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Minutes of the meetings of the Indiana Academy of Science 2000.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Indiana University East, Richmond 14 April 2000

President Ruth Howes called the meeting to order at 1:05 PM in Room 200C of the Whitewater Building. Members present: Robert Dale, Edward Frazier, Ruth Howes, Marion Jackson, Duvall Jones, Nelson Shaffer, and Robert Waltz.

The minutes of the Executive Committee meeting on 4 November 1999 held at the University of Southern Indiana were approved. The tentative agenda for this meeting were approved. Frazier moved that funds for the IAS Newsletter be budgeted under those for the Publications Committee. Passed unanimously. No known progress on finding a new IAS Proceedings Editor.

Howes had previously mailed to the Executive Committee and other participants in the IAS Planning Retreat the final summary of that retreat (held 18-19 February 2000 at St. Mary-of-the-Wood College), in which responses to several earlier e-mail versions were considered. She also distributed three "Action Items for the Executive Committee from the Planning Retreat," action on the first (#1) of which was handled above by Frazier's motion. Item #2 was that the Executive Committee recommend that the Council direct the Academy Foundation Committee to move assets within the Wright Fund to meet the needs of the research budget presented in the Report of the Planning Retreat. This item was agreed to unanimously.

In lieu of item #3, Frazier moved that the Executive Committee recommend to the IAS Council and the membership that not more than $15,000 per year for a period not to exceed five years be transferred from the Foundation Invested Income Account to the Academy Operating Fund. Passed unanimously.

Since Frank Guthrie, Chair, Academy Foundation Trustees, could not attend this meeting, Shaffer entered for the record Guthrie's e-mail personal comments of 12 April 2000 indicating that the five goals presented from the IAS Planning Retreat are "overly optimistic and often very unrealistic." Guthrie also indicated that the Academy Foundation Trustees did not support item #3, which led to Frazier's above motion.

New Business: Howes appointed Marianna J. Zamlauski-Tucker to the Research Grants Committee for one year in lieu of Anne Spacie. Shaffer reported that Robert Howe will serve on this committee this year but not next year. Howes appointed Tracy Branam to succeed Howe.

Shaffer reported that 39 state agencies have come together to coordinate GIS studies, funded through the state agencies. He recommended that President Howes write an IAS commendatory letter to the Chair on this much-needed effort. There is another GIS meeting on 20 April 2000, and Howes appointed Ed Squiers and Robert Waltz to represent IAS at this meeting.

Another item of discussion from the IAS Planning Retreat was to change Article VI, Section 3 of the IAS Constitution on the constituency of the Executive Committee to delete the Editor of the Proceedings and to add the Chairs of the Academy Foundation Committee and the Research Grants Committee. After a brief discussion Frazier moved that the first sentence in Article VI, Section 3 be changed to read, "The Executive Committee of The Academy shall consist of the current elected officers, the immediate past president, and the chairs of the Academy Foundation Committee and Research Grants Committee." Passed unanimously. (Note that the Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of The Academy by an affirmative vote of three-fourths of the members in attendance and voting, provided that the amendment has been submitted to the membership at the previous regular meeting, or by mail, at least 30 days prior to the date on which the amendment is presented for adoption and that it has been approved by the Council .)

Frazier distributed and reviewed the IAS Account Summary from 1 January to 15 April 2000, as well as the account for the 1999 Fall meeting and those for each of the previous Fall meetings back to 1991. He pointed out that the expenses for the 1999 Fall meeting were $1,462 over the income, which is about average except when the meetings are held at Purdue or Indiana Universities, when the loss is closer to $10,000. Squiers moved that Frazier be commended for an understandable budget presentation. Passed unanimously.

Dale congratulated President Howes for her excellent summary of the IAS Planning Retreat 18-19 February 2000.

Howes terminated the meeting at 2:00 PM.

COUNCIL MEETING

Indiana University East, Richmond

14 April 2000

President Ruth Howes opened the meeting at 2:05 PM by asking Council members for a standing introduction.

Members present in addition to those listed for the Executive Committee meeting: James Berry, Stan Burden, Dick Conklin, David Daniell, Kris Dhawale, William Gommel, Nils Johansen, Richard Kjonaas, George Mourad, Holly Oster, Donald Ruch, Damian Schmelz, Ed Squiers, Dan Webster and Terry West.

Webster moved that the minutes of the Council meeting held 4 November 1999 at the University of Southern Indiana be approved as duplicated and mailed. Passed unanimously.

Agenda for this meeting were approved.

Frazier distributed his IAS Account Summary 1 January-15 April 2000, the IAS 1999 Year End Financial Report, and the Financial Report on the 1999 Fall Meeting at the University of Southern Indiana, reviewing them briefly.

Waltz, Chair of the Audit Committee, reported that the financial records of IAS were examined on 31 March 2000 and appear to be fair and accurate.

Shaffer reported that Gary Dolph could not be here, and distributed his report. Dolph has authorized printing of Vol. 106 (3-4) of the Proceedings, and it will appear soon. He has 14 articles in various states of review and plans to put them alt in Vol. 107 (1-4). Volume 108 (1-4) will be on the Grand Calumet Basin; but because of some difficulties, it has taken eight months of editing time. No information is available on the search for a new Proceedings Editor.

President-Elect Squiers proposed three methods of increasing our IAS membership: (I) encourage more graduate student thesis presentations at the Fall meetings rather than at national meetings, (2) encourage state scientific agencies to participate in the Fall meetings, and (3) work on a mobile IAS display for appearances at HASTI and other science and teaching meetings in the state.

Howes presented the items from the Planning Retreat for action by the Council.

Gommel moved to approve the first (I) action item, seconded by Frazier, although there was discussion and minor editing on #1, 4, and 5:

I. The Council of the Indiana Academy of Science sets the following goals for the Academy during the next five years:

(1.) Indiana Academy of Science will be identified as a respected voice of science in Indiana. (2.) The majority of working scientists in Indiana will be members of IAS. (3.) Indiana Academy of Science will actively promote science and science education from Kindergarten to graduate school and in informal science-based activities like museums. (4.) Indiana Academy of Science will promote all research in science, but especially that particularly relevant to the State of Indiana. For example, this includes such activities as studying flora and fauna native to the state or studying the state's geology or climate. (5.) Indiana Academy of Science will be recognized as a non-partisan source of advice on issues with scientific content by state agencies, the legislature and the executive branch of state government. The Academy will take positions on issues which clearly impact the health of science in Indiana while avoiding taking issues on political issues.

The motion was approved unanimously.

II. Research grant recipients will be ineligible for further funding if a satisfactory scientific record describing previously funded research is not on file.

III. The Council directs the Research Grants Committee to develop guidelines for highly competitive Wright Grants following the model presented in the report of the Planning Retreat.

Squiers moved to approve action items II and III, seconded by Waltz, and the motion passed.

Since Council action items IV and V were negated by the preceding Executive Committee meeting, Frazier moved that the IAS Council recommend to the membership that not more than $15,000 per year for a period not to exceed five years be transferred from the Foundation Invested Income Account to the Academy Operating Fund. Seconded by Waltz and approved.

Frazier also presented his motion to change IAS Constitution Article VI, Section 3 on the membership of the Executive Committee. (See Executive Committee minutes.) Passed.

Schmelz, IAS member on the 12-person Natural Resources Commission, distributed his report. NRC sets policy for the Department of Natural Resources, the most controversial issue being the disposal of coal combustion wastes in strip mine pits.

Kjonaas distributed his report as the IAS representative to the AAAS. There were only 20 delegates at the National Association of Academies of Science, and most were the Executive Directors of their respective state academies of science. The workshop was "Will Kansas be cloned?" and several key strategies were discussed to ensure acceptance of teaching evolution in the public school science curriculum. The cost of his trip to Washington was greater than that budgeted by IAS, and Gommel moved that the difference in costs be paid to Kjonaas. Passed.

Gommel reported two deaths of IAS members since the annual meeting, Alton Lindsey and Robert Brooker, both obituaries printed in the March 2000 IAS Newsletter. The deaths of two other members were reported at the meeting, Herman Wells, IU, and Elmer Nussbaum, Taylor University. Gommel also reminded all members to send him, Shaffer, or Oster their resumes and any member obituaries they see.

Frazier reported on Frank Guthrie's comments on Howes' report on the Planning Retreat. See Executive Committee minutes.

Mourad thanked Claire Chatot, previous Chair of the Research Grants Committee, for a smooth transition, and reported 23 of 43 research proposals funded. Research proposals are read, rated, and funding amounts suggested by each of all five members; and it is difficult to do this in a few weeks. He recommended that the deadline for receipt of the proposals be moved from 3/15 to 3/1 and from 9/15 to 9/1.

Webster requested nominations for awards ASAP.

Ruch reported IAS funds for the Biological Survey are being used by Ron Hellenthal to load data into the Indiana Biological Survey Biodiversity Data Model, there will be a Biological Survey meeting in May 2000, and a workshop on mushrooms at the Fall meeting. The first printing of the flier on exotic plants and the replacement plants has been exhausted.

Oster reported there are no new initiatives in the 2000 budget preparation year and no new money for the IAS Proceedings. She has a growing file of resumes and pictures of IAS members. The Academy archives will stay at the State Library.

Dhawale reported all rooms at IUE reserved for the Fall meeting and anticipates no problem with receiving abstracts in electronic formats.

Conklin asked for nominations for President, Secretary, and Research Grants Committee. Appointments have been made for Howe and Spacie, but we need a replacement for Steven Perrill.

Daniell reported the IAS meetings in 2001 will be at IU-PU Fort Wayne, but as yet we do not have a definite location for 2002.

Jones distributed and reviewed a draft report, "Help for Science Mentors," to stop the decline in IAS Youth Activities and focusing on the need for more science mentors.

Shaffer requested that IAS work with a GIS group running out of IUPUI for coordination, Howes and Shaffer to write a letter of support, and Squiers and Waltz to represent IAS at the next GIS group meeting 4/20/2000.

Berry reported the deadline for the next newsletter is June 1.

Jackson reported the IU Press is reprinting "Natural Heritage of Indiana."

Meeting adjourned at 5:25 PM.

Most IAS Council members and guests then met at the Carver's Family Restaurant for dinner at 5:45 PM. After dinner, Professor Jon Branstrator, Earlham College, lectured on "Oceans, Ice, Agriculture, Industry and Economic Development - Richmond's Environmental History," and then described the three tours planned to begin at 9:00 AM on Saturday morning: #1--Hayes Regional Arboretum on the east side of Richmond; #2--Cope Environmental Center; #3--A 4-mile hike down the Whitewater River Gorge. Jon and Peggy Branstrator, Neil Sabine, and Mary Ann Morse led these interesting tours. People on the Whitewater Gorge tour found many fossils, such as horn corals, 500-million years old. Thanks to our IUE hosts and Earlham volunteers for a wonderful two days.

Respectfully Submitted, Robert F. Dale, Secretary

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Indiana University East, Richmond

2 November 2000

President Ruth Howes called the meeting to order at 1:15 PM in the Community Room of the Whitewater Building, I.U. East, Richmond, Indiana.

Members present: James Berry, Robert Dale, Gary Dolph, Edward Frazier, Uwe Hansen, Walter Hasenmueller, Ruth Howes, Marion Jackson, Duvall Jones, Bill McKnight, Holly Oster, Edwin Squiers, Nelson Shaffer, and Terry West.

The minutes of our Executive Committee meeting on 4 April 2000 held at I.U. East were approved. The tentative agenda for this meeting were approved.

As the first item of his Publications Committee report, McKnight moved that Jim Berry of Butler University be named Editor, Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science. Approved unanimously. McKnight also recommended that Gary Dolph be commended for his 10 years service as Editor of the Proceedings. Approved unanimously. He then moved that Uwe Hansen be named Editor of the IAS Newsletter, and that Jim Berry be thanked for his current and past service as Editor of the newsletter. Passed unanimously. Dolph delivered a box of current Proceedings papers for publication to Berry, but he will finish his editing of Volume 108 on the Grand Calumet Basin.

McKnight reported on four special publications in progress: Amphibians and Reptiles, Sunflowers, Dragonflies, and the reprinting of "Butterflies of Indiana," as well as the possible reprinting or the revised 5th edition of "Plants of the Chicago Region." (Details were included in his 18 August memo to the Publications and Executive Committees with enclosures).

Frazier distributed and reviewed his Treasurer's Account Summary and 1 January-31 October 2000 Budget Comparison report. Approved. He pointed out that Proceedings IAS page charges were started this year.

Shaffer distributed his report on the IAS membership for each of the last five years, ending with 2000, showing the disturbing downward trend in the total membership as well as in most of the membership categories. With the loss of PSI to CINERGY, we are left with only one Corporate member, Lilly. The need for more members in all categories was discussed. On the other hand, Howes pointed out that the Junior Academy membership has increased due to the efforts of Duvall Jones, Linda Airey, and Shireen DeSouza.

Berry distributed and reviewed his report on possible changes (9) in the Proceedings of the IAS, inviting members to attend the discussion session on the future of the Proceedings at 2:30 PM, 3 November in Room 222, Whitewater Building.

Hansen discussed his plans and possible items for the IAS Newsletter.

Squiers listed his first five efforts as PresidentElect: (1) Obtain IAS stationery for Shaffer and Secretary, (2) Work to pass state legislation to change the State Wild Flower from the peony to the fire pink, (3) Get a movable display booth to advertise the IAS, (4) Pursue increasing the number of corporate IAS memberships (@ $500), to 20 this year, as well as members, and (5) Schedule IAS budget meeting at Taylor University for 2 December 2000.

Howes will ask members to approve two items at the annual meeting tomorrow: (1) the change to the constitution in the membership of the IAS Executive Committee, and (2) the movement of not more than $15,000/year for a period not to exceed five years from the Foundation Investment Income Account to the Academy Operating Fund beginning in the year 2001. (These items were approved by the Council at the Spring 2000 meeting, but have to be voted on by the entire membership at the annual meeting). She also distributed and reviewed a plan for involving Indiana high school students in research. This moves the talent search from Spring to Fall and seeks more cooperation with the Hoosier Association of Science Teachers Inc. (HASTI) and the Science Education Foundation of Indiana (SEFI) by having a joint steering committee of two members each from IAS, HASTI, and SEFI. The IAS members will be the Director of the Junior Academy and the Chair of the Science Talent Search Committee. Squiers moved approval, second by Jackso n, and passed unanimously.

Frazier distributed Frank Guthrie's Academy Foundation Trustee Report, pointing out that the transfer of assets in the John Wright Fund, the Investment Income Account and the Academy Foundation to Merrill Lynch from Bank One appears to be accomplishing the goals of the Trustees. The Trustees are making good progress toward the fiveyear goal of increasing funds for research grants and other authorized projects.

Under new business, Howes reported that AAAS has asked IAS to appoint a representative to the AAAS Section Committee on General Interest in Science and Engineering (Y). Shaffer moved that Kjonaas be so named, Squiers seconded and passed unanimously.

Howes adjourned the meeting at 3:00 P.M.

COUNCIL MEETING

Indiana University East, Richmond 2 November 2000

President Ruth Howes opened the meeting at 3:10 PM in the Community Room of the Whitewater Building by asking Council members for a standing introduction. Members present in addition to those listed for the Executive Committee meeting: Dick Conklin, Shree Dhawale, Rebecca Dolan, William Gommel, Jim Haddock, Ronald Hellenthal, Nils Johansen, Richard Kjonaas, Marcia Moore, George Mourad, Roger Ratcliffe, Donald Ruch, Damian Schmelz, John Schutt, Walter Wager, and Dan Webster.

Hearing no objections, the minutes of the 14 April 2000 meeting were approved. After adding the IAS website, the agenda were approved.

Frazier distributed and reviewed his Treasurer's Report.

Shaffer distributed and discussed his IAS Membership Report as of 1 November 2000 (see Executive Committee minutes).

Dolph distributed the contents page for Vol. 107, 1-4 (1998), less page numbers, and indicated that the manuscripts for works in progress had been given to Jim Berry, the new Editor for the Proceedings, with the exception of those for the Grand Calumet Basin, which he will finish in Vol. 108 (1999). Berry distributed his suggestions for changes in the Proceedings and invited all to the discussion tomorrow afternoon.

Howes asked everyone to help bring a "For" vote on the two items to come before the annual meeting tomorrow (See Executive Committee Minutes).

Squiers, to increase the LAS visibility in the State, indicated the five goals he will try to accomplish in 2001 (see Executive Committee minutes), as well as exploring the use of the Past President's fund.

With regard to changing the state flower, Ruch said the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society (INPAWS) has prepared a two-color flier on this. Squiers moved that LAS support the state flower bill, changing the peony to the native fire pink. Approved unanimously.

Schmelz distributed and discussed his Report on the Natural Resources Commission, which meets monthly and sets policy for the Dept. of Natural Resources.

Kjonaas distributed and discussed his report as LAS Representative to the AAAS. At the 2000 NAAS meeting 17 of the 44 state academies were represented at the Assembly of Delegates, and student presenters at the AJAS represented 27 state academies. Twelve states fail so thoroughly to teach evolution as to render their standards totally useless.

Nelson moved that Kjonaas also represent IAS on the AAAS (Y) committee (see Executive Committee minutes). Seconded by Gommel and approved.

Gommel read names of members reported deceased and asked for any others known to the Council, as well as vitae from all members.

Oster distributed her annual report 2000 for the IAS Wright Memorial Library. The Proceedings of the IAS, Vol. 106, No. 3-4 was mailed to 636 eligible IAS members, 69 Indiana libraries, and 16 indexing/abstracting services. She constructed an exhibit showing the historical relationship between the Indiana State Library and the LAS for the 175th anniversary of the State Library and the inauguration of the renovation of the Library and Historical Building on 6 October. Several updates were made to the Indiana State Library/lAS webpage, including a link to the "IAS.org" site. She will take down her website when the new website at Butler is ready. Oster also distributed a letter from the Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 7 July 2000, with attachments of Gale Group Databases and Licensing Agreement, asking to license Proceedings of the LAS. They wilt pay royalties to LAS and start with 1999. After discussion, Gommel moved that we sign an agreement for a three-year period, pending further investigation by Sha ffer, Frazier, and Oster. Seconded by Frazier and passed unanimously.

Howes thanked Shree Dhawale for all the work and excellent facilities he and his committee had arranged at IUE for our Spring and Fall IAS meetings.

Haddock distributed and discussed his report on plans of the Local Arrangements Committee for the 20-21 April 2001 and 8-9 November 2001 meetings at the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne campus.

Moore and Dolan distributed LAS website pages available on http://www.indianaacademyofscience. org being constructed at Butter University. This IAS website is being provided and kept up-to-date by Butler as a service to the citizens of Indiana with no cost to IAS. Any questions should be addressed to Marcia Moore at mmoore@butler.edu, or (317)-940-8302.

Webster distributed the Awards Committee recommendations:

Emeritus membership--Howard E. Dunn, Chemistry, University of Southern Indiana; Fellow-- William R. Adams, Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington; Special Service Award-- Gary E. Dolph, Editor, Proceedings of the IAS.

Award recommendations approved unanimously.

Ruch reported for the Biodiversity and Natural Areas Committee. Tom Simon is Chairman of the Indiana Biological Survey, which is patterned after the program in Ohio. Their website, indianabiologicalsurvey.org is almost ready. The BNA committee (Ruch) will host "How to Identify Mushrooms--The Basics for the Beginner" at 1:00 P.M. on 3 November in 221 Whitewater Building, and he apologized for scheduling this special session at the same time as the annual IAS meeting.

Hellenthal briefly described his work on databases and information modeling.

Conklin announced the IAS election results: President-Elect--Terry West; Secretary--Nils Johansen; Academy Foundation--Wendell McBurney; and Research Grants--John Huffman.

McKnight reviewed the publications report (see Executive Committee minutes).

Jackson reported that the "Natural Heritage of Indiana" has been reprinted.

Mourad distributed and reviewed the 2000 Annual Report 2000 of the Research Grants Committee. This included tables of both Senior (48) and Junior (27) Research applications for the Spring and Fall 2000, by discipline and university, or high school, and those funded. Due largely to the IAS 18-19 February 2000 retreat, the research funds allocated will increase from $40,000 to $70,000 for senior grants over the next five years and from $2,500 to $3,500 for junior grants. West pointed out disparity between 34 biology proposals funded against 3 for Geology.

Jones thanked Mourad for their overlapping Junior Academy research efforts and distributed a proposal to AAAS for funds ($1,500 for 2000- 2001) to support secondary school student research grants, attaching the summary report for the results of the 1999-2000 AAAS $1,500 Grant.

President Howes adjourned the meeting at 5:30 P.M.

GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING

Indiana University East, Richmond 3 November 2000

The annual IAS meeting was opened at 12:50 P.M. with a welcoming statement by Walter Wagor, Asst. Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs, IUE. John Schutt introduced the Speaker of the Year, Gary M. Hieftje, Dept. of Chemistry, IU Bloomington, who gave an exciting speech on "Instrumentation Science in the New Millennium."

Ruth Howes called the Annual IAS Business Meeting to order at 1:30 P.M. The first order of business was to approve the two items previously approved by the Council at its 14 April 2000 meeting: (1.) Amending the IAS Constitution to change the membership of the Executive Committee by removing the Editor of the Proceedings of the IAS and adding the Chairs of the Research Grants Committee and the Foundation Committee to the Executive Committee, and (2.) Transferring no more than $15,000/year for a period not to exceed five years from the Foundation Invested Income Account to the Academy Operating Fund, beginning in the year 2001. Hansen moved approval of (1), seconded by Squiers, and passed unanimously. Frazier moved approval of (2), seconded by Dale, and passed unanimously.

Squiers moved that IAS support efforts to the change of the state flower from the peony to the native fire pink (Silene virginica L.). Frazier seconded and it passed unanimously.

Howes read a Resolution drafted for the IAS meetings 2-November 2000:

Whereas; the members of the Indiana Academy of Science are deeply grateful for the invitation to hold the 116th annual meeting of the Academy on the campus of Indiana University East, at Richmond; and

Whereas; the administration, faculty, staff and students of Indiana University East have cooperated admirably in providing their facilities, resources, and support for this 116th annual meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science; be it

Resolved; that the Academy members here assembled express their sincere appreciation to Dr. David Fulton, Chancellor, and to Vice-Chancellors Diane Roberts, Joanne Matika, and Benjamin Young, for all the courtesies that have been extended to the Academy during this meeting. We are especially grateful to Dr. Shrikrishna Dhawale and Dr. Michael Foos, chairpersons of the local planning committee, to all the members of the committee, and to other facilitators for the arrangements of the entire program and for the comfort and conveniences provided Academy members and guests. We also express our sincere thanks to all Academy members who organized and participated in activities associated with this 116"' annual meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science.

Frazier moved approval of the Resolution, seconded by Gommel, and passed unanimously.

Webster announced the awards recipients: Emeritus membership--Howard E. Dunn, Chemistry, University of Southern Indiana; Fellow-William R. Adams, Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington; Special Service Award--Gary E. Dolph, Editor, Proceedings.

Conklin announced the IAS election results: President-Elect-Terry West; Secretary-Nils Johansen; Academy Foundation--Wendell McBurney; and Research Grants--John Huffman.

Gommel read the names of the following members whose deaths had been reported since our 1999 annual meeting: Robert M. Brooker, William R. Clark, Keith Hunnings, Alton A. Lindsey, Mrs. George E Martin, Frank J. Welcher, and Herman B. Wells. Members then stood for a moment of silence to honor these departed colleagues for their contribution to the IAS and scientific community at large. Gommel also asked members to send their own vita and obituaries for any members known to have died to him, Oster, or Hansen (new IAS newsletter editor).

Howes announced formation of new website http://www.indianaacademyofscience.org being constructed at Butler University. This IAS website is being provided and kept up-to-date by Butler as a service to the citizens of Indiana with no cost to IAS. Any questions should be addressed to Marcia Moore at mmoore@butler.edu (317)-940-8302.

Howes then thanked all officers, especially Rebecca Dolan, Marion Jackson, and Edwin Squires, for their wonderful help in her year 2000 presidency, and handed the gavel to Squiers.

Squiers thanked Howes for all her efforts in leading the IAS this past year and gave five assignments to the membership: (1). Support the change of the state flower from the peony to the fire pink. (2). Help encourage the use of the moving IAS display by sending information on meetings where the display could be used to make the IAS more visible. (3). Suggest corporations and contacts in same for corporate IAS memberships, to increase these from 1 to about 20 in 2001. (4). Recommend your associates for IAS membership. (5). Visit our new website or the old one at the State Library and click on the new one.

Squiers adjourned the 116"' IAS annual meeting at 2:00 P.M.

Respectfully submitted,

Robert F. Dale, Secretary IAS
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