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Barish, Lawrence S.; Theobald, H. Rupert (ed.) / State of Wisconsin 1989-1990 Blue Book

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Representative                 Representative
SWOBODA                           BOLLE
Lary J. Swoboda (Dem.), 1st Assembly District
  Born Luxemburg, May 28, 1939; married. B.S. in speech and education, UW-Milw.
1963; M.S. in political
science 1968. Full-time legislator. Member Phi Kappa Phi Natl. Honor Soc.;
Kappa Delta Phi Natl. Honor
Soc. in education; Phi Eta Sigma Natl. Freshman Honor Soc.; Casco Community
Club; St. Mary's Holy
Name Soc.; K. of C. Council 5844; K. of C. Marquette Assembly; Kewaunee County
Dem. Party; Luxemburg
Chamber of Commerce.
  Elected to Assembly since 1970. Biennial committee assignments: 1989  Tourism,
Recreation and Gov-
ernment Operations (chp.); Agriculture (chp. 1985, 1983, vice chp. 1979,
mbr. 1971-77); Education (also 1987);
Rural Development and Forestry; Veterans and Military Affairs (vice chp.
1987, mbr. 1981-85, 1977, 1975);
Education Comn. of the States (also 1987); Tourism Coun.; State Building
Comn.; State Supported Programs
Study and Adv. Com. (also 1987, 1985, co-chp. 1979). 1987  Tourism, Recreation
and Forest Productivity
(chp., mbr. 1985); Legis. Council's Com. on Natural and Recreational Resources.
1985  Rural Develop-
ment (vice chp.); Leg. Council's Coms. on International Trade, on Property
Tax Collection. 1983  Tourism
and Recreation (also 1981). 1981 - Highways (vice chp.); Jt. Survey Com.
on Tax Exemptions (Assembly vice
chp.); Agriculture and Nutrition; Building Commission; Legis. Coun. Spec.
Com. on Alien Land Ownership.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-5350; District: (414) 845-2295.
  Voting address: (Town of Luxemburg) Rt. 1, Box 268, Luxemburg 54217.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 13 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison
Dale J. Bolle (Dem.), 2nd Assembly District
  Born Manitowoc County, June 12, 1923; married; 2 children. Grad. Manitowoc
Lincoln H.S. Full-time
legislator. Former president and owner of trucking company. World War II
and Korean Conflict veteran;
Army (member of U.S. Army Reserve for 23 years, retired from reserve with
rank of captain). Member Two
Rivers Elks; Disabled American Vets.; Master Builders. Former member Wis.
County Boards Assn. (dir.);
Chamber of Commerce; Wis. Counties Utility Tax Assn. (chm.). Former member
Bay-Lake Regional Plan-
ning Comn.; Manitowoc Co. Bd. mbr. 1970-1980 (chin. 1976-1978).
  Elected to Assembly since 1982. Biennial committee assignments: 1989  Veterans
and Military Affairs
(chp., also 1987, vice chp. 1985, 1983); Excise and Fees; Highways (mbr.
since 1983); Urban and Local Affairs
(also 1987, 1985). 1987 Judiciary. 1985  Aging (chp.). 1983  Economic Development;
Local Affairs;
Small Business.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-9870; District (home): (414) 682-4284 or
(414) 732-3133.
  Voting address: 10018 Reif Mills Road, Whitelaw 54247.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 107 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
Alvin R. Ott (Rep.), 3rd Assembly District
  Born Green Bay, June 19, 1949; married; 4 children. Grad. Brillion H.S.;
Grad. UW-Madison Farm and
Industry Short Course, 1968; Grad. of 1st Class of Participants in Wis. Rural
Leadership Program, 1986.
Former agri-business salesman, owner/operator of independent agri-business,
tenant dairy farmer and cash
crop farmer. Member Forest-Ever Ready 4-H Club (adult leader); Calumet Co.
Republican Party; Republi-
can Party of Wis.; Calumet Co. Agricultural Assn.; Wis. Counties Assn.; National
Rifle Assn.; Calumet Co.
Holstein Breeders Assn. Former member Brillion F.F.A. Alumni Assn.; Brillion
Public Library Adv. Bd.
(chp.); Forest Junction Volunteer Fire Dept. Member Calumet Co. Bd. 1973-present
(vice chp.), chp. of its
Ag/Extension Educ. Com. and vice chp. of its Land Conservation and Planning/Zoning
Coins.; Wis. Land
Conservation Bd. 1984-88 (sec.); East Central Wis. Regional Plan. Comn. Former
member Calumet Co.
Comn. on Aging (vice chp.); Calumet Co. Solid Waste Mgt. Bd. (see.).
  Elected to Assembly 1986; reelected 1988. Biennial committee assignments:
1989  Agriculture (also 1987);
Labor; Rural Development and Forestry (ranking minority mbr.); Transportation,
(also 1987); Council on
Highway Safety (also 1987); Fox and Wolf Rivers/Lake Winnebago Caucus (co-chp.).
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-5831; District: (414) 989-1240.
  Voting address: (Town of Brillion) N8855 Church Street, Forest Junction.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 411 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953,
Madison 53708; (district) P.O. Box
  112, N8855 Church Street, Forest Junction 54123.

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