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JAMES PLAN ATTACKED *# 8? I
'{"School-Aid Rift Starts
|. Legislative Sparring
By PaH hope
** l; Bt»r Bt%ff Writer
ANNAPOLIS, Jan. 14. -r
Maryland legislators are get
ting off to the wars in jig time
this year.
They hardly had time to rt
nW* A; acquaintances before
teacher pay—that old nemesis
o£ the General Assembly—got
tW legislators to sparring last
ware? Before mother week rolls
abound the Infighting should
g*pretty fierce. ,
tinder the prodding of the
State Teachers Association, one
of the proddingest organizations
ever to hit the Statehouse, a
move got under way to scrap
the James plan for aid to ed
ucation in favor ot a program
which would give the teachers
more money.
The association felt that the
James plan—which calls for
giving an extra $6.5 million for
educational purposes to the lo
calities this year, isn’t enough.
Some legislators agreed. And
support for scrapping the plan
was forthcoming from other
legislators'who weren’t partic
ularly impressed by the teach
ers’ lobby but thought their
counties were getting short
shrift under the James plan
formulas.
Tawes* Attitude Cools
Gov. Tawes, who had in
dorsed the James plan, felt the
pulse of several legislative
leaders yesterday during a two
hour session and decided he
wasn’t as wedded to the plan
as he had thought. He told
the boys that if they wanted
to go downstairs and slug it out
he might go along with the
winner, if too much damage
wasn’t done to his spending
proposals.
He warned them, however,
that a penny spent requires a
tax penny earned, and that
whatever extra aid goes to the
localities should be covered by
a raise in taxes.
Senator William 8. James,
whose committee authored the
plan which bears his name,
nursed his bruises and said he
is standing four-square behind
it. He had a lot of supporters
too.
r**We don’t usually get into
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crown of laurel and the let
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awards will be made by the
Right Rev. Msgr. William J.
McDonald, rector of the uni
versity.
Recipients of the medals are
the Very Rev. Louis A. Arana,
the Right Rev. Msgr. Clement
Bastnagel,. Conrad Bernier, Dr.
Josephine McGarry Callan,
William D. Commins, Frank
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Msgr. John Tracy Ellis, and
the Right Rev. Msgr. Mart’n
J. Higgins.
Also, Edmund R. LaFond,
Dr. Catherine R. Ridh, the
Right Rev. Msgr. John K.
Ryan, Dr. Mary Synon, Fran
cis L. Talbott, and the Right
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the teachers* pay hassel thia
early,” several harried lawmak
. ers moaned.
Another legislator bit on a
, Polish sausage in the basement
case and said: “Speaking of
taxes, I’m agin’ ’Mn.” He had a
lot of supporters, too.
It appears likely that Gov.
Tawes will recommend expan
! Sion of the sales tax by drop
' ping the starting rate from
51 cento to about 21 cents and
perhaps applying it to the now
exempt restaurant meals.
>
Apportionment Bills Bloom
i And then there’s reapportion
i ment. Enough bills were drop-
> ped in the hopper in the first
nine days to last for two ses-
i sions, and no doubt there are
i more tp come.
Some suburban county leg-
> islators were worried that with
■ all the reapportionment mea-
■ sures pouring in, the issue was
. really turning into a fiasco.
. The country boys from the
I Eastern Shore just smiled, con
i fident that this year they would
• again stem the suburban tide.
Some Statehouse graduates
. came down one night to look
' around. They have moved on to
. higher things—the House of
. Representatives—but they had
a job to do in Annapolis on re
districting. They dined with
Gov. Tawes, and when they left
it appeared that Maryland’s
. new congressional district —a
. result of the 1960 census—would
. be carved out of the big sth
. district of Southern Maryland.
How to Carve District?
There is one thing left to be
worked out—aside from getting
it through the Legislature. That
is. what counties should be put
with Prince Georges to form
one district and which ones to
put with Anne Arundel to form
the other.
Most thought Carroll County
' should be cut loose from the
2d district and added to one of
the Southern Maryland dis
tricts, but no one seemed to
; want it. There are too many
Republicans in Carroll to suit
; the Democratic State leaders,
i One plan would put all the
j slot-machine counties together
in one district.
, An speaking of slots, Charles
County Protestant ministers
promised to stir up a hornet’s
nest at this session of the Gen
eral Assembly. The ministers
said they have lined up spon
sors to introduce a bill to ban
slot machines from the four
Southern Maryland counties
where they are now legal.
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