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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 10, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Miami, Florida: Victoria Corderi) Opening of new lottery in Florida reported; details given, scenes shown from television ads for lottery. [Gaming industry analyst Saul LEONARD - discusses popularity of lotteries.] Methods of selling lottery to public detailed. [Florida lottery secretary Rebecca PAUL - says lottery will bring in some money to education system.] Fin. losses to California education system due to lottery outlined. [California superintendent of schools William HONIG - says lottery not stable source of money.] Forming of lottery clubs to pool fins. reported; scenes shown of winners of Pennsylvania lottery. television ad for Florida lottery shown.

Corderi, Victoria;
Spencer, Susan

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