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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1958

Biographies and pictures of constitutional officers, supreme court justices, members of Congress, members of legislature,   pp. [1]-68 PDF (22.7 MB)

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24                   WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
      KNOWLES                ZABORSKI                KRUEGER
      10th District          11th District          12th District
  ROBERT P. KNOWLES (Rep.) born Feb. 25, 1916 at River Falls.
Educated River Falls elementary and high schools; B.S. River Falls
State College. Since 1938 engaged in insurance and real estate busi-
ness. Circuit court commissioner since 1945. Member and past president
Kiwanis Club and Willow River Rod and Gun Club; Member Elks,
Butler-Harmon Post #80 Amvets, Wis. Ass'n of Insurance Agents. In
U.S. army air force, June 1942-Aug. 1945. Elected Apr. 1955 at a spe-
cial election to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Sen. Warren P.
Knowles. Re-elected 1956. Chairman 1955-57 interim Legislative Coun-
cil Committee on State Government Operations which studied effi-
ciency in government. Home Address: New Richmond.
  10th senatorial district: Buffalo, Dunn, Pepin, Pierce, St. Croix
  RICHARD J. ZABORSKI (Dem.) born Milwaukee Jan. 7, 1927. Grad-
uated St. Mary Czest Parochial School, Messmer High School; B.S.
Marquette University   1953. Salesman. World War II veteran       and
army reserve officer. Commissioned infantry officer at 18. Served
overseas in Europe with 1st Infantry Division; participated in Nuern-
berg trials; recalled to active duty 1950; in Korea and Japan as of-
ficer in 1st Cavalry Division; intelligence officer. Chairman Milwau-
kee County   Democratic Full Employment Conference; delegate to
Democratic state conventions. Member American Legion, Holy Name
Society, various social, political and scholastic organizations. Elected
to senate 1954. Home Address: 713 S. 21st St., Milwaukee.
  11th senatorial district: 4th, 8th, 16th wards, city of Milwaukee.
  CLIFFORD W. KRUEGER         (Rep.) born in Madison June 24, 1918.
After graduating from high school attended Merrill Commercial Col-
lege. Presently a sales manager. In 1946 elected alderman, and in
1940 appointed deputy sheriff. Member of senate 1947, 1949, 1951,
1953, 1957. Home Address: 122 N. State St., Merrill.
  12th senatorial district: Iron, Lincoln, Oneida, Price, Taylor, Vilas

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