• A. F. Spilhaus Jr.


Nominating committees for each of the sections and for the union are now beginning their work. For the union a president-elect, general secretary, and foreign secretary must be elected. The president-elect will serve in that capacity for the July 1, 1976, through June 30, 1978, term and as president for the following two-year term. The term of the general secretary is two years and that of the foreign secretary four years; the incumbents are eligible for reelection to these two positions.

The union nominating committee is C.B. Raleigh, chairman, M.B. McElroy, and R.A. Freeze. They would welcome suggestions from the membership.