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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Better times ahead foturdoy, Novembir 13, THf IETHBIIDGC HHtAlD 27 HOROSCOPE By Jeane Dixon SUNDAY, NOV. 11 Your birthday today: Gives you a long-term opportunity to bring your way of life into balance, redeem long-stand- ing obligations, pursue sell- improvement programs. To- day's natives are impulsive, restless seekers of truth and abstract beauty. AIUES (March 21 April Miss no opportunity to cultivate your social contacts, but linger TORONTO (CP) Three University of Toronto professors have predicted the Canadian economy will rise in llx; second half of 1371, bringing a 9 t-per- cent gain in the gross national product. The over-all GNP for the year would then be about bil- lion, say Professors G. V. Jump, J. A Sawyer and J. TV. L. Winder of the Institute of Policy Analysis at the univer- sity, i They predict that the reccv-1 P ery in economic activity that j OI began early this year will con-! tinue through the second half -i and into the first six months of SlftYlUfi 1972 and then taper off. J c? They also predicted that con- sumer spending will increase at WASHINGTON, Pa. lcx wrangles. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Advice is something to be ta- ten nr given with care and res ervation today. Bear in Government spending is pro- jected to increase at higher than normal rales especially in the first half of 1972 when the government's job-creating mea- sures come into effec! The nearly sur- plus of exports over imports in the first six months of 1971 would almost disappear by the end of 1971 and become a deficit in 1972. Cloud types Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Eva Laszlo, age 12, of Winnipeg, Mani- toba, Canada, for her ques- tion: How are different cloud types formed? A cloud lives only so long and usually spends ail of its life travelling. It changes its form as it goes and no other cloud was ever exactly like it. Be- low it, the solid earth gradually changes its face. The watery ocean is heaved by tides and tossed by stormy waves, but compared with the turbulent at- mosphere, the earth and the ocean are very calm and quiet. This restless atmosphere forms the multitude of different clouds and keeps re-forming Hum as long as they live. Since no two clouds are exactly alike, it seems impos- sible "to arrange them in dif- ferent types. However, a work- able system was devised to classify three major cata- gories, plus a number of in-be- tween types. Cirrus clouds are those skimpy little curly white feathers, high in the sky. They are made from tiny crystals of frozen moisture. Most of them form when warm moist air rises ilott and becomes chill- ed. There the moisture freezes and strews its fine fragments of ice high in the sky to form a cirrus cloud. Cumulus clouds look like piles of fluffy round white pil- lows They are made from a misty mixture of air and minu- scule droplets of water. Their story begins when the sun eva pora'tcs water from the lane and sea, separating its mole- cules into gaseous molecules of vapor. If this moist air gets warm enough, it expands and rises and carries its vapor a mile or more above the ground. Up there it cools, but not down to freezing. Some of the vapor in this cooler air is changed into misty water droplets end a cumulus cloud is born. Stratus clouds are flat, grey- ish layers that hang like veils or heavy curtains over the sky. They too are mixtures of air and water droplets. Rut as a rule, they contain more mois- ture than a cumulus cloud. Their droplets are bigger and closer together. A stratus cloud may form from vapor when it rises and chills, as a cumulus cloud forms. But more often it mind :hat it is probably a little out of context, at best. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Duty, and consequences of your earlier decisions, may compel some actions today that aren't ;o your liking. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. You could be making a com- plete survey of your obligations and your progress in fulfilling them. It's time you get these matters into perspective. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Family affairs need re- vamping and may divert you from doing anything else. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. This Sunday is definitely not a suitable time to air per- sonal grievances. You gain re- spect through dignity and reti- cence. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. You needn't support ad- verse comment by repeating o- reph'ing in dciail. Sometimes there is nothing you could say that would be understood as you intend it. PISCES (Fen. 19 March See that your place is in order. skills and potentials, accord- ing lo your persistence and motivation. Today's natives tend to be proud and have big ideas, with the best of inten- tions. ARIES (March 21 April Make light of the day by start- ing in high good spirits; re- solve to keep it up all week. Embark on new projects with your eyes wide open. TAURUS (April 20 May Take command of your situa- tion without haste or fuss. Do the necessary, but absolutely no more than that. GEMINI (May 21 June Step right up and ask sensibly for whatever improvements you feel you've earned. A delay or a refusal is not final. CANCER (June 21 Jnly Think big, fill your share of the bargain and claim due cre- dit for doing so. This should be an active week for you. LEO (July 23 Aug. You might have to reorganize on the spur of the moment, even breaking habits and local cus- toms. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Do your part while others talk; get a little ahead so you can organize a busy week of last minute rush and pressure. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Independence of thought and mood characterize the day. It's time you drew some lines and defined your territory. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Friends and neighbors get into tight spots which might benefit from your attention. Be sure they really need help. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21 There's no substitute for getting the job done. If it's be- yond youi' own reach, accept or seek what help you can find. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Stir yourself early, make full use of expansive tendencies. Your natural caution slows some of your activity. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Expect appointments to in- clude rather harsh moments. Delays are In the offing too, I KNOW IT'S'kWR SPORT COAT NOU...I DON'T PEW THAT, WT I'VE 60T TO TOUCH IT... ODE ME THAT MUCH. I'M tWBNSW, PON'TVOUSEE? I CAN'T LAST AWCH LONGER.. IET ME TOUCH WXJR COAT., flfflt! f KEEP SET ME ALL TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN THIS MONTH THE PLACK FEATHER, GOES TO THE TRIPE'S MATHeMATKlANlTHATRieiP THATNUM'RAL-Nltary NOUGHT NOOPLEWTHAT SAS5ER! AL60RISTICANT, I NAME YOU INPIAN Of THE MONTH! and the forms from fragments of cirrus or cumulus clouds. This hap- jens because the restless at- irasphere changes the tem- perature and the winds auc naybe mixes a helping of solid specks in the clouds. Cirrus clouds form six or more miles above the ground because there the air is cold enough to freeze moisture into icy crystals. Cumulus and stra- tus clouds form lower down, where the ah- is not cold enough to freeze. But as the winds whisk a cloud along, it gradually sinks. When cirrus clouds sink down to the non- freezing zone, their icy crystals melt into droplets of water. If the droplets are fine, they may form cumulus clouds. Later, their droplets may group together and form larger drops. If the winds are calm, they Mee uia.1 your pmce us m uiutt. Give thought to legal arrange- from all causes except your menta and the, proper (Feb. ]9 March Rearrangements, new financial connections work more direct- ly, put you under somewhat more definite pressure to pro- duce your measure of results. documents, licenses, like. MONDAY, NOT. 15 Your birthday today: Be- gins a normal, fairly smooth year of cashing hi on your (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) Self-drive taxis cure traffic ills MONTPELLTER, France (Reuter) Self-drive taxis that operate on the insertion of a small plastic disc could provide an important advance in solving the world's urban traffic prob- lems. may rest in flat stratus layers. When the drops are big enough and the air below is cool enough, these clouds shed rain. Actually, every cloud has its own life story. It may be made and remade in many different ways. But it always is formed from moisture in the air and changed by changing factors in the atmosphere. The fickle winds blow it around and it changes its form as it meets masses of warmer or cooler Questions asxed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P 0. Box 763, Huntlngton Beac'a, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Studded tires battle rages RED LAKE, Out. (CP Po- lice have laid charges against eight motorists of violating a provincial ban on studded tires. But a group called the citi- zen's committee for s t u d d e d tired has pledged to continue defiance of the stud regulations. The charges, laid Thursday in this remote northwestern On- tario town, provide for fines ranging from to on con- viction. Dr. Michael Glosler, a spo- kesman for the group favoring studded tires, said residents are I prepared to go to jail over 1 them. GOREN ON BRIDGE Ural I named OTTAWA (CP) Herbert W. Bcall of Ottawa has been ap- pointed to tho Knslcni Rockies Forest Conservation board, tile environment department an- nounced here. He succeeds Dr. .1. D. B. Har- rison, retiring after six years as federal government member on the board. BY CHARLES H. GOREN [e w; chlMw Trlbmil WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4K8843 S78754Z The bidding has proceeded: NnKh East Sooth 1 4 Dble. T Wist do yon hid? Q. 2 Neither vulnerable, Bs dealer you hold: AAKQ 4 G 4 What is your opening bid? Q. vulnerable, Bs South you hold: 48 Z VAK1032 The uiuuiug JIB.-, proceeded: South West North East W Pass 1