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It will be obvious to every reader of this that date. However, the reader should bear in
edition of the MARYLAND MANUAL that a mind that new appointments, resignations, re-
book of this size, scope and nature can never tirements and the like occur, so that some of
be wholly accurate even on the date it appears, the names may be incorrect. The names of the
The very last organizational changes were individuals and agencies appearing in this ad-
made on November 15, 1976. To the best of denda have not been indexed into the rest of
our knowledge the book was accurate as of the book.
pp. 31, 49 Under the House Economic Mat-
ters Committee, read John W. Wolfgang,
Chairman.
p. 49 Under Commission on Intergovernmen-
tal Cooperation, read Lucille Maurer, Chair-
man, in place of Tyras S. Athey.
p. 34 In the 11th Legislative District, change
the address of Delegate A. Wade Kach to 15
Brookshire Drive, Reisterstown 21136.
p. 35 In the 19th Legislative District, change
the address of Senator C. Lawrence Wiser to
10605 Concord Street, Suite 400A, Kensing-
ton 20795.
pp. 35, 45, 62 Read Howard A. Denis, State
Senator from the 16th District, 14 South
Adams Street, Rockvilic 20850, sworn in on
January 4, 1977 to replace Newton 1. Steers,
Jr., elected to the U.S. Congress.
p. 39 In the 39th Legislative District, read
Vacancy in place of Murray Abramson who
died on December 14, 1976.
p. 48 Under Joint Budget and Audit Com-
mittee, read Vacancy in place of Newton 1.
Steers, Jr.
p. 99 Howard A. Denis, Republican, District
16; born November 21, 1939. Attended Mont-
gomery County public schools: Georgetown
^gg^. College, A.B., 1961:
^ffHf^ Georgetown Law Center,
^Ji ^^^1 1965. Former aide to
l^n^ J Maryland House and Sen-
^^fp*<lf fSSf ^ Minority Leaders.
^^1 j^_ I Member, Montgomery
^ll"i^,__\, County Bar Association:
^^^'^^**'^' Montgomery County Press
^lg^f^^^^^ Association; Kenwood
^M^ Place Tenants Association.
Advisor, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Mar-
ried. Appointed to the Senate, January 4, 1977,
in place of Newton 1. Steers, Jr., resigned.
p. 105 Under the Governor's Office, read
Thorn L. Burden, News Secretary, in place of
Frank A. DeFilippo.
p. 108 The Division of State Documents is
now located at 11 Biaden Street, the Old
Armory Building, in Annapolis. The telephone
number remains unchanged.
p. 110 The Board of Public Works is now
located at 11 Biaden Street, Annapolis. The
telephone number remains unchanged.
Add the following:
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
LABOR-MANAGEMENT OFFICE
Old Armory Building, Biaden Street,
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 269-3446
This office was created by a Resolution
adopted by the Board of Public Works on
December 3, 1976. It administers that portion
of the Code of Fair Practices which requires
persons doing business with the State of Mary-
land prepare and implement affirmative action
plans to ensure the fair employment of mem-
bers of minority groups.
The office assists public and nonpublic agen-
cies and groups in making affirmative action
plan requirements known to prospective bid-
ders and assists potential bidders in the devel-
opment of proper Affirmative Action Plans.
The office also reviews bids by contractors and
sub-contractors to determine whether or not
the proposed minority manpower utilization in
each construction trade as well as other as-
pects of the bid are consistent with the ap-
proved Affirmative Action Plan. It will also
establish and monitor a periodic reporting sys-
tem relating to employment data of successful
bidders.
In addition to a full-time staff, personnel
from other agencies will be assigned to this
office for specific projects.
Staff: 1.
p. 117 By a Constitutional Amendment rati-
fied by the voters in 1976 (Chapter 640, Acts
of 1975), any vacancy in the office of State
Treasurer is to be filled by the Deputy Treas-
urer until a successor has been chosen at the
next Session of the General Assembly (Const.
1867, Art. VI, sees. I and 6).
p. 118 Under the office of the Attorney Gen-
eral, add Peter D. Ward, Assistant Attorney
General and Chief Counsel for Investigations.
Under Criminal Division, delete the names of
John A. Austin and Henry E. Dugan, Jr. Add
the name of Kathleen M. Sweency.

 
It will be obvious to every reader of this
edition of the MARYLAND MANUAL that a
book of this size, scope and nature can never
be wholly accurate even on the date it appears.
The very last organizational changes were
made on November 15, 1976. To the best of
our knowledge the book was accurate as of

that date. However, the reader should bear in
mind that new appointments, resignations, re-
tirements and the like occur, so that some of
the names may be incorrect. The names of the
individuals and agencies appearing in this ad-
denda have not been indexed into the rest of
the book.

pp. 31, 49 Under the House Economic Mat-
ters Committee, read John W. Wolfgang,
Chairman.
p. 49 Under Commission on Intergovernmen-
tal Cooperation, read Lucille Maurer, Chair-
man, in place of Tyras S. Athey.
p. 34 In the 11th Legislative District, change
the address of Delegate A. Wade Kach to 15
Brookshire Drive, Reisterstown 21136.
p. 35 In the 19th Legislative District, change
the address of Senator C. Lawrence Wiser to
10605 Concord Street, Suite 400A, Kensing-
ton 20795.
pp. 35, 45, 62 Read Howard A. Denis, State
Senator from the 16th District, 14 South
Adams Street, Rockville 20850, sworn in on
January 4, 1977 to replace Newton 1. Steers,
Jr., elected to the U.S. Congress.
p. 39 In the 39th Legislative District, read
Vacancy in place of Murray Abramson who
died on December 14, 1976.
p. 48 Under Joint Budget and Audit Com-
mittee, read Vacancy in place of Newton 1.
Steers, Jr.
p. 99 Howard A. Denis, Republican, District
16; born November 21, 1939. Attended Mont-
gomery County public schools: Georgetown
. College, A.B., 1961:
Georgetown Law Center,
1965. Former aide to
Maryland House and Senate
Minority Leaders.
Member, Montgomery
County Bar Association:
Montgomery County Press
Association; Kenwood
Place Tenants Association.
Advisor, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Mar-
ried. Appointed to the Senate, January 4, 1977,
in place of Newton 1. Steers, Jr., resigned.
p. 105 Under the Governor's Office, read
Thorn L. Burden, News Secretary, in place of
Frank A. DeFilippo.
p. 108 The Division of State Documents is
now located at 11 Biaden Street, the Old
Armory Building, in Annapolis. The telephone
number remains unchanged.
p. 110 The Board of Public Works is now
located at 11 Bladen Street, Annapolis. The
telephone number remains unchanged.
Add the following:
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
LABOR-MANAGEMENT OFFICE
Old Armory Building, Biaden Street,
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 269-3446
This office was created by a Resolution
adopted by the Board of Public Works on
December 3, 1976. It administers that portion
of the Code of Fair Practices which requires
persons doing business with the State of Mary-
land prepare and implement affirmative action
plans to ensure the fair employment of mem-
bers of minority groups.
The office assists public and nonpublic agen-
cies and groups in making affirmative action
plan requirements known to prospective bid-
ders and assists potential bidders in the devel-
opment of proper Affirmative Action Plans.
The office also reviews bids by contractors and
sub-contractors to determine whether or not
the proposed minority manpower utilization in
each construction trade as well as other as-
pects of the bid are consistent with the ap-
proved Affirmative Action Plan. It will also
establish and monitor a periodic reporting sys-
tem relating to employment data of successful
bidders.
In addition to a full-time staff, personnel
from other agencies will be assigned to this
office for specific projects.
Staff: 1.
p. 117 By a Constitutional Amendment rati-
fied by the voters in 1976 (Chapter 640, Acts
of 1975), any vacancy in the office of State
Treasurer is to be filled by the Deputy Treas-
urer until a successor has been chosen at the
next Session of the General Assembly (Const.
1867, Art. VI, sees. I and 6).
p. 118 Under the office of the Attorney Gen-
eral, add Peter D. Ward, Assistant Attorney
General and Chief Counsel for Investigations.
Under Criminal Division, delete the names of
John A. Austin and Henry E. Dugan, Jr. Add
the name of Kathleen M. Sweency.

 
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