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Maryland Manual, 1975-76
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ROSALIE SILBER ABRAMS, Democrat, District 42; born in
Baltimore. Attended Baltimore public schools; Sinai Hospital School
of Nursing; Columbia University; The Johns Hopkins University,
B.S., 1963; M.A., 1969. Served in the U. S. Navy Nurses Corps during
World War II. Member, executive board, Maryland Comprehensive
Health Planning Agency. Chairperson, Planning Subcommittee for
Commission to Study Implementation of Equal Rights Amendment.
Chairman, Maryland Humane Practices Commission; Maryland Com-
mission on the Status of Women. Member, Fifth District Reform
Democrats; American Political Science Association. President, Mary-
land Order of Women Legislators. Member, National Order of Women
Legislators; Academy of Political Science. Member, Sinai Nurses
Alumnae Association; Maryland Nurses Association. Member, execu-
tive committee and chairman, Legislative Committee, Baltimore Area
Council on Alcoholism. Member, board of directors, Sinai Hospital.
Member, executive board and Domestic Affairs Committee, American
Jewish Committee. Member, National Council of Jewish Women. Mem-
ber, Advisory Council, Community Coordinated Child Care. Member,
Board of Directors, Safety First Club of Maryland; Maryland Hos-
pital Education and Research Foundation; Maryland Association of
Professional Health Administrators. Listed in Who's Who in Ameri-
can Women; Who's Who in American Politics; Women of Distinction;
Who's Who International. Received Louise Waterman Wise Commu-
nity Service Award, 1969. Award of Achievement, American Academy
of Comprehensive Health Planning, 1971; Traffic Safety Award, 1971;
News-American Award, 1971; Women of Distinction in Medicine.
Married. Member of the House of Delegates, 1967-71. Chairman,
Health and Welfare Subcommittee, Ways and Means Committee,
1967-71. Member, Committee for the Constitution, Legislative Liaison
Committee. Member of the Senate since 1971.
JOHN J. BISHOP, JR., Republican, District 10; born in Baltimore,
December 6, 1927. Attended Baltimore parochial schools; Loyola Col-
lege; Towson State College; University of Baltimore; University of
Baltimore Law School, LL.B., 1951; J.D., 1951. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1954. Served in the U. S. Coast Guard. Member,
Maryland and Baltimore County Bar Associations; American Judica-
ture Society; National Society of State Legislators; Citizens Con-
ference on State Legislatures; Chairman, Ethics Committee, Maryland
State Bar Association, 1967-68. Member, Governor's Commission on
Humane Practices; Governor's Commission to Revise the Annotated
Code of Maryland. Member, executive committee, Maryland Blue
Cross. Past board member, Mental Health Association of Maryland;
Maryland Association for Retarded Children. Member, American
Legion. Past post commander and Past state judge advocate, Catholic
War Veterans; Kiwanis International. Delegate, National Confer-
ence, Citizens Conference on State Legislatures, 1974; Eagleton
Institute of Politics, Rutgers University, 1968. Received Parkville
Veterans Day Committee Award, 1967; Appreciation Award, Fra-
ternal Order of Police; Annual Outstanding Service Awards, Mary-
land Special Olympics, 1971-74; Outstanding Legislator of the Year,

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