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The following individuals received 50-year-member pins this year:
Cactus—Ralph W. Kline, Edward S. Olney, R.B. Sleeth; Chicago—S.R. Jacobson, Arnold A. Kopetz, Gerald Patrick McNeill, Maclyn R. Peat; Dixie—E. Roger Jackson; Florida—J.W. Barclay, Elmer C. Hill, Ben A. Murray, George Schwartzman; Great Lakes— Kathryn S. Haynes, Anna May Schenck; Iowa—Balwant R. Suri; Lewis & Clark—Charles W. Nagel; New York— Karakian Bedrosian, Earl J. Benjamin, Edward R. Chad, William P. Clinton, Jerry Di Genova, Arthur Feldman, Hy Levine, John F. Mahoney, Marvin F. Preiser, Paul S. Smith; Northeast— James M. Blair, Frederick R. Schumm, John L. Secrist; Northern California— Robert E. Faulkner, Vincent J. Kelly, Joseph L. Owades, John C. Weinrich; Nutmeg— Al S. Clausi, Anthony W. Kotula; Rocky Mountain—Jerry S.V. Ting; South Florida—Robert J. Carbonell, Charles Feldberg, Roy C. Hannum; Southern California—G.A. Werner; Texas—William Sistrunk; Washington DC—J. Robert Ransford; Western New York—Robert L. La Belle, John E. Tooke; No section affiliation— Sigmund Folkvord, Bergen, Norway; George H. Goldschmied, Dorval, QC, Canada; Thomas J. Keefe, Toronto, ON, Canada; Prof. Chaim H. Mannheim, Haifa, Israel; P.E. Seale, Brisbane, Australia.
March JFS in print
The March issue of the Journal of Food Science is now available.
It features a Concise Review entitled, “Active Packaging Technologies with an Emphasis on Antimicrobial Packaging and its Applications,” by P. Suppakul, J. Miltz, K. Sonneveld, and S.W. Bigger, along with 52 other papers.
The table of contents for the issue, as well as the abstracts of the papers, can be viewed and searched electronically at www.ift.org/publications/jfs/index.shtml.
SECTION & DIVISION NEWS
Sugar manufacturer Florida Crystals recently hosted 40 South Florida Section members and guests for an informative, pleasurable Saturday tour of a refinery, mill, and cane fields, topped off with a delicious Cuban lunch in the guesthouse.
The event was one of the Section’s most successful. Members learned a tremendous amount about one of Florida’s most important industries and raised more than $400 for a local charity that cares for children of agricultural workers. The Section would like to send its heartfelt thanks to the whole team at Florida Crystals.
by SARA LANGEN