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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta iHE LtiHBRIuut iiiesday, September 3, 19.4 Mazie interprets Lynne Van Luven tne language of youth "I'd like you to meet my reat Aunt said hlazie when I visited her during the long weekend. None of my friend's previous lurid descriptions of her eccentric aunt prepared me for the spec- "Whm GOOD SERVICE Is AUTOMATIC" OMATIC TRANSMISSION 'LTD. Phoni 327-0910 1520 3rd Aw S. Guaranteed Servicing Rebuilding and Exchange tacle which met my eyes. How do you describe a 71- year-old woman who wears purple stretch pants, per- simmon calico smock, sunglasses and a pewter medallion in the shape of a swastika? Not to mention a red slouch hat, somewhat battered, perched atop her wiry white curls. Would you say 'young for her age', 'individualis- tic' "Aunt Ida just spent her vacation in a commune in the Mazie ex- plained tactfully as I searched for something meaningful to say. ESTATE CAREER? the THE REWARDS 1. THE INCOME scaie varies according to your own part- icipation Your minimum goal rs S11.000 per year FREEDOM.... benefits of independence and still have the association of a well organized firm DEVELOPMENT.... out of the routine rut. Expand your own fields of interest Develop your own personal capacities 4. TRAINING... Company sponsored training program offered free of Real Estate procedures programs of appraisal training program 2. N.R.S. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE c Catalogue offers maximum exoosure Jo Ihe iotal market throughout BC Alberta and all ac'oss Canada 2500 ofmled each week The only way So move-Block Bros simple 1-2-3 trade plan There is absolutely no charge for the trade olan service 3. SERVICE.... promotion Block Bros spends 6. FIRST STEP.... million dollars oer year to promote Contact one of the Bros service centres r 55 81ocH Bros offices in 3C and m Albe-ta Talk over the career A 'iflore fian 1000 Realtors 150 Estate with the Branch Manager Ero Canada and USA not necessary, bul 'S a great asset TIM GRISAK 328-2286 BLOCK BROS. 328-2356 Aunt Ida saved me the trouble. "Best vacation I ever she said. "It's really tidy the way these young folks are getting back to the land and ridging on ecology "You mean it's neat that they're grooving on Mazie translated, mainly for my benefit. "They're not out there in the dog eat dog world, tearing off their neighbors "She means ripping Mazie whispered in an aside. they're gathering it all up." Together "Gathering what up? Were you picking I asked. "She meant getting it all Mazie said im- patiently. "Yessiree, young folks today are with it, they know where it's declared Aunt Ida, stamp- ing a hiking boot for emphasis. "You mean they know where it's at." I ventured, catching on to the old girl's semantics. "See, you noticed it crowed Aunt Ida. "It's obvious they've put it all in one place, even to vertical people like you "Obvious they've got it all together, even to straights like Mazie advised me. "Well, it's been chill knocking with you "Cool rapping with I muttered. but I gotta crack. On my way home I want to spend a week on a soybean health farm. It's been a boom meeting you. I don't know why people are always talking about the generation gap I use al the young people's lingo and you two understood rrn perfectly." Whereupon, being ar good as her word, Aunt Idr cracked I mean split and roared off down the street in her orange dune buggy. The man with a tie is jack-of-all-trades ATLIN, B.C. (CP) If you spot a man wearing a tie in Atlin. he's probably Peter Newall, the local jack-of-all-trades. In addition to being the provincial court judge in this tiny community in the northwestern tip of British Columbia, Judge Newall holds a few other titles. He is gold commissioner, mining recorder, land com- missioner, water recorder, registrar of births, deaths and marriages, marriage commissioner, clerk of the peace, district registrar of the Supreme and county courts, provincial asses- sor, provincial collector, coroner, deputy registrar }f voters and official ad- ministrator. "I'm something of a said Judge Vewall. "If something needs to be done and it in- volves the I'm here." government As the only governmen agent here, the judge say he holds more officia positions than any othe government representa- tive in the province. So far, Judge Newall ha< married two couples and as coroner, investigate several sudden deaths. Bu without a doctor in town t< certify the cause of death the job is largely perfunc tory. All autopsies are doni in Whitehcrse. As land commissioner Newall has beer receiving an ever- increasing number of let- ters, particularly, froir United States residents asking about land oppor tunities in the area. No Scrubbing No Soaking No Steaming Have your Carpets and Furniture Hand-Cleaned by Professionals bu Dmnclean us for a Free Quotation DURACLEAN RUG UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS Wilson Donaldson 140411 Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone ;