9 Fam. Law. [i] (1967-1969)

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Annual Meeting Happenings
Some developments of interest to the Section and its
members happened in Honolulu.
The ABA House of Delegates approved the Guide for
Collaboration of Physician, Social Worker and Lawyer in
Helping the Unmarried Mother and Her Child which the
Section had recommended. By this action, the American
Bar Association joins the American Medical Association,
the American Academy of Obstetricians and Gynecolog-
ists, the American College of Pediatrics, the Children's
Bureau and the Child Welfare League of America in a
common understanding of the roles of the three profes-
sions most directly involved in dealing with the serious
social problems encountered by the unmarried mother land
her child. Developed in its final form at an interprofes-
sional meeting convened by the Children's Bureau in
Washington, D.C. during May 1966, the statement was
squired through the Family Law Section by Felix
Infausto, Council Member and Chairmen of the Adoption
The Section observed a standing moment of silence in
memory of the late Judge Paul Alexander. Recognition of
his great service to the Section of Family Law as one of
its founding-fathers, as a former Vice-Chairman, and his
pioneering efforts in the field of family law will be
memorialized in a statement to be released.
Unanimous approval by acclamation was given to a
motion to thank and commend the local arrangements com-
mittee, headed by Judges Gerald Corbett and Samuel
King, for making this our most successful and best con-
ducted convention. [Ed. Note: They had a distinct
advantage called Hawaii.]
The Council created an ad hoc Committee of Liaison
with the National Conference of Commissioners on Uni-
form State Law, and directed the incoming Section
Chairman to appoint the Committee without delay. The
action was taken in view of the many areas of current
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To stabilize and preserve family life

Our Vice-Chairmen
The election of new officers and council members, and
the appointment of committee chairmen and vice-chairmen
all took place in Honolulu at the annual meeting. The
names of the officers, council members and chairmen for
1967-68 appear in the usual places of The Family Lawyer.
Here, for a change, are the vice-chairmen of the Section's
Adoption: Sanford N. Katz, Gainesville, Florida;
Mildred A. Shanley, Queens, New York; Richard Barker,
Washington, D.C.
Alimony & Maintenance: Carl E. Winkler, Washington,
Custody: Bernice Jonson, Seattle, Washington;
Nathaniel E. Gozansky, Nashville, Tennessee.
Divorce Law & Procedures: Samuel P. King, Honolulu,
Family Law Judges: Frank W. Nicholas, Dayton, Ohio.
Juvenile Law & Procedures: Charles W. Tenney,
Lincoln, Nebraska.
Law & Family Planning Dexter L. Hanley, S.J.,
Washington, D.C.
Marriage Law: Fred W. Fisler, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Paternity: Harry D. Krause, Urbana, Illinois.
Practicing Lawyer: Bliss Kelly, Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma; Margaret Wilkinson, Memphis, Tennessee.
Interprofessional Liaison: Karl D. Zukerman, New
York, New York.
Membership: Adele T. Weaver, Miami Beach, Florida.
Public Relations: Howard W. Broecker, Chicago,
Research: Doris Jonas Freed, New York, New York.
Scope & Correlation: John S. Bradway, San Diego

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