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HEADS OF STATE DEPARTMENTS (As of October 10, 1941)
Department Director

Name

Salary Finance.

George B. McKibbin

$6,000 Agriculture

Howard Leonard

6,000 Mines and Minerals

Robert M. Medill

6,000 Public Works and Buildings,

Walter A. Rosenfeld

6.000 Public Welfare.

Rodney H. Brandon

6.000 Public Health..

Roland R. Cross

6,000 Labor...

Francis B. Murphy

6.000 Registration and Education.

Frank G, Thompson

6,000 Conservation.

Livingston E. Osborne

6,000 Adjutant General

Leo M. Boyle

6,000 Insurance

John F. Jones

6,000 Public Safety

T. P. Sullivan

6,000

Chicago
Eureka
Springfield
Rock Island
Batavia
Dahlgren
Wilmette
Mount Vernon
Highland Park
Chicago
Danville
Springfield

MISCELLANEOUS BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS (As of October 10, 1941) Civil Service Commission-Robert L. Hunter, State Historical Library-Paul M. Angle, librapresident; Chicago,

rian, Springfield. Illinois' Commerce Commission-John D. Biggs, Planning Commission---Robert Kingery, chairchairman; Greenville.

man; Winnetka. Legislative Reference Bureau-Governor Dwight Tax Commission--Phillip W. Collins, chairman: H, Green, chairman.

Chicago. Racing Board-Major E. H. Williams, chairman, Industrial Commission-Alfred J. Borah; chairChicago.

man; Chicago. Athletic Commission Sheldon Clark, chairman: Niinois Public Aid Commission-Edward L. Chicago.

Ryerson, chairman; Chicago. Aeronautics Commission-Lawrence P. Bonfoey, Budgetary Commission-Rep. Reed F. Cutler, chairman; Chicago.

chairman; Lewistown. Liquor Control Commission-Arthur S. Smith, Illinois Development Council-Chauncey Mochairman; Bloomington,

Cormick, chairman: Chicago. Housing Board-Oscar W. Rosenthal, chairman; Illinois Petroleum Lease Commission George B. Chicago.

McKibbin, chairman; Chicago. Uniform Laws Commission-Nathan William Mc- Intergovernmental Cooperation Commission Chesney, chairman; Chicago.

Rep. Bernice T. Van Der Vries, chairman: Winnetka.

TEMPORARY BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS (As of October 10, 1941) State Council of Defense-Governor Dwight H. Gunning, chairman; Princeton. Green, chairman.

Strip Mining Investigation Commission-Senator Mlinois Legislative Council-Senator Thomas P. John W. Speakman, chairman; Danville.

Illinois General Assembly, 1939-1940

SENATORS

Source: Illinois Secretary of State (Senators are elected alternately, the even numbered districts at general elections and the odd numbered districts two years later. The terms of the senators in the odd numbered districts expire in 1943, those in the even numbered in 1941. The salary is $10,000 for a term of four years.) Dist. Name Residence Pty) Dist.

Name

Residence Pty 1 Daniel A. Serritela.. Chicago.

27 Stanley J. Mondala Chicago.

D 2 Frank Ryan

Chicago

28 Nicholas L. Hubbard. Mt. Pulaski..:D 3 William A. Wallace Chicago

29 William J. Connors.. Chicago.

D 4 Frank McDerinott Chicago.

30 Martin B. Lohmann, Pekin 5 John B. Geary

Chicago
31 Harold G. Ward.

Chicago 6 William G. Knox.

Chicago.
32 T. MacDowning

Macomb. 7 Arthur J. Bidwill.

River Forest

33 Charles F. Carpentier. East Moline. 8 Ray Paddock

Round Lake.
34 Robert W. Lyons.

Oakland.. R 9 Richard J. Daley, Chicago...

35 Vacancy. 10 Charles W. Baker

Davis Junct.

36 Vacancy John M. Lee.

Chicago.

37 Thomas P. Gunning Princeton. 12 Edward E. Laughlin. Freeport.

38 Elmer H. Droste.

Mt. Olive. 13 Francis J. Loughran. Chicago

39 10. E. Benson

Ottawa. 14 Arnold P. Benson

Batavia.
40 John W. Fribley.

Pana. 15 Peter P. Kielminski. Chicago.

41 Richard J. Barr

Joliet. 16 Simon E. Lantz.

Congersville
42 John J. Parish

Centralia 17 James B. Leonardo. Chicago.

43 Clinton L. Ewing.. Douglas 18 Thomas E. Madden Peoria

44 R. G. Crisenberry

Murphysboro. R
A L. Marovitz.
Chicago.
45 Earl B. Searey.

Springneld. 20 Louis E. Beckinan.

Kankakee.
46 Clyde Lee....

Mt. Vernon...D 21 George M. May pole. Chicago.

47 Norman G. Flagg.

Moro.

R 22 John W. Speakinan. Danville..

48 George C. Arinstrong. Lawrenceville. R 23 Thomas E. Keane

Chicaco.
49 Louis J. Menges.

East St. Louis. D 24 Everett R. Peters

St. Joseph.
50 J. Will Howell

West Frankfort D 25 Frank J. Huckin, Jr. Chicago

51 Charles H. Thompson. Harrisburg. ... R 26 (Wilbur J. Cash..

Towanda. R

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Name

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (Representatives are elected for terms of two years and receive $5,000 for the two-year period) Dis. Name Residence Pty. Dis.

Residence Pty. 1 Daniel M. Flanigan

Chicago.
D 26 Homer Caton..

Stanford... R Arthur T. Broche..

Chicago.
R 27 A. L. Auth..

Chicago.

D Ernest A. Greene

Chicago.

R
John Kuklinski

Chicago

D 2 Yito Marzullo.

Chicago
Eugene P. Dukes.

Chicago.

R James J. Ryan

Chicago.
D 28 Dan Dinneen.

Decatur
James J. Adduci.,

Chicago.

R
William Querfeld.

Clinton.. 3 George Garry Noonan Chicago.

Dean S. McGaughey Mount Zion. Charles J, Jenkins.

Chicago.

29 Edward P. O'Grady. Chicago. Dudley S. Martin, Chicago.

Arthur J. Quinn,

Chicago. 4 John C. Kluczynski Chicago

Robert M. Woodward Chicago
John F. Boyle

Chicago.
30 Ed Teefey.....

Mt. Sterling.
Michael A. Ruddy
Chicago.

Major T. Flowerree. Easton. 5 Louis G. Berman

Chicago
Robert H, Allison..

Pekin..

R William J. Warfield Chicago R 31 Pierce L. Shannon. Chicago.

D Nobel W. Lee.

Chicago.

R
George A. Williston

Chicago.

R 6 Charles H. Weber.

Chicago.

D
Edward P. Saltiel

Chicago.
James J. Barbour.

Evanston,
R 32 Albert Salisbury.

Carthage.

D Alan E. Ashcraft, Jr. Evanston. R

Rollo R. Robbins

Augusta.

R 7 Emmett MoGrath,

Brookfield. D
Sam Schaumleftel.

Moninouth. R Bernice T. Van der Vries.. Winnetka. R 33 Francis J. Coyle.

Moline.

D Arthur W. Sprague..

La Grange

R
Clinton Searle.

Rock Island. R 8 Thomas A. Bolger. McHenry.

D
Ora Smith.

Biggsville. D Nick Keller.

Waukegan.
R 34 John W. Lewis, Jr.

Marshall.

D Harold D. Kelsey Barrington. R J. S. Mundy.

Marshall.

D 9 Peter P. Jezierny.

Chicago.

D Dr, Raymond C. Gillogly. Newman. R William 8. Finucane. Chicago.

R 35 Henry J. White.

Somonauk
William J. Gormley
Chicago
Dennis J. Collins.

DeKalb,

R 10 E. C. Hunter...

Rockford

D
George S. Brydia.

Prophetstown R David Hunter, Jr.

Rockford
R 36 W. Roy Donohoo.

Pearl..

D Vacancy

William F. Gibbs.

Quincy

D 11 Michael E. Hannigan. Chicago.

Henry F. Scarborough. Payson

R George A. Fitzgerald

Chicago.
D 37 Henry Knauf.

Ladd.
David I. Swanson.

Chicago.

R
Frederick W. Rennick Buda..

R 12 Charles D. Franz.

Freeport.
James A. Nowlan.

Toulon,

R John A. Bingham

Galena ..

38 Dr. Frank A. Stewart. Girard.
Franklin U. Stransky
Savanna.
Tim Donnelly

Carlinville. 13 John G. Ryan..

Chicago.
William Robison.

Carlinville.
Adam S. Mioduski

Chicago
39 Edward G. Hayne.

Ottawa
Elmer J. Schnackenberg Chicago

R
J. Ward Smith.

Ottaw&. 14 Leon M. Schuler.

Aurora

D
Elmer P. Hitter.

Ottawa.
John C. Friedland.

Elgin..
40 Sam S. Lorton..

Cowden.
Maud N. Peffers.
Aurora.
Ed Marvel

Edinburg 16 Edward Skarda.

Chicago.

D

William P. Welker. Vandalla.
Matt Franz.

Chicago.
D 41 Joseph S. Perry.

Glen Ellyn.
Joseph Zlentek.

Chicago.

R
Warren L. Wood

Plainfield

R 16 William Vicars.

Pontiac.

D
Lottie H. O'Neill..

Do'ners Grove R Calistus A. Bruer

Pontiac
R 42 George J. Bauer.

Eftingham
Rollie C. Carpenter

Ancona.

R
Miles E. Mills.

Altamont.
R. J, Branson.

Centralla 17 Vacant

R Roland V. Libonati.

Chicago.
D 43 A. W. Ray

Avon...

D Peter C. Granata

Chicago.

R
Reed F. Cutler

Lewistown 18 Howard J. Gorman.

Peoria.

D
James E. Davis.

Galesburg R August C. Grebe.

Peoria.
R 44 A. A. Brands.

Pr. du Rocher
Leo D, Crowley,

Peoria.

R
Thomas J. Thornton

Chester. 19 John 0. Hruby

Chicago.

D
W. J. McDowell..

Murphyxboro R John J. Gorman,

Chicago.
D 45 T. J. Sullivan..

Springtield D Frank Houcek.

Cicero

R
Hugh Green.

Jacksonville. R 20 Ben W. Alpiner.

Kankakee. D
William J. Lawler.

Springfield R
Harry L. Topping.
Kankakee. R 46 H. S. Burgess.

Fairfield.

D Victor McBroon. Braceville D S. O, Dale.

Fairfield

R 21 Edward J. McCabe. Chicago

D
Homer Kasserman.

Newton

D Joseph L. Rategan

Chicago
D 47 Milton M. Mueller,. Highland,

R Robert Petrone..

Chicago.

R
Lloyd Harris

Granite City D 22 Hugh M. Luckey

Potomac

R
Anthony W. Daly

Godfrey.

D Augustus F. DeGafferelly. Danville.

R 48 Jesse Higgins

Oblong..

D W. 0. Edwards,

Danville.

D

John R. Thompson. Bridgeport. R Chicago.

D 23 Arthur M. Kaindl.

J. R. Funkhauser

Albion.

R Stanley A. Halick..

Chicago
D 49 Frank Holten.

East St. Louis. D William G. Thon.

Oak Park

R
J. L. Wellinghoff.

Belleville.. D 24 Tom M. Garman.

Urbana.

D
Max L. Bowler

East St. Louis, R Ora D. Dillavou,

Urbana.
R 50 M. F. Browner..

Mound City... R Charles W. Clabaugh, Champaign R

E. N. Bowen.

Herrin..

D 25 Stanley R. Kosinski

Chicago.

D
Herbert L. Upchurch. Benton.

D Raymond T. O'Keefe. Chicago.

D 51 Paul Powell.

Vienna

D Elroy C. Sandquist.. Chicago.

R
Oral P. Tuttle.

Harrisburg.

R Roberts.

D 26 Joseph W. Russell..

Arthur Van Hooser. Metropolis. R Ben S. Rhodes,

Norinal.

R

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Motor Vehicle Fatalities in Mlinois by Months

Source: Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics Year

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sep. Oct, Nov. Dec., Toc. 1930 127 155 155 175 162 208 185 226

230 249

2285 1931

183 172 144 160 187 179 200 235 233 238 219 217 2367 1932

184 162 149 142 192 166 170 190 173 191 200 190 2109 1933

158 121 132 141 182 171 183 200 199 255 213 222 2177 1934

224 167 226

193 199 181 208 219 238 261 238 221 2575 1935.

167 156 183 180 176 102 172 194 231 229 243 241 2334 1936 (a) 139 138 187 177 192 151 206 208 240

284 314 2461 1937 (a) 186 165 252 214 209 206 177 229 232 226 247

254

2598 1938 (a)

198 136 119 152 154 132 185 183 197 239 215 269 2177 1939 (a)

198
131
167 160 159 167

194 191

240 242 262 2261 1940 (&) 172 160 186 151 192 182 170

211 211 248 2328 1941 (a)

192126 174 165 204 209 209 (a) Compiled from reports

of Motor Vehicle Accidents subunitted pursuant to Article IV, Section 41 of the Traffic Act.

245

150

220 225

Balances in Illinois Funds
Source: Office of Illinois State Treasurer

Name of Fund

Cash
Balances
Sept, 30,

1941

Name of Fund

Cash Balances Sept. 30,

1941

General Revenue

$25,568,297.18 | Soldiers' Compensation.
Gen. Rev.--Res. for Old Age Assist. 4,543.022.70 | State Bond Road,
Rev. Res. Old Age Asst. War. Rev... 55,334.00 | U. S. Veterans' Bureau.
Rev. Res. Old Age Asst. Adm. Exp

354,676.02 Waterway Gen. Rev.-Res. for Emerg. Reliel..

4,009.16 Water Terminal. Common School..

417,467.42 Road. University of Illinois.

207.726.25 Road--Res. for Bond Int. and Ret Waterway Bond

87.12 Motor Fuel Tax. Soldiers' Comp. Bond Int. & Ret

809,996.80 | Motor Fuel Tax: State. Blind Relief

93,192.84 Motor Fuel Tax: Counties. Occupational Tax.

6.929.252.61 Motor Fuel Tax: Municipalities. Working

440.496.55 Emergency Relief Bond Int. & Ret Teachers College Income

158,783.18 || Sec. Emerg. Relief Bond Int. & Ret.. University Income

311,229.61 Emergency Relief-Collection Acc... Agricultural Premium

617,708.03 Emergency Reliet. Fire Prevention

173, 276.49 State Garage Revolving Gare and Fish

548.217.81 The State Military. Forestry Nurseries.

20.488.51 Mlinois-Michigan Canal.

40.773.10 Total regular funds.

828,801.84

25,044.92 606,733.01

53.35

77.65 14,250,368.91 1,206,933.33 4,478,429.04 5,442.182.87 5,346,287.68 9,886,419.62 1,900,470.18 1,498,277.80 283.961.77 215,221.66

339.25

86,463,638.26

TRUST FUNDS Local Bond $39,205,25 Venereal Disease Control.

$58.905.73 State Teachers Pension & Retirem 3.624.95 U.S. Child Welfare Services.

11.121.63 Teachers' Ret. Sys. of the State of Ill. 4,772,809.77 U. 9. Forest Reserve.

3.360.85 Ill. State Institution Teachers' Pen. 42,582.42 U.S. Forest Service Co-operative.

1.561.66 Kaskaskia Commons Perin. School.. 49,325.92 U. S. Maternal & Child-Health Serv. 55,858.97 Old Age Assist. Rec. State & Federal 122,416.14 U.S. Public Health Services,

105.679.61 Protested Fees

3,517,759.65 U. S. Services for Crippled Children. 50,929.80 Corporation Trust 30.003.75|U. S. Employ. Comp. Adm..

1.10 III. Mun. Pub. Utility Employees'

Federal P. W. A. Grants.

72,520.49 Annuity & Benefit.

5,988.44 Empl. Trust Fund (Dep. with U. 8. Relief Compensation

14.871.80 Treas, for cred. of the State of Ill. 227,727,159.40 Workmen's Compensation 53,598.06 Illinois Municipal Retirement.

18,415.86 Federal Employment Service.

95.87 Federal Vocational Education.. 1,673,750.82 Total trust funds.

240,682,477.61 Federal Vocational Rehabilitation.

73,909.81 'Title III Social Security Act Federal. 2,177,019.86 Combined totals.

327,146,115.87 *This balance does not include proceeds of checks, drafts and money orders in the process of collection.

TRANSFERS
Transfers From

Transfers To

Amount Occupational Tax Fund. General Revenue Fund..

$5,950.171.59 Occupational Tax Fund Cominon School Fund

1.250,916.66 Occupational Tax Fund

Soldiers' Compensation Bond, Int. and Retirement Fd. 349.119.69 Occupational Tax Fund University of Illinois Fund.

147.279.04 Occupational Tax Fund Blind Relief Fund.

104,166.66 General Revenue Fund. Emergency Relief Fund

2,499,575.00 General Revenue Fund. General Revenue Reserved for Old Age Assistance.

1,737,312.66 Protested Fees Fund. General Revenue Fund.

11.517.41 Protested Fees Fund Occupational Tax Fund

231,350.11 Protested Fees Fund Emergency Relier Collection Account Fund,

7.062.74 Motor Fuel Tax Fund. Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund

1,927,785.19 Motor Fuel Tax Fund. Motor Fuel Tax-Counties Fund.

1,537.066.28 Motor Fuel Tax Fund. Motor Fuel Tax-Municipalties Fund.

1.537.066.28 Motor Fuel Tax-Counties Fund. Emergency Relief Bond, Interest and Retirement Fd. 211,083.34 Motor Fuel Tax-Counties Fund Second Emergency Relief Bond, Int. and Retirement Fd. 83,041.67 Motor Fuel Tax--Munl'palties Fd. Second Emergency Relief Bond, Int. and Retirement Fd. 83.041.67 Energency Relief Collec. Acc. Fd.. General Revenue Fund.

1,415.357.11 Total transfers...

19,082,913.10

Sources of Illinois Revenue_1931-1940

Source: Illinois State Department of Finance State Property Tax.

$ 115,704.842 | Sales Tax Illinois Central Tax

19,116,232 Utility Tax Inheritance Tax

66,684,759 Liquor_Taxes, Corporation and Insurance Taxes. 107,471.786 Other Taxes Motor Vehicle Tax

221,796.981 Motor Fuel Tax...

393,411,813

$ 570,034.776

47,984,514 78,739.803

8,586,100 $1,629,531,606

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Election Calendar of Illinois

Source: Illinois Election Laws Tuesday after first Monday in November within their corporate limits a town or towns, For Presidential electors, Governor, Lieutenant quadrennially, counting from 1911. Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of Public

For all town (township) officers, officers in cities Accounts, Attorney General, State Senators in even containing one or more towns, and officers in vilnumbered districts. Clerk of Superior Court of lages whose boundaries coincide with the boundaries Cook County, Clerks of the Circuit Courts. of a town (township) annually. Recorders, State's Attorneys, County Coroners, and

Third Tuesday in April County Auditors, every fourth year, counting from For mayor and commissioners of citie organized 1908.

under the commission plan (except such as include For State Treasurer, Representatives in Congress, wholly within their corporate limits a town or Representatives in the General Assembly, and three towns), quadrennially, counting from 1911. Trustees of the University of Illinois for term of For officers of cities organized under the general six years, every second year, counting from 1910.

law (except such as contain within their corporate For . United States Senator, every six years, limits one or more townships), annually. counting from 1914 and 1918, respectively,

For officers of villages organized under the genFor clerk of Supreme Court and clerks of the eral law (except where the territorial limits coinAppellate Court, every sixth year, counting from cide with the territorial limits of a township), 1908.

annually. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, State

Second Saturday in April Senators in odd-numbered districts, Clerk of the

For school directors in school districts; for Criminal Court of Cook County, county and probate boards of education of township high schools: comclerks, county and probate judges, county munity high school districts, non-high school distreasurers, county superintendents of schools, and tricts and community consolidated school districts, sheriffs, every fourth year counting from 1910. all annually. For judges of the Superior Court of Cook County,

PRIMARY ELECTION twenty-one judges every sixth year, 1941 and there

Second Tuesday in February after. (One judge first Monday in June every sixth year, counting from 1939, and six judges counting election on the first Tuesday in April.

To nominate candidates to be voted for at the from 1940). For chief justice, clerk and bailiff of the

(DOWN STATE) Municipal Court of Chicago, every sixth year,

Last Tuesday in February counting from 1912; for nine associate judges of To nominate candidates to be voted for on the said court for term of six years, every second year, first Tuesday in April. counting from 1908. For county commissioners in counties not under

(COOK COUNTY) township organization, one each year for term of

To nominate candidates to be voted for at the three years.

election on the third Tuesday in April. Last Tuesday in February

Second Tuesday in April For one judge of the Superior Court of Cook

Every year in which a President of the United County, every sixth year, counting from 1925. States is to be elected, for the purpose of electing

delegates and alternate delegates to national First Monday in June

nominating conventions and for the purpose of For judges of the Circuit Court, every sixth year, securing an expression of the sentiment and will counting Irom 1909.

of the party voters with respect to the candidates For judges of the Supreme Court, Fifth District, for nomination for the office of President of the every ninth year, counting from 1909; Fourth Dis: United States. trict, every ninth year. counting from 1912; and Every year in which officers are to be voted for First, Second, Third, Sixth and Seventh Districts, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in every ninth year, counting from 1915.

November, to nominate candidates to be voted for For judges of the Superior Court of Cook County,

at said election; also to elect State, ward and one every sixth year, counting from 1939, and six precinct committeemen and Senatorial committeecounting from 1940. First Tuesday in April

GENERAL PROVISIONS For officers of cities in counties under township A primary for the nomination of all other oficers. organization (not under commission plan) that nominations for which are required to be made have adopted the Act of 1885, annually.

under the provisions of the primary law, shall be For mayor and commissioners in cities organized held seven weeks preceding the date of the general under the commission plan which include wholly election for such offices, respectively.

men.

Receipts of Revenue by Illinois

Year, 1940

Source: Office of Illinois State Treasurer

First Nine Receipts of the various funds

Months, 1941 Direct property tax...

$421,088.35 Inheritance tax

3,706,595.15 Beverage and liquor revenue tax (Includes protested Items)

13,569,205.36 Insurance fees and taxes (includes protested items)

7,989,818.99 Corporaton fees and taxes (includes protested Items)

3,351,458.99 Interest collected on state funds...

73,296.71 Retailers' occupation tax..

57,428, 121.64 Retallers' occupation tax paid under protest.

3,558,468,19 Retailers' occupation tax-for emergency relief

17,253,133.89 Public utility tax-for emergency relief

7,986,725.04 Public utility tax paid under protest

56,533.01 Motor fuel tax (includes protested items).

35,862.554.59 Motor vehicle tax (includes protested items)

21,260,673.49 Federal aid to roads

3,479,310.77 Federal ald to old age assistance

16,694,769.61 Ilinois Central Railroad

764,532.18 Miscellaneous fees, earnings and refunds

11,813,269.98 Unemployment trust fund

61,675,530.24 Trust funds.

15,163,910.02

$181,837.69 4,755,407.07 11,749,539.31 7,463,689,59 3,542,649.57

105,543.66 61.999,040.72 3,460,967.55 30.622,439.29 9,986,474.80

58,833.78 45,268,196.19 24,024,844.76

9,330,449.44 16,166,233.15 1,651,634.61 9,939,597.20 74,380,156.62 10,786.445.47

Total.

$282,108,996.20

325,473,980.47

Indebtedness of Illinois Outstanding Oct. 1, 1941

Amount

Source: Office of Illinois State Treasurer Issue

Amount

Issue Called bonds and notes which have

Emergency relief bonds.. ceased to bear interest.

$17.500 State highway bonds..

109,044,000

Total debt ..... Soldiers' relief compensation bonds

9,979,0001

$31,802,000 $152,842,500

Judiciary of the State of Illinois

JUDGES SUPREME COURT
Term, 9 years; salary $15,000; terms end in June of year indicated
Paul Farthing, D.
Belleville. 1942 Elwyn R. Shaw, D

Freeport.
June C. Smith.
Centralia 1942 | Francis S. Wilson, D.

Chicago.
Walter T. Gunn, R.

Danville.. 1942 Loren E. Murphy, D., Chief Clyde E. Stone, R.

Peoria.

1945
Justice.....

Monmouth.

1942 1942

1948

CLERK SUPREME COURT

Salary. $7.500

Edward F. Cullinane

Havana.

Pro Tempore

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JUDGES OF THE APPELLATE COURT

Terms end in September of year indicated
First District

Franklin R. Dove, D...

Shelbyville John J. Sullivan, D.

Chicago.

1942| Blaine Huffman. D........... William H. McSurely. D. Chicago.

1942 Roger J. Klley.

Chicago.
1942

Third District
John M. O'Connor, D

Chicago.
Alfred D. Riess, D

Red Bud.
David F. Machett, D.

Chicago.
19451 William J. Fulton, R

Sycamore.
Kickham Scanlan, D
Chicago. 1945 Frank H. Hayes. R.

Morris
Joseph Burke..

Chicago.

1945 Oscar Hebel, D.

Chicago
1941

Fourth District
Hugo M. Friend, D.

Chicago..

11945
R. J. Dady. R..

Waukegan
Second District

L. E. Stone, D.,

Springfield Fred G. Wolfe, D.

Quincy

J. T. Culbertson, Jr., D. Delavan...

CLERKS OF THE APPELLATE COURT
Term 6 years; terms end in December of year indicated
First District

Third District
Sheldon W. Govier. D. .......(Chicago...... | 1944 Robert L. Conn, R. ..........18pringfield.... | 1944
Second District

Fourth District Justus L. Johnson, R......... .lOttawa. ... ...| 1944 Daniel F. Mallett, D...... Mt. Vernon... | 1944

JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURT, COOK COUNTY

Terms expiring in 1946, first Monday in December Donald S. McKinlay, D. Joseph Sabath, D.

John F. Bolton, D.

John A. Sbarbaro
John J. Sullivan, D.

I'rancis B. Allegretti, D.
Rudolph F Desort, D.
James F. Fardy, D.
E. I Frankhauser, R.
Oscar Hebel, R.
John C. Lewe, D

Terms expiring in 1946, first Monday in December
William J. Lindsay, D. Robert C. O'Connell, R. John F. Haas, R.
John J. Lupe, R.

John M. O'Connor, D. Ulysses S. Schwartz, D.
John P. McGoorty, D. Peter H. Schwaba, D. Vacancy
Michael L. McKinley, D. Harold G. Ward, D.
William H. McSurely, R. Charies A. Willians, D.
Oscar F. Nelson, R. Joseph A. Graber, D.

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1 Hal A. Spann.

Darce F Rumsey

Lloyd M. Bradley. 2 W. Joe Hil..

Roy E. Pearce.

Blaine Huffman. 3 Maurice V. Joyce.

Alfred D. Riess.

Dick H. Mudge. 4 Franklin R. Dove.

James G, Burnside

Josiah T. Bullington. 6 Casper Platt,

Ben F. Anderson..

George W. Bristow. 6 Charles Y Miller

Frank B. Leonard.

William S. Bodman. 7 Lawrence E. Stone.

Victor Hemphill

Walter W. Wright 8 Guy R. Williams..

Fred G. Wolle.

A. Clay Williams. 9 Riley E. Stevens.

Burton A. Roeth.

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