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16 Wash. St. B. News 1 (1962)

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STATE MEMBERS SERVE
ON A.B.A. COMMITTEES
The following Washington State Bar As-
sociation Members are serving on American
Bar Association Committees:
Edward W. Allen, Seattle- International
and Comparative Law.
Doane Brodie, Olympia-State Legislation.
John D. Cartano, Seattle--Relations with
Lawyers of Other Nations.
William R. Eddleman, Seattle-Customs
Law.
E. N. Eisenhower, Tacoma-Continuing
Education of the Bar, Joint American
Law Institute-American Bar Association
Committee On Continuing Legal Educa-
tion, National Conference of Lawyersand
Life Underwriters.
James R. Ellis, Seattle-Local Government
Law.
Robert C. Finley, Olympia-Judicial Ad-
ministration.
James Gay, Seattle-Local Government
Law.
Kenneth E. Gemmill, Spokane-Profes-
sional Ethics.
Warren Gilbert, Jr., Mt. Vernon-Bill of
Rights.
Joseph H. Gordon, Tacoma-Communica-
tions.
Robert W. Graham, Seattle-Antitrust
Law.
David 0. Hamlin, Seattle-Unauthorized
Practice of the Law.
William M. Holman, Seattle-Professional
Grievances.
Bernice Jonson, Seattle-Continuing Edu-
cation of the Bar.
Payne Karr, Seattle-Insurance, Negligence
and Compensation Law.
Lyle Keith, Spokane-State Legislation.
Herbert S. Little, Seattle-International
and Comparative Law.
Thomas Malott, Spokane-Judicial Selec-
tion, Tenure and Compensation.
Ben A. Maslan, Seattle-Traffic Court Pro-
gram.
Leo A. McGavick, Tacoma-Membership.
Frank L. Mechem, Seattle-Lawyer Refer-
ral Service.
Robert G. Moch, Seattle-Legal Aid Work.
Robert S. Mucklestone, Seattle-Junior Bar
Conference.
Smithmoore P. Myers, Spokane-American
Citizenship.
Cornelius J. Peck, Seattle-Administrative
Law.
George V. Powell, Seattle-National Con-
ference of Commissioners on Uniform
State Laws.
Charles C. Rails, Seattle-Atomic Attack.
Alfred J. Schweppe, Seattle-American Bar
Association Journal, Bill of Rights, Edu-

DOLLIVER HEADS STATE
LAW DAY ACTIVITIES
The Washington State Bar Association
with all other State Bar Associations will
celebrate the Fifth Annual Law Day, May
1. James Dolliver, chairman of the Associa-
tion's American Cit-
izenship Committee,
will be chairman of
Law Day.
Mr. Dolliver of
Everett, Washing-
ton, will meet with
all Local Bar Asso-
ciation presidents on
Friday, February 2,
1962, to go over
plans for Washing-
ton State's observ-
ance.                   DOLLIVER
At the time of this writing, the Seattle
Times already has offered to publish a spe-
cial Law Day section. We are looking for-
ward to the Spokesman Review or the Spo-
kane Chronicle doing likewise.
Members are reminded that Law Day is
one of the largest public relations project of
the Washington State Bar Association, and
has grown in importance since first it was
founded to point up the advantages the
American Rule of Law has over law in other
parts of the world, particularly those that
celebrate May Day.
Every member of the Association is asked
by Mr. Dolliver to help with some facet of
Law Day in his own community.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY BAR
ASSOCIATION ELECTS
Newell Smith, Everett, has been elected
president of the Snohomish County Bar As-
sociation. Other newly-elected officers are:
Charles Eugene Hunter, vice-president;
Joseph Brinster, secretary; and Lloyd
Meeds, treasurer.
cation in the Contrast Between Liberty
Under Law and Communism.
Harold S. Shefelman, Seattle--Local Gov-
ernment Law.
Gerald Shucklin, Seattle-Federal Legisla-
tion.
Daniel C. Smith, Tacoma-Mineral and
Natural Resources.Law.
George Neff Stevens, Seattle-Legal Educa-
tion and Admissions to the Bar.
Richard Thorgrimson, Seattle-Local Gov-
ernment Law.
Lewie Williams, Seattle-Mineral and Nat-
ural Resources Law.
Robert 1). Williams, Seattle-Insurance,
Negligence and Compensation Law.

ORRIS HAMILTON IS NEW
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE
Governor Albert D. Rosellini has an-
nounced the appointment of Benton-Frank-
lin County Superior Court Judge Orris L.
Hamilton to the Washington State Supreme
Court. Judge Hamilton, 47, succeeds
Justice Joseph A. Mallery, who retired
January 15, 1962, after nearly 20 years on
the high bench.
Judge Hamilton was sworn in to his new
post on January 22, 1962, and assumed his
new duties immediately, as the Court began
hearing en banc cases.
Judge Hamilton was appointed to the
Benton-Franklin County bench in 1948. His
earlier service included a tour with the state
Attorney General's office and the post of
Benton County prosecuting attorney. Last
year he was president of the Washington
Superior Court Judges' Association.
JUDGE BEAN RETIRES FROM
WALLA WALLA BENCH
Walla Walla Superior Court Judge Glenn
L. Bean has retired. Judge Bean had been
on the bench since 1949, capping a 40-year
legal career in Walla Walla. He had been
prosecuting attorney from 1934 to 1942 and
was a U.S. court commissioner from 1929
to 1942.
CONTINUING LEGAL
EDUCATION, 1961-1962
Olympia, March 3,1962-Automobile
Liability Insurance and the Law.
Seattle, March 10, 1962 -Organiza-
tional Problems of Small Business.
Spokane, March 17, 1962 - Auto-
mobile Liability Insurance and the
Law.
Yakima, March 31, 1962-Organiza-
tional Problems of. Small Business.
Reserve Two of the Dates
and Register Now!
SUPREME COURT DISBARS
TWO STATE ATTORNEYS
The state Supreme Court has announced
the disbarment of two state attorneys, Clyde
A. Barnard, Seattle, and James p. Mahoney,
Spokane. The Court said Barnard's record
showed a long list of forged and worthless
checks and that Mahoney had forged a
client's name and the name of a notary
public to a complaint he filed in court to
assist him in collecting an attorney's fee.

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