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public schools; Southeastern University; Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity; American University Labor Studies Institute. Communica-
tions representative. Served in the U. S. Army. Member, Citizens for
Louis Goldstein for Comptroller Campaign, 1968; Committee on Politi-
cal 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 Achieve-
ment, 1971, and Land Use Planning and Public Employees Labor
Relations Certificates of Achievement, 1972, from National Legisla-
tive Conference. Received 1971 Outstanding Legislator Award for
Indefatigable Defense of Human Life, and 1971-72 General Assembly
Award for Legislative Pro-Life Activities, from Knights of Colum-
bus. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1971.
STEVEN V. SKLAR, Democrat, District 42; born in Baltimore,
September 29, 1942. Attended Baltimore City public schools, Wharton
School of Finance, University of Pennsylvania, B.S., 1964; University
of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1968. International Business Ex-
change Program, Denmark, 1974; Sweden, 1965. Associate Professor
of Law, U. S. Air Force-Europe. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1969.
Member, Maryland Advisory Council on Drug Abuse. Member, Board
of Directors, Metropolitan Baltimore Mental Health Association. Mem-
ber, American Cancer Society of Baltimore; Levindale Hebrew Hos-
pital and Geriatric Center. Unmarried. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1969. 1
CHARLES E. SMITH, Democrat, District 4A; born in Frederick,
December 18, 1948. Attended Brunswick public schools; Frederick
Community College. University of Baltimore, B.S., 1973. General man-
ager of sheet metal company. Chairman, Brunswick Democratic Cen-
tral Committee. Member, Jefferson Puritan Club; New Market Volun-
teer Fire Company; Brunswick Slo-Pitch Softball League. Married.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1975.
ELIZABETH S. SMITH, Republican, District 33; born in Balti-
more, March 18, 1934. Attended Ohio and Wisconsin parochial schools;
Daly City, California public schools. Radio station executive. Alter-
nate delegate, 1972 Republican National Convention. Member, Legis-
lative Committee. Maryland-District of Columbia-Delaware Broad-
casters' Association. Former member, board of directors, Maryland
State Chamber of Commerce. Past president, Greater Annapolis
Chamber of Commerce. Past president, Maryland Clam Festival.
1 Appointed to the House of Delegates, January 15, 1969, vice Mar-
vin Mandel, resigned.

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