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the at small leaks Company out into plant bul the atmosphere Niles Man $5,000 Winner In Second-Chancfe Lottery A Niles man who plans to retire retire in August has been named one of the winners of $5,000 in a recent second-chance drawing of the Michigan Lottery. Irvin 0. Roebeck, of 816 Burns street, Niles, said he plans to retire in August from his job as a boiler fireman for the French Paper Co. Roebcck is 64. Also winning $5,000 wcr"e Lillie Lawson, of Detroit, and Mildred Groth, of Southticld. In this week's superdrawing to be hÂ«ld Thursday in Saginaw, 10 persons will split $430,000 in prize money in the State Lottery's Lottery's 76th weekly superdraw- ing. The drawing will be held at 9:45 a.m. in the Fashion Square Mall in Saginaw. The contestants -- one of whom will receive $2(10,000 -include -include Walter J. Tnckman, :!2, of Bay City, a supervisor al Bay City Chevrolet; Irene A . Johnston, Johnston, 60, of Saginaw, a housewife; and Harry G. Demmers, 38, of Wcslland, a service repairman with Rockwell International in Detroit. Diners arc Prince C. Knowles, 39, of Detroit, a barber; Henry J. Stawccki, 63, of Southgate; Baline L. Pearson, 31, of Muskegon, a serviceman with Pool Value Supply ill Muskcgon, and Peter J. Fudurich, 53, of East Chicago, Ind., an X-ray technician with Union Tank Car Co. who has been on strike for over five weeks. Also included are Robert Cook, 32, of Detroit, a dog groomer with RS Enterprises; Richard A. Gabrielson, 42, of Detroit, a setup man at Kelsey- Hayes in Romulus, and Willis Wilson, 02, of Detroit, a self- employed plumber. First-week winners of $500 each in the special May bonus were Charles E. Anklam II of Saginaw, Clarence I. Bathurst of Roseville, Paul W. Brecht of Hazel Park, and William G. Crowe of Brighton. Others are Theodor Dittcnber of Royal Oak, Darrell D. Forlner of Eric, Lois A. Kciser of Muskegon, and Bruno Keller of St. Clair Shores. Included are George W. Lacewcll of Detroit, Genevieve H. Muraca of Dearborn, James Nyx Jr. of Detroit, Donna C. Polasek of Auburn Heights, and James Rykerl of Howard City. Finishing the list are William E. Kzeszut of Warren, Frank Sierawski of Lansing, Paul F. Stickley of Toledo, Ohio; Julianne E. Vagara of Snuth Bend, Ind.; Opal C. Watts of Garden City, ami Helen 0. Wohliubcn of Flint.