Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 249, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 18, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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OUR NEW BTORAOE IB ABOUT COMPLETE
Federal and State Licensed and Bonded
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Despite the fact that domestic wool
.production- nvyiag.s annually less
tiittn tm total annual U. S. require-
■ iqui.ts, wool ;:.4^pligb available n
■ Au, Lruiia, TsoW Zealand, sJuth Afri
co, Angt ntina and Uruguay arc morel
-than sufficient to meet the U. S. re-1
quire meats . • •v'erod—?ntp-
ping facilities r-main unimpaired, —
During ,lfti*.»-4p, wooi i imported fro:u
Arce. ti S? v . .. Btrcr South' Airi-
ta totalled _i -'uiBiidn. , uuqds. Tills ;
amount will be itugmemed in 11*41 by I
a large proportion of the 180-iiiillion j
pounds which, prior to the outbreak.
of the war and the consequent lir it-)
.ish blockade, was imported from!
South America "by countries in the
- Axis area 4n addition there will also
be available for L. S. consumption, ini
the event of ex reme emergency, the I
250-million pound*. of Australian!
V. ool HOW being stored in warehouses
throughout tk* country as a strategic
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will have a potential supple «f man •
than 60C-million pounds. If domestic j
production this year equals the record j
' 1940 production of approximately!
l.‘><'-million pounds of shorn and pulled
l wool,- there will be available more
than one billion pounds . for U. S.
ntede. During the first quarter of
1941, about 50-million pounds of the
Australian strategic reserve wool
were received in this' country.—Junc-
emergency wiH be discussed at the
National Nutrition Conference for
Defense in Washington, May 26-28.
Studies show that the American peo-
ple eat enough but not always the
right kinds of foods. Russell Wilder,
director of general medicine for the
Mayo Clinic, said recently that
changes in American food habits
which took place about 60 years ago
have resulted in the poorest national
diet in history, and may already have
produced Some permanent physical
Major faults in present-day diets
are said by competent authorities to
be the use of white flour, which con-
tams Only 54 per cent.of the vitamin
content of whole wheat; the increased
use of refined sugar which contains
no vitamins or minerals at all; and
the wide use of refined fats which
arc deficient in vitamins. -The white
flour deficiency is being corrected
-by the nulling of vitamin-enriched
flour which is> a fairly' satisfactory
substitute for whole wheat.
Government bulletins show that
milk, eggs, meat, fruit and the leafy^
vegeta bhs are the best natuial
sources of vitamins ami minerals, vit-
al to the human body. Provision of
these articles of diet for the lower-
income group received government
aid is being made through the food
stamp plan and the WPA school lunch
programs. .It is estimated that leas
poor food habits.
The large number of draft rejec-
tions in Texas of young men be-
tween the ages of 21 and 85 years,
who lacked the required number of
teeth, illustrated the consequences of *
bad food habit*. Poor bone forma-
tions and bad teeth resuK from a
Isck of calcium and Vitamin D in
the diet of earlier years.—Star Tele-
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but rather to improper "diet or bad
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The probhms of diet and national
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Trout, H. I. Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 249, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 18, 1941, newspaper, June 18, 1941; Graham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888182/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.