The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 11, 1991 · Page 22
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 22

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K B-6MetrO THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday, October 1 1, 1991 Brisk sales expected for $15 million Ky. lottery jackpot were sold, Donaldson said. Shortly before the drawing, the lottery was recording sales at the rate of 9,000 plays per minute. The lottery has been competing with football, fairs and festivals for entertainment dollars, but Donaldson said officials expect the large jackpot to bring more players. And while there has been no Lotto Kentucky winner since a $4 million jackpot was won Aug. 31, word that a winning Lotto America ticket was sold in Louisville for Wednesday's drawing could also attract players' attention. Wednesday's Lotto Kentucky numbers were 10-13-14-22-37-40. a couple from Illinois. Huck and her husband, Bill, will receive 20 annual payments of $74,088 after taxes. She said she bought $5 worth of "quick-pick" plays Wednesday. "I don't play the lottery all the time. Yesterday, I decided to play since the Lotto Kentucky jackpot was at a record $12 million," Huck said. Despite record jackpots in recent Lotto Kentucky drawings, sales haven't reached the $6.2 million that a then-record $10 million jackpot in June delivered. Last week, when the jackpot was that much or more, sales totaled $4.27 million, the second-highest week. For Wednesday's drawing, $2.5 million worth of Lotto Kentucky tickets Meanwhile, a Kentucky woman who bought a winning ticket for Wednesday's Lotto America drawing said Thursday that some of her winnings will be used to protect injured and endangered birds of prey in Kentucky. Ann Huck, 52, of Fern Creek, a Louisville suburb, is a founder of Raptor Rehabilitation of Kentucky Inc. During a news conference in Louisville, Huck said she also will use some of her winnings to travel to Australia for a firsthand look at wildlife there. Huck, who splits a $3.9 million jackpot with another winner in Maine, is the first Kentuckian ever to win Lotto America. A winning ticket was bought in Kentucky last month and was claimed by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOUISVILLE Kentucky Lottery officials expect Kentuckians to turn out in high numbers for Saturday's Lotto Kentucky drawing which has a record $15 million jackpot. No one matched Wednesday's six numbers, so the jackpot jumped from $12 million, and lottery spokesman Greg Donaldson said a $10 million week of sales was expected. Donaldson said border retailers were the busiest. "All the other states on our borders have lotteries except Tennessee," he said. "But this week, the Indiana border is just as busy." $3.9 million shared by two DES MOINES, Iowa Lotto America tickets sold in Maine and Kentucky will share an estimated $3.9 million jackpot from Wednesday's drawing, lottery officials said. Sue Bilstad of the Multi-State Lottery Association said besides the two jackpot winners, 69 tickets matched five of the six numbers for an $842 prize and 3,495 matched four numbers for $39. Winning numbers were: 3-11-27-39-42-50. Kentucky Lottery officials said the winning ticket in Kentucky was sold in Louisville. Saturday's jackpot will be the minimum guaranteed $2 million. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Redistricting panel hears pleas mm warn MO COPE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FRANKFORT, Ky. - The legislative panel assigned to draw new congressional boundaries began hearing pleas Thursday for local consideration and heard a suggestion that the overriding concern should be a broader view. Three men from Northeastern Kentucky asked to be left in a district composed largely of mountainous, rural counties and not lumped in with the urban areas around Cincinnati. Russell Mayor Mac McGaughey said the Greenup County communi ty had little in common with Northern Kentucky. Of more concern, he said, the northeastern counties would "effectively lose any kind of political clout that we have." Kentucky is going to lose one of its seven congressional seats next year because of lagging population growth. The General Assembly's Subcommittee on Congressional Redistricting unveiled a proposal last month for the boundaries for six districts. A prominent feature is a district that follows the Ohio River from Oldham County to Boyd County. TOTInlPSE A i i vm vj.'.-r -lyi. EVERYONE WELCOME! GOD LOVES YOU GIVE YOUR THANKS ATTEND NOON MASS 12:10 DAILY NATIONAL HISTORICAL (1879) CONVENIENT FREE PARKING 940 SE SEDAN 740 TURBO SEDAN OR WAGON ST. 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