13 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (September 1953)

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LAW  LIBRARY


             Chicago Association of Law Libraries


Number 13.                                       September 5, 1953.


             NEXT CHAPTER MEETING WILL BE HELD ON
                   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1953

         The next meeting of The Chicago Association of Law Li-
 braries will be held at the Normandy House, on Friday, October 2,
 1953, at 12:30 P. M. Miss Dorothea Blender, of Commerce Clearing
 House, Inc., will present a color film entitled Modern Tax Law
 Reporting.

                    NEW OFFICERS ELECTED

         At the Annual Meeting of The Chicago Association of Law
 Libraries held at the John Marshall Law School on Friday, May 22,
 1953, the following were elected officers for the year 1953-1954:
     President, Miss Jean Ashman
     Vice-President, Reverend Redmond A. Burke, C.S.V., Ph.D.
     Secretary-Treasurer, Miss Dorottiy Scarborough
     Executive Committee, Mrs. Grace French and Mr. William D.
                             Murphy.

                  NEW COMMITTEES APPOINTED

         Miss Jean Ashman, President of The Chicago Association of
 Law Libraries, has appointed the following members to serve on
 Committees for the year 1953-1954;

     Program: Virginia Dunlap, Chairman; Kurt Schwerin, and
              Catherine M. Ducey.
     Membership: Elaine Teigler, Chairman; Ruth Niedlander, and
              Mary Ballantine.
     Workshop: William R. Roalfe, Chairman; Elizabeth V. Benyon,
              and Frank Di Canio.
     Publications: Robert Kelly, Chairman; William D. Murphy,
              and Francis J. Rooney.

              SECOND LAW LIBRARY WORKSHOP SCHEDULED

         The Second Workshop of The Chicago Association of Law Li-
 braries will take place at the University of Chicago, in the Ida
 Noyes Hall, 1212 East 59th Street, on Friday and Saturday, Octo-
 ber 23rd and 24th, 1953* One of the many interesting features
 planned for the Workshop is a tour of the Midwest Inter-Library
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