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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November THI UTHMIDOl HIMALD 91 Corn flake issue New Democrat MP Grace Maclnnis tells reporters in Ottawa that the health department is co-operating with the Kellog Company of Canada to sell cereal with or no nutritional She also made her remarks in the Commons. general command UN peace-keeping forces New York Times Service UNITED N.Y. A calm blue-eyed Finn is the interim commander of a new multi-national United Nations force whose ranks ultimately will reach and whose job is to keep Israel and Egypt from fighting. Maj Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo was appointed on Oct. but neither peace-keeping nor the Middle East are new to him. He had his first tour of duty m the middle east in 1957 with the Finnish contingent of the U.N. peace force that was organized in 1956 and remain- ed on the Israeli Egyptian borders until when Cairo ordered it out. On and off since he had been involv- ed in peace-keeping serving in 1964 and 1965 in where U.N. troops separate the disputing Greek and Turkish but mainly in the Middle East. Siilasvuo started his present assignment with the advan- tage of knowing military men on both sides and of having good working relations with Israelis and Arabs alike. Besides serving as interim he continues to be the chief of staff of the United Nations truce supervi- sion an unarmed truce observer group of several hundred officers and men that was created follow- ing the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict to report truce violations. He has headed U.N.T.S.O. since and was deputy commander for three years prior to that. Those who have known him from U.N.T.S.O. describe him as a professional soldier with a quick grasp of the essentials needed to keep a minor inci- dent from flaring into something bigger and more alarming. He is also trained in diplomatic negotiations. In says one close a good choice for the military-diplomatic situa- tion that exists in the Middle East where the United Nations is trying to impose a neutral force between the combatants. Some who have known him find his manner dry and sometimes but others saying that he has an easy manner. is what we would have called in my university days studying psychology a says Assistant Secretary General Helvi Sipila. He translated the Finnish term as meaning man who leaves an impression of well-being and who is controlled and takes a positive attitude toward Canadian diet contains enough iodine for body OTTAWA which often causes more agony than the cut it is intend- ed to is essential to a normal human body and it seems most Canadians get enough of it in their diet. A report on national nutri- tion tabled in the Commons Tuesday by Health Minister Marc Lalonde showed that the only segment of the population that might be suffering iodine deficiency is about 10 per cent of adult Eskimos. Iodine is essential to proper functioning of the throid gland. It was. tested by measuring the concentration in urine samples taken'from a broad spectrum of the pop- ulation. deficiency or the impairment of its utilization result in enlargement of the thyroid the report stated. Studies indicated that most children and adolescents get enough iodine in their diet. There a nificant of enlarg- ed throids among adolescent girls. cause of the thyroid enlargement observed is not clear. Under the circum- it is prudent to voice some concern and to hope that further research in this area will reveal the etiology of this Despite the evidence in- dicating a shortage of iodine intake by 10 per cent of adult is no clinical evidence of thyroid enlarge- ment among Eskimos and lit- tle among There was moderate thyroid enlargement among the general population as with the adolescent the government hopes further study will reveal the cause. 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