Chemical Literature, Volume 16, Number 4, Winter 1964 Page: 2
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2 Winter 1964
EDITOR'S SWAN SONG
In retrospect, three years seems a short time!
An editor putting to press the last issue for
which he is responsible can easily forget the
dead-line headaches, the last-minute rush for
fillers, and the errors that appear only when
the final copy has been returned by the printer.
I want to thank sincerely the assistant editors
and the Division officers, who cooperated so
willingly with me during the last three years in
making it possible to publish Chemical Literature
close to its schedule. My task was truly a
rewarding one and it was a pleasure to serve
In 1965, your new editor will be capable Mrs.
Ethaline Cortelyou. I wish her the best of luck
and continued cooperation from the Division's
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