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ment Consultant. Former teacher, civilian engineer, U. S. Ordnance
Department, and internal revenue agent. Served as 1st Lieutenant,
325th Field Signal Battalion, World War 1. Member, Governor's
Veteran Service Committee; St. Katherine's P. E. Church; Baltimore
City Board of Recreation and Parks. Former secretary, Baltimore
City Draft Board #4. Member, Monumental Democratic Club; Mary-
land Classified Employees Association; Urban League; Delta Eta
Sigma fraternity; Elks; Masons; American Legion; Chesapeake Club.
Married. Member of the Senate since 1959.
JOSEPH V. MACH, Democrat, Baltimore 2nd; born in Petersburg,
Va„ March 6, 1921. Attended Virginia parochial and public schools.
Businessman. Served in the U. S. Navy, 1944-46, Asiatic-Pacific
Theater. Chairman of Board, Czechoslovak-American Civic Association.
Member, American Legion. Married. Member of the House of Delegates,
1951-69. Member of the Senate since 1959.
FREDERICK C. MALKUS, JR., Democrat, Dorchester County; born
in Baltimore, July 1, 1913. Attended Cambridge public schools;
Western Maryland College, A.B., 1934; University of Maryland School
of Law, LL.B., 1938. Member of the Maryland Bar. Served with U. S.
Army during World War IL Married. Member of House of Delegates,
1947-51. Member of the Senate since 1951. Chairman of the Committee
on Judicial Proceedings since 1955.
MARY L. NOCK, Democrat, Wicomico County; born in Green Hill.
Attended Wicomico County public schools; graduate of Beacom Busi-
ness College, Wilmington, Delaware. Housewife. Board member,
S.R.E.B. Married. Member of the House of Delegates, 1947-66. Member
of the Senate since 1955. Member of the Legislative Council, 1963-54.
Chairman of the Education Committee, 1959 Session.
JOHN-CLARENCE NORTH, Democrat, Talbot County; born in
Tilghman, August 26, 1922. Attended Easton public schools; Uni-
versity of Baltimore, LL.B., 1947. Member of the Maryland Bar.
Served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. Member, American,
Maryland, and Talbot County Bar Associations; Odd Fellows; Elks;
Knights of Pythias; American Legion; V.F.W.; Masons; Shrine.
Married. Member of the House of Delegates, 1961-66. Member of the
Senate since 1965.
EDWARD S. NORTHROP, Democrat, Montgomery County; born
in Chevy Chase, June 12, 1911. Attended Montgomery County public
schools; Woodberry Forest Preparatory School, Woodberry Forest,
Va.; George Washington University, LL.B., 1936. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1937. Served in U. S. Navy with rank of Commander,
1941-46. Member, Board of Managers, Chevy Chase Village, 1932-33;
Superintendent of Public Service, Chevy Chase Village, 1933-41;
Attorney, Chevy Chase Village, 1946. Member, American Bar Associa-
tion. Married. Member of the Senate since 1955. Chairman, Finance
Committee and Majority Floor Leader since 1959.
JOHN THOMAS PARRAN, JR., Democrat, Charles County; born
in Baltimore, February 6, 1926. Attended Charles County public
schools; Charlotte Hall Academy; The Citadel; University of Mary-
land, B.A., 1960. Real estate and insurance broker. Served with the
U. S. Army, 1944-46. President, Indian Head Business Association.
Member, Lions; Moose. Married. Member of the House of Delegates,
1955-69. Member of the Senate since 1959.
LOUIS N. PHIPPS, Democrat, Anne Arundel County; born in
Tracy's Landing, March 6, 1896. Attended Anne Arundel County