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February 1996 (Volume 5, Number 2)

CIFS to Petition China

At the March and May meetings the Society's Committee on the International Freedom of Scientists (CIFS) will be co-sponsoring a petition signing station with the New York-based Committee of Concerned Scientists. The petition will be on behalf of imprisoned physicists and scientists in the People's Republic of China and will be sent to China's President Jiang Zemin and Premier Li Peng. A reception to kick off the signature drive will be held at 6 o'clock on the evening of Sunday March 17, 1996. All March meeting participants are invited to attend. CIFS encourages those attending the March or May meeting to look for and sign the petition. It will be accessible in the registration area. Your support is greatly appreciated!At the March and May meetings the Society's Committee on the International Freedom of Scientists (CIFS) will be co-sponsoring a petition signing station with the New York-based Committee of Concerned Scientists. The petition will be on behalf of imprisoned physicists and scientists in the People's Republic of China and will be sent to China's President Jiang Zemin and Premier Li Peng. A reception to kick off the signature drive will be held at 6 o'clock on the evening of Sunday March 17, 1996. All March meeting participants are invited to attend. CIFS encourages those attending the March or May meeting to look for and sign the petition. It will be accessible in the registration area. Your support is greatly appreciated!At the March and May meetings the Society's Committee on the International Freedom of Scientists (CIFS) will be co-sponsoring a petition signing station with the New York-based Committee of Concerned Scientists. The petition will be on behalf of imprisoned physicists and scientists in the People's Republic of China and will be sent to China's President Jiang Zemin and Premier Li Peng. A reception to kick off the signature drive will be held at 6 o'clock on the evening of Sunday March 17, 1996. All March meeting participants are invited to attend. CIFS encourages those attending the March or May meeting to look for and sign the petition. It will be accessible in the registration area. Your support is greatly appreciated!At the March and May meetings the Society's Committee on the International Freedom of Scientists (CIFS) will be co-sponsoring a petition signing station with the New York-based Committee of Concerned Scientists. The petition will be on behalf of imprisoned physicists and scientists in the People's Republic of China and will be sent to China's President Jiang Zemin and Premier Li Peng. A reception to kick off the signature drive will be held at 6 o'clock on the evening of Sunday March 17, 1996. All March meeting participants are invited to attend. CIFS encourages those attending the March or May meeting to look for and sign the petition. It will be accessible in the registration area. Your support is greatly appreciated!


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February 1996 (Volume 5, Number 2)

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Special Programming Planned for 1996 March and Spring Meetings
Council Issues Statement on Helium Conservation
Novel Plasma Applications Highlight 1995 DPP Meeting
Lustig to Retire as APS Treasurer
Fluid Researchers Gather for 1995 DFD Meeting
Council Approves Mass Media Fellowship Program
Fano, Kamen to Receive Presidential Fermi Award
In Brief
CIFS to Petition China
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