22 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (February 1958)

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CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


                        CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES
 Ikuber 22                                                      February 15, 1958




 TE RMT MEETING: April l1th, 1958, 6:00 p.m. at Stouffer's Restaurant in the
 Prudential Plaza. The 6:00 is for those who like a cocktail before the dinner
 scheduled for 6:30 p.m. After dinner, members will take a tour of the law
 library and offices of Kirkland, Fleming, Green, Martin and Ellis in the samw
 building. Our Secretary-Treasurer, Wn. Murphy, and John Deasy will point out
 the aights.
      Now don't go to De Paul on April 4th. This is the date and place originally
 anounced by the program chairman, Louise Hammond. This is Good Friday, and for
 some other reasons concerned with facilities right now at De Paul, it seemed
 #dvisable to change both the date and location of the dinner meeting.

 =LAST MEETING was held at Lynn Burton's Steak House on Friday, January 17th.
 1he featured speaker was Raymond P. Drymalski, Chief Justice, Municipal Court of
 Chicago. A vigorous speaker, the Chief Justice described the court over which
 he presides and outlined the problems facing him as the administrator of thtot
 very busy court. All present enjoyed the talk. Bernita Davies and Paulne
 Carleton came up from Urbana for the luncheon meeting and for the purpow* of
 visiting the Steuben glassware department at Field's. These two were thb only
 out-of-towners that we can recall that were present at this luncheon meeing.
 We always get into trouble, though, in naming people at particular evente. We
 neglected to state, in our last issue, No. 21, that Mrs. Florence R. McMaster of
 the Indianapolis Division of Indiana University School of Law and Mrs. Margaret
 D. Stevens of the Barnes, Hickam, Pantzer and Boyd firm of that city, both meers
 of the Chicago Chapter, were in Colorado for the convention this usmner.

 THE CHRISTMAS PARTY was held at Lynn Burton's Steak House on December 11th. It
 was a buffet supper complete with grab bag Christmas presents, Santa Claus and
 music and dancing. Mixed together, the product was an enjoyable evening for mem-
 hers, their husbands and wives.

 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION (V LAW LIiRARIES: Tire4 of thinking of cold Chicago? Try
 thinking of nice, warm but beautiful Washington, D. C., the location of the next
 annual meeting of the Association. Start planning to go and send in your reserva-
 tion to the Sheraton Park Hotel, the site of the meeting, which will be from
 June 29th to July 3rd, 1958.
     And for crass financial details: Why not apply for a scholarship?    There
are five of them just waiting to be taken. The method of taking can be suppXLd
by Hibernia Turberville, Southern Methodist University, Dallas 5, Texa.

IN MENRIAM: We note the death of one of our early members, Eskil C. Dahliz, of
the National Law Library Appraisal Association. Mr. Dahlin had a fund of know-
ledge about law books. At one time an employee of the Chicago Law Institute, Mr.
Dahlin had worked for the Flood Company and for Callaghan and Company before
opening his own company.

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