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Maryland Manual, 1979-80
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KENNETH H. MASTERS, Democrat, District 13 Born in Washington, D C, Au-
gust 16, 1943 Attended Charlotte Hall School, Towson State College, B A, 1965,
University of Maryland School of Law, JD, 1972 Attorney Served in the US
Army, received Combat Infantryman's Badge, Aircraft Crewman's Badge, Vietnam
Service Ribbon, Air Medal, Bronze Star with "V" Device and Oak Leaf Cluster
Baltimore County Democratic State Central Committee, 1974 (2nd vice-chairman),
chairman. Democratic State Central Committee, 13th Legislative District, 1974
Member, Board of Directors, Lighthouse, Inc, member, Board of Managers, Hiber-
nian Society of Baltimore, member, Catonsville Business Association, American Le-
gion, VFW, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, English Consul Democratic Club, Consoli-
dated Democratic Club, Ridgeway Democratic Club, NDC-1 Associate member,
Arbutus Community Association, Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity International
Member, American, Maryland State, and Baltimore County Bar Associations, Mary-
land Trial Lawyers Association Member, Westchester Elementary School PTA
Married, 2 children Member of the House of Delegates since 1979 District office
One Newburg Ave, Catonsville 21228, tel 747-0407 Annapolis office 304 Lowe
Bldg , 21401, tel 269-2525

RICHARD C. MATTHEWS, Republican, District 5B Born in Hampstead, July 11,
1926 Attended Hampstead public schools, La Salle University Auto parts jobber
Member, Power Plant Siting Advisory Board Member, Carroll County Republican
State Central Committee, 1962-1966 Alternate delegate, Republican National
Convention, 1964 Member, Carroll County Economic Development Commission,
1958- 1962 Past president, Hampstead Chamber of Commerce Director, Hamp-
stead Bank Charter member, Hampstead Lions Club Member, Elks, Farm Bureau,
Izaak Walton League, St John's Methodist Church Married Member of the House
of Delegates since 1967 District office 1309 Taylor St, Hampstead 21074, tel
239-3400 Annapolis office 310 Lowe Bldg, 21401, tel 269-3272

LUCILLE MAURER, Democrat, District 19 Born in New York, NY, November
21, 1922 Attended Rockland County, N Y , public schools, University of North Car-
olina, A B, 1942, Yale University, M A, 1945 Economist Member, Montgomery
County Board of Education, 1960- 1968, Montgomery College Board of Trustees,
1960- 1968, Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967 - 1968, Governor's Com-
mission on Funding Public Education, 1977—, Governor's Task Force on Mental
Health Support Systems, 1977—, also, the Schifter Commission, 1975- 1977, the
Rosenberg Commission, 1973 - 1975, and the Lee Task Force, 1972, all on educa-
tion National Conference of State Legislatures, Education Committee since 1974 and
Committee chair, 1978— Member, Servicemen's Opportunity Colleges Advisory
Committee, 1978—, National Council on Postsecondary Accreditation, 1974—,
Education Commission of the States, Education Finance Center, Advisory Commit-
tee, 1977 — The World Who's Who of Women. 1978, Who's Who in American Poli-
tics, 1975, Who's Who in Government, 1975, Personalities of the South. 1975 Married
Member of the House of Delegates since 1969 Vice-chair, Montgomery County Dele-
gation, 1972-1978, chair. Education Subcommittee, Ways and Means, 1975—,
chair. Commission on Intergovernmental Cooperation, 1978 Annapolis office 223
Lowe Bldg , 21401, tel 269-2651

WILLIAM R. McCAFFREY, Democrat, District 28 Born in Washington, DC,
July 28, 1934 Attended Washington, DC, public schools, Southeastern University,
Pennsylvania State University Telephone company communications systems repre-
sentative, sportscaster and sports columnist Served in the US Navy Reserve Mem-
ber, Brandywine, Ft Washington, Surratts, Seventh District, Nottingham, and Marl-
borough Democratic Clubs Member, Telephone Pioneers of America, Surratt
Society, Legislative Study Group Member, Elks, Moose, American Legion, Mary-
land-Delaware Press Association Professional Basketball Writers Association of
America Received Lions Club Presidential Appreciation Award, Lackey High
School Citizenship Award, Greater Waldorf Jaycees Appreciation Award, 1978
Twentieth Coach Award, VFW Voice of Democracy Citation Master of ceremonies,
Prince George's Special Olympics Married Member of the House of Delegates since
1975 District office 12405 Lytton Ave, Brandywine 20613, tel 372-6786 Annapo-
lis office 206 Lowe Bldg , 21401, tel 269-2741

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