Chemical Literature, Volume 8, Number 2, Summer 1956 Page: 4
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of the reports presented at the
CONFERENCE ON SPECTROSCOPY
(Molecular, Atomic, Emission Analysis and
Descriptions of New Instruments)
in the BULLETIN of the
USSR Academy of Sciences
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Committee and the Division, and are herewith submitted
to the membership for action. Members only (not Associates)
are entitled to vote on these. Please use the
ballot found elsewhere in this issue, and mail it to the
Secretary of the Division.
In essence, these amendments eliminate the present
automatic succession, each year, of the Assistant
Secretary (elected the previous year) to the rank of
Secretary, and they make it possible for both Secretaries
to serve more than one term of office. These
changes, it is believed, will give the Division better
continuity of service, since the office of Secretary is the
focal point for Division business, and it seemed foolish
to eliminate good and willing Secretaries automatically
just as they have reached the point where their ex.,
perience can be best used.
Bylaw IV, Section 2. Duties of Officers ~
Renumber present Subsections (e) and (f) as Sub-.
sections (f) and (g), respectively, and insert as a new
(e) The Assistant Secretary shall perform such duties
of the Secretary as are specifically delegated and,
mutually agreed upon. ^
Bylaw IV, Section 3. Term of Office
Substitute the following two Subsections for Subsection
(c) and renumber Subsections (d), (e), and (f) as
Subsections (e), (f), and (g), respectively: -
(c) The term of office of the Secretary shall be two '
(d) The term of office of the Assistant Secretary
shall be two years, running concurrently with the term
of the Secretary.
NEWS AND COMMENTS
Personalities in the news are Irene M. Strieby, appointed
to the newly-created position of Library Consultant
for Eli Lilly and Company (where she has been head
of the library since 1934); Margaret E. Egan, formerly of
the faculty of the University of Chicago Graduate Library
School, who now has been appointed Research Associate
at the Western Reserve Center for Documentation and
Communication Research; Saul Herner and Robert S.
Meyer, formerly of Atlantic Research Corporation, who
have formed the firm, Herner, Meyer, and Company (2625
Eye Street, N. W., Washington 7, D. C.), to work in the
library and documentation fields; Madeline M. Berry,
formerly of the Department of the Army at Aberdeen,
Maryland, who has been appointed professional assistant
for scientific documentation on the staff of the National
Science Foundation's Office of Scientific Information;
and T. E. R. Singer and B. H. Weil, both of whom received
scrolls of appreciation at Dallas from the ACS
Division of Chemical Literature for their contributions
to the field of chemical literature.
* * *
M. G. Mellon, chairman of the Division of Chemical
Literature, has announced the appointment of the following
committee chairmen for 1956:
Program ...................... T. E. R. Singer
Bulletin ......................... B. H. Weil
Membership ................... Erna L. Gramse
Aids to Documentation .............. Allen Kent
Nominations ....................... W. Perry
Public Relations ................. Fred Bassett
Finance ...................... Madeline Berry
Communication of Information ........ B. H. Well
Operations Manual .......... Hanna Friedenstein
Preprint Photocopies ............... B. H. Weil
Will advise management and train personnel for research
and development groups establishing or improving
systems for processing, disseminating, and
retrieving scientific information and data.
Manual and machine documentation techniques in
development of chemical and pharmaceutical intelligence
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