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Olympic Money Surplus #535013

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 20, 1984
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(Studio) Claims to shares of surplus money left from Olympics reported.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Los Angeles, California) Questions with regard to why surplus was not anticipated mentioned. [Olympic spokesperson Peter UEBERROTH - comments.] Barebones budget of Olympic Committee's operation recalled; films shown. Bonuses given former LAOOC president Peter Ueberroth and vice-pres. Harry Usher stated. No consideration said given to retroactive payment for vols. [Olympic Organizing Committee spokesperson Paul ZIFFREN - comments.] [Olympic vol. Madeline DeANTONIO - comments.] Committee's decision to pay expenses of participants incurred in United States noted; dissatisfaction of some poor ntns. stated. [New Guinea spokesperson Benagi LOHIA - comments.] [Los Angeles area rapid transit official Nick PATSAOURAS - says money being sent abroad belongs to citizens of Los Angeles.] Other plans for money said to be for youth sports program and for training of United States Olympic teams.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Brokaw, Tom;
Oliver, Don

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