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Theobald, H. Rupert; Robbins, Patricia V. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1968
(1968)

Biographies and pictures,   pp. [1]-68 PDF (23.4 MB)


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MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY
    BOCK                     RADCLIFFE
Iowa-Richland            Jackson-Trempealeau
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WACKETT
Jefferson
  GREGOR J. BOCK (Rep.) born Muscoda, November 2, 1907. Graduated from Mus-
coda High School; attended University of Wisconsin. Sand and gravel producer;
formerly employed by telephone company and farmer. Charter member Highland
Lions Club; church trustee; member Knights of Columbus. Fire Chief; county
ap-
praiser; county board supervisor and deputy sheriff 1932 to present; village
mayor and
school board president 1939-43; Highland postmaster 1941-51. Elected to Assembly
1964
and 1966. Chairman Assembly Contingent Expenditures Com.; vice-chm. State
Affairs
Com.; mbr. Highways Com. and jt. interim  com., and Transportation Com.;
Com. to
Visit State Properties; mbr. Legis. Council's Highway Adv. Com. 1965-67.
Mailing ad-
dress: 575 Diagonal Street, Highland 53543.
  JOHN    Q. RADCLIFFE     (Dem.) born Little Falls, May 19, 1920. Educated
Black
River Falls elementary and Tony high school. Rubber company employe for past
22
years; owner-operator of a nursery; formerly a surveyor. Veteran of World
War II;
served in Navy. Has variously served as president Strum PTA; district director
Boy
Scouts; Trempealeau County Democratic Party chairman; chief steward C.I.O.
Rubber
Workers local; mbr. Veterans of Foreign Wars, Amer. Legion, Strum Commercial
Club,
Rod and Gun Club, State Horticultural Society. Served as member Strum-Eleva
Central
High School Board, chairman Strum-Skyline Park Board. Elected to Assembly
1964 and
1966. Member Assembly Public Welfare Com. and jt. interim com.; served on
Legis.
Council Highway Adv. Com. 1965-67, vice chairman Assembly Engrossed Bills
Com. and
member Agriculture Com. 1965. Mailing address: Box 55, Strum 54770.
   BYRON F. WACKETT (Rep.) born Randolph, March 21, 1912. Educated Randolph
 public schools. Service station operator; formerly salesman. Past president
Wis. Assn.
 of Retail Petroleum Dealers; was chm. Watertown Chapter Red Cross 1950-52.
Served
 as mayor of Watertown from 1946 to 1949. Elected to Assembly 1952; now in
8th term.
 Assembly chairman Joint Com. on Finance; mbr. Bd. on Government Operations,
Leg-
 islative Council, Legis. Programs Study Com.; served on Legislative Council
and its
 Public Weliare Committee 1965-67, its U.W. Medical Center Com. 1963-65 interim;
As-
 sembly State Affairs Com. and Printing Com. 1965, Municipalities Com., Veterans
and
 Milit. Affairs Com. (chairman 1955 and 1957), Legis. Council Coms. on Reactivation
of
 Camp McCoy 1957-59, on Taxation (vice-chm.) 1961-63, Water Resources Com.
1959-
 61. Mailing address: 100 Oak Hill Court, Watertown 53094.
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