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■ Greenblet 1 s Own T . . n l/ _ , (JJ Publ&shed Fy , Newspaper _ Lte be Vol. 1, No. 5 . •:• , .Published Every Wednesday y Jfrffi.-,., .. ; v ! . ; COOPSRATOR WISHES YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS X' X jjn | , . . . ~ ' ' ' -•• f' \ jSaturday we celebrate our first Christmas Day together / ' ( K .4! in G reen belt. This truly an occasion for rejoicing 1\ 4 4; AA ./ because, in Greenbelt, perhaps more significantly than * /w\ // , V '-w* V in any other community in -the United States, we are y v4^ 'Jr I' welded together with a common bond and a common, purpose. * X y/ I Ours is an adventure in pioneering a new way of life / a life more closely in accord with the ideals and t>ro- If i.p) phetic aspirations of Jesus—Master Teacher—born in ft /s\\v) the humble surroundings of a manger One Thousand Nine /X Hundred and Thirty- Seven Years Ago. With the Christ 4* ' .V j. Child of Bethlehem a greater faith in Humanity was born. . \w\ Toda y tbie of Mersy and Truth shines brightly a- , jMll cross the Earth—and its beams reach into many a heart. x ] •* n G**eenbelt, while we celebrate. Christmas., together, /^TT^KI jwe shall know that Beauty is not lost in the world; ■* SUPER-MARKET OPENS- IK GREENBELT • WITH APPROPRIATE- CEREMONIES The opening of Greenbeltts own super food mart was enthusiastically celebra ted Wednesday a week ago, with bright .lights, free .ice cream and speeches! The only feature lacking for the occa# sion was a brass .band. 1 •• Beneath a cluster of flood-lights a happy throng surveyed with pride the spick T and 7 span shelves stocked row.on. ' row flfh fresh supplies, .Perhaps &QSt heartily appreciated wa§ the Tong wuite t counter of the meat department. Mr. Cumly Richie, officiating as ice cream dispenser for the youngsters threatened to steal the show. In the long line of faces before him, the same face was seen more than once. •:Robert - E. Jacobsen, Assistant Manager ,”of G. C. S,. I.*, presided and introduced * Continued on Page - Two' TOWi; COUNCIL HOLDS SECOND MEETING TO ADOPT RULES AND PLAN PROGRAM The Town Council met Monday night, December 13, in the council chamber of the Administration Building for the pur pose of adopting standing rules. Sherrod E. East, Chairman of the Rules Committee, introduced eighteen rules for Council procedure. -These were taken from the rules used by the United States Senate, and modified to meet the needs of the Greenbelt Council. They were unanimously adopted. The Council petitioned the Farm Se curity Administration calling attention to inadequate transportation and the need for definite action to alleviate this situation at' once. The budget for the fiscal' year be ginning January 1, 1938 has not been com -Continued On Page Two ’