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Greenbelts Own • ' L_ Published by Newspaper Greenbelt<jj'|g g l fl fld its Citizens Vol. 1,-Mo. 2 ■ Published Every Wednesday December 1. 1937 COUNCIL HOLDS FIRST MEETING; DRAFTS SOMKUNITY PROGRAM • \ P • • m\ • Elects Chairman and Appoints Town Manager| -Reporter Lists Qualifications of Re pr e sentrat iv e s The nev/ly created town council held its first -meeting Monday night •at the Council Room in the Adminis tration building here. The nomination of a chairman who would serve the community as Mayor •9 mm Continued on Page Two ‘ t _ ° RADIO COMMENTATOR JOINS PAPEPf OFFERING NEWS: TIPS Our weekly has just acquired a radio reporter. Arthur Diekonaan*s comment o*n the air waves will, be in structive to anyone whp li-s&sns.. . , t Don*t ask.us tg add % a child".coun sellor to o*ur staff, nor a psychi atrist. The world*s full of these and ye*t to find tv/o of. these high-brow experts who could agree upon anything. The Cooperator is drawing into its ranks competent talent from many sources. We are not complaining, mind you, but we*ve yet to dis cover a reliable meteorologist in Greenbelt v/ho will give a written guarantee with his weather report for such prognostications as he or she is willing to make. * * • > % CREDIT UNION TO SPONSOR MEETING .HERE SATURDAY NU HT National Association Experts Comkig to Greenbelt to Set up Non ' profit Banking System Dec*4 The Credit Union National- Asso ciation announces that its repre sentatives, Tom Doig and Dora Max well will* meet with Greenbelt cit izens at the School Auditorium Sat urday at 8 p.m., December 4th* - Tho Credit Union will be a coop- Continuod on Pago Nine ".GREENBELT SCIENTIST RECOVERS: 1 •. .RETURNS TO WORK IN DISTRICT *Recontly Bernard Axelrod, 33 J Ridge Road, suffered second degree - burns on his right hand when a ben zine burner exploded at the nutri tion laboratory of the National In stitute of Health, where Axelrod is employed. Tlie young Greenbelt scientist is well on the. way toward complete re covery. Yet such an accident graphically reminds us of the* risks ■ which our bacteriologists- in the U.S. Public Health Service take # from day to day. John P. Murray*of 33 P Ridge Road a laboratory technician, in the div ision of Serology at the same in stitution, has been driving Axel rodVs’car to and fran Washington in order to adsist his Greenbelt friend.