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Full text of "Public officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts"

1973-1974 

Public Officers 

of the 

COMMONWEALTH 

of 
MASSACHUSETTS 




Prepared and printed under authority of 
Section 18 of Chapter 5 of the General Laws 

by 
NORMAN L. PIDGEON 

Senate Clerk and Parliamentarian 
and 

WALLACE C. MILLS 

Clerk of the House of Representatives 



SENATORS 

AND 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FROM 

MASSACHUSETTS 

IN THE 

CONGRESS 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES 



U. S. SENATE 





EDWARD M. KENNEDY 

Hyannisport, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 22, 1932. 

Education: Milton Acad.; Harvard College; Int. 
Law School, The Hague; Univ. of Virginia 
Law School; Hon. degrees: Emanuel; Lowell 
Tech.; Assumption; Suffolk; Boston College; 
Northeastern; Santa Clara; Boston Univ. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Trustee: Boston Univ.; North- 
eastern Univ.; Children's Hosp.; Lahey Clinic; 
Mus. of Science; John F. Kennedy Memorial 
Library, Exec. Bd.; Bd. of Visitors Fletcher 
School of Law and Diplomacy. 

Public office: United States Senate 1962-'64 
(to fill vacancy), 1965-76, (Majority Whip) 
1 969-7 1. 



U. S. SENATE 




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EDWARD W. BROOKE 

535 Beacon St., Newton Centre, Republican. 
Born: Washington, D. C, Oct. 26, 1919. 

Education: Howard University B.S. 1940; Bos- 
ton University LL.B. 1948, LL.M. 1949. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Military: Captain, U. S. Army (World War II) 
Infantry. 

Organizations: AMVETS; Fellow of American 
Bar Assn.; Chrm. Bd. Boston Opera Com- 
pany; Trustee, Boston University. 

Public office: Boston Fin. Comm. (chm.); Mass. 
Attorney General 1963-'66; United States 
Senate 1967-78. 



U. S. HOUSE 




EDWARD P. BOLAND 

100 Mooreland St., Springfield, 2nd District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Oct. 1, 1911. 

Education: Classical High School; Bay Path 
Institute; Boston College Law School, 

Public office: Mass. House 1935-'40; Hampden 
County Register of Deeds 1941 -'52; Repre- 
sentative in Congress (83rd - 93rd) 1953-74. 



U. S. HOUSE 




JAMES ANTHONY BURKE 

55 Brook Hill Rd., Milton, 11th District 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Mar. 30, 1910. 

Education: Edmund P. Tileston Grammar 
School; Boston English High School; Lincoln 
Preparatory; Suffolk University Law School. 

Business: Real estate. 

Organizations: Veteran of Foreign Wars; Amer- 
ican Legion; AMVETS; Knights of Columbus; 
Eagles. 

Public office: Boston City Registrar 1938-'40; 
Mass. House 1937-'38, 1947-'54; Representa- 
tive in Congress (86th- 93rd) 1959-74. 



U. S. HOUSE 





SILVIO O. CONTE 

Blythewood Drive, Pittsfield, 1st District, 
Republican. 

Born: Pittsfield, Nov. 9, 1921. 

Education: Pittsfield public schools; Boston Col- 
lege; Boston College Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion; National Coun- 
cil, Boy Scouts of America; Knights of Colum- 
bus; Disabled Amer. Veterans; Director, 
Pittsfield Girls club; Member of the Board, 
The Roper Center; Hillcrest Hospital; Frank- 
lin Co. Hospital; Republican Club. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1951 -'58; Represen- 
tative in Congress (86th-93rd) 1959-74. 



U. S. HOUSE 




PAUL W. CRONIN 

8 Punchard Avenue, Andover, 5th District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boston, Mar. 14, 1938. 

Education: B.U. (Gov. & Econ.); J.F.K. Grad. 
School of Gov. (Master's-Pub. Ad.); Harvard 
University. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: D.A.V. (Nat. Ser. Award); An- 
dover Jaycees (Man of Year- 1964); Greater 
Lawrence Young Rep. (Dis. Ser. Commen.- 
1965); Cong. Campaign Comm. (NE coordi- 
nator); USFPA (future national leader). 

Public office: Andover selectman (3 years); 
Mass. House 1967-'70; Del. to State Rep. 
Conv. since 1962; Del. to National Rep. Conv.- 
1968; Representative in Congress (93rd) 
1973-74. 



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U. S. HOUSE 




HAROLD D. DONOHUE 

82 Forest St., Worcester, 3rd District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, June 18, 1901. 

Education: Worcester public schools; North- 
eastern School of Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Worcester County Bar Assn.; 
Elks; Eagles; Knights of Columbus; Hiber- 
nians; Emmett Associates; American Legion; 
Wachusett Country Club. 

Public office: Councilman; Alderman (President) 
Acting Mayor of Worcester; Board of Trustees 
Worcester City Hospital and Belmont Hos- 
pital; Representative in Congress (80th - 93rd) 
1947-74. 



U. S. HOUSE 



11 




ROBERT FREDERICK DRINAN 

140 Commonwealth Ave., Newton, 4th District, 
Democrat, 

Born: Boston, Nov. 15, 1920. 

Education: A.B., M.A., Boston College; LL.B., 
LL.M., Georgetown Univ.; S.T.L., Gregorian 
Univ., Rome, 1954; Florence, Italy, 1954-'55. 

Profession: Professor; Lawyer. 

Organizations: Dean, Boston College Law 
School, 1958-1970; Boston, Mass. and Ameri- 
can Bar Assoc; Judicature Soc; Law Inst.; 
Soc. for Legal History; Assn. of Law Schools; 
Nat. Conf. of Lawyers and Social Workers; 
Ch., Advisory Comm. for Mass. to U.S. 
Comm. on Civil Rights; Acad, of Arts and 
Science; Nat'l Comm. for Broadcasting. 

Public office: Representative in Congress (92nd- 
93rd) 1971-74. 



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U. S. HOUSE 




MICHAEL JOSEPH HARRINGTON 

Bayview Ave., Beverly, 6th District, Democrat. 
Born: Salem, Sept. 2, 1936. 

Education: Harvard College; Harvard Law 
School; Harvard Graduate School of Public 
Administration. 

Profession: U.S. Congressman; Attorney, Ronan 
and Harrington, Salem. 

Organizations: Corporator of Salem Hospital; 
Corporator of Salem Savings Bank; Historic 
Salem, Inc. 

Public office: Councilman, Salem City Council 
1960-'63; Mass. House 1964-'69; Democratic 
State Committeeman, 2nd Essex District 
1968; Representative in Congress (91st-93rd) 
1969-74. 



U. S. HOUSE 



13 




MARGARET M. HECKLER 

30 Colburn Road, Wellesley, 10th District, 
Republican. 

Born: Flushing, New York, June 21, 1931. 

Education: A.B. Albertus Magnus College, New 
Haven, Conn.; LL.B. Boston College Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. Trial Lawyer's Assn; Bos- 
ton Bar Assn. 

Public office: Governor's Council 1963-'66; Rep- 
resentative in Congress (90th-93rd) 1967-'74. 



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U. S. HOUSE 





JOHN JOSEPH MOAKLEY 

1812 Columbia Rd., Boston (South), 9th 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Apr. 27, 1927. 

Education: South Boston High School; Univ. 

of Miami; Suffolk Law School. 
Profession: Lawyer. 
Organizations: American Legion; Veterans of 

Foreign Wars; Disabled American Veterans; 

Knights of Columbus; Mass. Trial Lawyers 

Assn. 

Public office: Ward Committee 1956-'70; Mass. 
House 1953-60; Mass. Senate 1965-70; Bos- 
ton City Council 1971-72; Representative in 
Congress (93rd) 1973-74. 



U. S. HOUSE 



15 




TORBERT HART MACDONALD 

63 Appleton St., Maiden, 7th District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, June 6, 1917. 

Education: Medford High School; Phillips 
Andover Academy; Harvard College; Harvard 
Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: V.F.W.; American Legion; 
D.A.V.; AMVETS; Pius X 4th Degree K. of 
C; Moose; Elks; Ancient Order of Hibernians; 
Irish-American Club of Maiden; Holy Name 
Society; Massachusetts and Federal Bar As- 
sociations. 

Public office: Representative in Congress (84th- 

93rd) 1955-'74. 



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U. S. HOUSE 




THOMAS P. O'NEILL, Jr. 

26 Russell St., Cambridge, 8th District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Dec. 9, 1912. 

Education: St. John's High School; Boston 

College. 
Occupation: Insurance and real estate. 
Organizations: Clover Club-Charitable Irish; 

Knights of Columbus; Elks; Knights of 

St. Finbar. 

Public office: Democratic Ward and City Com- 
mittee 1936-'50; Democratic State Commit- 
teeman 1944-'52; Cambridge School Com- 
mittee 1946-'47; Mass. House 1937-'52 
(Speaker 1949-'52); Representative in Con- 
gress (83rd-93rd) 1953-74; Democratic Whip 
1971-72; Majority Floor Leader 1973-74. 



U. S. HOUSE 



17 




GERRY E. STUDDS, Jr. 

16 Black Horse Lane, Cohasset, 12 District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Mineola, New York, May 12, 1937. 

Education: Cohasset public schools; Derby Acad- 
emy; Yale University (B.A. in American 
studies, 1959; M.A.T. in History, 1961). 

Profession: Educator. 

Public office: Foreign Service Officer; Dept. of 
State 1961 -'62; President Kennedy's White 
House Staff (Executive Assistant, Domestic 
Peace Corps) 1962-63; Delegate and Plat- 
form Comm. mem., 1968 Dem. Nat. Conv.; 
Representative in Congress (93rd) 1973-'74. 



THE 

EXECUTIVE 

DEPARTMENT 



20 



GOVERNOR 



1 





FRANCIS W. SARGENT 

Farm St., Dover, Republican. 

Born: Hamilton, July 29, 1915. 
Education: Noble and Greenough, M.I.T. 
Business: Owner, Goose Hummock Shop, Inc., 

Orleans. 
Organizations: Museum of Science; Tr. N.E. 

Aquarium; Adv. Bd. Member, Cape Cod 

Community College. 

Public office: Dir. Div. of Marine Fisheries 
1947-"56; Com'r. Internal. Comm. for North- 
west Atlantic Fisheries 1951-'62; Com'r. of 
Natural Resources 1956-'59; U. S. Outdoor 
Rec. Resources Review Comm. 1959-'62; Dir. 
Div. of Fisheries and Game 1963; D.P.W. 
Com'r. 1963-'66;Lt.-Governor 1967-'70; (Act- 
ing Governor) 1969-'70; Governor 1971 -'74. 



LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 21 




DONALD R. DWIGHT 

46 Decatur Lane, Wayland, Republican. 

Born: Holyoke, March 26, 1931. 

Education: Holyoke public schools: Deerfield 
Academy 1949; Princeton University, A.B., 
1953. 

Profession: Newspaper executive. 

Organizations: Sigma Delta Chi (Journalism 
Soc); Appalachian Mt. Club; Marine Corps 
League; Old Sturbridge Village (trustee); 
Trustees of The Reservations; Marine Corps 
Reserve Officers Assn.; Eastern Region, Nat. 
Conf. of Lt. Gov. (Vice Ch.); Mass. Audubon 
Society. 

Public office: Associate Commissioner. Dept. of 
Public Works, 1963-'66; Commissioner of 
Administration and Finance 1969-^70; Lieu- 
tenant Governor 1971 -'74. 



22 




JOHN FRANCIS XAVIER DAVOREN 

180 Purchase St., Miltord, Democrat. 

Born: Milford, July 27, 1915. 

Education: St. Mary's High School; Holy Cross 
College B.S., Ed.; Portia Law School LL.B.; 
Calvin Coolidge College (Honorary Doc- 
torate of Political Science). 

Organizations: V.F.W.; Am. Legion; Disabled 
Am. Veterans; Holy Name Society; St. Mary's 
Alumni Assn.; K. of C; U.S. Naval Reserve. 

Public office: Mass. House 1955-'67 (Speaker 
1965-'67); Secretary of State (to fill vacanpy) 
1967-'70, 1971-74. 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 



23 





ROBERT H. QUINN 

32 Auckland St., Boston (Dorchester), 
Democrat 

Born: Boston, Jan. 30, 1928. 

Education: Boston College High School; Boston 
College A.B. '52; Harvard Law School LL.B. 
'55. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus; Boston 
College Alumni Assn.; Boston College Var- 
sity Club; Harvard Law School Assn. of 
Mass.; American, Mass. and Boston Bar 
Assns.; Mass. Legislators Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1957-'69 (Speaker 
1967-'69); Attorney General (to fill vacancy) 
1969-'70, 1971-'74. 



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TREASURER 




ROBERT QUENTIN CRANE 

7 Mountview Rd., Wellesley, Democrat. 

Born: Providence, R. I., Mar. 21, 1926. 

Education: Boston English High School; Bos- 
ton College. 

Organizations: Veterans of Foreign Wars; 
American Legion; Knights of Columbus; 
Catholic Alumnae Sodality; Boston College 
Alumni. 

Public office: Ward 22 Democratic Committee; 
Mass. House 1957-'64; Treasurer and Receiv- 
er General 1964 (to fill vacancy), 1965-74. 



AUDITOR 25 



THADDEUS BUCZKO 

47 Butler St., Salem, Democrat. 

Born: Salem, Feb. 23, 1926. 

Education: Salem High School; Norwich Univ. 
B.A.; Boston Univ. School of Law LL.B.; 
Boston Univ. College of Liberal Arts; North- 
eastern Univ. Graduate School of Law; Bent- 
ley School of Accounting and Finance. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion; V.F.W.; 
AMVETS; Mass. & Boston Bar Assns; K of 
C; Reserve Officers Assoc; Nat'l Assn. of 
Postmasters of U.S.; Inst, of Internal Audi- 
tors; Christopher Columbus Maint. League. 

Public office: Salem City Council; Mass. House 
1959-'64; Auditor 1964 (to fill vacancy) 
1965-70, 1971-74. 



THE 

EXECUTIVE 

COUNCIL 



28 



COUNCIL 




G. EDWARD BRADLEY 

355 Broadv/ay, Somerville, 6th District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Oct. 21, 1906. 

Education: Somerville High School; Fordham 
University; Mass. College of Optometry. 

Profession: Optometrist. 

Organizations: Mass. Soc. of Optometrists; 
Legislators Assoc; Elks; Holy Name Soc; 
Moose; Past Pres., Mass. College of Optome- 
try; Vet. Boxers Assoc; Somerville Crib. 
League; Pres. N. E. A.A.U. 

Public office: School Committee (7 yrs.); Bd. of 
Aldermen (4 yrs.) (Pres.); Mass. House 1937- 
'40, 1953-'64; Mayor (6 yrs.); Water Comr. 
2 yrs.); Council 1965-74. 



COUNCIL 29 



1 



HERBERT L. CONNOLLY 

80 Claremont Street, Newton, 2nd 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Brookline, Feb. 28, 1922. 

Education: Boston Public Schools; Boston Univ. 

Business: Connolly Buick Co. (Pres.); Garden 
City Realty Comp.; Comm. Dodge, Sales 
(Pres.); Edwards of Canada Ltd. (Pres.). 

Organizations: American Legion (40 & 8); 
AMVETS; V.F.W.; 100 Club; U.C.P. Assns. 
of Boston and Mass.; K. of C; Denver Jewish 
Hosp.; Kennedy Mem. Hosp.; Brighton High 
Sch. Adv. Bd. (Chm.); Celtic Cultural Soc; 
N. E. Assoc, of Police Chiefs (Hon.); Y.E.A.; 
Mass. Kidney Found.; Dem. Club of Suffolk 
County; Newton Dem. Cent. Comm.; Newton 
Hist. Comm. 

Public office: Council 1969-74. 



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COUNCIL 




GEORGE F. CRONIN, Jr. 

58 Cerdan Ave., Boston (West Roxbury), 3rd 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 29, 1937. 

Education: Boston College High School; Univ. 
of Notre Dame; Suffolk Univ. Graduate 
School; New England School of Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. Trial Lawyer's Assn.; 
Mass. and Fed. Bar Assns.; District of Colum- 
bia Bar; Notre Dame Club. 

Public office: Democratic State Committee 1960- 
'64; Council 1965-'74. 



COUNCIL 



31 




THOMAS J. LANE 

92 Abbott St., Lawrence, 5th District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, July 6, 1898. 

Education: Lawrence public schools; Suffolk 

Univeristy Law School LL.B. 
Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion; Lawrence, 
Mass. and Federal Bar Assns. 

Public office: Mass. House 1927-'38; Mass. 
Senate 1939-'41 (resigned to fill vacancy in 
Congress); Representative in Congress (77th 
to 87th) 1941-'62; Council 1965-74. 



32 



COUNCIL 




A 




i^^ 



PATRICK J. Mcdonough 

135 Granite Ave., Boston (Dorchester), 4th 
District, Democrat. 
Born: South Boston, April 29, 1911. 

^?3'year;.)T"*''^' ''^^^^'' '^"^^^^^ 
Business: Real Estate and Insurance. 

^loston'rr' ^"i^^^^ °f Columbus; 
Boston Citizens Assn. 

Public office: Democratic State Committee- 
Mass. House 1941 -'46; Council 1947 74 ' 






on law 



South 



COUNCIL 



33 





.4 



WILLIAM JOSEPH McMANUS 

21 Elnora Drive, Worcester, 7th District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Sept. 22, 1929. 

Education: Nazareth Orphanage, Leicester; St. 
John's High School, Worcester; Worcester 
State College M.Ed.; Boston College Law 
School, Juris Doctor. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. Bar Assn.; Worcester 
County Bar Assn.; Director, YMCA; Worces- 
ter Lodge of Elks; Alhambra Council, Knights 
of Columbus. 

Public office: Worcester City Council 1965, 
1967, 1969; Council 1971-74. 



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COUNCIL 




NICHOLAS WILFRED MITCHELL 

105 Garden St., Fall River, 1st District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Jan. 15, 1913. 

Education: Fall River Schools; Private tutoring 

in Pharmacy. 
Business: Registered pharmacist; Executive Di- 
rector, Fall River Industrial Comm. 

Organizations: Elks; K. of C; Moose; Ahepa; 
Mass. Pharm. Assn.; Civic League Franco 
American; Kiwanis Club; Fall River and 
Southeastern Mass. Druggist Assns.; Amer- 
ican Legion; AMVETS; Franco American 
Vets; V.F.W.; D.A.V. 

Public office: Board of Public Welfare; Fall 
River City Council 1961-'67; Mayor 1968-72; 
Council 1965-74. 



COUNCIL 



35 




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EDWARD M. O'BRIEN 

10 Dragon Circle, Easthampton, 8th District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Northampton, March 30, 1933. 

Education: Williston Academy; Yale Univer- 
sity B.A.; Boston College Law School LL.B. 
Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Hampshire, Hampden and Mass. 
Bar Assns; Knights of Columbus; Easthamp- 
ton Pulaski Club; Easthampton Democratic 
Town Committee; Western Mass. Cystic 
Fibrosis Foundation. 

Public office: Secretary to the Governor 1958- 
'61; Hampshire Countv Commissioner 1968- 
73'; Council 1971-'74. ' 



THE 

SENATE 

OF THE 

GENERAL COURT 

OF 
MASSACHUSETTS 



38 



SENATE 




KEVIN BRIAN HARRINGTON 

21 Fairview Rd., Salem, 2nd Essex District, 
Democrat, President of the Senate. 

Born: Salem, Jan. 9, 1929. 

Education: St. Louis University; Suffolk Law 
School. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Occupation: Real estate. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus; Elks, 

Public office: City Council 1957-'59; Mass, 
Senate 1 959-74 (Democratic floor leader 
1965-70); President 1971-74. 



SENATE 39 



A 



CHESTER G. ATKINS 

21 Seneca Road, Acton, 5th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Geneva, Switzerland, April 14, 1948. 

Education: Antioch College, B.A. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-72; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1973-74. 



40 



SENATE 








JOHN F. AYLMER 

Tern Lane, Centerville, Cape, Plymouth and 
Islands District, Republican. 

Born: Hyannis (Barnstable), Jan. 27, 1934. 

Education: Barnstable public schools; Admiral 
Billard Academy; Mass. Maritime Academy 
B.S.; Bridgewater State College M.Ed. 

Profession: Selectman and Assessor. 

Organizations: YMCA; Cape Cod Mental 
Health; Mid Cape Lions Club; U.S.N.R. 

Public office: Selectman; Assessor; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1971-74. 



SENATE 



41 




JACK H. BACKMAN 

61 Arlington Road, Brookline, Norfolk and 
Suffolk District, Democrat. 

Born: Saugus, April 26, 1922. 

Education: Syracuse University A.B.; Harvard 

Law School J.D. 
Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass., Norfolk and Boston Bar 
Associations; Director, Boston-Brookline 
Health Resources Org.; Parker Hill-Fenway 
APAC; Humanity House, Inc.; Citizens for 
Participation in Political Action (CPPAX); 
Temple Emeth. 

Public office: Brookline Housing Authority 
1961-'66; Mass. House 1965-70; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1971-74. 



42 



SENATE 




ROGER LEO BERNASHE 

344 Prospect St., Chicopee, 2nd Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Chicopee, Sept. 9, 1927. 

Education: Chicopee High School. 

Profession: Insurance; Real Estate. 

Organizations: Director, Sunshine Village; 
Democratic City Committee; Chamber of 
Commerce; Beavers Club (Holyoke); Knights 
of Columbus; League of Sacred Heart; Amer- 
ican Legion; AMVETS; Elks; Moose; Chico- 
pee Insurance Agents Assn. and Board of 
Realtors; National Board of Reahors. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee; Mass. 
House 1959-70; Mass. Senate 1971-74. 



SENATE 



43 



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WALTER J. BOVERINI 

18 Western Ave., Lynn, 1st Essex District, 
Democratic. 

Born: Lynn, June 5, 1925. 

Education: Lynn Classical High School; Boston 
College. 

Profession: School teacher. 

Organizations: AMVETS; Knights of Columbus; 
Greater Lynn Italian Community Center; 
Holy Family Church (advisory board). 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-72; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1973-74. 



44 



SENATE 




ANNA P. BUCKLEY 

16 Rutland Square, Brockton, Plymouth 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Brockton, March 21, 1924. 

Education: St. Patrick's High School; Williams 
School of Business; Stonehill College; Bridge- 
water State College. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Plymouth County Democratic 
League; American Legion. 

Public office: Brockton City Council 1972-73; 
Secretary of Democratic State Committee; 
Mass. Senate 1973-74. 



SENATE 



45 




WILLIAM M. BULGER 

828 East Third St., Boston (South), 3rd Suffolk 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 2, 1934. 

Education: John Boyle O'Reilly School; John 
A. Andrew; Roger Clapp; Thomas M. Hart; 
Boston College High School; Boston College; 
Boston College Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Boston College Law School 
Alumni Council (President); Knights of Co- 
lumbus. 

Public office: Mass. House 1961-70; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1971-74. 



46 



SENATE 




JOHN W. BULLOCK 

196 Jason Street, Arlington, 6th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Arlington, March 13, 1929. 

Education: Arlington Public Schools; St. John's 
Cambridge. 

Profession: Business administrator and real estate 
investments. 

Organizations: Arlington Chamber of Com- 
merce; Mass. Selectmen's Assoc; Arlington 
Catholic Father's Assoc; Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public office: Town meeting member (Chair- 
man); Board of Selectmen (Chairman), 
Arlington. 



SENATE 



47 




EDWARD LAWRENCE BURKE 

1325 Worcester Rd., Framingham, Middlesex 
and Worcester District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, April 16, 1943. 

Education: St. Sebastian's School (Newton); 
University of Notre Dame B.A. '65; Woodrow 
Wilson School; Princeton University M.P.A. 
'67. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1971 -'74. 



48 



SENATE 




JOHN JOSEPH CONTE 

18 Dorothy Ave., Worcester, 2nd Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, May 3, 1930. 

Education: Holy Cross College; New England 
School of Law; Suffolk Law (graduate 
courses); Assumption College (graduate 
courses). 

Profession: Teacher and Lawyer. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1963-74. 



SENATE 



49 




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JOSEPH J. C. DICARLO 

81 Pearl Ave., Revere, 1st Suffolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Mar. 21, 1936. 

Education: Immaculate Conception High School; 
Boston College B.A.; Boston University M.Ed. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus; Moose; 
Mass. Teachers' Assn.; Elks; Sons of Italy. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-'68; Mass. 
Senate 1969-74; (Assistant Democratic Floor 
Leader 1971 -'74). 



50 



SENATE 




IRVING FISHMAN 

1457 Beacon St., Newton (Waban), 8th 
Middlesex District, Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, March 29, 1921. 
Education: Boston University. 
Profession: Lawyer. 

Public oflfice: Mass. House 1963-70; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1971-74. 



SENATE 51 







DANIEL J. FOLEY 

35 Revere St., Worcester, 1st Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, April 6, 1921. 

Education: St. Stephen's High School; Life 

Underwriters Training Council; Holy Cross 

Institute of Industrial Relations. 
Organizations: American Legion; Knights of 

Columbus; Emerald Club; First Friday Club; 

Elks; Hibernians; National Assoc, of Life 

Underwriters; Local 75, Insurance Workers, 

AFL-CIO; I.T.A.M. Club; P.N.I. Club. 
Public office: Worcester City Council 1964-'68 

(Vice-Mayor 1966-'67); Mass. Senate 1969- 

'74. 



52 



SENATE 




MARY L. FONSECA 

400 David St., Fall River, 2nd Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Mar. 30, 1915. 

Education: B. M. C. Durfee High School '32. 

Occupation: Secretary. 

Organizations: Delta Kappa Gamma Soc; 
Quota Club; Catholic Women's Club of Fall 
River; Corky Row Club Aux.; Business and 
Prof. Women's Club of Boston; Daughters of 
Isabella; Exchangettes; Women on Wheels; 
Greater Fall River Dem. Club; Women's 
Dem. Club of Greater Fall River; Dem. City 
Comm. 

Public office: Fall River School Com. 1945-'53 
(vice-chrm. 1952-'53); Mass. Senate 1953-'74. 



SENATE 



53 





ROBEKT A. HALL 

166 Cross Road, Lunenburg, 3rcl. Worcester 
District, Republican. 

Born: Philadelphia, Penn., April 15, 1946. 

Education: Collingswood High School, Collings- 
wood, N.J.; Mount Wachusett Community 
College; University of Massachusetts. 

Profession: Politician. 

Organizations: Mass. Audubon Society; Ameri- 
can Legion Post 283; VFW Post 7388; Lunen- 
burg Town Republican Committee; Who's 
Who in American Junior Colleges; Phi Theta 
Kappa National Honor Fraternity; Phi Sigma 
Alpha National Political Science Honor 
Society. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1973-74. 



54 



SENATE 




JAMES A. KELLY, Jr. 

1186 Stafford St., Oxford, 4th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, May 11, 1926. 

Education: Becker Junior College; Clark Uni- 
versity B.B.A. '50. 

Occupation: Certified public accountant. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus; Veterans 
of Foreign Wars; American Legion; Lions; 
Century Sportmen's Club; Elks. 

Public office: Leicester School Committee (one 
term); Oxford-Rochdale Sewer District (clerk 
and treasurer); Mass. House 1959-'64; Mass. 
Senate 1965-74. 



SENATE 



55 




ARTHUR JOSEPH LEWIS, JR. 

339 Pond Street, Boston (Jamaica Plain), 
4th Suffolk District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 3, 1934. 

Education: St. Thomas Aquinas School; Boston 
College High School; Boston College A.B.; 
Boston State College M.Ed; J.D., New En- 
gland School of Law. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Disabled American Veterans; St. 
Andrew's Men's Club; Jamaica Plain Com- 
munity Council. 

Public office: Mass. House 1967-'72; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1973-'74. 



56 



SENATE 




DAVID HENRY LOCKE 

15 Ordway Rd., Wellesley, Middlesex and 
Norfolk District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Aug. 4, 1927. 
Education: Wellesley public schools; Harvard 
College; Harvard Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass., Norfolk County and 

Boston Bar Assns.; Kiwanis; Toastmasters 

Club; State Club. 
Public office: "Republican Town Committee; 

Board of Selectmen; Mass. House 1961 -'68; 

Mass. Senate 1969-74. 



SENATE 



57 




RONALD C. MacKENZIE 

18 Spruce Hill Rd., Burlington, 7th Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Born: Waltham, May 3, 1934. 

Education: Winchester High School; Dartmouth 

College, A.B. (Economics); Suffolk Law 

School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Jaycees; Elks; Fairbanks Asso.; 
Conservation Commission; V.P., Mass. Kidney 
Foundation; Board of Governors, National 
Society of State Legislators. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1967-74. 



58 



SENATE 





FRANCIS X. McCANN 

19 Hutchinson St., Cambridge, 2nd Middlesex 
District, Democrat, 

Born: Port Glasgow, Scotland, Sept. 2, 1912. 

Education: St. Francis de Sales School (Rox- 
bury); Cambridge Evening High School. 

Occupation: Sales representative. 

Organizations: St. Peter's Holy Name Soc; 

Knights of Columbus; American Legion; 

Veterans of Foreign Wars; AMVETS; Int. 

Assn. of Machinists. 
Public office: Mass. Senate 1955-74. 



SENATE 



59 




STEPHEN JOHN McGRAIL 

65 Hopkins Street, Wakefield, 4th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Melrose, Sept. 23, 1948. 

Education: Wakefield High School; Northeastern 
University, B.S. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Mass. Selectmens Association; 
Middlesex County Selectmens Association. 

Public office: Board of Selectmen, Wakefield, 
1971-74; Mass. Senate 1973-74. 



60 



SENATE 




DENIS L. McKENNA 

16 Prospect Hill Ave., Somerville, 3rd Middle- 
sex District, Democrat. 

Born: Kerry, Ireland, Aug. 14, 1922. 

Education: Somerville public schools; New 
England School of Law LL.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks; Knights of Columbus; 
American Legion; Disabled American Veter- 
ans; V.F.W. 

Public office: Board of Aldermen (6 yrs.); ex- 
offico member Somerville School Committee; 
Mass. Senate 1961-74. 



SENATE 



61 




ALLAN ROBERT McKINNON 

78 Cottage Lane, Weymouth, Norfolk and 
Plymouth District, Democrat. 

Born: Weymouth, June 2, 1930. 

Education: Weymouth High Sch.; Tufts Univ.; 
Bridgewater State College; Northeastern Univ. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Holbrook Ed. Assn.; Mass. 
Teachers Assn.; National Education Assn. 

Public office: Bd. of Assessors 1963- (chair- 
man); Bd. of Public Works 1958-'63; Wey- 
mouth Comm. Against Discrimination 1969-; 
Democratic Town Comm. 1954- (ch. 1964- 
'68); Democratic State Comm. 1968-; Del. to 
Dem. State Conv. 1956-'58,-'60-'62-'64-'66-'70; 
Mass. Senate 1971-74. 



62 



SENATE 





GEORGE G. MENDONCA 

17 Jenkins Street, New Bedford, 3rd Bristol 
District, Democrat. 

Born: New Bedford, March 26, 1924. 

Education: New Bedford parochial and pubhc 
schools; Int'l. Correspondence School. 

Profession: Building contractor. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus; Moose; 
Eagles; American Legion; Veterans of For- 
eign Wars. 

Public office: City Council 1957-'59; Mass. 
House 1959-'64; Mass. Senate 1969-74. 



SENATE 63 






ANDREA F. NUCIFORO 

222 Velma Ave., Pittsfield, Berkshire District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Pittsfield, July 14, 1927. 

Education: Pittsfield High Vocational School; 
Scarborough on Hudson; Rutgers Univ.; Bos- 
ton Univ. School of Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Berkshire Bar Assn.; Assn. of 
Business and Commerce of Central Berk- 
shire County, Inc. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1965-74. 



64 



SENATE 




JOHN W. OLVER 

1333 West St., Amherst, Franklin and 
Hampshire District, Democrat. 

Born: Honesdale, Pa., Sept. 3, 1936. 

Education: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
B.S.; Tufts University M.S.; M.I.T. Ph.D. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Public office: Mass. House 1969-72; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1973-74. 



SENATE 



65 




JOHN FRANCIS PARKER 

28 Orchard St., Taunton, 1st Bristol and 
Plymouth District, Republican. 

Born: Boston (Dorchester), May 29, 1907. 

Education: Taunton public schools. 

Business: Newspaper. 

Organizations: Elks; Eagles; Knights of Colum- 
bus; Kiwanis. 

Public office: School Board (9 yrs.); Mayor 
(7 yrs.); Mass. Senate 1953-'74 (Republican 
Floor Leader), 1967-74. 



66 



SENATE 




JOHN M. QUINLAN 

1 1 Crestwood Circle, Norwood, Bristol, Norfolk, 
and Plymouth District, Republican, 

Born: Natick, July 11, 1935. 

Education: Dover public schools; Sacred Heart 

High School; Harvard College, A.B. 
Profession: Teacher. 
Public office: Mass. Senate 1965-74. 



SENATE 



67 




JAMES PAUL RURAK 

34 Margin St., Haverhill, 4th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Haverhill, Nov. 9, 1911. 
Education: Haverhill public schools. 
Business: Tri-R- Vendors, Inc. 

Organizations: American Legion; Veterans of 
Foreign Wars; Elks; Pulaski Club; Knights 
of Columbus; Kiwanis; St. Michael's Holy 
Name Society; Men of MerrimacK. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1959-74. 



68 



SENATE 





WILLIAM L. SALTONSTALL 

388 Summer St., Manchester, 3rd Essex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Chestnut Hill, May 14, 1927. 

Education: Harvard College; Harvard Business 
School. 

Occupation: Government. 

Public office: Mass. Senate 1967-74. 



SENATE 



69 




FREDERIC W. SCHLOSSTEIN, Jr. 

East Rd., Warren, Worcester, Hampden & 
Hampshire District, Democrat. 

Born: Newark, New Jersey, March 17, 1923. 

Education: Warren High School; Holy Cross 

College B.S. '49. 
Occupation: Tax accountant. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus; American 
Legion; Veterans of Foreign Wars; Quaboag 
Sportsmen's Club; Mass. Collectors and 
Treasurers Assn.; Mass. Assn. of Public 
Accountants. 

Public office: Town Treasurer; Collector of 
Taxes; Constable; Justice of the Peace; Mass. 
House 1965-72; Mass. Senate 1973-74. 



70 



SENATE 




ALAN D. SISITSKY 

54 Draper St., Springfield, Hampden and 
Berkshire District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, June 4, 1942. 

Education: Springfield public schools; Cornell 
University, Bachelor of Arts; Harvard Univer- 
sity Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 
Master of Arts in Political Science; Yale Law 
School, Bachelor of Laws. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Phi Beta Kappa; Lieutenant 
United States Naval Reserve; Boston Foreign 
Relations Committee; Mass., Hampden County 
and Boston Bar Associations; Springfield 
Boy's Club Alumni Association. 

Public office: Mass. House 1969-72; Mass. Sen- 
ate 1973-74. 



SENATE 



71 




JOSEPH F. TIMILTY 

53 Maryknoll Street, Boston, 5th Suffolk 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 3, 1938. 

Education: St. John's Preparatory School; Provi- 
dence College; Fellow, Harvard University; 
John F. Kennedy School of Government. 

Profession: Associate Professor, Boston Univer- 
sity Department of Urban Affairs. 

Organizations: Citizen's Housing Planning Asso- 
ciation-Board of Directors; Association for 
Mentally 111 Children; West Roxbury Park 
Association, Inc.-Board of Advisors. 

Public office: Boston City Council 1967-'71; 
Mass. Senate (special election) 1972; 1973- 
'74. 



72 



SENATE 




ARTHUR H. TOBIN 

58 Huntly Rd., Quincy, Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Quincy, May 22, 1930. 

Education: Quincy public schools; Boston Col- 
lege B.S./B.A.; Suffolk Law School J.D. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Federal, Mass. and Quincy Bar 
Assns.; U.S. Marine Corps League Caddy De- 
tachment; AMVETS. 

Public office: City Council 1968-'73 (president 
1970-73); City Assessor 1966-'67; Demo- 
cratic City Committee (chairman 1968-'73); 
Mass. House 1967-71; Mass. Senate (special 
election) 1971; 1973-74. 



SENATE 



73 




BERNARD JOSEPH TULLY 

12 Mountain view Drive, Dracut, 1st Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Jan. 4, 1927. 
Education: Boston University. 
Profession: Manufacturers' Agent. 

Organizations: 100 Club of Mass.; Lowell 
Lodge of Elks; Knights of Columbus; House- 
wares Club of N.E.; B.F.W. Veterans of 
Foreign Wars. 

Public office: Dracut Selectman; Mass. Senate 
1971-74. 



74 



SENATE 




MARIO UMANA 

17 Thurston St., Boston (East), 2nd Suffolk 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston (East Boston), May 5, 1914. 

Education: East Boston High School; Harvard 
College; Harvard Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion; Veterans of 
Foreign Wars; AMVETS; Knights of Colum- 
bus; Boston Bar Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1949-'52; Mass. 
Senate 1953-'58, 1961-'74 (Assistant Demo- 
cratic Floor Leader 1965-70); (Democratic 
Floor Leader 1971-74). 



SENATE 



75 




WILLIAM X. WALL 

179 Spruce St., Lawrence, 5th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Bom: South Framingham, July 1, 1904. 

Education: Lawrence public schools; Suffolk 
University; Suffolk Law School LL.B. '41. 

Occupation: Law clerk. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus; North 
Andover Rod and Gun Club; Coast Guard 
League; New England Amateur Athletic 
Union; Hendrick Club. 

Public office: Democratic State Convention 
(delegate) 1936; Mass. House 1943-'56; Mass. 
Senate 1957-74. 



76 



SENATE 





JOSEPH B. WALSH 

44 Valley Rd., Boston (Dorchester), 6th 
Suffolk District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston (Jamaica Plain), Nov. 15, 1923. 

Education: Mechanic Arts High School; Mass. 
State University Extension. 

Occupaton: Veterans' service investigator. 

Organizations: American Legion; Veterans of 
Foreign Wars; Knights of Columbus; Dis- 
abled American Veterans. 

Public office: Mass. House 1961-72; Mass. Sen- 
ate (special election) 1972, 1973-74. 



SENATE 



77 




STANLEY JOHN ZAROD 

537 Main St., Indian Orchard, 1st Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Indian Orchard, April 1 1, 1924. 

Education: Springfield public schools; Technical 
High; Wilbraham Academy; Dartmouth Col- 
lege. 

Organizations: American Legion; Veterans of 
Foreign Wars; Knights of Columbus; Polish 
Citizens Club; "100" Club; Polish American 
Veterans; North tnd Improvement League; 
Moose; Elks; Koszciuszko Z.N. P.; Chamber 
of Commerce. 

Public office: City Council 1949-'57 (president 
1956); Mass. Senate 1957-'66, 1969-74. 



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DAVID MICHAEL HARTLEY 

25 Hillcrest Rd., Holyoke, 10th Hampden 
District, Democrat, Speaker of the House. 

Born: Holyoke, Feb. 9, 1935. 

Education: University of Massachusetts B.A. 
in government '56, University of Massachu- 
setts Ed.M., '61. 

Profession: Government. 

Public office: Mass. House 1963-74, Speaker 
of the House 1969-74. 



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ANTONE S. AGUIAR, Jr. 

22 Hetherington Dr., Swansea, 10th Bristol 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Fall Pwer, Jan. 2, 1930. 

Education: Joseph Case High School, Yale 
University B.A. '52, Georgetown Law School 
LL.B. '55. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Lions 
Club, Portuguese American Civic League, 
Reserve Officers Assn. 

Public office: Selectman 1961 -'69, Mass. House 
1965-74. 



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DAVID C. AHEARN 

87 Walpole St., Norwood, 11th 
District, Democrat. 



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Born: Norwood, July 28, 1929. 

Education: Boston College, 
School of Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Trial Lawyers Assn., 
American, Mass., Norfolk County and Nor- 
wood Bar Assns. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Mass. 
House 1965-74. 



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IHEODORE J. ALEIXO, JR. 

136 Broadway, Taunton, 11th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Taunton, Aug. 23, 1942. 

Education: Taunton Public Schools, Provi- 
dence College, Boston University A.B., Suf- 
folk Law School J. D. 

Profession: Attorney. 

Organizations: Mass. Legislators Assn., Y.M.C.A. 
Boys Club Assn., American, Bristol County 
and Taunton Bar Assns., Knights of Colum- 
bus, Ward 5 Athletic Club, Portuguese-Amer- 
ican Civic Club. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee 1970- 
76, Mass. House 1969-74. 



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ALFRED ALMEIDA 

194 Standish Ave., Plymouth, 5th Plymouth 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Plymouth, Oct. 5, 1931. 

Education: Plymouth High School, Boston 

University. 

Business: Insurance-Real Estate Broker. 

Organizations: Lions Club. Holy Ghost Society 
of Plymouth, Industrial Development Corp. 

Public office: Town Planning Board 1964-'70. 
Mass. House 1971-74. 



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ROBERT B. AMBLER 

36 Church St., Weymouth, 4th Norfolk 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Braintree, Jan. 4, 1927. 

Education: Weymouth public schools, Newman 
Preparatory School, Univ. of Massachusetts. 

Occupation: Labor representative. 

Organizations: Utility Workers Union of Amer- 
ica, AFL-CIO, Elks, Mass. Legislators Assn. 

Public office: Democratic Town Committee, 
Town Meeting Member, Norfolk County 
Agricultural High School Advisory Commit- 
tee, Norfolk County Redistricting Comm., 
Mass. House 1965-74. 



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JOHN S. AMES in 

235 Main St., Easton, 14th Bristol District, 
Republican (Assistant Minority Leader), 

Born: Boston, Oct. 18, 1936. 

Education: Easton Public Schools, Milton Acad- 
emy, Harvard University. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971 -'74. 



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FRANK A. ANTONELLl 

14 Davis Rd., Tewksbury, 28th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Aug. 20, 1924. 

Education: Somerville High School, Drake Uni- 
versity, Bentley School of Accounting. 

Profession: Accounting-management. 

Organizations: St. William's Holy Name, Knights 
of Columbus, V.F.W. 

Public office: Selectman (chairman 5 yrs.). Board 
of Welfare (chairman 2 yrs.). Board of Regis- 
trars, Mass. House 1973-'74, 



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PETER GEORGE ASIAF 

29 Cherry St., Brockton, 12th Plymouth 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Lebanon, Aug. 15, 1905. 

Education: Brockton public schools. 

Occupation: Restaurateur. 

Organizations: Elks, Lebanon American Club, 
Knights of Columbus, Lions, Veteran Fire- 
men's Assn., Conte Memorial, Howard Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1959-74. 



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ROGER SUMNER BABB 

690 River St., Norwell, 9th Plymouth District, 
Republican. 

Born: Bridgewater, Jan. 7, 1935. 

Education: Bridgewater High School, Univ. of 
Mass. B.A., Boston Univ. Law School (Grad- 
uate Tax Program), Univ. of Mich. Law 
School J.D. 

Profession: Legislator-lawyer. 

Organizations: American, Mass. and Boston 
Bar Assns., Plymouth County Republican 
Club, Mass. Assn. of Defense Counsels, 
National Panel American Arbitration Assn. 

Public office: Republican Town Committee 
(chairman), Mass. House 1969-74. 



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WILFRED E. BALTHAZAR 

41 Grove St., Hudson, 36th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Hudson, July 17, 1914. 

Education: Hudson High School, Suffolk Law 
School LL.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Holy Name Society, Veterans 
of Foreign Wars, Eagles, Middlesex County 
Selectmen's Assn., Mass. Selectmen's Assn. 

Public office: Selectman, Finance Commission, 
Town Moderator, Town Counsel, Mass. 
House 1965-'74. 



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TIMOTHY A. BASSETT 

332 Chatham St., Lynn, 9th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, Dec. 16, 1947. 

Education: Salem State College B.S., University 
of New Hampshire (studies for M.A. in poli- 
tical science). 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Citizens for Participation Politics, 
St. Mary's Alumni Assn. (board of directors). 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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LOUIS P. BERTONAZZI 

Coolidge Rd., Milford, 9th Worcester District, 
Democrat. 

Bom: Milford, Oct. 9, 1933. 

Education: Milford High, Tufts Univ. B.A., 
Suffolk Univ. M.A. Ed., Boston College (ad- 
vanced graduate study). 

Occupation: Youth service director. 

Organizations: National and New England 
Council on Crime and Delinquency, Amer- 
ican Personnel and Guidance Assn., Mass. 
Counselors Assn., Mass. Teachers Assn. 

Public office: Board of Selectmen (5 terms, 
chairman 3 terms), Blackstone Valley Eco- 
nomic Opportunity Council (chairman), Mass. 
House 1969-74. 



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FRANCIS JOSEPH BEVILACQUA 

15 Day St., Haverhill, 18th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Haverhill, Aug. 12, 1923. 

Education: St. James School. 

Business: General sales manager. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Holy 
Name Society, Sons of Italy, AMVETS, Elks, 
Friends of Don Orione, St. James Convent 
Assn., Men of Merrimack, American Legion. 

Public office: Welfare Commission (3 yrs., 
chairman 1 yr.). Democratic State Commit- 
teeman 1956-68 (vice-chairman 1960-68), 

Mass. House 1959-74. 



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DONALD THAYER BLISS 

34 Carlgate Rd., North Attleborough, 13th 
Bristol District, Republican. 

Born: Providence, R. I., July 26, 1937. 

Education: North Attleborough High School, 
Williston Academy, Brown University A.B. 
'61, University of Rhode Island Insurance 
School, Suffolk Law School J.D. '69. 

Profession: Lawyer-Insurance Broker, 

Organizations: Brown Club of Rhode Island, 
Brown University Secondary School Advisor, 
American Bar Assn. 

Public office: Republican Town Committee, 
Charter Commission, Mass. House 1 963-74. 



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BELDEN GERALD BLY, Jr. 

46 Auburn St., Saugus, 11th Essex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Maiden, Sept. 29, 1914. 

Education: Dartmouth, Harvard, Northeastern, 
Boston University, Suffolk Law School A.B., 
Ed.M., J.D. 

Profession: Teacher — Lawyer. 

Organizations: Lions, National Education Assn., 
Essex County Teachers Assn. (president). 
National Association of Microbiologists. 

Public office: Mass. House 1949-74. 



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RAYMOND J. BOFFETTI 

10 Johnson St., Taunton, 12th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Taunton, June 10, 1924. 

Education: Taunton Public Schools, Msgr. James 
Coyle High School. 

Occupation: Plumber. 

Organizations: Italian Social Club, Taunton 
Boy's Club (director), Plumbers and Steam- 
fitters Local 626, V.F.W., Elks, Sons of Italy. 

Public office: School Committee, Mass. House 
1973-74. 



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ROBERT JOSEPH BOHIGIAN 

17 Converse St., Worcester, 17th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, July 22, 1924. 

Education: Sacred Heart Academy, Commerce 
High School, Worcester Junior College. 

Organizations: American Legion, Disabled 
American Veterans, Our Lady of Fatima 

Men's Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1959-74. 



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ROYAL L. ROLLING, SR. 

18 Schuyler St., Boston (Roxbury), 7th Suffolk 
District (Wards 8, 9 and 12), Democrat. 

Born: Virginia, June 19, 1920. 

Education: Howard University, Harvard Col- 
lege, Boston University Law School. 

Business: Real Estate Broker and Construction. 

Organizations: N.A.A.C.P., Urban League, 
Black United Front, V.F.W., D.A.V. 

Public office: Mass. House 1961 -'68 and 1971- 
'74. 



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ROYAL L. ROLLING, JR. 

722 Morton St., Boston (Mattapan), 
10th Suffolk District (Ward 14), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, May 1, 1944. 

Education: Dorchester High School, Boston 
University, Suffolk University. 

Business: Real Estate Broker. 

Organization: Mass. Black Caucus. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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GEORGE J. BOURQUE 

70 King St., Fitchburg, 14th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Joggins, Nova Scotia, Jan. 19, 1913. 

Education: Fitchburg public schools. Silver 
Wings Flying School. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Basketball Officials and Baseball 
Umpires Assns., Aircraft Owners & Pilots 
Assn., Elks, AMVETS, Franco-American 
Club, Eagles, Knights of Columbus, Irish 
American Club, National Rod & Gun Club, 
Kentucky Colonels. 

Public office: Park Commissioner, City Council 
(2 yrs.), Mayor (8 yrs.), Ward Two Democrat- 
ic Chairman 1968-70, Mass. House 1969-74. 



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JOHN JEROME BOWES 

39 Lumbert Mill Rd., Barnstable, 1st Barnstable 
District, Republican 

Born: Barnstable (Hyannis), Feb. 25, 1917. 
Education: Barnstable High School. 
Business: Inn owner. 
Organizations: Elks, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: Barnstable School Committee 
Chairman (4 yrs.), Mass. House 1967-74. 



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JAMES JOHN BOWLER 

195 Mildred Ave., Springfield, 5th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, July 18, 1923. 

Education: Our Lady of Hope School, Cathe- 
dral High School, Springfield College. 

Business: Director, ABC Driving School. 

Organizations: Van Horn Parents Assn. (pies.), 
American Legion, Knights of Columbus, 
Springfield Boys Club Alumni Assn., John L. 
Sullivan Baseball Leagues, Springfield Play- 
ground Supervisors Assn., Our Lady of Hope 
Church-Cub Scoutmaster. 

Public office: Ward 2 Democratic Committee, 
Mass. House 1967-74. 



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JOHN A. BRENNAN, JR. 

18 Howard St., Maiden, 17th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 19, 1945. 

Education: Suffolk University B.S.,B.A., Suffolk 
Law School. 

Profession: Law student. 
Organization: Knights of Columbus. 
Public office: Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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JOSEPH E. BRETT 

254 Fenno St., Quincy, 3rd Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Washington, D. C, May 19, 1907. 

Education: Dean Academy. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Elks, Moose, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Eagles, United Commercial Travelers. 

Public office: City Council, Mass. House 1959- 
74. 



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THOMAS F. BROWNELL 

15 Moreland Rd., Quincy, 1st Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Mar. 25, 1940. 

Education: Quincy Public Schools, Suffolk Uni- 
versity, Suffolk Law School, Boston University 
Graduate School of Law, 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Young Democrats, Elks, Merry- 
mount Assn., Mass., Norfolk County and 
Quincy Bar Assns. 

Public office: Democratic Ward One Committee, 
Mass. House 1971-74. 



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JOHN R. BUCKLEY 

754 Plymouth St., Abington, 3rd Plymouth 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Rockland, Jan. 1, 1932. 

Education: Abington public schools, Boston 
Latin School, Harvard College A.B. '54. 

Public office: Town Treasurer 1961 -'65, Mass. 
House 1965-'74. 



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ROBERT C. BUELL 

Woodcrest Rd., Boxford, 12th Essex District, 
Republican. 

Bora: Boston, April 23, 1931. 
Education: Wellesley High School, Union Col- 
lege, Boston University B.A. 
Business: Insurance broker. 

Public office: Boxford Finance Committee, Mass. 
House 1969-74. 



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CHARLES J. BUFFONE 

61 Harold St., Worcester, 18th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, May 29, 1919. 

Education: Worcester Public Schools, High 
School of Commerce, Worcester Junior Col- 
lege, New England School of Law. 

Occupation: Sales representative-public relations. 

Organizations: Holy Name Society (president). 
Knights of Columbus, Sons of Italy, Venerini 
Academy Parents Group, San Beato Angelo 
Society (trustee and director), Mfg. Retail 
Salesman Assn. (past president). Brown 
Square Civic Club (director). 

Public office: Mass. House 1963 -'68 and 1971- 
74. 



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NICHOLAS J. BUGLIONE 

32 Quincy St., Methuen, 15th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, Sept. 12, 1932. 

Education: Lawrence and Methuen public 
schools, U.S.A.F. Comm. School, Salem State 
B.S., B.A. candidate, Lee Institute. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Board of Trade, Boosters Club, 
Mass. Assn. of School Committees, New 
England School Development Council, P.T.A., 
Legion Post 122, Italian-American War Vets, 
Union of Italy Grande, Italian Am. Civic 
Assn., East End Civic Assn., Mass. Legislators 
Assn., Knights of Columbus, Sons of Italy, 
Kiwanis. 

Public office: Sc. Com. 1965 to present (past 
chairman). Town Meeting Member 1961-72, 
Mass. House 1969-74. 



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DORIS BUNTE 

1106 Harrinson Ave., Boston (Roxbury), 7th 
Suffolk District (Wards 8, 9 and 12), Democrat. 

Born: New York City, July 2, 1933. 

Education: New York City Public Schools, Bos- 
ton University Metropolitan College (various 
sensitivity courses). 

Occupation: Member Boston Housing Authority. 

Organizations: National Rent Board, Critical 
Minority Affairs Committee, National Assn. 
of Housing and Redevelopment, National 
Tenants Organization, Citizens Housing and 
Planning Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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WALTER T. BURKE 

55 Walnut St., Natick, 40th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Natick, Aug. 5, 1911. 

Education: Natick public schools. Harvard 
College A.B., Harvard Law School LL.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. and Boston Bar Assns., 
Kiwanis, Elks, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: Mass. House 1959-74. 



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JOHN A. BUSINGER 

33 St. Paul St., Brookline, 13th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 5, 1945. 

Education: Boston College A.B., '67, Boston 
College Law School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organization: Citizens for Participation Politics. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Mass. 
House 1971-74. 



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THOMAS BUSSONE 

39 Federal St., Beverly, 4th Essex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Lynn, Sept. 20, 1912. 

Education: Beverly High School, Suffolk Law 

School. 
Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Holy 

Name Society. 

Public office: Alderman 1960-'63, Mass. House 
1967-74. 



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115 




LAURENCE R. BUXBAUM 

5 Peacock Hill, Sharon, 12th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: New York City, Mar. 9, 1942. 

Education: Yonkers High School (Yonkers, 
N.Y.), Williams College, Harvard Law School, 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. and Boston Bar Assn. 

Public office: Asst. Attorney General (chief of 
consumer protection division), Democrat 
Town Committee, Finance Committee (vice 
chairman), Mass. House 1973-74. 



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ROBERT E. CAHILL 

40 Felt St., Salem, 7th Essex District, Democrat. 

Born: Salem, Nov. 25, 1934. 

Education: Salem High School, Boston Univer- 
sity. 

Business: Public relations. 

Organizations: V.F.W., AM VETS, Elks, Salem 
Klondike, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: City Council, Mass. House 1970- 
'74. 



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HOWARD C. CAHOON, JR. 

Parallel Street, Harwich, 2nd Barnstable 
District, Republican. 

Born: Hyannis, Jan. 19, 1945. 

Education: Harwich High School, The Tilton 
School, Tufts University A.B. '68, Boston 
University School of law. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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FRED F. CAIN 

19 Clark St., Wilmington, 25th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Arlington, Nov. 5, 1909. 

Education: Woburn public schools, Bryant and 
Stratton Commercial College. 

Profession: Legislator, 

Organizations: Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Co., Rotary, Elks, Chamber of Com- 
merce, The One Hundred Club of Mass., 
Mass. Chiefs of Police Assn. (honorary). 
National Society of State Legislators, Mass. 
Legislators Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-74. 



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119 




ELEANOR M. CAMPOBASSO 

15 University Rd., Arlington, 5th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, Aug. 10, 1923. 
Education: Saint Mary's Academy. 

Occupation: Housewife — Former school traffic 
supervisor. 

Organizations: Mass. Traffic Policewomen's 
Assn., American Legion Auxiliary, Ladies 
Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, 
Arlington Municipal Employees Assn. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member (14 yrs.) 
(chairman 1962-68), Democratic Town Com- 
mittee, Democratic State Committeewoman 
(6th Senatorial District), Mass. House 1965- 

74. 



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WILLIAM A. CAREY 

20 Castleton St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 4th 
Suffolk District (Wards 4, 10), Democrat. 

Born: Newburyport, Sept. 2, 1899. 

Education: Newburyport High School, Burdett 
Business College, Suffolk Law School. 

Occupation: Raw cotton broker. 

Organizations: Mission Church Ushers' Club, 
Redemptorist Auxiliary Guild, Holy Name 
Society, Mass. Legislators Assn. 

Public office: Boston City Council 1938-'49, 
Mass. House 1961-74. 



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121 




ANGELO CATALDO 

63 High St., Revere, 17th Suffolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 12, 1917. 

Education: Paul Revere School, Revere High 
School. 

Business: Builder-Developer (retired). 

Organizations: Commercial Bank & Trust (di- 
rector), P.T.A, (life member). Senior Citizens 
(honorary life member). Elks, Orioles, Moose, 
V.F.W., Sons of Italy, Itams, Knights of 
Columbus, Patriot Civic Parkway, St. An- 
thony's Holy Name Society, Revere Boy's 
Club, Italian American New Deal Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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PAUL J. CAVANAUGH 

14 Spring St., Medford, 14th Middlesex Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 22, 1936. 

Education: Medford High School, Suffolk Uni- 
versity A.B., Suffolk Law School LL.B., Uni- 
versity of Denver Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Mass. House 1963-74. 



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HARRISON CHADWICK 

24 Everett Ave., Winchester, 18th Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Born: Winchester, Feb. 25, 1903. 

Education: Winchester public schools, Phillips 
Academy, Harvard University. 

Business: Trustee. 

Public office: Town Moderator 1956-71, Mass. 
House 1947-74. 



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RUDY CHMURA 

71 Chauncey Dr., Springfield, 13th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Springfield, March 21, 1932. 

Education: Springfield Technical High School. 

Business: Chmura Bakery Inc. (president). 

Organizations: Polish-American Veterans Club 
of Wilbraham, Lions, Indian Orchard Cham- 
ber of Commerce, Western Mass. Bakers 
Assn., Elks, American Legion. 

Public office: Ward 8 Democratic Committee, 
Mass. House 1969-74. 



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STEVE T. CHMURA 

460 West St., Ludlow, 2nd Hampden District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Mar. 29, 1928. 

Education: Springfield public schools. 

Business: Chmura Bakery Inc. (General Man- 
ager). 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Moose, 
Ludlow Polish American Citizens Club, 
Polish Young Men's AHiance, Izaak Walton. 

Public office: Citizens Action Commission on 
Metropolitan Affairs 1961-64, Mass. House 
1966-74. 



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JOHN F. COFFEY 

20 Day St., West Springfield, 14th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: West Springfield, Feb. 7, 1918. 

Occupation: Inspector. 

Organizations: American Legion, Knights of 
Columbus. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-74. 



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127 




LINCOLN PORTEOUS COLE, Jr. 

16 Hill St., Lexington, 24th Middlesex District, 
Republican. 

Bom: Fall River, Sept. 18, 1918. 

Education: Northbridge High School, North- 
eastern University Law School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: American Legion, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, Hancock Men's Club, Masons, 
Kiwanis. 

Public office: Selectman 1960-'69 (chairman 6 
yrs.), Town Meeting Member (22 yrs.), Town 
Moderator 1970-73, Mass. House 1965-74. 



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ANDREW COLLARO 

31 Granby Rd., Worcester, 17th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Mar. 21, 1910. 

Education: Worcester public schools. 

Occupation: Material analyst. 

Organizations: Bisceghese Society, World War 
II Veterans, Labor Council, Knights of Co- 
lumbus, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-'74. 



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129 




JAMES G. COLLINS 

67 Butterfield Ter., Amherst, 2nd Hampshire 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Aug. 2, 1946. 

Education: Cambridge, Watertown and Arling- 
ton Public Schools, University of Massachu- 
setts B.A. '68. 

Profession: Legislator, 

Organization: Town Democratic Committee. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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H. THOMAS COLO 

61 Mountainview Rd., Athol, 1st Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Athol, Dec. 27, 1929. 

Education: Athol High School. 

Public office: Selectman, Planning Board, Per- 
sonnel Board, Mass. House 1965-74. 



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131 




WILLIAM AUGUSTINE CONNELL, Jr. 

54 Torrey St., Weymouth, 4th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston (South Boston), Nov. 17, 1922. 

Education: Weymouth High School, College of 
the Holy Cross '48. 

Occupation: Insurance broker — securities sales- 
man. 

Organizations: American Legion, Holy Name 
Society, Navy League, Reserve Officers' Assn., 
Mass. Legislators Assn., Holy Cross Club of 
Boston. 

Public office: Selectman 1952, School Com- 
mittee 1954-'56, Assessor 1965-70, Mass. 
House 1955-'58, 1961-'74. 



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EDWARD W. CONNELLY 

565 River Rd., Agawam, 9th Hampden District, 
Republican. 

Born: New York City, New York, Aug. 2, 1919. 

Education: Stuyvesant High School in New York 
City, City College of New York, Pratt Insti- 
tute. 

Occupation: Manufacturers sales representative! 

Organizations: Mass. Selectmen's Assn., Elks, 
American Legion, V.F.W. 

Public office: Agawan Finance Committee (3 
yrs.), Board of Selectmen 1964-70, Mass. 
House 1971-74. 



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133 




MICHAEL JOSEPH CONNOLLY 

44 Sheflfield Rd., Boston (Roslindale), 
14th Suffolk District (Ward 20), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, April 20, 1947. 

Education: Boston Latin School, College of the 
Holy Cross '69, Suffolk Law School, Boston 
College Law School. J.D. 73. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organization: New England Health Planning 
Council for Greater Boston. 

Public office: Democratic Ward Committee, 
West Roxbury Local Advisory Council, Mass. 
House 1973-74. 



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JAMES S. CONWAY 

67 Gilbert St., Maiden, 17th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Maiden, July 4, 1930. 

Education: Cheverus School, Maiden High 
School. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Hiber- 
nians, West Side A. A., Moose, Holy Name 
Society, Eagles, Irish American Club, Mass. 
Legislators Assn., So. Broadway Improve- 
ment Assn. 

Public office: School Committee 1964-'65. City 
Council 1966-73, Mass. House 1969-74. 



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135 




EDWARD PAUL COURY 

689 County St., New Bedford, 2nd Bristol 
District, Democrat. 

Born: New Bedford, Oct. 19, 1927. 

Education: Holy Family School, New Bedford 
Vocational High School, Sylvia-Ann-How- 
land School. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Greater 
New Bedford Chapter for Retarded Children 
Inc., Mass. Assn. for Retarded Children, Inc., 
Mass. Comm. Against Discrimination, Eagles, 
Catholic Guild for the Blind. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee (chair- 
man, Ward 3), Mass. House 1965-74 . 



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GILBERT W. COX, JR. 

49 Colonial Rd., Needham, 9th Norfolk 
District, Republican. 

Born: Stoneham, Feb. 28, 1933. 

Education: Northeastern University A.B., Bos- 
ton University Law School LL.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Needham Y.M.C.A. (director), 
Norfolk County Bar Assn. (executive bd.), 
Needham Republican Town Committee (past 
chairman), Needham Young Republican Club 
past pres.), Needham Taxpayers Assn. (past 
pres.). 

Public office: Assistant District Attorney Nor- 
folk County 1966, Town Meeting Member 
1964-'69, Mass. House 1968-74. 



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137 




JAMES J. CRAVEN, Jr. 

9 St. John St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 8th 
Suffolk District (Wards 11, 19), Democrat. 

Bom: Boston (Jamaica Plain), Mar. 24, 1919. 

Education: Our Lady of Lourdes School, Bos- 
ton English High School, Boston University. 

Profession: Sta^e Government. 

Organizations: Holy Name Society, Disabled 
American Veterans, Jamaica Plain Boys Club 
(director). Children's Museum, Knights of 
Columbus. 

Public office: Democratic State Committee- 
man, Boston Democratic City Committee 

(secretary), Mass. House 1949-'50, 1957-'74. 



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THOMAS E. CREIGHTON 

81 Douglas St., Uxbridge, 8th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Uxbridge, Feb. 1, 1922. 

Education: Uxbridge Public School, St. Mary's 
High School (Milford), Dean Academy, 
University of North Carolina. 

Occupation: Sonic technician. 
Organizations: American Legion, V.F.W. 

Public office: Board of Selectmen (14 yrs.), 
Mass. House 1969-74. 



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SIDNEY QUINN CURTISS 

Guilder Hollow Rd., Sheffield, 6th Berkshire 
District, Republican. 

Born: Sheffield, Sept. 4, 1917. 

Education: Harvard College A.B. '40, Boston 
University Law School LL.B. '47. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. and Berkshire Bar Assns., 
Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, 
Lions. 

Public office: Board of Assessors, Town Coun- 
sel 1948-73, Town Moderator 1951-'73, Mass. 
House 1949-'74, (Minority Floor Leader 1961- 
'70). 



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JOHN F. CUSACK 

20 Pine Ridge Rd., Arlington, 7th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Medford, Oct. 5, 1937. 

Education: Arlington Public Schools, Boston 

College B.S., B.A. 
Occupation: Sales-packaging and Hockey coach. 
Organizations: Varsity Club, Jaycees, Boston 

College Downtown Club, Boston College 

Alumni Assn., Knights of Columbus, Town 

Meeting Assn. 
Public office: Housing Authority (treasurer). 

Democratic Town Committee (vice-chairman). 

Town Meeting Member, Mass. House 1971- 

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141 




JOSEPH S. DALY 

143 Washington St., Arlington, 6th MidcHesex 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Boston, Oct. 26, 1931. 

Education: Arlington High School, Bay State 
Academy, George Washington University. 

Occupation: Cambridge Housing Authority 
(manager). 

Organization: American Legion (past com- 
mander). 

Public office: Town Meeting Member (15 yrs.), 
Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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HOUSE 




MICHAEL JOHN DALY 

15 Burton St., Boston (Brighton), 15th Suffolk 
District fWards 21, 22), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, July 18, 1940. 
Education: St. Anthony's School, English High 
School, Boston State College '64. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Boston State College Alumni 
Assn., Knights of Columbus, Greater Boston 
Junior Chamber of Commerce, Allston Civic 
Assn., Allston-Brighton Citizens Council, 
English High School Alumni Assn. 

Public office: Ward 22 Democratic Committee, 
Mass. House 1967-'74. 



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143 




ALAN PAUL DANOVITCH 

94 Albemarle Rd., Norwood, 11th Norfolk 
District, Republican. 

Born: Norwood, Sept. 17, 1940. 

Education: Norwood public schools, Boston 
University B.S., Boston University Graduate 
school. New England School of Law J.D. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Rotary, Norwood Chamber of 
Commerce, Norfolk Mental Health Assn., 
Mass. Public Health Assn., Mass. Health 
Council. 

Public office. Town Meeting Member, Mass. 
House 1 967-74. 



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HOUSE 




DANIEL JOSEPH DAY 

1 1 Wolcott Rd., Lynn, 9th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, Mar. 27, 1949. 

Education: St. Joseph's Grammar School, St, 
Mary's High School, Loyola University. 

Occupation: Sales representative. 

Organizations: Greater Lynn Jaycees, Knights of 
Columbus. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, Mass. 
House 1973-'74. 



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145 




WILLIAM D. DELAHUNT 

33 Elmwood Park, Quincy, 3rd Norfolk 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Quincy, July 18, 1941. 

Education: Thayer Academy, Middlebury Col- 
lege A.B., Boston College Law School J.D., 
Dante Alighieri Institute for Foreigners 
(Rome, Italy). 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Montclair 
Men's Club, Elks, Thayer Academy Alumni 
Assn. (President), South Shore Cancer Unit 
(board of directors). 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, City 
Councillor (present), Mass. House 1973-74. 



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RICHARD H. DEMERS 



95 Nash St., Chicopee. 3rd Hampden District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Chicopee, Jan. 19, 1928. 

Education: Chicopee High School, Holyoke 
Community College, Western New England 
Law School. 

Business: Industrial real estate. 

Organizations: Elks, Moose, Knights of Colum- 
bus, League of the Sacred Heart. 

Public office: School Committee (2 yrs.). Asses- 
sor (6 yrs.). Mayor (4 yrs.). Democratic City 
Committee, Mass. House 1971-74. 



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ARTHUR LEO DESROCHER 

20 Milk St., Nantucket, 1st Nantucket District, 
Republican. 

Born: Nantucket, Jan. 25, 1930. 

Education: Nantucket public schools. 

Occupation: Laboratory and X-Ray technician. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, American 
Legion, Rotary. 

Public office: Selectman, Mass. House 1963-74. 



148 



HOUSE 




EDWARD M. DICKSON 

125 Highland St., Weston, 26th Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Born: Weston, Mar. 12, 1912. 
Education: Harvard College, Harvard Grad- 
uate School of Business Administration. 
Business: Treasurer of Weston Land Co. 

Organizations: American Legion (past com- 
mander), Weston Chapter of the American 
Nat'l. Red Cross (treasurer), Merwin Memo- 
rial Free Clinic (president), Boy Scouts of 
America (executive board member). Revolu- 
tionary War Bicentennial Commission. 

Public office: Town Clerk 1951-71, Former 
Selectman 1954-'69 (chairman 1959-'65), 
Mass. House 1965-74. 



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WILLIAM J. DIGNAN 

48 Celia Rd., Braintree, 5th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Braintree, Sept. 28, 1926. 

Education: Suffolk University, Suffolk Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Munici- 
pal Lighting Board (chairman), Mass. House 
1971-74. 



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GEORGE DiLORENZO 

11 Havre St., Boston (East Boston), 1st Suffolk 
District (Ward 1), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Mar. 24, 1919. 

Education: Boston Schools, Suffolk University 
B.S. Ed., M.A. Ed., New England School of 
Law (honorary Ph.D.). 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Progressive Club. Sons of Italy, 
Booster Club East Boston High School, Mass. 
Special Teachers Assn. (president). Orient 
Heights Yacht Club, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: Ward Committee, Mass. House 
1965-'70, 1973-74. 



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151 




EMILIO E. DIOTALEVl 

28 Cedar St., Milford, 9th Worcester District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Milford, Mar. 30, 1940. 

Education: Milford Public Schools, Babson Col- 
lege, Suffolk University. 

Occupation: Public relations. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Columbus, 
Marchegiano Club (president). Sons of Italy. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Selectman 
(chairman), Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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BRIAN J. DONNELLY 

59 Clearwater Dr., Boston (Dorchester), 12th 
Suffolk District (Wards 16 and 17), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Mar. 2, 1947. 

Education: Catholic Memorial High School, 
Boston University. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: AMVETS, American Legion, 
V.F.W., Boston University Varsity Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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153 




ROBERT F. DONOVAN 

77 Harvard St., Chelsea, 16th Suffolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Chelsea, Sept. 13, 1943. 

Education: Maiden Catholic High School, Dean 
Junior College, New England Conservatory 
of Music, Suffolk University. 

Business: Insurance — Real Estate. 

Organizations: Mass. Assn. of Independent 
Agents and Brokers, Mass. Realtors Assn., 
Chelsea Insurance Brokers Assn., Sagamore 
Club, Cary Square Associates, Moose, Elks, 
Y.M.C.A. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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FRANCIS D. DORIS 



80 Randall Rd. 



Revere, 17th Suffolk District, 
Democrat. 



Born: Boston, Dec. 15, 1931. 

Education: Immaculate Conception High School, 
Boston College, Northeastern University. 

Occupation: Social Worker. 

Organizations: Elks (past exalted ruler), V.F.W., 
American Legion, Moose, Mill Hill Irish 
Club, Sons of Italy, Military Order of Cooties, 
Italian American WarVets (associate). Knights 
of Columbus, Ancient Order of Hibernians. 

Public of?ice: City Council 1970-73 (president 
72), Mass. House 1973-74. 



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155 





CHARLES ROBERT DOYLE 

12 Danville St., Boston (West Roxbury), 14th 
Suffolk District (Ward 20), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 24, 1925. 

Education: Boston College High School, Boston 
College, Boston University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion, Knights of 
Columbus. 

Public office: Mass. House 1953-'64, 1967-74. 



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DENNIS J. DUFFIN 

97 Cliffwood St., Lenox, 4th Berkshire District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Pittsfield, Nov. 24, 1930. 

Education: Lenox Public Schools, Lasalle Mili- 
tary Academy, College of the Holy Cross B.S. 

Businesion: Legislator. 

Organizations: Central Berkshire Jaycees (for- 
mer president), Massachusetts Jaycees (for- 
mer president), Kiwanis Club (past president). 
New England District of Kiwanis (former 
It. gov.), Lenox Sportsmen's Club (former 
president). 

Public office: Democratic Town Committee, 
Board of Selectmen, School Committee (for- 
mer chairman), Mass. House 1971 -'74. 



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RICHARD JAMES DWINELL 

6 Gould St., Millbury, 7th Worcester District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Millbury, Aug. 5, 1917. 

Education: Millbury public schools, Holy Cross 
Institute of Industrial Relations, U. S. Army 
School of General Government. 

Occupation: Safety Supervisor. 

Organizations: Veterans of Foreign Wars, 
American Legion, Franco-American Pro- 
gressive Club, Inc., Mass. Selectmen's Assn., 
Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: Town Constable (10 yrs.). Hous- 
ing Authority (5 yrs.). Selectman (13 yrs,, 
chairman 9 yrs.), Mass. House 1965-74. 



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EDWARD J. EARLY, JR. 

72 Belvidere Cir., Lowell, 30th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, July 23, 193L 

(jEducation: Keith Academy, Boston College, 
Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: V.F.W., Elks, American Legion, 
Lowell Bar Assn., Knickerbocker A. A., East 
End Social Club. 

Public office: Mayor, City Council, Mass. House 
1973-74. 



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159 




JOSEPH DANIEL EARLY 

4 Longfellow Rd., Worcester, 21st Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Jan. 31, 1933. 

Education: St. John's Preparatory School, Col- 
lege of the Holy Cross, & B.S. '55, Worcester 
State College. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Holy Cross Graduate Club, 
Spencer Teachers Assn., Collegiate Basket- 
ball Officials Assn., Mass. Teachers Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1963-74. 



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ALBERT E. ELWELL 

Moulton St., West Newbury, 20th Essex 
District, Republican. 

Born: Ipswich, Oct. 29, 1899. 

Education: Ipswich Public Schools. 

Occupation: Farmer. 

Organizations: Essex County Selectmen's and 
State Assn., Society of Sons and Daughters of 
Settlers of Olde Newbury, West Newbury 
Historical Society, Essex Club. 

Public office: Selectman, Board of Health (35 
yrs.). Assessor (31 yrs.), 'Water Board (22 
yrs.), Call Fireman (25 yrs.). School Building 
Committee (chairman). Conservation Com- 
mittee, Mass. House 1971-74. 



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161 







CHARLES F. ENGDAHL 

70 Lovell St., Worcester, 21st Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Worcester, July 3, 1921. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: St. Andrew the Apostle Men's 
Club, Elks, American Legion, Mass. Recre- 
ation and Parks Society, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: City Parks and Recreation Com- 
missioner, Mass. House 1969-74. 



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THOMAS FRANCIS FALLON 

330 Main St., Clinton, 11th Worcester District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Clinton, Dec. 4, 1929. 

Education: College of the Holy Cross, Boston 
University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Elks. 

Public office: Mass. House 1959-74. 



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MARY E. FANTASIA 

181 Hudson St., Somerville, 4th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Arlington, Oct. 1, 1919. 
Education: Arlington-Somerville School sys- 
tems, Bryant Stratton Business School. 
Occupation: Homemaker. 

Organizations: Mass. Bay United Fund (board 
of directors), Somerville Catholic Charities, 
Somerville Hospital (corporator), Mass. Leg- 
islator's Assn. (secretary). 

Public office: Democratic National Committee- 
woman, Democratic State Commiteewoman, 
Presidential Elector 1960 and 1964, Mass. 
House 1971-74. 



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VERNON R. FARNSWORTH, Jr. 

162 Crescent Rd., Longmeadow, 16th Hampden 
District, Republican. 

Born: Springfield, April 18, 1934. 

Education: Glendale College, American Inter- 
national College, Springfield College, New 
York Institute of Finance. 

Business: Investment executive. 

Organizations: National Board Y.M.C.A., 
National Young Adult Council (president). 
Community Council of Greater Springfield, 
Inc. (board member), Kiwanis, Masons, 
named 'Outstanding Young Man of the Year' 
by Springfield Jaycees. 

Public office: Republican Town Committee, 
Mass. House 1965-74. 



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165 




MICHAEL PAUL FEENEY 

934 Metropolitan Ave., Boston (Hyde Park), 
13th Suffolk District (Ward 18), Democrat. 

Born: Boston (Hyde Park), Mar. 26, 1907. 

Public office: Boston City Council 1944-45, 
Mass. House 1939-74. 



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ROBERT E. FICCO 

43 Highland St., Franklin, 14th Norfolk 
District, Democrat, 

Born: Milford, Nov. 9, 1936. 

Education: Franklin public schools, North- 
eastern University B.S., Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American, Mass., Boston, Nor- 
folk County and Western Norfolk Bar Asso- 
ciations. American Trial Lawyers Assn., City 
Solicitors and Town Counsel Assn., Knights 
of Columbus, Elks. 

Public office: Planning Board, Conservation 
Commission, Beaver Pond Recreation Com- 
mittee, Advisory Board, Town Counsel, Mass. 
House 1973-74. 



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JOHN J. FINNEGAN 

128 Neponset Ave., Boston (Dorchester), 12th 
Suffolk District (Wards 16 and 17), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, July 21, 1938. 

Education: Cathedral High School, University 
of Massachusetts A.B., Portia Law School 
LL.B. 

Profession: Attorney. 

Organizations: Holy Name Society, AMVETS, 
Dorchester United Neighborhood Assn., 
Dorchester Board of Trade, Mass. Bar Assn., 
Boston Teachers Union, Thompson's Acad- 
emy (Advisory Committee). 

Public office: Mass. House 1 967-'74. 



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RICHARD F. FINNIGAN 

16 Playstead Rd., Boston (Dorchester), 
9th Suffolk District (Ward 13), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 27, 1936. 

Education: Cathedral High School, Bridgewater 
State College. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Columbia Savin Hill Civic Assn., 
Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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CHARLES F. FLAHERTY, JR. 

14 Woodbridge St., Cambridge, 3rd Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 13, 1938. 

Education: Boston College High School, Boston 
College. 

Occupation: Director of Research Administra- 
tion at Boston College. 

Organizations: American Academy of Political 
and Social Sciences, American Society for 
PubHc Administration, National Council of 
University Research Administrators, Amer- 
ican Political Science Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1967-74. 



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MICHAEL F. FLAHERTY 

182 O'Callaghan Way, Boston (South Boston), 
6th Suffolk District (Wards 6, 7), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 6, 1936. 

Education: St. Peter and Paul School, South 
Boston High School, Newman Preparatory 
School, Boston College, New England School 
of Law. 

Profession: Attorney at Law, 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, South 
Boston Citizens Assn., South Boston Resi- 
dent's Group, Boston College Alumni Assn., 
Holy Name Society, Mass. Bar Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1967-'74, 



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PETER Y. FLYNN 

38 Marianne Dr., Bridgewater, 7th Plymouth 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Brockton, Jan. 1, 1940. 

Education: Bridgewater Public Schools, Bridge- 
water State College B.S.Ed. '61, Boston State 
College (graduate studies). 

Occupation: Salesmanager. 

Organizations: Jaycees, Bridgewater-Raynham 
Citizens Scholarship Foundation. 

Public office: Advisory Board, Mass. House 
1973-74. 



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RAYMOND L. FLYNN 

1 Flint Place, Boston (South Boston), 6th 
Suffolk District (Wards 6 and 7), Democrat. 

Born: South Boston, July 22, 1939. 

Education: South Boston High School, Newman 
Prep., Providence College A.B. 

Occupation: Superior Court Probation Oflfice. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Holy 
Name Society, Association of Mentally 111 
Children, Boy's Club of Boston (executive 
board). 

Public office: Mass. House 1971 -'74. 



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BARNEY FRANK 

483 Beacon St., Boston, 5th Suffolk District 
(Ward 5), Democrat. 

Born: Bayonne, N.J., Mar. 31, 1940. 

Education: Harvard University, B.A. '62. 

Profession: University lecturer. 

Organizations: A.D.A., Neighborhood Associa- 
tion of Back Bay, N.A.A.C.P. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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ROBERT E. FRAZIER 

347 Pearl St., Braintree, 5th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Braintree, Mar. 14, 1923. 

Education: Braintree School System, Franklin 
Institute, 

Occupation: Master Plumber. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, American 
Legion, V.F.W., D.A.V., Union Member 
Local 12. 

Public office: Selectman, Town Meeting Mem- 
ber, Board of Health, Board of Public Wel- 
fare, Mass. House 1973-74. 



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BRUCE N. FREEMAN 

7 Kenwood St., Chelmsford, 32nd Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Bom: Watertown, March 4, 1921. 
Education: Newton High School. 
Business: Life insurance. 

Organizations: American Legion, VFW, Elks, 
Chelmsford Land Conservation Trust, 
Chelmsford Historical Society, Northeast 
Chapter Mass. Heart Assn. (director), Mass. 
Legislators Assn., National Assn. of Life Un- 
derwriters. 

Public office: Republican Town Committee, 
Mass. House 1969-74. 



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ANTHONY MICHAEL GALLUGI 

119 Nahant St., Wakefield, 20th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Winchester, May 16, 1948. 

Education: St. Joseph's Parochial School, Wake- 
field High School, North Shore Community 
College, Sufi'olk University. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Pi Gamma Mu, Knights of Co- 
lumbus, Conservation Committee. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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EDWARD F. GALOTTI 

80 Clark St., Belmont, 8th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Everett, May 11, 1925. 

Education: Boston College B.S., B.A. '49. 

Profession: Business and government. 

Organizations: The 100 Club, Mass. and Mid- 
dlesex County Selectmen's Assoc, Elks, Sons 
of Italy, Knights of Columbus, National 
Assn. of Accountants, Town Club, Belmont 
Civic Assn., American Legion, Municipal 
Electric Assn. of Mass., Foresters, Italian 
Workingmen's Assn. 

Public office: Democratic Committee (chairman 
1972-'76), Selectman 1967-'74, Municipal 
Light Commissioner 1967-'74, Town Meeting 
Member 1966-'69, Mass. House 1969-'74. 



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ANN C. GANNETT 

85 Old Connecticut Path, Wayland, 38th 
Middlesex District, Republican. 

Born: Brookline, Nov. 7, 1916. 

Education: Abbot Academy, Andover, Vassar 
College. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: League of Women Voters, Re- 
publican Town Committee and Clubs. 

Public office: Town Committee (chairman) 
Republican State Committee, Mass. House 
1969-74. 



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JOSEPH GARCZYNSKI, JR. 

12 Coolidge Rd., Chicopee, 4th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Chicopee, Feb. 14, 1927. 

Education: Chicopee Public Schools. 

Occupation: Salesman. 

Organization: Elks. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, 
Board of Health (commissioner). Selective 
Service Board, Recreation Survey Commis- 
sion, Mass, House 1959-'62, 1973-74. 



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DONALD R. GAUDETTE 

1125 Peqiiot St., New Bedford, 1st Bristol 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Acushnet, Dec. 16, 1926. 

Education: New Bedford public and parochial 
schools. New Bedford Vocational High 
School. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Eagles, Knights of Columbus 
(Bishop Cassidy Assembly 4th Degree), For- 
esters, National Society of State Legislators, 
Mass. Legislators Assn., St. Theresa's Couples 
Club, Our Lady of Fatima Couples Club, 
S.E. Mass. Police Chiefs Assn., Gridiron Club. 

Public office: City Council 1962-'67 (president 
'65), Mass. House 1967-74. 



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ROBERT W. GILLETTE 

84 Little's Ave., Pembroke, 4th Plymouth 
District, Republican, 

Born: Weymouth, Sept. 1, 1934. 

Education: Pembroke High School, Bates Col- 
lege '56. 

Business: Insurance Broker. 

Organizations: Lions Club, Corner Stone Lodge 
A.F. & A.M., Baseball League, Arts Festival 
(director), Historical Society. 

Public office: Republican Town Committee, 
Finance Committee, Civil Defense Director, 
Mass. House 1971 -'74. 



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BARBARA E. GRAY 

220 Edmands Rd., Framingham, 39th Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Born: New York City, Oct. 11, 1926. 

Education: Connecticut College B.A., Oxford 
University (England). 

Occupation: Housewife. 

Organizations: United Fund, League of Women 
Voters, Swimming Pool Assn., Audubon 
Society, New England Wildflower Society, 
Charles River Watershed. 

Public office: Planning Board, Charter Commis- 
sion, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, 
Mass. House 1973-74. 



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HENRY R. GRENIER 

12 Spring St., Spencer, 4th Worcester District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Dec. 9, 1924. 

Education: St. Mary's Parochial School, David 
Prouty High School. 

Occupation: Automobile salesman. 

Organizations: Gaudette-Kirk Post, Spencer Fish 
and Game Club, Knights of Columbus, Mass. 
and Worcester County Selectmen's Assn. 

Public office: Selectman (6 yrs.), Mass. House 
1973-'74. 



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JAMES L. GRIMALDI 

102 Florence St., Springfield, 6th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, May 3, 1911. 

Education: Springfield Technical High School. 

Business: Grimaldi Inc.-Retail Fuels (owner). 

Organizations: Oil Heat Council of Western 
Mass. (executive officer), Holy Name Society 
(president), Elks, Knights of Columbus, South 
End Community Center, Our Lady of Mt. 
Carmel Society, Our Lady of Assunta Society, 
Sons of Italy. 

Public office: City Councillor, Connecticut Val- 
ley Community College Advisory Board, 
Mass. House 1965-'74. 



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EDWARD J. GRIMLEY, JR. 

11 Kress St., Lawrence, 14th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Methuen, Dec. 26, 1943. 

Education: Suffolk University A.B., Suffolk Law 
School J.D. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. Bar Association, Lawrence 
Bar Association, Elks. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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ANTHONY P. GROSSO 

26 Worthington Ave., Shrewsbury, 10th 
Worcester District, Republican. 

Born: Portland, Maine, Oct. 19, 1913. 

Education: Worcester public schools, attended 
New England School of Law. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: American Legion, Knights of 
Columbus, Kiwanis, Sons of Italy. 

Public office: Planning Board ]946-'54, Assessor 
1954-'64, Mass. House 1965-74. 



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187 




GERARD A. GUILMETTE 

15 Foxcroft St., Lawrence, Nth Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Bom: Lawrence, Oct. 22, 1911. 

Education: St. Anne's School, Lawrence High 
School. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Elks, 
Franco American Legion, American Legion, 
LaSalle Social Club Inc., Social Naturaliza- 
tion Club. 

Public office: Alderman and Director of Health 
and Charity 1955-66, City Council President 
1962-64, Chairman of the Council for the 
Aging 1963-64, Lawrence Housing Author- 
ity 1947-55 (vice chairman 1950-55), Mass. 
House 1965-74. 



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PAUL H. GUZZI 

23 Otis Place, Newton, 12th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Newton, June 17, 1942. 

Education: Newton High School, Harvard Col- 
lege. 

Profession: Legislator — Former teacher. 

Organizations: Harvard Club of Boston, Mass. 
Secondary School Principals' Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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189 




EDWARD DENNIS HARRINGTON, Jr. 

170 South Rd., Holden, 3rd Worcester District, 
Republican. 

Born: Worcester, Aug. 11, 1921. 

Education: Holden High School. 

Occupation: Foreman. 

Organizations: Veterans of Foreign Wars, 
American Legion. 

Public office: Former Assessor, Mass. House 
1957-74. 



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PETER F. HARRINGTON 

157 Lowell Ave., Newton, 12th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Washington D. C, Feb. 12, 1936. 

Education: Providence College, Boston College 
Law School, New England School of Law. 

Profession: Legislator-Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Newton 
Coalition for New Politics. 

Public office: Board of Aldermen (vice presi- 
dent), Democratic City Committee, Charter 
Review Commission, Mass. House 1973-74. 



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191 




NORRIS W. HARRIS 

66 Overlook Rd., Marblehead, 8th Essex 
District, Republican 

Born: Marblehead, Mar. 16, 1915. 

Education: Marblehead Schools, Northeastern 
University B.B.A., Boston College, Florida 
University, Bentley School of Accounting. 

Occupation: Labor Relations and Compensation. 

Organizations: Thomson Country Club, Marble- 
head Yacht Club, Knights of Columbus, 
Gerry 5 V.F.A., Tnc. 

Public office: Board of Health, Selectman, 
Mass. House 1973-74. 



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FRANCIS W. HATCH, Jr. 

Preston Place, Beverly (Beverly Farms), 3rd 
Essex District, Republican (Minority Leader). 

Born: Cambridge, May 6, 1925. 

Education: Harvard College. 

Organizations: Overseer, Greater Boston Boys 
Clubs, Mass. Society for Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children (Trustee), Boy Scouts 
(North Bay Council, director). 

Public office: Alderman 1957-63, Republican 
State Committee 1959-63, Mass. House 
1963-74. 



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JONATHAN L. HEALY 

Mohawk Trail, Charlemont (Shelburne Falls 
Post Office), 1st Franklin District, Republican. 

Born: Greenfield, Oct. 10, 1945. 

Education: Punahou School, Williams College. 

Profession: Teacher-coach. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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WILLIAM FRANCIS HOGAN 

191 Hancock St., Everett, 15th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Everett, June 6, 1925. 

Education: Everett parochial and public 
schools. North East School of Radio and 
Television, Harvard University Extension, 
Portia Law School. 

Occupation: Salesman. 

Organizations: American Legion, Disabled 
American Veterans, Moose, Knights of Co- 
lumbus, Elks. 

Public oflfice: Mass. House 1965-'74. 



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IRIS HOLLAND 

30 Halifax Ct., Springfield, 7th Hampden 
District, Republican. 

Born: Springfield, Sept. 30, 1920. 

Education: Classical High School, Rider College, 
Trenton, N.J. 

Business: Real Estate Management. 

Organizations: Goodwill Industries (board of 
directors), Amblyopia Detection Program for 
Project Headstart (director and consultant). 
National and Mass. Society for the Prevention 
of Blindness (teacher-trainer for amblyopia 
program), Board of Education Sinai Temple. 

Public office: Republican City Committee, Mass. 
House 1973-74. 



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MARIE ELIZABETH HOWE 

19 Pembroke St., Somerville, 4th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Somerville, Massachusetts. 

Education: Matignon High School, Brooks 
Junior College, Suffolk University, New Eng- 
land School of Law J.D. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: St. Ann's Guild, ZONTA, Na- 
tional Order of Women Legislators. 

Public office: Somerville School Committee (vice 
chairman, chairman), Democratic Ward and 
City Committee, Mass. House 1965-74. 



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JAMES P. HURRELL 

522 Chickering Rd., North Andover, 13th Essex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Methuen, March 1, 1944. 

Education: North Andover public schools, 
Newman Preparatory School, Suffolk Uni- 
versity. 

Profession: Government — Real estate. 

Public office: Mass. House 1967-'68 & 1971-74. 



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DAMEL L. JOYCE, JR. 

10 Revere Rd., Woburn, 22nd Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Woburn, May 14, 1934. 

Education: Boston College, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Attorney. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Lions, 
Mass., Middlesex, and American Bar Assns. 

Public office: Mass. House 1969-74. 



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JOSEPH M. KEARNEY 

40 Austin St., Boston (Hyde Park), 13th Suffolk 
District (Ward 18), Democrat. 

Born: Providence, R. I., Feb. 23, 1927. 

Education: Jamaica Plain High School, Staley 
College, Suffolk University, Portia Law 
School LL.B. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Amer- 
ican Legion, Holy Name Society. 

Public office: Mass. House 1963-74. 



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JOHN G. KELI.EHER 

31 May St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 8th Suffolk 
District (Wards 11 and 19), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, April 4, 1943. 

Education: Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Mary's 

High School, Boston College. 
Profession: Government. 
Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Jamaica 

Hills Assn., B.S.I. E. U. I^ocal 285. 
Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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RICHARD E. KENDALL 

21 Green Harbor Rd., Falmouth, 3rd 
Barnstable District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Aug. 21, 1934. 

Education: Brown University B.A., Suffolk Uni- 
versity-College of Business Administration. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Rotary Club, Marine Corps 
League, Falmouth Hospital (trustee). 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Mass. 
House 1971-74. 



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F. LEO KENNEY 

8 Susan Parkway, Uxbridge, 8th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Franklin, Nov. 15, 1902. 

Education: Franklin High School, Dean Acad- 
emy, Lowell Technological Institute. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus (4th 
Degree), Rotary (past president). Friendly 
Sons of St. Patrick, Rhode Island Police 
Chiefs (honorary member), Mass. Selectmen's 
Assn. 

Public office: Blackstone River Flood Control 
Commission '55, Uxbridge Finance Board 
(8 yrs.), Chairman of Board of Selectmen 
(7 yrs.), Mass. House 1967-'74. 



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GEORGE KEVERIAN 

116 Irving St., Everett, 15th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Everett, June 3, 1931. 

Education: Everett Hieh School, Tufts College, 
Harvard College B.A. '53 (American Political 
Science). 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: AMVETS, Elks. 

Public oflfice: Common Council (8 yrs., presi- 
dent '60), Alderman (3 yrs.), Mass. House 
1967-'74. 



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ARTHUR M. KHOURY 

15 Bunkerhill St., Lawrence, 16th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: I awrence, Feb. 5, 1940. 

Education: Lawrence Public Schools, University 
of Massachusetts B.A., Georgetown Law 
Center L.L.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American, Mass., Essex County 
and Lawrence Bar Assns., Y.M.C.A. Youth 
Committee, Lawrence Y's Mens, Bon Secours 
Men's Guild, St. Anthony's Holy Name 
Society. 

Public office: Zoning Board of Appeals (past 
chairman), Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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CORNELIUS F. KIERNAN 

22 Phillips St., Lowell, 31st Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Aug. 15, 1917. 

Education: St. Patrick Boys' Parochial School, 
Lowell High School, Northeastern University 
LL.B. '41, Boston University. 

Profession: Lawyer, 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Elks, 
American Legion, Lowell Bar Assn., Middle- 
sex County Law Library Assn. (trustee), 
Order of Ahepa, Tyngsboro Sportsmen Club, 
Lowell Assn. Retarded Children. 

Public office: School Committee 1948-49, 
Mass. House 1949-'74. 



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JOHN G. KING 

35 Chase St., Danvers, 6th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Beverly, Nov. 30, 1942. 

Education: St. John's Preparatory School, Dan- 
vers, Boston University, Suffolk Law^ School. 

Profession: Attorney. 

Organizations: Essex Bar Assn., Salem Bar 

Assn. 

Pnblic office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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MELVIN H. KING 

4 Yarmouth St., Boston (Roxbury), 4th Suffolk 
District (Wards 4 and 10), Democrat. 

Born: Boston. Oct. 20, 1928. 

Education: Boston Technical High School, Claf- 
lin College B. A., Boston Teachers College 
(Masters degree), Boston University, North- 
eastern University. 

Profession: Associate Director, Community Fel- 
lows Program — Department of Urban Stud- 
ies and Planning, M.I.T. 

Organizations: Low-Cost Housing Inc., Bridge 
Fund, Inc., Franklin Park Community College. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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WILLIAM KITTERMAN 

404 Dalton Ave., Pittsfield, 3rd Berkshire 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Pittsfield, July 19, 1928. 

Education: Pittsfield High School, Mass. State 
Police Academy, University of Mass. Exten- 
sion, Portia Law School. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, American 
Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mass. 
State Police Assn., Pittsfield Police Assn., 
Holy Name Society, Mass. Legislators Assn., 
Irish American Club, German American 
Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-'74. 



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MATTHEW J. KUSS 

40 Bowers St., Fall River, 5th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Dec. 5, 1915. 

Education: B.M.C. Durfee High School, Thi- 
bodeau College. 

Business: Dry cleaning and laundering. 

Organizations: Elks, American Legion, Polish 
American War Veterans (past commander), 
Fall River War Veterans Council (past com- 
mander), V.F.W. 

Public office: Park Commissioner 1946-'52, 
Bradford Durfee College of Technology 
(trustee), Democratic National Convention 
(1952, 1956), Democratic City Committee, 
Ward 2 Democratic Committee, Mass. House 
1959-74. 



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RAYMOND MICHAEL LaFONTAINE 

20 Sunset Rd., Gardner, 15th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Gardner, May 18, 1927. 

Education: Gardner High School, University of 
Maryland. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Ok-ganizations: Veterans of Foreign Wars, 
American Legion, Polish-American Veterans, 
Club Social Acadien, Eagles, Elks, Gardner 
Fish and Gun Club, Inc., Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public office: School Committee 1963-67, 
Mass. House 1966-74. 



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NICKOLAS LAMBROS 

20 Green St., Dracut, 29th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Dracut, Jan. 9, 1933. 

Education: St. Michael's grade school, Dracut 
High School, Suffolk University. 

Occupation: Water department superintendent. 

Public office: Water Commissioner 1960-70, 
Mass. House 1970-74. 



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RICHARD EDWARD LANDRY 

11 Crafts St., Waltham, 10th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Waltham, May 29, 1936. 

Education: Newton Junior College A. A. '60, 

Boston University School of PubHc Relations 

B.S. '62. 
Profession: Legislator. 
Organizations: Fernald League (director). 

Human Rights Committee (vice chairman), 

D.A.V. (past commander), V.F.W., S.O.S. 

(past chairman). 

Public office: Alternate Delegate '68 National 
Convention, Democratic City Committee 
(chairman), Mass. House 1963-'74. 



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DAVID J. LANE 

John Wise Ave., Essex, 2nd Essex District, 
Republican. 

Bom: Gloucester, July 6, 1927. 

Education: Gloucester High School, Harvard 
College A.B. 

Business: Insurance broker. 

Organizations: Essex County Greenbelt Assn., 
Essex Conservation Trust. 

Public oincc: Blue Ribbon Automobile Insurance 
Study Commission 1969-70, Overall Econom- 
ic Development Committee of Cape Ann 
1971-72, Town Moderator 1966 to present, 
Mass. House 1973-74. 



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FRANCIS C. LAPOINTE 

43 Mt. Vernon Rd., Chicopee, 3rd Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Chicopee, Jan. 13, 1939. 

Education: Chicopee public schools, University 
of Mass., Westfield State College, New York 
University, Holy Cross, U.C.L.A., Bachelor 
and Master degrees. 

Profession: Educator. 

Organizations: AFL-CIO-AFT, Chicopee Jay- 
cees, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, 
Mass. House 1969-74. 



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PETER H. LAPPIN 

40 Belvidere St., Springfield, 8th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Portland, Me., Sept. 25, 1938. 

Education: Cathedral High School (Springfield), 
Ottero Junior College (Lajunta, Col.), Ameri- 
can International College, Columbia Uni- 
versity (School of Mental Retardation). 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: So. End Community Center (first 
vice president). Elks, Knights of Columbus, 
Home City Council No. 63, Big Brothers. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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J. LOUIS LEBLANC 

3735 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford, 1st Bristol 
District, Democrat. 

Born: New Bedford, Jan. 6, 1940. 

Education: St. Anthony High School, South- 
eastern Massachusetts University '62, New 
England School of Law '66. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Southeastern Massachusetts Uni- 
versity Alumni Assn., Delta Kappa Phi Fra- 
ternity of America, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office: City Council 1962-'65, Mass. 
House 1965-'74. 



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DAVID J. LIONETT 

17 Nottingham Rd., Worcester, 16th 
Worcester District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 3, 1943. 

Education: Wachusett Regional High School, 
Tufts College B.A. economics '65, Boston 
University Insurance Institute '68, Charter 
Life Underwriter designation C.L.U. '68. 

Occupation: Life insurance agent. 

Organizations: Million Dollar Round Table, Big 
Brothers Assn., Jaycees, Friend of Children 
Society. 

Public office: Republican City Committee, Mass. 
House 1971 -'74. 



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ALEXANDER LOLAS 

Upper Palmer Rd., Monson, 1st Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Monson, July 9, 1932. 

Education: Monson High School, Monson 
Academy, American International College. 

Organizations: American Legion, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-74. 



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GERALD P. LOMBARD 

42 Summer St., Fitchburg, 13th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Fitchburg, Jan. 4, 1916. 

Education: St. Bernard High School. 

Business: Real estate. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Ameri- 
can Legion, AMVETS, Reserve Officers Assn., 
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Eagles, Elks. 

PubMc office: Mass. House 1947-74. 



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MICHAEL JAMES LOMBARDI 

1 14 Fifth St., Cambridge, 1st Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, May 27, 1917. 

Education: Sacred Heart School, Rindge Tech- 
nical High School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: American Legion, Disabled 
American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign 
Wars, Knights of Columbus, Elks, St. 
Michael's Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-74. 



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CHARLES W. LONG 

Walpole St., Dover, 10th Norfolk District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boston, Aug. 14, 1940. 

Education: Harvard College, Harvard Law 

School. 
Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: Westwood Lions Club. 
Public office: Mass. House 1964, 1967-74. 



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JOHN J. LONG 

109 Barre St., Fall River, 7th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Bora: Fall River, Dec. 10, 1927. 

Education: B.M.C. Durfee High School, Boston 
University College of Business Administra- 
tion, Rhode Island College of Education. 

Occupation: Insurance broker. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Disabled 
American Veterans, Elks, Veterans of For- 
eign Wars, Holy Name Society. 

Public office: Mass. House 1957-74. 



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JOHN H. LORING 

60 Willow St., Acton, 33rd Middlesex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Concord, Mar. 5, 1926. 

Education: Concord High School, Northeastern 
University, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology. 

Profession: Chemical Engineer. 

Organizations: American Industrial Hygiene 
Assn., American Association for Contamina- 
tion Control, American Chemical Society, 
Corinthian Lodge A.F. & A.M., Middlesex 
County Selectmans Assn. 

Public office: Selectman, Board of Assessors, 
Planning Board, Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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GARRETH J. LYNCH 

9 Yankee Cir., Westfield, 15th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Portsmouth, N.H., Mar. 13, 1943. 

Education: Assumption Preparatory, College of 
the Holy Cross (1 yr.), Worcester Jr. College 
A.A., Westfield State College A.B. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Greater Westfield Young Demo- 
crats, Sportsmen's Club, Skeet and Trapshoot- 
ers, Citizens for Participation Politics, Mass. 
Teachers Assn. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, Mass. 
House 1973-74. 



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FREDERICK M. MacDONALD 

13 Hecla St., Boston (Dorchester), 11th Suffolk 
District (Ward 15), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Aug. 3, 1924. 

Education: Boston Latin School, Boston Uni- 
versity A. A., A.B., Boston State College 
M.Ed., Bentley College, Harvard University, 
Hebrew College, St. Francis Xavier University 
(Antigonish, Nova Scotia). 

Profession: Teacher of Political Science. 

Organizations: New Dorchester House Cofn- 
munity Center (chairman building committee). 
Meeting House Improvement Assn., Fields 
Corner Neighborhood Assn., Glovers Corner 
Civic Club, Holy Name Society, Knights of 
Columbus, Mass. Federation of Teachers, 
Federated Neighborhood Houses, American 
Legion, AMVETS, V.F.W. 

Public office: Democratic Ward Committee 
1952-72, Mass. House 1973-74. 



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CHARLES A. MacKENZIE, JR. 

134 Hathaway St., Wareham, 6th Plymouth 
District, Republican. 

Born: Fairhaven, Feb. 4, 1919. 

Education: Wareham High School. 

Occupation: Accountant. 

Public office: Town Accountant, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Moderator, Mass. House 1967-74. 



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WILLIAM Q. MacLEAN, Jr. 

60 Lafayette St., Fairhaven, 4th Bristol District, 
Democrat, (Majority Whip). 

Born: New Bedford, Nov. 4, 1934. 

Education: Fairhaven public schools, Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts. 

Business: Insurance. 

Organizations: Boys' Club Alumni, North Fair- 
haven Improvement Assn., Fairhaven Varsity 
Club, Moose, Fairhaven Boys' Club (director), 
Wamsutta Club. 

Public office: School Committee, Mass. House 
1961-74. 



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THOMAS H. D. MAHONEY 

86 Sparks St., Cambridge, 2nd Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Nov. 4, 1913. 

Education: Cambridge public schools, Boston 
College A.B., A.M., George Washington Univ. 
Ph.D., Harvard (JFK School of Govt.) M.P.A, 
Fellow in Law and History — Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession: Prof, of History & Political Science, 
M.LT. 

Organizations: Am. Hist. Assn., Am. Catholic 
Hist. Assn., Royal Hist. Society (fellow), New- 
ton College of the Sacred Heart (trustee), 
Mass. Hist. Soc, Mass. Civic League 
(director). 

Public office: School Com. 1948-54, City Coun- 
cil 1964-70, Mass. House 1971-74. 



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DONALD J. MANNING 

16 Grant Place, Waltham, 11th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Waltham, June 23, 1929. 

Education: St. Mary's High School, Boston 
College, Portia Law School. 

Organization: Moose. 

Public office: Democratic Ward and City Com- 
mittees, City Council, Mass. House 1961-74. 



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M. JOSEPH MANNING 

583 Adams St., Milton, 6th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Milton, Sept. 23, 1924. 

Education: Milton High School, Bentley Col- 
lege of Accounting and Finance '51. 

Occupation: Training administrator. 

Organizations: American Legion, Knights of 
Columbus, Elks, Carlson's Raiders, Int'l. 
Assn. of Assessing Officers, AMVETS. 

Public office: Democratic Town Committee 
(chairman). Civil Defense, Board of Asses- 
sors 1957-'74, Board of Park Commissioners 
1950-'59, Town Meeting Member 1947-'74, 
Mass. House ]967-'74. 



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231 




EDWARD J. MARKEY 

7 Townsend St., Maiden, 16th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Maiden, July 11, 1946. 

Education: Maiden Catholic High School, 
Boston College A.B., Boston College Law 
School J.D. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Irish American Club, Ancient 
Order of Hibernians. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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CLIFFORD HOLMES MARSHALL 

64 Edison St., Quincy, 2nd Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Bom: Quincy, Dec. 14, 1937. 

Education: Quincy public schools, Suffolk Uni- 
versity. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Ward 2 Civic Assn., Knights of 
Columbus, Elks, Quincy Youth Football 
League, Holy Name Society, Southeastern 
Chapter Heart Assn., AMVETS, U. S. 
Marine Corps League, Young Democrats. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, City 
Council 1965-'69, Democratic State Commit- 
tee 1971-75, Mass. House 1969-74. 



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PETER L. MASNIK 

38 Flagg St., Worcester, 22nd Worcester 
District, Republican. 

Born: Newark, N. J., March 13, 1942. 

Education: Worcester public schools. Classical 
High School, University of Mass. at Amherst 
B.A. '63, Boston College Law School J.D. '66. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Citizens "Plan E" Assn., B'nai 
B'rith, Civil Liberties Onion, Citizens for 
Participation Politics, County Republican 
Club, Jaycees, Mass and Worcester Co. Bar 
Associations. 

Public office: Republican City Committee, 
Ma?=s. House 1971-74. 



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FRANK J. MATRANGO 

52 East Quincy St., North Adams, 1st Berkshire 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, July 19, 1926. 

Education: Cathedral High School, College of 
the Holy Cross B.S. Ed. 

Profession: Education counselor — Teacher. 
Organizations: American Legion, Elks. 
Public office: Mass. House 1969-74. 



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ANTHONY P. McBRIDE 

10 Orchard St., Adams, 2nd Berkshire District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Adams, Aug. 28, 1932. 

Education: Adams High School, Manhattan 

College, New England Institute. 
Business: Funeral director. 

Organizations: Northern Berkshire Develop- 
ment Corp. (director). United Community 
Service (director), Mass. Selectman's Assn. 

Public office: Northern Berkshire School Com- 
mittee, Selectman, Town Democratic Com- 
mittee, Mass. House 1 969-74. 



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PETER c. McCarthy 

16 Lenox Rd., Peabody, 5th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Peabody, Sept. 8, 1941. 

Education: Peabody Schools, Suffolk University 

A.B. 
Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Marine Corps League, American 
Judicature Society, Mass. Legislator's Assn., 
Knights of Columbus, Ancient Order of 
Hibernians, National Historical Society. 

Public office: City Committee 1964-72 (chair- 
man 72), School Committee 1965-'69 (Vice- 
Chairman '68), Institute Library and Lyceuim 
1966-present), North Shore Regional Voca- 
tional School Planning Board 1968-'69, Home 
Rule Commission 1968-present, Mass. House 
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ROBERT E. McCarthy 

353 Summer St., East Bridgewater, 8th 
Plymouth District, Democrat. 

Born: Brockton, Jan. 12, 1940. 

Education: East Bridgewater Schools, U. S. 

Military Academy at West Point B.S. '61. 

Boston College Law School LL.B. '67. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Kiwanis, Jaycees, Assn. of New 
England Football Officials, Eastern Assn. of 
Intercollegiate Football Officials, Mass., Plym- 
outh County and Boston Bar Assns., Plym- 
outh County Democratic League. 

Public office: Selectman 1969-72, Mass. House 
1971-74. 



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TERRENCE P. McCARTHY 

Webaqua Rd., Oak Bluffs, 1st Dukes District, 
Independent. 

Born: Providence, R.T., Aug. 12, 1941. 

Education: Providence College, Suffolk Law 
School. 

Business: Volkswagen dealer. 

Organizations: Lions Club, Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Public office: Town Moderator, Mass. House 
1973-74. 



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EDWARD A. McCOLGAN 

218 South St., Northampton, 1st Hampshire 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Northampton (Florence), Mar. 20, 1932. 

Eklucation: Springfield College, University of 
Connecticut. 

Profession: Government. 

Public office: City Council, Mass. House 1969- 
74. 



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THOMAS WILLIAM McGEE 

9 Pine Rd., Lynn, 10th Essex District, 
Democrat, (Majority Leader). 

Born: Lynn, May 24, 1924. 

Education: Lynn English High School, Boston 
University General College, Boston University 
School of Law. 

Organizations: American Legion, Disabled 
American Veterans, AMVETS, Massasoit 
Club of West Lynn, V.F.W. 

Public office: City Council 1956-'61 (president 
1958-'59), Mass. House 1963-74. 



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ROBERT J. McGinn 

59 Hubbard St., Westfield, 12th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Niles, Michigan, Dec. 18, 1918. 

Education: St. Mary's Grammar and High 
School (St. Albans, Vt.), Bay Path Business 
Institute. 

Occupation: Police officer (retired). 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public office: Mass. House 1961-74. 



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JOHN JAMES McGLYNN 

20 Gushing St., Medford, 14th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Feb. 26, 1922. 

Education: Northeastern University, Suffolk 
University, Portia haw School LL.B. 

Business: Realtor. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Disabled 
American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign 
Wars, American Legion, Elks, Sons of Italy 
(associate member). Moose. 

Public office: City Council (8 terms). Mayor 
1962-'67, 1970-71, Mass. House 1959-74. 



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CHARLES M. McGOWAN 

403 Highland St., Dedham, 8th Norfolk 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 13, 1923. 

Education: Boston public schools, Northeastern 
University. 

Occupation: Broker-appraiser. 

Organizations: American Legion, Knights of 
Columbus, Engineers Local 780. 

Public office: Selectman (6 yrs.) (former chair- 
man), Mass. House 1969-74. 



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RICHARD M. McGRATH 

3 1 Irving Street, Watertown, 9th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Bom: Somerville, Apr. 4, 1931. 

Education: Somerville and Medford Public and 
Parochial Schools, St. John's Preparatory, 
Suffolk University. 

Business: Insurance agent. 

Organizations: Marine Corps League, The Hun- 
dred Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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ARTHUR JAMES McKENNA 

652 Chestnut St., Springfield, 5th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Oct. 29, 1914. 

Education: Cathedral High School, Sacred 
Heart School. 

Business: American Bosch ARMA Corp. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public office: Board of Aldermen 1953-61, 
Mass. House 1963-74. 



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MICHAEL E. McLaughlin 

21 River St., Billerica, 27th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Oct. 27, 1945. 

Education: Plymouth State College of the Univ. 
of New Hampshire, Burdett College, Lowell 
State College. 

Profession: Teacher. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Teachers Assn., Mass. Coaches Assn. 

Public office: Selectman (vice chairman). Re- 
gional Drug Committee, Permanent School 
Building Committee, Industrial Commission, 
Council for the Aging (chairman). Town 
Meeting Member, Community Action Board, 
Drug Abuse Committee, Mass. House 1971- 
'74. 



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247 




JOHN F. MELIA 

14 William Jackson Ave., Boston (Brighton), 
15th Suffolk District (Wards 21, 22), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, June 5, 1915. 

Education: St. Columbkille's School, Brighton 

High School, Boston Commerce Graduate 

School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Public office: Mass. House 1 965-74. 



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DAVID J. MOFENSON 

19 Hargrave Cir., Newton, 13th Middlesex 
District, Democrat 

Born: Neptune, New Jersey, Feb. 7, 1943. 

Education: Newton High School, Tufts Uni- 
versity A.B. '64, Boston University J.D. '67. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee (chair- 
man), Mass. House 1971-'74. 



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LOUIS J. MORINI 

92 Ridgewood Ter., Northampton, 1st Hamp- 
shire District, Republican. 

Born: Italy, Oct. 8, 1907. 

Education: Local schools and Engineering 
school. 

Business: Dry cleaning. 

Organizations: Elks, Parent Teachers Assn. 
(president). 

Public office: Councillor (15 yrs., president 4 
yrs.), Mass. House 1967-74. 



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JOHN E. MURPHY, JR. 

25 Myles Rd., Peabody, 5th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Richmond, Va., April 3, 1943. 

Education: St. John's Grammar School, New- 
man Preparatory School, Providence College, 
Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Ancient Order of Hiber- 
nians, American, Mass., Essex and Salem Bar 
Assns., Mass. Trial Lawyers Assn. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee 
1968-72, Mass. House 1971-74. 



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PAUL MAURICE MURPHY 

193 Boylston St., Brockton, 11th Plymouth 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Brockton, Feb. 24, 1932. 

Education: Brockton High School, Thayer 
Academy, Williams College, Boston Univer- 
sity School of Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Hibernians, Plymouth County 
Bar Assn., Bertocci Memorial Club. 

Public ofirce: Mass. House 1961-74. 



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ALBERT L. NASH 

468 Pleasant St., Leicester, 7th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Millbury, May 13, 1921. 

Education: Millbury High School. 

Business: Dry cleaning. 

Organizations: Worcester County Selectmen's 
Assn., Worcester County Deputy Sheriffs' 
Assn., Leicester Rod and Gun Club, Amer- 
ican Legion, Knights of Columbus. 

Public office. Selectman, Board of Water Com- 
missioners Hillcrest Water District, Mass. 
House 1965-74. 



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JOHN JOSEPH NAVIN 

15 Preston St., Marlborough, 37th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Marlborough, Sept. 9, 1915. 

Education: Marlborough High School. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Hiber- 
nians, American Legion, Disabled American 
Veterans, Moose. 

Public office: Mass. House 1957-74. 



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LOUIS R. NICKINELLO 

68 Pine St., Natick, 40th Middlesex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: East Boston, Sept. 8, 1940. 

Education: Natick High School, Bentley Col- 
lege. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Kiwanis Club, Elks, Sons of 
Italy, New England Water Works Assn., Mass. 
Highway Assn. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member (7 yrs.). 
Democratic Town Committee, Board of Pub- 
lic Works (chairman), Mass. House 1971 -'74. 




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JAMES RICHARD NOLEN 

25 Homecrest Ave., Ware, 2nd Hampshire 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Holyoke, April 17, 1933. 

Education: Deerfield Academy, Harvard Col- 
lege A.B. '56, Columbia University Graduate 
School of Business M.S. '58, Portia Law 
School LL.B. '65. 

Profession: Government and law. 

Organizations: Lions, Knights of Columbus, 
Grange, Aspen Street Rod and Gun Club, 
Holy Name Society. 

Public office: Mass. House 1959-'74. 



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NILS L. NORDBERG 

32 Pennsylvania Ave,, Reading, 21st Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Born: Woburn, Nov. 6, 1934. 

Education: Reading public schools, Cornell 
University. 

Business: Caterer. 

Organizations: Masons, Jaycees, Mass. Restau- 
rant Assn., Reading Taxpayers Assn., Mass. 
Taxpayers Federation, Eastern Middlesex 
Mental Health Assn. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Mass. 
House 1969-74. 



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THOMAS C. NORTON 

422 Reading St., Fall River, 8th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Dec. 11, 1934. 

Education: Sacred Heart Grammar School, Dur- 
fee High School, Bridgewater State College. 

Profession: Occupational Education Teacher. 

Organizations: Eagles, Elks, Fall River Teachers 
Assn. (honorary member), Margoni Club 
(honorary member). 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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JAMES ANTHONY O'BRIEN, Jr. 

37 Forest St., Fall River, 6th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, June 22, 1919. 

Education: Durfee High School, Suffolk Uni- 
versity. 

Occupation: Sanitarian. 

Organizations: American Legion, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, Knights of Columbus, Elks, 
Corky Row Club, Cathedral Men's Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1961-74. 



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KENNETH M. O'BRIEN 

858 Woodstock Rd., Southbridge, 5th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Southbridge, Feb. 5, 1951. 

Education: Marianhill High School, Harvard 
College. 

Profession: Student. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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HENRY J. O'DONNELL DI 

46 Washington Sq., Salem, 7th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, March 13, 1940. 

Education: St. John's Preparatory School, Salem 
State College B.S., Tufts University M.A., 
University of Buffalo Ed.M., Harvard Gradu- 
ate School of Education, State University of 
New York at Buffalo . 

Profession: Legislator-Education. 

Organization: Common Cause. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, Mass. 
House 1970-74. 



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CARL R. OHLSON 

157 Spring St., West Bridgewater, 10th 
Plymouth District, Republican. 

Born: Brockton, June 4, 1925. 

Education: West Bridgewater public schools. 

Occupation: Glazier. 

Public office: School Committee (2 terms), 
Mass. House 1969-74. 



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JAMES E. O'LEARY 

218 North Pleasant St., Holyoke, 11th Hampden 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Holyoke, April 7, 1933. 

Education: Holyoke public schools, St. An- 
selm's College B.A. '54, Springfield College 
M.Ed. '61. 

Profession: Teacher-coach. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Elks, An- 
cient Order of Hibernians, Holy Name So- 
ciety, Boys Club Alumni, St. Patrick's Parade 
Committee (past president). Rosary Oldtimers, 
Townhouse Singers. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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THOMAS P. 0'NEn>L HI 

17 Harrison Ave., Cambridge, 3rd Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Sept. 20, 1944. 

Education: St. John's Grammar, North Cam- 
bridge Catholic High School, Boston College 
'68, Institute of Finance-New York City. 

Business: Stockbroker. 

Organizations: Paraplegic Research Foundation 
(vice president), Somerville Adult Retardant, 
Inc. (treasurer), Greater Boston Assn. of 
Retarded Children (Director-Cambridge chap- 
ter). 

Public office: Democratic city Committee, Mass. 
House 1973-'74. 



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O. ROLAND ORLANDI 

18 Hull St., Boston, 3rd Suffolk District 
rWard 3), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Mar. 25, 1936. 

Education: Boston University A.B., Boston 
University Law School LL.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: North End Athletic Assn., Fan- 
euil Chapter of the Mass. Mental Health Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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BILL OWENS 

115 Hazelton St., Boston (Mattapan), 10th 
Suffolk District (Ward 14), Democrat. 

Bom: Demopolis, Ala., July 6, 1937. 

Education: Boston English High School, Boston 
Clerical, Boston University, Harvard Univer- 
sity, University of Massachusetts. 

Profession: Education administrator. 

Organizations: Urban League of Boston (chair- 
man), Concerned Parents of The Gibson 
School, Project J.E.S.L (director). 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



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ROBERT OWENS 

166 Union Ave,, Framingham, 39th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Oct. 7, 1946. 

Education: Marian High School, Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organization: United States Naval Reserve. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-'74, 



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RAYMOND S. PECK 

25 Summit Ave., Dartmouth, 3rd Bristol 
District, Democrat. 

Born: New Bedford, Dec. 10, 1922. 

Education: Dartmouth public schools. Provi- 
dence Business and Trade School, Kingston 
Trade School. 

Business: Sporting goods and proprietor of golf 
driving range. 

Organizations: Rotary, Knights of Columbus, 
Moose, Dartmouth Youth Activities Assn., 
Portuguese American Social Club, South- 
eastern Mass. Police Chiefs Assn., Mass. 
Selectmen's Assn. 

Public office: Selectman 1962-65, Town Meet- 
ing Member (15 yrs.), Mass. House 1965-'74. 



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FELIX R. PERRAULT 

38 Pleasant St., Westford, 34th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Oct. 27, 1915. 

Education: Lowell public schools, Lowell 
Technological Institute. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: V.F.W., Am. Legion, Knights 
of Columbus, B.P.O.E., Holy Name Society, 
St. James the Apostle Mission Club, Kiwanis. 

Public office: Trustee of Tewksbury State Hos- 
pital, Westford Democratic Committee (chair- 
man), Nashoba Valley Democratic Commit- 
tee (secretary), Mass. House 1965-74. 



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ROBERT G. PHELAN 

12 King's Beach Rd., Lynn, 9th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, Mar. 19, 1933. 

Education: Lynn Public Schools, College of the 
Holy Cross B.S. '54, Boston College Law 
School J.D. '57. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Essex Couny Bar Assn., Lynn 
Bar Assn. 

Public office: Asst. District Attorney (Eastern 
District), Mass. House 1973-'74. 



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WILLIAM A. PICKETT 

102 Powder House Blvd., Somerville, 5th 
Middlesex District, Democrat. 

Bom: Somerville, June 10, 1935. 
Education: St. Catherine's School, Somerville 
High School, Northeastern University B.S. 

Business: City Press Inc., Treasurer 

Organizations: Elks (past exalted ruler), Somer- 
ville Hospital (trustee), Somerville Communi- 
ty Council (past president), Gridiron Club, 
Greater Boston Heart Assn. (director). 

Public office: Democratic Ward and City Com- 
mittee, Treasurer of the City of Somerville 
1966-'67, Mass. House 1969-74. 



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ANGELO PICUCCI 

148 Ninth St., Leominster, 12th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Leominster, April 12, 1915. 

Education: Leominster High School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: American Legion, Elks, Club 
L' Assumption, Franco-American Veterans, 
Italian American Citizens Club, Eagles, 
Knights of Columbus, Leominster Sportsman 
Assn. Inc., Moose, L'Union St. Jean Baptiste 
dAmerique, Marine Corps League, St. Anne's 
Holy Name Society. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee, City 
Councillor 1963-67 (president 1967), Mass. 
House 1967-74. 



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RONALD ANTHONY PINA 

600 Rockdale Ave., New Bedford, 2nd Bristol 
District, Democrat. 

Born: New Bedford, Aug. 11, 1944. 

Education: New Bedford Public Schools, Provi- 
dence College A.B., Boston College Law 
School J.D. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American, Massachusetts and 
New Bedford Bar Assns,, Trial Lawyers Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



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LOIS G. PINES 

40 Helena Rd., Newton, 13th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Maiden, Aug. 20, 1940. 

Education: Belmont High School, Barnard Col- 
lege A.B. '60, Boston University Law School, 
Cincinnati School of Law J.D. '63. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American, Massachusetts and 
Boston Bar Assn., Combined Jewish Philan- 
thropies (Committee on Social Welfare Issues). 

Public office: Newton Board of Aldermen, Mass. 
House 1973-'74. 



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VINCENT JOSEPH PIRO 

482 Medford St., Somerville, 4th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, May 15, 1941. 

Education: Somerville High School, Salem 

State College B.S. El. Ed. '64, Ed.M. '66, 

Boston University 1968. 

Profession: Legislator (former teacher). 

Organizations: Mass. and Mid'sex Co. Teachers' 
Assn., Elks, Moose, Dante Club, Somerville 
City Club, St. Polycarp's Men's Assn. 

Public office: Board of Aldermen 1 965-'68 (past 
president '67), School Committee (ex officio 
'67), Democratic State Committee, Demo- 
cratic Ward and City Committee (vice chair- 
man) 1968-'72, Mass. House 1969-'74. 



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MANUEL RAPOSA, Jr. 

555 Main St., Somerset, 9th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Somerset, May 13, 1915. 

Education: Fall River public schools. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, AMVETS, 
Portuguese American War Veterans, Portu- 
guese American Civic League, Elks, Ameri- 
can Legion, Affonso Costa Club, World War 
II Club, Border City Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-74. 



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ROBERT C. REYNOLDS 

20 Solomon Pond Rd., Northborough, 23rd 
Worcester District, Republican. 

Born: Rochester, N. H., Nov. 6, 1934. 

Education: Hillside School for Boys, North- 
borough High School, San Antonio Junior 
College (Texas), Boston University, Suffolk 
Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Lions Club, Northborough Busi- 
nessmen's Assn., Masonic Lodge, Aleppo 
Temple, Shriners, Mass. Bar Assn., Hillside 
School (board of trustees). 

Public office: Northborough Board of Appeals 
'chairman). Town Moderator, Mass. House 

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WILLIAM GEORGE ROBINSON 

10 Sunset Rd., Melrose, 19th Middlesex 
District, Republican (Minority Whip). 

Born: Boston, Mar. 10, 1926. 

Education: Maiden and Boston public schools, 
City College of New York, Boston University. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: Lions Club, Maiden Chamber of 
Commerce, Sioneham Lodge Sons of Italy, 
Knights of Columbus, Moose, Holy Name 
Society. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-74. 



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MAURICE E. RONAYNE, Jr. 

277 Sherman St., Canton, 7th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Canton, Nov. 16, 1917. 

Education: St. John's School, Canton High 
School. 

Occupation: Town Clerk. 

Organizations: American Legion, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, Knights of Columbus, Holy 
Name Society. 

Public office: School Committee, Selectman, 
Industrial Commission (chairman). Town 
Clerk, Mass. House 1965-74. 



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279 



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JON ROTENBERG 

476 Heath St., Brookline, 13th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 21, 1947. 

Education: The Winchendon School, Ohio Uni- 
versity. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971 -'74. 



280 



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RAYMOND F. ROURKE 

1283 Lawrence St., Lowell, 30th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Bora: Lowell, Oct. 10, 1917. 

Education: Keith Academy, Lowell Commer- 
cial College. 

Occupation: Fire fighter. 

Organizations: Holy Name Society, Knights 
of Columbus, Elks, American Legion, Clover 
Club, New England Football Officials, East- 
ern Baseball Umpires Assn., Eastern Mass. 
District Board of Approved Basketball Offi- 
cials. 

Public office: Mass. House 1957-74. 



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281 




JOHN RUCHO 

1 Wyman St., Worcester, 19th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Providence, R.I., Nov. 11, 1922. 

Education: Worcester Public Schools, Becker 
Jr. College, Simmonds School of Floral 
Designs. 

Business: Jeweler. 

Organizations: Elks, Boy's Club Alumni Assn. 
(director), American llegion. 

Public office: Commissioner of Hope Cemetery, 
Mass, House 1973-'74. 



282 



HOUSE 




WILLIAM H. RYAN 

1073 Main St., Haverhill 19th Essex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Rochester, N.H., July 17, 1938. 

Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Ancient Order of Hibernians, 
Knights of Columbus, Men of Merrimack. 

Public office: Republican City Committee, Mass. 
House 1969-74. 



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283 




GEORGE LAWRENCE SACCO, Jr. 

73 Forest St., Medford, 14th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 
Born: Medford, July 19, 1936. 

Education: Medford High School, Worcester 
Academy, Northeastern University, Suffolk 
University A.B. degree in government, Suf- 
folk Law School LL.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Holy Name Society, Elks, Mass. 



Assn. of School Committees, 
Assn., Mass. Legislators Assn. 



Mass. Bar 



Public office: School Committee 1959-'62 (vice 
chairman 1961 -'62), Democratic Ward and 
City Committees, Mass. House 1963-'74. 



284 



HOUSE 




WILLIAM SALTZMAN 

513 Rockdale Ave., New Bedford, 2nd Bristol 
District, Independent. 

Born: Brooklyn, N.Y., Mar. 26, 1906. 

Education: Providence Technical High School, 
Apprentice draftsman (5 yrs.). 

Business: Mechanical Draftsman and Produce 
Business. 

Organizations: Eagles, Moose, Tifereth Israel 
Synagogue, Volunteers of America (director), 
Onboard Director No. End Branch, Old 
Timers. 

Public office: City Councilor (4th term), Mass. 
House 1973-74. 



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285 




ANGELO M. SCACCIA 

65 Belnel Rd., Boston (Mattapan), 13th Suffolk 
District (Ward 18), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 29, 1942. 

Education: Boston Latin School, Boston College, 
Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: V.F.W., Knights of Columbus, 

Mental Health Assn., American Legion. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-'74. 



286 



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ANTHONY JAMES SCALLI 

60 Chestnut St., Boston (Charlestown), 2nd 
Suffolk District (Ward 2), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 11, 1914. 

Education: Charlestown High School. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, AMVETS, 
Veterans of Foreign Wars, International 
Longshoremen's Assn. 

Public office: Mass. House 1955-'56, 1965-74. 



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287 




JOSEPH S. SCELSI 

21 Daniels Ave., Pittsfield, 5th Berkshire 
District, Democrat, 

Born: Pittsfield, June 4, 1915. 

Education: Pittsfield High School. 

Occupation: Driver-foreman, R.E.A. Express. 

Organizations: Itam Lodge Order Sons of Italy, 
United Commercial Travelers, Holy Name 
Society. 

Public office: City Council (14 yrs., president 8 
yrs.), Mass, House 1973-'74. 



288 



HOUSE 




PAUL A. SCHNEIDERS 



645 Pleasant St. 



Canton, 7th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 



Born: Evanston, 111., Apr. 21, 1940. 

Education: Fordham Preparatory School, Boston 
College A.B., Harvard University (masters), 
Suffolk Law School J.D. 

Profession: Lawyer-teacher. 

Organizations: American and Mass. Bar Assns., 
Mass. Teachers Assn., National Education 
Assn., Mass. and Norfolk County Selectmen's 
Assn. 

Public office: Selectman 1970-73 (chairman '72), 
Mass. House 1973-74. 



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289 



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ANTHONY M. SCIBELLI 

200 Maple St., Springfield, 6th Hampden Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Sept. 15, 1912. 

Education: Cathedral High School. 

Business: Real estate. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Elks, 
Eagles, Sons of Italy, Ludlow Country Club. 

Public office: City Council (12 yrs.), Mass. 
House 1951-74. 



290 



HOUSE 




PASQUALE SCLAFANI 

163 Acton St., ^yatertown, 9th Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 13, 1913. 

Education: Boston English High School, North- 
eastern University Law School, Bentley School 
of Accounting and Finance. 

Profession: Lawyer — Insurance broker. 

Organizations: Boston Bar Assn., Justinian Law 
Society, Mass. Selectmen's Assn., Sons of 
Italy, Elks, Eagles, Italian-American Social 
Club, Maria Del Soccorso Society, St. Pat- 
rick's Holy Name Society, Lions Club. 

Public office: Selectman (6 vrs.l. Free Public 
Library (trustee, 6 yrs.), Mass. House 1971- 
'74. 



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291 




JAMES SEGEL 

102 Cypress St., Brookline, 13th Norfolk 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Philadelphia, Pa., June 29, 1945. 

Education: Brookline Public Schools, Harvard 
College B.A. '67, Boston College Law School 
J.D. '72. 

Profession: Lawyer-Legislator. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Demo- 
cratic Town Committee, Park and Recreation 
Commissioner, Mass. House 1973 -'74. 



292 



HOUSE 




JOSEPH J. SEMENSI 

22 Tileston Rd., Randolph, 6th Norfolk District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Randolph, Mar. 6, 1923. 

Education: Randolph public schools. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, AMVETS, 
Elks, American Legion, Lions, Norfolk 
County Selectmen's Assn., Randolph Veterans 
Council. 

Public office: Selectman, Town Meeting Mem- 
ber, School Committee, Board of Public Wel- 
fare, Stetson School Fund (trustee), Demo- 
cratic Town Committee, Mass. House 1967- 
'74. 



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293 





KMAM KL G. SERRA 

230 Orient Ave., Boston (East Boston), 1st 
Suffolk District (Ward 1), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, June 12, 1945. 

Education: Boston Technical High School, Bos- 
ton University B.S. 

Profession: Educator. 

Organizations: Orient Heights Betterment Assn. 
(president), National Honor Society (asst. 
director), AFL-CIO Local 66 (representative). 

Public office: Democratic Ward Committee 
1968-72, Mass. House 1971-74. 



294 



HOUSE 




GEORGE WILLIAM SHATTUCK 

Mt. Lebanon St., Pepperell, 35th Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Born: Hollis, New Hampshire, July 17, 1916. 

Education: Pepperell public schools, Bridgton 
Academy, Sanborn Seminary (Kingston, 
N. H.), Bowdoin College, University of New 
Hampshire. 

Organizations: Masons, Rotary. 

Public office: Selectman, Danville, N. H. (12 
yrs.), School Committee, Danville, N. H. 
(6 yrs.), N. H. Legislature (2 terms), Pepperell 
Finance Committee, Mass. House 1965-'74. 



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295 




C. VINCENT SHEA 

123 Granite St.,Worcester, 20th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Nov. 20, 1916. 

Education: St. John's Preparatory School, Col- 
lege of the Holy Cross. 
Profession: Government. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, American 
Legion, Holy Name Society, Elks, YMCA, 
Emerald Club, Veterans of Foreign Wars. 
Italo-American Professional Business Men's 
Club, Polish Naturalization Independent Club. 

Public office: Mass. House 1965-'74. 



296 



HOUSE 




PHILIP L. SHEA 

130 West View Rd., Lowell, 31st Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Oct. 19, 1941. 

Education: Lowell Schools, Lowell High School, 
Bentley College of Accounting and Finance 
'62. 

Profession: Tax accountant. 

Organization: Elks. 

Public office: City Council 1970 to present (vice 
chairman 1970-71), Mass. House 1973-74. 



HOUSE 



297 




EDWARD SHORTELL 

48 Green River Rd., Greenfield, 2nd Franklin 
District, Republican. 

Born: Seymour, Conn. Aug. 21, 1916. 

Education: Greenfield High School, Northeast- 
ern University. 

Business: Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Holy Trinity Church, Salvation 
Army, Greenfield Savings Bank, Greenfield 
Country Club. 

Public office: Housing Authority, Town Meeting 
Member, Mass. House 1973-'74. 



298 



HOUSE 





RICHARD R. SILVA 

13 Old Ford Rd., Gloucester, 1st Essex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Gloucester, March 13, 1922. 

Education: Gloucester public schools. 

Occupation: Serviceman — Mass. Electric Co, 

Organizations: Gloucester Fraternity Club, Elks, 
Gloucester Little League (director), Fishtown 
Horribles Parade Committee. 

Public office: School Committee (7 years, 3 
years vice-chairman). Youth Program Com- 
mission (chairman 4 yrs.), Mass. House 1971- 
'74. 



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299 




THOMAS G. SIMONS 

1 1 Poplar St.. Montague, 3rd Franklin District, 
Republican (Assistant Minority Whip). 

Born: Gardner, Jan. 21, 1942. 

Education: Turners Falls High School, Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts '63, St. John's Univer- 
sity School of Law '66. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: American, Mass., and Franklin 
County Bar Assns., High School Alumni 
Assn. (director). Chamber of Commerce. 
Farren Memorial Hospital (incorporator). 



Public office: 

1971-74. 



School Committee, Mass. House 



300 



HOUSE 




RALPH E. SIRIANNl, Jr. 

257 Winthrop St., Winthrop, 18th Suffolk 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston (East Boston), Dec. 24, 1923. 

Education: Winthrop High School, New Eng- 
land School of Law. 

Organizations: Disabled American Veterans, 
Winthrop Chamber of Commerce, National 
Assn. of Sanitarians, Mass. Health Officers 
Assn., Kiwanis Club of Winthrop. 

Public office: State Public Health Council 1963- 
75 Mass. House 1965-'74. 



HOUSE 



301 




JAMES E. SMITH 

38 Gateway Lane, Lynn, 10th Essex District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, Sept. 3, 1946. 

Education: Lynn public schools. University of 
Massachusetts at Boston A.B. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Public office: Mass. House 1971-74. 



302 



HOUSE 




ARTHUR S. SOBIL 

15 Fordham Rd., Lawrence, 17th Essex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Haverhill, Feb. 2, 1930. 

Education: Duquesne University, Pittsburg, Pa., 
Boston University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: John Hancock Lodge AF & AM, 
Masons, Aleppo Temple, Men of Merrimack, 
Lawrence General and Bon Secours Hospital 
Guilds. 

Public office: Mass. House 1973-74. 



HOUSE 



303 




WILLIAM JAMES SPENCE 

14 Amber Rd., Hingham, 1st Plymouth District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Brockton, May 4, 1930. 

Education: Harvard College A.B. '52, Harvard 

Graduate School of Business Administration 

M.B.A. '56. 
Organizations: Massachusetts One Hundred 

Club, Harvard Business School Assn. of 

Boston. 
Public office: Democratic Town Committee, 

Hingham Advisory Board, Mass. House 1969- 

'74. 



304 



HOUSE 




GEORGE R. SPRAGUE 

200 Lake St., Sherborn, 41st Middlesex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Newton, June 19, 1938. 

Education: Milton Academy '56, Harvard Col- 
lege '60, Boston University Law School '64. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. and Boston Bar Assn., 
Charles River School (trustee), Boston Chil- 
dren's Service Assn. (corp. member). 

Public office: Asst. Attorney General 1967-'69, 
Div. Conservation Services-Dept. of Nat. Res. 
(director) 1969-'71, Planning Board 1970- 
present, School Building Committee (chair- 
man) 1969-present, Republican Town Com- 
mittee (chairman) 1968-present, Mass. House 
1973-'74. 



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305 




WILLIAM A. STARZEC 

58 East Main St., Webster, 6th Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Webster, Oct. 14, 1918. 

Education: St. Joseph's School, Bartlett High 
School, U.S. Navy Service School. 

Business: Beverage Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Elks, American Legion, Knights 
of Columbus, V.F.W., Massachusetts Bever- 
ages Assn. 

Public office: Town Moderator (10 yrs.), Water 
Commissioner (23 yrs.). Conservation Com- 
missioner (8 yrs.), Public Health officer (6 
yrs.), Mass. House 1973-74. 



306 



HOUSE 




PAUL V. STUDENSKI 

149 Edson St., Brockton, 11th Plymouth 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Brockton, Aug. 25, 1927. 

Education: Brockton Schools. 

Occupation: Salesman. 

Public office: City Councillor (15 yrs.), Mass. 
House 1973-74. 



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307 




ROY ALL H. SWITZLER 

18 Lexington Rd., Wellesley, 9th Norfolk 
District, Republican. 

Bom: Boston, Sept. 27, 1937. 

Education: Wellesley High School, Gushing 
Academy, Northeastern University. 

Business: Real Estate Broker. 

Organizations: Jaycees, Boosters, Wellesley 
Club, Churchman's League of Civic Welfare, 
Northeastern University Alumni Club, Mid- 
dlesex Club, National, Mass. and Greater 
Boston Real Estate Boards, Chamber of Com- 
merce, Community Chest, Mass. Mental 
Health & Mental Retardation Trust. 

Public office: Town Meeting Member, Mass. 
House 1973-74. 



308 



HOUSE 




JOHN JOSEPH TOOMEY 

309 Broadway, Cambridge, 1st Middlesex Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Mar. 25, 1909. 

Education: St. Mary's Parochial School, Cam- 
bridge High and Latin School, Suffolk Law 
School, Bentley School of Accounting and 
Finance. 

Business: Real estate and insurance. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Bishop 
Cheverus Assembly Fourth Degree, Elks, 
202 Club, Mass. Legislators Assn., Holy 
Name Society, St. Mary's Catholic Assn., 
Alhambra. 

Public office: Democratic City Committee 
(chairman 1935-'36, '64), Councilor-at-Large 
1936-'41, Mass. House 1943-'74. 



HOUSE 



309 




DANIEL C. TOWSE 

7 Congress St., Stoneham, 21st Middlesex 
District, Republican. 

Born: Somerville, Dec. 5, 1924. 

Education: Stoneham High School, Stockbridge 
School. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: American Legion, V.F.W., 
Mass. Selectmen's Association. 

Public office: Selectman, Planning Board (chair- 
man). Conservation Commission, Mass. 
House 1969-74. 



310 



HOUSE 




THEODORE J. TRUDEAU 

1952 Page Blvd., Springfield, 13th Hampden 
District, Republican. 

Born: Hillsgrove, R.T., Jan. 22, 1916. 

Education: Worcester Schools, Western New 
England College (evening division). Army 
Management Engineering Training Agency. 

Profession: Industrial engineer. 

Organizations: American Institute of Industrial 
Engineers, Knights of Columbus, Hampden 
County Coordinating Committee. 

Public office: Republican City Committee, Po- 
lice commissioner 1965-72, Civil defense 
(chief warden), Mass. House 1973-74, 



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311 




ROBERT A. VIGNEAU 

5 Elm Ave., Burlington, 23rd Middlesex 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston (Dorchester), Nov. 4, 1920. 
Education: Burlington public schools, Lexing- 
ton High School, Northeastern University. 

Profession: Public accountant. 

Organizations: Disabled American Veterans,^ 
Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion,* 
Amputee Veterans Assn., Knights of Colum- 
bus (St. Pious Assembly Fourth Degree). 

Public office: Board of Selectmen 1946-47, 
1964-'69, Mass. House 1969-74. 



312 



HOUSE 





CARLTON VIVEIROS 

342 Sprague St., Fall River, 5th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Dec. 4, 1938. 

Education: Durfee High School, Bristol Com- 
munity College. 

Organizations: All American Club, Santo Chris- 
to. Corky Row Club, Fall River Sports, 
Liberal Club, Trinadade Club. 

Public office: Democratic State Committeeman, 
Mass. House 1971-74. 



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313 




MAX VOLTERRA 

65 Locust St.. Attleboro. 13th Bristol District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Milano, Italy, Jan. 7, 1936. 

Education: Attleboro High School, Brown Uni- 
versity '57, George Washington University 
Law School '62. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: B'Nai B'rith, Civil Liberties 
Union, Mass. and Boston Bar Assn., 4th Dis- 
trict Court Bar Assn. 

Public office: Attleboro-Foxborough Area Men- 
tal Health Board, City Council, City Solicitor, 
Democratic National Convention (delegate 
1972), Mass. House 1971-74. 



314 



HOUSE 




HENRY A. WALKER 

258 Main St., Salisbury, 21st Essex District, 
Republican. 

Born: Greenfield, Dec. 7, 1919. 

Education: Newburyport High School, School 
of Practical Art. 

Occupation: Sales manager-Dana Corp. 

Organization: Essex Club (director). 

Public office: Selectman 1958-'67, Mass. House 
1973-74. 



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315 





NORMAN S. WEINBERG 

33 Wade St., Boston (Brighton), 15th Suffolk 
District (Wards 21 and 22), Democrat. 

Born: Boston, June 23, 1919. 

Education: Boston public schools, William & 
Mary College, Boston University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: AMVETS, Veterans of Foreign 
Wars, American Legion, Jewish War Veter- 
ans, West End House, Pi Lambda Phi Frater- 
nity, Temple Bnai Moshe, Temple Kadimah, 
Big Brother Assn., AFAM, K. of P., Elks. 

Public office: Mass. House 1953-74. 



316 



HOUSE 




ROBERT DELVEY WETMORE 

Hubbardston Rd., Barre, 2nd Worcester 
District, Democrat. 

Bora: Gardner, July 24, 1930. 

Education: Gardner High School, Worcester 
Junior College, Clark Evening College, Holy 
Cross Institute of Industrial Relations, Portia 
Law School. 

Occupation: Electrical lineman. 

Organizations: Barre Sportsmans Club, Amer- 
ican Legion, Utility Workers of N.E., Veterans 
of Foreign Wars. 

Public office: Mass. House 1961-74. 



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317 




W. PAUL WHITE 

47 Rosemont St., Boston (Dorchester), 12th 
Suffolk District (Wards 16 and 17), Democrat. 

Bom: Cambridge, July 7, 1945. 

Education: St. Mark's Grammar, Boston College 
High School, Boston College A.B. '67, State 
University of New York M.A. '69, Suffolk 
Law School (J.D. candidate). 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations; Popes Hill Neighborhood Assn., 
Cedar Grove Civic Assn., Dorchester United 
Neighborhood Assns., Knights of Columbus, 
AMVETS, McKeon Post, American Legion, 
Boy Scouts of America, Dorchester Day Com- 
mittee (trustee). Society of Friendly Sons of 
St. Patrick of Boston (charter member). 

Public office: Mass. House 1973 -'74. 



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GEORGE L. WOODS, JR. 

192 Conlyn Ave., Franklin, 14th Norfolk 
District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Mar. 28, 1925. 

Education: Everett High School, Dartmouth 
College B.A. 

Profession: Legislator. 

Organizations: Elks, Lions, Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public office: Selectman, Mass. House 1969-'74. 



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319 




GEORGE CHESTER YOUNG 

20 Lawson Rd., Scituate, 2nd Plymouth District, 

Republican. 
Born: Quincy, Sept. 18, 1912. 
Education: Dartmouth College A.B., Boston 
University Ed.M., C.A.G.S. 

Profession: Travel consultant — Former school 
administrator (retired). 

Organizations: Nat'l. Education Assn., Mass. 
Teachers Assn., Quincy Teachers Assn., Nat'l. 
Assn. of Secondary School Principals, Mass. 
Junior High School Principals Assn., Veterans 
of Foreign Wars, American Legion, U.S. 
Army Reserve, Masons, Mass. Legislator's 
Assn., Plymouth Co. Republican Club, Re- 
publican Club of Mass. 

Public office: School Committee (9 yrs. — chair- 
man 2 yrs.). Town Committee Chairman (10 
yrs.), Mass. House 1967-'74. 



320 HOUSE 





BRUCE H. ZEISER 

316R Washington St., Wellesley, 9th Norfolk 
District, Republican. 

Bom: Orange, New Jersey, June 15, 1924. 
Education: Harvard College A.B. '45, Harvard 
Law School LL.B. '48. 

Profession: Lawyer and executive. 

Organizations: American Bar Assn., American 
Land Title Assn., Mass. Bar Assn., New Eng- 
land Land Title Assn. (past president). 

Public office: Town Committee (past chairman), 
Town Meeting Member, Special Atty. Dept. 
of Justice, Asst. General Counsel Federal 
Housing Admn., Town Moderator (Barring- 
ton, R.L), Mass. House 1969-'74. 



OFFICERS and EMPLOYEES 

of the 

EXECUTIVE 

and 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS 



324 



EXECUTIVE 




JOHN J. FLANNERY 

60 School St., Boston. 

Chief Secretary to the Governor. 

Born: July 8, 1934. 

Education: Notre Dame Academy, Tyngsboro; 
Keith Academy, Lowell; Emerson College, 
Boston. 

Profession: Writer. 



EXECUTIVE 



325 





EDWARD S. MORROW 

17 Germain Ave., Haverhill 
Legislative Secretary to the Governor 

Born: Haverhill, Mass., March 20, 1921. 

Education: Haverhill High School; University 
of New Hampshire; Northeastern University. 

Profession: High school teacher and principal. 

Organization: Mass. High School Principal's 
Association; Mass. Association of School 
Committees. 

Public office: School Committee member (8 
years); Mass. House of Representatives 1959- 
-'64. 



326 



EXECUTIVE 




ALBERT L. KRAMER 

407 Washington St., Brookline. 

Special Assistant to the Governor. 

Born: July 4, 1933. 

Education: Boston University; School of Liberal 
Arts; Boston University, L.L.B. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Chelsea Board of Aldermen 
1958-'61; Mass. House 1961-'64. 



EXECUTIVE 



327 



m- 







HENRY CLAY 

Crane Neck Rd., West Newbury. 
Assistant Legislative Secretary to the Governor. 

Born: July 11, 1942. 

Education: Dartmouth College, B.A.; Boston 
University School of Law, L.L.B. 

Profession: Attorney. 

Public office: Assistant Chief Secretary to Gov. 
Sargent 1969-70; Assistant Legal Counsel to 
Gov. Sargent 1970-72; Town Repubhcan 
Committee; West Newbury Historical Com- 
mission. 



328 



SENATE 




NORMAN L. PIDGEON 

69 Highland Street, Walpole. 

Senate Clerk and Parliamentarian. 

Born: Norfolk, Nov. 9, 1925. 

Education: Franklin public schools; Franklin 
Inst.; Hill Business Univ. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to Clerk of the 
House 1946-52; Clerical Assistant to Clerk 
of the Senate 1952-'62; Assistant Clerk of 
the Senate 1962-66; Clerk of the Senate 
1967-'72; Senate Clerk and Parliamentarian 
1972-74. 



SENATE 



329 




JOHN F. GIVEN 

12 May wood Terrace, Woburn. 
Assistant Clerk of the Senate. 
Born: Burlington, Nov. 17, 1917. 

Education; Woburn public schools; Suffolk 

University. 

Public office: Sargeant-at-Arms Department 
1938-66; Assistant Clerk of the Senate 
1967-74. 



330 



SENATE 




ALICE T. POPKO 

180 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. 
Second Assistant Clerk of the Senate. 

Education: High School of Commerce (Worces- 
ter); Burdett College. 

Public office: Secretary to Clerk of the Senate 
1962-71; Second Assistant Clerk of the 
Senate 1971-74. 



SENATE 



331 





DERWOOD R. ESTEY 

65 East India Row, Boston. 

First Clerical Assistant to Senate Clerk 

and Parliamentarian. 

Born: Washburn, Maine, March 30, 1921. 

Education: Lowell public schools: Northeastern 
University. 

Public office: Assistant Secretary to Sergeant- 
at-Arms 1941 -'63; First Clerical Assistant to 
Senate Clerk and Parliamentarian 1963-74. 



332 



SENATE 




EDWARD B. O'NEILL 

33 Concord Ave., Milton. 

Administrative Assistant to Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian. 

Born: Boston, December 24, 1943. 

Education: Boston public schools; Mission High 
School; Suffolk University. 

Public office: Administrative Assistant to Senate 
Clerk and Parliamentarian 1963-'7'1, 



SENATE 



333 




PHILIP M. ANGELLIS 

111 Conrad St., Braintree. 

Clerical Assistant to Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian. 

Born: Quincy, Jan. 10, 1948. 

Education; Quincy and Braintree public schools; 
Archbishop WilHams High School; University 
of Mass. — Boston. 

Public office: Data Processing Clerk — Senate 
1970-72; Clerical A.ssistant to Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian 1973-74. 



334 



SENATE 




FRANCIS T. NORTON, JR. 

20 Tingley Circle, Braintree. 

Clerical Assistant to Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian. 

Born: May 26, 1938. 

Education: Brookline High School. 

Public office: Sergeant-at-Arms 1959-70; Cler- 
ical Assistant to Senate Clerk and Parlia- 
mentarian 1970-74. 



SENATE 



335 




DOUGLAS C. BOYER 

23 Robinson St., Somerville. 

Data Processing Clerk in Office of Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian. 

Born: Somerville, August 31, 1951. 

Education: St. Mary's High School, Cambridge. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian 1971-72; Data Process- 
ing Clerk in office of Senate Clerk and 
Parliamentarian 1973-74. 



336 



SENATE 




WILLIAM F. WELCH 

393 Exchange St., Millis. 

Clerical Assistant to Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian. 

Born: Framingham, October 15, 1949. 

Education: Millis public schools; Marian High 
School; St. Joseph's College (Pa.). 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to Senate Clerk 
and Parliamentarian 1973-'74. 



SENATE 



337 




ANNE R. DANEHY 

48 Parsons St., Brighton. 

Chief Clerk — Legislative Engrossing Division. 

Born: June 3, 1944. 

Education: St. Columbkille High School — 
Brighton; Bryant and Stratton Business 
College. 

Public office: Legislative Engrossing Division, 
Secretary of State I962-'71; Legislative En- 
grossing Division 1971-74. 



338 



SENATE 




RT. REV. MSGR 
CHRISTOPHER P. GRIFFIN 

55 West Broadway, South Boston. 
Chaplain of the Senate. 

Born: Boston, Dec. 17, 1910. 

Education: English High School; Boston Col- 
lege '33; St. John's Seminary '38, 

Organization: State Chaplain, Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public office: Chaplain of the House of Repre- 
sentatives 1955-'58; Chaplain of the Senate 
1959_'74. 



SENATE 



339 





JAMES RICHARD McINTYRE 

23 Sturtevant Rd., Quincy. 

Senate Counsel 

Born: Quincy, May 25, 1930. 

Education: Holy Cross College A.B.; Harvard 
Law School LL.B.; Boston University M.A. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: City Council 1956-'59; (president 
1958-59); Mass. House 1959-64; Mass. 
Senate 1965-71; (Assistant Democratic Floor 
Leader) 1971; Mayor 1966-71; Senate Coun- 
sel 1971-74. 



340 



SENATE 




HYMAN B. SEGAL 

81 Lovett Rd., Newton Centre. 

Associate Senate Counsel. 

Born: Boston, July 23, 1930. 

Education: Boston English High School; North- 
eastern University B.S. '53; Boston University 
Law School LL.B. '55. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Assistant to the Senate Counsel 
1958-'71; Assistant Senate Counsel 1971; 
Associate Senate Counsel 1972-'74. 



SENATE 



341 




GEORGE V. KENNEALLY, Jr. 

4 Blackwell St., Boston (Dorchester). 

Assistant Senate Counsel. 

Born: Boston, Dec. 29, 1929. 

Education: St. Ann's Parochial School; Boston 
English High School; Northeastern Univer- 
sity; Suffolk University Law School LL.B., 
'56. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: AMVETS; American Legion; 
Knights of Columbus; Neponset Veterans 
Association; St. Ann's Holy Name Society; 
Shawmut Associates. 

Public office: Mass. House 1957-62; Mass. 
Senate 1963-'71; Assistant Senate Counsel 
1972-74. 



342 



SENATIE 




JOHN F. NESTOR, JR. 

13 Pleasant St., Salem. 

Administrative Assistant to President 
of the Senate. 

Born: May 6, 1927. 

Education: Merrimack College '51 B.S., B.A. 

Public office: Administrative Asst. Majority 
Floor Leader 1968-70; Administrative As- 
sistant to President of the Senate 1971-74. 



SENATE 



343 




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LEONARD C. ALKINS 

125 Ormond St., Mattapan. 

Legislative Assistant to President of the Senate. 

Born: August 18, 1944. 

Education: Boston public schools; Northeastern 
University. 

Profession: Asst. Clerk of Courts, Boston Ju- 
venile Court. 

Public office: Vice Chairman, Ward 14 Com- 
mittee, Boston; Personal Aide to the Senate 
Majority Floor Leader 1965-70; Legislative 
Assistant to President of the Senate 1971-74. 



344 



SENATE 




CHARLES L. POWERS 

3 1 Mount Vernon St., Boston (Dorchester). 

Clerk of the Senate committee on Rules, 



HOUSE 



345 




WALLACE C. MILLS 

568 Linwood Street, Abington. 

Clerk of the House of Representatives. 

Born: New Brunswick, Canada, Jan. 28, 1920. 

Education: Quincy public schools; Burdett 
College. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to Clerk of the 
House of Representatives 1947-'61; Assistant 
Clerk of the House 1961 -'68; Clerk of the 
House 1969-74. 



346 



HOUSE 




ROBERT E. MacQUEEN 

101 Clarendon Street, Weymouth. 

First Assistant Clerk of the 

House of Representatives. 

Born: Lynn, Jan. 2, 1935. 

Education: Boston English High School; Boston 
University; Suffolk University. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to Clerk of the 
House 1961-'67; Second Assistant Clerk of 
the House 1967-'68; Assistant Clerk of the 
House 1969-74. 



HOUSE 



347 





ROBERT E. HERRICK 

770 Boylston St., Boston. 

Second Assistant Clerk of the House 
of Representatives. 

Born: Saco, Me., Feb. 6, 1935. 

Education: St. Louis High School (Biddeford, 
Me.); Bates College. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to Clerk of the 
House 1961-'68; Second Assistant Clerk of 
the House 1969-74. 



548 



HOUSE 




CLEMENT E. WALSH 

130 Bowdoin St., Boston. 

Clerical Assistant to Clerk of the House. 

Born; Boston, April 10, 1930. 

Education: St. Peter's School; High School of 
Commerce; Hickox Secretarial School. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to Clerk of the 
House 1950-74. 



HOUSE 



349 





HARTLEY J. JOYCE 

83 Ferrin St., Boston (Charlestown). 

Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of the House. 

Born: Galway, Ireland, July 21, 1935. 

Education: Sacred Heart High School, Cam- 
bridge. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of 
the House 1967-74. 



350 



HOUSE 




JAMES J. TWOMEY, JR. 

439 River St., Boston (Mattapan). 
Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of the House. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 1, 1944. 

Education: Roslindale High School; Hickox 
Secretarial School. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of 
the House 1969-74. 



HOUSE 



351 




MILDRED M. DONOVAN 

184 Boston Ave., Medford. 
Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of the House. 

Education: St. Mary's of the Annunciation High 
School — Cambridge; Bryant and Stratton 
Business College. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of 
the House 1961-74. 



352 



HOUSE 




STEVEN T. JAMES 

507 Shirley St., Winthrop. 

Data Processing Clerk — 
House of Representatives. 

Born: Winthrop, Sept. 5, 1946. 

Public office: Data Processing Clerk — House 
Representatives 1969-'74. 



HOUSE 



353 




PAUL T. SULLIVAN 

52 Weld Hill St., Boston (Jamaica Plain). 

Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of the House. 

Bora: Boston, Dec. 24, 1940. 

Education: Cathedral High School; Boston 
College. 

Public office: Clerical Assistant to the Clerk of 

the House 1971-74. 



354 



HOUSE 




VERY REV. MSGR. GEORGE V. KERR 

Vernon St., Roxbury. 
Chaplain of the House of Representatives. 

Born: Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 14, 1919. 

Education: St. Mary's High School (Brookline); 
Boston College; St. John's Seminary. 

Occupation: St. Francis De Sales Parish (ad- 
ministrator). 

Organizations; Cardinal Cushing's Caritas Guild; 
Cardinal Cushing's Cecilian Guild. 

Public office: Chaplain of the House of Repre- 
sentatives 1959-74. 



HOUSE 



355 




PETER O'NEILL 

141 C Street, Quincy 

Born: August 24, 1944. 

Education: Quincy Junior College; Suffolk Uni- 
versity, B.A. in Government. 

Profession: Clerk of the House Committee on 
Rules and Secretary to the Speaker. 



356 



HOUSE 





JAMES K. KELLY 

Chief Administrative Assistant to the 
Speaker of the House of Representatives 

Born: Holyoke, Oct. 9, 1933. 

Education: Holyoke High School; Westfield 
State College B.S. Ed., M.Ed. 

Profession: Teacher. 



HOUSE 



357 




JOHN F. DONOVAN, Jr. 

284 Washington Ave., Chelsea. 

Counsel to the House of Representatives. 

Education: Maiden Catholic High School; Holy 
Cross College; Boston College Law School, 
J.D. 

Public office: Mass. House 1963-68; Counsel to 
the House of Representatives 1973-74. 



358 



HOUSE 




JOSEPH J. SCHULER 

107 Rindge Ave., Cambridge. 

Associate Counsel to the 
House of Representatives. 

Education: Boston College; Boston College Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Assistant Counsel to the House of 
Representatives 1957-72; Associate Counsel 
to the House of Representatives 1973-74. 



HOUSE 359 




RENE R. BERNARDIN 

29 Cyr Drive, Lawrence. 

Assistant Counsel to the 

House of Representatives. 

Education: Assumption Preparatory School; As- 
sumption College; Boston College Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Mass. House 1953-57; Assistant 
Counsel to the House of Representatives 

1 957-74. 



360 



HOUSE 




DANIEL WILLIAM CARNEY 

18 Farwell Ave., Boston (Hyde Park). 

Assistant Counsel to the 
House of Representatives. 

Education: Boston public schools; Suffolk Uni- 
versity; Suffolk Law School, J.D. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Former Asst. Corporation Coun- 
sel of Boston; former Asst. Attorney General; 
Mass. House 1963-72; Asst. Counsel to the 
House of Representatives 1973-74. 



HOUSE 



361 





EDWARD J. DEVER, Jr. 

19 Moccasin Path, Arlington. 

Assistant Counsel to the 
House of Representatives. 

Born: Cambridge, June 21, 1936. 

Education: WiHiams College, A.B. '58; Boston 
College Law School LL.B. '61. 

Public oflfice: Mass House 1965-'72; Assistant 
Counsel to the House of Representatives 
1973_74. 



362 



HOUSE 




PAUL C. MENTON 

100 Robbins Rd., Watertown. 

Assistant Counsel to the 
House of Representatives. 

Born: Cambridge, April 15, 1925. 

Education; Suffolk University; Suffolk Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Mass House 1959-'72; Assistant 
Counsel to the House of Representatives 
1973_'74. 



HOUSE 



363 






PATRICK F. PLUNKETT 

1335 Andover St., Tewksbury. 

Assistant Counsel to the 

House of Representatives. 

Education: Lowell Public Schools; Northeastern 
University. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public office: Mass. House 1949-57; Assistant 
Counsel to the House of Representatives 

1957_'74. 



364 



LEGISLATIVE BULLETIN 





GODFREY G. TORREY 

28 South Main St., Topsfield. 
Editor, Legislative Bulletin and Daily List. 
Born: Newburyport, September 21, 191L 

Education: Newburyport High School; Burdett 
College. 

Public office: Legislative Employee 1930-'39; 
Clerical Assistant, Clerk of the House 1940- 
'41; Editor, Legislative Bulletin 1942-74; 
Chairman, Topsfield Planning Board (10 
years); Masconomet Regional School Com- 
mittee. 



RESEARCH BUREAU 



365 





DANIEL M. O'SULLIVAN 

124 Elm Ave., Quincy. 
Director of Legislative Research Bureau. 

Born: August 17, 1921. 

Education: St. Peter's School; B.C. High; Boston 
College; Boston College Law School. 

Public office: Mass. House 1953-60. 



366 



RESEARCH BUREAU 




ROBERT D. WEBB 

75 Sagamore Avenue, Medford. 
Assistant Director, Legislative Research Bureau. 

Born: Medford, June 15, 1926. 

Education: Reading High School; Merrimack 
College A.B.; New England School of Law 
J.D. 

Profession: Lawyer and Researcher. 

Organizations: Massachusetts Bar Association; 
Disabled American Veterans. 

Public office: Assistant Director, Legislative 
Research Bureau. 



SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 



367 





JOHN J. CAVANAUGH 

19 Westmoreland St., Hingham. 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Born: Holyoke, Dec. 16, 1921. 

Education: Sacred Heart High School, Holyoke. 

Organization: Mass. Legislators Assn. 

Public office: Board of Aldermen 1954; Mass. 
House 1955-62. 



SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 



369 




GEORGE C. McDERMOTT 

37 South St., Medford 

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms and 
Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives. 




STANLEY M. MOTYKA 

Lee Circle, Billerica. 

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms and 
Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives. 



370 



SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 




JAMES A. DONLAN 

59 Francine Rd., Braintree. 

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms and 
Doorkeeper of the Senate. 




GEORGE STEWARD DANIELSON, Jr. 

200 Beale Rd., Waltham. 

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms and 
Doorkeeper of tiie Senate. 



371 LEGISLATIVE DATA PROCESSING 




STEPHEN C. DAVENPORT 

1 Aldworth Street, Boston (Jamaica Plain). 
Director, Legislative Data Processing. 

Born: Boston, June 27, 1924. 

Education: Boston Univ. Sch. of Business; Bos- 
ton Univ. Sch. of Law LL.B., LL.M.; Bentley 
Sch. of Accounting and Finance. 

Profession: Lawyer and Certified Public Ac- 
countant. 

Public office: Asst. Corp. Counsel of Boston 
1950-61; Mass. House 1961-64; Mass. 
Senate 1965-68.