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Theobald, H. Rupert; Robbins, Patricia V. (ed.) / The state of Wisconsin 1975 Blue Book

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   l0th Assembly Dist.               Representative                   Representative
        Vacancy                         MENOS                         SCHROEDER
F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr. (Rep.), 10th Assembly District.
  Elected to senate in April 1975 special election.
Gus G. Menos (Dem.), I1th Assembly District.
  Born Milwaukee, December 5, 1920; married. Graduate Lincoln high school;
institute of America. President jewelry and carpet firm, decorator, certified
gem appraiser;
formerly air conditioning service and metal finisher and turbine assembly
work. Served in army
air force. Lifetime member U.A.W., AFL-CIO; member West Allis Toastmaster's
Villard Ave. Business Assn.; former mbr. Civil Air Patrol, Milw. Journal
Golden Gloves Team;
former treas. St. Nicholas Holy Name Soc.
  Elected to assembly in September 1971 special election; reelected 1972,
1974. Biennial
committee assignments: 1975 - printing (vice-chm.); highways (also 1973 and
joint interim
com.); labor (also 1973, 1971); commission on interstate cooperation. 1971
- transportation;
veterans' and military affairs.
  Telephone: (414) 462-7000.
  Mialing address: (home) 1850 W. Daisy Lane, Glendale; (business) 3432 W.
Avenue, Milwaukee 53209.
Frederick C. Schroeder (Rep.), 12th Assembly District.
  Born West Bend, Jan. 19, 1910; married. Educated West Bend elementary and
high schools;
took special agriculture courses at UW-Madison.     Farmer; former retail
dairy operator.
Member Washington-Ozaukee Co. DHIA bd. (pres.); served on county Holstein
Assn. bd. of
dir. 18 years (past chm.), 10 years on county ASC Com. (chin. 4 years). Awards:
Breeder Award of the Holstein-Friesian Assn. of America and 1967 State 4-H
Alumni Award.
  Elected to assembly since 1964. Biennial committee assignments: 1975  agriculture
since 1965, vice-chm. 1967, jt. interim com. 1969 and 1971 ); commerce and
consumer affairs
(also 1973); jt. legis. study and adv. com. on state supported programs.
1973  natural beauty
council. 1969     commerce and manufactures (chm.; mbr. 1967); excise fees;
com. to visit
state properties (also 1967); legis. council's licensing law com. 1967 -
printing (chin.). 1965
- enrolled bills.
  Telephone: (414) 334-3989.
  Mailing address: 2472 Hwy 143, West Bend 53095; (home) town of Trenton.

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