Science: Reconstituted Milk

One thousand four hundred seasick cows wished that they were in a nice Kansas City slaughterhouse. They were on their way to Panama to supply U.S. Army men with a daily quota of 14,000 quarts of fresh milk. According to Dr. Charles Edward North, Manhattan consulting milk sanitarian and an enthusiastic expert, the unhappy cows could have stayed at home. The soldiers need never have known the difference.

To prove his point, Dr. North recently demonstrated for the New York Academy of Medicine a method of reconstituting milk dehydrated by a process he has been perfecting for 25 years. Academicians agreed...

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