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LESTER B. REED, Republican, Allegany County; born at Mt. Sav-
age, Allegany County, August 10, 1908. Attended the public schools
of Allegany County, and Catherman's Business College, Cumberland.
Automotive supplies dealer. Married. Elected to the House of Dele-
gates in 1938.
ORLANDO RIDOUT, IV, Democrat, Anne Arundel County; born in
Anne Arundel County, August 13, 1922. Attended the public schools of
Annapolis and the University of Maryland, graduating with B.S. de-
gree. Dairyman. Served with the United States Army 1942-1946.
Married. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1950.
E. LAYTON RIGGIN, Democrat, Somerset County; born in Cris-
field, September 3, 1912. Attended the public schools of Crisfield. Sales
and advertising manager. Member of Crisfield City Council since 1946.
Rotary, Masons, Elks. Married. Elected to the House of Delegates in
CHARLES E. RISLEY, Democrat, Queen Anne's County; born at
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, June 9, 1920. Attended school at
Grasonville. Waterman. Served with the United States Air Force
1942-1945. Member, V.F.W., American Legion and Knights of Pythias.
Married. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1954.
JEROME ROBINSON, Democrat, Baltimore 4th; born in Baltimore,
March 31, 1911. Attended the public schools of Baltimore City, Bal-
timore City College, graduating in 1927; graduated from the Uni-
versity of Baltimore Law School in 1931 and admitted to the Bar in
1932. Former Secretary to the Committee on Civics, Judiciary and
Legislation, Junior Bar Association, 1937; Secretary to Commission
to Study Medico-Legal Psychiatry, 1948; member of the Charter Re-
vision Advisory Committee of Baltimore City 1945-1946; Chairman,
Committee on Amendment of Law, Maryland State Bar Association.
Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates since 1939.
EARL I. ROSENTHAL, Democrat, Baltimore 4th; born in New
York City, February 10, 1908. Attended Baltimore public schools and
the University of Baltimore. Attorney. Member of the Maryland Bar,
Jewish Welfare Board. Served in the United States Army 1942-1945.
Unmarried. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1950. Resigned in
LANSDALE G. SASSCER, JR., Democrat, Prince George's County;
born at Upper Marlboro, September 25, 1926. He attended public
schools in Upper Marlboro, Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Vir-
ginia, the University of Virginia, receiving the degree of B.A. in 1950
and the University of Maryland Law School, receiving the degree of
LL.B. in 1952. Attorney. Served with the United States Coast Guard
1944-1946. Member of Maryland, District of Columbia, and Prince
George's County Bar Associations. Mason, member of Lions, Marl-
boro Democratic Club and Young Democrats of Prince George's Coun-
ty. Unmarried. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1954.
MARGARET C. SCHWEINHAUT, Democrat, Montgomery County;
born in Washington, D. C., December 1, 1904. Attended the public
schools of the District of Columbia, the George Washington Univer-
sity and Washington College of Law. Housewife. Member of the
Board of the Community Chest Council and Montgomery Tuberculosis
Association. Married. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1954.
CHARLES M. SEE, Republican, Allegany County; born in Cumber-
land, May 12, 1902. Attended the Maryland School for the Blind,
Overlea, graduating in 1924. Field Representative, Maryland Work-
shop for the Blind. Member of Board of Trustees Maryland Workshop