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20 Wash. St. B. News 1 (1966)

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Vol. XX, No. 1                      JANUARY- FEBRUARY,1966                             Page 1

TRAVEL COMMITTEE INVITES
TRAVEL SUGGESTIONS
The Travel Committee has somewhat
recovered from its labors in connection with
the recently concluded flight to Europe by
some 132 of our members. In view of the
fact that we have had two trips to Europe,
some of the travelers have felt that other
objectives and destinations should be con-
sidered. While no overseas flight is cur-
rently being planned for the year 1966, we
are nevertheless making plans for 1967 ard,
indeed, a good deal of this work will be
undertaken within the next few months.
Where shall we go in 1967? That is the
question. Will you please drop a postcard
to the Travel Committee (501 - 3rd Ave.,
Seattle 98104), giving us the benefit of your
wife's ideas on this point, and particularly
telling us where to go. Paraphrasing the
words of the marriage ceremony, Speak up
now shut up forever.
The American Bar Association will hold
its annual convention in Montreal com-
mencing August 8, 1966. The Travel Com-
mittee has received a proposal from Cana-
dian Pacific Airlines, 1221 Fourth Avenue,
Seattle, based on a minimum group of 10
passengers: Vancouver-Montreal and re-
turn, $201.80.
This jet flight will depart from Vancou-
ver, B.C., at 1:30 in the afternoon August
6th and will arrive in Montreal at 10:45
p.m. that evening. We must all leave to-
gether but can come back individually when
we please. All members who are interested
in this trip must call Canadian Pacific Air-
lines, MAin 2-6567 and identify themselves
as being members of our Bar Association
interested in traveling to the Montreal con-
vention. Your names will then be put on
the August 6th flight reservations list. 50
seats have been blocked out on the jet air-
craft for this purpose. The deal provides
that payment for this transportation must
be made to our Bar Association office even
though your reservations will be made
through the office of the carrier.
For those who would like to extend their
travels beyond the Montreal Convention,
the Committee has in mind a couple of
astounding goodies, of which more-laterl
Respectfully submitted for
THE TRAVEL COMMITTEE
JouiN D. McLAucILAN,
Chairman
CONE ELECTED TO HEAD
CHELAN    COUNTY BAR
Charles W. Cone has been elected presi-
dent of the Chelan County Bar Association.
He succeeds E. R. Whitmore, Jr.
Other newly elected officers are Robert
Graham, vice-president, and Grant Mueller,
secretary-treasurer.
Deadline for the next Issue of the BAR NEWS
Is February 21, 1966.

1966 ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD IN YAKIMA, AUGUST 25-27;
CHINOOK HOTEL TO BE CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS
The Board of Governors has announced that the 1966 Annual Meeting of the State
Bar Association will be held in Yakima, August 25, 26, and 27. The Chinook Hotel will
be headquarters for the meeting. The Yakima County Bar Association will host the con-
vention according to announcement by Vincent J. Beaulaurier, president of the Yakima
Bar Association.
Members are urged to begin their planning now to attend the annual meeting. This
early announcement is being given to enable

HORACE GEER APPOINTED           TO
PIERCE COUNTY BENCH
Gov. Dan Evans appointed Horace G.
Geer to the Pierce County Superior Court
on January 28, effective February 1. Judge
Geer succeeds Arthur R. Paulsen who re-
signed to return to private practice in Ta-
coma.
Judge Geer was one of three attorneys
recommended by the Pierce County Bar
Association. He is a University of Oregon
Law School graduate and was admitted to
the bar in 1933.
SEATTLE BAR OFFERS
PUBLIC RELATIONS FILMS
Recently the Seattle-King County Bar
Association purchased three sound film
strips portraying results and conclusions
from the Missouri Bar- Prentice-Hall Sur-
vey on the lawyer image and its economic
overtones. The film strips are recommended
by the American Bar Association as good
public relation tools for use by bar associa-
tions. The content is lawyer oriented with
emphasis on practical suggestions for im-
proving legal services and done in an enter-
taining manner.
The Seattle-King County Bar offers the
use of the film strips to other bar associa-
tions throughout the State and your in-
quiries should be directed to James A. Noe,
Chairman of the Public Relations Commit-
tee, 1440 Washington   Building, Seattle,
Washington 98101, or the Washington State
Bar Association office.
The films run for 15 minutes each and
are entitled: Packaging Your Product,
Lawyers, Laymen and Legal Fees and
Ethics, Your Professional Responsibilities.
LAWYER PLACEMENT
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Robert Castrodale, 1220 IBM Building,
Seattle, is the new Chairman of the Lawyer
Placement Service. Once again return post-
cards have been sent to all persons and firms
listing with the Lawyer Placement Service
and the listing for which a return postcard
has not been received will be removed. The
files may be inspected upon payment of
one dollar at the Washington State Bar
Association, 501 Third Avenue, Seattle,
Washington. Such a payment entitles the
payor to repeated inspections for a year.
There is no fee for listing with the Service.
Little interest was shown in the duplicate
set of listings, which was made available
in other cities, so it has been abandoned.

members to arrange their schedules accord-
ingly and to reserve accommodations for
their stay. Approximately 1,000 lawyers
are expected to attend.
Following is a room survey of Yakima
hotels and motels:

Hotel or
Motel
Cabana Motor Hotel
Capri Lodge
Chinook Hotel
Commercial Hotel
Grandee Lodge
Harold's
Motel Supreme
Holiday Motor Hotel
Imperial 400 Motel
La Casa Motel
Motel 97
(Fri. and Sat. only
singles)
Red Apple Motel
Thunderbird Motel
Towne House
Yakima Hotel
Yakima Travelodge

No.
Rms
62
25
175
34
15

A       5
A      50
A      37
A      11
A       7
will be able

63
3
40
20
33
580

No.
Persons
128
60
350
64
25
10
105
84
24
16
to take
110
6
83
42
106
1,213

NEW PROBATE CODE TO BE
SUBJECT OF CONFERENCES
William R. Andersen, Assistant Dean of
the University of Washipgton School of
Law, has announced that a series of pro-
grams on Probate Practice Under the New
Code will be presented to Washington
lawyers in the spring of 1966.
Programs will be conducted in Seattle
(March 19, 1966), Spokane (May 7), Olym-
pia (April 2), and Yakima (April 23).
Registrants for the program will receive at
no extra charge a copy of the soon to be
released Washington Probate Practice and
Proceduro-a 1000 page desk book edited
by John R. Steincipher.
The program, under the chairmanship
of George T. Shields, Spokane, will cover
such subjects as Who Takes the Estate
Now-With or Without a Will; New
Standards of Administration and Family
Support; Modernized Management of the
Estate; and How to Distribute and Settle
the Estate.
The program is jointly sponsored by the
University of Washington School of Law
and the Washington State Bar Association.
Attorneys in the state will receive details
and registration materials in February.

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