Chemical Literature, Volume 4, Number 2, Summer 1952 Page: 1
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
FALL PROGRAM TO FEATURE Vol. 4 Summer, 1952 No. 2
SYMPOSIA ON LITERATURE
S Y M P S I A O N I E B. H. Weil . ................ .. Editor
I N S P E C I F I C F I E L D S Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories
Sessions of the Division of Chemical Literature
at the Fall meeting of the American Chemical
Society will feature symposia on the literature
of plastics, textile chemistry, food chemistry,
and abstracting, according to T. E. R. Singer,
chairman of the Program Committee.
The symposium on the literature of plastics
will be under the chairmanship of Dr. G. M. Kline
of the Bureau of Standards, and will be cosponsored
by the Divisions of High Polymer Chemistry
and Pain , Varnish, and Plastics Chemistry.
Dr. Julian F. Smith, chairman of the Division,
will conduct the symposium on the literature of
textile chemistry, which will be co-sponsored by
the Division of Cellulose Chemistry.
The symposium on the literature of food chemistry,
arranged by Dr. E. C. Stewart of the
Schwarz Laboratories, will be co-sponsored by
the Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Robert P. Ware has arranged the symposium on
'According to Mr. Singer, papers on the following
subjects have been definitely scheduled:
classification of patents at the R. C. A. Laboratories,
by H. G. Dyke; translation problems
in French, German, and Italian, by H. G. Fischbach;
available standards, by Robert P. Ware;
the literature of the essential oils, by W. P.
Leidy; O. T. S. publications - indexes and other
Sides to their use, by J. C. Green and Lorna
F* Lederman; the annual surveys, with a bibliOgraphy,
by J. A. MacWatt; preparation of lantern
slides, by B. A. Jones; survey of the literature
heeds of scientists, by S. Herner; and differences
in the systems of alphabetization in some
foreign languages, by E. van Haagen. One or two
additional papers have been tentatively scheduled.
The Program Committee has also scheduled a
tOund-table discussion on the future of the
Division of Chemical Literature, which probably
*ill be conducted by Robert S. Casey, J. W. Perry,
Julian F. Smith, and B. H. Well. This will be
followed directly by the business meeting.
J. W. Perry ............. Associate Editor
Bjorksten Research Laboratories
John C. Lane ..... Assistant Editor
Georgia Tech Engineering Experiment Station
T. E. R. Singer ..... Business Manager
Margaret H. Graham . ....... Advertising Manager
Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories
Mary Alexander, Madeline M. Berry, Robert S. Casey,
M. P. Doss, D. H. Ewen, M. M. Gill, Frances Jenkins,
A. B. Johnson, Allen Kent, Melville Ravely,
Gertrude Schutze, Lois M. Skinner, Julian F. Smith
Robert S. Casey, Charlotte Schaler, E. J. Crane,
Norman C. Hill, Julian F. Smith
Published quarterly by the Division of Chemical Literature
of the American Chemical Society. Editorial and advertising
office: Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories, 1600 West
Eight Mile Road, Ferndale 20, Detroit, Michigan. Publication
office: Georgia Tech Engineering Experiment Station, 225 North
Ave., N. W., Atlanta, Georgia. Subscription price to Division
members and associates (part of $1 and $2 per year dues,
respectively), $0. 30 per year. Entered as second-class matter
at the post office in Atlanta, Georgia. Acceptance for mailing
at special rate of postage provided for by Section 34.40,
Postal Laws and Regulations.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NOTES
By MADELINE BERRY
The Executive Committee of the Division of Chemical
Literature met on Wednesday, March 26, at
the Hotel Lenox in Buffalo. Those present were:
Chairman, J. F. Smith; Miss Charlotte Schaler;
T. E. R. Singer; M. P. Doss; B. H. Weil; E. J.
Crane; Robert Casey; J. W. Perry; M. G. Mellon;
Walter Murphy; Robert Ware; and M. M. Berry.
The reports of the various officers, which
had been distributed to the Executive Committee
in advance of the meeting, were individually
commented upon and accepted.
Secretary' s Report: Current membership is 659,
including 26 members and 3 associates who paid
dues at the Buffalo meeting. A membership list
has been prepared for use by Chemical Literature,
and more work is being done on the file based on
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Periodical.
American Chemical Society. Division of Chemical Literature. Chemical Literature, Volume 4, Number 2, Summer 1952, periodical, Summer 1952; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc5770/m1/1/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .