Henry C. Moon, senior laboratory mechanic
at the Central Office, was retired at the termination of June
30, 1939. Mr. Moon was born in Baltimore, Md., on June 9, 1874.
He entered the Weather Bureau as instrument maker on October 5,
1921. His entire Government service was in the Central Office.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, June 1939]
T. Moore - Mr. Moore died on September
13, 1915. He entered the service on July 3, 1878, and served continuously
until the time of his death, passing through successive grades,
by promotion, to Chief of the Telegraph Division of the Central
Office. During the period of his field service, he held important
assignments in connection with the telegraph service maintained
by the Weather Bureau (Signal Service) in the southwest portions
of the country, having seen active duty in various portions of
Arizona during the troublous times of the hostile Indian raids.
His duty at the Central Office had been continuous since August
9, 1883. -- September 1915
Mr. Alois J. Moosbrugger,
junior observer at the Omaha Airport Station, died in Omaha on
May 12, 1938. He was born at St. Paul, Minn., on October 7, 1908.
Mr. Moosbrugger entered the Government service at Omaha on April
21, 1922, and served at that place to the time of his death.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, May 1938]
Mr. Wesley J. Morris, Navy
radioman who was inducted in the military service on August 19,
1942, died on February 2, 1944 as a result of an airplane crash
in the Pacific area while on a duty status. He had been overseas
since September 1943. Mr. Morris was born in Salt Lake City, Utah,
on January 21, 1921. He was appointed in the Weather Bureau as
under clerk at Salt Lake City on July 9, 1942.
Bureau Topics and Personnel, May 1944]
Robert H. Morton, who
was retired on August 20, 1920, died at his home in Washington,
D.C., on October 23, 1937. An outline of his service and a notice
of his retirement will be found in Topics and Personnel for July
Bureau Topics and Personnel, October 1937]
Samuel L. Mosby,senior
scientific aid at the Central Office, died December 12, 1935.
He was born at Vienna, Mo., on May 1, 1867. Mr. Mosby enlisted
in the Signal Corps on November 1, 1887, serving as assistant
at St. Louis, Cairo, Norfolk, New York, Washington, and Ithaca.
At the time of his death he was in charge of the observatory at
the Central Office in which capacity he served since August 19,
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, December