June 1977

• – • Sunday, June 12 – noon- 6pm!V~.~Fre~”Washih~g~ofi: Folk Festival . ” . ” ” . ‘- ” ” ” : ~Glen~:CHb.-Park~ee-article”inside)- -. Tuesday, June 14, 8pm, Citi~zens Ass~,ia~ofi~Chtive Committee Meeting Wednesday, June 15, Last d~:of s ch6Q~{~f6r afte~noonkinderg~rten ‘ .:Thursday, June 16, Last da~/6:f/i~bl~ci{Sc.~ool (half day) ” “‘ ” TueSday,June 21, 11-2, First Children’s.Free Swim, Palisades Pool (see article for details) CITIZENS ASSOCIATION BEGINS NEW. YEAR AIRCRAFT NOISE UPDATE – The aircraft noise subcom- I am happy to be the pre- mittee has been very busy for sident of the Citizens Assoc. the’past two months trying to for th e coming year. This is make our~case clear %o :the a busy town and a,concerned community. Fortunately. our ambitions= and concerns are matched by.a-remarkable pool of capable and energetic people. I am impressed with County and the Council of Governments. C~D~atest-of- ficiaites%imony was-.to the- Montg0mery:Oounty Noise Advisory Board which studies problems involving noise~in how much we undertake in a the County and:makes recom~ given year — and accomplish, mendations %o the Council and For the ne>t twelve months C6unty Executive:; A~.number,of I e2:pect to’coordinat_e — not communities did testify~that run — a myriad of ei~orti their citizens did notwant and events. These activities will be run by a full group of officers and committee chairmen~and members. I hope thatinciudesyou. All com- mittees are.open, andassoci- ation membership requires just that you live or own property in Cabin John and pay.your dues ($2 single mem- bership, ,$3 for a family mem- bership). Meetings will be held — starting in September — on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 8 pm! you could put that on your cal- endar~¢ight now. I have been delighted that many people have,come forth since the any ai’rcraft noise. Their reasoning seemed selfish and Continued: page 2 • ‘~ ” “~”7. 1 i L 7 “” , CON~UNITYPICNIC; NO RAINDATE Despite the Unpredictable ‘ drizzle, a hardy core of: – -.— residents spent a friendly afternoon Celebrating Cabin …. John Day la:st Sunday. Uh’.- fortunately{ the.facili% ies-~. Will not be av:ailable-for~the ,~ schedu~l.ed-~a%n{-date, ~so-Zhere .-~ ; will be no official pibnicT ! on sunday june.12. Specialv v apologies to our new neighbors. ‘ We look forward to meeting: …… i you on many other festive- ~i occasions: ! petty to those of-us in Cabin . John, Persimmon-Tmee,Calrd6r°ck~WASHINGTON FOLK’FESTIVAL Bannockburn, Glen Echo, and June 12, noon to 6 pm = :), Brookmont who sat pati6nt’iy, GlenEcho Park, …. • and politely to hear the Other All Events Free – rain or side’of the argument. We hope shine. Call 492-6229 – I > that our elected officials . : will weigh the evidence and Included are dancing, ballads, reach a just, not a pol{tical- blues, old-timey banjo and ly expedient decision about fiddle, sea-shanties~ jug scattering aircraft flight band~ string band, and patterns, all kinds of folk dancing- For more information on to watch and to join in. what you can do, call Minda Also children’s concert and 8 Janet Dence Chinese Opera. Don’t miss Wetzel (229-461), (229-7394), or E~c Buchmann the cultural_bargin of the (229-5127). We need callers~ ” year with lots of ?eal!iy letter writers,: and people to famous performers donatiDg attend ,meetings. their Lime and taenis: L -. L ~:”:~esentat~ves ‘~: ::~:’ “” “:~ ‘ “”. to”: “:::::.t.h” ” ::~’ ~:: ~: “”~”” .–. ” ” ‘ ” ‘ … ‘ . – “- ” ” . . v. S ~,~_~.~:i.~%~-.~-~i-:~_.., . : !::i:-” .. -,j,!:!-.:.:-:” .~.-T~:~.:,.Ma : m66~t&~6 %. d~i%he~:::-. , . ~ ~tO: he:~ ~OU~i~£o~~ere ….. – – — ‘ : – ate who z t o ,.,ng~it:~e~.yea’~.:.-~.::;.~,.~.-.. ………… : . …. T : .-~-:o. : : ….. .-ce ted a las~mznure z~ …. eR~w’e~k~.~,~neOd-.:: ~: ….. c. “: …. ‘ :S’a~b~ ‘z\~ :!:”:”: …………… ~ l~a~on wh n !’, 1,0me~h~ ~a~-:one~’sno.~ ~nas . – Newton. Stee~s:was”ho:spital- i~;W~u.l~ ~ ii~,t:,~ing.:t~:.he.#. -.,~,~+~ . …… activ.i%ie:s i:n:~he.:State :~:~ io~:p~c&ali¥iiiif : ::. ‘A~~~z.:d. • , Legislature this year. One 7:. i::~!~,:~::,’,~i~h~.: ‘” . of”,t-he, many.r:bi.tls which she :~:~ .c~iL:me2,New~::£a~ent . .helped “to’iwriteand get ~4@nd~u~& ~!i~:~e ge~¥::,Wei.come.. .passed~ requires ,hearing aid customers.to, have a doctor ~;~I-W ……………….. g./the:~’su~er-: .: .. ‘- .’~. ::,_: .~.~!–~}~” .’ “” : ” , .examine them” and determine ~((an~::!:~h’~e’:.!~:~dn.{:h !september which device would be most ~:~’:'”~””~;~:~: ………… TIPS appropriate for their type ::~,~’Q.t~Ma~.~;.is~ :::’.~ f.:you have town B{CYCLE SAEET.Y”: ” ~ ~BH:~:~s:~:Se~ofe:rthe{all, just from Troop 2482 of hearing-loss.–Hop.,fully , ~t~a~5~ah~iof4~i-cer. Here.are Ihe.-Cabin John-Girl Scout- this~will.:cu~-down on.:un-. ~: {~e~e~w~:~xehu.%iVe.Co~ittee Troop 24~2went ontwo:bikei necessary costs to customers ………. hikes t-h~s¥ear. Since school “caused by unscrupulous hear- willbe letting ~outsoon, and ing.aid sales .tactics. She arbara~cl.ark,., mo~e peopl,e will be. riding also.-sPoke about the. new ~hi’s~is my office bikes:because Of ~he nice sales taz rise which has ; if a machine weather, the Girl Scouts de- ju£t beenipas~ed, and e~tend- alk to it.) cided to :hand down some safe- e d to take-out ~ood in rest- S:, Jay Goodrow ty tips .on bi:ke riding. They aurants in Maryland. are: …. s~ Calvin Kytle 1 …. Ride-with the traffi.c. ~”,<<2-29~609:”:. – ” ” 2. Keepyou~ bike in good ~R~ei~’b~.~ng-sec~eta~y,.:Pat Duff condition.. :’ ~i!!.~:i:2~29~261…’:. ” ‘ 3. You-,should. have a headl.ight~ ~i:Cd/r,r~Spbnding Secretary, Katy reflectors, bell or horn. ~:~G!~k~.s.,-229-6253 .4.Obey all-traffic signals. ~Tre:a~b~er, :E~ica Rogala • 5. One rider to a one seater. i,~:~229~7462 6. Use correct hand signals: ~D~U£elChairman, Dan Sul- Left turn- left :hand ~(~~h, 229z7167 straight out. i~!En~i~6~’6n~tai::~Matters Chair- Riqht turn – left hand ~:: ~:man~::~Minda Wetzel, 229-4618 elbow bent and hand pointing Jan, will wor k with Project ~i~Co~¢hai~rman, Janet Dence upward. Hope in South America-for !~~.~22:9~-:#39~,.. Stop or yield – left hand the next 6 months, and his :~T~,an:s~at{on Chairman, Ed down. family will join him in ~”~”~:qW’ir~s~W’~, 229–4654″ Co-chair- 7. Don’t race or show off. South America this cammer. Then his wife Gla~ys, and . man;~ErankLMcKinney, 229-7105 8. If in a group, ride single file. ‘ / 9in~@~i:~ma.n….(and. Villag e – . their children Cathy and :~,~:’N4w:S~~’~or)::~:’ Andy Rice, 9. Look both ways before’going Henry, will move to a small !Fi:’229.~;7~35~-.!i.~.”. . out into street, town in Maine where Burtt -:.Go,~O.~LFacilities. Chairman, 10.Don’t carry anything that will begin a private -‘.~ap~~M~r.ga’n, 320-3269. will block your view. pediatric practice. We wish them much happi- “~o : …. ” – Article by: Nancy Fisher, Peggy ness in their new ventures. {:::t Va~.l:e~League~,.Dlane.Ketlogg, ~::”.:~9:~?~:4ii!2.’!a:n”d:F~ank Sordyi, Sue Williams., Dawn Cable, Maria Our community and Children s ~: 229~6~4!~. : .:i -.’.. .- . . Burns, .and Susie.Bast Hospital will miss them. ” ..~ ~o_.i ….. :’ . …. – “~ …. RichardsonFamily to Leave Wear, sad to learn that the Richardsons are :soon to leave Cabin John, though the coming year:wil{ be a most exciting and challengingone (or-them. Burtt, a pediatric- NEWS .~ “:””. ~R_~KESLEAVE A~ROUD E graduating from Wesley Theolo- :~ < It was in Jan. 1974 that gical Seminary On May 2, 1977. L! i !~ii! the Rev. Allyn Rieke and his The younger R~ekes are: ~!~ Wife Pat moved their family Allyn, Jr.,~ i~, Wh~is gradu- into the parsonage of the ating from Walt~W~\~-ian High; I Cabin John Methodist Church. Diana, 16, a soph;6mb~6 at This month — three and a …… Whxtmaq;:..~.a~bara,k~4i”who.~s … ” …………. half yearslater– theyar e .. g.raduating, from Pyl6~J;.H.; ….. .i. …. moving across the continent Lisa, ii, a fifth-grader at IN THEPARK ~ ~i” . . , ~ to Oregon. in those years, Bannockburn; JoAnn, 7, a first OLD TIME COUNTRY DANCES the Riekes have made a pos- grader at Bannockburn. at Glen Echo Saturday Nights itive difference in this New home for the Riekes Time: 8:20-ii:30 p.m. town. “It has been our goal will be St. Helen’s, Oregon, Beginners Weicome: to open up, to strengthen the, 30 miles north ol Portland, July 9 – Old-time/Square Dance communication and cooperatio n where they will assume leader- July 16- Old-time Squar e Dance between the church and the ship of a congregation about July 23 – English and American whole community,” Allyn says, 2~2 times ~ the size ,of the Cabin Country Dancing “and I feel very good about John church. They are excited July 30 – International Folk the way this has happened.;~’!’=~ about their new assignment, Dancing with the ” From the beginning Allyn but leave Cabin John — church Heritage Dancers and Pat have been visible and and community — with love and Aug. 6 – English and American vocal in concerns of Cabin !appreciaZion of their Iffe Country Dancing John; the Clara Barton School, here. To the Riekes, Cabin Aug. 13- ” ” ” the bridge reopening, the John says thank you for s har, Aug.. 20- ” ” ” four-year-old rummage sales, ing yourselveswith us so Aug. 27- Old-time Square Dance ‘ : %< ~:~,,,,, . I < ,’ -c.’ ! of the Citizens’ Assoc. and his studies there while serving ADVENTURE THEATRE many town groups. Allyn served the Cabin John Church. iLast “You’re a Good Man Charlie the Citizens’ Assoc. and participated two years ago in the ceremony in which the Clara Barton House became a part of the Park service. Within the church itself, the Riekes have done a com- • mendable job of stabilizing membership, building up the choir, and acquiring a new organ. Allyn gives strong credit to the members of the Methodist Church, praising the congregation for its work and cooperative spirit.. While he. served this churc~ as pastor, Allyn completed hi~ Master of Divinity degree, this past year as chairman of monthDavidmarried Robin the Public safety committee of stifler, and David and Robin will move into the parsonage in mid-June. This is his first pastoral appointment. We we!- come the Cooneys to our town. @ ! REGISTERED MASTERPLUMBER ‘, f .” -. HEATING 1 Brown” is playing at Adventure Theatre through June 26. The shows are at 7:30 pm Thursday through Sunday with matinees at 2:30 pm on Saturdays and . Sundays. Admission is $2.50. Call 320-5331 between iO am and 2 pm for reservations. SUMMER CAROUSEL The Mont. County Rec. Dept. is again holding preschool “Summer Carousel” proglam at Bannockburn this summer. Registration applications i:or all three sessions are now being accepted. Session I begins June 27 and runs for three weeks from 9:30~ii:30 am Mon. thru Thurs. To receive a Summer Carouse!:- brochure or for further infor-” marion, call 468-4050. =__ the Bicentennial Celebration generously. have all benelitted from The new pastor of the Me- their efforts. •The church thodist Church is David S. has become a center for Alco- Cooney, who has already taken holics Anonymous (with at- on his new responsibiiities. tendees from the greater David graduated from Walter Bethesda area), the Palisades Johnson in 1972 and from Theatre Company (Puppet and Western Maryland College in mime shows for children), and 1976. He has finished one a community youth group; its year at Wesley Theological rooms have welcomed meetings Seminary and will continue Admission $2at door, $i for children accompanied byparents. Glen Echo park offers Classes in: Folk & Bluegrass guitar and banjo, beginning appalachian dulcimer, beginning old-timey mandolin, folk autoharp and clogging. Call 281-2228. ‘ :THE~.~AGENEWS ..: ~’ I IIII Ma yf~Of/thefsTes~dents of ~ m i nt’ ~6i.~e!~.::”,L % r a ~’ i’. :ib ~ k8 S, and ~ guns. Parents shou\Id read and discuss the foiio~Ingl l:aw~ with:their Children , and be aware, that” “the . communi’tY ha s asked the Police t0 crack down, and enforce these:,laws more strictly in the coming- :,, weeks. Juvenile offenders . .. .. ….. :, /.,,<, ………. ….. • .- …… : ……… /,:,,,. ….. :. , “… , >..~ r~)’:’: • “–~ “.’:f:~t~.~h:’:::~iC25~:~Z:~:~:~ ~:’,~;::#~;~t.-,~,-~::-~-;…~.,.:~,~i~:~:~,:~:i~..,~,~. I -~. ” …. ~ faced with abudgetcrisis. /”: They have–,selected as one .–~- ~:.:-: ………. ~ …………. method.ofmeetingthis Crisis /C ” ~’ ‘~’~4~” ~:~f’i~’~ -_ ~-, _ , ‘ ‘ ….. greatly raisingAto:.groupS~ using rental space -in feeSschoot ; i’ ‘ , .i ,ibuildings~ including Clara ‘ , ,£orr?sideo~;,;-w:}sh~.gg~:.to””tBart6n a~:..BahDockburn. This no~zt ~ne o±ice~aDou~ ,rio- ” ‘ ‘”~ ” ” ” y ‘P ,, ?<~, , ….. wzll effectDay Care, Gzrl’ and tions …. Ieas~ db~n:#t~ca’ll ” “”- ” ” • la ” ,!p~ !~ ~__ ~ Boy Scouts, the Recreation . anonombusly~use “- thbT911 num-n~^_~-_L ………. ” L …. ” ‘ ” ” w=Vou.,=**u:pxug~.s , v~A sport- (under 16) will be referred to juvenile court and have apollce,”record. Those over. 16 may.loose,their driver,s permi{s:and/or>be ~ubject to • . fines. Thbiaws/are.as fol- low s::It i%:!illeqal to: i. Drive’wi±hout a license except on privat e property with permission of the owner. 2. Drive an uninsured motor 9ehicle. ing crank phone Calls.-The 3. Drive an•unsafe motor ” policeare .aireadyaware of vehicle (No tags, no lights, most of the Violaters; and nomirror, faulty brakes, etc.) ,precise identification wilt pinpoint them, Parents Of 4. Drive without a helmet and unregistered mini-bike and gogglesor face Shield. ‘ ‘ ber got’Co~htY po~$ceand “SOred:.aTter:sch6ol programs, 949’30iOfor,Pazk PO!i6e. If and th4 cab!n John Citizens’ you, db not~wish<the ,patrol” Assdc~aiiofi~; etc. The proposed cartoknowy0u~n~me”:or high rehialfee greatly exceeds stop~yqU’r hou~e~..you may ~the-.c0s~tothe schools of request that:your name, and.” . such. p{0grams., especia!ly be ~ number ,be kep& anon0mousat f0re’7 ~ pm.:-:Use of,.spad ~ would. the cbntral.offlce, but bbimpos~ible’-,f0r mostof lep_~:g~veyo ur’nameand theseProg~ams,whlch are~’non – telephone number to the ,profit and supported by much central office with as much ‘volunteer’-staff’:and fees from • information as possible-yhischildrenand!thei r parents. is their:onl-y way of prevent ~without space, many of these programsimaylbe forced out of ~ existence~ ~: ‘ The C,lara Barton Center for : Children,~:for example,:would have:to pay$107.50 per week when the Center’s actual cost ” • trail”bike riders should be to the Montgomery County’Pub- (Passengers must have hel- aware that they must provide lic Schbols i’s about $18.00 ” ~ met 5utnotleye protection. ) transportation for bike,and per Wbek, ~ The Centerwould ~5. Drive an unregistered ” rider to legal “tracks” either-So forced to close or . vehicle on. anypublic road ‘ , : County plropert¥ (school where their kids can ride, to rali~e tuition and cut schol- : and the siphoning of gas out arshlps~ thuSf:hurting %he ram- , ! …. groundsl), pa~k property, Of other peopie’s tanks must ilies: to whom it is Committed ; i 0r private pz0perty Without , permis ion~0f, the owner, stop: and who m0st need its services. …. ” feel that community use In’a~d~dition to Vi01ations of The Park police have andW~ccess to school buildings motor vehicleV~aws, of tenders ,requested that we notify may receive c itationl for i’local residents of the sh0uldbe a priority as long property destruction and tres- ‘following offenses and their as it does not create a deficit pass charges. P&rents will be fihe~f0~ ~ir.st o~f,fenseSl in the public school budget. notified of violati0ns. Offend-: Motor vehicle or motorized The Board should be careful to ers~over 16 wiil be referred bike in the park:: $30.00 charge reasonable rates that !~ t0,the:D}strict Court On traf- Gun,::10aded: $55.00 reflect only actual costs, ‘fi~ vi01ation charges. {Gun~unloaded:’, ‘ $30.00 not make a profit. We hope ::~i ~ WithLrespect to County gun ! • ~ …. Hunting . $155.00 that you will supp0rt this position by expressing your ~//:.lawsi~no gun is to be dischargedTarget Practice: $i05.00 opfnion, by June 30th , to the ~/~ in~1ower~M°ntg°mery:C°unty ex-~ Firecrackers Board of Education ~ ~ ~ :/_,tePt~onf~a~!desig6ated ,target explodedi $30.00 850 N. Washington Street ” :,>- : ‘/:/r&hge~;:i~”(Thi~s~in¢~udesbeebee ‘Firewood without Rockville,:Md~.’20850 -, i,-.. ………….. . .permission: . $55.00 or call 229~3000. ” /””:’~”~ ,.: ~a ~!dad~d:~eapod ‘except on-such Report offenses in the ~A~r;iyd:.Iu~in – ‘ !i:~:~:: : ~ a,~ar~@t ~ range. …. ., : ~,:p,ark, s~to: 949L30t0,, ….. : ~-, ….. ,-,~< ” –/.. …… ):-‘!<, ….. THE VILLAGE NEWS . ~fi ……… ~’ILDREN’S BIBLE CRUSADE ~’.BD: il~ June 27-July 1 , ” “..-i” “:i”i~ ~iSON! Mrs. Roberta Bonnici, . .!i Bible teacher~ lecturer and i .~_~O ~’~’~R,U~I~, Omov g: Md., will conduct a.Children’s ‘. ;ii- ……… Bible Crusade at •.Riverside ohaUiing – Assemb!?..:of-God Church, 6523 78th .Street, Cabin John, I-.–o ~,o.~ f U ~ e 12 7 ~h~ ,~!~ ~ ~ r r f r 0m 7 ~ ~ I ~ I ~ ~ wi ~hi n./.t wi th. :tea togpmfor.agesS~hrul2.  211@.?fill Mrs. Bonni-ci wilYbe in- l~@~SI1~I~I’~l~lq~ I corporating, the tlheme, ” : starting thd: associat•i6n, be-. , ~~: “Christ:. The Great I AM”, ” tween the hospital.’and Peter ” . into a-program featuring ~ ‘:”””:~’~ ” …. ” ” h.: Vogt Assoc.,and served onthe. I • advisory group throughout pro- visualized and dramatized BRINGING HO~E THETRoPHIES duction. The half-hour film, stories, action songs, hand -~ craft, puppets, and scripture Peter Vogt won an Emmy last shown over WN~L-TV inmid-March,. Saturday night. His~lilm “TO contests. A different facet ‘ . featOred in one sequence the Prepare A Child” won top prize Cabin John Fire.Department of the life of Christ will as best independently-produced ambulance. be emphasized each evening. ‘ *ocumentary telecast in Wash- Congratulations, Peter: Mfi”iBoinici,”a-graduate : ington D.C. in the pa~t year. of Nor.heast-Bible-C6ilege, ‘His colleague, Pierce Atkins, Green Lane, Pa., has conduc- won the highest award for ted Bible crusades throughout writer-director for that ,ilm. the northeastern region of The National Academy of the United States. She combin- Television Arts and Sciences es.a variety of techniques makes annual national selec- and aids to create and main- tions of outstanding :televi- rain interest in the basic sion shows. In addition, it holds competiti6ns in six ma- Children under the age of jot cities~ including Washing- principles of the Bible. 5 are welcome if accompanied by an adult. For further information, contact Rev. Sherman N. Shell, pastor, 229-5054. …. t,:..-i-bu¢ i ng ./fh ~.– f {ira ~ {-fi~/~’~gfi86~{! }<: !:,!if. “the ~ ountry., to help< Ot’,’~:}; i pe~{.!”:<{::.~i a t z i c .-f a c i i it i: e,s g 1 i m~~s e ~ w h’a..% :(;~, );~.i~:! can be done;..Dr~.,Burtt RTchard ‘-~, ….. son, who is on the “~ staff..’ at ‘,’:’-“‘ Childrens, was instrumen~tal’ in-~’.-. .. ton, for locally ,aired programs, thru Friday, 12 months a year. It was this local competition Head teachers have degrees in in which Peter Vogt Associates captured the Emmy statuette , on Saturday June 4, at the Capitol Hilton. True to the Hollywood tradition , Peter did not know until the last suspensefui second that his film wouldbe the top winner. “To Prepare A Child” is a All community kids are invit- documentary about the emotion- early childhoodeducation. There is a special program for children 24-36 months old from 9 a.m. to noon 2,3 or 5 days per week. There is also a special afternoon program for kindergarten children during the school year. Trans- portation and financial as- sistance are available. For information or to schedule a ed on a first come – first serve basis, providing there are enough adult volunteers (one adult/6 children) from the community to supervise. Be sure all children bring a permission slip siqned by their parent to the first swimtheyattend. For more information and adult volun- teers call Diane Kellogg, 229-7412 or 492-6229. (Would the volunteer who called Diane last month call her again.” She has misplaced your number.) al needs of children as they visit cai132054565 between anticipate and undergo hospi- 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. COMMUNITY FREE SWIM The Palisades Pool will again sponsor the free swim program on Tuesdays and Thursdays from ii am to 1 pm starting Tuesday~ June 21s_!. CLARA BARTON CENTER FOR.CHILD- REN, 7425 MacArthur Blvd. (The” Clara Barton School), is now accepting applications for fall enrollment. TheCenter accepts children ages 2-6 years for mornings, after- noons or full days, 2-5 days per week. The Center is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday ~:’ ‘~:’r~’~:”.~’~:~”i~:””~!(‘.::”‘~f~””‘i,~: :; …. ~ • GSr~(,S~o~{~S~S~I-u-~:e~-~ Leaders vfll take ~oV~:r ‘:r..+-h= “,~f~r~::=%~ , :.’ ~’b:_:’~*.:~.~f~.~_~.-i.-~O~’c~:%’lll~<~:.’.)’~’41114 ~- ” . .. ~ “.,~- ~ -,. ->.-~,~k~’=.7.E~O~.,’-… ~ ,.. — ~. “,,~- …. .~- “~. -,- -~ _~ ‘.’~”—:.’.: ~-~-~.-: ‘. . ” …… ,~ …………….. –~ ………………. . …….. ~rs. 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