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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ask Andy November THI LITHWUOOE HIHACO t INDIAN TURNIPS Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Deborah age of North for her What are Indian The early settlers called the people they met in the New World Indians and named many plants for them. In Colonial com was called Indian corn and Indian shamrock was the purple trillium. The candlenut was called Indian walnut and the lovely lupine was Indian beet. Dutchman's breeches was called Indian boys-and-girls and the older name for Jack- in-the-pulpit was Indian tur- nip The Indian turnip sounds as if it should have roots somewhat like turnips and it does. But they are NOT good to eat. most people call it Jack-in-the-pulpit In early it puts on a flower arrangement that looks for all the world like a small preacher standing inside a fancy topped with a leafy canopy. Nobody knows why the stiff little preacher was named Jack. The pretty wild plant grows in moist woods and marshy thickets all the way from Nova Scotia to the Gulf of Mexico and westward as far as Minnesota. AH summer it made and stored food in its so that it could get an early start in the spring. As soon as winter is up pop the each one topped with a neat group of three green-green leaves Then from the centre comes a straight stem by about turns into Jack-in-the- pulpit. The top of the stem becomes the poker stiff preacher It is covered with tiny which may be male or female. This is called the spadix. The pulpit is called the spathe. It is shaped like a leafy with its base at- tached to the stem below the spadix. At the wide open end at the one side of the spathe reaches way up and over like a graceful canopy above the preacher. Though the pulpit is streak- ed with greens and pretty it is hot a petal and the flowerets on the preacher have no true petals. Gnats and other flying insects slide into the slippery pulpit and help to transfer pollen from male to female flowerets. From through May and the preacher may be seen in his pulpit. Then the seeds ripen. As the spathe a round ball of bright red berries appears at the top of the spadix. Some birds eat the leaves and berries and naturally we refuse to steal the food that Mother Nature provides for her wild creatures. Nor can we eat Jack-in-the- pulpit's turnip because it con- tains a very bitter poison. Some say it loses its flavor and its poison when boiled but we don't want to eat that either. In Colonial mothers used the bitter juices as cough medicines but our modern cough medicines taste better and work better. asked by child- ren of HwaM readers should be malted to Ask P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. WASHING TIP Wash cast-iron cooking utensils with soap suds instead of a synthetic detergent to protect surface and prevent rusting. Goran on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN TM Tram BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. l Neither as South you OAQ14 The bidding has West North East Sooth 1 V Pass 2 Pass Pan 2 Pan What action do you A. You can hardly hope partner li limply competing for part and he It already bidding on he to find In your hand. If he were itronf enough to want to probe for a he would have acted over the one heart opening when It would have been a ilmpte matter to overcall one ipade. Q. As you 4A107C52 03 The bidding has South West North East 1 A Pass 2 Pass What do you bid A. A simple rebld of two ipades It recommended. la tuperlor to an Immediate raise to three for if partner were then to bid three no trump at his next you would not be sure whether that Is the correct spot or whether the hand should be played In a black suit. q. 3 East-West vulner- as South you 6AJI5 03 The bidding has East South West North 1 0 Pass 2 4k Pus 4 4k Pass 5 Pan What do you bid Six ipadec. The Key to the hind Is the singleton diamond If partner has six to the king and the ace of 11 'rr-a can be counted. If he has I five-card spade he prob- ibly has both heart honors to justify his Jump and cue-bid try tor dam. Even If partner doesnt hive the king of It Is a near certainty that a finesse thru who opened the bidding. will succeed. Q. Neither as South you 01M2 4kKQJ The bidding has Vorth East Sooth West 1 4k Pass 1 NT Pass A Pass What do you bid Three Something nuit be done to for he discouraging nature of your Ifit now that you have earned that your high-card LI'L values fit exceedingly well with Partner's hand. Since he has shown a distributional your 4-1-9-3 shape Is no great rgame prospects are bright and partner should be alerted. A mere two spades'-Would be grossly Inadequate. Q. you 062 Your partner opens with two hearts. What is your hearts. The double raise of a demand bid li a spe- cialized response which promises good trump support but no spe- cial high-card strength. It denies possession of an a a singleton or a void. Q. as South you 4A3 OA6S2 The bidding has West North East South 10 I Pass What do you diamonds. You should make It here and that your fide belongs In game. The process of determining the final contract can follow thereafter. A bid of two would not be forcing and a jump to three hearts would be placing too great an emphasis on the heart suit when you have all-round strength. Q. as South you 3 OK 3 The bidding has West North East South 1 0 Pass Pass What action do you no trump. You have the values to make a reopening takeout but this action cannot be recommended because of your shortness In the spade suit in which partner Is most likely to respond. In this a reopening bid of one no trump shows a hand In the IMS point and not 1C-1S as In the direct position. With that big a hand you would first double and then bid no trump. Q. you 4kQlt74 The bidding has North East Sooth West 1 4k Pass 2 V Pass 3 Pass What do you bid hand the equiva- lent of an opening bid. With a known fit opposite a partner who has opened and then Jump rebld his a slam should be con- templated. Asking for might not elicit the Information you require. A dam saggMUon by a raise above game to five could convey clearer Your horoscope NOV. 13 birthday Converting intangibles into materially useful form is a major challenge. Your ex- tended sensory percep- Uveness is bound to increase this year. Today's natives have strong aptitudes for are often leave home mainly for the joy of retur- Zl-April Much of today's discussion is devoted to touchy subjects. Be careful about how you approach difficult questions. Seek a change of mood and scene for later in the day. TAURUS it-May To your point of view soon becomes so forget about explaining in the first place. GEMINI 21-June Having money on your mind hinders your in getting hold of or keeping it. Make a short-term and stick to it. CANCER 21-Jnly Just when things seem to be flowing you en- counter obstacles. Success depends on how you react to pressure. LEO 23 Aug. Responsibility descends upon you from all including some not rightfully yours. You have little support where you'd expected it. VIRGO 23-Sept. Nothing is to be gained by forcing issues. What will brine results is hard and patience. LIBRA 2J-Oct. It's not so much what you'd like to do as it is what you must do. Your free will is mainly a matter of how you choose to react. SCORPIO 23 Nov. Leave behind cumber- some bad un- productive attitudes. Let peo- pie handle their own problems. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Being clear-cut in your adherence to well-set plans is your-main path to success now. Extra expense arises from the folly of friends. CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Stand your ground but take no initiative except to counteract where you choose to do so. AQUARIUS 20-Feb. While waiting for people to supplies to etc.. use your time for plann- ing distant objectives. PISCES 19-March Your feelings come on in a only to meet crosscurrents. Pull yourself and wait until you have people's full attention. The Chicago Tribune WOULD I JUCT ADMITIMNT AJWTWN6 ABOUT TH6 ftWIP I WTO IF i ADMIT I DON'T IF I FAKt IVE 60T AT A MIUIQU.-TD-ONE CHANCE... byfrNki'ittl VOU KNOW VOUR NOT SUPPOSED TO BEAD X-JMCTED HIEROGLYPHICS BLOHDIE by chfe WHAT HAPPENED TO MV PAJAMAS GUESS THEY'RE ALL IN THE WASH YOU CAN WEAR OWE OF MY NIGHTIES I'LL PROBABLY HAVE A NIGHTMARE.' BEETLE BAILEY by mort walker Lawrence Lamb DEAR DR. LAMB I'm begging you to help me with this I just turned 14 and started my periods a little more than a year and a half ago The problem is I can't use tampons. I've tried time after and I follow the directions exactly. The last time I tried when my parents were away and when I tried to insert it I felt dizzy and faint. Sweat broke out on my forehead and my stomach felt suddenly so I removed it quickly. The next thing I knew I was lying on the floor. I had fainted I got hysterical. Don't tell me this is normal and try to relax next time. Does this mean I'll be unable to have children like normal if you tell me what is wrong9 DEAR READER You're describing a simple faint. it is not normal to have this type of problem. That does not mean that your problem is serious or won't be able to have children. You may have a problem with your anatomy. That may be why you are having so much dif- ficulty If it could be fairly simple and probably fairly easily corrected. If it isn't corrected it could lead to problems for you later on in your married life. There is only one good way to solve your problem You will need to be seen and ex- amined by a physician. He can tell very easily if you have a problem that needs correc- ting. You may have a extra firm that all girls but it is much more fragile in most girls. If this is the he can correct this Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS MOD. Nov. 12 American revolutionary forces led- by Gen. Richard former British captured Montreal 198 years ago today in 1775. Montgomery's men then set out for Quebec where they linked up with another American force under the command of Benedict Arnold. Montgomery was killed in December during the attack on Quebec. 1955 A landslide caused million in damage at Que. 1951 Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh completed their royal tour of Canada. 1944 The German battleship Tirpitz was sunk by RAF bombers in Tromso Fjord. 1127 The first automatic telephone switchboard was in- stalled in England. 1935 King Canute died. problem for you very easily Having already had this ex- perience it is all the more im- portant that you have the problem solved so you won't have problems arising from fear and misinfor- mation Rarely the anatomy problems are more com- plicated than I have indicated here usually those too can be remedied. I would also suggest that you not try to use tampons on your own again without having an examina- tion first. DEAR READER I have included your letter because your problem is so important to you. I have written a book that includes the complete gamut of ques- tions and in between ages have written to me because they need help so desperately with problems they consider embarrassing Unfortunately I can't answer all these questions in the new- spaper because of their nature. for those who have ques- tions about male or young or I'd suggest that they see if the book is in the library. If it can be ordered by your bookstore or you can order it yourself. It will give many of you the needed information on these problems. You can also see that you are not alone in having problems The book is Doctor It's About 720 Fifth New N.Y. price The entire book is of letters anonymous readers have sent to just as you and my comments. This made it possible for me to be a bit more detailed and explicit than I can be in many in- stances in a column. Send your questions to Dr. in care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. HEY.' you euys DIDN'T WASrl MY GOLii. IT LOOKS BO BUT 1 WHO AM I TO TURN THE WATER BACK ON.' HAGAR THE HORRIBLE dfk browne NOT AT TMIS VoU CAUL TMAT A i LAST WeBK YOU CAME HOME FULL AMP YOLJ PiPNT RJT WEEK WE- IH2- ARCWE I DON'T HAVE TIME TO K SOME OF I THE BOOKS GOING AROUND ARE ALL SCANDALOUS OF THEM.' THIS COURSE.' PAPERBACK J HE EDITION.. .rvDOESN'T IS IT LEAVE OUT W fA by bob montini JUST A THIS BOOK YOU'RE CIRCULATING----- WHAT'S THE NAME OF HI AND LOIS1 by dik brownt Pun with figures .By J. A. H. HUNTER Martin shook his head. younger than he declared. three years ago she was a quarter as old as could make her quite Ann chuckled. still don't know your big Martin told her. in four years' time I'll be three times as old as Betty.'1 What were the Friday's Joe 51 years 13 and f I DON'T I HEAR V ANVTHIN6 J AND DAD ARE HAVIN6 A RSHT DONT EVEN KNOW HOW TO FISHT TUMBLEWEEDS YVeNTTDAPENTlSTONCE. 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