The Capital from Annapolis, Maryland on December 6, 1972 · Page 7
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The Capital from Annapolis, Maryland · Page 7

Annapolis, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 6, 1972
Page 7
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Ideal »o tafce along to slumber parties and extra bedding wfoen friends steep over. Polyester ifiUed. Wu'lli- cotor cciton cover, sizes 68*80". BMTTS - PAROLE PLAZA - *T. 2 Off IT. 50 - ANNAPOLIS, MO. »/., »r. 6, 1972 7 Demo head no concern of Wallace MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- An aide to Gov. George C. Wallace says if Wallace attends the Democratic National Committee meeting in Washington this Saturday, his primary objective won't be to oust Jean Westwood as party chairman. Mickey Griffin, who has manned a Wallace office in Washington in preparation for the committee meeting, said Monday Wallace is more interested in obtaining spots for some pro-Wallace members of the Democratic National Committee on major committees. In a letter mailed from Montgomery Monday, Wallace urged the committee to put aside political differences and work to reflect the common thoughts of average citizens. "We, too, must change the reform rules so that we can have nominees that are not the product of reform clauses, but spokesmen for the thinking of the people," Wallace said. State job violations [charged BALTIMORE (AP)-The J Maryland Classified Employes I Association has appealed to I Gov. Marvin Mantel and the ·General Assembly to curb what lit called widespread evasion of |the state classified service. Edward Johns, executive di- I rector of the association, said a I number of the cabinet-level sec- Iretaries are going outside the I merit system to hire employes I who are not really engaged in I policy making or other high| level duties. "This is a dangerous trend," I Johns said. "We want the General Assembly to look at the j problem and, if necessary, I enact legislation to guarantee a [strong, effective merit sys- I tern." Johns threatened court action I if the governor and the legislature don't take steps to curb the abuses. , '. Under Maryland law, most state employes are covered by the merit system and. to be hired, must take a competitive examination and finish in the | top five. Johns said since the reorganization of state government into major departments, evasion of | the classified system has increased with secretaries creating more and more non-classified jobs. "What is going on is not in the best interests of the taxpayers of the state," he believe the cost of government has gone up and has not gone down." State lottery chief named BALTIMORE (AP)-Tne head of Maryland's new lottery administration wfll be James P. Sicber, Gov. Handel's top budget advisor. The Baltimore Sun reported today. Slkber, O, now secretary of budget and fiscal planning, a position that has made him one of the most powerful men in state government Although an aide to the governor refused to confirm the report he did admit Sicner was under consideration for the job. 4 from Deale at CAP workshop Richard APxecbt, wUham Franklin, and Frederick and Germaine Harlow from the Civil Air Patrol Sandra to Deale attended a CAP workshop held recently at Ft Ritchie. The workshop coo- sisted of seminars in command, operation, commuiication, traiaiag, administration, efc, jjjj*j TT3S JtfJpiTiteu trr *99 CAP members from tbroofboat Maryland. $237 million for city schools BALTIMORE (APMXy. school soperintendant Dr. Ro- landPattersonha»recCTiiniead- ed a $237 mSbon school bodfet for W7JW4. That figare is f IS mute n?nre than the system sought last year and D6 m2B0n mor». 6ian it msivad. Patterson said a* proposal fe an uttoapl "lo recaptue and carry forward the services we

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