Big Spin Appearances Deliver $115,000 in Cash Prizes to Two Southern California Mothers.
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The women immediately made it known that it would be their children who would benefit most from their lucky wins. Camilla Outlaw, a letter carrier from Pasadena netted a $75,000 windfall windfall
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Another big winner whose children are very important to her was Lidia Guzman of Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. . She uncovered Uncovered may refer to:
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Winner's Summary NAME CITY AMOUNT ---- ---- ------ Camila Outlaw Pasadena $ 75,000 Lidia Guzman Los Angeles $ 40,000 Tommisee Thomas Los Angeles $ 5,000 Gregory Sanchez Redding $ 4,000 George Smith Hawthorne $ 2,500 Debra Johnson Sacramento $ 2,000 Mario Gomez San Jose $ 2,000 Joselito Bello Daly City $ 1,750 Dorothy Bellone Hayward $ 1,750 Rigoberto Jimenez Maywood $ 1,750 Maxine Burney Manteca $ 1,750 TOTAL $137,500