1Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Milk and Food Sanitarians Inc., at New York City, September 8–10, 1958.
Mr. William C. Miller, Jr., began public health work as a Sanitarian in Columbus County, North Carolina. He was commissioned in the Public Health Service in 1943 and has served in assignments to the State of Tennessee, UNRRA in Egypt and Greece, and Public Health Service regional and headquarters offices. Since 1951 Mr. Miller has been a member of the staff of the Washington office of the Milk and Food Program, Public Health Service. He is a graduate of Erskine College and holds the MS degree in Food Technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.