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JOSEPH J. SCHIRANO, Democrat, Baltimore County 5th; born in
Berwick, Pa., August 25, 1918. Attended Old Forge, Pa. public schools;
La Salle University. Owner of candy, tobacco and drug company.
Trial Magistrate, Baltimore County, 1960-66. President, Baltimore
County Businessmens' Association. Director, Maryland Wholesale
Tobacco Association, Inc. Past president, Maryland Wholesale Con-
fectioners Association. Member, National Wholesale Association of
Tobacco Distributors; National Candy Wholesalers Association; Trial
Magistrates Association; Essex-Middle River Chamber of Commerce.
Director, Beacon Life Insurance Co. Member, Knights of Columbus;
Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus. Married. Member of the House
of Delegates since 1967.
JAMES A. SCOTT, JR. Democrat, Baltimore City 2nd; born in
Washington, D. C. October 12, 1925. Attended Washington, D. C. paro-
chial and public schools; Wilberforce University, B.A., 1950; Howard
University; The Johns Hopkins University. Insurance broker. Served
in the U. S. Army, 1944-1946. Board member, Unsatisfied Claim and
Judgment Fund. Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates 1972-
1973. 1 Died, July 13, 1973.
S. FRANK SHORE, Democrat, Montgomery County 1st; born in
Washington, D. C., December 3, 1935. Attended Washington, D. C.,
parochial and public schools; Southeastern University; Pennsylvania
State University; American University Labor Studies Institute. Com-
munications representative. Served in the U. S. Army. Member, Citi-
zens for Louis Goldstein for Comptroller Campaign, 1968; Committee
on Political Education Co-ordinating Hubert Humphrey Campaign,
1968. Precinct Chairman, 1970. 1969 precinct coordinator, Montgomery
County Democratic State Central Committee. Plowman and Fisher-
man, Montgomery County, 1969-70. Member, board of directors, treas-
urer and vice president, Randolph Hills Civic Association, 1968-70.
Co-chairman, 1968 U. S. Bond Drive and USO Hi-Mom Program;
United Givers Fund. Vice president. Communications Workers of
America, City Council, Washington Metropolitan Area, 1968-70. Dele-
gate, Greater Washington Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, 1968-70.
Secretary, Local 2108, Communications Workers of America, 1968-70.
Member, Holy Name Society; Men's Guild and Mental Health Plan-
ning Committee of Holy Cross Hospital of Silver Spring, 1973; Boy
Scouts of America; Knights of Columbus; Maryland Association for
Children with Learning Disabilities. Co-Chairman, First Annual
House-Senate Basketball game for Cystic Fibrosis, 1972. Recipient of
Environment and Human Ecology and Poverty Certificates of
Achievement, 1971, and Land Use Planning and Public Employees
Labor Relations Certificates of Achievement, 1972, from National
Legislative Conference. Received 1971 Outstanding Legislator Award
for Indefatigable Defense of Human Life, and 1971-72 General As-
sembly Award for Legislative Pro-Life Activities, from Knights of
Columbus. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1971.
JAMES J. SILK, Democrat, Baltimore 1st; born in Baltimore, July
2, 1911. Attended Baltimore parochial and public schools; Mt. St.
Joseph College. Investigator and income tax consultant. Married. Mem-
ber of the House of Delegates since 1947. Chairman, Claims Com-
mittee, 1947-50, and since 1959.
STEVEN V. SKLAR, Democrat, Baltimore City 5th; born in Balti-
more, September 29, 1942. Attended Baltimore City public schools;
1 Appointed to the House of Delegates, December 27, 1972, vice Floyd B. Adams,

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