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Maryland Manual, 1977-78
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CLARENCE W. BLOUNT. Democrat, District 41; born in Aurora,
N.C., April 20, 1921. Attended Baltimore City public schools;
Riverside Junior College, Riverside, Calif.; Morgan State College,
B.A., 1950; The Johns Hopkins University, M.A., 1965; George-
town University. Educator. Served in the U.S. Army during
World War II. Member, Governor's Commission on Law En-
forcement and Administration of Justice; Executive Board and
National Steering Committee, Education Commission of the States;
Southern Regional Education Board. Member, executive board,
National Democratic Committee. Chairman of the board, Five-
in-Five Democratic Club. Member, Academy of Political Science;
Academy of Political and Social Science; Morgan State Univer-
sity Alumni Association; The Johns Hopkins University Alumni
Association; Baltimore Urban League; N.A.A.C.P.; Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity. Received numerous distinguished service
awards. Married. Member of the Senate since 1971. Member,
Legislative Policy Committee,
JOSEPH S. BONVEGNA. Democrat, District 46; born in Balti-
more, January 9, 1922. Attended Baltimore public schools. Served
in the U.S. Army, 1942-46. Delegate to Democratic State Con-
vention. Chief Clerk, Baltimore City Council. Assistant Chief
Clerk, Baltimore City Council. Member and vice president, 26th
Ward United Democratic Club of Baltimore City. Member, East
Highland Democratic Club, Member, Optimist Club of Highland-
town. Former vice president, American Soccer League. President,
Baltimore Pompeii Soccer Team; Lombard Pleasure Club. Mem-
ber, Civic Dem. Club; Three Point Dem. Club; Exchange Club of
Highlandtown; 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 34; born in Baltimore,
May 5, 1920. Attended Hagerstown and Baltimore public schools;
University of Maryland; Washington College, A.B., 1942; Univer-
sity of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1945. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1945. Attorney, Towns of Rock Hall and Better-
ton. Past president, Young Democrats of Maryland; Kent County
Young Democrats. Member, American and Maryland Bar As-
sociations. Past president, Kent County Bar Association; Chester-
town Lions Club. Married. Member of the House of Delegates,
1959-71, Chairman, Prison Administration Committee, 1963-66
Sessions. Chairman, Eastern Shore Delegation, 1965-67 Sessions.
Chairman, Committee on the Constitutional Convention, 1967
Session. Chairman, Interest and Usury Committee, 1968 Session.
Chairman, Constitution and Administrative Law Committee, 1969-
70. Member of the Senate since 1971.
PETER A. BOZICK, Democrat, District 27; born in New York,
N.Y., March 14, 1925. Attended Baltimore City and Baltimore
County parochial and public schools; University of Maryland,
B.S.; The Johns Hopkins University. President of wholesale beer
firm, public relations specialist. Commissioner and chairman of
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, 1965-70. Member,
Prince George's Community Goals Committee; Prince George's
County Charter Advisory Committee. President, Surratts Demo-
cratic Club. Member, board of directors. Cerebral Palsy Associa-
tion of Prince George's County. Member, White House News
Photographers and White House Correspondents Associations,
and numerous civic, fraternal and social organizations; Veterans
of Foreign Wars: Disabled American Veterans. Married. Member
of the House of Delegates, 1971. Appointed to the Senate Feb-
ruary 17, 1971, vice Fred L. Wineland, resigned.

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