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Maryland Manual, 1965-66
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Chairman: Harry D. Kaufman, 1967
Redmond C. S. Finney, 1966; Harry W. Hunter, 1966; Thomas
E. Kelly, 1966; George W. McLaren, 1966; Maureen R. Skinner,
1966; Douglas C. Turnbull, Jr., 1966; Cornelius F. Cronin,
1967; John H. Henderson, 1967; Jordan L. Harding, 1967;
Philip H. Lohrey, 1967; Stephen K. Padussis, 1967; James M.
Swartz, 1967; Thurston R.Adams, 1968; James F.Mutscheller,
1968; Clare J. O'Dwyer, 1968; Jack Scarbath, 1968; Franklin
D. Schurz, Jr., 1968; Agnes Taylor, 1968; Francis J. Connelly,
1969; Gerald H. Cooper, 1969; Robert C. Embry, 1969;
Herbert Goldstein, 1969; Talmadge L. Hill, 1969; Elmon L.
Vernier, 1969.
Hillis D. Hume, Executive Director
Kathleen J. Jaworski, Secretary
2100 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore 21218 Telephone: 837-9000
The Commission on Physical Fitness was created by Chapter 606,
Acts of 1963, to protect and improve the physical fitness of the resi-
dents of this State.
The Commission consists of twenty-five members, including a Chair-
man, all appointed by the Governor, because of their interest or expe-
rience in physical fitness for both youth and adults. The initial mem-
bers of the Commission were appointed as follows: six members were
appointed for one-year terms; six members for two-year terms; six
members for three-year terms; and six members and the Chairman
for four-year terms. As the term of each member expires, his suc-
cessor shall be appointed for a term of four years. The Commission
appoints the Executive Director who also serves as the Secretary of
the Commission.
The Commission maintains liaison with the State Department of
Education, the city and county Boards of Education, private and paro-
chial schools, and physical fitness commissions. It also disseminates
information about physical fitness, collects and assembles information
from other departments and agencies of the State, and employs such
personnel as necessary to carry out its functions. The funds for the
Commission may not exceed $25,000 in the annual budgets.
The Governor also appoints in each county and the City of Balti-
more a local Physical Fitness Commission, each to be composed of
from fifteen to twenty-five residents of the particular political sub-
division. The Governor designates the Chairman of each Commission
(Code 1957, 1965 Supp., Art. 41, sees. 319-325).
Appropriations 1965 1966
General Funds $22,000 $24,919
Staff: 2.
Chairman: John B. Rich, 1968
Vice Chairman: G. E. Wise, Jr„ 1968
Albin 0. Kuhn, 1966; Harold Tschudi, 1966; Howard F.
Kinnamon, M.D., 1967; Raebum Parker, 1968.
Executive Secretary: Allan F. Antisdel
301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 837-9000
The Maryland Hospital Commission, established by Chapter 138,
Acts of 1964, consists of seven members appointed by the Governor

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