Not all readers may know that Science for Peace has a regular section in Peace Magazine. Articles published therein have been chosen for their relevance to our concerns, and often deal at more length with topics already touched upon in this Bulletin. In the September/October issue, which you have received along with the Bulletin, we have articles on the World Court Project, on monitoring chemical and biological weapons, and on converting a war economy into one geared to peace.
Our readers will be interested to hear that Tim Boychuk has gone to British Columbia to continue his studies. Tim served as financial advisor for Science for Peace, and provided invaluable assistance in the production of the Bulletin. We shall miss him very much, and we wish him every success.
Once again I would remind you that your contributions to the Bulletin will always be welcome.
We wish you all an abundant harvest.
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