Ohm, Howard F.; Bryhan, Leone G. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1940
Members of the legislature, pp. -70 PDF (13.3 MB)
26 WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK MURRAY GETTELMAN RAMPEL 4th District 5th District 6th District MILTON T. MURRAY (Rep.) was born June 1, 1898 in Milwaukee and received his education at Milwaukee State Teachers College, Marquette University, and the University of Chicago. He was a teacher and ath- letic coach for ten years and is now a practicing attorney at 231 West Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee. He resigned from his fifth consecu- tive term in the assembly to run for a seat in the senate left vacant by the death of Oscar II. Morris. Mr. Murray was elected in April 1939 and is now serving his first term in the senate. Home Address: 1902 East Linwood Avenue, Milwaukee. Fourth senatorial district: The thirteenth, eighteenth, and twenty-first wards of the city of Milwaukee; and the villages of Fox Point, River Hills, Shorewood, Whitefish Bay, and the town of Milwaukee. BERNARD GETTELMAN (Rep.) was born at Chicago, Illinois on December 23, 1889. He received his education in the common schools of Milwaukee. Mr. Gettelman is president-treasurer of the National Soap and Products Company. He has served in the Milwaukee County sheriff's department both as motorcycle officers' chief and as under-sheriff. He was elected a delegate to the Republican National Conventions of 1932 and 1936 and was chairman of the Wisconsin delegation at the latter convention. From 1917-1918 he was a member of the assembly, from 1921-34 of the senate and in 1938 he was again elected to the senate. Home Address: 2250 North Hi-Mount Boulevard, Milwaukee. Fifth senatorial district: The ninth, fifteenth, nineteenth, twenty- second, and twenty-sixth wards of the city of Milwaukee. GEORGE HAMPEL (Prog.) was born in Milwaukee on August 27, 1885. He was educated in the public schools, the International Correspondence School, and Hesse's Art School. Mr. Hampel is an accountant and is president of Hampel's Book Shop, Inc. Included in the public offices which he has held are county clerk of Milwaukee County in 1919 and 1920 and executive secretary of the Milwaukee Motion Picture Com- mission. He was a member of the assembly in 1931 and was elected to the senate in 1936. Home Address: 3651 North 17th Street, Milwaukee. Sixth senatorial district: The second, seventh, tenth, twentieth, and twenty-fifth wards of the city of Milwaukee.
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