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By DAN BERGER | April 13, 1995
Gubner Glen is asleep at the keyboard. Lotto tickets still bear the signature of some guy named William Donald Schaefer.The General Assembly has become the zoning board for the Canton waterfront, and a good thing, too.A Baltimore jury decided that fatally shooting fleeing youthful vandals in the back is wrong, which is the first some people knew.Cheer up. Bawlmer is back in the American Hockey League.
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December 21, 2001
A ticket matching the winning numbers from Monday's Maryland Lotto drawing - worth a $9.2 million annuity - was purchased Monday at Martin's Food Store in Freedom Village Shopping Center in Eldersburg, lottery officials said. The winning numbers are 5, 16, 31, 33, 35 and 46. Nine winners matched five numbers for a $1,500 prize in the Monday drawing. The Lotto drawing tomorrow will be worth an estimated $1 million. Information: 410-318-6220.
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By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Staff Writer | May 27, 1992
Maybe you could buy yourself an island where the sun always shines. Lots of people are thinking of what they would do with $15 million. That's what one winner of tonight's Lotto jackpot would take home -- before taxes, payable over 20 years.And the jackpot could swell to a record amount if no one matches the six numbers drawn tonight, lottery officials say."There's a great possibility of it exceeding that record of $21 million," said Carroll H. Hynson Jr., spokesman for the Maryland Lottery Agency.
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By HOUSTON CHRONICLE | March 25, 2000
AUSTIN, Texas -- Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson already knew he was lucky. The former All-Pro Dallas Cowboys linebacker had survived the NFL, crack addiction, suicidal urges and prison. And he already considered himself a rich man, at least compared to the inner-city youngsters he is devoted to helping. But Henderson, 47, had powerful new proof of his good fortune and wealth yesterday: a Texas lottery ticket that will bring him about $14.5 million. "I already have money. I've got a nice home, a big truck and some cars.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | January 8, 1991
The rules of a Lotto promotion were stated incorrectly in some copies of yesterday's 5-star edition of The Evening Sun. Lotto players who purchase five tickets for tonight's Lotto drawing will receive tickets with numbers valid for both that and Saturday's drawings. After tonight's drawing, Lotto tickets will be valid for the next scheduled drawing only. The State Lottery Agency provided the incorrect information. The Evening Sun regrets the error.The Maryland Lottery Agency will inaugurate a new Wednesday Lotto drawing tomorrow night.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | May 21, 1991
Lester Martin knew what he wanted.The Fairfield, Pa., resident gave the grocery store clerk a $10 bill and asked for a roll of Tums and $5 of his change in Maryland Lotto tickets.When she gave him too much change and only one Lotto ticket, Martin corrected her and asked for four more Lotto tickets.One of the four has turned out to be worth $11,787,905.It was the second-largest prize in the Lotto game's history, but Martin vowed the windfall won't change him."It's not going to change our lifestyle," he insisted yesterday after turning in his winning ticket at lottery headquarters.
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By Joel McCord | August 7, 1991
She had "never bought one of these before in my life," Helen Bode gasped, hiding her face behind a Maryland Lotto ticket in mock embarrassment. But the huge jackpot -- $14 million -- was all she heard about all day at work.She couldn't stand it anymore. So last night, on her way from her job as a secretary at Westinghouse to her home in Arnold in Anne Arundel County, she stopped at Grand Ritchie Liquors on Mountain Road for just one $1 ticket.Ms. Bode wasn't alone. As four weeks have crawled by without a winner in the Maryland Lottery's Lotto game, and the jackpot hasswollen, some ticket sellers say more first-time and occasional players have queued up at counters across the state to take a shot at the nearly 7 million-to-one chance of picking the lucky six numbers.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | November 13, 1990
Maryland will expand its weekly Lotto game in January to include a second weekly drawing, lottery officials announced today.A Wednesday drawing is being added to the current Saturday drawing because "Lotto players told us they want more of the same, more opportunities to win and more prizes," said Marty Goldman, the Lottery Agency's deputy director for marketing."
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By David Michael Ettlin | August 9, 1991
Spy novels have had lesser beginnings:A 40ish mother of two who works for a stock brokerage is browsing in the library when an elderly stranger hands her a book, tells her softly, "I think you'll enjoy reading this," and walks away.That's how Deborah Hubbard of Timonium almost became a millionaire this week.The library was Baltimore County's Cockeysville branch, and the book a murder mystery, "Twilight at Mac's Place," by Ross Thomas. Mrs. Hubbard has no idea who the stranger was, but says she'd like to treat him to dinner.
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By Ginger Thompson | August 12, 1991
More than 8 million dreams were dashed this weekend.That's how many tickets were sold for Saturday's $20 million Lotto drawing -- 8,179,625, to be exact.There was just one winner, lottery officials said yesterday -- believed to be someone in Anne Arundel County.Today, the losers will be waiting in awe and extreme envy to find out who owns that ticket to lifelong prosperity. The winner will get the largest award in the game's eight-year history -- $1 million a year before taxes for 20 years -- and one of the largest lottery prizes for a single ticket in the nation.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | April 13, 1995
Gubner Glen is asleep at the keyboard. Lotto tickets still bear the signature of some guy named William Donald Schaefer.The General Assembly has become the zoning board for the Canton waterfront, and a good thing, too.A Baltimore jury decided that fatally shooting fleeing youthful vandals in the back is wrong, which is the first some people knew.Cheer up. Bawlmer is back in the American Hockey League.
NEWS
June 24, 1994
For Daniel and Albina Thoma, a weekly 20-mile drive from their home in Townsend, Del., to Elkton proved to be a trip worth $8.3 million.Yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Thoma accepted a facsimile check for $8.3 million from the State Lottery Agency a week and a day after they bought a winning Lotto ticket.They didn't even realize they had won until a week after the drawing and were so nervous about driving to Baltimore yesterday -- on Mr. Thoma's 61st birthday -- that they rented a limousine for the trip.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,Staff Writer | December 28, 1993
Tens of thousands of Marylanders are dreaming of a belated Christmas present -- and a very Happy New Year.The stuff of which their dreams are made? Tickets to tomorrow's $21 million Maryland Lotto jackpot, which matches the largest payoff in state lottery history.Regular players are increasing the number of tickets they buy to improve their chances of winning and occasional players are moving to get in on the action.Lottery outlets braced yesterday for a repeat of last week's Christmas Eve and Christmas Day rush, when customers lined up for bread, milk -- and Lotto tickets.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Arthur Hirsch and Mary Gail Hare and Arthur Hirsch,Staff Writers | August 4, 1992
Patricia Stansfield struck gold yesterday in her bedroom closet.There on the floor, in the pocket of her husband's grease-stained work shorts, the Carroll County woman found it: a Maryland Lotto ticket worth $6 million.It was one of two tickets her husband, Clinton Lee Stansfield, 48, had bought last week at Carrolltowne Liquors in Eldersburg.Mr. Stansfield didn't think much about the tickets when he bought them. He didn't think much about them when he got home to Sykesville Sunday from helping his parents at their home in Ocean City.
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By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Staff Writer | May 27, 1992
Maybe you could buy yourself an island where the sun always shines. Lots of people are thinking of what they would do with $15 million. That's what one winner of tonight's Lotto jackpot would take home -- before taxes, payable over 20 years.And the jackpot could swell to a record amount if no one matches the six numbers drawn tonight, lottery officials say."There's a great possibility of it exceeding that record of $21 million," said Carroll H. Hynson Jr., spokesman for the Maryland Lottery Agency.
NEWS
March 6, 1992
A resident of Fairfax, Va., held the winning ticket for Wednesday's $3 million Lotto jackpot, state lottery officials reported today.The winner was identified as R. Page. The winning ticket was purchased at Frank's Tavern, in Prince George's County.The winning numbers were 17-21-22-33-40-46.
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By Los Angeles Times | September 15, 1990
MIAMI -- Prospective millionaires jammed convenience stores, supermarkets and gas stations from Pensacola to Key West yesterday in the waning hours of a weeklong buying frenzy that has produced a record Florida Lotto jackpot that may yet grow into the richest in history.The estimated payoff: $100 million plus.The odds of winning: 1 in 13,983,816.The number of players who don't believe they'll win: 0."Everyone thinks they're going to win," said Dave Sweezy, director of the Miami regional lottery office.
NEWS
By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,Staff Writer | December 28, 1993
Tens of thousands of Marylanders are dreaming of a belated Christmas present -- and a very Happy New Year.The stuff of which their dreams are made? Tickets to tomorrow's $21 million Maryland Lotto jackpot, which matches the largest payoff in state lottery history.Regular players are increasing the number of tickets they buy to improve their chances of winning and occasional players are moving to get in on the action.Lottery outlets braced yesterday for a repeat of last week's Christmas Eve and Christmas Day rush, when customers lined up for bread, milk -- and Lotto tickets.
NEWS
By Ginger Thompson | August 12, 1991
More than 8 million dreams were dashed this weekend.That's how many tickets were sold for Saturday's $20 million Lotto drawing -- 8,179,625, to be exact.There was just one winner, lottery officials said yesterday -- believed to be someone in Anne Arundel County.Today, the losers will be waiting in awe and extreme envy to find out who owns that ticket to lifelong prosperity. The winner will get the largest award in the game's eight-year history -- $1 million a year before taxes for 20 years -- and one of the largest lottery prizes for a single ticket in the nation.
NEWS
By David Michael Ettlin | August 9, 1991
Spy novels have had lesser beginnings:A 40ish mother of two who works for a stock brokerage is browsing in the library when an elderly stranger hands her a book, tells her softly, "I think you'll enjoy reading this," and walks away.That's how Deborah Hubbard of Timonium almost became a millionaire this week.The library was Baltimore County's Cockeysville branch, and the book a murder mystery, "Twilight at Mac's Place," by Ross Thomas. Mrs. Hubbard has no idea who the stranger was, but says she'd like to treat him to dinner.
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