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May 19, 1992 | FRANK MESSINA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Last week, Roy Bannister was a paint deliveryman. Today, he is the more-than-6-million-dollar man. Bannister, 72, is still driving a truck because he never set anything aside for his retirement. After winning $6.5 million in the state lottery last weekend, the San Clemente resident figures it's now safe to quit his job. "I'll wait for them to train a replacement," he said Monday. "Then I'm gone."
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May 19, 1992 | FRANK MESSINA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Last week, Roy Bannister was a paint deliveryman. Today, he is the more-than-6-million-dollar man. Bannister, 72, is still driving a truck because he never set anything aside for his retirement. After winning $6.5 million in the state lottery last weekend, the San Clemente resident figures it's now safe to quit his job. "I'll wait for them to train a replacement," he said Monday. "Then I'm gone."
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January 24, 1994 | KEVIN RODERICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is a strange feeling to have your hometown suddenly become known around the world after a lifetime of undeserved obscurity. By my reckoning, Northridge has been famous only twice before. In 1969 the most raucous rock concert ever held in Los Angeles raged for three long days and nights at Devonshire Downs, the old horse racing track and fairgrounds. It was a lot more fun than the earthquake.
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