Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1948 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 7, 1948
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBHRhANI), Ml)., TUESDAY. DI'JCEMBER 7, .TIMS ,'hone -1(500 for a WANT AD Taker State Agencies To 'RV X.^ \S <*\ By 1VIIITNKY SHOEMAKER ANNAPOLIS, Md.— (f?t— J[ every nie I institutions want Tor capital improvements — new buildings, modernization and so forth. This money would be raised by bond issues. state agency sot all the money it's asking ior, Maryland would spend something like 8145,000.000 of her] Budget Bureau officials estimate taxpayers' money in the 1950 fiscal 1 '" 0 '' wh en all state offices have year. " i submitted their requests for general That fair-to-middlins; sum does i Blinds, the total will be close to not include what the cities a-nt! i 485,500,000. It's almost that now. counties pay for their own upkeep., The Bureau of Revenue Esti- . . lpp] . 0 .p r i., t i oniS r . cll arai:.v mus 5 01 1,1V.: , ' „ , .... _.. „.,,, ,.„ , Nor docs it take into account almost $14,000,000 expected from the federal Rovernment for buildin mates' latest guess is that special fund revenues from sources within the stale—earmarked for operating roads, helping: people on relief and'expenses— will amount to almost other purposes. '$50,000,000. And i: excludes anywhere .from i Add together the precise ; - S30,000,000 to $50,000,000 which stale!mates and you have a budget for pro calling General Assembly. In other words. unless budget requests are trhmr.ccl, the Free State budget for one fiscal j-car. 1D50. would be G7 per cent of i bet. It would bo be reduced, but at rhe same ;ime if tuberculosis samtoria deserve moiv than they received year and! tures ficcordingly. of revenue will diR up in i ! - Kft - lo legislature General Assembly must assent be-1 sessions." next year and plan' cxpendi-! What happens then is up to tin 'ore the budget becomes law. i legislator?. They may reduce ap-| die official \vho has been on Uie Ihe University of Maryland less. budgets ' a'so comc unc jerl propriations recommended, taut can^ " them. Neither carj i- cent ' T'-er Vi'e Bud'.e7D'' -'"urc '-01, executive scnitinv and must be not increase them. Neither ' cd for ito^'ori ; m earliei ^ tcchnic^s: r'-nri.eci in line will, admin.slraliun | ilipy lay .1 hand on the cur 1 :jiside of fiscal affairs for years he recalls "r.o reft! budget rren i fight." If coated with soapstone 'ccfcre being put on, a cylinder-head gasket will not stick when the occasion arises for removal. per ecnt greater than the two-year budget adopted :n 1043. There is little chance for thai, to happen. Budget requests are in for .more than a trimming. Governor Lane has promised they'll be attacked with a -'double-bitted axe." In Driver's Scat He is in the drivtr's seat, too. lor sc-ivcn all requests :n Ii«ht of the; policy. In IM7. the novornor and. state's ability' to ;jny 'how much 1 Wi" commission pressed lor and. revenue is antk-ipaU'd) and Uie;'" )L a » ll "»V ^ r " ;L in th <: K:i>nlini:. supposed need for each uppropria-i l:l -' ; . bc-musc Hinds anticipated iron: i The theory is to prepare a budget: which the governor will approve, ,' Most of the wrangling is overj general lunds. arc rawed by! i;eneral imposts, sucii as Ihe sah'si r.nd income taxes. Whatever th'jyi HOLIDAY DRINKS TASTE BETTER if '""$j Maryland fashions its budgets under! brine ir. is spread unions nisU- XS> the "executive" plan. This Gives lution.s anci agenc:es r.o meet pay- S^ the governor the most, if not the ] '° ;l s and operating expenses. 3v linal. say about; how much cash to Special funds arc different. They 5&! spend each year. ' fl ow into the treasury through «Ti The constitution provides for the specific taxes for specific purposes. I 11 •: executive system, which an authority or. such matters explains is the most popular in Ihe United States. To do the groundwork for such a gigantic project, Maryland furnishes its governors with the Department ££1 of Budget and Procuremeir... -.v5; Each state agency goes over ius '^i needs, decides how much money it; jij'' wants and submits a request to the; •55 i Eudijer, Department. At that poir.t. Xfeii Director James G. Rennie, Jr.mes P.! S< i Slichcr. chief of the Budget Bureau,; 5vl and their lieutenants prepare tables ;3R. comparing the amount sought with; §*' what has been appropriated and j »5j actually spent lor the same fune-, ^fej tions iii years ; ^i But by this time of year they I: •?5 are making more frequent trips to|> Storage Warehouse 23 Howard St. Private Railroad Siding Phone 3258 ! 1/2 !&• cake ]IL®M.<sJP 3 ?, cake €B) V s * 5 \k> cake I 'A P u.y CARTER JANE PAEKt?B Cffierry Pies when you switch to smoother Calvert Reserve ;| ". . . the choicest vou You needn't- spend a small fortune either! We have a wonderful selection of supplies for your favorite artist—and they're low-priced! Choose now! LEMON -- PiES Li' CAKTEIl CHOCOLATES lb. tin gift package can give or serve. Facilities Kur Household Goorts or Mcrcliamlisc CALVERT R3SERVE Elcr.dcd Whiskey roof-USvi Neutral (spirits.' Calvert Disti;icrt Corp., New York Ciiy 1IOLS.Y CARTER CHOCOLATES o lb. tin gift 6$. 5 I1O1.LV CARTER GIIUMBACHEK OIL PftINT SET 3,50 CKUIVJBACHUK OIL PSIKT SET 4=75 T^-I" box— with :a t'-ibCb of oil p:\mi . n;.ci'd oi!. lurpcnlinc uncl 1 box — uuh i: medium tubes of puir.i. ]m- nil, turpPiiLinr. U. S. NO. t PENNA. We also carry Grumbacher Water Color sets up to $6.75, as well as a complele line of palettes, The Store Of -s Choice — Where Jt's Easy To Buy easels, canvas boards and sketch pads. IIA.'IUIEB STERLSNG UEAOV TO EAT ELINGSETS READY TO EAT N OW 2.49 An ideal sift for the Ijudclinpr sculptor. Tl\- .set includes colored plastic clay and forms — as well as complete instructions. —and the greatest selection in years is ready for you ! 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