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Monday, August 27, 2001
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Leaning against a tree trunk and shutting out other distractions, Allen Bell (left) relaxes
before a week of classes and drums with Jeff Macciomei in the quad. The weather was near perfect
in the late afternoon Sunday and drew many people out of doors.
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1 of 4 Lottery Winners Known
The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - A divorced
father who has just been laid off from
his job says he is one of four winners
of the $294.8 million Powerball jack
“1 was just stunned. I just praised God
and Jesus,” David Edwards, 46, told The
Daily Independent of Ashland, Ky., on
Kentucky Lottery officials would not
confirm the name but said it was a man
who talked to the lottery president by
phone on Sunday.
The man was expected to be in
Louisville by Monday, lottery
spokesman Rick Redman said.
Winning tickets were sold in New
Hampshire, Delaware and Minnesota,
but winners had not come forward in
those states Sunday.
Each winner will receive $73.7 mil
lion, or $2.9 million per year for 25
years as an annuity. The cash option is
good for $41.4 million before taxes.
Edwards said he bought the winning
ticket Saturday night at Clark’s Pump N
Shop - where lottery officials confirmed
the ticket was validated - near Ashland,
Israelis Retaliate; Kill 1, Injure 18
Some of the warplanes and
helicopters and at least one
bomb used in the attack
were made in the U.S.
The Associated Press
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Using
U.S.-made aircraft and at least one
bomb with U.S. markings, Israeli forces
blasted Palestinian police structures in
the Gaza Strip and West Bank on
Sunday, responding to the killings of
five Israelis a day earlier.
A Palestinian policeman was killed
and 18 people injured when F-16 and F
-15 warplanes dropped bombs on
Palestinian police headquarters in Gaza
City, Dir al-Balah in southern Gaza and
in northeast Kentucky.
A spokesman for the store could
not immediately be reached for com
Edwards said he had recently been
laid off from his fiber optics job and was
in need of back surgery.
He said the apparent winning num
bers were chosen at random.
“Actually, I let the numbers pick me,"
Edwards said he purchased $8 worth
of chances - seven for himself and one
for his fiancee.
For his first four plays, he used birth
days and other significant numbers.
On his fifth one, he decided to try
“I said to myself, I’m •going to look at
the numbers, and the first ones that
come to mind, those are the ones I’m
gonna pick,” he said.
A call to Edwards’ home by The
Associated Press on Sunday revealed
that his phone had been disconnected.
The winning numbers drawn
Saturday night in Des Moines, lowa,
were 8-17-22-42-47, plus the Powerball
number of 21.
The jackpot for the game, played in
the Salfit village in the West Bank on
Sunday morning. In other violence
Sunday, another Palestinian and an
Israeli were also killed.
At a news conference, Palestinian
spokeswoman Han an Ashrawi charged
that “Israel is using American weapons
against human rights.”
Responding, Israeli Public Security
Minister Uzi Landau said, “I don’t have
to justify it It’s a clear move that you take
in order to respond to acts of terror.”
Israel usually targets Palestinian secu
rity installations in its retaliatory strikes
because it holds Palestinian leader
Yasser Arafat ultimately responsible for
attacks -on Israelis. Israel says Arafat’s
security forces do little to rein in the mil
itants, and sometimes participate in
attacks on Israelis.
The Palestinians blame Israel for the
violence, charging that its occupation of
the West Bank and Gaza Strip is the
cause, exacerbated by roadblocks and
travel restrictions there. The Palestinians
say their police and security are defend
ing themselves against Israeli aggression.
Now the Palestinians charge that the
United States is blatantly.iaking Israel’s
side in the conflict.
On Sunday, Palestinian police offi
cers inspected the ruins of the four-story
building in Gaza City that housed then
headquarters, showing reporters a green
metal fragment with yellow lettering
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was the second-highest b Powerball his
A group of factory workers in Ohia
split a $295.7 million prie in 1998.
The richest lottery prifc in U.S. his
tory was $363 million in he Big Game
jackpot, won last year by fro players in
Illinois and Michigan.
Delaware State Lottery oicials didn’t
plan to say until Monday Where that
state’s winning ticket was soil State law
allows the winner or winnerato remain
“Quite frankly, we have bad four
other Powerball jackpot whners in
Delaware and also multiple wtiners in
our local lottery, and we’ve neter been
able to release someone’s nane,” lot-,
tery director Wayne Lemon said
Minnesota Lottery officials wqi’t say
where their winner was sold unil the
owner is verified.
That shouldn’t take very long said
Minnesota Lottery research director
Don Feeney. “People can’t wait t* get
that ticket out of their hands,” he sad.
The odds of winning the Poweball
are one in 80 million.
that said “for use on M-84” - referring
to a one-ton bomb that, according to the
Pentagon’s Web site, can be fitted with a
laser guiding device and carried by the
U.S.-made warplanes used in the raids.:
The Israeli military said only that the
bomb was not anew type and has been
used before. The U.S. Air Force
dropped thousands of M-84 bombs on
Iraq in the 1991 Gulf War.
U.S.-made Israeli attack helicopters
hovered near Arafat’s headquarters dur
ing the air strike, but they did not open
fire. Returning to Gaza on Sunday after a
trip to Asia, Arafat briefly toured a police
structure that was shelled by Israeli tanks
in Rafah, near the Egyptian border.
Asked Sunday about the legality of
Israel’s use of U.S. weapons against the
Palestinians, a State Department official
expressed opposition to use of heavy
weapons in urban areas, where the risk
of casualties is high. Speaking on condi
tion of anonymity, she said the State
Department monitors the use of U.S.
weapons to ensure they are used accord
ing to the terms of transfer under
The law requires U.S. weapons to be
used for security and self-defense.
Israel’s rivals have complained often
about its use of American-made
weapons, but the United States has not
made a legal issue of the matter, prefer
ring to deal with it on the political level.