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Term: Zaborski, Richard J. 1927

Definition: (Dem.), born Milwaukee, Jan. 7, 1927. Educated St. Mary School; Messmer High School; B.S. Marquette Univ. 1953. Postgraduate work Univ. of Wisconsin Law School. Salesman. Veteran of World War II and Korea; served in the infantry; received Purple Heart; participated in Nuremberg trials. Member American Legion, Holy Name Soc.; various other social, political, and school organizations; past chairman Milwaukee County Dem. Full Employment Conference. Elected to Senate 1954; re-elected 1958, 1962. Chosen Sen. Minority Leader 1963, 1965. Member Com. to Visit State Institutions, Jt. Corn, on Legis. Organization, Com. on Interstate Cooperation, Sen. Governmental and Veterans Affairs Com., Legis. Council's Taxation Com.; served on 1963 Tax Compromise Coin.; Legis. Council Com. of 25, 1963-65 interim. Served on Civil Defense Council. Mailing address: 713 S. 21st St., Milwaukee 53204. Elected from old 11th Senatorial District: 1962 Wards 4, 8, 16, City of Milwaukee. (Blue Book 1966)

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