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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book
(1960)

Executive branch and constitutional departments,   pp. [245]-278 PDF (8.9 MB)


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GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEES
DAIRY MARKETING, RESEARCH AND ADVISORY COMMITTEE
                      ON PROBLEMS IN
Members: MARVIN A. SCHAARS, chairman; HAROLD E. CALBERT; HUGH L.
    COOK; TRUMAN GRAF; HARLOW H. HALVORSEN; WILLARD F. MUELLER;
    WM. C. WINDER.
  This committee, consisting of University of Wisconsin professors,
was appointed July 1959 to study economic and technical phases
of improved dairy marketing. It is to report on the possibility of
assistance to farmers in developing a federated sales agency, ad-
vantages of consolidation and expansion of farmer-owned enter-
prises, marketing order programs, promotional programs, grading
and quality standards and any other action which might help raise
income returns to dairy farmers.
   ECONOMIC CONTROLS ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE
             STATE CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR
Members: DONALD N. McDOWELL, chairman; V. M. BUSHMAN; RICHARD
    S. FALK; GEORGE HABERMAN; WALTER JENSEN; HERBERT OLSON;
    MARTIN G. PEETERS; WILBUR J. SCHMIDT; EMORY G. STEDMAN;
    EVERETT YERLY.
  The committee was created March 1958 for the purpose of meet-
ing with the Wisconsin Civil Defense Director and his staff to for-
mulate tentative policies for economic controls during a state or
national civil defense emergency.
          EDUCATION BEYOND THE HIGH SCHOOL,
               GOVERNOR'S CONFERENCE ON
Members of Executive Committee: ALLEN ABRAMS, chairman; IRA I.
    BALDWIN; ROBERT BLISS; CATHERINE B. CLEARY; J. F. FRIEDRICK;
    CARL J. FORSBERG; C. L. GREIBER; E. P. HAMILTON; DOUGLAS KNIGHT;
    CLIFFORD S. LIDDLE; E. R. MCPHEE; E. J. O'DONNELL; ROBERT D.
    STEELE; MILO SWANTON; KARL WERWATH.
  This committee was established in 1958 to appraise the educa-
tional program for those who have finished high school. A state-
wide conference was held at Madison in April 1958, and regional
conferences are being planned.
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