April 1979

vOLUME ll NUMBER 14 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF CABIN JOHN AND BEYOND APRIL 1979 CABIN JOHN COMMUNIT~ RUMMAGE SALE MAY 12 CIVIC LEADER IS HONORED Are you looking for a … lawnmower fishing rod ant~ique calculator brown derby child’s bike gas stove old fashioned radio chest…7 Every spring, Cabin John empties its closets attics, basements and sheds to create the largest communitY rummage saleever. In i past years, mink coatS, antique china, a kayak, bone-handled knives and even first edition books have been mold. Benefitting the Cabin John pro-school pro~ gram, the sale will be held from lOa.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, ~y 12 at Clara Barton Elementary School, All are invited – rain or shine – to emjoy the food, take a pony r~de, and discover unexpected bargainsA (Rummage is still being collJcted! Call Rita Burke 229-8857 or Susan Gelb 229- 5851) NOMINATIONS MADE FOR ASSOC. OFFICERS The nominating committee of the Cabin John Citizens Association has submitte~ the following slate of officers for the 1979-1980 year. All of these people have given their Consent to be nomina- ted and to serve if elected. President – Allen VanEmmerik ist Vice-Pr.-George Bingham 2nd Vice-Pr.-Stephanie Becker Recording Sec.- Panya Duff • Correspond. Sec. – Diana Lee Treasurer- Matt Stuart Elections will be held at the May meeting. ‘ Other nominations shouldbe presented to the Association at tthe April meeting. Frank McKinney, an active citizen in the Cabin John community, was honored at Friends Day at Gibson Grove AME Zion Church on April l, 1979. Friends Day is an annual event at the church. The congre@a- tion honors those members who exemplify fellowship through dedication, charity and hard work. The honor came as a complete surprise to Frank McKinney. With his entire family in attendance, Mr. McKinney was;deeply moved. He described the experience as being “one of the most pleasant experiences I have ever had. It was totally unexpected.” The Village News would like to congratu- late Frank on the honor and t hank the Gibson Grove AME Zion Church for recog- nizing an individual who assists senior citizens with transportation needs and home repair, counsels and works with young people in Cabin John, serves on Cabin John Citizens Association committees and pro- vides support to many Citizen Association activities. EMERGENCY SHELTER FOSTER HOMES NEEDED There is an urgent and immediate need for additional emergency shelter foster homes for children between infancy and seventeen years of age. Children Come from county ~ families experiencing crises, such as the illness of a parent, marital problems, or adjustment problems of the child. Pla6ement is for less than sixty days. The age of a child that shelter parents prefer to work with is taken into consideration. Shelter families are available for place- ments at all hours, can respond to the needs of a troubled child and respond to the needs of a troubled child. Emergency shelter payments are made. If you or some- one you know is interested in more informa- tion, call Foster Care Homefinding 468-4278 or Honand Cappie Morgan320-3269. i TIlE VILLAGE NEWS QIIIII  IIII I II£ PASTIES*MEATS*CARRY-OUT! GROCERIES *BREAKFAST*LUNCH MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 6:30 am to 6:00 pm THE VILLAGE NEWS DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES: Full page $40.00 2/3 page $30.00 1/2 page $25.00 1/3 page $15.00 1/6 page $10.00 1/12 page $ 6.00 ~* @ @~* @ @e @ @ ~ a* a~@@@@@ @@ a*~*@@~ @ @~@ @@@ @@ @ The VILLA GE NEWS is published monthly in Cabin John, Manyla~. Subscriptions areS4. O0 per year for non:~esidents and free to Cabin John residents. Mail all arficles, inquiries, suggestions letters and subscriptions {with payment) to: The Editor THE VILLAGE NEWS Post Office Box 164 Cabin John, Ma~land 20731 ********************************** !J;L: ……… !_II:~IL- \I~’,~,_~. ) Bobbi Stuart, Editor (229-6931) Judy Green, Circ. Mgr. Janet Dence, Bus. Mgr. SENIOR CITIZENS If you would like information about o Discoumt Cards’ o Clubs & Organizations o TaxCredits, Rent Rebates, o Paralegal Help o Telephone & Personal Visits o Job & Volunteer Opportunities o Health Care, Housing, Transportation o Voter Registration o Special Lunch & Fun Groups, call 279-1057, Montgomery County Div. of Elder Affairs. REMINDER CABIN JOHN CITIZENS ASSOC IATION MEETING TUESDAY, APRIL 24 8:00 CLARA BARTON SCHOOL BD CLA:RK SON .e~_Tio -z~it,’~rc:~=~q~l – omovIng, ohaullng tyard work :t-ea~s, cDna~e PLACE YOUR AD in this paper. 50¢ a line, payable in ad- vance. Deadline is the lOth of May for the May edition. Mail to P.O. box 164, Cabin John, Md. 20751 or call the editor at 229-6931. ARTISTIC LANDSCAPES Judi Novick, Designer. Distinctive outdoor and indoor landscape design plans. Full installa- tion service also available. Call about our reasonable rates. 229-1450. FOR SALE Coleman Kerosene Space ~eater w/275 gal. tank installed & working no~ Will heat 2000 8q.ft. $150 CallBob Randall 862-6610(day) 229-2007(eve ). LAWNCUTTING call Edward Matthews 229-2282. SINGLE MOTHER w/ 2 boys aged 5 and 9, wants to share fur- nished house w/ other single parent & child. 2 bdrms, w/ bath for exclusive use. Share rest of living areas. Baunockburn. Call eves. or late noon 229-0496. LAWN CARE Good price. Call Steve 229-5605 . SALE Galvanized chain link fence 6′ x i00′ w/ posts, rails, couplings, 2 gates. Used 5 mos. Cost $425new, ~skixg $275 now. 229-7588.

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