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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Martin Jr. enters plea LOS ANGELES (AP) Dean Martin Jr., 22-year-old son of the entertainer, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of illegal possession of firearms and transferring of firearms. Known as Dino, young Martin was ordered to appear for trial April 23. He was arrested Jan. 16 by treasury department agents who said he had in his possession eight machine-guns and an anti- tank gun. Martin was also accused of illegally transferring two of the weapons to a federal agent. Infant formula regulations to be tightened Blood-donating cat Sylvester, a 17-pound alley cat stretches on desk of Ron Blauet of the Michegan Humane Society at Detroit. About four or five times a year Sylvester gives blood to other felines suffering deficiencies such as anemia. By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The federal government is proposing to standardize the nutritional content of infant formula products sold in Canada, to protect the most nu- tritionally-vulnerable age infants. Under food regulations being proposed jointly by the health department and the consumer and corporate affairs department, manufacturers of infant formulas would be required to' have specified minimum levels of certain nutrients, including protein, fats, 14 vitamins and 11 minerals, in their products. The labels of such products would have to list completely the nutrient levels, with the exception of Vitamin K, unless artificially added. And for the first time, such products would also have to state on the label a date beyond which the infant ready-to-use or ready-to-prepare with water or milk should not be used. Expected to come into effect later this year, the proposed regulations are designed generally to ensure that infant formulas are at least as nutritious as the mother's milk they are intended to replace. In a few instances where ex- cessive intake of particular nutrients could be harmful to babies, the regulations would also establish maximum content as for certain food additives, Vitamins A and D, and the minerals sodium, potassium and chloride. In the cases of fats and pro- tein, the regulations establish a minimum and maximum for quantity and set the quality of the nutrient. In the case of fats in infant formulas, the proposed regu- lations would allow from a minimum of 18 per cent to a maximum of 54 per cent fat of the total available Calories. Human milk, according to Dr. M C. Cheney of the health department's food advisory bureau, contains an average of 50 per cent fat. The regulations would allow infant formulas to have even less fat than the minimum, if labelled as intended for infants requiring a modified fat diet. Dr. Cheney explained that some infants do not tolerate fat in their diet very well. The essential fatty acid "linoleic acid" must be present at a level of at least 300 milligrams per 100 available Calories. And long- chain fatty as erucic acid, linked with heart lesions in limited to 1 per cent of the total available Calories. Prints are big and bright for spring print and Plain lenos in cool 100% cotton. Sew a caftan. Make some new sports clothes. yd. b-Flocked muslin. Light and airy stubbled !men-like weave with dainty fruits or floral flocks. 45" wide. yd. e-Embroidered gingham of 65% cotton. Tiny pink. blue, red or navy checks, some with prints. 45" wide. yd. d-Sheer Flocks in 100% polyester or 100% nylon or 35% amel. 65% Dacron in delicate pastel shades. So sheer! 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