Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THI UTHMBOI HBUUB Tlwwtay, 4, MOTHERHOOD KNOWS NO BARRIERS-Judy, a mon- key who wants to be a mother, perches in a tree with six-week-old pup which she carries with her 24 hours a day. Feeding the dog gets to be dangerous at times since Judy will fight anyone who tries to take the pup away from her. Judy Muse, 15, of los Angeles, Calif., the owner of Judy has put up with the monkey's mothering of baby animals for the past years.____________________ BS1MPSONS-S Bad breath? Brush bacU of tongue VANCOUVER (CP) If you think you suffer from bad breath, brush the back of the tongue as well as the teeth, ad- vises a University of British Columbia dental researcher. For the last year Dr. Joseph Tonzetich has been using a gas chromatograph, developed origi- nally to study the ingredients of industrial air pollution, to dis- cover what people do breathe and what may create a bad- breath problem. While severe and constant bad breath should be investigated by a physician, since it could be symptomatic of some disease in the body, those with just "nor- mal" problems can alleviate the situation partially by brushing the back of the tongue. "If you can do it without gag- ging that said Dr. Tonze- tich. "We have found that a high concentration of the sul- phur type of compounds are ac- cumulated on the posterior area of the tongue." Kinsing the mouth with clear water after brushing should eliminate 90 per cent of the sul- phur compounds and remove of- fensive odors, he said. Until Dr. Tonzetich began using the special measuring de- vice, it was not known what chemical compounds caused odors. ORGANISMS THRIVE "It's perfectly normal for everyone to have detectable odor on their breath at certain times. It is usually noticeable when rising in the morning an three or four hours after eatin a meal. "The mouth is like a mois warm incubator. The micro-o ganisms in it work on tiny part cles of food and then- action, lead to definite smells that w give off on our breath." Dr. Tonzetich hopes to com closer to the root of the problem and its possible elimination b isolating various substances 'an discovering what chemica they consist of. Eventually, he said, stientis may be able to track down dis eases within the body. One obvious example is ter minal cirrhosis of the liver, person with this disease has an offensive breath due to a nig concentration of a chemic compound known as meth mercaptan. Using the chromatograph, tl researcher has managed to is late that compound as well as two sulphid which smells like rotten egg and di-methyl sulphide. In some cases, said the searcher, it may be found th breath-sample analysis is jus as important in discovering disease as is blood-sample tes ing. It is also vital that researc ers discover whether the od comes from the mouth itself originates in another part of tl body, due to anything from ir ternal bleeding to serious sim problems. Jury acquitts defendants in 'secrets' trial case By HAROLD MORRISON LONDON (CP) A jury quickly acquitted the defendants in the so-called "secrets" trial after Old Bailey Justice Ber- nard Caulfield raised questions whether Britain's Official Se- crets Act can be used to muzzlo the press. Freed on charges of breach- ing the 60-year-old act were journalist Jonathan Aitken, grand-nephew of the late Lord Beaverbrook; Brian Roberts, editor of The Sunday Tele- graph; the newspaper itself and Col. Douglas Cairns, Britain's observer during the Nigerian civil war. The jury of 10 men and two women took 130 minutes to reach their decision at the end of the 16-day Central Criminal Court trial which is likely to lead to modification of the se- crets acl. "The warning bark is neces- sary to help maintain a free said Mr. Justice Ber- nard Caulfield in summing up the strange case of criminal ciiarges against a journalist and editor for disclosing the con- tents of a military document marked confidential. "K the press is the watchdog, of freedom and ils fangs are Special! Purchase on Simpsons-Sears Soft-Look Bras! ONLY A soft natural looking fit, that feels that way. Nylon cups lined with airy soft fibrefill Lycra tri- cot frame for support and separation. White. A cup 32-36; B cup 32-38; C cup 34-38. Simpsons-Sears' Proper Toned Fiberfill Bras SPECIAL PURCHASE 1 .99 Designed to bring out the woman in you famous criss-cross styled straps, stretch lycra sides and back. Comfortable adjustable straps. White. A cup 32-36; B cup 34-38; C cup 34-38. CARDIGANS Worth More Than You Pay! AT ONLY 4 .99 Patterned whiz-knit acrylics with a priceless hand knit look about them. 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