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Term: Crawford, John S. 1923

Definition: (Rep.), born Sept, 11, 1923, Homestead, Pa. B.A. Pa. State Univ. 1948; M.A. and LL.B. Univ. of Wis. 1949-53. Master's thesis, Italian-American Labor Relations; 5,000 copies published by A.F.L.; used in North Africa for anti-communist propaganda by U.S. Information Service. Now practicing attorney. Army air force 1942-45; P.O.W.-Evadee, Italy. Cited 12th Army Air Force for meritorious service behind enemy lines in Northern Italy. In 1958 cited by Wis. D.A.V. for exceptional and meritorious conduct. Elected to assembly 1954, 1956, 1958. Member 1959-60 G.O.P. Policy Committee. Chairman 1955 Spec. Committee on Dairy Price Spread; chairman 1957 Committee on Commerce and Manufactures which initiated legislative policy for Wisconsin's participation in St. Lawrence Seaway; member Committees on Judiciary, and Labor and Conservation; member Legislative Council's Committee on Ports. Home Address: Silver Creek Farm, R.F.D. 3, Marshfield. Wood County, 1st district: That part of Wood County not in 2nd district. (Blue Book 1960)

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