1Presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Milk and Food Sanitarians, Inc., at Louisville, Kentucky, October 7–10, 1957.
Clyde B. Eller received the engineering degree at Iowa State College in 1942. After serving in the army, he returned to school at the University of Michigan for the M.P.H. degree. He started his Public Health career in 1946 in Kansas, first as a sanitary engineer in a county unit as a sanitation consultant and then as a district engineer with the Kansas State Board of Health. He left Kansas in 1951 for his present position as Director of Sanitation of the Tulsa, Oklahoma, City-County Health Department.