Chemical Literature, Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 1959 Page: 2
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
The Executive Committee of the Division of
Chemical Literature met in Boston on Sunday evening,
April 5, with Hanna Friedenstein, Chairman, presiding.
Seven members of the Executive Committee and 13
committee representatives and other officers of the
Division were present.
Considerable time was spent in discussing
the recommendations of the committees concerned with
program planning. James Perry's committee is studying
the problem in its entirety and is considering the following
five aspects: the general purpose of the Division
programs from the point of view of greatest service to
members, the type of subject material, the organization
of the program committee, the methods of conducting
the sessions, and the subsequent publication of the
papers presented. The committee is to meet further
before presenting their final recommendations for a basic
plan for the Division's programs. The Committee on
Presentation of Papers, headed by David Collins,
consulted other ACS divisions as well as other scientific
societies on their handling of this problem. This
committee believes it has completed the task assigned
it and is preparing a summay of their findings. Gerald
Jahoda's committee will continue their review of general
papers. Any comments from the membership will be
welcomed by Prof. James W. Perry, Western Reserve
University. Such comments will be most useful to the
Program Planning Committee is drawing up their
Herman Skolnik, Chairman of the Publications
Committee, has made good progress in negotiations
with the American Chemical Society regarding the issue
of an *Advances in Chemical Documentation" series as
a publication outlet for the Division's papers. It has
not yet been decided that the ACS will sponsor this
publication, but it is being given their thoughtful consideration.
In the meantime, the Photocopy Service has
proved useful as well as a financial success in distributing
copies of the papers presented at the meetings.
BOSTON MEETING PAPERS
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