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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THI ICTHtMDOl HMAIB WtdhtHloy, Octebtr II, Counsellors Must Face Reality, Says Toronto Dean Of Women TORONTO (CP) Eliza- beth Ann Bindon, 26, the youngest-ever dean of women at Toronto's Victoria College, says today's students refuse to play stereotyped roles and are irritated by people who do. Miss Bindon Is a tall, shapely blonde who postponed marriage to take the a-year job at the school from which she graduated three years ago. She said that anyone doing counselling must be able to discuss today's prob- lems with students and not be scandalized by such things "as someone wanting an abor- tion." "We recognize that premar- ital sex can be fun but you've got to be mature enough to handle more than sex. If a girl of 21 thinks it is about time she lost her virgin- ity, I think that sort of atti- tude is highly immoral and very demeaning toward human relations." She says the question is The Homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN It's 'new honey' tune at the Lethbridge farmers' market. The honey is there amongst the beauties of tomatoes, squash, peaches and other fruits and flowers. It holds its own amongst all the exciting food experiences of delectable fresh foods on our tables. Perhaps you'd like to obtain a fair supply and store it for later use. If you buy it as the bees store it, it win be in its liquid state, but will solidify, al- most without exception. Solidification is most rapid at 57 degrees F. The farther above or below this tempera- ture the slower will be the granulation. If you wish to keep it liquid, store it at 80 degrees F. or in your freezer. Honey is. granulated or creamed on the principle of the shorter time in which to crys- talize the finer will be the crys- tals. Pasteurized, honey is that which has only the moisture removed. The bees store honey with a variable amount of moisture in it according to the relative humidity of the sum- mer season. With a high amount of moisture honey may ferment, but this is seldom the case in our dry climate. Store honey in your kitchen cupboard, if you wish. If the cupboard is very warm it will liquify slightly, if cold, it will be too sticky and stringy for easy use. If you freeze it as suggested above, remove it 24 hours previous to use or else you will not be able to pour it. Liquidfy honey whenever you wish, by placing in warm water of 100 degrees F. or a very low oven temperature of 125 degrees F. Watch though, that the temperature does not rise above 125 degrees F. since the flavor of the honey will be damaged and a plastic contain- er may melt. For a tasty barbecue some beautiful autumn day, I rec- ommend a combination of two Alberta products, honey and chicken. GRILLED CINNAMON- HONEY CHICKEN Place chicken pieces for eight to 10 servings (perhaps you prefer breasts and thighs) in a bowl. Marinade: 1 cup dry sherry to cup honey 4 teaspoons cinnamon 2 teaspoons curry powder 1 teaspoon garlic salt Combine ingredients and blend well. Pour this marinade over chicken. Eefrigerate for at least three hours.. Drain, re- serving marinade. Place chick- en in shallow baking pan. Cover. Bake one hour at 325 degrees F. Arrange a few briquets In barbecue and light. When these are covered with fine white ash and the chicken is tender, place chicken on grill with skirj side up. Baste with marinade. Turn chicken often and watch carefully. When grilled, it will be dark brown due to the marinade. Serve with fresh vegetables baked in foil, and a tossed salad or sliced tomatoes. Public Meeting Public meeting will be held for Meals on Wheels, Monday, Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. in the Bow- rcan Arts Centre. Agenda will include a progress report. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "The story of your financial misfortunes is so moving and heart-rending, I suggest you sell it a movie studio for the money you need." FABRICS for Holiday Sewing :Shop early for your material for your festive fun wear. These are not sale iricei but our everyday low prices. TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON BROCADES For pan! suits and formal wear. Washable, treated. Big variety of colors. YARD DUBAI VELVET Polyester Moss Crepes. Fine quality, hand washable, 45" wide, yd.........2.69 100% Polyester. 2 tone Jackquard. Washable 45" wide, Nylon Embroidered. Ideal for formal panfsuifs. 45" wide. Low price of, yd. 2.95 Plain Crimpolinei. 3 Days Only. 60" wide. Washable. yd...............4.89 OUR DRAPERY DEPARTMENT Thousands of yards of Drapery fabrics In stock. Shop now for your new Christmas drapes. ANN'S FABRIC AND DRAPERY 1803 3rd'Ave. S. Phone 328-2888 OPEN THUR5. TILL 9 P.M. much more complex than playing the roles of "fraternity stud or free virgin." "Students are trying to find themselves. They get irritated by people who are playing roles. "They want to meet a more real level." Miss Bindoo said she would present alternative! to anyone wanting an abortion so "they wouldn't have to go underground where 'I believe the real danger lies." Speaking on the subject aod their abuse she says there is 'little medical problem with grata, or hath." "However, it often doesn't help people and because of the legal problems I hate to see people ruining then- lives over unfulfilled pie as I have to think that everyday use of drugs is a copout, but rationally, I have to agree with the right to use them." Miss Bindon believes that "women can be individually liberated. "I do believe rights are both fair and necessary. I really have to wonder whether militancy can succeed though, since in my view it leads to a more powerful countermilitancy." Bom in Montreal, Miss Bindon lived in Gander, Nfld., coming to Toronto it tin age of five, She also worked as a volunteer teacher in British Honduras, is a ment analyst with the government in Ottawa, and H teacher at Mohawk Community College in Hamilton. BROOMSTICK BARGAINS slUJJ A. CRIMP KNIT Wishible! Herrinl Bout plIKrnl OUR REGULAR PRICE 8.97 Stovt plpt lets. Hivy, Brown, K QQ Thun., Fri., Sat Permanent Pressl Tailored! KRESGE'S PRICE Floral prints; Women'sS-M-L 4 QQ O QQ C. ACRYLIC PULLOVER Short sleeve.. Mock turtl. OUR REGULAR PRICE 4.97 neck. While, Blue, Gold, Cherry punch.Mlsses1 S-M-L D. MCI JACKET Quilted Won! Conctlltd tooA Rayon satin lining. Red, Green, Blue, White, Pink, Brown, Navy. Misses' S-M-L KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE 6.99 THUlis.FRI.SAT. COQUETTES PANTY HOSE PANTYHOSE Seamless mesh! Nude heels. Beige, Shell, Ember, Ivory. S-M-L-XL ALL SHEER Seamless! Nude heels. Beige, Taupe, S-M-L-XL OPAQUE n Seamless.! Nude heels. Beige, Taupe, Dark Brown, Black, Navy, White. 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