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World War II, as Major with 102nd Infantry Division, European
theater. Married. Member of the House of Delegates, 1951-55. Ap-
pointed to the Senate in 1956.
SHERMAN E. FLANAGAN, Republican, Carroll County; born in
Woodsboro, Frederick County, July 29, 1899. Attended Frederick
County public schools; Gettysburg College; American University;
George Washington University, A.B. 1923, D.Ed. 1936; University
of Maryland, A.M. 1924; Oxford University. H. S. Principal, 1921-27.
Insurance broker. Chartered Life Underwriter. Police Justice, Car-
roll County, 1935-39; chairman, Carroll County Republican State
Central Committee since 1934. Past president, Westminster Rotary
Club. Member, Board of the Westminster Chamber of Commerce;
Board of the Carroll County Community Chest; Masons. Married.
Member of the House of Delegates, 1931-35. Appointed to the Senate
in August 1956.
CLIFFORD FRIEND, Republican, Garrett County; born in Friends-
ville, May 13, 1896. Attended Garrett County public schools; Moun-
tain State Business College, Parkersburg, West Virginia. Lumber-
man and farmer. Served in the U. S. Navy during World War I.
Married. Member of the Senate, 1934-42, and since 1954.
LOUIS L. GOLDSTEIN, Democrat, Calvert County; born in Prince
Frederick, March 14, 1913. Attended Calvert County public schools;
Washington College, B.S.; University of Maryland Law School, LL.B.
Member of the Maryland and District of Columbia Bars. Enlisted
in the Marine Corps in 1942 as private, discharged in 1946 as First
Lieutenant; holds reserve commission of Captain in the Marine Corps.
Commissioner from Maryland on the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries
Commission. Married. Member of House of Delegates, 1938-42. Elected
to the Senate in 1946. Majority floor leader, 1950-54; President of
the Senate, 1955-57.
PHILIP HENRY GOODMAN, Democrat, Baltimore 5th; born
November 26, 1914. Attended Baltimore City public schools; Univer-
sity of Baltimore Law School, LL.B. 1934. Member of the Maryland
Bar. Member, athletic staff of Loyola College, 1945-50. Police Magis-
trate, Baltimore City, 1943-48; member, Baltimore City Council, 1951-
55. Member, Beth El Congregation; Nu Beta Epsilon Legal Frater-
nity. Elected to the Senate in 1954.
WILLIAM S. JAMES, Democrat, Harford County; born in Aber-
deen, February 14, 1914. Attended Havre de Grace public schools;
Tome School, Port Deposit, 1928-32; University of Delaware, 1932-34;
University of Maryland Law School, LL.B. 1937. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1937. Trial Magistrate, Havre de Grace, 1944-46.
Member, Board of Library Trustees, Harford County, 1945-53. Mar-
ried. Member of the House of Delegates, 1947-54. Elected to the
Senate in 1954.
GUY JOHNSON, Democrat, Cecil County; born in Elkton, May
18, 1878. Attended Cecil County public schools; Elkton Academy;
extension courses at The Johns Hopkins University and the Univer-
sity of Delaware. Principal of the high school at North East, Chesa-
peake City, and Elkton. Unmarried. Member of the Senate, 1946-50;
member of the House of Delegates, 1950-57. Appointed to the Senate,
FREDERICK C. MALKUS, JR., Democrat, Dorchester County;
born in Baltimore July 1, 1913. Attended Western Maryland College,