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To Submit Grievances Monday evening at the Civilian Defense Corps meeting, a spokes man for the Auxiliary Firemen presented a letter listing their grievances and complaints as a defense unit. However, after some discussion, the letter was with drawn to he revised and resubmit ted at the next Corps meeting where the matter wiil be taken up, discussed in full and disposed of. The tone of the meeting gave every indication that the matter will be satisfactorily concluded ..l the next meeting of the corps. The Auxiliary Firemen an nounced that the money derived from their bake sale some time ago will be presented to the Civ.l ian Defense Corps for deposit in the general funds. Spokesman for the auxiliaries was Mr. John Marshall. Swimming Pool Is Open During July Greenbelt’s swimming pool will continue in operation during the month of July, according to a re port from Mrs. Doris Armstrong of the Recreation Department. Sufficient chemicals have been secured for the treatment of the water for at least one more month and it is hoped that the pool may be kept open during the entire swimming season. Admission rates will continue the same as during the past month. A concrete walk is being laid along the outside of the fences surrounding the swimming pool. Due to the large number of per sons who have been standing out side the pool to watch the swim mers the grass has been trampled away. The new walk is expected to improve the appearance con siderably. ARP Unit* (Continued from Page 1) At 5 p.m., a picnic luncheon, prepared by the band’s parents board, vid be offered for sale. The hope was expressed by Band Manager S. H. Downs that this year’s food concession will be as successful as last year’s. Band Not Marching The Greenbelt Community Band and the Feeder Band, combined, will not march in the parade, ac cording to Mr. Downs, but will play as the parade passes the shop ping Center, and will then as semble at the handball court and give a 45-minute concert, preced ing int awarding of prizes and addresses. The parade will start at 7 p.m. All participating units are requested to be at the assembly point at Westway anil Crescent Road between 6 and 6:30 p.m. so that the parade will start prompt ly. From there in appointed ol der the units will march down Crescent Road, around the Center, and into the west parking lot where the parade will disband. The order of the parade, as it known to date, will be as follows: The grand marshall. Mayor Allen D. Morrison, Auxiliary and Regular Policemen, American Le gion Color Bearers, Air Raid Wardens, Minute Men, Auxiliary and Regular Firemen, Medical Service Unit in full, Boy Scouts. Civilian Defense Messengers, Girl Scouts—and their float. American Legion float and the children in various costumes, tricycles, doll carriages, wagons and bicycles. Rally at Handball Court At the end of the parade every one will proceed to the hand bail courts where the band will give a concert and speeches to top the day’s events will be presented by Town Manager Roy S. Braden and Arthur Rysticken, commander of the Civilian Defense Corps. Following this awards and prizes will be presented by Mrs. Sophie Rogers. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the afternoon races and to the best patriotic costume worn by a youngster in the parade (Uncle Sam, Miss Liberty, etc.), beet decorated float, best wagon, deco rated tricycles, doll carriage and best decorated bicycle. All prizes will be in defense stamps and ap proximately SIOO will be disbursed for various awards. Judges will be Wilmer Pierce Johnston. Maiy Margaret Dean and Mrs. Merton Smith. In connection with the Medical Corps activity for the day thexe will be a medical service display in the pharmacist’s window of the drug store. Mayor of Quito. Ecuador Praises Greenbelt Dr. Mortensen, mayor of Quito, Ecuador, and president of the Municipal Association of Ecuador, visited Greenbelt last Monday. He is serving his third term as mayor of the city, and was invited to the United States to visit our cities and to study the operation of local government in this country. Town Manager Roy S. Braden, who was host to Dr. Mortensen, said that the distinguished visitor was particularly interested in housing because of the need for housing in his native Ecuador. Dr. Mortensen indicated that he was deeply impressed by his three hour visit here. He particularly referred to the way in which Greenbelt had its residential areas, shopping center, and recre ational facilities located. He expressed himself as pleased to know that this was a cooper ative community. WARTIME^J' *^l Hundreds of Budget Stretcher Tar“Y ANKLETS Items are always available at one Lot of your Variety Store ' Special Numbers Below we list a few: 10c pair I I B. V. D. 1 •I SWIM TRUNKS GREENBELT THEATRE Tops in Quality and Fit save for reference 1 t* 2 " • ~ = Sunday and Monday, July 5-6 i i Other Makes From 49c P. lane-r. Cummings “SABOTEUR” r* A A Hitchcock drama MEN S SAN F Sun. Cont. # 3: Last complete show 9: Mon. 7: 9: r Tuesday and Wednesday, July 7- 8 \VVv\ DOUBLE FEATURE u; HI IQTnM lIT | “ALL THAT MONEY CAN BUY” Drama i and ~ ~ R. BOLGER “FOUR JACKS AND A JILL” Sturdy Week End Cases . . . 1.49 comedy 7: 8:30 Colorful BATH MATS and Thursday and Friday, July 9-10 COVER SETS .... 1.09 \ r i nA ™ c j “MEN IN HER LIFE” White Enamel KACKb and your Comedy drama choice Six Tumblers . set 87c c romero c. landis „ A “GENTLEMAN AT HEART” Jergens TOILET SOAP . 4 21c 7: s : 3o Saturday, July 11 CONGOLEUM “ Gold Seal ” DOLBLE FEATURE J. COOPER-S FOSTER Dl IC.C “GLAMOUR BOY” INUwO Comedy AND 9x 12 9x 10 7 l / 2 x 9 6x9 B crawford -p. moran 6.49 . 5.69 4.19 3.29 “NORTH TO THE KLONDIKE” = Celt. 2:45 Last complete show 8:30 GREENBELT CONSUMER SERVICES, Inc. GREENBELT COOPERATOR Administration Office Has Lost and Found Articles The following lost and found articles may be claimed at the Greenbelt Administration Office any time between 8 a. m. and 4 :30 p. m. jJuly 1 through July 15. Blue gabardine bonnet, red white and blue parka hood, Chil dren’s red purses, child’s pink chenille purse (doll’s face), baby doll. Navy Yard pass book, child’s dress (size 2), blue wool vest (boy’s), brown imitation beaver muff, black seal muff, brown cor duroy cap, child’s figured apron (found in playground), child’s knitted tan sweater (swimming pool), girl’s blue wool sweater —- long sleeves (swimming pool), gold locket and chain, and gold prayer book locket and chain. Bryant Begins (Continued from Page 1) office boxes must specifically re quest them, as the delivery service has been started automatically for all homes. About 50 persons have already asked for continued box rentals. Boxes not kept in use will be removed. The space now taken by these boxes will be need ed for new filing cases and work tables, Mr. Bryant said. Local Postage Raised With the change from a third class to a second class post office Greenbelt’s local postage rate goes up to two cents for letters. Although the new classification permits the introduction of postal savings Mr. Bryant said no ar rangements would be made for ac counts unless there was a suffi cient demand for such service. War bonds and stamps and the Greenbelt Credit Union offer sav ings facilities for residents here which may make postal savings unnecessary. Friday, July 3, 1942 Defense Housing (Continued from Page 1) mud or dust, and that the yards made an eyesore of an otherwise attractive community. Mr. Ry sticken explained that the J A J Construction Company, upon bid ding on the contract, insisted that all sums paid them would be used on the construction of the houses, thus insuring the maximum of durability and variety of con struction. Additional funds were provided, he said, for the land scaping. New residents, when approach ed on the subject, expressed their disappointment at the delay, but happiness at the fact that the job had finally begun. Warden’s Armbands Here Arm bands for Greenbelt’s air raid wardens have arrived and are, going to be distributed by the block wardens right away, Chief Warden George Panagoulis an nounced Wednesday.