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Toepel, M. G.; Theobald, H. Rupert (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1962
(1962)

Administrative branch,   pp. [371]-[548] PDF (54.0 MB)


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WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
a seed certification service under authority of the State Depart-
ment of Agriculture; and (4) promoting the use of superior seeds
on Wisconsin farms.
       DEAF, WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION             OF THE
Director: ROBERT W. HORGEN, 312 Woodland Circle, Madison.
Publication: W. A. D. Pilot (bimonthly).
  The Wisconsin Association of the Deaf, organized in 1876, has
received state aid since 1939. This aid has been for the purpose
of maintaining and operating a State Service Bureau under the
supervision of a director. The bureau's principal functions are to
promote the welfare and interests of the Wisconsin deaf, extend
consultation and job-placement service to any deaf person, co-
operate with state and local agencies in their services to the deaf,
and publish the Pilot to disseminate information about the deaf.
           FIRE ASSOCIATION SCHOOLS AND
                DEMONSTRATIONS, STATE
  A group of volunteer state firemen's associations receive not to
exceed $1,500 a year, in accordance with Sec. 20.460 (2), Wis.
Stats. The money is to be used to conduct fire schools and to
demonstrate methods of preventing and extinguishing fires. The
association must report to the Insurance Commissioner and must
comply with statutory requirements.
   HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, WISCONSIN STATE
Secretary: GEORGE C. KLINGBEIL, 5 Horticulture Building, The Uni-
    versity of Wisconsin, Madison.
  The Horticultural Society was formed in 1865 and has received
state aid since 1871. Its purpose is the advancement of all
branches of horticulture in the state. The membership of the
society is composed of horticultural organizations, both state and
local, individual and life members, including fruit growers, berry
and vegetable growers, and garden club members.
  LIVESTOCK BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION, WISCONSIN
Secretary: ROBERT THAYER, Department of Agriculture, 1800 Univer-
    sity Ave., Madison.
Publications: Livestock Breeders Directory; four Junior Livestock
    Exposition catalogs.
  The Livestock Breeders Association was organized in 1902 and
has received state aid since 1913. It seeks to improve the live-
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