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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID - Tuwdoy, January 1�, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20 Your birthday today: The Sun moves into Aquarius at 12:14 PM, E.S'.T. Babies born before that minute are Capri-corians, those born afterward are Aquarians. The time this change happens differ from year to year. Both Capricor-nians and Aquarians born today are confronted with broad challenges: What are you as a spiritually growing human being, and how much can you improve yourself and your world? Today's LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D Mans ulcer is wound inflicted by his phyche Is there an "ulcer personality"? Since at least one out of three men have ulcers, their personality characteristics must be very common. Prolonged stress, emotional frustration and anxiety increase the acid-pepsin digestive juice and stomach contractions which often results in peptic ulcers. Because ulcers are about 10 times as common in men as in women, it follows that men must be subjected to more anxiety and emotional stress or are less able to tolerate it. In treating a peptic ulcer it is important to minimize or remove psychic stress. A man may need a new job with less stress. It may be necessary to get away from "the boss" who causes ulcers but doesn't have them. Often the problem is prolonged frustration and anxiety caused by trying too hard to achieve goals beyond the man's capability. Here is where the wife can often help. If she doesn't ask too much, her husband won't overreach his ability. When the goals, the need for money and the unending daily activities keep expanding, even the most capable man begins to feel chronic frustration in not being able to attain his goal. Anxiety, loss of self-esteem, burning in the stomach and ulcers may follow. Modern society is geared to limitless expansion of demands. Before 1900 there were reasonable limits and men had few ulcers. It is often (but not always) true that behind the man with an ulcer is a woman. When you start having burning or stomach pain between meals, relieved by eating, it is time to change your way of life. Nonstressful relaxation and reappraisal of goals and re- Bridge results Ladles Wednesday Club, January )3 1. Mrs. M. J. Grant and Mrs. K. W. McLean; 1. Mrs. B. Nllsson and Mrs. V. Martin; 3. Mrs. G. Red. tern and Mrs. W. L. Waters. Hamilton Wednesday Club, January 13 1. B. Nllsson and E. Fox; 2. K. MIL ter and B. Seaman; 3. J. Landeryou and Mrs. M. G. Grant. Hamilton Thursday ACBL Night January 14 1. Mrs. P. McLean and Mrs. M. Barrow; 2. Mrs. J. Whimster and Mrs. D. Cranston; 3. B. Nllsson and R. Santa. Hamilton Friday Club, January li N.S. 1. C. W. Chichester and E. Goodman; 2. 0. Soice and Mrs. A. Topping; 3. K. Oliver and M. Yoshl-hara. EW. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Hodgeson; 2. R. Santa and D. Marshall; 3. H. Balcovske and R. Woblck. sponsibilifies become a must. If there is more work than you can accomplish and lead a normal life, insist that your responsibility be decreased. This could mean an assistant or reorganization of your work requirements. Find things to do that get you away from the job. If the stress is too many additional responsibilities at home after a stressful day at the office, then repianning of the home environment is essential. It is better to hire help than pay doctor bills. A person can often identify the major source of his stress. If it is in the office, he can feel his stomach churning when he arrives but if it is at home he can feel tightening and anxiety when he returns. Although there are many other factors in treating ulcers, avoiding stress can't be overemphasized. No doubt emotional stress is society's biggest contribution to the sudden increase in peptic ulcers and specifically for its common occurrence in men as opposed to women. Given enough prolonged stress, even the strongest, most able person will begin to burn, then ulcerate and finally bleed. Man literally becomes wounded by the psyche - not because of his personality but because of a mismatch between his stress and his level of tolerance. Attack vicious says judge EDMONTON (CP) - Two men were each sentenced to 16 months in jail for what the judge said was a "cowardly and vicious" attack on a police officer. Paul Joseph Desjarlais, 25, and Howard James Atkinson, 19, were charged following an incident Nov. 29 when a constable was kicked in the stomach, back and head and had to remain in hospital several days for treatment. The incident occurred after a scuffle in which a pawn shop window was broken. FUNDS EARMARKED MASERO, Lesotho (AP) - The National Development Corp. announced that $140,000 has been set aside to establish a diamond-cutting plant here. An unidentified Israeli firm is reported ready to help build the factory. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN re tf/li lr Tat Cluu* Trifcml Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH 4 Jit ^ KM O Q97I * AK31 WEST CAST A K 10 * A181� : Get out early, catch up on the latest news. It's a deal-making day in business and many career-fields. You may have to improvise some social arrangements. 1971, Ncwsday, Inc. SOMETIMES YOU WIN,, 7~ ^SOMETIMES YOU lO&J u y 0 -i THE Doctor. I'LL BE HAPPV IF I JUST MAKE THE PLAYOFFS LANCELOT-By Cokar * Penn IT'S A NICE PA lopoda. The camels belong in another family of a different suborder. But the unrelated horses belong in an entirely different order. Until the turn of this century, zoologists supposed that the unique giraffes were the only living members of their family. Then the okapi was discovered, deep in the dark African jungles. At first he was thought to be some sort of horse. But'the mule-sized crea^ ture did not have the right teeth, hooves and several other essential features to qualify in the horse family. More detailed investigations proved him to be a rightful member of the previously exclusive giraffe family.    The okapi does not have the long neck or the surface mark- ings of his giraffe cousins. But he does have their unique skin-covered bony horns. He also shared a number of other basic family features, including long front legs that give him a sloping back, specialized chewing teeth and a grace f u 1 pacing gait. The giraffe cousins all pace by alternating the two right feet forward, then the two left feet. Andy sends a World Book Globe to Wendy Cropf, age 10, of Lititz, Pennsylvania, for her question: Why isn't Greenland a continent? The geographers of long ago decided that a piece of land had to be very big to qualify as a continent. They did not say exactly how big, but Greenland did not qualify. This seems odd because on a flat map of the world, Greenland looks as big as Australia. Both are islands, but Australia is a continent and Greenland is not. Actually Australia is about three and a half times bigger than Greenland. A globe gives a truer picture because the world is actually a round ball. A flat map shows the longitudes as straight parallel lines. A globe shows that they are widest apart at the equator and taper together to meet at the poles. Maps are outlined to fit the latitudes and longitudes. But when these lines are stretched out of their true shapes, they make lands near the poles look bigger than they really are. Greenland is in the far north and a flat map stretches its size. On a globe, you see that it is only about three times as big as Texas. It does not qualify as a continent, but Greenland really is the world's biggest island. Questions asfced by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beacb, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Arabs demand better police protection NEW YORK (Re u ter) - Angry Egyptian officials demanded better police protection for their diplomats Monday after a bomb attack Sunday niyht burned out the front door of the Egyptian mission to the United Nations. A mission spokesman said there were no police in front of the mission at the time of the blast, although there always are in normal circumstances. Because of the current police strike the city has been hard pressed to provide protection for diplomatic missions. Special federal police have been brought in from Washington to bolster security at diplomatic buildings. BE6TLE BAILEY-By Mori Walkor iOO BEEN/ J TZOCKV? / III ABNER-By Al Copp ARCHIE-By Bob Montana ,MtSS IS THIS HIGH SCHOOL OR A PAJAMA PARTY?/ THIS VS ^| JHE NEW PANTS. A SUIT/ H EVEKVDNEJ IS WEARIN6 THEM.' ., ALL^WHAT WOULl3 MEN IT LOOK UKEI *4ERS/ IF Z J ^* WORE A 1 YES THE------. TEACHERS/ WORE A^ SKIRT Ifi HI AND LOIS-By Difc Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Noal GOLLV 1 DiDNT KNOW BUGS BUNNY BUT THE PSYCHOLOSICAL MOTIVATION OP THE MAIM CHARACTER SHOULD HAVE? BEEN MAXIMIZE? TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE BASIS FOR HIS LATER MENTAL ABERRATIONS.'J jtkeOHOUL : . IN TM� * GARRET ;