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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta September 15, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 All of a sudden dreams come true Instant millionaires thanks to lottery TRENTON, N.J. Charles Pisciotta writes cheques, he no longer worries ateat ihem bouncing. Alfred Moon is a 59-year-old printer. Like most employees his age, he used to worry about getting laid off. Used to Telephone technician Ed- ward Henry is thinking of going into public relations. He has no formal kaining in the game but isn't concerned. He can afford the gamble. The typical worries of the av- erage are behind Pisciotta, Moon and Henry. They're part of a new breed: instant mil- lionaires. They won their million in the New Jersey lot- toy. Henry, a a year telephone company employee, still lives in his home at West Caldwell with his wife Kathleen and their three young children. He will get a year for the next 20 years from the lottery. When the first 000 from the lottery rolled in, Henry was in no particular hurry to do anything with it. "Kathy and I now go out once a week instead of once a he says. "And there's no question now of not being able to afford a babysitter. "I also pay ;iiy bills promptly now, and this makes me sleep better. "If I had it in a lump sum it probably would have been dif- adds Henry, who is 40. "But wilh the lollery commis- sion spreading it over 20 years, it does make it easier to handle. "Basically, I'm the same, and Still no road for Lancasters NEW LOOK A stained-gloss window representing Alberta, looks down on Ihe House of Commons in Oltawa. The new look for }he chamber will eventually include a window for each of Ihe provinces. The roof-shaped boxes on the desks are Ihe new, four-channel sound and trans- lation syslem. Jasper visited by EDMONTON (CP) More than 1 million persons have visited Jasper National Park (Ms year, superintendent J. C. Cristakos has announced. The statement said vehicles, carrying per- sons, visitfd the park in the five months from April 1 to Aug. 31. This compares with vehicles last year, car- rying persons PRTDDIS. Alta. (CP) Wilbert and Hazel Lancaster still are without a road into their Foothills ranch here as a 28-year-old on-again, off- again feud continues. Mr. Lancaster, 76, and his 68-year-old wife have been walking half a mile to the nearest public road since Aug. 6 when their neighbor, Cedric Hopper, 63, barricaded the only road leading into the ranch. The Municipa 1 District ol Foothills council met Thurs- day night but failed lo settle the issue. Mr. Hopper owns the road which leads to the Lancaster ranch. He wants the municipality to buy the road, but only if it also pays him for 80 acres which the road would cut off his pasture. He has allowed the Lancas- lers to use the road at times but closed it to force the coun- cil into finding a permanent solution. Priddis is 15 miles south- west of Calgary. Big drug haul made by RCMP EDMONTON (CP) A search of two false-bottomed trunks at International Airport Saturday yielded RCMP more than 5150.000 worth of hashish. Police found about 38 pounds of the drug during a search of lugsage from an incoming flight. Prem Narain Sharma, 34, o[ New Delhi, India entered no plea to a charge of possession of hashish for the purpose of trafficking when he appeared in court today. He was remand- ed to Wednesday. You Won't Find A Bigger Selection Of Fabrics Anywhere! ORIGINAL ts Soiestar is elegant and refined like silk a fashion fabric that's just out of this world. You will like Soie- star for its soft, embracing touch a source of K-.O infinite pleasure. I <5" wide........... See Our Drapery Dept. For Drape requirements. We cut to any siz Located Naxl Door To The Furniture Born MAKE YOUR OWN COAT OR DRESS BIG RANGE OF 100% WOOL FABRICS ATTRACTIVE FUR MATERIALS f For coals, plus Irimmingt to en- your present garment. a j 12-01. Crimpoline yd. your so is Kalhy. We have the same friends and they treat us no dif- ferently. None of them came seeking taidmils." Moon Lolls a different story. "I n e v c r knew I had so many friends until the day I became a says the Mercervillc printer. "For a long lime people were appear- ing out of nowhere and saying, 'Say, Al, don't you remember He also says he received about 20 letters from strangers seeking to cash in on his for- tune. "I didn't answer any of those letters because it was difficult to tell who was genuine and who says Moon. "Be- sides, I have 17 grandchildren, and iwo daughters at home to tiiink of. "I figured after a while things would revsii back to normal, and I was he explains. "The phone calls have stopped and so have the let- Apart from paying his long- standing bills, Mcon says he hasn't done anything on a large scale yet. He did not pay off the mortgage on his home. Neither did he lavish his grandchildren with they wiJI have to wait for Christmas, he says. He has a new car, but says he was planning to buy a new one anyway. He did fix up the house a little, bu'. this was also on his schedule before he won the million dollars. He plans to retire in a few months. "The money has in no way spoiled lie says. "Like the man says, you can only cat one meal at a time, wear one s'.iit at a time and smoke cne cigar at a time." Pisciotla, 42, an insurance agent with Equitable Life in Newark, lives with h s wife Frances and two sons Rob- ert, 13, and Charles Jr a five room home at Mil] burn. Before becoming a million- aire, Pisctotta says paying biils was a prublcm. Not any .nore. "It's a comfortable feeling knowing the money is there if I need it for something I ordi- narily wouldn't have been able lo he explains. "Also, when I write out cheques for my regular bilk, I flon't have to rush to Ihe hank, make a deposit to cover them." 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