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N1. April 1991.

Articles.
Androcles and the Lion, Shaw Alphabet edition. Chris Upward.
The Shaw Alphabet Competition - Some Background. Bob Brown.
A role for dictionaries in spelling-reform: a French example. Chris Upward.
Correspondence.
Open Letter to the DES. Chris Upward.
Publications available to members. ed Chris Upward.

N2. September 1991.

Letters.
Comments received on New Spelling 90. ed Bob Brown.
Correspondence.
Reply from DES to Open Letter from SSS. ed Chris Upward.
Article.
Progress Report on Cut Spelng. Chris Upward.
Notice.
Publications available to members. ed Chris Upward.

N3. April 1992.

Notices.
AGM talk, agenda and motion. ed Bob Brown.
Cut Spelling launch. Request Cut Spelling for your library. ed Bob Brown.
Letters.
A conversion. Damian Bonsall.
Anti-ITA-ist. Anonymous.
In brief.
Including: Edinburgh event & Press coverage. ed Bob Brown.

N4. July 1992.

Committee news.
Aims. AGM highlights. Bob Brown.
Article.
Feature: Can we learn from the French? Bob Brown.
Editorial.
Charitable status. Bob Brown.
Short items.
House of Lords, Topical tapes, CS handbook. ed Bob Brown.

N5. January 1993.

Editorial.
Submission to NCC. Bob Brown.
Ten axioms. SSS committee.
Articles. Bob Brown.
Adult literacy. ALBSU report.
Research. SSS project.
Personal View. New series.
In brief.
Including Harry Lindgren. ed Bob Brown.
Tribute.
Professor David Abercrombie.
Short items.
Mostly for amusement. The Economist.
Oxford Companion to the English Language. ed Bob Brown.

N6. September 1993.

Editorial. Bob Brown.
AGM Report. Initiatives actual and potential. Notice of Lecture.
Article. Bob Brown.
A changing face: Image update.
In brief.
Cut Spelling, Traugott Rohner, Magazine?
Article and short items. Bob Brown.
Towards the Millenium. SSS in the 1990s. SSS today.
SoundSpeler. ALC.
General semantics: Experimenting with E-prime.
Article (extract). Meihem in ce Klasrum.
Where are the Shaw Alphabet typewriters? Keith Seddon.

N7. April 1994.

Editorial.
Lecture & AGM notices. In brief.
Articles.
Excerpts: William Archer - a biography. Peter Whitebrook.
Finances: Thank you Sir George. Bob Brown.

N8. March 1995.

Editorial.
Lecture & AGM notices. In brief.

N9. August 1995.

Editorial.
AGM closes "one of the Society's quieter years". ed Bob Brown.
AGM Address: English Spelling and the Computer. Roger Mitton.
Articles.
Reviewing spelling schemes. Paul Fletcher.
The inevitability of phonetic spelling. Stanley Weatherall.
Founding Fathers. Chris Upward.
... and what did they do? Bob Brown.
The Vicar writes ... Nicholas Kerr.
In brief.
including, Ron Hofmann, Angus Dalgleish, French spelling, House of Lords. ed Bob Brown.

N10. April 1996.

Notice.
AGM lecture and notices.
Articles.
What kind of SSS for the next century? Bob Brown.
Phonetic spelling: How far can we go in English? Harry Cookson.
Platform. Address members. Bob Brown.
Orthographic Ownrship. Chris Upward.
Simplified spelling on the Internet. Bob Brown.
Short items.
CS Handbook, OECD on literacy standards,
The Times of London. In brief.
Tribute.
Bill Lee.



SS1. December 1996.

Article.
Society to Redefine Aim, Objectives. Chris Upward.
Regular items.
Editorial. A New Newsletter. Allan Campbell.
Summary of AGM and Committee meetings.
Inquiries Via The 'Net. Jean Hutchins.
What one member has been doing.
Alternate spellings. Cornell Kimball.

SS2. March 1997.

Articles.
Funds needed for remedial research. Gwenllian Thorstad.
Does illegibility go with shorter spelling? Kate Gladstone.
What one member has been doing.
BTRSPL, a better spelling program. Alan Mole.
Regular items.
Editorial. Let's start from where we are. Allan Campbell.
Letters.
On the net. Searching - and finding - is easier. Steve Bett.

SS3. July 1997.

Articles.
How can we outsmart Murphy? Joe Little.
One person's search for spelling reform organizations. Cornell Kimball.
Slick slogans sought to promote the cause. Allan Campbell.
What one member has been doing.
We try to laf, but it hurts the students. Jean Wilkinson.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. SSS AGM.
Editorial. Strength in unity. Allan Campbell.
Letters.

SS4. November 1997.

Articles.
Publish - and be damned ... Ted Relton.
...or simply praise the Lord. Joe Little.
What one member has been doing.
Long service has seen many proposals. Robert Craig.
If U could spell Wednesday any way U liked ... Jean Wilkinson.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Editorial. More than a glimmer and Simpl Speling's 'style'. Allan Campbell.
On the net: Members get cool and automate. Steve Bett.
Tale peace.

SS5. March 1998.

Articles.
Dictionary alters thru entries. Cornell Kimball.
What one member has been doing.
People find reasons to oppose change. Harry Cookson.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Editorial. Learning for the future. Allan Campbell.
Jean Wilkinson writes: We can help them now!
SSS Committee news.
On the net with Steve Bett.
Tale peace.

SS6. July 1998.

Articles.
QES head offers campaign tips. Bernard Lamb.
VIPs also can be poor spellers. George Anderson.
Selling spelling. Nelson Helm.
Thrown by the unexpected. David Barnsdale.
Call to action. Joe Little.
What one member has been doing.
Three beliefs drive involvement in spelling reform. Valerie Yule.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Presenting H.
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Committee news, AGM news, Officers, New Admin support.

SS7. November 1998.

Articles.
Member moves to establish International Spelling Day. Valerie Yule.
Why Koreans honor their spelling. Valerie Yule.
What can we learn from Esperanto? Chris Gledhill.
What one member has been doing.
Teaching one's ideas, seeking reactions. Paul Cunningham.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Why wrestle with wrestle?
Net Chat. On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Committee news, Reports, First impressions Masha Bell.

SS8. March 1999.

Articles.
Committee polls members on strategy.
Can we pin down the number of phonemes in English? Steve Bett.
What one member remembers.
When Parliament voted to simplify spelling. Tom Lang.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Editorial: Another milestone. Net Chat.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Daddy, how do u spell air?
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Committee news: October. January.
Meanwhile back at the office.
A lesson from history. Masha Bell.

SS9. July 1999.

Articles.
Members favor gradual change. ed Allan Campbell.
Research may lead to agreed first steps.
Another view from India. Madhukar N Gogate.
What one member has been doing.
A pre-Christmas office experiment. John Gledhill.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Badges.
Letters. Net Chat.
Jean Wilkinson writes: ... and as for PH ...
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Winning the children, Editorial: Get started with a KISS. AGM.
Meanwhile back at the office.
Back to the drawing board. Masha Bell.

SS10. November 1999.

Articles.
Email group debates reform proposals. ed Allan Campbell.
Publishing rules altered for members' Personal Views.
Changes to spelling competition.
Disappointing response to advertising trial. Allan Campbell.
What one member has been doing.
Wanderlust brings spelling challenges. Zé do Rock.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there.
Editorial: Leave it to the pros. Letters. Net Chat.
Jean Wilkinson writes: The undercover agent, namely Uh
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Committee news.
Members make suggestions on strategy. Allan Campbell.
Meanwhile back at the office.
Compiling basic vocab list. Masha Bell.

SS11. March 2000.

Articles.
Society engages MPs on two fronts. Allan Campbell.
NZ asked to take lead. Allan Campbell.
German changes taking hold. Zé do Rock.
What newspapers may require to alter their spelling. Damian Bonsall.
What one member has been doing.
Wide-ranging involvement over many years. Doug Everingham.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there.
Letters. Net Chat.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Of ladders and confusion.
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Committee news and reports.
Meanwhile back at the office.
Preparing a submission. Masha Bell.

SS12. July 2000.

Articles.
Further representations to Commons. Gwenllian Thorstad.
Teachers receptive to member's talk. Barbara Harrison.
An approach to Chambers. Tom Lang.
Most illiterate children would succeed in other languages. Ken Spencer.
What one member has been doing.
Spelling confusion aired in the mess. Ron Footer.
Notice.
International Spelling Day.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Watch your tongue.
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Annual meeting reports.
Meanwhile back at the office.
Adopting an agreed strategy. Masha Bell.

SS13. November 2000.

Articles.
Promising start to millennium. Allan Campbell.
German newspaper backtracks on change. Zé do Rock.
The rite of replying. Allan Campbell.
Tribute.
Eminent member dies. Mona Cross. ed Allan Campbell.
What one member has been doing.
Spelling-reform books in libraries? Alan Mole.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Litl madnesses.
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
RITErs report, Committee: July, October.

SS14. March 2001.

Articles.
No recommendation on spelling change. ed Allan Campbell.
Talking with journalists from publishing houses. Chris Jolly.
ISD 2000 on the net. Valerie Yule.
Technology to the rescue? Edward Rondthaler.
US boros and boroughs. Cornell Kimball.
What one member has been doing.
Into the lion's den. Ian Ascott.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Who stole the 'r' in 'colonel'?
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
January Committee reports. Helping the SSS. Jack Bovill.

SS15. June 2001.

Articles.
Tribute. Chris Jolly pays tribute to key member: Chris Upward.
An unteachable teacher. Tom Shanks.
Submission follow-up. Masha Bell.
Of authorities: Who will care about our 'optimum solution'? Nelson Helm.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Dear President Bush ...
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
AGM reports.

SS16. November 2001.

Articles.
Reading report seeks better decoding skills. ed Allan Campbell.
'Not averse to ... simplified spelling'. ed Allan Campbell.
Logical spelling not impossible for readers. Edward Rondthaler.
A word from the Chair. What is the role of the Society? Chris Jolly.
What one member has been doing.
Practising wot we preech!. Ted Relton.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: Voices from Oregan.
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Message from the President, Committee news. Hook debate or bait de hook, Jerry Dicker. 4 members thinking globally.

SS17. March 2002.

Articles.
Planning to attend US spelling bee. ed Allan Campbell.
Resignation after 20 years as chair. Chris Jolly.
Analyzing spelling reform options. Ian Hunter.
Some rules of English spelling! Add, double, drop, change. Jean Hutchins.
It ain't necessarily so. Cornell Kimball.
What one member has been doing.
Sowing the seed with special educational needs people. Jean Hutchins.
Regular items.
This 'n' that from here 'n' there. Letters.
Jean Wilkinson writes: D: Icon to a Teutonic god.
On the net with Steve Bett. Tale peace.
Member supplement.
Committee news. Kiwis meet. Editorials.

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