U.S. At War: Comparatively Delicate Appetite

The WAC was leaving food on its plate. Worried, the Quartermaster Corps ordered nutrition experts to investigate. Last week the experts reported that the WACs were doing their best, advised the Army to quit trying to founder its women with regular G.I. rations (potatoes for breakfast, double helpings, etc.).

Forthwith the Army dropped 54 items from the WAC menu, thought it could save $2,700,000 on its food bill.


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