40 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (June 1967)

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CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


                       CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES


Number 40                                                                June, 1967

                                 C.A.L.L. MEETINGS

          Our Spring meeting was held at the Furniture Club on March 17. This meet-
ing marked the Twentieth Anniversary of the Association. An anonymous donor pre-
sented green-green carnations to all the ladies, making us aware that it was also
St. Patrick's Day.

          In honor of the Anniversary, special invitations were sent to the Charter
Members:

  Elizabeth Benyon                        Charles McNabb
  George Budway                           Breta Peterson
  Frank Di(anio                           Helen Powell
  Doris Greene (Deceased)                 William R. Roalfe
  William S. Johnston (Deceased)          Helen G. Ross (Mrs. William Britton)
  Frank E. Kolak                            (Deceased)
  Evelyn Huston Moniotis                  Dorothy Scarborough (Mrs. Theodore Holland)
  George J. Maschinot                     Frank Schuetz
  Annabelle McIntire (Mrs. Frank Paulson) Elaine Teigler


Of the seventeen founders only Miss Benyon, Mr. DiCanio, Mr. Roalfe and Miss Teigler
were able to attend. Other founders sent their greetings.

          We had many guests, including the Executive Board of the American Associ-
ation of Law Libraries. Honoring us with their presence were President Kate Wallach,
President-elect William Murphy, Treasurer Robert Kelly, Secretary Jane Hammond, and
Earl Borgeson, Virginia Knox and Mortimer Schwartz of the Executive Board. Presi-
dent Wallach spoke briefly on new developments in the A.A.L.L.

          The program was a panel discussion on the 'raining of Law Library Per-
sonnel on the Professional andLSemi-Professional Level. Several approaches to the
problems were discussed--the Holding of Training Institutes on Local and National
Levels; Training on the Job; tae Ideal Approach - attending library and law school.
Mrs. Bernita Davies, Law Librarian and Professor of Library Science, University of
Illinois, Mr. Leon Liddell, Law Librarian and Professor, University of Chicago Law
School, and Mr. Fred Donnelly, Professor, Rosary College Department of Library
Science, described for us the formal training opportunities in the Chicago area.
A.A.L.L. and C.A.L.L. publications of value in training law librarians were set up
as an exhibit.

          The final meeting of the 1966-67 year was held in the Connecticut Room
of Stouffer's Restaurant on Madison Street. There were 77 members and guests pres-
ent and together enjoyed a pre-prandial visit, followed by a delicious luncheon.
Our President Elaine Teigler began the meeting promptly, extending a cordial greet-
ing to everyone and, in particular, to our guests, among whom was Mr. Garcia Morino
of the National University of Mexico City.

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