Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 18, 1970 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, May 18, 1970
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rage 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., May 18, 1970 /Vew Process Could Mean Food To Combat World Malnutrition By DAVID LANCASHIRE '· Awoclated Press Writer ··HIGH WYCOMBE, England (AP) -- British scientists announced Thursday they have found a way to turn ordinary starch into a new high protein malnutrition world. Auto Glass '; Installed Harding Glass 1.J15 9th St. Ph. 352-8263 food that could help combat tern from petroleum products or throughout the The development, if successful, means that steaks of the future could be made from po- extracting it from soya beans Researchers here claim their product is new and superior al though thorough tests for human consumption are still three the high-protein level of roast beef or milk. The British process competes with several other projects--in the United States, Japan and other countries--developing pro- developed the process, described t as a scientific break-through comparable to moon landings or he birth of computers. L« SptctacvUr "It is far less spectacular but t will affect the lives of millions of people in many countries." claimed Prof. Arnold Spicer, the company's research director. Newsmen sampled the wonder food, cooked up as beef goulash and creamed chicken, at the company factory Thursday. The verdict? Fairly tasteless but no worse than the cuisine of tatoes or sugar cane, and that vears awav - , . but no worse than the rice diet in underdeveloped Britain's government-backed some restaurants. ,,,, ..-^ -- ... underdeveloped ,, countries could be boosted to National Research Development Corp., said the announcemen could be one of the important scientific statements of the cen tury. The Ranks Hovis McDougal Food Co., whose researchers HL Wholesale 914 llth Ave. Open 8:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Saturday BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVE 3 5 ONLY 95 SQUARE YARD 95 And It's Revolution SQUARE YARD The company said that with a :cw years' development--and it won't be ready for the market 'or five years--the food would measure up to near-gourmet standards. Spicer told a news conference the discovery was a white pow der called A3-5 conlainining 45 per cent protein--nearly twice as much as beefsteak and equal to the quality of milk. Protein, contained in meat, 'ish eggs or cheese, is vital to health and growth and the development of a normal brain in young children. Much of the world's population docs not get enough of it. Revolutionary Things The revolutionary things about A3-5, Spicer said, are: 1. It can be made cheaply in any country from any starchy crop--potatoes, yams, cassava or sugar. Some of these are surplus crops, glutting the world market. The new protein could even be made from the waste byproducts of some food-processing plants. 2. It can be processed into a fibrous food with body, instead of just a powder to add to other By JOE MCGOWAN JR. Astociattd Prw« Writer LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) Even a team of Madison Avenue experts would be hard pressed to keep up with the propaganda campaign waged by Bolivia's Information Ministry. Blinking lights high over this 12,000-foot Andean capital roll out a steady message: "Long ive the revolution, Down with imperialism." Matchbox covers show a peasant's foot stomping on the hand of imperialism, and inform the reader, "In the mines: Revolu- ,ion. In the field: Revolution. One single cry: Revolution." Bolivia's equivalent of Red China's "Thoughts of Chairman Wao" has been published under he title, "Alfredo Ovando Candia, the Thinking of the Revolution." The Information Ministry has turned out a phonograph record Reg. 8.95 to 11.95 Yd. All First Quality Carpeting CARPET 3 Days Only Sale SAVE 40-60-70% AND MORE! BEAT THE HIGH COST OF INFLATION BY PURCHASING REMNANTS AT GREAT SAVINGS Shop Early, Get the Best ««· y Buy and Save foods, and could be made to taste and look like anything on ihe market, from chicken to grains of rice. 3. It can also be made into entirely new foods that taste unlike anything on the market today. About six tons of carbohydrates will produce about three tons of the food weekly in a pilot plant opening here next summer, the company said. Spicer said long-term feeding trials would begin on animals next year and that A3-5 would be evaluated for humans in about three years. with a brightly colored cover showing President Ovando and the words "Until the final victory." The record is Gen. Ovando's speech to the nation after seizing power last Sept. 26. A series of nine booklets have rolled off the government presses, informing the Bolivian peo~ pie, about 75 per cent of whom can't read or write, of the objectives of the revolution. Directing this aggressive campaign is Information Minister Alberto Bailey, 40, whose father was an American mining executive in Bolivia. Led Campaign Bailey led the campaign against Gulf Oil Co. while hej was editor of the daily newspaper Prcsencia. His campaign bore fruit three weeks after the revolution when Ovando expropriated Gulf Oil's properly in Bolivia. A movie put together from newsreel clips and titled "Basta" (Enough), tells the story of Bolivia's takeover of the American oil property. The movie opens with scenes of the army units storming the Gulf Oil complexes and headquarters building. Then, aa workmen hammer down all the Gulf Oil signs, peasants march past with signs reading, "Death to the CIA," "Death to Gulf Men," and "International Conspirator." iScenes show bikini-clad young American girls lounging around private swimming pools and then shift to a line of tattered Bolivian children waiting in line for bread. THEIOCKHORNS WHY 15 IT WHEN I 0tFf SOMETHING YOU CANT PAT OR DRINK __,, YOU CONSIDER IT AN EXTRAVAGANCE?" Seizure of the Gulf property ccupies a prominent position in 11 the propaganda. It has been le only large-scale move by the overnment to dale. The campaign is aimed at eeping the revolutionary spirit live. One of the easiest targets in such a campaign is the Unit- d States, because it is the pre- ominant foreign influence here. One of the booklets says Vashington should make avail- ble $40 billion for the financial evelopment of Latin America nd cease putting its strategic eserves of tin and other miner- Is on the market, because this rings prices down. It calls for epeal of legislation which can ffect the rights of .Latin Ameri- ans to follow the model of polit- cal and economic development which they choose. LONDON -- English butchers ire resisting against joining the Common Market. Louisiana State's football earn had the best rushing efense in collegiate football in 9C9. The Tigers permitted an iverage of only 38.4 yards per Wedding Anniversary and Shower Gifts BONUS FREE foam cushion with your rug purchase, 3 Days Only 501 NYLON a distinctive tip-sheared design. The look is crisp . . . the feel is lavish, rich, resilient . . . brings true elegance to the long-wear, easy-care features of continuous filament nylon pile carpeting. Meets or exceeds minimum FHA requirements. This is just one of hundreds of patterns and colors to choose from at our new location, most of all of which are ready for immediate delivery. 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