Chemical Literature, Volume 17, Number 1, Spring 1965 Page: 4
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NEWS NOTES (cont.)
tee of the Division of Chemical Literature at the
Spring ACS meeting in Detroit. Comments and suggestions
from Division members may be sent to Chairman
Harriet Geer prior to the meeting.
Meanwhile, Staff Contributors should continue to
send abstracts of material in their assigned journals
to Mary B. O'Hara.
The Society of Technical Writers and Publishers
will hold its annual meeting at the New York Hilton
from May 19 to May 22, 1965. The theme of the convention
is "New Vistas in Communication."
Dean Bodlter of UCLA will moderate a panel discussion
on "Preparing Today's Technical Writers for
Tomorrow." Brig. Gen. A. T. Stanwix-Hay will introduce
a technicals manual panel with a talk on integrated
technical logistic data and the related DOD
Another panel will cover new equipment and techniques,
including the use of an automatic editing
machine. Other panels will be concerned with technical
advertising, technical report writing, and
Details can be obtained from Mrs. Norma Kennedy,
STWP, P. 0. Box 3706, Beechwold Station, Columbus
The Graduate School of Library Science will sponsor
a one-day Government Publications Conference at
Drexel Institute of Technology, Philadelphia, on May
13, 1965. The Conference will consider reference
use, acquisition, and organization of all types of
documents from municipal, state, federal, and international
The closing date for registration is May 1. Miss
Carole Butcher, Graduate School of Library Science,
Drexel Institute of Technology, 33rd and Chestnut
St., Philadelphia, is in charge of registration.
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The new volume covers literature of complex compounds of
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List of abbreviations for frequently occurring ligands, alphabetic
index of all ligands covered in Gmelin Cobalt
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