DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Kalman R. Hettleman, Secretary
William G. Sykes, Deputy Secretary
Luther W. Stames, Executive Assistant
Vacancy, Assistant Secretary for Administration
Geraldine Aronin, Assistant Secretary for Program Planning and Evaluation
Vacancy, Assistant Secretary for Program Coordination
Joel J. Rabin, Assistant Attorney General, Counsel to the Department of Human Resources
1100 N. Eutaw Street
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-5528
The Department of Human Resources was created in 1970 as the Department of Employment and
Social Services by Chapter 96, Acts of 1970. The Department adopted its present name in 1975 (Chap-
ter 382, Acts of 1975).
The Department of Human Resources consists of the following component agencies: the Employ-
ment Security Administration, the Social Services Administration, the Maryland Office of Economic
Opportunity, and the State Manpower Planning Office (Code 1957, Art. 41, sees. 205-205F).
Frank 0. Heintz, Executive Director
Henry P. Hammann, Assistant Executive Director
1100 N. Eutaw Street
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-5600
The Employment Security Administration
administers the Unemployment Insurance Pro-
gram, the Employment Service, and the Work
Incentive Program for Maryland. The Agency is
headed by an Executive Director appointed by
the Secretary of Human Resources and serves at
his pleasure. Originally established by Chapter
314, Acts of 1937, the Administration adopted its
present name by Chapter 96, Acts of 1970 (Code
1957, Art. 95A, and Art. 41, sec. 205F).
The programs of the Employment Security Ad-
ministration must be administered in accordance
with the Federal Unemployment Tax Act, the So-
cial Security Act, and regulations promulgated by
the U. S. Departments of Labor and Health, Ed-
ucation, and Welfare. All the administrative costs
of the Unemployment Insurance and Employ-
ment Service Programs and 90 percent of the
costs of the Work Incentive Program are financed
by the federal government.
Representing the Public: Harold 0. Johnson,
Chairperson, 1982; Homer E. Favor, 1981;
Phyllis G. McCardeU, 1983.
Representing the Employer: Raymond V.
Haysbert, Sr. 1979; William K. Weaver, 1981;
Edward J. McNeal, 1983.
Representing the Employee: John G. Lesnick,
1979; Edward Lanen, 1981; Albert J. Mattes,
The Secretary of the Department of Human
Resources appoints a State Advisory Council,
consisting of an equal number of repre-
sentatives from the public, the employer, and
the employee. The Council aids the Executive
Director in formulating policies and discusses
with him problems that arise in the adminis-
tration of the law to insure impartial solutions
of such problems (Code 1957, Art. 95A, sec.
BOARD OF APPEALS
John J. Kent, Si.,Chairpeiwn, 1981
Morton C. Pollack, 1979; Henry G. Spector,