Issue 104
September 2-8, 2002
Volume 3
page 4
   

 



Merle Haggard at theConcert Hall
Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, Mount Pleasant, MI
August 22, 2002
Tickets: $24
Call 800-585-3737 for more information

Ol' Blue Eyes
New Frontier Hotel Casino, Las Vegas, NV
Showtime: 5:30 PM
$29 dinner/show package

Lasting Impressions with Bill Acosta
Flamingo Hilton, Las Vegas, NV
$49.95 plus tax

O - A Cirque Du Soleil Production
Bellagio, Las Vegas, NV
Fridays - Tuesdays
Showtime: 7:30 pm & 11:00 PM
$93.50 - $121 plus tax


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SANTA ANA, CA - As reported by the Orange County Register, The newest millionaire on Bishop Street arrived home about 1 a.m. Friday, September 6 is still in shock.

Miguel Herrera had put a quarter into a slot machine in Laughlin, NV, on his 70th birthday 48 hours earlier. When the wheels stopped turning, he had $8.4 million -- reportedly the biggest payout ever for a 25-cent machine.

Now, he was sitting in the living room of his modest two-bedroom home as a steady stream of friends and family members - especially family members - stopped by.

Wife Josefina, seemingly immune to the fact that she had just jumped into a much higher tax bracket, continued to cook rice, chicken and beans for everyone expected to visit through the day.

But Herrera knew what he wanted to do with his sudden wealth.

For 24 years, he worked scrubbing dishes, emptying trash cans and mopping floors at two Santa Ana restaurants before retiring three years ago. Now, thanks to the pull of a lever, Herrera could buy his own. He plans to open a family-operated taqueria.

And family will be the operative word. Herrera has 10 children, 45 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. "I've always wanted a business that could involve the entire family," he said. "And restaurants are what I know best."

Providing for his family has always been his first priority, said Herrera. He worked as a dish washer in Santa Ana restaurants since he emigrated from Mexico with his family in the late 1970s..."

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