorporat
ed area of Worth Township.
To keep children out of miud
holes and streets and) to help
build strong Americans. This
is the goal of the Democratic
Club of Robbins.
The honored guests on this
occasion will be:
Mrs. Beverly Savitt, repre
sentative for Sidney R. Yates.
Hon. Judge Harold W. Mance,
candidate for State Represen
tative from 2nd District.
Hon. Mary Brandt, Commit
teeman of Worth Township.
Mr. James P. Murphy, Pub
licity Chairman of the Young
Democrats of Worth Township.
Hon. David McCoy, President
of Young Democratic Organiza
tion of Worth Township.
Mr. James Jackson. President
of the United Citizens Party of
Robbins, Illinois.
Hon. Harry Clarke, Commit
teeman of Bremen Township
There will be other guests.
Hon. Ernest Maxey. President
of the Village of Robbins, will
be the speaker of the evening.
There will be entertainment
by the Swinging Hearts and
and D.J., Lee J. from Colum
bia Records.
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Prizes Awarded
In the Drawing, first prize
will oe a clock radio; second
prize, an electric blanket, and
third, a set of dishes. There
will also toe a drawing for an
electric clock, hats, shoes and
mfany other useful articles. The
main drawing will start at 9:30
p.m. In the refreshment line
there will toe cold drinks, Bar
B-Q and Fish dinners.
A CORRECTION
First prize for (best decorated
car went to the Fez Cluib of
Pride of Robbins Temple, 915}
Mrs. Nautee MlciCrary, Pres.
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Let’s have a good time at the
Mid-Summer Bazaar, Saturday,
Awgust 25, 1962 from 12 noon
until 8:00 pjm. at the Rabbins
Park Recreation Center, be
tween Emery Lane and Nelson
avenue.Refreshments to include
home-made pies and caikes. hat
dlogs, pop andi ice cream.
Novelties and flowers may
also be obtained to enhance
the beauty of your homes. The
playground equipment ihas been
installed so there will Ibe fun
for all.
This affair is sponsored, top
the Robbins Park Home Own
ers’ Association.
Tigerettes Give Lawn Party
The Tigerettes are giving a
Lawn Party Saturday, August
25t 1962 at 13427 Turner ave.
from 9:00 p.m. until. Bar-be
que andl chicken dinners will
toe sold and delivered.
Ester Chaney, President
Bobbie deLarkins, B. Mg.
DANCE WITH ELIZABETH
One of Roibbins Queen Con
testants will give a danice at
Elks Hall? Friday Aug. 24, 1962
at 8:00 p.m. Come out and give
the little girl a big hand. Have
fun with Elizabeth Moore.
THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB
—Mary Brandt, Committeeman
of Worth Township (center in
picture) presents Ollie Good
man, president of the Demo- I
cratic Club and its members a |
| donatiion toward the purchase
of playground equipment. Pres.
Maxey gives up “Maxey Day"
program to give support to
Playground Equipment pro
gram. Next to Pres. Maxey is
Mr. Wardellas Clark, the newly
Village trustee and Area Chair
man of Young Democrats of
Worth Township in Robbins
and chairman of the Democrat
ic Club of Robbins.

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