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Vol. 17 No. 3

Legion Beats Indians, Co-opDownsBowlers

In LeagueSemi-Finols

By Bill Moore

College Park Legion and Co-Op are finalists in the Shaughnessy Play-Offs for the Greenbelt Little League Baseball pennant. Mel Taylor’s Legionnaires made it two straight over the Indians, Wednes- dya, August 27, by a score of 11 to 4 to eliminate Chet Speziale’s plucky Papooses. Co-Op found greater resistance from the Green- belt Bowling Alleys nine, advanc- ing into the finals after full three games.

Tuesday’s game (August 26) was the only game of the preliminary play-offs to go the regulation six innings and resulted in a 3-2 Co-Op victory over thd Bowlers. The other three contests on this report were called on account of darkness after various stages of legal play at four or more stanzas.

Jim Ewing’s Pinspillers put to- gether a pair of hits and a walk off Wes Hogan plus a couple of infield errors to score twice in the second inning of Tuesday’s game. Freddie Slaugh yielded one of these back to Co-Op in the fourth inning without'a hit. Wildness was his downfall in the last period when Sam Barron got the only Co- Op hit of the game after a walk. Another freebie filled the ‘bases and still another forced in the ty- ing run. Skipper Ewing replaced Slaugh with Ronnie Néwman at this point and his four errant toss- es nudged in the winning run for Bernie Emmert’s boys.

Second baseman Bobby Huff was the fielding standout with four nice plays.on Bowler grounders throughout the game,

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Hogan and° Kelly; Slaugh, New- man 6th, and Mogavero.

An eight run_ second inning clinched things for the Legion in the first-mentioned 11-4 tilt with the Indians. Bill Sillaman was winning pitcher and Ellsworth By- ers the loser. Shortstop Ron Don- Bullian, half-pint-sized replica of pint-sized Phil “Scooter” Rizzuto, had a perfect two for two while Bobby Lovett’s 2 for 3 was two- thirds of the losers’ hits off Silla- man. Byer walked 13, Sillaman walked 11; strike-out went 6 and 9.

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Byers and Long, Dean 2nd, Eid- monds 3rd; Sillaman and P. John- son,

Ewing’s Pinspillers spilled Co- Op 11 to 2 Thursday evening to square their series one up. Ron- nie Newman squelched Emmert’s lads with but two hits. He walked 9 but the green toppers couldn't solve him with men on base. Jer- ry Sayers, Slaugh and Larry Mo-

gavero led the assault on losing ,

pitcher DeWayne Barron with 2 for 3’s. One of Slaugh’s hits was a booming homer high over the leftfield “More Bounce to the Ounce” barrier. ‘Ronnie Bussard added a triple to the ten hit at- tack on Barron. CO-OP


Barron and Kelly; Mogavero.

In the “rubber game” Friday evening Co-Op and the Bowlers ‘matched ten hits apiece but eleven Co-Op runs in the top of the third was decisive, 14 to 8 finally. Lew Castle and Davey Allen sparked the Emmert clan with 3 for 4's. Norman “Babe” Brooks, Newman, Ken Reamy and Sayers had two hits each off Lefty Allen. The big-

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Greenbelt, Maryland, Thursday, September 4, 1932

What Goes On

Thursday, Sept. 4 - 8:30; Co-op Nursery, 14 Parkway.

Saturday, Sept. 6 - Braden Field 105-lb. team Boys’ Club try- out.

Saturday, Sept. 6 - Izaak Walt- on Fishing Contest. Green- belt Lake.

Monday, Sept. 8 - First Day of School,

Tuesday, Sept. 9 - Greenbelt Men’s Major Bowling League, 7:15, Greenbelt Bowling Cen- ter.


Area Co-ops Plan Barbecue At Lake

Plenty of food and fun for the whole family will be the order of the day for Washington area co- operators at thé barbecue sponsor ed by the Potomac Cooperative Federation to be held Sunday, September 28, at 1:30 p.m., at the Greenbelt Lake.

The barbecue committee, under the chairmanship of -Helmuth Kern, promises games, boating, and square dancing as part of the program.

Potomac Cooperators, Inc., the grocery wholesale, will hold its annuai meeting at 11:30 a.m. in the Greenbelt Community Room, and those who wish to come early and attend the meeting are cordially invited to do so. Opportunity will also be given for tours of Green-> belt’s many. co-op facilitiés.

Barbecue tickets are available through the Federation office at 726 Jackson Place, N.W., Washing- ton 6, D. C. (Telephone REpub- lic 1078.) Please make reserva- tions promptly in order to assist the committee in their planning.

Anglers’ Luck

Angler Tom Snoddy and five of his cohorts spent a profitable twelve hours last Friday on a fish- ing trip to Lewes, Delaware.

Sailing on the good ship “Sea Crest,” under Captain Woody Trader, the hardy fisherman trav- elled 35 miles out into the ocean.

It took them four hours to reach the fishing grounds, but they came back laden with 7 albacore and 318 black bass. At last report, at least six local families are dining on deep-sea delicacies these days.

Se gest boy in the league hit the big- gest homer of Shaughnessy Play to date did First-sacker Reamy. The big lad’s three run drive in the bottom of the third was a dead- center poke, a towering fly that easily cleared the fence, just miss- ing the flagpole! It pulled the Bowlers’ tally up to respectability and somewhat eased the pain of defeat to Manager Ewing.

Little Pat Kelly is improving with every game as a_ catcher. Co-Op’s lead-off man hung on to everything in this game including a sharp third strike tip.

The finest fielding play of the series was turned in by one of its smallest competitors in the lower second inning. The Bowlers’ hara- hitting, all-round star Fred Slaugh banged a terrific liner over second --seemingly a sure hit. Poker- faced Bobby Huff took two quick steps to his right and lunged. He speared the drive backhanded over his head—a catch that “brought down the house.” The little key- stone guardian never changed ex- pression!

CO-OP 01112-14101 BOWLERS Allen and Kelly; Brooks, T.

Johnson 3rd and Mogavero.

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GVHC Meeting Set For Next Tuesday

The quarterly membership meet- ing of the Greenbelt Veteran Housing Corporation has been called for next Tuesday, Septem- ber 9, at 8:30 p.m. in the Greenbelt theater.

Agenda for the meeting include the elections of two directors, to fill vacancies presently existing on the board, and election of an in- terim audit committee lof thiree members. Suggestions or nomi- nations for these positions should be given to Donald Kern, chairman of the nominations and elections committee, at Greenbelt 5107.

The directors hope to present to the membership a contract-to-pur- chase, between GVHC and the Public Housing Administration, for ratification. Also under considera- tion will be an amendment to the ‘by-laws which was amended and tabled at: the meeting of July 29, concerning accessibility to the membership records of the cor- poration.

Band Offers Chance To Develop Talents

The Greenbelt Band and Major- ettes make up a community in- spired organization which provides the opportunity to any child in Greenbelt to master ‘the musicai instrument of his or her choice.

The Band and Majorettes have received wide recognition in per- formances in which they have -par- ticipated. Instruments are fur- nished by the band and instruction given under the guidance of Dana Garrett, band leader. Fees are nominal and there is a group for all classes.

Plans for the coming year are now being formulated and there are vacancies in all groups. If your child is interested, you may contact Mr, Andros, Gr 3612, or Mr.

Caruso, Gr 2158.

Boy’s Club Activities

By Lee

The baseball season is drawing to a close now with playofts in all age limits now in progress. The Midgets defeated Avondale last Wednesday, August 27, by a 7 to 2 score and then Friday, August 29, were defeated by Laurel 11 to 2; They will play Takoma Park at Fletcher Field Thursday and if they defeat that team they will have to defeat Laurel (which has not been beaten yet) twice as it is a double-loss elimination playoff, so you see the boys have their work cut out for them. They need all the support we can give them, so tome on out to Fletcher Field on Edmonston Road and root for them.

The Intermediates (Bluejays) will play Edmonston the first of a two-game playoff Wednesday, Sep- tember 3 at Snug Harbor at 5 p.m. They have to defeat Edmonston twice to win the County Champi- onship in their class, and it ‘will be a good job if they can do it as Edmonston has a good team and hasn’t been beaten as yet. Let’s hope the boys come. through.

The Oriole Juniors are out of the running for the County Champion- ship as they lost to Greenmeadows 5 to 4 in a heartbreaker Tuesday evening, September 2. This game was to decide the team to repre- sent their section in the county playoffs. If they had heen success- ful they .would -have played Ed- monston, the winner in their sec- tion. Greenbelt won the first half or the league play and Green- meadows won the second half— kence the playoff between them which Greenmeadows won. Looks like the competition in the county is getting toughter or the boys are slacking up a little; however there were some very good ball games during the season and a credit to any boys’ team,

Bus Schedules For Md. U. Students

The following schedule is print- ed for the benefit of University of Meryland students using the Greenbelt and Greyhound Bus lines to attend classes:


Arrive US 1

LV Greenbelt

6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:10 9:30

6:20 6:50 7:20 7:50 8:20 9:06 9 :20* Arrive Northway

Leave US 1 6:45 7:15 7:45 8:15 8:40 9:10 9:15* 9:35 9:45

*Last a.m. bus out of Greenbelt P.M,

6:35 7:05 7:35 8:05 8:30

Axrive U SI

2:20 2:30 3:00 3:05 90 3:40 50 4:00 :20 4:30 -50 5:00 90 5:30 5:50 6:00 :20 5:30 :50 7:00 7:30

LV Greenbelt Center

Leave Arrive US 1 Northway 2:36 2:45 3:05 3:15 3:40 3:45 4:05 4:15 4:35 4:45 5:05 5:15 5:35 5:45 §:05 6:15 6:35 6:45 7:05 7:15* 7:35 7:45 *Last p.m. bus out of Greenbelt.


A.M.—First bus 6:20—Then every half-hour until 9:20

P.M.—First bus 2:20—Then every half-hour until 6:20

Bus will arrive US 1 on the hour and half-hour

Bus will leave US 1 five and thirty- minutes past hour and arrive Northway fifteen and forty- five minutes past hour.

No bus on Sundays or Generai holidays

GREYHOUND LINES Arrives at Berwyn (Greenbelt Rd.) to Washington A.M. P.M, 6:34 3:09 6:49 3:32 7:04 4:04 7:19 4:34 7:34 4:53 8:00 5:09 8:34 5:34 9:04 5:49 9:32 6:09 10:09 6:34 6:49 7:09 “ioe 8:04

9 cents Summer Really Over- School Starts Monday

School will begin at Center and North End schools at 9 am. on Monday, September 8, for the first through the sixth grades. Chil- dren will report to the same rooms they were in last year. Dismissal on the first day will be around 10:30. During September, first- graders will be dismissed for the day at 12 noon; beginning the first of October and continuing throughout the rest of the school year, first-graders will be dismiss- ed at 2:30. Dismissal time for the

-other grades after the first day

will be 3:30 p.m.

Kindergarten classes in both Center and North End schools will begin on Monday, September 15.

Members of the temporary Safe- ty Patrol at North End school will meet in the auditorium at 8:25 on Monday, September 7 before they report to their posts at 8:40. Par- ents are requested not to send their children from home before the Patrol goes on duty.

A Safety Patrol meeting for thé Center School will be held Friday, September 5 at 4 p.m. in the cafe- teria, for all Patrol: personnel.

Jr. High Hours

Junior High school students this year have a real treat in store. They will be dismissed at 3:15 each day instead of at 3:30. This means an hour and a quarter each week, or five hours a month, of free time (for study). ‘The reason for this early dismissal time is to facilitate the ‘bus transportation problem. Bus transportation in the morn- ing will run on the same schedule as last year.

School starts Monday, Septem- ber 8, Children who were in the junior high school last year will report to their old homerooms. New children from the North End school will report to room 111, and new children from the Center school will report to room 102.

The school this year will have 38 teachers, two more than last year.

t is estimated that there will be approximately 125 more students, for a total of about 920.

Co-op Kindergartens Open September [5th

Kindergarten, classes will ‘begiri at North End and Center Schools

on .Monday, September 15. There will be two sessions: the morning session will be.from 9 until 11:30; the afternoon session from 1 to 3:30. For the first few days, how- ever, shorter sessions will be held.

Children whose birthdays fall on or between July 1 and December 31 will attend the morning session; children whose birthdays fall on or between January 1 and June 30 will attend in the afternoon. After school opens, changes may be made in order to keep classes as even in number as possible.

The first month’s tuition has been paid and the last month’s tuition of $8 is due September 15. This payment will cover the last month a child attends kindergarten. Pay- ments for North End School may be made to Mrs. Coleman, 11-D Hillside; for the Center School, to Mrs. Buckwalter, 35-F Ridge. Reg- istrations are still being accepted by Mrs. Coleman, Greenbelt 8069, and Mrs. Brautigam, Greenbelt 716, The telephone number of Mrs. Opie Stage, president, has been changed to Greenbelt 7506.

The Izaak Walton fishing contest has been postponed to Saturday, September 6, as well as the drawing for prizes on the raffie tickets.



AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER OUR PURPOSE: , 1. To report Greenbelt news fully, fairly and accurately.

2. To serve the best interests of the cooperative movement.

Janice Solet, Editor i, J. Parker, Associate Editor Doris A. Mednick, News Editor E. DonBullian, Marion Hatton, George C. Reeves, Eleanor Ritchie, Aimee Slye, Morris J. Solomon, Peggy Winegarden, Mary Jane Zust, David Reznikoff, Ralph G. Miller, Carolyn Miller, Harry Zubkoff, Bill Moore, Miriam Solomon, Miriam G. Johnson.

Jennie Klein, Business Manager Pau! Kasko, Staff Photographer

Sidney Spindel, phone 6346 Jim O’Neill, phone 4657 Advertising Representative . Subscription Manager

Jim O’Neill, phone 4657, Circulation Manager The Greenbelt Cooperator is published every Thursday by the Green- belt Cooperative Pub. Ass’n., Inc., 14 Parkway, Greenbelt, Md., a non- profit organization. Produced by a volunteer staff since November, 1937. Subscription rate, $2.00 per year by mail. Delivered free in Greenbelt. Advertising may be submitted by mail or delivered to the Greenbelt Tobacco Store or Tne Cooperator Office, phone Greenbelt 3131. Editorial offices open after 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesday, and Wednesdays. News

deadline 10:30 p.m. of the Tuesday preceding publication.

Vol. 17 Thursday, September 4, 1952 No. 3

Co-op Nursery Parents Meet Tonight At School

At 8:30 tonight, September 4, parent-members of the Greenbelt Cooperative Nursery School will meet in its schoolroom at 14 Park- way for final registration and dis-

cussion of plans for the coming year. . All interested parents are invited to attend, see the school and get acquainted with its opera-

JCC Reopens Schools

The Jewish Community Cen- ter announces it will again conduct a Sunday School and Hebrew School for the children of Greenbelt and the nearby communities. Registration for both schools will be held at the Center School on Sunday, Sep- tember 7, between the hours of 10-11 a.m,

The Sunday School is open to children of kindergarten age or

tion: Refreshments will be served.

over. Classes are conducted Call Mrs. Carolyn Miller at 2617 or every Sunday at the Center Mrs, Anita Bickford at 5221 for School. The first session will

further information. be held on Sunday, September 14 at 10 a.m.

The Hebrew School is open to children 10 years of age or over. Classes will be held twice week- ly, taught by Rabbi C. Wald- man.

Interested residents may call Mrs. Florence Bloom, 7821, or Mrs. Ethel Fisher, 2666.


Mrs. Bickford, the president, has pointed out the fact that the $8.50 monthly tuition means an hourly charge of but fifteen and a half cents an hour. With all the bene- fits of an accredited nursery school thrown in, this appears to com- pare favorably with what a baby- sitter charges.

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were Mrs. John Newman and Mrs. Irene Mullin, fformerly of Greenbelt.

Second Lieutenant Paul E. Run- nion, son of Mrs, Helen F.. Carey, of 2-Q Gardenway, Greenbelt, is now attending an Artillery Fire

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Radio theory, radar theory, elec- tricity, and the repair and mainte- nance of radar equipment will be stressed in Lieutenant Runnion’s 33 weeks of study. The Maryland cfficer is a former student of the University of Maryland Law School.

Dr. and Mrs. Louis H. Moody, Jr., of 5-F Eastway, announce the birth of a third son, Dennis Brian

roody, August 31. The baby weighed six pounds, seven ounces at birth.

Rev. and Mrs. Patrick H. Wil- liams, of 49-D Ridge Road, recent- ly observed their 30th wedding an- niversary. Rew. and Mrs, Wil- liams have three sons, two daugh- ters, and four grandchildren,

Former Greenbelter Jack Cor- win, who has been appearing in little theater productions in and arcund Washington, will play in the well known musical “On Your Toes” coming to the Olney Thea- ter next Tuesday for a short run. According to reliable information, Corwin will be cast as “an old

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Friday, September 5 - Lydia Guild meets at the Church, 8 p.m.

Sunday, September 7 - 9:45 a.m., Sunday School for all ages. Ray- mond Carriere, superintendent. Adult Bible Class considering ‘‘The Christian and His Country.” 11 a.m., Divine Service with the ser- mon by the Vicar on Luke 10, 25-37, “Who is My Neighbor?”

Monday, September 8 - Kinder- garten class begins in oe Courem, 9 a.m.


Friday, September 4: First Fri- day of the month. Mass at 7 a.m. Holy Communion is —_ distribut- ed at 6:45 a.m.

Saturday: Confessions 3 ‘to 5:30 p.m. for children, 7 to 9: 30 p.m. for adults.

Sunday: Masses, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30

‘and 11 a.m. Nursery for pre-school

children begins this Sunday, will be held during the 11 a.m. Mass only. This Sunday is Holy Com- munion Sunday for. members of the Sodality at the 7:30 a.m. Mass. Members of the Junior ‘Sodality will receive Communion at. the 8:30 a.m. Mass.

Baptisms: Sunday, 1 pm. Any- one wishing to have a baby bap- tized should notify Father Dowgi- allo beforehand,

Wednesday: Novena Services fol- lowed by Benediction of the Bless- ed Sacrament at 8 p.m.

Beginning Monday, September 8, St. Hugh’s School will be on its regular schedule. School begins at 9 a.m. and closes at 2:30 p.m.

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Worship and sermon by the Pas- tor, 11 a.m. The public is cordial- ly invited.


’52 Flood Drive

The BOY’S CLUB reiterates the announcement of the current drive for funds for the operation of the club and its activities for the com- ing year. Only through the con- tributions of voluntary members of the Boy’s. Club can Greenbelt boys have an opportunity to play the sporting games they like under supervision. An adult member of the club accompanied by one of the boy members will call at each home for contributions starting Monday, September 8. He will an- swer any questions you may have, and will explain how the funds collected are used and how your contribution will help the boys themselves.

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Reception for Rabbi

A reception for Rabbi C. H. G. Waldman will be held after the Friday night services, September 12, in the social room of the Cen- ter School, at 8:30 p.m.


GREENBELT MOTORS - your nearest used car dealer, GR-4466. FOR FRESH FLOWERS to suit any occasion call Beh Flowers, College Park, UNion 1300. Free de-


MOVING & STORAGE - FURNI- ure, Freight, or Express. Anything, anywhere, anytime, Bryan Motor Express, Call Greenbelt 8341.

TELEVISION AND RADIO sales and service ON ALL MAKE SETS; antennae installation. YOUR LO- CAL G.-E. dealer, QUALITY AP- PLIANCE CoO., 8137 BALTIMORE BLVD., COLLEGE PARK, WAr- field 7317.

LOCAL WASHING MACHINE service -. Automatic and conven- tional models expertly repaired. Reasonable. Guaranteed. Free esti- mate. Phone Gr. 4063. NOTE NEW NUMBER 4063.

; e ed Professional Electronics Engi- neerg will repair, overhaul or con- vert all types and models of tele- vision receivers. Radio Repair service also, CALL GREENBELT 6632. —Also 4082.

HELP WANTED - part-time, ex- perienced or inexperienced, for Drug Store Lunch Counter. Ap- ply at GCS office or to Mr. Palmer at Drug Store.

WANTED: Riders to vicinity of 3rea and C St., N.W. Hours: 8:30 or 9 to 5:30. Call Greenbelt 5151, FOR SALE - 1941 Studebaker Commander 4-dr Sedan, S.C.&H. $290. Gr-4556 at 59-E Ridge.

FOR SALE - 4 fWirestone tires-"

800x15, two with excellent tread. The others can be recapped. Also three like new tubes. 9-P Research Rd. Phone 7351. WANTED - Ride between Green- belt and Quantico Marine Base. Contact Mr. Humphries, 8-H Park- way Rd., or phone Gr-7511

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SIGNS, showcards, posters and il- lustrations. Call Gr. 4911, or see Dan Kosisky.

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Dance Group Organizes

Parents interested in enroll- ing their daughters in the mod- ern dance group are invited to meet at the home of Mrs, Ralph G. Miller, 9-J Ridge, next Mon- day, September 8, at 2 p.m.

The third year of the dance group will be organized at this

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The group, composed fo girls from five to thirteen, has been sponsored by the North End PTA. Teacher for the first two years was Hivélyn Davis, direc- tor of the Dance Playhouse in Washington, and last year, Mrs. Hicks, a pupil of Miss Davis.

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SHEER . 99c % | : PRUNE JUICE qt. 29¢

Business as FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM ee? os. Best Can Fish Value 60-guage Super Seg SHEER pr. 1,29 A hE , BONITA | 21c ab ‘od Y PABSTETT

SPUN NYLON pr. 79¢ 4 Yy ) CHEESE FOOD 2 Ib. loaf &5¢ Rib Sox-Leng Wearing Ps Lies TNT Brand 8 07. Tin


White - easy on the feet | NBC


Mercerized Cotton : OLD VIRGINIA ; ARGYLE SOCKS pr. AQo& a seer STR AWBERRY : SISTER JAM 59¢ 3 CRACKERS Soft Spun - Triple Roli ene 2 Lb. Jar LB. 2 Q C

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Box Varieties - 12 02.


50 cc - Reg. $3.51 .

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24° era 6] Sirloin STEAK |b. 89% Insulin NPH U40

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POWDER _* Ib. 93¢ lb, 79¢ HOMICEBRIN FITCH SHAMPOO nde ee ; 3.19 Oz. Pennsylvania

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15 oz. tube or jar BN CO a PASCAL A P P L E S Gl ROE. Cae SS TISSUES f CELERY ‘8. 10 LBS. 37c

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