Chemical Literature, Volume 20, Number 2, Fall 1968 Page: 3
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (cont. from p. i)
1968 budget was cut almost $2,000,000 and Dr.
P. Craig was named chairman of a committee to
study the ACS dues structure. A full-time executive
was proposed by the Board, which also
approved a recommendation that two Directorsat-Large
be added to increase the Board membership
to 15, effective in 1969. The Committee
on Publications is almost evenly divided
in opinion on restructuring JACS, making it a
communications journal with subject sections
covered in various journals as in the British
Journal of the Chemical Society, with a central
staff editor in Washington receiving and
assigning articles to the journals. Probably
no action will be taken until after a staff
study report is made in July.
Dr. C. Brown reported that the Program Committee
had rated several papers given at the
San Francisco meeting as an experiment to explore
the possibilities of establishing an award
recognizing excellence in presentation.
Dr. Starker reported that Documentation Abstracts
is in a much more stable position and
that it should be on schedule by mid 1968. A
professional business manager, Goodway, Inc.,
has been retained to handle such business details
as billing and subscriptions. An Editorial
Advisory Board has been established to
assist B. Lipetz, the Editor: J. Kuney and J.
Werdal, representing the American Society for
Information Science; C. Conrad and L. Starker
representing DCL; R. Snyder and M. Schoengold
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