Bio: Jaseph, Lynn
D. (4 Feb. 1937)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 4 Feb. 1937
Lynn D. Jaseph, Green Bay, formerly a resident of Neillsville, has announced his candidacy for judge of the 14th judicial district, according to reports appearing in the Thursday issue of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. The article follows, in part:
"Lynn D. Jaseph, well-known local attorney and in point of service one of the eldest members of the legal fraternity here, today entered the race for the six-year term as judge of the 14th judicial circuit in opposition to the incumbent, Judge Henry Graass who is a candidate to succeed himself at the spring election April 6. Judge Graass has served in the office since 1914."
"Nomination papers for Attorney Jaseph, who will be 56 years of age before the election, were being circulated today. Indicating he will make an active campaign for the office, which pays an annual salary of $8,000, he said in a prepared statement, that conditions which will be hereafter fully discussed in my letters to the public can be corrected only by the election of a new judge."
"Born at Neillsville, Wis., Mr. Jaseph was graduated from the University Of Wisconsin Law School in 1905 and has practiced 31 years, 30 of which have been in Green Bay. At the present in business alone, he was for many years a member of the law firm of Cady, Strehlow and Jaseph and more recently of the firm of Kittel, Jaseph, Young and Everson."
"He served two years on the county board of supervisors from 1934 to 1936 as chairman of the town of Allouez and did not seek re-election last year. In 1923 he was assistant district attorney on the Progressive ticket. Outside of his terms as town chairman, Attorney Jaseph has never held elective office. His home has been in Allouez the last 29 years. He and Mrs. Jaseph have five children and one grandson."
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