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ASNE Pascagoula Section
Hears Technical Paper
On Marine Boiler Controls
The March 1977 meeting of the Pascagoula
Section of the American Society of Naval
Engineers was held at the Tiki Restaurant,
Gautier, Miss. The cocktail hour was fol- lowed by a business meeting, which included a reading of the financial statement and ad- justments in assignments for the president's staff. Dinner was followed with a technical presentation on marine boiler controls.
Shown at the recent ASNE Pascagoula Section meet- ing, left to right, are: Frank J. Burger, secretary; John
W. Dirriwachter, author; A.C. LiCausi, Section chair- man, and Tony lacobucci, treasurer.
The business meeting was chaired by A.C.
LiCausi, Section chairman. The minutes of the January 25, 1977 meeting were read and approved.
Tony lacobucci, treasurer, read the treas- urer's report of January 25, and advised that the Pascagoula Section's cash on hand was $520.
Mr. LiCausi stated that Don Hall would perform the functions of Membership chair- man for the year 1977, and would be assisted by the following: Jake Lindgren, past chair- man; Capt. William E. McGarrah, councilor;
Dr. Dean Rains, councilor, Frank Burger, secretary, and Zenas Andrews, former sec- retary.
Publicity will be handled for the year by
Mr. Burger, with assistance from Mr. Hall,
Captain McGarrah, Mr. LiCausi, and Mr.
The technical paper, titled "The Evolu- tion of Boiler Room and Engine Room Con- trols," was presented by John W. Dirri- wachter, manager of engineering, General
Regulator, Dallas, Texas. It involved a brief history of marine controls, accompanied by an extensive slide presentation concentrat- ing heavily on the latest developments in the field of marine controls. It included a history from the 1930s, with varying devel- opments through the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s.
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