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NOMINATIONS FOR 1961

NOMINATIONS FOR 1961 VOL . 41, No . 6, JUNE, 1960 331 The Nominating Committee, consisting of Robert D. Archie M. Kahan Fletcher, chairman, Loren W. Crow, Robert G. Fleagle, William W . Kellogg Dale F. Leipper, John Masterson and Jack C. Thompson, Newton A. Lieurance George W . Platzman submits the following list of nominees for Officers and Daniel F. Rex Councilors to be elected by mail ballot prior to the next Robert H. Simpson annual meeting in January 1961: William S. von Arx For Secretary, 1961: Willis L. Webb James M. Austin The attention of members is called to the following extract from Article IV of the By-Laws: "Additional For Treasurer, 1961: nominations made in writing by not less than twenty-five Henry DeC. Ward members shall be included on the ballot if received by the Secretary before September 1, and if the nominee gives For Councilor, 1961-63: his written consent." The Secretary interprets the last Gerald L. Barger clause as requiring the nominators to secure the nominee's John C. Beckman written consent for submission to the Secretary with Henry T. Harrison the petition. Woodro w C. Jacobs JAME S M. AUSTIN , Secretary (Continued from ANNOUNCEMENTS , page 330) Monograph Prizes Board for Certified Consulting Meteorologists In 1960, as in 1959, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences will offer three prizes of at least $1000 each The Board for Certified Consulting Meteorologists has to the authors of especially meritorious monographs, one announced the fifth list of candidates for certification. each in the fields of (1) the humanities, (2) social sci- These candidates have been approved by the Board and the Executive Committee: E. Brewster Buxton, Chief ences, (3) physical and biological sciences. Meteorologist, Pan American World Airways, New For the purposes of these awards a monograph is de- Yor k International Airport, Jamaica, N. Y.; Professor fined as a scholarly contribution to knowledge, too long J. Vern Hales, Head, Department of Meteorology, Uni- for an article in a learned journal and too specialized or versity of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; Prof. Bern- too short for a general book. This will generally mean hard Haurwitz, Department of Astrogeophysics, Univer- a manuscript of between fifty and three hundred type- sity of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.; Jerome Namias, Chief, written pages. The Academy reserves the right to de- Extended Forecast Section, U. S. Weather Bureau, termine whether a manuscript submitted is properly a Washington, D. C.; Dr. Vincent J. Schaefer, Research Consultant, Schenectady, N. Y.; Prof. Hurd C. Willett, monograph. Department of Meteorology, Massachusetts Institute of T o be eligible for the 1960 award, a manuscript must Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Any person possessing be received at the address given below by 1 October. information indicating that the above listed Professional Prize winners will be announced in December. Recipi- Members of the Society do not meet the Society's stand- ents of these prizes will be expected to make their own ards for certification may communicate with the Secre- arrangements for publication. tary. Full details concerning the wards may be secured on Application forms for certification may be requested request to the Committee on Monograph Prizes, Ameri- from the Office of the Executive Secretary, 45 Beacon can Academy of Arts and Sciences, Little Hall 33, Har- Street, Boston 8, Mass. Dr. Woodrow C. Jacobs, Head- vard University, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts. quarters Air Weather Service, is chairman of the Board for Certified Consulting Meteorologists. (Continued on page 343) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

NOMINATIONS FOR 1961

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VOL . 41, No . 6, JUNE, 1960 331 The Nominating Committee, consisting of Robert D. Archie M. Kahan Fletcher, chairman, Loren W. Crow, Robert G. Fleagle, William W . Kellogg Dale F. Leipper, John Masterson and Jack C. Thompson, Newton A. Lieurance George W . Platzman submits the following list of nominees for Officers and Daniel F. Rex Councilors to be elected by mail ballot prior to the next Robert H. Simpson annual meeting in January 1961: William S. von Arx For Secretary, 1961: Willis L. Webb James M. Austin The attention of members is called to the following extract from Article IV of the By-Laws: "Additional For Treasurer, 1961: nominations made in writing by not less than twenty-five Henry DeC. Ward members shall be included on the ballot if received by the Secretary before September 1, and if the nominee gives For Councilor, 1961-63: his written consent." The Secretary interprets the last Gerald L. Barger clause as requiring the nominators to secure the nominee's John C. Beckman written consent for submission to the Secretary with Henry T. Harrison the petition. Woodro w C. Jacobs JAME S M. AUSTIN , Secretary (Continued from ANNOUNCEMENTS , page 330) Monograph Prizes Board for Certified Consulting Meteorologists In 1960, as in 1959, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences will offer three prizes of at least $1000 each The Board for Certified Consulting Meteorologists has to the authors of especially meritorious monographs, one announced the fifth list of candidates for certification. each in the fields of (1) the humanities, (2) social sci- These candidates have been approved by the Board and the Executive Committee: E. Brewster Buxton, Chief ences, (3) physical and biological sciences. Meteorologist, Pan American World Airways, New For the purposes of these awards a monograph is de- Yor k International Airport, Jamaica, N. Y.; Professor fined as a scholarly contribution to knowledge, too long J. Vern Hales, Head, Department of Meteorology, Uni- for an article in a learned journal and too specialized or versity of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; Prof. Bern- too short for a general book. This will generally mean hard Haurwitz, Department of Astrogeophysics, Univer- a manuscript of between fifty and three hundred type- sity of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.; Jerome Namias, Chief, written pages. The Academy reserves the right to de- Extended Forecast Section, U. S. Weather Bureau, termine whether a manuscript submitted is properly a Washington, D. C.; Dr. Vincent J. Schaefer, Research Consultant, Schenectady, N. Y.; Prof. Hurd C. Willett, monograph. Department of Meteorology, Massachusetts Institute of T o be eligible for the 1960 award, a manuscript must Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Any person possessing be received at the address given below by 1 October. information indicating that the above listed Professional Prize winners will be announced in December. Recipi- Members of the Society do not meet the Society's stand- ents of these prizes will be expected to make their own ards for certification may communicate with the Secre- arrangements for publication. tary. Full details concerning the wards may be secured on Application forms for certification may be requested request to the Committee on Monograph Prizes, Ameri- from the Office of the Executive Secretary, 45 Beacon can Academy of Arts and Sciences, Little Hall 33, Har- Street, Boston 8, Mass. Dr. Woodrow C. Jacobs, Head- vard University, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts. quarters Air Weather Service, is chairman of the Board for Certified Consulting Meteorologists. (Continued on page 343)

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