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It is argued that a publication policy which can achieve satisfaction of the unifying membership interests in the PROCEEDINGS and of the divergent membership interests in the TRANSACTIONS of the Professional Groups is as close to an ideal solution of the intricate publication problem as we should hope for. Its success must, of course, depend upon the wholehearted support of each and every member of IRE and particularlyu pon the hard worko f the laboring authors and of the editorial staffs. "By their deeds ye shall know them" . . . The author feels sure the proper deeds will be forthcoming in the interest of the members, who after all constitute IRE, no more and no less.