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Maryland Manual, 1977-78
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ACT OF 1965
David S. Rosenberg, Title 1 Administrator
Maryland State Board for Higher Education,
Title 1 HEA Programs,
93 Main Street,
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 269-3961
The Governor designated the State Board
for Higher Education as the State Agency
for Title 1 Programs. Title 1 provides higher
education institutions in the State with op-
portunities for discretionary funding in the
areas of community service and continuing
education. The Segmental Advisory Com-
mittee to the State Board for Higher Educa-
tion functions as the advisory council to the
Title 1 program effort through the develop-
ment of a yearly amendment to the State
Plan for Programs in Title 1 Projects in
Community Service and Continuing Educa-
tion, as provided for by section 28 (E) to
Article 77A of the Annotated Code of
Maryland ("Higher Education".)
The State Agency for Title 1 conducts a
workshop on proposal writing in January.
The deadline for submission of letters-of-
intent to apply for Title 1 funding is usually
February 1 of each year.
Chairman: Henry G, Bosz, Secretary of]
R. Kenneth Barnes, Secretary of Budget and
Fiscal Planning; Robert Stephens, Presi-
dent, Maryland Classified Employees As-
sociation,' Melvin W. Fisher, President,
Maryland Public Employees Council 67,
American Federation of State, County,
and Municipal Employees; Doris P. Scott,
Austin Veale.
Leo E. Berger, Secretary
301 W. Preston Street,
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-4987
The Maryland State Employees Deferred
Compensation Plan was established by
Chapter 433, Acts of 1974. The Board

of Trustees was created by Executive Order
on August 15, 1974 and exercises the gen-
eral supervision over the Plan.
The Plan develops a deferred compensa-
tion plan for State employees which meets
the criteria for approval by the U.S. In-
ternal Revenue Service. The Plan allows
employees to set aside a portion of their
earnings into a tax-sheltered savings and
retirement program. Money invested is tax
free and basically allows employees to defer
present income for long-term savings to sup-
plement retirement and other benefits (Code
1957, 1970 Repl. Vol., 1975 Supp., Art.
73B, sees. 66-70).
William S. James, State Treasurer; Louis L.
Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury;
Francis B. Burch, Attorney General of
This Committee was created by Chapter
702, Acts of 1967. It consists of the State
Treasurer, the Comptroller of the Treasury,
and the Attorney General of Maryland or
their designated representatives. Its duty is
to set the type and the amount of the bonds
of all State officers and employees who are
required to be bonded. All others are to be
bonded with the type and the amount and
the term to be determined by the Commit-
tee. The Comptroller of the Treasury is to
keep a record of the bond, giving the name
of the officer or the employee for whom the
bond is issued, the name of the agency in
which the person bonded is employed, the
name of the agencies covered, the name of
the company issuing the bond, its amount,
date, time of expiration and certificates of
renewal (Code 1957, 1975 Repl. Vol., Art.
78A, sees. 46-50).
Marvin Mandel, Governor of Maryland;
Steny H. Hoyer. President of the Senate;
John Hanson Briscoe, Speaker of the
House of Delegates; Gen. Orwin C. Tal-
bott, Director, Maryland Historical Trust.
Non-voting associates: William Elder, Mrs.
Charles W. Williams.

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