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Ohm, Howard F.; Bryhan, Leone G. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1940
(1940)

Members of the legislature,   pp. [23]-70 PDF (13.3 MB)


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MEMBERS OF THE SENATE
        YINDRA'              KRESKY                ZIMNY
        1st District        2nd District         3rd District
  FRANCIS A. YINDRAI (Dem.) was born on January 17, 1906 at Mani-
towoc. He attended Lincoln High School and was graduated from Mar-
quette University with the degrees of Ph. B. and LL. B. Mr. Yindra is
a practicing attorney in Manitowoc and has had experience in public
accounting. He was a member of the assembly in 1933 and 1937 and was
elected to the senate in 1938. Home Address: Manitowoc.
  First senatorial district: Door, Kewaunee, and Manitowoc Counties.
  MICHAEL F. KRESKY, JR., (Prog.) was born at Marinette on May 23,
1905. He was graduated from Marinette High School in 1923 and from
Georgetown University Law    School at Washington, D. C. in 1931.
Since that time he has been a practicing attorney at Green Bay and a
member of the law firm of Alk, Kresky, Cohen, and Hughes. This is
Mr. Kresky's first term in the senate and the first time he has ever
held a public office. Home Address: Rural Route 1, Indian Hill, Green
Bay.
  Second senatorial district: Brown and Oconto Counties.
  ARTHUR L. ZIMNY (Dem.) was born on August 5, 1900 at Milwaukee
in the district he now represents. After his graduation from South Divi-
sion High School he attended McDonald's Business College and later
studied architectural engineering at the University of Wisconsin Exten-
sion Division. For fifteen years he has been in the advertising business.
Mr. Zimny is a member of the Polish Roman Catholic Union, the Polish
National Alliance, the Century Club of Milwaukee, and the Knights of
Columbus, Council No. 524, Milwaukee. He was a pioneer in organizing
the United Taxpayers Cooperative Association. Although active in civic
affairs he had held no public office until his election to the senate in
1934. He was reelected in 1938. Home Address: 1640 South Muskego
Avenue, Milwaukee.
  Third senatorial district: The fifth, eighth, eleventh, and twenty-fourth
  wards of the city of Milwaukee.
I Resigned December 6, 1939.


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