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at AMS headquarters versity of Alaska, came to see the headquarters and while Th e AMS Board of Admissions met at headquarters on 4 here discussed with Mr. Spengler recent programs at the January to act as tellers for the annual election. Present were University's Geophysical Institute. board members Wayne S. Hering (chairman), Ralph G. Eldridge, Wayne D. Mount, and Charles H. Pierce, assisted Jack C. Rae of Information Management, Inc., Burlington, by B. R. Fow and H. Stuart Muench. the firm that conducted the management study of METEO- Eugene Bollay, chairman of the AMS Film Panel, visited ROLOGICAL AND GEOASTROPHYSICAL ABSTRACTS last year, was at 45 headquarters on the 5th to discuss the present status of the Beacon on the 25th to discuss the present status and future film program. plans for M &GA . On the evening of the 25th the Carriage House was used On 9 January Executive Director Spengler and Secretary- for the first time since its restoration when the Greater Boston Treasurer Landrigan went to Hartford, Conn., for a Chapter held its meeting there. Attendance was curtailed by meeting of the Executive Committee on the 10th. President- Elect Suomi returned to Boston with Mr. Spengler on the a surprise snowstorm, but the hardy individuals who did evening of the 10th for further discussions of AMS affairs make it enjoyed an evening of films, slides, and a talk by and to attend a meeting of the Executive Committee of John Gerhardt of the AMS staff. GARP at AMS headquarters the following day. In addition On Saturday, the 27th, Executive Director Spengler, with to Prof. Suomi, those present at the GARP meeting were, Mrs. Spengler, Secretary-Treasurer Landrigan, Evelyn Mazur, Prof. Jule Charney, MIT; Prof. Robert G. Fleagle, University and Matthew Toyli, all flew to San Francisco for the 48th of Washington; Dr. Thomas F. Malone, Travelers Insurance annual meeting. Companies; John R. Sievers, NSF; and Dr. Joseph Smagorin- Other visitors during January included: Pat Harney, sky, ESSA. GARP (Global Atmospheric Research Program) is AFCRL, Bedford; Mrs. Theodore O. M. Wills, Lansing, Mich.; a joint undertaking of the WMO and the ICSU. the Rev. Robert E. O'Brien, Ashland; Stephen H. Power, Cambridge; William J. Thomas, Montreal, P.Q., Canada; On Saturday, the 13th, Dr. and Mrs. Sverre Petterssen, en Richard M. Millard, Waban; Kenneth R. Fox, Lexington; route back to England, stopped by to visit and to see the Helen Chin, Cataumet; J. Reagan, Lexington; Christopher R. newly renovated Carriage House. They were accompanied by their son, Bernt. Johnson, Boston; Peter R. Woodbury, E. Bollay Associates, Philip D. Johnson, executive secretary of the Society for Billerica; B. R. Fow and Richard T. Brown, Sperry Rand Nondestructive Testing, Evanston, 111., dropped in on the Research Center, North Sudbury; Mrs. E. Riggs, Medford; 15th to see the Society's headquarters and to discuss mutual Michael Tranfaglia, John West, and Steve Wallace, all of Winthrop; Sue Sager, Cambridge; David D. Wallace, Arling- problems of society operations with Mr. Spengler. ton; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. During the month of January, Joseph B. Fyffe and Philip Harry P. Austin, Arlington; Richard I. Moore, Boston; Mr. Rand of Fyffe and Wehle, Cambridge, spent considerable time and Mrs. Stephen Moore, Marblehead; Mr. and Mrs. Victor at 45 Beacon conducting the annual audit of the Society's Hubert, Sharon; Mr. and Mrs. Gene E. Lewis, Wakefield; books. Mr. Fyffe is president of the Massachusetts Society of Richard A. Lewis, Wakefield; Mr. and Mrs. William Shea, Certified Public Accountants. Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Fitzgerald, Arlington; Mr. and Th e noted naval historian and author, Samuel E. Morison Mrs. Arthur Fitzgerald, Watertown; Mr. and Mrs. John D. of Boston, visited headquarters on 18 January to gather Spengler, SUNYA, Albany, N.Y.; John Howard, Sam Hawkins, material for the second edition of his book on Harrison Gray Norman Sissenwine, Irving Gringorten, Robert Leviton, Otis. Mr. Morison owns the blue Lowestoft punch bowl that Roland Boucher, Vernon Plank, J. H. Conover, and Robert used to grace the niche at the second-floor landing in Cunningham, all of AFCRL, Bedford; Earl Merritt, Allied Otis' day. He admits to having made the original error in Research Associates, Inc., Concord; Wrilliam Vickers, MITRE calling it a ten-gallon bowl, when it is really only two gallons Corporation, Bedford; Dr. Edward M. Brooks, SUNY, Pitts- in capacity. The error has stuck through many years and burgh, N.Y.; Sarah B. Brooks, Newton; N. B. Mactairs, many publications, including the BULLETIN. Gander, Newfoundland. On the 19th, Terris Moore, former president of the Uni- Vol. 49, No. 3, March 1968 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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versity of Alaska, came to see the headquarters and while Th e AMS Board of Admissions met at headquarters on 4 here discussed with Mr. Spengler recent programs at the January to act as tellers for the annual election. Present were University's Geophysical Institute. board members Wayne S. Hering (chairman), Ralph G. Eldridge, Wayne D. Mount, and Charles H. Pierce, assisted Jack C. Rae of Information Management, Inc., Burlington, by B. R. Fow and H. Stuart Muench. the firm that conducted the management study of METEO- Eugene Bollay, chairman of the AMS Film Panel, visited ROLOGICAL AND GEOASTROPHYSICAL ABSTRACTS last year, was at 45 headquarters on the 5th to discuss the present status of the Beacon on the 25th to discuss the present status and future film program. plans for M &GA . On the evening of the 25th the Carriage House was used On 9 January Executive Director Spengler and Secretary- for the first time since its restoration when the Greater Boston Treasurer Landrigan went to Hartford, Conn., for a Chapter held its meeting there. Attendance was curtailed by meeting of the Executive Committee on the 10th. President- Elect Suomi returned to Boston with Mr. Spengler on the a surprise snowstorm, but the hardy individuals who did evening of the 10th for further discussions of AMS affairs make it enjoyed an evening of films, slides, and a talk by and to attend a meeting of the Executive Committee of John Gerhardt of the AMS staff. GARP at AMS headquarters the following day. In addition On Saturday, the 27th, Executive Director Spengler, with to Prof. Suomi, those present at the GARP meeting were, Mrs. Spengler, Secretary-Treasurer Landrigan, Evelyn Mazur, Prof. Jule Charney, MIT; Prof. Robert G. Fleagle, University and Matthew Toyli, all flew to San Francisco for the 48th of Washington; Dr. Thomas F. Malone, Travelers Insurance annual meeting. Companies; John R. Sievers, NSF; and Dr. Joseph Smagorin- Other visitors during January included: Pat Harney, sky, ESSA. GARP (Global Atmospheric Research Program) is AFCRL, Bedford; Mrs. Theodore O. M. Wills, Lansing, Mich.; a joint undertaking of the WMO and the ICSU. the Rev. Robert E. O'Brien, Ashland; Stephen H. Power, Cambridge; William J. Thomas, Montreal, P.Q., Canada; On Saturday, the 13th, Dr. and Mrs. Sverre Petterssen, en Richard M. Millard, Waban; Kenneth R. Fox, Lexington; route back to England, stopped by to visit and to see the Helen Chin, Cataumet; J. Reagan, Lexington; Christopher R. newly renovated Carriage House. They were accompanied by their son, Bernt. Johnson, Boston; Peter R. Woodbury, E. Bollay Associates, Philip D. Johnson, executive secretary of the Society for Billerica; B. R. Fow and Richard T. Brown, Sperry Rand Nondestructive Testing, Evanston, 111., dropped in on the Research Center, North Sudbury; Mrs. E. Riggs, Medford; 15th to see the Society's headquarters and to discuss mutual Michael Tranfaglia, John West, and Steve Wallace, all of Winthrop; Sue Sager, Cambridge; David D. Wallace, Arling- problems of society operations with Mr. Spengler. ton; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. During the month of January, Joseph B. Fyffe and Philip Harry P. Austin, Arlington; Richard I. Moore, Boston; Mr. Rand of Fyffe and Wehle, Cambridge, spent considerable time and Mrs. Stephen Moore, Marblehead; Mr. and Mrs. Victor at 45 Beacon conducting the annual audit of the Society's Hubert, Sharon; Mr. and Mrs. Gene E. Lewis, Wakefield; books. Mr. Fyffe is president of the Massachusetts Society of Richard A. Lewis, Wakefield; Mr. and Mrs. William Shea, Certified Public Accountants. Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Fitzgerald, Arlington; Mr. and Th e noted naval historian and author, Samuel E. Morison Mrs. Arthur Fitzgerald, Watertown; Mr. and Mrs. John D. of Boston, visited headquarters on 18 January to gather Spengler, SUNYA, Albany, N.Y.; John Howard, Sam Hawkins, material for the second edition of his book on Harrison Gray Norman Sissenwine, Irving Gringorten, Robert Leviton, Otis. Mr. Morison owns the blue Lowestoft punch bowl that Roland Boucher, Vernon Plank, J. H. Conover, and Robert used to grace the niche at the second-floor landing in Cunningham, all of AFCRL, Bedford; Earl Merritt, Allied Otis' day. He admits to having made the original error in Research Associates, Inc., Concord; Wrilliam Vickers, MITRE calling it a ten-gallon bowl, when it is really only two gallons Corporation, Bedford; Dr. Edward M. Brooks, SUNY, Pitts- in capacity. The error has stuck through many years and burgh, N.Y.; Sarah B. Brooks, Newton; N. B. Mactairs, many publications, including the BULLETIN. Gander, Newfoundland. On the 19th, Terris Moore, former president of the Uni- Vol. 49, No. 3, March 1968

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