November 1967

e ” i i ‘VoZ. I, No. 6 ……………. : ……………………. November~-1967 …………. COI~RATULATIOITS FROM I.~.~ERS, OF THE ~,EL~T .TODO-ABOUT ~ ~ OF VAHD:~LI~:~ .: COUI~TT :COD?TOIL” , ~ Alto T~L~I-BRE,%ICI!~ IN .OUR OOI~;IUIZZTY! ! , . • . , d . . …. i nvitali 0ns i;’e: oU. ~, .,~,bor .pLy i cele- ………. There .ha~e ,helen man~: verbal o om- bration ~.~ere. sent to all the ,members of plaints about vandalism ~nd lax.r-break- the County: Council. Responses .ver, e.on,,, ing along, i~acArthur Bou!eyard , not only thusi~stic ! ” Letters of congratulatf0ns in Cabin John, bu~ in Potomax~, too.” were rece:ived from Ida I:lae Farrott,:. Some people feel”that we do not have Rose K~amer, Avis Direly, Uiiliam • enough police, protection.. We should : Greer~a!gh , ..Cle~tus B~rnet.t ~ and .. David_ . no~.Ltry. ~o. stop. th~s.by:,no.tifying_.thec ” .. Scull ~nd, of •course~ P~.’qhmgnd.~I,I:. ~ Montgomery County Police immedi~tel~° ” Ke.eney ~c~s on.hand to share in our Also, because ~ze vrote to the County celebration. Council Lab out .this.’and other matters, ………………………………… Councilman Uilliam Gree~lgh has in-v, CLAIh~ B;LRTOIT SCHOOL formed us he ~rould like to have each specific.case brought to…his attention,.. Report cards come out ,on Nov. 17. lirs. Constance •Herdeck ha.s.-agreed to – ., The Thanksgiving holiday falls on Dass on to him .any c.emplaintso If any. November 23-24 this year. No school! citizen h~s a specific aa~e: to r~po ,~ School dismisses ~t l:15 p.m. on please call the.police first~ and then December 22 for the Christmas holiday, descri~bE-.the-..problem to. I&rs.. Herdeck.-as- /~ell”at365,7~65. it is no~-~ up to US / / / / / / / / ///-//:///////I /t o~’do ‘ so~ethi~, ab o~ this problem ~.y TUOr~Y’S P~s~::UP~Um t~kin.c,..:int.er.~s~! :”i. ‘…_ . ‘ ……. ‘ ….. ‘ ……………… 7.941 l,~acirthur Blvd., ‘ .. ‘ . ‘ ‘ Cabin John, lid. “” COY:LEGEF-{CULTY I.~ERS iHc~x :JOttN: EM 5-2070 ” ‘:” ‘ CARRY-OUT SERVICE : Ame.r~Ca n ~niversity: FOOD +, BEER …. .. , !,:Its. Shirley Yarnall. -:.English !…=, : / / / / / / / / //../////////// , ‘ ~d~i~ ~ac:- Bio~o~ THE }~XT CITIZEHS’ ASUOCIATIOH I.~TI3~ ‘ Dan”I.i~ter – Marketing : ‘ UILL BE I~.LD 0N HOV~.ER.28, AT THE CABIN JOHl~ COI.E:IUL~ITY. OEIY2ER. JOIN T!-~ C~tBIH JOHH PARK CITIZENS’ ASSOCIATIOIT NO:I! ! ! ~Ur ~citizens i ‘ass~iati0n ~,~nts and needs more members. If, you are ….. {nteres~ed in jq~ng’p!~asefill~0~t the form bel~.~”Snd send”it to-l~o DBn’, H~.rdeck, 6617 .80thstreet,~Cabih, Zohn, Hd. Annual dues are3i.oo. : ~, Ge:brget0im”University: : . ” .. :,. ; l-lenry Briefs~-“EdOnomi~’S ‘ .- E.,,.R, Janko%~S~- Gez~n- ” I,Iontsdm,.e.ry.J~Lui.or Coliege :.. …. . ; “Johfl’ :Yarnali -” E~lis~ : ~.”,~ ” ,. • , :.. ., . ” . , :, ~ ,~’ “:~K, = CA.F%-TEIE,I ::OPdCER3 are stzli neededin the Be~h~sda are @, p~lic sch’ools.. If ext. 417 : ‘”T~e 1’last.appe~ through ;the” , are~a…~esul~ted,,in_.12 .pe0ple..being. hired.. I APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP :” ~” NAmE (,~.) (mrs.) (miss) ” ‘Z~” v …… ADDRESS ~… . ……….. ” : …. ~-:, LOCATION OF-PROPERTY OWNED IN CABIN JOHN SPONSOR ~:., II =- ‘ (Please point’) …. ., .. .. :~PH~NEu ” ” ‘ ‘ ,(Association Member’s Name) , ! ‘.: The CABI. JOIIN VILLAGE ~NS, Vol. I, DOROTIIY H’:LEIT; ~ COR~R No. 6, is the monthly ne~.:sletter of the Cabin John Park Citizens’ -Lssoci~tion., The Homemakers met at Dorothy Chairman, of the Information ~ormuo : ITelson’slon October 23 and viewed her Sir. Don Kerdeck Slides of i•’Expo ’67”. The next, meeting ~.,ditor: .Hrs. Csana~ Toth is to be hold at Jane Uinslow’s at ~Hembers of the committee: IO:30 aom. Brinc a coffee can and .Hrs, Irving Bro~rn dried flo~rers, firs. Burgess ~ill show Hrs. Dbn Herd6c~” ~ ‘. us how to make a “fall arrangement”. Mr.’ Iilor~is Frhdin Ue want more homemakers in the club. Hrs. lorman ITelson / ~ You’re invited. Just call Hrs. linslow I,irs. I:I~rJqrie Cra..ig …….. .at. 365-4054. …. . …………………… ,, , ,, ,, ,,,, , Tim CADIIT JOHI,I • V-ILLAGE “iGUB /rill give …… The pic%uf6s ‘of the recent b4huti- free, listings to all priyate~home olmers fication ceremony ~rere 0n’display-at the ~ho are renting5nd/or se:lling their last Citizens’ ASSociation meeting and. property in Cabin John. also at the Clara Barton School. They ” ” ” “;’ •. “v ‘.. ” “”, ” ‘ ….. ‘ ~rerb also at-D6rothy IIelen’s Beauty If you i-rould like t0 reoeive your L’,alon and sh6uid:be at the:Good and monthly nes~rletter by ‘mail for one year,. Quic k .nm.r. •They are rea!ly great! please send your name and address plus : – $i.00 to Mrs. Judith T0th;~ 66’11 80th chiegand Hrs. Tuohey and Chief Place~. Cabin J0hni Hd.,.. 20731. and Hrs. Gamiato from Glen Eoho visited.. “‘ SanFrancisco ‘and attended the Fire UAI~-ADS Chiefs’-c.onvention in September. They.’ • • …. came back by ~Tay of La~ Vegas and Spent HOUS~ FOR SALE: 3 bedroom ~, Cabin John , :t~1o days there. “Just Uonderful!” . gardens~ 365″3062, call. for (appointment. ), ‘ ………… ~ …… .,..-, ……….. : ….. … ” Ue are looking for people ~rillihg-to, take : ” pa~ng passe,ere .into ~.rork. around the i.’. . .~ , ….. . ,,.~ i:?;’, —.4 – .. ” . ….~ .’./ “~ . State Depar.tmen,t 0r.anyone :interested in • ~.~,: . –:/ ~ forming’ or joining a, oar pool for that L~ – ” …… ” , • purpose.. Call 469-8586 : – . ” ‘ ,..: .| ~_,. -, ‘ ” “” ‘~”””::~; ……. ~-Z~\ ‘ ” . ‘ ! c. Tr T 1~ dA.~ ADo ,,I~L BE PEBLISqI~D. There is a.. “: “~:: ” ‘ ……. of 25 ce.nts~per a~:Per::two t~e” ~ ” ., <”. :”L \. ./”:-“h</~2’/ ., h . ‘ , “‘, ” ~.:rit%enCh~rge lines, call 469-8586. …. i {“~’j~’ ,.’ ” “,..~/,.!~,/,’ :’ : :”: ‘ ‘, i ~ : I ” “~’ ‘~” ‘ “” -: ‘. I” or $5.00 per one inch for three months. ) i’ ~’; ‘ ‘ …… ;:”” J “-“- i ! Iv -‘~. ,-.( :.. , I; ~ . . “‘-_.: ~ 1 (r’ • . . ~’I : ‘?: I ‘ :. ~ 7″~’ ‘; L~ The State Scholarship Board notified “{ :~, ! . / “,, I J ..-, t l ,, ~”~”: : ./I \ – ……… David Craig ~hat”his score On the 3tate …… ~ ~ …… .. i’ • “-~ ….  . : ~ ,j ~.:ide competit ire exam.inati o.n adflini stored ~i I / / ,. by the Board has made ‘him eligible to be • .” . considered for.a., . Gener~l State Tuition. ‘ i~ “~~i scholarship. . . . q.S:: ‘~’:i’.. ~,!j. Ue had the Best turkey dinner at A SALIYPE Christ Methodist Church on !rovember 5- c.~a~n hard!y wai.t until next yei~r._ _. …. Don IIerdeck is ~.. big man ~.;ho DO YOU UAI,T TO UORK :rITH TILE HOI,’~, ‘:STUDY tri0d to-“hide” behi,m~ the deeds he PROGILq.I Ill CA.’DIN JOlI!~ They st~ill need inspires others to p~rform. But he’s Volunteers. PleaSe CallIIrso .Celeste too big in bodY and spirit.._, to remain hidden. ~.;edenburg at 365″7767 …. I ~fon’t let him shrink a~zay from …. , …… i i “• • ‘ , the praise due him for inspiTing l.PL2., r GROUP OF BROUIEES I~ CABIH JOH! Harvey IIook and the many other s~reating, straining’, self-effacing Cabin Johners A new Bro~-rnie Troop is being formed ~rho finally made a beautified HacArthur in Cabin John for second and third grade Boulevard a reality. girls.. !.~rs…Irene – A.!l..e..n., and . I.Irs. …D.i..ane …………… – ..Don Herdeok..deserves our..praises: ‘ Heflin are in charge. If you.kuow of for “needling” all of us into success. a young lady ~:ho is interested in : – . …. : ::’ He’S helped make a 30-garden-~pot out scouting, please call 365-0680. of a coad o He has helped weld a ………….. c6mn~ity of individuals into united. Our Christmas editioh ~.rill beout in action. He is a great young man ~.rith about three weeks, ple.ase make sure great ideas for Cabin. John .~. ~.re ,get- your -announcemont s–in -time .. ………………………………………………………….. Call 469-8586 ” ” “~ , : ” …. ‘ -~ l.lorris Fradin TIIE C~,IITT~ AGAIHST NATIONAL – C.~I Our status %efore the Commission has The following are excerpts from been established in fact by its allow- the October 8 no~slottor of the Commit- ing us to appear in its hearing on the tee 2~inst l~tional – CAN. point in 5, above. We have two letters “The airlines and the agencies of from the FAA, sa.yi~ it rocognize@~ CAN government sup?~osod to rogulato them in as a party at interest, but so fag it~ the public interest take the attitude hasn’t asked us to come in for a hear- that they are a closed shop. When they ing. We’re ready, any time they are. are agreed on ~at planes are to fly “7 Ne have petitioned to inter- among us, hmz many and whon~ we can justvene as a full party at interest in take it and like it, or if wc don’t liko two cases before the Civil Aeronautics it, lump it. But,anyhow, take it. “IF YOU :~REE, road no further. “If you choose NOT to shut up, however, you kno~z that now we have come to the point that we must PUT UP, and all that follows hero is to help you decide how you can best go about doing your part. ‘q~AT HAS ~IP~EI~D SO FAR “l. On Nay 6, 1963, the Federal Aviation Agency issued a policy paper d0claring that Washington National Airport w~s ‘incapable of safely accomodating volume operations’ of jet ~oard: A. Docket No. 17665, The Wash- ington-Baltimore Helicopter Investigation. B.. Docket lie. 18712, The Wash- ington-Baltimore Airport InvosZigation. “As this is written, Docket 18712 is not scheduled and we have no sign, therefore, as to ~at our status will be~ but it is unlikely we can get the Board to reverse its position on Docket 17665o In that case, on September 19, 1967, by a vote of 3 to 2 aircraft, a clear and unmistakable sig- the CABdenied that we have a right, nal that within a very few years WNA would close, to the benefit of docent conditions Of lifo within the whole community embraced by the Capitnl Deltway, Interstate Highwzy 495. “2. On January ll, 1966, for under law, to intervene. “sO :H~Y~ DO I~ GO VR~ II~P~?” “The very fact that the CAB split 3-2, is a powerful signal that NOl~ IS TI~ TI~ TO flIT TIRE. COURTS.” CAN has started to raise money reasons it has never made clear, the FAAfor the necessary lawsuits and has reversed that finding of May 6, 1963, and on April 24, 1966,, opcned up Na, tional to the jots. “3. The effect wassuch that on December 5, 1966, The Committee Against National (CAN) was f~rmod at a mooting of representatives from oiti- made an area-wide request. In reply to thisplea, the Cabin John Park Citizens’ Association voted in the October 24 meeting to send a $20 contribution. Erika A. Rogala is our local re- prese~:thtive to CAN. If you have any questions about CAN or would like to zens’ assoqiationsin the District , make a contribution, please contact ICaryland and Virginia doterminod~toput Hrs. Stanley Rogala~ 36~-5462~ or }It. a stop to the outrage tha% needs’no Franc C. Ualdrop, A0tin~ Chairman, The e~lan~%ion, hero. “4. CAN’s first 0bj0ctwas to collect evidence of comm~ity feoling~ and we got it.: Our files are jammed with letters fro~hoads of schools , collog0s, churches, hospitals, fro~:~ individu~l citizens, with signed pot!~i – tions, with resolutions from citizens’ associations. All the.so have boon carefully preserved and::Sh~ings have boon made to the authorities in every way thes 9 authorities have allowed — not much~ and not often. “5- !e have been before the National Capital Planning Commission both in formal appearances and by correspondence , with some apparent effect. At least,: the Commission has put a stop to the FAA’s att0mpt at expanding I H~A, piecemeal, as we asked it to do, pending full public discIo- sure of the so-c:=llod “master plan,’ for doing the ~olo thing over as a full-scale jot airport. Committee Against I,~ationai, 4900 Lough-” bore Road, .1~.IT., Washington, D.C.,20016~. /////////////////////. GLE~I ECHO BItRBER SHOP Glen Echo ~Jhopping Center above Drug. Store B~rbers for men and women $2 for adults, $1.50 for children under ! 2, I Ion-Fri. Hours: ‘:30- 6:30 Tel. 657-96: / / / / / /// / /// / /I / / //I / Last week the f0110~ing letter arrived from Viet Nam. le were so happy to In~ow that we had a reader so far away that we are returning Cpl. Via’s dollar ahd sending him a free subscription° “I am enclosing a money order for one dollar so that I ms.y receive a monthly newsletter from my home town while I am stationed over here in Viet; “6. ~.’Te have put the FAJ~ on notice Nam. that CAN wishes to be kept informed of “I only have about seven month~ its intentions, and ack.uo:~lodgod as a left over here and sure would enjo~ full party at interest in any rule- reading about the things that are makings with respect to !TITA, ~s we h~ve happening back at home.” ~’ also as to the Planning Commission. Cpl. William R. Via, 2294708 2nd Bn., 9th N~rines S-1 FPO San Fr,~,~e.~ ~eo:: ~ C~.!~ ~’~-‘~ -” • i~ ~ 7%~I~’ s ~ FOR T~W, ~i~Et~c~ OF O~ G.’a~mRS ..-, HtO tIAVE PLODS ON. I.IA0 A/ITI!UR DLVI).~ Hr. B(=m~istor, ms i~e~’s father, . has given us the following information .’-.~ about the plants ~e might ~ri~h to use. ~ ….. ~~~~ ¢~p!an plots so that .we ,~.~II be able to • ~1~: i ..in– our..for future growth. ,.. ,• IIIit1111111111111111 DOROT!IY …. ~ ~’~’ n~ S BEAVfY S~LON 7687 Macirthur Blvd. Cabin John, I.~aryland Phone : E’~ 5-036.1 t 1:1 1 II I II / I I l I I I I I l I I … . Azalea. ~o~eae~,on • CU :’~ ‘ Porsythfa : Uild Rose Crepe I.Iyrtle Holly, Chinese ,,.~. 4-5 ft- ,. 5 ft.~ 10″15 ft. Spreading Ye~z Arb0rvita Ih.zarf ~.~. ~ ….. ~5 ?Tt. ~ Juniper , Spreadi.,ng. 4 ft. Approx. ” ” Eventual Height Uidth 3, ft. 6 ft. 5 ft.• 5 ft. 4-ft. i0 ft. .5 ft. 4 ft. 5 ft. 5 ft. l0 ft.. 5 ft. 6-8. ft. ( • ft. 4 ft. 3 ft. 4 ft. ,~ Spring: Summer: Ever~!een yes yes yes no no no no yes yes yes yes Bloom spring spring (berries in fall) summer (early) summer spr~ng spring August/ spring .(berries in’fall) none none none I:iost shrubs c~n b~ controlled ~,~eight and.~,ridth by, proper priming- usually after the Ab!ooming perio~ ~. . Rhodedendron is an exception since it should not~ be pruned. ~~ ~i~”\ ……. Our permit . from the U.S… “~rmyCorps of Engineers allows us to plant the following bushes a~d flowers. ~ -, Forsythia, Azalea~ Rhodedendron, Japonic.a, Uild Cherry, }ieigaIia~ Spirea, Lilacs, Flowering Almond, Pussy Uillows Oronge Bloszums, I!aonolia-bushes., JuniPer Planosa,., Spreading Yew, Peonies, Uild Rose~ Ih.mrf Arborvita,._.Globe Arb0rvita, Pfis±er Juniper Fall : HYdrangea , Pyracmntha~. Chrysantham~n~,i Holly bushes ~i:~bs.: • Daf£odils,~. Tulips,~ Cro.suses,-Iris, Tiger and Day/Lilies (yel-lsw., orange), .., ; ‘ ‘ – .r. ‘ ” • , ” ” ‘ ;~ ” ….. ” ~ U – L ” ‘; : ‘ ‘ ‘ …… ,~: ‘–~ ‘ …. ..Gladiolae …… ~. • Bulbs are ~V~-~i.l~b.le., for .planting now. Thanks to Mrs. Long and Mr’. and l.~rs. ” ”’u~i “~ :” – ‘ Cariock, we have..orocus bulbs • ,~nd Ir£sbulbs to put in our” g~rdens now. Come to Dick’thlem. iuPi-~.a~ ‘ tl~ Herdeck’ s at,65i~ ,80th street.. Plant” them now and see the ” blooms.i.n the ..ppring v Our ,thanks .to the C~rl0cks ~ndi.lrs. Lohg.’ ~e h~ve.~2~~-:more gardens”~.~it1~out gardeners, in C~s.e any/~e~’o’dld like to : ., ‘.” :~ , -~.>, ,., ~ .~ ..~.: – ,, ,” – , ~ ‘ . ,.”i.,,~,~( ‘ ,’,.L’~W. try hxs h~nd ~t. ~± ‘call Don Rerdeck at 36 736p for informat~on’:and,~’.plan~s. • There• ~e ~.still :,some.. funds, lef:t, for plant s in our. beautif.iC~ti~On. ~’ budget’ – …. Whi0~ ~we’ i,~.~i~t<}iU~el. ~in.Jthe .~sprin c it o buy more plant s. ” …………. I ~ ….. -‘-,-i.,-i~(.:: .,: ……… : …… ” ……. ‘ ” ……. I I/.I,! I I !,lt’~tit’lt I I I l I I ~ “,In our. iast..issue ~.re .forgot .to .~of.,..local.. people.attendkng college th~s .GOOD AiTD ~&UICIC- rOOD SItOP of }aryiand”~ ,, I Jennifer Jebens is:one of ~lalt~ Uhitman filch School’s Nati0nal:I:ierit Scholarship semi-finalists. ,, , .i,,, • j ..;~ ~ 7607 I.IacArthus Blvd. • Ueekd~ys 6:30. a.m. to 9 P.m. , Sundays 9 a~.m. to 9 p.m~i:i!. …m, …Fresh ~ Pastries + :Meats: / C~BIN JOHN VILLIGE IE.o~T~’ 6611 80th Place CabinJohn,~d’., 2073! 469-8586 ‘ ..i ,~!i¢i~!!! • ” “- i~

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