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Term: Morton, Earl D. 1918

Definition: (Rep.), born Kenosha Nov. 28, 1918. Educated Kenosha public schools. Received A.B. in 1949 from Carroll College; in 1951 LL.B. from Marquette Univ. Law School. Practicing attorney; laundry chemical analyst 1939-40, machine tool inspector 1937-39. World War II veteran; in Army 1940-45. Assistant district attorney 1954; Kenosha city councilman 1955- 57. Served in Assembly 1957 and 1959. Elected to Senate 1960. Member State Building Comn., 1964 World's Fair Participation Comn., Sen. Judiciary Com., Revisions, Repeals, Uniform Laws Com. Chairman of Legis. Council Youthful Drinking and Driving Com. 1961, vice-chm. of its Election Laws Com. 1963. Served on Sen. Governmental and Veterans Affairs Com., Legis. Council Taxation Com. Home address: 4102 Wilson Road, Kenosha. (Blue Book 1964)

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