The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 3, 1970 · Page 32
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June 3, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 32

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new Robert H. Burkart Seeks Post Of Montgomery County Executive "The citizens of Montgomery County have seen at to provide for themselves, by Charter Amendment, the position of County Executive," a statement by Robert H. Burkan, independent candidate for the post, said. "This office offers an opportunity for service and is a challenge to the voters of the County in the selection of a qualified person to discharge the duties thereof. The opportunities for service to the person who holds the office challenges the imagination of anyone familiar with the problems of Montgomery County. "Growth is rewarding in itself but it presents problems which may not be ignored. Montgomery County has enjoyed, for the past decade, phenomenal growth at all levels of its structure--political, economic, population, wealth and, yes, even poverty. "Some of these areas of growth have been dealt with. We have met the challenge of expanding demands of education. We have built an enormous plant for the education of our children, adequately staffed our educational institutions and provided excellent, if not the best, equipment and supplies in this field. "There are other areas of government where we have failed utterly to meet the challenges of our growth. Our government structure has not been sirfficicnt to the challenge.- tt has been lacking in leadership. The office of County Executive is an answer to the crying need for leadership if the citiiens select the proper person to fill mis position," he said. "After weeks of deliberation and consideration of those candidates who have been most prominently mentioned as contenders for this high and responsible position, I have determined mat the electorate of Montgomery County deserve better than this crop of possible candidates," said Burkart. "Therefore, with all humility and an impelling desire to serve my fellow citizens, I have been persuaded by numerous friends and acquaintances, to offer my- selt as a candidate for election to the position of County Executive. I submit the following as a basis upon which I offer my candidacy. "I have been a registered Democrat in Montgomery County since 1932. Recently, I register- ed independent. It is my desire to be available for the voters choice in the general election, Novembers. "I am an independent candidate who cares and not a captive candidate who can be controlled," said Burkart. "The issues facing the people of Montgomery County seem to me, and to those fellow Coun- tians with whom I have had tts- cussions, to bet "(1) TAXATION -- The past four years have resulted in increased taxation both because of rate increases and increased assessments. There has been no economy in public spending. A responsive government must spend judiciously and tax in accordance with reasonable and bearable levels that reflect the ability and consent of the citizens. "(2) HOUSING-- Montgomery County is^ known as a rich county but its prosperity is dependent upon diverse economic opportunity for all levels of its citizens. We have seen the housing market restricted to the higher cost houses and public supported and subsidized housing for the very poor. The great majority of low and middle income THE CHEESE. % pound San Giorgio Elbow Macaroni, cooked and chilled · 2 medium cucumbers, peeled «12 radishes · Vs Italian onion · Va pound Swiss, American, or sharp Cheddar cheese · 1 large green pepper · % cup sour cream « salt and pepper · V* teaspoon lemon juice · 1 tablespoon chopped parsley. Cut all vegetables and cheese into uniform- sized cubes. Toss lightly with macaroni and sour cream mixed with salt, pepper, and lemon juice. Serve in well chilled bowl garnished with chopped parsley. Serves 4. Do "THE CHEESE". Wt'll sUc* off 3*. ASuMdvyof gC IMrBJMay FOOBB citizens have seen their opportunity for home ownership in Montgomery County vanish. We can ill afford the luxury of expensive education for our young people if we export their knowledge and creative ability through lack of reasonable housing for their family formations. "(3) TRANSPORTATION There has been some progress toward mass Tail transportation but absolutely none in the field of highway and auto routes qjuate transportation must be balanced If tt Is to serve the residents of this county. Actkm must be directed at providing adequate cross-county highways and satisfactory connections wtthtbe highway system of the District of Columbia. The economic waste in dollars and man-hours in twice-daily traffic jams Is inconceivable In an era that provides the knowledge for Interplanetary travel. ^. M ^ n "(4) ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT-Mont- gonMry County, has eone of ago in an ·commie MOM* ft is no longer a'badroom cocununtty for the District of ComuoMa. Bat tt cannot «tand *tUl. It mist either go forward or die. ft has all the natural resources to progress in a commercial and industrial area that will provide a growing and expanding tax base and a living environment satisfactory to our present and future residents. Ibis requires sound and hard planning and not the shiftless drifting of tht past four years. "(9 EDUCATION - The dollars* ,,, la ^|. Eymn WH VMBVV not appear to be well mmi^m^ut- a\ MAA·M^M^a4*M^ mmfmmmmmfimmmW^mfmtt spenu A responsive gorWMMor must assure tts taxpayers that every dollar spent for edacaltai buys education and not experimentation and frivolMM» "«) PUBLIC SAFETY - The county has enjoyed satisfactory SERTOMA FLAG W ACCOM' - These are busy days for the "Flag Waggin'" committee of the Frederick Sertoma Club. From left, James W. Powell Jr., Paul Main, Richard Sharrer and Merrill Crance are shown putting up the Downtown Frederick flags for Memorial Day. Also shown is their new "Flag Waggin' " (trailer), especially built and newly completed for this project. Sertoma undertakes the responsi- bility for display of The Flag of the United States and the Maryland State Flag on holidays and for special erects, such as the upcoming 225th anniversary celebration of Frederick, Bell History Days, Flag Day June 14, and July Fourth. 'Howard Fisher is president of Sertoma, an acronym meaning: SERVICE TO MANKIND. INSPECTED MEATS peoples, ft must not alkw dlaai- dent iuUu eats to invade and av- trupt ttstranQtflily.li poet and expand tta »*· PROMOTED - William K. Keeney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Keeney. Jefferson, was promoted to Sergeant rt- ceoUy while serving with the 1st Aviation Brigade nearDi An, Vietnam. Sgt. Keeoey Js assistant section leader wfifa Troop D, 3d aquadnn, of the brigade's 17tfa Air cavalry. He entered the Army in October 1968, and completed Ms basic training at Fort Bragg, N. :C. He hold the Army Commendation Medal, Air Medal, and Hie Combat InfantrymanBadge, The 21-year-old sergeant is a 1996 graduate of Frederick High School. After spending a month leave at Us home he is nb*r at Fort Meade. - SMUGGLED GOODS NEW DELHI CAP)- Chinese goods such as fountainpens, ballpoint pens, cigarette lighters, needles and flashlight bulbs were smuggled *nt" India during 1969, according to an official report. The total value of Chinese goods seised during the year totaled equivalent of $2,000 the report ·aid. ROC SCOUNTED ERY PRICES A. ROUND STEAK Cut ib. GOETZE'S FRANKS ^ $1.09 MORRELL'S Jumbo Bologna IMPORTED LEAN COOKED HAM Ib. MORNING CHEER BACON BONELESS ROLLED ROAST Sliced Ib. Ib. GOOD Ground Beef ROCKINGHAM SMOKED HAMS Vt or WHOLE 35c 32c SPAGHETTI .« *_»_!«». 2 McCORMICK MAYONNAISE HEINZ CATSUP FREESTONE PEACHES 25c CAFFREE KING COLE MIX Vegetables 2 Jfc PEPSI COLA ,^ o. ^ ^ 89c SPIC SPANsr^ $1.05 ,. FRESH PRODUCE BANANAS 2. 25c FLORIDA ORANGES ., 49c NEW POTATOES 10, 89c FIRM TOMATOES . 39c HEAD LETTUCE ..We {CUCUMBERS 2. We RED RADISHES ..10c (LARGE LEMONS 6.39e IKE COLD MELONS -J2.19 IMESN PINEAPPLES ~, 29c FROZEN FOODS MEAL TIME BREADED VEAL DKEMUEIS VEMh fgm ^kv STEAKS - 79 MORTON'S 3 COURSE ft mm DINNERS 65 TURKEY OR CHICKEN DONALD DUCK ORANGE JUICE 6-oz. cans LEMONADE CUT GREEN BEANS 2 _29c TEEN QUEEN OLEO 2.39t GRADE-A EGGS» 3 ,, $1.00 HI-C ORANGEDRINK~ 3. $1.00 TEEN AGE MODESS ,39e BAR-BRA-DEE COOKIES 3. $1.00 WASHINGTON CAKE MIX . lOt MARASCHINO CHERRIES ^ 35t SUN SWEET PRUNE JUICE ,-49e BLACK LABEL tmmmmk ft 9 BEER "" FRESH STEAMED CRABS ^$3.99 CASE cans NEWSPAPER! iNEWSPAFERr

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