[Spelling Progress Bulletin, Spring 1983 p1]
Authors' index of papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on Reading & Spelling, Jul.-Aug, 1981.
Baker, Robert, An experimental investigation of attitudes to English spelling reform, Spring, 1983, pp.6-11.
Barnard, Harvie, The inevitability of change, the happy alternative, Winter, 1982, pp.17-19, 1.
Beech, John, An experimental comparison between adults learning to read text in two proposed spelling systems. Spring, 1983, pp11-18.
Brooks, Colin. Computer transliteration of shorthand for the post-lingually deaf. Fall, 1982, pp.15-20.
Brown, Neville. Semantic aspects of spelling reform. Winter, 1982, pp. 2-3.
Campbell, Stuart. Principles of Esperanto spelling, Fall, 1982, pp. 4-5.
Citron, Abraham. Spelling reform as a redistribution of power, Spring, 1983, pp. 2-6.
Dodd, Barbara, P. Robinson, R. Beresford. Spelling errors of 11 phonologically disordered children, Spring, 1982, pp.19-20.
Downing, John. Spelling reform - let's be practical, Fall, 1982, pp.20.
Frith, Uta. Cognitive processes in spelling & their relevance to spelling reform, Spring, 1982, pp.6-9.
Gassner, Walter. How to reconcile conflicting principles for reformed English spelling. Winter, 1982, pp.4-6.
Jolly, C.H.J. Commercial and marketing perspectives in orthografic reform. Winter, 1982, pp.14-15.
Mosterín, Jesús. Spelling reform in international perspective, Fall, 1982, pp.12-14.
Niedzielski, Henry. Experiments in teaching English in Francofone Africa. Fall, 1982, pp.5-7.
O'Halloran, George. Spelling: what road to reform? Winter, 1982, pp.15-17.
Perin, Dolores. Spelling difficulties in school leavers and adults, Fall, 1982, pp.2-4.
Seymour, P.H.K. Psychological processes in spelling recognition and production, Spring, 1982, pp.9-10.
Smith, Barbara. Spelling errors made by 8-11 year old pupils, Spring, 1982, pp.10-12.
Snowling, Maggie. The spelling of nasal clusters by dyslexic and normal children, Spring, 1982, pp.13-18.
Urdaneta, Iraset. The history of Spanish orthography; Implications for a theory of spelling reform. Fall, 1982, pp.8-12.
Vassilyev, V.A. An account of the 'English Maximally Simplified Writing.' Winter, 1982, pp.7-10.
Yule, Valerie. A research developed reform for English spelling. Winter, 1982, pp.10-13.
[Victor Paulsen: see Anthology, Bulletins.]
Former KSFO radio engineer, Victor Perry Paulsen, aged 73, died Oct. 4th following 2 weeks of hospitalization for extensive kidney and liver problems.
Vic worked for KSFO between 1955 and 1976 and was a true pioneer whose experience spanned many facets of broadcasting.
In the 1920's he became an ardent radio experimenter and constructed a number of spark transmitters and developed an interest in the design & manufacture of vacuum tubes. S.F. T-V pioneer, Philo Farnsworth was among his frends.
After studying at the U. of Ca., Berkeley, Vic went to sea as a merchant marine wireless operator, served as a consultant to Dollar Steamship Co. in equiping its ships and finally serving as a disc jockey and air personality on San Francisco radio station KJBS.
When World War II broke out, Vic returned to the merchant marine making many trips in Liberty ships thru the North Atlantic. When hostilities ceased, Vic returned to KJBS where he and Frank Cope became popular as the nations first "disc jockies." Between KJBS and coming to KSFO, Vic served as the master-of-ceremonies on several Bay Area T-V programs.
Paulsen was also interested in spelling reform, belonged to the S.S.S. and had developed a system of reformed English spelling which he called TORSKRIPT.
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