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i ecton of Urban, State and

                                            Local Government Law
                                            American Bar Association
                         1AW Vol. 6, No. 1, Summer 1982

Manly W. Mumford to Become
New Section Chairman

Manly W. Mumford, a member of
the Chicago firm of Chapman &
Cutler, will become Chairman of
the Section with the expiration of
Joe Johnson's term at the conclu-
sion of the upcoming San Francis-
co meeting. Under the Section's
Bylaws, Manly, who is currently
Chairman-Elect, automatically as-
sumes the Section Chairmanship at
the end of his predecessor's term.
  A prominent municipal bond at-
torney, Manly holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard
University and a Juris Doctor from Northwestern University.
Manly was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1950 and since that
time has been in the municipal department of Chapman &
  In addition to his work with our Section, Manly is the im-
mediate past President of the National Association of Bond
Lawyers and a member of the Tax Exempt Finance Committee
of the ABA Section on Taxation. Manly has appeared as a fre-
quent lecturer and panelist on topics related to municipal
finance. He has spoken before the Bond Attorney's Workshop,
Executive Enterprises, Institute of Continuing Legal Educa-
tion, National Association of Bond Lawyers and the Practicing
Law Institute. In addition, Manly has authored the following
articles: Arbitrage and Advance Refunding, DUKE LAW JOURNAL
1239 (1976); New Rules for Bond Elections, 3 URBAN LAWYER 17
(1971); and The Past, Present and Future of Industrial Develop-
ment Bonds, 1 URBAN LAWYER 147 (1969).
   Married since 1961, Manly and his wife, Luigi, are the parents
of a daughter, Shaw, age 17, and a son, Dodge, age 14.

Report of Section
Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee submits, pursuant to the Section's
Bylaws, the nominations set forth below for the association year
  Chairman-Elect-Patrick J. Falvey of New York, New York
(J.D., St. John's University; admitted, 1950). Mr. Falvey, General
Counsel of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, is
now Vice Chairman of the Section and has served the Section in
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Annual Meeting
Program Highlights

A wide-ranging program of exciting and timely topics awaits
those Section members who will be attending the 1982 Annual
Meeting in San Francisco this August.
  Kicking off the event on Saturday, August 7, will be an all-day
session devoted to current issues in government finance. At
10:00 in the morning recent developments involving the tax ex-
empt status of municipal bonds will be analyzed by both Jack
Bates of the Committee on Tax Exempt Finance of the ABA's
Tax Section and Bernard Friel, Chairman of our Section's Com-
mittee on Taxation of State and Local Obligations. At 2:00 in the
afternoon the enforcement of bond covenants on defaulted
bonds will be discussed by James Splotto, a partner in the
Chicago firm of Chapman & Cutler. At 3:30 the program will
focus on cities in financial difficulties with emphasis on the
Cleveland experience. The speakers will be Thomas Wagner of
Calfee, Halter & Griswold of Cleveland and William Reidy,
former finance director of the city of Cleveland.
  On Sunday, August 8, another full-day program is scheduled.
From 10:00 A.M. until noon, the topic will be Sex, Drugs and
Video Arcades: Current Issues for Local Governments. The
moderator will be Sam Gorlick, a former Section Chairman and
City Attorney of Burbank, California. The program will comprise
the following:
   Sexual Harassment and Public Employment:
   An Expensive Flirtation
     Speaker: GARY R. SINISCALCO
              Orrick, Herrington &Sutcliffe
              San Francisco, California

   Recent Developments in Local Regulation of
   Drug Paraphernalia
     Speaker: STEVEN R. MEYERS
              City Attorney
              San Leandro, California

   Sex: Adult Entertainment, a Peek Through the
   Bookstore Window
              Chief Deputy City Attorney
              San Diego, California

   Video Arcades: Regulatory Issues for Local Governments
     Speaker: KAREN L. WITTE
              Vice President and Counsel
              Atari, Inc., Coin-Operated Games Division
              Milpitas, California
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