March 18, 1999 - Greenbelt News Review

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March 18, 1999 - Greenbelt News Review
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IS Crescent Rd., Suite I00, Gr<enbelt, MD 20n0-1887
Roosenlt MaD Reeoastractioa
Is ..... CoaacU Meetiag Topic
lt)'LadGor.a
Cily Council took several ac-
aa. Ill funhcr the reconslruction
ol a-veh Center Mall. inchld-·
ing repairs to the Mother and
Child statue at its March g regular meeting. Also, Council n:ceived an update from its special
COUnsel on the status of the day's
lawsuit relatine to road impmve-
menta ror the USDA complex,
supported legislation to increase
the tax on cigarettes. and referred
a proposal for additiooal liehts at
Braden Field to lhe Park and
Recreation
Advisory
Board
(PRAB).
Roooevell Mall
Council authorized employing
Sharon Koehler aS the tonservator
The materials will be selected to
emulate the physical properties
and appearance of the original
marerial.
Councilmember Alan Turnbull
staled that .. We arc lrying lo
make up for 61 years of neglect."
He asked Craze about future upkeep of the slatuc. Koehler has
already proposed a cativL'i cover
lo protect it duri,!)l inclement
The Motlltr 1111 Clll/11
statue. "We aft trying i:
make up tor 61 years
of neglect. •
-Alan Tumbll/1 City
Cou'"llmember
of the Mother and Child Statue.
Council was told that Koehler has
impeccable credentials and experience in the treatment of outdoor
sculptun:. She will complete her
work over a 6 week period of
residency, projected to begin in
mid-May. Tbe estimated cost of
restoration is $62,937.
Celia Craze, plaaning and
COIIIIIIIIIIjJy clovetopment director,
gave rwtber detail• Oft the upcoming IJ'eabne.ftt and restoration
of the Mother and Child statue.
In response to CouAcilmember
Rndney Rohens' question of two
weeki ago, Craze said the exacl
materials to be used cart not be
determined until different types of
bindcn and resins are appliod to
the statue in small test areas.
weather, and she could propose
additional mca.'Oures after looking
at il further.
Council approved the proposed purchase of cafe tables,
chajrs, umbrellas and trash cans
for the Roosevelt Center. The
furniture will be evergreen in
color, durable, and handicop accessible. The price quotation
from Keystone Ridge Desisns,
Inc. is $22,576. Tbe furniture is
expected to arrive· in mid-May, at
the time construction wor~ Is ex-
pected to be complete. 'TUrnbull
wanted lo know if the chairs will
he bolted down or if they can he
moved around freely. '"They can
be either,'' said Craze. "II is our
hope ttial we will not have to
[bolt them down.]" Davis inquired who would he responsible
for Iakins .down the umbrella in
harsh wead!er. Craze seemed 10
favor the idea that the users
would take them down. Experience will show if a needed individuat should be- aS!Itgncd lhc
task.
Concrete work will be contracted to Maryloll\l Paving and
Sealant, Inc. on a ""'' ....;
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The: a.uthun.tatmn of the negotiated purchase of ..:a~t iron tree
gra1es for use in the renov~ion
was approved by Davts, Pulens
and Turnbull, but not hy council ·
member Roberts. He went on
record that $33.228 was too
much 10 spend on lrec arates.
Craze supplied the infonnarion
that the grates are unfinished,
they won't - · and are maintenance (roe. IIi addition, they are
ADA compliaftt. lroftunilh IVchlt«tural Products will be poorins the concrete in an estimated 3
weeks time to set lhe grate supports and angles.
It was approved that Davey
Tree Company will provide the
structural soil and landscapina
services for the reiKJ'VIbon. Davey
See COUNCIL, ,... 5
Resideatial Geese: Oat of Control?
by Barbara Youaa
At the end of Research Road,
high
up
but
not
far
from
Greenbelt Metro and Beltsville's
patch of light industrial busineues. there suddenly appears a
heartliftin1 panorama of neat
fields and distant green hills
spread out below as if for the
personal
delectation
of
people let them go and they
adapted 10 living in urban areas
and using stonn waler dramage
ponds, and they began to reproduce," he conlinues.
'1bey 're flighdcu in the summer when in late June and early
set hunting dales and try lo slow
the population growth rate. He
is quite aware of .and sympathetic
July
Atlantic Flyway Representative
they're
moulting and
replacing lheir
Greenhelten. Wanderina the Agricultural Resem:h Center foelds ...,.J...._,.
below with the black Holsteins
are Hocks of hundreds and hundreds of unconcerned Canada
geese, .orne miaratorY and some
residential.
.......tlod Geeoe.
It's impossible to tell the difference between migratory and
residential Canada aeesc. They
are essentially the same genus
and species, and all have black
heads and necks witb a white
"chinltrap." ''Then: are II races
of Canada aeese, and the residential or sedcnwy bird is a de-
scendant of the Canada goose
which - often kept in captivity
aDd
&ISOd as a decoy to auract
wild ...... for hunten to ohoot at
random until the Federal Migratory Bird law wa passed to liberate them," explains Larry
Hindman. Waterfowl Project
Manager ror the st.tc's Department of Natural Rescurccs.
"After the law was passed,
to the birda' popularity with hunten and nonhunters alike.
Migratory geese are not the
problem, points out Jerry Serie,
ror the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service, but a!> to residential
Canada geese: - ''I'd have to say
their numbers arc 'oul of control'
at this lime." He estimates there
are over a million residential
geese in the Atlantic Flyway
alone, and says that when state
agenciea moved geese oroond the
.See
extreme overpopulalion,
they're captured and euthanized
and turned into meals for the
homeless."
Problems Hindman cites in
addirion to overpopulation are
damage to water quality, the
dropping of fealhen; occosiooal
aggressiveness. traffic problema,
damage to propcny and dan&er
to flying aircraft. His clepan·
mcnt survey• the bird popullllion
every spring and works with the
U.S. Fisb and Wildlire Service 10
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A P'oiM ,_.
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Greeabelt'• lt....t
Lieau-t, Tho..... Kemp
by Barbara
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"Afler 14 yean, I still look
forw.-d to cominJ to work every
day," saya Greenbelt'• newest police lieutenant and patrol com-
mander, Tom Kemp, a tall,
slraiahtforward, friendly officer
who has lived in Greenbeh
among those he polices since
19K3, when, a.< a colle10 student,
he lived in the rirehouse. He
joined the Police Depar1mcnt in
March,
198~.
After yc.n of workina rotalifttl
shift•. Kemp io slowly aetlina
used to the patrol commanderrank preroJativc of workins days
and having weekends orr, al-
tbouah he still manages to sleep
only five or six hours a nighl and
lhc "weekends oil" could include
a police call-out or part-lime
work at ttle l;lol iday Inn. or
Friday'• restaurant. The days
could be ten boun Ions .
"After so maoy yean of ahift
worlo., I alept 18 boun straight on
my lint weekend off," he .........,_
bon. oddina "and I llill .,_, no
sleeping or eotina hobits • all."
At any aiven 3 Lm. he believe•
he'• more alert than most people;
exccpc for .txJUC a year spenl in
lhe Administnlive
~ision,
per-
. ronnine background rn-tiplionl
and simil• usianmenu, he hu
worlo.ed rotatioc patrol sbifts for
14 yean.
Tbe Patrol Diviaion thia lieutenant commands coesisll of 31
authorized uni form.cd officers
serving
011
four squads plus nine
communicaliou apccialiab.
Re-
siped as a Community ~
Policing Officer to work wilh
civic groups and merchaatt
(among olhen) and 10 pcrfonn
bike patrol u crimlul IICII•I~
pcnnits. Tbe Depanaleat II Clll'rently hirini to fill tho pcaillonl.
Playaa... Worblbnl
Whether workilla or playina.
thi• is an off~c<r not li- to inactivity. '1 lcoml'd to plo)' hard
from the huh llide of the r-ily,
the Kempa, my o.d'a aide, and'
to .work hard ri'OIII the Ocnnan
aide or the fomily, Che tiaap,
my mother'• aide," ho says. In
oddi1ion to doina pan-time wort,
he's a member or the Groeabelt
Fire Department, a certified private pilot who can fly out of
Colleae l'lrlt airport, and o conilied di-. He also ........... to
teach police manaae•••• •t
Prince Geoop:'o Com.-ily CGIIe,e. and u inw>lved· in actl¥iliol
with 10111 Jollll'l'homal. 10, aad
Timotlty, 7, bodl llucloall • St.
llup's. He alao eotjoys - , . .
clina and -..obiiiDJ and . .
cations • lakea.
He an:w up in the hamill of
Jameaville outside Syracue, NY,
populolioo about 2,000. Hlo ,.
ther was a COftllruCtion wort. in
Syi'8CIIM, and his mother warbd
• the
IIChool and ...
ror Xerox Corp. Tbe liviaa in
Jameovillc wu aood: "Beeliad
our home we had • .... llolll. •
lake-like re""rvoir, and rolliaa
hills u rar .. the <Je cauld ....
You could co deer bualina iD the
e..,_.,
aljaceat to ~; JOU
cetllly squad strensth ludlo- cauld walk out in Che yard aad,
rized to increase to seven ofi"ICal -deer."
per squad, with one officer as~
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Letters to the Editor
1
Park) at our
On l.ellers, Again
In order to he printed.
all lcnen muu have the
ong1nal signature of the
lenerwricer. Aim reqUired
are lhc writer's adct:Rs!i and
telephone number. Only
for very special reuons as
approved by this paper's
rquw
weekly meet·
ing at the Greenbc:lt Community
Cenler on Sundlly aftcm.uons at 5
p.m., to learn how we ~:an 'top
tang1blc
the Mctrobnd development
2. You may wish 111 voKc your
opposition to the Metrnl~nd development by calling or wn11ng
Often we have \/try different
op1 nion~ than our netghbors, coWIITkers, developers, politicians,
St.:hool and transportauon nffidals.
Conarcssman Stcny Hoyer. the
Prince George's County C'uunl:ll
However. we strongly believe in
and County Executive Wayne
Curry. the MMyland Department
editorial board will a
letterwriter's name be wi~
held. 1l1ere will be no exceptions to these rules.
of
Environ~
IIIII the Maryland
of Tnnsponatton. and
federal agencies, especially the
o.p.unerM
Great Youll! Foirl
in order to
J-. Goldberg utd the other staff
Congncut.tiona
1ft
members of the Greenbc:lt Rcc:n:·
alion Department for lhe Spring
Job Fair. whicb took place
Oft
a
recent, rai11y Sa1urday in the
Springhin Lake Building. At Goldhorg's reque&t,
GIVES had a p<esence because
we were able to offer iDfonnaaion
about th.e community service
credits needed by students in or~
dcr to graduate. M.,y .Ogned up.
These names were pused on to
the appropriaiC IISICI;iatiOftS.
The Spririi'Jolrl'olr was well
arganized, an·d in spite of the
weather, was well attended. I
feel certain lhat those who attended went away sallsfied. I
ohr.cNed, also, thai: many of the
young people who were lhcrc usc
the hUIIdmg for rccrcatton and
have been made to feel welcome
hy those who plan and run the
programs One more reason to
feCl pn)ud ih 'bC 'l'piirt' <)f'our
I.'Liy, wc:!>l l)r ea....t
JuetJacobo-Partor
S«mary, GIVES
Less Green
More Belt
'
Durin~ the 2S years I've bc:en
~cnsc
filled the room. l felt like shout·
mg. "Power to lhe People!"
Grccnhehers arc not doncs.
democr,.ic openness and civilized
cooperation. Apathy is never an
option. "'Trcc-huggcr" 1s nol an
insult. Not only do we speak
and write about our feelings and
ideas, we listen to others, think
oursclvc~.
Federal Higbway Administration
for
work.
The fact is that Grccnhelt
join u.s for a 1tram cleanup that
is sponsored by the Citizens to
Conaervc and Rc5torc Indian
Creek (Ibis sueam Is a key com·
ponent o{ the Anacosua water·
sbed that fccda iato the Potomac
and the Bay). CCRIC ts spearheadio& the effort to protect this
area from the Metroland develop-
ment.
To gel in touch wt.th us, you
may leo.. a message on )() 1-44 I.
3£44.
Conaie Arnold
Spirited Volin £ .
Wmllrtr Watderla':J'
On March 9, John Henry and
1 served as clect.ion clerks ,u the
(iqenbeh PoiK:c. Sta110n and are
pleased to report rhat the .~pmt uf
Greenbelt IS alive 01nd well.
Lallie did we know "'hen we
opened the polls at 7 am .. that
tttrou1hout the nut 7MO mmute'
a steady 5trcam of CUllen' would
ca.~t almost one vote per mmutc:
As the snow intens1f11:d. ~c
~ladly mopped ~ puddl". >an~
and do our home-
didn't J..l pop up overnight. A
long line of progressively more
diverse people have built upon
the ptonters' dream of a mutually
henefici&J community. updating it
and strugthening it for its people
hy its people.
Our final count completed, ~e
walked out tnto the silent white
n1ght to dig out our car. My
husband and l have worked many
clcctionto. hut never have I fell
more energized by. and prnud of.
my felhJW cnizen~.
Elai.,. D. JonH
Tltanb
yet anolhcr Beltway ult between Route I in Collcae Park
and Kenilworth Avenue. (Tbc:n:
are already four exits in less than
10
fiw: miles · plus the mamrnodl I·
95 interchange west of Collete
l'lrt.!)
Then: are several ways you
can set involved ~ or juat. keep
iaformed about this lat.. t chalteaae to controlling growtla in
....
Greenbelt and the
surrouaditlc •·
!. You COl> joia your fen ....
O...ubolters (amd citizeu of
~.. commuaities, includiltt lawyn Hei&ltU - ' Collet<
Bob R - of liN Rotary Club ofGfftllbelt cb«ku bkycl< bound
for Ja.,.kto. As port of tile Greenbelt R·otary Clab'o Ula•d Bikes
campalp, used bicycles are collected and se11t to raldeats of the
tiDy blaad nation, wbo could aol alronltbem otberwl~e.
cost
Wnh continued participation
of local residents and merchants, we hope to make ~..:am­
palgns such as this an ongoing
function of the Rotary Club of
Grcenhch.
Again, many thanks for your
generous !iUpport 1n this endeavor.
Bob Ra1or and Helea
Svtasea, Co-chain,
hlaad Bikes Compai&n
Ed. Note:
Persons still
AI the regular March 22 meet·
ing of the Greenbelt City Council.
representatives of the Citizens to
Conserve and Restore Indian
Creek (CCR!C) will present OPJX>
sition to a proposed new Beltway
interchan~c near Greenbelt Station.
'The matter is on the agenda.
According to CCRIC Chair
Kate Spencer, the proposed inter-
wishing to participate can call
301-474-1300 or 301-306-0866.
congestion and have adverse ef-
Does Your TV
Tum Itself On?
The
CCRIC Petition
On Council Agenda
change would he the fifth in ahout
five miles and "would cause traffic
I wnuld like to extend my
deepest gratitude to all who do~
nated their time, donations and
thc1r pr~ers in my lime of need.
I have been blessed; my newest
I've been repairing too, too
scans have shown I am in rcmis~
many late model TV~ that turn
MOD. I will no longer need any
themselves
un 1 Thill conduwn
more dona110ns a1 th1! time. A
IS potentially dangerous You
~pec1al lhank you goes out to my
~.:an buy a surge prutc..:tor
entire f.-nily and lo my ntcndcd
Grecnhch famil) for all the1r sup- sw1tch at ma.ny stores that allows you to turn off all power
port.
Cindy Walen to your TV for t1me" when
ynu're going to he asleep or
away. I re\.'ommend 11.
'-.
Frank Johnson
Rotary
Cluh
of
1a GreenhcH. l've seea kMi and
Happy B1nhday tu a voter, and Greenbelt would hke to thank
-~ "green'' aQ1J more of a ··tx:tt"..-:";~cd ~ for commg ~ut
the residents of Greenhelt and
tl1htcnmg amund nur necks . a ~ ClfiM. Dill the)' d1d - hf\1 the Grcenhelt Police Departbelt of highway~ and nlalh thal's
t1men and old-timer:-.. dad Ln mcnt kif' their contrihutions to
nul or c.:ontrol, i,.'reattng RlOI'C C(m~
frosted hoots and fantaMI~ head- uur bland Bikes campaign. Tu
gc!>tum and trallic tt,;.,.ard!>. Let's gear, wallung with ~..anc'. holdmg date, v.c have L'nllec.:ted more
stnp it now, hefore we ~·.trangle bundl~d-up babes m arm .... and than ~0 hu:ydes for adult~ and
on 11 !
sheddang soowflakes Vl)ter alter ch1ldren m Jamaica.
I hope all Grcenbcltcr ... w 111 v~ e11.clai~, "We walked WhLic the need fur has1c
make t!Y 1r vmcell. heard regardmg tt lS 10 beauuful out. thcr~~" A trano,ponatmrr and recrcatwn is
tht proposed development uf land n...-, of people a-.kci.l tf they certainly great in the Un1ted
adjacent to the Oreenbe11 Metro couN Jet an ~ntee ballot fnr States and around the world,
Stati(m (The plan is to add yet 50I'I'ICOIIC stdebned hy the \to-:n
the co~t of 1mponing 10 an isanother mammoth shoppmg cen- A dozen newcomer!> to our la1r land nat1on put5 such things as
ter tu an area already saturalcd City nprcS,!io('fj ~emcnt~ they'd · u,ec.J hteydes out of reach for
with commercial dcvelopmeat.)
ne.ver seen an.ythm~. qu1te hke much o( the population.
Besides the all-too-obvious en~ this. Smtles ht the face~ of alThanks to Air Jama1ca, The
vironmental impact - dcllructiOfl JIKJII: every vou:r: whether for ur B1cyde Place and Bikes USA.
of wetlands and a:rce-pece _ the •llliul UDCUUOIL Animated we are able to collecc, box and
development would create coven convenatiotll .•adc it hard 1o sh1p these bikes, alons with exmore traffic coageuioa Leadlng to hear a voter JIYe hts name. A Ira parlJ, for a very minimal
even more hazardous drivin& on
both Kenilworth Avenue and
Gm:nhelt Rood. Plus. the dcvelopnlenl of Metroland will result
4
fects on the Agricultural Research
Thanks
Ed. Not,-. Any TV plugged
1nto a cahlc control holl will
not turn on unle~" the hox 1~
turned on
Center property and the hi5turic
town of Greenbelt and other
nearby communities a'i well a~ on
the entire wetlands environment"
GHI Notes
Playground surveys arc due.
Please sec ad elsewhere m this
1ssue of the News Review.
GHI has established a hot-linc
fm nlemhers to call with questions about the historic district ill-
sue. Call 301-474-4161 ' 141.
Nom1nauuns & Electiun~
Committee - March 30 at 7: .'\0
p.m. !GHI Lthrary 1.
An.:hllccturc & Envirunment
Committee - March ~I at 7:~(J
p.m. (Board R<xlm).
Blood Pres~ure Testing . April
7, 2~4 p.m. (Board Room).
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Ela1ne St!Oinlk. PrHtdent, 1977·1965
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STAFF
301-474-4161, EXT. 141
problems) and Engliah grammar
skills.
OED II is held from I . 3
p.m. GED II is for students w~
have successfully c"""lcted GED
I and/or arc ready to learn a!ge·
bra and geometry, English literalUre and writing skills. and pre·
pare to take the GED ·,e~.
GED is held every Tue&day
and Thursday. for ro weeks. in
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OFFICEtti:UIII: -....,2 • 4 p.m., 8 -10p.lft.• ...._1410p.m
u.rt~oon
y-
courthouse
parking
Cherrywood Lane.
Tbc: purpose of the
lot
on
press con-
J.D. card).
ers will be especially welcomed.
estins site and get some ideas.
There is no charge for
Greenbelt residents in eilher
course. All students are required
IPR has represented similar
1\toadoy, April 20, will be the trip
citizen groups in cases dealing
with the proposed National Har-
textbook
(pwchased
from
Greenbelt CARES) at a cost of
$13.
Students do not have to be: 16
yean of age in order to take the
GED course. Students arc eligible to take a GED pre-test
eiven at ot"CCnbcll CARES, at no
cost. The actual GED test is
given by the State of Maryland.
not Grcenbc:li CARES. However.
students who are ready to take
the test can obtain the application
fOOils from Greenbc:lt CARES.
Question! and enrollment in-
formation regarding either GED I
or OED II should be directed to
Judyc Hering, course instructor,
at Greenhelt CARES at
6660.
301-34~-
Garden Oub Holds
Annual Meeting
The Grecnbc:lt Garden Cluh
bor project, tbc: propoaed theme
park on Children's bland, and
tbc: recently-defeated Chapman's
Landing project in Southern
Maryland.
The !PR attorneys
said, "In all these cases we
sought to ensure that proper pro..
ccdures for protection of the en-
vironment were followed by &tate
and federal agencies. Similar to
these
cases,
the
proposed
Metroland Indian Creclt developmcnt projoc.l: is unw&Qied by local re!idents becauae of its ef~
fects both on the environment
and on nearby communities and
surrounding traffic."
CCRIC meets every Sunday
a1 4 p.m. in the Community Centcr. For more information, leave
a message on :\01-441-3844. All
calls will he returned.
are at Hamilton Place with one
will hold its annual meeting on
dirc.:tly across from the GHI of·
Tuesday. March 23 al 7 p.m. in
flees and one next to the boat
yard. There are no water sources
on the fields.
Plowed and
unplowed plots are available.
the meeting room at the
Greenbelt Police Station. Garden plots will be assigned and
club business discussed. Current members will have the option of signina: up for !heir current plots and lhen plots will
be assigned on a first come
first served basis.
Tbc: Grccnbc:lt Garden Club
has been open to those who want
to garden since the culy years of
the city. Tbc: club divides three
to Wilmington,
DE to view the
"Ancient Japanese An" e>hihit at
the w.rfront Museum. Sign up at
the meetings for any and all trips.
Sad to say, Vita Pergola is oo
the sick list a she had an accident
and broke Iter foot.
.
Come out to the meetings. 1llc
in the country. Tbc: AHDP is a
pat1ially self-supportin1 aca-
weather people are calling for
Slar Gazing Party
At u....&....-. Fields
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9YUJ
Tbc: Greenbelt AJimllomy Club
will be holding a star gazing
party on Sarurday, March 20 at
the Thomas N. Wolfe ballfield
(Nonhway Fields) at the end of
Nonhway Road extended. The
event begins at dusk (sunset is
6:20 p.m.) and is scheduled to
last until at least 10:30 p.m.
Club members will be on hand
with a variety of telescopes and
binoculars to share views of the
moon, planet Saturn wi1h ils
rings. the great Orion nebula, star
clusters, nebula, constellatiOns and
mc:n. 11le event is l'nlc and open
....,
At ... ~ .•
Oillllla'l .......
'llleallatJ, Mild! 23, 7 - 1:30
p.a. hbyalld., Wod:IJMIP.
Secoad of tine ...............
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~all tine ....._ will
rec:ei'" aa official 4-H
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Babyliaiott CenillcaiL
Wedttoaday, Mlll:b 24, ~ p.lll.
4 - 6.
PJ. Slctrytime, f... Thunday, Much 15, !0:!5
Lm. ~In Storylime, fc{ 3 -~.
II: 15 Lm. Toddler llme, for
two ycar·olds and parent or
demic course. 1 medical school
elective, and volunteer proaram
with its own board of advisors.
care,;-.
It is alao a service learning. and
Searc:bin1 for Your Anceaton.
Usin1 Librariea and Archives.
community outreach propam:
The goals of all AHDPS are
to:
I. Positively affect the
health, sense of well-being,
physical activity, and health
knowledge status of the older
Ge.ostlcv ...__
Monday, March 22. 7 p.m.
.no.
Sixth of a -..port
pn:·
sented by rnombon of the Prince
Georse ·, Couaty Oenealosical
Society. Por infonnalion call
Phyllia Smith Je-n, 30!-~77-
0688.
adult.
2. Allow the student and
other slaffen to learn of aainB,
Saturday, March 27. 10:30
Lm. Sean:hin& t... Your "-a-
old age, history and different
cultures in this paniculu envi~
ronment.
3. Have the AHDP serve as
a catalyst inlcJrating various
age, ethnic groups. the Univcr~
sity, and community to work
toward the common purpose of
goal numbers one and two.
4.Contribute to wOrld peace
and global cooperation by inte~
grating a variety of individuals
into a mutually supponive and
purposeful arou.p.
Explorationa Unlimited is a
on-one bolp widl - " pnll>lenll fnl!n .,..,.,...,... .........
gilll. LMt or • -111'1 oeriu
preseotod by memllera of the
Prince Ge<qe's o.ne.1op:a1 So-
speaker series bc:ld every Friday
from 1-3 p.m. at the Commu~
nity Center. · Thia presentation
some nice weather. Ahh, Spring!
will be held in the senior elbaroom. Everyone is welcome to
attend and questions are always
encouraged.
397-22D8.
Pl<u~ call ~r.
.
' ..
ton. Open Worbbop. Oel - -
ciety.
For information call
Pbyllia ·JCI*n, 301-5n-0688.
Mcwie Malinee
At~~-
Greembfiu &Ad Gloa.
p.m. im the '!Crracci Room. Tbc:
movie ohown will be "Paulie."
Thia ia a movie about a taltifta
bini tryina to find hia friend ltld
findina. he cannot stay out or
trouble. Refreshmenll will be
served. Tbc:rc is oo cbarJc for
this eveDt. Pleau Rs>/P .to
1-
ao
441-1096..
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OLD GM8N.8LT THIIATII.
't!!ili~FJ
ml. ~.:::·.:·.·.-.:::.·~.',
................
Norttlnllltl for
r--.,.....,..
lnctudlng . . . Picture
'~- ( 5:00 • 13.0017;30, ....
Sat. (2:30. 5:00 • 1:1.110)
skies or high winds, this event
Sun. (2:30. 5:00 .1:1.00)7:10
Crescent and Ridge Roads near
the Kenilwortltl Avenue intenecuon with Crep,cent Road. For in~
formation call 301-345-3275.
Owens Science Cenler.
7;30,1U5
Man•• 7•30M -13.00
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T-·lllon. 7;30
\
fields into plots. 1bcse fields arc
the Baltimore-Washtngton Park-
way. One field is at Gardcnway
Two fields
II
New Deal Cafe
Open
Frt & Sal.
7-11pm
Music
8:30 pm
NoCOYBf
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FrldoJ,-11
Up-~-
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Call Gindy Zanncr · 301·2~52 orTrina Filllter · 301441-8085
ClMaeS Now l'clrmlnll
One day worbbope
• April 10 Set Construction
• April 17 Makrup
• April IS Sound
• April 24 Costumes
• May I Ughtifl&
YouthThaUcCiasoes for ABet IHB,Satudays 10:~
II :30. Both c!assn wiU mttt for tal wedta bqialllaa
Man:b 27. 1\Jilion: $90. CaU 301-441-8770 for mon:
~for--..gad
Sunday 11Nndt101D2
~CGrmuif)'c.­
(301) 474-1142
FJVC Sessions
Mar. 27-May 2
Staac movrmrnt, opecclt,
charactaization, improvisalions, theater ~ment
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it8jitlat1o1111 a: Alldltloaa
llllluniiJ,-20
March 20 2 p.m. • Mard!. 21 4:30p.m.
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Do.F....-.-·~~.-llolatloo
Ow
residents are iavi&ed to view a
movie 011 Tuolday. Man:b 23 at I
to the public. Dress very warmly.
In the. event of hopelessly cloudy
will be cancelled.
Tbc: ncKt regularly scbc:duled
meeting of the Greenbelt AI·
tronomy Club will be: Thursday.
March 25. 7:30 p.m. at the H.B.
Tbc: police statiM is located at
iateraenerational health promotion and rehabilitation program
Hopefully David Zahren can
be: our guest speaker in the near
future since the stonn cancelled
proof of residency (i:e. current
lease, phone or electric bill,
driver's license or Motor Vehicle
to purchase a copy of the GED
Maryland, College Park.
Tbc: AHDP is a 27-year-old
program that was the first
formation.
As many know by now, the
cCII'I'eCt dale for the Winterthur trip
ia Tuesday. March 23. Tbc: hus
will leave 81 8:30 a.m. This is a
nice time of ye. to visit lhis intcr-
encc Room, 25 Crescent Road.
Students are requi~ to show
Developmemt Proparn (AHDP)
of the Collcse of Health ol: Human Pcrfonnutce, Univcnity of
AI. the Wecblcodoy, Man:h 24.
After receivins confinnation Golden Ase Clvb meetina Ellie
from Georgetown Law Center Rimar will lead a "Show and
that its Institute for Public Rep- Toll" l'f'OP8DI· Those who wont
resentation (IPR) has apoec~ 10 to_ r-tJ<:tJIO!e..•~ld get tn touch
work with the CCRIC <qaniza- • With her. A hal contest will be:
tion (Citizens 1o Coaserve and the program for the Wedneaday,
Restore Indian Creek), members March 31, meeting. Membc:n
decided at their Man:b !4 - - should be pthcring the llOCCS&IIr}'
ing to hold 8 press conference ~aJs so ~ to ~ke a unique
and strem clean·up 81 9: IS a.m. and Interesting sprang bon~t.
on Saturday, March 27, at the See Mary Gardner for more iB·
participate in a stream ciCIIIIUJl of
adjacent Indian Creek under the
umbrella auspices of Potomac
Watershed. Tbc: public is invited.
and young person stream clean~
the Municipal Building Con.fer~
near the overpass.
....... ~. MU~. s.nch Lange. BlltsyLMionkl.
Pill Mc:Coy,!EmiM ........... Prtldll.._., Maty Mder'l. Allee Mu~, Nk* Mydrl. Judy
Neilan, Dillnla.g. ... an., I.J . .,.,..,lildl PIUI. EMMn ,...,.,.., C.rotwn Price,
CMi "-tr...... flllllr, Abta Bel RoM.lildl s.wg., F..-. SheiNrV, s.r.h Surber
..,
Ualhaited prneata
"Malt
· The
presealer Health
will be- -Dr.
Daaiol
Leviton of the Adult Health &:
Golden A1Je Club
.., Dolanio c...-
Law Cem.r WiD
Assist CCR1C
out Jut week's event.
It was nice to sec so many
Goktenagen al the memorial ser~
vice for Liz Taylor at the Com~
munity Church on Wednesday
March 10.
Utd<lomwt.-Hoi.J...._,,--Udo-.a-Joy. Denno•
-~.llciiiClo
ratiODI
fcrence is to inlroduce Staff at~
torncy Jeff Nelson and student
attorney Sandra Franco of the
Georgetown IPR and 10 provide
infonnation about CCRIC. Im~
mediately following the brief
press conference, the group will
located between Ridge Road and
I!USINESS _ _ _
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR
\
CONGERNS ABOUT COUNTY RISTO Rid
DISTRICT DESIGNATION FOR
GREENJIELT, PLEASE CALL THE GHI
HIS'I"ORIC DISTRICT HOTI.JNE AT
sic math (addition, aublraction
mul.tiplication, division, fractions:
dec1mals, percent.qcs and word
Hopi AuMIIct'l. LMih a.tr., 5uzaMe O.trli, Virginia Buuc:twnp, LIUfll BecHrt, Jan
Bnnw, lAI!f'lc..nwt. at.w'IO..., .Di Cn:lalcl. Pit Divis, Thelml diMoll, Lomune
Ooln, M Dtnehue, Eleen FM'iwn.Tim
Thomu
FIR'bltck. C.IWN Ft'8f'IC()eVf,
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ATTENTION
GHIMEMBERS
.bploreAM.Heallh
0. Pridtly, Mardi 26, aa,&o-
Cftellbc:lt CARES 'will bc:gin
the Spriaa IO..Wcclt OI!D Course
on Tuooday, April 13, aad will
end oo Thunday. Juno !7.
Re1i1tration for the course
will be bc:ld OB Tuesday, April
13, from.IO:JO Lm. • 12:30 p.m ..
ooly. Tbc: lint clus will. be: held
on Thunday, April 1~.
OED I is held from !0:30
Lm. · 12:30 p.m. OED I is for
students who need review of ba·
of exhilaration
and ~ of Transponation.
Us if you need addresses
or more info.)
3. You caa call or wnte the
ciry manager aad c1ty counc•l to
voice your support for thc1r el·
forts to stop dais development
4. And on MIR:h 21. you can
(Cocuct
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Childrm'sThaUc Classes for AJts &12,
Saturdays 9:00-10:00 am
·
infonnation.
TIM OrwniMJt Aria , .
IllS~. Onellllell
tnat ro•lhe .!Wt tJ.t11ceJ
p • ......,.,_ . . . _
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(301) 441-8770
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NoraC..Kely
Nora 1Collin• Kelly, 92.
who lived in the 9 Courl of
Ridge Road from 1968 to the
middle
died on March
~. 1999 al the Shenandoah
Nun1ng Home in Charle!<o
Town, Wc~t Virgmia.
1
Born
1n
1906
in
Ahhcyfeale m County L•mc.:rld. Ireland, ~he came tn th1~
r.:ountr)' 1n 1925 at the age of
I K I! tool her seven years
of )otud;tng to her.:ume an
Amcric.:an .:1111.en. She wa!'>
wcry proud to he an Amen·
l'an and etlr.:ouraged her ,;hlldrcn to du all they cnuld for
thc.r c.:om-Unllic~.
She r.:ame ttl Wa ... hingtnn,
D.C : where ~he worked for
the Natwnul Edu~auon A!l.~o~
·go,,
Alan D. Freas, Jr.
Alan D. f-'rcas. Jr .. age 64.
died at hi:t. hnmc in the 2 Court
of Souch ... ay un Man:h 7. Hi5
doctor had just gwen a daagnosas
of c.:ancer of the laryn~~o with a
good prognoSIS and schcdulal has
surgery for March II. His three
chtldrcn were plannmg trips caw
to .vJsJt their dad during his recuperation. Bu1 Freas apparently
dec1ded nut to gu ahead. He
1\)uk h1s own life.
Freas grew up an Mad1son,
Wi)(."'ftsm, gradualed from tMadiMm West H1gh S~.:houl in 1953
and attended the University of
w.,umsin for l"WU year&;, He
served two years in the Army rcserves.
A ~o:nmputer analyst for the
US. Forest Servu.:e. Freas worked
m Malwaukec; Mis..'i.oula. Montana
and mo'it recently Washmgton.
D (' He moved tn Greenbelt in
1914:-i. hccommg a member of
Greenbelt Homes. He hccame
:tt.:llvc m the affaiN of the hous,m!f ~.:uopcratJVC and scnocd two
·~crnP• on the Aud11 Commlllee
~ IYHh-M7 anJ .~~am 1n J99h-97
In hl't~A.ccn he scr"cd on the
Bo.ml of Dirt·~tor~ lrnm ltJK7-M9
Elisabeth Taylor
Eltsaheth Maranda Mlllt:r
Taylor (LII'), 7_1, d1ed at her
homt· on (ireenhlil Ru~tl on
Saturdav. M.1n:h h
Born' 1n T1mhcn dle. VA. ~he
was a 1946 graduate nf Mad1~
""" C'ullege (now Jamc!'> Madi'Wn lln1ver~ll)') She taughc m
Shenandoah County for ftvc
years fmm 194~ !I) 19~2. She
married Jack Cru~sman Taylor
1n Sepcemhcr 1952. They lived
in V1r~mia and M""issipp1 for
II years hefurc muv1ng 1\l
Greenhelt m 196~.
l.1l wa~ an ac11ve memher
nf the Greenhelt Communi!)'
C'hur~h and the Greenhclt
l:t1lden A~e ('luh
She also
enJoyed her par11~1pation in
several Pnn~e Georse'a Community College sponsored
dasses.
She is survived by her husband; daughter Pa(J'Icla Jean
Taylor Maupin of Sedona, AZ;
son Frank Romint- Taylor II.
of SJiver Spring; son~in-law
Brent <ker Maupin; daughter~
in-law Jeanne Marie Hensel
Taylor; and three grandchildren, Taylor Geer Maupin,
Angela Jean Maupin, and bck
Trent Taylor.
A memorial serv&ce was
held Wednesday. March 10 al
Greenbelt Commurhty Church.
EJ.pressii}RS of sympathy may
be sent 10 the American Can·
~er So(.;iety, 113:\1 Amherst
Avenue, Sliver Spring. MD
20902 or lo Greenbelt Com·
munlt)' Church, I Hillside
Road. Greenbelt, MD 20170.
Margaret Hogeasen wid the
News Review she lfiiii<C13l<d the
greal effort Alan Frca!! put 1nto
his work wuh GHI. "He wa'
very dedicated an tryang to provide lcadenhip for GHI Junng a
difficult tune." Wayne Wilham'
spoke of Frea:a;' fondne'i\i fur h1'
ch1ldren and h1s enjoyment ul a
family gathenng out we'~ one
wrnter. But ~eneraUy. Walllam ...
noted, Freas was very low kl'~
ahoul his pen.onal life.
His other Interests mduded the
Wolf Trap fo110dauon. the
Greenbelt Museum 01nd tht·
James
Greenbelt Ans Center. Kunrad
Herlmg recalled his burldmg ~b
Kelly whom !.he met in the
for the A.J'ts Center pmdw.:liOn!<o In Irish American Club in WashIhe · KOs. He found rhe l1ght
ington, D.('. They had come
loops the Arts Center gave out to from Ireland on the s.eme
children during the Lahor Day !!hlp, the Francon1a, one
Festivals.
month apart
They were
Alan served as trea.\urer. v1cc
married in Holy Redeemer
prestdenl and president of C'ili- Church 10 Be"rwyn and Jived
/..C"ns for Greenbelt.
many yea~s in the Petworth
His sisler. Carol Ku~sow, of ~ection of Washmgton before
Madison, told of his 1nterc'i-1 in
coming to Greenhelt.
genealogy. Others around the
Mrs. Kelly was a member
counuy whom he ·was correnf S1. Hugh's Catholic
spondinl with told hd nf h1~ Church. She enJoyed haklng
very extcMive reseacb efforts.
and sewmg al lhe senior cen~
Freas is surv1ved hy rwo ter and visiting w11h her
daughten, V1cky Schm1dt ol
neighbors ~n 9 Court Ridge.
HighlaDds, CA and li!.a Ma.-.on
Whea htr hu!band hecame
of Broomfield, CO and a son.
ill they nioved to We~t V~r­
Douglas Freas of Lake Powell.
~1n1a. where her hu!.band had
UT; his father Alan D. Frca~. Sr
earlier huih an ln'ih ~ouage.
uf Madison; St51e1'1 Carol Ku\.\OW
In 19MM he died.
of Madison and Barbara Booher
She 1~ survived by ~1x.
of Danle, VA; and numcruus ~hddrcn, Dennis. Bill.. John.
nreces, nephews and ~ramkh1l·
J1m, Mary and Margaret.
dren
.eleven gra1hkhildrcn and four
At the rrquest of Frea..... there
~real
~rand.:hildrcn
Uer
was hn ~rvice His 3\he\ were
granddaughter Chn~line Kelly
!l.~attercd nvcr the Che,apeakc
ll\·c~ on Ridge Road.
Bay Contnhuuons rna-. )')( made
A Ma!<o;.. of Christian Burial
In the c.:h.anty uf one's ·. :ho•~·t·
wa" !'>aid Mar.:h K at S1.
cia;~u~yf~j ~~:Fme::r:~d
..·+·
. . . . ..1
vou·re
Robert George Vldi
rant. After hiii rctY.ement he
worked in his brother's real c~tate offke in Belle Point.
Mr. Vidi was a memher ol
Roben George Vidi (Bobby),
78, of 6 Court Crescent Rd..
died March K. 1999. Although
he had diabetes, his death has St. Hugh's Catholic Church and
been attnbuted to a heart attack. American Legion Posl D6.
Born in New York, he moved
Although he was not a
lo the Washington, DC area joiner, Mr. Vidi was an outgomg person. H1s friends named
when he was a Y.ea~ old. H.e him Mayor of Crescent Court
spent the res~ of has life m thl)o
d M F
dl
H
area. moving ~o Green he It th1rty ::ch ar. go:;~n d:~cere t~:ls i~~~~
or ~~~.reV~~~r:e~~~)d in the US ·!'>aid that when Bohby V1di t·n·
Armv durmg World War II un- te.rt~~ a dance conte~t. other'
dc:r General Mark Clark from
1942 to 1946. He partu.:1patcd
In ~ampaign'i 10 Africa. Italy
and Germany. One time he W;.t\
mi~"•ng 1n aclwn tor three
week'i. Mr V1di w"a!<o awarded
theH~u~~~l~k~~a~:·
a bartender In
the D.C. area and became a
manager of local restaurant\, Including CW!<o:trOads, Enterprise
Inn. Lanham Inn and Bass on
Rhode Island Ave., where he
worked for ten years managmg
the bar, liquor store and re~tau-
Jamo Catholl~ Chur~h in
Charles Town. Bunal wa~ at
Mount Olivet Cemetery in
Washangwn. D.C.
WI
M;e~.ldl
often Vl,itcd the
~ick. Hc''spent many wcckcnJ,
visiting the graveyard~ 10 the
area where hl!<o relative" Wt'rc
huried.
Mr. Vidl 1 ~ !'>Uf\'IH:·d hy "
brother Peter R. Vldi. Sr. of S.t.
ver Spring and several nephew,
and nieces. Has brothers Jame-..
Raymond and Rudy V1di and
sister Mary Scgreti preceded
him in death.
·
A Mass of Christian Bunal
was celebrated at St. Hugh~
Church on March 12. Interment
was at Ft. Lincoln Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy
may he: made to the American
Diabetes Associalion, Maryland
Affiliate In~.: .. 407 Central Ave .
Glyndon. MD. 21071-9<iK7
Paint Brauch Unitarian
Universalist Church
321~
Powder M1ll Road.
lkti,VItk/Addfhl (J0t-9J7·Jti66J
Wt'lcOIN's you f.O our opn.
rumuntll commutlll)
Mordl Zl,l999
9:30 &: 11:15 a.m.
-n..GeodBook"
by ReT. Jolus Burrlqa.
llltn'baMinlilltr
Municipal Building Sundays
tO A.M.
Baha'I Faith
Welcome
" ... all em.Jrt and exenion put
forth by man from 1he fullnes~
of h1~ hc<¥1 1~ worship. 1f it IS
pmmpk:d hy the htghe>t
mn«ive~ and the will to do
'-tf\'ICc 111 humanity. llus is
,..orsh1p· 111 serve mankind and
to mJRI\IOf to the needs of the
people S<rvit.:c is prayer."
Here
St. George's
..........,.......
Episcopal Church
Comrr oll...lab.t·Sftln 1101111 ( MD 'iM J
..tGa.n.Rac.l.j~&N~Ulhof
-lolta'l Secred Wrilillp
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P.O. Bo1 Z45
Gnoob<l~ MD W778
.l61-.l4S-l918 JOI-ll0-3UO
301-262-3285
Mlp:J,...._,_.,(_,.~..,...
Suauy Mrvicft
q•FolkSmtct-l~klftht-
METHODIST CHURCH
-.et~lil~... ....._.~
4(} lo!l(;l_:;f' '-.'f\:tcl. {Jfl~flt>t•H
301-474-9410
SUNDAY
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lO•U.C..O.Ior • •
lt•S..Sfflla
Greenbelt Community Church
UNITED CHURCIHJF CHRIST
Hillside .. Creeaellt .._.
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COUNCIL
(~tn- . . . 1)
has also aareed to set ~he 14
large Zelkova lrees alread'y pur·
chased by lhe cily. A 2.S fool
depth of slr\lclural soil will he
inllalled as lhe sub~urface of
the mall. This will provide for
lhe lana term intesrily of the
new concrete surface and provide for the healthy' growth of
lhe new landscaping at the
·mall. The soil provides required support for paved areas,
yel it is porous to allow for
root growth.
Turnbull ~ex­
pressed concern that use of
structural soil in this fashion is
new to the area. However, city
staff foresees no problems.
Spo1110nblps
To offset pan of lhe cost of
the Roosevelt Cenlcr r~nova­
tion, council adopted a nUmber
of Rooseveh Center spon~nhip
programs as discussed at a Feb~
ruary 1 workscssion. These in~
elude: I) Adopt a Center Tree
• each of lhe 14 trees to be
planted in the mall may he
adoptt;d at a price of $400 (one
has already been adopted by the
Greenbelt
Federal Credit
Union). Adopted trees will he
identified with a srnall plaque:
2) Mother and Child Statue
Treatment Sponsors ~·general
d<mations to the treatment of
the statue will be welcomed;
and :\) Buy a Paver - donations of $25 per' paver are
sought. Contributors will he
acknowledged in a publl~alinn
planned about the rcnov01tion of
Rnuscvell Center Mall.
Mayor Judith Dav1s asked
for an update on the construe~
tion already underway. A 2,000
gallon water tank, once providing 'ervice to the Co-flp, was
unexpectedly found and had to
be removed. A water line wa!'>
accidentally broken and businesses at the center had to shut
down lemporarily. Other than
fruStration and time consump~
tion caused by these "little hie·
cups," Craze said the city
hadn't encountered any major
set backs to construction. She
dispelled any rumors of mysterious hidden tunnels at the ~;enter.
Kenilworth L..wsuit
Allorney Larry Liebesman
reported on the status of the
city's lawsuil against the U.S.
Department of Agriculture
(USDA), the Army Corps uf
Engineers and lhe Maryland
Departmenl of the Environment
alleging violations of environmental laws in conjunction with
the cunstruclion of Kenilworth
Avenue and other improvements
for the USDA headquarters facility on Sunnyside Avenue.
Due 10 a heavy cascload at the
Greenbelt Courthouse, the suit
has been assigned to the Dis·
trict Court in Baltimore.
Liebcsman said that il was
imponant that no further action
be taken to advance the pro~
posed roadwork, including
seeking bids, while the suit is
in progress. ;
Council unanimously agreed
to send a letter to slale and
federal officials asking thal action in lhe roadwork he Slopped
until the lawsuit is resolved.
Other Actions
Council voted to suppon legislation 1hat would increase lhe
tax on cigarettes by as much as
a dollar a pack. Proposed by
members of the cily's state legislative dclegalion, it is believed
this fundina is needed to suppon programs in the Governor's
budget including increased
youth services.
Council agreed not to take a
position on a liquor license bill
permining only restaurants in
qualifying economic dnelop·
ment zones to be eligible to
ohtain the new Class 8/Econumic Development Zone (B/
EDZ) license. There is no
limit on the number of licenses
that ~an he held by a licensee.
This hill. ~upported by the
Chamber of Commerce, is hclieved to allract restaurants,
particularly the chain ones such
as Applehy's and Outha~.:k.
Beverly Palau, publi~.: information and ~ommunication~ coordinator, presented Greenbelt's
new "Wckomc Booklet" to
c.:oun~il. wh1ch was very impressed with the lremenduus
amount of work that h!td heen
done on it. The booklet Indudes frequently asked questions about Greenbelt. They
commended her on a jub well
done, and sugge5ted that the
hooklet he sent to realty com~
panics, the library, and other
puhli~ facilities.
Suggestions
were to a 1dd a piece about
Greenbelt's bike path~ and the
Schrom Hill Pond.
A memo from Hank Irving,
director of recreation. recommends that the city provide
lighllng for the Braden Field
baseball field. Council referred
the proposal to the city's Parks
and Re~rcation Advisory Board
for its rev1ew, public input and
rccummen4atiun to the City
Council.
·
Oleenbeltm _ , shocked and
leasl four scholarships 10 Camp
Pine Tree.
City Solicitor Robert Manzi
updated councll on the Post Office lawsuit. Finaliution of a
motion for summary judgment
is ia process. PresidinJ Judge
Smith suggested, as a party of
inlereSI, lhal lhe "Post Office
should maybe be involved."
Manzi will be in rouch with the
Posl Office 10 determine the
handling of this suggestion. He
hopes for an argument by
mid-April.
City Management Analyst Bowman Ferguson repated 400 pmons
lll1endcd lhe Fabulous Fillies film
Feslival II lhe Old Greenbeh Thelhe ....,kend of Man:h S. The
opcoming film feS!ival will featun:
lhe Indiana Jones trilogy. beginning
April 16..
' Davis commended the staff of
SilL. iUI=alional C,nter's Job Fair
beld Salurday, March 6. Unfortunately, not as many businesses
showed up as they wuuld have
liked. Cily Council will send a
len<r of gnuilude to the bu.•inesses
who shared their avenues of employment with Slll..'s t«nagers and
parenls.
saddened 10 hear of lhe dealh of
fanner OHI Boord l'laiden1 Alan
Freas.
ORGANIZATION
I. Call to Order
2. RoU Call
3. Meditation and
PI~ of Alleaiaoce lo lhc
Worship Services 8:30 and 11:15 a.m.
"'l'hen's More naa. ODe Way to Look at It!'~
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3. &u.ING S[R\1C[
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tacprfJ'Mdl,_,
broadcasr on WFAX 1220 AM 41 t4S pm on~
con.smt t~genda connm o f - umu wbkb
have asterlslu (•) p1acH balM lt.m,lubj«f 10 Neb
revisions !U ""'.)' lw _ . by 1M Coulldl prior lo
t~pproval)
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Vwr lul·llmo, IU<·service ASPECIALIZING IN GREENBELT
k•lchan
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upon by tlw City Coulldl alibis -ling unlnl 1M
standing rules alfl WQivod by 1M Cowrcll)
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IRICK UNIT • ADOfT10N na$ BA & lu~
balh on I'M•' · leYel ?BAsil HA up' Plus
lamly rocr. wK~yble\ 1 Svpetb lo.:anon
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9. Admjnistrative Repons
Sf':;')(jJ
• 10. Cotbmitlee Rcpon•
~IRFRAIIE
w•lh "'"'Y ploval•· t:l¥1t yltl'd
+n odeal 1ocar•on Seller os sprLJc•nQ ''up
new stove & washer
S52.000
Ill.
2-aA FRAME om_,nt & open u(HJ•ad&d
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YOU CAN'T REHT FOA l!ll!
2-eA l'AAMI!, OPe" kitchen
appeal
backs II) WO!XW
LEGISlATION
11. An Ordinance loAmend Chaplet 18.'Streetl and
Sidewalks" of the G=nbck City Cgdc g !he: Purpgtc
lt•tchen te••ced yard & LOW coop lee
Qnl}l S23Simr,'
Requna~
(httttons rece•rwt at tbe mnUng wUl not lH RCf«<
ENO UNfT • 2-ITORY ADDmON:
I 1(} battls o,cre<:' eel pore~
Manat!Cf'S Proposed FY 2000 Budget
7. PC'citions and
S6A 900
QOOCHiltl bediOC"'•S WC'JrN'
P~~nUtions
~:ity
ADOfllON. ~paC•OUS &
comfortable 25 \(JIJ1 Ul tor mal OFI &
updated
Approval of A~~enda and Additions
COMMI'NK:ATIONS
6
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modern
$.39,90()
12. An Ordinance to Amend Chapter II,"MocorVc:hlclea
and and Traffic", ollhc Gremhek City Cgdc rpr !he:
Ptvbotc gfAQowiJw the Qry lO llpdelc and lcytK
<£min PmyialoN UMflnrn:uc Ccnaio Boa
. hi Reading
13. A Resolution lo Repeal RCIOiutlon 741 and l!ltabllah •
New Recyding and Eny!nmPICQI!I Adylaory
~
Enrich your
lamlly'sluture ..
host .an exch.,.se student now
·I !I RadinR
IV.
<YiliER 811SINESS
14 Petition from c(;nccrned Citizens to RCitOK lncUan
Creek (C<:RIC) to oppoK' Bcllway inlerchangc at
<Jrcenbclt Station
1~. Approval of Lcller of lnlcnl · Pollee Vehicles
16. Sponoorship of MML Year 2000 Book
REMINDEA
TO GHI ME~JERS
PLAYGROUND SURVEY
FORMS DUE
• 18. s ... e Lqislation
Anders
Host a student Bke Andert 17,
!rom Sweden Student• with
6905 Gr-belt Road, GrMnbelt, MD 20770
Rft< Slapllen H.IIMU,,....... (301} :u!S-5111
GHI members are reminded to submit their
completed playground survey forms to Mr.
Eldon Ralph, GHI Director of Physical Plant
Operations. Th~ survey forms were distributed to GHI members via the March issue of
the GHI Newslftter.
IV.
MEETINGS
tntere1t1 m the arts, outdoor
aC'IIvtUn. team rports Md
various othn' hobtMea are
looktnalor Hoat PamU'-es:. For
further lnlonnalloo, pte..-e caN
4m- 7,00 P.M.,
Wor!hip Service
1- 1WtC: PlrrTJNG GOO IN IDEIIIIJIANa
2..1t1ft[RANC[ SmlC[
You Au WercwE
Flail
4. Consent Agenda ·Approval ol Stall' Recommeadatlonl
• 17. Approval ol Fi"' Dcpartmcnl Grants
Bible Class Series: 10:00 am
s.turdey
Swldlly
been named by Mount Saial
Ma-y's Collep 10 the Dean's List
foc lhe fall 1998 - ·
Indiana Univenity hu an~
nounced lhal Jessie~ Boldt hu
achieved lhe Fowaderi Day Honors Lill for academic e~cellence
for lhe finl serneller, 1998.
Our conaraculations to all of
lite above Sludenls.
IU!GlJIAIIIIIUI1NG or ern COONaL
MUNICP.U.IRJILDIIIG COONaL 100M
-a Zl, 1999 • 8:00 P.IIL
stMlA'Y WORSIItP
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falll998-.
Eric A. 1<qenlftl, 1011 ol Mr.
and Mrs. Hans Jotae•ae•. hu
I
Mlsctllaaeous
Grecnbeft Lions Club Trea~
surer. Lion Joseph Wilkinson,
presented )I check donating
$1,:\00 to 'two different city
program~. Grecnhell's Academic
Achievement Program recetved
SS<XJ. The club has been sup·
ponin~ the program for over
eight years. The Recreation
Department's Yuuth Programs
rccc1ved SHOO, provading at
named 10 the Deaa •a Llll 11
Salisbwy Stille Uni...-.ity fur lhe
Condolences 10 a.isline Kelly
of Ridge Road on lht deallt of
her
grandmother,· former
Greeaheller Non! Kelly.
Raben (Bobby) Vidi 's ·many
friends and neighbon were saddened to hear of his death on
March 8.
The University of Rochester
has named Benjamin Greenberg
lo lhe fall 1998 Dean's list
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LT. KEMP
movie - I ...... 10 Friends of
the Greenbelt 'lbeoler. On the
(c--... , . _ _ 1 )
fint l'ridlly of nay month, we
A mon with 11ron1 nnl roots take 50 kids flO' pizza and then to
who treasures family tics, Lt. the 1110\'ies. I'm .haperonc lor
·
Kemp soys, "It's funny, when this.
"My kids hwe to go to the
you're youn1er. you're lr)'in1 to
gel out of an II'CI. and then when Cooler and sot ice cream. They
you 101 older, you think obout ploy toDnil ..t !boy lo•e to go to
the small town again. My wife, the pool. Gftenbelt is great for
Leii!h Ann, ia from 1 little place kid&. Mine .-e in karate. soccer
coiled Condor outside of and T-ball. ADd since my wife
Bin&hamton. NY. which is very and I ore hillary buffs, we lake
rurol. She wu aoiaa to Morio t.hr:m oa day lripl to histone s1tcs
Reaiao Collep and I wu soin1 oround Wuhit11100.'' Aboul the
10 community collqre in Syrw:uoe potential danser of IJ ving near
where you police, Lt. Kemp say~ '
when we met • a buddy's weddina. We were 19.
I left ud
came to the University of Mary·
land, .aad when I <;amc dowa
here, I li•ed in the firehouse. l
was an Explorer scout and volunteer fireman wbik I was going 10
Onondaga Communily College,
and that's where I heard of the
program whereby You could live
free in the firehouse and go to
the univenity. lllcre were sev-
eral kids living there.
We were
required to run ca11s from II
p.m. tn 7 a.m. and then go to
school. Many times we had no
calls, hut somcumcs we would
run all 01ght. Then l also had a
p.art-t1mc joh at a print shop on
Route I and worked part-time a1
the Bethc..ta Marriott.
..The people at the firehouse
~rcry
supportive of me -
real lit' nk:c. I hive a loc of admi-
rat:ion for Fire Chief Davis and
Fin: Dcpartmelll President lay
Remc:nld.''
Small Towa Life
"leigh Ann and I .sot married
an 1984 just hclore l graduated,''
Lt Kemp ~;ofUinucs. ·~y wife
~;ouldn 't waH to ge1 out of her
own little town, hul she, also,
nnw really likes its small-town
hfe. Her brother. John. is a
Cioeenh<ll officer who is married
td 1a Dcpanmcnt Reconb Clerk.
Edith.
'11lcre's a special place called
Sandy Pond on Lake Ontario
about 50 miles north of Syracuse,
and every summer iince I was a
chi1d we would go there. Now,
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~
Beltway Plaza Moll, Mar. 7,
I 1:22 p.l'll., a man wu walking
lo his car after leoving the mall
and wos ~ by two men.
As he was entcrina the driver's
side, the first man hit him and
then pushed him over to the pas·
rear scat bC'htnd lbc victim, and
both men struck him several
times. They then drove into
Springhill Lalc.e. 'The second assailant took the victim's wallet
and other personal property,
while the first drove. They
parked the vehicle ia the 5900
bh)l.;k of Chcrrywood Lane and
flcf.J on foot in an unknown direction. The victim suffered
slight mjwies during the incident
but refusod medical treatment.
Kemp is most proud of his expericnce supcrvisi•J the Greenhc:h
lnlersa:tion of Ridge and Research Roads, Mar. 5, 7:52 p.m.,
department's Tactical (SWAT
team) unit. "We did clo~c In a
hundred drua raids, many of
which I supervised, and never
once was an otl"tcer, a suspect or
a civilian seriously InJUred," he
by
house, ~·11 buikl a huu.o:;.c down
the Bay." me lieutenant says.
a 73-year-old male resident was
arrested 'llr driving while intolltic:ated (OWl) after hcing involved
in an accidnt in which injuries
OC(WTcd.
8100 block of Kenilworth A"Vcnue, Mar. 8, 2:30 a.m., a 27year-oW 111ale nonresKient was arrested af~r an officer found h1m
sleeping in his vehidc, whi~;h
was parkt:d m the mS:iway with
no lights on. A quru1tity of marijuana w~ found m the vehicle.
The man was lefl wnh the Departmcnt ~~r CorrcCIIURS for a
He odds, "Regardleos, whether we
hearing.
move or not, Greenbelt wall continue lO play a dominant role in
(~r lives. lbcy say 'Grecnhelt il
a:reat,' and H sounds kmd of
corny, but the pcop&c really arc
Grccnhclt Road at Old
Brandtvillc Road. Mar. 12, 4:58
a.m., a 21-ycar-old male was arrested f<I OWl afler an officer
attempted to stop him and he
Oed In his car. The man crashed
a short distance away and was
apprehended. No injYries were
sustained as a result of the inci-
And the police officers here are
lhe best you'd fiDd anywhere m
lhc country. 'Those things make
wortlng hard easy."
DrapiDWI
He ...,as released on nu-
merous traft1c citations.
aa.py
9100 block of Springhill
Lane. Mar. S, II :07 a.m. cloth·
~ng.
shoes, and cash were taken.
There were no signs of forced
entry into the residence.
F-ry
sengcr side of the front seat.
and of cowse I know who many
of the offenders lrOUnd the area
are."
As to crime, sbopp1ng centers,
and young people, he says, ''In
urben .-eas, I thiak young people
tend to be a little more vtolent
And a lot of youn1 people ~nd
to hans out at shopping ~;en en
- jud&ing from license pi cs,
thc:y're from D.C. and other parts
of the county in addition to our
own youth."
Of his 14-year ~;areer, LL
frnm Greenbelt "We had nu real
thouglw of moving. hu1 !.hen I had
the chance to purcha.se an acre of
land ncar the Bay Bndgc. and
now it looks like if we ~II our
dent.
Safeway in Greenway Shop·
ping Center, Mar.
3:35 p.m.,
several stolen checks were used
to purchase merchandise. 1llc
~.
forgery was not discovered until
Whcaaon.
Start anytime between 9 o.m.
10 1 p.m. and finish the walk
tion on the walking spon call
410-437-2164
or
301·80~-4278
between 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. or email <wal'lalle~ix.netrorn.COift>.
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graduating tcnion.
oi Gra:nbdl will mal:< a donalion
10 Grad Nigh! I\- r cacil pi ..a oold
on Fri.tay, Marc 1 26. Support
local grads, all .101·-174·3030 or
SlOp by fuc atry·OUI.
urban life and lake off hkc that.''
A"ordingly, hunting was hcgun
in 1985. Serie is confident the
$!o-
problem will he ovcri,."ome in
time.
- 7400 block of Greenway Center Dri•e. Mar. 11, a while 1989
Milralory
Patuxent W1ldlife Refuge bi<Jio-
TKC 683 was stolen.
gist Holliday Obrecht !'>ay~ that
gee5e will migrate to northern
Vandahsms to and thefts from
vehicles were reported in the following areas: 6400 block of Ivy
Quebec any time from the end ol
February to Man:h or April, and
Lane, 6000 block of Springhill
Dri••· 9100 block of Springhill
Lane, 6100 ~ock of Springhill
Terrace. 10 court of Southway,
and 7800 block of Mandan Road.
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From loft lo riPt aro 8ernio and Jim Giese and Ladlle Howdl
Frieads ol doe C--wt MUMUm (FOGM) doceats, rolln1 a ..:
riot)' ol doMer'tl tlarlac • lUte leslinl -ion ol recipes from a
1954lo c ....aub rookllook. n.. c~eaorts w•ro p ....
pared by onenl FOGM board members and served duriaa lh<
Mardi doceal tno1a1ac -ion. Many ol lh< recipes wiD be In·
eluded Ia FOGM'a aew cookbook lo be published Ia lbe fall.
Redpeo " - CI'HIII>elt reoldenb al'< UI"Jendy llftCied In oil cal·
w-..·.
-.e., IIJIPelben, main dlsloa, ftldabla. Send reel·
J>C11 "r Mardo :U lo: Cr«a- Museum Cookbook, I~ c......,nl
Road. Greeabelt. MD %8'7'70. Include the contributor's ume
odd... and t.l.p~~oae number. Rec:lpa may be lyped or elearl;
prlaled.
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City Noles
Due to the unexpected snow
etnc~Jency,
w<Jrk oo the Roooevelt
Center project was delayed four
days. Weather pcnnitting, WOlken
will he back in full swing next
crrd<d 8,361 red lighl. stop "gn and
nghl on ml \'iolations.
Pharm•cy
To'*By
Sajida
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greenhouse, pruned and fertilized
streciS during the storm and then
plants in Greenspring Park and
cleaned and mulched the entrance
cleaning and repairing the equip-
to Buddy Attick Parle
ment afterward, and two days on
And the Building Maintenance
the Roosevelt Caller project.
, , . flllllo-Qwo ...... Wlfield
maintenance for the sprins scn.<OO,
cootinued playaroun<J mainteoance,
cleaned haer and collected trash.
The Mechanics Crew serviced
Crow performed hazard inspec·
good tail wind, the geese can fly
a thousand miles ·- from Quebec
to the South -- in one day."
Obrecht uplains how Hying in
"V" fonnation, the hird!i gain
"Normally,'' he explains, "we
don't mind them in some fields
like orchard gra.'is pastures, because they're not going to hun a
thing. and they do us a real favor
in the com fields. 1bc combine
loses some corn out the back,
you know. and the geese clean
that up. There are 24,000 stalks
of com per aere, and if you have
a lot of volunteer corn. that's
had. There are no herbicides for
corn, and the goose favorite i~
com, ~o that helps us."
. But the past year there wa.s a
problem in small arain fields
caused hy the drooght.
"Although small grains can
take a certain amount of graz.
mg,'' Badser explain.<. "the goe10
were pulling up lhc whole small
srain plont because it was 5o dry,
and the plants obviously couldn't
take that."
lladscr notes thai the sta1e1 of
DelaWare, Virginia. Michigan.
New York and New Jersey are
aerodynamic ad•antJtge by laking
an "energelics" ride on the vortcll
euthanizing geese and
how, It some point, the lead bird
places people ore limiting reproduction, which is done by JOIIidg
fee~ing
'
•us or to coat the laid cas with
oil so thai the. embryo dioa.
Wllere lo Wllldl Nell. . . . . .
This is the time of yo..- when
Canada geese are builclin1 neab
and laying egs. "They've olready chosen their miles, and
now they're busy checlr.ina out
possible nest sites," Obn:cht
points out. · The <&JS will he laid
toward the end of March. 1lH:
Refuge has arranged two Ctmada
goose ne!lting baskets so visitors
ev.:ry part of lhe nestbuilding piocess. One is hcside
the Visitor's Cenler and the other
ca~ watch
is on the "nonh troc:t" propetty
off Bald Eagle DriYO and P~. 198.
Obrecht is careful to swu tbol in
view of overpopularion problema,
these two are alf that will be used
for environmental educ:afioe_
The Visilor's Cenler 11 the
Refuse is located oft" BaJJimore.
Wuhingtoo l'lltwoy Powdor
Mill Road south of 1..aR1 and is
open seveu dlys a woelt frtJm 10
a.m. to ~:30 p.m. daily. Por
more infonnation, call at 301-
497-5580.
of the bird in front of them and · them to the needy. In some
at the apex of the "V," having no
vonex and tiring "'ore quickly,
a Federal permit to use dumniy
will have to drop back and yield
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tions of all City buildfn.gs, replaced burned out lights and ballasts inside and outside the Community Center and repaired a door
in the City office.
knows the route. "lf the geese
ny
The Greenbelt Community Center presents:
route to fly back nonh,'' he says.
Like Hindman and Badger,
~
the route south just one time,
they can usually remember thai
Obrecht is very aware of the
overpopulation problem. He also
expresses concern that 1hc geese
Line Dancing
~Workshop
can modify a breedmg area hy
SUnday, Nardi 28
trampling down the habitat so
that nesting ducks suffer from the
competition.
Beltavllle Fi<lcb
2pm~4pm
In the Dance Studio of the
Community Center
Tim Badger, head of Farm
Operations for the Beltsville Agricultural Rcsc;.~n:h Center, points
out that the ~ol f courses whi~;h
residential gcc~c used tu enjoy
for thc1r ~ood green gra~s arc
for ore Information. please call
.301·.397·2208
We promise you caring,
comfortable ... affordabl~ dentistry ..
and we're in your neighborhood!
llli:lT-·Itr . . . . . . . _
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The Honiculturc Crew planted
seeds and annuals cuttings in the
The Streeii Crew spent three
days salting, plowing. clearinc City
........ 2 ... - - . .
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the Police and Public Works vehicles, while the Cleaning Crew
refinished floors, cleaned city
buildings, carpets and chairs at the
Community Center.
week.
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Our family has been serving your
community lor 61 years and we just keep
growing.
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DRS. MCCARL
301·474·4144
for Our New Patients
P~lishiS 251eaning
WDDdlllylnl ... tllcb•...-.c~llrld.
GALA CONCERT
'flw. Homet~pun Ceilidh Band
Skye Gatherillfl
Sllblrday. ~ 20. 8 p,llf,
Ma~~talla, G..,Ji~ •iDt!inll group
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Paso~~ to Paso~~
Gospel rocl4 from the bond's Rrst and second CDs with
opening band Guys In Ties playing bluM ro-bs
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301-47~
FIX 301-474-4401
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Mon-Fri 9/W· 7 PM
Set91W-6PM
R L\I.I'r 1
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polishing and cleaning.
lnduclea neceaiCHy Maya on
day of examination.
Goad only with coupon .
I Value up to $141.00.
Fellow in Academy of General Dentistry.
NIWOfflce .........
Monday
8:5
Tuesday
9:8:30
Wednesday
9:8:30
Thursday
8-4
friday
8-4
~rday
8:11 :30
DIL JAY MCCARL
Dental implant Symposium at Boslon Uniwrsity.
Fellow in Academy of General Dentistry.
DIL DAVID J. MCCARL
Qulnlessence Award lor Excellence in Clinical
Restorarive Dentistry.
28 Ridge Rood
Greenbeh, Maryland 20770.0717
four On. ore raM.d os Clinical Field lnstructon for
1991-92 by tho Univwsily of Maryland Dental School
All
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Fellow in lnlernolionol College of Dentists.
Fellow in American College of Denrists.
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Only $25.00 lor a complete-
DIL CLAYTON 5, MCCARL, SIL
DIL CLAYTON 5, MCCARL, JIL
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after
Complimentary Initial
Dental Exam
DISTINCTIONS AND AWARDS:
Retired Nov. 1996
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Ti<·k.-1 Pri('t'S
Our main concern is to give you sole
and complete quality core which is why we've
loken hundreds of hours of conlinuing education. We utilize stottH>f-thEKJrt equipment and
sterilization techniques to creole beautiful,
heahhy teeth lor a lifetime.
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SaMdoy, March 17 • 0.. Night ~I
Come donal to music so good it ought to be against the
law. Get a tid<et to 5ef IJOtX local
"Off-Outy" pollee Officn
$10 (;.c.M"ral Admi!'l:ooinn/ S7 Sludt•nf ..-1d SmicW Ui14f>t,unt
will nligrale south. down to the
Carolinas, from Or.:tobcr through
December, again depending on
weather. "They wait for good
tail winds, and if they have a
now patrolled by dogs specially
trained to chase off aecse.
leadership to another goose who
2 1r .._. •
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Off-Duty
c....
Depending un the weather,
Jeep Cherokee with Virginia tags
tion and miXllft or commu&er. t<vL<I, and long-haul trallic, haoo a large
number of traffic control •i<Jiati<l!IS.
1n the llN Respc<t Red cam(IQign m
November 1997, area pollee rc-
by
4 p.m.
For broctue or more inform,a.:.
latitudes, "we had no idea that
they would adapt so well to sub-
len.
Disregardins traffic controls is a
leading cause of aa<hcs in urtlon ;w.
=. iKXXJUIIIiJig for 'I'Jli"Ox"'-ly 22
pcrcenl of the total number of .
cr.IShcs. Driv= who nin red lights .,
are responsible for an c~llmatcd
260,000 crzhes each year. ll)e
Washington region, wilh 1l'i conges-
1be Homespun Cellldh a.nd 8IICI
Skye Gatberlng
Prlday. Jllan:h 19. 8 P.lll,
and Wheaton Regional Park. in
Maryland lags EVX 700 was
26.
My
Come walk with the Freestate
Happy Wanderers on Salurday,
Morch 27, at Brooltside Gudens
country in the 1970s and
1980s. rcstorins them to southern
8, a I 992 Honda Accord with
Areo polico: dcpll1mcnts will undenak< "Resjlecl Red;' a tine-week
traffic enforcemcnl campojgn that
will WJ!CI red light and stop sign
"""""" and OMn who fail to """'
bcf<R making a righl on red. Ron
spc<.1 Red, will run U.OO!jh March ·
mother. grandfather, one of my
two brothers and his famtly plus
my siiter come, and we rent 1he
same con.aaa year after year. .
"In Greenbeh, we've always
enjoyed walking lo the Cenler,
walking oround the lake, scein1 a
Brookside Gardens
Spring Walk
(c--...,._ - I )
9)00 block of Edmonston
ROOd, Mar. 7, a burBUndY 1989
Honda Accord with Maryland
~JS ~03 AVV was stolen.
Greenbelt Metro Slation, Mar.
Pol'~ee Advise
meet with the rest of the Kemp
I tow a boat up.
from ac=cO::..
Respect Red,
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OBESE
the checks were round to be
only, .. 1 try to 1111)' extra·vigilant. · The second man then got into lhc
says.
lut the fanily ma)' he movmg
'111andloy, Mareb 18, 1999
<ince 19K9, myself, Leigh A11n
and the two hoy• go up there and
fUiily.
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were
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Call us today ro.: a Satisfying Smile!
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SaJ0a. dlordl,
lOI-937-1310.
HOME MOVIES Slldco, Pl<tares
_.,VHS,Topellopoir.IIUII
-.Ill<.
301-47~741.
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GLORIOUS IIOMI! CARE uai....S N1!1!D A HOUSB srm!a? Male.
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We provide
cooUd
PLUMBING AND RI!MODI!UNO,
-.~- .... much mon:.
Call,.,..
-lolarmotioo. 301-918-
1771.
.CASH FOil' YOUit VALUABLES'
.lewelry,-. wlldlcs. c:unens,
.... __ Wellly.ldlllldloanlfty. . . of vahle. We pt~wn autos. A· I
PAWNIIIIOKI!U lOI-345-0858.
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lOI--491-11013.
TAX HELP
pun:hue lor $39.000.
Caiii'OgyDuaon
HOUSECLEANING cloae weekly, bi- gel, 301-262-4607.
weekly, one-lime. Allo fr<e est, refs, .::YAIUlS;.;;..;..:..;_·:.;Spiac.;....;.
:.;_:.;,;__up. .,..-_-eflicien,-.-
301-345-1815
Brenda.
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I · 'nw Service
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I -...,.a,25,_,.,expen.u
1
laiOI!Iblepriao.Pal,lOI-213-3273.
ll'fCOIIB TAX
PIUIPARATION
Ac:eount ~ witb lluJ Ad.
11 '
1
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IIPillOI'I:SSIONAI.L~ PREP
DI!CKS - Power wuhed and sealed,.
$69.99. SadJfaetion paranleed. Pal,
301-213-32?3.
HI GREI!NBELT • I'm
RI.ASONABLYPRICED
CALL:
RAIIIlOU'tl C. SPRINGER
CPAMST··
801-848-128S
11011927-2448 1
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himtobuyroeoJcepandGrammyhkes ACCEPTCREOJTCARDS-AIIbu"·
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMEN'f -GHI
seeks the followina:: licensed plumber,
journeyman or maJteB license: carpenter. 5 or more years in raKiential car-
it whe~ he acts out. a lot Thanks, nesies accepled for merchant ac-
YEAaS
_
001) 441-9137
(140)-tO.-
Tu .........tlonfor
-
DISOOVNT $5.00 OFF
s.Moeworl;llld new homos.
'AJJ...,.
dmtt by ....... lll«<rrdtm
deliver ada (Wllllpervised) 10 lownhousc
lloundUc.tiHZPr.Goo.
Transporwion helpful but 001 critical.
301-6:u-6999
Super references an: a mull. Top pay.
No job IDosmall
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+
AMII!iem•e
one bedroom
apartments
+
•
Vista Mgmt. Co. +
301-982-4636 •
Gin&<
and condo doors in Oreenbell only.
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301-261-4161
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Ff!EE ESTIMATES
301-345-111113
CALl.: KEN
1999.
£
Appljs;gtjqa "QMirM· Qay ol Grenlaelt PertoBMI, 25 Crr•crnt
R..d, G.....bdt or ..U 301-414-1172 fw .......... EOE.
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ligniflal...,.?
Come and meet with other
Chrtsliana who combine
prtlyer, ocriptuft!, proloe and
raJm•floultlpo.
Thul'ldays- 7:00 to 8:30 PM
ot Groenbeh Bllpllst Church
POSmON VACANCY
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Caii301·SZ3-25811Dr....,__
We11 help, or get you help, lor almoat lillY task.
1llANKS FOR READING OUR CARD, PLEASE TAPE IT
TO YOUR PHONE OR RI.FRIGERATOR.
CAll. US WTrn ANY TROlJBI..E.WE'U. HElP YOU OR
GUIDE YOU.
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SIIVICE
-be.......,_ --'ble
WilY~
·CIDER
llqp/IJRC'!rl . . . . . Cit¥ ol Gowwbelt Pononnol. iS c..sc.nt Aoad,
c;.-. Of~ 301-474-11172 ll:lr
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GRE9eB.T FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Special Loan Rates ·
6. 9% APR up to 5 years for New Car Loans
7.5% APR up to 5 years for Used Car Loans
.
• J01-J45-1149
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For more information,
Call 301-474-5900
A credit union for persons who live or work m Greenbelt
ApraAnnual Percentage Rate
R/Jifi subject to change wit/'oout notice.
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F.A. Bowley
Plumb'
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301-345-1115
30 year• in GrM
Now Bat... , Feaau.
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A~ 1oincll tt{--.
·Etc.
Wlnted ,
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-no
c:o.h ·i
For the~
OPENQOUSE
SUN., 3/21 11 tOO to 4r00
ForS..;,brOw-r
4!.
Dave Meadows
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Service Manager
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24 Lttk...We Dr.
hnmacta1Me2,..atl IQ. ft brick hocM C*
lora< wooclediiMdtcap lot. 3-4 BR,
3r.tl84 . . -............ oftke.l'lo-
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Tbe Rockfea C~­
Pitcb team t. liJ
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Gleololaa~flooh'ilwl-­
•or ..,.,... dwoupoer. C•om kje.
c-....An_.,..woocll....._.,.._
dows C.,m, Ia. l~lled deck. Chtola
MD State Lottery
svnq set. CcottaJ A.C w.lk IOCYef)'•
lhi ! $220,000 301-47 ... 3661.
20Southway
need of a c~ for
our 7--8 year olcb.
Pleae a'll AHza at
301-614-9889 If
lntereated.
POSITION VACANCY
Greenbelt, MD 20770
j
2A Hours lor Gas CRt Snacks •
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Did You Know
Old ....... lt
has a
AppiJcgltpn rcgylrc¢ City of G....,belt Penonnel, 25 Creocent
Road, Greenbelt or call301·474-1872 for appllcauon. EOE.
Tr.adttion;~l or Non~traditional Funerill Arrangements
•••
Memorial Services • Cccmation • Prr#Nccd
Out·o£#Town Transportation & Service Arrancrmenu
Community Center/
2nd Floor
Open
Saturday 12-7 P.M.
Other hours by
Family Owned Rtally Matters
GAsca'S fuNERAL HC)ME
When lt Coma To Choosing A Funeral Hom£,
For Hort<sly, Caring, and Qwdiry, Alfurdabk Smrict
Great Prices
State of Maryland
Inspection Program
Vehicle Emissions
Certified Emissions Repair Facility
Greenbelt Auto & Truck Repair Inc.
•·
Facility "5459
atlOI-345-5151
159 CenterwayRo.d ~
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2117711 ~
- 301-982-2582
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A.S.E.
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help widl your
house cleanins? Let us help. We
are a husband and wife ream
workift&
'
$10.00J
COMPlTJ'ER SP£C!AU$T- pvl·llmi:'20 lln./Week,
hr. Proftdency wtth WIN9X. DOS. & WFW'o. Duu.. 'lnc:lude
0/5 inatall. Nov<ll3.12 aetup, SW/IfW problem reeoNIJon.
Valid drtver'o llcenae and reliable vehicle ~ur1ed. i~
Family Owried & Operated Since 1859.
Framing
Do you need
time you t>isit
Geaenl Pncllce
301-345-7273 .
HoUMC!eMIIIfl
We promise a jatJt and
pleasant purchatJe er:>ery
AactnleJAI Uw
llm!IIIOR PAIImNG
Md. H01110 bnp. Lic.l26409
n..sca., · noon ID fp.M.
Oil Changes, Batteries
Brakes, Shocks, Tires
Exhausts & Tune-Ups
I
PlltrldtJ. Mc:Aadrew
·- CAIU'I!T a.EANJNO
...........,., 1hlndlr ........ to tp.m.
f ...... Slllunllir·t...... IOAp.m.
r~.
112-'IH7
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JDuch
14J c-..y
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lnlhlduiiiSmll
•I•MWIU
Missy's Decoratma ·
appointment.
Can Nancy DePIMchett
,
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PORRENT·l..tun:l11t,3finishedlev-
"~ Old Greenbelt Citgo
Creative. Custpm
Sorvlca a..-.. moln<oln
dlontr-._.._ ..._do rolcuHop · - - · glv.
,..-.....,and-..,......doncol-as...-ci(compUI).
and etr.<ttw ·
---~ ...... ~and ..... domeancr
and
•
Qtrid'IIW'I ~ . . . . . . . .
~-laled
MbGrr.l.........,
els.'2 .-suite. Walt to Lwrel Mall. . ~;p~&i;;~ilji!!J!I!~~,~~~~!IJ!!!!!!!!!ltl~!l·~~~
Excellent condition. $1100. Call Loric .I
Sdoeibol,t.on,.t.....,.JOI-261-4!00.
• Bonded • lnsuf'('(i
MHIC •-1047~ 301-3i5-IZ61
;~::-:1:::1_~
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PII8!IUUmoH
"-l'idr
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FRAME SHOP
fie!- I CffD· f'lo9. locDI geM. . . . lndtvlcb>l to worio
- 2 5 llduooelo. $9.74111'-+ pn>«<l8d benellts. T-JH.f--
Oft!._
I
U you bring In your pdgets, the Nwi,s are exquisite.
Ditto If we t«lde several troubles on oee visit.
SENIORS' CONC£RiiS.ANY AND AU.: Always Worth A Call!
OSOO.
• Acoustical CdlDg
IUpporl for hurting people .
~RpenoNII
•l'.uo.
• lllciMniiU
MIUC116SII
po•t vadute rxprrience ill Caaily or criaU ~- MSW pref<rrod. 1\5.11/lor wlpro-rotod·......,-,... Clooiatl cLot" April 7.
11«ept1on Faults • Appllanceo • Fua • ~ASK!
evening. vigorous walks in older
Greenbeh <l+ miles). Call 1.... 301474-S046.
11-.y,.,., 111 """'Up artd
lhliw,. Frw .£M.ua.
Cion. Shon dlltancc to pool, tennis.
Great location SIIOO. Call Lorie
Scheibel. Lona.t FoSler. 301-261-
WANTED
WALKING COMPANION lor early
TAX
UPHOLStERY
FOR RENT - Avail now. Greenbelt/
Glen Ora lownhome, 3 finished ICYels,
3 BR, Z 112 baths, lo,.ly show condi-
I
CRI51S INTERVENTION COUNSEWR- 112 tjw·To provid•
r.meraency and on-pi.nc coaa:.eliat 8ei'Yien in~ juvrnilr
«"rimto. dome1tic viok:nce. r.pe aad at...ptrd •aic:idr. Rrquirrs
BA in ooc:iol work, JMY•hoJocy or rel.led fodd ud min. 2 yro.
Cranky Clocks & Lamps • Sick Stereos & VCR's
Bum Computers & lV's •Iffy Furniture & Cars
Hanging Plctules & Curtains • Handyman Work
ANY ELEC"J'RO.MECHANICAL QUIRK!
couraaedtoapply. Call Mn. K M301-
931-6100.
IlEAL I!STATE • RENT
MUSTSEU. ·1'1troe andoli-an:h
- • builtlinas. 20 • :16, 2S i 44, 30 x I.JCENSEI) DAY CARE MOM • 11M
SO. Pricessluhed! ..... uvinp! FifuiiiJ-ttlmeopatinp. " " ' - . 6
oanciq avlilablo. ·0rea1 bactyord :mold. ~•..rea• o,..
worbhopo llld ..._. Calllmmcdi- 6:30Lm. -6:30p.m. ·CaJIJOJ-441-:J92A.
•oel 1-1100-341.7007.
l.ic~nscd
P0SJD0N VMANQ
TOTAl JN.MOME SEftVKE
help needed weekdays. Retilft's en.
AVON - Oreal prices, pat . . - ,
ptatsenic:e' 100'1 ~··Call
Patti; 301-982-2312.
~YCAIIB
Oryw:iD•Paintins•Carpmtry
..........•••...
••••••••••
FOA fJ!It. PAOSlEM - BIG OR SMAll
Especlolly For ~ors
and Very !My People!
MUCBANDIS!!
WISUt C0111111C1101
: GROCERY STOCKER
: FuU lime pooitiott anllable
efor an Ex;pcdrpmt Gmcm
:~offering goad pay
0 and benefits. Apply In penon
•at CO-OP SUPERMARKET,
:Ill Centerway, Greenbelt,
• 301-47~22.
+
From $S40.00 +
Nopliatiott
TuAoomoory
AOVER.nSEMENT DISTRIBUTOR
WANTED· M~ be mature person of
12 to 92 yean and able to HAPPILY
Cullom Quality 'lftJrt< Don<wl Pride'
+Crescent Square + JH""'~IIi'M..,..~r.+t~
+ Old Greenbelt +
•"-"- .... prior,....
pentry. Competilive salary and out-
standing benefiu incluc:Una company
paid health and dental and 401 K retirement plan. Call301-474-416l, ..t. IS2 .
301-474-0882
H e - - . , . and
£
ZEUS ELECTRIC
OILIC.CIIIMIANCE
El!PWENCE • ,
s-......._.
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;:;30:..:1..:.·9::53...:-0;:.;599;:.;....- - - - -
MlliZ llcGON.-UiiZ
Se. . . . wm.lualo
counts.
Guaranlced
Free
info, call24
hn .• Flntopproval.
Capital Credit,
INCOMITAIImJINS
paOfiSSIONAW' P11PAUD
CONSULTAnciN
• 31
movearoom,offi~.apwt~.hous.e,
Johruon'slf'Uiddauahler. Please look
athis'-aodootlliopap:. Pleueha>e etc.? Cai1301-34S-8323.
him o...- 10 fi• thinp becau .. 1 want
GREENBELT
QUAUTY
LANDSCAPES
~AND I'I.AN11NG
I
MoviiiJ' Wanna
STATE MOVER
JST- Must demonstrate ability to provide administrative suppon at the AIS
E:~~.ecU~e Corporate Ofracc. KnowledSC of mulli-line P,hone sy5tcm, MS
Word/Excel/Outlook, Internet access/
"""" p<efened. Independent worlcer.
Fu resume to Judi Groves al 301-4891020.
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".. -~- •
llelltPir.....-$147,1!00
311d-ZonoboKIIolbo
Mis~na, Frank
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'condo pool 1n Oreenbell. looting for
!iupcrvisor for condo in Greenbeh, MD.
vidod. l'ralldcphone estimMa. An-
20 ,_. Elperience
law:.........,,
703-«2-73S8, ond coli Kat hi
Kinkenhoter, GHI-474-4161 10 _ ,
LIFEOUARDS WANTED! Private
MAJNTENANCE HEI..PER • To assist Jln)fessional and friendly people for
summer employment. Competilive
Prefer lip aperience in carpowy, dry- salary, nexible hours and fun! Leave
wall, paintina. eleclrical and arounds message for Holli at 301-441-1096.
maintenance. Not a live-on position.
Must have reliable transponauon. HELP WANTED - Decorating shop In
P1ease fu employ. history wlhourly pay BCitsville n«dll enlhulliastic and ererate to 301-441-1988 or caiiJOI-441- alive Wet penon, part time. Call M"'.
K. ao 301-937-6100.
1394 •42.
GREENBELT, MD-PT RECEPnON- HELP WArorrED • Part time office
l...owoll pnce ..........,m. mall service
calls $65 complde. .
bqinnen. Kicb. Adulu.llldividualizod HOUSECLEANING - $35 and up.
les100s. 301-34S-4132
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As tbe Greesobolt lntramurals
BukelbaiL Playoff Tournament
continues. there .e rour teams
remaiatng in the hunt for the
1999 Greenbelt Boys &t Girls
Clab Intramural• championship.
On Friday Man:h 19117:15 p.m.
a1 1he Grrnbelt Youth Center,
the Lmen Final will be played,
with the ...._ playing the Terps
or the Wianb in the championship game oa Solurday Man:h 20
at 9 LAO. II the Gn:enhelt Youth
Center.
In the ~·s font round
the R.aplilQ narrowly defealed the
Heat 14-12. Jarren Long and
Steveo Bumoughs led the Rap<on
with six points each and Pele
Schutz scor.ed lwo points. The
Heat got 111ost of their scoring
from Hak<em Aluander with 10
poinu and And"' Stewart added
·rwo points.
Next the Tcrps faced-off
against the Tarhecls. It was a
closely pl"!'cd game. The teams
...sawed hack and forth untol the
Tcrpo grabbed the lead in the fi.
ul ....,W and oquealted out an
I8-1 S win. The T01ps adV1111C< to
play the winner of the Raptors
ver~us Wizards second round
game.
The Wilards entered the game
with their undefeated league
record of 8-0 including two prior
wins agaiast the Raptors. The
Wizards arrived with a new look,
they show..t up with a hogh level
of enlhusi-.m which was brought
on by a f~sh fashion statement.
The coac••• and players had
warm-up Jhirts wHh the name
Wizards on the front and their
Daace aacl Slq To ~·011 Duty"
by Panl llrotloen
The Cireenbelt Arts Center is
sponsoring a refU.m performance
of the band "Off Duty" at the
function&,· oncludona F.O.P. holoday paniCs and retirement raetacs. and private parties. The
band will soon be performong at
Community Center on Saturday,
March 27 a1 9 p.m. ··orr Duty"
performed prev1ously at the
Community Cenler in October.
Founded in 1995 by a group of
law enforcement officers who
discovered thai they had another
the Sheraton Hotel in Oceaa
City. Aa:ordiq 10 one of the
musici1ns, they play "at JU~I
about any gig where doughnuts
and coffee are sened.''
White there won't he any
doughnuts served at th1s dance,
the New Deal Cafe will he
open to serve refreshments.
This should be a fun noght for
anya.e who cu tap theu feel,
put oft tbeir daaciq shoes, and
hum alona with ''Off Duty'!\"
renditions of Otis Redding's
.. Sittin' on the Dock of the
Bay,"
Jimmy
Buffet·,
"Marsaritaville" or Chuck
Bf.rry's ••Johnny B. Goode"
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interest m common- mus1c, the
band consists of seven memben
and play• a wide variety of mu-
sic, from oidia 10 clasic rock to
blues to country.
The vocalisls are Tony
Thurston and Paula Clincdinst;
on guitar are Geor1e Coleman,
Angelo Consoli. and Chris
Ptuvi!i; playing both keyboard
and sax is Marc Umansky; aftd
on.drums is Jerry Manin.
Jerry. Marc. Ancelo, and
Geor1e hne been plaJiDI together for approlliimalcly ten
yean. Throughout this time they
have performed with several
bands ("Numbskull."' "Wayward
Cloildren," "Up for Grabs," "Code
J' and finally ''Oft'·Duty"). They
have played several difl'cn:nt venues over the yean. including the
Unovenity Concert Hall (formerly
the Paragon~ The Gmt! and Taakard, Mitsy's, Fatty'•· the Fort
Meade Ofrlcer's Club, and 1hc
94th Aermquadron.
"Off-Duty" has appeared at
community events in both
Rockville and Hyattsvtlle, as well
as a& numerous law et1force{llCftt
The National Put Service is
sponsorins the lith Annual
Potomac Watershed Cleanup,
Saturday. March 27 at 9 a.m .
with resistratioa beginning at
8:10 a.m.
Volunteers are
needed to help clean the
streams of Greenbelt Park that
lead 1.0 the Pol.OmaC River and
Che...,.ate Bay. The cleanup
is a coUaboracKJa of rriva1e 1)r·
ganizations, federaL itatc, and
city agencies. ladividuals who
·wish to clean tbe stream arc
asked
to
brins
waders.
Greenbeh Park will also he
cleaned.
Volunteerlli Me encouraged to
wear sturdy shoes or boots and
work gloves. Panicipants will
meet al lhc Ranacr Station in
Greenbelt Park localed ncar the
campground enlrance. For
more information, please call
Greenbcll Park at 301-3443944.
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were played Wednesday March
17 with the results too late to he
added t& this story. Tunc in for
more write-ups next week. Or
come see the games and n:suhs
for yourself lhis Friday at 7:15
p.m. and Saturday at 9 a.m.
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~fordoes. Hcl!e
and Lioa scholarship awards,
which must bC posllllarted no
1a1er doon April IS, can be picked
up 111 tbe Admini-m's Office
at the Eleanor Roosevelt High
School and the Office of Finan·
cial Aid 111 Mlll)'land Uaivenity,
Coilese Park. The ,,_,. criteria are: Greenbelt resident. demonslrlle financial need and thrce
references from individuals other
than relatives.
ln addition, a
candidate for the Stan Hoke
Schohonhip award must be a hipo
school senior who inlends to major in education and has a and<>
point aver•&• of 3.0 or hipoer.
Candidates for tbe Lion Scholarship award must be a college senior wilh a grade point average
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Thas week's game sched e
has the Terp~ vs. the Wi:t..a.rds
the winners' bracket. and the
Tarhccls vs. the Raptors in the
losers· hracket. Both games
~ Scholanhip
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Once the. a me IOl under
way, the Rapus' agrasive man
to man defense coupled with
some cold shootinJ found the
Wizards in a spo1 that also was
new! Behind ia the game with
tbe score after one half of play
at 6-S, the W'Wirds coupol up in
the second half 10 win the game
16-8. lobo McDonald's key fTce
throws (lhrcco of four attempts)
and two boooi<cts led his team and
lhc game witll seven points.
The Tarlocels advanced to play
the Raptors in the third round by
eliminating the Heat 24-12. The
Heat had three playe" score four
points each, most notably Anthony Scou who had not scored
up until this game. The Heels
weR led by Sherad Tucker's 16
points on various lay~ups and offensive rebounded shots. Kdly
Keifner scored six. points and
Andrew Watson scored two
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