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CLIFFORD FRIEND, Republican, Garrett County; born at Friends-
ville, May 13, 1896. Attended Garrett County public schools and
Mountain State Business College, Parkersburg, West Virginia. Lum-
berman and farmer. Served in U. S. Navy during World War 1. Mar-
ried. Elected to the Senate in 1954.
LOUIS L. GOLDSTEIN, Democrat, Calvert County; born in Prince
Frederick, March 14, 1913. Graduated from Calvert County public
schools; received B.S. degree from Washington College, and LL.B.
degree from University of Maryland. Member of Maryland and Dis-
trict of Columbia Bars. Elected to House of Delegates in 1938; en-
listed in Marine Corps in 1942 as private, discharged in 1946 as
First Lieutenant; holds reserve commission of Captain in the Marine
Corps; he is a commissioner from Maryland on the Atlantic States
Marine Fisheries Commission. Elected to the Senate in 1946. Married.
Majority floor leader 1950-54; President of the Senate 1955.
PHILIP HENRY GOODMAN, Democrat, Baltimore 6th; born,
November 26, 1914, attended Baltimore City public schools, and the
University of Baltimore receiving the degree of LL.B. in 1934. Attor-
ney. Police Magistrate of Baltimore City 1943-1948; member of Bal-
timore City Council 1961-1956. Married. Member Nu Beta Epsilon
Legal Fraternity, Both El Congregation, and former member athletic
staff of Loyola College (1946-1950). Elected to the Senate in 1954.
STANFORD HOFF, Republican, Carroll County; born in West-
minster, March 31, 1911; attended the public schools of Westminster,
Western Maryland College, and the University of Maryland Law
School graduating in 1934. Attorney. 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 Lieutenant Colonel. Chairman of Republican State
Central Committee of Maryland 1948 to 1961. Married. He was a
member of the House of Delegates 1939-1942. Elected to the Senate
in 1946. Resigned, August 1955.
WILLIAM S. JAMES, Democrat, Harford County; born in Aber-
deen, February 14, 1914. Attended public school at Havre de Grace,
the Tome School at Port Deposit, 1928-1932, the University of Dela-
ware 1932-34, and the Law School of the University of Maryland,
graduating in 1937. Attorney. Trial Magistrate at Havre de Grace,
1944-1946. Member Board of Library Trustees, Harford County,
1946-1953. Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates 1947-1954.
Elected to the Senate in 1954.
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. Member of
the Kent County School Building Commission, 1946. Married. Elected
to the Senate in 1950.
ROBERT B. KIMBLE, Republican, Allegany County; born at
Williamsport, Washington County, Maryland, October 2, 1903. Elect-
ed to the House of Delegates in 1932. Married. Elected to the Senate
in 1934. Resigned in April 1955.
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 in Europe during World War II.
Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates 1946-1950. Elected
to the Senate in 1950.
RALPH L. MASON, Democrat, Worcester County. Born in Snow
Hill May 18, 1896. Attended public schools of Worcester County and