35 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (February 1965)

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CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


                     CHICAGO  ASSOCIATION OF   LAW  LIBRARIES

Number 35                                                             Fe iruary, 1965


                             ANNUAL MEBIING--A. A. L. L.

          Thirty-five members of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries attended
the 57th annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries convened in
St. Louis, Missouri, June 28-July 2, 1964. On June 29, the Chicago Association,
at the kind invitation of Miss Agnes Christensen, of Burdette Smith and Company,
gathered for a gala dinner to honor Professor William R. Ibalfe for his distinguished
contribution to law librarianship and particularly for his leadership in the Chicago
area. As a keepsake and remembrance of the occasion, Professor Roalfe accepted a
beautiful piece of Steuben glass from the hands of C.A.L.L. President William Powers,
Librarian of the Chicago Bar Association. Reflecting the glow in the glass were the
eyes of Professor Roalfe's wife, Helen, who beamed her approval with her customary
radiance.

                                 CoA.L.L. MEETINGS

          Our first meeting of this 1964-65 year was held November 20 at The
Normandy House. Mr. Benjamin Mackoff, Administrative Director for the Circuit
Court of Cook County and Judge Boyle's Administrative Assistant, was the speaker.
He talked on the operation of the courts under the New Judicial Act, the progress
which is being made--and some of the interesting things which have occurred since
the enactment of the Act.

          Our Christmas Party was a delightful one held at the Fortnightly Club.
Cocktails were served, or coffee, and a mysterious benefactor supplied us with
delicious snacks to accompany the liquid refreshments.

          Our next meeting will be FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1.9, at The Normandy House.
 Cocktails at 12:00, luncheon at 12:30 - $3.25. Joe Benson and his committee will
 present Lee Silverstein, of the American Bar Foundation, whose talk will be on the
 Foundation's Project for Defense of Indigent Persons Accused of Crime and, briefly,
 the Project's relationship to the Poverty Program.

          Our future meetings will line up something like this:

             A March-April meeting.

             A May meeting, which we hope will work out to be a field trip.

                                 NOTES OF INTEREST

          According to Joe Benson, there will be a SPECIAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
 all-day workshop April 2, 1965, at the Pick-Congress. The subject will be Library
 Management and the combined luncheon and conference will cost $10.00. Reservations
 may be made with Wayne Hartwell, Compton s Encyclopedia, 1000 North Dearborn Park-
 way, phone 787-8270.

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