Chemical Literature, Volume 3, Number 3, Fall 1951 Page: 1
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News Bulletin of the ACS Division of Chemical Literature
DIAMOND JUBILEE MEETING
TO ATTRACT MANY
Sessions of the Division of Chemical Literature at
the ACS Diamond Jubilee Meeting in New York,
September 4-7, are expected to attract record
attendance. Scheduled to be held at the Commodore
Hotel are five half-day sessions which include
symposia on mechanical aids to chemical documentation,
communication of chemical information, and
chemical nomenclature. In all, 33 papers will be
presented. Abstracts of these papers appear in
The business meeting of the Division is scheduled
for 4:40 P.M. on Tuesday, September 4. Its
luncheon has been arranged for 12: 10 P.M. on
Thursday, September 6; P. E. Verkade of the
Technische Hoogeschool of Delft, Holland, will be
TWes following 1950 members or associates of the
Division have apparently moved without leaving
forwarding addresses. If anyone knows their
present addresses, will they please contact Mr.
Pobert S. Casey, Secretary, ACS Division of ChemiCLiterature,
W. A. Sheaffer Pen Company, Fort
ADOMAITIS, Vyto A., 72 Mt. Vernon St., Boston 14, Mass.
HONIGRJ. C., c/o National Institute of Cleaning & Dyeing,
'^Silver Springs, Md.
&WICKI, Eugene, 1508 Merrimac St., Cincinnati 7, Ohio
ThEL., (Miss) L., 34 DeBary Place, Summit, N. J. (mail
f0rwardd but returned from 105 Park P1l. Charlotteville,
The chemical literature worker
Delves deep into journals and books,
But unless he is wise
His work testifies
To the references he overlooks;
Oh chemical literature worker,
Adrift on a deep sea of lore,
Take heed while you may
And go not astray,
For whatever you find, there is more.
B. H. Weil
B. H. Well .... . ..... ..... .Editor
Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories
J. W. Perry .. .......... .Associate Editor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Byron A. Soule ........... Business Manager
University of Michigan
John C. Lane . ..... ... . Advertising Manager
Georgia Tech Engineering Experiment Station
Mary Alexander, Robert S. Casey, M. P. Doss, M. M. Gill,
Margaret H. Graham, Frances Jenkins, A. B. Johnson,
Allen Kent, Melville Ravely, Julian F. Smith
Robert S. Casey, E. J. Crane, Norman C. Hill,
Julian F. Smith
Published quarterly by the Division of Chemical Literature
of the American Chemical Society. Editorial office: Ethyl
Corporation Research Laboratories, 1600 West Eight Mile
Road, Ferndale 20, Detroit, Michigan. Advertising and 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 secondclass
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.
VARI-TYPING HELP WANTED
Sometimes, a publication 'grows faster than its
britches." So far, this has not been the case with
Chemical Literature, but the seams are getting
tighter - not so much financially (thanks to advertisements)
as in regard to editorial time and
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1951 DIRECTORY ISSUE
This issue contains the 1951 directory of 4
members and associates of the Division of M
- Chemical Literature, as of July, 1951. This
directory should not be misused. Just as
for the national ACS directory, members and
associates should *not u.se this list for
" advertising or circularizing purposes, or
lend or sell it for that purpose."
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