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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Wednesday, January 20, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon THURSDAY, JAW, 21 Your birthday today: The unexpected is the norm for you in this promising year of diligent work. You will build new resources, increase earning capacity. A setback stimulates you to redevelop, conquer, or by-pass the hindrance. Emotional connections either become very meaningful or dwindle. Of today's natives, the woman are quite sociable, c o-operative, the men generally adverse to close social contact. Ne- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Ulcer is end product of mind and emotions Did you know that the amount of acid digestive juice manufactured by the stomach is influenced by your brain? This is why the brain and emotions can induce ulcers. A nerve (vagus) from the brain to the stomach, stimulates the stomach to manufacture hydrochloric acid and pepsin (used to digest meat and other proteins). The smell of fresh-baked bread, the sight of a steak just off the grill or flunking about your favorite dessert sets off a signal to stimulate the flow of digestive juice. The stomach may produce over a cupful of acid-pepsin juice while anticipating food. Well over a quart of acid-pepsin juice is formed each day. An attractive table, a roaring fire in the fireplace, soft music and good companions all enhance the flow of digestive juice or "whets the appetite." An unattractive table or unappealing food has the opposite effect. The gourmet is right when he insists on the little touches that go along with food to enhance the appetite as well as the enjoyment. The emotions affect the stomach through the vagus' nerve. With sudden fear or anger the stomach lining becomes pale because of decreased blood flow and the flow of digestive juices slows or stops. The opposite effects' are observed if anger, hostility or anxiety are prolonged. It is the persistent, long-term stress that causes an excess flow of acid juices. The stomach becomes a mirror of the mind and emotions. Food in the stomach increases the flow of digestive juices. Many fluids pass almost directly through the stomach to the intestine. Solids accumulate in the centre of the stomach. The muscles in the wall of the stomach contract in a rhyth mic fashion, squeezing the solids against the outlet portion of the stomach, then relaxing and squeezing again. This creates a churning mechanism. No solids are allowed to pass into the intestine. Once the food i� in a liquid or semifluid state the valve at the outlet of the stomach opens just enough to slowly empty the stomach contents into the first portion of the small intestine- the duodenum. Certain foods inhibit the stomach from emptying. A very fatty meal may remain in the stomach for hours'. Proteins are emptied more rapidly but not so rapidly as carbohydrates. Cold food slows the action of the stomach. Stimuli from the brain that cause the flow of digestive juice also stimulate the stomach to more rapid and forceful contractions. Thus, both the flow of digestive juice and the contents of the stomach are in' fluenced by the brain. As long as the food remains in the stomach, the small intestine is protected from the acid semifluid material. The stomach that empties rapidly is constantly squirting its acid contents out against the inner wall of the duodenum where most ulcers are located. Factors that influence how much acid digestive juice is formed and how rapidly the stomach empties are very important in causing ulcers. ither is likely to let anybody tell them what to do. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Your judgment in buying tools, appliances, small objects proves sound. Offer reasons for people to help, and they will. Visit people who can do business with you. TAURUS (April 20  May 20): You make rather good deals now; settle promptly while these conditions last. Do something different for recreation, take along your mate or an old friend. GEMINI (May 21  June 20): Establish a broad range of cooperation - get more people in the habit of working with you, share the feeling of effective activity. Spruce up your home a bit. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Young people attract and deserve your attention. Wearing your best clothes, a new style of grooming do marvels for your morale, may help you put over a better deal. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): Make the most of your personal appearance. A brief rest (perhaps for meditation) in the middle of the day adds energy, friends are off schedule but fun and lively. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Good news is on the way, some exciting changes of opinions You can go into projects that seemed extreme not so long ago, and find it's nearly rou tine. LIBRA (Sept. 23  Oct. 22V U.S. tests show drugs ineffective You learn that affluent people are human beings with the same essential qualities as others. Go directly after what you really want, without worrying about side-issues or pride. SCORPIO (Oct. 23  Nov. 21): Try to persuade people to see things your way. You have changes and rearrangements to make, some inconvenient, at the moment but to your future advantage. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): If lisc'in carefully now, without making a fuss, you find an extra advantage from knowing something most others don't. Your favorite charity can make good use of your excess possessions. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 . Jan. 19): Lining up matters in the morning saves a great deal of inconvenience later. Conferences 'with friends bring you some helpful ideas. The evening is for study. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20  Feb. 18): A delicate balance tips in your favor now. Be tactful and graceful as you help it swing further. Pursue career ad-vancement. Investment in working equipment pays off well. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Demand improvements where you feel you deserve them. Negotiations are javored now. Younger people provide tern porary minor crises which later turn out humorously. 1971, Newsday, Inc. 1 WAS SOINS TO BEEPMOU, BUT I DON'T REALLY HAVE 71ME...PERHAB5 SOME OTHER MV,. lANCElOT-By Colter A Ponn THE SNOW WITHOUT NASSINS HIM"? � has provided the Stunf lower uiith a Stunning ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal ATA president 111 running RED DEER, (CP) - Ivan Stonehocker, 52, Alberta Teach-ors Association president, announced here he will seek the Social Credit party's nomination for Lacombe constituency. Mr. Stonehocker, in a telephone interview from Edmonton, said he "definitely will be a candidate" at a nominating meeting scheduled March 24 in Lacombe. The seat now is held by Mines Minister A. R. Patrick who has indicated he will not in a practical \ seek re-election. , HE REMINDS ME VI [ OF A CREDIT CARD. \l BUGS BUNNY system cf symbiosis. j Mr. Stonehocker lives in Ed � "  nionlon, owns property in La- Thc miniature world- of bac- ' combe and is listed on the staff leria is populated with a vast ! of Rimbey High School in the variety oi organisms and biolo-1 constituency. USE CAUTION WHEN DRIVIN' IN HEAW TRAFFIC... URKi APPLY STEADY, EVSN PRESSURE ON BRAKES WHEN COMIN'T'ASTOP to* ;