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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurjdrjy, Oclobor 5, W72 THE LETHBRIDGI KERAID 21 Ann Landers Those old shares can pay off GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. ond Mrs. William Evonoff, long-lime Lelhbridge residents, celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. A family reception will bo held at Sven Family Restaurant and an open house will be held at the Lethbridge Country Club from lo 4 p.m. Should the club close due to cold weather, the reception be held in Ihe Pemmican Club. Preceptor Eta Chapter, Bela Sigma Phi will act as hostesses. The cofple has five children, Boris and Lillian of Lethbridge; Mrs. Carl Kemkel of Luseland, Sask.; Mrs. Jack Wnmock cf Edmonton; Sgt. Evan, RCMP, Sas- katoon, Sask., and 12 grandchildren. No glfls by request. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I jusl read that letter in your column from Ihe guy who fell Ihrough a skylight while Irip- ping. My story is similar, except 1 starled wilh pills. From pills I went to smoking dope. This lasted for aboufcsix months. Then I decided to drop acid for a bigger belt. My first trip was a brute. It was everything I'd ever heard it would lie. I hardly wait to try It again. That second trip was the granddaddy of all bummers. Man was I spaced out! I begged my pals lo lake me to a hos- pital but they said I'd gel asked a lot of questions and everybody would be in trouble. I went into a rage, crying and screaming and breaking up furniture, One sweet kid approached me to straighten my head out. I hit her full in the mouth. That convinced Ihem lo call my parents. I just couldn't face mom and pop. So I tried to kill myself by slashing my throat with a broken bottle. Crazy? You'd bet- er believe it. I was on acid, librium, aspirin, anlibiotics, pot and My folks went Ihrough hell on account of me. I was real- y rotten to them. They took me to a private place for ecnage junkies and it cost them their life's savings. But hey were really wonderful. All this happened eight monllis ago and today 1 feel ike a new person. I know now I was screwed up and stupid. wouldn't go near a joint or a pill, let alone a sugar cube, for anything in Ihe world. I am one of Ihose people MONTREAL (CP) II you want to know whether those old shares your grandfather left you have any value, then Miclieline Masse is the girl for you. For a flat fee of S10, Miss Masse, president of Stock Mar- ket Information Service, will un- dertake lo track down old shares and securities issued any- where in the world since 1850. If she is unable to come up with anything, you get your money back. Miss "As a researcher, he was keen to know whether they had any value, but the work Ijegan to "occupy a lot of his lime and he suggested that I lake it up." Now her husband, Joseph Bonneau, a security analyst, has left his job with a broker- age firm to join the family busi- ness as vice-president. Operating out of an office in Montreal, the service receives about 150 inquiries o week and most of its customers lo Masse explains lhat Lightweight., squashy fabrics Popular for fall coat styles NEW YORK