Page 20 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Wednesday, September *. 1M7 jor Changes Council Hears Governmental Reform Plan From The Montgomery Countu Bureau ROCKVILLE-Major changes in the structure of county gov- einment were recommended to the Montgomery County Council the charter .have responsibility for prepara- i tion and presentation of the county budget. i i While the committee's recommendations call in general for a much stronger executive post in noted in its "interim report," which chairman James R. Worsley Jr. termed "tentative conclusion," that the county again "has outgrown its form of government." The report divided its recommendations into three fields: Executive Branch, Legislative Branch and County Finances. The committee called for: Placing the executive power in a full - time official elected by the voters of the entire county for a four - year term with the title, Council President. Placing under the Council President a County Manager who would be a professionally qualified official appointed by the Council President and confirmed by the council. He would serve at the pleasure of the Council President. The heads of the various county departments would be appointed in the same manner but their duties would be supervised by the County Manager. While council members said little about the recommendations, Council President David Scull said he was disturbed by the proposal to give the full- time council president the authority to appoint all department heads. He said he was concerned that if this were done the appointment of department heads "would be thrown into the political arena". The Council President would BE A UTY-DIGNITY WARMTH and GRACIOUSNESS All very important in our Funeral Home DAILEY'S FUNERAL HOME 1201 NORTH MARKET ST. Successor To (. F, Cline Son EST '183 Tradition--Understanding and Personal Attention is always extended at Dailey's. the power to veto actions of the council. The committee's recommendations in the legislative field would have all legislative power granted to the council of seven part - time members, presided over by the Council Fvesi- dent who would have no vote except in case of a tie. The committee said it had not reached a decision as to whether the members of the Council should be elected at-large or from districts. Noting that the present state constitution requires at - large voting, Scull said that the recommendations by the Charter Review Committee would be looked at again later next year following the drafting of the new State Constitution. A minority opinion was submitted by committee member David MacDonald and also by Lewis B. Sims.. The council indicated that following receipt of ttie final recommendations of the Charter Review Committee and public hearings by the committee and itself, the recommendations would be placed on a ballot in the fall of next year for a decision by the voters. Adoption would bring the most sweeping revision of the county charter since its adoption in 1948. In another action of great local interest, the council voted to declare "Extra Legislative Session 1967 Bill 1" (Fire Bill) suspended pending a referendum vote on the matter. Known as the "fire bill' the legislation sought to centralize functions, purchases and financing procedures of the county's 16 fire departments. Strongly fought by the volun- .eer firemen of the county, the bill was petioned to referendum according to a certification by the Board of Elections who said hat signatures of more than 5 jei cent of the registered va'ers lad been filed by the opponents of the measure. The bill will be voted upon at the next regular or special dec- Counfy 4-H Entries Take More State Fair Awards Frederick Couflty 4-H . club three.W^ribboiB In the Breed- members took honors in the fin* al fudging events as the largest state fair in Maryland history closed Monday. Frederick County youngsters captured the group award in the Holstein Breed Dairy Cattle division and the Beef Steers: Overall Champions category. George Nicholson Jr. won eight awards in the Milking Shorthorns Dairy Cattle division including Senior Champion and Grand Champion and the ribbon or 4-H Fitting and S h o w i n g Champion. Breed Champion honors in the Beef Steers: Aberdeen-An;us category went to Edward tiuebner with Gareth Harshman winning the award for Reserve Breed Champion. Susie Huebner won the ribbon for the Breed Champion in the Breeding Heifers: Aberdeen-Angus division after she had been awarded the blue ribbon in the Heifer Yearling judging in the same division while Charles Harshman captured second place. Douglas Van Sant dominated AT EASE -- Four-year-old Bobby Robinson of Bethesda, takes his ease in the shadow of a life-size model of a Triceratops dinosaur on the grounds of the Smithsonian Institution in tion in the County for any state or federal officer In other action the Council discussed the future water supply of the National Capital Region; received a progress report from Lewis T Roberts of the Park and Planning Commission on the planning item, and adopted a stronger ordinance dealing with storage and removal of garbage and refuse. Held over for later action were Plastics Firm Opening Plant Near Frederick AP Wirephoto Washington. The beast has been extinct for about 70 million years. The model was presented to the Smithsonian by an o;l company toi display. plant will be run on a 24-hour five-day week basis. Although secretarial help will be hired first, processing equip- Tient operators for skilled jobs pany. ,/ill be trainee ing Heifers: Shorthorn competition. The Cheviot Breed Sheep division was dominated by the brother-sister team of Kenda and Kevin Hall when they won eight of the eleven awards given in the category. Terie Clagett won the ribbon for the Champion Ewe and Ronnie Hoover had Champion Ewe the Reserve in the Hamp- the 4-H Sheep Suffolk Breed division by winning ribbons in seven of the eight categories including the award for t h e Champion Ewe and the Reserve Champion Ewe. John Delauder was named 4-H Fitting and Showing Champion in the 4-H Swine Mixed Breeds division. In other 4-H Swine categories, Joe Cooper won the award for the Reserve Champion shire Breed Sheep class. In the Shropshire Breed Sheep division, Timothy Beall won the prize for the Champion Ewe and Robin Beall was awarded the prize for the Reserve Champion Ewe. Fred and Douglas Lechlider won 15 of the top awards in the Duroc Breed Swine division with Douglas having the Champion Sow. Eddie Mayne won the award for the Champion Sow in the Chester White Breed Swine category. Youngsters from Carroll County gained their share of the limelight mainly in the individual showing competitions. Donna Bellinger was named 4-H Fitting and Showing Grand Sow in division and Harold Peterson captured the honor for the Reserve Cham- with the com- the Â»Â§?Â«? ^l*? 1 Harlow White of Annapolis, is | p i 0 n Sow in the Poland China A new plastics corporation is ,,j ce president for manufactur- Breed division, scheduled to begin production mg with Shenandoah. He is a near Frederick in November. mechanical engineering grad- items dealing with heighth re-1 The company, Shenandoah U ate of M.I.T. and brings 17 quirements for hospitals and ap- ! Hastics Corporation, will make j vears rubber and plastics ex" J 1 - J sheet perience to the firm. auto- The Frederick Chamber of smooth and embossed p'astics for the aircraft, pointments to the Housing Authority and the Board of Appeals. The Council also moved ahead with its plans to strengthen the conflict of interest law; chose, _ ,, ^ -John J. Shank, Inc to act as Business Properties on an in- tegic center of the anticipated Hay ward market area expected to extend motive, luggage and packing in- Commerce and the Maryland dustnes ' Department of Economic Deve- A 14,000 square foot building loprnent helped the industry lo- being built by Frederick cate in what is termed the stra- appraiser for properties in the tiustnal site along Emory Grove Urban Renewal Road, just north of Project; and approved the appointment of Alfred H Cartsr, Silver Spring, former County Va , is president of the new cor-1 ir Chicago. Frederick, to accommodate the concern Harold B Wright, McLean, from Tennessee and North Caro- Ima to Massachusetts. The nearest similiar plant is Attorney, to the $22,613 post of poration He has 16 of Shenandoah will manufacture Deputy County Attorney HELP WANTED Part Time--Preferably Retired Business Man For Inside Work HOME APPLIANCE ttNTER OPEN MON * FRI. TIL Â· P M. :lt North Market Street Phone UM472, Frederick Maryland Scientists Named To Top Posts BALTIMORE ( A P ) -- Maryland scientists have been elected to two of the top three posts of the American Institute of Biological Sciences. William D. McElroy, 50, chairman of the Department of Biology at Johns Hopkins University will become president of the organization next Jan. 1 Becoming secretary - treasurer at the same time will be Dr Robert W Krauss, 46. professor of plant pathology at the University of Maryland's College of Agriculture experience in the sheet plastics sheet material plastics to be jndustry A Michigan State sold to other companies produc- graduate, he was formerly with jng finished products. the U S Rubber Company, be- ____ fore starting his own company WngM said that about 18 people \\ill be hired before the County 4-H club members also made a strong showing in the final judgings at category Champion in the Beef Steers: Shorthorns and Beef Steers: Overall Champions divisions. Kristine Bellinger also won the award for being 4-H Fitting and Showing Breed Champion in the Beef Sceers: Aber- deen-iAngus category. The Overall Champion Poultry Demonstration award went to Marion Metcalfe and Susan Gorsuch for their "Eggstra! Eggstra " entry. Wyne Stiles won the honors of Senior Champion and G r a n d Champion in the Jersey Breed Dairy Cattle division while also winning five other ribbons in the SWIMS 50 MILES -- Paul Pitts, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Pitts, Middletown. is the first to complete the 50- Mile Swim and Stay Fit program at the Fort Detrick Pool. Long sponsored by the American Red Cross, the Swim and Stay Fit program requires participants to start off by swimming three miles in one day. This can be done in 440 yard segments with rest periods in between. Then the swimmers are expected to gradually attain the ability to ^ fwim at least one mile with- cut stopping. The longest distance completed by the Pitts boy in one day was five miles. Besides Paul there are 40 other participants in the program at Fort Detrick, one of whom is Paul's father who is a photographer in the Technical Information Division at the post. The senior Pitts still had 12 miles to go at the time young Paul finished his 50 miles. Timonium with group efforts winning first place in the Jersey Dairy Cattle division, second place in the Guernsey Dairy Cattle category and third place in the Holstein Dairy Cattle class. Individual honors were headed by Barbara Whipp, who was named 4-H Fitting and Showing Champion in the Jersey Dairy Cattle division, and Kendra Hall who was chosen Fitting and Showing Champion in All Breeds Sheep category. 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