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1 Vol. 15, No. 18 REENBELT Publshed Every Thursday By The Green belt GCS Board Vc,t:es To Fx Soda Fountan By Dors Mednck Tle decson to go ahead an<l remodel tht:> fountan area. of the Greenbelt drl!g store came after two hours of dhcusson by the GCS board of drectors at last Frday's meetng. Some members felt the archtect's plan presented at that meetng wa!> not the best possble arrangement, snce t only allowed for 12 stools, wth room for stan dees, though there s room for some expanson. Ben Rosenzweg advocated "a horse-s'hoc foun>tan arrangemenrt" bnt ths wa-s not consdered feas-ble because of a column that supports the celng. Bob Morrow, GCS comptroller, sa1d "f we are concerned about g os~ margns, you c~ t expect to make an-v. suggesrt: yot> lease t out and tave someone else run t." Martn Bckford ff-lt that Morrow's.tat."Tnent!>hould determnt just how much the board shou1d spend 011 :mprovement. Carne larpel mcved tha t "the board approve the plan as presented here tonght and an expt."tl<lture of up to $6500 to purchase Nupme:1t for the fount:aj.n area.., Thf. execut"e commttee, n ts report, stated that t s 'consderng rec(.'mme!)datons ~hat were made a-t the quartedy membershp meetng of November 2." A promoton kt for SJ':.kers who wll a<dress groups n. the Takoma Park Area has been prepared by the GCS offce. The kt contans suggested pr ogram s for evenn~ meetngs, as well as qu.,stons lke- 1- to be en.eoumtered and an5'wers f~r the s~kers, and prnted fonns upon whch the ~k.er records pertnent nformaton gleaned from the meetfl«l'l. Boys' Club Elects Cockll Presdent Off Cockll. flo-g Cres.cent. was elected presd... ~t of the Greenbelt Boys Ch1l> for the forthcomng year at a recent meetng of the dub's >oard of drectors. Cockll, w10 succeeds Merle Frady, has heen actve n Boys' Clab actvte, sne<' ts Organzaton. T:a~ followng offcer W<'rt' also dect.'cl: Lloycl Clay, vce-pre,..,jent Cy,f.., J. Strplug. secret.ary Cal<lwdl Ba1t:r. treaourer. n addton to tle~ ott..:trs, tht: hoar<! of dn:ctor~ Ullls~t.< o Gco:!{<' Eshhaul{h. ~tn e Cum1ng~, Lloyd :tvfac! ~.\ t n.!{uer l f \lwc:y. L..-\. Ll"' \V. \V.!'age and :\lerk F1 ac!y. Ben <,,]dfadt n,..t rye as <"<Hll5elor fo1 tf:c lo( :,l unt. Grl Scout: GHs Ad Alng Chldren A t omhn~d Chr~ tnl~h party \\ a~ hclc bv Grl Scuut t!'.h.>j>s H', ~. H. 129 an~l 49 b.st Mot.day nght n te ba~meut of tht: Communty C11urch wth Revc: cncl Bon~all as the \{Ue,..t o honor. All troops p,.r~cpated n th..: games <.nd carol-sn~ng \'lhle Senor Scouts served lhe rdre~hmtnts and candy can.::~. Every ~cout Lrougbt a galy wrapped gf.t to be forwarded to ho-sptalzed chldrt:n n tm<' or Chrstmas. Reverend Braund joned the party at the close of the el'e-nng. VACATON STARTS FRDAY Chrstmas vacaton for all school chldren wll begn wth the close- of school Frday, December 22. ChldTen wll return to school \Vednesday, }anllary 3, 195!. Chorus Serenades Hosptal Patents Greenbelt's Junm- Chorus, un<er the drecton of Mrs. Lyman \Voodman, san1{ Chrstmas carols Tuesday nght at Leland Mem<>ral Hospttal They hac already serenaded a sck member of the chorus and followed ther sngng wth games and refre~'hments at Mrs. Woodman's home. Heywood Hunt chauffeured the group. The Chorus wll have a recess durng the Chrstmas holdays and resume ts actvtes n January. Woodman Wrtes Hstorcal lovel By Peg Wnegarden.:\fajcyr Lvman L. \Voodman. of 2-D Westway, Greenhelt, has just had hs frq book publs-hed Ly the Xaylor Company, n San Antono, Texas. The b0ok s called "Cortna, Rog!le,,f tl1e Ro Grandt!', and s an account of the most o,trkng, nsolent, darng and elusve Mexcan bandt who ever operated along the muddy waters of the Ro Grandt>_ Major \Voodma.n commented that hs book s a ''h-storcal narr:!. tve" on whch he has been workng n 111-s spare tme for a year pr:or to ts publr.aton. Materal for hs book, whch s ''99% factual", came from the Natonal Archves. the Lbrary of Congress and the Pan-Amercan Unon. Cortna. accordng to publdty releases, had "a long career on the border as solder, bandt, mutderer, cattle thef, mal robber, governor <tnd general n the Mexkan Army". The book covers the Cortna \Var. the sege and capture of BTownsvlle, the arrval of Robert E. Lee and Cortna's retreat and the surrender of the Cor!.federacy and ts effect on Cortna. The W o~dman.s have been Gret.nbdt res-dents snce 1939, wth the excet>tron of the years when Major Woodman '111.'"3-s em act..-c duty n \Vorld \Var. At ).Jrese-nt 'he j.,, edtor of t-he Ar Force Reserve Revew", a month!y puhlcaton of the ~leadquarter~ u the l.". S..\r FGrce. H c does re Ja,Jcc" at tcles, has one n the current tssuc of "The Amerca11 Rlt: man '', wth another scon to appear there. one n "Uur 2\Javy. and L<J" "' erag-c<l about an artcle eyet y ucl..,. mrmth n maga%nc. He ~ act\ e n :111d ha, heen twce prc,rlctjt o the (un Club. n a -'ta'np... nt to the Cooperatot..\ aj.,. \\'n.. d man ::dd ~: " enjr.yt rl the re,cardj and \'.!'1: AN NEWSPAPER OOPERlTO:,'' Cooperatve Publshng Assocaton, nc., 14 Parkway, Gr~nbelt, Maryland Greenbelt, Maryland, Thursday, December F~llfU&lJblbMll&WM.J&, Greetngs! from the 1 Cooperator Staff &~~!a!sk~~~!'!&(~... ~ Chrstas Eve Servce Telewsetl Oa WTOP-TV \.deo Ycwers who tune n on the \_.hrtmas Eve servce beng tdevst d Sunday nght from the \Va9hngton Ca.thedral wll, f they look c ": ~e::ly. :ee a Greenbelter takng part. T :.m Rtche. 37-J Rdge, s a :tnv< n the CatJedral Chor,,, hch wll provde the musc for ~he (']J,.._,mas conrmunon servce. t.':,.annr:l 9. \VTOP-TV, wtll carry the program from l 1:15 p.m. C1rstDas E:e tll 1 a.m. About oe p~ wll a-ttend ~he servce, whch w:ll nclude an ec:clesastcal pr.>ce:o~on and wll be lghted oruy by t}~ous:mds o candle. A specal r\ ler~- wll be n~ed on one of the three cameras to pck up the detal nf the..:eremones n the dm lght. Ths wll be the frs-t tme n hstory that the Chr.9tma.s vgl has l.jeen televsed f om the Cathedral. "Pop" Hears From Santa "Pop. tthe charman of the.'\ :n('rcctn Legon d,-ve for Toys for Tot~, ha:< just receved a cable!,om S:1n ta askng "the fne C'hldren and parents of Greenbelt not to forget to brng or send all the t>:ys they can fnd around 'the house to the Leon home, or let the chldren br.:g t.hem to -the ggantc 'Toys for Tots'' movf' on We<nesrlay at 2:JO p.m. Remember the date, D~cember 27 at 2:30 p.m. \\'!.en Dtervewed. the channan of the local dtve sad: "You know, there are so many mllo~ of war orphan.<: who have nothng n the way of toys,}a hope that everyone n Greenbelt wll d., hs share n ths very worthy campagn. \Ve are very much pleased wth the work n t:1s rt>gard beng carred on by th~ youth organza:t:on and t!1e Jewsh Communty Center." \\. nrd ha~ beer receved from L.'<:on headquarters th:u t wll bt' rnpn-,hle to move the toys untl at<:r Chr,rma.s. <,0 then wll J.,. plen11 ',( r llt~ ttl makt yc,ur donat-. n... Senor Ball J=nale At: Cent:er School T :e 1,. t:e a:n.:tal b,js gv..:n '< ::., - 1: r, o «reenbelt [gh >c::)j! ~, ~ >t ht..:d on Frday. J)ec,,_'-'. t taught lllt' a lot ah,mt '"'' dton, on tlte Tt xas Border n : c ~t:"'.!.!.,t the Crt cnbelt!::emen._,ry l.'arlr year~, ~r j ur conn try. and :: ~ -'t' andt<jrunl at 9 p.m. :~J\,:!cl~ t,, tlj. Dall have already.l~:t\"e t111~ jn(rrnlat(jl about, ~~lr l, f \.\"ar n the,,,nthwc~t a--l( ::,,..., t n -e:1: :,.> nwmh.:r o bcth the 't n\_~r.:.t11d at:, mpted.uhj:~gaton of \lt x:,-,' r:e junor ~... la_-,.s. rj1e a.~..~ \1 hc-!1 n,t rlo>c'sl:t, how 1.1p n r:"' ::l:y. and t::e alumn:. The class on.-ua: h~tory text hooks. :,-l'r -.. n nv un the cumntttccs are --c,,rtna,tartl'd unt to be a rn::.. t.'h~rlt:, 1-\:an-:, Presdent James,, ne artcle: th.., re.:ea reb prod l!ct. rl Brc mjej, \"ce Presde1~t :.\ar: '" much nl<'h qng mteral that the :\eher. Secretary and Jerry Fedorchek. Trea~~rer. 1r~l Jt just gr",\ to tttje :), 'l,!.: ~:~c. Havng about 35,000 \\"(,rd. T:.,..:commttee or the dccorato" t s not nll nn ~ l lengt:!j--whc:, ' the audt,,run~ has transformed :s around 50,000-tJ'J.OOO wurd. t the aud:orum nto a Chrsmas cpuld have heen expanded. 'ut 'ce::e wtr1 a tree, holly, and st:-e!3.mprderred to avod paddng. :\ a.-r,. Tne names of all the senors re~ult, have << story wtl practcally uo ''truth or lost moton. to g\c t a wntry appearance. wll lw 'n the v. al!s n mtaton -no\\ ''The book may be purcha~~<l TJt 1arenh of the senors have rom or ordt red through Brcntanc: ~ al Prm'cul to make donuts. cake..::. f'entag0n store.'' 'c..,!. t:', or pes or ther contrbu ~un.'. HEALTH eunc OPEN The Pubc Heath Department wt: be open durng the Chrstmas' hofdays, accordto Cty ~lana.!e~ CharlC's T. ).lc Donald. Regu!ar clnc hours wll preval on Tuesday, Dt c.ember 26. l"he Chrstmas Seal Chldren and adults alke know countless tores coanected wth the Chrstmas season, some of th~m recct~t but most of them handed L!c wn thro1<gh the years. As one m:.ght expe :t, many of the stores ha" e to do wth kndness, ::ompa.s :on, or generosty, or a combnatcn of the three. Take the story of the frst Chrstm~c-s Seal, for example-a humane :do a that took root and has heped save mllolls of lves through provcj.ng the means to fght a dread d..ease, tubt~rculoss. The story begns n Denmark on Chrstmas Fve of 1903, wth a Dansh postal Clerk workng late at hs job of sor!ug mal. As the clerk g1am ed at hundreds of cance1led s ta tnps carrytng Chrstmas greetngs, t occurn d to hun that Chrstmas stamps mght do more than ust carr.v go'od wshes. There cot]d be a. specal stamp a.t Chrstma > tnne to rase fun<ls to help the needy scc. The Dan~.oh kng cnthus)astcally apf.nncd the postal derk's dea and such a stam-o was sold n Denma:. k n 1904 ~d the money used to :1elp tuberculous chldren. The great Dansh-Amercan phlamhropst, Jacob R!:>, wrote a.n artcle n 1907 about the Danrsh Seal and urged that somerhng smlar be done n Amerca to rase unds to fght tuberculoss, then the leadng cause of death. H-s artcle was r..-ad by Emly Bssel l, a.1k-jaware welfare worker who :recall(d ll a uw mon.tl119 later when she was asl«d to rase money for the care,,f 'S(lme needy tubercuous patents. Ac.&utJ on Mr. R1s's suggeston,.m~~ B~ll desgned a Seal and put on a Chrstmas Seal Sale n Uel:J.ware durng the Chrstmas seas.on of 1~07. The people resp<mded add Mss BsSJell rase<'. ten tme> the amount for whch she had hoped. The fohowng year, 1908, the Chr<>tmas Sc-tl Sale was natcnwde and ha!> been ever sn..::e. Tr e Chrstmas Seal Sale -s cond uct d by th::: 3,000 voluntary ass-ol at< n:> affl:.tted wt-h the ::'\atonal T.tbt rcnlo~s.\ssocaton. Proceeds nj!'" e.ale ar.? the sole suppnr,t,_,( tc :\TA and t~ aftlates. These a~,o aton-. arc conductng yearr<~:tnd PH'l!carns o educaton, case l :nlr.g, n nab1.taton, and medcal re,ea ch drec.-d agarlst tuberculoss, whclt klls more people n the UntEd States th~n all other nfectous dseases combned. <._t.. Jerou" :' Jpport o the 1950 \. hr~tma, Seal Sale, whch openc<.'\'uvcmber 20 and wll contnue untl Chr~tmas,,-.. ll enable the~e a~ _,ocaton t') contnue ther attack,gan >t tuberculoss next year a.nd wll brng close the day when tuhercno~- wll he hronght under cr.on1p ete cc,ntrol. Wll Sng Chrstmas Carols Young people of Comnatnty Chunh wll sng c:trols Chrstmao Ev~ tom 7 p.m. Refreshments wll be served later at the home o :.\ss.\nn ~mt!...j-h Southway. The group wll jon the Greenbelt Band n ~ne of the locatons. All Greenbelt Ncht wll be Januar')' 2:7. Reserve ths date to have your famly see the show of shows.,1'" Fve cents led Feather Capap Although aj other channels ar.: stl open for gfts from th"lse who wsh to help meet human needs through our Red Feather aget1ce!' n 1951, am glad to revew brefly t!e Specal Emergency Telephon.: -Campagn whch has ju51t ended. The ::\ratonal Captal Area Cam-. pagn wll contnue untl all '-Vorker~ complete ther assgnments and many more people have an oppor-, tuntv to subscrbe. The- 5-pecat telephcmc network centerng n :MFtrop<'ltan 6262 was dscontnuerl at md-nght Sunday nght after operatng eght day!.> eghteen hours a day. ''he-se cah~ served to spearhea< a Chr.stma-: season acceleraton n. the eampa{ll ' whch COUJd nel'et have been mantaned wthout them. Popularzng.\fEtropolta."l 6262 as the Red Featler r.umber brought n new donors. s tmulated re-canva:ss o employees by several large establshments, and prompted m~ny n<vdnajso to ncrease pledge..- alq!ady made. :More than $85,000 \\-.s recevc1 rcm an 'sources, ncludng the telephont! ple(lges, durng' th-t.:jose eght tays. Ths means that nearly addtonal J:ersons may turn hoj~e~ fully to the Re<l Feather :ogence>' for help n Our leep apprecaton goes to tht' communty-at-large or al1 tbe fne coop(taton receved by the Campagn Comntt«. Specal thank" should be accor<fed: To the approxn1ate!y 335,000 donor.s wh9 have subscrbed $3,457." 000 up t~. Sunday, Dd:ember 17. To near~ 20,000 vujunte~ WtJ!rk> er!f, many cf whom are stjj o.n the job. " To members- of Wa-shngton Traffc Dvson No. 50," COlJlDluncaton. Workers of A-merca, C..O. who ~lunteered to a116wer ca.us on ME 6?62 from 6 a.m. to mdnght. To the uc"lllo"spape-n, rajo and televson statons, and other me-,, da of communcaton Whose exc traord-nary cooperaton madoe possbre the fnal telephoj>je appeal a.rd the. ll>terpretaton of the entre qunpag11. To the d'eoted o.-ta& of tb.: Ghest Federaton, member Chest organzatons, and many Red Feather agences -- all of whom are stll aval:tble to answe:- nqurf!s, n ther re~pectve offces. and to r-eceve gfts.. Even f the total campagn recepts pars $3,500,000 early ne:t year, we shah stll lack about $15V, OOO of the $4,260,000 goal, or the resourr~~ to care f<r 50,()(){) addtom~j people n ths gronp wll be many membt r,., of the Armed- l'orces and ther \"'Jles 0r who~' $231,{1()() '' (':-tr-markc-<1 n t'h: ca1npagn. Ther. needs o-r hosptalty and counselng wll ncrea-e gn-atly n vew'. the 'ce-sdent - pr.lclar.taton on t!1e nato.mal enh:rgencv. Hen, e. n1y tna: wurd rhe oppor.: tunty to make the l'j51 Red Featht-r Campagn a. :onplete, su:::ccc =~ stll before.~ome. 100,000 ganully employed resdents of the Nator..al Capta! Area who have as y.:t made ao contrbttton~..t:.an only leave on ther hear!!< and cm,cences the re~.>on Wtly ths appeal has thus ar faled' c, wn ther support. \Vhat they gve wll make the dtlere-nce. Snhscrpton,_ by telephone (wt!- r~angements. for pck-ups h:y 'lll.orker:. when requ'!sted) or by mal ~n be made. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daly at Communty Chest and Planmng Counc! of Pr:t.eE George's County, th Stree. }ft. Rar.e{', :Md. Phone UN'-o.n OJJZ. HUGH DUFFELD, Gener-al Channa..J.

2 GREENBELT COOPERATOR AN NDE~ENDENT NEWSPAPER OUR PURPOSE: 1. To report Greenbelt news fully, farly and accurately. 2. ro serve the best nterests of the cooperatve movement. Harry M. Znbkoff, Edtor Peggy Wnegarden, Actng News Edtor E. Don Bullon, Sam Fox, Bll Goddard, Mram Johnson, Peggy Markfeld. Dors Asbell Mednck, Dorothy McGee, Bll Mrabella, Lydalu Palmer, sadore Parker, Eleanor Rtche, Molle S. Reuben, Amee Slye. Mnry Jane Zust, Mary D. Henry, Ora Donoghue. Ray B. Goddard, Busness Manager Sdney Spnodel, phone 6346 Sona Garn, phone 4706 AdvertsnK Representatve Subscrpton Manager Joe O'Nell, phone 4657 Crculaton Mauager The Greer.belt Cooperator s publshed every Thursday by the Greenbelt Cooperatve Pub. Ass'n., nc., 14 Parkway, Greenbelt, Md., a nonproft organzaton. Produced by a volunteer staf snce November, Subscrpton rate, $1.50 per year by mal. Delvered free n Greenbelt. Advertsng may be submtted by mal or delvered to the Greenbelt Tobacco Store or The Cooperator Offce, phone Greenbelt Edtoral offces open atfter 8:30p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays. and Wednesdays. News d~>adlne 10:30 p.m. of the Tuesday precedng publcaton. Vol. 15 Thursday, December 21, 1950 No. 18 ~ergency Once agan, Chrstmas fnds us faced wth a natonal emergency. The grave mltary cnss n Korea and the threat of a thrd world war..:onfront th~ people of ths country wth one of the most perlous stuatons n our hstory. Now, perhaps more than at any tme n the past, the need s for steady nerves, for calmness of judgment and frmness of acdon and, above all, unty n our determnaton to preserve our natonal ntegrty and our way of lfe aganst any attack. As ths s wrtten our solders, marnes and armen n Korea and the fghtng men of other members of the Unted Natons are fallng back before the overwhelmng weght of: the Chnese communst attack. Ths onslaught was 'aunched treacherously and wth reckless dsregard of the consequences to Chna and the world. The present mltary conflat, wth ts omnous forebodngs, has presented ths country wth a problem whch s completely new n our mltary experence. For the frst tme, we face the fact that our enemes, actual and potenta:, are superor n manpower to us and our dependable alles. The stuaton was just the reverse of ths n the past wars. Then the Western powers had men n abundance, and the prmary problem was tc fnd tme to equp and tran and harden them for the fnal grand assault on the enemy. n the Worl.d War, ndeed, Alled superorty n ths feld was tremendous. Look at the stuaton nuw. Russa alone has about the equvalent populaton of the Unted _States,.England, Canada and Australa combned.. No one knows, FF'. prec~sely hovl many Chnese there a.'c: but the fl.[{ure L: somevhere n the ncg)bor:!:wcd of ,000, and the brth ra~? s.l:uge..., For pany years tl:cre }u~s been an c:_)tmstc t~1eory that.no one, the Communsts ncluded, could org::mze Chna, and crca te n Chna a really effectve r::-tltary forr:e. The tcrrhle trend of ever.b-' has CP-rtanly demonst:.rat ::d the danger c f stll holdng to that theory. Mao s ~n a 1 :1e res-,mrcefpl man. t s proba0le that :. : ' he has. done - ore than any other Chnc-:k ruler to suppn. ss the de '1:JllX~tng offc! corrupton that charc:t:-:lcj 1zed Chnese g'j..-ernments of the past. He has explotej to the full Chna's old hatred and qstn:st of the West. He has made t abundantly clear, ~' hs.acts.and pronouncements n1ean anythng at all. hat l:c s ~ ~!dly an,cl 'wthout reservaton on the sde of Russa n ~bev:orld struggle. And he has bult an. army that no nformed man dare to rc ~ard wth contempt. The mltary outcome n Korea s not yet clear, but our gal- 1ant men already have suffered Eevere reversals and heart:rcakng losses. A wave of anger, tnged wth apprehenson for the future, has swept the country. But our actons now must not sprng :from motves of ar1ger or fear. The Presdent made plan that t would n~)t be an easy task b reach and mantan the :mltary strength we may nc ed. ~nd he also mad~ t clear that n addton to strengthenng our own defenses, we must contnue to work wh other fr ~e natons n the struggle aganst communsm. He sad: <lve mnst reman frm n o1u commtment to the L"nted Natons. That s the only way out of un endless crcle of force a.n : retalaton, 1olence and war- whch wll carry the human race back to the dark ages f t s not stopped." ~4- By Sarah Gelberg Ths year, as. the gala Holday se'lson s beng ushered n, our ::rjm~s and our hearts are strugglng tc p:.~t 3Sde, only momentarly, our present-day fears for world securty and humanty's ultmate survval. T!ls s a wonderful country whch!>'j!!'e of us ha.re been bom nto, and whch others have adopted by choce. Let us offer a hope and a prayer that whatever the future holrs n :tore for us. our fath n God, n ourselves, and n each other, wll not falter..-\ :c, bcky peolle J:a, e alrear!y rccl' n: l t:er Chrtmas gft::: an,'< ll.. 13,,z_ ],a]l\ boy. Robert \\'l a.,~. '-' :J.- r: :cy~ n~ ~lr. and ~ln. L. 1~. ])a\ ~. lj- F S(:>uthway Roa l, ~t::d ther ch:t 'r:2n. ~chael. fye. r x,. and one-half. on ~=--:-rl!_\, l)c~._._ t~1- Jer 13..:-.r,-. «:.rl )[r< Rchard L \Yade, _:_! l.a1,rd 1:'11 Rr,ad, and ther thr,-c,:'.'~c:1 :, ceyec a 7!h.. 13 x ',,',, :.:rl!elen Cecla, from u,ct,,,-, H -p::d JJl 5un-:~ly, Dcc ~_.::1.1t:r ~n. -r,, \ : r,-:::1:,, Day s t:1c,ec: r ::.J '' n'1!a-',,[ C1.rr. Hur-t. 9-K ~~.._:.. : \Y~tY < <ul. \Yho rt:cl'\ erl -t.n.~ 1> ~...,.-:. ha : ljr,)ther un Th ur:-. 'a. Jo,,:, :nlcr 7. The gft wll a],,,.c,'.ue-l wth bg brother l<.-ky. j, t:r _, ecr, old..\ (,,, c :J!,,_ 't Card l lub. ccnpr-_:_ t 1 (Jt. ~qq.~,. x1nately thrtt:t n \VUll,.. n. lar] a l.,,, -tntas party at the h -:ne.f.\rs. Leroy F. Roct. Jr...2-:\ La-t''."'. Road. 011 ~onday l\ l'nnt:", Dcc.emher 18. \[r". :'am :'c1wmmer. 45-S Rdge l'<>a.j. ttd,la"ghter. Susan. arc p!:m,j,~ a trp to Xew York cr _,, WcTk-< n.] to attend the weddn~,-.j.\f.r--. Schwmn1er'5 cousn. and t,-j_,:t l1er amly. )lr. and ~rs. :', Lwnnul'r are the wnners of the turkl \' raftll',r... n::ored by the Co ''P.\'ur~c- y School. The turkey,. :J he: dr.,:<<_, d by G.CS. :'<fl'. and.\[r- Rchard Taylor :t: r! " 11~..,_R ]{dg-e Rr~ad. art l:.a-, :nc r r )la111 and pont ~outh,,n Fr:d~~Y~ ~ ),..:cetuber 21. rhe).., :11 '-t \L Tayl. r.~ att.-1 'lwl ( h! '11L --: ) r- "' the "atn!1y. a!lr_: \..-: rt.t:r!. _f,nt~ary 7~ [ :t:.: \lr-. Grftt1 \f. Rck' :,--! ::!ljl:,-. 1''-:1! H:ll-dc!.:,,ad. an: :~..-:.::\ ::1(! c ~n t_ t«l!. ~t. t_jn rl~ur~~lt,. ]). 1.::1~! :!" _2, ~.>l'y :':L"C Pl J\-11Jg t- ) t : :t ~:tj, ut ( ~:trd(t:~. ~:\ e~ :--:.prn..?:..\1.:::.! ~_.. - :u :'~- an:~ul. 3-T~ l.. 'jcl~~~ 1~, =1.-'!,,-,,.,. h:-~ txrl Ler tl::~ :,rthda~ /:: : _\ r-... :..!,., ~... ~-~ C' r\.>_ rt :-.~ (:!., t'1(:\ ~_ :1 t' (_q-,_. at ': _\ j.1- f :~ q Frday. })L,_.~.::'!.H )!'..\.t ~.\. a.. >"Jt~c _ -:-: ":1 ~:,t: : :.., : r: :.lh] :, :t.t D~.. th-- _::.t1a \..... ~ ~!!... p : ~. \ 1 _\ < J! By P. Markfeld Tl~e Student Conndl of Greenbelt H rgl took charge of the doll ccllecton at the school for Bll l l erson's "Doll House". A large number 0f dolls were collected an,! tl1ese \\ e e taken to Bll Herson yesterday The 4-H Club s takng up a collecton of food, toys and clothes whch wll be gven to needy famles n the Greenbelt area. The co'!cert gven by the Madrg-al Chr-'rlls and the Greenbelt Bancl 'ast week was a huge success. The hand pn, er.tcd Dana Garrett, band drector. wth a ~<ft n recognton o! h' -<": vce:- tc= them durng the pa~t \'ear. The cchool regrets the loss of two faculty members. Davd Young and Mrs. Maranna Keene are leavng the s.ch0ol. Young wll probbly go nto Red Cross work. The 7th anrl 8th grades held ther Chr-tma'- a3s~mb :v Tuesday and featured tl..: sngng of the ~fadrga Chnr :". The assembly ndudc d other entertanment, one of whch w.ts a "drunk'' mpersonatr,n hy c :-tck Gourle of the r>oem <'\ght E:efore Chrs.tmas." - Ass5ta::t Superntendent of Schools Schmdt has announced that clos[ng of schools for emergency reasons wll be anno~nced on the f>llowng rado statons at 7:30 n the mornng or as close to ~hat hou:~ as possble Rado Statzons WTOP, WWDC, WNX, WGA Y, WMAL. WRC, WOL and 'WNAV. Center School chldren are enj0yng- a f.uy Chrstmas schedule th." week. The prmary grades are pre:-ent!n,,- ther <.nnual Chrstmas entertan:!1t'nt on \\'ednesday, Dece:J~ber =o. a1!d the ntermedate grad:'s en Tue.oclay, Decl'mbtr 19. Tl1e Center Schor,l PTA s ~r>otl ~'rn~ a puppet show whch w! he :.:, en bv :\Tr". Carl:>on of Eethe~da..\ a ry b n d. :.Jr.. C a rson s we 11 Lnn,._ n cr her nterestng and cr,joru! ~'lr>['l't :how<.. T\~-o cntrelv,l.lt"t rr~~t ~h~-~\v. \':11 he!..!ycn,,~, -~ ::l'r~ ]z,:. Dect'mber 21 :'one f~)j' )],. pr:":tr~- anrl a:1ot!1cr for the- ntl rnler!zt :c ::{ra<1cs. The. Co-op Trpe Rch Bread s too good to be called "bread", "whhe bread'', or enrched' bread" accorc!ng to the present stand of the Food and Drug admnstraton. Comws,,:.ner Dunbar of F.D.A. uow propo-:e>' to hold hearngs.::m hgh proten breads to create a new. ~pecal categ-ory for breads too good to be ncluded n the s~andards just agreed on. Cooperatves oppose ths procedjre for three reasons. 1. t freezes stan,lard" for ordnary bread and does not permt bakers t'j mprove the food value of ther product. 2. t removes the McKay trplerch formula from the market of the 9So/r c>f the people who buy only "regular" breads 3. t may take several y.ars to formulate new standards. Co-op Trple Rch bread has more soy lour. (6 percent),.{heat gran (2 percent) athl mlk soljs (g percent) than specfed and therefore cannot be shpped n nter~ta.te cmnmercc. Smth's Bakery n Taneytown, 1\f d. now supples us wth ths bread under "Smth's P.V.M." label, however, so that we can cont-nue to supply :the many patrons who buy t regularly n Greenbdt. A card from Palo Alto, Calforna, nvtes us to celebrate wth the Palo Alto Co-op the openng of ts Prescrpton Pharmacy and the frst self-servce drug store n Palo Alto. The Palo Alto Co-op operates one of the very successful Co-op supermarkets on tthe \Vest Coast. They also nvte us to vst the new <U'lrters of the nsurance Department and Credt Unon next to the market. J< A letter just receved frot1 the Credt Manager of Southe n Stat~s Cooperat, e states ''Enclosed s ynur note for $15,000 marked pad. '.\ce apprecate very much the way yon handled the payments on ths n0te." Southern States loaned u.s $15,000 (ll ~arch 9, 1948 to be apple:: toward the cos.t of remodellno- our S~n ce Staton. Pavment,as to h<> ma~e at th<> rate ~f l.lc per gal!on o gasolne purchased from them. At the rate of sales at that tme.. t wonlcl 'have taken n~ over ) yc-ars to pay off ths note. The enhu~astc re~rfcnse of the \Y,:atl, r pcp, 1ttn!.!, <lpper cla~" town to the mprn, cm-:nts n1ac!e' to <:',!r.!ro n!,-.,m tc1e Cent:r School tllc s,taton 'Peeded up the sched,, dl,_::1g t 11,-~tmas carol. n the n!p. Coop members. have coop~rat,_. nt<-r. n~ hj:>1y :1 t.hc Food Store. erl by b11~ n'-!:.:tll ther g asolne from Last week the Center School and ''"r statnn.»er:ce!'.taton emlvfrs. Elza~eth Fugtt, prncpal, plr)::ces have cooperat< d bv brngwere hosts to vstors from Anr,1e ng n much new busness ~Y!th the."\runde: County. Guests ncluded eftccnt sc n cf" the,- arc offcrnothe supervsor, prncpals and tea- anrl gallo~:tc!c- has d~ubled.. ""' ch~rs fro~ the ccunty. The vst- Greenbelt Co:Bumer Servces, nc. ors 'Nere much nterested n the ~,..""".,_,..,,c~. :~!c.,oc - - ~e-:oc:..::ev.-.,. p:-ogress beng made by the stu-!_ Mu'Jr y ~s""rb '~{".Trt rr 'l rlents. ther work plannng, and by 0 :he fact that the chldren actuauy ~: TOwer 9669 r: :.: '' --,_ \ L,ur-.-1! 1 ll harl g0o<~ reasons for beng n ~: Wshes all our '-' 1._., :, "'''! :. t:r~'' bnh- school. They expressed approval ~! Frends and Patrons 1 ::-'.. :1 ~ ~ r/',~,:~. "'1\ th a part\ fo-- ('f the conferences arranged be- ~~ A. ll.ferry Chrstmas tween parent and teacher and ~ and ~ '_:l::'.t : t'~<' t'.l..s. l L ~t- whle tourng the dfferent' class-.~.~ Happy New Year j 1-1 ':>rc:- ' >1 :,,t :-:1mda, " a, th: reams, n1af1e mento!!. of the fact e, \"T. ~ -:: "'"f ' r-una< L<tr l' h_. ~h t th h'ld ~ rve Wll be closed ~ ~ a.e c 1 ren were really learn- "-2 J:-:'. J, >- \\... n krul Yucl'~ mg to read. :~Chrstmas & New Year's Day~,. ~~~~.oec~~~~~~~~tr"~.. r. 4" ~ 4" 4'-...,:n-...cr.~~-.q-.-.q-...q,. ~~- ~ :::,:,7~r~~:~~~~-:s l t Flowe~~~.\'EW YEAR t ~ ~ :~ ~ COMPLETE FLORAL ~ ' SERVCE NOW N THE CO-OP FOOD STORE ~ ~ ~ ~ Lovely Ponsettas ~ D. ~ from $2.00 t 'Y P. CALDWELL ~ ~.(,.,L W.\:'H:'G ::\ACH!\"E ~ ::-LR\CE -~ 4" 4'- j-.-~-~~..!?~.q-~~1. ~.Q~ <Q'>«o~~:»<...?><.~=Q>><Q~.-.~~O'>Cb>...O:><O~~~'>cc~ 1.

3 MOWATT MEMORAL METHODST CHURCH Phone SHepherd 0035 Thursday, December 21 - Regular chor rehearsal n the church, g p.m. All members are urged to be present. Saturday, December 23 - Chrstmas entertanment n the Church at 7:30 p.m. promptly. The pr-ogram wll be a varaton from OUT' usual program at Chrstmas tme. There wll be carol sngng by all two short and very approprate moves and of course Santa Claus. Ths s an nvtato.n to one and all. Come brng your chldren and frends. Sunday, December 24 - Sun-day School, 8:45 and 9:45 a.m. Worshp ervce, 11 a.m. Sermon A Chrstmas Me&!>age. Annual Chrstmas offerng to our Methodst Homes for chldr~n. They have no other means of support except the offerng of the people of the Baltmore Conference. \Ve must not fal them. T~1e Fdels clas's wll not meet ths week. Wednesd:,.y, December 27 - The Frendshp Bble clas<s wll have ts annual Chrstmas party. The place wll be nnottnced n our church bulletn. A very merry Chrstm:11s, a happy a nd a prosperous New Year s our wsh to all. HEBREW SERVCES Greenbelt 3593 Morrs Sandhaus, Ra1: b: Frday, December 22 - Candelghtng, 4:12 p.m. Porton of the week - ''Vay~ch". Servces wll not he held at the Commun ty Center Buldng ths week. C 0 N'l\1 U ~J T Y C H U R C H PROTESTANT Mnsters: Eqward H. Bonsall, Jr. Er..: T. Braund Church phone 7931 Thut sday, December 21-7 p.m., Jont rehcar~a! of St. Cecla anc Closter Chors. Frday, December 22-1:1 p.n,., Annual Chr5t1na s program o the upper Church School. Play, wth musc, "Chors n Bethlehem'', presented hv member. of the Church School, ~v th the St. Cecla and C!oster Chors, followed by Chrstma s carols n the Socal Hall. For all members of the Church School dtwor age and older, w}t.h ther P<l.re-nts, and ncludng adult classes). t should be carefully noted that all lghts n the church wll he turned out at 8 p.m. when the play starts, and everyone must he seated befot e that tme. Satunlav, Deccnber 23-3 p.m., l'rmar~. Departmen1t Chrstmas party and Carol Sng n the Socal Hall. For ALL Prmary chld ren and parents. Sunday, Dec~mber 24-8:45 anc 11 a.m., Mornng worshp. Mr. Braund wll preach. Sermon topc: "Call Hs Name Jesus", 8:45 and 1! a.m., Church School for nursery, begnners and prmary. 9:50 a.m., Church School for Junor Dept., J un Jr ', Senor, College and adult.?\ote: The nu!"sery department at both R:45 and 11 a.m. wll J,ave ther Chrstmas carols ajt ther reguar meetng.place n the Church Offce: parents a,re nvted. 7 p.m., Young people of the church wll go Chrstma s carollng, follownl5 whkh they wll go to Ann Sm th 's for refreshm.ents. 11 p.m., Chrstmas Eve Holy Communon. l\!:.~sc hy combned chors. Ren pton of new members..1\f on day, Decem her 25 - Chr~.tmas Day, 10 to 10:30 a.m., Chrstmas mornng devotons. M: ~ Braund and Mr. Bonsall. Gft~ for Gl~nn Dale s hould be \\'rapped n Chrstma~s wrappngs -and mav he brought to any of the Chr~tns partes or to the sen ce on Chrstmas Day. For detals of gfts. call Mrs. Harold F. Hulendck, 7026, or Mrs. John H. Elcler, ST. HUGH'S CATHOLC CHURCH Rev. Vctor J. Dowgallo, Paator Greenbelt 5911 Sunday Mas-se-s: 7:30, 8:30, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Chrstmas Schedule:- Confesson: Saturday, December 23 (fast day): 3 to 5:30 p.m. and 7 to 9:.30, wth a vstng prest as.s:>tng. Sunday afternoon, December 24: 3 to.5 p.m. and 7 to 8. On Saturday, Decem ''ber 30, Confessons wll be heard from 3:30 to 5:30 and 7 to 9:30p.m. Masses on Chrstmas: H:tgh ~lass at ~dnght, for a.ults only. Chrstmas Day and New Year's Day: :30, R:30, 9 30 and 11 a.m. GREENBELT LUTHERAN CHURCH Edwn E. Pep1ow, Pastor Phone WArfeld 0942 Thursday, December 21 - Trnty Chrstan Day School Pageant, 7 :3) p.m. Suu-day, December 24 - Sunday School and Adult Bble ClaScs, 9:43 a.m. Regular Servces, 11 a.m. Sunday School Chrstmas Pr-ogr<>m, 4:30 p.m. Chrstmas EYe Candlelght Servces, Hyatt,vlle. 9 p.m M t. Raner, 10 p.m., LandoYt~r Hlls, 10 p.m. Chrs tmas Day, Servces: Bowe, H.aner, 10 a.m. 10 a.m. \V ednesday, December 27 - Th~ Lyda Guld wll meet at the hrm1f: of 1\fr:'. Lytnan Henderson, 4701) 40th Avenue. December 25-3:45 a.m. ~1t. Lanrl<ver Hlls, The Nursery School Helps Parents Do A Better Job (Thrd of three artcles on the Nursery School) To s-ome <"X:.cJt, eacl! chld fjo'c.' a proljcnl r,r t!1e nnrsery schoc,j teacher. Eacl1 chld s a p~ocl:jct of 1s hereclta y prtent:a!te~. ph~ wh:.t the atttude~,.f h~ p2yvl t, anrj t:l(' atn1u-..p]<:r(' (Jf h~ l :lh: J,a, c done to hom ~:1~ce :nan ::. l'lrental cl~:. plnc nay be,,.. :--:tr!ct. to<j ax. t>r ::-.:nply r...'tjll..t1:~t rl. Ton, a cltlcl wll uncronscot::<ly reflect the ea1 and \\ eakjlc'' '"" o h~ parent>'. (n the other ':a~jd l'c' s mot e lkely tc. grrnv ntr, a. qabk lndlvdnal f he : ( c1' -:,:,.-c,_:r-c ~L:.:] l.appy n a,talle. happy home:. The chld \\'ho,eeks n :o~.ura:jc~ ~tnd loyc hy ndulgng n an:1--:- J ca1 at.tc :Jt n gettng hehn,:or ncc ds patent. fnn correctc.n t >g<:lher \Yth t1c < n1nat{1!l (,- t~ll' conclt::>ns whch ustered the :. 'ecurty n the f1rq place. The OVC'rly-~h', quet. rt:5( r\ ed c}:'l ll'.'c<ls hej,p n ganng sel-:oj:tdence a11d!11 l<:arnn~ ll(j\\' t J g( ~ a,ng wtn other chldn:n r.n.,,1 tqnal bass. The nur~ery schrol te:tcher can amtlyze each chld objectyely n a manner n whch h~ parc1tt~ are often ncapable of dong. Acf<:l hy the teacher to gude each nd, dual chld ntr-, more de~rahle bcha\ or s very benefcal, and dealh the parelllt <.ltould he e<>nsulated anrl asked to handle the chld the,ame way at home. n ths way the chld gans the most, both n school anr. n that perhaps the parent ha~ a new, sympathetc understandng of hm. Tacklng lttle qurk: n our chldren at ths early age s a ar "maller task than t wll be n a ter years when the pr(jblen1 may gro,w to serous proportons. The keynote of control n the modern nursery s patence. cnt' "stency, and an abdng frenctly sncere nterest n each ch,ld. whch awakens u hm a surprt<cngly enthusastc response. A map sale. '<pon<ored b) the, G1 eenhclt C0operatve -'urserv School. wll t<tke plac(' Saturda'.:, Dectmher 23. n the ar~a,,f the Co, P Food Stc- re. Tl.ese maps, f Greenbelt 111\'asur(' 10 by 13 nchc~ <md slow all the courts. n.ad~. lanrlmarks and 18 publc huldmo:. The orgnal ll!ap was dra,,vn hy :\1rs. L. Grana.haJ! n 1944, and ha' been rev~<' l and brought up-t,_ date throt:,?h The prce twenty-tn~ cn't'' an<! t 1 1c proceed- go to the uursery ~chool fm,d. CUB SCOUT PACK 202 Cub Sco1t Pack 202 held ther Decemher p.ack meetng and Chrstmas party last Frday evenng n the Communty Church basement. Santa Claus CMr. H. 0. Baley) was there to dstrbute presents and candy canes. Pack fathers provded a fne pne tree whch was decorated by the cubs. The C1rstmas lghts used for the occaso::1 were donated to the Communty Church n apprecaton or the us-.: o the basement. Re\ erend Braund welcomed the c.1bs a" one of the organzatons ~ponsvred by hs church and Mr. Haward Hunt, Communty Commsso'1er of Scoutng, also spoke. Cbarma.t Horgy nvted the cubs tv select and cut ther own Chrstmas tn~es on hs farm near Laurel, after whc!1 he announced that Pack 202 must be cl.::>se'1 to new members unles~ another den was form (d. A:1y new boys desrng adms ~on would be placed on a watng l:"t pendng Yacances. ~frs. :\:ewman presented the followng awarjs: ]3(,bcat: :'>tchel: Bukzn, B. J. l: aley. Llo1 :ald Cuppy. Gold.~rrow: James Hunt, \Valtc :- Lnf:l,ach, Pat Hunt. Sh er Arrow: \\'alter L.ngehach. \\' e,ley Hogan, \\'alter Fnk. Bear )ade!e: Pat Hunt. 1-ycr :-tar. Ell ward ~!angold. ~rs. l:ale y's Den 2 won both. r'.e,1ch cyemcnt a,.-ard and attenrlnce a,, t,] 'ags. ~r~. Xutt ~r s Den 8 pror.lucec. a ra 'j,, pn >ra!1 enttled. "Can You T.: p Th. :", wth Robert \Ylkn ~ - n 1 nn cr of ceremones. The rl<:n cr n-tn ctell all the brjadcast.j.:[,q:.tl>:le:!t whc 1 1 made the skt r,-a}... tc?t~ \''C}l as }ye}y entertan-.\fr-. f f,.r, m's l.jen 9 brjadcast.., :, at : 1,, '']rock." <-c:orl','e Harr gtl'. w.... a.,ked two mer. front t-:~._, ~.u,l: : :.' to YOhtntt:er~ as c -.,11-,.-.. _ \[:-. Baley nd ~[:-. Xutt~_-r :~:> '1 ~ ~ ll. :tt tll' clock l ut Ken :c::l Jl,:r:/,1\ arcleol each of thea! :t o::\.r-p':,crl c.-arette lghter. f~-.- ~ft 11 ('' Chr,tm2.s Schedule: The gym wl 1J : ( ~)en :t'1 day durng t!:c ~1oldays -::,-:'!H!!J":unber 2(: 'J:JU to 11:30, c :ct c : t ~,,.ys anc.: grls: 1:30 to 3 :31.,l ::'.r ancl junr..-r boys and S'~l-: 3 :30 t.3. Practce -~11-Green ::,.]t :\cdlt. The Drop-nn wll :Je.>en r"lll 3 :.'0 to 5:30. Drop nn:.\ n n u a 1 Drop-L:tn Chr-tnl''!'arty wll he held on Frd::. Llcc em!jer 23 at the Drop! w1. 'J hne wll be a dor prze :1n.J a dance urc!jestra. Drop-nn :ncmbt r~ \':l be the only ones per :nttt 'l 1<, a:tend be sure you l'ave Frst Ad Class: \\'e w~h to st<.rt :m~th r f!r,t ad class rght after the holday". -~11 who wsh to jon, 1 olea "c cr: tact t!1e Recrt-aton De!'ar:m, r:t. 2'/2(.. The class wll start :'.e -ec n: week o January, wll run n :-1x,\ eeks. once a week for 1'\ > lv:.urs. Lttle League Baseball: All\- ct Len w-'1ng t:> manage a b~seball tl :>rll u \ oungsters front 9 to 12, ph a-e e<:t,, t Recreaton Dep't. \\'e plan :o ],ave fout teams wth a rt.c<: 1 ar -chl'dule. wth all teams n u:: r:11. T'~e league wll be or,~.ean:red Ll-:e tbe ''Bg Leagctes'' and 1:1<' \\ :1 :Jcr,., ll go to the X a tona! n \\.l:':tn>pc>rt, Pa. \\'e pool all t::e.,:ayv.-~ J.nd start from scratch..:\,,.,,,:1 a- we get f»ur rnanagers sc wll :1~ct:t to ~tart mak:ng plans. \\'"\\ ll ry :o have a Lttle League Ja:::, ~< 1 r,,dy fur <.cton n ~lay, r J. n~.. T0ys For Tots: The Amercan Le-. ~~~~~. '.1. ll ~~a\'-. t:e.f.-\nnual ~J\,y: ' r To t-,_.,.:ject< n \\.ednt:sday, l.,., ::t,,,. 21 at 2:30 p.m. at ::he t 1 :l :-{~~-:- r ~- -",vll ~'t~~-,\v tbe!~ :,,r... ''TJ,. ~\f:r::j.de on 34t:J St<e:t".,~.~~~~~~.. ~~~--~~~~. Dece mber 21, 1950!.! ~ JEWSH COMMUNTY CENTER t t ~ ~ t r of Greenbelt extends Season's Greetngs to all ther fre:qds and neghbors ~.... s extended to the resdents of Greenbelt GUN CLUB a Very Mer:-y Chrstmas and a Happy New Year. ~----CHRSTMAS STORE HOURS PHARMACY 12 noon - 2 p.m. for prescrpton servce on Chrstmas Day LUNCHEONETTE.. MERRY CHRSTMAS TO ALL from Bryan Motor Express The Offcers of Greenbelt Post No. 136 The Amercan, Legon Extends to all of ts n Greenbelt j~~:,.... "R?{?.. ~-- -~~~ llf' ' ' l -~ f! closed all day Chrstmas SERVCE STATON _-...::.-:: cl~se~ all day Qlrstmas: ""'\ - TOBACCO STORE closng at 6 :30 Chrstmas Eve. closed ~~- day.. chrstmas. THEATRE... ~hows at 1 ard.3 p.m. QDy on Chrstmas Eve~. Sbows ~at 7 attd.9 p.m. on ~as'day. :r. ----~-----~ ~ THE PANTRY.WLL BE OPEN BEHND THE SUPERMARKET ON CHRSTMAS DAY--9A.M. - 6P.M. All other stores and servces closed as usual., Tf. e la.<d trp of the f'!o-op RUB on Chrstmas Eve wn leave at 6 p.m. The Bus wll be out 'Of servce an day Chr.~Jtmas and T.ues., /)ec. 26. \ d :n - ~ :1 w be a toy or a t ~ t. \~~9'>t.O'>C.(7><Q>c.(-?>~~~~'>C.(,.,_.o-,..c:~~~~~'Q>c.c:'M.q,,.c:~~~~~o-J Three

4 9 Four GREENBELT COOPERATOR December 21, 1950 Lades' of Charty of St. Hugh's wsh all "God rest you merry, gentlemen! Let nothng you dsmay Remember Chrst, our Savor, Was born on Chrstmas Day To sav~ us 1111 from Satan's pow.:r Whftl w~ had gone astray. 0 tdngs of cc mfort and joy!" Tl,:~ tradtk>na.] earn! :.:. <t~"rl ''" :.e ( o... pe1... tory: ''Ft:,t.r!.-_,1. c.r nht:~d J hrn~ _\-(JU tdng... -r:,j.re~t~ joy wlch k1ll lw to all pe<>plt:''. t ~ n [,paragt::uent. n,t.> the car.: 1 ~:or tht: (._,~pt.~l ljut. J tlu: trn~_.. tl~tt,ne.~rtn1~ Tnutter."-, tt:11 t t,, t.c!nr:~rrh.:~!''. F1J1 one rt-.ad~. p~:rha]'~ (JJ! tjt c :ctug of a ca1.:~l ~n.!. "Bulltl,zer pu-,.1jed the (kad n t..> ll~\:~~ gr3\"t... hy huthlrc.d', ~. \ul the~t art nnr own >reed. Anh rcan-. (TmH:, Dec. l~.."atan', l)o,.._ er!!.:\ t1>ugl1 y( ar -:"or (~hr ma~.!{emt mlwr the am(>u. lne :! crcejj l'a,..h'e : En:ry.thnR!'aled dr,wn,. u.mj!= lo.-,'-<:!" \\-, are dma vcd. '\'( go about our Chro.tma:-- pr, ' ~raton~ \\~th a.tzrlm urgency, t~t<::g \' e'd lt:!'ter make t!1~ or:.e goo.j.! 1!l~<y Lan.: t, la~t~ :'\atrjj<l Emergt:ncy-l< ctt!-ot '>Wa:-rno.,,f a Y,mcng H erl arr.1c'-. ''1-'ea{:e ',': on t:'arth and nh.:rcy rnlc!.~.. nd-t:t:d! Our mnd prott-'-h n '1cwlkr lllent: ths can't he -:appcnng. Xu: H 11:--! ''" t:'rc t]e 'g)od' people. -\tncr, an" ha\ c n~:\ cr had tn ret ca.t- (cu! ctu l alk w t ~ o(f) hj.ll P< n. ' ot to tl:-. [ t ~pol ~ : : :\ p... a'-~t' of tnnd ' \Vt: rca~l a.bo1..1t. (:ar! Sarulhur~ ~Pt:",kc :o cur c,n. dtc":: ''\\'c :t'-kccl tht cycknc t(l g-o arunnd our haru-~~.t t d1dn't l< ar t:-!" ~o t's «. touf(l year r Chrstma~. C11 ~tma.«~ toug!r. tr>o. t has. n the pr.:.y.dctjcc.,j God, ~urvvcd Herod~ a.:: Htll'r--'. ft wll lh e. pka~e God. l.>r:g at :~ Staltll and \\'11 (and vou and. o, tha.t lll::l.t!t r) ha.re g~'l(' to dt.:rnal 1 cward or damnaton. ChrHmas, tha.t s to say J e"u-. Chrt, was hon'. n a tough tme. :\1~ry and ] os-eph were compelled. by t'he m-peral power t:- that day. the Rc-m:J.n Empre, to ohe\- a <kcree they and thcrr fellow ctzen, ()f Palestne had no voc..: n makng namely, to go to thcr org-ual home town :lnd regster or the.: great tensus-tax.?\!an wa~ expectng- her bahv and h,~ al that ~ decent aud holy.!' hould boave :-tay. cd at home wth frcr. ts and comfort. Hut Joseph had no pull wth the great or.es and, lke all 0r-d. :1ary people, tjey ha.rl tc> obey. ',\'h,-n.1.rmc~ march. n f{nrnt~,,. the CSA. pc"oplc llltl:'-t he taxed..-\ t:w habes more or less do not mart: ter to a dctat(.r, be h< Roman tr r~~t,~!an. :\lld then at 1-~ethlehc.m! ::\,, ro<>j' t> tlt lnn. ~{ary and Jo~eph ounrl rdnge nnly n 'l ~table cave. ThC"re. n the dark a.nr. the cold, wthout l e!lcft of cl.-rgy or mer!c. Jc~n, was ho:-n. r mmanu!' ((Jrl wth us. L~ht ll1 the darkrh~~~- But l:ow great wa~ the darkn"c-! Hn\, tlly the lght. l ro<l murd~r,_ tl:: l'hldren~the flght.f the lttl :'amly to Egypt. Rt:fu,~u ~. D. P_,_ Surely-a tough tm,. Etern:-~11~ o.,o. Y ct the lght has llc\ cr gone out. rn that lonely, cold stable. ''\\'hl.:.~he-t1erds watched ther docks" a!ght wa~ kndled whch :w.s put tjt darkne.~: to rout ro:11 m.any an ron Curtan. Go~'d ne'\\ :-: o all the ptopll. Chr.5tma~ wll endure. Clff dw, llers ~n comfortable Greenbelt and survvors of harbarou,. Kore a alke are de!ltfed :n the summary vf the great Hebrew commentator and prcphet. J.sa<~:h: ''The people that walked n darkness Have seen a great lght They that dwelt n the land Of tthe shadow of death Upon them hath the lght. shned! 0, t-dngs of comfort an-d j, Y nunanlel! ERC T. BRACXD Greenhelt Communty Churcl! THE LGHT AMD DARK~ESS T::, rea-- n fot- Chrs.ttnas }~ a hrthrlay-an ncdent n human hstrjn tl.<' -hnes alj,, c all other~. Col - reac::n~ nto our world wth J,., r \\n.-n that each o us mght.av, a J,..,t~: ':.. pe. a fath to l'-t. ~tnd.... < rc-t:n( e 1.! t... nt:vl r t:n\1- ':.. \t t:, trmc \\ ::ct:! od r-::tched j,,,n: to u-. t wa,o ng-ht. There,,a- :t n:!t rarkne- a',r.lt. _les.us.. ~ - :orn at nght. The Shepherds ' ' o r,.. atcrnl.[!lock~ at nght. 1,,,-,].,,.,,.[ tlt:,tar to reach the :.:rtl-.pla ~ wa. n the mdng-ht cl. '" t:1at lt rod':--.n~ter decree.\.j-!jrl:. The tcrn.a.l lght of s.al- \ :.t n _:.n t<. shne an1d,.uch.!."'ll:. l'llp,., Br. nk._ c~~pre~o.e(l, y,.t t thy dark "treets s.-hneth 1,,.,_., :rl:t.. tllg lght." So. t<x>.,j.,,....-.,n- day pro' de a celebrat-on. th-..,,ct ~d brthday. The Darkt~r_ -... '!~ t,ur g-enerat?on :o. a back~.!f.on.] tlat make" H~.tar '-hnt: t.. \ t:r hrr.dn,:r..\ nt:~ry later. tl:e \'\.'rter of the,jrt': go,pt 1 sreak: o Chrst as :,.!H. ''n Hm wa- lt~-: and the ::., a- t':c J."nt c mer.. The lght..,:n, t',. rl'trkne-..'-. )uo, ater 20 ct:r:turc... th., t:-urh!~ ~t~l an n -: r:t m ror t:". Th~ radance cre :c:ed hy C':r,.t a.nd Chrs.tma,. s.-..tll -..t!d:1('. T::c da::-.:ne-., ha,. but -J,:lc- :t :n1rl brjl<..nt. How otep. r~<.ve pac( ~.,ur t:mpha.s!\ on the t:1~ l.r, _,, r.r: :r toat:! the lght. r:j... ~~.~(~t am~ darkne~s :-- a :<t('r{ d :. r,tgt:. l~~..:.. our ~aton r'~l-t " cj ogjzt_- ~t :.., :t-)... a:rvlve~ ft :.1 :" :,,....:1ded by th-. lg-ht. \\"lam fl." ard Ta.t when a,.ked "1j,, -~,!n 1 ur the... ~aguc of ~\atun'- -,1ol. ''\\-dl, the f,.,~,~t thng~ ot t,j,. ~ t cru:t~trl a.r.d put nt-o J :nrn:.. :,,t tht:y always haye ther t1rd 'C~y. T:1-.,.-,ur Chr5ttma1t crc..-,1. T.. >t: '-urc. rtark'les.'. cructxj,,ll :nr! t1e tomb-yet there s -tll tlt' lght darkn.:::o.. has ne.-cr put 01:t. T..:tn vc as Chrstan,-,.,.t.' 1nu... t hc!teve Tc.. t!:"' C~l,tt n,t t"1") just tell. hut ro, L r._,. u.. 1ow r.ocl v.-ould hayc ''~ ln'.!jlad,.ton.:: '>ad, one ex lmp'e " "orth a thousand argumc n t ' \V c wn the (r.<lks.: lfe not by debate. but by ac'he'lo ement..\fer~ <a_v t c-ann>~ be d-one: some a t:> try. \\'t "ad that about :l\ :Jton onl_,. 40 year~ ago. n ad aqrc. ~: :lrg-ument:. Culd!1.1.ve made' L:e,.torp c,j the ma->tcr,cern plau,.lolc..\ ::an :-:,,_,rn n a man,z.-r. dyn::- nn a cro.". dstngo.jshed ny hv lo..-.- and b:ml1:y, yet 2000 y c ar later t:l shakes the world at t~ oundat CJ". By H, e we te'-t ~-~lt~ll and :'at(jns. T,j, ett.'r::al l~ht ~,.hnng amd r:arkm ~~- t s everla,tngly true. t make-:. C:r'-tma fc>rever v.-o:-tll t :k:jratn~. rrl=-- l'.ft l nnug-!1 t~at Chr-t \\a~ J,_,rn ft..:r~la~: l tt' ~tar ~hat,.ho!(:'~ \, l.: arth v:a:-.,et that holy morn \\'tj:: a. ldt:n zone. :,. r::::.-t he horn wt'hn tlt heart ec:0rt. :,t rnd:.. a thr )llt,.\r.d brng... t~'e day n 1-.>\.( arh~..:-<.y, T.e n:.:..:tr,f C,r-tlke hrotht:r, (ll "-.\ trthor l"nknown. K.J~, U. Reed. ~ln':'ter :0.[ owa tt ~1emora1.\lc thhls-t Church. ON EARTH PEACE, GOCD WLl. TO MEN There. always somethng new an<! old n every Chrstmas., The outer stuatpn changes, but. Chrst- mas has an unfalng power to str _. tn~o express~':1 the best wthn us. Two th-ousanc years ago over- the tt:lds of Rethld1em the ang:!ls ~d: "( )n earth peace. gl)()d wll roward m..:n." Have hate and nhum anty tl'tuartv r~pla:ed the message of love atd charty of that frst Chrs.tm~ carop t.-hould l>t: plan to all that an nheren!lv evl manknd wll always ~uffey wa:rs and rumors a war. Y ct men ~tll attempt to celebrate Chrstmas n today's Chrstles s confuson. Too many gnore or have orgotten the most ~mportant part of the angel'~ message: "For unto vou :< born ths day.,. a Savor." Th ~re s 'tll room n the. creche or people small and humble enough to enter and worshp as the :::.hepl1erds and!1-lag dokl-. To worshp at thre man ger means to fnd everlastng pe.at:e and comfort n the arms of the Fafhcr, \Vho gave the \Vorld a Savor. Men of the worlc. nen:r had ''peace n gavern- mtnt or n.o:ety yet T hcy Had... Peace on earth. They had peace of mnd anc! rest for ther ~.:>uls--not (he cessaton of war an~! strfe. That same peace' of mu:d and rest or our soul, we have by the grace of God n othe message of Chrr::'ltma s-"unto You s born ths day n the ctv of Davd a Savh::>r, wh!c-h s Chrt the Lor,t" A BLESSED CHRST~AS. TO ALL Greenbelt Lutheran Cbmeh Rn. Edwn E. Peplow, pastor HANKS TO ALL l would lke to take ths opportunty to cxpr ~ss my t'hanks to all the people and organzatons tlhat made the dedcaton -of the cty Chrstmas tree to the la.te Angus :-.JacGregor such a m-emorable and nsprng occas-on. ] oh n Andersen of the Publc \\'orks department, under whose supervson the tree wa-s planted Harv ~y \Vhar.tou, the GCS electrcan, who trmmed the tree the l{ecrc:aton Department, that planned the program the Wonran's Club. sponsors. of the event and donr>rs. "J the plaque the Cooperator, for ts excellent publdty and reponng and -the many ot'hers w.ho ::\sss.t ~d n the program all deserve ~pecc.l prase and grat:tude for ther efforts. THANKS Sncerely, MRS. LEON BENEFL. Tht: leaders and grls of Grl Scout troop 18 wsh to express ther- thanks to the Jewsh Communty Center for acceptng a ~ponsorshp of the troop for the comng year and for ther generous \:">ntrbuton. THANKS AGAN :\r:. ~chael :\1. ltlano and s.on 0 1-C :Xorthway -wsh to thank ther mal"v frends and neghbors or ther. gft~ a.1d prayers fur \{r. Julano's recovery also the Lade~ of Charty of Greenbelt and ~~ rs. Stouffer, the publc health nurse. \Ye w.s~1 them all a Mel ry Chrs :mas and a Happy New Year. The Lord God planted a garden lr.- the frst whte day~~ of the world And he set there an ~Lngel Warden n a garment of lght e-nfurled As near to the peace of Heaven To break nght rest wth the wre-n A"d there n the coo:~ of ene'n God walked wth the 1 st of men And dream that these garden closes Wth ther :rjlades anc~ sunflecked sod And wth llles and bowers of roses Were lad by the harn: of God The kss of the sun for packm The song of the brds for mrth One s nearer God/s heart n a garden lt Than anywhere else 011- earth (Ths s a poem whch Ml'. MacGregor had coped and kept n a scrap book. t was quoted by Mrs. Reed n her ded ~ catory address.) ~_,~~~~~~~ Fre Sltlet.leetll.:. : Tedbook For: Studes/' n tlte:.e tmes when t seem, that " ood and clothng a.re the reajor exports of hu:1dreds of Amercan organzatons, t :. somethng of a turnabout when a Fre11ch student asks for books nstead of butter. At ths wrtng memhers of the local )atonal Councl of Jewsh Women are wrestlng wth the ta-sk of supplyng tlter adopted :tudent wth two expensve :md specalzed texts wthout g~ :ng up the CARE, and clodtng!)ackages they. have been se~dng twce a. month for over a year. n one of her recent letters the 21 vear olrl canddate for a doctorate n Chemstry at the Sorbonne wrote-for herself and her young husband: ''\Ve apprecate the packages you send us Yery n1uch but. above all, beng students, we need s~entfc books very badly... too expensve for us n France... we request you replace two or three of \ the food packages by one book. \Ve thnk you wl understand. For these books are more necessary than an) thng else... f your de-, cson s to the contrary... excuse our audacty... : Councl members at once assured the young students of ther apprnval of the -dea. n ther next letter the young students, apologetc and grateful, wrote: "Although we don't know the exact prces of these bocks we know they are rather hgh, but.. _ ~hey an. absolutely n-r-cessary for us and... we agree, as we had arranged. to take them n place of fve or sx or even more packages. Last vear we were able to economze.-.. to btty a seres of Amercan bo>ks. n lookng them over we were pleasantly surprsed to fnd... an nterestng study... by Xathan L. Drake o the Cnvet'sty of Greenbelt, Maryland. (Dr. Dral<-e s the ftead of the Chemstry Department at the Unversty of Maryland at College Park-ed.) t s then that the dea of ask!ng you for hooks occurred to us. and we are very happy that you answered us favorably. The books n queston are: Organk Chlodne Compounds-! volll.,,_ by Ernest Hamn Huntress. and Or~anc Analytcal Reagents--4 vojs.. by Frank ]. \Velcher. Ther cost s ndeed, as the student~ suggested, ''rather hgh"-ffty dollars at least. But n the face of such an unusual and modestly made request Councl member~ are determned to flt t, and wt. out curtalng the b' monthly foo-d packages. The Councl s especally anxous to follow through th~ project because fot many years both natonal and. local group~ of the NC] l have set asde a. consderable part of ther :rearly actvtes to an Overseas Serv<"~ Program. Large sectons have gven over 65 schclarshps to foregn students for study <snd mantenance n the Unted States, ar.d have clothed and ser.~ through school countless groups of chldren. Small sectons, lke the one here n Greenbelt, have sent. r~guar packages abroad to chldren's homes and ndvduals untl nternatonal restrctono and h:gh postage nterfer.:<!. Stckng to tradton, Greenbelt m~mhers have--been supportng ther young students eyer s.nce, and t has become a matter of hgh honor to see her all the way through. Palmers Pupls Attend Rectal and Party ''he annual Chrstmas event of rectal and party combned was held at the home of Mrs. Lydalu Palmer, 1-D Ears.tway, for her pu ~ls, on Sulday, December. 17.' _rhose who took part were Judy J3nman, Donna Jean Evans Davd Goldfaden, Sandor Johnson', FTancts Lastner, Tony Salvan and Be-tty Segel. After the young sngers enter ~aned ther parents and guests, rereshmen~s were s-erved to all ahd g:fts ds-trbuted to.~.he student~..,... ~

5 CHRST Mr. and Mrs. Martn Bckford and famly 7-Q Research Sea.-.on's Greetngs from a Frend M.r. and Mrs. Bernard Case \ 6-F Crescent!-&r. and Mrs. Abraham Chasanow and famly 11-T Rdge Mr. and Mrs. Charles Csca and famly 56- Rdge A :Mo=s.cage of Cheer from a Frend l Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Faulcone: ~nd famly 71-K Rdge Mr. and Mrs. Bassett Ferpsoll and famly Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Johnson 39-L Rdge Happy Holdays from a FrXld Mrs. Cecelle Jones and son Danny s9-a Rdge Mr. and Mrs. Wllam H. Klen 2-J Northway Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lastner 19-P Rdge Merry Chrstmas to All from a Frend Leather Lustre (Mr. Rley) 55-A Crescent Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Morrson and famuy 58-H Crescent Seaso:1's Cheer!rom a Frend Mrs. Angus D. MacGreg'X 1-A Woodland Way Mr. and Mrs. James W. McCarl and famly 9 Forestway Road Mr. and Mrs. james C. McGt esor 45-N Rdge Mr. ano Mrs. Chrstopher Mu.llady 22-N FUdge Merry Chrstmas and Happy New Year from a Frend Mr. and MTS. R:1lph Parker 51-E F~dge Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Patterson 13-K Hllsde Mr. and Mrs. Pearson 11-J Parkway Arthur B. Perry and famly 2-G N ortbw:ay Chrstmas Wshes to All from a Frend Mr. and Mrs. John M. Relley 1-B 1'arkway Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rolph and famly 3-B Rdge Road Mr. an.d Mrs. Donald F. Romer 16-J Rdge Mr. and Mrs. Wllam L. Rosano 33-D Rdge Rabb and Mrs. Morrs A. Sandhaus and chldren 4-H Crescent Road Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe A. Sauls a,~ famly 28-A Rdge Mr. and Mrs. Georse E. Shaeatt", Jr. and jo 58 G Crescent Road Mr. and Mrs. Orvlle M. Slye and famly t-t Hllsde Mr. and Mrs. Kal Tllem and famly 19-D Rdge Road Mr. and Mrs. Page Woodrow 14-V -5 Rdge Mrs. Elzabeth C. Day., daqhter' Patrca Holbrook and granddaqhter', Pat. 6-T Rdse Road Mr. and Mrs. Lous L. Johnson and famly 20-G Hllsde Road Besse Danels and famly 21-C Rdge Road Mr. and Mrs. Harley Lawson 2-E Parkway Road SeaOn'a Greetngs and Best W:hes to Each Famly.n Greenbelt Mary Jane Knzer Season's Greetngs to the Resdents of Greenbelt Walter A. Smon and The FHA Staff Freda and Walter Berwagon 1-B Westway Road Tom and Elle Rtche 37-J Rdge Road Best Wshes for a Happy New Year Harry and Jeanette Zubkotf 17 -C Parkway

6 GREENBELT COOPERATOR December 21, 1950 ', ~he Sea Scouts of Explorer Shp reeently receved a 35-foot boat a 2-cylnder desel marne mo The boat s kept at the Cap-. Yacht Club n Washngton and Sea Sco11ts are havng a lot of and, n addton, are ganng experence by pantng and up the boat themselves on :.: ~'le!'k<: n ds. Shp 202 meets n the.b,,.,...,,..,nt of the Communty Church ursday nghts at 3 p.m. The meetng wll be tonght, ant boy 14 years of aee or older n jonng may come to or any other meetng for furr nformaton. Mr. M. J. Has, pel s the Senor Advsor and Skppel of ths unt. Sparked by the excellent playng the followng backfeld men, Jm onald, John Flynn, Elmer berger, Freddy Schrom, Dck oeb, Buddy Gersch, Rayburn and Dave Lee, the Mdgets eted ther lca<ue compet lon,,..,,.,.,,,~eater! and unscored upon. perfect playng of the followlnemen cannot be overlooked, =nu.,,--v. J,el and A. Castald s-l. Mead, D. Branch, L. r~ --, \. Bowman, J. McGloth- 1\'lagaucro, \Vlkns'On Centers Cannng and A. M cgu:-e. Luck Fellows! Hope to agan next yectr. Best Wshes for a Merry Chrstmas and a Happy New Year to all Boys' Club Boxng Show By E. Don Bullan The Greenbelt Boys' Club has scheduled a 10-bout ~oxng show for SQturday, January 6, at the Center School Gym. These club boxlllg shows were very popular last year and were web attended. There s nothng.nore entrancng than watchng a 50 or 60 pounder tryng to outmaneuver hs opponent and at the same tme remember the rarous boxng sklls and technques that he has been taught. Hs expressons of determnaton and ntense desre to wn are so dramatc that they are actually funny. n fact some of the ncdents, especally n the lower weght classes are excep tonally funny. One of the funnes!\: was a youngs'ter who had to htch up hs trunks after every blow, as they were too large for hm. He would pull at hs trunks and then throw a glo\ e at hs opponent. He had the cro.vd n an uproar. The.nan purpose of boxng n tle Boys' Club s to teach the boys the art of self defense n addton to offerng every youngster an opportun''y tc enjoy the sport of hs own choosng. T1H:t e s no better character bud~ng actvty than boxng. Once a hoy steps nto the rng he s on hs own. He must of ncce~sty do hs own thnkng. E\-cn n ddcat he s taught to,how h~ ~portsmans l1p and cr,ngratulate Ls, ctorous advusary. These arc the thngs that mak.c better men. There s a popular msconcepton however that boxng s a bnaal and harmful sport. Ths may be true n professonal boxng hut ~ ar from the truth n the Duys' Cub varctv. The referee s the rea,on. He 1~ n complete charge of th c c.:'jntcst and wl mmedately st(>p any bont that n hs opnon ~hows one of the boxers to be greatly outcj~sscd. He docs ths tr avod nflctng unnvcc~sary pun.~h1ncnt cn anv of tle contc~tant~. l a h(ly s<:~ms to be n danger of gett.,g burt the bunt s nunedr!tely!'t<'pl>ccl. t s amateur sport at ts he~t, yol! don't hear any ''Kll 'm~ r.,r wtnes' ' a g ory bloody spectacle often seen t: profes~onal br,xng. Every precauton s taken to avod njury. An ncdent m last year ~ Junor Gddcn Glove ChamJon,!Jp, brngs ths out Yet y cunch: ~vclv. Stuart Knott. of Greenbelt. wl1o. wa.s wnnng a champ"n~h:p rather handly was dsqualfed and the bout stopped because of a d~colorcd eye, whch nd. acc<lcntally be<'" ht bv the laces on tle g], \e. Th ~- dl)ctc 's dccs<,n \Yas!n~l He would not t,k a<ld.tonal blows t > the eye whch mgl,t nj:trc t. Our Best Wshes to' au for a Holy and Joyous Chrstmas and Holday Season A sngle vst to any Boys' Clu~ show wll certanly convnce <.ny skeptc of the value of boxng. The ~how on January(, wll be far!pure ntf'n -.tng than an ordnary h<.>xllg exhbton, n t hat you wll ~ce your lf'ghbors' son n actun. l'lan ~o be t1ere, t wll certanly be wonth attendng. CHORDS & DSCORDS By Bll Mrabella Ablty to play a muscal nstrument opens up socal avenues whch are over 'lnd above the usual. By jonng the ama.tet:r orchestras. bands, glee club and c1wral socetes, many new contacts can be made. Thoroughly enjoyable evenngs b<:come regular occurrences and the always stmulatng experence of gl' mg a publc performance adds zest to an Jtl1erwsc poso:bly dull exstence. The new c on t a c t " can, Mrabella upjn cultvaton, broaden one's crcl'! of fren(l: and enlarge hs possble s::.cal actvtes. By the same token, one can get together wth small group~ an(! n1eet altern:.tely :n each others' homes. n tl1> way the un of makng- musc s brr)ught nt0 the home -and plenty of oppr.,ramty s provded frr shojtng a lrjt of pleasant b::-eeze. n addtrn. ''me general rea(ln.~ about nn:~k and mu ::cans wll.~ve a lt of a:1 edge :: tho.:e con\ c.r~at,_,n~ \v} c:l r~vcryr,ne -~f~l~ n~' a.l.,a nn:.:c. 'Th:~ n tt~rn \v"'j au: 1nat:,_ a1y pr(_,~<de (J!lt"ll wth a C<:!'ta ::1 at:1'.'nnt of c nvcrsalz \ (' rcn(! '-'r :<~:n ~ s chld '>':! :,..-~ts usually ret!l t.:nt ~11: 1,, 1u} v:d' nclned to,.:ay aw.-l\. r, ':n l('roup gathcr1 g~. ~r:.-:-.-a:ll pt:r:::. ~l al~o n1:g-! t h~t ~._ ~rl a,, rl t' t: j L ~ o gettng Lt> ::nrl -~), :t::c.: L~~.r( an audence. Ct ~-~ra--. '.\.: er: 'ttc~l. :l....: :t r r:,.. l tt) c nj~)j~ ~\-. l r.n -:rc lp~ u-tn:, tlrt,..::: L~t: r'. :\..-. that they -ha':::... le_\ J..nr)v: nt1.~.:r.-. \'. :u.t tt~.. ~~~-. ( t ~ ther p!a,:e. '::,. '11'1' :. ~(l(_ ~t1 gru:1jj-. r: ~~- L:--~.---~tt' r, ~:: he.t.:"r~:-:, t.-, r~~~t, q :t:-.o.:1,~ :.1 - ~n-:c t}~e c:!rlngt j-.: '[~:t~.... :~~llt", r,~.c... they hayc (_'Xcr:~...~:~-t.:!,... ~.::~d r~.-~:,g- 1: ~: o~~. Drum, Ffe. Bugle Corp : \ : 'J! (! en nter:..:~ d... j 1~:1 - ~1,~.- JJ: t!~~~ ct1~d!'~u~~-l- ' ~-~rn... " a~1 rt j'h.r~ to 1 '>11H' Er ::"n!c rc o:n o:: \\"ednesdy.~ at 3:1 p.:n.\1r \':vc c_.f f~re\'rjl>e:t " n ch:t:-ge. For A Merry Chrstmas and a Happy New Year Get off to a happy Start Whether you want Beer, Brandy, Egg Nog, ')oda Pop Vhskey, or Champagne count on Veteran's' Lquors to have them at your door n tme for the fua. VETERANS' LQUORS Free Delvery TOwer 5990 WOJ.-!A.N'S CLUB Ther Ja11y Fnends a Jo2t0us!olday Season (n:d..-1. j~olbap Prosperous New Year,..... f! ~rectng~ Complete Lne of Lquors, Wnes and Beers : We wsh all our frends n Greenbelt.. Season's Greetngs and the ~ Happest of New Years : Natonal Councl of Jewsh MNMUM CO~URTEOUS ALWAYS GLAD TO HELP YOU Women PRCES SERVCE ':: ~~ :_~ _.- TELEV~SON effcent televs~n: stallatons by ' Ken Lews, lck, Shepherd WANTED See t e at~r~u-,.,..,.,,.,. Chrstmas at and pepper sorted servng vv n,,... of colors, d cents to $2.00. FOR XMAS. A moble for sale, :t o, cost twce' 3518, evenngs. WANTED. age grls. RDES 'N' HDER \V A!'':r and f.:. Captol, N lrv, ahr>ut ~:00 Rde Wanted to ~traton, 20th & US to' 5:00. C::aU and a Happy and Prosperous New Yea?' SELECT YOUR GFT PACKAGES STOP N AND SEE OUR BEAUTFUL A.. \"D l'ared SELECTONS PRNCE Anthony M. Madden BUREAU NSURANCE COMPANY

7 CLASSFED TOM SAWYER, CLEANER. Qualty cleanng snce Threeday pck-up and delvery servce. Suts, dresses 85c. P'ants, skrts SOc shrts accepted w1t.h dry cleanng 20c. SATSFACTOU GUAR ANTEED. Cal TELEVSON nstallaton and mov-jg. Full nstallaton $25. f you have antenna and parts $15. Call ,r FOR FRESH FLOWERS to sut any occason call Bell Flowers, College Park, UNon Free delvery. LOCA.,_.L-W=-=-:A~SHNG MACHNE Servce - Automatc and conventonal models expertly repared. Reasonable. Guaranteed. Free estmate. Greenbelt TTTR AUTOMAGC A SP~ c..alty. \~.'ashng machhte repa1rmg, Bendx, Launderall th Pl., E. Pverdale. Wa after 6 p.m. TELEVSON Servce prompt, effcent televson repars and nstallatons by graduate engneers. Ken Lews, TOwer 5718, Joe Gulck, Shepherd WANTED TO BUY - your old gold s worth money. We pay hghest prces. CO-OP JEWELERS. MOVNG & STORAGE - FURNture, Freght or Express. Anythng, anywhere, anytme. Bryan Motor Express, Call Greenbelt, -J1 :r:re RADOS REPARED - 30-day guaranteed. Reasor.able prces. Pck-up and delvery. 14-M Laurel. Gr See the attractve rafa gfts for Chrstmas at 17-C Parkway. Salt and pepper sets, sugar bowls, assorted servng bowls. Your choce of colors, <l.esgn, monogram. 75 cen~s t0 $2.00. Phone FOR XMAS. A chld's pedal antomoble for sale, a.s good as new. UO, cost twce tha,t when new. 3S18, c':enngs. 'NANTED - Tlousckceper. lght bou~ework, care of three school age gds. Gr RDES 'N' RDERS \DER \VANTED to vcntv of 7th and Pa. l\ vc. or enroute.. ~ :00 to 4:45. Call HDE WANTED to vcnty 19th and E. Captol, Xat'l. Guard Armrory, allout -\:00 a.m. Call Rde Wanted to V cterans Admn,traton, 20th & Const. Ave. N.W. X:15 to 5:00. Call Boys' Cl Actvtes By Lee. The GTeenbelt Boys' Cluhs fn shed ther football seasqn wth the fnal game scheduled for last S"ltur~lay between the Unversty 1-'«.rk M1dget team and the Gn:enbelt Mdget team end~.1g n a foret ~Y L"n\ ersty l'ark. The Greenbet Mdget team comt)leted ther sc~_ ~on n the County League undefeated and unted. Scores were: Greenbelt 33-Lmham 0, Greenbelt 42-Berwyn 0, Greenbelt 6- Green Meadows 0 Greenbelt _'8- -<verdale 0. Th~ was a hghly sncces-ful season and Coach \Ylson s to be congratulated on hs handlng of the team. The ~fdgets are c._, lnty Champs for The Greenbelt club s enter:ng the \Vashngton Recreat<>l basket- hall tournament wth games to be phycd durng Chrs.tma 1\-eek at Cooldge -! gh Schr.,ol and ] effer :on Junor J lgh. Greenbelt wll en.ter two teams.. :10-lbs. and 120- lbs. Clff Cocklt s handlng t:e Md~et te111~ of whch w: are tr-, ng to orgaazc three. Anv)r.e,_ ttercsted n sce1~g the \\'a~hngtron Tournament games contact C"Jff Cockll for tme a1:d place. :-:tan Provo~t s handlng the junor team and Bob Lndeman s handlng tl: e senor team. Also n January our annual 1Janq.tet for haso.:ball an<l uc>tball wll be held. Tental\ e date..: January l at the Cnmmuntv Church basemcnrt..cttter~ a~d a warrls m baseball and football wll be pr: :::entcd to the wnnng br y~. Prom ncdt. Letter" and award:' t!l football wll attend. Ths s a fatter ahl son dnner. The next r_,ne wll be n md-\.prl for the boxngankl hasketball ho\ s. - \Ve are aho tryng to arrange for a '':Magc"' show to bo.: put rm n the elementary school n the near future hy "Almr the Great" wto s now conductng a show rm tclcv~on. v.-jtch ths C.)lnmn f(jr our actvtes and comng events. \Yc wll t:-y and prnt a pctnre of the ChaPlpr,nshp \{,]g<. t Football t:a:n SOOll. Hare you tred Y SMTHS PVM BREAD mall<! wlh ~<:.: CO-OP TEPLE f\ch FOfC\CLA ).f::l.ny Cl..tStrners are buyng t regularly CO-OP SUPERMARKET ~q.... ~~.l!erry CHRSTMAS and HAPPY SEW YEAR To All Our Frends and Customers ~~~~!~:~~~~~~~~~.~~~~~~~~ :~TOM SAWYER CLEANERSt! re. ~.... ~ a,uwunc-::s a specal offer :~ ~ ~ - ".PA:\"TS & SKRTS... 50c =~ ~ - ".:SCTS & DRESSES... 85d : Two Men"s.J Necktes : - :: c:eaned wth Each ::.. : Su:t or Dress ~:.. ~ AT NO EXTRA COST ~.. Cal GR c 0" December 21, 1950 GREENBELT COOPERATOR Seven ~~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~ MERRY CHRSTMAS ll and a ft HAPPY NEW YEAR ~ To All Our Fre-nds n Greenbelt ~ ~ RESTORFF MOTORS. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cookes For Chrstmas t's tm old story- the Ch-rstmas feast:. No?ble wot?ld be co~plete at th: season wthout an assortment of nch, lusctous co?ktes-: crumbly and full of flavor. Make them wlth plenty of margarme :-tt adds to taste appeal and texture- t's nutrtous and economcal. Here a.re two suggestons for your Cbrs~as cooky jar from the test ktchens of Blue Bonnet Margarne. Spced Gum Drop Cookes 3 cups sfted all-purpose flour % cup Blue Bonnet Marga~ne 2 tea!lpoons Royal Cream of 3 eggs, unbeaten ' artar Bakng Powder % cup mlk % teabpoon salt 1 cup. spce-flavored gum drops, 1 cup sugar cut n small pect:s. Sft together flour, bakng powder and salt add sugar add Rlue Bonnet Margarne and mx n well wth pastry blender or fork. Add unbea:en eggs and mlk mx well. Add gum drops. Drop by spoo~fuls on gre,ased bakng sheet and bake n moderate oven at 376 F\ aoout mnutes. Makes 5 dozen. Chrstmas Nuggets 3 ct:.ps sfted all-purpose flour. 3 eggs, unbeat,en 2 teaspoons Royal Cream of ' 1 teaspoon vanlla extract Tartar Bakng Powder %cup currants.. lh teaspoon cnnamon % cup chopped, cand1ed "nuced 1.4 teaspoou salt fruts 11.4 et.ps brown sugar 1 cup (!bopped pecans ~z ct:,p Blue Bonnet Margarne 1 tablespoon mlk Sft together flour, bakng powder, cnnamon and salt add brown sugar add Blue Bor.net Margarne ~nd mb~ n wth pastry. blendtl". or fork. Add unbeaten eggs and flavonng mlx well. Add m1x~d frmts, nuts and mlk mx well. Drop by spoonfuls on greased bakmg sheet. '.\ke n moderate oven at 375 F. about mnutes. Makes 5 doo:en. '. MERRY CHRSTMAS to everybody FROM Henry Brautgarn Manager and Staff Greenbelt Brauch ~- PNK TAG TREES, 3-5 ft... OP..ANGE TAG TREES, 5-6 ft R~D TAG TREES, 6:-7 ft C RF..::E:'- TAG TREES, 7-9 ft YELL:)W TAG TREES 9-11, ft cz sc:e outsde the Varety Store STOP BY AN) SELECT ONE OF THESE FNE, BEAUTFULLY-SHAPED BALSAM TREES NOW. (Member F.D..C.)

8 Sx. ( SeaS The S 202 rete: wth a 2 tor. Tl tal Yac the Se~ fun an valuabl fxng weeker. Expl basemc on Th next 1 any b ntere ths c ther pel! per < Jmsht GREENBELT COOPERATOR December 21, "-~t!lt::r. n 5th place. Drop-nn Dances Saturday B,. dl. \~!"edt Cnon 16 won--8 lost 2nd Teengers are bu!'.y ths week J1lannng for ther hg (.)nr~stmas Dance complete wth orcheo.tra, Santa Clau'l, door-rpru, and rert shments. The gala affar j., -..et.-.r 8:30 ths Sturday nght at the Youtb Center, December 23. All Drop-nn members and ther guest: 1.re welcome to attend. f't:am ~landngs to date are: 1st-- OW 109 Mea OeS -Luch-5 16 won-...~ lost 3rd-- t:.y Stan Huff Bum l4 won-9 lost (1 unrolled L.o.!'t week"-. [,,,\\ln ',~h:,:..:-.. t:e! 4:u-Cffdweller~ 13 won-11 m the G:\C :\l <:n'' L<- a~pe t:jrr,c d J,,,t:.'t~-J<:ers 13 won-1,,n Frank Ra.uer - f~:1111 w,,, l''\ 1-!n-et: ' ~' 1 --He"ct: e Squad won-..-d George Bautr, Cr, d7: :,,, 1 13 Jo,t 7th-Comets 10 won-14 team 3 ganw-... \:.. x Knnn ~ L<H:ky- J,,,t.-.::h-Buede\ ls von-14 _: t<)nk.3 gam.: :"rrm1 J. l'at: \\"l- lr,-t 9:h--~fsft. 10 won-13 lost ams' Rc,cue :'q~1ad h cn '::d f! unr.. lle-d te) loth-xorth~nd G placed tht' Lncky-5 t.?n<!,.c,. w.. n-18 k>t. losn~ ').lt on l~t phcc t t:.e red- lnd\,jual Jca. lers are: H-.\n~r- Advanc~d tumblng for ~rs, u,- t L"non team,~. ],,.,,. p:all. age-caulter H-Spare5- ually held at the!\ or.th End s-chool. B }- wll not be held agan untl th1~ hr~t George Dckt: - :-\-Baler,j,:: Ba.., 51 H-Str:.kes-F. auer f"' G :, 0 f F b manage-d a 3-wn.:.rm:e :r<:n T.:l~ H-~et F. Bauer 3/{ and z- arne e ruary. ~hpp's Xorth nrl team. jj\ltn~. r , :' --F. Hauer A~ f1/vu4huv.j. J To all our frends and patrons ~ From the entre gang 1 1 at your frendly - J Co-op Servce Staton -~~-~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~-~~ For Holday Festvty.. THURSDAY DEC. Bob Hope- Jane RUSSell. "PA-LEFACE".. 7&9 FR.- SAT. DEC..22. Judy Garland "THE WZARD OF oz'' Fr<kly: 7 & 9 Sat.urday: Cont. from 1 p.nt Katheyn Grayson ~ aro "THE TOAST. OF NEW ORLEANS" Sunday: 2 shows. QnJy, at 1:00 & 3:0() p.n. ' MQllday: 'l & 9 TUE.- WED. DEC. 2G- Lnda Darnell - Joaepb "TWO FLAG_S....- Mr.,Sp of tr Md Her Sch Co:x con unc T!1 ng En Gt: 01 ln.. - ~ N BULK C CAM N PNT PACKAGES N HALF-GALLONS ORDER NOW from your Seoltest dealer E. J. BROOKS 12A Hllsde Rd. GR 7f52 All Popular : M~e WATCH!$. DAMOND.FtfNa$ (all szes, sh8.'": : preee) COJPLB7'lf ~1-f!l ()' SLVE--4fm,. B.LFOL.)$., ELECTRC ~ORS, FOUNTAN. ft~ Phone Greenl>e "(7-M CO-OP JEWELERS ~-- The Perfect Chldren's Gfd PRACTCAL AND ENJOYABLE HOWDY DOODY BOOTS Szes 6 to 3 $2.95 HOWDY DOODY and CLARABa HOUSE SLPPERS Get the Best Get Sealtestl Chldren Love Them Szes 4 nfants to 3 msses $2.95 WHY PAY MORE? CO-OP Y ALET SHop. <~~~""",. j~qwq~~~~~~~...

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