¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 The 1968 Annual Conference took place at Hotel Jung, New Orleans, LA, October 16–18. The theme was “Man and His World.” At the opening session, William C. Nichols and a panel of women discussed “Looking at Work and Family: A Male Dilemma.” Other plenary speakers were Joseph H. Douglas, National Institute of Mental Health Staff Director of the 1970 White House Conference on Children and Youth, and Leo Perlis, Director of the Department of Community Services, American Federation of Labor. There were also five special sessions on the influence of men’s worlds in developing concepts and patterns of masculinity.
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- Counseling—Richard Klemer
- Education—Rose Somerville
- Research and Theory—Edward Z. Dager
- Special Emphases—Blaine Porter
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 A special session for young professionals was led by Kay King and Wesley Burr. Elizabeth Force was the program chair, and Msgr. Irving DeBlanc and John A. Tomasovich were local arrangements chairs. The U.S. Employment Service and its Louisiana affiliate provided employment services.