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TIMOTHY R. HICKMAN, Democrat, District 13 Born in Arbutus, March 6,
1946 Attended Baltimore County public schools, Catonsville Community College,
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, B A, 1971 Served in Maryland Army
National Guard, 1965-1971 Former president, Catonsville Recreation and Parks
Council, 1973 -1975 Founder and past president. New Democratic Club, First
District, Baltimore County Member, Ridgeway-Consolidated-English Consul
Democratic Clubs Board member, Citizens Opposed to Metropolitan Boulevard
Member, Community Planning Association of Catonsville, associate member,
Arbutus Community Association, member. Governor's Task Force on Mental
Health Support Systems, Baltimore County Mental Health Advisory Committee,
Mental Health Association of Metropolitan Baltimore, Inc Member, Board of
Trustees, University of Maryland Alumni Association Member of the House of
Delegates, 1975-1979 Member of the Senate since 1979 District office 754
Frederick Rd, Baltimore 21228, tel 788-3096 Annapolis office 211 James Bldg,
21401, tel 269-3448

FRANCIS X. KELLY, Democrat, District 5 Born in Brooklyn, N Y, November
18, 1939 Attended Pennsylvania parochical schools, Villanova University, BS in
Economics, 1961 Independent businessman Served in Army National Guard - Nike
Missiles, 1962-1967 Member, US Justice Department's Law Enforcement
Advisory Agency (Armored Car Committee, 1976), Baltimore County Government's
Tax Force on Property Tax Reform, 1974 -1975 Served as chairman, Advisory
Committee on Education legislative chairman, Ridgely Junior High School PTA
Executive Board, active member. Pot Spring Elementary School PTA Founder and
first president, Maryland Foster Parents Association, member, Maryland State
Advisory Board on Foster Care Timonium-Cockeysville Jaycees' "Outstanding
Young Man" Award Married, 5 children District office 124 Tregarone Rd,
Timonium 21093, tel 252-4366 Annapolis office 308 James Bldg, 21401, tel

SIDNEY KRAMER, Democrat, District 19 Born in Washington, D C , July 8 1925
Attended Washington, D C , public schools, George Washington University Member,
Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, 1965-1966, Montgomery
County Council, 1970-1974 (vice-president, 1974), Montgomery County
representative to Region IV Board of Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement
and the Administration of Justice, 1971 -1974, chairman, Public Safety Policy
Committee, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 1972 - 1974, member,
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Task Force for Water Resources
Planning and Management, 1972 Former vice-chairman, Executive Committee,
Montgomery United Way, president, Montgomery Chamber of Commerce, director-
at-large, Maryland Association for Retarded Citizens Present member, Board of
Directors, Boys and Girls Club of Silver Spring, board of trustees. Holy Cross
Hospital, board of directors, Temple Israel, vice-president. Rotary Club of Silver
Spring District office 11500 Gilsan St, Silver Spring 20902, tel 593-4525 Annapolis
office 212 James Bldg, 21401, tel 269-3860

JULIAN L. LAPIDES, Democrat, District 39 Born in Baltimore, September 17,
1931 Attended Baltimore public schools, The Johns Hopkins University, Towson
State College, BS, 1954, University of Maryland Law School, LLB, 1961
Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1965 Served with US Army, 1954-1956 Member,
Maryland Arts Council, Maryland Environmental Trust, Commission on Hereditary
Disorders President, Mount Royal Democratic Club Member, The Peale Museum,
Baltimore Museum of Art, Walters Art Gallery, Citizens' Advisory Project of the
Alcoholism Clinic of Baltimore City, Victorian Society in America Past president,
Maryland Kidney Foundation, regional vice-president. National Kidney Foundation,
1970- 1972 Married Member of the House of Delegates, 1963- 1967 Member of
the Senate since 1967 Chairman, Joint Committee on Metropolitan Mass Transit
Oversight Member, Budget and Taxation Committee, Joint Committee on Budget
and Audit, Commission on Intergovernmental Cooperation, Special Joint Committee
on Energy, Maryland State Planning Commission, National Conference of State
Legislatures Task Force on the Arts District office 809 Cathedral St, Baltimore
21201, tel 7524519 Annapolis office 116 Pres Wing, James Bldg, 21401, tel

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