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

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


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WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
Department, Highway Department and Department of Public In-
struction.
  In a report October 1958, the committee reported having raised
$18,000 in donations, distributed 500,000 litterbags, launched a
state-wide publicity program in cooperation with the Conservation
Department, Highway Department and publicity departments of
the paper industry, prepared and distributed information to the
public and parochial schools stressing importance of keeping the
outdoors clean.
    MINERAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, GOVERNOR'S
            SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON WISCONSIN
Members: GOVERNOR GAYLORD A. NELSON; LEONARD BESSMAN; GEORGE
    A. DONALD; ARTHUR J. HANSON; GEORGE F. HANSON; LEONARD
    KUEHL; M. C. McIvER; HAROLD PEAVY; JOHN W. REYNOLDS; EDWIN
    B. SHOREY.
  This committee was established in 1956 to study the proposed de-
velopment of the taconite industry in the northern part of Wiscon-
sin. The committee published a report in 1958 relating to its in-
spection of Minnesota taconite operations.
         NORTHERN GREAT L.KES AREA COUNCIL
Members: GOVERNOR GAYLORD A. NELSON, chairman; H. L. ASHWORTH;
    GLEN R. DOUGLAS; ARLIE M. MUCKS, JR.; JACK OLSON; HARRY
    THOMIA; JAMES WIMMER.
  Following the 1945 Governors' Conference at Mackinac Island,
the Governor of Michigan requested a meeting with the Governors
of Minnesota and Wisconsin and the Province of Ontario to con-
sider an intergovernmental organization for cooperatively publiciz-
ing this area in the noncompetitive aspects of recreation. In Sep-
tember 1945 the Governors met and organized the Northern Great
Lakes Area Council. The council has received appropriations from
member states since 1946. The council meets 2 or 3 times a year
and each state is represented by its Governor and 6 other representa-
tives.
   PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED, GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE
                 FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF
Members: A. F. TREBILCOCK, chairman; L. A. MINGENBACH, 1st vice
    chairman; MRs. MARIE HOYER, 2nd vice chairman; A. L. BEIER,
    executive secretary; S. R. SPENCER, assistant executive secretary;
    STUART H. BECKER; MARGUERITE BENSON; GEORGE C. BERTEAU;


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