Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1948 · Page 7
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Phone 4600 for a WANT All Taker EVENING TIMKS, MD.. WRDfsMSSDA Y, DKCKMKER S. SEVEN Wiffiamsbm-gMau Maryland Budget Cuts Pose Named Plant Head ,^ , 7 r r-v rrobiem r or Uepartmenls W.Va. Pulp, Paper Fit-Ill iVl'lli<"i C lllinjll.lkts r's Null-: Tlilr. IB III- l»r.l. nf WllllumsburK. PH.—Mclvln L. Me-! Crcary, who began hi-s career with] the company 12 years ago as u ciie.liist, IIA.^ been named manager of the Wllliamsburg. PH., plant, of By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER Associated Press SUIT Writer ANNAPOLIS — W) — Exactly _how much Covenior Lane and his fiscal ESS T^as P ±—^ ^V'Tl'TUS #5 David' r: LUKC, Jr., president ofj — ^ml^Sshis thc company. ', , , .,.,,„„ >„ n, 0 i~ ™i n~-1 promotion follows budKcl mcssa E c ln lllc Gcnci.U u.-U reserve to fill thc sap when Wtilar appropriations pruvc insul'- i icieiit, Auulhcr type of cnpitiil improve- -.ic.'H accomplished wholly outside he budget is a sclf-liquidrtling pro- Cul 1 .. '.I'he bridge planned for Clie.'ia- KMilir Bay l.s IL prinii- I'.Minipif. II, vll: bo built with nioney borrowed 1 '-Maryland's obligation to school! i u bonds, which will be liquidated and hospitals shows up vividly in it.-. | ;y the coins motorists ring 1 into the i capital, improvements program. Thi,-:j .oil boxes. giant financial undertaking 1m only! Cost of thc bay bridge Is H symp- a partial kinship to thc budget. i '.am of Uic effect business concli- It involves bond issues !,o pay for | .ions, the health of l.hc general jroiicl.-; iijic up the liirneit .'ilicf: special new buildings, equip them, modernize- existing stiiicturcs and buy 3nnd rnonomy. have on stale financCK. inflation him KOVcrnnicns treasuries more than a year's service as assistant manager of thc Williams- burs plant. In his new position he succeeds H. Drew Stroup. formerly assistant manager at Uic Luke. Md., Assembly next month. Most of lhc requests lor general funds already have been submitted. Budget officials estimate they will finally total some $85,500,000. plant, who recently resigned as . Added to special funds anticipated plant manager after nearly five years' sen-ice in that capacity. Mr. Stroup will continue with thc company as a consultant. The new plant manager is a native of Blair county and a lifelong resident of central Pennsylvania. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McCreary, he was born in East Freedom. He attended thc public schools of Port Royal, graduating from high school in 1931. He was granted a B. S. degree in chemistry from Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pa., in 1935. He became associated with thc paper company shortly after his graduation from 'Juniata, starling as a, chemist in the fall of 1935. In 1937 lie was named assistant superintendent of the pulp mill and in 1941 was promoted to chief chemist. In February, 1946. McCreary became technical assitant to the mill manager and in October. 3947, was named assistant mill manager. in thc fiscal year beginning next July 1, tliis -would mean a 1050 budget of about $145,000.000. a good 340.000,000 more than thc legislature approved for a two-year budget in 1943. The governor has made it plain those bids for appropriations will not go unscathed. He and the state's top fiscal authorities arc whittling away at them now. This is thc situation: W. Irvin Young, chief of thc Bureau of Revenue Estimates, says thc anything from an experimental j is well as a housewife's clipboard | farm lo an athletic fieid. | jar with thc weekly food allow- The Legislature m- ,1 approve all | .mccs. capital fund appropriations. When j When proposed, the bridge was it docs so, thc money is loaned by investment houses and banks, which buy slate bonds. These are paid off over a period of years with receipts from the - real estate tax, now 10 cents per $100 valuation. A penny on the Maryland tax rate, incidentally, is worth about $350,000. The budget dcparlincnl reporls lhac capital fund applications already lotal some S3fi,000,ODO for the next two years. Requests were submitted under the old biennial system, and the new department of Public Improvements is now quizzing state institutions to sec how much thcv war.t for 1950 alone. ligiirctl to be a 529,1)00,000 construction Job. When bond.s were issued this full, the anticipated bill had jumped to S37.500.000. Pay raises for stale employes, ap- I proved by l.h<: Cifi'iCi'al Assembly In ' ;L .^pt:i;inl .si v :i.siun In.^t Mny. lire an- iotlHT indication of the way .stiiie ,'expenses keep iip wilii the tlir.cs. These comparisons give an idea, iof how long a li:'c Maryland clopc- stcr.s sec for today's prosperity: For fiscal I MO, they predict general fund receipts of $72.861,879; jspreinl funds, S53.406.773. For fiscal IfMS, actual general fund receipts wire S'lS.GSO.'JHO; special funds, S52.t394,110. Disburse- jmcnts ir.ot counting nearly 319.000,- JOOO in federal, loan and trust funds- |nor paper transfers) totaled $109.! 927,707. | By the ci:d of next month, Ihc I General Assembly will learn how I much the iidministnitjon proposes to spend of 1950 income. By tin: riiifl of Murch, the lun'makers will I huvc )jii.vicd Oil the budget. Tht'y may also vote themselves a, more active role in drawing tip the: [next one. Delegate Charles M. Ban-I iclicrc (D-BaJto Sth.i thinks "select-, .'cd" legislators should sit in when' • the budget is prepared. Tills would' 'give the entire assembly "a more j • correct understanding of the rnany| budget items," Bandicre says. j ! His colleagues must decide whc-j j thcr they want to do so in the! I fillurc. Diiijjlc Traffic Liplil To Undergo .Repairs The truffle light at Dir.glc Circle, which Commissioner Willium H. BnchholU branded a.s a "dancer In school children" Monday, will be improved, Commisbioncr of Police ai:;l Fire William V. Kcegan said lodny. The iiutomatic lisht Is operated by tile Potornnc Edi.scii Company under s contract with the city. Jl has gone out of operation .several times. Following a conference with Henry W. Price, district PE manager, Kccgan said arrangements have been made wit:. R. E. Hoclzer to make the necessary adjustments. Hoclzer was formerly employed by Lhc Automatic Signal Company, which owns the light, as a part-time maintenance iniui. He helped ir.- utnll the sisnnl. When war cut.on 1 utplocsi supplies from Java, new supply sources were opened up in South America. SOFT, SMOOTH ness, kctp pkin wjft with fraKr;,nt. scirnlifica.'ly mcdicattd CUTJCURA Soapand Ointmtni. Buy at your druggist today! ladle off a substantial part of the $25,000,000 treasury' surplus anticipated by next June 30. Director James C. Hcnuic of the Budget and Procurement Depart- venue smaes, says e $12.255,000 was approved now is that general fund ^- ]awnlak . e - rs fw 1M8wand lg49 . a uvely new lill , comnli . s . si on. also wields a knife in thoi capital improvements pic. Its job Is to look into thc future, judse| what is best in the long run and best revenues—from the sales, income.. . .., liquor and other taxes—will be about ' _' , f ),r $72,BG5,000 in the 3D50 fiscal year. •'-^•"•J- ""• dcparlments have asked for $13,000,000 above that sum. To meet all requests, thc stale would have to MeCrearv is a member "of' the mcnt recalls that two years ago just ; 1 Williamsburg Lions Club, a trustee of the \yllllanisburp Presbyter- before Lane began his first tcnn,| Maryland was confronted with general fund requests totaling almost assign a priority to such proposals!;, as a seafood laboratory at Cris-|ri field or a bnysidc park at Sandy !J£ Point. ft Thc governor and Legislature may ; i .cccpl or reject lhc planning com ian Church, aud a member of thc American Chemical Society and thc 5lOj,000,000. Technical Association of thc Pulpj,, 3 ^ u ; csc we ™J or and Paper Industry. ' " " Mrs. McCreary is the former Carolyn Book of Port Royal. The McCreary have two children. Matilda Belle, aged six, nnd Mclvln Lcroy, Jr.. aged four and a half years. Stroup had served as manager of the Wllllamsburg plant since ]943. For almost 14 years he was assistant manager at the Luke, Tyrone and Wllliiimsburg plants. For many years his father, the late John B. Etroup', wks superintendent of thc company's plants at Tyrone and Willlamsburg. CrcsapLovii Volunteer Firemen Select Neal Thomas Neat has been elected president of the Cresaptown Volunteer Fire Company. the fiscal years 1943 and 1049. Since thc voters approved last month a constitutional amendment calling for annual sessions of thc General Assembly, the new budget will be only for one year. Thc J04C-48 requests went throufili the same mill that is now grading 1D50 requests. When they emerged, Lhc governor proposed a budget appropriating $91,055,500 in ccneral funds. When the General Assembly paeks up and goes home, the Board of Public Works takes hold of thc purse strings, awards contracts and keeps an eye on how the money is spenl. Thc board also controls thc general emergency fund, a $1500,000 an- v-V- How Dridwards Helps ;? Constipated Folks! s. Thc departments had been! For years Dr. Edwards relieved n r,nr rcnl patients bothered by constinaticm cut 10 per cenl. iij ju JJLI ^uiii.. • i_ i_ - r TS •ti i — That was before the sales lax. I withi his famous Dr. lidwards' 01 After thc Legislature adopted that levy. Uius assuring new millions in cash, general fund appropriations j were liiked to $121,205,000. Two spe- i cial sessions later saw the total rise i 5125,500,000. Most of the increase was Tunneled public school system for better teachers' salaries. Other officers named at last Yeal . ln aTld outi Sclloo i 5 are the night's TOeeUng are Oral Nicholas, mos; . aVid consumcrs O f general •vice-president; William C. Scott. Il:nds _ 3n 19 4 8 for example. 29.58 treasurer; Bernard Hlncs, recording nccretary; and D. A. Faulkner, fin- uncial secretary; Arthur Winters, re-elected chief; Vincent Dutton, drill sergeant; and Joseph Wenrich, j chairman. Francis Nicholas, Gerald j Walsh, Lcroy McKcnzic and Samuel | Brown, board of truslecs. 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