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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 -THE UTHBR1DGE HERAID Wednesday, March 14, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON THURSDAY, MAUCH 15 Your blrllulay today: Vig- orous effort at readjustment runs through your daily for tliis coming year. To- day's natives have n gener- ally sensuous nature, a tal- ent for making smooth ex- planations. ARIES (March 21-Aiiril Get the small points lined up without making a fuss. Home LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Diet may help spastic colitis life is better, but crowded for the time being. TAURUS (April Social factors rise and inspire you to more effective perfor- mance. Your money seems to buy very little. GEMINI (May 21-June The unexpected is quite likely. Nothing to do but be all ready to move in almost any direc- tion. CANCER (June 21-July Success comes with pcrsist- nce, even though the day ecms to drag on. The young n spirit have many secrets. 1 Dear Dr. Lamb I have been examined by an internist and told that I have spastic colitis. I never had any consti- pation or diarrhea, but I do have severe gas pains, gener- ally later in the day. I was told to eat a general diet and was given a tablet called Mylacon to take after each meal for the gas. This tablet seems to do very little good. I would like tut a fevy of the cosmic secrets that radio telsecopes have rc- 'ealed. Who can guess how much more they can be coaxed o reveal in the 40 years. For example, optical tele- scopes cannot photograph -our Galaxy through all the bulky objects in the Milky Way. But radio telescopes can capture :he 21 centimer wave lengths of neutral hydrogen. This stuff is widely distributed across flat, starry cartwheel, complete survey was and translated onto a The result was the first visual portrait of our Galaxy, ptete with its crowded hub and spiralling arms. Radio tele- scopes were able to scan the hydrogen wave length, right through the obstacles that stopp- ed the wave lengths of light. light through a fairly sma aperture, or peephole. Ligh waves are times shorte than tiie shortest radio waves Hence, radio telescopes uee wider apertures to gather the amazing radio energies that reach us from space. They can be turned and tuned to catch sighs from the sim, hisses from the far Milky Way or thunder- ous rumblings from Die giant planet Jupiter. Thase celestial radio pro- grams may be amusing but the serious work of radio tele- scopes is downright amazing. They work because outer space pulses with electromagnetic energies, including light and X-rays, infrared and ultra vio- let, plus a wide range of radio. Our atmosphere screens out those radiations if their waves are much lo ?er or shorter than those of visible light. It lets through radio waves that range from about one centimeter to thirty meters. Tliis opens out lo the universe a wider window than the nar- row range of light, though light tends to bo more precise. Radio telescopes work singly or in co- ordinated groups to gather data from wide sweeps across the universe. The dala may be pin- pointed and clarified by opti- cs! telescopes. For example, in the 1060s intense radio signals were cap- tured -from afar. They were radiating from 'sources more than a billion times stronger than an average star. Radio tplescooes could plot their general location. Optical tele- scopes pounced on the new data and zeroed in to lake visual photos. This teamwork introduced us to the baffling quasars the brightest and most remote objects so far dis- covered. Some radio waves indicate temperatures. For example, radio telescopes gather wave lengths of one meter from Ihs sun's far out corona. This in- dicates a temperature of a mil- lion degrees. Radio waves of ten centimeters near the sun's surface indicate a temperature of 10.000 degrees C. These are QnestlonB asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Anily, P.O. Box TC5. !liinllr.gton Beach, California 92IUS. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1913) Today in history TODAY IN HISTORY By THE CANADIAN PRESS March 14. 1973 Fred Rose. Labor Pro- gressive (Communist) member of the Canadian Parliament, was arrested 27 years ago Montreal and later was sen- tenced to six years in jail for conspiracy to transmit wartime secrets lo Russia. He was arrested after Igor Gouzenko left the Soviet Embassy In Ottawa at the end of the Second World War to tell Canadian offi- cials what he knew of a So- viet spy ring. Though not subject to deportation, Pol- ish-born Rose went lo live behind the Iron Curtain alter ins release and his Ca- nadian citiiensliip was re- voked. Minister John Dicfenbaker rejected Premier Smallwood's re- quest for a royal commis- s i o n on Newfoundland's labor problems. Queen Eliza- beth Hotel was opened in Montreal. Nations troops occupied Seoul, capi- tal of South Korea. British occupied Sollum, Egypt, afler defeat- ing pro-Turkish S e n u s s 1 tribesmen at Agagiya Feb. 20. Whitney patented the cotton gin. 4HE ANNIVERSARY 5? BALA1 LYICKETS HERE! BLONDIE-By Chic Young MTU THIS COUPON I 6ET-C FIVE DOLLARS OFF OW SEWINS COULDSJ r WE: GET OMB TUOBUaYS SEMTME BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker rt. n'e TO TALK wrnJ TONStlE OUT Ll'l ABNER-By Andy Copp TH6KIKS EN GUSH MEM IS MIGHTV HORSPITTUBLE DO AH GIT TOTH'VORSE ARCHIE-By Bob Montana IS HE DERE'S DER TRYING TO GET LADIES.' SET TO YOUR ROOMiS.1) THE GYM? R. SVENSEN. WHY I DO YOU POSH .WHEN THE DOOR IS MARKED ?w---. HI AND LOIS-By Dik GERMS SHOULD eer GERMS ARE ALWAYS AFTER MS HAGAR Ihs HORRIBfE-By Dik Srown. SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal THAT MEPIONE YOU GAVE ,UE TO TAKE MAPS MY BUGS BUNNY I HOPS YA EMJOY6P THAT AN' ONION SANDWICH YA HAP PER ;