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Proceedings and Debates of the 1967 Constitutional Convention
Volume 104, Volume 1, Debates 203   View pdf image (33K)
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[Oct 4] DEBATES 203
READING CLERK: The Committee on
Public Information: Chairman, William B.
Dulany; Delegates Murray Abramson,
Harry Bard, Perry E. Darby, Werner For-
nos, C. William Gilchrist, John R. Har-
grove, E. Ralph Hostetter, James P. Glea-
son, Juanita Jackson Mitchell, J. Frank
Raley, Jr., Frank C. Robey, Jr., Marvin H.
Smith, Stanley Sollins and Ronald Willoner.
THE PRESIDENT: I have no further
announcements. Are there any announce-
ments by committee chairmen? Delegate
I believe the Seventh Report of the Com-
mittee on Rules is on the desk of the Clerk,
and I would like to have it accepted and
referred to the proper committee at this
time. I do not believe it has ever been read
across the Clerk's desk.
THE PRESIDENT: Which report is
report, dated October 4, Mr. President.
THE PRESIDENT: The seventh report
is the one that was distributed today. It
was on the Calendar and was stricken. I
will ask the Clerk to read the report.
READING CLERK: The Seventh Report
of the Committee on Rules, Credentials and
Convention Budget, October 4, 1967. The
Committee on Rules has considered Motion
No. 2, introduced by Delegates Johnson and
THE PRESIDENT: The Chair recog-
nizes Delegate Scanlan.
further reading of the Seventh Report be
dispensed with and the report be considered
as having been read.
THE PRESIDENT: Is there a second?
(The motion was duly seconded.)
THE PRESIDENT: The question arises
on the motion to consider so much of the
report as the reading of the entire report.
All those in favor, signify by saying Aye;
contrary, No. The Ayes have it. It is so
The report is referred to the Committee
on Calendar and Agenda.
Are there any announcements by com-
mittee chairmen? Delegate Morgan?
the Committee on the Executive Branch
will meet tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock.
We are going to have hearings on the
earlier delegate proposals.
Delegate Armor, his Proposal No. 168;
Joseph P. Murphy who joined with Mr.
Vecera on 168; Delegate Byrnes, on Pro-
posals No. 59 and 217, and Delegate Henry
Boyles, on his Proposal No. 165.
If we cannot complete those tomorrow,
we will carry them over. That will be
either the next day or some day next week.
THE PRESIDENT: Are there any fur-
ther announcements? Delegate Koss?
DELEGATE KOSS: Mr. President, the
Committee on Suffrage and Elections will
hold a Committee meeting tomorrow morn-
ing at 10:00 A.M., and Friday at 9:30 A.M.
I would like to announce that Senator
Brewster, who was scheduled to appear this
morning, was unable to because of a cru-
cial vote in the Senate. We rescheduled him
for 9:30 A.M. tomorrow morning. I would
like at this point also to announce that the
Committee will meet at 1:00 P.M. on Mon-
day. I would like to urge all the delegates
who have introduced proposals that have
been referred to our Committee please to
respond to the invitation we issued for you
to come and discuss your proposals with us.
Thank you.
THE PRESIDENT: Are there any fur-
ther announcements by committee chair-
men? Delegate Boyer?
DELEGATE BOYER: Mr. President, I
am very happy to report that the Commit-
tee on General Provisions is making great
progress in its deliberations on education,
and that we will today complete deliberat-
ing on the phase of higher education. This
afternoon, we will hear from Miss Jean
Shannon of Prince George's County; also
from Dr. Wesley Dorn and Delegate Ed
Cook, who are experts in the field of edu-
cation. After that we will hear from Dr.
Lincoln Gordon, President of Johns Hop-
kins University.
This evening at 7:00 P.M. we will start
again. We will hear Dr. Alien Ostar, Exec-
utive Director of the National Association
of State Colleges and Universities; and
after that, Dr. Russell Thackrey, who is
the Executive Director of the National As-
sociation of State Universities and Land
Grant Colleges.
Tomorrow morning, we will start on the
phase of fiscal matters in the thorny thicket
of education, and at that time, we will hear
from Mr. Adam Uhl, who is the Chief of
the Purchasing Bureau; Dr. Paul Cooper,

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