London Taxi-Driversí Outing Fund
For Under-privileged Children
I promised you a big night out, but
that night was a "WOW"-everything and everyone seemed to be
there. We limited the number to 850 for the comfort of our patrons,
who must have been well satisfied and no "SIMICHA," no
matter how well organized it is can go without a first-class Band, and
we feel we had the best- our sincere thanks to Joe Loss and Orchestra
for such a swinging time, We are sorry we kept him up until one in the
morning, but I think he enjoyed himself as much as we did.
Our Tombola was a sell-out within a
very short time after the work put it by the committee, and the
quality of the gifts-itís no wonder.
We had a nice surprise in the shape
of Nurse Cavell, led by sister Spooner and two dozen very young, very
sweet, in fact gorgeous nurses from the hospital where the coach is
going to, helped selling raffle tickets and to keep pulses ticking.
Girls, our grateful thanks!
Many thanks to the variety club of
Great Britain for their experience and of their organization, in order
to make our successful choice in placing our coach in the useful and
needed hospital, which is the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children,
Hackney Road, who Iím sure appreciate this dynamic gesture by a
group of hardworking lads with a public spirit in mind.
I did notice an interesting collection of pictures
covering the many facets of our organization.
I would like to thank the TWO RADIO CIRCUITS for the
genuine help and co-operation in fact on behalf of my committee, let
me thank all those who helped voluntarily or bulldozed, to our many
patrons, who we try to cater for Ėour grateful thanks!
There is not one committee I know who is not a little
apprehensive before a big "do," any one can be presumptuous,
with so many factors one has to consider, so itís always an elation
when things go like a BOMB. It is gratifying as body, and
individually, to chalk another success for our organization.