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Two people have written to say they have not recieved the July AIS Bulletin.
Canadian and overseas Bulletins are sent by the Nashville printer to an
independent mailer.  All other Bulletins are sent through out the U. S. by the
Nashville printer.  Recent AIS mailings seem to be arriving in Canada a bit
AIS Bulletins are sent via second class mail, non-profit organization (best
possible rate) NOT via bulk mail.  
A little known rule passed by the AIS Board some years back states that any
member whose dues expire June 30th, and who does not pay dues before July 1,
will not receive the next AIS bulletin (because technically the membership is
expired).  Same holds true for those memberships expiring on December 31.
This time around there were 1100 members who DID NOT receive the AIS July
Bulletin because dues were not renewed!  Color me a despondent membership

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