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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Outbreaks of Jiifcclion in nurseries increase WASHINGTON (AP) In- fection outbreaks inc-rcascil six- fold in hospital nurseries luiltcd ourtino hcx.'ichlornplHMiu hijlliliig of ncw-honi infants fol- lowing a government wnniinn, jsays a refill relensed The Nniional Cuiilre for Dis- ease Control in Allanta said, however, it still advises against hnlhiiiK tht! p Client. Kerni- Bad WASHINGTON1 fAP) Tlie U.S. Food ami DJ-UL; Adminis- tration lias annoiinciifl Hie ru- ral! tif ca.scs of Imported Danish sardines, somi1 decom- posed because of defective cnn seams. The HJA said here Htwvit cans are estimated by tlic manufacturer, CLupea Canning Co., Nmre Suntiby, Denmark, to rermim on the market. The were jacked un- der several labels, including Ilcach California, Roland Hrnmi and .Silver Kea Hraml, the FDA .said. killer tutlil the of hrain damuf'u is ul. The centre bojian it.s survey afler the Komi anrl Drug Ad- ministration disclosed Dec. Oial baby monkeys baOied for !IO days willi a Uirce-pur-tcnt iiexnchloropticne solution devel- oped brain lesions. lie fore the warning, tlie CHC Kiurl, sluphyLooicea] infcclio-is were wciirrmt; in nurseries in only one, case per birlKs. A mon L; a (irourt of hospitals .surveyed regularly aftenvard, Hie rate increased to six per OM in 12H which clis conlimicd I1CI1 biiUiinu. STUDKVT STARS ItaliTctx P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAY AMD HOLIDAYS 12 INGUS WASHERS Sip li-rjlii waili Lois of hoi, sod lo get .sidiary. ft purported to hold val- uable shopping centres and other real estate in Canada and in New York. 'Die company was Floated In this country in IJKiO but rhaic dealings were suspended by the London vStock Exchange in De- cember "With Dollar said L c v; i s, "we had barristers, counsel and solicitors and in- deed the former director who wore honorable men moved out by what I call these American gangsters. Often they asked for investigation but no action was taken." Lewis claimed shareholders were sent "entirely false pros- pectuses and wrong information and from thst day to this they have never boen given any help, assistance or protection in re'u- ,ion to the false prospectuses is- sued on the flotation o[ the com- pany." Noble estimated that Britain has about companies, in- creasing by sorac a month. His department was under leavy pressure and its officials tried to do their best, aided by expert legal advice "but we cannot act as superman for every discontented director thrown off a beard or every shareholder v.'ho thinks he has j been done down." NAH 101 IN SLAYINGS UMTATA, South Africa CAP) Police say 101 men have arrested following tribal fighting in which 3'i persons were killed last week in the Trvmskei rcs-orv.ition. A GQ-man police strike force with two air force helicopters is searching the Lihode District for others involved in the cla-shcs. About 2GO tribesmen bare died in fac- j tionn! strife in tho Transkei since June 1971. TORONTO (CP> Attorney- jencral Dalton Bales .said Fri- Jay he sees nothing improper n the fact thai he and two eol- uaguers stand to make money 'rorn Jand the Ontario govern- ment needs near the proposed 'Jckering international airport. Mr. Bales said in an inter- view (hat he iiad no idea the airport would be situated in the area he and two others purchased the 09-acre parcel of land in for "1 advised the premier (Bill Davis) arid my colleagues as j soon it cam9 to my attention that the airport inighl be north and carit cf he said, "I had no part in making Ihc final decision, which of course v-'cs a federal decision." He said the property was a "tong-range '1JL is f'oocl farming country and we have a tenant farming corn on he said. His tv.'o partners are Ar- Boccia of Toronto and fierardo Fionni of Markham. The parcel of land is located just off Highway 7 and just out- side the block re- quired for the airport. It is in the North Pickering develop- ment area where the provincial government is buying acres for a satellite city associ- ated with the airport. The government has an ex- propriation order for the Bales property and lie has not yet an- swered a letter from the air- port nte authorities asking him lo sell. "As far as we are concerned we don't want to said Mr, Bales. "But if the government wants to ahead and ex- propriate, well Premier Davis, attending a premiers' meeting in Halifax, Thursday his attorney-gen- eral had acted "very prop- erly." "Mr. Bales is not the mind of man to do said the premier, Federal Transport Minister Don Jamie.son recently esti- mated the cost of land acquisi- tion in the airport area at about an acre. In the purchase price of the property was about an acre." Mr. }3alcs said he told a cabi- net meeting in February that because of his Jand holdings ha did not want to know the air- port .site, "I didn't learn of the location of the airport until Jainieson announced il (March I took no part in the negotiations over the airport site." Dr. Charles Godfrey, chair- man of the anti-airport People or Planes Commillee raid he knew several weeks ago who owned the land. Early Christmas TJOSTON, Ont.