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versity of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1952. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1953. Educator, business woman, lecturer. Former ele-
mentary school principal. Member, Mayor's Committee on Procedures
for Handling Legal Proceedings Under Emergency Conditions. Mem-
ber, Mayor's Committee on Housing Code Enforcement. Former mem-
ber, Baltimore City Redevelopment Commission. Former member,
Urban Renewal and Housing Commission. Former member, Mayor's
Committee on Recreation. Former member, Family Court Committee,
Baltimore Bar. President and organizer, Woman's Democratic Aux-
iliary, Inc. Member, Baltimore, Women's, Monumental, and National
Bar Associations; National Order of Women Legislators; National
Association of Parliamentarians. Past president, Baltimore Club of
National Association of Business and Professional Women, Inc. Past
president and founder, Baltimore Chapter, Cheyney Alumni Associa-
tion; Maryland League of Women's Clubs. Member, American Judica-
ture Society. Member, Board of Governors, Lafayette Square Recrea-
tion Center. Member, N.A.A.C.P.; Urban League; League of Women
Voters; International Platform Association. Member, board of trustees,
Provident Hospital. Listed in Who's Who of Women in the East;
Who's Who of American Women; Who's Who in American Politics;
Who's Who in World Industry and Commerce; Dictionary of Inter-
national Biography; Community Leaders of America; Two Thousand
Women of Achievement. Founder and past president, Herbert M. Fris-
by Historical Society. Founder, Camp Mohawk Mothers of the
Y.M.C.A. Recipient of numerous citations and awards, local and
national. Widow. Member of the House of Delegates since 1967.
LAURENCE LEVITAN, Democrat, Montgomery County 1st; born
in Washington, D. C., October 22, 1933. Attended Washington, D. C.
public schools; Washington and Lee University, B.S. 1955; George
Washington University Law School, J. D., 1968. Admitted to the Mary-
land Bar, 1964. Member, Montgomery County Financial Advisory
Committee since 1968. Member, Young Democratic Club; Western
Suburban Democratic Club; Maryland, Montgomery County, and Dis-
trict of Columbia Bar Associations. Vice president and member of
board of directors. Regency Estates Swim Club, 1965-68. Treasurer
and member of board of directors. Regency Estates Citizens Associa-
tion, 1964-66. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1971.
WILLIAM M. LINTON, Republican, Baltimore County 4th; born
in Baltimore, February 17, 1928. Attended Baltimore County public
schools; University of Baltimore; Mt. Vernon School of Law, LL.B.,
1964. Manager of spares and provisioning. Served in the U. S. Navy.
Chairman, Board of Recreation and Parks, Baltimore County, 1970.
Member, Maintenance Advisory Panel, National Security Industrial
Association; Citizens Advisory Committee to Study the Nature and
Financing of School Facilities. Honorary life member, Maryland Con-
gress of Parents and Teachers. Married. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1971.
JON HARLAN LIVEZEY, Republican, Harford County; born in
Baltimore, December 8, 1938. Attended Harford County public schools;
The Johns Hopkins University, A.B., 1960; University of Maryland
School of Law, LL.B., 1963. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1963.
Served in the U. S. Army. Counsel, Harford County Board of Election
Supervisors, 1967-69. Member, American, Maryland, and Harford
County Bar Associations; Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity; Aberdeen
Rotary Club; Maryland, Harford County (President, 1970-72) and
Cecil County Historical Societies; Sons of the American Revolution;
Maryland and Pennsylvania Genealogical Societies; Harford County

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