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Maryland Manual, 1967-68
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The Governor and the President of the Senate jointly appointed the
members of this Committee at the request of the General Assembly.
The Committee consists of nine members who are to study the main-
tenance needs of the State Roads Commission and the source and
amount of revenue that comprises the Commission's Maintenance
Fund and to report its findings and recommendations to the Legisla-
tive Council at a later date (Res. 20, Acts of 1967).
Chairman: Clarence W. Miles
Charles S. Garland, Robert B. Hobbs, Stanford Hoff,
Thomas L. Karsten.
Robert H. Burkart, Administrative Director
Court of Appeals Building, Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 268-3126
The Governor appointed this special committee in 1967 to study
gambling operations in Maryland and to make policy recommendations
to the 1968 General Assembly. The Committee is to explore horse
racing, slot machine and pinball operations, proposals for a State-
operated lottery, the numbers racket and other forms of gambling
that have been under public discussion. The Committee will also study
what forms of gambling should be lawful, and how it should be con-
trolled, the use of revenues from lawful gambling such as horse
racing, and the elimination of organized illegal gambling.
Chairman: Joseph H. Manning
H. C. Byrd, Edward T. Hall, Dick Lore, Frederick C. Malkus,
Jr„ John-Clarence North, J. Frank Raley, Jr„ Lloyd L. Simpkins.
Department of Chesapeake Bay Affairs, Annapolis 21404
The Governor appointed this special committee in 1964 to study
the pollution of oyster bars in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.
The Committee is to work with public health officials in order to bring
about a prompt solution to the problems of these affected areas so
that they might be reopened as soon as possible. The Committee con-
sists of representatives of the Executive Department, industry, and
the State Senators of St. Mary's, Talbot, Calvert, and Dorchester
counties. The Committee is continuing its studies and will report from
time to time.
Chairman; Louis L. Goldstein
Members representing the State government: John A. Luetke-
meyer, James J. O'Donnell, James P. Slicher, Albert W. Ward.
Members from outside the State government: Robert Hobbs,
Milton S. Schiller, LeRoy Wilbur.
State Treasury Building, Annapolis 21404
The Governor originally appointed this Committee in 1961 upon
the recommendation of the State Planning Department to study and
review the State debt and other important matters of fiscal policy.

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