A memorial service for R. Carson Dalzell, a former resident of Baltimore and a retired metallurgist for the Atomic Energy Commission, will be held at 12:15 p.m. tomorrow at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington.
Mr. Dalzell, who was 84 and lived in Arlington, Va., died Sunday ata hospital there of a respiratory illness.
He retired in 1961 after 11 years with the Atomic Energy Commission, where he managed research on metals for reactors.
He was the U.S. scientific secretary at the first International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, a member of the executive committee of the nuclear standards board of the American Standards Association and a delegate to the International Organization of Standardization.
A fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, he was a member of the Washington Academy of Sciences, the American Society for Testing Materials, the American Nuclear Society, the British Institute for Metals, the Cosmos Club and the Tau Beta Pi Association, an engineering honor society.