Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 27, 1952 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, February 27, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD* ' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1952 THBEE Official Opposes Insignia On State-Owned Automobiles ANNAPOLIS ~ Marking State- owned passenger cars with a distinctive insignia 1 is opposed by Nathan L, Smith, director of Public Works, because it would subject State employes to "questioning and criticism by 'taxpayers.'" Smith put quotation marks aroond "taxpayers" when he stated his ob- the violation of the prevailing owned car after regular working j 0 e( j Qji na X o Buy Huge directives," the public works direc- hours," he said, tor recommended. j "The operator roust then produce Smith said he had seat question- j a written permission from his de- Ceylonese Rubber Supply COLOMBO. Ceylon — tfP) — C?om- naires to rCCCl VCd the other 47 states and partment head authorising his usejtnunist China will be the biggest of the car out of regular working i buyer of Ceylonese rubber, accord- day in the Legislature requiring all Only four states of the 41 have j hours. In case of no authorization, ing to trade circles here. «j._t_ _ i_ t__ _t_:_!•„. *«.•,,J + ji * _* ;!„.,,)«„„ *(«« A« it-ioiv ! f-WiQ amnlnirn to rffTWfJVl ff>F dlsCID" ThlS V1CW IS C3-S'SU OI State cars to be plainly marked to no form of identification on their the employe is reported for discip- indicate they are for "official use | passenger cars. Seven use identify- [Unary action." only." "That way, when anybody spots ing registration plates. Six use j All State department heads This view is based on Peiping's recent purchases in Ceylon of this 'seemi strategic material. The Russian identifyngnsignia in the form of convinced" that the privilege to "Nikolaev," now in Colombo one of these cars at Laurel some decalcomania, or paint, and 24 use state cars for official business is i harbor, is expected to carry 2,000 afternoon or at Ocean City over.the week end, he'll know there's some-1 thing illegal going on," said Senator j jections to marking the State's 930 Phoebus. passenger cars in a report to Gov- ' Special Tags Urged uscu iuf mvcailKtiul ernor McKeldin made public here Smith suggested in his report that I shaU be un i dentified ; today. j the cars be issued a definite series j Mr gmith said that both registration plates and signia. " Smith said it was common practice in all states that "cars to be used for investigational purposes degree,; tons of rubber to Chinese ports. if "We do not look with favor on the insignia plan," said Mr. Smith. "Employes using cars so marked are often delayed and subjected to questioning and criticism by 'taxpayers' on matters over which they have no jurisdiction merely because of license plate numbers by the; cars were left unmarked Department or Motor Vehicles' known to the department heads and the State police. "We feel that if a definite series of numbers can be set aside for certain because investigators, j they were used by "charges' of favoritism may result"] j against the official making the defi ~ ' nition of an investigator. He gdded State-owned cars and no registra- , d epreciated their vame . marklng the cars and by appropriate action control j sponsibility for stopping any State- the car identifies them as repre- HUH PJQI.CO ui nno o c »...o ~,.,—~ .-, W i-i*»p_ permit *j>nuirrd •entatives of the government." any political subdivision, the de-l Written Permit xeqmrea Private Us, Allied partment heads, State police or any i "A few states which clearly iden- rrivate Use Alleged | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ u$e ify state . owned cars g ive the State Governor ^McKeldin had asked | car£ , by employes can identify them I police or highway patrol the re- hlm last October to make a study - : • • -=-- — ^i--— of the use of State-owned passenger cars following complaints that many State-owned cars were being used for private purposes by individuals •who kept themat home and fueled them at State wcpense. Senator Harry T. Phoebus (R., Somerset) Introduced a bill Mon- PARTY FAVORS Post Card Shop 25 N. 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