Milestones, Sep. 2, 1957

Died. Thelma Chrysler Foy, fiftyish, upper-crust society hostess and patron of the arts, daughter of the late automagnate Walter P. Chrysler, wife of Chrysler Director Byron C. Foy, repeatedly voted among the world's ten best-dressed women; of leukemia; in Manhattan.

Died. Carl-Gustav Arvid Rossby, 58, world-famed Swedish-born weatherman (TIME, Dec. 17), organizer (1927) of the U.S.'s first airway weather-reporting system, pioneer in modern air-mass-analysis forecasting techniques, discoverer of the "jet stream," founder of Stockholm's International Meteorological Institute; of a coronary thrombosis; in Stockholm.

Died. Joseph Ferdinand ("Professor Sea Gull," "The Mongoose") Gould, 68,...

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