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Lake Placid Olympics / Budget Deficit #270432

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 11, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to deficit in budget of Winter Olympics introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Lake Placid, New York) [President of Lake Placid Olympic Committee Reverend Bernard FELL - cites size of deficit.] Much of deficit said blamed on campaign to boycott Moscow Olympics. [Olympic contractor Frank CAMPITO - says if he is not paid by committee he could go bankrupt.] [Contractors' Association spokesperson Paul RICHARDS - explains why They can't sue the Olympic committee ] [New York cong. Samuel STRATTON - says not all of money Congress authorized for Olympics has been spent. Carter administration recommendation said expected tomorrow.
REPORTER: Mitchell Krauss

Dean, Morton;
Krauss, Mitchell

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