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Summer Olympics #298408

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 30, 1984
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(Studio) Ed Etzel reported winning gold in shooting competition at summer Olympics today.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Los Angeles, California) Lower-than-expected tourist business for Olympics examined. [Visitors and convention bureau spokesperson Tammy LAZER - blames negative media coverage of Los Angeles for lack of tourism.] [Landlord Frank WINGFIELD - expected to rent apts. and parking space.] [Disneyland spokesperson Al FLORES - projects worst summer season in two decades.] Exodus of city residents to avoid Olympic rush said hurting business community as well. [Restaurant owner Marva ANDERSON - describes lack of customers.] [Tom PARKINSON - explains last minute ticket purchases.]
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen

Bowen, Jerry;
Rather, Dan

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