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Director, Fiscal Research Bureau. We will
continue, we hope, on our educational prob-
lems tomorrow and Friday, hoping that we
can complete this. If not, we will definitely
complete our testimonial sermons on Mon-
day. Thank you very much.
THE PRESIDENT: Delegate Gallagher?
dent, the Committee on the Legislative
Branch will meet this afternoon at 3:00
P.M. to hear the Honorable J. Glenn Beall,
Jr., the Minority Leader of the House and
J Mr. Howard E. Denniss, President of the
Young Republicans. I would urge all the
members to be present because there is one
other important matter we would like to
take up at 3:00 P.M. Thank you.
THE PRESIDENT: Delegate Mudd?
DELEGATE MUDD: Mr. President, the
Committee on the Judicial Branch will
meet again this afternoon at 3:00 P.M., at
which time we will have the privilege of
hearing from Chief Judge Thomas J. Cur-
ley, and Associate Judge, Robert Heise of
the People's Court of Anne Arundel County.
Tomorrow morning we resume hearings
at 10:00 A.M., at which time we will con-
sider Delegate Proposals No. 169 and 170
by Delegates Bennett and Beachley. At
11:00 A.M. we will consider Delegate Pro-
posal No. 115 by Delegate Fornos; and at
12:00 noon we have the privilege of hearing
from Judge Wilson K. Barnes of the Court
of Appeals. Thank you.
THE PRESIDENT: Delegate Moser?
DELEGATE MOSER; Mr. President, the
Committee on Local Government will meet
tomorrow morning at 9:30 A.M. and will
then hear from Mayor Roger Moyer of
Annapolis and other witnesses.
THE PRESIDENT: Delegate Kiefer?
the Committee on Personal Rights and the
Preamble will meet immediately after this
meeting to hear from Professor Tomlinson
of the University of Maryland. Tomorrow
morning at 10:00 A.M. we have with us
Mr. LeRoy Clarke of New York City, an-
other constitutional lawyer who will speak
to us on the area of due process and equal
Mr. President, I want to take this oppor-
tunity to apologize to those delegates who
came over to our committee hearing yester-
day afternoon prepared to testify or speak
on behalf of the various proposals. I know
Delegate White and Delegate Borom and
Delegate Chabot were there. There may
have been others. We ran into a problem.
Some delegates were unable to speak. We
had intended the delegates to speak first
and then Mr. Mazer who came from Balti-
more City to follow up. However, after he
arrived, it was learned he had to be back
to Baltimore for a hearing of his Commis-
sion, and because he had been invited by
members of our Committee especially to
come down, we were in a jam. I want to
assure every delegate that even though we
have eighty-eight proposals before this
Committee, we want all delegates to feel
that they have an opportunity to come and
tell us what they have on their minds with
respect to their proposals. If we get. into a
jam, you will just have to bear with us.
Everyone knows the limited amount of time
we have, but we do want you to know, we
want to be patient, understanding and give
everybody a full opportunity to be heard.
So if you get inadvertently overlooked,
please contact us.
THE PRESIDENT: Are there any fur-
ther announcements by committee chair-
men? Delegate Fornos?
last June most of us spent three very
lovely and enjoyable days at Goucher Col-
lege, and I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to recognize the presence of forty
young ladies from that institution in the
galleries, and I hope they have as informa-
tive a time as we had at their institution
with us.
THE PRESIDENT: Are there any fur-
ther announcements? Any delegates present
who were not present at roll call who desire
to indicate their presence? Delegate Sybert?
I would like to record my presence.
THE PRESIDENT: You have been re-
corded. Are there any other delegates who
desire to record their presence?
(There was no response.)
If not, the Chair recognizes Delegate
I move we adjourn until 2:00 P.M. to-
THE CHAIRMAN: All those in favor,
signify by saying Aye; contrary, No. The
Ayes have it. It is so ordered.
(Whereupon, at 2:25 P.M., the Convention
was adjourned to reconvene at 2:00 P.M. on
Thursday, October 5, 1967.)

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