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MARYLAND MANUAL 157

STANFORD HOFF, Republican, Carroll County; born in Westminster,
March 31, 1911; attended the public schools of Westminster, Western
Maryland College, and the University of Maryland Law School
graduating in 1934. Attorney. He is a member of the Legislative
Council. During World War II, he served with the 36th Field
Artillery and the 77th Division Artillery in the Asiatic and Pacific
Theatres; entering as a First Lieutenant, he was discharged a Lieu-
tenant Colonel. Chairman of Republican State Central Committee
of Maryland 1948 to 1951. Married. He was a member of the House
of Delegates 1939-1942. Elected to the Senate in 1946.

LOUIS T. HOFFERBERT, Democrat, Baltimore 1st; born in Baltimore,
December 4, 1906. Attended Sacred Heart School. Manager of Sta-
tionery Department. Married. Appointed to the Senate in 1947.

DE WITT S. HYDE, Republican, Montgomery County; born in Wash-
ington, D. C., March 21, 1909. LLB George Washington University,
Washington, D. C., 1935. Attorney. Member of the District of Colum-
bia and Maryland Bars. Instructor in law at Benjamin Franklin
University, Washington, D. C. Lt. Comdr. U.S.N.R.; on active duty
in Harbor Defense, South Pacific, and Legal Officer and Provost
Marshall, Naval Training Station, Norfolk, Va., 1943-1946. Married.
Member House of Delegates 1946-1950. Elected to the Senate in 1950.

JOHN R. JEWELL, Democrat, Kent County; born in Lynch, Kent
County, June 18, 1914. Attended the public schools of Kent County.
He is a grain, farm equipment and automobile dealer. He served as
a member of the Kent County School Building Commission, 1946.
Married. Elected to the Senate in 1950.

ROBERT B. KIMBLE, Republican, Allegany County; born at Williams-
port, Washington County, Maryland, October 2, 1903. Elected to the
House of Delegates in 1932. Married. Elected to the Senate in 1934.

DAVID K. MCLAUGHLIN, Republican, Washington County; born at
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, October 17, 1905. Attended the public
schools of Washington County and the Dickinson School of Law,
graduating in 1928; admitted to the Bar the same year. From 1942
to 1946, he served with the U. S. Naval Air Force holding the rank
of Lt. Commander. He is a former Chairman of the Republican State
Central Committee of Washington County. Member Legislative Coun-
cil. Married. Elected to the Senate in 1946.

D. PAUL MCNABB, Democrat, Harford County; born in Mill Green,
Harford County, June 10, 1895. Attended Harford County public
schools, Delta Pa. high school and Baltimore Law School. Admitted
to the Maryland Bar in 1926. Was a member of Co. D, Maryland
National Guard during World War I and was State's Attorney for
Harford County 1935-1961. Married. Elected to the Senate in 1950.

FREDERICK C. MALKUS, JR., Democrat, Dorchester County; born
in Baltimore, July 1, 1913. Graduate of Western Maryland College
and the Law School of the University of Maryland. Member of the
Bar. Served with the First Army during World War II. Unmarried.
Member House of Delegates 1946-1950. Elected to the Senate in 1950.

BERNARD S. MELNICOVE, Democrat, Baltimore 4th; born in Wash-
ington, D. C., September 2, 1911. Attended the public schools of
Baltimore City, Baltimore City College, and the University of Balti-
more, graduating in 1932. Admitted to the Bar in 1933. Justice of

 

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