ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 05, 1984
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REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(New Orleans, Louisiana) New Orleans World's Fair's economy failure examined. [Governor Edwin EDWARDS - notes consequences for officials had venture been a public undertaking.] Cut in fair president Petr Spurney's salary mentioned; bad publicity for this fair said harming plans for Chicago world's fair at end of decade. [Chicago fair director Don. PETKUS - feels New Orleans has cast doubt on ability of United States to organization world's fairs.] Anticipated debt for Louisiana fair discussed.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy
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