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Zablocki, Clement J. 1912 | Wisconsin Historical Society

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Zablocki, Clement J. 1912

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Zablocki, Clement J. 1912 | Wisconsin Historical Society
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 (Dem.), 4th Congressional District Born Milwaukee, Nov. 18, 1912; widower; 2 children. Ph.D, Marquette Univ. 1936; grad. work in edue.; honorary dr. degrees Marquette Univ. 1966, Alverno Coll. 1969, Sogang Univ., Seoul, Korea 1974, Alliance Coll., Penn. 1975, Jagiellonian Univ., Cracow, Poland 1975, Univ. of Notre Dame [979. Formerly teacher, church organist, choir dir. Air Force Reserves 1956-65. Mbr. Wis. St. Corn. for Millennium of Poland's Christianity (gen. chm.); Marquette Univ. Alumnus of the Year 1979; AMVETS' Silver Helmet Award 1965; Georgetown University's Center for Strategic Studies (Adv. Bd.); Japan-United States Friendship Corn.; Milw. Soc., PNA; Polish Amer. Fed.; Polish Assn. of Amer.; Polish Roman Catholic Union; honorary mbr, Alpha Sigma Nu; Amer. Legion; delegate to 1960, 1964, 1968 Dem. Natl. Cones. Elected to State Senate 1942; reelected 1946. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives since 1948. Committee assignments: 98th Congress - Foreign Affairs (chin., also 97th, 96th and 95th Cong., mbr. since 81st Cong.); Select Corn. on Intelligence (also 97th, 96th and 95th Cong.), 93rd Congress - delegate to 14th General Assembly of the UN; Cong'l Advisor, U.S. Delegation to 1973 Session of Com. on Disarmament; mbr. Corn. on Org. of Govt. for Conduct of Foreign Policy. Washington office: (202) 225-4572; district offices: (414) 327-2525 (Milwaukee), (414) 549-5565 (Waukesha). Voting address: 3245 West Drury Lane, Milwaukee 53215. Mailing address: {Washington office) 2183 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; (district offices) 4302 W. Forest Home, Milwaukee 53219 and 112 W. Broadway, Waukesha 53186. (Blue Book 1983-84)

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