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news from our chapters news irom our chapters Greater St. Louis Asheville Officers elected for 1965-66 are: chairman, Col. William S. Speaker at the April meeting was Henry T. Harrison, for- merly director of meteorology for United Air Lines and Barney, vice commander, Air Weather Service; vice chair- now on a special assignment for UAL. Speaking on "A Sur- man , Dr. Ferdinand C. Bates, associate professor of geo- vey of Supercooled Fog—What Is Being Done About It?", physics, St. Louis University; secretary, Lt. Col. William E. Gifford, Jr., Air Weather Service; treasurer, Dennis J. Slaugh- Mr. Harrison discussed the problem of supercooled fog as ter, Weather Bureau. related to airline operations and the techniques for its dis- persion and thinning. At the business meeting, Mr. Margrett, chairman of the speakers' committee, reported 17 talks to Houston abou t 930 people had been given at schools, colleges, and Approximately 40 visitors and 20 regular attendees were th e pilots association in recent months. Mr. Ritchie, chair- present for the July meeting. Dr. John C. Freeman, Jr., ma n of the activities committee, discussed plans for a net- chairma n of the membership committee, spoke on the or- work of precipitation reporting stations in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 46 (10): 2 – Oct 1, 1965

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1520-0477
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news irom our chapters Greater St. Louis Asheville Officers elected for 1965-66 are: chairman, Col. William S. Speaker at the April meeting was Henry T. Harrison, for- merly director of meteorology for United Air Lines and Barney, vice commander, Air Weather Service; vice chair- now on a special assignment for UAL. Speaking on "A Sur- man , Dr. Ferdinand C. Bates, associate professor of geo- vey of Supercooled Fog—What Is Being Done About It?", physics, St. Louis University; secretary, Lt. Col. William E. Gifford, Jr., Air Weather Service; treasurer, Dennis J. Slaugh- Mr. Harrison discussed the problem of supercooled fog as ter, Weather Bureau. related to airline operations and the techniques for its dis- persion and thinning. At the business meeting, Mr. Margrett, chairman of the speakers' committee, reported 17 talks to Houston abou t 930 people had been given at schools, colleges, and Approximately 40 visitors and 20 regular attendees were th e pilots association in recent months. Mr. Ritchie, chair- present for the July meeting. Dr. John C. Freeman, Jr., ma n of the activities committee, discussed plans for a net- chairma n of the membership committee, spoke on the or- work of precipitation reporting stations in

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Published: Oct 1, 1965

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