September 1967

…. k*.,, . -r ” ,, & • …,” ‘- . , -“” ‘ i ‘ ‘. ‘. ~<1.,’ . <.:_”J./i:i ‘:”” …. ” …… ‘ ………….. ,” .L C ~ t:’-rYT ::’, , ,-‘ ,”~ ~ …. ,’,-.” O!:.~j ous!y~ our p.ant:Lng ~,:ill have t ;, :.,~.. ~<~¢.–….. …. .- .. t:,– .. ‘:;,-~,.;,:,,-:, ,. • . . ‘ “!- “l . ‘ ~I { ~..h-‘- :”.’,- r,’:’ “-;-.”~:.”” ~,,’~ .- . …. ., ~ d_o ~%”~.. …… c …. n -‘. to be do,:~ after the County and the John .Pa.~< Citizens’ A~’soci~tion the “-‘,~ ” . therefore ~ an:.quo.l e_,_,.~c fiJ on ‘~ms }io.Ldo Those ,.;: . Al~my nave finisnea, nnd will~ . .. ” “,~4~’, . ” ” ~-.e ±9o7-6,8 yewr: be t. ….. t~.d :by the’. adw~ncing sui~me~ sea- e:-.lected co Office fez ~”, .”c- ” so;~. l..’e do plan, h6weve::~ to do a few ‘ i -L, 7{i- “3 syu0o~.zc -‘lover beds to ~/how our will ard” i:,,:te, utions, l.ost plants will be. -ou% in ~ …. ~n? the Fall along with bul%s. ‘ • -. {.b,n2″ thanks go-to the members of .%he Uashingtcn Aqueduct Division of the Enc:ine@rs, the l lontgomery County C otii<c %1 , and the D on. tgomery County …. P~b~.~c Uorks for their fine coopera- < ”;tion in w?rking out a solution to our ~ w~_~oblems. They spent many hours of. theism time and cams long distances to +rEaCh an agreement, CADiF JOHH ILtPPE.,~IHGS, Continued  ff tholom ,;’ s Church: The teen club will be active this summer ~,:ith both ,.enter±ainment and civic support projects° On June 3, James Bro~m and the Fabulous Flames were a~ Ualt Uhitman • lligh School. P~oceeds from two shows arc going to be used to help pay for band tmiforms~ partable leachers and and American Field Zervice Exchange Student o SCIlOOL nDO°E~S ZEI’2EIIDER 5TH THE DAY AFTER LABOR DAY’ If you or your group uould like to announce your meetings, social or edu- cational events, “~ust call Eleanor Broun at 469-8590. 4231; ~klSED FOR BEAD~IFICATIOU SO PAR The fund raising drive for the beautification of !IacArthur Blvd. has m-eceived outstanding support from area citizens. A total of .”.)423 has been col~iected so far, with several “block Ch{.irmen” still to report on their neighborhoods. An additional donation of ()lO0 is pledged from residents of the Cabin John Gardens. The BeautifJ ?.atfc’n ‘dommittee • thcnohs the commu; ~t~</’for”Jits”i str0n,c support of this p,~,ject.” i~ore funds are needed, howeve!~ to mec-~ the <&ny expenses involved in prettyinL p .ur towm. A~lyone depiring to mabe . .;r -. )utJ.ons Or pedga plants she.,~’Id ~q, F,sancos F-arch (365~-85~2) or i~ancy Schneck (365-5686). °. I; <,,, r ~ ~+~”+ rs. .ill_is a.t Thomius Pyle uni:.,” iJ.{Jl :cbool for hc~.)in(; us ,~/. runllJ.11~_; our rlevs_etter off’ on t}e school mimeo- ~i~’;•.’.t.)l•l l::”:.c}~i(~ :’or rue .•tenths in a row. ?,OVT.j-><2!!:,~p r-7,r c)vP ~-‘<‘ ~Ul I ~,t,~ .-X,”HI :ED ‘~,~ ~,.., , l()l.7~f; 07 ‘fUL:.’,J.’-Y .~ n -:~'”‘” ….. (,.:.,,I f I are : Presi(Icnt – Charles C, I.!oore 04- i,.,~ Vice Pres. – l)onald IcrdeEk 2nd Vice r~-.~. ~ • +r~. – i~rltz Janeai” Cortes. SeCo – Er~ca~ ” RoGala Rec. Dec. – Hancy Schneck . Treasurer ” 1in Shaw- TIrE UI}HrER- FP~U’;CES ‘..~IITTA~R Hrs. Prances Uhittaker has won this month’s contest and ~)2..00 for hez’ entry, “Cabin John, Past”, CAB~}T JOHN~ “PAST by Frances Uhittaken- Cabin John, to me has always been a place of enchantraent~ Long ago, ~.$e. built a little cottage h-ere for ouz” summer pleasure. The hotel was stomding then~ de- serted b’j its owner i so vith my little boy and girl, we wandered through the gardens overgrown with vines and many beautiful trees and shrubs. Uhile browsing about, watching the children play among the. ruins, I ~.rould let my imagination have its ~:ay and see again the gay cro~;ds and hear the music of long ago. Ue continued to explore the woods and creek for several summers, gather- ing oerrle~ rocks, plants, etc.~ mar- -yelling at the wild creatures we met. ‘ , Brucie, our half Beagle, loved, to ^ go vith us and the air would suddenly ring uith his long bugle .call when ha: spotted a rabbit. Leaving our loved spot and going back to the city was just an unpleasan~ duty. The children were not too happy there, so when it was decided to make Cabin John our permanent home, a peace- fU., Contented feeling settled upon us and has remained through the years~ -/I-I I I’I I I I’17 1 17 i/7 1/7’1 DORUNIY IlELEI’I’ S BEAUTY SALON 7687 IiacArthur Blvd. C~j~ n John, I iaryland cone : Eli 5-0361 / I I I I ‘.I I I.I I I ! / I .I I I / I .-~i I o..I I’h~LLY u A ” . < was .held at .the Cabin John J ~~ Center last”Uednesday evening i-parti:-~an candidates for the ,–c,~ion~. The rally uas spon- <th the Republican and Demo- , D e-~ ~’tier; in I recinc~ 7-3. Pre:~Ent we” i’.lin L. ~{2rdette, Alfrcl L. Sr .rid J. ” ~ ” ‘ “‘ £od,7~ ,~m~t:~, all on the o~ .n( three iridepcndcnt candi- hn” C..n~ ~ Joseph Di” ~’ ~ ~ – – .,. . ~ q’; :l~J’~ and . ,’%, ~,,.;~, ..’ ::~ ,. :. . • .g.::ig-,.C.” ‘ .. ;. ~ ,.~ .~%~.,,~ • :”‘; ” …. :K ADS iPJ+&” ~a,:;Boys and girls bicycles for sale~ res..- ~:’);i’%i, ” toted, 6512 715″I;h st., 365.-5762. ‘~’v… ‘~ 4- -k + + + +. + -F + + + + +. 4- -F 4- + + -t.. + ~,-~,,’~.a~,, ~.I:~:’ “~”~, ADS-fILL ,!3L’~ PUBLISH~Do There :L::~ a • .;:, ~: :g,~:~,~ charge of 25 cents per ado Call 469.- :~:~ ” 8586. ,, 4- + + -I- -I- + -{- + + -t- + + + 9- 4- -I- + -I- -i- + . -‘ “::. z,: ~ 7}” “” TT~:’ ‘”” % e~ :?,} OLin ….. t{CJ.~,L .II) rates are ,>2.00 per month 0. or $5.oo for three months pe~ one inch. + + + + + + + + + + + $ + + + + + + + + DON’ S DOODLINGS by .Don is”lehart The village just lost one of its original settlers when A. Clifford lli~- Icinn; moved from his former residence at. 7621 Cabin Road, which he had occupied for about, fifty years. Hr.. Uilkins and his late wife, Harjory, were tuG of the first couples to .purchase land in uhat was then the newly-opened area. of Cabin John Park. Their lot, no 75, shows the remains of John’s Cabin, according to the official land hap dated 1918. With unpavedstreets, no street ligb.ts, and • neither water mains nor sewers~ the ‘.Tilkins took a vigorous interest in obtaining these facilities, as well as the Clara Barton School. Hr. ‘.,~i!kins has recen±ly remarried and has moved to Brookmont. + + +:- .: l!r. and Hrs. Ray Dame of 7712 Tomlinson Avenue have returned from their winter ‘ home in Boynton Be~ch, Florida. ” :~ + + +, i,ir. and l;!rs, C. Jtephen Duva!l, longtime residents ~:and .active ,leader..s in the civic affairs of Cabin John, stopped,by recent- ly on their ~ay from t air home in B~- denton~ Ploridm~ to their summer cottage in lillsboro~ .Virginia. +++ .irs. Don Iglehart returned recently after spendin.G several weeks visiting relatives in.eastern }Tebraska and 7, a ~ • c.ri.u,, IIHY ~wE Oii~:JI~’D’7; 13):. ~,.ere seem,-~ ‘co; be a. gr<,~ deal of apa, thy on the pa, z~t of the vote:l:s tmrards the election for d.elecates to the Con- stitutional Convention° Granted that the subject is not the most e:cciting and thaTb it is difficult to understand vho, t ~re are votin~ for; we still have an ob.igm~ion, as citizens to inform” ourselves and exercise our franchise, The strength of our democrzcy rests on each individual. Your missing vote- weakens._this democracy, The Constitu- tional Convention will convene in September to write up a new doctunent which will affect every one of us. Shouldn’t we be concerned about civil rights, reapportionment, a more effee.’.tive government. , .?The way to get the Con- stitution you want is to send. the delegates you want to Annapolis, Being a citizen gives you rig~ts and duties. Don’t be sloppy about your sacred rights at a time when we are fighting for these same rights all over the world on, at any other time. You. have the right to vote, but you also have the respbnsibility. VC/fE on Tuesday. The CiBIlI JOIII7 VILLAGE ITfff.~S, Vol. i~ iIo. 3 is the monthly newsletter~- of the Cabin John Park Citizens Association. Chairman of ..the Information Committee: Hr. Don Herdeck Editor: firs.. Csanad Toth ~leD~bers of the committee: ‘ I.irs’. ~.Iarvin Sc!:meck , ~ Mrs. Irving Brown -l.lrSo Don Herdeck I:!r- Ita~vey Ilook .I.lr. Horris Pradin l_,Irs,,: Robert Beams CR~iBBIN ! JOHN ~ The opinions expressed in this column attending a class: reunion. ……… are not necessarily t_ ose of this news- + ± + letter, its ~taff or the Cabin John Park In the Broadway sh6{7~ Fiddler On the CitiZens’ ASsociation, but rather the Roof_, one of the hit tunes is “Hiracles • Opinions of our readers, submi{ted to of Hiracles”. So what? So this! At the Hay meetin” of the Cabin John Fire us in writing for publication. The ‘ ~ names ~ of the contributors have been Board~ local members b.e&ng jack DeGolia~ ui-;;hheld by request and by:. the>policy of • Don l.larshall, and Don ~i,’~lehart, vot~d to .,. …… ,.,-., ……. rT^r*T~ “lrm’~i’o reo.uce une t,’~re _:::gaTTax for tne n~-x% . ‘., ,,. ~ ~ ~ . ….. ….. “‘gv:~ i”’= , . . l , “. -./ .4- t- ,rail 5 £I.o~ o~:.,q.~,:lf~ aware ~na’~ 11011″5– IISCD.I year irom ¢..ge’ prescnu kS:/ $o.¢3~ ‘ F;i. o~: ~:~ ” 7~^:”~. ” -~o ~ …. ” ~ ‘ ” I ” ” T ~’£’ 2″~..v. – …… .”/ ~’uuu~±ro~ CtOu, o ~O ‘ e on a per ~.u1:~re~2 el ~ro,~r%y evalua~:lo~. ” n , ,,’g ” ” , . .. ~ – ied’ti~,,,,ot n’s—no~ roaml~ ,iree.: this day of steadily rising taxes i,_ every “” -‘~-., ” …. ~.,,}~,: ~. _ eate~or t i ~ -,or a, “~ “‘” ” – ~ . ;or., ,,.~ I ~unae:r”~,m.cn ~re more o -2, ” .J tie” e” ,De lo L l.tl.LLOle .~ ‘ ,’*:’ to .blame. “:.~.pid dogs that can’.t tell ~fl~ich ~,,’e can all understand. 777″7″7 / 7 / //77 //’//77- ….. GOOD A/~) QUICK FOOD SIIOP 7607 IlacArthur Blvd. “‘t{ Cabin John, I.Id. Ucel’.:days 6:30 tz.m. to 9 P.I.I. r-, ¢ , • ,und%T8 9 c..m. to 9 p.m. ;T ~l T ” ~ ‘T – }T “1~’ ‘  .. (,:. I( …..  Pl …., ….. %VAI I,ABLE’ F. .9 ‘ 1, t ” / / / / / //_7__L_L/_LLJ_J.Z//_,LJ_L/_J: ;P’. ~.’Jl’- YOU’ w: :’:,,,.” illJCl , C_’_~<.: ,’lOli-: ~.’. ~;.. G:.IJJL:I,:OiJ:; ()T’.:P:OJ; ‘l.’O q` the diffe: .~,.v.: between auto Wheels and “fire hydr or their owners who allow m to ,aZ~oughout C~abin John ruin- ~,,,~_~ …. .’,.’l.:!ng and. nipping at the . of J ,_’./_;tltGnes. cl zldrea~ .or start- the-~.:’~dinner .stroll.era an@::~eneral.y ,13 o-,r.-lovi, e neiuhbor by. hc i ,:,’hbor ” :~;’% u the “bold,~.~ hd.e”! Use a-,. .>~;@'” JJ • ‘(~ (1.)” “‘ L”~lll’kC’l.llOQl:lel’zt,~3 O.2 lle~s– ,.:~,’ next o.dj i~j.on~ ,-86. ~7~,~ ….. -~, .. , ,. . -. ~*~ ……. 7-~: D~:.~OC-…~.t ~, ,:,~. Judith Toth to the chairmanship e.:ad vice.-o~:m,:Lrmansh:Lp respectively of pre- cinct 7-3° They were named after the resig’natio,us of firs. -Haureen !.~illcoxon as Chairman and Hrs. Annice Totoro as Vice-chairman this spring. %” Hr. Engel and Hrs. Tcth are pre- “~ sently setting up a new nrecinct organi- zation uhich includes more area chair- me.~{, frequent all-precinct meet’~n~:”~ and pl~m,~ for co_fee~ informal get-togethers ~4 newsletter’~ and a local Democratic Uomen’s Club. .:777///t 7/t I / I//”7 1: i t t-/ .- , , F~t :t …. ‘: Z:’\LE .f.:5,”‘ BAI~ + + + BI.~PIT ” -. ~, + + 7 CARVER RD. .. 1 P.H. UE~!L EVERYfIIIiTG I,Z SOLD ,, Per funds-to send children of the Itome Study Group of Cabfn John to camp .this ..,~summer. There are 51 children in the …… % group from age six up. As many ~,~l :..~e • ,sent to .c~mp as there i’s moncy, All ; don.ations are welcome. Call 365-7767. I //ti.I I 1.1 I I I I…I I I I ! l!J llonnie Talkington~ son of Hro and Ilrs. Ralph Talkington recently won secofi~ prize J_n the annual Pepco con est:. at s’chool. Ile received ‘:15 for his entr~ a wood lathe work-project. ,v , : , ,U” , POLES CU# OH I.IAY 13th Under the direction of Cabin John ~, l-1 ~ ~ .,.I a,~ ….. !.~ ~g. CAHDIDNfES ,’:’V The follo~d.ng ,s a p_zt~, list of:%L.e candid.ates for the June iBth . election° District 1 may vote for 7.’. lron-partisanslate: James V. Bennett IB Franklin L, Burdet%e 3A Royce IIanson 6A Salvatore Do Nerboso Alfred L. Scanlan 9B Jack I1arshall Stark Irene Tinker .Ualker Bi-partisan slate: James V. Bennett F Franklin L. Burdette 3A Edward J. Clarke 4A Royce Hanson 6A Gerald D. Horgan 7E: Alfred L. Scanlan 9~ J. Hedge Smith IOA The Free Slate: IIelen Stern Blair 2~ Robert II. Burkar~ 3B Lk~g~ne J. IIardy 6B Donald R. Osborn~ Jr. 9K Carl R. Sturges liB ” Uilliam E. Yost, Jr. Independent: John Co Dillinghom 5A Joseoh Brinton Dillingham 5B .,,” /,v F/d.IILY PII~.I LOAI~D <, “Parents. Are People~ Too.~” a .~- . minute film on the ~elationships between teens and their parents, may be iorrowe&’ ~ri%hout cha.~ge from the Haryland.State .. ,Dep~.rtment of Health , 301 U. Preston “~%., Baltimore. ” Deau’t/fication Committee Chairman llarvey If you would”like %0 receiv@ your. ilo’ok, ‘eeveral teams .of our male citizen- monthly newsletter by mail for o~a: yea~r~ ry rallied-at the Rockville PEPCO ser- vice yard on Saturday~ Hay 13th. Their purpose: cut up, load and cart away enough, foo~ge of pole to stretch along the south side of I.~.acArKhur..Blvd. from’ Cabin John Bridge to Persimmon Tree Rd. The Army . Corps, of Engineers li~s approved plans for the Beautification and up-grading Of the boulevard. The perm~t from the Corps stip.u!ates that please send your-name and address plus SI.00 to Hrs. Judith T oth, 66’11 80th ~ Place, C~bin Johfl~ Hd. ~ 20.731. Iit Itl t/’11111 AN AD~ff!SEIIEF9 ! AH ADVERTISFSIEI~ ‘ ..~ ,~CDISTRICT I VOT_~E for political freedom for political equality there must be P. b’~rrie’~:,between the road. -“‘.~. …. ,,~,~ … ‘.”.~ – . ‘ “”:!:’.T’~’,or political oarticipation and a sidewalk. ,~pC.0..)’~.game through~wmth ” – • .~..~.~,~.<~.,~ ~,,,. ‘ . …… :~’~::” for the men who told you used poles — ~n ~,0~,;~’~40 foot. l~ngths ~”,~’:!ii(-. ~” whox.’,~’~ they stand for use as the ,-.,. “~” ‘ ‘ •.va<,~:5. ” ~; ~_ ,~late(} divider. , ~z .{:”~:~”‘} ,,. –. ” .3~;;.r Uorking all day long vit.h lh,:” ” Bobby and Billy Pcyton, uho voiant~. their time and skill in oper.ating a. • lift and trucks (rented from Jack Pe~ “ton’ s rJ~ree Service) ~ a*nd uithoui ~rio: hclp the task uould never have b’eer~ plcted. Jimmy Green and Peter C.’: ~;:’e also commended u.nd thanked f, • use of the:i.r chain caw.G~. The .OLLL: could ,not have bee~.~ handled uith0ut their help. ~ .~ ” ” ‘” O;her c.itizen~” coutributing the:Lr musc’.c and tJ.,’:lc,, to 1: iz~ o.’~c, .of ma.r<y b,:Y;,~d, il’icatiOfl l)”ojcc ts~ o.r..i, s@rvi’,~g on ‘.:!o:u! ~itL; and .:).i’te:,_’noor~ “,hifL”..h-,”~” : ‘ $.  ,J • ~ (~X;’.ll(f:X’~ ~-;t(:ve (‘…td.~:~ .”T’,’>I.K’.! T”,.-.. TI ….. I – “”” ‘ ” “‘ ‘ .’ …… ,,,: ,k–H.;,…~ i0′:’i.’_I.1i ‘U’ L~(;Yi; ‘,J.~ i~c.,i~ “, I  r,.:”…’,.,. ‘~,,’ ~ ,,~,:u:~””‘- i.,.,. : ‘ T- 5 ,.,TGIIM.I A: . ” -,..on D!LLIIGI~,I 5B ~. : …. • By Authority ;Jandra Dutherland, Treat:rarer ,__LL_L t I /./I_.l l 7 ‘/;/I/I I 1. unroof i~our services “on ~!uesd:’:a-“y~ “. .-3.,~ ‘;~ ,s a poT”‘ watcher 0~fa”!;vd~te • ..~,,te-‘.,..~ ~-~ ~u ~ .~. ~ , “.’!~” ~ ~-85s6. ‘~2 . i . L” ‘” ~ A” ‘ t.~<‘ , , ;* * (:.:n 0 …. oi~,_’i CJ t.~’-” sr-_,z e4: 7:.” . t ,!~’~t. PICKI~ B,.’dU~L BEADTY P.’,_RLOR }< . ” , ,~,.~ ……. • ~f~:.~,,,, :~’, …. by I,~orri s ?radin ~’~;,;,.,~.~:~,. • …. ‘~t~ .” :In our Brigadoon-like C~bin John there’s a’ female version of an oldtime ;, ~.,~.~{ ….,j ,.,ct;c.r,,1 crete ~ f …. ed for its cracker b~rrel~ pickle tvb and pot-bell.Jed stove~ ‘~.r!iore !~omospun wisdom was generated, around continuous ollecker 6-ames. :~,~ ,,. Jirso iTelsono, proprietress, of Dorothy IIelen”s ~eauty Sc~lori~ a.t.!IacAr%hur and ,*P” 7′-(~i Street~ doesn’t boast any such props…yet…she does serve her patrons ~ ce:.ze~ cookies and brownies. She also sells her customers’ honey~ eggs~ apples~ ‘~. c, ny,;hin G that’s in season~ with:which a ous-tomer may have paid for. a hairdo., ~ .i,’avorite recipes are s~rapped~ messages to friends and neighbors are left here. )isti~_etive pottery creations by a neighbor are sold in the salon and on occa- …. ::.ion original oil paintings, by a local artist have.decorated the.~.~alis of the.” .~h;:/~” ~'” .,~.a. ity parlor. • .” .- • “. .,~. ~…~”~:tA mhe slioo boasts a “}Tursery !.Toolc” complete with toys and coloring books. ‘ ‘:~-“,~:~ ~*liere~ mothers and grannies corn leave their offspring in sight while they “get, ..~ ,’:-,.:,:~.,’~t~”.~”. .~.,,:;;.,, . . • :~<… ~;~._,~ trec, tment” and learn about local births~ marriages and deaths, and othe~’ news 2 concerning Cabih Johnners in–between those earthly stages. -.,”.-. : .h.mooo single-h~nded~, the bubbly proprietress had canvassed for thousands cf slollars for ~ near organ to be ilis:~&lled in the Christ .Iethodists Chunch ac._o,.~ s~ ,”,he 9trcot~ where she is also 6lie choir mistress. She .has also sold aprons~ . ~’~”~ i ‘–‘” “~ , . ….. ~.,,.zL, ~ coilies~ preserves and other homemade p~oducts contributed by the c!,.u_~.~ch-going p.:!ienteie~ to fill the churcli’s coffers.. • , :.Customers ar~ive at Dorothy Helen’s in Cadillacs or-. jalopies from the pete- ‘ .~; .:ic.o hmt area or from Bannockburn~ Bethesda or Brool,nn,,onto Or they wall{ in from ,… ,?L_I over Cabin John. Ar.d they leave all aglow and “prettied Up”. Sometimes a deserving teena~er ~ithout money but with a heavy date can “,ro:-‘k: out the .cost of a permanent by washi’ng the windows of the beauty shop.. • ,?:, Besides bein~ a grandmother and wife,, the sparkplug of the establishment “” ; :; has two ft~med c0.leg~ate football st~rs for sores (both now reside in Texas with their families) an( a daughter~ Iioan~ who has remained in Cabin John as the ,~ife of IIarvey Jool~. She is an at’rive church leader~ fiddler~ singer~ mother ., …… ccufessor~ friend and neighbor to all in Cabin John. She sparkles into and ….. ” . through almost every event .that takes place in the community. Her cheery dis- ‘ , position and common sense aEvioe have helped smooth out many a rough spot in .:the. ‘~” lives of those around her. ‘~ . “, ‘b Ea, cn,~’: ~ summer~ .the swimming pool s~ib~.: her husband and sons built for-%hem- ” . selves in the backya’rd of their home • near .the shop is almost empty of IIelsons~ ., but b~imming “-‘” “~ “”:~ ” ,.~ ,,h r..elgli~e~hood kids…and, their dogs. One enthusiastic lady c~stomer. Suggested that Dorothy Helen’s saion ba renamed the “Happy IIours Beauty • Shbppe”. “It’s really fun to come here,” She said. “Lil~ going to a party where I can’ *let my hair do~rn, while having it put up.” ‘ (Ed. note. This article was ~ritten several years • ago. Since then Dorothy -!-!elen’s has beer, “prettied up” i~i~li hey furniture and a very feminine ~ll pink interior. Othc~:’~:ise~ Dorothy.l.Telson and the at.m0sphere ,remain the same.) LIBPulRY JOB# FOR TEEi”AG~R~, Junior and senior hig_} school stu- dents are el.icibl.e to apply for posi- tions of Library Pase andg’high school. ~ c ~ ~ ~ ,- ~ ~- .. gr~dmvtez for ~csi.tiOn~ ao ;c,x,. A~sis-.” tm’rl;s in the v:~..r’~0us”i!::~’~ciles of the Hontgomery Count ri’4~Jb’:~ic Libraries. !.pplica-Lions “.,rm~y<{~{“”obtoined an@ fLl :).1; ~i33″ Bre, nch Lib:,’ury~ the Couut ~ sonnel Office or’ !,ibrary lieadq, the D~vis ~”,”anch. ?ages ~To:r.,: .~  each week while Desk Asnlsta~,.hs work .~v~,rct~,~o of tLreity }lou,~zs per l-~ec.l{, ,,.,b. Joll’l :b.tA ,allRl.:/S be(-l soI” , ….. ,-~’o “~ . c:iose-;t libra ” ..e.) …… ~.oc. i”.I olr . . ;:i.i,’.e ~’ct..s .’,:ru.ncli at 5501 I.~as~ •h’,::o Uima .riute.r ,:’,e.rved as thi,; ..z~,. .. J …. L rc, T, resc, ntc~~:L\ (,. I.ir.~. Kenneth Wi.:h(‘.o:co}i :i.::” :t :aembr-l, el’ the County .,i’b~2;t:u,f. ‘r~.., ~ “‘” …. ‘ ‘~ ‘ ” ~ t ~ “~ (  i ” ‘ ~; ” L t  1 Iclred ‘ Uine- .:; I;o,!e c.n,.7. Don i,?;lc.b.”~:r.’t oJ…-: member;~ eL” ‘J,.c. ,ittc !,’¢..ls :;t,’tff. *.. .. -F -i.- -t- :: ….. *.’ ‘ ‘:t.~ ,•’.,L “‘”‘”!Cr’lJ,”l ” L.~(.-.”J “id’ II•:~L”:(I. t .”O:’W,:u..! ‘;o. . !,(.,:,”(:i.i~ ~’..~ . ~,J!~” ” q’..,O.:’.::C~i~. aries-“* Ilichael Shawen, son of Hr-~. and Mrs. Charles H. Shawen of 6526 Seven Looks Rd., has just re~.urned fr0m six months of Army Reserve’. tr~ini.ngo 7-/ ‘ / / / / / / ‘I UOHEY. -~ REoi,.,UPUti~ ~,,. ,i kaeA\rthur .Bl’~ d. . Cabzn John~ I.{d. • , :~RY-OU2 SERVICE FOOD + BEER .,_.’/I/.//I/I///// XLJP! HELP! IlELP~ IIELP’. ,;;”~” ~”..,.,,,i. .~,, advertiso-rS:/and subscril.,e-.”r r,,-:.”:’,’7 the cost oI puol<tu~t.lon. . . ,co 6 r~Dh mac.izne.:~,~ …… ,A.~t .,c .ae r,o oervo you ~,very mi.,q’¢~,m.~ )?e vo.Llln~oers Lo “tF.r’l T~e”: l~;Oi~j~y ;:c~ or just report to us. ,~’~’@~.~;” .FOUR t, lJ.I.ji,J,.) AGSOCI:~IIO}I C ” ~T;~ …. ~IUW~T-Tpc, ~i ‘.! :,h’~lt’, b T,:..~Z,l .a “J~s,J …. , ~ t’1 ~ 11 tll 4(‘.. 12Zi. t JOIZT ItOii:;~ ~g …… PROGR t; o (‘,D.bin John florae ?eu¢ly Progr~tm oC::tion bb” bri}zg’in~” together volunteer sorle,}i:d~;,your tiJu<.,, ‘I;o .~h.is tremendous o~i”!q~,l;~!~~:~! D.c t ±vity pl ease’ call If you are short on ~ime~ tt;e Cabin~..J, ohn Study Group can ah.r~ys use you contri– ,,,~ differentco~:~mun~ “~’~zes to bution…and it is tax deductiblel ” : .:,~ ::, project of mutual benefit !,re should all be proud of ithis g><,..,..,., . &.rid .interest. , The Pro’Tram is also effort by our ioc::l citizens. Ima~in~’~::~;~ ~” bui:L~:,.~ G for the :;:uture b:,,r ~renaring the the Cabin John !ione Ltudy Group : ‘7~: e:rl~,C,..:e~% fo:c opportunities opening up to existed !on~ before tIead. ,3tart ires “l:~:~em ~ dreamt up ! ::,- ,~, ‘ :n  he  ro ra,  X A X/-////////4 / ;’ “,~&S ‘ ………. ~ ” t ~ . – L ” ,..~o~n du..=n~. ±.so urn e. of 1963-64 by’ “” },egx. o paren.~s and vol£mteers from sur, .~:. ‘”.~;:.~:~O~mcling m-burbs as a means of fostering ” . ,.-mr.~,-~.rstan Ling botueen oommtmztzcs. A1- :;~ ~.” . .j+. .., , • ‘ ~thO’o.gh ui~e pro,src, m started uzth negro, ~{~!clre.k. it is next fully integrated. An TUOI~Y’ S P~.j~_~Ult .~’ 7941 llaeArthur ~lyd. Cabin John~ lid. ~,N 5-2o7o C_ilhRY- oLr~ SERVICE ,a,qa~!D.l.y impoztc,nt purpose of the Program FOOD + BP~ER • ~,2..~;e imprbve the cl~ildren’s ~ttitude /”/ / / / //_ / // / /../. / // / L/_/_/_ / • “:!,’~r.;;.t:d. school uith the” hope that this. • .SPO.kr :ORS OF’ G..~RD.’.~±. -“r PLOTS ” ,.;i:,_l’.:lec.d to incre.ased academic achieve- ‘ .-., “:~ :i :: ‘i”:; “iParent volunteers Share the respon- .tlthoush ~re he, ve sponsors fo2~all ” -sibiiitic~ of r,~,nc’cing tiie .Progrp~m and ~.;~ ,, .. .~ ~ ~ 30 g~.rden nlots~ ~.re plan to start this ,.;:.,~”. a’~ffJo open ~ ~eir homes for, ~tudy sessim s.~..” . ~ . n …….. ‘ :”;:’~b~” ‘ ~ ” ‘ * I* ~ ” ” ‘ ‘ ” I~±±, ~re need ~. leu more vo±un%eers ~u -~;~>:O~:ttsi¢.e voluntbers serve in many uays.”.-,… ” , ….. …….. ne±p some o,- our groups ao ~ne heavy .~:~d.Uctin~ ~~tudy sessions, tr~.nsporting rrork of getting .the gardens put ‘into f.:., c.,h$’ld.ren and~ along ~.rith t!,_e ,parents, ffnal shap&; Please phone llr. Harvey ‘9.-T.r~anizing” an& ~:,n:,~ing %he Program. Hook (365-0571) or firs. Donald llerdeck ~::: ” “‘:,” , Homo study sessions~ held t:.’ico ‘”ueei;ly, (each tutor uorks 0nco a ueek) (365-7365) if you~’oan offer 2-3 ho~.~s • – within the next tuo weeks to help a few ‘&~.~ ,.t CoubinatScn of-aelpzng uith school of our members. Don’t shy away…t~e ~,.ssi,snmont~ and of “~timul:”~ing..-the ” plots are ~ 4’x 12t. children to use their l~aouledge. . Trip~ :. to intereatin.L-pl&oe z and special events ‘ , Hei?e ar.e the sponsors for our ,- ” .garden pi’ot~ tO date.* – e:..~.o.nd their :rorld. Eaoploring their”: .’i. Girl :3cout Tro~p ~248 (at bridal’e) -~apabil’ities~ ex:,~Cssing their ideas~’ • 2-11. Cabin John Garden Association roc, lizing their oma ~orth – these are ,:-. …. .sbressed in the chi’ldre.n’.,~s.-.~.,olationship’ ~.!2..-~ ilr. aa~d llrs. btanley Regina with the volunteers. • : ‘!r~!2.:.~:- . . …~. I:Ir.’-J~es Green. e.nd l.ir. a=nd M=’~. . , t ‘%”~ ::5: …. Road~ng development is.:.em:~h&sized i’~ -q in.’£ dc~i’l..~.progr~m ,coerCing, ted uith the ~,,o ” t.e~che~s 6f Clc, r~, Barton E~enentary ,(: ” “.(i~oO~”: ‘- Pc.rent’S: oo.n aotively help-in .::’,..-,..~ll’o: ..qOl,~OlS.. ” • . ‘ -” • ‘ .” :~ …. ~,I;::. . ” “::/:;’i. T.;:~i{e? nursery program enrolls., four- ‘ ved::r-ol~, residents Of Cabin ‘John-in an integrated, d¢,ily pre-so1~ool. A. profess- .” Csanad Toth 14′..}it. and firs. Robert Palling’: 15. l~r:. crag Hrs. Voigh.t (bybus s~op) 16″. I:i~. and lira. D. iler~eck 17. I’~r, and lira. ,G. Lup’oino 18. Nr. and Hrs. I. Broma (east of ‘ stairs) >19″. iir’. cmd l,tCs”. Badgeley 20″. i!:.4:>i::~:n,~:Ii~’s,. Frazor ” ional- teacher~ uith ,:trio aid of mgthers and 21′. i._ ‘~’~ Itr:. Ilp,~y Hook ‘ other volunteers gives the ,children indi’ 22.. • I.Ir..and firs. ~~ Shau .,-….:” :. ‘!’ v~clual attention anc~ g.roup aCtivities to “‘” help them grou in l:-,ngu:~ge skills, social 23. Brqo~A0nt Garden Club (I.~, J,.ohn ‘ JesSu”p) (opposite fire ho~se) ” adjustment’ and the abili%y.,.t:O.,..think for .’,~>” ‘ ……. ‘ ‘ 24′.-.’: i.Ir..~ud Hrs. F Janoar tJ~emsolve s. ~%,,:”, .”:~-~. : . ~ ‘ • ……. • ” The recrec.tio- ,~r.6’~~iaf,,ter sol~oolo …. on S~.turdays, and ~g.~>tlie. oummer.:~,~.,~es children beyond th, £~m~’,~s of thei~ earn nezg’hborhooa. Ca, mpo~h!ps e~re ob~a~ L .for some ehildren~ ~rips, s}riua~ ….. creative aotivitiec i~.re made ave” ~r others. ~. The outstanding)chS:~-.~cteri~tic of tb.e P.roG’r~,m i3 tfm joint’: effort of, ~; ..:=eig’hbors to im…;rove 1Scal co~’..dition/’ ‘,o ??reparo the children for the lif :,heo.d of them.. Lo’,r income fanili~:: .,:ar.ued Shat conditions cc, n be c l!anged; ‘ v.clunteera from upcot income levels hDJ# G” ‘..nod in their undor,~tand&’nS_,” of !.}urae.n? ~, ne,i.ds, liutua, l rear, oct and ~ooperatioh p. . :3.r:. the results. ….~.,: ‘ ‘i)  …….. ;~F . :-‘~-, ‘” ‘ . The Ilo~e !Jtudy Group is Dze~b~.~tl~.:,: bad~/ in need o:,? tutors. If you …… q:-,- -!. £nd ilrs. Camplair -‘.-‘~d Hrs. “.rinslow m” lh’~. -~,,, ..r..}.relso,n ~ f i lr,~_ – jC =. T. Patch lira. gieb ‘~(i{:'” :ms. abandoner (onposxze ” W..5 ….. :~.,~ree head) .~iefa~mber that %he plants …:tqed uith the money from ..t,.::ity. Their de’~tructien -j shins to e~.ch a..nd every ff ,r he~&th” ~n~.”~gt~e” ‘ t5 -ren’o~ :s.,: all pf us! ….. ,~!,~” ‘,=, :..t:!;er by m~.i, fo~ne:’}.~e!a ~?;’-‘ Jo’m, lid., 20731. :!~;:;s: ~ ‘ ,£ %#’ The folowing program is the product ofthe replies received-to the ques- “~J~ tionnaire sent out by the Citizens’ Association~ criticism of the Association b’y .~ ,~ –.i@ tltcmembership. in the general-and executive meetings and conversations in depth …. ” ,~, .,,, ~i,.th •private citizens of Cabin John. The purpose is to point out the problems, in.’ ‘ , :pur .community and to recommend possible courses of ~ction in order to rectify them. :’g,$’>:I’~:’ ,:..Definition of Cabin John • . ‘ ” ,i!~’.<:!a!i:””,i. Cabin John is a ~o~m of homes~ and, it should stay. t-_at wa.y., it is ::~’,~,<~I.ready an attractive o.ace and ceogra.ohically is ideally smtuated. Although it i”sjclose to Uashington~ it has maintained sgmet ins of a “country-town” atm0s- : phere. Cabin John has not been and should .~iot be swallo~;ed up by greater subur- biao .Is Cabin John continues to gro~i, new subdivisions should be oriented tmrard us and not to~rard Carderock Znrings or other nearby commmitieso Ue cannot afford tl~e%~ioss of the talent and the energies of 0ur new neighbors. Ue need them and w~. must do our best to eonvinc~e them that ‘they need Us grid that they do “belong” ,:~:~,’ ‘~… . . . . . . ,,, : .. …. ::;”. B,.-~.The geographic boundaries of Cabin John are set forth in.the constitution of thd<,.Cabin John Park Citizens’ Association and are subject to revision. • ,.~;- ‘ -:~,~ ;i” .::,..II. Uhag are the ma3or problems of Cabin John? …. ~’ A. Roads and public transpor’tation . I. The through streets (lacArthur ‘B~d. Seven Locks Road~ etc.) and ‘ ‘ ,- local streets (Carver Road, etc/”.~ are poorly paved and maintained. . ‘ < 2. The incomplete Og~rge Uashington Parkway fat tlf~ district line con- : ” ‘ tM.~ue.s, to ,make Commuting slow ~nd hazard~s. 3′. The.bus service into the District of’ Colombia is. entirely inadequate. 4. The iack of sidewalks ~indsz{,e.~walking areas expose the pedestrian populati~6n to unnece~sary%dangers° 5. mhe eeore ation Center’s pa> ,*ne area too small. If,~ Pclice security “”, i’. There is. a high incidence of :~urglary and theft. • .2″, Loi,ttering ,.,, , ~. , 3. ‘ ” ‘”‘”:'”:’-: : ….. Sgeeding “,,,. ~” C ‘; Beauti{‘ication . ‘= ,.; “, ” i’. Irregul~r trash removal ” … ” ,: ” – – ..2. Zoning,, violat,i.ons ., , ~ “” .~, • , ~ ,:.:~, {,.’:i,.:~’3″. Lack .of prope r maintenance of HacArthur .Blvd. shoulders ,,- t :”~ ………. 4. .Neglect of firehouse ar4a :.: , ,, v>~.g,.:-,, “..~ ~, ~ …. .’,, . “”” “”~* ~/~. : ..~:~,4”:”~ ~'”~-*’~:’:: “. 6′.5″” Untended vacantUnsightly local lot~business'” . . establi s hmg~, t s,,,. ..<” . ,,.. :'< 7. Car trash d ping : . ,-.-) “”D’. _Io~ “~e (Jet, helicopters~ firehouse: sire”~6~,-‘othe~. ;.,. ,.. %, li:. Recr@ation. (Lack. of cultural programs, ~% club, a community swimming ~.: . po’ol~ parle activities), ‘-~’ . – .:’.~ F’. Rezoning (Hew h~using e.velopment~ and busi ‘:, ..,~, ………… ~… to b~. • ” ‘; T ,n,n .-,:~ l”.m ~ i~tt;% ”’ “”~”,V , ,–. ,*. AI r _..)VE,~_.-,.~.IJ..,I …… t “e~,~9~RTI …. 1 7 rD~ T “r ” i ~” T v ‘~1 VO ….. ~20P. T!!E A,-,-uI.~.~C_, !’~OR ,~ ^ B~,_T .< ,, VOTE P0R ABILITY, B_’~C vo” VOTE I;~0R mm-,~,~ ¢ !. q'{5.: .- ., ….’,, ” James V. BZH7 Prank.in L. DUR= Edward J. CIAPJ(i ~w% Royce I.’.J::30lI 6A 7% P.60ce “;I’,~<: g-uA .- ,.’ ,,.:.:i4{… :.< ‘,qi.%i.:.~>~il …. q<., ~,~, “4..’~./ ,. % % t~ r, • s,~ pertaits) -” ,. q. es. • • ‘-7-7777///////// ~,~, ‘ ‘AAA A2dk EBB -” BBB¢ – ‘~ COC’-~:. .~ ,{::Reuben Sanders, Tr6~ .~’ ‘ %t.,,}~ • .~{{ x -,, ~ } ? t”. :~, d

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