Weather Detachment, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota, at the time of his retirement. He joined the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in June 1966 as administrative officer and research meteorologist at the Institute of Atmospheric Let iis help Sciences. During his 20 years at the school, he became associate professor of meteorology and se- nior research administrator before retiring in 1986. He was responsible for fiscal and budgetary matters for you... the department and the institute. As associate profes- sor of meteorology, he specialized in synoptic meteo- rology and applied climatology and meteorology. He Modernize was a member of the AMS and the National Council of JT University Research Adminstrators. Instrumentation He was a lifelong member of the Lutheran Church and had been an active member of Bethlehem Church Increase Measurement in Rapid City for more than 30 years. Simmons is survived by his wife, Helen (Hardman) Frequency of Rapid City, South Dakota; three children and their spouses, Betty and Gary Moore of Columbus, Geor- gia, James L. of England, and John and Sue Simmons Increase of Offut AFB, Nebraska; his mother, Wilma E. Simmons Observation Sites of Springfield, Missouri; three granddaughters; and one great-granddaughter. Density He will be fondly remembered by members of the Institute of Atmsopehric Sciences and the Depart- Get better acquainted with Sensor ment of Meteorology, as well as his other associates Instruments. We design and manufacture precision digital instruments for at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology measuring and disseminating weather and in the community.—James R. Miller and Paul L. data. All are battery operated for ease Smith. • of portability. All have some unusual features. And all are crafted to today's demanding quality standards. CALL VATA&OOKS TOLL FREE 33 5 Chandler St, Worcester. MA 01&0Z 1-800-633-1033 Ox-ford University Press ZOO Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 University of Arizona Press Sensor Instruments Co., Inc. 1230 N. Park Ave, Tucson, AZ 85119 Instruments for the Environment World Meteorological Organization Barometers • Humidity Systems Temperature Systems • Precipitation Monitors Domestic orders: AMS, H5 3eacon St, Boston, Solar Radiation Monitors • Wind Monitors MA 0210Z-3693; International orders: World Multi-Task Field Monitors Meteorological Organization, 'P.O. 13>ox No. 5, CH~1Z11 Geneva Z, Switzerland 41 Terrill Park Drive • Concord, NH 03301 118 Vol. 75, No. 1, January 1994
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