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November 16, 1986
Jackpot Lotto winners are selected each Saturday night. Ticket-holders are eligible for a grand prize that varies according to the amount bet last week. If no one wins the jackpot, the total is automatically added to the following week's prize. Winning no. 41-48-47-5-4-18 Jackpot pool $4.6 million Holders of tickets with five of the six winning jackpot numbers plus a "bonus number" are eligible for a smaller prize. The bonus number: 42 Lotto information (at 50 a call)
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 2001 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This much lottery officials know: The winner of one of the largest single-state jackpots in U.S. history is out there. Somewhere. They know that a single ticket with all six winning numbers was purchased at a San Jose liquor store, making owner Alex Wang the overjoyed recipient of more than $700,000--the vendor's portion of the big lottery payout.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1998 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Al and Janet Shusta are what you call hard-core lottery players. For as long as the game has been around, the retirees have been dropping up to $300 a month on a chance at striking it rich. So you think they would know exactly how they were going to spend their winnings after splitting Saturday's $20-million SuperLotto jackpot with a San Fernando Valley man. Truth is, they haven't a clue. They are thinking of traveling, although they have no firm plans.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 1995 | DAVID HALDANE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Audez Lozano would take a Polynesian vacation. Paul Delcoure would finance a baseball team. And Tuesday Wagner would quit her job as a waitress, buy a new home and probably start a business of her own. "No more slinging cocktails," said Wagner, 33, of Costa Mesa. "It's something to look forward to."
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January 24, 1992 | MARK I. PINSKY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Mission Viejo man and his nephew, who state lottery officials said were a day too late claiming a $139,585 jackpot, are suing the state for their winnings--plus $1 million for emotional distress. In a lawsuit filed Thursday in Orange County Superior Court, Paul Manarang, 42, a former convenience store clerk, and his nephew, Jason Quiwa Shauf, 32, of Los Angeles, claim that they were wrongfully deprived of their winnings.
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April 18, 1991 | VIRGINIA ELLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
California's national record-breaking Lotto pool has pulled the games of chance out of a prolonged sales slump, but the portion that goes to schools will be no panacea for the state's money-short education system. Even with players buying chances at the rate of millions of dollars per hour up to the Wednesday cutoff time, lottery officials said the 34% of the take that goes to schools will be less this fiscal year than last.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1988
Jackpot Lotto winners are selected each Saturday and Wednesday night. Ticket holders are eligible for a prize that varies according to the amount bet last week. If no one wins, the total is automatically added to Wednesday night's prize. Winning Nos. 8-14-40-27-36-32 Jackpot pool $6.9 million Holders of tickets with five of six winning jackpot numbers plus a "bonus number" are eligible for a smaller prize. The bonus number: 7 Lotto information (at 25 a call)
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