February 1977

/: : ::’~2~’.<<;-: : :)-21:; ….: ‘”.~’-.~,:.:~ -: : …. : : ” : :~ “fh~/9: Feb~.9~:~, ~,~~$c Hearing on Zoning Special. Exception, Dorothy ” ‘” ~’~~i-.’ -..~:~.~’ien’s. Beauty Shop. County Offic e Bldg.., Rockville. Sat. ~eb~12~:Li~ffcsln’s Birthday Mon. Feb. 21~ii~Washington’s Birthday. NO SCHOOL. Libraries~ Banks Closed. Tues. Feb. 22~ 8 PM. Citizen’s Association Meeting~ Cabin John Gardens Community Center~ 8½ Webb Road. Police Dept. on Crime ” – Prevention. . Tues. March i~ 3:30 PM~ Pubiic Hearing on Cabin John Zoning changes. …… ~NCPP~ Georgia A~enue~ Silver Spring ……. “” ” …………. ~ues.’ ~ar. 8~ 8 PM’ CabinJohn Cir. Assoc. Executive Committee Meeiing -. Ffi;” Mar~ ii~ 7′:30-i~ PM Community Night~ Bannockburn Schoo~ ~- i ……. ~ ” ~ …. __ ‘>” “‘i GLEASON GIVES CLARA BARTON m USERS ASSURANCE In a letter ~o the Cabin John Citizens’ Assoc. 6 County Exe- cutive James P. Gleason has officially assured the commun- ity that “we recognize the desirability of continuing the local child-serving programs and will give priority to their continued occupancy at Clara Barton.” He added tha% the …. Countywould also seek suitable rent-paying tenants who would cover the cost of building operations. The school is expected to be de- clared surplus by Zhe MonZgomery County School SysZem next year ~ and transferred to the:County in July 1978., As~no%ed in the las~ issue of the Vil~aqe News~ Suggestion~ from local Citizens as to possible tenants are needed. Please make them to Ann ~ Segal (229-9834) or Aimee Nover (320-4565) of the daycare center or to Cappie Morgan (320-3269) of the 4-Year Old group~ the two child-serving programs referred to by Mr. Gleason. GLEN ECHO PARK IN. TROUB£E Financial woes:..have:beset Glen Echo Park thiswinter due to the cold and insufficient funds to meet heating costs. The Park Set- ~: :vice: is now considering closing …”/”..~.. down the :arts program during th e winter months which would serious- iy threaten the li~elihood of their residen£ arti~sts. Winter semester is thebu,siest one for some of them and losingtheir winte; studios and Students would mean hawing to leave Glen Echo for many of them. They :cannot make a!iving teaching classes jus£ six months :a yea~. As~pottery instrucZor Lloyd Lackey said~ ” ,it’s,a business operation ~ and it’s~-go% to be run that way, We couldn’t function as a’56%iness • or a school,on a seasenaI b~asis.” Negotiations for a contractur- al agreement between~:the resident artists — who provide~he equip – men{ and knowledge’to teach the clas:ses — and the p~rk service — -~::i~7 Which provides the ~ui!ding ~ and :.~: utilities–have been hal~ed ~{~ while a thorough safety~inspection -. of the buildings is made. “The .~.:” artists havebeen told i’not to : make any long ~ange plans” until ‘ after the study is,completed. There is talk that the year-round arts and crafts program may be- Continued, page ~ • TilE v1LLAGE NEWS …. ” ……. “,. ” – L, . . ~.2 , i .- ‘ ~ ‘ Glen Echo, Continued c0me:seas0fial~ because the park’s share of the pr0posled National Park Service budget does not look Iike i% can keep up With rising utility, _and_ maintainence..costs .. It would bed sName to lose this Unique facility which has enriched our community. For up- to-date information and community input, call Congressman Steers office = 225-5341. From article by S, Axelrod, Wash. Star” Staff Reporter Worshams Celebrate 60th Wedding AnniverSary ….. ~. :,by “~$L ~Fradin,, The Lewis E.Worshams, St., of 7910 MacArthur Blvd. cele- i brated~their 60th-wedding an- niversary .on Jan. 2.”.Ihis event follows Mr. Worsham’s 9oth birth- day last Thanksgiving Day Eve, when he was showered with gifts a~d remembrances from relatives, f~lends, and Cabin Johners. De- spite Mr. Worsham’s hearing dis- ability, he maintalns’a lively interest in everything about him. And althoug~ Mrs. W. moves about with the aid of a cane, she al- ways has a cheery smile and greet- ing for everyone. She met her fu- ture husband in Pittsylvania County, Va.~ where both were born, and where the population consis-. ted chiefly of families named :” w6rSham and Moon. “I :,’elected to i~ , ‘. r ema i:n i a.’~Wqr sham, :,ra ther than :becbme.:a :M0on,,,!~. chuckled Irene , = Ws~ham,~Wo~s:ham. , i) i: unt:i:f ; ,i y ai :s: Mr. W. was • ‘a~carpen~er~build~e~:,his ,struc- • ~;;£U-~e:s ~.zs~ud,’/{~6 ,;.s”{-a’yes. of west. va.., -‘: .Va,~;.”:#6:.~Md~i!Se’.i;5~ail:t :the., home ” : :,6f-;-~shi~gi:e~:if%mp~fe i;iBfack:,,fon” .Rfve~ ) W#dSofi-~!{6~e~Jp’0~t~ma~,h6uses”iwere … • ‘: cons{~6c~diine;r(:{he!;;,#,{aies, o f g ¢-1 ~t~• c h an~p ion•;: ` s6 n-~.o(l.l:e ~(inan i: BUck ‘~ . • • Lew, :Or. ~-‘,•~(an•a:!iM~tg:in;'(13u~d~i) ; :, Buddy, was.; k’i;-~ e’a ;i n:,~.t~/~,:~0- .a C- c i’dent, ifi, Q950. . …. ~.:’~&t”:,.. W, ake .,il”~°res. . .,..’t ,. ,’:,. •. Worshams, continued .. -=~ …… .N.C.,shortly after recommending his friend ,Arnoid Palme~, for ….. a goIf.scholarship at Wake Forest. ….. Andwhen golf pro, Lew Jr., left the~Hurning Tree:Country Ciub (favorite ofpresidents and other political figures) for a stint in the Navy, Lew St. and Herman took over as goif pros for the VIPs* ..~ Until recently, Mr. W. was a beekeeper, caring for his hives at his Cabin John home, and be- stowing the treasured honey har- vest on relatives and friends. Also tomatoes. Mrs. Worsham has been for many years a much sought- i ::b~., after seamstress, having had …. • considerableexperience in making and mending the cloth- es of her 7-member family. She ..- still keeps in practice, alter- ing the clothing of friends and :working on the wearables of• her …. ,-,,~.,,.. offspring, including 16 grand- ~’ ~ children and 7 great,grandchild- ren. She has also given longtime !~ care to the children of relat- ~i~ ives, neighbors, and friends, and still finds time to be publicity chairlady of the GlenEcho Baptist Church, whose a~ minister, Rev. David L. Cole, ;’ 16 resides The in Cabin John. %~ Village News salutes %he ‘~ lovable Worshams, who were mar- tied in Alta ~ista, Va., in 1917~ and whohav e lived in Cabin:John since 1939. ; 8″- • := |m t#} 3 THE VILL_AGE NEWS , ….. . ~ :… ….. / ………………. I IN THE …. Glen Echo Park LAND USE COMMITTEE REPORT Council, will be on March 1 fat A% recent..meetings, £he Land.. 3:30 pm aZ the County Council Us@ Committee has discussed the “Building~ i00 Maryland Ave. in – progress of the county toward Rockville (across the street …….. ~- , rezoning the Quick:Foo~-Shop and from the library). Anyone or any ~” Jim Wilner’s house:_to commer- group can speak. ” ‘~ ciai..The Tuohey tract and:its ” ~ : Sun., Feb 20~, 7:30-.pm..An poten%ial.:commercial:~develop_ evening of poetry.and The Planning Board s Recommend- improvisational music ment and the proposed {hopping ations: : …. center on River Road~have”also at the Writer’s Center.,. b6e~ discussed. Here is a ~eport ~1 quick Food Shop (Iomlins0n in the old Graphi:cs , ~ ~ and MacArthur). PlanningBoard Department. ~- Sat., Feb 26, I0-2, Pre-~: registration. New clas- ses begin Mar. 7. Sun., Feb. 27, 3 pm. Reading for “Sybil Child” at writer’~:~ ~ center• Mon. Mar. 7, 8 pm Free Film ‘~- Be ckett’s “Waiting for GodOt” : On those two issueS:. ~DOWNZONING ‘:. iBackqr6und The town voted 1½ years ago t0″strongly::>upport commercial zoning tot fhe Quick Food Shop and Jim Wilner’s house. Maryland Park and Plan- .ning held ahearing &t Ciara Barton to listen to the citizen views as a first step in the rezoning process, Andy Rice, Citizens’ assoc. President tes- Fine CraftS:Bldg:.~ tif’ied in favor of rezoning under Park Office ,, those two buildings to commer- C &O Canal Events , j. Sat. Mar. 5, 2:00/pm One hour walkalong the towpath discussing local history. Meet in Great Falls Tavern Hospitality Room. Sun., Mar 6, 2:00 pm Ford Gold Mine Walk 2 hour / 2 mile hike. Meet in Great Falls Tavern Ho%pitality Room. Call 301-299-3613 Sat. Mar 12, l:O0 pm Whitewater East. Exciting slide show for all a9es about kayak and conoe adventure• Great Falls Tavern• Sun., Mar 13, @2:00pm Seneca Walk (i hou r ) Meet behind lock house at Seneca• Port of Georqetown (1½ hour walk along canal thru Georgetown) Meet in Foundary Bldg. Visitor Center. cial. Also discussed at the hearing was the grey building next to the Tuohey tract. The citizens’ Assoc. hadvoted to support the existing resident- ial zoning for that building, since no one, including Zhe owner seemed to want cdmme~cial zoning there. An4~ Rice gave that opinion on behalf of%he Citizens’ Assoc. The”~Cay61 Richards apartment building was discussed. SomeOne/said it Should be rezoned{commercial too. That was a surprise to everyone. Other zoning options (besides commercial and what it now is – single famiiy resident- ial) were conside}ed. After the hearing , Park and Planning made its ~ecommenda- tions to the County council who makes the final decision on zoning matters. These recommen- dations differ in some cases recomm@fids rezoning to com- mercial. Cabin 3ohn agrees (vo£e at Town Meeting, June ’75).: 2. Jim Wilner’s House (77th and MacArthur). Planning Board recommends leaving the zoning as resldential. Cabin John disagrees (vote insupport of commercial Zoning taken at Town meeting, June 1975). 3. Grey Buildinq (next to Tuohey tract). Pianning Board recom- mends rezonin 9 to commercial. Citizens’ Assoc. disagrees (vo<e to retain residential Zoning taken at Oct. ’76 Citizens’ ASsoc. meeting). 4. Carol Richards Apartments (Tomlinson Ave. and ~iacArthur) The Planning Boars recommends rezoning to R-IO. This is a multi-family zoning which would fit the use theapart- ment has now. Ihe Citizens’ Assoc; has not considered : this zoning. 5. Alpine Veterinary Hospital The Plannin 9 Board recommend- ed keeping the co~m~ercial zoning. The Citizens’ Assoc. also supported commercial zoning for this building. Anyone can com~,ent on the Plan- ning Board recom~,endations at the public hearing March i. This is the last time people can com- ; from opinions and votes taken in ment before the County Council Cabin John. The final public decides about these zoning mat- hearing, held by the County ters. ””i~’~, – :.j ? <:~ THE W~AG~. NEWS | …… “|”” “i ….. .. ,, ” i: “”~'”~= ……. 1 ~7: . ) ‘ . -f. “r=L. -” ‘, ., 4 . ,,:~:-.. – ,-~ I I I Land Use Report, Cont~d SHOPPINGCENTER Backqzound: The possible shop- ping center on the Tuohey tract which we”studied several months ago has notprogressed any’fur …… ther. This iS because.the~e is a very large amount of land (15 acres) being Considered .for com-. mercia1 development at the cor- ner of Seven.LOcks Roadand River Road. (the north west cor- ner). Before that Could be built~ the land (except for4:acres) would have to be’rezoned, a ve:ry lengthy pro~ess as we,all ….. know. The developers~of the ………. Tuohe% tract~are taking a “wait-and-see” attitude until they know for sure about that larger shopping center. They feel that if a large shopping center is built that close~ people won’t shop at a small center in Cabin John. The Car- derock Citizens’ Assoc. held a large meeting in December’to decide what to do about the rezoning and the large shop- ping center. The Carderock Meetin 9 l.,~h~i~develoPer , Mr. Devereux spoke. He would like to build something siightly larger than the Cabin,john Shopping ., …… .,. …… . , . , . ……………….. . – / KIDS KORNER ‘ …. :’ .:: v- . …. For-the.”sixth grade~!s!~-~wait–ii~.i’:~igl :’:- you get :to pYLE!..~./iq:~ii:s~a~, grleati~”~,-i,u~ …. ‘ ,candy and: even pe~ii~h;~Z&~:~:~!,/:~: i-c-: That ,is if that teacher-lets you~ Wedon”t,have recess~ but we hage “: interac{.”~That: is”a time when,you .ar~,allowed to do m0st anything you want”tOLdO that’sl within reaSon.!he?;~eathers~arenice, bdt dbn~t.think you can, get:away w~th everything. We also :have Certain rules. Therei~sfno patro ! on the bus~ but the bus driver..”” it for.now…:iyour seventh grade -. repOr,teri~Marian Council. ….. .- ,p MINI WOR~ FIND -‘CITIZENS submitted by Judy Vogt Center on Tuckerman Lanei~and i~ Seven Locks Road’~ It would have Such:£aciiities as a largegrocery store, a large …. ‘drug Store, a bank, restau- ran%,etc, 2. The lCarderock citizens’ As- sociation Voted overwhelming- kJ iy~to oppose t~e’shopping center. :They said the pro- posed shoppiog center on the Tuohey tract in Cabin John would be enough and that they V would useit. 3. The Carderock Citizens Assoc. voted to try to rezone the 4 acres now zoned commercial into residential to protect a shopping Center from ever going in there. They voted to spenduP to.$20,000 to fight the shoppi:ng center. Land Use Chairman~ Susan Vogt YOU can find last names of,some Cabin John ci%izens in this puzzle. Look: diagonally, across~ down, and~even backwards: Good !uck: W FT NWB CHJV OGT K T I TLPQNTNQTWQR OS L I CNUOCPOS SE THB NOS DRAHC I R L H E L L E N~AK B L N MN B S RJ XXRBRE L LH KA MPZJKMPAEOCT ZC Q.O~E.S S S u L L I V A N I PL~ ZTEW CRG I HJW Namesto Find: Cable Keller Toth Clark Rice Vogt Council Richardson Wetzel Fisher Sullivan Wilner Solution in March Village News~ Mini Joke Q. I have two broken legs and I’m going on a hike tomorrow. What should I do? A. Let your fingers do the walk- ing. It’s a snap~ “4~ .. ; THE VILLAGE NEWS I ‘~BLI C SAFETY -~COMMITTEE The public safety committee of the Cabin John Citizens ‘• Assoc- iation has been organized; its purpose is to keep Cabin John …….. citizen-s informed of. Crime, potential crimei and what Citizens can do about it.. The committee .is not a law enforce- men t •agency, but a. local group • through which •local people Can seek information and to whom they can express concerns. It is hoped that law awareness and enforcement an( Grime prevent- ion will be aided; by this committee’s work with local and state agencie~s. The: committee • wants to hear from citizens who have been Victims of crime~ -who see crime deve!oping , or who are interested in any aspects of public safety. Just write tO the Citizen’s Association or ca.l i. a -: commi tree membe r. : …. ” ‘ Cs nad th ” 229 ……… a To : ,: ~8586 “” ‘/,i: ,Aiii-ieke,: ” ” 229-8233 : • ,. Gloria..Fein 229-1584. ; .A~. a-:•pazt iof..i-tS prOgr~ln,. ‘and inf. response;.to, recent:burglaries i n. -Cabin John, ‘~ tlhe,Pub!’i c ~. Safety Committee hasarranged •Lf6r a representative of the Montgomery County PoliceDept., Crime Pre- NEWCOMERS ! Copies of the CABIN JOHN COb~fl..~TY PLAN and the CABIN JOHN ~V~flJNITY. DIARY canbe obtained by calling CapI~ MONTGOI~RY COUNTY–BOOKMOB I LE I:L The Public Library Bookmobile will stop in Cabin John every week on Mondays,~5:O0~5:30 in the Gardens at E2icsson and Russell-Roads. To call and: check ifit will be there in bad weather, ca l! 279-i96Q, ,- THEDANCE STUDIO Opening new term Sat., Feb. 5. Michele Pecora,Creative/Modern; Dance. 13 Saturdays. Tuition $49 Children 4&5 @ 9:30 a.m. ” 6-8 @10:15 a.m. Write or call: Michele Pecora 654-7052 4242 East-West Highway, No.912 Chevy Chase, Md. 20015 Elizabeth RisenLuke, Ballet Starting Saturday, Feb. 12. Ballet II: 11:00-12:15. Ballet I: 12:15-1:15. Call Eo Risen, 654-8287. i All classes will be held in the Bannockburn Community Club House 6314 Bannockburn Drive …. . ._’ … …… :PALISADES POOL The, Palisades Swimming Pooi Assoc. i, i RE..GISTER~DMASTERPLUMBER i:” i PLUMBING AND HEATING – DS W HE *R  ODE.HNG*.EAT RS  e m;D h SERViC -*D S OSERS . FULLY BONDED AND’INSURED ” ‘ “‘ 229-5685 =’ “: : …. .’ e ‘ i” – …. ‘~’;”‘” ” e” ~ L .” ‘.”  z urr,s o  .. • 9:00~ to3:00~ 7630 FOMLINSON A VENUE at No. I$ 229-1361 or 229-9811 vention Section, to address the Inc.,. P.O. Box 6~J5, GlenEcho, February Citizens’ Assoc, meet- Md. 20768 will open. i%s~member~ ing Tuesday, Feb. 22. ship waiting list again from A1Rieke . |April l untii .May 1,1977. “‘. …… _ ….. ‘:. IThose::intere~tedin~becoming STREET 70 THEATRE members shoul~ma~i their names Street.7QTheatre Company..$S , ~-~-,.~ ….. .-..~,-. …. ~.~,~..- presenting a series.ofDriginal addresses and,telephone numbers sh.oW.s;at.tb~.:.iRo.Gkyille~,Civi:c.~ t ° the:above’.;-address.•As’of .• ce.n~gr.~:~;,E-~~C..~:;ne~i~ ‘ mOl~jCal. , April l-,-~a Member ship Appli cat= aSou%.di.S~oV~gi6:s:.add./~nV.ent.ions, ion Form w~ll:be-m~iled to them. will be staged Saturday, February BANNOCKBORN~COO~LNuRsARY OPEN HOUSE 19. During Spring yacation, two ~ ; shows willbe performed: Monday, TheE’~annockburn Cooperative Nuts- April 4, will be “General Uproar a~y/iSchool~is holding its annual and His Mixed Company,” an imprq- Open~’.Hbuse.0n.SatUrday , March 5, Visational show of skits, sounds from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., at the and movements; and onTuesday , Bannockburn community Clubhouse, .April 5, the popular Mime Troupe 6314 Bannockburn Drive. It is an • will perform “A Bag of Mime”. opportunity forpreschoolers and These shows are for children Itheir parents .to visit the school aged 6 to 12. Tickets are $i each land meet the teachers. For Call 468-4172 for information, further information, call Helene Granof at 229-0762. I eOL a –_~– E _~—– a— -11_–”  -7811 m WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL Wisconsin & Mass Ayes. Feb. 27, 3:30pm American University Corale performs Kodaly Missa Brevis. (free admission.’-~— • . .. , . w ~,~%:, – ., .- , – , , . , . ~-” THE VIH”,AGE NEWS …. .. ii~:~ii ~ Se~vice:B …. lueom, _ ;!.~ece_ !v.~!._ ~dgr!n gtretirement~- disa! Tax Help  ff~tiag a iariet}’=6ffree”taxpayer’~” ~ ” ” :” :–?£”~; . 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