ARMY: Good Soup, Good Meat

U.S. soldiers are the best fed in the world. They get better food than 60% of the civilian population, and the Army is so eager to have it taste right that last week in Washington a dozen experts were busy revising an Army cookbook issued only last July. The experts were headed by Mary I. Barber, formerly economist of the Kellogg Co., who went to Washington as a $1-a-year adviser of 0PM and has now become Food Consultant to the Secretary of War.

The experts all agree that Army food in the raw is usually good. But the cooks are often...

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