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Lottery win prompts nod to charity

Laborer, 52, wants to 'do the right thing'

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / March 21, 2004

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Minutes after leaving his home Thursday morning to buy juice, 52-year-old laborer and lifelong Cambridge resident Clifford Turner learned from a convenience store clerk that he had won the biggest Mass Millions jackpot in state history, a windfall worth a staggering $50,343,315. (Full Article: 671 Words)

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