Doreen Morton, a member who has faithfully typed the Bulletin since its inception, has gone into business: AFT Word Processing, “today’s secretarial service”. Those wanting to make use of her services should contact her at 279 Palmerston Ave., Toronto M6J 2J3 (tel. 416-924-5287) after office hours or on weekends.
S4P members George Ignatieff and Norman Alcock have been appointed to the Consultative Group to the Department of External Affairs. Norman Alcock will be official S4P representative.
David Suzuki in an early December talk to the Empire Club of Toronto: “It’s time society called a halt to nuclear technology or face the possibility that an errant computer will destroy us all”.
S4P President Anatol Rapoport starts a 12 week course at Conrad Grebel College at the University of Waterloo (Ont.) Jan. 8. Contact Prof. Conrad Bronk.
Dr. Donald Bates of Science for Peace and the McGill Study Group for Peace and Disarmament presented a slide-tape show on December 3 on the effects of a nuclear war on Canada to the UCAM meeting, the University of Toronto.
Good news from Metta Spencer, board member and contributing editor of the Peace Calendar: a grant from External Affairs means the newspaper will shortly blossom in a new magazine format.