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SUPPLEMENT 1976-1976 69
Montgomery County Cerebral Palsy Association, 1974; U. S. Jaycees
and Greater Towson Jaycees, Outstanding Service Award, 1971;
Special Appreciation Award, Associated Builders and Contractors
Apprenticeship Training Program, 1973; Commendation, Maryland
Association for Retarded Citizens, 1974; Commendation, March-of-
Dimes Walkathon, 1973 and 1974; Certificate of Appreciation, Kiwanis
International, 1969. Listed in Who's Who in Government, 1975; Per-
sonalities of the South, 1975. Married. Member of the Senate since
CLARENCE W. BLOUNT, Democrat, District 41; born in Aurora,
N. C., April 20, 1921. Attended Baltimore City public schools; River-
side Junior College, Riverside, Calif.; Morgan State College, B.A.,
1960; The Johns Hopkins University, M.A., 1965; Georgetown Uni-
versity; University of Florence. Educator. Served in the U. S. Army
during World War II. Member, Governor's Commission on the Struc-
ture and Governance of Education; Southern Regional Education
Board. Chairman, Urban Services Commission, formerly Community
Action Commission, since 1968. Co-chairman, Regional Board, Na-
tional Conference of Christian and Jews. Member, National Demo-
cratic Committee. Chairman of the board, Five-in-Five Democratic
Club. Board member, Loyola High School. Member, Academy of
Political Science; Academy of Political and Social Science; National
Education Association; Morgan State College Alumni Association;
The Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association; Baltimore Urban
League; N.A.A.C.P.; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Listed in Who's
Who in America; Who's Who in American Politics; and Ebony Maga-
zine's 1,000 Successful Blacks. Elected to Hall of Fame of Douglass
High School; Hall of Fame of Dunbar High School. Received awards
for contributions to community from Druid Hill YMCA, Mondawmin
Merchants Association, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and Phi Beta Sigma
Fraternity, and the Community Action Agency. Married. Member of
Maryland Senate since 1971.
JOSEPH S. BONVEGNA, Democrat, District 46; born in Baltimore,
January 9, 1922. Attended Baltimore public schools. Automobile dealer.
Served in the U. S. Army, 1942-46. Delegate to Democratic State
Convention. Chief Clerk, Baltimore City Council. Assistant Chief
Clerk, Baltimore City Council. Member and vice president, 26th Ward
United Democratic Club of Baltimore City; East Highland Democratic
Club. Member, Optimist Club of Highlandtown. Former vice president,
American Soccer League. President, Baltimore Pompeii Soccer Team;
Lombard Pleasure Club. Member, Catholic War Veterans; Sons of
Italy. Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates, 1967-75.
Member of the Senate since 1975.
ELROY G. BOYER, Democrat, District 84; born in Baltimore,
May 5, 1920. Attended Hagerstown and Baltimore public schools;
University of Maryland; Washington College, A.B., 1942; University
of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1945. Admitted to the Maryland
Bar, 1945. Attorney, Towns of Rock Hall and Betterton. Past presi-
dent, Young Democrats of Maryland; Kent County Young Democrats.
Member, American and Maryland Bar Associations. Past president,
Kent County Bar Association; Chestertown Lions Club. Married.
Member of the House of Delegates, 1959-71. Chairman, Prison Admin-
istration Committee, 1963-66 Sessions. Chairman, Eastern Shore Dele-
gation, 1965-67 Sessions. Chairman, Committee on the Constitutional
Convention, 1967 Session. Chairman, Interest and Usury Committee,

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