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

Biographies and pictures,   pp. [1]-94 PDF (29.2 MB)


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MEMBERS OF STATE LEGISLATURE
Representative                 Representative
  ELCONIN                         WARD
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Representative
  BARBEE
Michael H. Elconin (Dem.), 16th Assembly District.
  Born Cleveland, June 20, 1953; single. Attended Brown university and UW-Milwaukee.
Legislator; former computer programmer. Member Citizens Regional Environmental
Coalition,
Wis. Coalition for Balanced Transportation, Democratic party of Wisconsin;
former unit
chairman Young Democrats.
  Elected to assembly 1972 and 1974. Biennial committee assignments: 1975
- municipalities
(vice-chm.; mbr. 1973); taxation; transportation (also 1973). 1973- labor.
  Telephone (414) 871-5807.
  Mailing address: 4246 N. Sercombe Road, Milwaukee 53216.
Walter L. Ward, Jr. (Dem.), 17th Assembly District.
  Born Camp Forest, Tennessee, October 28, 1943; single. Graduate Rufus King
high school;
attended Milwaukee Area technical college; B.S. UW-Milwaukee 1969; graduate
work
Marquette university. Counseling work. Member Junior Chamber of Commerce
(chairman);
OIC industrial advisory board (vice-chairman); Martin Luther King organization
board.
  Elected to assembly 1972 and 1974. Biennial committee assignments: 1975
 third reading
  (vice-chm.); municipalities (also 1973); printing; taxation (also 1973).
1973  environmental
quality.
  Telephone: (414) 372-8681.
  Mailing address: 3124 N. 13th Street, Milwaukee 53206.
Lloyd A. Barbee (Dem.), 18th Assembly District.
  Born Memphis, Tennessee, August 17, 1925. B.A. LeMoyne coll., Memphis,
1949; J.D. UW-
Madison 1956. Attorney; former law examiner industrial comn., legal consultant
gov.'s comn.
on human rights.   WW    II vet.; navy 1943-46. Mbr. Wis. Black Lawyers Assn.
(pres.),
Freedom Through Equality, Inc. (pres.), Bd. of Milw. Legal Services, NAACP,
Wis. Black
Political Caucus, Justice and Law Enforcement Com. of Midwestern Conf. of
Council of State
Govts., Natl. Black Assembly; League of Martin 1974, New Images Concept 1971;
delegate
1968, 1972 Dem. Natl. Conv. Awards received: Community Service Award 1974
of the Milw.
Star Times, Community Service Award for Outstanding Service to Black Veterans,
1974; Zero
Population  Growth   Humanitarian   Award   1973; Milwaukee    County   Welfare
 Rights
Organization Award, 1972; Black Press of Wis. Award 1972.
  Elected to assembly since 1964. Biennial committee assignments: 1975  judiciary
(chm.,
also chmn. 1973 and cochm. jt. interim com.); transportation (also 1973,
1969); judicial
council (also 1973); council on criminal justice. 1971  enrolled bills (chm.,
also chm. 1965);
jt. finance (also 1969, 1965); bd. on govt. oper. 1969 commerce and mfrs.
(also 1967).
1965    legis. coun.'s public welf. com. (secy.).
  Telephone: (414) 273-5755.
  Mailing address: 152 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee 53203.


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