37 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (December 1965)

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CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


                      CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES
Number   L7                                                           December. 1965

                                C. A. L. L. MEETINGS

Our first meeting of the 1965-1966 year, held October 29, was presided over by our
new President, Frank Lukes. It was a very successful one, arranged by Joseph
Benson, Chairman of the Program Committee. We had a delicious lunch (sans dessert!)
at Mayor's Row, followed by a tour of the court rooms in the new Civic Center, con-
ducted by Gerald W. Shea, Administrative Assistant to Judge John S. Boyle. Then we
met in an unoccupied court room and Bob Roalfe, a member of the Advisory Committee
for the Civic Center Library (to be), in a witty and understanding way, told us of
the plans, arguments, pitched battles, victories and defeats which have gone into
the shaping of this project. The meeting was an unexpectedly large one and almost
everyone stayed to the end, proving that the Program Committee had functioned
successfully.

Our Christmas Party will again be at the Fortnightly Club of Chicago, 120 East
Bellevue Place (Whitehall 4-1330). It will be held Thursday evening, December 16,
from 5:15 to 7:00 P. M. Coffee, tea and appetizers will be served and there will
be a cash bar--and lots of good company.

                                WE GREET NEW MEMBERS

Miss Barbara Anderson, formerly Assistant Librarian at Covington and Burling, in
Washington, D. C., is now Librarian at McDermott, Will & Emery, and is adjusting
to life in the Midwest.

Miss Ruth Diaz is the new assistant to Fred Donnelly at Loyola University Law
Library. She hopes to start classes in Library Science at Rosary College in
February.

Miss Sally Martini, from the University of Indiana at Kokomo, is working part time
at Loyola University Law Library as cataloguer while preparing her thesis for a
degree in Library Science at the University of Chicago.

Mr. Edward Hess, of the University of Illinois Law Library.

Mrs. Ida Olson, who is secretary to Mr. Kurt Schwerin at Northwestern University
Law Library.

                                  NEWS OF MEMBERS

 Miss Janice Babb is in the midst of a busy season, for she has taken on two jobs
 in the Special Library Association. One is the Placement Chairmanship for the
 Illinois Chapter, and the other is the Social Science Chairmanship for the National
 Chapter.

 Mr. Joseph Benson, having been in Europe in 1965, is looking to the Far East in
 1966 (Hong Kong in May?). Joe is now serving on the National Advisory Council for
 URBANDOC. This is a project, headed by Miss Vivian Sessions of the University of

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