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8 Transcript 1 (1963)

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Charlestoh Young Lawyers
The annual banquet of the Charleston
Young Lawyers Club was held at the Hotel
Fort Sumter on November 28, 1962. Judge
J. Robert Martin, Jr. was the principal
speaker. The outgoing president, Elliott
Halio, installed the new officers for 1963,
who are: Joseph H. McGee, Jr., president,
Benjamin Goldberg, vice-president, G. L.
Buist Rivers, Jr., secretary, and I. M. Gold-
berg, treasurer.
New Solicitor
Theo Thomason, Jr., attorney, was sworn
into office January 14, 1963 as the new
Solicitor by the Hon. Frank Eppes, Resi-
dent Judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit.
H. 7. Pete Partee, attorney, will serve as
Assistant Solicitor. James R. Mann, attorney,
was praised for his untiring and ceaseless
efforts for the cause of justice upon his re-
tirement as Solicitor for the 13th Circuit
after nine and one-half years in the service.
Mr. Mann did not seek re-election.
New County Court
The voters of Charleston County approved
the establishment of a County Court in the
November General Election. The Court will
have civil jurisdiction up to $10,000.00 and
will replace the Civil and Criminal Court
for Charleston County. Theodore D. Stoney,
presently Solicitor of the 9th Judicial Cir-
cuit, has been unanimously recommended by
the Charleston County Legislative Delega-
tion to be Judge of the Court.
Miss Ruby Burns
Miss Ruby Burns, who formerly was
with the Federal Land Bank in Co-
lumbia, has replaced Mrs. Combs in the
Association's offices at the Law School,
1515 Green Street, Columbia. We ex-
press our appreciation to Mrs. Combs
for bringing our records up-to-date and
assisting in straightening out many
records in our office.
Seminars: Final
The final series of three seminars will be
conducted on Saturday, April 27 (not the
28th) in Greenville (Practical Approaches to
Evidence), Columbia (Psychology and rourt-
room Persuasion) and Charleston (Building
a Practice and Public Relations). Further de-
tails as to place and time will be announced
in a subsequent issue of TRANSCRIPT.

Continuing Legal Education
Survey Under Way for 1963

Reservations for Cruise
Are Being Accepted
Reservations are being accepted for the
Bar Association cruise which will leave
Charleston on Saturday, June 1, for Bermuda
and return to Charleston on Friday, June 7.
As previously announced, the ship is the
new 18,000-ton M/S Reviera of the Carri-
bean Cruise Line, the largest cruise ship
ever to sail from Charleston.
The fares range from $170 for the six-day
cruise which will arrive in Bermuda on
Monday, June 3, at 6:00 P. M. and remain
at dock in Hamilton until Wednesday, June
5 at 1:00 P. M.
Depending upon deck and accommodations
the prices for the cruise range from $170
for an inside room to $250 for an outside
room; $320 for a deluxe cabin; $430 for a
deluxe suite and $500 for accommodations
in a spacious apartment; all rooms are air-
conditioned and have private baths.
Accommodations on the ship include two
outdoor pools, an expansive Lido deck, a
275-seat cinemascope theater, a lounge night
club, three cocktail bars and a large res-
Reservations are being handled as follows:
Charleston: Ravenel Travel Agency, 67
Broad Street.
Columbia: Sweeny Travel Bureau, 1801
Main Street (Jefferson Hotel).
Greenville: Woodside Worldwide Travel
Service, 12 West McBee Avenue.
Judge Spruill's Speech
at Memorial Exercises
Circuit Judge James A. Spruill,
Jr., gave a thought-provoking ad-
dress at the memorial exercises
held at the Law School in De-
cember; the address is reproduced
in full on pages 4, 5 and 6 of this
issue of TRANSCRIPT.

Post Cards Sent
Asking for Courses
A postcard, with a return self-addressed
form enclosed, has been sent to every mem-
ber  the South Carolina Bar Association
in connection with plans for the 1963 sum-
mer course in Continuing Legal Education
at the School of Law of the University of
South Carolina.
The program last summer was far more
successful than Bar leaders had envisaged,
and, while there has been some discussion
about changing the schedule, Chairman
Eugene F. Rogers of Columbia said that it
is believed that the summer program this
year will follow the same format as to
schedule as the 1963 courses when The
South Carolina Business Corporation Act and
Estate Planning were studied by more than
60 students.
Members of the Association hhve been
asked to give their preferences for courses
to be conducted this summer; among the
topics suggested are (1) Tax Problems for
the General Practitioner; (2) Small Business
Planning and Problems; (3) The South
Carolina B ' ness Corporation Act (Repeat),
and (4) The Civil Rules of Federal Pro-
cedure. Members have also been asked to
suggest other topics for courses.
In 1062 the courses ran for a period of
six weeks on Wednesdays (all day) and
Thursdays (half a day); this schedule per-
mitted the out-of-town lawyers to have two
full days in their offices at the beginning
of the week and a day and a half in the
office at the end of the week. The exact
schedule and program will be announced in
a subsequent issue of TRANSCRIPT, but
all lawyers interested In the program are
invited to send their comments to Eugene F.
Rogers, Barringer Building, Columbia.
In the 1962 courses, the teachers were
Professors Ernest Folk III and Charles
Randall of the Law    School staff; the
teachers for the 1963 courses will be an-
nounced later.

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