Chemical Literature, Volume 4, Number 3, Fall 1952 Page: 1
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News Bulletin of the ACS Division of Chemical Literature
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FALL MEETING ABSTRACTS
IN THIS ISSUE
In accordance with our usual program to place a
set of abstracts of papers to be presented at
the next national meeting in the hands of members
and associates in time for them to plan to
attend the meeting, the abstracts of papers to
be presented in Atlantic City this September are
included in this issue. Thanks are due to Secretary
Charlotte Schaler and Program Chairman
T. E. R. Singer for their efforts in collecting
these abstracts in time to make this possible,
and to John C. Lane of the Georgia Tech Engineering
Experiment Station for providing the
necessary Vari-Typing for this material.
SUGGEST I ONS FOR FUTURE
The Program Committee, headed by T. E. R. Singer,
reports that it would like to receive offers of
papers for future meetings, suggestions as to
papers individuals would like to hear, suggestions
for symposia, etc. Pointing out that
this is the only way that members and associates
can hear the papers that they want, the
committee promises that all suggestions will
be given careful consideration by all its
It must be remembered, of course, that all
programs have to be scheduled far in advance, in
order to assure meetings that are well balanced
and papers that have been carefully considered.
For example, three symposia have already been
scheduled for the March, 1953, meeting to be
held in Los Angeles, and subjects for others
are being worked on for the meeting to be held
1in1the fall of 1953. Suggestions for symposia for
this latter meeting are hereby requested, as are
suggestions for the spring meeting of 1954.
Offers of individual papers are invited for the
March and September meetings of 1953 and the
Spring meeting of 1954.
:lhe Program Committee points out, of'course,
that the offer of a paper does not absolutely
guarantee its acceptance. The committee has inStituted
a rigorous program whereby all papers
are reviewed before they are presented, either
in the finished or the draft form, in order to
as8ure programs that accomplish the goals set.
Naturally, rejection of a paper does not in any
Way imply that it is not a good paper; it merely
B. H. Well . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Editor
Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories
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Bjorksten Research Laboratories
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Georgia Tech Engineering Experiment Station
T. E. R. Singer . ..... . Business Manager
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Adv isory Board
Robert S. Casey, Charlotte Schaler, E. J. Crane,
Norman C. Hill, Julian F. Smith
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means that it is not suitable for the particular
program under consideration.
If you have suggestions, won't you send them
to Mr. Singer, 535 Fifth Avenue, New York 17,
Volunteers at home and abroad are urgently
needed by the Division to serve as District
Membership Chairmen, according to Hanna Friedenstein,
chairman of the Division's Membership
Committee. While there are now more than 700
members and associates of the Division of Chemical
Literature, an increase in membership would
open up new opportunities to the Division.
Accordingly, whether you live in the United
States or abroad, won't you help the Division
in a special membership campaign? If you are
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