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10A--The Malskoff News, Thursday, April 9, 1981 When we check you car, you won't get it back until we can say those words! Our mechanics /:i!!! i / :i All Popeye has to do to get enough iron in his diet is squeeze open a can of spinach. But the rest of us need a varied selection of basic foods to provide our daily intake of minerals. There are approximately 50 nutrients needed by the body everyday. Eight nutrients (protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Calcium and Iron) are called leader nutrients because selecting foods that meet the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDSs) for these will provide the other 42 nutrients that follow. But numerous trace elements are just now beginning to be identified as important to human nutrition says Dr. Walter Mertz, director of the Nutrition Research Center and the Chairman of the Nutrition Institute of the United States Department of Agriculture. He has researched the nutritional aspects of liver disease and the trace element chromium. In some parts of the world there exists severe medical problems because of the lack of an intake of trace elements. "However, in the United States the problem is one of sub-optimal Hwy. 31 E. intakes, not a deficiency. A well balan- ced diet will easily meet the requirements of these elements," he said. The relationship between trace elements and proper diet is a crucial one, Mertz stressed. "There are elements we know we need that we can't make in a laboratory because we haven't yet been able to isolate them," Mertz said. "The only way we can get them is in food." "Trace minerals are unique," he con- tinued. "In many cases we are talking about elements which occur in the body at the rate of one equivalent to one drop gallons. However, gallons of jet fuel will 707 from Dallas to Rome, terms of nutritional drop of jet fuel, which we representing a trace make the difference in plane makes it to Rome Mertz presented his reporters and health tending the Sixth Press Symposium. WEEKLY Q Producers should be finalizing plans for fertilizing hay meadows, says Wayne Taylor, area economist- management for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Fer- tilizer costs continue to increase and Taylor recommends making fertilizer applications according to soil tests in New & Used Saddles & Tack ps- made to order Custom Made Belts & Holsters Malakoff 1/2 mile from High School 489-1824 order to apply only the tually needed. Taylor says the first very important. The usually the best getting good rains for are much better months. Weeds in the hay efficiency of fertilizer yields. Result ted by county Extension producers in Freestone that the application of a herbicide as late as weeds in the hay The control plot, where was appliced, weeds and 58 percent mudagrass. The treated plots, bicide was applied, weeds and 93 percent mudagrass. The extra quality hay than the cost of the cost of application. Taylor urges all every management to increase production production costs. will go over your car from top to bottom.., completely tune and service your car to perform at its maximum. A78-13 FET: $1 Exc, or IN iers or James MOUNTING! t Trained Technicians: Roy Stewart, David Garcia, Richard Seat, E.B. Larkin. SIZE PRICE SIZE A78x13 4 for$ 99 G78x14 B78x13 4for $119 G78x15 C78x14 4for $124 H78x15 E78x14 4for $140 L78x15 F78x14 4for $150 PRICE 4for $155 4for $160 4for $165 4for $170 FET: $1.55-2.72 il, Lu er Up to 5 Quads 10W-40 Kendall Oil Lubricate chassis Check fluid levels 36-Month 385 amps cold cranking 66 plates Group 24 Plus Exchange Most cars MAINTENANCE FREE! Athens phone 675-5566 303 W. Royall Blvd., Malakoff Malakoff 489-0506 E. Tyler 675-5712 30-(~-90 DAYS Good Used 5 CASH Manager: ',e Sales: Prices Ted Lewis D.B. Piffle