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Powerball Lottery #181437

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 30, 1998
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Westerville, Ohio: Jim Williams) The victory in the Powerball lottery by a group of 13 co-workers from Westerville, Ohio, featured; scenes shown of the media outside the factory and from the Indiana mini-mart that sold the ticket. [Winner John JARRELL, WTVN Radio Bob CONNER, lottery winners' attorney Laurence STURTZ, Richmond, IN, store clerk Debbie PERSON, winner's wife Sandy JARRELL - comment on the lottery.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The lottery money reviewed. [Florida salesman Leo BERGERON - reacts to winning 100,000.] [Three Greenwich, Connecticut, MEN - criticize the pandemonium over Powerball.]

Gibson, Charles;
Williams, Jim

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