Martin A Kopnick, 1888-1972
Educator Heads Kiwanis District Green Lake—(.P*— The Wiscon •in-Upper Michigan district of Kiw-anis International Tuesday elected Earl Knutson. superintendent superintendent of schools at Westby. Wis., district governor. Knutson V'ill succeed Frank J. Horak of Oconto in January. 1951. John I. Allen of Racine was reelected reelected treasurer at the district's 32nd annual convention here. Former Congressman Harry Sauthoff of Madison told dole- Uates Tuesday night that blame ior the rise of Communism in .the world rests on the shoulders ef American noliticai leaders and •'our coddling of this social and political menace." Sauthoff said. "\Ve called it a political party that had a right to its place in the sun. entitled to freedom of speech and press. \vhen all the while it plotted and •schemed. lied and bribed, assault- Ted and killed all who stood in its U-ay." ; ~ New lieutenant governors elected, elected, and their divisions, are: Lew Saunders. Racine, southeastern; Herbert Aiasworili. .Monroe, capital; capital; L. L. Hum. Darlington, southwestern: Byron Schwartzberg, Schwartzberg, Milwaukee: Kenneth Horn. Vukwonago. southern; Theodore Schmidt. Kewauskum. eastern: Harry Stel, Markeson. central; Karry B. Radlund, Wisconsin Dells, south central: Keith Trusdale. Trusdale. Richland Center, west central; central; Har\ey Higlcy, Marinette, oortheastern: Frank Kavanaugh. Antigo. nofth central: Leonard Haas, Eau Claire, western; Frank Paitl. Marouette. Mich., upper peninsula: Martin Kopnick. Ironwood. Ironwood. Mich., 'northxvestem; and Rodney Young. Ladysmith. west central.