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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurnioy, THE IHHMIDGI HERALD Just Jude By JUDE TURIC ONE RESOLUTION-NOT-KEEPER to another, 1 reaily do think those annual lists should be ban- ned. Promising to be a good little girl all year round is just too much. What v.-ith people staring at you each time you snaffle a potato chip, scoop a nice portion of dip or slurp up the remaining chocolate ice crearn, a person could become paranoid. Psychological deprivation could set in if you con- tinuously pass up clothing sales and stop the satisfac- tion of fmpulse buying for a whole year. Planning to be thoroughly organized, calm, cool and collected can make you run to lard because the usual mad-morning-search-ior-something has been j eliminated. Turning into a chubby will necessitate setting up an exercise program, and will drain you of all your energy. To boost yourself up for the round ol parties means you'll need to have a jiffy a chocolate already broken a resolution. A solution to the whole is not to let yourself fall into the "I Promise" trap. When the fiendish question is raised, slip quietly out of the room and fall down the basement stairs, thus changing the subject for the rest of evening. If caught at the office, fake a phone call from the boss and dash away to hear the news, leaving the crew debating as to your fate. Out and about on the town, spot an old and almost forgotten acquaintance just back from Afghanistan who is ready to divulge the secrets of the old world. At the local department store, duck hurriedly on the iretense that you've spotted the person who gave the jjift you're returning, and get lost in the madden- ing crowd. If all else fails, resort to countertactics and bnng on a flood of memories that'll make the asker blush. Like, remember when: popped your straps the first time you met the football hero; were caught retrieving a confiscated note out of the teacher's desk; were given an award at assembly for having the least number of dates in a week; ran for sweetheart queen and the guy won; were fixing your garter belt and the same football hero walked in to see what was going on; were caught in the boys' dressing room closet skipping French class I during math warped my best LP by leaving it in the sun all day. But do be courteous and invite your fnend for a coffee and some more good ole school daze talk. And don't spare the banana cream pie. Annual Pemmican Club ball recaptures slice of history Invitations have been sent can Club is to preserve the old Membership is open to the length and breadth ol the time dances, historical artifacts people who settled in Southern land, and between and 800 and documents and to care for Alberta before JSJO or their di- j people are expected to attend sick or needy oldtimers. rect descendants. i the 87th annual ball ol the Leth- HAPPY WINNERS Rilo Dozois, 44, a Winnipeg nurse, left, 1o continue work- ing even though she is one of three Canadians winning about SI each with Irish Sweepstakes licV.eti on Captain Christy who placed first in Wednesday's Irish Sweep Hurdle, One of the other winners, Ken MacLeod, right, a 20-year-old Simon Froser Uni- versity sludent, holds his lucky ticket, which olso made him richer. (CP Wirephoto) bridge and District Oldtimers' This year tVe ball will be held in the Exhibition Pavilion at 9 p.m. Friday. At the club's president, Mrs. L. J. McKenzie and her escort will lead the grand march, which is to be, from the Chinese government conducted by A. P. Baines. j to a 10-rnember women's tO VI Sit CIllllU Waltzes, minuets. schoUiicr.es end quad- rilles will be on the procrsn, v.ilh many of the ladies be- decked in old-ilyle finery befit- ting the occasion. Handlev's Old Time Or- ANKARA CAP) A parlia-1 chestra from Coaldale v.ill pro- 1 mentsry committee approved a i the music, as it frequently i has during the past K years. NEW YORK They take tocornes do-A-n lo an actual physi- Etrid new censorship law that' More women take to road Restrict films despite obvious dangers VANCOUVER dc-ler-i t _t Je i i ents -ase the r c j ttcrxl Je" ih L f their co'O-r age ct j- In Met-opolitan Toronto, 0 55.5 per fdjl or part-time Jc-v.lsh schools. Some delegates argued thc-rc is not teaching the Jewish faith ar.d culture ir; schools !f this education is no: up in the home. measures to better the situation included more and improved status for Jewish teachers, use o: modcf.Ti teaching techniques and consideration of the Etuden'-s' views. BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL CANCELLED December 29th NEXT BINGO FR1., JAN. 5lh, MOLSON C N DA ;