Steve joined Evelyn to sponsor this website in honor of their late mother, Belle, the author of Belle’s Notes and Belle’s Dream Diary.
This website, Lottery Numbers, is not a website for gamblers. It exists for entertainment only. No money for gambling is exchanged nor sought on this website for participating in gambling. We don’t collect or use visitors’ information for gambling. Viewers under 18 years of age are asked to have the permission of a parent or guardian before viewing this website.
The intent is to show those interested in how Belle’s fans, using methods seemingly indigenous to today’s logic, have been winning at the “Numbers” (now the state lottery) since the mid 1920s.
Truth and trust in converting VISIONS (dreams, mental pictures, ideas or revelations) using the sense of sight, hearing, touch, taste, smell and extrasensory perception to pursue dreams and to achieve goals for reality and the future has yet to evolve.
A vision of things to come often becomes reality when shared by two or more people.
Steve as a jazz flute player felt it honorable to gives special praise to musicians in jazz and blues, who he had an opportunity to perform with or listen to while in Europe, and America.
A very special congratulation must be given to Virgil Rodgers, trumpet, and his late, great brother, Ernie Rodgers, wind instrument master. Both have been my close friends since childhood.
The Rodgers are the founders of the Rapa House, once located at 96 E. Vernor, Highway near Woodward Avenue in Detroit Michigan. Virgil also foundered Rapa House West in California.
Both Rapa Houses were well-known after-hours sit-ins for amateur and professional musicians.
Thanks for your visit