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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 1H! UETHBRIDGI HERAID March 8, 1972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON striving, excel. ARIES (March 21 THURSDAY, MAUCH 9 Your birthday today: lie- organization is your life stylo for year as you cope with new responsibilities, needs and demands, and potentials. Thoro are busy montlis before you consoli- date activities you want and drop those which are imprac- tical. Today's natives often have some barrier to over- feme, and as result of tlieir April Do the expedient social and political amenities that prom- ise connections and results you need for the future. Skip a per- sonal whim. TAURUS (April 20 May HO: If you are susceptible to mis- takes today, you can avoid dis- traction by tioing one thing at a time. Pause for meditation and praver. GEMINI (May 21 June Ml! Discussing finances with friends generates confusion. Family ventures are in for special pro- gress; nothing which needs publicity, however. CANCEIl (June 21 July Impulses should be gentled by self-discipline, a second thought before you plunge into matters which seem simple at first, LEO (July 23 Aug. Ap- pearances are likely to give you a chance for self improve- ment. Take advantage of the break. Vlltr.O (Aug. 23 Sept. Care and courtesy are rele- The success that comes from a project shouldn't a last minute sideline you haven't worked out. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Today can be taken as a sort of circus, with people scurrying to tend whatever they feel is most urgent. Reach out lo share sen- timents. RCOItPlO (Oct. 23 Nov. Discrepancies in information are inevitable, sudden action could awkward. The excep- tion comes in taking a profit when you can. SAtjiTTARlUS (Nov. 22-Drc. Get working arrangements set for future expansion. Later hours promise much toward pursuit of a dream, emotional fulfillment. CAPRICORN' (DfC. 22 Jan, Try for a light mood even LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heart pernicious Hear Dr. Lamb Can you i I hint; for you to do is find out I THINK AU.THI? ECOUW AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUFF tell me u liy 1 am always so tired? I go to bed tired ami pet up tired, I li.ive boon told that, I have pc'.-nicicus anemia. I was tested Inil the test did not sliov; any proof of this whether you have aticmta or rot rnd whether ncetl B-12 shots or not. That will ivquire bboil examinations and perhaps some other tests. Of course, f don't know that dilion. I have been getting B- you have quoted ycur doctor 12 shots the past four yen f once a month and sometimes mere often. Decides always being tired 1 sometimes Eecl short rf breath little dizzy. I correctly, lull i{ you feel certain that your blood is being tested and have some idea of whether or not ycu have an anemia, 1 Ihink, in- feel like some- (Iced, you should get mother tiling in my throat is choking doctor, me. I have low blocd pressure, It slays around 112 to 110. My ilx'tor does not lot me jp for tests or ;.r.y kind of check on mv blood. He tells me it is TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan MY POSS SENT ME TO INTERVIEW YOOiTlMH-EWEEPS... WANTS TO RUN YOUR STORY Black stars SHUCKS, PERCY; IM JUST A HLIMPLE CCWOKE! NO m PEAM KJTf, IF YOU YA POWNI GOSH] WHAT CAN YOU POSSI0L.Y FINP TO WRITE A00UT LETS JUST SAY MV HOPES OF COPPING THE PULITZER PRIZE ARE SORTA LET IT 60 AT TH AT, SHALL WE? while cultivating serious con-1 not nectary as lout; r.s I get tacls. Steady, and you have it I B-12 rilaoci tests will net' made. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fob. Leave money out of lalks any who are not involved. A discreet inquiry yields sur- prising, useful advice. PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcli 20V. Today's work is an extended investment, producing results over coming Bring to- reveal anything, anemia mil not show up. 1 am thinking of changing cTcr-tors because I iecl so tired all the time. Dear Reader Tn the first plr.ce, if you don't have perni- cicit.> anemia B-12 deficien- cy, there is nol reason for you to be taking B-12 shots. In the second place, if you cto have gethcr a stronger partnership! peniieimis F.ncnva r encourage freer thinking. shots for it, ths om rnd :rage (1972: Ry The Chicago Tribune} The sun's energy Andv sends a complete 22- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Dale Rose- bush, age 13, of Petcrlmro, Ontario, for his question: How much energy is in (he This question may mean ei ther much enerpy the sun one useful way cf telling whether your for Davis SAN JOSE, Calif. (Renter) Black fihn stars and singers raised at a concert here for the defence of black miii- tnnt Angela Davis. Singer Sammy Davis Jr. headed the stars appearing at the sellout show which also in- anemia is corrected or not. h i eluded singer Aretha Franklin by n In fact, it is j and band lender Quincy Janes, verv difficult to tell whether a Davis told a wildly-cheering peiion is aufmic or not with- cut blcod has left, or how much it pours forth, moment by moment. As- trophysicists can estimate both these figures, though the amount of remaining energy in the fiery furnace is based on some guesswork. The constant outpul of solar energy can be computed more precisely. It is estimated from the amount of radiation that falls upon the surface of the earth al a distance of almost 33 million miles. If our sun were encased in a glacier, 39 feet thick, all that ice would vaporize in about a iriinute. This imaginary situa, tion gives some idea of the amount of energy that contin- uously radiates from the sun. Astronomers assume that the blazing star is a nuclear fur- nace, consuming its original hydrogen fuel at a steady rate. Each square centimeter on its enormous surface radiates en- ergy equal to about eight horsepower. Its total output equals the nuclear energy from four million tons of hydrogen every second. These estimates are based on small samples here on earth and traced back to the sun. It is posible to measure per- pendicular rays and figure how much solar energy they shed on a square centimeter of the earth's surface. An average sample allows for other rays slanted by the curved earth, for day and night, and the ef- fects of the atmosphere. These and other figures are computed to give the total amount of en- ergy that the sun sheds upon our planet. It comes to about 126 million million horse- power or roughly horsepower per person. Naturally there is a vast dif- ference between the radiation that reaches IK and the amount poured fourth from the surface of the sun. Radiation diminshes at a set ratio as it fans out from its source. To reach the earth, the sun's energy must traverse miles through space. If the sun were hollow, it could swallow more than a million earth sized planets which gives us some idea of Us enormous surface. These are some of the known facts used to compute the sun's constant outpouring of energy. It sheds energy equal tr> about 3.8 horsepower on every square meter of the earth's surface. Tracing this back, we find that every square meter of the sun's surface must be pouring forth energy equal to about horsepower. Actually, tho earth get.i only one in two bi! lions parts of the continuous energy poured from the sun. tSpectrum analysis of the sun's incandtscant gases indi- cates that about half its origi- Film pioneer dies MONTREAL (CP) Ernest Ouimet, 95, founder of the first movie theatre in Canada, has died. In 1004, started Bio- scope in Montreal, the first ema in Canada. nal hydrogen fuel has been con- sumed. At its present could have done this in about ij billion years. Perhaps it n continue to radiate energy for another five billion years or so. Though astronomers are not certain what changes may occur as the furnace subsides. Some suspect that it may down and burn for another ten billion years or so. Questions asfcen uy cnndioa of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box i55, Huntlngton Beacii, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 13T2) test. Mcst doctors uUI c m ble I There r-e many rcr.sons for being ard sner.iia is only j one. Vcrv often emotional fac- tors nre involved in fatigue. Other times it is inactivity (wiilcli iilsn may a manifes- tation of emotional problems) and it is improper clict. Less often it is from physi- Fatigue is a sign of many different disecses. It covers the gamut, from tuberculosis to Void A Q 10 WEST K V VoM 0 Void K J7 EAST !0