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REVIEWS VOL . 38, No . 6, JUNE, 1957 38 1 Inter-Range Meeting The Inter-Range Meteorological Working Group met on 23-25 April at Texas Western College in El Paso under the sponsorship of the U. S. Army White Sands Signal Agency. Charles B. Moore, Jr., Arthur D. Little, Prevention of Heart Disease and Cancer (Bioclima- Inc., Cambridge, was guest speaker at the dinner. tology and Etiology). J. E. Bittner, Bittner Research Foundation, Box 41, Yakima, Washington, 1955. 57 p. National Radio Week An hypothesis is no more valid than the facts upon which it is founded. The hypothesis propounded in this The U. S. Weather Bureau observed National Radio monograph is that heart disease and cancer are caused Week, May 5-11, by making public acknowledgment of the tremendous assistance the radio industry extends to by a virus. As understood by the reviewer, Dr. Bittner's the Weather Bureau. Letters of appreciation for sus- arguments evolve in this way: Hay contains a substance tained cooperation in publicizing weather information which causes sudden death from heart attack in newborn were sent by Dr. F. W. Reichelderfer, chief of the calves. The cardiac lesions resemble those seen in human USWB, to the ten radio http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-38.6.381
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VOL . 38, No . 6, JUNE, 1957 38 1 Inter-Range Meeting The Inter-Range Meteorological Working Group met on 23-25 April at Texas Western College in El Paso under the sponsorship of the U. S. Army White Sands Signal Agency. Charles B. Moore, Jr., Arthur D. Little, Prevention of Heart Disease and Cancer (Bioclima- Inc., Cambridge, was guest speaker at the dinner. tology and Etiology). J. E. Bittner, Bittner Research Foundation, Box 41, Yakima, Washington, 1955. 57 p. National Radio Week An hypothesis is no more valid than the facts upon which it is founded. The hypothesis propounded in this The U. S. Weather Bureau observed National Radio monograph is that heart disease and cancer are caused Week, May 5-11, by making public acknowledgment of the tremendous assistance the radio industry extends to by a virus. As understood by the reviewer, Dr. Bittner's the Weather Bureau. Letters of appreciation for sus- arguments evolve in this way: Hay contains a substance tained cooperation in publicizing weather information which causes sudden death from heart attack in newborn were sent by Dr. F. W. Reichelderfer, chief of the calves. The cardiac lesions resemble those seen in human USWB, to the ten radio

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 1957

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