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Las Vegas / Gambling #84173

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 1983
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(Studio) Teamsters and operating engineers' strike in Las Vegas said center of labor- management dispute there; possibility that culinary union members will begin honoring picket line considered.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Las Vegas, NV) Impact of economy slump on gambling industry here examined; economy problems of Aladdin, Sands, Dunes and Riviera casinos detailed. Factors affecting city's slump listed. [Analyst Marvin B. ROFFMAN - notes long-term effect of Atlantic City, New Jersey, gambling on Las Vegas business.] Growth in Atlantic City gambling outlined on screen, compared to Las Vegas. [Atlantic City's Golden Nugget spokesperson Shannon BYBEE - notes proximity to market place.] Population density of each city's metropolitan region noted.
REPORTER: Tom Schell

Robinson, Max;
Schell, Tom

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