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Hi, Neighbor! Greenbclt’s newcomers since Aug ust 26 are: Clifton A. Hendricks, 18-A Park way. Gilbert E. Read, 43-E Ridge. George I)’ Esposito, 13-Q Ridge. Hen O. Sheldon, 24-C Crescent. J. D. McEaddy, 1-G Gardenway. William Feller, 18-D Crescent. Edward Orban, 28-E Crescent. Florence Liberman, 10-M Park way. Arthur Greenstein, 28-D Cres cent. Lillian E. Blomster, 10-F Park way. Lars Haug, 4-J Ridge. Virgie Harcum, 14-L Parkway. Emily Clinard, 14-G Parkway. Henry Bochner, 2-6 Gardenway. Alice Hitchcock, 13-K Parkway. Doris R. Seigworth, 13-H Par way. Philip J. Carroll, 3-C Parkway. Walter J. Kilroy, 24-Q Ridge. Robert A. Freidin, 34-J Ridge. Gerald F. Conley, 20-K Ridge. George J. Kabat, 2-P Garden way. Leslie G. Taylor, 5-A Ridge. Edward M. Gray. 16-W Ridge. John Burton Smith, 36-J Ridge. We sure hope they like it here. Good-bye, good-luck! Lawrence L. Pruitt, 2-N Gar denway. Jerome S. Houck, 5-E Parkway. Robert W. Edwards, 16-F Park way. Allen Perry Lovejoy, 4-D Cres cent. Sol Shub, 4-J Ridge. Franklin L. Betz, Jr., 40-F Cres cent. Frank A. Thompson, 34-J Ridge. Lee R. Self, 18-Y Ridge. E. Ralph Cross, 13-Q Ridge. John V. Michaelis, 2-P Garden way. Florenc Hartwig, 13-H Parkway. Walter Henshaw, 5-A Ridge. Jack L. Oestreicher, 16-W Ridge. Philip Stoak, 13-K Parkway. Francis X. Lynch, 21-F Park way. Julian M. Ashley, 1-G Garden way. Henry Bochner, 12-B Crescent. Dena L. Dworsky, 10-F Park way. Wiliam Curtis Rice, 36-J Ridge. Arthur V. Farrall, 24-Q Ridge. Harold W. Norton, 32-A Cres cent. George E. De Jardins, 6-A Ridge. Our best wishes go to the above old timers who left Greenbelt dur ing. the past few weeks. Transportation Exchange Passengers Wanted Transportation is available to vicinity of Oth and Pennsylvania Avenue; hours 8 to 4:30.’ Call Greeenbelt 5601. Rides Wanted To vicinity of the Longfellow Building at Connecticut and Rhode Island Avenues. NW. The hours are 8:45 to 5:15, to 12:45 Satur days. Walter Hnatysh, 12-E Crescent Road; office phone— Executive 4160, extension 381. Leaving downtown Washington 7:30 or Bp. m. Call at 54-B Crescent Road. To vicinity of Thomas or Logan Circles; hours 8:45 to 5:15 week days. to 12:45 Saturdays. Joe Sheriff, 3E Parkway; office phone —Executive 4160, extension 350. Drivers Wanted Help form a driver's pool— have 2 already, and a parking per mit. To go to ICC building at 12th and Constitution Avenue; hours 8:30 to 5:15. See Harold Uhrig. 16-C Parkway. I want to pool my car with ano thei driver or ride with some one Hours are 7:45 a. m. (leave Green belt) to 8 p. m. (leave Washing ton), vicinity of 14th and L sts. H. W. Miller, phone 5686. PORTRAITS AS LOW AS 35c ■ • Copies Made • Enlargements PAUL R. KASKO 9-K RIDGE RD. Orchestra Hours Changed Professor Henri Sokalov, direc tor of the string orchestra, has changed the hours for lessons to Friday evenings from 6 to 9 o’clock. Mr. Sokalov teaches both group and private lessons at this rime in room 123 of the Elemen tary School. |G.P. I VERSE N COMPANY! GREENBELT FEDERAL | Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables | CREDIT UNI^)N t 1211 —1213 Maine Ave., S. W. * * Washington, D, C. f , Greenbelt’s Only Credit Institution. | National 1125 —6—7—B—9 % % | ROOM 200 HOURS 1 TO 7 P. M. % SUPPLIERS TO YOUR FOOD STORE % OVER DRUG STORE (except Wednesday) At Your Variety Store Remember—lt Is Open Until 9:00 o’clock Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings for Your Convenience 1. . - ' Soft and Fluffy fa f MEITC CIIIDTC I m knitting Yarns White - Colored At Present We (nJ vfs I 11® Sanforized Have A Good \ f * MM® Cut Full ** fr "" Ladies White and Tea Rose. 1 year Guarantee SLIPS - *1.29 i SHEETS - First Quality t, p-s-J Guaranteed 4 years normal use ; - /^T\ 128 Threads to square inch. /JfcMjfcft Hgl&i 81x90 $1.39 72x99 $1.29 ANKLETS for All jljM m. couoXvon i||f Ladies’ Umbrellas 4 r-x aa- Or ft Rayon Taffetas - Oil Silks IW m ZSP pr. : Flowered and Prints *1.49 UES OUR “LAY-A-WAY” PLAN FOR YOUR BLANKETS All Of Our Prices Conform To O. P. A. Ceiling Regulations. GREENBELT CONSUMER SERVICES, Inc. GREENBELT COOPERATOR Police Boys’ Club Drive The Prince Georges County Police Boys Club started its an nual drive for funds Monday, Sep tember 14, announcing a goal of 812,000. This is considerable low er than last year’s figure which was not attained. In the near future members of the Greenbelt Auxiliary police will | be calling on Greenbelt for dona tions. A contest is being held among the County’s auxiliary Po lice and the member securing the greatest number of memberships and the one raising the largest a mount of money will each receive a $25 War Bond. Friday, September 18, 1942 Classified Ads FOR SALE —’34 Buick r. . coupe, fine condition, 6 exception al 7.00x16 tires. $135 cash. W. H. Rogers, 26-C Crescent, after 6. FOUND—A sum of money near Valet Shop. Call at police office.