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Theobald, H. Rupert; Robbins, Patricia V. (ed.) / The state of Wisconsin 1983-1984 Blue Book

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MEMBERS OF STATE LEGISLATURE                                            
             Representative                      Representative         
                 JAUCH                          JARONITZKY              
 Robert Jauch (Dem.), 49th Assembly District
   Born Wheaton, Illinois, November 22, 1945; married; one child. Graduate
Wheaton Central H.S.; attended UW-Eau Claire
 1968-71, UW-Superior 1973. Legislator. Former field representative for Congressman
David Obey. Veteran; served in Army
 1964-68. Member Poplar Volunteer Fire Department; Brule River Sportsmen
Club; Douglas County Democratic Party; V.F.W;
 American Legion.
   Elected to Assembly 1982. Biennial committee assignments: 1983 - Health
and Human Services (vice chp.); Higher and
 Vocational Education (vice chp.); Primary and Secondary Education; Consumer
and Commercial Credit; Forest Productivity
 and Rural Development.
   Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-0640; District: (715) 364-2438.
   Voting address: Route 1, Box 635, Poplar 54864.
   Mailing address: (office) Room 32 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
 June Jaronitzky (Rep.), 50th Assembly District
   Born Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, June 9, 1938; married; 6 children. Graduated
West Jasper Place High School; attended
 Alberta College; B.E.A. MacTavish College 1960; attended Univ. of Alberta.
Legislator, retail cheese business. Formerly
 teacher, cost accountant, farmer, cheesemaker, housewife. Member P.T.O.
(past pres.); Bayfield Co. Rep. Party (past member-
 ship chp.).
 . Elected to Assembly 1980; reelected 1982. Minority Caucus Secretary. Biennial
committee assignments: 1983  Commerce
 and Consumer Affairs (also 1981); Tourism and Recreation (also 1981); Forest
Productivity and Rural Development. 1981
 Children and Human Development; Small Business and Economic Development;
Legis. Council Corns. on Acid Rain and on
 Native Americans; Governor's Council on Forest Productivity; Blue Ribbon
Task Force on Tourism.
 Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-2253.
 Voting address: Town of Tripp.
 Mailing address: (office) Room 314A North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708; (district) Star Route Box 22, Iron
 River 54847.
Patricia Spafford Smith (Dem.), 51st Assembly District
   Born Shell Lake, Aug. 17, 1925; widow; 6 children. Graduated Shell Lake
H.S.; attended Superior State Teachers Coll.;
 B.B.A. U. of Minnesota 1946; attended UW-Eau Claire and Barron Co. Campus.
Legislator. Former school bus contractor and
 accountant. Member Wis. Assn. Women Highway Safety Leaders; Wis. Citizens
Concerned for Life (past mbr. bd. of dir.); Wis.
 School Bus Assn. (mbr. bd. of dir.); Barron Co. Sports Center (former secy.);
Barron Co. Health Forum (dir.); Barron Co.
 "Fish" volunteer. Former Barron Co. Adult 4-H Leaders Assn. (leader);
Boy Scouts (leader); Girl Scouts (leader); Barron Co.
 Democratic Party (former secy.); Washburn County Democratic Party.
   Elected to Assembly since 1978. Majority Caucus Sergeant at Arms 1983
(eft. April 13, 1983). Biennial committee assign-
 ments: 1983 Tourism and Recreation (chp., vice chp. 1981); Agriculture (also
1979); Forest Productivity and Rural Develop-
 ment; Health and Human Services (also 1981); Highways (also 1981, 1979);
Council on Highway Safety (also 1981, 1979). 1981
 Jt. Survey Coin. on Tax Exemptions (co-chp. eft. 8/14/81); Aging, Women
and Minorities (eft. 2/24/82); Agriculture and
 Nutrition; Government Operations (resigned 12/16/82); Legis. Council American
Indian Study Com. 1979  Enrolled Bills (vice
 chp.); Energy; Health and Social Services; Tourism, Recreation and Economic
Development; Legis. Coun. Coms. on Highways
 and on School Dropout Prevention.
 Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-2519; District: (715) 468-7769.
 Voting address: 823 Burgs Park, Shell Lake 54871.
 Mailing address: (office) Room 5 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison

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