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Maryland Manual, 1979-80
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LEWIS R. RILEY, Republican, District 36. Born in Parsonsburg, February 19,
1935. Attended Wicomico Senior High School. Farmer; poultryman; businessman.
Wicomico County Council (president four years; vice-president four years); president,
Maryland Association of Counties, 1973; Advisory Board of Holly Center;
Wicomico County Recreation Commission; Delmarva Advisory Council; director,
Wicomico Nursing Home, Board of Trustees, Peninsula General Hospital Medical
Center; director, Wicomico Teen-Adult Center for the Retarded. Member and past
president, Parsonsburg Volunteer Fire Department; past president, PTA; board
member, Wicomico Unit, Cancer Society. Past recipient, Wicomico Outstanding
Young Farmer, 1961; American Farm Degree, 1956. Married; 3 children. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1979. District office: Box 130, Parsonsburg 21849; tel.
742-6381. Annapolis office: 412 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-3077.

DONALD B. ROBERTSON, Democrat, District 18. Born in Washington, D.C.,
October 6, 1931. Attended Washington, D.C., and Montgomery County public
schools; Oberlin College, A.B., 1953; Columbia University School of Law, LL.B.,
1958. U.S. Naval officer, 1953- 1955. Governor's Commission to Study the Law of
the Public Service Commission (1977 — ); Governor's Task Force on Court Unifica-
tion (1975 - 1977); Task Force on Campaign Financing (1975 - 1976). Chairman,
Committee on Rules, Legislative Study Group (1976 — ); Ethics Committee, Mary-
land Democratic Party (1977—); Ethics and Elections Committee, National Con-
ference of State Legislatures (1975—); chairman, Subcommittee on Elections Law
Administration (1977—). Vice-chairman, Citizens' Committee of Chevy Chase,
Section III (1968 - 1971). Area vice-president and board member. Western Suburban
Democratic Club (1969— 1971). Oberlin College Alumni Committee on Admissions
(1965 -1973). Co-author of "Recent Developments in Natural Gas Regulation by
the FPC" (1965). Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1971. Chairman,
Montgomery County Delegation since 1972. House Majority Leader since 1979. Dis-
trict office: 7003 Delaware St., Chevy Chase 20015; tel. 785-2081. Annapolis office:
313 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-3166.

FRANK C. ROBEY, JR., Democrat, District 44. Born in Baltimore, April 26, 1936.
Attended Baltimore public schools; Western Maryland College, A.B., 1957; Loyola
College, M.Ed., 1963; The Johns Hopkins University, Certificate of Advanced Study
in Education; University of Wisconsin; University of Puget Sound; Wisconsin State
University. Educational administrator. Served in the U.S. Army. Delegate, Constitu-
tional Convention of Maryland, 1967— 1968. Member, Governor's Commission on
Structure and Governance of Education; board of trustees, Maryland Historical
Trust. Member, board of managers, North Baltimore Y.M.C.A. Member, Original
Northwood Association; Third District Citizens for Good Government. Received nu-
merous service awards. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1971. Dis-
trict office: 4909A Belair Rd., Baltimore 21206; Tel. 483-4444. Annapolis office: 314
Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-2726.

IDA G. RUBEN, Democrat, District 20. Born and attended public schools in Washing-
ton, D.C. Seminars and workshops in Human Relations, Group Dynamics, Leadership,
Sensitivity Training, Behavior Modification, Psychology of Personality. Past president,
B'nai B'rith Women District V. Elected International Treasurer of B'nai B'rith Women
after serving two terms on the International Board. Former National Anti-Defamation
League Commissioner and present member of the National ADL Advisory Committee.
Former CVS Commissioner. National Hillel Commissioner. Montgomery County Ad
Hoc Committee to Study the Status of Women. White House Conferences on Youth,
Handicapped and Aging. Legal Aid Society. Service Guild of Washington. Lawyer's
Wives of Montgomery County. Women's Political Caucus. HEW Panelist on Medicaid.
Conducted and moderated Leadership and Community Services Workshops. State
Democratic Party Ethics Committee. Democratic Precinct Chairperson, 1967- 1974.
Democratic Clubs. Active in all presidential, senatorial, congressional, gubernatorial,
and local election campaigns since 1963. Married; four sons. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1975. Member, Economic Matters Committee; Open Space Committee.
District office: 11 Schindler Ct., Silver Spring 20903; tel. 439-2332. Annapolis office; 222
Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-2651.

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