Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THt IETHBRIDGE HERAID _ Wednesday, NovemfciT 8. I9'Z Today you can depend on a Kenmore to protect the lovely pattern on your fine china. Won't 'bake' it away! Fan-forced air drying Excessively hot. diying coils on cheaper dishwashers can cause dinnerware lo lade and crack. It can't happen with this Kenmorc! Warm, Ian-forced air gently circulates up and around all your dishes lo dry them snlnly. Evenly. And (or maximum washing efficiency, this 8-prorjram Kenmorc has a 2-lcvel washing aclion willi a rolalinn upper rack thai washes Iragile stemware rjf'nlly. Scours greasy pols and panr; Ihorouqhly Olher quality features include: Sani- rinso. Dual delerrpnl dispenser. Rinr.c Slainlens sirol pulverizer lhat all pin- rinsing! Cycle mclicnlor lights. Choice of 1L> lo min. drying limo. Automatic power cord retractor. And a beautiful. Maple counter work-top trial's hinhlighlccl with a trim, lighted control panel. 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Cabinet shuffle strengthens Heath'shand By HAROLD MORRISON LONDON (CP) An attempt o move closer to the people n-hile showing a stronger, irmer hand in Europe seems o be the main purpose behind Minister Heath's first u'g calinel shuffle since he ook office two years ago. The six major and 13 minor witches, generally lauded by he national press, are viewed y some commentators as a de- ign for domestic conciliation, rincipally in relation between ndustry and the unions. Peter Walker, 41, successful nancicr and businessman, loves over to (he trade port- olio while hard bargaining olin Davies, 56, previous trade minister, becomes in effect minister for Europe on the eve f Britain's Common Market membership. Geoffrey Rippon, 48, Common arket switches ver to Walker's old Job as en- ironment minister. These moves, combined with he addition of a minister for onsumer solie- or-generU Sir Geoffrey Howe, that Heath is con- erned about criticism of a wid- ning gap between his Con- .ervalive government and the nions and the outcry by con- umers over rising living costs. EEKS CO-OPERATION Announced Sunday night, the changes come just as Heath prepared a government move to restrain price and wage in- creases while continuing at- tempts to persuade unions to co-operate wth the adminis- tration in dampening the coun- try's inflationary blaze. The various changes, In- cluding the surprising switch of Joseph Godber, 50, junior for- eign minister, to agriculture minister, enlarged the cabinet to 19 from 17. The average aga of 53 remains unchanged. James Prior, 45, former agri- culture chief, becomes le.uder. Observers noted that Sir Alec Douglas-Home, 60, rcmairp as foreign secretary. Some com- mentators suggested this signi- fied that British policy towards Rhodesia remains intact and that Healh wants Douglas- Home to continue his attempts to reach some form of settle- ment with the Ian Smith re- gime. The moves are generally viewed by political observers as strengthening Heath's team. Though Britain has com- pleted negotiations on which Common Market memberships I are based, there will be much bargaining at the conference table in future policy decisions and in gearing British Industry to compete for a bigger slice of dp European market. Vitamin therapy shown ;o aid schizophrenics MONTREAL (CP) Schi- ophrenia can be treated suc- essfully in 80 per cent of cases heavy vitamin therapy. Dr. bram Hoffcr told a mental ill- esg conference here recently. Dr. Hoffcr, who developed he therapy, said massive doses vitamin B.I niacin with doses vitamin C, can reverse the 'mploms of schizophrenia, n icnlal illno.ss characterized by early total withdrawal from cality. He said Ilic illness, which fills lore than one quarter of avail- bio hospital beds in Canada, is preventable and curable. Dr. Tloffer said schizophrcn- s cannot nhsorb needed nulri- its from I heir food to counter- excess producllon of nn- an clement of mlr- inlin discovered In llw 1950s y Dr. Hoffcr and Dr. Humph- iy Osmond. Dr. Hoffcr said Hie dcfccl can c made up for by "orlhomn- cular which in- olvcs n range of 111 lamlns, proteins, minerals ori product tho best molecular environment for Ihe brain. DEFICIENCY CORRECTED Dr. Allan Colt of the New York Institute (or Child Devel- opment lold Hie conference lhat; destructive overactivity, "the major sign of most childhood disturbances, subsided when the nutrient deficiency was cor- rected." Ilnlh Dr. Hoffcr and Dr. Colt said determining the types and combinations of nutrients to use is .Mill trial and error, but that biochemical research is under way in Ihe U.S. lo pinpoint defi- ciencies. Dr. Coll sad most children with learning deficiencies suf- fered nutritional deficiency, "The biochemistry of alwut ,10 per cent is dislurbcd In Iho way which Mien- iMxlics metabo- lize sugar and carbohydrates. Most have a history of craving sweet foods." fty removing offending foods a n d siihsHhitmi! vitamins, hypcraclivilv is reduced, enabl- ing (ho child lo concentrate, niminmiicalo and mnke him re- sponsive lo therapy mid educa- tion.