5 Prob. Notes. 1 (1978-1979)

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Volume 5, No. 1, Fall 1978

Q American College of Probate Counsel 1978

EDITORIAL

MESSAGE FROM
THE PRESIDENT
I have just assembled the program for our
mid-year meeting in Kauai, Hawaii, February 28 -
March 4, 1979. It will be excellent - one of the
best. But finding 20 outstanding speakers in the
College was difficult. My acquaintanceship with
top-flight speakers in the College across the
nation is limited, but I felt the need for
participation from all sections of the country: big
cities, rural communities, large firms, small
firms, single practitioners and law professors - a
true cross-section of the College. It was easy
enough to select speakers from the Southwest,
but beyond that horizon lay the difficulty. It
occurs to me that others will face the same.
I would like to institute a new resource for the
College - a reservoir of talent from which to draw
speakers and authors for programs and publica-
tions.
Many Fellows of the College lecture at seminars
and institutes in all parts of the United States.
Many write outstanding treatises and articles for
local, state and national publications. The College
should know of these accomplishments and be
able to draw upon them for the benefit of all. The
College will never know about them unless
advised. No one should be hesitant to give this
information.
Thus, each time you speak at an institute or
seminar, author an article for a legal periodical or
know of a Fellow of the College whose talents
should be shared with others, write the Executive
Director of the College. She will catalogue such
information and make it available to future
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+t-has been traditional for the new editor of
Orobate Notes to recognize the efforts of the
retiring editor in this column. The process of
following established precedent is not always a
happy one, but in this case it is a pleasure to be a
traditionalist. Jack Bruce spent two effective
years during a tumultuous period (from the tax
legislative standpoint only!) editing this publica-
tion, the first as assistant editor to Malcolm A.
Moore, and the second as editor in chief. During
this time period, Probate Notes served a double
duty, that of keeping the Fellows of the College
well-informed as to our own activities, and that of
a messenger of the dramatic tax events taking
place in our chosen area of law practice. Any
faithful reader of Probate Notes during those
years must agree that under Jack's tutelage and
guidance Probate Notes served both tasks well.
For this, and for his other work on behalf of the
College, all owe him a debt of heartfelt thanks.
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
MID-YEAR MEETING
KAUAI SURF - KAUAI, HAWAII
February 28 - March 4, 1979
Brochures have been mailed to home addres-
ses, when available, and you should have received
your copy by this time. Extra copies are available
from the College headquarters.
This is high season in the Islands, and space is
in great demand so please make your reservations
early.
The Kauai Surf Hotel, on beautiful Kalapaki
Beach, surrounded by 200 acres of lush
landscaped grounds, has everything necessary for
a successful A.C.P.C. meeting. For the golfers,
it's own 18-hole champicnship golf course, and
ten court tennis club for the tennis set.
There is a fully self-contained Meeting and
Convention Center. We have a program of superior
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