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In the mold workshop report in the last issue (p. 9), the two speakers were not properly identified. They both work for Air Quality Sciences, but they work in different cities. Philip R. Morey is based in the Gettysburg office (AQS Services, Inc., 2235 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, PA 17325) and W. Elliott Horner is based in Atlanta (AQS Services, 1337 Capital Circle, Atlanta, GA 30067).
By accident, the fax number for Abbey Publications' office was given on the Editor's Page of the last two issues of Vol. 23 as 512/929-3992 instead of 3995. As a result, our phone has been ringing, but when we pick it up, there is no one on the other end but a fax machine. It is fixed now. Sorry about that.
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