Vol. 39 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 1231 THE 77TH ANNUAL MEETING New York, N. Y., October 24-28, 1949 Hotel Reservation Formn Roonms with Bath Hotels Singles Doubles Belmont Plaza $4.00-$7.00 $6.00$9.00 Governor Clinton 3.50- 5.75 5.50- 9.50 Henry Hudson 3.50- 5.00 6.00- 8.00 Lincoln 4.00- 7.00 6.00- 9.00 Martinique * 3.00- 5.50 5.00- 8.00 McAlpin * 4.00- 7.00 6.50-10.00 New Yorker 4.00-10.00 7.00-13.50 Roosevelt 5.50-10.00 8.00-14.00 Statler 4.50- 7.50 7.00-10.00 Taft * 3.75- 7.00 6.50- 9.00 Tudor 3.00- 5.00 5.00- 9.00 Wentworth * 4.00- 6.00 6.00- 8.00 * The starred hotels which are listed above also provide rooms without baths at the fol- lowing rates: Singles Doubles Martinique $2.00-$3.50 $4.00-$5.00 McAlpin 3.00- 3.50 5.00- 5.50 Taft 3.00- 3.50 5.00 Wentworth 3.00- 4.50 5.00- 6.00 MAKE ROOM RESERVATIONS EARLY APPLICATION FOR HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 77th Annual Meeting and Meetings of Related Organizations, New York, N. Y. October 24-28, 1949 (Note that the Meeting opens Monday, October 24 at 9:30 A.M.) Please make hotel reservation as indicated below: Double Room with Bath at $ ...... per day for ...... persons Single Room with Bath at $...... per day for ...... persons Double Room without Bath at $...... per day for ...... persons Single Room without Bath at $...... per day Suite at $. per for .... day . persons ARRIVING: OCTOBER .... Hour .. LEAVING: OCTOBER .... Hour Please print (or type) names and addresses of all occupants including persons making reservation. NAMIE STREET ADDRESS CITY STATE ........................................................................................ Name .................................... Street Address ............................ City .State Mail Direct to the Hotel of Your Choice. RESERVATIONS WILL BE HELD UNTIL 6:00 P.M. ONLY, UNLESS THE HOTEL IS NOTIFIED OF LATE ARRIVALS Sept., 1949 ASSOCIATION NEWS SEVENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION NEW YORK, N. Y., OCTOBER 24-28, 1949 APPLICANTS FOR FELLOWSHIP In accordance with the By-laws of the Association, the names of applicants for FeUowship are officially published herewith. They have requested affiliation with the Sections indicated. Action by the various Section Couincils, the Committee on Eligibility, and the Governing Couincil will take place during the New York City Annual Meeting. Health Officers Section D. Keith Barnes, M.D., C.P.H., Director, Sidney S. Goldman, M.D., M.P.H., Senior Davis County Health Unit, Kaysville, Utah Medical Officer, Communicable Disease William C. Buss, M.D., C.P.H., Health Officer, Division, City Dept. of Health, Philadel- Kern County Health Dept., Bakersfield, phia, Pa. Calif. Paul M. Golley, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Chat- LeGrand B. Byington, M.D., M.P.H., Medi- tanooga-Hamilton County Health Dept., cal Director, Public Health Service, Federal Chattanooga, Tenn. Security Agency, Denver, Colo. Clarence L. Guyton, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Alexander M. Carr, M.D., Director of Health, Hospital Division, State Board of Health, Bradley-McMinn County Health District, Columbia, S. C. Cleveland, Tenn. James F. Hackney, M.D., M.P.H., Director Ray D. Champlin, M.D., C.P.H., Regional of Public Health, City Health Dept., At- Health Director, State Dept. of Health, lanta, Ga. Syracuse, N. Y. Charles W. Harwell, M.D., Commissioner of George W. Cox, M.D., State Health Officer, Health, Crisp-Worth Health District, Cor- Austin, Tex. dele, Ga. Lt. Col. Edward J. Dehne, M.C. (M.D., Charles R. Hayman, M.D., M.P.H., Deputy M.P.H.), Chief, Occupational Health and State Health Officer and Director, Kent Preventive Medicine, Army Industrial Hy- County Health Unit, Dover, Dela. giene Laboratory, Army Chemical Center, Thomas R. Hood, M.D., M.P.H., Acting Di- Md. rector, Division of Local Health Adminis- Robert Dessent. M.D., M.P.H., Director of tration, State Board of Health, Topeka, Kan. Maternal and Child Hygiene, Cook County Max C. Igloe, M.D., M.P.H., Chief District Health Dept., Chicago, Ill. Health Officer, City Health Dept., Chicago, James N. Dudley, M.D., M.P.H., City Health Ill. Officer, Roanoke, V"a. Lester J. Kantor, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Harry H. Ennis. M.D., M.P.H., Medical Di- U. S. Indian Service, Lawton, Okla. rector, District Health Service 1, Decorah, Roger A. Kennedy, M.D., D.P.H., Director, Ia. Elgin-St. Thomas Health Unit, St. Thomas, Morris Fiterman, M.D., M.P.H., Medical In- Ont., Canada spector, City Dept. of Health, Philadelphia, Charles K. Kincaid, M.D., M.S.P.H., Health Pa. Commissioner, City Health Dept., Madison, John D. Fouts, M.D., M.P.H., Health Officer, Wis. Whatcom County District Board of Health, Wilson W. Knowlton, M.D., M.P.H., Su- Bellingham, Wash. perintendent, Westfield State Sanatorium, Ben Freedman, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Pub- Westfield, Mass. lic Health Training Center, State Dept. of Samuel M. Mallison, M.D., Public Health Health, New Orleans. La. Superintendent, District Health Unit 6, Lenor S. Goerke, M.D., M.S.P.H., Director Champaign, Ill. of Medical Services, City Health Dept., Clarke W. Mangun, Jr., M.D., M.P.H., Tu- Los Angeles, Calif. berculosis Control Officer, City of St. Paul,  Vol. 39 ASSOCIATION NEWS 1233 and Tuberculosis Medical Consultant, City Louis S. Welty, M.D., M.P.H., Deputy State Health Dept., Minneapolis, Minn. Health Officer, State Health Dept., Easton, Clayton B. Mather, M.D., Medical Director Md. of Town Hospital and Health Officer, Col. William L. Wilson, M.C. (M.D., M.P.H.), Greenwich, Conn. Special Assistant for Civil Health Affairs Paul W. McCracken, M.D., M.P.H., Director, to the Surgeon General, U. S. Army, Wash- Maricopa County Health Unit, Phoenix, ington, D. C. A.riz. Mlfred Yankauer, Jr., M.D., M.P.H., District A. Erin Merkel, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Jack- Health Officer, City Dept. of Health, New son County Health Dept., Medford, Ore. York, N. Y. Frank A. Moore, M.D., M.P.H., Director, West Tennessee Regional Office, State Dept. Laboratory Section of Public Health, Jackson, Tenn. Isadore R. Asen, B.S., Director, The Clinical Alexander A. Neuwirth, M.D., M.P.H., Public Laboratory, Newark, N. J. Health and Hospital Consultant, Griffen- Cooper Brougher, Jr., B.Sc., Administrative hagen and Associates, New York, N. Y. Director of Laboratories, State Dept. of Andrew W. Para, M.D., Surgeon (R), Public Public Health, Nashville, Tenn. Health Service, Federal Security Agency; G. John Buddingh, M.D., Professor of Micro- Medical Officer in Charge, U. S. Quarantine biology, School of Medicine, Louisiana State Station, Brownsville, Tex. University, New Orleans, La. David E. Price, M.D., Dr.P.H., Chief Di- Lillian Buxbaum, B.A., Senior Bacteriologist, vision of Research Grants and Fellowships, City Dept. of Hospitals, New York, N. Y. Public Health Service, Federal Security George M. Cameron, Ph.D., Director of Lab- Agency, Washington, D. C. oratories, State Dept. of Public Health, Hamlet C. Pulley, M.D., M.P.H., Chief As- Nashville, Tenn. sistant Health Officer, City Health Dept., Shih L. Chang, M.D., Dr.P.H., Assistant Pro- Los Angeles, Calif. fessor of Sanitary Biology, Harvard Uni- James J. Quinlivan, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant versity, Cambridge, Mass. Director, Division of Local Health Services, Herald R. Cox, Sc.D., Director of Viral Re- State Dept. of Health, Albany, N. Y. search, Lederle Laboratories, Pearl River, Norman J. Rose, M.D., M.P.H., Superintend- N. Y. ent, District Health Office 16, Highland, Ill. Floyd H. Eggert, M.S., Director of Labora- Robert E. Rothermel, M.D., M.P.H., Asso- tories, U. S. Standard Products Co., Wood- ciate Field Director, American Public Health worth, Wis. Assn., New York, N. Y. John E. Faber, Jr., Ph.D., Professor and Ralph R. Sachs, M.D., M.P.H., Health Officer, Head, Dept. of Bacteriology, University of Hanford Works, General Electric Co., Rich- Maryland, College Park, Md. land, Wash. Frances I. Friewer, A.B., Bacteriologist, State Mildred E. Scott, M.D., M.P.H., County Dept of Public Health, Chicago, Ill. Health Officer, State Dept. of Health, Rich- B. Scott Fritz, V.M.D., Director, Biological mond, Va. Laboratories, Wyeth, Inc., Marietta, Pa. James K. Shafer, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Helen H. Gillette, S.B., Chief Diagnostic Lab- Regional Medical Director, Public Health oratory, State Dept. of Public Health, Ja- Service, Federal Security Agency, Chicago, maica Plain, Mass. Ill. Irving Gordon, M.D., Associate Medical Bac- Cecil G. Sheps, M.D., M.P.H., Associate Pro- teriologist, Division of Laboratories anid Re- fessor of Public Health Administration, search, State Dept. of Health, Albany, N. Y. School of Public Health, University of Angus M. Griffin, Ph.D., Associate Professor North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. of Bacteriology, Hygiene and Preventive George A. Silver, M.D., M.P.H., Health Officer, Medicine, School of Medicine, George Wash- Eastern Health District, City Health Dept., ington University, Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Md. William M. Hale, M.D., Professor and Head, Roger F. Sondag, M.D., Director, Bureau of Dept. of Bacteriology, College of Medicine, Preventable Diseases, State Board of Health, State University of Iowva, Iowa City, Ia. Jacksonville, Fla. Laura G. Jacques, M.D., Director, Division W. Carroll Summer, M.D., M.P.H., Director, of Diagnostic Laboratories, State Dept. of Ouachita Parish Health Unit, Monroe, La. Health, Concord, N. H. Waldo L. Treuting, M.D., M.P.H., Professor J. Emerson Kempf, M.D., Associate Professor, of Public Health Administration, Medical College of Medicine, University of Illinois, School. Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Chicago, Ill. l1234 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Sept., 1949 Sidney 0. Lexinson, M.D., Executive Director, George I. Wallace, Ph.D., Associate Professor Michael Reese Research Foundation and of Bacteriology, University of Illinois, Ur- Samuel Deutsch Serum Center, Chicago, Ill. bana, Ill. Thomas B. Magath, M.D., Ph.D., Chief, Clin- Emory L. Webb, A.B., Associate Director, Di- ical Laboratories, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, vision of Laboratories, State Dept.of Public Minn. Health, Atlanta, Ga. V'iola M. Michael, Ph.D., Bacteriologist-in- Daniel Widelock, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Charge, Branch Laboratory, State Dept. Bureau of Laboratories, City Dept. of of Public Health, Champaign, Ill. Health, New York, N. Y. Ruth E. Miller, Ph.D., Professor of Bacteri- ology, Woman's Medical College of Pennsyl- Statistics Section vania, Philadelphia, Pa. Isidore Altman, M.S., Biostatistician, Public Seward E. Miller, M.D., Chief, Laboratory Health Service, Federal Security Agency, Division, Communicable Disease Center, Washington, D.C. Public Health Service, Federal Security Huldah Bancroft, Ph.D., Professor of Bio- Agency, Atlanta, Ga. statistics, School of Medicine, Tulane Uni- Albert Milzer, M.D., Ph.D., Director of versity, New Orleans, La. Bacteriology and Virology Dept., Michael Wilbur V. Charter, I).P.H., Deputy Director, Reese Hospital, Chicago, Ill. Medical Statistics Division, U. S. Navy, Roland B. Mitchell, Ph.D., Chief, Dept. of Washington, D. C. Aero-Biology, U.S.A.F. School of Aviation Antonio Ciocco, D.Sc., Professor of Biostatis- Medicine, Randolph Field, Tex. tics, School of Public Health, University of Janie F. Morris, M.Sc., Bacteriologist, State Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. Dept. of Public Health, Atlanta, Ga. Bernard M. Cohen, Ph.D., Statistician in Irwin S. Neiman, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and charge of Record Follow-up Studies, Com- Chairman, Dept. of Bacteriology and Public mittee on V'eterans Medical Problems, Divi- Health, Chicago Medical School, Chicago, sion of Medical Sciences, National Research Ill. Council, Washington, D. C. John M. Newell, D.Sc., Senior Chemist, Anti- William M. Haenszel, M.A., Director, Bureau toxin and V'accine Laboratory, State Dept. of Vital Statistics, State Dept. of Health, of Public Health, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Hartford, Conn. Isadore Pilot, M.D., Associate Professor of Lt. Col. Eugene L. Hamilton, Director, Medi- Medicine, University of Illinois, and Di- cal Statistics Division, Office of the Sur- rector of Laboratories, Edgewater and geon General, Dept. of the Army, Wash- Lutheran Deaconess Hospitals, Chicago, Ill. ington, D. C. Joseph C. Register, Professional Liaison Officer, Albert P. Iskrant, M.A., Principal Statistician, State Board of Health, Jackson, Miss. Public Health Service, Federal Security William Reincr-Deutsch, Ph.D., Director, In- Agency, Washington, D. C. dustrial Testing Laboratories, New York, Frank V. Jones, Jr., M.P.H., Senior Public N. Y. Health Analyst and Associate Statistician, Henry W. Schoenlein, M.S., Director, Dept. of State Dept. of Public Health, Sacramento, Bacteriology, Difco Laboratories, Detroit, Calif. Mich. Mary A. Ross, Ph.D., Chief, Public Health S. P. Sinha, M.B., M.P.H., Superintendent, Section, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Government Vaccine Institute, Bihar Public Ottawa, Ont., Canada Health Service, Namkum, India. Antoine B. Valois, M.D., M.P.H., Demog- John M. Slack, Ph.D., Associate Professor rapher and Superintendent, Division of and Head, Dept. of Bacteriology and Public Vrital Statistics, City Dept. of Health, Hygiene, Medical School, West 'Virginia Uni- Montreal, Que., Canada versity, Morgantown, W. Va. Irvin R. Vaughn, B.A., Director, Public Joseph E. Smadel, M.D., Scientific Director, Health Statistics Section, State Board of Dept. of Virus and Rickettsial Diseases, Health, Seattle, Wash. Army Medical Dept. Research and Gradu- P. K. Whelpton, B.S., Associate Director, ate School, Washington, D. C. Scripps Foundation for Research in Popula- W. Whitney Smith, Ph.D., Professor and head, tion Problems, Miami University, Oxford, Dept. of Bacteriology and Public Health, Ohio State Agricultural College, Logan, Utah. Engineering Section Gustav I. Steffen, Ph.D., Director, Bureau of George S. Bote, Typhus Control Specialist, Laboratories, City Dept. of Health, New Public Health Service, Federal Security York, N. Y. Agency, Washington, D. C. Vol. 39 ASSOCIATION NEWS 1235 J. Robert Cameron, M.P.H., Acting Director, Charles B. Ruegnitz, M.S.P.H., Director, Divi- Sanitation Division, Bureau of Health and sion of Sanitation, Almeda County Health Hospitals, Denver, Colo. Dept., San Leandro, Calif. Richard F. Clapp, M.P.H., Sanitarian (R), William W. Sampson, Ph.D., Instructor in Public Health Service, Federal Security Public Health, School of Public Health, Agency, Columbus, Ga. University of California, Berkeley, Calif. Gilbert H. Dunstan, M.S., Sanitary Engineer, Charles D. Spangler, Ph.D., Sanitary Engineer, Public Health Service, Federal Security Public Health Service, Federal Security Agency, Washington, D. C. Agency, Columbus, Ga. Charles A. Farish, M.P.H., Principal Sanitary Stanley B. Stolz, B.S., Sanitary Engineer, Engineer, State Board of Health, Columbia, City Dept. of Public Health, New Rochelle, S. C. N. Y. John C. Geyer, Dr.Eng., Associate Professor George E. Symons, Ph.D., Associate Editor, of Sanitary Engineering, Johns Hopkins Water and Sewage Works, Gillette Publish- University, Baltimore, Md. ing Co., New York, N. Y. William C. Gibson, B.S.C.E., Training Special- Meredith H. Thompson, Dr.Eng., Director, ist, Public Health Service, Federal Security Environmental Hygiene, Rensselaer County Agency; Educational Director, Sanitation Dept. of Health, Troy, N. Y. Field Training, University of North Caro- Emil A. Tiboni, M.P.H., S.A., Sanitarian (R), lina, Chapel Hill, N. C. Public Health Service, Federal Security Wesley E. Gilbertson, M.S.P.H., Executive Agency, Washington, D. C. Officer, Communicable Disease Center, Pub- Ralph J. Van Derwerker, B.Sc., Chief Sani- lic Health Service, Federal Security Agency, tary Engineer, Pan American Sanitary Atlanta, Ga. Bureau, Washington, D. C. Stafford W. Graydon, M.A., Public Health Frank L. Woodward, M.P.H., Director, Divi- Engineer, City Health Dept., Atlanta, Ga. sion of General Sanitation, State Dept. of Richard S. Green, S.M., Senior Sanitary Engi- Health, Minneapolis, Minn. neer, Public Health Service, Federal Security Agency, Washington, D. C. Mark D. Hollis, C.E., Assistant Surgeon Gen- Industrial Hygiene Section eral and Chief, Sanitary Engineering Divi- Herman J. Bennett, M.D., M.P.H., Associate sion, Public Health Service, Federal Security Physician, New York State Workmen's Agency, Washington, D. C. Compensation Board, New York, N. Y. Malcolm C. Hope, M.S., Sanitary Engineer, Robert M. Brown, M.P.H., Instructor in Public Health Service, Federal Security Public Health, Institute of Occupational Agency, Washington, D. C. Medicine and Hygiene, Dept. of Public Herman A. Janzen, B.S.C.E., District Engi- Health, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. neer, State Board of Health, Dodge City, Harry Heimann, M.D., Industrial Hygiene Kans. Consultant, Public Health Service, Federal Emil C. Jensen, M.S., Chief, Division of Pub- Security Agency, New York, N. Y. lic Health Engineering, State Dept. of Warren H. Reinhart, M.S., Acting Chief, In- Health, Seattle, Wash. dustrial Hygiene Section, State Health Dept., Lt. Col. Raymond J. Karpen, M.S.C., (M.S.), New Orleans, La. Sanitary Engineer, Office of the Surgeon Abraham Wallach, M.S., Director, Division General, Dept. of the Army, Washington, of Industrial Hygiene, State Board of D. C. Health, Helena, Mont. William A. Legwen, M.S., Sanitary Engineer (R), Public Health Service, Federal Security Agency; Assistant State Director of Malaria Food and Nutrition Section Control, State Dept. of Public Health, At- Virginia A. Beal, M.P.H., Nutritionist, Child lanta, Ga. Research Council, Denver, Colo. Karl M. Mason, M.P.H., Director, Division Elizabeth K. Caso, M.S., Instructor in Nutri- of Sanitation, City Dept. of Health, Peoria, tion, School of Public Health, Harvard Ill. University, Boston, Mass. Cyril P. Maughan, B.S., Senior Sanitarian, Ancel Keys, Ph.D.. Professor and Director, State Dept. of Public Health, Boise, Idaho Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene, Uni- Dwight F. Metzler, C.E., Chief Engineer, versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. State Board of Health, Lawrence, Kans. Henry R. Kraybill, Ph.D., Director of Re- Paul WV. Purdom, B.S.C.E., Principal Sanitary search and Education, American Meat In- Engineer, City Bureau of Health, Knoxville, stitute Foundation, Chicago, Ill. Tenn. Catherine M. Leamy, M.S., Regional Nutri- 1236 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Scpt., 1949 tion Consultant, Children's Bureau, Federal Frederic M. Kriete, M.D., Chief, Bureau of Security Agency, New York, N. Y. Maternal and Child Health, State Dept. of Anne R. Matthews, M.P.H., Chief Nutrition- Public Health, San Francisco, Calif. ist, State Dept. of Health, Baltimore, Md. Eva Landsberg, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Divi- Marjorie M. Morrison, M.S., Nutrition Con- sion for Physically Handicapped Children; sultant, State Board of Health, Jacksonville, City Dept. of Health, New York, N. Y. Fla. Ella Langer, M.D., Director of Maternal and Fred W. Morse, Jr., M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Child Health and Services for Crippled Chief, Nutrition Branch, Public Health Children, State Dept. of Health and Wel- Service, Federal Security Agency, Washing- fare, Augusta, Me. ton, D. C. Donaldson F. Rawlings, M.D., M.P.H.. Chief, Dorothea E. Nicoll, M.S., Supervisor of Nu- Division of Maternal and Child Health, trition, State Dept. of Public Health, Bos- State Dept. of Public Health, Springfield, ton, Mass. Ill. Harold B. Pierce, Ph.D., Professor of Bio- Pauline G. Stitt, M.D.. Director of Maternal chemistry, University of Vermont, Burling- and Child Health, Territorial Dept. ot ton, Vt. Health, Honolulu, Hawaii Herbert Pollack, M.D., in Private Practice Allan C. Thurman, M.D., M.P.H., Director, and Chief, Metabolism Service, Mt. Sinai Maternal and Child Health Division, State Hospital, New York, N. Y. Dept. of Health, Salt Lake City. Utah Ethel M. Potteiger, M.S., Senior Nutritionist, State Dept. of Health, Albany, N. Y. Mary A. Ross, M.A., Assistant Director, Nu- Public Health Education Section trition Bureau, Community Service Society, Lewis W. Andrews, M.P.H., Director of Pub- New York, N. Y. lic Health Education, Wichita City-Sedg- John M. Sharf, Ph.D., Chief of Closure Re- wick County Health Dept., Wichita, Kans. search, Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pa. Jay I. Boxer, M.A., Director, Cancer Service Frances N. Shoun, M.S., Nutrition Consultant, for Industry, Brooklyn Cancer Committee, State Dept. of Public Health, Nashville, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tenn. Lindsley F. Cocheu, M.D., Professor and Di- Horace L. Sipple, Ph.D., Director of Research rector, Dept. of Public Health and Indus- and Education, Evaporated Milk Assn., trial Medicine, New York Medical College Chicago, Ill. and Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospitals, Martha F. Trulson, M.P.H., Nutritionist, New York, N. Y. Rheumatic Fever Research Institute, North- Howard W. Ennes, Jr., M.P.H., Director of western University, Chicago, Ill. Health Education, Erie County Dept. of Helen E. Walsh, M.A., Supervising Nutrition- Health, Buffalo, N. Y. ist, State Dept. of Public Health, San Fran- F. Carol Hunter, M.P.H., Health Education cisco, Calif. Consultant, State Dept. of Public Health, San Francisco, Calif. Maternal and Child Health Section Daisy B. Jacobs, M.P.H., Director of Health Donald J. Bourg, M.D., Regional Medical Education, Peoria County Health Dept., Director, Children's Bureau, Federal Security Peoria, 111. Agency, Denver, Colo. James 0. Kelley, M.S., Executive Secretary Sidney S. Chipman, M.D.C.M., M.P.H., As- and General Manager, Medical Society of sociate Professor of Pediatrics, Louisiana Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, Wis. State University and Associate in Pedia- John P. Lamb, Jr., M.P.H., Principal Sani- trics, State Dept. of Health, New Orleans, tarian, State Dept. of Public Health, Nash- La. ville, Tenn. George M. Cooper, M.D., Sr., Assistant State Margaret L. Leonard, Ed.D., Professor of Health Officer and Director, Division of Health Education, San Francisco State Col- Maternal and Child Health and Crippled lege, San Francisco, Calif. Children, State Board of Health, Raleigh, Yolande Lyon, Public Information Director N. C. National Health Council, New York, N. Y. Anita E. Faverman, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Aubrey Mallach, M.S., Executive Director, Chief, Bureau of Maternal and Child Health, Health Council of Greater New York, New State Dept. of Public Health, San Francisco, York, N. Y. Calif. William A. Mason, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Robert E. Jewett, M.D., M.S.P.H., Director Office of Health Education for Negroes, of Maternal and Child Health, State Board State Dept. of Public Health, Atlanta, Ga. of Health, Indianapolis, Ind. Levitte B. Mendel, M.P.H., Health Education VoW. 39 ASSOCIATION NEWS 1237 Consultant, State Dept. of Public Health, Kirk T. Mosley, M.D., D.P.H., Professor of San Francisco, Calif. Epidemiology, Tulane University, New Or- Leonard C. Murray, Ph.D., Director, Division leans, La. of Public Health Education, State Dept. ot Col. Thomas E. Patton, M.C. (M.D., M.P.H.), Health, Des Moines, Iowa Deputy Chief of Preventive Medicine, Office Beryl J. Roberts, M.P.H., Associate in Health of Surgeon General, Dept. of the Armr-, Education, School of Public Health, Har- Washington, D. C. vard University, Boston, Mass. Jonas E. Salk, M.D., Research Professor of George Rosen, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Bureau Bacteriology School of Medicine, University of Public Health Education, City Dept. of of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. Health, New York, N. Y. IA. Col. Hartwin A. Schulze, M.C., (M.D., Alice H. Sanders, M.A., Health Secretary, M.P.H.), Chief of Preventive Medicine, Community Fund and Council of Social Headquarters U. S. Forces in Europe, APO, Agencies of Indianapolis and Marion Countv, New York, N. Y. Indianapolis, Ind. Harold G. Trimble, M.D., Consultant on Lucretia A. Saunders, M.P.H., Health Educa- Diseases of the Chest, Alameda County tion Consultant, State Dept. of Public Institutions, Oakland, Calif. Health, San Francisco, Calif. Cassie B. Smith, M.S.P.H., Associate Director, Division of Health Education, State Board School Health Section of Health, Jackson, Miss. Elizabeth S. Avery, Ph.D., Health Education Edgar T. Stephens, M.S., Director of Dental Consultant, American Assn. for Health, Health Education, Chicago Dental Society, Physical Education and Recreation, Wash- Chicago, Ill. ington, D. C. Robert B. Thorpe, B.A., National Director of William E. Ayling, M.D., School Health Di- Public Education, American Cancer Society, rector, Dept. of Education, Syracuse, N. Y. 'New York, N. Y. Fred V. Hein, Ph.D., Consultant in Health and Fitness, Bureau of Health Education, American Medical Assn., Chicago, Ill. Public Health Nursinig Section Holger F. Kilander, Ph.D., Assistant Specialist Alice G. Nicolle, R.N., B.Sc., Educalional for Health, U. S. Office of Education, Wash- Supervisor, Division of Public Health Nurs- ington, D. C. ing, Provincial Dept. of Health, Toronto. Edith M. Lindsay, Ed.D., Assistant Professor Ont., Canada of Public Health, School of Public Health, Ruth E. Rives, R.N., M.A., Director of University of California, Berkeley, Calif. Nurses, Erie County Dept. of Health, Buf- Thomas E. Shaffer, M.D., Associate Professor falo, N. Y. of Pediatrics and Preventive Medicine and School Physician, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Epidemniology Section Alan H. Sorrell, M.D., M.P.H., Supervisor Major Abram S. Benenson, M.C. (M.D.), of School Health, City Dept. of Health, Commanding Officer, Second Army Area New York, N. Y. Medical Laboratory, Fort George G. Meade. Arthur H. Steinhaus, Ph.D., Professor of Md. Physiology, George Williams College, Chi- Francisco Borges-Vieira, M.D., Dr.P.H., Pro- cago, Ill. fessor of Epidemiology and Vice-Director, Faculty of Hygiene, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil Dental Health Section John H. Brown, M.Sc., Public Health En- Clifton 0. Dummett, D.D.S., M.P.H., Profes- tomologist and Director, Division of En- sor of Public Health Dentistry and Director tomology, Provincial Dept. of Public Health, of Dental Education, Meharry Medical Col- Edmonton, Alta., Canada ege, Nashville, Tenn. Nicholas J. Fiumara, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Benjamin F. Gunter, D.D.S., M.P.H., Assist- Division of Venereal Diseases, State Dept. ant Director, Dental Hygiene Service, State of Public Health, Boston, Mass. Dept. of Public Health, Nashville, Tenn. Edward Kupka, M.D., M.P.H., Chief, Tuber- Dorothy H. O'Brien, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene culosis Service, State Dept. of Public Health, Consultant, State Dept. of Public Health, San Francisco, Calif. Nashville, Tenn. Col. Charles H. Morhouse, M.C. (M.D., Henry C. Sandler, D.M.D., M.P.H., Assistant M.P.H.), Medical Officer, Station Hospital, Director, Bureau of Dentistry. Citv Dept. Randolph Field, Tex. of Health, New York, N. Y. 1238 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Sept., 1949 Medical Care Section Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. Edith M. Baker, Director, Medical Social Lt. Comdr. Robert E. Coker, Jr., (MC) USN, Work Unit, Division of Health Services, (M.D., M.P.H.), Assistant for Research Children's Bureau, Federal Security Agency, Statistics, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Washington, D. C. Navy Dept., Washington, D. C. Morris A. Brand, M.D., Associate Medical Dana Coman, M.D., A.M., Scientific Advisor, Director, Health Insurance Plan of Greater Office of Quartermaster General, Dept. of New York, New York, N. Y. the Army, Washington, D. C. Edward M. Cohart, M.D., M.P.H., Associate John F. Conlin, M.D., M.P.H., Director of Professor of Public Health, Yale University, Medical Information and Education, Massa- New Haven, Conn. chusetts Medical Society, Boston, Mass. Graham L. Davis, Director, Division of Hos- Frederick G. Gillick, M.D., M.P.H., Chief, pitals, W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Heart Disease Control Branch, Public Health Creek, Mich. Service, Federal Security Agency, Washing- Leslie A. Falk, M.D., Ph.D., Area Medical ton, D. C. Administrator, Welfare and Retirement Harris W. Hantman, D.V.M., Student of Fund, United Mine Workers of America, Medicine, University of Zurich, Zurich, Pittsburgh, Pa. Switzerland Edgar L. Geibel, M.P.H., Assistant Director, Allan Hurst, M.D., Medical Director, National The Genesee Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. Jewish Hospital and Assistant Professor of Ernest B. Howard, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Medicine, University of Colorado, Denver, Secretary and General Manager, American Colo. Medical Assn., Chicago, Ill. Benjamin A. 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Assistant Professor Amadeo Vicente-Mastellari, M.D., Director, and Assistant Director of Community Health Anti-Tuberculosis Campaign, Dept. of and Guidance Programs, School of Nursing, Health, Panama, Republic of Panama A.P.H.A. membership application blank on page. XXXVII Vol. 39 ASSOCIATION NEWS 1239 APPLICANTS FOR MEMBERSHIP The f ollowing individuals have applied foir membership in the Association. They have requested affiliation with the sections indicated Health Officers Section Laboratory Section Charles H. Dowding, Jr., M.D., 831 Cherry, John N. Abbott, M.D., Division of Labora- Denver, Colo., Asst. Health Officer, Weld tories and Research, State Dept. of Health, County Health Dept. Albany, N. Y., Senior Pathologist Samuel S. Fischoff, M.D., 1261 Eastern Park- Libero Ajello, Ph.D., 605 Volunteer Bldg., way, Brooklyn, N. Y., Diagnostician, Con- Atlanta 3, Ga., Scientist, Mycology Section, tagious Diseases, New York City Health Public Health Service, Communicable Dis- Dept. ease Center Luis F. Galich, M.D., Av. Orantes 8, Guate- Anne Blevins, 303 E. 20th St., New York, mala, Guatemala, C. A., Director General, N. Y., Bacteriologist, University Hospital Sanidad Publica Sue M. Brandon, 12 Capitol Square, Atlanta, William A. Harris, M.D., 25 Greenwood Place, Ga., Supervisor of Routine Serology Lab- Potomac Heights, Indian Head, Md., oratory, State Dept. of Public Health Deputy State and County Health Officer, Bernard A. Briody, Ph.D., 310 Cedar St., Charles County, State Health Dept. New Haven, Conn., Instructor in Bacteri- Martin D. Hicklin, M.D., Health Center, ology, Yale Univ. School of Medicine Burlington, Ia., Medical Director, District Michael Charney, 173 Main St., Hackensack, 9, State Dept. of Health N. J., Director, Hackensack Bio-Chemical Norman R. 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Cochran, M.A., 615 N. Wolfe St., Engineer Baltimore 5 Md., Professor of Biostatistics, HIarol(I 1). Rose, 26 Bailey St., Medford 55. Vol. 39 ASSOCIATION NEWS 1241 Mass., District Sanitary Officer, State Dept. Road, San Diego 4, Calif., Nutritionist, San of Public Health Diego County Dept. of Public Welfare Robert P. Smith, 4242 S. Delaware St., Engle- Oliver H. Lowry, M.D., Ph.D., Washington wood, Colo., Food Sanitarian, Denver Dept. Univ., St. Louis, Mo., Professor, Dept. of of Health Pharmacology Joseph I. Sollins, 1073 W. Kensington Rd., Philip T. McDonald, 1135 W. Fullerton, Chi- Los Angeles 26, Calif., Chief, Housing Sec- cago, Ill., Sanitarian, American Institute of tion, Sanitation Bureau, City Health Dept. Baking Forrest . R. Walker, Jr., 4240 Eagle Rock, Dr. Dean A. Smith, O.B.E., London School of Los Angeles, Calif., Sanitarian, Los Angeles Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, County Health Dept. W. 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Y., Physician, Bureau of 78, Mass., Nutritionist, Belmont Health Child Hygiene, N. Y. C. Dept. of Health Dept.. and Nutrition Council Martha L. Smith, M.D., 1489 Shore Parkway, William 0. Caster, Ph.D., 90 Prospect St., Brooklyn 14, N. Y., Health Officer, Bedford Brattleboro, Vt., Biochemist, Public Health Health District Service, Nutrition Unit Mary Elsie Davis, Box 56, Solana Beach, Calif., Nutritionist, San Diego Health Dept. Public Health Education Section Christina Doyle, M.S., State Board of Health, G. H. DeHart, 379 Rogers Ave., Macon, Ga., Little Rock, Ark., Senior Nutrition Consult- Milk Sanitarian, Dept. of Health ant Franklyn L. Delaney, P.O. Box 218, Ventura, Roberto Gandara, M.D., El Rosario, La Calif., Exec. Secy., Ventura County Tuber- Reformita, Guatemala, C. A., Clinician, In- culosis and Health Assn. stituto Centro Americano de Nutricion Lena M. DiCicco, M.S.P.H., 18 Dove St., Ola K. Gant, Ph.D., Box 146, Loma Linda, Health Education, Albany, N. Y., Public Calif., Asst. Professor, Dept. of Therapeutics, Health Educator, New York State Dept. of School of Medicine, College of Medical Health Evangelists Francisco J. Dy, M.D.. M.P.H., No. 9 A Lake V. Jeanette Hamlin, 115¼1 First Ave., S. W., St., San Juani, Rizal, Philippines, Consult- Rochester, Minn., Nutritionist, Rochester anit in Malaria & Chief of the Malaria Child Health Institute Control Division. PHS Christmas Kelly Idle, M.S., 5163 Hasting,s Marv Louise Finnev, 220 Anderson St., Bis- 1242 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Sept., 1949 marck, N. D., Public Health Educator, Helene J. Lieb, 1910 S. E. Franklin Ave., State Dept. of Health Minneapolis 14, Minn., Graduate Student, Ida J. Gadsden, M.S.P.H., 23 East Charlton Univ. of Minnesota St., Savannah, Ga., Health Educator, Chat- Marie L. Lowe, M.A., City-County Health ham-Savannah Health Dept. Dept., Winston Salem, N. C., Asst. Super- Elliott L. Guy, M.A., B.D., 297 Hancock St., visor Brooklyn 16, N. Y., Health Education Asst., Ella T. Lynch, R.N., M.Ed., 20 Marshall Ave., N. Y. C. Dept. of Health Floral Park, N. Y., Assoc. Director, Adelphi Mary C. Martin, R.N., 4019 N. Harding Ave., College, School of Nursing 4 Chicago 18, Ill., Clinical Instructor, Munici- Helen H. Natwick, Owings Mills, Md., Student, pal Contagious Disease Hospital Univ. of Minnesota, School of Public Health Zekin Shakhashiri, M.D., M.P.H., American Mrs. Palma Oliver, 16 First St., Troy, N. Y., University, Beirut, Lebanon, Physician Director, Instructive District Nursing Assn. Dorothy J. Sprague, 59 E. Monroe St., YWCA, Helen Ostwald, R.N., 168 Beach St., Staten Chicago 3, Ill., Metropolitan Health Educa- Island, N. Y., Case finding, New York Tu- tion Program Director berculosis and Health Assn. Gertrude C. Peterson, M.P.H., 7105 S. W. 4th, Public Health Nursing Section Portland 1, Ore., Asst. Professor, Univ. of L. Kathryn Bergholdt, Rt. 2, Box 218, Saugus, Oregon, Medical School, Nursing Educa- Calif., Staff Nurse, Los Angeles County tion Dept. Health Dept. Ellen A. Prier, R.N., 529 N. Martinson, Sister Fidelis Billingslea, St. Agnes Hospital, Wichita 12, Kan., Director, Wichita Public Baltimore 29, Md., Director, School of Health Nursing Assn. Nursing Willma Rose Smith, R.N., M.S., Court House, Mary L. Callows, 518 Fisher Ave., Apt. 5, Bedford, Ind., Public Health Nurse, Law- Rockford, Ill., Director, Visiting Nurses rence County Nursing Service Assn. Elfleda Sprague, Pan American Sanitary Clara W. Curtis, Caixa Postal 1264, Rio de Bureau, Washington, D. C., Nursing Con- Janeiro, Brazil, S. A., Chief Nurse, Insti- sultant tute of Inter-American Affairs in Coopera- Anne S. Tarcher, 1521 Verdi St., Alameda, tive Public Health Program Calif., Public Health Nurse, Alameda City Dorothy M. Dixon, Fort Calhoun, Nebr., Stu- Health Dept. dent, George Peabody College Anna E. Tibbits, R.N., 18 South Perry St., Patricia B. Geiser, R.N., M.S., 1750 Massa- Pontiac, Mich., Supervising Nurse, Dept. of chusetts Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C., Public Health Asst. Nurse Officer, P.H.S.F.S.A. Rossabelle J. Gunefson, 3920 Linden Ave., Epidemiology Section Seattle 3, Wash., Student, Univ. of Washing- Edward A. Beeman, M.D., 2226 Washington ton Ave., Silver Spring, Md., Asst. Surgeon, Aurora Gysler, 15 Avenue Dumas, Geneva, Laboratory of Infectious Diseases, National Switzerland, Instructor in Public Health, Institute of Health Bon Secours, School of Nursing E. M. Fainer, M.D., 116 W. Temple St., Los R. Mildred Hall, M.P.H., 3810 Walnut St., Angeles, Calif., Director, Venereal Disease Philadelphia, Pa., Asst. Professor, Public Clinic, Los Angeles City Health Dept. Health Nursing, Dept. of Nursing, Univ. Irving Greenwald, M.D., M.P.H:, 39 Columbia of Pennsylvania St., Albany 7, N. Y., Assoc. Public Health Virginia D. Hines, P.O. 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Cohan, M.D., 127-02 103rd Ave., Vol. 39 ASSOCIATION NEWS 1243 Richmond Hill, N. Y., Medical Inspector, Denver 6, Colo., Area Medical Administra- Bureau of Child Hygiene, New York City tor, UMWA Welfare and Retirement Fund Dept. of Health George Eastman, M.D., 401 Granite Bldg., Joseph Dollin, M.D., 98-120 Queens Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa., Asst. to Area Medical Ad- Forest Hills, N. Y., New York City Dept. ministrator, UMWA Welfare and Retire- of Health, School Health Physician ment Fund Leo Ginsberg, M.D., 321 86th St., Brooklyn Monroe Epstein, M.D., M.P.H., 2802 West 9, N. Y., Physician, New York City Dept. Oak St., Burbank, Calif., District Health of Health Officer, Los Angeles City Health Dept. George E. Lentz, M.D., 756 W. Market St., Melba M. Foltz, 166Y2 Blount Ave., Knoxville, York, Pa., School Physician, York City Tenn., Asst. to Area Medical Administrator, Schools UMWA, Welfare and Retirement Fund Maude M. Pettus, R.N., 3635 S. Grand Ave., Louise F. Galvin, M.D., 214 S. Blvd., Rich- Los Angeles 7, Calif., Nurse, Methodist Hos- mond, Va., Director, State Health Dept., pital Bureau of Crippled Children Ida W. Rothschild, M.D., 632 West 185th St., Kermit H. Gates, M.D., Station Hospital, New York 33, N. Y., School Physician, New Fort Bragg, N. C., Graduate Student, Univ. York City Dept. of Health of California, School of Public Health Charlotte Singer-Brooks, M.D., M.S.P.H., Sam 0. Gilmer, Jr., PHS, FSA, Federal Secur- P.O. Box 57, Lafayette, Calif., Medical ity Bldg., S., Div. of M & H Resources, Officer, Bureau of Maternal and Child Washington 25, D. C., Hospital Consultant Health, State Dept. of Public Health Julio R. Herrera-Solis, M.D., 9a Avenida Sur No. 34, Guatemala City, Guatemala, C. A., Dental Health Section Medical Director, Instituto Guatemalteco de Harold A. Eskew, D.M.D., Group Health Seguri dad Social Assn., 1025 Vermont Ave., N. W., Wash- Helen Hollingsworth, 2551-17th St., N. W., ington 5, D. C., Dental Director Washington 9, D. 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Smith, M.D., 5998 Peachtree Road, troit 24, Mich., International Representative, N. E., Atlanta, Ga., Manager, Veterans Ad- UAW-CIO ministration Hospital Brn L. Boynton, M.D., Veterans Administra- tion Hospital, Houston, Tex., Chief, Physi- cal Medicine Rehabilitation Service Unaffiliated C. Glenn Curtis, M.D., U. S. Embassy, Quito, Asger F. Langlykke, Ph.D., E. R. Squibb & Ecuador, S. A., Chief of Party, Institute Sons, Georges Road, New Brunswick, N. J., cf Inter-American Affairs Director of Research and Development Lab- William A. Dorsey, M.D., 3705 E. Colfax Ave., oratories 1244 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Sept., St 1949 Robert L. Mack, 712 E. High St., Jefferson James E. Robbins, State Health Dept., Mont- City, Mo., Exec. Director, Missouri Divi- gomery, Ala., Director, Division of Finance sion, American Cancer Society Elizabeth Schilling, 832 Chancellor Ave., Irv- Norman W. Miller, 645 Stockton St., San ington 11, N. J., Superintendent, Irving Francisco, Calif., Product Sales Manager, General Hospital California Packing Corp. James D. Stover, D.O., 615 David Stott Bldg., Edward F. Riedel, 1510 Riverside Drive, Detroit 26, Mich., Director, Venereal Disease Austin, Tex., Personnel Director, Texas Control, Michigan Association of Osteo- State Health Dept. pathic Physicians and Surgeons APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH ASSOCIATE The Executive Board of the American of Research Grants and Fellowships Public Health Association announces the of the Public Health Service for the pur- appointment of Maurice A. Shapiro, pose of conducting field research in sev- M.Eng., as Engineering Research As- eral phases of administrative activities. sociate on the staff of the Engineering Mr. Shapiro's duties will be in connec- Section Project. Mr. Shapiro began his tion with nation-wide research on pro- assignment in June. gram evaluation, position classificatioin, Mr. Shapiro was graduated with a and a time study. degree in biology from The Johns Hop- kins University. in 1941. He also re- ceived a Master in Engineering degree from the University of California. He served for 6 years in the U. S. Public Health Service where his work included assignments with the Georgia State De- partment of Health, the Florida State Board of Health, and 2Y2 years over- seas with the Sanitary Engineering Division of the UNRRA Yugoslav Mission. After release from active duty with the U. S. Public Health Service. Mr. Shapiro served as Field Officer with the United Yugoslav Relief Fuind of America on its public health train- ing and rehabilitation program in Yugo- slavia. A major interest of the Engineering Section is the development of the ad- ministrative procedures applicable to en- vironmental sanitation. Funds have been made available through the Division MAt-RICF A. SHAPIRO A.P.H.A. REPRESENTATIVE ON FOOD AND NUTRITION BOARD The appointment of. Norman Jolliffe, Hugh R. Leavell, M.D., Chairmlan of M.D., of New York City, as liaison the Executive Board, A.P.H.A. member of the Food and Nutrition Dr. Jolliffe who is a Fellow of the Board of the National Research Council Food and Nutrition Section was recentlv representing the A.P.H.A., is jointly appointed Director of the Bureau of announced by Frank G. Boudreau, Nutrition of the New York Citv De- M.D., Chairman of the Board, and p)artment of Health.