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WL 30 1979
AUG 0 2 1979
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Knight-Ridder Newspapers (KRN) Inc. will launch
in 1980 a pilot test to assess U.S. consumer interest
in an electronic home information system. The
system will be called VIEWTRON. KRN has formed
a new subsidiary, Viewdata Corporation of America,
Inc., to administer the project.
Families participating in the test will be supplied
with special television sets adapted to make them
function as video display terminals. These sets will
permit users to call up on the screen a wide variety
of textual information useful in everyday life.
The information available on the screen will include
such material as local, national and international
news, weather information, sports results, calendars
of local information, lists of adult education courses,
product ratings, local movie, restaurant and theater
schedules, boating and fishing information and other
usefulact. project will also test advertising
applicat~.noft : computerized information bank.
This is aikadapation of the British viewdata concept
to the United. Skt aket.
Information avatilble to participants in the KRN
trial will be stored and updated in the new KRN
computer Binter in Miami. This center will be linked
to color video display terminals in the homes
through the existing telephone network.
The initial test will be conducted over six months
beginning in the late spring or summer of 1980.
The project had been in the planning and develop-
ment stage for two years and has included visits by
KRN staff members to England, France, Germany
and Japan to study systems similar to the one planned
The pilot project is expected to include 150 to 200
families in the Miami area. The cost to Knight-Ridder
over the next two years, will be around $1.3 million.
In order to learn as much as possible about interactive
home information systems, KRN is also participating
in the British Prestel market trial as a provider of
information. KRN is providing to Prestel a wide
range of information about Miami aimed primarily
at potential tourists. This includes information
about Miami's weather, geography, transportation,
medical services, fishing, outdoor sports, restaurants
and hotels, cruises, etc.
--Extracted from Knight-Ridder
Newspapers. Inc. News Release
TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
SCIENCE AND EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION
U.I. DEPARtMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
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VOL. 5, NO. 6 JUNE 1979
]ELTSVILLE. iviARYLAND 20705
1 n n v o or
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OASIS: OUTLOOK AND SITUATION INFORMATION SYSTEM
A New Agricultural Data Base
OASIS, prepared by Economics, Statistics, and Co-
operative Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
provides economic intelligence on the agricultural
sector to public and private decision makers. Included
in the system are data on major domestic commodities,
foreign production, U.S. and foreign trade, and
aggregate agricultural indicators, and, also means of
assessing and weighing the interactions between the
United States and foreign agricultural sectors, between
the various agricultural commodities, and between the
agricultural and nonagricultural sectors of the domestic
It contains an active subsystem for displaying tabular,
textual, and graphical information. Standard tables,
graphs, and texts may be intermixed with ad hoc
displays in a multitude of formats to provide full-scale
reports or briefs. Changes can be made at the last
minute and a polished product can still be provided.
Consequently, standard or highly tailored reports can
be produced to support outlook and situation work as
well as special analyses.
OASIS provides the nonexpert user with comprehensive
up-to-date reliable information. Data can be easily
retrieved, for use in calculations, equation estimation,
and model simulation. The software design allows
inexperienced users to produce readable tables, graphs,
and text output in standard formats. The system
tolerates errors in the sense that mistakes rarely destroy
previous work. Because it will provide instructions
when queried, OASIS acts partly as a teaching machine
to its users.
OASIS may be accessed at the Reference Branch,
TIS/SEA/USDA, Beltsville, Md. 20705; telephone
(301) 344-3704 and at the D.C. Branch Library
TIS/SEA/USDA, Room 1052 South Building,
Washington, D.C. 20250; telephone (201) 447-3434.
Non-USDA personnel may request OASIS services
through Charles Overton, ESCS/USDA, Room 206,
500 12th St., S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250.
--Extracted from "OASIS-An
Overview" in Agricultural Economics
.Risearch 30(3): 1-7, July 1978.
NAL FIELD. LIBRARY RECEIVES
DEPARTMENTAL HONOR AWARD
The Library Staff of the Pacific Southwest Forest
and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service,
Berkeley, California, received a Superior Service
award at the 33rd Honor Award Program, Wednesday,
May 23, 2979. The Award was given for "leader-
ship in establishing WESTFORNET, a 17-State
technical information network, providing service to
thousands of professional resource managers in the
Forest Service and cooperating Federal, State and
On hand to receive the award, presented by Secretary
Bergland on behalf of the library staff, was Theodor
B. Yerke, librarian of the PSW Station and coordina-
tor of the WESTFORNET program. The WESTFOR-
NET services now include seven Forest Service
regions and four research stations.
WORLD NEWS REPORT
United Press International has announced that UPI's
world news report will become available to owners of
home computers under an agreement between UPI
and Telecomputing Corporation of America of McLean,
UPl's full news report will be delivered at high speed
into a TCA computer at Silver Spring, Md. Home
computer users will be able to connect with the compult
by dialing a local telephone number in most cities in
the U.S. Once connected with the computer, the
home user will call out items of particular interest by
punching simple codes on a key pad.
TCA will also provide such services as electronic mail,
business packages and a library of 2,000 programs to
SCID AND EGERTON COLLEGE
IN NJORO, KENYA
Arlene E. Luchsinger
University of Georgia Libraries
The Southeastern Consortium for International
Development (SCID) (see ALIN 3(6):21) has signed a
contract with the government of Kenya to develop
and build a program to improve Egerton College,
Njoro, Kenya. Egerton College has about 800 students
from 13 African nations. The project, using $30
million funded by the Kenya government, is designed
to improve the curriculum in agriculture and veterinary
medicine. Selected faculty members from SCID
universities in the United States will participate in short-
or long-term assignments at Egerton College. The
SCID universities directly involved in the project are
Mississippi State University and Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University.
SHORT-TERM TEAM EXCHANGES UNDER THE US-USSR AGRICULTURAL AGREEMENTS
The US-USSR Agreement on Cooperation in the
Field of Agriculture was signed on June 19, 1973,
and renewed for a five-year period which began
June 1978. This is a government-to-government
exchange program administered by the U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture and the Soviet Minister of
Agriculture. The Agricultural Agreement is imple-
mented by a Joint Committee which meets annually,
chaired at the level of Assistant Secretary (Dr. Dale
E. Hathaway) and Deputy Minister (Dr. Boris A.
Runov). The Joint Committee consists of two Joint
Working Groups-the Working Group on Agricultural
Economic Research and Information and the Working
Group on Agricultural Research and Technological
Development. These groups are primarily responsible
for formulating programs for cooperative work under
the terms of the Agreement. In turn, each Working
Group has four project areas. Economic Working
Group project areas include: Economic Information
Exchange; Agribusiness, Forecasting; and Library
Exchange. Under the Research and Technology
Working Group, the four project areas are: Plant,
Soil and Animal Sciences and Mechanization.
A primary objective under the Agricultural Agreement
is to establish and maintain contacts with a wide
range of Soviet institutions and specialists through
short-term exchange visits of teams.of specialists and
scientists to study agricultural economics and research
and technology. Soviet interests and possible directions
for their own agriculture are indicated by the types of
teams they have sent. Members of U.S. teams represent
a research resource for researchers on Soviet agriculture.
In some cases these teams have prepared published
reports. Information on the composition of U.S. teams
and reports is available from the office of David
Schoonover, Director, Centrally Planned Economics
Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, United States
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250,
For details on areas of joint work see Newsletter for
Research on Soviet & East European Agriculture,
no. 1, Feb. 1979.
TO HOST AGRICOLA ONLINE COURSE
The Technical Information Systems, Science and Education Administration
is sponsoring a five-day workshop to train librarians and information
specialists in the utilization of its AGRICOLA bibliographic data base
in an online mode. Charles L. Gilreath, who compiled the CAIN ONLINE
USERS MANUAL, will teach the course with the aid of terminal instructors.
The course will be held July 30-August 3 at the Illini Union Building,
University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL.
Twenty persons will be accepted in the course. Applicants must be profes-
sional librarians or information specialists with advanced academic degrees.
The course is introductory to the use of AGRICOLA; no prior terminal ex-
perience is required. The course will provide extensive lecture, exercise,
and terminal experience with commercial systems offering AGRICOLA. All
equipment, manuals and instructions will be provided. Persons wishing to
attend the course should submit their names on letterhead stationery by
July 20 to:
Reference Branch, TIS
National Agricultural Library
Beltsville, Maryland 20705
Please indicate in letter which of the three systems--Lockheed, Systems
Development Corporation, or Bibliographic Retrieval Service is of most
Emergency telephone reservations, or inquiries, may be made by calling
(301) 344-3834. Registrants will be responsible for their lodging, meals,
and transportation. A LIST OF LODGINGS WILL BE SENT TO REGISTRANTS.
The titles listed below are owned by the Library; those lacking call numbers have not yet been cataloged.
The foreign, as well as domestic titles are available from the Library through loan or photocopy.
quaculture and Hydroponics: 1968-1978. Charles N.
debee. Beltsville, Md., U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,
science and Education Administration, Technical In-
ormation Systems, 1979. 71 p. (Bibliographies and
Literature of Agriculture, BLA-2). Limited number
Af free copies available. Send self-addressed mailing
,abel to Reference Branch, Room 302, NAL Bldg.,
1TlS/SEA/USDA, Beltsville, Md. 20705. Automatically
distributed to depository libraries. For sale (S3.50)
-from Superintendent of Documents, Wash. D.C. 20402.
Qbliography of Nematodes of Citrus. (Supplement to
IRS-S-68. Oct. 1975.) 11 p. March 1979. Science
and Education Administration, U.S. Department of
Agriculture. Send requests to: U.S. Horticultural
Research Laboratory, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando,
0Deuteromycetes and Selected Ascomycetes That Occur
on or in Wood: An Indexed Bibliography. General
'Technical Report FPL 24. 1979. 165 p. Forest
Products Laboratory Forest Service. U.S. Department
'of Agriculture, Madison, Wisconsin. Send requests to:
Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, U.S.
lDepartment of Agriculture, P.O. Box 5130, Madison,
'Population Dyiamics of the Gypsy Moth: An Annotated
I Bibliography. June 1978. 124 p. N.E. Forest Service
General Technical Report, N.E.--48. Send requests
to: Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
i Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 370 Reed
Road, Broomall, Pdhnsylvania 19008.
Clearance has been granted to compile the following
, Big Game, Birds, Herps and Fish. Collier Bevins. For
information contact: U.S. Forest Service, Intermountain
Forest and Range Experiment Station, Northern
Forest Fire Laboratory, Drawer G, Missoula, Montana
Small Mammals and Preditors. Dr. Catherine H. Ream
U.S. Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range
Experiment Station, Northern Forest Fire Laboratory,
Drawer G, Missoula, Montana 59806.
Impact of Backcountry Recreationists on Wildlife.
Dr. Catherine H. Ream. For information contact:
U.S. Forest Service, Ifitermountain Forest and Range
Experiment Station, Forest Sciences Laboratory,
Drawer G, Missoula, Montana 59806.
QUICK BIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES
The bibliographies in this series are primarily computerized
online or batch bibliographies emanating from searches performed
by the TIS Reference Staff in response to customer requests.
Searches are selected for inclusion based on the currency of the
topic. interest among clientele, relative length (approximately
150 citations or more) and probable value to a larger audience.
All titles in this series will be listed for four months. Revisions
or updates will be renumbered and reannounced. Only one copy
of a title wil be sent; however, requestors may make copies. To
request a copy of a Quick Bibliography send the title, series
number, and a return addressed label to:
Technical Information Systems. SEA. USDA
National Agricultural Library Building
Belftsile, MD 20705
NAL -- BIBL. -- 79-0I.Animal Scabies, 1969-
197& 206 citations from AGRICOLA. Search by
I. Jesse OstroTff. January 1979.
NAL -- BIBL. -- 79-02. Hydroponics and Soilless
Cultures, 1969-May 1978. 131 citations from AGRICOLA.
Search by Henry Gilbert. February 1979.
NAL -- BIBL. -- 79-03. U.S. "Small Farms and Farmers,
1969-November 197& 127 citations from AGRICOLA.
Search by David Hoyt. January 1979.
(Continued on page 6, col. 1)
(Continued from page 5, col 2)
NAL -- BIBL -- 79-04. Irrigation Scheduling. 1969-
November 1978. 183 citations from AGRICOLA.
Search by Jayne MacLean. January 1979.
NAL -- BIBL -- 79-05. Mulches, 1969-November 197&
303 citations from AGRICOLA. Search by Ruth Pyne.
NAL -- BIBL -- 79-06. Consumer Issues, Problems,
and Awareness, 1969-November 197& 217 citations
from AGRICOLA. Search by David Hoyt. March 1979.
NAL -- BIBL -- 79-07. Water Pollution from
Agricultural Lands. 227 citations from AGRICOLA
Search by David Hoyt. March 1979.
NAL-- BIBL -- 79-08. Aquatic Weeds. 1974-
September 1978. 366 citations from AGRICOLA.
Search by Jayne MacLean and Charles N. Bebee.
NAL -- BIBL. -- 79-09. Contagious Equine
Metritis. 1972-1978. 37 citations from AGRICOLA.
Search by 1. Jesse Ostroff. April 1979.
NAL -- BIBL -- 79-10. Herb Gardening, 1970-
197& 112 citations from AGRICOLA. Search by
Jayne MacLean and Ann Juneau. April 1979.
NAL -- BIBL -- 79.11. Floras of Asia, 1969-1978.
182 citations from AGRICOLA. Search by Ann
Juneau. April 1979.
NAL -- BIBL -- 79-12. Water Resource Allocation,
1968-1978. 296 citations from AGRICOLA. Search
by Jayne MacLean. April 1979.
NAL -- BIBL. -- 79-13. Beekeeping and Apiculture.
Monographs and Bibliographies, 1970-1978. 114
citations from AGRICOLA. Search by David Hoyt.
Food Safety Policy: Scientific and Societal Considera-
tions. Part 2 of a Two-Part Study. Panel II, Food Safety
Regulation and Societal Impact, Committee for a Study
on Saccharin and Food Safety Policy; Institute of
Medicine, National Academy of Sciences; and Assembly
of Life Sciences, National Research Council (Committee
for a Study on Saccharin and Food Safety Policy,
March 1,1979; 594 p.; available from National Techni-
cal Information Service, Springfield, Va. 22161;
PB 292 069).
International Agricultural Librarianship: Continuity
and Change. Edited by Alan Fusonie and Leila Moran.
Proceedings of an International Symposium held at the
National Agricultural Library November 4, 1977.
Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 128 p.
ISBN 0-313-20640-6. S18.85
Merchants of Grain. Dan Morgan. New York, Viking,
1979. 387 p. 514.95.
Plant Genetics Resources-Conservation and Use.
National Plant Genetic Resources Board, USDA.
March 1979. Free. Limited number of copies available
from Charles F. Lewis, Executive Secretary, Room 307A,
Bldg. 005, SEA-AR, USDA, Beltsville, Md. 20705.
Sheep Breeding. Editors: G. J. Tomes, D. E. Robertson
and R. J. Lightfoot. Revised by: W. Haresign. 2nd
Edition, Woburn, MA, Butterworths, 1979, 576 p.
(Studies in the Agricultural and Foods Sciences Series),
Contemporary topics in polymer science. New York,
London, Plenum Press, v. I, 1978 QF380.C68
Environment internationaL Oxford, New York,
Pergamon Press. v. 1, no. 1/2, 1978 '- TD169.E54
Formulary of paints and other coatings. New York,
Chemical Pub. Co., v. 1, 1978 TP934.F6
Theoretical chemistry. New York, Academic Press,
v.4, 1978 QD455.T49
Shludge magazine. Silver Spring, Md., Publishers
v. I, no. 1, Jan./Feb. 1978 TD767.S59
Technical Information Systems reviews titles before translations are made in order to avoid duplication within USDA. We
also receive copies on deposit often far in advance of their listings in the standard bibliographic tools. This column is an
alert to selected new receipts at TIS. These items are available to USDA personnel upon presentation of a loan request
(AD-245) with the identification: TRANS. No. __ along with the citation. Non-USDA persons may request
photo-duplication at the rate of $2 for each 10 pages or fraction thereof per citation. TRANS. No. MUST be
on the request. Both types of requests should be sent to:
Lending Division, Technical Information Systems
National Agricultural Library Building
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Beltsville, Maryland 20705
The Technical Translation Number will also be cited for those translations prepared for the U.S. Department of Agriculture
and the National Science Foundation under the P.L 480 program. Copies of these translations may also be ordered from
the National Translation Center, John Crerar Library, 35 West 33rd Street, Chicago, IL 60616.
BALOVNEV, V. 1. and V. N. SHKRYL'. Study of the
Operation of Moldboards With Intensifications. Trans-
lated from Russian: Stroitelihye i Dorozhnye
Mashiny. 4:24-26,1978;. TRANS. No. 24122.
DZHUMAKULOV, S. B. Influence of the Protective
Hood of the Rotary Tiller Rotor on the Indices of
Operation of a Rotary Cultivator. Translated from
Russian: Mekhanizatsii Khlopkovodstva. 6(212)
4-5, 1977. TRANS. No. 24119.
.GOLUBKOV, V. I. Infection of Dogs and Kittens With
Sarcocystis From Chickens and Ducks. Translated
from Russian: Veterinaria. 77(1) 55-56, 1979.
TRANS. No. 24227.
KAZIMIROVV. A. Elements of the Theory of Furrow
Formation by Means of a Double-Disk Soil Opener
For Starter Application of Fertilizers. Translated
from Russian: Oroshaemoe Zemledelie L
Ovoshchevodstvo Otkrutogo Grunta, V. N. Chichkin
idrugit 125-131, 1977. TRANS.No. 24126.
KORN, G. and W. MATTHAEUS. Federal Research
Institution for Virus Diseases of Animals. Swine-
Fever Disease as a Virus Induced Disorder of the
Enzyme System: On the Pathogenicity of
Suspensions of the Normal Pancreas and of
Chymotrypsin (Ogen). Translated from German:
Zbl. Bakt. Hyg. 238(l) 20-34. TRANS. No. 23965.
KRAVCHENKO, V. 1. et al. Methods of Determining
The Degree of Compaction of Soil by Machines.
Translated from Russian: Mekhanizatsiya i
Elektrifikatsiya Sotsialisticheskogo SeLskogo
Khozyaistva. 5: 26-28, 1977. TRANS. No. 24132.
NABATYAN, M. P. and D. V. POLOGIKII. Evaluation
of Operation of Openers in Terms of Residual Soil
Deformation. Translated from: Mekhanizatisya i
Elektrifikatsiya Sotsialisricheskogo Sel'skogo
Khozyaistva. 5:54, 1978. TRANS. No. 24127.
OGRYZKOV, E. P. and V. E. OGRYZKOV. Physical
Basis of Stability of Path of Flat Cutting Sweeps
In the Longitudinal-Vertical Plane. Translated
from Russian: Sibirskii Vestnik Sel kokhozyai-
stvennoiNauki 4:65-71, 1977. TRANS.No.
SEKI, T., and H. KANNO. Synchronized Control of
Early Life in the Abalone, Halitois Discus Hannai
INO, Haliotidae, Gastropoda. Translated from
Japanese: Tohokuku Suisan Kenkyujo Kenkyu
Hokoku. TRANS. No. 24080.
SHEININ, N. E. Geometrical Analysis of Working
Tools With Horizontal Generatrices. Translated
from Russian: Mekhanizatsiya i Elektrifikatsiva
Sotsialisticheskogo Sel'skogo Khozyaistva. 5: 53-55,
1977. TRANS. No. 24135.
YAMANAKA, H., et al. Studies on the Residue of
Sulfur Dioxide and the Production of Formalde-
hyde in the Prawn Treated With Sodium Bisulfite.
Translated from Japanese: Bulletin of the
Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries.
43(1) 115-120(1977). TRANS. No. 24085.
YANO, I. and Y. OGAWA. Effects of Light,
Temperature and Hydrostatis Pressure on Vertical
Distribution of Abalone Larvae, Haliotis gigantea.
Translated from Japanese: Bulletin of the Tokai
Research Laboratory. 91, Oct. 1977. TRANS.
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JA- 29-Aug. 1: RESOURCE-CONS7RAINED
ECONOMIES: THE NORTH AIIERIC4N DILEMMA
SOIL CONSER VA 770N SOCIETY OF AMERIC."
34th Annual Meeting Ottawa, Canada. Contact: SCS,
7515 Northeast Ankeny Road. Ankeny. Iowa 50021.
Aguar 5-40 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY.
CROP SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN. SOIL
SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA. Joint Annual
Meeting, Fort Collins, CO Contact: Bob Furbee, Public
Relations Manager, ASA Headquarters 677 South Segoe
Road, Madison, WI 53711 (608-274-212)
August 5-12: 9th ItVTERNA 77TIONAL CONGRESS
OF PLANT PROTECTION. Washington, D.C.
Contact: James G. Horsfall, Connecticut Agricultur-a
Experiment Station, Box 1106, New Haven, CT 06504.
August 19-24: URBAN & REGIONAL INFORMATION
SYSTEMS ASSOXA TION CONFERENCE. Contact:
Lee P. Johnston, URISA Conference Program Chairnman,
823 Monticello Drive, Eacondido, CA 92025.
August 27-31: 27TIH CONGRESS OF THE
LNTERNA I7ONAL UNION OF PURE AND
APPLIED OIEMFSTRY. Helsinki, Finland.
Spqasor: International i Uo of Pure and Appled
Chemistry, Oxford (UK). Contact: Dr. J. Larinkad.
Kenman Keskudlitto, P.O. Box 13028, Fabianinkatu,
SF-00131, Helbin 13, Finland.
October 2-4: GRAIN DUST-ITS CHARACTER-
ISTIC, EXPlCSOILTY. HAZARD CONTROL.
AND UTLIZA TION-WHERE WE ARE AND WHERE
WE ARE GOING. Kansa State Umivermty. Contact
Byron S Miller, U.S. Gram Marketing Research
Laboratory, 1515 Colege Aw., Manhattan, Kansas
66502 (913) 539-9141.
October 3-5: FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON VERY LARGE DATA BASES. Rio de Janeiro.
Contact: Mr. R. J. Libero, IBM do BIal, Caixa Postal,
1830-ZC-00, Rio de Jancio-RJ-20.000, Brail; or
Professor Stanley Y.W. S, Dept of Computer and
Information Sciences, Univ. of Florida, 512 Wel Hall,
Gaineule, FL 32611.
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men. Inf.: E F. Robie, SAF, 5400 G .no Lowe,
Washingta, D.C. 20014.
October J5-17: FORESTRY RESOURCEAMD
DEVELOPMENT VIN THE AMERICA SYMOaUMM
Sponsor: Intersciemca Association, bNa uo Comm
of Scientific and Tghnological Readah of Cot MRiS::mIs
Asociation of the Scientific, Te ad ':m
Engineering Community of Canada. Contact: TeIcaiat
coordinatorse, Gerardo Budowski of CATIE, TluriaMi ,I
Costa Rica or Jack Hodgins, Da[mari ha, Smea
Quebec, Canada, for further infonmaion.
November 1979: INTERNA 770TIONAL SYMPOSAUN W
THE STERILEINSECT TECNIQUEAJD E171W i
OF RADA TION IN GENETIC INSECT COWNROL
Contact: John H. Kane, DOE, MS Al-5216, WaSi-
ton, D.C. 20545 (COMM 3t1-353-3378)
Nov. 15-16: NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SMO. "
CONSER VA TION PIOLIES Wadingto, DjC.
Contact: Sail C omnafin Society of America, 7515I
Northemast Ankeny Road, Akeny, Iowa 50021.
Nobmber 25-29: ENTOMOLOGICAL SIETDWYV
AMERICA ANNUAL MEETS .,Jem, CO. 0
Gen. Inf: W. P. Mlmda, ESA. 4B03 Ca~uint Ra
allege Park, MD 20740.
Abrc 3-7: 17m hrwManinmdAsociki OfApS-
Manila, Rlmn-es1 Contact: National flanin i
Connmittee, 6th lAAID Wodd Coagress c/o The
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