Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 7, 1949 · Page 9
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-Rhone 4600 For a \VANT- AD Taker EVJEJSUNG TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.,. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1949 MINK County Legislators Receive Assignments To Committees Delegate Horace P. TVhitworth, Jr., Westernport. was again named v> the House of Delegates Ways and Means Committee at last ulght r s session of the General Assembly In Annapolis. Whitworth hea'cSs the • Alleganj- county-delegation and was ". oae ol five Republicans named to the Il-member group. . '-. ' Delegate William HvGeppart,. • city, was reappotated to the House • Judiciary Committee, while Delegate ICoft! Speir Cook,' Prostburg,. was nuned to that committee for the first time. .' They become wo of. the five Re• publicans named to the group wblcii also numbers 21 members. • TVhitworth reported that other • House conmittees arc expected- to be earned when the Legislature re- oonrenes'Mon<fc.y at 8 p. m. Meanwhile, the Associated Press ' ?eported that State Senator Robert B. Kimble.-wlyp'has been ienamed minority floor leader, was appointed last night -to the vollowing Senate committees: Rules, amendments to constitution; education, -elections, executive nominations, finance,, inspections, labor, national resources,. printed bills, anci roads and highways. :. Members of the county delegation received copies, of the'-proposed new city charter Wednesday night, Whitworth said. The SS-page document, recently drafted by the Cumberland Charter Commission, recommends home rule and city management. ' Whitworth said he. will request Chairman'Isaac Hirsch of the-charter grpup.to postpone the commission's "conference with the county, delegation until Saturday, January 29, at 2 p. m, at City Hall. Hirsch had- originally suggested Monday niehfc ?.s the date for the conference with'the delegation and State' Senator Robert B; Kinible. • Whitworth explained, however, that the delegation would like more fimc in which to study the proposed charter. He added that the Monday night conference would aJso conflict with the .night se.3sioa' at Annapolis. - Whitworth said the delegation' has received a request from John Estes, chairman of .the legislative committee of Celanese Local 1874, Textile Workers Union of America, for a conference 'on -general legislation of interest to the union. The delegation chairman said he will suggest next Thursday, January 13, at 10 a.'m. as the date for the meeting, -which would be held at the State House in Annapolis. Whitworth said he" plans to request Mayor Thomas' S. Post and the City Council to outline their official recommendations on legislation at a later time. ' plans 'for the .charter conference and Textile Workers meeting were among the subjects 'discussd at 'a caucus of the delegation prior to last night's session. • • • Other members or. the'delegation, | besides Whitworth," Gepperc and! Cook, are John 'i. Fey, Lester BJ Reed ar.a Charles M. See. All but Whitworth, who will return today, were en route home last night for the weekend. Centre Street Property Sale Completed Robert L. and Marie E. Davis have purchased the property at 160-162 North Centre Street from Roy R. and Anr.e L. Henley, according to a deed filed at the office of the Allegeny County Court Clerk. It has been used recently by the Peter Pan Cleaners. Davis said he plans' to open a display room and sales quarters for motion picture projectors, audio-radio equipment, and visual educational supplies. He has been in this business 'for \'l years. Tax stamps affixed to the deed show the property was transferred for a consideration of approximately $12.500. ' .. State Head Rhuematic Fever Group Outlines Organization .Dr. Francis Ft Schwentker, Bal- . timore pediatrician and head of the Maryland Rheumatic Fever and ,-Ieart Association, last, night outlined a program of- operation and organisation for the Allegany county group'. Dr. Schwentk'er is the chief pediatrician in charge of Harriett Lane House, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and explained that there is a growing nee_d for clinics and rheumatic fever associations throughout the state. Allegany county, . he disclosed, is the first outside of Baltimore city to make' any' kind of effort to meet the. problem and set up an .organization. He said the work here, as elsewhere should 'start with a clinic,, operated with or without the aid of the health department, according to whatever, plan beat meets the local situation. The second phase of the project, he said is one of education. This Involves the possible employment of a train-; ed woman to visit rheumatic fever patients (usually children under. 14.' in their homes ,and help parents set up recreational and educational programs. '• • •.-•'• 'The third phase, he explained, is to provide a.hospital, or a section in an existing hospital, or a home for convalescent care of children stricken, with rheumatic fever. Speaking on financing of the project, Dr. Schwentker said the American Heart Association, of which the Maryland' Association is an. affiliate, sponsors an annual fund campaign in February.. The drive tills year 'is set for .February 7 to '28. Man'land has a goal'of $100,000. Of this amount $50,000 has been allocated to Baltimore and the other half to the pounties, v The Allegany county group, he recommended, should affiliate with the state and national- associations, because of the' research-.clinical'ma- terial and other assistance provided. '.He outlined plans of operation in Baltimore and said that wnttc the program is only a little more .thun a year old, much progress' Is being made and much splendid work, .accomplished. • . The Allegany County. Association will meet next Wednesday ta toe City Hall -to adopt a constitution and. by-laws and elect" permanent officers to . replace , the • nre'sijat • temporary executive 1 group. ..„,. 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